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

 - Class of 1978

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'tiling' L x K . N I v. 9' . ml ,r AHCI-IGN '78 ,- gnsuauunuulult , Y 'X ' ' JW.,-.J .. V. -V-U.-l-M -,.. ., .mf Nix' " ' K ., 1 " ., , A ,. ,. N 0 VLH H Lgh Ez1minghamjVla55achu5eiLs 1 . K Cxwg 1"-w. , 3' ff' Co-Editor: Elizabeth Perry Senior Section by: Karen Tricca - Editor Charlene Fradette Laurie Maxwell Features and Activities: Sue Himml - Editor Wendy Newman Karen Feintuck Evelyn Tilger Rhonda King Business handled by: Andrea Lesser - Mgr. Nancy Lowe Diana Cobb Cheryl Handlin Dean Flose Michelle Sutton Carol Latshaw Janet Latshaw Sharon Brody Wendy Spivak Eileen Engleman Anne Sidlo Joanne Gerding Sandy Nelson Judy Church "im," Y' I 978 ARCHON STAFF Co-Editor: Kevin Healy Biography and Verse by: Donna Culgin - Editor Teri Sulkin Heidi Duncanson Merrilee Anzalone Durinda Matook Liz Varga Lynn Gately Shari Freedman Mary McNichol Judi Fournier Mary Ellen Ramunni Mary Flamsbottom Beth Quinlan Lynn Hamler Kim McDonnell Aileen Hamilton Colleen Manning Lisa Finer Student Photographers: Cindy Rubin Vicki Knepp Gary Geller Advisor: Mr. Dussault Cover Design by: Joe DeAngeIis Assistant Editor: Denise Au be Faculty by: Sue Grudzinski - Editor Steve Marshall Joan Loughman Carol Drobnis Reflections by: Carla DeLuca - Editor Kathy Heffernan Pam D'Angelo Andrea Lesser Sports Section by: Amy Blitz - Co-Editor Geoff Brown - Co-Editor Liz Knight Anne Turskey Terry Hanlon Kim Gaudet Artwork by: Eric Hard Tracey Glick Tom Kilbridge Chris Eads Joe DeAngelis Sue Lurier Anne Sobol CDNTE NTS FACULTY ........ PG. IG SENIORS ........ PG. 42 FEATURES AND ........ PG. I IO ACTIVITIES SPORTS ....... PG. I56 BUSINESS AND ........ PG. 192 ADVERTISING REFLECTIDNS . . . PG. Q08 f 1 -'lwaqxx ded ' i ' ca ' tion Cded'a ' ka'shen,-i-D n.' 1. a dedicating or being dedicated. 2. an inscription in a book, poem, etc., ' . dedicating it to a friend or patron. -ded 'i ' ca ' tory C-ka-t6r'i, - rr " , 1 ' to rib, adj. Someone who is special holds a lasting place in one's heart. Theg are there in good times and in bad. Theg care. they listen, and they are a true friend. To us. Mr. Flgnn was just this. He was not onlg respected. but also "one of the gang." It is because of all these qualities that we dedicate our 1978 Archon to gou. MR. DAVID L. FLYNN. 4 Q i Mrs. Merchani. gou have been wiih our class from ihe beginning. and deserve mang thanks for gcur paiience. kindness. and dedica- Hon. 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' Mom new r,ych..W, X , A ,I ffl' we 'RIN 1 ,,,,,,,, K "" """'s--+e I Q 'S S - 67270- Q?H,+x 'jp .-, X 'L ,,.,,x 5 -A Cf. 1 l 'X Q5 wg W x I I X-N if x.. fbv If , X . A YE as H I .pf FN, """S. X...f ,aff-LQ' . X 1 ' Q5-X xx 761' it XXX C ,X M X -yk x' .X.,,.'k X . x 'NE '4 'f' 1, X J 1 K fm, iff KV I rx, I 4 Y , I , 5 ,l , fi I! J - 1 4- , W ,yi 0 xr! Q ' mi... A-f' La ""' 'X1 p f E5 1 fl-T.-I ' A QI 4 ' KJ , W ' 1 1 e1 1' di 12 'F n, ' -2- S 'gffzz 5, L.. ,J 1 J 1- 1 1 1-L1-'-1 1 UQC-161 ,Q 1051.031 51? .,, wa 5 7' ELOCXTY Effflj 31 MPH ggi: QNE Zifo 1 t of F -1449- Slil 1- i Qi f A , 'n1.oa1 ' -n - - if Y - Y , V4 -ag up 1 i gl.. 2. C. Q 41- . .-. -- Q -- qu . o 1 8 X 111 ,1 W EW L-4.4 H 14 'Y' , 1l1 1 1, '11 11. .L Qf r MESSAGE FOR THE CLASS OF 1978 Your involvement in North High has been most impressive. I shall not list the many contri- butions of your class to our school and our community. Rather, I would comment on your influ- ence on others at North High. As frosh you were a desperate lot. As seniors you are as one. You have created a new sense of pride in accomplishment, pride in self, and, most of all, pride in our school. As a group, you have motivated the entire student body to become involved in their school and in their education. As a group, you have earned the admiration of your teachers and the respect of your community. Although individual honors abound, what more could we ask from the Class of '78? You are the symbol of the return to a more precise education, a symbol of creativity within a given framework, a symbol of involvement, without demonstration, a symbol of what secondary education should be. l feel confident that your experience at North, your involvement in our programs, and your collective desire to be the best will be a lifelong asset to you. Your secondary school experience is but transient as you pursue larger, more important goals. However, that your years with us were brief does not negate the tremendous impact you have had on our school. I appreciate all you have contributed. l'm sure you will continue to represent our school as you grow and suc- ceed. Your faculty and administration are proud to have worked with you. My best wishes for contin- ued success. 'ren .,,., ,W . -fp .,. M d.,sl""" TSR ,ff X Aljhifflff ADMINISTRATIDN I"- .,, X --,O-.J ,Aa "Wx sX,,f""' jlxw. 'dnb wi 40-ni QB., x.J ' 1 fi i .3 f, -V N x I Mrs. Virginia Maerpen 2511 woRK STU DY l xvbll U ,. ' l T KEN' N frhdmaffrair 1, ' .s . I . , ,kia , ll X T . ff ,. . , Tfnl T W 1 I . 5 "5 . . E "-3, . 5, I 'Q 4 T 1" , Q, T . '.,"2 E E MF z L , L "'A 1 ' Y ',f .. 1, L , V, .N I .' I - . ., 1 1 ' g,, ' . Q 'W-fri..-ff QI E . . ' P' ,r', 'Tr-1 . , -Jga 'Q "2 , gal ' ' 21- . ' f 43 INDEPENDENT LEARNING CENTER . Q 4.113 W Mrs. HeIenC tgbu V f 4 X 1, IIR, 'f-ws. IX i Ms. Betty ll EAEQY X Y Mrs. Jarfifpnt X" L ish ZX 3.2 h Y in nvggiggqarglgerize Mullen f U 1 CAF CUSTGDIANS l McGlIIlvray ,, -3 STAFF Front, L-R: C. Lewis, V. O'DonnelI, H. Sydell, L. Hayden, D. St. John, V. Kurk, Fl. Nleslte, J. Feldhouse. Back, L-R: T. More rissey, H. Travis, G. Dunham, IVI. Jewell, C Drowm Nl Bullock L-R: C. Hartland, Y. Bent, J. Whyte, L. Hayden. Mr. Robert MYS- 'fx ,QP 'O-4. X e gf- Mr. John McGrath Miss Kathleen Whalen 24 5lf"N2, 7? Mlss SallytMenkel, School Adjustment Counselor 'ff' V . 1 , r. o eag risis Counseal XX 'J 'A Bever'lyfMa MQ. C Ofc' . .1 'I 5 . Secfefbryj " Q A u 0 'QCD Mr. John MacLoed il Mrs. Cynthia Glavef Career Information Center I I w YWSI 1-.'1 3 - - 1 5 5 FOREIGN LANGUAGE 5 - 'Y-. l N 'Yi 1 ., . 2 M , 32 A Q Mr. Paul Hayes, Dept. H G ' 'Q A 'Tv' 1 I 5 2 ififg ' 'X ,H i 'S iss iivp , - 9 ff , 3 41 ? f f ' G G. af N xi Z ' 4. 4. V f . ,g -Q I v, 5 i ,lvl lCaro Gaiym . X G 1 MsfEyntl'Tia f Kawai ,,.,,, l , H 4 nf' 5 ,,., F4 f Y M , ' ' . ' "" '--... , -1 A A 4, f , X lag, 4 . de? 1' 05 v A 4 I vrwv, ' I S7 , W Carole 4,4 DEPARTMENT lv V " 1z'43,'-Q ..,, . 1 Y X 4: I .. . " It M., . ., 1-A :A 3.16 - V 'Q f,Av . . 1 'WF 'f 'f'v':.'-f. . vCU.i,7'1.,, uf K l?lu. yi U CK'- A Miss f iq' ' Q og.'Q.f' .o h , 2 .w'g3ff"' Wun I1 I rr u 'vo'.um-m-bnnaumy Mrs 2 ui., Mrs. , 'K MATH 'i sz: f -. I rf I. , ,.a' - x' , f 9 of Y , y fQi ,l: , ' ' 5 li S 2 Andre, Dept. Head Mr. Angelo DiDomenico 'sf',"+'Zf H F hx 'W xi. ' 1 r" ' W, A nw J f li L 5 , ,V . S Mrs. Louise ' -V I' r v 4 iv Mr. Leonard Conlon Mr Walter Gowey U, L 'fc- X X x Roos -a,l'. ix Mr. Joseph H' l 1" on Mr. George Fargo ,ffNe Mr. James Quinn DEPARTMENT , YL, .K. - .I J .X 'x 'F ,, - Mrs.Honora Monaghan H I X x K, . se: U . A lllll llll ljlll IH IH lwll 153 Mr. Paul Welcome 4 'TT--, g I 4. X ? 'I Mrs. Aileen Quigley x -H 1, 10. I i f 5 lvlk. Russell Merrill J i 4 A iff, if 'Zan QQ Falco i """" J Mr. Joseph Antonioli -I i I 1. U Mlsiqgdward- Acci y , W, , L - Q 24 Hanke DEPARTMENT , 4 4. jp-11 rf 1 FIJI ' ' 1. P, 9 , . , ? 2" my 31 + 'xr -F 2' , ,X X. Mass Mary ff H5 , if Mr. Harold Coyle I., 4 LI ll -4 l,. U I., 4 I 'F "tune, . vo.,, ,n,. ' 1 " 'ln 1 1::ax,.. . my- .,, ar fav A, ux "fA,,,,,' "' L Y' a A , qi, Mrs. A. Dorothy Hayes ' 0 iz ful.. I "fo vw, Il ' ' 1 u"a':,o"'h nl gl I la' ':nl': :I Hunt' ., I ' .:,l lA.lg .ol " , 0 IO' 1 9 0 I" 1' ' , O' '::1"':u"'f'lf5'O'a NH' '.ll.hU'l'l' A :,l"'n'.l:e' ,al 'O .5 'l I' 1 I,al .0 n ,Q ,oc '.::f',a ,alU.o.,'.. ltgi 1,u' aan 1 la I X r O 'o.'.'.!s l U' l . 'lzu' 1' '::0"0 xii.: ,,al'0.l Q14 I "0 'Ili James 'Q Q--4' L. V 1 P, . C 5 Qf '45 L' f Q. 5 1' r ' -' .-'K , , sb 'M ' . ,Ya ,. f , 3 Q , . v 1. 1193, :g.pzrfl' i,,'- D 4, 5... ,v .,-e 9" 2, pa. nf- flii 1"+ ,X . .' - Q in 414444 Dargan MI' David Beard BUSINESS DEPARTMENT JLILH S gm Mr. Dominic Dept. Head, la A ' an , fun A' Mrs. Grace Spita , MY- fePhen Ge0"99 ? 'x..!! X X ' f S xx V A U, ANN HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT - f vui--...r 'vrrwuvn-Q.:-r ' PNY , x.,,,,,. 'Y ,ff-2, Helen Fitzgerald I Mrs. Wanda Driscoll NH Mrs. Janice Ellot X Mrs. Denise Gallagher ,aj 'UN we , Mr. Reno Cervassi ' i'. John Reyholdshklib Nlr. Pau? Kosky Mr. John Capuano Nlr. Robert Wilson TH'l'MSl 'A 'VU' If """ ' ,fU5, 'Mfl' , . ,I,.a E , 1 , Q x 1 tu D fi 9 , 1 f ' . V ' 5 fx ' .- I X ' I v ,,. 9 l 38 Mr. Peter Houmere hug-Z1 E, Y . Jgai Mlizawfb B Mr. Martin Kornguth ART , 39 I PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Cynthia Bingham 4, 4 . Miss Pamela Jezukawicz ali'- 1-ill Mr. Vincent Caputo 'JN ,af Mr. Ralph Martino Teacher of the Year: Mr. Hanke 1 I I, I TELQXGGUEEB OF THE YEZEML3 I977 I9 8 The first annual "Teacher of the Year" award was received by Mr. Bernard Hanke of the science department. He was nominated by the students for his dedication to both his work and his students. Mr. Stanley Wade and Mr. James Quinn both received honorable mention. The award was sponsored by the Student Council. X 9 r .Ll , 4 ' I" .fr Honorable mention Mr. Wade and Mr. Quinn 'E 'Q 5 Q Q ,fx , . , 'uw A fb . , 6. f '-Y, nw, 'f W K 'Z 9 0 sb L 5 f 1 4 U I , 1 Q , sr 5. I ' M' "' ,,, 5 V .fp I '04 -' Q. 'ni 6 zu V 1 ,V, . , - 1 1,-..-f - - , 4- -.... s ,, Q' 5 1 ' ' - ff 'P Q if A Q 1 4. 3 " N ,Q Qgn A X 'fs br. ,- HY 9 1-' , 'a,' X Gif I A 11" X A , 'S 4 o. Z . of-, 1 , ' 91 ,. - "4- 'ii W, f' .Q F IU' I' 3:7 1 5 ,Q I JI...- 2354911 fl 9 lu? 4 Q I .Y . G H4 p3 '5- 'Fx U. Q K 'Vu nga. 4 WU' ,pu Qi. A51 ,, , Hifi .ffffl f' , 'UL 4,7 W W Y' iff 3 vi 4 R "" A at A lg. 2, '4' I le 1 .- ' ' rar .f1 4" A fy 'ff' 'H 1 , f lf-lv, , ' W . V 1 5 WY E F, f' v,',,,eVy--fs F gl' x ' ' 4 Q 14, . ,gf t W ' 1 ..,ff.4.. "',g"" 'V 5 . A, W Q l Y X , ,Jw 5, U l I i :- 14 Thomas Abel "You only live once, so go for broke." Darlene Rene Arnold Kim Jeanne Atwell Rose Marie Alongi Roey "The most wasted day of all is that in which you don't smile." Memories - Horseback riding, good times at Geils concert, mem- ories of K.M., L.C., and the casino. 459 mDbpvv "A dreamer lives forever." Memories - Hiram Rd., with friends H.L., D.B., D.E., M.B,, and T.B., Pennsy and parties, with friends and B.l.'s socks, Dip and Kimba at swings at 12:45, Robbie and problems, weekends with HL., Main Street and cruisin', the Island, my Fairlane TL Rebecca Lee Albright Becky "I am a voice crying aloud in the wilderness, make the Lord's high- way straight." Memories - Missouri, 375, cru- saders, Jeep, biking to Natick, PTL, white mts., meatball grin- ders, a new nephew. Robin Flob "Those that hold on to broken dreams often get cut by their sharp edges." Memories - "Hey Maureen, I found them!", Memories of "Barry B," always being hungry and our table, December 6th, '75 and oh those Friday nights at SW, See ya later B.L. - I-2-3 forever! Gina Marie Alongi Gina "One more tree will fall how strong the vine, one more time to live and I have made it mine." Memories - Leaving school early, memories of K.M., L.C., and SP., good times down Falmouth and Nantasket. .Pa . Anthony Antonucci Tony "Life is like the flashbulb in the camera of time." Merrilee Rose Anzalone "Keep on smiling, people will wonder what you've been up to!" Memories - Chooch, Bagged at the Bridge, PBJ contest, Hey Peb- blesl, What Rockeyl, Mt. Washing- ton '75,' Pico, skiing, "What, you think my mind is like a tape recorder?", Florence, Italy, cock- tails in the snow, Surprise! Ist Keg. David Anderson "He who considers too much will perform little." Memories - F.F., S.F., D.T., P.D., milk cartons, Henry James Esquire III, job hunting, my best friend Mary Jane, Nights with Nick, Androcolies, old Chevys never die, P.A., L.G.S.T.O., UmRight "I wear my hat as l please, indoors and out." Memories - Speed thinking, Bubbles - C.B., Miss L., Spanish II, Rhode Island with H.D., first dance Sept. 77, work, breaking into my own car, summer '75, '76, '77, twin - B.F. l iv! , I Denise Marie Aube "I am a mystery to myself - always changing, always holding back something of myself, always searching for who I am" Memories - 7:30 a.m., horn at Lowther Rd., Old Connecticut Path in subzero weather, Denise 121 Wendi Jill Barker The moment may only be tempo rary but the memory lasts for ever Memories B M summer of 77 Pina Coladas Railroad Tracks Burger King and Friend ly s the Yellow table Shortcuts Roger O Barton Rog We are only young once that is all society can stand Memories Bump and Run June 10 New Mexico Mono Headstands Parties Lochar Steven M, Barbash Steve "Know the true value of lifeg snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it." Memories - "What was he doing in the Science Office during lunch period?" C.C. 24 11:11 ocean- ography field trips Uncle Dick 4 1',t Lisa Dawn Baron ee Myfuture only holds those who live laugh and love Memories Eclipse Panto mime Eagles 76 Summer 77 Let me thunk Ho Ho' Scott Bardsley "Fortune's not a kingdom, fame can claim your soul, hang onto your freedom and never let it go." Memories - Sundown, the Cape, Saxonville in-f' 4-W' Paul Barton Life itself can t give you joy unless you really will it Life just gives you time and space it s up to you tofill it 'Z' ll 'YYQ Robert F. Banker "Any man more right than his neighbors constitutes a maiority of one" ix Memories - signs, Camaro, Tony Sap, C,S.N,, The Science Office Window? New Hampshire, a world record in the S.R. Leon's fence, field trips, it's in the bag, put it under the tree. 'ill' Kathleen Barnicle i As you push off from the shore wont you turn your head once more For those who choose to stay will live gust one more day to do the things they should have done Memories The Farm Sum mer of 76 N H and the one lll always be with G H David Bater Dave You might as well have fun now because life s too short to wait 5 , 1 " - Kd y , , ' . ., . ' it iv ' ' " ' ' ' I I if ' l 1 ' V , V -4 ' if 1 - . i . , - ., . . . i f i - - ' - A Q I t . . l , H L II ' ' V ' ' I l Al I V X . i I rv V 1 . ' , . . " 1 - - . , t x . . . M.F. . . . ' ' . . , ... . L' 1 g I , ' 4 y , l X Al ' AA ' , , ' VV ' V ' lv Cynthia Batey Cindi "Happy thoughts of good times past make memories that last and last." Memories - Summer of '76' and '77' in Dennisport . . . Cruisin' . . . The Belmont T.B .... Flo- rida. . .goat'77' Debra Bernstein Debbie "Better by far you should forget and be happy than remember and besadf' Memories - The Family, "Catch me, Jo, l'm falling," summer. T,G.l.F., PRD., P.M.D., good times with good friends 46 Iii. Mark Batzer "Do what you want, but do what you want to do first." div' Qian- Diane Baum "A little spice and a lot of nice, that's what friendship is made of." Memories - Let's party . . . Memories of D.A .... S.F. and green m8tm's stables, Hello Betty bowling l Adrienne B. Beck uAu "lt seems like the end Robert Berryman Billy Climb high, climb far, your goal the sky, your aim the star. Memories - I came to this school in the dark. You showed me, you helped me make it through the years. Thank you, Mrs. Hull. but it's only the begin- ning." Memories - quiet and individualistic . . . pro- ject B.R.Y.G.H.T .... who erased Disco Duck? . . . so close in court . . . 8 items or less . . . driving lessons . . . orientation to graduation ,Qfx William Edward Gerald Bilsky Iceman "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Memories - MFG, variety show cast parties, football, games, ice cubes, In the mood, Hudson, "I thought you had the match!" Monty Python, I- 107 crew 1 I t , Luanne Jane Bell "Don't take anything for granted, enjoy what you have while you have it, because there's no guar- antee it will always be.". Memories - summer of '75,' water skiing, not againl, F GirI's Room and the crew, what wasted times, cruising, partying, N.H., gxgellent times in NJXNY with Joseph Anthony Bird Joe "Do not look back at what you haven't done, but look forward at what you are going to do." Memories - Sept. 24, 76, Oct. 14, 78, Cove at 8iOO, Nose gang, S.D,, MT. and RB, I Q N 1 ,1 TT' Roseanne Bird Roe "Love someone for what they are not for what you expect them to be." Memories - Bermuda, good times with D.S., S.B., Betsy, oranges, W.P. basic 5 varnums, good times with friends, D.M., M.T., S.M., competition 2nd place, S.V., D.S. Amy E. Blitz Amy "And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb." Memories - fireside chats, soc- cer with T.S. and M.A., j.b. man, "heavenly hash," late-night sled rides, c.g. greenies, no knee warmers, Yo? Ann Marie Bonvini Ann "Sometimes . . . I wish I were a child again, skinned knees are easier to mend than broken dreams." Memories - Aqueduct, S.A.Y., B.U.Fi.Fl. and T.B., Tonights the night, Flips, Hoover Vac, Magic Man, "where is it?" l Martha Ann Bridge "The best time to be happy is -im Donald C. Borer "We must as second best . . . take the least of the evils." Memories -- 4 am, Westgate, Harley-Davidson, Cape Cod, B.M.'s capri! M.G.H. and the lungs, riding like the wind 'tbl Qxwv' qilv an l A l Todd Bradley Donna Marie Braithwaite Dee "The great thing is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are going." Memories - summer of 76, sweet sixteen, M.A., the gang, Mrs. Hull . . . easy always today" Memories: March 30th, The Big H, the Capri and the Bonneville, the parties, good times with spe- cial friends. f 11 sl , Andrew Briggs Andy "There is no security on the earth, there is only opportunity." ,FS Judith Hope Briss Judy "Be not afraid of life, believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact." Memories - Good times with P.D., May 6, 1977 Eagles!Fleet- wood Mac, "76," S.L., QUIT! ho ho, popcorn, volleyball with the boys, W.F.R., L.V. 47 Jeffrey I. Brodie Jeff "When fortunes fickle faithful friends are found." Memories - Shining bus ride from Needham, Competitive Plays bologna, Elijah Rock. Ann Charlotte Bruning Annie "Love doesn't make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile." Memories - fond memories of BP., "Wheelers," New Year's Eve - J.V., J.H., LS. 48 Sharon Ruth Brody "A smile is a gift you can give to everyone" Memories - Jr. Variety Show, bubble yum, Pink Panther, Lake Cochituate, Nantasket, parties at Merrilee's, 5 feet tall, the back yard. . .SRB QTY' "-f John S. Bubello Dr. Bombay "In the end we'Il agree, we'Il accept, we'll immortalizef' Memories - Cruising in the star- ship, The Mighty Furvog, The Stooges, Zappa-77, Hendrix. 'mg Maureen Ellen Brown Michael David Brooks Mike "Think how easy life would be if it was all play and no work." "You don't know what you've got until it's gone." Billie Beth Buchanan Billie "lf you love something set it free, if it comes back to you it's yours, if it doesn't it never was." Memories - summer of 75, 76, Masumi, brown-vette, 13, l'm sorry! deep, but I have promises to and miles to run before I sleep. Q-...dl l Geoffrey F. Brown . Geoff l "Every man is my superior ini some way. In that, l learn of him." Memories - Hiking the AT. ll l ll ll i i i ll Ii ' i lf l l i l l i l i l i David William Buckman Bucky The road ahead is dark a Douglas Buckminster Doug "Today most men recognize not wh is respectable but what is E -f. - oranges, physics Y Latin, you can go home now G ove Street, N.H., B.B., L.T. more napkins please, Leons, typ ing, whipped, football at Oakvale Friday night at the fights, Mr ud, the beach. Sharon Denise Byrd Sheri - To J. R. I leave you four steps of my patience sixteen more to catch up with 9, rest of the world . . . Asy- lll , . . Dedicated to SMGBW, atever happened, my back seat onl leaks a little, Bonnie Bumpus "Table Scribbler" "l would rather sit on a pump- kin and have it all to myself than be crowded on a velvet cushion." Memories - Good-bye wabbit and Legal Beagle, Good-bye Leslie and Mar. Remember Boston and Florida? Gregg James Bush 'Planning ahead" t'ln the future we may meet the good and the bad" 'V Sheila Burke "The most wasted of days is that in which one has not laughed." Memories - Cape "77," , . . wipe-out at Bromley . . . T.C,, Come to my Locker . . . Do walk- walk. , .ls he working?. . , WA. Scrub?, . . Flicks . 4 . Police raid at the red house. Memories CYO, The Cape Carole Ann Burkis "Life is a long road, keep traveling in the rightdirection. Memories - Friday night malls, Summer of 77, good times in Maine. John William cabrai Sean ENC Ca"aQha'l JW Clint "Life passes by so fast, the least "Wham 3" this 'hen' Amen?" you can dois enyoythetripf' Memories - LSSAH - airborns Memories - the 77 football - "The m'55'e M00d'e5f Bea' team, 1142, OH, all those tape 'les' E'T'C-'P-B jobs with A.A.C., J.T.'s, before Thanksgiving, that Hyannis trip. Mary A, Callanan "Do what you want, there is always a way in this life. You've been given. Don't give any of it away." Memories - Good times with M.P., S.S., Yellow Submarine, W.P. basic 5, eggplant, Betsy, April Fools, apartment. 49 Deborah Candis Debbie i'Don't stop thinking about tomor- row" Memories - Summers on Cape Cod 3 xi it Susan Carter Sue 'lTo have friends is to have every- thing." Memories -June 10, the Elenas, Get-a-ways in ILDMD toe, Chinese Fire Drills, Frick, D.C.'s cakes, Ski- ing in Vermont, Friehoffers, the Baldies, B. Parties, Prom '77 Christopher C. Chisholm The Chiz "Il I cannot do great things, I can do small ones in great ways." Memories - Memories of AH., Football games at PR , TMECC 1, 2, 3, 4, . . F27Z52, Lost at 20, Gone in 70 50 Randy L. Carp Randy "What you are is God's gift to you, what you make of yourself is your gift to God." Memories - Memories of the Summer of '75' and '77,' Parties at R.W,'s, The Natick Prom, the Cape, "anything good to eat?" H.N,I. and the Mack I. Caldors, "cruisin' for a bruisin," the red punto Betsy Chamberlain Rughead Memories - Mellons!!! . . . CYO . . .Pink Floyd. . .Sax. . .Crui- sin' in the Sports Coupe. . . Twitchy . . . Pimps Malibu . . . N.E,N.. . ,hoova!. . .the 3 J's , , . Conehead! PARTY, Montreal '77' . . ,NibIet. . .Does a chicken have Iips?! Kathy Carter Carter Memories - Old Orchard Beach, Summer of 73, F girls, Switzer- land, Yes with B.S., the alley, Crui- sin' with N.C. and A.R. Denise Chapnik Deni "Life is for living, not just for existing." Memories - Deni-Taxi . . . wheelers . . . Asylum. Heyu Boy . . . Memories of D.D., J.E., R.F. SS., ant Reading and wakefield gangs, concerts . . . Dreamer . . . "Tie your mother Down" . , .ouiia lb vm-1 Steven Cantor " . . . And your wise men don't know how it feels to be - 'Thick as a brick'." Memories - Founders of the L.S.L.B.F.C., Intellectual-Heads ...U.S.Y.. . .Vimy. . .TheT- Bird and getting small, Senior Competitive Play, . . 19 hours on EI-AI . . . Hey, let's go to the Place. Karen Catani Casey "And the sound we make together is the music to the story in your eyes," lt's lust one of those things, wright! Memories - Doing my own thing S,W., My Ninety-eight Olds, Inde- pendent K.C. Deborah Chiverton Debbi "Our good times have passed, but their memories remain, keep them within heart forever and never forget the joys that were once ours." Memories - CWheeIer'sJ B.W, '27 Judith Church Judy "God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change , . .courage to change the things I can and wisdom to know the dif- ference." Memories - Florida with J.S., "We are green and we're beauti- ful", Lake Cochituate . . . "I said woow." "hey dude." - 67O.APU 5-J 411 f Denise Marie Cormier 'tDon't walk in front of me I may not follow, don't walk behind me I may not lead, iustwalk beside me and be my friend." Memories - Italy "77," Gela- ways in ILDMD, B parties, Chinese Fire Drills, the Elenas, no special time, the Baldies, Friehoffers, Oh My God, Cape Cod. Diana Marie Cobb You are you and I am I and if by chance we find each other it's beautiful. Memories - Michael, March ll, 1976, all the good times with my great friends, Jogging down B.P.'s driveway at dawn, What are you thinking about? Tracey Ann Colcord "Love doesn't make the world go round, love is what makes the ride worth while." Memories - DB-X8555, the list, popcorn fights, police raid at the red house, conflding in T,N. about J.Fi., Saturday night with J.N., M.C., J.D. and JW. Noreen Codyer The past, although remaining in the recesses of our lives, will also play a major role in the creation of ourfuture Memories - Pagoda, G.L., Kleats, weekends, W. Na fig??, 3O's 12t's, Duck, Mr. White's por- trait class, concerts, art awards, friends, walking in radioactive rain?? Shari Lyn Cooper Coop It's not the end, or even the begin- ning of the end, but perhaps the end of the beginning. Memories - L.D. 8t C.D., gym- nastic parties, ELO., summer of "77," circus, F.G.R. Thomas Clark Tom "Welcome my Son, welcome to the machine. Where have you beem, it's alright we know where you've been." Memories - FNBDA :tl The nut . .. New Year's at Johnson's. . .The Crook . . never burns . . Sul- Iy's 74. .Exams at Neals. . double sessions . . , frequently rolled Lennyl. . .V.C.F.O.. . . Paula Cohen . 3 Joseph Cosby 51 Patricia Cotto Rughead Memories - Blonaie, Nichole get under there, Conn., Wheelerz's, FGR, Good times, good friends, salisbury beach, Captain Puff, cruizin', Taz, partie. . . Michael Daboul "As a man thinketh in his heart, sous he." Memories - Good times, good friends. 52 Mary Jane Cournyn Janie "l'm on the inside looking outside, what do l see? Much confusion, disillusion all around me." Memories - F girls room, Maine, P.K., and the neigh- borhood i I Janice G. Cronin Jan "When everything becomes noth- ing that's when you begin to learn." Memories - TheCWaII Cynthia Ann Crossley Cindy "lf you wake up and don't want to smile, if it takes just a little while, open your eyes and look at the day, you'll see things in a different way." Memories - C.Y.Q's., ski club . . . blues, E.F.M.8tB., Killington at 4:00, Cape Cod, memo' ries of D.H. 4--' Donald Dadmun Don Memories - weekends, football games, the table, summer of '76,' Newport. Maureen Anne Daley "Sometimes . . . I wish I were a child again. Skinned knees are easier to mend than broken hearts," Memories: RS. 81 S.R., Follow that van! Dan 6-26-77, Lonesome Lake, N.H., Oh those Friday Nights at S.W., Rob, can you see them? Donna Culgin "Remember yesterday, Cheri: today, dream tomorrow." Memories - "The poke of it is the dynamic duo, Mish Mash Mai Captain Hook's bait, 4 O.W.'s L.B.V., a wine cooler? 8 4th stree D.S. and C.S. in Onset, "call n later." Jean Marie Dallamora "Miles from nowhere, guess take my time. Look up at ti mountains I have to climb jusl reach there." Memories - Paul, "Time Pas: on," "The Gang," Holiday li FRANKIE, Saturday nights alrig The"F." 1 E 'li u' T21 ..bzvisif9'-qw f I 'C'-"N--1 - ' 1. M? A. t . X Q L Bruce H Dalv Christopher L. Daly I went to the woods a greenhorn Chfis and Came OUT 3 woodsman Memories - The wrestling room Pamela Ann D'AngeIo Pam "My eyes are turned toward the . . Philadelphia, , ,theCaf, , , future, but I will not forget the BSL camps. times I leave behind." Walter F. Dawson lll Wally "You only live once in your life, so live each day to your ful- lest." Memories - Prom May 68i7, 1977, skiing 76 81 77, Farm P ...BurrSt.. . .LittleF. .. "56" Ford . . . Mach 1, Foley Drive, Gunstock 76-77, 77-78 Memories - Dangles! Heavenly Hash, Mariner Rd., Boogle hut, St, Stephen's Cemetery, Starsky, Merry, Boston, I.B.T.C., 3!, Saga- more Bridge, D.F.'s car, Chop- sue-y, the stage. Joseph Anthony De Angelis Pippo "It is far better to remember it as it was, not how it could have been." Memories - Italiano trips, Ten' nising . . . June "76", Remedial Art, Doing the elk, Bike trips with J.H., Yes! in-an Joseph J. DeFilippo Kathy Davis "Nature has given the oppor- tunity of happiness to all, knew but how to use it." A Carla M. DeLuca "Live for today, but remember yesterday and think of tomorrow." Memories - Fireside talks and popcorn. , . Heavenly Hash. . . Longwood with Lynee . . . deely bugs, tunafish and umbrella stands. . . Route 9 firedrills. . . Europe 77 . . . the Village Green at2a.m,. . .Snowy lockers. 53 v l . 5 X l Paul Edwin DeShaw DeeSH Memories - Hockey . . . MBV 5, 7 ,,., Hitler! . . .skiing. . . Burr, Farm Pond, little F.. . ,J.B. ...What. . .OL i Paul NI. Diamond A'The only obligation which I have a right to assume is to do at any- time what I think right," Robert Dolaher Charles L. Dionis TAZ Janet Dickie Jan "It is not how much you have, but how much you enjoy that makes happiness." Memones - Wall Gang 76 . . . good times with DR.. . .F.A.R. Memories - Bonita at 7:00 V . . . the Cove . . . nights at the party spot . . . member of the S.H.G .... the loading dock . . . The Bongo's . . . Fish. . .Musk. . .Beetleboy. W Carol A. Dietz . Dietzy-fly , "Nobody knows where you are' how near or how far, but we'I bask in the shadow of yesterday' triumph and sail on the stee breeze." 7 l Memories - "Down Hill Boogiev . . .Zontar. . . F-girl's rooni ...Mexico . . . N.H. . . . Elf, . . .drivin' around. , .aquaducll . . .Pal i l I l l i l l Christopher Dolan l Joseph Chris 'Old men shall dream dreams, V' young men shall see visions." Gabrielle Doelitzsch Jam9S FX Dowd Gaby JIYTI Memories - Wayne, Treeland "lf 'Iam 30Dh0ClES, l Bm not corner . . l-lemenway . . . DEF ard lf ' am mad I am NOT c s. -girI's room. 9 54 Memories - A-V repair shop Photo . . . "You're a stiff . . . "Hello Mr. Dargan" . . Wrong Direction, Geoff! . . . Di you do the homework?? Kathleen M. Downing Kathy "Yesterday us what keeps me up, tomorrow as what keeps me gonng, Today as now and that keeps me here." Memorles - punk 'lwlsh you were here" . . . wooden shoes . . . ..F,, ...blrds...N.H.... "A.l.E.. . Davrd Doyle Deca Memorles - Sundays at the barn and sesslons before school. l l l . l l l l Mary DuBons Doobue Buzz Carol J. Drobms "No act of kundness, no matter how small, ns ever wasted." Memorles - "Smule!" . . . surn- mers of 76 and 77 . . . Yumbos . . . BU .,.. Mann Street wlth K.C., TS., J.F., and M.F. "Keep smullng, lt makes people wonder what you've been up to!" aff" Held: Ann Duncanson Memones -. . , Party Time. . . Chunese restaurants . . .P.C. par- tnes with M R F-gurl's room "In a moment of tnme, our lives Chrnstlne Marne Duprez Duppa Paul F. Duggan Paul There are two thnngs un Infeg one to get what you wantg two as to ntl" emorues - The Stables . . . .G.T.S.U .... P.A .... you an't bounce a meatball. will be overg In a moment of tlme, another lute has begung for this moment of tame, we wall all be together - volces and minds, shunnng as one." Memornes - Vuneyard summers . . .Speed Thrnkrng Inc. . . . Pam's car . . . hablo espanglals con Klm. . .Cape '77. . . "talk much?" "lf you lrsten very hard, the truth wxll come to you at last, when one as all and all us one . . Memories - WPB5 . . . Betsy . . . Cape 81 Prom 77 . . , Star- Shlp. . . apartment . . . B.S. for En. . .F.H.. . ."My Babe". .. vlsrtors at3:OO A.M.. . .C.Y.O. 1 2 Harold P. Dubnow Dubnow "The cuckoo who us on to hlmself IS halfway out of the clock." Memorles - "Shut up, Joe! . . . rowdy Frnday nlghts . . Buzzung houses. . . Q Carla Marne Dusek "l've gotta follow that dream wherever that dream may lead." Memories - Roosevelt Staduum, Sept. 75 , . . May Day Fest 76, 77 . . .Montreal 77. 55 las Christina V. Eads Chris "lt is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye." Antoine de Saint-Exupery Memories - D.F.. . .May 6. . . the Variety show . . . Surprise Parties. . . l,B.T.C. . . . Rte. 30 proposal. . .fungi. . .mornings with T.E. . . . Rte. 9 firedrill . . . Hello, Betty! and the Sagamore Anne Marie Fangmann Bridge. Eileen Beth Engelman "My friend is not perfect - nor am I - and so we suit each other admirably." Memories - Black-tipped needle' nosed pliers . . .Grape . . . B.R. . . . Woodfield . . . A.S.'s party ...lknow...Memories... Backrubs. . .Later. . . "He who has had a true friend, has had more than his share!" Memories - Kwalalein, Marshall Islands. . . '73-'76, Hawaii. . . An early 4th of July. . .Friendly's . . . Softball '77 . . . Summer of '77, AFRM. . . wipe-outs on Old. Conn. Path, Dirt Road, and in Honeywell parking lot . . . Friends. . .CHARLIE Richard Egginson "Strive to be happy." Memories - As a senior walking down the halls and having a fresh- man asking me where the upper 'C' hall is. Ruth Elizabeth Englar "Take your time, think a lot, think of everything you've got . . . for you will still be here tomorrow but your dreams may not" Memories - Senior year, the B.B., summer of '76, a certain hockey player, Florida '75, M.S.P.A., Peanuts, whoppers, Bunnies, Plymouth and Yo ,'ff,.f .-SQSN f2f"f'Q,1' .- A ..., . ,,. Brian L. Elias 'Alf it feels good, do it." Memories - Memories of "S.C." ...Summerof'77. .. Leslie A. Everett Memories - The neighborhood . . . "Zontar" . . . Choc. chip cookies and flower arrangements . . .the aqueduct. . .summer of '74 . . . "Pink Floyd" . . .the Cape. . .Bowling?! gf Tracey A. Eastman "That it will never come again is what makes life so sweet," Memories - Hop, St. Pk. with J.Z., R.M., M.N., and the frisbee ...Mr.D. . .mytwin,J.L.. .. C.E. and T.H.'s stogie . . . F.F. parties, Bay State Meets - Ha! . . . C.E.'s mimeographed maps . . . bruised frosh from Senior- Frosh dance . . .C.E., M.K., and J.L. and library lunch. James R. Engels Jim "What a long strange trip its been" Memories - "The place" Pigls Bonus . . . summer of 77 ...pickupagoat. .. in-v Paul Feeney ? Karen Pam Feintuck "lf a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer, let him step to the music he hears, however meas- ured or far away." Memories - Mexico 77. . .Vari- ety shows . . . "good old south- ern comfort" . . . wingaersheek . . .Deep Magic 414' hr-f Christopher L. Fitzgerald Fitz "Forget what life used to be, you are what you choose to be, it's whatever it is you see that life will become." Memories - The Bomb . . . Par- ties at Fargo's . . . M.G.O.S.N. ...7shots. . .S,H.G.. . .the breakfast run . . . Yes, E.L.O., Frampton, Lips, Burr, F.P. . . . Sleeping under Gumbo's car and good times with Teri. Barbara Jean Fleming Barb "If in your thoughts you must measure time into seasons, let each season encircle all the other seasons, and let today embrace the past with remembering, and the future with longing." Memories - Twins - KA, Jokes, "Ya reaIly," Golf with N.S. and Hel. S. Laura Ellen Finger "Friendship and happiness are life's companions." Memories - Green Apples . . . York Steak House. . . RW. . . . Summer of '77 . . . Ping-Pong matches . . . The Corner Table . . .Natick Party Marianne J. Fitzpatrick Micki "I chose the road less traveled by and that has made all the differ- ence." Memories - Party in 61, N.Y. '76, Contact Dermalitis, C.S. '76, Asparagus fern, tequila 84 toma- toes, Send ln the Clowns, Clarka, M.M.T.C. Jeanne M. Finlay "We love the things we love for what they are" Memories - the Bombay, Ohio '76, Friday the 13th, the Bronx, Rich Girl, Down on Main St., D81B corps Michael F. Flanagan Mike ,Z ff 1 4 Lisa S. Finer "Time passes on" Memories - Summer of '77 . . . summer of '75 . . . the black car . . ,Paragon Park. . . Nantasket Beach . . . Fireworks at Raynam Park Shawn Fitzgerald Fitz "If your spirits are low, do some thing, If you have been doing something, do something differ- GUI." Memories - the stables, where's herbi, L.G.T.S.U.,. . .P.A.. . . ,V ,D M.,.:.wf-f 1 -.,. Maureen A, Flynn "The difficulty is not so great as to die for a friend, as to find a friend worth dying for." Memories - skiing . . .B.V.. . . In search of the green cat. . .A.S. - which way did they go! . . . How AMBARRISING! Irish Eyes. 57 Dean Forman William M. Frantzen Willy "The world is definitely llat Memories - Capt. ol the Starship A A listening to quiet music A A A rainy day dream away let North have a holiday A A A watching Engawa A Frank A A A Jimmy Bing 58 L Judith Lorraine Fournier Judi "In friendship let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures." Memories - BeerFest '77 A A A Pink PantherA A A Trampolining A A A TLCDC AAAPigFloast77AAA John Bugbar A A A PDB af WSC. A AMutt or Jeff? Ill ,ll Sharon Louise Foy "Shiz" "To succeed in lzfe, you have to be successful in living while your greatest need is common sense" Memories - Summer of '76 and '78 A A A "Doing the Boogie". A A "The Good Times" A A A HAH. A A A RKO FlockA A .WAJA A A .Later Roger NA Foynes "There is only one suc- cess - to be able to spend your life in your own way." Memories - Party spot A A A summer '76 A A A 68 mustang A A A Lacrosse 78 BASALACA Frank Frazier III I saw a man pursuing the horizon, round and round he sped. I was disturbed at this. I accosted the man. "It is futile," I said, "YOU can never -" "YOU lie," he cried, and ran on. Memories - Split pants A A A dreams of JALA and DAZA A A A EABA and TAEA arrangement. A A boogie Shari Marcia Freedman "The heart has its reasons which reason cannot know." Memories - Sweet sixteen party A A .New York. A A A Chorus Line A A A Dances A A A Junior English on the barbecue A A A Bay State A A A Billerica Buddies MAMA, and DAB. and French classes A A A Israel summer of '77 A A A A cool exte- rior masks a warm personality Charlene Marie Fradette "You lust call out my name,and you know wherever I am, I'll come running to see you again, Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, all you have to do is call and I'Il be there, you've got a friend." Memories - The family, Ground- round, BABABA, JAAACAKA, Cinema with Deb, summer of '76 and 77, RAL. 81 PSSC, 78 BB team, Tues. and FriA nights. A A Pru with KAG. A A A fun times with good friends, 1974-78. Colin John Fretwell "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the dif- ference." ?i New FtobertG. Fritch Jr. Bob "If I can't do it then no one can." Memories - Walking the halls . . .Blue stang, . . Mr. WiIson's shop. , .Wildfire. . .302. Steven Ralph Fusco Fusk Memories - Skiing 77 . . . Jr. Variety Show . . . cast parties . , .cruisin' . . . Jr. Proms, par- tying . . . Luigi-Vercotti, football games. Yr:-xf' Valerie L. Fulton Val "Lite consists of two roads, but those who take the shortcut miss all the scenery." Memories - Beatlemania. . . Hi Steve . . . Big Orange cars . . . 7:00 in Medfield . . . A date with M8iM. . .HTDYWTGH. . .Nixon Rd.. . . Mrs. J. . . .And wouldn't it be nice Joseph F. Gallagher Joey fight when you're hardest hit, it's at this point when you mustn't quit." Memories - Lacrosse . . . E. Mass Tourney? . . . The Beatles . . .Stonebridge. . .Burr. . .5 days. . . D.J.S .... Leading scorer. "Stick to the Arthur J. Gallagher Ill Joe "The bowl is never spent" Memories - THE CAFE!, The Alley. . . Mr. NolIman's Per. 2 English Class Jon Andrew Funk Andy Memories - Oculus, H128, llO7 Norman Furbush Jennifer Garvin "Youth is just the spark of life, there is fire yet to come." Memories - Memories of the neighborhood . . . summer of 76 . . . water skiing . . . The Cape , . . Partying at the barn. Lynn Marie Gately "What we learn with pleasure we never forget." Memories - SF Dance '76 81 '77, N.S. dance 76, Rollerskating, "Moon on the cape," Blue Vet '77, Pig roast '77, trampolining, cornfields with E.K., Merky Waters, and the "Phantom" caller, Bette Midler, Wollaston Beach and TLCDC 59 'GJ ,...ad" Patricia Ann Gately Pat "Today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness. and every tomorrow a vision of hope." Memories - Photography room, Cafe The Spartan 1116 and June 10 rf Ursula Georgii Uschi "Versuche du versteheu, uud wird clich verstehuf' 60 Kimberley Ann Gaudet Kim "A friend is a friend for- ever." Memories - Freshman year, 1-t15, Class of '76, Rockland, "Cherish," 7.0, Pa, Ieotards 81 lace, 2- BEEps, many precious friendships, A.B., M.B., S.M., M.T., L.D., S.H. 4 fix A ' Joanne Marie Gerding Jo "Life is enriched only by satisfac- tion achieved through friend- ship." Memories - Summer of '76, "l'll catch ya, Deb!", Set - SPlKE!, 'Erbie, "Boogie Nights," some very special people, Freshman Foods "What's got into you, Suzy Creamcheesef' Memories - "66" Mustang, Zappa Tour "76" Daniel Anthony Gediman Mr. Bougue "Nada, Nada, Nada." Memories - 12 years, "the Bible speaks," where is the all night bowI?, for what?, tuesdays and thursdays, Hil, a sheep skin, poo- pie and then what Thomas Joseph Germain Tom "The best mirror is an old friend." Memories - the Table, neighbor- hood football games, meetings at the locker, PauI's twin, the bus stop nr---' Gary Mitchell Geller Hammer "Winners never know the worth of losing 'til the prize has slipped right through their hands. Love will take a heart of its own choos- ing and break it if you try to understand." Memories - Smugglers, Geils, GoMiIt, Grover, Wiper, D'Buryer, Ferd, Big Beff Shave Alan Paul Giangregorio "A man can be free without being great, but no man can be great without being free." Memories - Murder! Murder! "Wingufarsheek," K.F., AH, Rightl, " Gunstock," "Lacrosse 78," "March 14, 1975 - ?", Greasy Food, they've got gunsl, Cold D.l. Nightsl, "Kelis" Edwin Stuart Giles III Ted "A farmer is one who is outstand- ing in his field." Memories - Tedward, "What time is it?", HayRide, 13th, Reme- dial Art, MF6+TF, Monty Python, Nose, SMT, the big Heffl, Satur- day Mornings, "I thought you brought the match," I112 Crew Tedweird Gayle M. Gonthier "Our yearning isn't for the boy or girl we knew then, lt's for that time, that place and how we felt then." Memories - Memories of Marion guys, '77 Seniors, P.F. and K.J., S.A.Y. and day parties at my house, pumpkins, BURR, F.P., Hampton, peanuts and M8iM's, party! Mark J. Giusti "Juice" "Risk your body for it's only pain." Memories - Lacrosse, E Mass Champs?, R.S., Chevelle SS, Crab- bing, BURR, Brine Glen R. Gonthier Gumbo Memories - the herum, BURR, do it up, F.N.B.D.A. 4t?, Hogan, Flips, Partying in the Duster. tunes, Mustang, roll Lenny, 18180 4--f Allan Gomberg Tracey Lynn Glick "Good humor is one of the best articles of dress." Memories - Bagged at the bridge, frisbee in eye at "YES," Zewo, Jr. B. man, pic- nics, compliments from Mr. W., breaking for animals, ELK, Cross Country '77 A H James Goldstein "Si ie dors qui me donnera la Iune? Kenneth S. Gordon Big Red Memories - Lacrosse, Junior Prom, Fla. parties, day 81 evening fun, Goodbye Class of 78 Michael S. Gordon , ZIQQY "I love to live so pleasantly, live this life on luxury, blaz'n on a sunny afternoon." Memories - the Bewlay Broth- ers, Kinkophiles, July 2, truck'n, 1O!13!77, Tourneys, Munch Q's, Capt. Bud, Eddie Riff, C.R.B. 61 Lori F. Gottsegen "Rivers belong where they can ramble, eagles belong where they can fly, l've got to be where my spirit can run free, Qot to find my corner of the sky." Memories - Summer of '77 especially PA., Lambrusco D.O., Puerto Rico Jacqueline Marie Greer Jacqui t'Good, better, best, never let it rest, until your good is better than your better, better, best." Memories - Lots of fun with N.C., B.N., B.O., C.R., Jogging Jills, Pagoda Pals, "walking in radioactive rain?" Jo .4 Leslie C. Grove "The sun has come back over the forest, bringing with it the scent of May." Memories - Fourth of July at the prison, it's much more friendly with two, "outside," Paul 81 Mike from Dorchester, Florida, Good- bye Mary, Beth, Pam and Bonnie 62 Peter Graham "To reach high, you have to stand on your toes." Carla E. Gregorich "The happiest person is the per- son who thinks the most interest- ing thoughts." Memories - 7lF party, 7up lip gloss, Lynn at IHOP parking lot, Woodfield, F8tD girls room Robert L. Gray Bob "Don't walk through the tunnel in search of light but run." Memories - Smallman's Art room, rep. 2 ssalc hsilgE Elaine Gramenelles Re "Live day by day, for there exists no past, nor future, unless it is present." Memories - Driver's Ed Firemen, Pink, "Wish You Were Here," the lake, JDatJM, APARUM, the Hol- land Windmill, the boy scouts, "Old Goldie," CS, Parties, parties and more parties, choo choo Lawrence Grove Larry "Strength is in the catching of a star." Memories - Summers on the Cape, DB., Thanx, L.H., the Big Fish Richard J. Greer Richie "To succeed one must first define what success is." Memories - "The Car" Club KSH, who's M.M., May 9,1976 '53 5 Susan M. Grudzinski Sue "When you aspire for something, aim for the stars. The worst that can happen is you'lI fall among the clouds." Richard Ernest Gumm Rich "lf you can't see the light, you can'twalk towards it." I Memories - Margaret M., walk- ' ing the halls, "the threesome" i i i l Elizabeth Lynne Hamler Lynne lYou've got to believe in some- , ing, no matter the cost. You've 'ot to believe in someone, no mate ,lzrthe cost." llemories - Maine, the lake, iummer of '77, town beach, ifhere's Cheryl?, blacktipped nee- le-nose pliers, Helpl, l'm stuck to he walll, cruizing, Woodfield, Hey lhuckl, "Am l talking foolish- less???" l l I l I l l l I l l l l l l i l l i H. Robert Haberman HHH." "If you try to reach the unreacha- ble star, you're at least going to step on the moon." Aileen M. Hamilton "What lies behind you, and what lies before you, are tiny matters compared to what lies within you." Memories - Colorguard, gree, nies and football games in the rain, "Jr, P.B. '77," the Cape, FERFIN, J.V. show '77, BOOGIE hutl, parties, good times and good friends Theresa Jean Hanlon Terry "True friendship comes when silence between two people is comfortable." Memories - grasshopper, smile, Mr. B's Angels, yum veal oooats, track '76, Ol club, running with KS., birthday at the beach, Reme' dial Art, "lt's time to gol", gullible Katherine Hannah "Let not your hearts experience deny of lands beyond, as yet by none surveyed: Men are you and reflect that men are made to fol- low valor's lure and wisdom's quest and not like the beast con- tent in ease and rest," Maria Elena Gutierrez "How sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care, how long it's been since yesterday. What about tomorrow? What about our dreams all the memories we share?" Memories - Artie, Old Silver Beach, B-parties, Friehoffers, ILDMD, Chinese fire drills, Frack, Tac, the Elena's, baldies, DC's cakes, Prom '77 if f " Cheryl Louise Handlin Cheri "A friend is a present you give yourself." Memories - Maine "75," Danny, colorguard, rainy football games, and greenies, BOOGIE hutl, Pththbbbl, Bloopl, You no do Gul, good times with good friends Judith Marie Harber Judy "Nobody ever had a rainbow until he had the rain." Memories - the Cape, Needham, good times with C.H. 81 M.S., "I do l want, Shelly!", "Bloop!", cruisin l 63 Eric Christopher Hard Richard Michael Hassler Rick "The past is the present, but the future is now, so LIVE now and forever hold your peace." Memories - Fond memories of CHARLIE, a little black Capri, Aqueduct, loading docks, Timo- thy's cricket, his boat, Sportsters, Yes, B.B. and the Cape 64 W 'bn Colleen M. Harrington "Though we rush ahead to save our time, we are only what we feel - Sola resur- git vita." Memories - Cat Stevens '76, B.R.C., SOMBREROS, rush at the board, Mun 81 Co., R.S. '75 John Frederick Hatch "lf the Romans had been obliged to learn Latin, they would never have found time to conquer the world." Memories - Cafeteria Athletics, football at Walsh, Roll up the win- dows, lock the doors, and get out, broken spokes, lst two rows, 3rd post up on the right, P.S.D.D., library, Rockies '74, Latin class, Latin's Greek to me, broke Dean's nose "Zepplin" Jonathan Harris J.H. ,X Norman David Hartnett NormDave "lf there's a will, there's a way." Memo- ries - SHG, party spot, "storman Norman," benito at 7:00, the cove, "Are you all right?" Kevin F. Healy "L'amour n'est qu'un plaisir, l'honneur est un devoir." Memories - Ground Round, Chuck can't park, Cape Cod, member of L.S.L.B.F.C., football at Walsh, C.F., broke Dean's nose and Jo's neck l l P l l i l I . i "l di WI Mi CU S3 Charles Haskins l Chuck "We know what we are, but knotj not what we may be." 1 Memories - the Table, Fridal and Saturday nights, going to thi dam i l l i l 3 l ,egg sta..-1 ,J Deidre Heaton Dee . "Good things come in small paclt ages." f5'1 "J . Memories - laughs with K.A"'Yui skipping down the halls with D.Afgw9 exchanging shoes, dirty jokes iiimei caf, time wasted on J.J., 3 of Ullruly with 'Mgp bfldi Yi Q mari lon I 'I 'G Kathleen A, Heffernan Kath l4'Hold fast to dreams, for lf dreams due, lnfe ns luke a broken lwunged blrd that cannot fly." Memorles - Mr. B's Angels, hlcf cupl, cool-oe monster, crulSIr1Q, Sat. nights with DO. and L.V. Ter: Lyn Hegarty Teh "We remember best what we love most." Memorues - Hips and Bumps, "Aaay Bubber Duckuel", In the mood and wlth Match, Sunday Softball wlth Mrs. B., "lust for the fun of ut," Route 30 proposal, "soIud Gold," D.F,'s car, that cert taun dance and Chrls Audrey Lee Helfant "The flowers appear on the earth, the tlme of the slngnng of blrds has come, and the volce of the turtle as heard In the land." Memorles - tangled lab aprons, hot fudge sundaes, Valentlne's Day '76, Laroque-des'Arcs, Jay 5' MOV! f'da g'olh 'I Susan Hlmml Sue guve but a llttle when you of your possessions. It IS you gave of yourself that you gtve." mornes - bagged at the heavenly hash, chop-sue eenles, BOOGIE hut, J.B. "ze-wo," Surpnselll, training the World Cup ai 'i' Larry Hogan Larr 'And you run and you run to catch the sun but ut's sunknng, and racung around to come up behmd you again." Ellen J. Holland "I take the day for qulte a rude and I take my own sweet time." Memorues - Israel "l974," Call fornua dreamung, Butch Exuuuuse Mel, the Yellow Table M.G., cheat - cheat always beat J.M.B., Toots, Ellle, burnt thumb, Fleese's peanut butter cups pm Ellzabeth Htckey Luz "SaIIun' thru stormy weather, searchnn' for sunny skles wlth open eyes, sharln' the tears and the laughter IS the only way we'll fund the things we're after" Memorles - Summer '77, the Dutch Inn, 8f'29 '77, the llfeguard 5: John H. L. Holmes H H Holmesy Almond JOY "Hugh school IS not an edu- catlong lt's a state of mlndf' Kathleen H. Holmes Kath: Memorles - Rl., to each hls own, 6fl6777, 1r3 of Trlnlty- Arkansas, Jazz after hours, ln school 7:50-2:OO? Locker A2124, the zoo, Boylston St. 65 ,- Peter Holmes Kathy Ann Hurley "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow, don't walk behind me, l may not lead. Walk beside me and lust be my friend." Memories 4 summers of '76 and '77, good times with good friends and the dodge 66 Doug Hookway Dugga "Man alone, born of stone, will stamp the dust of time, his hand strikes the flame of his soul, ties a rope to a tree and hangs the universe until the wind of laughter blows cold." Memories - up Mt. Manad- knock for 12 hours, down the Cape for two weeks, almost Hey Chuckie, 9 rounds, Cape '76, memories of L1.C,, no name Heidelinde Hurst Heidi "Face your piles of triles wi smiles." Memories - Freshman year 1 , I 4 Thomas Ewell Hopkins Jr. "lt is an evervfixed mark, the star to every wandering bark, whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken." Memories - Room A219, "DON'T MESS," the up's and down's of track, all the good times at gym class, States.'76, S.G,H. Brenda Lynn Huffman Huffy "Hold fast to your dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that can't fly." Memories - Memories of Rob, curfews, King Kong, J.T., "Pre- cious and Few," Hampton, "Long and Winding Road," psychos, "The Munch," Sweetwater, Roma, "Mamasita!", Nomi, "Aloha!", "Wanna see my speak ers?" William Hyson Hollis Ann Howard Holly "We too often love things and use people when we should be using things and loving peo- ple." Memories - Northwood, N.H., Warm Fuzzies, football buses, C.B., who said Musi- cians are weird?, M.E.Z., T.G., J.Z., R.M., M.N., N.T., A.F, 177 X Alfredo lannarilli Al I Judith Ann Jackson Judy Memories - Memories of the board, tequila and tomatoes B.R.C., Wisconsin, P.S., sornbre- l ros and my friends Terri Jarret "Conserva la paz con tu alma en Ia bullisiosa confusion de la vida oun con sus falsas penali- dades y suerios faillidos el mundo es todavia humoso" Memories - gringa, you Guysl, Jr, B. man, "the girl with the hair," year in Chile, going away parties, soccer, biking on Martha's Vineyard Judith M. Jasurek Judi Memories - the Aquaduct, S.A.Y. and sleepovers, Crea- ture Double Feature, Magic Changes, BURR, F.P., the tres- sel 123, Jumpl, Malorettes - Baystate, Mickey Mouse, Tango, Chinese Food Wat' Darrell Bernard Johnson Memories -the Library and Stephen E. Johnson Steve "lt's not over until it's over." emories - Exams at Neals', aine, the Cape, Rebel Yell, Floyd, Yes . . . Snowbank, New lYear's, the Bus Metco Basketball Practice Yvette Renee Johnson Vetts "The most agreeable companion is one who will not have you any different than what you are." Memories - Ice, Jr. Prom '77, Sr. Cotillion '76, June 6, 1977, to love is wonderful, but to be loved is what it's all about, Thanks for everything, HH., the hangout, Pax Lisa Vee Kabler "Love is saying yes to life when all the facts signal NO!" Memories - Memories of long brke rides and good times in Marl- boro, B,J.M., good times with the QBVIQ Joseph A. Jenkins Jr. "The harder you work, the more you get out of life." Memories - Saturday Nites, the Truck, Cruising on the Cape ,2 4,- "V 21' Peter S. Kadish Pete "Don't take life too seriously You'll never get out of it alive any how." Memories - the table, the river the states, continuous relay 67 1 Darlene Marie Kavanagh '23,-' Scott Kadish Memories - Disneyworld's trip, the three Musketeers, a halloween fight, before school where the buses come in, 1970 impaIa's N-xxx ' Michael Katz Flip a coin." Memories - the trouble we got in and the trouble we got out ofl, the C Y Q. L V-1 Agfa Beanie "Understanding are the eyes that love for the deep down beauty, not lust what can be seen or said, but what can be felt." Memories - B.P., 612174, Paper routes with L.S. 68 Gina Kapsalis "Freedom's lust another word for nothing left to lose." Memories - M8tM's, g cts, the Cape, summers in Greece, What are you doin'?, you send mel, good times with P.F., C.S., and P.R. Andrew S. Kaufman Andy "Sometimes the lights are all shining on me, other times I can barely see, lately it occurs to me, what a long strange it's been." Memories - Horseneck Beach, skiing, cruising, "the Grateful Dead" Ellen Karibian Laurie Kaufman "Welcome back, my friends, to the show that ends, we are so glad you could attend." Memories - Betsy, Yellow Sub- marine, ice cream cones, Sun- downl, Switzerland, APRIL FOOLS, WP. Basic 5, visitor at apt. 3, forever of T.K., Youza! Mark David Kaplan "Let's go to the circus tomorrow, if God willing we're alive, and if not, Iet's go Tuesday." Memories - "What's wrong with Kiddie Camp?", Bonito at 7:00, "Who did the Lab?", a tiparillo evening, "You can't eat in here!" Neal Katz KZ "Those who think they know everything are annoying to those of us who do." Memories - KZ, F.N.B.D.A., Flat- tin in Framingham, the Cape, EXAM's at my house, Rolled Lenny, Pumpkins in Sudbury 'Y Stacy Keller Stella "I am I, and nobody is l, as l am beknown to myself." Memories - what's your bag, Mush and Mouth, x-country, my heart bleeds borcht, flicks, grapie, weelers', Redzos X 1:1 Bryan Kelly "When you win, you're consid- ered, when you lose, you're for- gotten." Memories - E.MASS Tourney, Spring '76, Fall '76, "A little dab'll do ya," K.F. Rhonda Lynn King "Life is to be fortified by many friendships. To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness of existence." Memories - Parties at Mel's, rt. 9, Cape Cod, summer adventures of '77, bagged at the bridge, Heavenly Hash, the tree, Sur- prisel, cocktails in the snow Victoria Marie Knepp Vicki "Walk slowly. All you can ever come to is yourseIf." Memories - l don't have to stay here for this, Red Levi's, B-Ball bag, the "T" sneakers, St. Ste- phen's cemetery, F.H. '77, Back Packing '75 we 'wwf 3-.r Thomas Joseph Kilbridge Howdy "Out of the depths of adversity is often born the seed of strengthen- ing faith." Memories - field trips, nights at "Friendly's," It's Howdy Doody time, neighborhood football games, the table 67 2.44 Michael A. Kiley Smiley "Enjoy today, tomorrow may be worse." Memories - July 24, 1976, Can- ada, T.O.G.D.A. 'fx 4? fi.,- 'CSS' .0 Margaret Teresa Kissane "lf only you believe like l believe, we'd get by, if only you believe in miracles, so would I." Memories - Ouinnie and friends, Porch gang, Naba's Malibue, 'lApril Fool's," yellow Subaru, lre' land, C.Y.O., melons Laurie B. Knapp "Life is like an onion, you peel off one layer at a time and sometimes you weep." Memories - Freshman yr., C.S., J.B., B.B., P.D., Duck Pond, Feb- ruary Vacation '76, old orchard beach, Karen?, May Day '75 84 '76, Mid Evil Manor '77, Mank Depression "32" 3 5 wh Leonard Stuart Kennen Len "Speech is great, but silence is greater." Memories - Career Center, Mrs. Foley's Spanish Class, old Library table, B.C., Mr. Coyle's Astronomy Class ., l Paul Kirk "I'd rather be golfing." Memories - the table Elizabeth F. Knight Liz "The language of friendship is not in words, but meanings." Memories - junior prom, B par- ties, friehoffers, getaways in ILDMD, the Elena's, Baldies, tic, D.C.'s cakes, chinese firedrills, field hockey, D.T. 69 Carol Lisa Latshaw Robert Edward Komola Chet "Always be ready at any moment to be able to sacrifice what we are, for what we could become." Memories - Cape Cod '77, Hey Bloss, O-60 in how many seconds? Killer, You've got to be kidding, the sewing machine, July 4, '77, lt's Miller time Barry La mpke 70 if., Mitchell Stephen Krouner Krouner'Man "Baby, this town rips the bones from your back. lt's a death trap, a suicide rap. You've got to get out while you're young. 'Cause tramps like us, Baby, we were born to run. . Memories - "A little dab'lI do ya" Murder, Murder, Summer '77, "T" Time, it 9, "The Dead" Mellow-out, a Iicense?, Gulliblel Kelly Ladd Kelso "There are two paths you can go by, but in the long run, there's still time to change the road you're on." Memories - Danny, weekends in N.H. and in CCJ! Montana, Ari- zona, 213 and f-girls room, the pits, c, chip cookies, flower arrangements, N.J. Frank Lamberson Stephanie Lane William Larrabee "The light we see is burning in my hall. How far that little candle throws its beam. So shines a good deed in a naughty world." Alison Hope Lampke Al "Let your dreams into your heart, let your dreams take flight." Memories - Mim's classes, the Cape, mountains and pepsies, vol- leyball with the boys, my friends. Janet "Truth exists, only falsehood has to be invented." Memories - the Nova, C of D at KP. in W, Accounting 1 with Mr, D, being short, YDD. Pink Pan- thers, PK with PK, Janet Ann Latshaw Carol "Happ1nesslsl1ke a butterfly. The more you chase nt, the more It wnll elude you. But If you turn your attention to other things, at comes and softly slts on your shoulder." Memorues - D at KP., End PP., WB. Partles, K.S. was at camp Carol Lebold Cllb "If I could Inve my Infe over, l'd make the same mistakes, but I'd start sooner." Elvvna Lnchelle Lawrence Vina "The greatest comfort IS the knowledge that you have done your work well." Memories - F2095, October 7, 1975, December 7, 1976, '76 Sensor Cotnllnon, May 18, 1977 CPM. 773 and the friendship that was shared wnth H.H. Helen Hull, Chen E. Leach "Not to Iuve but merely to pass through." Nlemorues - all the thungs I've seen and done, "F" gurls Later Davld Crooks Leunberry, Jr, Dave "lt IS by acts and not by ldeas that people Inve." Memories - Partles, Nughts ID the Subaru, the Table, track, HoJo's James L. Lemmon "To do something IS the way to be someone." Memorues - Nnghts at the Party spots, 100,000 mules, my burth- day partner, Jean, member of SHG. Punk Floyd, behlnd Ground Flound, Two cement poles do more damage than one Andrew S. Lenick Andy "Heading maketh a full man, confndence a ready man, and wrltlng an exact man." Helene Leavntt Hel "Do not follow where the path may lead, go nnstead where there us no path and leave a tranlf' Memorres - Schlep, Golf wuth BF. and NS. and BP, whenever, CS. sophomore year, tennis wnth CS., '76 Burthday, '75 Burthday, F2095 if 3, 'F' Q., ps Anne Leonard "Take time to be frlendly, nt ns the road to happunessf' Memorzes -'The Four Muske- teers" Lake Cochutuate, Old Gol- dne, J's house, Brugham's, Ralph, my workbook 71 Andrea D. Lesser Andy "Life is worthwhile if you but smile." Memories - J.G., "Smoking jacket," Chuck can't park, J.A.C.K., my birthday partner, the BBB., Panda Bear, the Ground Round, Devil-eyes, the ALFC, always Andy Susan Lothrop Sue "For what we are to become depends very much on what we are now." Memories M McDonald's, Sum- mer of '77, the T, Labs, the volk- sie, FH, camp 72 Scott G. Levine t'Observation more than books, experience rather than persons, are the prime educators." Memories - Loon '76-'77, New Year's Eve '77 SGW' Christopher Lott Chris "Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what you've been up to." Memories - Roxy and Else- where, Summer of '77 CTexasJ, the Cape, skiing New Years '77 Elizabeth Lordan Betsy . . with 10,000 miles behind me and 10,000 more to go." Memories - FRITZ, Pep- per Sundaes, "Look what followed us home from Rte. 9," Black Betty, Duplexes in Newton, S20 up in smoke A Robin Liner "We can make it, it will take us awhile, but a good start would be a smile." Memories - Senior Year, sum- mers of fun, colorguard, rallies, football games, parties Joan P. Loughman "Don't be sad because the rose bush has thorns, rejoice, the thorn bush has roses!" Memories - Boogie hutl, Fungi, Saturday mornings - rain again?, FERFIN, C.F.D. ON Rt. 9, J.V. show '77, my twin T.E., John Bugbear Foreverl, Murky Waters Cha, hal, Labs with M.M. David S. Long "Today is the tomorrow you wor ned about yesterday." Memories - Graduation, Mr. Wil son's Shop 'Nui 1- x a , .4'." .,r-1221 J .v 1' ps 'I 5.3415 'T . I-'U s,-I iff' .Q-I Susan Lovitz Sue , "Friendship doubles our 1oy." Memories - Halftime at the foot- ball games, Pacer cast parties, the A.V. crew and Mrs. C." rf f Nancy Jane Lowe "The love In your heart wasn't put there to stay, love usn't love untnl you glve It away." Memories - S.A,Y,, Aquaduct, WW. Volce, 1, 2, 3, JUMP, J,S.T., Football games, Llght House Beach, Prom '77, Maguc Man, BURR Josephlne Lynch Josne "We have to sometimes remand ourselves that the sunshine does more than cast shadows." Memorres - Buzzy, O.J., Wayne B., Putt Putt, rendezvous, Jose- flna, Ground Round, police rand at the red house, sarllng 45' l-lendn Lundblad "l never dld belueve nn mlracles, but nt'stlme totry." Memorues -- Home Ec wuth Mrs. G., HJL, Huram Rd., weekends wlth D.A., horseback ndlng wnth TH., L,V,, and D.M., the Island, Euleen Gregory Lyon Greg "When the Great Scorer wrltes your name, nt matters not If you won or lost but how you played the game." Memorles - The Table, cc and Track, Len's our frnend, road races and partyung, Mr. Keebler, the Rlver, the Dam "All great men are dead, and I thunk l'mfeeInng ull." Memorues - "The Table," muff 7f3l X77, Drlve ln, Duane, Sprung fleld, 6f29f77, lOfl3f77 Susan Carol Luruer "Life IS the art of drawung without an eraser," Memorles - FERFIN, Scuse me, Jud-nth qult, noodles, track '76, fungl, Lllywhute, Jooanl, don't make me worry, Than, stables, "Desh" Mac's, 1 havell Stephen P, Macura "Long dlstance runaround. Long tlme wantnng to feel the sound." Memorues - "lt'll cost ya," nlghts wuth the Musketeers, nights on Carter Dr., Crulsnn' rn the puck-up, Garden concerts, Zeek, trylng to make the blue doors, Day's upon the end 15 'ff Robert F, Luz Lenny Memorles - F N.B.D A 22, TR, Crulslng ln the Duster, the Prom Caper, aquaduct, Nlght Ter ror, BURR, "l'd luke Dreamlngj' "Don't Zlnck out!", T.F FO., Pumpklns ln Sudbury Thomas Magunnus Tom "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat lt." 73 u . 1 . . , ,iw - :.i.- ft. Q, .. Deborah L. Mague Debbie "A burden which one chooses is not felt." Memories - lacrosse, Nova Sco- tia '77, bus rides, the cape, Trol- ley, camp '76, good friends, Fluh Roh Reorge W-'Y Colleen A. Manning Col Love when you can, cry when you have to, be who you must that's a part ofthe plan." Memories - chinques, that's my straw, Florida "76," Juice and M8tM's, Basketball games, Wis- consin and summerfest, 4 o.w.'s to L.B.V., cape "77," sightseeing! Mary Martell "As we go, so shall we begin." Memories - Nantasket, Little Bald man, M.F., and BT. 74 Cheryl Anne Manesis "Perhaps if we search our souls we willfind the answer." Memories - Woodfield, A.S.S., Party, 7up, B.S,, Pom Pom's, FDGR, Noodle, town Beach, J.A., Hey Bush, Weebie, Driver's ed firemen Karen Rene Angela Marchioni "The world is a looking glass and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face. Frown at it and it will look sourly upon you, laugh at it and with it and it is a iolly companion." Memories - F, the pits, Fellow snobskidions, the alley, Zappa David Mannheim Dave Memories - Bionic, M.D., Mr. C., What do you wa nt to do? Steven l. Marshall Steve "Life is like a bike ride, there's ups and downs, but there's always something beautiful at the end." Memories - Sharing a dressing room with Yo, the northend, many friends, arguments with Mr. Cop- pola, winning Law Day '74, Italy '77 EMA Sharon Mailhoit "Tired of lying in the sunshine, staying home to watch the rain. You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today and then one day you find ten years have got behind you, no-one told you when to run, you missed the start- ing gun." Memories - Summer of "76," 1O!24!77, 179777, good times with MVM, L.C., Fl.P., RB. wi :fl Thomas C. Manning Tom "And then there were none. Lori G. Martin "Cooperation is doing with a smile what you have to do any- way." Memories - Tasty's, French 43, laughing, B.B.G. Sue M, Martiniello "I'm as free as a bird now, andx this bird you'll never change." Memories - F, FZ, beer fest 78, pitts, alley Durinda J. Matook "Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." Memories - B.Fl.C., JJ's field, the board, Sombreros, all my friends Kimberley Anne McDonnell Kim "lf I leave here tomorrow would you still remember me? I must be traveling on now, there's so many places I've got to see." Memories - Memories of Jon, Canada, Sundown, the Cape, "Hair Bear," year of "76," dorfs and V.W.'s, "the telephone booth," KO, and true friend Bradd J. Martone Laurie A. Maxwell "I have no time to hate - I'm in a hurry. But I've got all the hours in the days still left to me to waste on love." Memories - Ol' blue eyes, the Jody-Mobile, where'd my car go?!, concerts with SM-Babe, Ziggy, the punto and the bean - Say what?, Traveling, parties, Sun and Fun at the Cape, Love ya J8tE Bruce Arthur Masucci Succi "Learn by your mistakes," Memories - RB, Bartolini, Spore tens Patrick McAvoy Pat "Success is the ultimate goal." Elisabeth Fl. Martino Lisa "Through the ages all great men have taught: truth and happiness cannot be bought or sold, Tell me why are so many people so cold." Memories - Mun, the Sombrero Kids, Rush at the board, Bup and Bam B., tomatoes and tequila I I -'fx fi' I Paul L. Matthews "Roses are red, violets are blue, I'm finally out of North a wooswoo- , woo-woo!" I Memories - the Musketeers ride againl, dead in Kadish's car inthe graveyard, Musketeers on Saboo's fence, Snappa, A-um4A- um-A-right! Geoffrey Allen McGeoch "The need for love is only sur- passed bythe love you give to oth- ers." Memories - watching Mr, C. write on his shirt 75 I Judith A. McGrath Judie Memories - Butch Hobson and Sax Richard A. McGrath L- 'milf Nancy McKenna MC "People who are afraid to make fools of themselves never make anything of themselves." Memories - Searching for Holm Street in a blizzard, B.K. at 4am, "mix it with snow!", St. A's dance?, good times with E,K., fro- zen toes, laughing too hard, cone certs. Susan McManus Sue "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters com- pared to what lies within us." Memories - summers in Plymouth, T.V., par- ties, concerts, Sabu and Arlington, the Grand Prix, good times with Fl.B. PM Mary V. McNichol Mar "A true friend is the most wonder ful possession in the world." Memories A "Zewo," Greenies, "BOOGIE Hut," 3rt for WDW, rni355, "Jr, PB '77, Sub bird man, bagged at the bridge, train Illlq for the World Cup, Chop Suey, Mic1uS' Q 76 Maureen K. McPherson Moe "lf my friends could see me now . . . I know they would smile." Memories - Freshman year, the Cape, Georgia, lots of good times with good friends kr? -Q .1-ASE F Kenny D. McWeeney "Always look ahead till tomorrow, don't look back into yesterday." Memories - the drugstore, the alley, the courtyard, the office, the cove, H.R. at 7:55, Mr. Flynn, Cove at 8:00, the FNHS 81 FSHS Dance . gl Deborah Ann McNabb Nabba "One more tree will fall, how strong the vine, one more time to live and I have made it mine." Memories - John E,, 1Of31!75, April Fools, Alberts, N.E,N., Miriam, P. Town, BB., Ann 81 Andy, Friends 81 Melons l David Meadows Dave Memories - alley, cove, store, office, PH-QUE, Mrs. Mr. Flynn, the Burning Flag, OUE, Mr. B., Mrs. Bue Reedy l Michael Thomas Meaney '4Although we may be parting, i there is still a chance for us to see, T there will be an answer, let it be." 'Memories - Cafeteria Athletics, the Place, Summer '77, let's get small, the Water Tower, Natick 'Mall at llpm, Munchkin Land, l.H., Sophomore year, Dizzy 1' Susan Ellen Milam li Sue d'Life itself can't give you joy unless you really will it, life just gives you time and space, it's up lio you to fill it." Maria Magdalena Melanson "I have been rich, and I have been poor. Rich is definitely better." Memories - my yellow spyder Mark Jeffrey Miller "l keep my friends as misers do Richard Kevin Melvin Rick "Hope sets big goals and is not frustrated by repeated difficulties or setbacks." Memories - My MF Vl, Number 4, Precious and Few, Long and Winding Road, "Annie Get Your Gun," Overlook, Bump 'n' Roll ,g-P' Marianne Milette Mare "We secure our friends not by accepting favors but by doing them." Memories - studies, McDonalds, Noses '76, Field Hockey, the T, labs with J.L., "hit and run!" their treasure, because, of all things granted us by wisdom, none is greater or better than friendship." Memories -- What movie tonite?, Sharon's little brother, Cards over atZ's house Bruce Mills Shari Lynn Mespelli Nancy Jean Mitrano Mitsy "Yesterdays hurt is today's understanding." Memories - WP. Basic 5, Betsy, Switzerland, Summer of '76 E.F.B., "Good times, good friends." 77 Michael Edward Montalbano "When l die l know l'll go to heaven, 'cause l've just been through hell." Debbie Montville Robert Edward Moon Stephen Murphy 78 Christopher Murtagh Patricia Mulcahy Moon "I never let my schooling interfere with my education." Memories - Hopkinton State Park, football games, "No No Nannette" Sandra J. Nelson Sandi "All men are my superiors, l learn from all." Memories - partying with A.W. fredj, Peggie's Party, partying at W.B., WoW Boy, thank you, birth- days, birthdays, birthdays, pup- pies, puppies, puppies, wheat backs l l i i i l i l l l i l l l l Kathleen S. Mueller i Mule l "With the power of soul, anything is possible, with power of you, y anything that you want to do." t Memories - Memories of "F" l f i girls room, "cruisin' with Paul in the T-Bird," the mountain i l l i i l l l l 4 i l l t i i i l l l i l l i l l i James Neshe y "This is not the beginning of the t end, but the end of the begin- i ning." F me X N. Wendy Newman "They said I would shine like the lights in the city, l hoped it would l be like the moon on the sea." Memories - The night no one will l let me forget, Mexico '77, the sur- lprise K.F. and l received in the l"F" Hall, early departure. Yolanda Joy Nunley Yo "Go not where the path leads, rather, go where there is no path and leave a traiI." Memories - Bagged at the bridge, Heavenly Hash, Last of F.H. '75, "Zewo", .l.B. Man, noses '76, "Fag," "Hey Rocky," "What Pebbles," "Merry," Sat. morning car- toons, S.G.H. and Tom Elizabeth Nickerson Liz "We are only young once. lt is all society can stand." Natalie Jean O'Hayre Nat "Embrace your friends for they hold precious memories - but reach to the sun, for it beholds a new day." Memories - the Bobbsey Twins, grab that table, Big V and little v, York Steak House, Herman's Hats, "Barry's Party," "the Let- ter" Mitchell David Nollman Mitch "What lies in the future is a mys- tery to us all." Memories - .litterbugging with hips, Casey-Melvin Crunch, MF Vl, thick as crunchy peanut butter, '5- Christina M. Nicoli Nickerbag "lt is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye." Memories - memories of "F" girls room, Maine, cruising with ?, the summer of 75 weekends with Agnus Judy Elizabeth Oleson "No much talk, a great sweet silence." Memories - memories of the neighborhood, the Cape, waterski- ing, and the barn Beth Nigberg "I decided long ago, never to walk in anyone's shadow if I fail, If I succeed at least l'll live as I believe. No matter what they take from me, they can't take away my dignity." Memories - Pagoda, G.L., Kleats, weekends, walking in the radioactive rain?, F.A. Duck, Who me?, "Feh", Fig Newton, B.P. May 22, 1977, Mr, B'S Angels Denise Ann Owen Bones "So let the traces linger on many years have come and gone, Oh how lonely man has been without a trace of the 'Traceless Friend' " Memories - 7:30, horn, Lowther Rd., Boot, Old Conn Path, Sub zero weather, St Pats, cruisin on Saturday nights with L,V. and K.H., Exuse me sir! 79 Ll Duane Marie Owen "You have spoken the answer, a chuld searches far sometimes, unto the red dust on a dark rose leaf and so you have gone lar, for the answer us: silence." Memories - "Rude in style, own a Buick," bananas, snowstorms, Aug. '76, S.C.l.F.Y. Good Luckl, Emersons, Friends, SD Joel Parks "Ouud loquor? Aut ubu sum? Ouae mentem insaniam mutat?" Vurgul Memories - Mole, Latin lll, Italy, "Stronge Pacie," lyrics lor the day, the l.B.T.C., Physics labs with Mac, the hockey puck theo- rem Cheryl Anne Perkins "The past is behind but the mem ones are still there." Memories - McDonaId's, the gas station, C-gurls room, Scott, Sum- unr-r of '77, New Hampshire 80 Jean Pardis "A good listener us not only popu- lar everywhere, but after a while he knows something." Richard Scott Pelley Scott 'lln the midst of the winter, l finally learned that there was in me an unvincuble summer." Memories - Summer of 76, my secretary, the beach, Hockey, friends and partying Dennis Parker Memories - Littlefarms, Hamp- ton Beach, Wall, Farm pond, Park, C.B Lisa Christine Pappas Pap "Life, it passes like the summer, l'm a wild seed again, let the wind carry me." JM Memories - The Knapsack, great times and Reunite, Rl, Beach days, Carmel and Cream, Thanks to all the great people for being just that, Je t'amour Rhonda Lee Penn "lf a man wants his dreams to come true he must wake up." Herbert Prochnow N Thomas James Paull Tom F' Elizabeth D. Perry Liz "True friendship us like phos- phorescence - it glows best when the world around you goes dark." Memories - France 77, Long- wood with Carla, Deeley bug, red and green sneakers, sidewalk laughing attacks with Cindy, doo- dles, Mickey Mouse, "W" ZiQQY, Smiles i' Mary Peterson "Remember yesterday, dream of tomorrow, live it up today." Memories - horseback riding, "Chilly Willys," C.F.D. on rt. 9, St. A's dance?, D.A. smiles, the Kinks, "mix it with snow!", John Bugbar forever, good times with goodfriends Steven V. Pittman Pitt "The wise man uses past experi- ences as stepping stones to the future." Memories - Purple Porpoise, Latin class, Party Spot, Sagamore beach, Roll up the windows, lock the doors and get out Shari-Ann C. Pierannunzi Sha "And after l've gone and been alone for a while, l'll think of you and my thought will show with a smile." Memories - Hello-o-o Betty, Fer- fin, "JrPB77," Fungi, Bunnies, BB, Naked Noodles, little sister, Scuse me Sue, JV show 77, Heav- enly Hash Pamela Marie Pinchook Pam "Life is too serious to be taken seriously." Memories - Cape 77, Boston and Buz, ski, you fool, Swanson Rd., demolition derby Kenneth A. Pierannunzi Noodle "I shall pass through this world only once. Any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness that l can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall never pass this way again." Memories - K.P., Bunnies, SF, BURR, F.N.B.P.A., Prom 77, yeah yeah Pamela Marie Polley Pam "Do not delay . . . the golden moments fly." Memories - Remember Boston?, the Legal Beagle?, Florida goat '77'? Rebecca Powers Becca "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." Memories - Skiing in Vt., Par- ties, chinese firedrills, getaway's, lidmd, DC's cakes, the Elenas, BLC, the baldies, Friehoffers L- qgglh-P x X i Beth Anne Polin Wabett "We have painted in the hallways of life, and though our brush strokes may be covered over, we will never forget them." Memories - Goodbye, Table Scribbler, leagle beagle, Remem- ber Boston??, and L.G. and M.M. M. Karen Prior John Andrew Pugh KP "After the last hurdle you still "lt's better to have loved and lost have to finish the race." than never to have loved at all." Memories - sports cars, Bondo, Memories - remember B.C. the 3rd, the Cape "75" forever, Canada every sum- mer, A.P., A.M., G.H., R.C., D.M., T.M., R.F., C.H., C.H., G.H., T.M., S.C,, cheering . . . Get in line, S7A6Y., 1, 2, 3 JUMP, Christmas 'NJ-az: Mary Beth Ounnlan Beth may be dlfferent but we wont know tlll we try You can ou Memorles gooflng off wnth never me Kleats G L hOw adorablelj Wucked Doy ltaly Hu how ya dom? on the streets ot Framlngham walklng nn the radloactnve raln? Mary Ellen Rarnunnn Me Sometumes the tumes are good and sometumes the times are not duute as good as the good tlmes should be Memorles the clutch the orlgn nal Ellne that certaln dance H guys Oh Wow' P P 82 worth doung well Ann Marne Oulnn Annle Roonle Yesterday s gone and thats a fact now there s no more looklng back Its gonna be hard Memorles memorues of Jeft B Marne Porch gang Aprulfools Ptown Nabbas mallbu Melons B B and Frlends J Gerls Ronald Davld Radlo Anythung that us worth doing IS Mary Teresa Ramsbottom But the Thousandth Man he s worth em all because you can show hum your feelings Chrlstle Alletha Rawllns The cycles of lnfe speed by and the present becomes the past Just be sure you don t leave frsends and memorles behlnd Memorles Pagoda Kleats and G L walknng nn the radloactnve n? N C B N B O G a fool early mornung loggers con s T N C T C i in Thomas Renter Tommy L homme naqust lubre mans part out ll est dans les fers Memories Bay State League Champs maklng weught Natlck Hugh brnng your sneakers Nancylee Ramsland The purpose of accumulating knowledge us to use that knowl happy as we make up our minds to be Memorues the cafe the court yard Renalssance A141 E B Danlel Remlllard Memorues Accldents wlth J D B S L Champs Hey ya know the scale l l l l l I I ls, , B V I A l 4 U ' - ,, VX lm ' l l l .. 1 ., l l v v , , 1 I' r ' l ' l x 'I j . . . , .K ,. Q- - ...' 'X . 'Q' A "We ' U learn from me and l'll learn from edge to Thlnk- We are about 35 Y ., C.Fl., IG., N.C., 81 B.N., "lt'S 1 ' ' 773' -- , I ., - - v -I ' , Y" l'3I,, ..,J..,"Sy cert: ,, . ., ., .,D.B, Laura Ellen Rnegelhaupt 4'Don't surround yourself wzth yourself." Efthalna Rokas "Far away there In the sunshine are my hlghest aspuratuons, I may not reach them, but I can look up and see thelr beauty, belueve In them, and try to follow where they lead," Memorues - "Left or rnght??", May 6, summer of "75," H.H.S., Sk: weekend, EGR, BURR, Florida, CS. pool, New Years Eve '77, Gr. Dances Dean Aaron Rose "lf a man does not keep pace wuth his companuons, perhaps It is because he hears a dlfferent drummer. Let htm step to the musuc he hears, however meass ured or far away." Memorues -- football games, par- tues, summer of '76, no more classes, "l-leyy'know" 'irvfr' Cundy Lee Rubun 'ln all the world, there is nothtng more worth wnnnung than the aughter and love of frnendsf 'Vlemorles - Punk Panther, Nhat's lt's face, snowballs and skl slopes, munch out, 'Tiger,' laugh attacks wtth Carla and Liz, 'smlle' you're on my candld camera I Eluzabeth Rufo "My dreams that aren't as empty as my conscuence seems to be, I have hours only lonely my love as vengence that's never free." Memorues - M8tM's, "gums," Valerle Marne Ruccla Val "Happy tnmes and bygone days are never lost, they only grow more beautlful wuthln the heart that keeps them." Memories - HEAVENLY HASH, evening of Fllcks, "1uulce," "zewo," talks by the flre, "FAG," J.T. Con- cert, summer "76," Hey Jude, Car Doors, "euuw," the Cape, summer "77" Polntdexter, summer "76," for- ever gold, T,B.N.D., 12710776 Valerie Mary Rufo Val "How happy the frnendshlp that turns to love, how sad the love that turns to fruendshlpf' Memorues - April Fool's 1977, oh what a nlght, the car, memories of Mr, G's class, the Cape, partyung wuth the gang bv auf Robert John Ross Bob "The harder the effort, the greater the reward," Memorles - Oct, 2, "the Rock les," F G. vs Needham, JL, BURR, Uthe Beatles" Robert Paul Sack "Let a smlle be your umbrella and yourface wall rust." Memorles - Cove at 8, blrd watchung agaun, Joe?, C M., KM., D.M,, and J.B. 83 Richard Salaices Ma ryiane Sa mson Nli "If you want something very, very much, let it go free and if it comes back, lt's yours forever. If it doesnt it was never yours to begin with." Memories --- good times with BCD., April I0, summer of 77, partyl, "Hey Gail, I got out early," Timothys Too is Loreto Joseph Salvucci Larry "lf you don't get it from yourself, where will you get it?" Memories - the Table, Rocky, the flicks, C.C. and track Kenneth Sanborn Ken Memories - Bonito at 7:00, the Cove, member of the SHG, nights at the Party Spot, the Drug Store, BB. and SC. Christine Mary Samra Chris "Be yourself, but be your best self. Dare to be different and follow your own star." Memories - memories of Burrr, WFD - May 6th, 84th St., DC, DS in onset, 1110, C4 irlj, S.S. and S., and color G. ofcourse! Gregg Sampson ' Samps "Will I live tomorrow? Well I just can't say, but I know for sure, l'm gonna live today." Memories - Hey Santall, the unknown Musketeer, the Cape, L.D., and close friends always Michael Stephen Sanclemente Mike "I've taken my fun where I've found it." Memories - the Table, St. Pat's, neighborhood football games, studies, "67" chevelle, movies F Carol Ann Samra Sabby "We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing while other: judge us by what we've already done." Memories - May 6th, Burrr, J.A. down back at S,M.'s, T.R.'s Tri umph, Jimmies f.j.'s, Pom-Pom's Joey G.'s green eyes, martin Pumpkins in Sudbury!! e Joseph Paul Sannicandro Joe "Send in the cIowns." I I I- I Judith Scata Judy "From the opium of custom to the ledges of extremes don't believe it till you've held it. Life is seldom what it seems, So lay your heart upon the table and in the shuffling of dreams, remember who on earth you are." Memories - Mexico, March 30, the big H, good times with Special Friends Karen Irene Sebastian "You who are on the road must have a code that you can live by, and so, become yourself because the past is lust a goodbye." Memories - Noses 76, Italy 77, Aaay rubber duckiel, P.F., mint, Hey, are you small?, Track 76, funny laugh, PBJ, Jr. B-man, Sophomore Bio, "you guys, these things take time!", Lurierl, ELK David Alan Schafer Dave "Ou: peut dire le faux et le reel." Memories - YUMMM's, Sec- tions are two or more pieces, Rackets have no hope in a madman's hand, Merc, wfzits Meryl A, Schwartz "Into my heart's treasury I l Richard Scherbarth Dickie "Sportsmanship is a virtue of the great." Memories - Vega - "Bondo," timed miles, the big G.W., summer of 77, Stables, Uncle Dave, Lynch, Warm Up! Brenda Lee Schleis "Love's like the measles - all the worst when it comes late in life." Memories - memories of beauti- ful ltaly, Sweet Sixteen, Italian Class Thomas J. Seneca! Tom Memories - at the club, fisha ing, flying RC. slipped a coin that time cannot take nor a thief purloin - oh, better that minting of a gold- crowned king is the safe-kept memory of a lovely thing." . mfg? i Caron Myra Shapiro Schlep "Don't worry about what's ahead. Go as far as you can. From there you can see far- ther." Memories - Schlep, Chinese food book covers, friends, memories Erin Suzanne Shaw "The answer is that sweet refrain, unheard it always will remain, beyond our reach beyond our gain." Memories - Marcia's lst party, wheeler'S, CONCEFlTS!!!, crusin' Main St., New Year's Eve 75 76 lrrrwinl, K.R.'s van, groupies trips with L.H., memories of L.M. J.M., Fl.F., and D.G. 1 r 1 Donna Kristin Shea "Keep your eyes to the sunshine and you won't see its shadow." Memories - the aquaduct, BURR, 1, 2, 3, JUMP!, light house beach, cheering, Thanx, N.L.!, S.A.Y., Bagles8i Sugar, Night Ter- FOI' U Kevin G. Shortt Shorty "Many times l've been alone, many times l've cried, but anyway you'll never know all the times I've tried." Memories - lst goal?, BURR, you guys are jerks, don't talk to me for 5 days, I am too 5'7", E. Mass Champs? env' ur Freddie Lynn Siegal "Somewhere in the tomorrow of tomorrows, all of us will be a part of someone's nostalgic musings." Memories - summer nights, not that much fun, the mystery mus- tang, labs, how rudel, hundred thousand dollar bars, "I did it on purpose, really!" 86 ..q-vi' I I . 1 i it Jill Ann Sheehy "l am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today." Memories - always laughing, "wicked doy," ltaly, summer of 77, "HEY, HEY, HEY," Caldors, "McDonaId's sounds good," the Jr. Prom, weekend parties, "down the cape," downstairs party- ing with R.C., Roe 81 Laura Jay Robert Sibel "The olive grove of Academe, Pla- to's retirement where the attic bird trills her thick warbled notes the summer long." Memories - Chuck's party 76, Ground Round, the Wiley Graph, cookie, the library, summer '76, untangling lab aprons, Tagway, Friday dinners 2? Nancy Shorey "As long as you have a window, life is exciting." Memories - the three of us and D.M., keep cool, Carol, the Ground Round, Duxbury, and then what happened ug'---P Anne E. Sidlo Sid "Maybe there are seasons, and maybe they change, and maybe to love is not so strange." Memories - the front, a JP hug- ugh, Shaboorn or bust, foreverl, meeting in Carey 3, we all love 21, BO and BS, Caravelle and M8iM's, the one on the left, Sophomore Bio, wickedamint, the carnival, scrambled eggs, dignity, always dignity Andrea Wendy Shear Andy "Dismiss a suspicion and replace it with trust." Memories - Nantasket Beach, Lake Cochituate, the backyard, 99, Florida, May 6, 1977, D.O., I said ooo ooo weee, parties Alan E. Shulman l l i l l i i i l i l l l l i l i Q l l l i 'i Memories - driving to Montana,l Skiing, Glacier National Park, th el table, HoJo's and the Snack Bari Ga ng Linda Beth Silverman "There is a need to be more than just a reflection. I am what l am." Memories - fun at the news, paper routes with Beanie, J.H.J.V.A.B., Kavanaugh Sisters, John "75" l l i l .' fl., 1-0' ny Eric Andrew Sinisalo "My memories will live forever," Memories - cards in the cat, crowded corridors, friendly teach- ers Jeffrey Lee Smith 4 Jeff Things turn out for the best for those who make 'L ' Joanne Snyder Jo "ln some ways l'm like everyone else, in some ways I'm like some- one else, in most ways l'm like nobody else." Memories - memories of the neighborhood, Peanuts, Parties, Florida with J.C. and N.N., the B.B., S.F., our senior year, we love it!, friends that are fun, and yo! Michael E. Sloane Mike Memories - Cape Cod, the town beach, the Reeds, Sloana B, the Back Porch nur-" Timothy W. Smith Tim "You never know what is enough until you know what is more than enough." Memories - C.Y.O.'s, D.A. in the morning, babbling, "What's up?", fondest memories of KC. '0 Cheryl Ann Smith Blue Eyes "Better a heart full of love, than a mind full of knowledge." Memories - Special memories of M.H., the T-Bird, May 6, 1977, Thanksgiving "75" Suzanne Snook Sue "Time passes much too quickly when we're together laughing." Memories - New Year's Eve 77, Ocean City, BSL, Champs, Jun' ior Prom, time bomber, hopping down the hall, Shaka, Colour my world, Yes concert, Spooky, Emer' son's french onion soup Belinda Sitomer John Edward Smith Jackie "The height of a confidence is standing in a hammock," Memories - the Stables, P A Where's Herbie, L.G,T.S.U., Meat balls can't be bounced '!""'D Deirdre Anne Sobey Dee "I will remember photographs, watercolors of the past," Memories - 'lJust for the fun of it," 8 4th st., C.S,, D.C, in onset, J.V.S,, 172 of the dynamic duo, C.G. and pregame practices, "There's no lights" Anne C. Sobol "Every man's life is a fairy tale written by God." Memories - colorguard and rainy day games, "greenies," Chuck, R. at Woodfield, J.A., N.A.J,A.C., D2ll5, Remedial art, IHOP, S.W.C., B.K., "Peeper" i' David St. George Saint "Long you live, high you fly, smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry, all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." Memories - Cruisin in the Star- ship, Zappa '77, Summer trips, Maine, the mountains 88 .V .4 A. David Sodekson "A person who is never required to do what he can- not do, never does what he can do." Memories - Capris are easy to total CB.M.J, Lenny, the old neighborhood Carolyn A. St. Martin Saint "There are no strangers only friends we haven't met." Memories - Summers on the Cape, M8tM's, grilled cheese and tuna, memories of great times with PF. and GK., Scatal, gym- nastics, pumpkins and S.P.S. William F, Southworth Kelly F. Spiri "Day to day, year to year, you only live once, so why cram it all together?" 'fix I Peter M. Starrett Jr. "Youth is a beautiful dream, but its sweetness is enslaved by the dullness of books, and its awaken- ing is a harsh one." 4. Wendy J. Spivak "Cherish yesterday, live for today, hope of tomorrow." Memories - Aqueduct, S.A.Y., magic changes, creature double feature, Israel "76," the Long and Winding Road, HoJo's and sum- mer B.B, games, CC, all right S.D. Joseph M. Stebbins Joe "What were once vices are now habits." Memories - Cafe athletics, "The Place," N.H. and summer of 77, Sundaysl, Key Club, The Rectili- nears, Sparks, Pizmo, Friendlip, Iet's go out to lunch, dances lost." Ronald Stevens el Rono "Do it up and see what tomorrow brings." Memories - parties and Florida, skiing at Sugarloaf, 65 olds, crui- sin in the starship, Zappa "77," senior week Paul James Sullivan P.J. "Walking down this rocky road wondering where my life is lead- ing, rolling on to the bitter end." Memories - Sundown 76-77, Cape 76-77, cruisin in the star- ship, "Norton," Pink Floyd "77," Yes "76," Butterum George B. Strelke "Go for all the gusto in life." Memories - C.Y.Q.'s, wheelies '77,' Zappa '77,' Pink Floyd '76' Jill Noreen Sussman Jill "What we gave, we have what we spent, we had what we kept, we Susan J. Stumpf "Fly away through the midnight air, as we head across the sea, and at last we will be free." Memories - Forever D.Z., E.F.M.8t B.S., Golden Nugget Teri Faith Sulkin "We too often love things and use people when we should be using things and loving people." Memories - Skiing, B.V., rainy football games, "Hey you guys!", guarding at TL, cross country, did you?, AO, orange Datsey, Ter- rence Michelle F. Sutton "You can be angry because rosebushes have thorns, or you can be grateful because thorn- bushes have roses." Memories - Good times with J.H. and C.H., Italy 77, Bloop, Junior Prom and down the Cape with P.G.F. Memories - Drive-in, Summer nights, Boring, Just cause I'm his sister, absent again?, sixty-four, chicken soup in lab's David L. Swartz Dave "We shall find all precious substance in the hearts of those who are precious." Memories - Jr. math destruction, Remember me?, two year vacation, but l came back, c'est la vie, Blub Jacqueline T. Sweeney Lynn "l am and know and will, I am knowing and willing, l know myself to be and to will, I will to be and to know" Memories - Frank R, good times in earth science with P.M. and S.M., the Cape 89 Paul Tabol Tabs "Good things come in small pack- ages." y Memories - Football at Oakville . . .The Starsky Mobile. . .good times in the caf with Starsky and Bucky. . . Kc-vin J Thompson Kev "To what was, tt: what is, .and to what might bv" Memories lrlf-lvr1's Plafe' 90 Douglas T. Tamasanis "College, buying a stairway Laury Taricano "Unfortunately, the "weirdo" is to heaven." Memories - Nights at the party spot . . . member S.H.G .... the drug store . . .Boneto at 7:00 Evelyn Mary Tilger Ev "For every window, a flower, for every life a dream." Memories - The Cape '77 . . . Needham Boys - Yuck . . . The one that got raided . . . Merrill, Marty and anyone for tennis . . . Are grasshoppers edible, V.M., and B? . . . Bye soda pop and gram. slowly becoming extinct. I guess l'm just doing my part in the struggle for survival." Memories - Contact Dermatitis . . . Sombreros . . . B.R.C. . . . Tequilla and Tomatoes . . . autumn . . . C.S. and N.Y. "76" Party in 61 . . . skiing the Alps . . . Montreal . . . Zappa . Suzy Creamcheese "77" Gisele Thibault "Life and knowledge are eter- nal." Memories - Red and white, thirty six's all right! . , .yellow and white of a special night . . . please help with scenery for the play . . . having super friends was the only way! Victoria M. Tobin Vickie "I can't believe I ate the whole thing!" Memories: Partylat the Cherry Lounge . . . York Steak House . . . O.T.R .... Memories of M.W., P.P., J.W., J.G., M.S. Donald R. Taylor Jr. Don y "Do whatever you want as long asf you don't hurt anyone and don't. get caught." l Memories - L.K. . . . L.G.T.S.F., Hitler . . . the stables . . . the field . . . Little F. you can't bounce a meatball . . . hockey M l ET L. Juanita A. Todd J.T. Old hopes and young memories are hard to come by, but the best way to find happiness is in trust." Memories - H1975-78" . . . Dee. . .Junior and Senior Proms . . .The Gang. . . Hey sis, don't forget tonight!" ii in Keith I. Toucey Jr. "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing." Memories - the armory . . . State Street . . . Missing the mats . . .A strange white car. . . Good-natured, dedicated. Jeannine Diana Tunmann "As now can't reveal the mystery of tomorrow, but in passing will grow older every day." Memories - Drago . . . Burr . . . Farm Pond . . . Cheering . . . Day Parties . . . Hemenway . . . Aqueduct . . . Marion Guys . . . S.A.Y., W.H.A .... S.L., J.M,, D.C., J.T., . . , Prom '76 . . , ln the Mood . . . Memories of P.F.. . .Mand M's. . .Cama- ros. My Nw-.2 John F. Tracy "lt's not how you play the game, but whether you win or lose." Memories - lOOOth . . . Needham, 65-64. . .Tuesday and Friday nights . . . South- Quincy, 69-67 . . . Last sec- ond. . .D.B.. . .14-4. Anne Barbara Tursky "Rotten Little Kid" "Lord, don't lower the mountain, just give me the strength to climb it." Memories - Hmec with Mrs. G. . . . Lady MacBride, . . 1- 2-Annie Oke. . .H.L.'s Sound Effects . . . lsrael 1976 . . . Costumes . . . Dave's little sister . . . cheap shots and Big chicken. ! Marie Louise Trudeau Ree "Always remember, nothing dries faster than a tear." Memories - Bermuda '77 . . .great times with S.B.. . . Going Crazy with R.B., M.S., D.M .... F and D Girls' Rooms. . . Partying . . . Chef's Course. . .E.R.2A.M. . . .G.S.-A.O., B.C., T.K., D.M. So., WI"-'Y' Nicholas Patrick Triano III Nick "Time keeps on slipping - into the future." Memories - MFV1 . . . TF . . . Summer Theatre . . . "Long and Winding Road" . . .Groucho. . .Jokes inthe pit. . . Craig's Beach . . . discus . . . Armory and bus rides home. al -q"":'f"? .g!'a.T? Susan Tutko "I meant to do my work today, but fun held out its hand to me, so what could l do but laugh and go." Memories - JRFR, MLAABW, MCCPN, NOM, Geek the horse, Stokin heaven, MLSSB, Drapers dh-4 QTr1v If Q9 Karen Cecelia Tricca "There are in the end, three things that last: faith, hope, and love, and the greatest of these is love." Memories - Miss M's class . . . A cappella . . . School Musicals . . . Summer '77 . . .working at FriendIy's ja-0 Stephen M. Udelson Steve "The time to relax is when you don't have time for it" Memories: K5O-942 . . . The Great Circle . . . "Stand Tall" . . .Paxton PaIace." 91 Isabella Vagnini Issi "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and sorry I could not travel both, and be one traveler, long I David B. Weeks Jr. stood and took the one less trav- eled by." Memories - '71"74, the pits, Italy, K36, Arizona, Camaros, Sharks, F-Girls, weekends, N.Y., "Downhill Boogie," the Fort 'L Matthew Verrochi Matt "Confusion will be my epitaph, as I crawl a cracked and broken path, if we make it we can all sit back and laugh . . Roberta Diane Waxman Burda "As soon as you learn to trust yourself you will know how to live." Memories - quiet and sweet, memories of Caldors, "l'm hun- gry," paranoia at its best, "My hair will trizz!", summer of '77, weekend parties Richard Lee Vanzandt Rich "My education and friendship with others have grown greatly over the years." Memories - Mr. DeIl'Olio's class and Mr. Houmere's class Richard Wadness Rich "Find your place in the sun." Memories - Destined, California bound, Rickles, Carlin and Martin, Tennis bum, Crazy, B.A.T.Y., Progressively stupid Elizabeth Ann Varga Liz "Don't stop thinking about tomor- row, don't stop, it'll soon be here, it'll be here, better than before yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone." Memories - Birthday Picnic May 22, 1977, Home Ec with Mrs. G., Cruisin on Saturday nights with K.H. and D.O., Feh and Buff, Mr. B's Angels, St. Pats James Edmond Wallace Jr. Jim "I know you believe you under- stand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant." Memories - O-60 in how many seconds?, Bob?!?, "a" 304 in that?, "You've got to be kidding!", Garage doors, the studio, Cruisin '77 Peter M. VanHeest "ln life, as in golf, the attempt to do something in one stroke that needs two is apt to result in taking three." Memories -the Table I Q! Virginia Marie Verrochi Gina "lf a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however meas- ured or far away." Memories - "Zewo," Jr B Man, training for the World Cup, sight- seeing, Midas, Tanglewood, Ver- mont "If you don't stand up for some- thing, you'll fall for anything." 92 , Laura Weissman "Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead." Memories - Tennis - States '76, Alfalfa sprouts, California, skiing the Alps, Party in 4:61, Thumpertown Rd., Cape Cod, Amy Beth Yolofsky Bflafl T- YOUUQ E.S.P., breaker 1-9, sailing from ' Montre Maine, al, a sauna? Thomas J. Wilkes Tom Memories - Keefe 3 years, Fri- day nights, Chef's course, endless studies in the Caf, Dick "lt is a mistake to look ahead. Only one link in the chain of des- tiny can be handled at a time." Memories - Sophomore Biology- G.G.-Star Wars, x-country '76l', S.K.'s parties, cotillion '75, S.A.Y., walking in the rain, W.H.A., Ruthie dream on B.S., "lt's soaked," memories of T.M., D.J., M.W., D.W., S.K. and morel, Woe and Heyl, Canada '77 partyl, "Boogie Fever" X Paul L. White "Losing is the essence of life." Memories - T-Bone, bulletman, the human bullet, memories of losing and losing and losing - Catherine A. Wood Cathy "You never really leave people you love. Part of them you take with you, leaving part of you behind." Memories - aqueduct, S.A.Y., BURR8iP.W., "Tonight's the Night," squeaky, flips, cheering, Night Terror, S.S8iS., S.P.S. x, A.: , X , 5 i, Mark F. Wilder Memories - Maine, Cape "77," F.N.B.D.A., "Rattin" around Framingham, Exams at Niel's, 'Roll' Lenny," S.P.S. David Harold Woodworth Woody "As we go off into the wild blue yonder." Memories - career info. center, lst half of yy and zz, Spanish field trips that never were, CAP, Mrs. Foley's Spanish 3 class '51- Brian Welling Fargo "Your brother may not always be your friend but your friend will always be your brother." Memories - Parties in the pool room, the old neighborhood, Teenage Wasteland, the breakfast run, my little red bike, S.H.G., the mask, Rebel Yell at uns., Gary Paul Wilson 'Everything is funny, so long as it happens to someone else." Memories - the table, Rocky, neighborhood, Flicks i fab "Never let your education inter- fere with your pleasure." Memories - The same broken locker for 3 years, 2nd period small engine class, high price at lunch VI? Bruce Jeffrey Zenlea "Whenever you reach a goal in lite, set a new one." Memories - senior year, iunior year, summer ot 77, working 4 yrs., the library, Cape Cod, the LeMans. Debra Susan Zuk Debbie "Life, lreedom, and thought are three entities in one eternal self, which neither vanish nor pass dWdY Moinorws - Good Times . Bermucla, summer 77, Israel summer 78, "Hey Zeb!" Baystate, fire drills on Route 9, "Hello Betty!" 94 Joel A. Zimmerman Zimbo "lt doesn't matter how you hold your pencil, as long as your writing is legible." Memories - Fellow sickies R.M. and M.N.. . .M.F. vi . . , friends in Hudson . . . the mole . . . unique noises with T.G. . . . Rollerskating . . . Memo- rial Day 77 . . . John St. Playground. Thomas F. Zinck uZvi Memories - F.N.B.D.A. 213, Oct. 28, Beth, Eastham, Chisolm a I Burr, New Year's at Johnsons, Maine 77, Flips, Rolling Lenny, guzzling. . . Jeffrey A. Zisk "Friends are the wine of life" Memories - Cat. athlet- ics, the place, L.S.L.B.F.C., Munchkin Land, small peo- ple, l.H., Proceed and then stop to go!, U.S.Y., lsrael, Walsh Football. .1 P S 'E X 'Sui gi Peter Douglas Zornik "Your chance may only come once, so make the most of it." Memories - Latin with Mary F. . . .Milwood St.. A .Braintree 57 5' W! Mary Ellen A. Zwonik Zwnnk "Some men see things and ask 'why?' I dream things that never were and ask, "why not?" Memories - Zwink . . . at mac D's. . .CB and the "Looneys" . . l107 . . , Saturdays in the mud. . . H.H., J.Z., RM., M.N., PF, N.T., and TG. at Hopkinton, "We're gonna throw you in!". . . Monty Python , . . Pinto Power! . .E.J. and Chicago. . . 12197 76. .RH. and Harvard. 4777. . .Football pool Pictures Not Available Roland Behrmann Charles Bonelli Todd Bruenell Karen Conrad Joan Cunningham Mary Devincent Mike Dixon Greg Dow Russell Howard Laura Mahoney James McHugh Joseph Mellone Roland Navfal Ronald Perry Page Proctor Cyndi Rodgers Billy Santoro Hugh Young I shall pass through this world but once, Any good, therefore, that I can do Or any kindness that I can show To any human being Let me do it now. Let me Not defer it or neglect it for I shall not pass thisway again Unknown IN ivisivioizv OF g JEFFREY R. JOHNSON AND wlLuAM McCU9KER 95 "YOU NEVER HAD IT SNOW BAD . v ' r On Tuesday, February 7, 1978, Southern New Eng- land suffered the worst storm of the century. ln one 24-hour period, a record 23.6 inches of snow tell, with a total accumula- tion of over 30 inches. As a result, school was closed in Framingham tor one week. A state of emergency existed for 4 days, finally ending on that Friday. Storm pictures courtesy ot South Middlesex News Photographers: Bill Edmunds, Ric Geher, Rob Weisman, Elizabeth Perry. 96 . U ' ,. Q71 A "5 sw iQ ' ,T QW I 1: f, 7555? gg 5-ffl Q 43" " " O ,' 5123? -h :f?"fi' 551' wa 5, fw . -.NIH fs' J gp a w' v "5" ,U i as in lx I fv- 9 . I ix Q ' 'vi i ' 1 .n 'x 4 1' . w 'X "' '? s i f' 7 7? ' ?f ' gurl A' ... 1 A 4 4 . 5. f 33 -4 .ww-11' ,- V V 'I i ' 1 'i Q x " 4 W :S I A ,A V V -4. 1. Q '- A N 1- 1 I I m L In F i Q. 14, I P V if? s ll HD MOST DEDICATED YDLANDA NUNLEY DAVID HARTNETT MOST INTELLIGENT AUDREY HELFANT JAMES GOLDQTEIN BEST LOOKING DONNA CULGIN PAUL MATTHEWS MOST TALE NTE D GISELLE THIBAULT ERIC HARD l H MOST FRIENDLY LISA PAPPAS TOM HDPKINS MOST ATHLETIC MARIANNE MILETTE JEFF SMITH 7 MUST CDMICAL LAURY TARICANO TOM CLARK K T .a f,'f'o' j Z, N.-' ' i" WNV i 'Qing , I MOST REQPECTE D mu HEGARTY BOB ROSS I 978 ARCHON QUEEN PRINCESSEQ f L-Q-,,." This Year's Queen Chosen bg: Algonquin Regional High School. Norlhborough. MA. Abel, Thomas - Adamski, Robin - Pep Squad 1, Drama Club 1, Newspaper 1, Pom-Pom Girl 2, 3, 4, Commu- nity Action 3, 4, Steering Com- mittee 4. Albright, Rebecca L. - Basket- ball 1, Softball 1, 2. Alongi, Gina - Alongi, Rosemarie - Anderson, David - Wrestling 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Antonucci, Anthony - Freshman Hockey 1, Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 3. Anzalone, Merrillee R. - Field Hockey 1, Lacrosse 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Student Government Day 1, 2, Soccer 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Basket- ball 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Student Representative to Grievance Committee 3, Com- mittee Action 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Arnold, Darling R. - Pom-Pom Girl 3, Co-Capt. 4. Atwell, Kim J. - A Capella 1, 2, Marketing and Retailing 3, 4. Aube, Denise M. - Lacrosse 1, 2, Fashion Show 1, 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, Junior Workday 3, Archon Assistant Edtior 4. Banker, Robert F. - Basketball 1, 2. Barbash, Steven M. - Student Government Day 1, Key Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. Bardsley, Scott - Barker, Wendi J. - Fashion Show 1, 2, Steering Committee 1, Performing Arts Club 2, 3, Community Action 3, 4, Student Government Day 3. Barnicle, Kathleen - Baron, Lisa - Community Serv- ice 3, 4. Barton, Paul - Barton, Roger O. - Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2. Bater, David - Cross-Country 2, 3, Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3. Batey, Cynthia L. - Fashion Show 1, 2, Competitive Play 1. Batzer, Mark - Football 1, 2, Swimming 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2. Baum, Diane - Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Perform- ing Arts 1, 2, Beck, Adrienne B. - A.V. Club 3, 4. Behrman, Roland - Bell, Luanne J. - Community Action 1, 2, 3. Bernstein, Debra - Pep Squad 1, Performing Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, Competitive Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Serendipity 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, Com- munity Action 4. Berryman, Robert W. - Gymnas- tics 1, 2, 3, 4. Bilsky, Edward G. - Lacrosse 1, Competitive Plays 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, Student Flepre- sentative tothe School Commit- tee 4. ACTIVITIES Bird, Joseph - Bird, Roseanne - Cheerleading 1, 2. Blitz, Amy E. - Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Competitive Play 1, 2, 3, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Colorguard 2, 3, Soccer 3, Co- capt 4, Lacrosse 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Bonelli, Charles - Bonvini, Ann M. - Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Pom-Pom Girl 4, Com- munity Action 4. Borer, Donald C. - Lacrosse 1, 2, Steering Committee 2, 3. Bradley, Todd - Braithwaite, Donna M. - Compe- titive Play 1, Metco 1, 2, 3, 4. Bridge, Martha A. - Steering Committee 2, Cheerleader 3, Community Action 3. Briggs, Andrew - Swimming 2, Musical4. Briss, Judith H. - Pep Squad 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Steering Committee 4. Brodie, Jeffrey I. - Tennis 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Basketball 1, 2, Spartan 1, 2, 3, 4, A Capella 1, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League Trea- surer 2, 3, 4, Competitive Play 3, 4, Serendipity 3. Brody, Sharon R. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, Archon 4. Brooks, Michael D. - Key Club 1, Secretary 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Community Action 3. Brown, Geoffrey F. - A Capella 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, Indoor Track 1, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 4, Library Aid 1, Community Action 3, 4, Archon 4. Brown, Maureen - Soccer Co- Capt. 2, 3. Bruenell, Todd - Bruning, Ann C. - Community Action 3. Bubello, John - Football 1, Hockey 1, Lacrosse 1, 3, 4. Buchanan, Billie Beth - A Capella 1, 2. Buckman, David W. - Key Club 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 42 Indoor Track 4, Outdoor Track 4. Buckminster, Douglas - Basket- ball 1. Bumpus, Bonnie - Field Hockey 1, Pep Squad 3, 4. Burke, Sheila - Field Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Community Service 1, P.A.C.E.R.S. Club 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Track 4. Burkis, Carole A. - Bush, Gregg - Soccer 2, 3, Byrd, Sharon D. - Girls' Swim- ming 2, 3, A.F.S. 2, German Club 2, Pep Squad 3, Commu- nity Action 3. Cabral, John W. - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4. Callaghan, Sean E. - P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. Callanan, Mary A. - Cheerlead- ing 1. Candis, Deborah - Community Service 3. Cantor, Steve - Serendipity 1, Editor 2, Chess Club 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 3, 4. Carp, Randy L. - Carter, Kathy - Carter, Susan - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Community Action 4. Catani, Karen - Chamberlain, Betsy - Chapnik, Denise - Community Action 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. Chisholm, Christopher C. - Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,4. Chiverton, Deborah - Church, Judith - Basketball 1, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, Archon Staff 4. Clark, Thomas - Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Cobb, Diana M. - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, Archon Staff 4. Codyer, Noreen - Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Community Action 3, Swim Team 1. Cohen, Neil- Swim Team 1. Cohen, Paula - A.V. Club 4. Colcord, Tracey A. - Community Action 3. Conrad, Karyn - National Honor Society 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4. Cooper, Shari L. - Gymnastics 1, 2, Mgr. 3, 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey Mgr. 4. Cormier, Denise M. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leading 2, Junior Variety Show 3, Community Action 4. Cosby, Joseph - Cotto, Patricia - Cournyn, Mary Jane - Cronin, Janice G. - Fashion Show 1, Pep Squad Co-Capt. 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Italian Club 4. Crossley, Cynthia A. - Key Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Culgin, Donna - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, Junior Variety Show 3, Archon 4. Cunningham, Joan - Daboul, Michael - Dadmun, Donald - Daley, Maureen A. - Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, Community Action 3, 4. Dallamora, Jean M. - Basketball 1, 2, Community Action 3, Steering Committee 1, Soccer 2, 3. Daly, Bruce H. - Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Daly, Christopher L. - Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. ' D'Angelo, Pamela A. - Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Spartan 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Archon Staff4. Davis, Kathy - Band 1, 2. Davis, Linda K. - Community Action 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. Club 3, 4, Dawson, Walter F. - Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3,-4, Steer- ing Committee 2, 3. DeAngeIis, Joseph A. - Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, Italian Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. DeFilippo, Joseph J. - De Luca, Carla M. - Tennis Club 1, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Spartan 2, 3, 4, Serendipity 3, 4, Task Force 3, Variety Show 3, Archon 4. De Shaw, Paul - Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, De Vincent, Mary - Diamond, Paul - Soccer 1. Dickie, Janet - Dietz, Carol A. - Dionis, Charles L. - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Out- door Track 2, 3, 4. Dixon, Michael - Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. Doelitzsch, Gabrielle - Dolaher, Robert - Baseball 2, Dolan, Christopher - Dow, Gregory - National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4. Dowd, James - Band 1, 2, A.V. Q, 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement ,3. Downing, Kathleen M. -- Soccer 2, Community Action 3. Doyle, David - Hockey 1, Wres- tling 3, Drobnis, Carol - Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, ltalian Club 3, Community Action 4, Archon Staff 4. Dubnow, Harold P. - Chess Club President 1, 2, Vice President 3, 4. DuBois, Mary - Duggan, Paul F. - Key Club 3, Treasurer 4, Variety Show. Duncanson, Heidi A. - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Junior Work Day 3, Archon Staff 4. Duprez, Christine M. - Junior Variety Show 1. Dusek, Carla - Eads, Christina V. - Student Gov- ernment Day 1, 2, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Italian Club 2, 3, P.A.C.E.R.S. Club 2, 3, Pep Squad 3, Variety Show 3, 4, Student Council 3, Treasurer 4, Work Day 3. Eastman Tracey A. - Intramural Tennis 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Junior Variety Show 3, Junior Work Day 3, Tennis Team 4. Egginson, Richard - Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross- Country 2. Elias, Brian L.- Engelman, Eileen B. - Commu- nity Action 3, 4, Steering Com- mittee 4, Key Club 4, Archon Staff 4. Engels, James R. - Football 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Key Club 3, 4, National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Community Action 3. Englar, Ruth E. - Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Key Club 4. Everett, Leslie A. - Maiorettes 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. Fangman, Anne M. - Basketball 3, 4, Softball Co-Capt. 3, 4, Soc- cer 3, 4. Feintuck, Karen P. - Variety Show 1, 2, 4, Director 3, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Color- guard 2, 3, 4, Steering Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4, Community Action 4, National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. l-Tner, Lisa S. - P.A.C.E.R.S. 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, Track 3, 4. Finger, Laura E. - Pep Squad 1, Community Action 3, 4, Steer- ing Committee 3, 4. Finlay, Jeanne M. - Volleyball 2, Community Action 4. Fitzgerald, Christopher L. - Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Steering Committee 3, 4. Fitzgerald, Shawn - Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Htzpatrick, Marianne J. - Swim- ming 1. Flanagan, Michael F. - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Key Club 4. Fleming, Barbara J. - Flynn, Maureen A. - Forman, Dean - Foumier, Judith L. - Pep Squad 1, Tennis Club 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Variety Show 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 4, Archon 4. Foy, Sharon L. - Metco 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Student Govern- ment Day 1. Foynes, Roger N. - Cross Coun- try 1, Hockey 1, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 4. Fradette, Charlene M. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball Mgr. 3, 4, Track 2, Mgr. 3, Volleyball Mgr. 3, Community Action 3, 4, Serendipity 3, Com- petitive Plays 3, 4, P.A.C.E.Fl.S. 3, Variety Show 3: Student Council 4, Archon 4. Frantzen, William M. - Football 2, Wrestling 4. Frazier, Frank - Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Vari- ety Show 3. Freedman, Shari M. - French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Community Action 1, Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, Steer- ing Committee 2, 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2, 3, 4, A Capella 2, 4, Archon 4. Fretwell, Colin J. - National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Fritch, Robert - Fulton, Valerie L. - Serendipity 2, Asst. Edtior 3, Editor 4, Ger- man Club 2, Secretary 3, Steer- ing Committee 3, Community Action 4, French Club 3, P.A.C.E.R.S. 3, Competitive Play 4. Funk, Jon A. - Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Jazz Band 2, 3, 4. Fusco, Steven R. - Hockey 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Performing Arts 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, 4. Gallagher, Arthur J. - Wrestling 1. Gallagher, Joseph F. - Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, Junior Variety Show 3, 4, Foot- ball4. Garvin, Jennifer - Gately, Lynn M. - Field Hockey 2, Pom-Pom Girl 2, Community Action 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Steering Committee 4, Archon Staff 4. Gately, Patricia A. - Spartan 1, 2, 3, 4, Serendipity 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanisl' Club 1, Community Action 4 Gaudet, Kimberley A. - Gymnas- tics 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Community Action 3, Archon Staff 4. Gediman, Daniel A. - A Capella 1, 2, 3, Junior Variety Show 1, P.A.C.E.B.S. 1, 2, Community Action 3. Geller, Gary M. - Cross Country 1, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Archon 4. Gentry, Daniel W. - Georgii, Ursula - Field Hockey 4, A.F.S. 4. Gerding, Joanne M. - Indoor Track 1, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Co-Capt. 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Competitive Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, German Club 3, Archon Staff 4. Germain, Thomas J. - Wrestling 1. Giangregorio, Alan P. - Soccer 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Italian Club 2, Gymnastics 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Community Action 4. Giles, Edwin S. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, Junior Vari- ety Show 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Summer Show 3. Guisti, Mark J. - Key Club 1, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4. Glick, Tracey L. - Tennis Team 1, Spanish Club 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Student Gov- ernment Day 2, Junior Variety Show 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Goldstein, James - A Capella 1, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Compe- titive Plays 1, 2, 4, Junior Clas- sical League 2, Vice President 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, President 4, Spartan 3. Gomberg, Allan - Gonthier, Gayle M. - Colorguard 3, 4, Community Action 4. Gonthier, Glen R. - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Gordon, Kenneth S. - Lacrosse 1, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. Gordon, Michael S. - Student Council 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4, Indoor Track 1, Outdoor Track 1, Tennis 2, 3, 4. Gottesegen, Lori - Performing Arts Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Graham, Peter - Tennis 2, 3, Astronomy Club 2, 3. Gramenelles, Elaine - Steering Committee 1, 2, Community Action 2. Gray, Robert L. - Outdoor Track 1, 2. Greer, Jacqueline M. - National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Beautification Pro- ject 4. Greer, Richard J. - Cross Coun- try Track Team 4. Gregorich, Carla E. - Community Action 3, 4, Grove, Lawrence - Grove, Leslie C. - Pep Squad 3. Grudzinski, Susan M. - A Capella 1, 3, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2, 3, 4, Ser- endipity 3, 4, Drama Festival 3, 4, Competitive Plays 4, Archon 4. Gumm, Richard E. - Gymnastics 1,GoIf 1, 2, 3, 4. Gutierrez, Maria E. - Steering Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, 4, Soccer 4, Community Action 4. Haberman, H. Robert - Debate Team 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2. Hamilton, Aileen M. - Mixed Chorus 1, Student Government Day 1, Pep Squad 1, Variety Show 1, 3, 4, Steering Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Colorguard 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Community Action 4, Student Council 4, Archon Staff 4. Hamler, Elizabeth L. - Commu- nity Action 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Archon Staff 4. Handlin, Cheryl L. - Junior Vari- ety Show 1, Pep Squad 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Glee Club 1, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Color- guard 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Commu- nity Action 4, Student Council 4, Archon Staff 4. Hannah, Katherine - Polyglot 1, German Club 2, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fiction Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Chess Club Secretary 3, Debate Team 4, Serendipity 4, Spartan 4, Steer- ing Committee 4. Harber, Judith M. - Pep Squad 1, Variety Show 1, 3, 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Hard, Eric C. - National Honor Society 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Harrington, Colleen M. - Track 1, Performing Arts 1, 2. Harris, Jonathan - Wrestling 1. Harris, Randy - Hartnett, Norman D. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Haskings, Charles - Soccer 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. Hassler, Richard M. - Tennis 1, 2, Capt. 3, M.V.P. 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3,4 Hatch, John F. - Tennis 3, Soc- cer 1, Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. Healy, Kevin F. - Hockey 1, Jun- ior Classical League 3, French Club 3, Serendipity 3, Commu- nity Action 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Competitive Plays 4, Math Club 3, Archon Co-Edr tor 4. Heaton, Deidre - A Capella 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 4. Heffernan, Kathleen A. - News- paper 2, Steering Committee 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Hegarty, Teri L. - Pep Squad 1, Lacrosse 1, Basketball 1, 2, P.A.C.E.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, President 3, 4, Volleyball Co-Capt. 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Competitive Plays 2, Key Club 3, 4, Music Club 3, French Club Secretary 3, Italian Club 3, Jun- ior Variety Show 3,4 Helfant, Audrey L. - Serendipity 2, Editor 3, 4, P.A.C.E.Fl.S. 2: Community Action 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Hickey, Elizabeth - Community Action 4. Himml, Susan - Steering Com mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Color guard 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Hogan, Larry - Football 1, Wres tling 1, Soccer 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. Holland, Ellen J - Steering Com mittee 1, Performing Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Fashion Show 1, 2, Community Action 3,4 Holmes, John H. - Holmes, Kathleen H. - Commu- nity Action 2, 3, Track 3. Holmes, Peter - Hookway, Doug - Soccer 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Hopkins, Thomas E. - Soccer 1, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2. Howard, Hollis A. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, President 3, 4, Musical Show 2, 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4. Howard, Russell D. - Huffman, Brenda L. - P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, French Club Treasurer 3, Serendipity 3, 4, Spartan 4, National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Community Action 4. Hurley, Kathy A. - Steering Committee 4. Hurst, Heidelinde - Hyson, William - Iannarilli, Alfredo - Wrestling 1, Football 1, 2. Jackson, Judith A. - P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Maiorettes 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, Softball 2, Junior Variety Show 3, 4. Jarret, Terri - Field Hockey 1, 2, Soccer 3, Community Action 3, Junior Variety Show 3, Lacrosse Mgr. 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, A.F.S. 3, 4. Jasurek, Judith M. - Maiorettes 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Junior Variety Show 1, 2, 3, Competitive Plays 1, A Capella 1, Performing Arts 1, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4. Jenkins, Joseph A. - Hockey 1, 2, 4, Football 4. Johnson, Darrell B. - Track 1, Basketball 2,4 Johnson, Stephen E. - Football 1, 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4, Hockey 1. Johnson, Yvette R. - Basketball 1, Student Government Day 1, 2,3. Kabler, Lisa V. - Community Action 3, 4. Kadish, Peter S. - Football 1, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Kadish, Scott - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1. Kaplan, Mark D. - Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4. Kapsalis, Gina - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Colorguard 3, 4. Karibian, Ellen - Katz, Michael - Katz, Neal - Basketball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 4. Kaufman, Andrew S. - Kaufman, Laurie - Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleading 1. Kavanagh, Darlene M. - Keller, Stacy - Community Action 2, 3, 4, Kelly, Bryan - Steering Commit tee 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Baseball 1, 2, Co-Capt. 3, Capt. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Tri- capt. 4. Kennen, Leonard S. - Kilbridge, Thomas J. - Tennis 1, 2, Golf Team 2, 4, Archon 4. Kiley, Michael A. - King, Rhonda L. - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 1, Tennis 2, Community Action 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Cerebral Palsy Telethon 3, 4, Archon 4. Kirk, Paul - Bicycle Club 1, Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Kissane, Margaret T. - Kanpp, Laurie B. - KnePP, Victoria M. - Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Lacrosse 4, Archon Staff 4. Knight, Elizabeth F. - Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Com- munity Action 4, Junior Variety Show 3, Archon Staff 4. Komola, Robert E. - Krouner, Mitchell S. - Soccer 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Ladd, Kelly - Lamberson, Frank - Lampke, Alison H. - Performing Arts 3, Community Action 4. Lampke, Barry - Lane, Stephanie - Pep Squad 3, 4. Larrabee, William - Latshaw, Carol J. - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Archon 4. Latshaw, Janet A. - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Archon 4. Lawrence, Elvina L. - Student Government Day 1, 2, 3, Metco 1, 2, 3, 4, Boston Globe Scho- lastic Art Exhibition 1. Leach, Cheri E. - Leavitt, Helene - Lebold, Carol - Leinberry, David C. - Soccer 1, 2, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3. Lemmon, James L. - Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. Lenick, Andrew S. - Soccer 1, 2, Swim Team 1, 3, Outdoor Track 3, 4, Indoor Track 4. Leonard, Anne T. - Lesser, Andrea D. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Commu- nity Action 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Levine, Scott G. - Soccer 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2. Liner, Robin - Chorus 1, Swim- ming 2, Steering Committee 3, 4, Colorguard 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 3, 4, Key Club 4. Long, David S. - Swim Team 3, 4. Liordan, Elizabeth - Band 1, 2, Musical 1, 3, Track 1, Soccer 2, 3, Serendipity 4, Community Action 4. Lothrop, Susan - Softball 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 3. Lott, Christopher - Hockey 1. Loughman, Joan P. - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Colorguard 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Archon Staff4. Lovitz, Susan - Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, A.V. 1, 2, 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2, 3, 4, Commu- nity Service 3. Lowe, Nancy J. - Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, Pom- Pom Girl 4, Community Action 4, Archon Staff 4. Lundblad, Heidi - Band 1, 2, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3. Lurier, Susan C. - Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Softball 2, Track 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Luz, Robert F. - Student Council 1, Baseball 1, Football 2, 3, 4. Lynch, David P. - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Key Club 3, 4. Lynch, Josephine - Pep Squad 1, Community Action 2, 3, Soccer 2. Lyon, Gregory - Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4. Macura, Stephen P. - Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Maginnis, Thomas - Football 2. Mague, Deborah L. - Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 4, Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee 4. Mahoney, Laura - Mailhoit, Sharon - Manesis, Cheryl A. - Pom-Pom Girl 2, 3, Community Action 4, Steering Committee 4. Mannheim, David R. - Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Manning, Colleen A. - National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, Archon Staff 4. Manning, Thomas C. - Lacrosse 2. Marchioni, Karen R. - Marshall, Steven I. - Track Team 1, 2, 4, Hockey Team 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 1, Law Day 1, Stu- dent Government Day 1, 2, 4, Student Advisory Council 1, 3, Steering Committee 3, Junior Variety Show 3, Community Action 1, 2, 3, Archon Staff 4. Martell, Mary - Junior Work Day 3, Pep Squad 3, 4. Martin, Lori G. - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, French Club 3, 4. Martiniello, Susan M. - Variety Show 1. Martino, Elisabeth R. - Perform- ing Arts 2, 3. Martone, Bradd J. - Swim Team 1. Masucci, Bruce A. - Basketball 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Matook, Durinda J. - Pertorming Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, Archon Staff 4. Matthews, Paul L. - Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2. Maxwell, Laurie A. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Commu- nity Action 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Variety Show 3, 4. McAvoy, Patrick - Chess Club 3, 4. McDonnell, Kimberley A. - Steering Committee 3, 4: Archon Staff 4. McGeoch, Geoffrey A. - Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Co- Capt. 4. McGrath, Judith A. -- McGrath, Richard A. - McHugh, James - McKenna, Nancy - Performing Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4. McManus, Susan - Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee 1, Commu- nity Action 2, 3, 4. McNabb, Deborah A. - McNichol, Mary V. - Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Colorguard 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. McPherson, Maureen K. - McWeeney, Kenny D. - Meadows, David - Meaney, Michael T. - Wrestling 1, 2, Junior Classical League 3, 4, Community Action 3. Melanson, Maria M. - German Club 2, President 3, Math Club 2, 4, Junior Classical League 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Serendipity 4. Mellone, Joseph - Melvin, Richard K. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4. Mespelli, Shari - Milam, Susan E. - Steering Com- mittee 4. Milette, Marianne - Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. Miller, Mark J. - Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. Mills, Bruce - Mitrano, Nancy J. - Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Co- Capt. 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, Tri-Capt. 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, Junior Variety Show 3. Montalbano, Michael E. - Base- ball 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Montville, Deborah - Moon, Robert E. - Band 3, 4, Musical 3, 4, German Club 3, Music Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Jazz Band 3, 4. Mueller, Kathleen S. - Mulcahy, Patricia - Munch, Charles - Murphy, Stephen - Murtagh, Christopher - Nelson, Sandra J. - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, Junior Work Day 3, Archon Staff 4. Neshe, James - Indoor Track 1, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4. Newman, Wendy - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Perform- ing Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 1, 3, Colorguard 3, 4, Community Action 4, Archon Staff 4. Nickerson, Elizabeth - Lacrosse 1, Pep Squad 1, Steering Com- mittee 2, Community Action 3, 4, ltalian Club 3, 4. Nicoli, Christina M. - Nigberg, Beth - Tennis 1, Com- petitive Plays 1, 3, Pep Squad 1, Lacrosse 1, 2, Soccer 2, Community Action 2, 3, 4, Beautification Project 4. Nollman, Mitchell D. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, A Capella 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Junior Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Steering Commit- tee 2, 3, 4. Nunley, Yolanda J. - Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-capt. 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Lacrosse 1, Tri-Capt. 2, Tri- Capt. 3, Co-Capt. 4, Class Sec- retary 2, 3, Class President 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Com- petitive Plays 1, 2, Performing Arts 1, 2, Italian Club 2, 3, French Club 3, Junior Variety Show 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. 0'Hayre, Natalie J. - Pep Squad 1, Steering Committee 2, Com- munity Action 3, 4. Oleson, Judy E. - Owen, Denise A. - Field Hockey 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2. Owen, Diane M. - Field Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2. Pappas, Lisa C. - Community Action 2, Junior Work Day 3. Paridis, Jean - Parker, Dennis - Football 1, 4. Parks, Joel - Swim Team 1, 2. Paull, Thomas J. - Football 1, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Pelley, Richard S. - Hockey 2, 4. Penn, Rhonda L. - A Capella 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, Community Action 3, 4. Perkins, Cheryl A. - Perry, Elizabeth D. -i Muscal 1, Spartan 1, 2, 3, Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, ltalian Club 2, 3, Junior Variety Show 3, Community Action 3, Archon Co-Editor 4. Perry, Ronald L. - Peterson, Mary - Key Club 3. Pierannunzi, Kenneth A. - Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, 4. Pierannunzi, Shari A. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, Lacrosse 1, Tennis 2, Junior Variety Show 3, 4, Com- munity Service 4. Pinchook, Pamela M. - Softball 1, Italian Club 3, Steering Com- mittee 4. Pittman, Steven V. - Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. Polin, Beth A. - Indoor Track 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Community Action 3, 4. Polley, Pamela M. - Field Hockey 1, Softball 1, 2, Pep Squad 3, Junior Work Day 3. Powers, Rebecca - Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, Stu- dent Council 4, Spartan 4. Prior, M. Karen - Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Steering Committee 2. Proctor, Page - Pugh, John A. - Football 1, Out- door Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Quinlan, Mary Beth - Pep Squad 1, Community Action 2, 4, Jun- ior Work Day 3, Italian Club 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, Beau- tification Project 4, Archon Staff 4. Quinn, Ann Marie - Radlo, Ronald D. - Junior Classi- cal League 2, 3. Ramsbottom, Mary T. - Field Hockey 1, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Com- petitive Play 1, Community Action 2, Musical 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, Junior Classical League Secretary 2, 3, 4, Serendipity 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, A Capella 3, Archon Staff 4. Ramsland, Nancylee - Spartan 1. Ramunni, Mary Ellen - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Government Day 2, Junior Vari- ety Show 3, Junior Work Day 3, Archon Staff 4. Rawlins, Christle A. - Italian Club 2, Junior Work Day 3, Beautification Project 4. Reiter, Htomas - Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, Junior Classi- cal League 2, 3, 4. Remillard, Daniel - Cross Coun- try 1, Football 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. Riegelhaupt, Laura E. - Perform- ing Arts Club 2, Community Action 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. Rodgers, Cynthia - Rokas, Efthalia - Gymnastics 4. Rose, Dean - Football 1, 4, Math Club 2, Performing Arts 1, Archon Staff 4. Ross, Robert J. - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Co- Capt. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 3, Junior Variety Show 3. Rubin, Cindy L. - Spartan 1, 2, 3, Serendipity 3, Spartan 4, Competitive Play 1, Community Action 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, P.A.C.E.Fl.S. 1, 2, Italian Club 2, 3, Student Gov- ernment Day 3, Track 3, Music Club 3, Student Advisory Coun- cil 4, Archon Staff 4. Ruccia, Valerie M. - Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Colorguard 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, P.A.C.E.Fl.S. 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Variety Show 2, 3, Commu- nity Action 4. Rufo, Phyllis E. - Rufo, Valerie M. - Sack, Robert P. - Steering Com- mittee 3, 4. Salsices, Richard - Salvucci, Loreto J. - Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 4, Cross Country 2, 4. Sampson, Gregg - Key Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2. Samra, Carol A. - Field Hockey 1, Pom-Pom Girl 3, Co-Capt. 4. Samra, Christine M. - Field Hockey 1, Junior Variety Show 1, 3, A Capella 1, 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Colorguard 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2. Samson, Mary Jane - Sanborn, Kennety - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4. Sanclemente, Michael S. - Base- ball 2, 3, 4. Sannicandro, Joseph P. - Soccer 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3. Santoro, William - Scata, Judith - Steering Com- mittee 1, 2. Schafer, David A. - Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 1, S, 4, National Honor Society , ,4. Scherbarth, Richard - Soccer 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Schleis, Brenda L. - Tennis 1, Steering Committee 1, 4. Schwartz, Meryl A. - Italian Club 1, Community Action 2, Steer- ing Committee 3, 4, Key Club 4. Sebastian, Karen I. - Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Steer- ing Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, National Honor Society 4. Senecal, Thomas J. - Band 1, 3, 4. Shapiro, Caron M. - Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, Pep Squad 1, 2, Community Action 1. Shaw, Erin S. - Softball 3, Com- munity Action 3. Shea, Donna K. - Cheerleading 2, 4, Steering Committee 2, Community Action 4. Sheehy, Jill A. - Community Action 1, 2, Steering Committee 2, Italian Club 3. Shorey, Nancy - Performing Arts 1, 2, Pep Squad 3, Junior Work Day 3, Steering Committee 3, 4. Shortt, Kevin G. - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4. Shulman, Alan E. - Key Club 3, 4. Sibel, Jay R. - Track 1, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Serendipity 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, Junior Classical League 3, 4, Competitive Play 4. Sidlo, Anne E. - Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Siegal, Freddie L. - Steering Committee 2, 3, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2, Treasurer 3, Community Action 2, 3. Silverman, Linda B. - Sinisalo, Eric A. - Sitomer, Belinda - Sloane, Michael E. - Swim Team 2, 3, 4. Smith, Cheryl A. - Smith, Jeffery L. - Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4. Smith, John E. - Key Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Junior Variety Show 3. Smith, Timothy W. - Gymnastics 1, 2, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Key Club 4. Snook, Suzanne - Cheerleading 1, Lacrosse 1, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Community Action 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Junior Variety Show 4, Archon Staff 4. Snyder, Joanne - Pep Squad 1, Key Club 3, 4, Community Serv- ice 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 4. Sobey, Deirdre A. - Competitive Play 1, 2, A Capella 1, 2, 3, P.A.C.E.R.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Colorguard 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3. Sobol, Anne C. - Junior Achieve- ment 1, 2, 3, 4, Colorguard 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 4, Archon Staff 4. Sodekson, David - Baseball 1, Tennis 2, 3, 4. Southworth, William - Spiri, Barbara - Spiri, Kelly F. - Spivak, Wendy J. - Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, Junior Variety Show 2, 3, 4: Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 4, Community Action 4, Pom- Pom Girl 4, Archon Staff 4. St. George, David - Soccer 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Lacrosse 1, 2. St. Martin, Carolyn A. - Gymnas- tics 1, 2, Co-Capt. 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 1, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3. Starrett, Peter M. - Soccer 1, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3. Stebbins, Joseph M. - Key Club 1, 3, 4, Junior Work Day 3, Jun- ior Variety Show 2, 3. Stevens, Ronald - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, Lacrosse 1, 2. Strelke, George B. - Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Stumpf, Susan J. - Ski Club 1, 2, Key Club 3. Sulkin, Teri F. - Italian Club 1, Volleyball 3, Community Action 3, Archon Staff 4. Sullivan Paul J. - Sussman, Jill N. - Pep Squad 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, Community Action 2, 3, Performing Arts 1, 2, 3, Steering Committee 3. Sutton, Michelle F. - Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, P.A.C.E.Fl.S. 1, 2, Archon Staff 4. Swartz, David L. - Sweeney, Jacqueline T. - Tabol, Paul - Steering Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4, Spartan 1, 2, 3, 4. Tamasanis, Douglas T. - Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Taricano, Laury - Track 1, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2. Taylor, Donald R. - Football 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Soc- cer 2. Thibault, Gisele - Thompson, Kevin J. - Basketball 1, 2. Tilger, Evelyn M. - Bans 1, Spar- tan 2, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Ser- endipity 4, Archon Staff 4. Tobin, Victoria M. - Pep Squad 1, 2, 3. Todd, Juanita - Competitive Play 2, Junior Achievement 3. Toucey, Keith l. - Basketball 2, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Indoor Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4. Tracy, John F. - Baseball 1, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. Triano, Nicholas P. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, A Capella 2, Junior Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4. Tricca, Karen C. - A Capella 1, 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Performing Arts 2, 3, 4, Italian Club 4, Archon Staff 4. Trudeau, Marie L. - Junior Vari- ety Show 4. Tunmann, Jeannine D. - Cheer- leading 1, 4, Fashion Show 1, 3, Steering Committee 2, Junior Variety Show 3, 4, Community Action 4. Tursky, Anne B. - Competitive Play 1, 2, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Boston Globe Drama Festival 1, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, Mgr. 4, Fash- ion Show 1, 2, Volleyball 2, 3, Mgr. 4, Performing Arts 2, 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Tutko, Susan - Udelson, Stephen M. - Outdoor Track 1, 4, Junior Classical League 2, 3, Serendipity 4. Vagnini, Isabella - VanHeest, Peter - Golf 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4. Vanzandt, Richard L. - Varga, Elizabeth A. - Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Community Action 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. Verrochi, Matthew - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Base- ball 1, 2, 3. Verrochi, Virginia M. - Field Hockey 1, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Junior Variety Show 3. Vayda, James - Wadness, Richard -- Wallace, James E. - P.A.C.E.Fl.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, A.V. Club 1, 2, T.V. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Competitive Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. Waxman, Roberta D. - Gymnas- tics 1. Weeks, David B. - Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 1. Weissman, Laura B. - Tennis 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Swimming 2, 4, Basketball 1, Steering Commit- tee 2, 3, 4, Community Action 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Spartan 4, Italian Club 4, Archon Staff 4. Welling, Brian - Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4. White, Paul L. - Tennis 2, 3, 4. Wilder, Mark F. - Hockey 1, 2. Wilkes, Thomas J. - Vlhlson, Gary P. - Baseball 2. Wood, Catherine A. - Cheerlead- ing 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Community Action 4. Woodworth, David H. - A Capella 1, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, Spanish Club 1. Yolofsky, Amy B. - Young, Brian T. - Young, Hugh L. - Wrestling 1, 2, Community Action 1, 2, 3, Com- petitive Play 1. Zenlea, Bruce J. - Zimmerman, Joel A. - Competi- tive Play 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, Junior Variety Show 2, 3, 4, P.A.C.E.R.S. 2, 3, 4, Junior Classical League 2. Zinck, Thomas F. - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, Steer- ing Committee 1, 2. Zisk, Jeffrey A. - Basketball 2, Junior Classical League 3. Zornik, Peter D. - Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Zuk, Debra S. - Pep Squad 1, Track 1, Steering Committee 3, 4, Junior Variety Show 3, 4, Community Action 4. Zwonik, Mary Ellen A. - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, Secretary 3, Vice Presi- dent 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, A Capella 3, Community Action 4. - QW 1 Q I "W I I f ...J ll 7 X VI W If N M A -K J I my ' 4 r n fn ,,fWZ1,! Q5 1, ' , gf X, 6 '4 ' 1 I ' 1 4 K Nr A . fix? lx .3 I , ill 31 I Q fllifx , Y-F' 3 ,xx QF X., lflfllx X Win 7 XQ 25, 7 w X T 1 fi XW"g,ib xxx ,V -l-Z R xx f Y X X X X Q xi!! XX w A f I 2, X, l 1 ' , lx 45' M X 'ifu Avi' ARCHON ml Front Row: Denise Aube, Ass't Editor, Elizabeth Perry, Co-Editor-In-Chief. Second Row, L-R: Nancy Lowe, Wendy Spivak, Wendy Newman, Durinda Matook, Karen Feintuck, Amy Blitz, Carla DeLuca, Terri Hanlon. Third Row: Kim Gaudet, Cheri Handlin, Janet Latshaw, Carol Latshaw, Aileen Hamilton, Joan Loughman, Mary lVlcNichoI, Susan Himml, Rhonda King, Merrilee Anzalone, Pam D'AngeIo, Anne Sobol. Fourth Row: Anne Tursky, Judy Fournier, Anne Sidlo, Sandy Nelson, Lynne Gately, Chris Eads, Sue Lurier, Colleen Manning, Karen Tricca, Heidi Duncanson, Dianna Cobb. Fifth Row: Beth Quinlan, Joanne Gerding, Shari Freedman, Sue Grud- zinski, Charlene Fradette, Carol Drobnis, Lynne Hamler, Cindy Rubin, Liz Knight, Tracey Glick, Donna Culgin, Terry Sulkin. Top Row: Dean Rose, Joe D'Angelis, Steve Marshall. EDITORS: CO-EDITORS: Elizabeth Perry, Kevin Healy ASSIST. EDITOR: Denise Aube SENIORS: Karen Tricca BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE: Donna Culgin FEATURES AND ACTIVITIES: Sue Himml REFLECTIONS: Carla DeLuca FACULTY: Sue Grudzinski BUSINESS: Andrea Lesser SPORTS: Amy Blitz, Geoff Brown PHOTOGRAPHY: Cindy Rubin ADVISOR: lVlr. Dussault lI2 1978 P iw Elizabeih Perry MW Denise Aube Kevin Healg Mr. Dussauli Vt Q fx l an-an AL I Y , Y 84 4. ., Advisor - Miss Raine Our deepest and sincerest thanks to our adviser, Miss Raine, who has given ner time and dedication to us these past four years. SENIOR STEERING CDMMITTEE OFFICERS: L to R: Pam D'Angelo, Secretary, Val Ruccia, Vice-President, Miss Raine, Advisor, Karen Sebastian, Trea- surer, Yolanda Nunley, President. nl! BOM ' . s. 334 -A I ,gi 'lil T' ini., tx 1 "5 1 V Q.mk"',.f-- l , ,, 74 ,fa x Lg , . , 4 ,,., ,. c " , -, ., , , 1, ,. fi l ,,! , if . 4 li' JUNIOR STEERING CDMMITTEE , ,,,,-4 , ff Q-9 I 0 - -.K X .J OFFICERS: L-R: Cheryl Goldberg, Secretary, Tom Crabtree, President, Barbara Balboni, Vice-President Stephanie Berman, Treasurer. Front: Mr. Antoniol, Advisor. E ,A -M S 2' Q,1.T':::u, 5 D 4' ' -If Q ' -' 1-zvfglgg l Advisor Mr. Buell 5 I ' 5 QGPHDMDRE -uf OFFICERS: L-R: Paula Thomson, Treasurer, Alan Brody, Vice-President, Donna Midura, President Bolu Yee Secretary Z f . s 4 ? .S J nil: si dns would uni K' President- Nancy Travis Vice-President - Louisa Eifrig Secretary - Cindy Allcroft Treasurer - Freddi Siegel Advisor Mr. Schlickman 8 f X ACTIDN .I . Az' Front Row, L-R: Anne Sobol, Jean Finlay, Cheri Hanlon, Aileen Hamilton, Joanne Snyder, Gai Quinlan, Liz Varga, Kathy Heffernan, Betsy Lordan. Second Row: Shari Pierannunzi, Stacy Kel Hamler, Rhonda King, Wendy Spivak, Nancy Lowe, Laura Fligelhaupt, Cindy Rubin. Third Row: Mespelli, Joanne Gerding, Meryl Shwartz, Merrilee Anazalone, Freddie Siegal, Jill Sussman, Da I Gonthier, Wendy Newman, Karen Feintuck, Cathy Wood, Donna Shea, Beth ler, Brenda Huffman, Gina Verrochi, Laurie Maxwell, Colleen Manning, Lynne Ellen Karlbian, Carol Drobnis, Lisa Kabler, Lynn Gately, Judy Fournier, Shari vid Buckman, Val Fulton, Mr. O'Brien. l2l i S v,.2 x... , w- NIV. O'DOn9lI -Advisor OFFICERS: QL-RJ: Jeff Brodre, Vnce-Pres., Hredr Sobol, Treas., Karen Luz, Secretaryr Missing: James Goldsteun, Pres NATIONAL HGNOR SOCIETY O5 tl, 55 , 0,49 ta ,X 15 I Q--.Y - Front Row fL-RJ: Karen Tncca, Mary Rarnsb0ttom,FIu1h EngIar, Judy Fournuer, Chrnstune Eads, Karen Fenntuck, Brenda Huffman, Carla DeLuca. Back Row KL-RJ: Greg Dow, Jeff Brodie, Yolanda NunIey, Dave Schafer, Joe D'AngeIIs, Cohn Fretwell, Laura Rvegelnaupt, Susan I-Ilrnml. J U N I O R ll w.1Uf Front Row QL-RJ: Merle Hanfling, Susan Mead, Caryn Ginsberg, Karen Luz, Sarah McDonald, Marcia Belmonte, Nancy Travis, Joanne Kalin, Sudhir Jain, Loren Heiny, Layne Heiny. 2nd Row fL-RJ: Louisa Cinamon, Julia Junkala, Annegret Schneider, Seth Rosenoff, Heidi Sobol, Paul Efthim, David Bromfield, Paul Grant, Richard Kraft, Paul Henell, Matthew Stone. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS LETTERS OF 1- COMMENDATION Debra Bernstein Douglas Buckminster Paul Frink Valerie Fulton Larry Hogan David Mannheim Micheal Meaney Joel Parks Thomas Reiter Laura Riegelhaupt Joseph Sannicandro David Schafer Evelyn Tilger Jeffrey Zisk SEMIFlNALISTS: Mary Ramsbottom, Greg Dow, Also Audrey Hel- fant, James Goldstein fnot showny. 123 STUDENT .J QM-ft Front, L-R: Kathy Dillon, Chris Eads, Teri Hegarty, Gina Verrochi, Merrilee Anzalone, Pam D'Angelo, Aileen Hamilton, Nancy Savage. Back Row: Sarah MacDonald, Nancy Travis, David Bromfield, Anne Sobol, Cheri Handlin, Mike Gordon. The Student Council has provided many services for both l the school and the community this year. It organized the election of student officers and representatives, coordinated athletic rallies, and managed the school store. The council has been successful in fund raising drives, donating food baskets for lO families at Thanksgiving and food, clothing, and toys for 107 families at Christmas. Most recently, the student council participated in the Cer- i ebral Palsy Telethon. They held a combined North-South i Dance and raffle which raised money for cerebral palsy. Stu- dents also answered phones and displayed talent on the telethon. ADVISOR: Mr. Hannigan OFFICERS: Front: Teri Hegarty, Pres., Mike Gordon, Vice-Pres. Back: Chris Eads, Treas., Merrilee Anzalone, Sec. l24 I NKXIYH 'wlHl'v- 'I karl nal .lb by 1 -51' ruff? Vw nrr " Saturday, Jnnuafv 28 1978 ' F051 B pm 11 pm 5 b J f uc Gym O2 no ow-..1.4 Us, ,N -,-,. Y ,.....--Q f-ya gum 1' f 'M 1. ' I Wh MSW' ,bra F' N: o,,, ' '97, 'rw -I QQ Ooh., 'fm .1 CDUNCIL v, 1 V! "'--...AN . . --Q...,4, .1 -'-M144 :.-'- 6 .t- ,,. '41 -iff, 7"'f?ifi3, K FRENCH CLUB 2 . y -' gy . ,W H First Row, L-R: Karen Traub, Pres., Karen Theophlle, Vuce'Pres,, Sheryl Silver, Treas., Robun Grtnker, Program Dtrector, Susan Weunstetn, Sec., Mass Oluva, Advvsor. 2nd Row: Louusa Cunnamon, Make Daboul, Kathy Hannah, Arlene Strauss, Audrey Un, Shara Aranoff, Joanne Kntght, Kristen Cummungs, Nancy Savage, Shan Freedman, Susan Ftemlllard, Jodre Siegel, Kath: Holmes, L-R: Jannce Cronln, Lee Ann Polner, Carol Brossi, Carla DeLuca, Laura Weissman, Judith Scanna, Karen Walter, Jean NlcAvoy, Roseanne Costa, Carolyn Greene, Barbara Spin. 2nd Row: Barbara Whut- lock, Refreshment Commuttee Chatrwoman, Brenda Schleis, President, Sue Wennerberg, Treasurer, Luz Nrckerson, Vice-Presudent, Chrls Carey, Secretary, Karen Tncca, Publlcnty Chaurwoman, Advisor - Muss Oltva, ., 3 W . ff ,Y f . N- vw, 1' WP' r.,r',,.-- Y i ,tw ,, .,,4, 4 ,. 4. ,' "if, ,,.,, 3, uw, .rr ,1.j1.., ' A 2 WM. W f 37 7' 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 summer or a year in a foreign country. Terri and her friends l,'1?::1 AFS "Z"l'T- Ursula Georgii is our A.F.S. student 'gh Terri with her Chilean sister, Leysa, Terri Jarrett spent a year in La Calera, Chile. She lived with the Ricardo Retamal Araya family, and attended the Liceo co-educa- tional de hombres de La Calera. Terri enjoyed her stay in Chile very much and hopes to return someday. She also is planning on her Chilean sister, Leysa, coming to the United States to visit soon. this year. She is from Ulm, West Ger- many, and resides with the Tafuri family in Framingham. Uschi likes North High and finds everyone very nice, especially the teachers. She plans to return to Germany at the end ofthe school year. , w ' ,,,,4, ?f 'b64i3 5 f 4, 4 1 V 7 2' 1 1 5, af' 2 ' f -"'-Z' EDITORS: REGULAR FEATURES - Sheila Burke, Evelyn Tilger SPECIAL FEATURES - Karen Luz, Louisa Cynamon BOY'S SPORTS - Paul Tabol GlRL'S SPORTS - Sue Snook ADVERTISEMENT - Scott Bennett BUSINESS - David Raphalian COMPSOSITION -- Tim Norton MANAGING - David Brorntield LITERARY - Valerie Fulton ADVISORS: Miss Thompson and Mr. Capuano "N-N .M In lf: nf F t L-R: Sheila Burke, Karen Luz, David Bromfield. Front Row, L-R: Karyn Ginsberg, Sue Mooncai, Carla DeLuca, Paul Tabol, Sheila Burke, Cindy Rubin L-R: Paul Tabol, Louisa Cynamon, Valerie Fulton. Louisa Cynamon, Merle Hanfling, Laurie Morgan, Debbie Miner. Back Row, L-R: Julia Junkala, Pam D'An gelo, David Bromfield, Karen Luz, Jeff Brodie, Sue Grudzinski, Val Fulton, Shara Aranoff. fe Q-5 -f 3 . -a Seated L to R: Kathy Hannah, Paula Belingg Judy Aaronson. Standing: Oodie Pilzer, Pete Dateo Sudhir Jain, Jordan Rubinovitz, Erich MacKenzie, Mr. Hayden, Advisor, Beth Hannah Matt Toback, Andy Davis, Ashoke Goswami, Atef Abdou, Charlie Rams- bottom Kate Lambert. 'Vw -z r --4 L to R: Andy Stahl, Kathy Hannah, Ed Harris Ccoachj, Laura Schneider, fCo-Capt.J, Beth Hannah, Elyse Ranart CCo-Captj, Joe Cosby, Shara Aranoff. Absent: Stu Goldberg. A L V53- I .,,,,. fn' 4,-P4 M lr 1 fl L CIENCE FICTIDN CLUB vu--n-was-nav Front Row CL-RJ: Miss Thompson CAdvisorb, David Smith, Beth Hannah, Kathy Honnan, Annegret Schneider, Matt Toback, Mr. Hayden fAdvisorJ. Back Row QL-RJ: Jordan Rubinovitz, Louisa Cynamon, Julie Junkala, Peter Dateo, Ashoke Goswami. MATH I :QQ CLUB JXTZY' First Row QL-Ry: Kathryn Hatch, Audrey Dow, Paula Bellin, Kate Lambert, Judy Aaronson, Susan Brodie, Beth Hannah. 2nd Row: Steve Rosenthal, Sudhir Jain, Mr. Quinn, Advisor, Paul DeAngeIis, Matthew Stone. yi 5 I -A THE SCHOOL STORE C8 xl A If W- F9 wg' x' '- fx ef X ef' , f Sue Lurler, Tern Hegarty, Joan Loughman, Chrls Eads. TYRANNO9 INCORPORATED THE A.V. CLUB ..n"x J Rx J I ,f , 1 K' ADVISOR: Mrs, Croteau MEMBERS: First Row, L-R: Davld Doppler Susan Lovutz Adrienne Beck Peter Varga Second Row: lan Campbell Karl Glesen Sharon Marshall Mrs, Helen Croteau Advisor David Apple Third Row: Gary Dublnsky Andy Goodwun l 131 MOEA Ellixi W Front Row, L-R: Doug Phillips, Anne Marie Silva, Teri Sulkin, Ruth Englar, Maureen Flynn, Mary Beth Celorier. Back Row, L-R: Richard Van Zandt, Pat McAvoy, Janice Cronin, Judith Church, Brenda Casperson, Kathy Barnicle, Dianna Cobb, Ellen Karibbean, Nancy McKenna, Janet Latshaw, Andrew Canter, Mr. DeIIioIio, Advisor. The Massachusetts Office Education Association is a national organization comprised of high school students preparing for business oriented careers. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE - I OFFICERS: L-R: Mary Beth Celorier, treas, Ruth Englar, pres., Dianna Cobb, sec., Anne Marie Silva, historian, Q gi ,X l .NE OFFICERS: Paul Henell, Pres., Susan Davis, Sec., Karin Theophile, v. 7 'Q pres., Kathy Hatch, treas. Cmissingj. 'in I x 5 W ina. Q '52, A f"'7 5 1 'W v 1 " vi 5 H E I sf, ' M ' ' lj ,a ' f ' . 45 Q1 . VA I Q: , V f '-Q A X V , bw I W, Yi l 0 I 3 H. ii' '92 ,cyl . ". q x ps 4.1. 'vgivfill .sigiaxvv -. sl ' 11 ' kt- li' . ' ' i.N su 41, . s i qrgnw z . . I mi' D 9 xg, -,' J ' '41 . in s. .' - . 6 . . .. X: i of 4 't X' A v . ,-Q ' 5 65' fn 1- 'QL' 'Q '. ' "4" -e ' , Q 1 I g . W z' 'vs rl' IQ' f Q A Y. x ,.r'i'?, ws., W ".a - x,g . w ' fa, 4 451.2 - ju' 'S fi: yr 4,5 ' . 1 -4 . ' wi 'f .-,qt -'- -- . ' -A ' ff. ' mi 3,f.'!154 'A 4-ng. - - 'I lv'- ,PL D' Q v H 1 V' ht I , . 1 ' In 127 .xv ,j 5. I Q' 1' X ' r N. ' 1' T' Q J h' n all Qi-Qi xg J' ' 4 .n O U 6 t s 6? J I 1 vi A . 4 Q 5 . w. 'Yu F Ir' -N ,. .3 ' I' F 3 Lv' . G c 0331 '? PRINCESSES: L to R: Nancy Lowe, Jennifer Garvin, Donna Engler COueenJ, Wendy Spi- vak, Juanita Todd QNot Shownj. 'YYVV ' f? 'ffgc4.M- :-, 6 .,.,m,Q,:i,k. ng. V gg, ,, . W " fx ,Q .yckqx F' 4 , ' . " S ff i " ' f 4 -I ww ,1 .. ll' 45 1 rf' .lxq ,. '? w T I I 1 x w . AWWA ,1 I I X ,, .Q Q H ,M x 57,2 W K Y JK J 2 3 r , . .1 4 3 1 I Q 4' ,nf . -3 YY I-02 1-3 WQWQQ IIIIH ' fe ' , Iywnw-Law ..v, fi ,ily uv Ml., fi NO. N0. NANETTE Hubbg 6o::25Blues S 6 MARCH 30. 31 APRIL I. 1977 'F ii 2 A Oaaeivy 7 l if ', 'ff '- iff. I H L ..'4 ., '.-q,1s4:2g 1 S f' 9 'if iifffffiiejff 2'2"-Cf Qhbnjfgli as: fl: . -,' Q -2555 ' Eff'-"42J'P ' Q,xx 1 'I A1 ' +A O e-34:55-251-rf T,-clqgty 5 l 5 ,vga gf 1 , ' I -:vga 2.33.1 X, if-'f' 1: " ELTJHM 5, Afszfaltkygl-'j'f:l'i ":5'1.:,'fiL'. 4- "n'."s-" ,. Q 22152 re, :V A.:.l1'J 1 ,'.1i:'f!ta."Zf,.n'i?:'1r.h Besi Acior - Andg Berman Besi Aciress - Marcia Winer Qupporiing Ac+or - lan Helfanf Supporiing Aciress - Marcia Belmonie Characier Acior - Jeff Brodie Producers Award - Charles Marram All Siar Casf - Nancg Travis, Merle Hanfling. Que Nevins. Sue Wennerberg. Sharon Marshall, Amg Rubin D FRESHMAN PLAY "DROP DEAD" SOPHOMORE PLAY "ONCE UPON A PLAYGROUND" Bssr PLAY JUNIOR PLAY "THE UGLY DUCKLINGV' -Q 'r ,1 4 DEPARTED f"',w if 4 S' in 2 r Z f , Lf -.I .....:4:..... , .4-f"? .,..,.-f- 1, Y f' ' .!' G X. rx- " U o Y f I X 129' W f--C ,H I I 1 5? 1 C . K 4 . 6 1 w . uf fe W5 34' AH 1 Q f ,S 5, gg y. Z 'Q --L v - ' I L 1. f I , A4144 I4 "You name ii 'cuz we eouIdn'+" The 1977 Junior Varieig Show Daiez Februarg IO. I I, IQ Direc+ed bu: Karen Feiniuck Produced bg: Ken Pierannunzi .- .. 3 A. I 5 .Ia 2. I I PIZZAZZ JUNIOR VARIETY SHO Direcforz Karen Theophile Producer: Ginng Bar+IeH 1978 "E4:.4,, Advsior Mrs. Phillips gum- , ,Sie -. ., 941, .. 1. f , r, mm? Mb.. -rf"'.f'5" , ,A First Row, L-R: Jeff Brodie, Charles Marram, Ginny Bartlett, Holly Howard, Doreen O'Flourke. Second Row: Susan Katz, Brenda Adams, Martha Mailhot, Diane Fritch. , ,,.,, ,, .,,, -we ..,, "jf"'l:?7J5 r--J A?5,,,.,.Q,-W, MUSIC A CLUB ,.. J 1, if OFFlCEFlS: L-R: Holly Howard, President, Mary Ellen Zwonik, Vice-President, Fx Richard Kraft, Treasurer, Mary Ramsbottorn, Secretary. Louisa Cynamon, Miss Conway, Advisor, Holly Howard, Mary Ellen Zwonik, Dawn Engdahl, Ricky Baye, Marcia Winer, Howie Supnik, Ed Bilsky, Patty Zwonik, Bob Moon, Diane Hurlbut, Richard Kraft, LaVonna McKinzie, Alice Long, David Apple, Mick Sachs, Mary Flamsbottom. 1 146 Advisor - Miss Conway JAZZ BAND sm, 1 Jn-n, 13121149 First Row, L-R: Howard Supnik, Dawn Engdahl, Scott Burg, Gary Davis, Kerry Wadsworth, Todd Zola. Second Row, L-R: Adam Shulman, Paul Spivak, Charlie Flamsbottom, David Flaphelian. Third Row, L-R: Andy Funk, Mike Cohen, David Bromfield, David Apple, John Olszewski, Mike Flay. First Row, L-R: Chris Chaplin, Doreen O'Rourke, Sue Bamvakas, C. Borgia, Thomas Hopkins, John Heineman, Beth Plaxco, Nancy Tamosiunas, Ann Silver. Second Row: Dawn Langeians, Arlene Strauss, Audrey Helfant, Debbie Zallen, Martha Mailhot, Karen Hellstrom, Therese Fistetto, Debbie Minor, Ginny Bartlett, Katy Burns. Third Row: Sherrie Tafuri, Karen Shapiro, Ellen Erickson, Sue Katz, Brenda Adams, Holly Howard, Cindy Allcroft, Linda Allcroft, Kathy Dillon, Merle Hanfling. Fourth Row: Susan Davis, Terry Rodgers, Shari Freedman, Joanne Tarlin, Elaine Vasil, Laurie Boudreau, Sandy Bleach, Janet Sper' anza, Kelly Lott, Debbie Stacie. Back Row: Judy Pugh, Fred Adair, Charles Marram, Richard Johnson, Andrew Funk, Scott Humphrey, David Gaffin, Cindy Long. l47 A I . ..,. fr' 4-,' . 7 1 ,. ' f I U.: fjv ' ' fav' D' 1 149 ,.-. ' N-' Mu." ., - V- . , 2 ff M , --,-W. . -' , . , , . " ' 'X . ',xnQj 17 . Front Row, L-R: CCo-Capts.J Leslie Everett, Judy Jasurek. 2nd Row, LR: Beth Lacey, Janet arni, Lisa Mascioli, Susan Gallagher, Susan Mead, BQ!!-lyllins Debbie Touney, Eileen Healy. 3rd Row: Maureen McPhee, Susan Lovitz, Judy Jackson, Carle, Fitzpatrick. .1 Co-Capts. Leslie Everett, and Judy Jasurek ,f,,.f4 vi., ,, N N 1 , W f x J ," "X ' T4 ,-fi, , J -. A .4 . .fy-.5 . 1 . .-I t .h , lf . ,. ig.,-J . df:l,hui!L':'4::, .',. mia- Q V 3 -A it if if t ,:.A E.',:f?,.gf,A.K:l' ' fi,-fri' t1'ffZ: .31f.l2il1'Flbi5i4i37'i :wi Feature Twirler - Leah Edwards y.- . , Q, g , . 3 -W hz f 1 nl l W I 7 7 I I l Co-Capts. Karen Prior, Ann Comisky l xx i CHEERLEADERS 111 ' U, i . , lfqfifl sv? v f ,. 9 wail 5-.-an-ns, 1. l- nl'- Front Row, L-R: Co-Capts. Karen Prior and Ann Comisky. Second Row, L-R: Ellen Lubin, Julie Bryant, Leila Daley, Terri Cooper, Diane Taricano, Dori Shortt. Back Row, L-R: Patty Joyce, Beth Pavia, Donna Shea, Cathy Wood, Jeannine Tunman, Debbi Paquette, Kathy Dillon. ii ii li i ini-ilk. l 'H li ,i A Front Row, L-R: Shari Cammarata, Nancy Paquette, Merryl Goldstein, Chris Healey, Cathy Lynch, Renee Athas. Top Row, L-R: Mrs. Lauginiger, Advisor, Debbie Caplan, Dee Burrell, Chris Anderson, Sandy Zazzera, Lisa Flobidoux, Chris Carey, Andrea Rufo, Joanne Balboni, Sue Otenti. -i ll A All " A. Q 1 H ' fl , Gb l 'Q l I , K ' i' l Q .4 ' Front Row, L-R: Nancy McDonald, Jane Gariepy, Carol Gromberg, Deirdre Sobey, Chris Samra, Brenda Casperson, Robin Liner, Mellisa Woodward, Sarah McDonald, Laurie Nordquist, Lori Donlon. Back Row, L-R: Donna Chaplin, Sandy Carroll, Cheryl Goldberg, Laurie DeShaw, Heidi Sobol, Laura Abbott, Kathy Slattery. i 4. m,,pu-naar" " i Q if A i i A i it in L i i V A I g X i . lx, I pf' H Q . ,E - x , ,J i 1 X 1 f f 5 ' ' , , i .iz2.j+. EY Q , 6 W 3 2 A , l a A i gf. 1 - "3 I ' 1 A ,, ' ,i " .fxf I ef ' A I ' g H ' L-Fl: Mary lVlcNichol, Val Fluccia, Pam D'AnQeIo, Anne Sobol, Sue Himml, Joan Lough- 152 FTIBH. E I i , - i . . ., 1 l 3 , Co-Capts. Aileen Hamilton, Cheri Handlin 1st Row: A. Bonvini J. Gould K. Escne N. Camprell Co-Capt. D. Arnold Co-Capt, C. Samara V. Colluns A. Bennett J. Forgit S. Berman. 2nd Row: S. Tobus J. Nichols D. Fnngold L. Fitch L. Jlnlfs J. Mooncal ' l . f. Q .S Co-Capt. Carol Samra Co-Capt. Darllne Arnold Q I .M 1 5 mm- w 0 N29 f 5 23:1 . 5! PEP SQUAD "Sw . 26 1' QQ, 38' ff' . gli R. Adarnskn K. Burell J. Dlvlco J. Lund D. Flschel A. Gennaro. 3rd Raw: D. Greenfleld J. Rubin L. Duress W. Spnvak N. Lowe S. Mooncal K. Fitzgerald M. Lapeters L. Bowman D. Churchlll. if - :-bi " XX YW? 51 0 31 -xo s f Nm , , . 55 , : P 'Q Q ""--g 5 I If I ,in ' ' ' Q U 'D xl Q i l R I ' f rp :sf ' 5 X V 3 S I 2 9 A as if , I .A 1 7,3 Q' A . A , in ' A G Q, ' 3 I Qs sq, -5.5 .Qk I? ' 'K r W. K D ,, Q2 " 1' u an 19 ,w i 1 Q.. Na - Ill X . I , C . J U. nj' ff '-4 . ! 3 I Afflilh ll""Ir 'S 'W 1,4 ll l l l ll GlrI's Swlmmlng- Pf M, Q North Opp. ', 8 - 'QL lf . 41.1 ' 109 62 V :bs I , . ,s if ' , 4 I OU Mllford 'L 90 82 ll ' M , ' .Ls 2 ! ix. r X 104 66-gh A -' O ' 0 ham, 'gal O 2 WI I k 2 1 -M M a po e . - 'Ur' Y 0 O S. sw-Wx exe 22 ' . ilton 'Q I 2 .o WQHQQH Bralntre ,I . -..- 2 Q " 1 - -E ' ,fn :Q Southf , , 4 Q 0 . -3'-. ' ' ' ' ' V J i "',,Q'e' Wellesley 0 3 l awk? "' Norwood 3 0 g N, , -M -1 ,V ld 2 Needham 0 0 -" Natick 3 0 5-,,,J..ar-3'2" 'N' ' Walpole 0 1 ' ' '-Norvlggffj ,Va h Dedham .. . South '-A1 A9310 Won 6 Lost 8 Tie 4 Won 2 i F' f , If 7 V f I V, rg ff' . D Av fl, .. ,y4.,,c si '5 we' ' f Ji 1. V 3' 7 , A x v , 1 , , 1 1 v o ajft' 'A t' g'3Q'0"2 1 f Q 1 -nf 0, 5 ,ZH-, .A.,4 5 , . "wg, ,gif .ui 5' xl a 0 , I 4' "U ' ' B 5 M 6 mn V573 1-ff -If if 'f2'4"""f""""- l r- 1 N' , , K HX NX W!-If asf r vig yd, CCP' "Ur S iw Q Z -5-,in W 'iff A Isl 1 Q Q yQ Q- It 1. ff' . . I.. 'U O I 1 u v ' 1 ,f,.J .'1', O , h V .lr 3 eq, 5 Al .. 81,-L Ag, 'Solu- rixilf -+L lla Q. C Q Q -C -1 -if-ft, Q ffx W?, ' '77 Jar C ai -4 45 + ll . . Elm. f' '-"Y 1 ,- fJ':N o'.A7:'. 4"fcf.f1 '-xx-2 -' ml. 4-.. - 1: -1s v ' . ,I fy 7 .-Cr W Y up 'EI . M 1, I s -Oval' 'navy 4 'a 014-'U' QQ4 , .4 1-'1""""1""' -1--v Q-v-1-' Q--v'-1' 33? Bbq is ,' ,, -, 5. -sf I . l - Q 0. - f'f .'ff' 4. J. 4 el: va W ... fnx 4 FODTBALL ...-,.....- up-in-M W .Q , .-5 u Qgx 5 f --, . V. I X-Ja I. V" "' 't 1 :X 1 i ,if M43 1 Lf: A ,ggi gl , 5 f -.Q -M' - Y! f 4 , 'I -MSE 3 4 ' ' in : ' f. -ff x.. 2 -V "- Q '-'C Q. C 4, 1-Sf Front Row, L to R: Manager John Cabral, Bob Ross, Scott Kadish, Tom Clark, Chris Fitzgerald, Bob Luz, Tom Zinck, Co-Capt. Steve Johnson, Co-Capt. Rick Melvin, Glen Gonthier, Ron Stevens, Mitch Krouner, Charlie Dionis. 2nd Row: Alan Brody, Mart Verrochi, Joe Gallagher, Roger Foynes, Frank Frazier, John Beling, Dennis Parker, Mike Flanagan, John Niland, Jeff Smith. 3rd Row: Asst. Mgr. David Byer, Jeff Robidoux, Mike Stevens, Kevin Shortt, Steve Pittman, Kenny Pierannunzi, Jeff Zisk, Dean Rose, Tom Distefano, Brian O'Neil, John Demarinas. 4th Row: Mike LeMoine, Mike Sleckowski, Tom Hine, Kevin Flanagan, Tony Triano, Doug Herrick, Dave Bruenell, John Paul, Chris Dolan, Greg Robidoux. Missing: Mark Giusty, Joe Jenkins. l l""..-,-.,"'49 V' . K l 'ff 1' 1' Co-Captains Rick Melvin, Steve Johnson 'V' 'U' W S 1 Trainer Mr. Coppola, Coaches Mr. Caputo, Mr. Kavanaugh, Mr. Martino MDRES fa rl U rw ia! S5'?g'w99-f . . y 1 ' , jg! 'ii f . Q: ri., 'Q-BN" SB, 1 . . C ' ISQM X .f ..- g J' - -an A - G-f' l V nf- . I .Wm . 3 J ' A ' - 'A+ 'il' Lk., 3'-5 i a.,,, -' ' GD f q -in 4 . N.. G' 5-'3L'.-...animals-in Front Row, L to R: T. Barnes, M. Niland, M. Foynes, D, Jarrett, R. Goguen, D. Nau, S. Burton, G. Gonthier. 2nd Row: Coach Kavanaugh, F. Meader, L. Koulopo- lous, S. Mannion, A. Gordon, M. Gerber, P. Sleckowski, M. Hilton, Coach Martino. 3rd Row: J. Lemmon, M. Voner, D. Dadnun, J. Callow, D. Chamberlain, E. Purcell, H. Marshall, G. Firth, S. McGrail, M. Kaseta, M. Campbell. Won: I Losl 7 Tied I . Sw.- O 7 fi 5 x FRESHMEN . "2 : fy.-Q 3 ,. I fr Ju, , , . is a " 545.8 A . '-,J ng- 11' 'A P -M I V A 'nv'-we-in 5 'Q' 'IJ Q XJ l, XY N l..-nm' ,M ,.. W -s.. ,vat Z., .. -...,5"-A-4A .' wi L ,H - 1 4- Y-vi 9 V... , s gh - .Q wa"-4, wif- I , ? ,, 1 5 4 1 D' X. "1 A i vi- .ggi W . - .Q ,u win .,,,, M T ' f . X 4 hw ? Q " . 'M J fi ,bb o N ,wink r I , 0- I 1 mf, .hx ., 4'- 'Q -, E' 'I' 1 J. f-. V. 1 . ff 1 S. 2 fir inn' 3 dost, -1 ni . 4, Top Row, L.-R.: Paul Matthews, Keith Brown, Greg Reiter, Dave Anderson, Kevin Doherty, Mark Diamond, Steve Spector, ni Gian- gregorio. Bottom Row, L.-R.: Fred Kurtz, Tom Reiter, Dave Mannheim, Coach Wheeler, Dickie Scherbar, Billy Osgood, Bobby Cray- ton. l I l L-R: Dave Mannheim, Coach Wheeler, Dickie Scherbarth. lofi 'l': E V. W. .Hy ,, T. R O 9 H L. .. . .,,. . .-....... Q... -I Z UI 1 -I 1 ll I ll 1 -P ua vu - -l ws- Il 1 Sl H I I gr iff ll in XI 1 ll an Z -' ull: - Ill 1st Row, L. to R.: P. Jorgenson, R. Shea, L. Het1ingerfCo-Capt.j, John Yeager, Coach, J. Anzalone, QCO-Capt.j, B. Wise, D. Yaffee, A. Green. 2nd Row: S. Robbins, R. Horner, W. Heaton, M. Zuber, E. Reiter, A. Pargratz, M. Collins, J. Brigham, K. Moquin. 3rd Row: A. Guigli, H. Levine, K. Hookway, M. Grogan, P. Borer, J. Otowchits, C. Mascioli, M. Jacobs. Front Row, L-R: R. Bent, B. Gosselin, J. Kallmerton, F. Parr, A. Barkin, P. Remillard, J. Comisky, W. Briggs, C. Sheahan, G. Kuo, P. Martinilli. Middle Row, L-R: S. Killam, M. Zyzansky, K. Slattery, J. Marchesseault, M. Martin, B. Schew, J. Trainer, E. Barrell, P. Spencer, D. Lacey, J. Paris, G. Block. Back Row, L-R: Coach D. Bourdele, T. Fitzgerald, D. Robart, L. Saledas, M. Cosolo, K. Jenkins, B. Fishel, P. Macdonald, J. Rosenoff, A. Tang, G. O'ReilIy, B. Fettig, D. Mannion. Q.,-. 1 QENIORS 1 , . ,HA ' 4 slim. A' 6 ' 4' ' o aw , ,v Q . . my-gi. . .I .2 4.-n , 1 1 v ,Q +,.f' I I ,A L, iJipn,,,f ie ' M 1 1' g..4 ' ,qw , Wy .iw ifjfl M gli' ' 'Q' 'Q' ,f Lmfh . 'Q , .1 :lf .- 4 5 MAJ H. - Q ig: X 44, .:f,gz,.4 M M , Qi "ww 44-:mfr - f'fi'4, 1 , . .."', '99 y ww V. x ,. lxpn. . y, I ' .,y,'AHJt' fl 1 A f vcZr.,h.ys .4 ty! ji 'I 'T-' ,,v,, V Q 5+ 1' rr'f' q 1--A I ef 'Hx 5 6' First, L-R: S. Vanheest, S. Davis, M. Milene, Y. Nunley, M. Allen, M. Kenney. 2nd, L-R: S. Lothrup, C. Besgen, K. Len- non, L. Knight, C. Paradise, S. Langley, S. Terrio. 3rd, L-R: Coach P. Sezunawicz, T. Hanlon, K. Sebastian, V. Krepp, S. Nunley, D. Mogue. 4 g Co Captains M Muletie Coach P. Jezukawicz, Y. Nun L-R: Seniors S. Lothrup, M. Milette, K. Sebastion, V. Knepp, Y. Nunley, D. Mague L Knight Ist, L-R: S. Spencer, J. Bush, J. Cole, S. Kessel, J. Thiabault, H. Niland, E. Barr, U. George. 2nd, L-R: D. Midura, J. Georgio, S. Arico, B. Yee, K. Seamon, S. Terrio. 3rd, L-R: D. Bistoli, K. Jehmich, K. Cum- mings, K. Thomas, L. Shomah, D. Starreh, G. Federico, C. Hanney, Coach Bingham. -3. 4 J -Tl gb. M. f,'l'f,.. ' xl, A f' ,, . i 'A' WY- s ,V ':1'5,:' ,M-1 .4 ',.,1. ya' - ,uv A A V , , , , , , , 7, , . its'--,Q f -,-""'-.f 1. , ff ', , , .1-ff."f-as J L. ' 'S "ffm i q: , 1 53+ :Q - R ,. ,Q .. ,, f .31 'L 5- ,. , ,. , 'fm ' fr- . . ff?-I F L' ' L faifiii? Y,."'f'g?g,? 5- 4-K , f -'-5:,e,g,:f:N.zx.'emQ.e:a2- . .mwgl .2 . vw' "'l!3? 1 Xl 3 ' ,419 4 fa:-0' can , are-'A nu .Y , AWK A- 2 'Q F1 1 ay., 'i . " '1 'N 'H fm 1 - 'fag 'sf .nf '- '. ,Jyv-" new I' 'YQ -W - 7' I 169 VARSITY Top Row, L-R: Sandra Nunley, Maureen Devaney, Jo Gerding, Party Clark, Anne Fangmann, Debbie Mague, Coach Vogel. Front Row, L-R: Chris Paradis, Karen Lennon, Co-Capt. Yo Nunley, Co-Capt. Vicki Knepp, Sue Terrio, Marianne Milette. miliiifrfu, MHZ' QgiWl'7,1 9 f L V, f A Y NNE ffalilgxf X534 baggy W HM Coach Vogel, Co-Capt. Yo Nunley, Co-Capt. Vicki Knepp Top Row, L-R: Cissy Sloane, Chris Hanney, Gina Federico, Pam Martin, Laura Sebastian, Hope Healy, Coach Edwards. Front Row, L-R: Helen Niland, Julie Thibault, Elaine Barr, Cyndi Wohler, Kathy McGrath. - , G' W b --VA ya V ., all K5 wi 'wi " ' QW X I FY gg M m f K : V! 'ily v migly:uM Pw3lwf4Y , Www W 1' ,Ju min K l 1 xilmii l FRESHMEN: Top Row, L-R: Maureen McPhee, Nancy Savage, Kelly Cummings, Kim Ruccia, Lisa Wilson, Gail Smith, Laura Keilty, Coach Tedoidi. Front Row, L-R: Amy Sapowith, Liz Clapper, Sta- cey Shoke, Marianne Tessier, Elise Blank, Sue Kunz. W,-X! 4' 4 .6 JOIOIOV -sh .gk -059' "el?'. of ' Mtg, AQ. 5 S ifs X Y SW v g 9 wg 5 0 3953? kgs 003' P9 'if' .0055 Jw.. llonool' "" 14'212u""" 1 s', . oifjl 0l'.'?g0l' 0,50 "0 o':f"", Os: I P '.v ' uv. Q In 'V iv Q.. .tv 402.305, . A. .4 O A O QA? b Q, 1 Q S 'v 7 V V vu Q 3 S 9 0 if Q Q .3 is :,. V S ' 55 1" ' wig, SJ' P ,Q Q I N 5: K .ff Qs-so 'TTT' Co-Captain John Tracy, Coach Salvi, Co-Captain Chris McMahon VARSITY ... ax- SENIORS: Mitch Krouner, Mike Dixon, John Tracey, Pete Zornik, Dave Mannheim, Steve Macura. J.V. Bottom Row: D. Bennett, J. Watt, Co4Capt, J. Tracey, Co-Capt. C. McMahon, S. Macura, B. Bottom Row: F. Allen, G. Otenti, D. Bridge, S. Alpert. Middle Row: S. Robbins, Keilty. Top Row: Coach Salvi, M. Krouner, M. Dixon, K. Brown, M. Washington, D. Kokidko, P. S. Burton, S. Spector, E. Babineau, T. Shea. Top Row: A. Weeks, L. Morgan, C. Gonzalves, D. Mannheim,P. Zornik, G. Butkus. Missing: D. Valovcin. Carmona, M. Gerding, C. Harzbearer, Coach McGrath. FRESHME X21 QOPHOMORE9 -if 'X Bottom Row: M. Slattery, W. Sparks, M. Magerman, F. Mar- golis, B. Horner. Middle Row: R. Taylor, J. Beccia, G. Shein leld, D San Clemente, E. Bloom. Top Row: Coach Galvani, D. Chamberlain, P. Grudzinski, M. Bobrick, M. Grogan, H. Lev, iricf,J Falconer. l72 Front Row: Acelson, Martin, Wenzel, Lerner, Mastrangelo, Comisky, Regan, Steinmetz. Middle Row: Kuo Kagno, Slattery, Stearns, Winbush, McDermott, Block, Kalich, Tagnacci. Top Row: Rosenotf, Duffy, Fitzgerald, Fishel, MacDonald, Saledas, Taylor, Gates, Reichert, Robart, Everett, Donahue, Tracy, Squires, Kucymeic, Coacq Antonioli. Ill- I L . F liao x qi Q Q . ev SP 1 xii? .f T 42 Af ! 1 -WJ dl 'ugh 41 Gi 2 L, Lxikzg ga, ,lj 4 ,.. 'ii if A 2 ,1'lWF.4,i SH, li 3.9 Q. 'il'-4 .wzfl 51 Front Row, QL. to RJ: Nancy Goldman, Robin Wilson, Lynda Gaines, Kim Gaudet, Janine Thibault, Wenuy Lngei, Mary Devincent. Back Row, QL. to RJ: Marybeth Celorier, Co-Captain Joanne Gerding, Co-Captain Teri Hegarty, Shari Dodek, Coach Marilyn Edwards. ir' vJivJ Q7 X31 '14 41 fi Co-Capt. Joanne Gerding, Coach Marilyn Edwards, Co-Capt. Teri Hegarty .eypii .J q , 4 ll 9- SENIORS: Teri Hegarty, Kim Gaudet, Joanne Gerding. J. V. W. y8 L. 6 Kim Gaudet Front Row, QL. to RJ: Kathy Brown, Amy Sapawith, Liz Clapper, Jane Jasset, Tricia Marshal, Pam Martin, Jane Earl. Back Row, fL to Rh: Chris Brown, Carolyn Aube, Maureen Avers, Anita Havel, Fran Bernstein, Robin Block, Coach Linda Filor. p--. Kim Gaudet, Teri Hegarty, Joanne Gerding, Wendy Engel. Pam Martin Jane Jasset "BEAT 'EM BEAT 'EM LET'S DEFEAT 'EM GO G0 GO ll HEY! Ma rybeth Celorier 5' s 'F Joanne Gerding 4 ww- .. ...V QV. ,. .J 'WV' 'Y' "'w:Vr.,-.-W ' : Y' Y""' A, J ' . vm x :.+ V, 4-f, J ' J. N --AW' A v-are we 'V ' B . - ,- V , 'A - 1 ' ' ,- - V ' ' M. V .,.. ...,,. . .,,. U - ,WN , Ay:-:: ,, 4- f VV -Eff' T . w- ' -ff.. V fro! Z,mw"'!"""3mevwhf1 V.' Wfizg . ,,-.rm .1.g,2V , wh- . " . V-gf .411 ' - 5 M .,,..,4V .. , Jia" . ' "ff lg- ,4 ,V " . ...ff-ff Y' V-' ...V V azz. .f .II , 47 V Q, f, Ti- I "H .4 'Cl-,,,,.qf y !9'f'94?'lg,.8:c'f , .waz-, ,W 7' W 1- W" .,,. " ' ' + ' ,, 'V ,, ,.' V . ...I X M., . V, V ,rf AMn! . , . ' ' M - 2 f2",T' V ' ' -72. " - .f' 'PL ' "-fV:.'ZT:,,, - ya' VV . . .V -Vi. . ' J-e:ff'1" "' . . . Q J R. 4- ...V,. V .V f-.fu J - W --' ' 'V V f., ,,...'- A .Wy . . 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' 'YQ I. . of I K ' .I Al. ,' is 'f I, 5 ' s. 5 an . ,, s, - e - .1- 5 A . 4 'fl . ,' ' ll Hr 5 - " 111 f 4 iflvu 'JQQM -, '. 4 1' . 0 'h . ui: .f D 'Y A ' V ,- K ' M " 'mg' QE-gg, 'I 2 Q G ' .gps .1 if V A: I 1 'Had 1 A V, , cvftnq j I 1 L' I. - pp f D f . as iv- ,. A t vi l f ' ' 'v 1 '. gg - ai. as ,K f , ' . . 7 4 l r 4 K i ' . , v 4 f w 4 ,g' ' 'T' ga -Q Q lf' 1 I ' 5. ,Q in' R 4 , any 1 v R sl 'it v ,bm f- 'WC' , . i 1st Row, L to R: Mary Dzindolet, Marcy Linda, Sue Braverman, Nancy Devaney, Lauren Stetson, Donna Stetson, Sue Wigetman. 2nd Row: Asst. Coach Chuidioni, Laura Weissman, Cheryl Liner, Lea Curtis, Wendy Glick, Cathy Jones, Coach Peirce. 3rd Row: Brenda Casperson, Co-Capt. Maureen Devaney, Sherri Tafuri, Beth Brooks, Linda Snook, Lauren Bayer, Linda Alcroft, Jackie Evans, Laurie Nordquist. Standing: Co-Capt. Sue Snook, Claudia Schwartzer. BAY STATE CHAMPION L 'L'- qr CO-CAPTAINS: Maureen Devaney and Sue Snook, Coach Peirce, SENIORS: Laura Weissman and Sue Snook. Asst. Coach Chuidioni. sv, J 4. -5 , w,s,,,.- r,.,-1-f:..pV" ' ' .ua-' mvniy j , X P5 wi: , wwf' ..vtnA 'Tana' ,. 'Wim ,A1" 'sf' '91 'hp gs-L 33.4 " I 'J . 4 ,Q -. 2:,,,yA,fx- ,..L ,. 4 7,175 ., . "Xu, Pi 5 v 4 4,1 dig, -647 'Wharf-" Mn X A i-- E. .-'f' ,,, ,AH-... . haf , . 4 , , ' i , 1 1 , 1 5 3, C 5 ,,,,,,,,, r...f sa X -vi KJ xl 5:1 CN TAX X , ""'iv"-- ik f X' A Back Row, L-R: Assistant Coach Katcoff, Manager Karen Sebastian, Joanne Divico, Linda Maria, Chris Chaplin, Linda Hapgood, Ann Spivak, Coach Niechwa dowicz. Middle Row, L-R: Captain Carol St.Martin, Ann Bonvini, Kim Gaudet, Sue Shook, Nancy Mitrano Captain, Beth Brooks, Diane Hurlbut. Bottom Row, L R: Lisa Mascioli, Amy Berig, Linda Snook, Shari Cooper, Sue Alperin, Mary Alice Quinn, Judy Dallamora. I i i f A. Co-Capt, Carol St.'Martin 'X Co-Capt. Nancy Mitrano. HIM-, ', , Y 1, ,mf-W' Jw .Vi ii , v .diff ij QQ. :ZA 1 +1 744 sim 'ov 2 M 2 Q 1 ' I I .I p Q ' 1. X iz.-in I f , , rl! I . Iqw A f 5 6 A,."f V- AQ ,D I A I ,,b .M ,, . I., 11. we 4 . . J. A.... 1 J 1 ff Botiom Row: Coach Steeves, FZ. Bay, M. Collans, Jeff Smith fcaptj, Bob Boss Ccaptj, Mike Flanagan fcaptj, C. Stocks, J. Anzi, Coach Yeager. Top Row: J. Speranza, B. Berryman, S. Segarra, K. Flanagan, T. Norton, D. Cushnng, J. Sercy, B. Schew, J. Gallaway, J. Tarlow. X x w w 137 CAPTAINS M F1anagan,J Srnnh, B. Boss, Coaches Steeves and Yeager W .ask f E First Row: C, Dlonus, D, Tamasanls, N. Tnano, P. Kadush, Tn-Capt., T. Hopkins, Tri-Capt., R. Foynes,Trl,Cap1.,G, Lyon, J. Pugh, D. Lennberry, D. Bugkman, K, ADIODUCCI, Second Row: Coach Dumas, D, Ounnn, J. Ravel, K, Tovery, R, Glaven, R. Teusanger, S. Baron, R. Zatz, P. Vaskelus, S. Lamberson, S. Duncanson, E. Burion, K. Gullbrand, M. Buckmmster, Coach Blachette. Third Row: J. Felntuck, R. Rogers, C. Toucey, L. Calopoyo, K. Thomas, C. Rosky, S. Sanders, A. Iyumr, C. Pollack, J. Finer, A. Havel, C. Ra msbortom. "if ' yy -. ' , SENIORS: Bottom Row: N. Tnano, D. Buckman, J. Pugh, C. Dnonus, Second Row: Coach Dumas, D. Tamasanus, P. 1 Kadlsh, R. Foyers, T. Hopkins, G. Lyon, D. Leunberry, A, Antonuccu, Coach Blanchette. I I K f W W' S- V U I mf . nf., ,, f A ., .wr I . e-Tfvf A JI' .- I .,. ,,.,. ...as 4 J X Roger Foynes, Greg Lyon, Tom Hopkuns CAPTAIN9 WRESTLING I ,- wx, W I Qe"".!'Q :-7-"' VARSITY AND J.V,: Front Row CL to RJ: Co'Captains James Lemmon, Dan Remillard, Middle Row QL-RJ: Jim Irwin, Mark Fettug, Joe Dollaway, Dave Martino, Bob Lemmon, Pete Bemillard, Rich Shea, Paul Germain, Tom Paull. Back Row QL to RJ: Dennis Porter, Dean Dadmun, John Cullrnane, Doug Hookway, Dean Jarrett, Ed Purcell, Brian O'NieIl, Kevin Hookway, Steve Mann, Chris Daly, Coach Jim Kaufman. Missing: Greg Reiter, John Beling, Jamie Gilgallon, Neil Zecker, John Krapf, Doug Welch, Tim Murray, Greg Goldman, Sheldon Gringarton. FRESHMEN: Front Flow CL to RJ: Adam Bankin, Bill Fettig, Mike Demaurenas, Tom Jacobson, Barry Logue, Jim Trainor, Carl Trainor. Back Row QL to RJ: Captain Bob Daly, Steve Killian, Phil Lappin, Mark Sciocotte, Russ Armstrong, Neil Zecken, Paul Spence, Art LaPointe. Missing: Ted Brown, Bob Lynch. Coach Kaufman, Co-Captains Jim Lemmon, Dan Bemillard. S f Z4 W ' 1 ff '. 1 f ,afar 'E 1 JW A4 , 7 w , 1 1 . ,an Q! 1 MV. A 145342-'Q' 1 ,L,gfwn" ,- .Q -V, ,- H13 xii" ' :f?fn.:.,.,.L... I '55, ,. ,,-.- ' 4 , W.. ,Q gi I gl ,9 I 4 ,f. , 9 f w W P -.,...,,.,-1,--f. ' Q ...Af ..., , Ldv-si 1 'X' n fA af' J'-' , ' ,.,- .,-a+ F.. ,g7""?7" lv' . .-1""'5- ..,,-. -.F A 'V if, .avian --f pw!- -.. -Q Zio" ' n..- -o-0 .x"... ...Jig 'wa-viiwv N 1: ' ' Y .' ' -L., - M ,, V wk va . , .4 ' +W- '-- . -.-e -. 0-.' ' ' "T 5 .A-'Aw' A IV -. 5 ' , L , -f x- - -, f ' . .1 '-rv"-Q . ea , FLNW, ,tm 5' .--.ff 4 1 . w KWH , .QM A 'ff ms T S WHT -59 Q45 Num? NNE 4 xl!"'fff'4 npr ru 1 ERT QANGO Qs 11 'Sb Q 44 T ,q .. . v?w'f'f - wrff .Q E 4 ,glkif 4, my 'HG' - A 2 , . sw W 9' e AM"'95"4:f, 2 a Q.N?iQ '1 fi' A ' - fvrfxff "i- ffoife. 'M T 4 T' X Q,-f' ' ' -'mln in j ' ff Q. wx? Botiom Row: D. Nau, P, Deshaw Ccaptq, M. Kerwntz, M. Momalbano. Middle Row: S. Allison, B. Osgood, S. Pelley, D. Taylor foo-captq, R. Looma. Top Row: Antonuccn, L. Manmng, S. Sebastian, S. Stockman Ceo-captj, J. Hart, S. Fntzger O- I 7- 'I ald, T. Hune. CQ A E PN Tl A Io NZ Q 'i A , . Don Taylor, Paul Deshaw, Steve Stockman. Bottom Row: P. Deshaw, M. Montalbano. Top Row: D. Taylor, S. Fnzger- ald, S. Pelley. I JUNIOR VARSITY Q-6-4 df. I , ,1- 'oil' .1 8 ,. 'Y 4-Q ,ff 43.534 ' .' R -,M W my '44 ', uv. -4-. I is 1. "2" 0 H - Pd.: .,,,,'ar 1 - X E .- .X 040' 1 ' X if fiber' ' U :MN - i-'vu f-ff 17" I f ,V-x.,.,,' s Ji, -W- -V . x.. x ..,. . A .v R Q, -o.Q' . ' x ,GRI r' , v 'va vu. Am if in 'X Saks, 4 I yr A I A "'!Xl9 , A Wit ini? -in his X. bi :gg 'lx 'uw' P-. lr f -.flags ,J , "mx, il O .2 4 0 6 .,?"'s ,L wil I -s W 1: Q... , 1' 'X w. x :l.K ' 'N x ,,,-. ML' . v 2 X ax. X Rf 5 J 4 ,r' .ft 1 , !.Vf CCD CEU? 43 Q u f-'RWNGHAM NORTH gnegu swoon. 'A' STREET 1-:Urdu-4nil:o4......,.. .. Y -Y Y Y- -4- -Y YY YY ---- A - YYY, Y: :-,-::A-A- 1 YY Y lg-gf Y-YY YY: LHHHLS HV, 'DGGHDQ H911-I N NVH9NINVH:l O LH H ZF ,..::.'Q 2 4 To the kid who chews, the blonde, and the frizzy kid, we're leaving so you can have our tables. Love B.Q. and the girls. Remember the birthday picnic May 22, 1977 B.N., T.H., K.H.? Love L.V. Remember Bertucci's Angels T.H., L.V., K.H., B.N., Love B.N. Tim N. - never forget our "mature" night December 31, 1977 love K.H., B.Q., L.V., N.C., J.G., C.R. SPAZ! can you get into it? K.H. stop combing your hair at the table. Quinlan get out of my plate. Remember Christle's lovelife HA!?!! K.H., L.V., D.O. - Remember losing Bailey's and bathroom in Brookline - D.A. To Liz - We'll miss you and we love you!! K.H., B.Q., D.A., D.O., J.G., and T.H. To the senior boys table - when you learn about girls - call us. To Moose - Cow, love Cow-Moose. To Kathy from "Kathy and Charlie" - if you can't keep hubcaps or gascaps on - is there anything you can keep on? Just thought l'd ask. Always, Andy Weekends are made for Michelob Cand Riuniteb. E.E. Swimming at Lake Cochituate Party! E.E., L.H., C.M., and C.G. Hey, P.O. watch out for those Rusty Nails, you could get lockjaw! Dave, next time you drop the car, catch it! To H.J. and B.J., thanks from JL. E'57BU7s lucky number. ' th house? N.T. "You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave." Crafts period 7, "S.W.C." J.J., A.S., L.B., G.G. T.G. and N.T. are victims of the green death. D.D., S.E., B.L., C.E., S.B., S.E., L.B., L.J.C., won- der if R.M. will last 2 weeks. Mush, Gu, and Shells forever! Honestly, Aileen! Michelle, remember your first night of freedom? To K.H., C.B. and all the other girls at "the table" thanks for making 10714777 the happiest day of my life - B.B. Bonjour Sandi! How's your summer? l'm having a fantastic time, weather's great! Toujours, Eliza- beth. Remember the cat: L.V., K.H., D.A., B.Q., B.B., B.N., OS., OB., S.M., L.P., H.D., P.P., D.H., D.O., E.T., J.G., OR., J.L., K.A., H.L., B.S., A.T., S.B., H.L., B.P., N.C., D.A., N.S., and T.H. Remember the night we saw the stream of purple raindrops and torked Frankenstein. To J.L. - Remember "the Old Oak Tree!" - A.H. To C.M. - no, not your Bob, my Bob. From L.H. Robin - Remember the walks down'Memory Lane? Maureen. To the gang - lt's been rough, but we made it! Maureen. To L.H., A.S., C.G., EE., Remember Summer of '77, thanx for all the good times - C.M. To Kenzo and Suzo - Close Encounters of the 1,000,000th kind. Aimzo. Hey Greg G. - Three wishes my choice. No bar- rels of beer on the wall - A.H., A.Y., S.P., M.M., K.P., D.B., and S.L. To Judy - Have a management job at MacD- onald's - leave me a french fry. To Amy - 10 lessons on how to swerve your car. Gu, remember the laughing attack in front of J.F.K.? - Shells To C.M., L.H., C.G., E.E. - Remember Ruinite at O. Park and "THE" Party - A.S. "Amy, must you?" A.H. - "Old Oak Tree" on Little Farms - J.L. C.F.D. on Route 9 with the gang. - J.L. To my twin T.E. from J.L. Woodfield, Ruinite, Maine, Cruising, Miller, drive- in, L.H., C.M., C.G., E.E., and A.S. T.Z. maybe l'm amazed. . .Love B.P. G.G. Afternoon Delight? D.F. Burr - Permission Granted!? G.G., L.L., T.Z. wee will wee will. . .roll you! Love D.F., L.F., B.P., K.S., L.B., J.D., K.E. Glen - Please remember how it use to be. . . l'll never forget. Debbie. B.L., T.Z., G.G., T.C., B.K. - you guys . . . Quit callin' me that - K.S. Thanks, Ricky H. for all the Mai-Tais - S.M. R.S. - Thanks for all the great memories - S.M. St., Sabu, George and Pina Colladas at 4 a.m. - I love it! l'll never forget you guys nor the great times spent together - M.A., D.E., C.C., D.N., S.S. - Always S.M. K.T. remember P.H. Period 7? M.Z. T.G. What time is it? Where is everybody? H.A.H. J.A.F. - You really are QS - H.A.H. M.E.Z. l'm going to show someone that letter - H.A.H. M.E.Z. - Remember R.H. and you know who, 12 710776 H.A.H. D.B. - When are we going to have driveway talks again? C.F. C.F. - l'll tell you everything. . .first you see it, then you die, then you shuffle the cards. Aren't driveway talks fun? D.B. TO WHOM IT MAY CQNCERN - I DO NOT RUN INTO WALLS - JO J.W., T.K., D.B., K.T., Making fools of themselves on Ward Hill Sundays. Hey J. Donovan - Banlon shirts went out of style in 1939 -- K.H. and S.C. Cyour favorite studentsb Hey J.G. - If you don't run into walls, what do you do? Janet, David, Doreen, Elaine, Gene, Gwen, Jackie, Jill, Linda, Lori, Maria, Paula, lt has been a pleas- ure to study and dine with you this past year - Good Luck in all your future endeavors, Steve. To Liz, How's the gang? From S.L. To Sue Wow H. From Tracey Lynn G. To Mary, Val, Tom, Rhonda, Yo, Tracey, Merrilee, and Sue, memories of one cold green and gold night at the bridge. To the Elenas - Becca, Sue, Liz, and Denise, memories of morning raids from Tracey and Sue. Hey Pebbles, want an apricot sour or 4125, much love, Rocky. l'm gonna miss ya C.M.S., Love M.S. Hey Bucky, when are we gonna get that stage- coach? S.B. T.G. and N.T. No more picnics for you, M.Z. J.Z. You'll always show them you're nuts! M.Z. J.A.F. one of these days, you'll get yours! M.Z. H.H. Sorry l'm late. M.Z. M.K. - Pobrecito!! Sensitive knees and ticklish toes - M.K. and L.M. If I tickle you under the chin M.K. - will you purr for me? L.M. B.P., S.C., and D.C. When are you going to grow up? - From G.G. Don't try to catch a falling star, you'll burn your hands. To P.G. Il - A lot of things came between us this year, but you are still a true pootch. I love you - Stormy. To "Ralph" and Bob - I finally remembered how to breathe - Steve. B.R. . . .We're gonna make it, I miss you, all my love. . .J.L. Just because I didn't get suspended, doesn't mean I didn'ttry. Maureen M. thanks for rescue, T.K., K.O., K.M. Scott B. sew those rips! Love your mother. P.Jl., ya motha, A.O., T.K. Ba-boom-ba, Annie Roonie, Bubbles, and Meat- ball-Melons Lookout! A.O. memories of P.F. and all those long talks. Love K.M. T.K. Always remember that certain night at the hook when you met the Tidy Bowl Man! Love K.M. K.O.g June 6th and 8th 1976 two nights to remem- ber. Don't you agree? Jon all my love - Kim. Are they moving J.L.? from C.H. T.G., we've got to get you a mailman. S.H. Hey Amy, whatever happened to that 3rd wish?- Guess Who! 2-Beers: This one's for you wherever you are. . . J.L. eats dirt, paste and turkey pizza. H.D. - you are the most almost perfect jerk I know P.P. P.P. - you are the most perfect jerk I know. H.D'. Alls we do is eat - R.A.H. Hey girls, remember project RAH and NAB, May we be successful someday. Speed Thinking Inc. will broaden your horizons on the sea of life. Sr. Vice Presidents Kim, Heidi and Denise. Carmen Barata - it's a real thrill to be stalled in Sax. Center with you - H.D. To Sue W. "Class of 79" l'm yours 4 ever, D.S. of '78 S.W., You are!!! Love D.S. - My pleasure always!!! P.O. has Polara Power. Where's, are the keys! P.G. and D.B. love Winch St. Sarah Smile. . .D.S. D.B. remember - Young Frankenstein, canoeing, mowing the lawn, Winch St., Open Hearth, I-lOJO's with Queen Pootch, Rb's lst Neon CJan. 235 - walk ahead of me. Mel and Zeb truckin' in the bionic car. The Senior Girls say good-bye and good luck to Chris Eads. Meatball and Chesta never forget dorfs and V.W.'s, June 8th and a certain telephone booth, Bruce on Spruce, I7 in a V.W. bus, P.D.'s parties and all the other crazy things we've done. Thanks for some of the best times l've ever had! Love Kim. - Karen, thanks for always being there, and for being the truest and best friend anyone could ever have! Love Kim. J.P. nice buns - K.M. T.S. keep on playing those M.G.'s. To D.B. - just remember and anticipate the New York bathtub-rb's friend. To D.B. - duck, dog, pootch, good nose, lst Love tenny, OF, 2F, NC, NA, pootch, Michael's beautiful head of hair - y.p.g. The Greek Goddess strikes again! Hey Deep Magic, I love you! Who us, We're not on colorguard. K.F. and G.K. I leave Parties, Pumpkins and love to Lisa Duress from Gayle G. Hey George, I found out about the can opener, funny joke. . .Where's my change, sab. A.B., D.C., P.C., S.K., D.C., B.L., D.M., D.P., E.S., Once we were together. M.C. From Shpaggeau to any sex B. - Eishto! Eishto. Madame Stellas' house of J.B. To Sheri, no Lori - Tim's on Wednesday nights: P.C., S.K. Frita Pampers, Punkies Vamps. To C.H., L.M., D.M., and S.C., I just wanted you nuts to know l care. Love J.J. "Mrs F., We love your son but we'd hate to have you for a mother-in-law!" Charlene, l still have your nightgown, J.B. iii. Fonevm ADIDAS-BL. Don't let D.S. play with fire! S.M., I'm glad you sold me that ticket to the C.P. dance - Love K.H. Somebody find A.L. a boyfriend J.G. does run into walls, you know. 6 Jim, your fly! C.F., thanks for all the good times we had together - K.H. Independent study is for mercenaries. No one expects the Spanish Inquisition! Where did it! buy his license? J.H., Next time shut off the car before you lock it! What's it all mean K.H.? OH! C.D. l'm sooo embarrassed. FAG! A.B., C.D., V.R., and Y.N .... Kentucky Fried Chicken and Cheese-cake Cmmmlj at the green. Peanut Butter and Jelly on a crisp Ritz Cracker. M.A. I still say the jelly goes on the peanut butter. Y.N. M.A. and Y.N. at Rutland, 4125, and apricot sours. Hey Rocky! Yea Pebbles? Y.N. and A.B. have given up knee warmers for- ever. Love's in Need of Love Today. 378776. . .forever. M.A., V.R., T.G., R.K., S.H., Y.N., and T.H. were bagged at the Bridge. P.D. Always be merry! Love Y.N. Mt. Washington '75 V.R., A.B., Y.N., M.A., W.S., and G.V. M.R.A.S. on a dew covered meadow. Love your S.G.H. Y.N. the last of F.H. '75 . . . we blew it all sky high. Thanks for everything Miss J., Love your 18 year old going on 36. Hey D'Angelo! - Hey Latshaw! Dr. Jekyll, We must Hyde! Good Luck to the editors of the 1979 Archon from the two who know E.P. and D.A. PICA POWER!!! Denise and Liz would like to thank: Sue Grudzin- ski, Charlene Fradette, Karen Tricca, Donna Cul- gin, Sue Himml, Amy Blitz, Geoff Brown, Andrea Lesser and Carla DeLuca for a tremendous job on the 1978 Archon. Everyoneon the yearbook staff Cespecially the edi- torslj would like to thank Mr. Dussault for his patience, help and understanding. To Lynee, all my love, Boola. The three of us and D.M. Hey C.R. - that would be AWFUL if you didn't make the World Book of Guinness for the longest sidewalk laughing attack ever!!! "You are what you eat!" O-17-l l? What was bananaman doing at The Beanpot? Remember Cookie, the Wiley graph and the Irish tyrant? For a Good Pizza GEM PIZZA V.F. is against progress! Remember Bunky's history class - including K.H., J.G., G.D., J.S., J.Z., and kid grease. I don't ever want to see another shovel again! E.B., J.H., K.H. and a warm New Year's. I'm surprised E.B. and J.H. remember New Year's! D.O. - Beware of the little red Gremlin. Mr. C., if you see some of my extraterrestrial friends, let me know. K.H. When in doubt- party! D.B. We can dump her, burn her, or bury her. . . Hey D.S., buy a book on flowers - roses are not gladioluses We must do it germetically. . . Denise and Liz, thanks for putting up with me this year, Kevin V.R. Still wants to party with M.A. at the Primate Center. Y.N., Always remember, Love is a decision, C.D. That was the best da-n party ever! Thanx, P.D., from the first one who got wet. Who the he-- is C.G.?!! V.R. wants to thank A.B. for all her chicken soup. Mickey Mouse, nobody could top your constant laughter, love you always - Tiger Hey Tish, this year we'll drive to Longwood! Cwith memories of the East stand and frozen yogurty - Boola. V.R. would like to thank C.D. and L.P. for naming a handstand after her. A.B. - when you have work to do at college - call me! V.R. You're very well-bred, C.R. Amy, what you gonna do? C.D. V.R. drinks to Y.N. on the floor of the back seat of the car. Comme un enfant, enfant de la terre. . . CC.D.J V.R. wishes to leave B.H. a purple gorilla suit, but she can't find one tall enough. 4 A.B., want to hear a story about warm fuzzies? No? - V.R. T.H. - 22? V.R. M.A. - Would you marry me, Bill? V.R. leave G.V. a tuxedo for the cotillion. Hey C.D. won't you ever tell me what C.G. means? Dear Boola, deeley bug, deeley bug, deeley bug, deeley bug! Love Lynee. V.R. would like to thank M.R. for running to sci- ence with her every day. W.S. -I hate my face - V.R. V.R. would like to thank M.A. for all her "Anza- loni" Frosh and Soph parties. North High, it's been real!! RESERVOIR RACQUET CLUB INC. Phone 873-3030 Indoor Tennis at its Finest Congratulations fo the Class of l978 We know the sigh of relief that comes at the end of your final exam. Long years of study behind you, and a big wide world ahead. But even at that it isn't the final test or the end of your learning. The biggest tests still face you in the choice and fulfillment of your life's work. Many plan for college, some may reckon with the armed forces. Gthers will seek positions in industry, trade, business. We, at Dennison, congratulate you on your past accomplishments, if your future plans call for steady employment or summer work, we'll be glad to discuss your problems with you. 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