Garden City High School - Mast Yearbook (Garden City, NY)

 - Class of 1970

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Whenever you open these pages, we hope that you will recall memo- ries of your years here at Garden City High School-may you never forget them. v 4 v 4 1 r 4 r r 2 GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHGOL PRESENTS fHE 1970 NIAST . .u A A, Q f I l W5 xx X I S :eq dl K lt gf tx' Q ff' if I ff r ,l DEDICATION During the past three years our class has had the good fortune to be guided by a man of great dedication and humor, a dynamic and capable individual vvho has earned both our deep respect and our vvarm friendship. His interest in each of us and his willingness to give of his time and talents have made him the force behind our class, and the true "Spirit of '7O." In order to express our gratitude for the invaluable assistance vvhich he has so freely extended to our class throughout our high school career, vve, the class of 1970, dedicate this yearbook to a fine teacher and a truly exceptional individual . . . . . .DONALD BENNETTER Poge 2 P i "'- 1? 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'Q ' I N - - 3 , l v ' H , 1 I - ' ,N 5 W i 4 Q' ' a ' I y K I 1 z - ' ' ' A I ' - , , 1 ' 1' !' 1 1 2 . lu N N W N 1 ' eww x A A r I ' TTTM ' 1 ' .Ql KQQRQQHNN Z T 5 p N w X X i Q I A I 1 1, I 1 DAVID L. FISHER OLIVER VV. IVIELCI-IIOR President of the Board of Education Superintendent of Schools BERNARD VV. ALLEN WALTER E. LAVVDER Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Page 5 oge 6 VVINFIELD S. THOMPSON Graduation from high school provides you with an opportunity to choose what you consider to be the most desirable way to live your life. Self-examina- tion and a careful evaluation of your values, strengths and Weaknesses, wants and needs will help you to identify more clearly what you vvant from life as well as the contributions you hope to make to society. Having set your goals, con- centrate on attaining them. A mixture of hard vvork, dedication and determina- tion will help you to achieve them. QAM!!! ENGUSH DEPARTMENT Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man. -Francis Bacon NANETTE ASHER GEORGE COSTIGAN Chairman WILLIAM BORING ARDELLE CASTELLANA Page 7 STEPHEN CASTELLANO H EN RY DAVID Not Pictured JAMES FARFIELL ALTHEA GONYA Page 8 ROGER GOODWIN ELAINE LYNN '4 ROBERT IVICGOVVAN CHARLOTTE REPPERT BRIERLY REYBINE INEZ SPIERS MARY WATTS EDWARD VVOJNAR Page 9 SOCIAL STUDiES DEPARTMENT History can be well written only in a free country. Page IO Voltaire ALAN BENOSKY CYNTHIA KENDALL Chairman ELLEN BRAUNSTEIN GERALD DOLAN JOSEPH FORMBANO ALLEN LOW! CHARLES MELTON VVALTER NELSON MARTHA SCHNAUBELT JOANNE STARKEY ,,, qgn A Po JAMES TARROU GORDON TEGNELL SCIENCE D E P A R T M E N T Science knows what it is. It does not know what it ought to be. -Emil Brunner NORMAN BADGER C. EUGENE DECKER Chairman MICHAEL BORUT S. TODD CORNELL Page 73 JUUAN KANE JOSEPH MCCABE ' JOHN ORBAN ROBERT WCHMOND RALPH ROSSEN Page I4 HAROLD TURKEL HOWARD VAN WESS MURRAY WALTER WALTER ZILKA Page 15 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT The advance and the perfecting of mathematics are closely joined to the prosperity of a nation. -Napoleon JOHN CLARK Chairman JOSEPH BIVIANO Not Pictured Page 76 DELPHINE BAUER RODERIC BEAULIEU EARL EWING CLIFFORD HORDLOW MARGARET CHARLES KIRSTY iv l inen L,,,,,I IVICNALLY EDWARD RYDER WILLIAM POLLACK CHARLES SNOW Not Pictured Page I7 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT A man who does not know foreign language is igno- rant of his own. -Johann Goethe DONALD BENNETTER DANIEL PERKINS Chairman Page I8 CARIVIINE BRUNI PIERRE CHANOVER EUZABETH DUBSKY JOSEPH GENNA LESUE KEYLOCK JOAN MCATEER ELLEN PADRUSCH f"Qw AIFP Page I9 WWN'0WXv 174' ' 4 M 'f tw f Page 20 ,. mwxmwmm MARIETTA l L if ffff W! PANTIN ELLEN SOLOMON ALDEN SONANDER - -:J , . . - 1 6 1 L w E I MUSHI I DEPARTMENT D g Music is the universal language I of mankind. -Longfellow 4 .1 x . ,r is 1 - .1 L 1 I . K'-if. 1 . s WILLIAM DIEHL LYDIA LOCKRIDGE DONALD CHADDERDON BUSINESS EDUCNUON DEPARTMENT Religion, society,educaz'ion - all have their roots in business. -James A. Adams JOHN CHIAVOLI BARBARA SCHUIVIACHER BOY'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The glory of young men is their strength. -Old Testament CHARLES RIFFLE Acting Director of Boy's Athletics Page 22 FREDRIC BRILLER WILLIAM DOUGHERTY Not Pictured ROBERT OVERTON Not Pictured GIRL'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Health and good estate of body are above all gold. -A pocrypha SANDRA GOEPFERT Acting Director of Girl's Athletics IVIARILYNN SEIBERT .I fn, af f' I : -,, ",,,3"s " n '11, ,osn. A "."'o,.,4,,ncq "u"lru,',olao .n"e,o,f.', . 1'-."fln,..fu -.i,,x.'an,1,,.no 'I .Q 1.0. ,aua, V4 .on.'4opoq 1saf'.::fla, ' 'uns oo, .-..."ea'....-.' LORETTA STEFEK JULIO SILVESTRI RIVER E UCATION WARR EN KING Not Pictured INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Art is the desire of a man to express himself. ROBERT CUNNINGHAIVI Chairman Amy Lowell ROY BLAKENEY RICHARD BUCHER EDWARD MYSLIVECEK CARI- RUS50 PATRICIA JAMES Not Pictured l LINDA WASSERIVIAN PSYCHOLOGY AND HEALTH The dome of Thought, the pal- ace of the Soul. -Byron LORFIAINE SIVIITI-I KATHRYN NIEDBALSKI L I B R A R Y D E P A R T M E N T The true university of these days is a collection of books. -Thomas Carlyle JEAN CRABTREE HOME ECONGMICS Domestic Happiness, then only bliss of paradise that has survived the Fall. -William Cowper KATHLEEN IVIARCIAL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT I He who counsels, aids.-Platus IRVIN FAUST VIRGINIA CORNEHLSEN MARTIN DVVYER 41.--1n WILLIAM RENISON IVIARLENE ROSENTHAL GOORDINATDR OF ACTIVITIES lf anyone specially needs our help, we should give him such help to the utmost of our power. -Cicero Page 28 MARGARET SNYDER 11 ANNE BERNSTEIN NURSES Life is not merely being alive, but being well. -Martial OFFICE STAFF Light is the task when many share the toil. Homer ,. .gtg 0 1 xgilifibgiu A ' ji..ff'.,? V, sg, ' 35 :gg 'J .4 'A TQ .Z rw 3 - , 'gf .1 fr' ii fffssifafm gggfmifarfs J, -QL' 2.45. A S ' w:3.31f1:li:9 , F . . . 1 .. NORIVIA POWEL Seated: V. IVlcCabe, C. Knoph, IV1.Stroetz, R. Krause, E. Wolfram, E. Finegan. Standing: L. Emmer, A. Tietje, IVI. Griswold, L. Smythe, R. Westermann, E. lVIoir. ...n..12.:..1,.gL-I -- -Y fx Page 20 C A F E T E R I A S T A F F The highest distinction is service to others. '-- George VI Standing: IVI. Maloney, E. Zuhlke, S. Sorgie, E. Luckas, E. Kaiser, L. Zenchyk, IVI. Corrigan, IVI. Penson, R. Urbishi, IVI. Cummins. Seated: IVI. Orlich, C. Grasso, R. Termini, N. Santora, E. Hoffman, R. Banks, C. Testa. C U S T O D I A L S T A F F The best service yields the greatest profit. -P. S. Arkwright Seated: E. Seyfried, NI. IVlanzi, D. Flynn, V. Oliveri, J. Bodnar. Standing: S. Pcge 30 Goscienski, Z. Melenski, J. Deans, IVI. Matthew. MARGARET SNYDER MARGARET MCNALLY For many years Miss Snyder has been dedicated to the service of our school and its students. Her calm capa- bility as Activity' Coordinator and her genuine concern for the welfare of the students have stirred in us a deep re- spect and a warm esteem for her-feeI- ings which have been shared by count- less other students during her long career at Garden City High. Therefore, for her unfailing devotion to the students and to the school, we wish to formally express our grati- tude to . . . Margaret Snyder IN APPRECIATION Over the past three years, many mem- bers of our class have been fortunate enough to come into contact with two of Garden City's finest teachers, Mrs. McNally and Miss Smith. The deep in- terest which they take 'in each of their students has earned our lasting friend- ship and warmest regard. Their firm but just demands impel us to learn: their enthusiasm and humor instill in us the will to learn. We, the Class of 197O, wish to take this opportunity to express our deep appreciation to two extraordinary ladies . . . Margaret McNally Lorraine Smith LORRAINE SMITH Page 31 7 4 l 5x My f f x.-'N 1816913 wf'?MJ fP'Nw "'.'b Hwwki ff, ff , X wx 1 "MAJOR" f f QM IWV , Tw ,A fd! ' "COMMODORE" ' ,- 'R if 4gx'Egx F s f' ff xN S. f oi 44? UFRENC 9 Y Y x fix VH' Hyff l if, 1' J xd . n ' w 1.1',l"4h'-Mt ?"1 4 ,N' H7 1 f' Y S- -. MKSNMHQQQQQQQ ff1Q4wA 5 Y' H X X N u X -ix if Q w 1 f f T: L A m I V533 xx I' 'I f , lk ' x X . x L , , K f 'f V :yi fxxlw i , X N an A , r x 16 N , f f y ,Fr 512112 fff ix A- N! AN M r? X if -X 'Q 3. 5 ' , ,gS!: 1-A 't i f 5 1 K 's 1 I R ' X J' X I fM J' I XX- 1,2 ' ! ' ' P K ' ' 1 xx X dl I' l XX ml' ' XM w ANN 'Y q..E5.A:,.:.M,7. X iz,!!zM.:M,W iii 6. f f ' x X D 1 If YN fp 5 X ll y 1 f A 251 Q , Tffo ffiifffw, 'Wy : , 1' wi ww qhi m ww UCHUCKU ' -qw IHKWI i ' sf JXY QMM Mflw ' on L06 1 lfx H BEQNT- ZNPQLL 5 K ET B 11JUDGE1l HDOCH Page 32 A in 0 , N O0 Q ., if e ft.- X I W? 49' , AK M I Y ' '.K -vi 1- :. f I Xi V Q 5 I sl K at I ,W Q pg, Q 0 Ja!!! .J-iff X! fl' jg vi O O 6 if G G 3 " g ' OO 0 . f gf!! Q? ff' Xl?!'f75 Q " iff Z ., X! M Svvntnrn Mx Q f Q I - -- ' f is .'igQ 'X- -. is 'f'- -f -'--x.x-s A-s Q: -f B -- R ..:.E4: 'QA jg wx DEBRA ABBOTT Historian Xfff ,Wifi f ,,,, rf, ff 'a 4 1 Oz' 1 , ,ya ffff 7 f gf N . ., F fx P B. 1 1-3. me .5500 J-fear: MARY BLANCHARD Assistant Social Chairman s:-'Msg-ik" x ' vfavwsi ww. TAYLO R JO N ES Vice-President f, My 333 9, 22 if i JOEL CATANIA President MARY ANN NEILSON Social Chairman PHILIP HIETER Treasurer PAMELA FRIES Secretary Poge 3 LINCOLN ABBOTT Blows a mean French Horn . . .Mast Write-ups . . . Member of the Band, Com- munity Orchestra and Studio Orchestra . . . Fierce member of the "Prunes" Vol- leyball team . . . Vice-President of Church Youth Group . . . Church Basketball . . . Church Softball . . . Spends his time build- ing models and listening to music . . . Spent summer cutting lawns . . . "Linc." VINCENT ACUNTO Known and liked by all . . . Concert Choir President . . . Sergeant-at-Arms of Student Council . . . Folksong Club . Fabulous musician . . .an individualist. . . lightning guitar . . . wheels yellow Opel with black stripes . . . "Vin." Page 34 PAUL ABBOTT Always something to say . . . Election Committee . . . J.V. Soccer . . . Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . The cham- pion floor hockey receptionist at the G.C. Community Church.. .Works at Gristedes . . . "Abs" . . . "Benny." DEBRA ABBOTT Petite and sweet as they come . . . Girls' Sports Editor for Echo . . . Extramural hockey and volleyball ...an agile gymnast . . . Leaders Club . . . Member of Election, Budget, Social and Prom Committees . . . SCB . . . Homecoming Oueen's Court . . . Class Historian . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Full of school spirit . . .Student Coun- I cil Delegate . . . Likes being with people ..."Debbie." NIKKI ALEXANDER y Talented artist . . . Valuable member of I the Art Committee . . . Art Staffs of Echo, ' lnkspots, and Mast . . . Chantecler Art Editor . . . Orientation Committee . . . Sophomore and Junior Executive Boards . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . SCB 1 . . lVlasquers . . . Leading lady in Once Upon a Mattress. . . Folksong Club. . . loves to sing and play the guitar . . . National Honor Society. . . "Fred." PATRICIA ALBERE Tall and striking . . . loves to eat . . . Red Cross Representative . . . G.C. Youth Group Secretary . . . Sak's Fashion Board . . . enjoys friends, poetry and R.W. . . . sparkling green eyes . . . sincere . . . Avid Whopper eater . . . a "Who" fanatic . . . loves the City and the beach . . . going to California this summer . . .a great kid . . . .,Pat.,. JANET AMATO Bubbly personality . . . Social Committee . . . Member of Junior and Senior Execu- tive Boards. . . Masquers . . .Youth Coun- cil . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Works at Prospect Cleaners . . . Helps retarded children . . . Loves the beach . . .Summers in the Hamptons . , . Talkative nature . . . "Tomato." y,f, ifiy, t yy ,zz f ' ' W , T , TER ESA ARCATI An intelligent member of the Senior Class . . . F.T.A .... Concert Choir . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Showaires . . . lively and thoughtful . . . Magazine Drive . . .Spanish Club . . . Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer . . . Enjoys water sports . . . plays the ac- cordion . . . spends her summers in Patch- ogue . . . sweet and petite . . .a truly won- derful girl . . . National Honor Society . . . "Terry." Ll NDA ANDERSON V i Always a helping hand i.. Mast Activities f Write-ups . . . Social and Election " Committees , . . Leaders Club . . . "Save the Children Federation" Chairman . . . Sr. ff Exec. Board... FNA . . . Sun. School Aide f,', f 71, VICTORIA ALEXANDER An attractive brunette . . . Cute clothes . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Basketball intramurals . . . Gymnastics . . .Social Committee . . . FTA . . . Delegate to Senior Executive Board . . . Class Service Award . . .Treas- urer of Concert Choir . . . Spanish Club . . . Homeroom offices . . . Prom Commit- tee . . . G.O. Salesman . . . Publicity Chair- man of CYO . . . loves to do crazy things . . . One of the friendliest and funniest around . . . "Vicki." CYNTHIA BAKER Chairman of Orientation Committee A real beauty . . . Initiated Masquer . . Magazine Drive . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Intramural tennis . . . Candy Striper . . . Sophomore Grade Council . . . Vice-presi- dent of Confraternity . . . Whiz with a sewing machine . . . Prom Committee . . . Chairman of CYO Spiritual Committee. .. Girls' Chorus . . . enjoys water skiing and sailing . . . avid reader . . . unforgettable summer at Fire Island . . . always smiling ...a friend to all . . ."Cindy." . . . Nurses Aide . . . Celestones Secy-Treas. ... Concert Choir . . . A truly great girl "Linda." JOANNE ARENA Laughs at anything . . . Candy Striper l Homeroom officer . . . Camp counselor . . . Red Cross Representative . . . lntra- mural badminton . , . Initiated Masquer . . . likes to watch people . . . reliable Guidance Aide . . . "Reens."' Page 35 MARJORIE BARBER New member of our class . . . lnkspots . . . Math tutor . . .Senior Girl Scouts . . . Sunday School teacher . . . Imaginative collage artist . . . Likes sewing, tennis, skiing, and poetry . . . Secretary of the class in her former school ...Also partici- pated in the Art Club, Drama Club, bas- ketball and volleyball there . . ."Margie." THEODORE BARNES Track and gymnastics . . . Concert Choir . . . Chef's Club . . .Mixed Chorus.. . Enjoys music, girls, and parties . . . has a job with Barnes Building . . . Spends summers working, at the beach, and East Hampton . . . "Ted." Page 36 SUSAN BANKS Petite . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . Prom Committee Candy Striper . . . Heart Fund volunteer . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Beautiful wardrobe . . . Loves the beach . . . Lives for the weekends . . . "Sue." BARRY BEHLEN Has a tremendous interest in music . . Attends many rock and folk concerts Library Staff, as a Junior . . . collects rec- ords . . . would like to work with com- puters. A , ,,',, 14 Y BERYL BARMORE lndespensible to the Senior Class. . . MAST Sports Staff . . . Honor Societ Jr. year . . . Elmira Key Award . .. Magazine Drive Pub. Chairman . . . Varsity Cheerleader . . . Honor Roll Chairman of Honor Society... Sophomore Class Secty. . . . GAA Delegate ...V.P. of Celestones. . . Concert Choir... Jr. Honor Guard . . . Pres. .of Y.F. . . . "All American Band" . . . always on the go . .. very respected member of the class of '70. fi- " fQ,f,,f1f' , V12 ,4 f 'y,i f w?,ljfgQL if ,X 4, ' 1 iv ' ' W ROBERT BATES Wicked on the drums . . . Hardworking member of Band, Studio Orchestra and Stage Band . . .Avid rock concert fan . . . Spends summers destroying Bridgton, Maine . . . Commands a large collection of L.P.'s . . . Unbelievable on skis . . . "Bob." PATRICIA BENNIS Has the oddest laugh . . . Homeroom Chair- man . . . Masquers . . . Phi Tau Rho So- rority . . . Art Committee . . . Candy Striper . . . Member of the Long Island Theater Ensemble . . . Likes Waterskiing, surfing, vvriting, poetry and East Hampton . . . "Pat." V,V,, V V,V, X 1, LZ Yjfffkf ,' ' VINCENT BIGGANE Instant laughs . . . Never misses a good party. . . J.V. Football and Basketball . .. Scrappy guard for G.C. Basketball team . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Various part-time employments . . . Spends time in the Hamptons . . . A surfer . . . "Gan." DAVID BEHM Enjoys the weekends . . . Intramural bas- ketball ...Bowling League . . . Fire Auxil- iary . . . Likes golf, fishing, tennis and water skiing . . . Homeroom Vice-Chair- man, IO . . . A biologist at heart . . . "BIitz." MARY BLANCHARD Fantastic artist . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . .Echo Art Editor. . . Class Hockey team . . . Intramurals . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Art Com- mittee . . , Honor Society in Junior Year ... SCB .., OuHland ScroH ... Gids State Representative . . . indispensable to Masquers Stagecraft . . . Folksong Club . . . Orientation guide . . . lnkspots . . . Latin Club . . . Chairman of Prom Decora- tion Committee . . . loves winter skiing and playing the guitar. e5Qn,- X 9 Q., V.,V t mu ,k,I, is 55, 3 - F -: GM 4 FQ' 3 '-Y'-ies. f ' ,. z T!5'i5if3"5i'? -',..:-gag Q EDWARD BEZOUSKA Well-known member of the class . . . ln- dustrial Arts Club . . , photography . . . A working man . . . Spends summers work- ing and camping . . . "Ed." y , s, I 1,33 'Slum-if :'I F ,,.,V IT. V rip' JOSEPH BILLMEIER Diligent and quiet . . . Can be seen run- ning for Track and Cross Country . . . Election Committee . . . Junior Executive Board . . . Earth Science project in Senior year . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . . Chem- istry Club . . . Chef's Club . . . Member of St. Anne's Youth Committee. . . Spends summer swimming and working or at the pool . . . National Honor Society . . . "Joe." Page 37 DEBRA BOLAND A true Irish lass with red hair and freckles to prove it . . . Basketball, Volleyball, Gym- nastics . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Sophomore and Junior Executive Boards . . . Prom Committee . . . Homeroom offices . . . Folksong Club. . . St. Joseph's Guitar Mass . . . Loves to ski . . . Unfor- gettable performance on Ted Mack's Ama- teur Hour . . . "Deb." GEORGE BOYAJIAN Ouiet and intellectual . . . Cross Country . . . lndoor and Outdoor Track . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Various homeroom offices . . . Always has a few words of wisdom for you . . . Subtle wit . . . A unique personality . . . Page 38 JOHN BLUNDELL Interested in cars . . . Likes to work with electronics . . . Swimming and boating take up much of his summer. . .Active on the slopes . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Able to hold a job. JOHN BOYD J.V. Lacrosse . . . Volleyball . . . Varsity Riflery . . . Chef's Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . Earns his pocket money working at Grand Union . . . Likes to ski on both water and snow . . . Enjoys sports and the beach . . . Spends summers in Maine . . . Memories of a beach party linger . . "Booee." GEORGE BOSZILKOV Well-known member of the Class of '70 with lots of spirit . . .Varsity Male Cheer- leader . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Concert Choir . . . Homeroom officer . . . Student Store . . . loves the beach . . . Experienced surfer . . . Enjoys weight lifting and has a fantastic build to prove it . . . Spends sum- mers surfing . . . "Boz." MICHAEL BOYAJIAN A drumming fanatic . . . Bounces from band to band . . . A true individual . . . Red Cross . . . Election Committee . . . Student Faculty Relations Board . . . Ac- tivities Committee . . . Reserved but makes his presence known . . . Intellectual . . . A Buddy Rich fan from way back . . "Mike." WILLIAM BRADY Always on the go . . . Coaches Little League soccer . . . serves at the Cathedral . . . Sports include J.V. Soccer, Gymnas- tics, Track . . . Spends summers as a life- guard for Nassau County . . . Chef's Club . . . Boys' Bio Club . . . Junior Executive Board . . . AV . . . "Bill," JOHN BRAATEN Has a great personality . . . Member of National Honor Society . . . S.C.B. . . . Band Treasurer . . . Orchestra . . . Math Tutor . . . Youth Fellowship . . . Enjoys golf and playing the trombone . . . "Jack." is DIANE BRANDIN Sweet and sincere . . . An active member of the Class of '70 . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Student Council Alternate . . . Folk- song Club.. .Biology Club. . .Chemistry Club . . . Mixed Chorus . . , Concert Choir . . . Trojans . . . Activity Committee . . . Magazine Drive Co-Chairman . . . A real sports enthusiast . . . Extramural tennis and bowling . . . Softball coach . . . G.C.A.A .... Badminton team . . . Mem- ber of Cathedral Choir and Altar Guild . . . Likes tennis and golf . . . summers in the Poconos . . . always smiling . . . "Dee." BRUCE BRAYNABD Owner of a permanently convertible Buick . . . Mechanical, he works wonders with cars . . . An avid beach goer . . . Enjoys water skiing and snow skiing . . . What a carl STEPHEN BBANCATO A demon with a pool cue . . . Enjoys play- ing the guitar. . . Swims and surfs during the summer . . . Likes to go water skiing . . . "Steve" -ani' t . K. 5. -, 1,1-9 JEAN BRASHEARS Distinctive red hair and freckles . . . Folk- song Club . . . Prom Committee . . . Teacher's Aide . . . Works in the Activity Office . . . Member of Masquers . . . Out- side activities include horseback riding, sewing, babysitting, C.Y.O., and Sodality . . . Spends her summers at the beach . . . "Jeannie." Page 39 IVIURIEL BREW Super nice . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Badminton . . . Gymnastics Show . . . has held many homeroom offices . . . lasted through Mixed Chorus . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Sodality . . . Confraternity . . . enjoys T.V., sleeping and babysitting . .Working girl . . . "Rura." GEORGE BREW Likes water skiing and motor boating . . . Junior Varsity Lacrosse Team . . . St. Anne's CYO . . . Enjoys listening to rock music . . . Plays a great guitar. JOHN BREWER Easy going . . . Photo Club . . . Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . Enjoys ten- nis, sailing, photography, listening to rec- ords, and girls . . . Spends summers and weekends at Shelter Island . . . "Bill" . . . "Willum." WlLLlAlVl BROKANIP Involved in the Garden City Youth Com- mittee . . . Has a job out-of-school . . . Member CYO . . .enjoys skiing and swim- ming . . . Works during the summer . . . "Bill." Page 40 ALFRED BUCHANAN G.C.'s own W. H. Chamberlain . . . Var- sity Basketball, Track . . .J.V. Soccer. . . Best caddy in G.C .... Quick sense of humor . . . Loves to make honor roll . . . Enjoys the beach and weekends . . . Can non". . ."Al." ROBERT BROWN Easy-going . . . Track . . . lVletal Tech Club . . . Enjoys boating, skiing, and flying . . . Worked in Pontiac dealership . . . K.l.lVl. . . .finds the humorous side of everything . . . "Bob." BARBARA BURSCH 5'2"-eyes of blue . . . Bubbling person- ality . . . dedicated to Masquers . . . Red Cross . . . enjoys babysitting . . . Activity Committee . . . Jr. Executive Board . . . Operation "Head Start" . . . has held various homeroom offices . . . a sincere friend. fy,f,, ,, , , , , L ,V j, , i V AQ 5515, , c. l'T'l ID Z W C U3 JP U IP ,,,.m . O 2.--' DQ, 235 O.O,33--1 I ' 3' -Q .. Iwigii-'age .531-QO1,-+ 5',,,CDEmOa7-- b2QmQE'.cn3m -nm' --SQ- bs' "ws, O ZQ. 9: " rn -l '-'g'i- p w 5'. ' W fflig' ' 255' 7q3"'g'g'32Jv BQ-Z'3'D-E-I S5'a:2Q 25 E51Q3gQf"'z E-5'm:3- 3- ' m'E fb- -c:g'::2,'g,Q3. -L1Q.u,6.5'gb ' o.5': 2 ' - "wont-+ o.E QU mmgggg-2 ?3cDZQ.cn. fn WILLIAM BURKE Intramural Volleyball . . . Likes baseball and swimming . . . Caddies for pocket money . . . Remembers the time the "Greek" almost totaled his lovable M.G. . . . Likes to spend his summers doing absolutely nothing . . . Hopes to drop a 427 into his M.G. someday . . . "Bill," JOHN CADIGAN Loyal member of the Offset Club . . . Photography Club enthusiast . . . Enjoys soccer and .water skiing . . . Works at an auto repair shop when he's out of school .. .Member CYO . . . Got his license . .. Jay. JAMES BURSTON Surprised by an occasional unannounced open house at his house . . . Holds down a job at Puppy Palace. . . Member of the Fire Auxiliary . . . Interested in riflery . . . works during the summer . . . "Jim," WILLIAM BUSCHMANN Ebullient Editor of Gedanken der Jugend . . . Quill and Scroll . . . German Club Vice-President . . . Church Commentator . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Varsity Tennis . . . Enjoys skiing . . . Spends summers working with brain-injured children . . . A real dilettante . . . National Honor Soci- u - 1, ety . .. Bill. Poge 4l JOSHUA CALLINS Track Team . . . Honor Roll . . . Band . . . Dance Band . . . Studio Orchestra... Homeroom Officer . . . Out of school, he involves himself in organizing a band . . . Rock Band . . . Spends summer working , . . In Alabama Talent Search Program l1968l . . . STEP Exchange Student from Alabama . . . "Josh." l GREGORY CAPANEGRO Never seen without a camera in his hand . . . Photography Club . . . likes to go hunt- ing . . . Archery . . . enjoys water skiing, swimming . . . works during the summer ...a photo nut. . ."Greg." Poge 42 LYNDA CAIN A new addition to Garden City High School . . . Worked as a Teacher's aide . . . Member of Young Republicans . . . Works during the summer . . . Enjoys babysitting, swimming and photography . . . A true individual and a great friend. CHARLES CAR EW Wheels a Chevy Bomb . . . Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . Senior Ex- ecutive Board ...Photo Club . . .Biology Club.. .Stage Craft . . . Chef's Club... Super-salesman at Burt's Shoe Store . . . Enjoys football and baseball . . . Spends summers working at Burt's Shoes . . . likes to "fix" old cars . . . "Butch" . "CharIie." JAMES CAMPBELL lllustrious President of the Student Store . . . 10th grade H.R. chairman and V.P. . . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Track man . . . Member of the Cathedral Jr. Vestry . . . YPF President . . . likes photography, Aggie this carl, surfing, softball . . . works summers. . ."Jimbo." CANDACE CAPILETS Striking long brown hair . . . Petite and friendly . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Homeroom Parliamentarian and Sergeant- at-Arms . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Confraternity . . . Enjoys water skiing, skydiving, skin diving, sailing, and Met games . . . Beautiful wardrobe . . . Lives in East Hampton during the summer . . . Snow Oueen's Court . . . "Candy." LLOYD CARLSON The man to see at Gristedes . . . l.B.L. . . . l.V.L .... Varsity Soccer . . . Wild basketball player . . . Homeroom Chair- man . . .A man of many names . . . A fun guy who lives for weekends . . ."Porker." PETER CARNAVOS A great interest in photography . . . Went to Westbury Trade School for one year . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . A working man . . . Likes to ride around G.C. in his car . . . Goes to the beach often . . . En- joys having fun . . . "Vos" . . . "Greek." CATHERINE CARIATI Natural dark black hair. . .Enjoys a good time . . . lVlember of lVlixed Chorus . . . A Candy Striper at Nassau Hospital . . . Enjoys playing the piano, sewing and swimming . . . Likes to travel . . .An avid beach goer . . . A sincere friend . . . "Cathy." JOHN CERVINI Athletic, to say the least . . .Varsity Foot- ball . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Worked at Food Fair . . . Spends his summers at the beach . Likes surfing . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . "Sa- vino." '-fcj nr i1"'uk xQ ' - 1 , z 1 'W yjlq Q , ,P 0 V, Tiikv--ff , , ?,:.'f."'Y'tf af 9. f iL'W+ i'i2 Q jeff eva ,1 I lVlARlANNE CARlVlODY Petite, cute and quiet . . .Active in volley- ball and gymnastics . . . F.T.A .... Social Committee . . . Folksong Club . . . Trojan member . . . Homeroom Vice Chair- man ...Activity Committee , . . CCD and CYO . . . Outside activities include bowl- ing, tennis, golf and water skiing . . . Spends summer at the beach . . , Always smiling . . . A sincere friend . . . "Chat- ter." '49 can-JI! A , Q1 L if X ,L 'CMD' t JOEL CATANIA Distinctive President of the Class of '70 . . . Numerous class and homeroom offices . . . Mast Write-ups Staff . . . Member of popular Rock and Roll Band . . . One of G.C.'s best dressed . . . Student Faculty Relations Board , . . J.V. Soccer, Basket- ball, and Baseball . . . Likes to run up huge gas bills. . , Participates in all sports . . , National Honor Society. Page 43 JEANNE CHRISTIANSEN U I SUZANNE CHRISTY Vivacious and attractive . . . great, great Blonde hair and freckles A knack for skier . . . Even better on horseback . . . ' ' ' Folkaires . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed creating imaginative hair-dos . . . Active Chorus . . . a sorority girl . . . Just a bit insane . . . Election Committee . . . "Jeannie." DEBORAH CLAPP Energetic and industrious . . . Sparkling with life . . . Chantecler Editor-in-Chief . . . Mast Girls Write-ups Assistant Editor . . . FTA Secretary . . . Red Cross . . . Student Council . . . Prom Decorations . . . Veteran member of Concert Choir . . . Showaires . . . Initiated Masquer . . . French Club. . .Trojans . . . Church choir, YPF, and Sunday School assistant . . . Cornelia Cotillion , . . indomitable spirit . . . National Honor Society. . . "Debbie." Page 44 SALLIE CHARLES Homeroom officer . . . Guidance Aide . . . Folksong Club . . . Election Committee . . . St. Ann's Sodality . . . lVlother's helper during the summer . . . Remembers her travels to South America . . . C.Y.O. . . . Member of Trojans . . . Cheering coach for G.C, Rams . . . "SalIi." IVIAXINE COHN A loyal friend . . . Girls Chorus . . . Library Staff . . . Homeroom Parliamen- tarian . . . Babysits . . . G.C. Jewish Cen- ter Youth Group Secretary . . . Learning to play guitar . . . Works a register at Great Eastern during the summer . . . "Max." in Social Committee and FTA ,. . . Co- Captain of Color Guard . . . Enjoys camp- ing and the out-of-doors . . . Aspires to be a beautician . . . "Sue." KAREN COHEN One of GeeCee's smallest . . . Alternate Student Council Delegate . . . Holds vari- ous jobs . . . Loves the City, sketching and traveling . . . Unique sense of humor . . . Always has something to say. RANDOLF COLAHAN Nice to know . . . J.V. Tennis . . . Intra- mural Volleyball . . . Band . . . Studio Orchestra . . . Chemistry Club . . .German Club . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Spent summer caddying and traveling to New Hampshire . . . Plays golf and tennis . . . A talented musician . . . "Randy." RICHARD COLLETTA A comical personality . . . Great lVlet, Jet fan . . . J.V. Football . . . J.V. Wrestling . . . Likes to go to the beach . . . seen at the hot spots in town . . . Good guy ...Lettuce . . . "Rich." ROGER COHN A keen sense of humor . , . Wrestling . . . Varsity Lacrosse Manager . . . lVlasquers Club . . . Devoted Acolyte at the Cathe- dral . . . Interested in all sports . . . Likes to drive his car . . . Great guy to joke around with. DANA CONDELLI G.C.'s soul brother . . . Friendliest guy around . . . Gymnastic team . . . Enjoys bowling, camping, traveling, photography, parties, driving, swimming, soccer, cook- ing, eating, and other various social ac- tivities . . . Sailing and Rugbee , . . Unique shoes and walk . . .Always smil- ing. .."Dino." IRIS COLAN Laughs a lot. . .Fun to be with. . .Tennis . . . Red Cross Representative . . . Spanish Club . . . Likes oil painting and landscap- ing . . .Always busy during the weekends . . . Loves picnics and rowboating Loves to dance . . . Enjoys sleeping, eat- ing, and watching T.V .... Friendly per- sonality. GWWWWWZMWWU 5:74. f 1, E 72? , - ...X-gs 35555 is Qrifisiwfai SPST' . 1 tts-if S51 N as Lf LAURIE COLLIER ,,,E A beautiful voice.. .Lincoln Center Award for Music . . . Celestones . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Spanish Club . . . Homeroom Secre- tary . . .Fiesta . . . Sing-Out Long Island ...Skiing in Vermont . . . Plays the piano . . .Worked as a maid in the Garden City Hotel last summer . . . A china doll com- plexion. . .Liked by all. Page 45 CHRISTOPHER CONNELLY Distinct personality . . . lVlasquers Club . . . Folksong Club . . .Assembly Commit- tee , . . Budget Committee . . .Has worked at a camp for the blind during the sum- mer . . .Always a part in a lVlasquers play ...lnkspozs . . . "Chris." PAUL CONNOR Known and liked by all . . . Varsity Foot- ball, Indoor Track Captain, Spring Track Captain . . . President of B.A.A .... Our Sophomore Vice-President . . . Alpha Omega Theta man . . . Enjoys drums and playing the piano . . . Keen wit. Page 46 DEIDRE CONNELLY An amazing sense of humor with a streak of sarcasm . . . Varsity hockey, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, tennis . . . Activ- ity and Election Committees . . . lVlaga- zine Drive . . . G.C. representative . . . Homeroom officer . . . Folksong Club . . . Leaders Club . . . Candy Striper . . . Sodality . . . C.Y.O .... G.C.'s Swimming Team . . . skiing in Vermont. .. "Dade," MARTHA CONDON A scholar at heart . . . Humanities Club . . . S.A.IVl .... Homeroom officer . . . a true individualist . . . lnkspots . . . G.C. Youth Organization . . .practices yoga . . . known to drink tea at lunch . . . spent last summer in Europe. . . "lVlarty." CHRISTOPHER CORSO One ofthe tall ones . . . Homeroom Chair- man . . . Junior Varsity Tennis . . . Riflery . . . Executive Board . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Homeroom V.P .... Nlasquers . . . Summer jobs at Fire Island . . . Enjoys working on cars . . . C.Y.O .... always seen with a certain somebody. . . "Chris." ROBERT CORNACCHIA Always the center of attraction . . . Var- sity Football . . . I.B.L .... l.V.L. . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Avid surfer . . . Great sense of humor . . . Al- ways a clown . . . "Cornach." JOHN CROSBY Fabulous wit . . . Never misses a party . . . J.V. Football . . . Sophomore home- room Chairman . . . Chef's Club . . . Fire Patrol . . . Great skier . . . A true Casa- nova . . . A true individual . . . "Cosmo," BRIAN CUDDY Well-known, well-liked member of the Senior class . . . Friendly, outgoing guy ...Good soccer player. . .J,V. Basketball Captain.. .l.B.L .... I.V.L .... Champion- ship "Brows" Captain . . . Golf enthusiast ...Business Manager Mast and Fiesta . .. Honor Society Junior Year . . . S.C.B. ...Junior Usher. . . Worked at N. Hemp- stead Country Club in summer. . .A great guy, well worth knowing . . . "Brow." ,.,,, I., ,, , , V , W, vim, 'f w ' , CONSTANCE COVENEY Loves to have a good time . . . enjoys horseback riding and music . . . a traveler at heart . . . Working girl . . . spends her summers in Southampton . . . "Connie." CHRISTOPHER CUNNINGHAIVI Always has something to say . . . Home- room Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Winter La- crosse . . . Intramural Basketball . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Audio-Visual Squad . . . Likes to work on cars out of school Snow skies in Vermont... Cun. STEFAN CUKIERSKI Physical fitness nut . . . Co-Captain of Gymnastics . . . Soph and Junior Execu- tive Boards . . . Enjoys scuba diving and weight training . . . Likes to read . . . Spends summers training for winter gym- nastics . . ."Stef." CHRISTINE CULLEN Unique sense of humor . . . Beautiful long brown hair. . . Library Staff . . . Nlasquers member . . . holds a job at Adelphi . . . Interests include collecting rings, paint- ing and photography . . . frequent visits to the Hamptons . . . enjoys a good time ..."Crins." - Page 47 MATTH EW DALTON A friend to everyone . . . Mast Write-ups Staff . . . Plays lacrosse, volleyball, basket- ball , . . Manager of the Basketball team . . . Member of Chef's Club . . . Enjoys sailboat racing on Long Island Sound . . . Quick on the soccer field . . . "Matt." I' ., 1 625 , , r . , . fm, 7-jf ,A-1:3-3 K , ,, 5 2 ' - . A ,l,l Q, 1 ., . I, . ,aa 'ww f' 4 91223 :" ' r4Hg4fi1f"i yt ,rg :',1i, .r , r ,Z-31 . SUSAN DAVIDSON Long blonde hair and blue eyes. . .Friend- ly and energetic . . . Basketball and Volley- ball intramurals . . . Works in the'Activity Office and Library . . . Masquers . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir President . . . T.P.F .... Ac- tive Girl Scout . . . Enjoys bowling, ski- ing, horseback riding and camping . . . Spends her summers as a counselor . , "Suzy." Page 48 WILLIAM DALY Terrific in sports . . . Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball . . . Chef's Club . . . Concert Choir . . . B.A.A. Representa- tive . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Interested in cars . . . A real asset to the school . . . "Bill." PAULA CURCIO A credit to Gee Cee . . . Echo . . . FNA President . . . Folksong Club . . . German Club . . . Guidance Aide . . . Dedicated Candy Striper . . . Always ready to help . . . Orientation guide . . . G.O. Salesman . . . Various homeroom offices . . . Enjoys skating, swimming and sewing . . . Pretty smile . . . Summers spent at camp and traveling . . . a success in all she under- takes . . . National Honor Society. THOMAS DeFILIPPE Well liked by those who know him . . . Friendly guy . . . lnkspots . . . Gedanken der Jugend . . . Intramural volleyball and bowling . . . Art Committee . . . Chef's Club , . . Mast Write-ups . . . Publicity Committee . . . Confraternity . . . Danger- ous with a cue . . . Enjoys swimming and parties . . . Spends summers working in the City and on the beach.. . . Loves to travel . . . "Tom." H. TERRY DAVIDSON Friendly guy . . . l.B.L .... I.V.L. . . . Tennis star. . . Chef's Club . . .Chemistry Club . . .Sportsman . . .A terror on wheels . . . Good friend to everyone . . . "Terry." IVIAUREEN DELAPORTE Shiny brown hair and lots of freckles . . . Works in the Lost and Found . . . Office Aide . . . lVlixed Chorus . . . CYO Board . . . Enjoys babysitting, bowling and sail- ing . . . an avid beach-goer . . . a con- tagious laugh . . . Would like to travel to Europe . . . Never a dull moment . . . Sincere friend . . . "lVlaureen." 9fw,L, I , QLQQCXQ ,, ' f V ffdf f ww If 'ww , f, M ' ' ffZff441,,fy, f A -, iffy: yy, , , , Mffkgii f ,nf WW me 'QQ ,f f f 17 'ygg5QQgg4,r XQQMQQ PAUL DELLE Sports-minded , . . Varsity Football . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . J.V. Football . . . J.V. Lacrosse . . . Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling, and Lacrosse . . . Treasurer of B.A.A .... Chef's Club . . . Spends summers at the beach surfing . . . Works at a Liquor Store . . . great guy to know. ROBERT DELAHUNT One of the hosts for Garden City's Ex- change Students . . . Cross Country and Outdoor and Indoor Track. . . Chef's Club . . . Plays guitar . . . Spends summers working at G.C. Hotel and going on vaca- tion . . . "Bob," ANN DEROUNIAN Office Aide 'Service Award . . . Member of the Glenmore Hunt in Virginia . . . Loves all animals-Great Danes, German Shep- herds and her horse . . . Politics . . . Boarding School accent . . . Cherry Valley Junior Assembly . . . "Ann," ALBERT DEL GIORNO Nice to know . . . Gymnastic and Track teams . . . lives for weekends . . . Expert shoe-salesman at Burt's in Roosevelt Field . . . Spends summers upstate swimming, and at the beach surfing . . . Nice guy . . . "Big Al." ,!,7,,,! ,,,,V, j I Iii, P, , , ,, KURT DERNER Has traveled extensively all over the world . . . Chess Club . . . Homeroom Parlia- mentarian . . . Botany Club . . .Wide col- lection of reptiles . . . Interesting to talk to. Page 49 BARBARA DESCH Beautiful red hair . . . Concert Choir . . . German Club . . . Volunteer Nurses Aide at Nassau Hospital . . . Color Guard . . . Library Staff . . . Church Choir . . . Sun- day School teacher . . . Class Hockey team . . . Enjoys golf . . . friendly to all . . . "Barbara." MARY DICK Freckled, quiet, sincere and always hungry . . . Badminton . . .Volleyball intramurals . . . Leaders Club . . . Budget Committee . . . Council Delegate . . . G.C. Youth Organization . . . Spent Junior year in Paris . . . Likes to meet people . . . Found about town in blue jeans and navy blue sneakers . . . loves peanut butter and banana sandwiches . . , Understanding and a pleasure to be with. Page 50 DAVID DGSALVO Varsity soccer 11 and 12 . . . Intramural Volleyball League . . .Travels in the sum- mer . . . Spends a lot of time with "the boys" . . . Slightly insane driver ot a new Camaro. . ."Dave." RICHARD DIGAN Great guy to know . . . All-around athlete . . . Enjoys playing football, lacrosse . . . Varsity Wrestling . . .Works wonders with a "Jacobs" surfboard '. . . Waits for the time he can have an endless summer . , . Likes to go to rock concerts . "Deeg." JOHN DESCH Tall . . . J.V. Baseball . . . Basketball . .. Varsity Golf . . .A talented musician . . . Band . . .Studio Orchestra . . .Stage Band . . . Travels frequently . . . Spends sum- mers at his summer home and enjoys playing golf . . . Nice guy . . ."Jack." EUGENIE DIERINGER As sweet as they come , . . A conscien- tious worker. . .French and Spanish Clubs . . .Class Social Committee. . .Echo . .. Mast Advertising and VV'rite-ups staffs . . . Intelligence plus . . . Honor Society in Junior year . . . Election Committee . . . lVlan Lai King Committee . . . Cute and freckled . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Trojans . . . Spends her summers at the beach . . . a lively smile . . . "Janie." JOANNE DITTRICH Easy smile . . . Energetic . . . FNA . . Library Staff . . . Activity Committee . . . Babysits . . . Holds a job at Best 84 Co. . . . Enjoys horseback riding, swimming and bowling . . . Spent summers at South- old, the N.J, shore and San Francisco.. . Enthusiastic.. . "Jo." JM, ELOISE DOUGHERTY One of G.C.'s most thoughtful . . . Bas- ketball intramurals . . . Helps everyone . . . Guidance Aide . . . Guidance Service Award . . . F.T.A .... Masquers . . . C.Y.O .... Extremely dedicated . . . Candy Striper . . . Worked at Hempstead General Hospital . . . Heart Fund volunteer . . . Great sense of humor . . . Sews most of her clothes . . . a wonderful friend . . . HEI if MARGARET DILLINGHAM Garden City's beautiful Snow Queen . . . A kind word for everyone . . . Student Council Delegate. . . Magazine Drive Cap- tain . . . SCB . . . Sometimes reserved ...lf there's a way to get out of gym, she's got it . . . Enjoys swimming and going to the beach . . . Spends memorable sum- mers at West Hampton Beach . . . "Peggy-" THEODORE DROSSOS Friendly and outgoing . . . Varsity and Intramural Wrestling . . . Intramural Bas- ketball . . .Alnterest in Industrial Arts . . . Spent one summer helping to teach shop at Stratford . . . Surfing, skiing, horseback riding, photography and golf are his main interests . . . Likes to work on cars . . , "Ted," MARY DONOVAN As cute as they come . . . Devilish streak ...intramural volleyball . . .Social Com- mittee . . . Concert Choir Historian Prom Committee . . . Homeroom offices . . . CYO Publicity . . . Golf lessons Sodality . . . Joker 412, second only to C.W .... Loves watching D.G. run Brown . . . "Patsy." .4 ,Q f ' , ,,,! , , vi WILLIAM DOUGLAS ,t,51tgggj -as . 3 .mcg 3 Tall, athletic build . . . Varsity Baseball, 3 years . . . l.B.L .... l.V.L. . J.V. Football . . . Chef's and Photo Clubs . . . Hunts and fishes out of school . . . Member Porks Club . . . Great athlete Lives for weekends . . . "Bill" . "Travis." Page 51 FRANK DUGGAN A fanatic about everything . . . Riflery Team . . . Likes to work out on the Uni- versal Gym . . . Member C.Y.O .... ln- terested in photography, foreign coins, motorcycles . . . Summers are spent fish- ing, boating and hiking . . . "Frank." .f.f4 Hai QVWHEQ : ' I Q - : 3- r" , 4 ,m r f ' 1 i2 .- gtg V I -'ff ': ' 5' . 151. f"f 'F' - 'i 2z4'f,.v -' ,g,1,4Q',:? LESLIE EARING Gift of gab . . . Can always be found in the gym . . . Fiesta . . . J.V. hockey and all Intramurals . . . Student Council dele- gate . . . Election and Social Committees . . . Reserve Fund Committee . . . Leaders Club . . . Spanish Club . . . Prom Com- mittee . . . Magazine Drive homeroom captain . . . Babysits . . .Likes water sports , . . spends summers at the beach . . . Energy plus . . . "Les." Page 52 MALACHY DUFFY President of Masquers . . . Echo Adver- tising director . . . lnkspots Managing Editor . . . National Honor Society . . . SCB . . . Quill and Scroll Secretary! Treasurer. . . Mast. . . Assembly Commit- tee . . . Boys State Representative . . . Masquers Lighting director . . . Sir Harry in "Once Upon a Mattress" . . . Church commentator . . . Enjoys theatre, malacol- ogy, the beach, traveling, Star Trek, good films, and trying to get a tan . . . "MaI." BARBARA EGAN Sparkling personality . . . Secretary of FTA as a Junior and President as a Senior . . . President of the Botany Club . . . President of Junior Sodality '68-'69 . . . Library Staff . . . CYO . . . Spends sum- mers in Vermont . . . Enjoys photography, bowling, badminton and tennis . . . A will- ing worker. . . "Eggy." JAMES DUGGAN Veteran Masquers Treasurer . . . Mast Write-ups and Advertising . . . Varsity Gymnastics and Spring Track . . . G.O. Salesman . . . Student Citizenship Board . . . Enjoys tennis and golf, the pool div- ing team . . . Spends summers painting houses.. ."Jim." MICHAEL EBERLE Has the fastest and only '59 Anglia in town . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Track ...Band . . . Studio Orchestra ...German Club . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Gives clarinet lessons . . . Enjoys working on cars . . . likes to go fishing and golfing ...Plays tennis . . ."Mike." MARY EISEN Beautiful clothes . . . Volleyball intra- rnurals . . . Spanish Club . . . Man Lai King Committee . . . Folksong Club . . . Bowling League. . .Collects Johnny Cash albums . . . Spends her summers traveling . . . National Honor Society. ANNE EMMENEGGER A credit to our class . . . Brain, brains, brains . . . National Honor Society as a Junior . . . National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . Trojan Club . . . Concert Choir . . . Social Committee . . . Mast Advertising Editor . . . Chantecler Business Manager . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . A linguist . . . French, Spanish and Latin Clubs . . . Confraternity . . . Church Choir . . .A flair for writing and a good sense of humor . . . Sews beautifully . . . Loves skiing, the beach and oatmeal cookies . . . "Em." ,mf r if XSS IAS X F - D , ff 5 7.1. , 99 ff Fu-as -f 'g1zP:-iQ?- W, ffl' I ' ' I ,f f I f,'il4W4wf'f,, 'L ' 'ifdjil I1 f. zceim irtrtr tyti rrtf ,,,g1,fy W., Q' f ' K Vp ,g ,406 f f f 1 ff .teh ,V ,,,',,, ,,'r . ' ' PATRICIA EGGERS A pert and peppy bundle of enthusiasm . . . Our ambassadress to Denmark . . . Varsity Hockey . . . lntramurallvolley- ball, basketball, and gymnastics . . . Stu- dent Council Delegate . . . Student Coun- cil Service Award . . . Junior Class Secre- tary . . . Social Committee . . . Spirited Varsity Cheerleader. . .Never stops laugh- ing . . . Concert Choir . . . Homecoming Queens Court . . . Magazine Drive Cap- tain . . . Heart Fund volunteer . . . Sum- mer or winter has skis on her feet . . . National Honor Society . . . "Patty." EDWARD FAGAN Dedicated runner . . . Cross Country Cap- tain and three year man . . . Indoor Track and Outdoor Track Co-Captain . . . Senior Executive Board . . . Friendly guy . , . "Ed" . . . "Woody." NAIVIEER EL-KADI Our future Peter Pan . . .Active Masquer . . ."Carlos?" . . .French Club. . .Garden City Little Theatre . . . Little League Soc' cer Coach . . . Riflery . . .Swimming . . . Loves little kids . . . Really great to know, and a friend to one and all. I i 'L' ,Z5ggf1y , 4 fjv I w ,,,' ' , "" cw ff' 12, 'nl J,-,5ff,w,,,v'H,,,,,,,f,f ' ' flfwi.,,L '- ' wi' DEBORAH ENGLIS Deep blue eyes . . . Intramural volleyball, basketball . . . Extramural badminton . . . W. A. Townsend Award for Japanese . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Church school organist for the Cathe- dral ...Accomplished pianist. . .Spends summers outdoors camping, swimming and sailing . . . National Honor Society ..."Debble." Poge 53 GARY FEDYN Works on cars in his spare time . . . Bus- boy at the Garden City Hotel . . . Indus- trial Arts Club . . . Swims and plays golf . . . Goes to the Hamptons in the summer . . .Water skis. JAN FINNERAN An individual . . . Contributor to lnkspots . . . loves sailing and bicycle riding . . . CYO . . . Enjoys camping and having a good time . . .A working girl. Page 54 BRIAN FALK Towering lineman on the football team . . .Varsity Football . . .Varsity Track. . . Intramural Wrestling . . . Dependable mem- ber of the Fire Patrol . . . Can be found working in the Bookroom . . . Always at a good party.. ."Gert." GARRETT FITZSIIVIONS Concert Choir . . . J.V. Football . . . IVIan- aged J.V. Baseball . . . Intramural Bas- ketball . . . Worked at Stouffer's . . . Caddied during summer . . . Plays touch football and softball . . . Pumps gas at Bob's Triangle.. ."Garry." BRENDA FEX Friendly . . . Initiated Nlasquer . . . Junior Executive Board . . . Teacher's Aide . . . Concert Choir . . . Chairman of Prom Refreshment Committee . . . Outside in- terests include the beach, swimming, ten- nis and boys . . . "Peter Pan" in Nlasquers assembly. . . "Brends." GERALD FITZG ERALD Interested in art . . .Always has something to say . . . Homeroom Officer . . .A work- ing man . . . Chef's Club. . . Enjoys still- lite painting . . . Swimming . . . Spends summers in Kingston . . . Catchy name. . . HGer.,, EDWARD FLERI Quiet and reserved . . . Honor Society in Junior year . . . Honorable Mention in Nassau-Suffolk Latin contest . . . Chess Club... Mathletes . . . Soccer . . .Wres- tling . . . Clarinet and saxophone . . . Band . . . Studio Orchestra . . . Eagle Scout. . . Camping . . .Hiking . . . Canoe- ing . . . Loves to travel . . . "Ward." KATHLEEN FOLEY Athletically inclined . . . G.A.A. President and former Treasurer . . . President of Leaders Club . . . Leaders Secretary-Treas- urer in Junior year , . . JV and Varsity hockey, volleyball, basketball and tennis . . .Assembly and Activity Committees. . . Homeroom offices . . . SCB . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Prom Committee . . . Trojans . . . St. Anne's Sodality President . . . CYO . . . Spends summers playing tennis . . . Great sense of humor . . . The sweetest and friendliest around . . . "Foley the Goalie" . . . "Kathy." ANNE FOCHTMAN Gorgeous long brown hair . . . An active member of the Art Committee, Social Wy? 'ff ,f 5 RICHARD FLANAGAN Hard-nosed football player . . . German Club. . .Honor Society. . .lBL. . . IVL . . . All around sports fan . . . Spends his summers in Peconic . . . Wheels a fierce "Blue Bomb" . . . "Rich" . . . "Flan." PETER FORSHAY President of National Honor Society . . . National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . SCB . Varsity Soccer, Tennis, and Gymnastics . . . Junior Varsity Soccer, Wrestling, and Track . . . President of C.Y.O .... Enjoys dances and parties, sports, and the beach . . .A summer hedonist . . . "Pete." Committee and Election Committee . . . Also enjoys participating in Masquers, Hu- manities Club and S.A.M .... Likes sew- ing and sailing . . . Remembers vacations in Sag Harbor . . . Sweet as they come ..."Anne." ui 572 J kv-A my x JAMES FORAN Can't miss him . . . Varsity Football and Varsity Baseball . . . Chef's Club.. , Fire Patrol . . .A.V. Club . . . G.C. Volun- teer Fire Department . . . Automotive Mechanics . . . Loves hunting and trap- ping . . . Travels . . . Keen mind . . "Jim" . . . "Tiny." Poge 55 DAVID FOXEN One of G.C.'s outstanding athletes . . Varsity Football . . . Wrestling Captain .. . Lacrosse. . .Chef's Club. . .Concert Choir. . . Enjoys surfing, skiing, and base- ball . . . Spends his summers at the beach ..."Fox. VICTORIA FREEMAN Petite and sweet . . . Enjoys playing ac- cordion professionally . . . Painting and tennis . . . Orchestra Masquers Choir . . . Write-ups Band Librarian . . .Community . . . Artistically inclined . . . . . . German Club . . . Concert Publicity Committee . . . Mast . . .Chemistry Club. . . Maga- zine Drive . . . a versatile individual . . . National H Page 56 onor Society , . . "Vicki." TORBERG FOSS Our intelligent Exchange Student from Norway . . . Worked on his school news- paper. . .German Club. . .Foreign Policy Forum . . . Humanities Club . . . Enjoys skiing . . . skating . . . Great personality and a good friend . . . "Thor." PAMELA FRlES A tall, attractive brunette . . . Extremely talented . . . A beautiful singing voice . . . President of Celestones . . . Concert Choir . . . Member of the "All American Band" . . . Loves the theatre and acting . . . Masquers Secretary in Junior year . . . Former Music Director of "Sing-Out Long lsland" . . . Secretary of the Senior Class . . . Various homeroom offices . . . Plays tennis and the piano . . .A sincere friend . . . Admired and respected by all who know her . . ."Pam." RANDALL FRANK An almost permanent fixture in the Studio . . . Three-year Technical DirectoP. . . Audio-Visual Squad . . . Has a job out-of- school . . . Enjoys bowling and pool . . . Works during the summer . . . "Randy." DEBORAH FRIEL A real ham . . . intramural volleyball . . . Homeroom Parliamentarian . . . Masquers . . . Magazine Drive Captain . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Confraternity . . . Interested in water skiing, skindiving and boating . . . Worked with brain-damaged children . . . Monopoly expert . . . Petite .. .Unique sense of humor . . . "Debbie." JOHN GALLAGHER Ardent sports enthusiast . . . J,V. Foot- ball, Basketball, Co-Captain J.V. Lacrosse . . . Varsity Football, Basketball and La- crosse . . . B.A.A. Delegate . . . Enj0yS lce Hockey . . . Treasurer of Latin Club . . . Chef's Club . . . Various homeroom offices . . . Hard-nosed President of Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Spends sum- mers as counselor at Pennsylvania camp ..."Jay." C...-wr 1. JAMES GARNETT Handsome and strong . . . Mast Staff . . . Chef's Club . . . SCB . . . Folksong Club . . . J.V. Soccer . . . J.V. Wrestling . . . Captain Varsity Gymnastics . . . G.C. Pool Diving Team . . . Enjoys playing the guitar, skiing, mountain climbing and weight lifting . . . "Jim." MARY LOU FUERST Striking and sophisticated . . . Beautiful clothes, beautiful figure, beautiful . . . Mast Editor-in-Chief . . . National Honor Society . . . Intramural hockey, badminton, volleyball, basketball . . . Homecoming Oueen's Court . . . Election, Social and Activity Committees . . . Treasurer of Tro- jans . . .Junior Honor Guard . . .Has held many homeroom offices . . . Initiated Mas- quers . . . Folksong Club . . . Prom Com- mittee . . . Sodality . . . CYO . . . Regina Assemblies . . . Drives a yellow Mustang ...Has something nice to say about every- one . . . Important member of the Senior Class. GEORGE GATES Enjoys trips to Newport. Atlantic City and especially Woodstock . . . N.Y.C. with Danks . . . Can be found working at Savino's . . . Guitar . . . Snake collector . . . Fixing his B.S.A. motorcycle . . . Sleeping . . . Very individualistic . . . Sense of humor . . . Never in one place for long. LINDA GARCIA Beautiful eyes and friendly smile . . . Great gyrnnast . . . SCE . . .Activity Com- mittee . . . Hard worker . . . Activity Office Aide . . . Prom Decorations . . .FTA ...Thoughtful of others . . . Concert Choir . . . Festivalaires . . . Color Guard . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Lost and Found . . . Loves to dance . , . Tutor for "Up- ward Bound" program . . . Traveled to Spain . . .A great gal. GARY GASPARELLO A dynamic sense of humor . . . Enjoys building and observing things . . . Fire Patrol . . . G.C. Gents . . . Plays lead guitar.. . Music nut. . Trips to Newport, Woodstock and Peace Park . . . Outstand- ing blue-green eyes . . . "Gas." Page 57 WENDY GENSEL Petite and sweet with long brown hair . . . Spends summers boating, traveling, and meeting new people , . , Reliable home- room officer . . . FTA . . . Sub-Chairman of Activity Committee . . . lvlasquers . . . Intramurals . . . Heart Fund Volunteer... Altman's Fashion Board . . . Avid snow bunny. . . Outgoing, talkative, and always laughing . . . Cute in every way. DENISE GIANNASIO Vivacious personality . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Social Committee . . . Spanish Club . . . Lost Si Found ...Office Aide. . .Mast Girls Write-ups . . . Basketball intramurals . . . President of Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . St. Joseph's Guitar Nlass . . . C.Y.O. . . . PTA summer aide . . . National Honor Society.. ."Denise." Page 58 ROBERT GEORGETTI lVlernber of the Varsity Bowling team . . . CATHERINE GENNA Beautiful eyes . . . Girls' Chorus Service. Award . . . Works at a dry cleaner . . . Plays tennis, badminton, piano . . . Likes to sing, cook, and pit cherries . . .Worked with brain-injured children . . . One of G.C.'s sweetest . . . "Cathy," ROBERT GILBERT Enjoys hunting and camping. . .Cathedral Y.P.F. Vice-President . . . Has fun snow and water skiing . . . A variety of home- room offices . . . Hard working member ot the Student Store . . . Garden City Fire Auxiliary Squad. .."Bob." Library staff . . . Has worked as an engi- neer, surveyor and mechanic . . . A snow skiing enthusiast . . . Also enjoys foot- ball, basketball, soccer and softball . . . Bowls in a league. . ."Bob." MARY ELLEN GIBBONS Always worring about her weight.. .Beau- tiful blond hair . . . Basketball intramurals . . . Chaplain of Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Roslyn Duck Pond . . . Horseback rid- ing . . . Greenport . . . "Geeba." LINDA GODFREY An individual . . . Great sense of humor . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir . . . Likes swimming and water ski- ing . . .Was a lifeguard at Camp DeWolfe . . . Plans a career in 'Practical Nursing , . . Nice to know . . . "Lady G." , , , w ,, ' WENDY GOODKIN Likes to talk . . . Friendly . . .An aversion to gym . . . Nlasquers . . .Works at Adelphi . : . Guidance Aide for three years.. .An accomplished pianist. . . Outside interests include weekends and going out . . . "Wendy." X ,V,g, nf fix JANE GILlVlAN Our pretty ambassadress to Japan . . . Concert Choir . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir . . . Student Council Delegate in Soph year . . . Color Guard . . . Red Cross Representative . . . Senior Hockey team . . . Social Committee . . . Gymnastics . . . Sweet personality. LINDA GRAEFING Tall and slender. . .Junior Honor Guard . . . Echo News Editor . . . Gedanken Der Jugend . . . German Club . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Homeroom officer . . . Walther League . . . Teaches Sunday school . . . Doc Borut's fleet- footed messenger . . . "Grafe." JANE GOODING Beautiful clothes . . . Election Committee . . . Summertime tennis bum . . . Winter- time skiier . . .Worked during the summer . . . Enjoys long, hot days at the beach ...Beautiful eyes . . . "Jane." GERALD GOODWIN An individual . . . Industrial Arts Club Plays guitar . . . Plays in a band . . .Takes life as it comes . . . "Jerry." Page 59 JENNIFER GRAY Beautiful waist length brown hair . . . Sincere and warm . . . Homeroom Secre- tary . . . Red Cross and Magazine Drive Representative . . . Lost and Found . . . Skiing . . . Nurse's and Guidance Aid . .. Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Works at Gristedes during the summer , . . Fre- quently goes to the beach . . . The great- est. . ."Jen." LINDA GREEN Welcome addition from Cherry Hill, New Jersey . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Masquers House Committee . . . Sweet as they come . . . Cathedral Girls' Choir . . . Bright, blonde hair . . . Loves to run . . . Cute in every way . . . Works at Adelphi. Page 60 SUSAN GRANDT Reserved member ofthe Senior class . . . Sweet, with a kind word for everyone . . . Art Committee . . . Guidance Aide . . . Girls' Chorus . . . F.T.A .... Soft-spoken Sergeant-at-Arms in homeroom . . . Lots of outside interests . . . Music, piano, drawing, boating, miniature golf . . . Has a fantastic peanuts collection . . . Spent her summer boating, beaching, and cruis- ing to Expo . . . National Honor Society . . . "Sue." SCOTT GREINER Varsity Gymnastics . . . Golf . . . Basket- ball ...Member of the Spanish Club... Likes cars and all sports . . . Spends his summers making the Southampton scene . . .Friendly and outgoing. DONACLARE GRAZIANI Never on time . . . Basketball and volley- ball intramurals . . . Hockey team . . . Gymnastics show . . . Enjoys tennis and horseback riding . . . A crazy actress with original clothes . . . Loves cheese, bread and wine. . .Spent summer in Europe... A real riot . . . "Dona" . . . "Graz." MARY GREEN Opinionated personality . . . Member of FTA, FNA and Masquers . . .Takes life as it comes . . . Loves to travel . . . Enjoys working as a Candy Striper . . . Remem- bers summer of '69 . . ."Mary." DIANE GUARNIERI One of the sweetest kids around . . . Member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority : . . Hockey, volleyball, and basketball Intramurals . . . Has held various home- VALERIE GUINAN A definite asset to G.C .... Mast Girls' Write-ups Editor . . . Concert Choir , , . Spanish Club Vice-President . . . French room offices . . . Magazine Drive and Red Cross . . . Works at A818 . . . Teaches retarded children . . . Loves the beach, horseback riding and parties . . . "Guin." X ERIC HABBEN An all-around guy . . . Echo reporter . . . J.V. and Varsity Tennis . . . Intramural Volleyball and Basketball . . . S.C.B. . . . Wakes up the school by reading the Daily Bulletin . . . Concert Choir . . . Chef's Club. . . Festivalaires . . . Math Aide. .. Interested in yoga and magic . . . Enjoys traveling . . . An outgoing person . . . National Honor Society. ANDREA GRILLI A welcome addition in Junior year . . Chantecler . . . Library Committee . . . Election Committee . . . Activity Com- mittee . . . SAM . . . Political work . . . Sodality. . .CCD . . . CYO . . .An excel- lent seamstress . . . Ranges from quiet to outgoing . . . "Andy." CAROLE HALL Sweet and lovable . . . Sports-minded: volleyball intramurals, gymnastics . . . Enjoys water skiing, swimming, boating, tennis and the beach . . . Excellent seam- stress and Acook . . . Social Committee . . . French Club . . . Masquers Publicity . . . Spanish Club . . . Homeroom officer ...Martin's Fashion Board.. .a mother's helper . . . Soft brown hair. Club . . . Student Council and Class Social Committees . . . Election Committee . . . Extramural volleybajl . . . Intelligence unlimited . . . Honor Society in Junior year . , . National Merit SemifFinalist . . . Junior Honor Guard . . .American Legion Auxiliary Award . . . SCB . . . "Val," . , V fa f , , f .ff rf,-r 2 ,f ' ' ff' ,3?v: its- 'if1p'ff'f A LQ 4 Mfr' Cai? , ,iw -' c,, u , I - I - 1.5 64 L 7, ,fy nf V, Q ,H .1 , if ua 1 1 114' 59-Elf , ,' f'f"'1fQ, f,-ffdfi-rf,",fiff'fv7' f'fL,i', -Kg 'A 'HCI' ' I ff C ," ' , ,' Q ' 6 .."" P fsafafitv .,5Z'w frtfm we ,t,.,fw Jaffe ,wf4wff,:. ' Q it .V :JT -1' -A tw use '-3 VIRGINIA HAGUE Ahelpful member of the Senior class . . . Active on Student Council as a Delegate and Chairman of SCB Nominating Coma mittee . . . Lighting crew . . . Masquers . . . Guidance Aide Service Award . . . lndustrious . , . Always lends a helping hand . . . Assembly Committee . . . Con- cert Choir veteran . . . Folkaires . . . Festivalaires . . . Orientation Committee . . . President of GCHS chapter of Red Cross . . . Collects for GC Community Fund . . . Teaches Sunday School . . . Mothers helper . . . Interested in music, camping and children , , . "Ginny," Page ol LAURA I-IARDER THOMAS HANNAN Good all-around athlete . . .Varsity Cross Country, Track . . . IBL . . . IVL . . . CYO Basketball . . . J.V. Football . . . Budget Committee member . . . One of "The Boys' '... A sense of humor . . . "Tom." WILLIAM HAMILTON Literary figure of the class of '70 . . . President of Quill and Scroll . . . fnkspots Editor-in-Chief . . . "Once Upon a Mat- tress" cast . . . Echo . . . Traveled in Newfoundland . . . Frequents the beach during the summer . . . Swims and plays tennis . . . enjoys writing and good films . . . concerned and creative . . . "BiII." HENRY HARRIS Strong athletically and academically . . . Varsity Football . . . Indoor Track, Spring Track . . . Fine shot-putter . . . Avid vveight-lifter , . . S.C.B .... Fire Patrol . . . B.A.A. Representative . . . Waldner Science Foundation Fellowship . . . Eagle Scout . . . N.R.A. member . . . Enjoys collecting guns. . .Wheels a blue Mustang ..."BiIl." Page 62 JANE HEBRANK Cute and lively . . .JV and Senior hockey teams . . . Leaders Club . . . Intramurals . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Social Committee . . . Homeroom Captain of Magazine Drive . . .All homeroom offices . . . Dependable Secretary of CYO . . . Treasurer of Mixed Chorus . . . Senior Executive Board . . . Taught brain-injured children . . . Likes crumbcake . . . Often seen chanting "Ah woe!" . . . Beautiful black hair. . .National Honor Society.. . "Heeby Geebyf' As slim as they come . . . Likes trees . . . Volleyball intramurals . . . Active in Social Committee . . . Reserve Fund . . . Elec- 'tion Committee . . . Activity Committee . . . Homeroom officer . . . lrrepressible smile . . . Prom Committee . . . Masquers . . . G.O. Salesman . . . Magazine Drive Salesman . . . Concert Choir , . . Great horseback rider. . .Also enjoys skiing... Spends summers at Nassau Point . . . NANCY HAYES A real doll . . . Intramural hockey, basket- ball, volleyball ...Alpha Phi Alpha Soror- ity. . . CYO ...Often seen driving around ...Spent last summer in Bermuda, Maine. and D.F.'s . . . Beautiful red hair . . . A brain . . ."Nan." JOHN HERIVIANSON Always seen with a camera . . . Mast Photography Editor . . . Spends his time in the A.V. room . . . Chief Engineer of WGCH . . . A.V. Service Award . . . A collector of many things including lwhat else?l cameras . . . A friendly, likeable, easy-going guy. ELIZABETH HESS Only known as "Buffy" . . . Great sense of humor and personality to match . . . Sports enthusiast . . . Varsity hockey, volleyball and basketball . . .Social Com- mittee . . . Lost and Found . . . Veteran homeroom officer . . . Executive Board . . . Activity Office worker . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Enjoys horseback rid- ing, swimming . . . loves the beach . . . Spends summers working and camping. LINDA HERBST lVIusicaIly inclined . . . Band member. . . Studio Orchestra . . . Folksong Club . . . Enjoys playing the guitar and listening to records and the radio . . . Church Choir Secretary . . . Election'Committee . . . Library Staff Service Award . . . Likes Senior Girl Scouts and being a Junior Scout Leader . . . Church Youth Group .. . FTA . . . lVlath tutor . . . lVlasquers . .. Remembers trip to California . . . Friendly to all. , KATHERINE HIGGINS Expressive eyes . . . Beautiful face . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Cornelia Cotillion . . . Library Staff . . . Veteran babysitter . . . Lives it up on the weekends . . . Loves summers in Buckhill, Pa. . . . "Kathie," - ' " ,. J, . I I X IVIARY HERIVIANSON A tall, attractive blonde with a sparkling personality . . . Social and Election Com- mittees . . . Concert Choir . . . Folksong Club . . . FTA . . . Spanish Club . . . Volunteer worker with handicapped chil- dren . . .An avid art enthusiast . . . Enjoys playing guitar and sailing. . .Spuends sum- mers on the beaches of Cape Cod. PHILIP HIETER Respected member of the Senior class . . . National Honor Society . . .Ambassador to Germany . . . Vice President of SCB . . . Senior Class Treasurer . . . German Club , . . Chef's Club , . . Co-Captain Varsity Soccer . . . J,V, Wrestling . , . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Enjoys listening to Dylan . . . "Phil" Page 63 DONALD HOLlVlAN A real sports enthusiast . . . Varsity Foot- ball and Lacrosse . . .Winter Weightlifting ...Student Citizenship Board .. .National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Band and Studio Orchestra . . . Spends sum- mers working at G.C. Swimming Pool . . . A great friend . . . National Honor Society . . . "Don." CHRISTOPH HILLEJAN Our Ambassador from Germany . . . Likes table tennis and plans to travel through the United States . . . Cross Country . . . Pleasure before work . . . Enjoyable to speak to . . . Already a lVlet's fan . . . "Chrisy." BARBARA HORSTIVIANN Active member of the Class of '70 . . . Secretary of SCB . . . Prom Committee . . . Concert Choir . . . Leaders Secretary . . . Enjoys hockey, volleyball, and basket- ball . . . Always friendly . . . Social and Election Committees . . . Enjoys water skiing . . . Summers at Nassau Point. Page 64 JEFFREY HORTON Sports-minded . . . Varsity Track . . . Var- sity Gymnastics and Wrestling . . . Home- room Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Loves to ski and surf . . . Plays thelguitar in his spare time . . . Summers are spent at the beach, Hamptons, and working at the G.C. Hotel ..."Je1"f." PATRICIA HORGAN Always a smile . . . Activity Committee . . . lvlasquers Stagecraft . . . Confraternity . . . Likes swimming, boating, water ski- ing, and' horseback riding . . . Small in stature, big in personality . . . "Pattie." BETTY JO HORSTIVIEYER One of G.C.'s prettiest . . . Varsity Cheer- leader . . . Junior.Class Social Chairman . . . Magazine Drive. . .Veteran SCB . .. extensive traveler . . . Co-Captain JV Cheering . . . Varsity and JV hockey . . . Gymnastics demonstration . . . enjoys sewing and water skiing . . . A848 Fashion Board . . . summers in Kansas . . . Loves a good party . . . National Honor Society ..."Betty." RICHARD HUGHES A distinguished member of the Class of '70 . . .Activities Editor of Mast. . . Band . . . Vice-President of Dance Band . . . Studio Orchestra . . . Community Orches- tra . . . German Club . . . Interested in science . . . Trying to build a computer . . . Model radio-controlled airplanes . . . Golf . . . Traveling . . . Excellent kite-flyer . . . National Honor Society . . . "Rich." GEOFFREY HUBBELL One of GC.'s finer athletes . . . Varsity Football . . .Gymnastics . . . Lacrosse. . . Active homeroom member . . . G.C. Gents . . . Goes skiing, rock climbing and camp- ing in the Adirondacks . . . Plays lce Hockey . . . Sails . . .Always a smile... "Geoft." MICHAEL HUTCHISON A hard-working member of the Senior class . . . Chairman of Election Commit- tee . . . President of the Trojans . . .Mast Write-ups . . . Student Council Delegate ...Polksong Club. . . Masquers. . . Golf . . . Likes water and snovv skiing . . .the red Firebird that was . . . Dallas' loss- our gain . . . "Mike.f' N, ,zpf'+f"" '.5ms is E s 3 1-0 Q 9 N i xv S sox i s 'L.fQtSTQ .ki t- - - - - SUMI IWAI Our adorable ambassadress from Japan . . .mischievous . . . President of her class in Japan . . . Masquers . . . Mixed Chorus . . . loves to travel, swim and play tennis ...plays the piano and guitar. . ."Sumi." SUSAN JACKSON Beautiful blonde hair . . . CYO . . ,work- ing . . . Richie . . .boating and water ski- ing . . . retires to Shelter Island over the summer . . . usually smiling . . . "Sue." R 525 Q5 an fl 3s-"3 3517 ff. f , , 1,1 'X , -'ig f X .-:fliifai f ' , JOAN JACKSON Athletically inclined . . . True to GA.A. . . . Vice-President of Leaders . . . Presi- dent of C.Y.O .,.. Folksong Club . , . Social Committee . . . Sodality . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . , Biology Club . . . Latin Club . . . Held various homeroom offices . . . Trusty mothers helper. . . En- joys all sports . . . a true friend . . . "Jonie." Page 6 BARBARA JAMES Beautiful and friendly smile . . . Spanish Club . . . Folksong Club . . .Art Commit- tee . . . FTA . . . lnkspots . . . artistically inclined . . . lively . . . Church Choir . . . traveled extensively . . . loves to paint . . . kind and thoughtful . . . "Barb," CYNTHIA JENKS Talented, active and extremely intelligent member of our class . . . National Honor Society and Ouill and Scroll both in Jun- ior year . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Assistant News and Literary Editor of Echo . . . S.C.B. . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Musical . . . Celes- tones, Festivalaires, Concert Choir, plays the piano. . . Beautiful wardrobe and cute figure . . . French Club Secretary . . . Stu- dent Orientation Committee . . . MBSQUGFS Co-Chairman of Costumes . . . Unforget- tablelaugh ..."CiHdY-H Page oo JANIFER JAEGER Active member of Class of '70 . . .Varsity Cheerleader . . . Publicity Chairman of Social Committee . . . S.C.B .... Junior Honor Guard . . . Concert Choir . . .Tro- jans Club . . . Prom Committee . . . Red Cross . . . F.T.A .... Magazine Drive . . . Gymnastics . . . Homeroom offices . . CYO . . . B.U .... "Jan." JEANNETTE JOHNSON A really sweet person . . . Gymnastics show . . . Masquers '. . . "Sandra" in "David 81 Lisa" . . . Teaches drama at Stratford . . . Stouffers worker . . . Loves the summers at the Jersey Shore . . . "Jeannette" LEO JANKOWSKI Loves cars and girls, but not in that order . . . J.V. Football . . .A different car each month . . . Works at Citgo station . . . A great mechanic . . . loves the beach . .. Ui-eelf, DAVID JENNINGS Tall and handsome . . . Various home- room offices . . . J.V. and Varsity Basket- ball . . . J.V. and Varsity Baseball . . . Enjoys water skiing, swimming, sailing collecting records, and the baseball par- ties . . . Spends summers traveling and at the beach. . . "Dave" . . . "D.J." PAGE JOHNSON Deadeye Varsity Riflery team Captain . . . Concert Choir . . . Festivalaires . . .Junior Executive Board . . . Homeroom Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, and Parliamentarian . . . enjoys riflery, skiing, sailing, and surfing . . . Spends summers as a camp counselor in Maine . . . Fan- tastic luck. . . "Page." I .,'! ii - ri: I tx. X K Z x L ts.tosto A :ffrlxf XJxYV'sQfi'xwX f5,'3.L'f.- if ff:-Si ' t ALISA JONES Effervescent . . . Co-Chairman of Activity Ratings Committee . . . Office Aide and Activity Committee Service Award-s . . . Gymnastic Demonstration . . . Masquers . . . Stunning clothes . . . "Sing Out- Long lsland" . . . Piano, guitar, horseback riding . . .Active in G.C. Student Exchange . . . Many friends around the world . . . "Lisa." KATHIE JOHNSON Tall statuesque blond . . .Volleyball class teams, Captain of team as Junior . . . Alternate Student Council Delegate . . . FTA . . . Worked for the Nixon campaign at the 11 district office in Hempstead . . . Makes her own clothes . . . Travels to California . . . "Kath." TAYLOR JONES The immortal Vice-President of the Class of '70 . . . Proud member of the Prunes Volleyball team . . . Has manned the usher badge for 3 years . . . Assembly Committee . . . Folksong Club . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . Masquers . . . Active in church youth group . . . Interested in politics . . . Delegate to Student Council before making the big step . . . Frequently seen with a Bic pen. t.,.,, ,.., gt, N, , .,,,y,.,Q,.. , VIRGINIA JOHNSTON Very lively . . . Mixed Chorus . . . French Club . . . Folksong Club . . . Prom Com- mittee . . . Likes to sew, ski, and play tennis . . . Youth Fellowship . . . Plays piano and guitar , . .Enjoys art and Home Ec . , . Spends her summers at Lake George and the beach . . , "Ginny," LAWRENCE JONES Truly a friend to everyone . . . Intramural Basketball and Soccer . . . S.C.B. . . . Photo Club . . . Chef's Club . . , Member of American Institute of Foreign Study . . . Enjoys surfing and Richie Havens . . . "I.oves" 4th period study hall . . . Never seen without the New York Times , . . National Honor Society . . . Known to all as "Chip." Page 67 ALICE JOYE Unique and artistic . . . Art Committee veteran . , . Babysits . . . Draws . . . Photographs children . . . Enjoys going to concerts featuring the Rascals, Led Zep- pelin, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Jimi Hen- drix, Steppenwolf, Doors, Cream . . . Plays volleyball, badminton, ping pong and ten- nis . . . Likes to shop and drive . . . Spends summer traveling, painting and photo- graphing . . .Original ..."AI." ELIZABETH KAIVI RAS Enthusiastic lVlajorette . . . Loves to play the guitar . . .Active in Youth Groups. . . Traveled in New England during summer vacations . . . Enjoys swimming and horseback riding . . . "Liz." Poge 68 EDWARD JORDON Perhaps the most avid Ranger fan in G.C. . . . Frequent homeroom officer. . . Home- room Chairman and Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Guidance Office Aide . . . Fire Patrol . . . Junior Varsity Lacrosse . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . Tremendous hockey fan ..."Eddie." RICHARD KEANE Active in all sports . . . Homeroom officer . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Varsity Football . . . J.V. Football Cap- tain in 1Oth grade . . : Indoor Track . . . Track . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . Has a lot to say . . . Spends summers "bum- ming around" . . . A real friend . . . "Brillo." TUCKER JUDD One of the schooI's true individualists ...Biology Club . . . lVlasquers Club... Library Committee . . . Photography Club . . . Devoted stamp collector . . . Keeps many pets at home . . . Works during the summer. CHRISTOPHER KEANE Outstanding G.C. sportsman . . . Junior Varsity and Varsity Football . . . Varsity Track Sprinter . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . Holds a job after school . . . Swims and plays baseball . . . Works during the summer . . . "Chris." TARA KEHOE Always wants to do something . . . Bas- ketball . . . Badminton . . . Gymnastics . . .Tennis . . . Homeroom Chairman . . . Social Committee . . . Vice President of Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Vice President of Cootchie Club . . . Frequenter of GKP ..."Kehoe." I ELAINE KELLY Cheerful and friendly . . . FTA . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . Activity Committee . . . Mixed Chorus . . . President of St. Anne's Senior Sodality . . . C.Y.O. . . . Enjoys sewing . . . Spends July upstate ...Always a smile. SUSAN KEENER Beautiful long brown hair. . .Lovely ward- robe . . . A silly streak . . . Initiated Masquers . . . Social Committee . . . Spanish Club. . . Girls' Chorus . . .Looks forward to the weekends, especially the extended ones . . . Loves the beach . . . Drives a fast Super Charger . . . A nice girl to know. . ."Sue." EDWARD KELLY J.V. Football . . . Intramural Wrestling, Volleyball, and Basketball . . . Who can forget his solo in concert with the G.C. Gents? . . . Works in his sparetime . , . Enjoys all sports, surfing, and parties . . . Likes to sleep , . . "Ed." MARY KENNEDY Drives a gold Firebird . . . Gymnastics ...Concert Choir . . . Folkaires . . . Ballet . . . Exercises horses . . . Loves those West Hampton summers . . ."Betsy." WILLIAM KELLY Dead shot on the Varsity Basketball team . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Junior Usher . , . Magazine Drive . . .Assembly Committee . . . Election Committee , . . Latin Club . . .Mixed Chorus . . . Spends summers at the beach . , . "Bill," Poge GEORGE KERWIN Long and lean . . . member of SAM . . . Chess Club . . . worked at Bon'Bon Shop , . . D.E.A.N.S .... enjoys having a good time . , . distinctive walk . . . "George" GREGORY KENNY New student from Chaminade . . . Chet's Club . . . Budget Committee . . . Foreign Policy Forum . . . Works for Ski-O-Rama . . . Spends summers traveling and work- ing in Gristedes . . . Nice to know . . . "Greg." DANIEL KEYES Loves Tennis . . . Technical Director . . . Parliamentarian for Homeroom . . . Tennis, two years, 69-70 Captain . . . intramural Basketball . . . Builds radios and loves sports. . . Spends summers playing tennis and going to Wisconsin . . . "Dan." Page 70 LAWRENCE KIND Sports-minded member of the class of '70 . . . Junior Varsity Baseball and Soccer . . . Varsity Soccer . . . Intramural Bas- ketball . . . Homeroom Chairman and Secretary-Treasurer . . . Youth Fellowship at Church . . . Many summers at camp . .. "Larry." KAREN KETIGIAN A true Armenian! . . . Funny. . .Alternate Delegate to Executive Board . . . Election, Activity, and Social Committees . . . Con- cert Choir . . . Vice-President of Church youth group, Sunday School teacher . . . Babysitter . . . Likes spending weekends in N.J., the beach, watching D.G. laugh and Mr. Rossen's red socks! . . "Ketige"' MARY KILBOURN Responsible and hard-working . . . Echo Editor-in-Chief . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Latin Club . . . French Club President as a Junior . . . A passion for yogurt . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Social Committee . . . Election Com- mittee . . . intelligent . . . National Honor Society in Junior year . . . Quill and Scroll . . . Veteran SCB . . . Candy Striper . . . Upward Bound volunteer . . . Our ambas- sadress to Greece . . . Sews a wicked seam . . . Active and organized . . . A respected member of the Senior class. JUNE KIRCHOFER Striking dark brown eyes . . . Volleyball . . . Softball . . . Gymnastics . . . Basket- ball . . . Red Cross Representative . . . Likes horseback riding, swimming and surfing . . . Can be found working on her tan in the summer . . . "June." 4 x , 4,,f4v!n,y qi 3 iff, CAROL KIRCHGESSNER One of the funniest around . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Homeroom Secretary . . . Phi Tau Rho Historian . , . Folksong Club . . . Serious member of Concert Choir . .. A true photographer . . . Volleyball and basketball Intramurals . . .A definite devil- ish streak . . . Never a dull moment . . . "Carol." CURTIS KNAPP Renowned G,C. artist . . . Horseback rid- ing. . . Likes to camp out in unusual spots . . . Goes to the beach and works sum- mers . . . Plays the guitar . . , A terror with a pool cue. . . "Curt." RICHARD KOCH Musically inclined, with many interests . . . Mast Write-ups . . , J.V. and Varsity Tennis . . ,Intramural Bowling . . . Band ...Chess Club . . , CYO . . .Works hard at all he does . . . Spends summer caddy- ing at G.C. Men's Club . . . A nice guy to know. . ."Rich." JEFFREY KLOP One of our most aspiring net men . . . Varsity Tennis . . . Bridge Club . . , Biol- ogy Club. . . Library Staff . . . Math Semi- nar , . . National Merit Letter of Com- mendation . . . Festivalaires . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Church Fellowship . . .Always has a kind word for everyone . , . "Jeff," GLENN KOCH Well-groomed member of the Senior Class . . , Echo Photographer . . , Bowling . , . Basketball Manager . , . Chefs Club . . . Radio Club . . , Drives a blue Fiat . . Body surfs at Ocean City . . . "Cooky." Page 7l DAVID KOENIG lVlasquers Stagecratt Co-Chairman . . . lnkspots . . . Soccer . . . Numerous student committees . . , lvlasquers . . , Loves art and music . . . Spends summers on the beach . . . Likeable guy. . . "Dave," KATHERINE KOPF Short in height but tall in personality . . . SCB . . .Social Committee. . . Red Cross Representative , . . Active in gymnastic demonstration . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Folksong Club . . . S.A.lVl. Secretary. . . Secretary of Trojans . , . lVlasquers . . . Concert Choir . . . Sunday School teacher . . . Hospital volunteer. . . Enjoys boating, skiing and horseback riding. . .Treasures her license . . . Delights in sun, surf and sand , . . "Kathy." Page 72 DOUGLAS KOELSCI-I Quiet member of the Class of '70 . . . Dance Band Librarian . . . Homeroom Offi- cer . . .Works out of school . . . Blows a mean horn . , . Enjoys most sports . . . "Doug," PAIVIELA KUIVIINSKI Petite and sweet . . . A sincere friend . , . Lost and Found . . . Office Aide . . . IVIixed Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . Likes the sun and beach , . . Enjoys sewing, bowling, riding . . . Interested in making hooked rugs . . . Babyslttingu . . Skiing . . . Unique interest in psychology and para- psychology . . . Nlemorable trip to Eng- land, Isle of Jersey, and France . , . A great big smile. . ."Pam." KAREN KOLOGE Accomplished artist . , . Interesting . . . lnkspots . , . Chantecler . . . Volleyball, badminton intramurals . . . lVlan Lai King Committee . . . Art Committee . . . Folk- song Club , . . French Club . . . Chess Club . . . Loves to play the piano, paint, draw, read and listen to music . . . spends her summers doing the things she enjoys. IVIICHAEL KUCHARSKI A sense of humor . . .J.V. Baseball, Ten- nis . . . G.C. Rec. Basketball . . . Intramural volleyball . . , Concert Choir . . . Enjoys water skiing, boating and fishing, also foot- ball and softball . . . Works during the summer . . . "lVlike" . . . "Kuch." LARRY LADIGOSKI Came to Garden City from Westbury . . . Motorcycle enthusiast . . . Likes to play basketball and football , . , Great car mechanic . . . Swims and hunts. . . lnter- esting conversationalist . . . "Larry." MICHAEL LANE Always on the move . . . Masquers . . . Enjoys Concert Choir, Folkaires, and Folk- song Club . . . A member of the Garden City Swimming and Diving team . . . Gym- nastics team , . . Never a dull moment with Mike . . . Remembers having great times with Bert. . ."Mike." V f f, A f aj, LAWRENCE LABODA Talented, with many interests . . . intra- mural Basketball and Volleyball . . . J.V. Soccer . . .Art Committee , . . Chef's Club . . . Publicity Committee . . . A serious student . . . Ushers at church . . . Spends summers at his summer house . , . Enjoys swimming, boating, and fishing . . . A friendly guy. . ."Larry." F. GERARD LAURO Echo Sports Reporter. . . SCB ...Budget Committee . . . Steering Committee . . . G.C. sportsman . . . Varsity Cross Coun- try . . . Varsity Basketball . . . J.V. Bas- ketball , . ,Mast Boys Sports Editor . . . Enjoys driving and motor racing.. .Spent the summer at Basketball Camp and work- ing on a ranch in Colorado . . . One of "the Boys" . . . "Gerry." MARK LANDSMAN G,C.'s top scholar. ., National l-lonor So- ciety . . . Sportswriter for Echo . . . Var- sity Cross Country Captain . . . Varsity Indoor Track and Spring Track . . . Intra- mural Basketball , . . Enjoys photography, golf, jazz, and birdwatching . . . A truly reflective pundit. t f I 15132 KATH RYN LAUDATI Secretary-Treasurer Botany Club, 10 . . . President Botany Club, ll ...Junior Prom Refreshment Committee . . . French Club , . . Enjoys sewing, sewing, sewing . . . Loves to go to NYC during the summer ..."Kathy." Page 73 SUZANNE LeBARS One of G.C.'s cutest . . . Mast Art Editor . . .Varsity hockey, volleyball . . .Student I Council . . . Snow Oueen's Court . . . Senior Executive Board . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Soph Social Chairman . . . Concert Choir . . . Leaders Club. . .Elec- tion Committee . . . Loves horses and is a great rider with ribbons to prove it . . . Thomas' riding instructor . . . Thomas' School Cavalry . . . Would love a Jaguar HS ,, ...Liked byall... ue. LINDA LESCOULIE Full of fun . . .Member of lvlasquers . .. Folksong Club . . . Activity Committee . . . Library Staff . . . Office Aide Service Award . . . Enjoys horseback riding and working . . . Loves the beach . . . "Lynn." Page 74 DIANNE LAVERDIERE Dependable . . . Gymnastic Show . . Basketball and volleyball intramurals . . . Hockey team . . . Assembly Committee . . . Activity Committee Sub-Chairman . . . IVlasquers . . .Trojans . . .Orientation Committee . . . FNA . . . Manages a soft- ball team . . . Babysits . . . Likes to drive . . . Plans to become a nurse. ROBERT LEWIS Liked by all who know him . . . Bass sec- tion leader in Concert. Choir . . . Intra- mural Volleyball and Basketball . . . Heart Fund . . . Church group . . . Interested in cars, snow skiing and girls . . . Works summers in a Wall St. Brokerage house . . . "Bod" . . . "Load." CLAUDIA LED ER A weird sense of humor . . . Intramural volleyball ...German Club. . .lVlasquers . . . lnkspots . . . Enjoys guitar and art . . . Likes animals . . . Spends summers working as a camp counselor and travel- ing with friends . . .Avid beach-goer . . . Shirley Temple curls . . . "Claud." I PATRICIA LEWIS An attractive blonde with an award win- ning smile . . . Gedanken der Jugend Art Editor . . . Homeroom Chairman for two years . . . Social and Activity Committees .. .German Club. .. Folksong Club... Industrial Arts Club . . . Concert Choir . . . Candy Striper . . . Enjoys playing gui- tar and sewing . . . Known for her unique jokes on camping trips . . . Spent summer as a waitress in New Hampshire . . . "Patty." DAVID LOIVIEDICO Small in stature only . . . l.B.L .... J.V. Lacrosse . . . Varsity Football Manager . . . Chef's Club . . . Red Cross Repre- sentative . . . Vice-President of Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Loves to sleep ..."Co-Co." if f SUZANNE LOSKAMP Artistically talented . . . Secretary and then President of Art Committee . . . Re- ceived Art Committee Award for Out- standing Achievement . . . Assistant art teacher in summer program . . . Prom Decorations . . . lnkspots Art Staff , . . Also enjoys sketching and painting . . . Other hobbies include sewing, skiing, the trumpet, parties and going to NYC . . . Traveled upstate last summer . . . HR delegate . . . FTA . . . "Suzie," Pdge 75 BRUCE MACKLIN Tall and handsome . . . J.V. and Varsity Football . . .Varsity Track. . . l.V.L. . . . Chefs Club . . .Various homeroom offices . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Avid party goer . . . Hates getting up mornings . . . H.R. Chairman of Magazine Drive . . . Has spent summers at gas sta- tions and electronics corporation . . . Loves the beach . . .Liked by all.. ."Klin." LINDA MAGRANE Distinctive laugh . . . Beautiful red hair . . . Election Committee . . . Social Com- mittee . . .Activity Committee . . . Home- room officer . . . Prom Decorations . . . French Club . . . Masquers Publicity . . . Walther League . . . Enjoys bowling, swim- ming, tennis and skiing . . . A world traveler: spent last summer studying in London, Paris, Switzerland, and Rome with AIFS. DGQ9 76 CHRISTINE MaCLEOD Lively, lovely, likable . . . An addition to any'club . . . Chantecler . . . Alternate Delegate . . . Red Cross . . .Activity Com- mittee . . . Basketball intramurals . . . Badminton team . . . inducted Masquers member . . . Dancer in "Once Upon a Mattress" . . . Tutors in Math and French and has grades anyone would want . . . Likes skiing, swimming, sewing and bak- ing . . . Spends her summers enjoying them . . . Never without a smile . . . Sparkling eyes . . . National Honor Soci- ety . . . "Chris." MARK MAGUIRE Seen driving his '67 Mustang . . . Home- room Chairman . . .Chess Club. . .Chef's Club . . . Enjoys painting and drawing . . . Plays football with the gang . . . Spends summers swimming, going to the beach and working . . . "Eyes." JANET MADIGAN Vivacious captain of Varsity Cheerleaders . . . Beautiful figure . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Varsity hockey, volleyball, basketball . . .Junior Honor Guard . . .Leaders Club . . . Concert Choir . . . Magazine Drive Captain . . .,Election Committee . . , Has held many homeroom offices . . . Dancer in "Once Upon a Mattress" . . . Sunday School teacher . .National Honor Society . . . "Capt." PAUL MAGRO A frequent homeroom officer . . . Winter Lacrosse . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Chef's Club . . . Loyal member of the Boy Scouts . . . Enjoys tennis, skiing and swimming . . . Worked as a barboy at the G.C. Hotel last summer. PAULA lVlAKSIlVl Unique sense of humor . . . Blushes easily . . . French Club . . . Chantecler . . . Nlasquers . . . Homeroom Chairman and Secretary. . . St. Anne's Sodality and CYO . . . Regina Assemblies . . . Candy Striper . . . a real sun worshiper with the tan to prove it . . .Good in sports, especially ten- nis and badminton . . . Devilish streak . . . Enjoys a good laugh . . . "lVlaksim." yfff ' Qdzgfb , i , fr irli i STEVEN IVIALFETANO Versatile athlete . . . J.V. Soccer, Wres- tling . . . Captain J.V. Baseball . . .Varsity Soccer Captain . . . Wrestling . . . Base- ball . . . Vice-President of B.A,A. Connie Mack Baseball . . . Avid surfer . . . Plans to be a Vet or a P.E. teacher ..."Steve." ' "f' f ,, MILES IVIAHONEY Spendsa lot of his time doing landscaping work . . . Homeroom Chairman . . .Junior Executive Board . . . Enjoys golf . . . Scuba diving enthusiast . . . Does car- pentry work . . . Works in the summer. PAUL IVIALIVIOU IST Gymnastics . . . Chef's Club . . . Enjoys skiing, flying. diving and outside job . . . Spent summer working for a doctor . . Dark and handsome. . ."Paul." Tijviornv MAROHN New to G.C. High . . . Soccer. . .Wres- tling . . . Band . . . Enjoys basketball and bowling . . . An interesting guy . Works and travels during the summer . . . "Tim." is-uw 'JW- ' , ANITA IVIARCONE One of G.C.'s smallest . . . Hockey and basketball . . . Activity Office Aide . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Homeroom Chairman . . . Enjoys listening to Led Zeppelin Beach . . .Concerts at "The Pavilion" Hopes to graduate. Page 77 PATRICIA MARTUSCELLO Fantastic when it comes to horseback rid- ing . . . individualistic . . . Unusual clothes . . , Intramural basketball . . . Volleyball . . . Hockey . . . Has a silly streak. . . Laughs hysterically . . . enjoys writing prose, sewing, and art . . . Spends her summers riding horses . . . Really sweet . . . "Pat." WALTER MATHER Radio Club . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Intramural Basketball . . . Member of Explorers . . . Enjoys elec- tronics . . . Amateur Radio . . . Coin col- lecting . . . Spends summers caddying, computer program course and engineering concepts course . . . remembers Boy Scout Camp. Page 78 MARIA MASSAGLIA EILEEN MARSH Considerate and helpful . . . Concert Choir . . . Folksong Club . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Homeroom Parliamentarian . . . Showaires . . . Bowling League member . . . Loves horseback riding . . . Swimming and ski- ing enthusiast . . . Spends her summers traveling and relaxing . . . a true friend ..."Eileen." CLARK MATTHEWS Erudite President of Student Council . . . Business Manager of lnkspots . . . Con tributor to Echo and lnkspots . . . Former Student Council Treasurer . . . Haunts Stu- dent Council office . . . Often seen with a camera . . . Chairman of "NOW" party ...Classic car Nut. . .Loves his ulcer... A real individualist . . . Great person to know. Blonde . . . National Merit Letter of Com- mendation . . . Echo Special Features Edi- tor . . . Mast Art and Format . . . Chair- man of Publicity Committee . . . Prom Decorations . . . Election Committee . . . Trojans . , . Enjoys piano, tennis, painting and bacon, lettuce and cheese sandwiches . . . Passion for archeology. . . . Always a smile . . . National Honor Society. JAMES MATTERN Talented G.C. High Artist . . . Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer . . . Homeroom Ser- geant-at-Arms . . . Creates for lnkspots . . . Holds down a job out-of-school . . . Summers are spent at Hampton Bays, also paints and works. . ."Jim." GERALD MAZZARI This year's Co-Editor-in-Chief.of Mast . . . lntramural Volleyball . . .Track . . . Home- room Chairman and Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Election Committee . . .Biology Club. . . Concert Choir . . . Captain oi Fire Aux- iliary . . . Puppy Palace supersalesman . .. A new TR-6 . . . Summers at the beach ..."Jerry." ANNE MCCARTHY Unbelievably sweet . . . lnkspots , . . Red Cross Representative . . . Office Aide . . . Homeroom officer . . . French Club . . . lllustrious Vice-President of Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . C.Y.O .... Shortlived job as waitress . . . Loves her license dearly . . . Plans to visit Ohio. LORRAINE MAYER An active member ot the class . . . Echo . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Chess Club . . . Gymnastics . . . Homeroom delegate . . . Celestones . . .Sing Out.. .National Merit letter of Commendation . . . a flair for the theatre . . . Masquers Apprentice director of David 81 Lisa . . . Assistant Director of Once Upon a Mattress . . . Director of the spring show, Anything Goes . . . Won the Adelphi Summer Theatre Workshop Schol- arship, 1969 . . . Masquers Service Award . . . Always a smile . . . National Honor Society . . . "Rain," DOUGLAS MCDONNELL Works on assorted cars in his spare time . . . A great mechanic . . . Homeroom Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Interested in photography . . .Works when he's out of school . . . Travels and works on cars during the summer . . . "Doug." K.,V tk,V. , , ,V 1 , , I ' I KEVIN MCCABE Take away his lacrosse stick and he'll kill you . . . Co-Captain Lacrosse team . . . l.B.L .... J.V.L .... Member of the "Brows' '... Varsity Football . . . Sports fan . . . Quiet, but with a wild streak . , . Hcaben., ,,.y ,. V, .,,,. ,r, ,V ,,., ,, , , ,, 335113 ,ft ,, gi ' , DENNIS MCDONNELL Avid guitar player . . . Junior Executive Board . . . Homeroom Sergeanteat-Arms . . . Math tutor . . . Travels to Europe and California . . .The nicest. Page 79 JOANNE MCENTEE Always laughing . . . "Ransom of Red Chief" cast . . . Dependable Guidance Aide . . . Election Committee . . . CYO . . . Sodality . . . Working girl . . . Nixon campaign worker. . . Loves swimming and parties. .."Mac " l I TERESA MCGLONE Combination ot brains and beauty . . . Social Committee . . . Election Committee . . . Intramural hockey, volleyball and bas- ketball . . , National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . Honor Society Honor Rating Chair- man . . . Masquers, 1O . . , Student Coun- cil Delegate, 10 . . . Capable President of French Club . . . Active member ot C,Y.O ..,. Excellent seamstress . . . En- joys swimming and the beach . . . Jovial smile. . ."Terry." Poge 80 PATRICIA MCDONOUGH A welcome addition in her senior year from Preston High . . . Reporter in 11th grade for Preston Echos . . . Sophomore Publications . . . 1Oth grade Intramural Cheerleading . . . G.C. Bridge Club, Span- ish Club . . . Library Staff . . . CYO . . . CCD . . Enjoys horseback riding . . . Loves animals, especially dogs . . . En- joys plays and musicals . . . Original hairdo . . . "Pat." JAMES MCLAUGHLIN Distinctive walk . . . Homeroom Chair- man and Vice-Chairman . . . Homeroom Sec't-Treasurer . . . Librarian and Sec't of G.C. Gents . . . Boating, Bowling . . . Plans to sail around the world or at least to Mexico . . . Works . . . Enjoys taking trips to Woodstock, Newport . . . Always happy. . . "Jim" . . . "Omar," DOUGLAS MCEVOY The "Bob Hope" ot the class ot 1970 . .. Golt . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . SAI . . . Chet's Club . . . Great guy to know . . .Avid golfer . . . Enjoys watching bull- fights . . . Spends summers working at a camp for underprivileged children . . . "Doug " RODERICK MCGUIRE Business Manager of Echo . . . Mast Ad- vertising . . . lnkspots . . . National Merit Semi-Finalist , . . Wrestling team . . . National Association of Mathematics . . . Student Action Movement . . . Organ Club . . . Math Seminar . . . Awarded S.8iW. Casey Foundation Grant for researching integrated digital circuitry techniques . . . Spends summers moving . . .To know him is not to understand him . . ,"T0Sj-1" . H , "ROd." JOHN MCNERNEY ROSEMARY MCTERNAN DAVID MCLELLAN Three-year veteran Gedanken der Jugend . . . National Honor Society. . . SCB . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Mast , . , President of Band and Ger- man Club . . .Studio Orchestra ...Bridge Club . . . Math tutor . . .American Legion Award winner . . . "lt's Academic" . . . Magazine Drive . . . 1969 Exchange Stu- dent to ireland . . . Enjoys skiing . . Tall and strong . . . Good athlete . . . J.V. and Varsity Football and Lacrosse . . . Intramural Wrestling . . . J.V.L. . . . Chef's Club . . . A regular patron of "Lynn's" . . . Enjoys the beach . . . Ser- geant-at-Arms of Alpha Omega Theta Fra- ternity . . . Always has a good time . . . Uwlacf. X X , PETER MCLAUGHLIN A great guy to know . . . "What?" . . . Sports include Varsity Football, Lacrosse, and Wrestling . . . Remembers climbing mountains in Switzerland last summer . . . Biology Club. . .Avid Clint Eastwood tan . . . Looks forward to college . . . Fan- tastic surfer . . . "Gunnie." CHRISTINE MEASELL Blonde with a weird sense of humor . . . Laughter comes easily . . . Chairman of Activity Committee . . . Alternate to Stu- dent Council . . . Election Committee . . . Folksong Club . . . Intramural volleyball and basketball . . . Jr. Class Hockey team . . . Heart Fund . . . Enjoys sewing and swimming . . . Spends summers as a Teacher's Aide . . . waitress at a New Hampshire camp . . . Full of spirit . . . . . . National Honor Society . . . "Froggy" ..."Chris." "" U rf,-j,,f ' SHEILA MCLOUGHLIN Petite with long brown tresses , . . Social Committee . . . French Club . . . Election Committee . . . Organ Club . . . Grade Social Committee . . . Homeroom Chair- man and Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer . . . St. Joseph organist.. .Famous seam- stress . . . Spent summers working and at the beach . . . Quiet until she raises her voice . . . Great personality. f f. f w tw I V' at 3 fly! " V, U, .. ...-. F 1.-'aff .- New to G.C. in Junior year from St. Pascal Baylon High School where she was V,P. of Glee Club and in the Drama Club... Member of Mixed Chorus . . . Works in library . . . Hard-working member of Masquers . . . Quiet and friendly . . . En- joys babysitting, swimming, piano and guitar . . . Sweet smile. Fog CHERYL MERA A true thespian . . . Assembly Committee ...SCB . . . Folksong Club. . . Masquers: Asst. Director of "David and Lisa", Di- rector of "Don't Drink the Water" . . .An equestrian in her spare time . . . A mem- ber of the Busby Berkly Corps . . . Likes to read, sew, and play the guitar . . . Spends her summers at a riding school in England . . . National Honor Society. PERIDA MILLER Spontaneous laughter. . .Transfer student from Mississippi . . . Secretary of Masquers . . . "David and Lisa" cast . . . National Honor Society . . . Election Com- mittee , . . French and Folksong Clubs . . . Plays violin . . . Loves jazz and soul music . . . Great dancer . . . Action from principle . . . SAM . . . Headstart Volun- teer . . .Church Seminar.. .Liked by all. Page 82 MICHAEL MEISINGER Always on the run . . . Varsity Cross- Country , . . Indoor Track . . . Varsity Track . . . Intramural Basketball . . . En- joys playing tennis . . . Faithful Chess Club member. . .Biology Club .Plays the guitar. . .works and-goes to the beach summers. . ."Mike." DEAN MITCHELL A nut about running . . . Varsity Cross- Country, Indoor Track, and Spring Track . . . Enjoys golf, swimming, tennis, tape recording, bowling, playing cards, the pool, the beach, "Blood, Sweat and Tears," and birdwatching . . . A funny g'uy and a great friend . . . "Mitch." VIRGINIA MEYER Good natured . . . Worked as a checker at the A8tP . . . Homeroom Sergeant-at Arms in Junior year . . . Confraternity . . Enjoys doing nothing . . . "Gingi." H. DIANE MILOT Easy to get along with . . . Reliable Guid- ance Aide . . . Bowling . . . Volunteer Nurses Aide . . . Candy Striper . : . Heart Fund Worker . . . Enjoys horseback riding, swimming, boating and photography . . . Spends summers swimming and boating . . . "Dee Dee." ELEANOB MONACO Spirited Varsity Cheerleader. . . Vivacious personality . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Lead- ers Club . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Beautiful voice . . . Celestones . . . Concert Choir . . . Various homeroom offices . . . Social Committee . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . Attended a career con- ference at Ithaca College last summer . . . A hard-working and dependable member of our class . . . Always smiling. l ge' Milli' DAVID MOORE Versatile . . . J.V. Football and Lacrosse . . . Varsity Football Manager . . . Chef's Club.. .Latin Club. . . Enjoys beach and beverages . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fra- ternity . . . "Torch." CHRISTIE MOCKRIDGE Beautiful smile . . . Senior Social Com- mittee . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Secretary of Phi Tau Delta Sorority . . . Church Committee . . . Enjoys horseback riding and sewing . . . A summer swimmer . . . Spends summers in Connecticut . "Chris." JOHN MULRONEY Sports minded . . . Junior Varsity Soccer, Indoor Track and Spring Track . . . Na- tional Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Intramural Wrestling and Weightlifting . .. Student Council Delegate . . . German Club . . . Likes to relax and go away for the summer. .."John." JANE MONAGHAN Beautiful long blonde hair. . . Indispensa- ble member of Masquers . . . Kind to everyone . . . Props Chairman . . . Hard- working and responsible . . . Math tutor . . . Hostess for Foreign Exchange Stu- dent , . . Sailing enthusiast . . . Spends summers on a Canadian island . . .A truly wonderful friend . . . National Honor So- ciety. - SEX QVFX' Sikfk A 'fi' ?fZ5,Q U I'T'l on Ju ID Z O :n O"f'U'w g53+...,.f., -1-U. :x rv 35 3' '0'S 213--gigeewa 3"'loo"'mC -gm 3- mlQCEg'g-,Ono 'GIDQQ-9.-xg . .10 . Q -3' 5StcnE"33 gdgwxuhwi U4-DO 2 rn: -'m2.f'3oUJx3- fbov-vO-umm IFKESTOQ m-.-f wg-H :rm 2-- fl -Sim? "'g3n'UgUJa 5'?3bg5'.?,-+ CDCLBJU-'O :wmEUJD.3 Ewa--O'm CO'Z'.G2." F-Emcu' 0 O11-19--I Poge 83 GENEVIEVE MUNRO lnitiated Masquers member . . . A com- petent homeroom Treasurer . . . Election Committee . . . FNA . . . French and Botany Clubs . . . Assembly Committee . . . Volunteer Nurses Aide . . . Enjoys tennis, oil painting, and skiing. . . Spends her summers traveling . . . Always busy . . . Great to know. . ."Geve." I, 3 217.6 fgjfy .4 I f ',ff,'f'f14,?Qff 'Z . are fn' y . Ozzdgw MZ r' J. 'V' 4692 Cz' ff' V7 7 ' c f' " ' "f ' , " 7', 5' v V f ',.,.'?ff,.1aW 4Lf4fZ1ffZZ',Z ff. C? 4' f ,, fffxff,C24QL14,iZZf:LfZ4lKff,',aL DIANE MUNAFO New in her Junior year . . . Basketball and bowling in her former school . . . FNA . .. St. Anne's Confraternity and C.Y.O .... Plays piano . . . Candy Striper . . . Em- ployed at a dentist's office . . . Met fan . . . An unbelievably friendly person. MARY ANN NEILSON Bubbly brunette . . . lnkspots Staff . . . Social Committee . . . Masquers set de- MATTHEW MURPHY Long red hair . . . Homeroom Chairman ...Shop Club . . . Plays in a band... Spends summer forgetting school . . . Great dresser . . . Part of Danks crazy crew. . . "Matty" . . . "Murph." Page 84 signer . . . Red Cross. . .Talented Senior Social Chairman . . . Prom Decorations . . . Initiated Masquers . . . Stage Crew . . . Veteran Grade Council Delegate 'lO, 11, 12 . . .A true blue Girl Scout. . . Spontaneous humor . . . Enjoys drama, fine arts, mountaineering and the "Host- let!" . . .Spent summer as camp counselor . . . Keeps you wondering. ROBIN MURBACK Vivacious personality . . . Snow Oueen's Court. . .Volleyball ...Gymnastics Show . . . Student Council Alternate . . . Social Committee . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Georgia . . . can't stand taking the bus . . . R.C. Cola . . . Adelphi . . . "Rob." DOUGLAS MYERS An outdoorsman . . . Enjoys shooting, hunting, fishing, photography, and work- ing . . . His outside activities include collecting antique guns and building a Kentucky rifle . . . "The nut with a truck" ..."Doug." FERDINAND NEUROHR A Varsity bowler. . . I.V.L .... I.B.L. . .. likes tennis, sailing, baseball, swimming, riflery . . .spends summers as a counselor at Camp Hawthorne , . . An usher at the Community Church . . . reserved . . . "Ferd." ,fly f , , fi, ,U 647, THOMAS NEPH EW A great guy to know . . . Football . . Came to G.C. High from St. Agnes . . . One of the best pool players around . . . Works as a salesman for hardware and men's clothing shops . . . Summers at Lake George . . . Wet and wild . . . "Tom." KRISTINE NOBLES Tall and slender . . . FNA . . . Hopes to pursue a nursing career . . . Beach fiend . . . E.H.S .... Election Committee . . . A freelance model . . . Works up a great tan in the summer . . . Enjoys concerts in Central Park . . . Frequent trips to New Jersey. . ."Kris." 'X DENNIS NICKSON A humanities friend . . . Radio buff . . . operates a ham unit . . . Enjoys boating . . . Small in stature only . . . Knows just about all there is to know about cars . . . "Greek." JOHN NICKOLOFF Interested in sports . . . J.V. Baseball . . . Varsity Baseball and Bowling . . . Boy Scouts . . . Church group . . . Connie Mack Baseball . . . N.R.A. President. . . Loves to travel . , . "Michelob." K ROGER NICOSIA Great to know . . . Various homeroom offices . . . One of G.C.'s Muscle Men . . . Member Order of St. Vincent . . . Enjoys water skiing, fishing . . . An avid surfer . . . Enjoys meeting people and learning to speak Spanish . . . "Randy." Page RICHARD O'BRIEN Cautious driver.. . J.V. Football ...Var- sity Football, Co-Captain Varsity Baseball . . . l.B.L .... Connie Mack Baseball . .. C.Y.O .... Likes to ride the subways . . . Werke? for N.Y.C. Department of Parks CATHY O'DONNELL Goofiest giggles . . . Never a dull moment . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Hand- book Committee . . . FNA . . . Masquers Publicity Chairman . . . Guidance Aide ...Spanish Club . . . CYO ...Babysitter . . . Planning a paper doll boutique in NYC . . . Spends summers in New Hampshire . . . Found in 204 or 151 . . . Collects straw wrappers . . . Avid scientist . . . National Honor Society . . . "O.D." Page 86 JOHN OAKLEY An active member ofthe Class of 1970 . .. Great sense of humor . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Track . . . Intramural Volleyball . . . Chef's Club . . . Frequent homeroom offi- cer . . .Dangerous with a cue . . .Biology Club . . . Photo Club . . . Barboy at the G.C. Hotel . . . Trojans . . . Seen at the beach . . . Great guy to know. MARY ODENTHAL Lively . . . Always up to something . . . CYO basketball . . . Taught retarded chil- dren at St. Joseph's . . .Water skiing and surfing . . . Monticello . . . Loves to have a good time . . . HARRISON OELLRICH A real easy going chap . . .Varsity Tennis and Bowling . . . Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . Loves weekends and vacations . . . Steering Committee . . . WGCH . . . Connie Mack Baseball . . . G.C. Rec. Tennis team . . . Collects tropi- cal fish . . . Enjoys the beach and photog- raphy . . . Spends summers doing anything that comes along . . ."Harry." KERRY O'DONOHUE Vice-President of Concert Choir . . .Mast Write-ups Staff . . . Treasurer of Spanish Club . . . Executive Board . . . Folksong Club . . .Junior Usher . . . Student-Faculty Relations Board . . .Varsity Baseball . . . J.V. Basketball and J.V. Baseball . . . Football manager . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . C.Y.O .... Drives a red Mustang . . .A great guy. . . Musical Di- rector of Anything Goes. . . "O.D." JOANNE O'HARE Echo's Managing Editor . . . SAM . . . lnkspots Literary Staff . , . Judicial Re- view Board . . . An intellectual . . . Quill and Scroll in Junior year . . . Correspon- dent to the Garden City News . . . Quiet and conscientious . . . Japanese student . . . Senior Executive Board . . . Sincere friend . . . National Honor Society. CHRISTINE O'HARE Beautiful clothes and figure to match . . . Vice-President of Phi Tau Rho Sorority in Junior Year. . .Works in a law office. . . Art Committee . . . Social Committee . . . "Chris." PATRICIA OLVANY Always smiling . . . Junior and Senior Class Hockey teams . . . Volleyball and basketball intramurals . . . Tennis . . .Vice- Chairman of Election and Social Commit- tees . . . Activity Committee . . . SCB Secretary . . .Mast Write-ups . . . Folksong Club. . . French Club . . . Magazine Drive . . . Prom Committee ., . Masquers . . . Candy Striper . . . Cherry Valley Assembly Jr. Committee . . . CYO Religious Chair- man . . .Atlantic Beach Club.. .Talented seamstress. . .Sugar and spice. . . "Pat." CARL ORR Southern drawl . . . Recent arrival from Catonville . . . Varsity Football . . . J.V. Wrestling . Alpha Omega Theta Fra- ternity . . . Enjoys traveling . . . Good natured . . . great guy to know . . . "Colo- nel." DIANE OLTHUIS A natural blonde . . . Activity Committee Sub-Chairman . . . Office Aide . . . En- joyed working as a counselor at a camp for underpriveleged children , l , SAM l l . Church School teacher . . . Quiet and sweet. RANDI OPSAHL New to G.C. from Astoria in her Junior year . . . Library Committee . . . Activity Committee . . . SAM . . . Enjoys cooking and reading . . . Wild summers water ski- ing in New Jersey . . . An experience to know. Page 87 CRAIG OTTO Long blond locks . . . J.V. Baseball, Soc- cer . . . l.B.L .... J.O.L .... Latin Club ...Connie Mack Baseball ...Manages a Little League soccer team . . . Likes beach, Florida and all sports . . . Worked as packer at printing company . . . "Ottson." TEBENCE PAILLARD Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . Track . . . Wrestling . . . Photo Club . . . Likes all types of recreation . . , Finds time for Confraternity . . . Likes to ski and go Camping . . . Enjoys horseback riding . . . Goes to the beach when he's not working in the summer . . . "Terry." Page 88 JOHN O'TOOLE Varsity Cross Country . . . Varsity Indoor and Outdoor Track . . . Photography Club ..' . Biology Club. . .Chemistry Club... Chef's Club . . . Enjoys golf, photography, swimming, bowling, and tennis . . . Likes Blood, Sweat 81 Tears . . . National Honor Society. . . "Tool." VICTORIA PECK Humorous and funloving . . . Member of Senior class hockey team . . . Volleyball and basketball intramurals 10, 12 . . . Very active on Student Council Commit- tees . . . Student Council delegate 10, 12 . . . Bed Cross Representative . . . Loves coffee cake . . . Mixed Chorus Librarian . . . Spends great summers traveling to Puerto Rico, California and Bermuda . . . Mother's helper. . . "Vicki." DEBRA OWEN Girls' Chorus . . . Nice clothes. . .Swim- ming and water skiing enthusiast . . . Petite figure . . . Warm smile . . . Loves the beach . . . "Debbie" MARY PANSINI Tiny but terrific . . . Excellent student . . . Honor Society as a Junior . . . National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . Junior Honor Guard . . . Intramural volleyball and bas- ketball . . . Mathletes and Math Seminar . . . Latin Club. . . Celestones . . .Concert Choir . . . Fantastic pianist. . .Writes her own music . . . Cancer Society Volunteer . . . Masquers . , . Homeroom Chairman . . . Never stops working . . . friendly to all . . . Howie's "FioreIIa." CLAUDIA PETERS Nlasquers. . . FTA. . . Loves electric hair . . . Fastidious member of Luther League .. .One of the G.C. crew at Lord gl Taylor . . . Ex-Brownie . . . Dreams about her future Jeep. . . "IVlave." I I I JOYCE PHILLIPS Freckles . . . G.C. Youth Organization . . . Psychology . . . Social worker . . . Inter- ested in music . . . Swimming . . . Water skiing . . . Quiet and nice to know. SUSAN PEGUILLIAN Always laughing . . . Greets everyone with a smile . . . Intramural volleyball, bowling, and badminton . . . FTA. .. Exercise Club . . . Activity Committee . . . French Club . . . Teacher's Aide. . . Sodality . . .A8tS Fashion Board . . . Enjoys tennis, swim- ming and babysitting . . . A great record fan . . . Spends summers at Sun and Surf Beach Club . . . Worships the sun . . . Memorable trip to Florida . . . "Sue." JANE POHL Fantastic violinist . . . Officer in Orches- tra for three years . . . Studio Orchestra . . . Trojanette . . . Biology Club . . . Na- tional Honor Society in Junior year . . . National lVlerit Letter of Commendation . . . Intramural volleyball . . . Works at local political headquarters . . . Loves out- door sports . . . swimming, tennis . . . Spends her summer taking courses at State U. at Potsdam, getting a tan and going to the fish hatchery . . . A sincere friend. KARIN PETERSON Tall and blonde . .. Works at Riesterer's Bakery . . . Loves the beach . . . Crazy chuckle . . . Water skiing . . . Scuba div- ing . . . Library Committee . . . Expressive eyes. . ."Karin." IVIAFRGUERITE PLAUT Transferred to Garden City High School from H. Frank Carey in her Junior year... A member of the working set . . . loves to write poetry Enjoys swimming, riding and tennis in summer . .. Congenial personality. Page 89 KAREN POLOWCHENA Artistic personality , . .Art Editor of Fiesta in lOth . . . Art Committee . . . Art staff of fnkspots . . . Dance Decoration Com- mittee. . . Paints and sketches in her spare time . . . Vice-President of FTA . . . Mem- ber of a first place team in the Elmont Bowling League . . . Folksong Club . . . Spanish Club. . .Travels upstate to swim, waterski, ride and fish . . . Excellent gui- tarist . . . National Honor Society. 4 i l i MAUREEN PRIMROSE Unreal sense of humor . . . Never at a loss for words . . . Enjoys sports and the out- doors . . . Member of G.A.A .... Gymnas- tics demonstration . . .Junior class hockey team . . . Basketball, volleyball intramurals . . . J1V. Hockey team . . . Folksong Club . . .Activity Committee. . . ElectionhCom- mittee . . , Inducted member of Masquers . . . Lost and Found . . .Tennis and water- sports are favorite pastimes . . . Memora- ble trip to Hawaii . . . "Prim." Page Q0 CHRISTINE POLLICK Long brown hair . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Seen around Gristedes . . . Spends her summers in the Hamptons . . . Silly laugh . . ."Chris." JANICE PRESTI Big brown eyes . . . Member of FTA . . . Folksong Club . . . Mixed Chorus . . . St. Anne's CYO . . . Sodality . . . Enjoys sew- ing, cooking, and sailing . . . Works at Adelphi . . . Likes to travel and goto the beach . . . A sweet smile . . . "Jan." BARBARA PROCELLI Striking figure . . . Works at Gristedes . . . Candy Striper . . . Confraternity . . . Intra- mural volleyball . . . Sophomore and Junior Executive Boards . . . Loves boating and the beach. . .Always has a warm smile. ROBERT PRINZI Wicked drummer . . . Budget and Steering Committees . . . G.C. Gents . . . Varsity Football and Baseball . . . A familiar sight at the Pool snack bar . . . Infamous smile . . . Nice guy. . . "Z" . . . "Bob." RICHARD PUK A sportsman with an unusual sense of humor . . . J.V. Soccer and Lacrosse . . . Varsity Football . . . Winter Lacrosse , . . A threat on any l.B.L. team . . . Homeroom Parliamentarian . . . Budget Committee . .. Enjoys all sports . . . Summers are spent swimming, working and at the beach . . . "Rich," SHEPARD RAINIE Tall and scholarly. . .Athletic . . .Soccer . . . IVL . . . IBL . . . Indoor and Outdoor Track . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Mast Photo Editor . . . National Honor Society . . . President of SCB . . . Na- tional Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Always with a camera . . . Exchange Stu- dent to lVlexico . . ,friendly . . .Has a wild streak . . . "Shep." JOHN PUGLIESE Likes to fool around with cars . . . Out of school he likes to go to all kinds of movies . . . Bowls whenever he can . . . Holds down a job during the summer . . . Inter- ested in boating. DIANE RAVA Always on the go. . .Volleyball . . .Home- room Secretary. . .Alpha Phi Alpha Soror- ity . . . Horseback riding . . . Spends her summers at East Hampton . . . A real talker. . ."Rav." CYNTHIA RADOCY Tall and elegant . . . Homeroom delegate . . . beautiful face and figure . . . Loves ballet. , . Snow Queens Court . . .Wild sense of humor . . . Unique wardrobe . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . "Cindy." ' I I' ' ' Www' ,H L svmsea ?i yifgQl ' - ' , , 1 I ' ' J I THOMAS RASKOPF Fleet-footed Varsity Football member . . . Can be found working in the bookroom . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . Intramural Wres- tling, Volleyball . . . Homeroom Sergeant- at-Arms . . . Always at a good party . . . Concert Choir . . . Fire Patrol . . . Sum- mers he swims, surfs and goes boating Tom. Page QI SHEILA REILLY Dedicated Secretary of French Club . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Mast Write- ups . . . Basketball intramurals . . . Pretty red hair . . . Prom Committee . . . initiated Masquers . . . Candy Striper . . . Loves horseback riding . . . Gymnastic intra- murals. . .German Club. . .Grade Coun- cil . . . Enjoys sewing and skiing . . . Un- forgettable trip to Arizona . . . Avid beach goer . . . National Honor Society. LYNN RIEGER A striking figure about G.C. High . . . Masquers . . . HFCA . . . A great dancer . . . Horseback riding. . . Spends her sum- mers in Pennsylvania . . . Lives life to the fullest. Page 92 DEREK REICHERTER Outspoken member ofthe Senior class . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Junior Usher. . . President of Folksong Club . . . Concert Choir . . . At ease in almost any situation . . .An infamous tenor . . . Presi- dent of the Cathedral Junior Varsity. BARBARA RING Quiet and friendly . Masquers Once Upon a Mattress . . . FTA member . . . Enjoys gymnastics and basketball . . . Home Economics Aide . . . Candy Striping . . . Likes to sew . . . Worked as waitress at Kings Point.. ."Barb." MAUREEN REYNOLDS Voted "one of the boys" by the class of '69 . . . Intramural basketball and volley- ball . . . Social Committee . . . Lost and Found veteran . . . Magazine Drive ... . CYO basketball . . . St. Joe's Guitar Mass . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . Folkaires . . . President of Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . .Various homeroom offices . . . World traveler. . . Grand stand cheer- leader . . . "Maur," "Joker." MONICA RILEY Always smiling. . .Library Staff. .. F.T.A. . . . Young Americans For Freedom . . . Enjoys swimming . . . Enthusiastic . . . Worked as a waitress last summer . . . Bright blue eyes . . . Quiet and nice to know.. ."Mon." DOROTHY ROBINSON Nassau Boulevard's private bus service ...Folkaires . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Alpha Phi Alpha Sorority . . . Holiday Spa . . . Peconic . . . Blue, Navy, Blue . . . "The Monkey" - - - "PBrf." ' T rrri' EDWARD ROMBACH Good drummer . . . J.V. Football . . . La- crosse Manager . . . Homeroom Chairman . . . Avid hi-fi and stereo fan . . . Can be found where the action is . . . Enjoys the beach and caddying . . ."Rom" . . . "Ed." ROBERT ROHAN One of the most politically-minded Headquarters in '68 . . . Works as a "Bob." 2' ,V 1" mff f I MICHAEL RIX Tall . . . J.V. Football, Baseball . . .Var- sity Basketball, Football . . . J.B.L. . . . German Club . . . A.V. Staff . . ., Assorted homeroom offices . . . Enjoys golf, water skiing, girls and beach . . ."Trix." MARILYN ROSSETTI l'Tl9lTl- bers ofthe Class of '70 . . . Student Coun- cil Delegate . . . Assembly Committee . . . initiated Masquers . . .Echo photographer . . . St. Anne's C.Y.O .... Worked at Nixon camp counselor during the summer.. .Traveled in Sweden and Denmark . . . A great guy with a lot to say . . . A fine orator . . . Devoted to all sports . . . interscholastic "r' ,s.,xfgm basketball, volleyball, badminton . . . Ten- K ' li'itt' ' ms team . . .A great player and team part- ner . . . Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer . . . Activity Committee . . . Member of Masquer's House . . . Quiet and friendly . . . St. Joseph CYO basketball and Con- fraternity . . . Outside interests are sports . . . Likes golf, swimming and water skiing . . . Watches all sports on television, too . . . Spends most of her summer in South- ampton . . . Pretty blonde hair . . . "Mari- lyn." LAWRENCE ROSANO , Into all sports . . .Varsity Gymnastics .,5,-tj.ig il , 1 .5 ,pl A J.V. Football . . . Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . .Junior Executive Board ...Chess Club . . .SAM . . . Math Tutor V . . .A mean guitar. . .Works as an elec- L trician summers. . ."Rosey." ' ggfvjwf , f If :fi . . ,. . , . - ffm: tiliiai- ' t Page 93 PATRICK RUSSO An active member of the class . . . Vol- leyball . . . Chef's Club.. .CYO . . .Steer- IUQ Conuhinee . .. Enjoys footbaH and swimming . . . Works at the G.C. Country Club . . . Friendly to all . . . "Pat." I CHRISTINE SACKIVIAN Long, beautiful hair . . . Student Council Delegate.. .Lost and Found . . .All home- room offices . . . Concert Choir . . . Snow Oueen's Court . . . Concert Choir Service Award . . . Social Committee . . . Election Committee . . . Loves horses . . . enviable figure . . . unbelievably gullible . . . National Honor Society . . . "Chris." Page 94 DEBORAH RUDANSKY A kind word for everyone . . . Mast Write- ups . . . Basketball intramurals . . . Stu- dent Council Delegate . . . lnducted lvlasquers member . . . Service Award . . . Library Staff . . . Prom Committee . . . Takes piano lessons . . . Teacher's Aide in summer program . . . Likes tennis and swimming . . . Traveled to England and Israel . . . Always willing to help . . . A valuable friend . . . "Debbie." JAMIE SALEM A beautiful wardrobe . . . Gymnastic in- tramurals . . . Homeroom Sergeant-at- Arms for two years . , . Frequent visitor to the duck pond . . . Sodality . . . CYO . . . Likes swimming, playing the piano, horseback riding, traveling and the beach . . . Spends the summer working . . . Pretty hair. DANIEL RYAN Well-known guitarist for B.U.G.C .... Capable Student Council Parliamentarian . . . Budget and Steering Committees . . . G.C. Gents . . . Masquers Nlake-up Chair- man . . . Intrepid Captain of Fire Auxiliary . . . Likeable and friendly . . . "Dan." RICHARD SAELI Can be seen around town . . . Enjoys camping and photography . . . takes life as it comes . . . Advocates a casual exis- tence . . . "Rich." JEFFREY SANDS Small in stature . . , IBL Star at center . . . IVL . . . Member of world champion- ship "Brows" . . . Chess and Chef's Club , . . Sophomore and Junior Executive Boards. . .Can be seen at the Community Church desk . . . An unforgettable smile . . . "Jeff," ELIZABETH SAVARESE Lovely dark brown hair . . . A silly streak . . . Junior and Senior Executive Boards . . . Election Committee . . . Often seen in and around Room 100 . . . Celestones . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Enjoys playing the piano and singing . . . Guidance Aide . . . A good tennis player . . . A whiz at the sewing machine . . . Liked by all . . . "Betty," "Sav." STEVEN SARSFIELD Powerfully built. . . I.V.L .... l.B.L. . .. J.V. Football . . . Enjoys camping . . . Nice to know . . . Friendly, good-natured guy. . . "Sas." i,4,,5f fr fy? 4 , PAUL SALVIE An established cosmopolite . . . Former Editor of Gedanken der Jugend . . . Quill and Scroll . . .lnkspots . . . German Club . . . Mast Photo Editor . . . Junior Usher at Community Church . . . Enjoys photog- raphy, golf and tennis . . . Won a trip to Germany in the N.Y. State German contest . . . National Honor Society . . . "Paul," LINDA SCHERMANN An enthusiastic sportswoman . . . Gym- nastics, basketball, volleyball, tennis . . . Championship ski racer . . . F.T.A. . Guidance Aide . . . Teacher's Aide and student teaching at Stratford . . . German Club. . .Plays piano and water and snow skis . . . Spent her summer in Europe and working as a waitress . . . Cute and cheer- ful. Q??T MARGARET SCHENKEL Secretary of Assembly Committee . . . Election Committee . . . SCB . . . Active in Masquers . . . Folksong Club . . .Volun- eter work at the Community Church . . . Enjoys horseback riding, skiing, sewing . . . Spent her summer at the International Summer Camp and traveling in Switzer- land and California ...A quiet but friend- ly girl . . . "Maggie" Page 95 SUSAN SCHLAGETER Always smiling . . . A sincere friend . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Chemistry Club . . . FTA . . . Has a job at Adelphi . . . Sodal-' ity . . . C.Y.O .... Enjoys sewing, skiing and swimming . . . Spends summers at Sag Harbor and Beach Club . . . Fun- loving . . . Driver's license. . .A great kid to know.. ."Sue." REGINA SCHNAPPAUF Friendly blonde . . . Mast Write-ups . , . lnkspots , . . Intramural basketball . . . Chemistry Club . . . lVlusicaIly inclined . . . Folksong Club . . . Piano and banjo lessons . . . Concert Choir . . . Traveled to France with the Experiment . . . Loves water skiing and camping . . . Summers and weekends in Sag Harbor . . . Likes Ellio's pizzas, sweatshirts and Clark Gable . . . Optimistic . . . National Honor Society .."Reggie." Page 96 DOROTHEA SCHIPP Quiet until you get to know her.. . Nlajor- ette for three years . . . Head Twirler in 12th . . . Sunday School teacher and member of Church youth group . . . En- joys water skiing . . . Avid sewer . . . lVIakes most of her clothes . . . Spends a lot of time at her summer house in Maine . . . A good friend . . . "Darci." DIANE SCHUELER Adorable smile . . .Wonderful personality . . .An enviable figure . . .An active mem- ber of the Senior Class . . . Folk Song Club . . . Nlasquers . . . Homeroom Secre- tary . . . Intramural volleyball, soccer, hockey, and basketball . . . Social Com- mittee . . . Election Committee . . . Activ- ity Committee . . . Spanish Club . . . Worked with the "Head Start" program over the summer . . . Wheels a fast lVlus- tang . . . Sweet as they come . . . "Di." JEFFREY SCHMIDT Likes to listen to good music . . . Has an interest in photography . . . spends his out-of-school time working on Cars . . . Enjoys the guitar . . . Summers are spent swimming and at the beach . . . "Jeff." IVIARY SCHROEDER Lovely blond hair . . . Great personality . . . Sports enthusiast . . . Leaders Club . . .Basketball . . .Badminton . . .Volley- ball . . .Tennis . . . FTA. . .Spanish Club . . . Sodality . . .A real whiz on the sew- ing machine . . . Loves swimming, horse- back riding, and going to the beach . . . An aH-around great kid. CATHERINE SCOTT A vital member of the Senior Class . . . A'W3YS on the go . . . Capt. of JV Cheer- IRQ .Volleyball ...Gymnastics demon- stration . . . School spirit plus . . .Activity Committee . . . GAA Delegate . . . SCB . . . Student Faculty Relations Board . . . VP of Honor Society . . . National Merit Letter of Commendation . . . Magazine Drive Prize Chairman . . . Celestones Librarian Concert Choir Ambassadress to Italy . . . " Katie." , vf WILLIAM SCULLY Endless humor and quick wit . . . Enjoys playing volleyball and bowling . . . An avid member of Chef's Club . . . Likes driving a certain Corvette . . . Works dur- ing the summer. . ."Bill." JANET SCHUSTER A buoyant blonde. . . F.T.A .... Masquers . . . Majorettes . . .Spanish Club . . . Baby- sits . . . Enjoys boating, especially sailing . . . Spends summers traveling or sailing . . "Jan." JAMES SCULLY A great sport . . . J.V. Wrestling and Var- sity Lacrosse . . . Enjoys swimming and water skiing . . .A counselor at a summer camp . . . Knows his way around town ..."Jlm." Ztffxfn , V my , I ,, HARRY SHEEHY Funny, comical guy . . .Always seen with a basketball in his hand . . , Great soccer goalie . . . Varsity Basketball veteran . . . Mast Sports staff . . . Election Com- mittee . . . Many memorable trips to Wil- liams College. DEXTER SENFT Did you say intelligent? . . . Honor Society in Junior Yea. . . .SCB . . .National Merit Semi-Finalist . . . Rensselaer Award . . . Concert Choir . . . Mathletes . . . Math Seminar. . .Avid bowler. . .Varsity Track ...Secretary of G.C. Boys Bowling League . "Weird sense of humor." . . . "Dex." Page 97 THEODORE SHEMELLA Intelligent member ofthe Senior class. .. Magazine Drive . . . J.V. Soccer . . . Band . . . lOth grade Homeroom Chairman . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Honor So- ciety . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Works at butcher shop . . . Likes skin diving and fishing . . . "Ted." JEAN SHERRY An individual in thought, word and deed . . . Vice-President of German Club . . . Echo, Mast and Gedanken der Jugand . . . Masquers . . . SCB . . . Veteran Celestone . . . Concert Choir, Church Choir . . . Folksong Club . . . Enjoys photography, horseback riding, bowling and sewing. . . Would like to travel and own a red sports car . , . Unique signature and personality to match . . . National Honor Society . . , "Jean." Poge 98 SCOTT SHEETS Deep thinker . . . Enjoys rock concerts . . . Spends a lot of time jamming as a lead guitarist in a band . . . Chef's Club, Mixed Chorus and Art Committee . . . Frequent visitor to the beach during the summer . . . One ofthe lucky Woodstock men. GAIL SILVESTRI Striking red hair . . . Mast typist . . . Active in sports . . . Hockey, gymnastics, basketball, volleyball . . . President of Girls' Chorus . . . Mixed Chorus Service Award . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority. . .Coun- selor at Noyes Junior Camp in Connec- ticut . . . "Sil." ROBERT SHENK Came back to Garden City after living in France . . . Good on the soccer field . . . Interesting to debate with . . . Reddish hair . . . Works or travels during the summer. . ."Bob." LAURA SHORT Long, shiny brown hair . . .Vivacious and an avid book reader . . . lnkspots Art Edi- tor.. .SAM ...Foreign Policy Forum... Cathedral Sunday School teacher . . . En- joys sailing and swimming . . . Spends summers in Virginia and as a volunteer counselor at St. Giles Summer Camp for the Blind . . . "Laurie." DIANA SIMS A "Yankee Doodle Dandy" . . . lnkspots . . . intramural volleyball and basketball . . . Student Council Alternate . . . Vari- ous homeroom offices . . . Vice-President of Class as a Junior . . . Ambassadress to Switzerland . . . Latin Club . . . Prom Committee . . . Memorable role in David and Lisa . . . Phi Tau Rho Sorority . . . swimmer . . . Yearns for Foreign Service . . . National Honor Society . . . "Sims." ROBERT SIMPSON Hardworking, but always finds time to help a friend . . . Avid member of the Varsity Football team . . . Varsity Golf . . . Echo . . . Mast . . . Student Council Delegate . . . SCB . . . Band . . . Studio and Community Orchestra . . .All-County Band . . . Adelphi University Band . . . S.A.M ..., Trojans . . . Enjoys hiking and canoeing . . . Eagle Scout. . . "Bob." CHRISTOPHER SKELTON New to GC Junior year. . . Masquers. . . loves to go out . . . Enjoys driving Never misses a good party . . . likes to fix electrical equipment . . . Spends summers working in N.Y.C .... "Chris," ik WILLIAM SMELAND One of the school's individualists . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Homeroom Sergeant- at-Arms . . . Has worked at the Garden City Hotel as a bar boy . . . Never a dull moment. . ."Gordo." ROBERT SKELTON Has served as Homeroom Chairman and Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Likes to have fun and does it skiing, surfing, and playing handball . . . Enjoys traveling . . . Spent his summer working as a counselor . . . "Bob." ELIZABETH SMALL Tall, outgoing blonde . . .Active Masquer . . . Leaders Club . . . Candy Striper Enjoys playing the guitar . . . Christian Growth Chairman of youth group . . . FNA . . .Always smiling . . . Member of "Sing- Out Long Island" . . . Summers as camp COLLF1S9IOF.,,HBETSY.'I Page 9? KAREN SMITH Wonderful to know . . . Plays volleyball and badminton . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Guidance Aide . . . English Office Aide . . . Mother's helper . . . Enjoys sewing, swimming, parties, going to the beach and tennis . . . Spent summer at the beach with D.G. and G.S .... "Ka," 4 ,frrf PAUL SMYTHE A numbers nut. . .Varsity Track and Cross Country . . . Chess Club Award . . . Biol- ogy Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . Loves the guitar and drawing . . . Math expert . . . Loves to travel . . . National Honor Society. Page IOO I MARY SMITH Unpredictable . . .SAM . . .Activity Com- DANIEL SMITH Sportsminded . . . Varsity Wrestling and Track . . . Member of the Physical Fitness Team . . . Into all pop music . . . Plays the drums . . . A nice guy to know . . . "Dan," ELIZABETH STACOM Warm and sincere . . . Chantecler . . . FTA . . . Program chairman . . . Masquers ...French Club.. .Latin Club . . .Teach- er's Aide . . . Candy Striper . . . PAVES . . . Hempstead Child Care Center . . . Volunteer . . . Enjoys creative writing, water skiing, cooking,A and sewing . . . Works in N.Y.C. during the summer and relaxes at a seaside cottage . . . Enthusi- astic and dedicated . . . Looking forward to the Peace Corps . . . "Beth," mittee . . . Candy Striper . . . French Club . . . sews up a whirl . . . Masquers . . . Volleyball intramurals . . . Library Com- mittee . . . CYO . . . Prom Committee. . . Long black hair . . . Sodality . . . Enjoys riding . . . Helps political campaigns . . . Great to know. . ."Mary." KENNETH STABILE Enjoys all types of music . . . Last sum- mer at Woodstock . . . Plays the guitar . . . Works at the A8iP . . . Interested in photography . . . Likes to swim and sail . . . Has an interest in cars . . . "Ken." ROBERT STRAMPFER A regular sports enthusiast . . . J.V. Foot- ball . . . Indoor Track . , . Varsity and J.V. Lacrosse . . . Intramural Basketball, Volleyball and Lacrosse . . . Alternate Student Council Delegate . . . Chef's Club . . . Surfing fan, also likes cars and play- ing guitar. . .Vacations out on the Island . . ."Bob." 4 . ELLEN STEINERT Friendly, reliable and nice to know . . . works hard . . . FNA Treasurer . . . Color Guard . . . Initiated Masquer . . . Spanish Club . . . Mixed Chorus . . .Activity Com- mittee . . . Concert Choir . . . Volleyball . . .Volunteer Nurses Aide at Nassau Hos- pital . . . Church Luther League . . . Sun- day School Teacher . . . Takes Modern Dance . . . Enjoys skiing, swimming, ten- nis and reading . . . Worked last summer and went to camp . . . Sweet personality . . . National Honor Society . . . "El." POLLY SUDA 1052 ALISON STUART Tall . . . National Merit Letter of Com- mendation . . . Junior Varsity hockey . . . Volleyball and basketball . . .Varsity bowling . . . Band Secretary. . . Orchestra officer all three years . . . Dance Band . . . Studio Orchestra . . . Community Orchestra . . . One of Chadderdon's Chil- dren . . . Chemistry Club . . . Homeroom officer . . . Prom Decorations . . . Office Aide . . . Spanish Club . . . French Club Conscientious and friendly . . . Band . . . Chess Club . . . F.T.A .... Orchestra . . . 6A rating in NYSSMA . . . Loyal Girl Scout . . . St. Anne's C.Y.O .... Bowling League . . .s Confraternity . . . Likes to collect coins and dolls . . . Plays piano and guitar . . . Skis and plays tennis . . . Enjoys swimming and horseback riding . . . Spent part of the summer traveling. A 1? , . . .Youth Choir . . .Adult Choir . . .Bell 5 Choir . . . Candy Striper . . . Those New Hampshire summers . . . Skiing . . . "Sally." A f, ,. , f i JOSEPH STRICKLAND An unusual and interesting member ofthe Senior Class . . . Co-Editor of the "East Village Other" . . . Proud member of Prunes Volleyball team . . .Attended 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair . . . En- joys good music, Creedance Clearwater, and Doors . . . opinionated . . . Magnetic personality. . . "Joe." W4 an ic C, 'r .r ff W X , A 4' X W'77if . in ,,,'f'r' .1 ff 2,2 ,wt 'Vp ., nf.--v I, , ,,,, ,W -, .,,- .L,t..!j 54351 . ,, 4:25724 2 .1411 I 2-af , fl :P . Q ,,.g1g,w,fZ2:'3a-'L.' . , .. ., CATHERINE STUART A tiny bundle of energy . . . Co-captain of Varsity cheering . . . Leaders Club . . . Mast Girls Sports Editor . . . Outstanding member of G.A.A .... Magazine Drive Accountant , . . Honor Society Secretary ...Conscientious SCB f. . Student Faculty Relations Board . . .A pro on the balance beam '. . . Succeeds in everything she undertakes . . . Worked this past summer on Wall Street . . .V A future in mathe- matics . . . Homecoming Queens Court ..."Cathy" . . . "Squeak" Poge KENNETH SULLIVAN Likes weekends, hates weekdays . . . Var- sity Football Manager . . . Homeroom Chairman . . . Does horticultural work .. .loves beach . . . Hasn't missed a party in years.. .plans to be a vet. . ."Sul." CAROLINE SWARTZ Nice personality. . . Charztecler. . . Botany Club . . . F.T.A .... Initiated Masquers . . . Botany Club . . . Latin, Japanese and French Clubs. . . Candy Striper . . .Cam- paigned for Robert Kennedy . . . outside interests include cooking, water skiing and politics . . . spends summers working at Avco Corp. in New York City . . . Vaca- tions at Greenport and Delhi, N.Y .... "Carol," Page lO2 JAM ES SULLIVAN Avid sports enthusiast . . .Varsity Football . . . Varsity Lacrosse . . . Basketball, Vol- leyball . . . Winter Weightlifting . . .Win- ter Lacrosse . . . Confraternity . . . Senior Life Saving . . . Worked last summer . . . Great dancer . . . Likes to swim and water - .1 - rr ski . .. Jim. GLENN TANCRETO Boston sports fan . . flntramural Basket- ball and Volleyball . . . Chef's Club . . . Enjoys fishing, basketball, and football . . . Likes to win money on sports events and poker.. . "Tank." CHARLOTTE SU LTAN Blond and beautifully Swedish . . . Mem- ber of Gymnastics, Leaders and Mixed Chorus . . . Likes swimming, the beach and singing in the Choir. . .Bowling with the Strike-Outs . . . Vllater and snow ski- ing . . . Very friendly and outgoing . . . Loves animals - especially dogs . . . Memorable trip to Sweden in 1969 . . . A good friend . , . Lottis. get PETER TALTY Superb athlete with the build to prove it . . .All Division Lineman for G.C. Football ln Junior year . . . Varsity Wrestling and Lacrosse . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fra- ternity . . . Good sense of humor . . . Spends summers in the Hamptons . . . "Pete." RICHARD Tabasco Distinguished Student Council Vice Presi- dent . Active Masquers member . . . Minstrel in "Once Upon A Mattress" . . . Concert Choir . . . Mixed Chorus Service Award . . . Adelphi Summer Theatre . . . Organ Club . . . Summer mail-room clerk . . . Intellectual member of our class . . . "Rich," , , , ,, , V, ,, , , , 4 JM, af ',fw,ff ff ' QUIZ ff ,' PAUL THOMAS Tall and lean . . . individualistic to the Nth degree. . .Photography nut. . .Works out of school . . . Interesting to talk to. RALPH TEDESCO Always a smile. . . Member of Photo Club and Audio Visual Squad . . . Enjoys hav- ing a good time . . . Manager of the Rifle Team and an "All Star" volleyball player . . . Works throughout the summers . . . "Ted." PATRICIA TORNEY Initiated Masquer . . . Photo . . . Light Director . . . Unique personality . . . Sum- mer activities include camping, riding, sailing and swimming . . . Enjoyed her trips to Expo, Ireland, and Cape Cod . . . Sense of humor . . . Folksong Club . . . Heart Fund volunteer . . . Participates in volleyball, softball and basketball . . . "Pat." JOHN TESH Tall . . .Ambassador to Sweden . . . Echo Photo Editor . . . Chef's Club . . . Physics Club . . . International Committee . . . One of the stupendous "All-American Band" . . . Varsity Soccer . . . Varsity Indoor and Outdoor Track . . . Intramural Basketball and Volleyball . . . Enjoys play- ing the piano and organ, photography, and donkey basketball . . . "FAAH." f -L 41, if STEPHEN TOBIAS A Ranger fan . . . G.C. Gents . . , Soph. Executive Board . . . Homeroom Magazine Drive Chairman . . . J.V. and Varsity Soc- cer . . . Intramural Basketball and Volley- ball . . . Enjoys hockey and records . . . spends summers at the beach . . . "Steve" Poge WALTER TREPASHKO Crusader for students' rights . . . Stu- dent Council delegate . . . Service Award . . .Varsity Football . . .Varsity Wrestling . . . J.V. Track, shotput . . . Library staff . . . Photography . . .Traveling . . . Cars ...Bartender . . . "Wally." KEVIN TRUE Transfer student from Manhasset . . .Tall and lean . . . Enjoys boating and skiing . . . Plays recreation basketball . . . Rather quiet, but with a good sense of humor. Page 104 ADELE TREIBER Lively, likeable and friendly to all . . . Our Ambassadress to Austria . . . Home- coming Queen's Court . . . Varsity Cheer- leader . . . SCB . . . Enjoys basketball, gymnastics, volleyball and hockey . . . Leaders Club. . . Election and Prom Com- mittees . . . Concert Choir . . . Magazine Drive Chairman . . . Mast Staff . . . Folk- song and German Clubs . . .Trojans . . . Church Youth group . . . Sunday School teacher . . . Likes sewing . . . an asset to the Class of '70 . . . National Honor Soci- ety. RICHARD VAIL Strong athlete . . . J.V. Football, Lacrosse . . . Varsity Football, Lacrosse . . . l.B.L. . . . l.V.L .... Indoor Track . . . Home- room Chairman . . . Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity . . . Performs wondrous tricks with pancake batter . . . Enjoys beach and boating . . . Good natured . . . "Rick." LYNDA TROTTA Enthusiastic in all she does . . . lntra- mural volleyball . . . Alternate Student Council Delegate . . . Girls' Chorus Serv- ice Award . . . Girls' Chorus Secretary. .. Concert Choir . . . Vice-President of Masquers . . . Played Kate in David and Lisa, Lady Lucille in Once Upon a Mat- tress, and Marion in Don't Drink the Water ...A warm friend to all . . . "Lyn." CATHY TU LKA "Run Tulka Run" . . . Large blue eyes with an appetite to match . . . Unique vocabulary . . . Crazy trick knee . . .Mast Write-ups . . . Extramural badminton . . . Student Council Delegate. . .Junior Exec- utive Board . . . Prom Invitations Commit- tee . . . Activity Committee . . . Co-Chair- man of Magazine Drive . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Secretary of G.C.Y.O .... Hobbies include swimming and being with people ...Woodstock . . . "Tulk." MARYANN VECCHIO Never alone . . . Senior Executive Board . . . Masquers . . . Activity Office Aide . . . Service Award . . . Petite and bouncy DElDBE VENABLES G.C.'s first Homecoming Oueen . . friendly . . . Extramural badminton, bas- ketball and volleyball . . . Budget Commit- . . . Loves piano and guitar . . . Working girl at Adelphi . . .Writes poetry . . . Avid beach goer . . .'Worked in the City . . . Plans to go to college and become a drama teacher . . . A sincere friend . . . "Mares." .l,if,f,, f4kffz',,'v, , ' MSW eff? .iw 4 ', f ffCf,w,f1z,fZf'4,ff!4'fwf7! in I, l , . u,, ' ite- ,. 1 - fwfvt: IRENE VINSON Partial to the college set . . . Intramural hockey . . . Basketball, volleyball . . . Student Council Delegate . . . Guidance Aide . . . Loves to ski . . . Can be seen at every party . . . Sweet and sincere . . . "Vince." PAMELA VAILE Long black hair . . . Crazy laugh . . Mysterious eyes . . . Concert Choir . . . An avid hockey player . . .Volleyball . . . Basketball . . . Deep voice . , . "Pam." tee.. . FTA. . .Cootchie Club. . .hardf working Treasurer of our class for two years . . . Magazine Drive . . . Executive Board . . . A familiar face at the italian Kitchen . . . Found by the duck pond . . . Spends summers at the beach and the Hamptons. . ."Dede." W" ' Q gay ,f x 22,77 ' EDMUND VOGLER Active Homeroom Officer . . . Gymnastics Manager. . . Intramural Volleyball League . . . Member of the A.V. staff . . . Likes water skiing, horseback riding and driv- ing his car . . . Summers, he's worked at Eisenhower Park . . . Has also worked at Winston's . . . Lives each day to the limit . . . "Ed." wid ROBERT VOELKER Small, but hard as a rock . . . One of our male cheerleaders . . . President of G.C. Gents . . . Homeroom Secretary . . . J.V. Football and Wrestling . . . Connie Mack Baseball . . . Enjoys beach and parties . .. A flying fiend . . . "Bob," P Page leo JILL WAAG Small and sweet . . . Majorettes . . . Par- ticipates in Band concerts and football half-time shows . . . lntelligent . . . loves to travel . . . Enjoys swimming, horseback riding and bowling . . . a good friend. l l l l MARGUERITE WALSH Short in height but tall in humor . . . Ink- spots . . . Chantecler . . . Library Staff . . . Election Committee, Orientation Commit- tee . . . French Club . . . G.C. Committee of Girl Scouts . . . Guitar player at St. Jo- seph's Folk Masses . . . Outside interests include painting, swimming, and playing guitar and piano . . . enjoys summers camping . . . National Honor Society . . . ,,Margy.,, Poge lO6 AUDREY VOM LEHN Smiles galore . . . Magazine Drive . . German Club . . . Folksong Club . . . Hockey intramurals . . . Election and So- cial Committees . . . Volleyball and bas- ketball . . . Mast Write-ups . . . Concert Choir Secretary . . . Candy Striper . . . Active in church Walther League and Choir . . . Sunday School teacher . . . Ex- perienced on the slopes . . . Quite a seam- stress . . .Always ready to help . . .Sugar and spice. . ."Aud." MAUREEN WATERS Future Teachers of America . . . Bowling Club . . . Library Staff' in 10th grade . . . Y.O. member . . . enjoys photography, sewing, swimming, horseback riding and bowling . . . Spends summers in Southold . . . Quiet personality. ELIESE WAGENSEIL Sparkling personality . . . A good student with enviable grades . . . Volleyball, bad- minton, gymnastic enthusiast . . . Hard working . . . Chemistry Club . . . Biology Club - - - Activity Committee Sub-Chair- man . . .Always willing to help. . . Man Lai King Committee . . . Active in church . . . Cathedral Choir, Sunday school teacher, President of Altar Guild. . . Loves skiing and sailing at Mattituck summer l-mma lxl-,+:n.f.,l n.imv..- f---:,L,. VALERIE WALSH Masquers Props and House Committee. .. FNA . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Concert Choir . . . Humanities . . . Spanish Club . . . Snow skiing, water skiing . . . Sailing . . . Senior Life Saving . . . CYO . . . Dental assistant after school . . . Camping . . . Loves the beach . . . plans to become a nurse . . ..A mother's helper in West- hampton Beach over the summer . . . A great kid , . ."Val." ABBE WEITZNER Varied interests . . . F.T.A .... Spanish Club . . . Library Aide. . . Guidance Aide . . . Candy Striper . . . B'nai B'rith Girls . . . G.C. Recreation Bowling . . . Cam- paigning for Sen. Dunne . . . Reads . . . Sews and knits . . . Spends summers at Camp.B'nai B'rith . . . A warm friend. JOSEPH WENK Gymnastics and Track keep him in shape . . . Works at Lord gl Taylor . . . Has worked at American Casting Mfg. Inc .... Likes to surf and ski . . . Member of G.C. Diving Team . . . Enjoys refreshments and Bruce's basement . . . "Joe" . . . "Wink." JANET WEED Unforgettable laugh . . .Steering Commit- tee . . . National Honor Society . . .Activ- ity Committee . . . Red Cross . . . Job at Altman's . . . Election Committee . . . Unbelievable Leader . . . All intramurals . . . Grade Council . . . CYO . . . Baby- sitter . . . Prom Committee . . . Enjoys piano, reading . . . Member of St. Jo- seph's Parish Council . . . Loves to talk and eat . . . Spends summers dog-sitting . . .Wild behind the wheel . . . "Weedie." MICHAEL WEITZNER Mr. Ski . . . Enjoys basketball and soccer . . . Works the lighting for Masquers . . . Chef's Club.. .Active member of S.A.M. ...Remembers good times in physics with "Cage" . . . Counselor at summer camp . . . Dreams of being an Alpine skier . . . "Mike," 4752 Q fi . JSM"-fflf' V ' GEORGE WHITNEY Quiet until you get to know him . . . Soc- cer and Gymnastic teams . . . Homeroom Vice-President . . . S.A.M. member . . . German Club . . . Enjoys water skiing and scuba diving . . . Spends his summers at the beach, New Hampshire or working . . . Car enthusiast. . ."Ward." KATHLEEN WHITE Long, beautiful hair . . . Election Commit- tee . . . Activity Committee . . . Concert Choir. . . Mixed Chorus . . . F.N.A. . . . Masquers . . . Intramural tennis . . . St. Anne's C.Y.O. and Sodality . . . Enjoys sewing, swimming and animals . . .Spent her summer as a mothers helper . . . Quiet and reserved . . . "Kathy." Poge IO7 MARGARET WILLIAMS Election Committee IO, Student Council Alternate IO, Tennis . . . Dedicated homeroom officer . . . Masquers . . . Volunteer Nurse at Nassau . . . Red Cross. . . Contagious laugh . . . Often seen at Hubbell's Pond . , . love to ski, play tennis and rollerskate . . . Enjoys danc- ing, listening to records and boys . . . "Maggie" I ROBERT WRIGHT Goes his own way, very individualistic . . . Out-of-school he's worked for the A81P, a moving company and a photo company . . . Interested in photography . . .Travels and works during the summer . . "Bob." Page IO8 BRUCE WILDERMUTH Unique organist . . . Hi-fi and stereo en- thusiast . . . Works for L.l. Trust . . . Organ Club . . . Collects albums . . . Summers in Westhampton and Cape Cod. NANCY YERDEN Cute, talkative, and outgoing . . . Junior Executive Board . . . Chess Club, Folksong Club . . .Activity Committee . . . Sodality, C.Y,O .... Spends 'summers near the water sailing, skiing, and swimming . . . Enjoys babysitting . . . Job at Adelphi . . . True love at West Point . . . Friendly to all . . . Great to know. RICHARD WILLIAMS A fierce competitor . . , Varsity Track . . . Basketball . . .Volleyball . . . Member of the Chemistry Club . . . A hard worker . . . Enjoys wine, women, and song . . . A real individual . . . "Rich" . . . "Phan- tom." SANDRA WRIGHT Very artistic . . . Beautiful eyes . . .Home- room secretary and powerful Sergeant-at- Arms . . . Senior hockey team, intramurals . . . Social Committee, Publicity Commit- tee Chairman . . . Junior Prom co-chair- man, Election Committee . . . Spends summers working at Nassau County Board of Elections . . . Unforgettable machine gun laugh . . . "Sandy," LISA YOUNIE DIANE ZElVlBRUSKl A sincere and reliable friend . . . Enjoys Talented in many fiends ' ' ' Designer of volleyball and basketball , . . Social Com- mittee . . . FTA . . . Folksong Club . . . Biology Club . . . French Club . . . Elec- tion Committee . . . Teachers Aide . . . Sews and plays guitar . . . Spends sum- mers at the beach . . . a capable babysit- ter. . . nice to know. . .one of the "Big Three." lVlasquers costumes in Junior year Concert Choir . . . Participated in art show . . .Takes art lessons . . . Makes her own clothes . . . The only girl in shop Remembers when she was locked museum on her trip to Europe last mer. . ."Diane." fciff!,f f fy yf., EDWIN YOUNKIN We f 9 Anka , , W, , f,,,,,,f:f, V., nf X f r ff f , ,WW ,, f AQ ,fyf fy, r- X ,W f,,,y, ,!,z,nf, ,C-gm' DONNA ZEPCZYK New to G.C. in Junior year. . . lVlasquers Costume Committee Chairman . . .Con- fraternity . . . Worked at Adelphi and Kings Point . . . Enjoys sewing . . . Quiet and dependable. Drives the famed Buick Special . . . Steer- ing and Budget Committees . . . Mast Sports Staff . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Cross Country . . . One of "The Boys" . . .Summer League Vet. . . Friendly and opinionated . . ."Ed." RICHARD ZINKE Versatile, many talents and interests . . . Mast Write-ups Editor . . . Echo Advertis- ing Director.. .Varsity Tennis. . .S.C.B. . . . lnducted lVIasquers member . . . Con- cert Choir . . . Enjoys snow and water skiing, swimming . . . Cathedral Choir . . . Likes baseball . . . Paints and wall- papers at St. Paul's and St. lVlary's during the summer . . .A well-known member of the class of 1970 . . . "Rich," and to certain others "Rinky." W. , . sf -an f 1 f '47 52' ,, 9 5'f'?.g,24:if' H Q ,,x,sLn:, f .3w?W?rft'5 Wi' 'f V. in a sum- 'Q f 5 if! may STELLA ZERILLE Plans to go to college and become a fashion designer . . . Enjoys work Swimming . . . Sewing, horseback riding and music . . . Spends summers at the beach. Page IOQ xr QM, mga.-. 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Sophomore Party "1v'5"11f1,- i '.' -, at 1 1,5 .f- Qe. it if f- r -, 5 fit? at 't' 'r 5 X . si. gm -'WSJTYQ-Q,53 -J w , I 5 , o : , , f -sf-fpg Y" Ao o , rfjfii Y7.l?!i.i ,o C fi Q sf 4' it f ,, f Senior Talent THE CLASS OF 1970- IN REVIEW Days so long ago, yet so near in our memories On September 7, 1967, we all felt justa little apprehensive about entering the hallowed halls of Garden City High School for the first time. The year of our graduation-1970-seemed to lie in the far-distant future. Looking back, though, the last three years have passed all too quickly. As sophomores, we enthusiastically joined clubs, participated in sports and served on committees of various sorts. As tradition has it, the sophomore class sells more than their quota during the annual Magazine Drive. Our class was no exception, selling over 39,000 worth of subscriptions. Our parent-sponsored Class Party, held on lVlarch 1, was centered around the theme, "Charlie Brown, We Love You." lVlusic was pro- vided by the "Six Pak," led by our class president, Joel Catania. The following week, we received our long-awaited class rings. The Class of '70 experi- enced another GC tradition as rings were turned seventy times for luck. April 5 brought with it the Sophomore Dance. "The Best of Both Worlds"' pro- vided music for the evening. f Q K ff 4 7 Q Yi Whaaa? l www- ,,wf,..,,f.,,,..,.M-v f ,, w 1 Wkbfvvwxwwf ' ' I , The patient, understanding lVlast sponsor, Mr. Chiavoli 4 lt's all in the line of duty The day the firemen visited GC Junior year began on September 5, 1968. We enthusiastically attended football games and sock hops, led by Shep Rainie, our Junior class president. With PSAT's over, everyone suddenly began thinking about their future plans. After the lVlarch 1 SAT's, we were in- troduced to the art of filling out college applications. This trend continued well into our senior year. Ten juniors were launched on "The Experiment in Inter- national Living" as community ambas- sadors. The Junior Dance and Class Party were overwhelmingly successful, and Clark Matthews was elected Stu- dent Council President in the lVlay elec- tions. The stage was now set for the most important dance of the year, the Junior Prom. Plans and preparations had been going on weeks ahead of time. The bands had been booked, invitations had been sent out and favors were ready to be given out. Despite the soaring tem- peratures, many creative and hard- working people decorated the cafeteria, courtyard and halls. For one night, Gar- den City High School was transformed into a 'flittle lVlexico." Crepe paper masks, trees and posters in every imag- inable color were found in abundance. The cafeteria became an authentic lVlex- ican village, complete with market place. The Class of '69 was given an unforgettable send-off. Of course, this was the best prom ever held because it was given by the Class of '7O! In September of 1969, we climbed to our exalted places as SENIORS. We took charge of all major clubs, commit- tees and publications, as well as being captains of all athletic teams. Starring roles in both the creation and acting of "Don't Drink the Wa-ter" and "Anything Goes" were held by seniors. N.Y. State Regents and National Merit Scholar- ships were awarded to seniors. Honors worthy of the class itself. Sue and friend , xi ,, i1-' J Mr. Bennetter loses at the Senior Bridge c fi, Now listen, Foley. . . tr ,fff-Sita!-J 4 J l M7 f ' 4 K f,,,,, fi: K I 5 rx! f ,.,,, gg Ili, -4 is gl . ' l Viz., , Mm , 4 I r' -X Q 1 ' 0,11 y C 1 . 2, ' A X ' N , v if ' . ' wx' . Q ' -- : . 4 Y Q .. :jr .rv ' v ,, - ' 0 "" ' -' .V Q 'ig QL 1-lixfr J ' s f - , A - r vt A l ' M: , V at S' ' in Q' E ' r if " 1' Q Ax.. I t , . Ti Dede Venables- Homecoming Queen Seniors are cultural. . . The Senior Dance, held on Septem- ber 19, was the opening dance of the school year. The Magazine Drive began shortly after. As usual, we proved our- selves no different than other senior classes-we didn't reach quota and fin- ished last in the school. October 11 was history for the Gar- den City football team. The Trojans broke a 19 game winning streak by de- feating lVlineola 26-12. That game, as well as the victory parades downtown will never be forgotten. The first Home- coming Dance took place during the football season. Dede Venables was crowned Homecoming Queen on the night of October 17. Cathy Stuart, Patty Eggers, Debbie Abbott, lVlary Lou Fuerst and Adele Treiber comprised her Studious l Musical. . . Willing to lend a hand. . . Happy . . . Page ll? court. Half-time ceremonies took place the following day. The Senior Bridge, held on Novem- ber 6, provided our last major financial contribution to our class treasury. In early December, the halls outside the music wing echoed with the sounds of the choruses and band as they prepared for their concerts. Their performances were, as usual, exceptionally good and the Christmas season was ushered in and Thoughtful with much good cheer. The Winter Wonderland was held on the night of December 2O'. Peggy Dillingham was crowned Snow Queen after a week of suspense. Her court included Sue Le- Bars, Candy Capilets, Cindy Radocy, Debbie lVlori, Chris Sackman and Robin lVlurback. Soon after, we left for vaca- tion, grateful for the much-needed rest but enthusiastic to greet our year, 1970. January dragged on and eventually ended in the inevitable midterms. The basketbalLteam also played out a slug- gish season. January 28 found the be- loved Mast staff diligently land at times, chaoticallyl taking Activity pic- tures in the auditorium and Meeting Room. The mid-winter depression began to lift by February. On the 20th, the Na- tional Honor Society, in its 35th annual induction, admitted seventy-one new members. Our Friday the 13th Senior Party in lVlarch was a roaring success, since this was the last official event that belonged exclusively to our parents and us. , 051 , f Mainz 1 , i t Q ,,,, , f l 2 I N E y.,, ,. ,JVK Mx ti ,wbw ig rail' "tiff ,i I, ,AIZVV iii? K. at:7fwv Such a hard working lVlast staff! -.l ...N The spirit of GC High This year 1970-and this place Garden City High School Where I am everyone and everything for I am no one --Ili becoming someone Page l 74 February 20, 7970-Honor Society induction After Easter vacation, that com- mon cry of senioritis seemed to hit an all-time high. The lobby was con- stantly filled with sleeping seniors who "couldn't take another day." With the initiation of a liberalized lunch policy, seniors headed en masse for Whopper. On April 6, numerous seniors proved our faculty obsolete on Student-Teacher Day. The International Scholarship Dance, the Dance Band Assembly and the Gymnastic Show, which was the culmination of months of planning and rehearsing, all took place during April. Though this review must end here because a Mast deadline hovers over our heads, the best is yet to come. Stu- dent Council elections, the Father- Daughter Party and Senior Fag Day will come in lVlay. The climax of these three years will be the Senior Picnic, the issu- ance of Mast, the Prom and finally, Graduation. Our carefree high school days will be over. Each will have their own lingering memories. However, we will live in the present-with the nostal- gic past behind us and the optimistic future ahead. V ...-hx ' A - ,,.. ,ff- The Hnal Nlast deadline is met! P 1 1 1 11 ik ,N 11 1 i P f. V1 SENIOR PCJLL 13, 1x 'T 1 1 1 I1 ,1 i 1 1 li 1' 1:1 vi H Ci s PM X. l o 'tr 1 16922 ii U..- ii 1 1 '1 11' 'A" ' en ' 'xx 1 ,L 1' Q 1 ,1 ' S. I "'9?l45ll1Z.' 1 I ' 1 X91 1 1' ' ? , 4!!!lll!:I.-1. l, ' 3' 5" 1 1 3 1 E ng 1 1 -. ,,f 'T'i'T4I.J'.,,:1 F-'ii ' fi 1 T ne11 14' ' 1 "":' .Tf- E-1: ff si 1 Most Artistic 1 4 Sue LeBars Tom DeFilippe I hui . ' . KUUIHV '4 f I 4. 1 , '. g HPGHCH? 'f i ey fd 1 J YQ JJ k J ii' '1 1 i I i i 1 11 1 i 1ii 2 ' 1 i 1 I 1 - l s i 1 11 1 1 ix 1 ' X X iv l I 1 iii' 1 X 1 A1 Ex' 1 i w W 1 1 S, i Best Figure and Physique Robin Nlurback , M K Q George Boszilkov i e nf A - - Friendliest " ii i fn Diana Sims X fm- 1 D Mike Hutchison mf Most Musical X Pam Fries --'QY Vinnie Acunto Page H5 V.VV 9 ,vo 'T' in N Ar 5 Ax Q if is tx Elm' - N f 47 ' A 0f A, A Drd Most for GCHS Beryl Barmore l W Q5 Clark Matthews 1 94? 5 glluszl A 1 - ,H ' . N' i J ' 5 l ll 1.4 -w 7 Il . f ' , Favorite Teacher ' Mrs. Schnaubelt Q i. - , W Mr. Low ,-s- V' 'I X , , , g 1 5 3 M X fa . P. Q O00 . in +. ra' ' l l 'sl .. 9 5 '- .V A3 N F: L -0 V Mx, If 1 ,W Q D , I I , Ml' Sh. ' l i. ' A ff l "' Xf i I W... . i I, Q i l l I Best Dressed f f- , ' ' in .. rj 5 1 ' l. l l l li Mary Lou Fuerst 5 ' ' I ii y l Vinnie Acunto rr r i . n M i ' 1 ' l L., ' 1226 f 4 l 1 fl . . l l f.fgf,4,X . ., DJ an , . 1 1 0 0 v "Af 1 I K ll S1 W e sr.r l, 0 f ',n-, .Y I I W vi W . .e4, 0 , -,k'. V 0 ,V ,V 0 Mj'A ' 1 RT I , I! Q 'erre 0 . l ' M051 Talkative 0 A " fx fm' Pete Talty I I 1 Best Looking Q - 555- Peggy Dillingham K Bruce Macklin Poge 776 3? Eli- G 1-inf 7 . ji ' Y , Q Al be Qi I f l i Q if lr---'-"- , - ' W -f i Most Talkative Q Patty Eggers - 2 ' i ,l 'L--f l ? Most Likely to Succeed H Mary Kilbourn Miles Mahoney .gif-, J Z V it V ff-V-D Cie L Did Most for Class of '70 Dede Venables Joel Catania V I - , ' iff . ' In ' N l + W BestAll Around It MW, Qfjyw ltr vf Mg U Beryl Barmore XUQQ f lffl?N'lhv"EW CNN V' Sh R" lk alll ll XX ep alme fllr df llfi xxx lxxxxkw gp' ? f X ' X XX X x if f my fl!! r' N fx XS All l G X X . ' Alilyglxixlil I x f BSSI' Dancer Most School Spirited LQ L, Jean Busada Debbie Abbott gi Jlm DUQQHU Mike Hutchison ' Il! l iii Fog H7 6221 Q J., 1121 A'A cs t Q is 5 ?-j?ijj,i: Most Dependable Mary Lou Fuerst ' k lii V,.W Shep Rainie l In - if 4 6 Q ,sg Most individualistic Pat Torney George Boyajian J W f ii , LJ ' 'f t ,!,..,,,,,, ,. lf U f lL l v it A fm X X l V X l vx Q X . l Class Scholar Valerie Guinah fu Dexter Senft 1 ! xg-ff i ll l . f lVlost Athletic f Kathy Foley j Paul Connor l , ' l Class Wit l Carol Kirchgessner Taylor Jones 2 J ,gf l J v K X 62:2 A goaiihjuls Page ill? VL: Most Theatrical Lynda Trotta Rich Tedesco 'ff' F , mv fi X., W: , 1193? -vm , . 4, . 7.17 .ff f', , -N1 me Q3 'a .1 1 ' ' Clark Matthews President Richard Tedesco Vice-President Phoebe Zaslove Secretary STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Janet Mendes R Treasurer Daniel Ryan Parliamentarian Vincent Acunto Sergeant-at-A rms Gerald Dolan Gordon Tegnell Advisor A dvisor U9 STUDENT COUNCIL Page 720 First row: L. Byrne, M. J. Beagan, D. Ryan, C. Matthews, J. Mendes, R. Tedesco, V. Jackson, C. Tulka, D. Rudansky. Second row: M. Molter, M. DiMaria, A. Vecchio, L. Earing, L. Graefing, A. Donato, C. Sullivan, S. Gausted, J. Sim, C. Lauro. Third row: F. Giliberti, D. Bosch, G. Lewis, S. Metcalf,,J. Schueler, M. Dunford, D. Timmons, M. L. Findley, J. Schweitzer. Fourth row: L. Camesas, J. Jarvis, T. Foran, J. Harris, E. Holmes, D. Rhodes, G. Boyajian, T. Smith, Nl. McGovern, B. Ellis. Fifth row: J. Billmeier, L. Rosano, R. Rohan, B. Prinzi, J. Logan, M. Lane, M. Hutchison, K. O'Donohue. Once again, the Student Council has industriously upheld the basic prin- ciples of a democratic governing body. In furthering student participation in the administration of the high school, the Council was led by President Clark Matthews, Vice-President Richard Tedesco, Secretary Phoebe Zaslove and Treasurer Janet Mendes, as well as Parliamentarian Dan Ryan and Sergeant-at Arms Vinnie Acunto. Under the careful guidance of Mr. Tegnell and Mr. Dolan, the Council officers worked with the elected homeroom representatives in synthesizing ideas into actual legislation. The accomplishments this year included reform in smoking regulations, revision of the SCB charter and the possibility of an effective Stu- dent Court. ACTIVITY COMMITTEE Miss Snyder's girls-those con- scientious and hard-working mem- bers of the Activity Committee. You have undoubtedly been called down to the Activity Office at one time or another in your high school career. Any period ofthe day, you can see students tackling the enor- mous amount of paperwork which is entailed in keeping records up- to-date, checking Activity cards and ratings and enforcing the Re- strictive Unit Act, which is impor- tant to the close correlation of student activities. First row: J. Casale, J. lVlcEntee, A. Jones, B. Savarese, C. lVleasell. Second row: J. Jaeger, D. Brandin, M. Primrose, J. Weed, lVl. Carmody, W. Gensel, J. Herrlin, A. Zornberg. Third row: K. Foley, L. Garcia, C. lVlacLeod, D. Schueler, P. Olvany, D. Robinson, B. Johnson, D. Zaino, C. Dalton, P. Gilligan, C. Russo, P. Browne, B. Farley, K. lVlcParland. ART COMMITTEE 16 147. F ,Q at Christmastime and the ghosts and goblins of Halloween? Thanks to the- sponsorship of lVlr. Blake- Mi. Q ney and the chairmanship of Suz- ' anne LosKamp, the Art Committee never lets a holiday go by without decorating bulletin boards and showcases throughout the school with originality. Previous art ex- perience and a great amount of in- terest enable the members of this committee to spiritedly brighten the halls ot the school. The Spring Art Show, held in early May, cli- maxes the year. All in all, the Art Committee should be commended for its extremely fine displays done throughout the year. Remember the Jack-in-the-Box First row.' S. Tolner, K. Jones, J. Heilshorn, L. Springstun, J. Sewell, W. Hoeffler, K, Kologe, J. Levinson, B. Corvetti. Second row: L. Padden, A. Joye, B. James, T. DeFilipe, S. LosKarnp, Nlr. Blakenev, B. Thomas, N. lVlcKeon, D. Smalley, B. Norell, L. Laboda. Page IQI First r0w.' D. Laverdiere, lVl. Goble, Nl. L. Findley, D. LoPresti, J. Dickenson, C. Meyer, L. Frank. Second row: lVl. Meisinger, G. lVlunro, P. Torney, M. Schenkel, C. lVlera, G. Hague. Third row: B. Norell, J. Zinke, Nl. Duffy, lVl. Bernsley, J. Townsend, J. Jarvis. Fourth row: R. Lim, C. Connelly, J. Laverdiere, Nl. Lane, B. Barnes, R. Rohan. AUDIO-VISUAL STAFF How many times has one of the members of the A.V. staff come to your classroom to splice a tape or repair a projector so you could go on watching that fascinating Bio film? In addition to making these minor repairs, they are assigned the job of distributing films, projectors, slides and other A.V. equip- ment to the school. They answer the calls of students and teachers alike who need tape recorders, phonographs and projectors. Under the guidance of lVlr. Cunningham, much valuable time is given in service to our school. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Assembly Committee provides and arranges interesting and informative assemblies for the benefit of the student body. This is a cultural, as well as an entertaining means of presentation. As- semblies this year have included a musical program by the Koko Singers of Kenyon College, interpretive danc- ing, various panel discussions and movies on American foreign policy and scientific innovations and their effects on the society of the future. With the exception of standard as- semblies, such as Choral and Band as- semblies, pep rallies and award pro- grams, all are arranged by Assembly Committee. Any group wishing to con- duct an assembly need only contact the Committee and provide information re- garding the proposed presentation. lt is then scheduled, if approved. Arrangements for lighting, A.V. equipment and other aids are provided for groups who wish to conduct assem- blies. lVlembers usher and maintain order at all assemblies. Chairman of Assembly Committee this year has been Cheryl lVlera, and along with lVlr. Woj- nar as sponsor, has done an excellent job. M. First row: R. Tedesco, R. Puccia, lVlr. Cunningham, J. Galaska, IVI. Riley. Second row: Langfelder, J. lVlcAleese, J. Foran, T. O'Conor, R. Lynn. First row: E. Lehman, L. Herbst, V. Muller, D. Stuart, V. Tang, J. Enderle, E. Edwards, K. Camesas, P. Small, K. Stacom, A Liebermann. Second row: D. lVlcLellan, J. Desch, R. Koch, K Buck, C. Busada, R. Colahan, M. Eberle,kB. Lee, T. Appell D. Rhodes, S. Rainie, S. Langfelder, l. Young. Third row: W Fleri, H. Cole, R. Hazel, L. Muench, D. Theoharides, lVl. lVlor- row, P. Riggs, L. Latham, R. Hughes, B. Simpson, J. Byrne, G. Palkot, T. Keane, D. Koelsch, A. Krecko, J. Braaten, L. Abbott, P. Suda. Fourth row: J. Hillman, R. O'Hare, E. Gibbons, W. Pender, C. Seiferth, J. Anderson, J. Allen, B. Kirby, A. LaGat- tuta, Mr. Chadderton. Fifth row: T. Treadway, B. Bates, M. Greenwald, S. Jounakos, B. Wydler, V. Freeman, D. Timmons, S. Stuart. ,?....a-, r BAND IVlusic, dedication, comradeship, and purpose are words which accurately describe the Band. lVlusically, it pertornws everything fronw operahc overtures by VVagner tothefolkrocksoundsof'J4aH.H EachyemWheBandconwnHsHsmtuJmaymgataHhome tootbaH garnes,three night concems Hwthe high schooL concerts for the Stevvarh Stratford and Junior High Schools, and the State-wide music competition in the spdng. Before these perfornwances are given, hovveven the Band rehearses rnany unseen, unheard hours dudng schooh aHerschool,and severalTuesdayrnghts Dedica- Uoninrareabundance! Being Htthe Band isrnore than just being one Hne of sn1aH notesin a conductons condensed score,hovveven A strong feeling of unity among Band members develops throughoutthe yeah VVhetherifs amending the seniors' iwmconnng pany torsophonunes,or auendmg a Band dance after a concern or pulhng for a soloist the Band is unhed in hs deshe to do the bestjob possible crea- Uvely,sociaHyl?l,andinusicaHy. A sense oipurposeis Hnpomantto any group Uyingto be successiul.Tlns sense of purpose conwesfronwthe stu- dents but, it only comes when there is a dedicated, driving force behind then1.ln the Band's case,the force vvhich pushes them to the top each year comes from it's director, Mr.Chaddmdon. Page l23 BIGLGGY CLUB Biology Club gives Garden City's future biologists an opportunity to in- vestigate additional fields that are not available in the classroom curriculum. Advanced biological techniques are also studied. Under the direction of Mr. Richmond, projects included the dis- section of crayfish, bullfrogs and fetal pigs. Al Left to right: Nlr. Richmond, W. Ticho, M. Athans, M. Battaglia, A .Bassani, R. Cornacchia. BOOKROOM Such dedication, such loyalty-lVlrs. Finegan's Book- room Brigade. They are responsible for the distribution of textbooks throughout the year, as well as accounting for them in June. Periodic inventories and spot checks are made. So watch out hovv you handle those books from novv on, the Boys will be watching! Left to right: B. Mahin, lVlrs. Finegan, T. Raskopf. BOTANY CLUB The Botany Club, under the sponsorship of Dr. Turkel, pro- vides an opportunity for those students interested in plants to work on individual research proj- ects. The future botanists also spend some time preparing slides of plant specimens and mastering the technique of plant pressing. Page 724 Left to right: L. Schermann, J. Callins, J. Weed, K. Derner, B. Buschmann, D. Brandin Dr. Turkel, B. Egan, C. Laudati. BRIDGE 'CLUB The purpose ofthe Bridge Club is to better a student's ability in the skills of bridge-playing. This club meets most Wednesday afternoons in the library for a challenging hand of bridge or tor in- struction from the sponsor, Miss Crab- tree. By exchanging bridge knowledge, both the novice and the pro can improve their skill with cards. First row: E. Youngkin, M. Lane, J. Mendes, D. Ryan, D. DeSalvo. Second row: T. Jones, C. Connelly, J. Logan, B. Prinzi, J. Jarvis, Mr. Ryder. CHAMBER STRINGS Chamber Strings forms the nu- cleus of Studio Orchestra. Under the direction of Mr. Chadderton they try to play as much classical music as time permits. Since many composers wrote music for a few strings, the group is not limited by their small size. Chamber Strings has done a commendable job of presenting an uncommon type of music to the student body. Left to right: P. Salvie, M. Puvogel, L. Herbst, B. Buschmann. BUDGET COMMITTEE Although the United States Govern- ment may not have one, thanks to the Budget Committee, Garden City High School does. What you ask? A balanced budget, of course! Student Council Treasurer, Janet Mendes and sponsor Mr. Ryder gather with a few students from each grade on Tuesday mornings between February and June. Their de- cisions in the allotment of school funds are most important to every activity which needs G.O. support. After many meetings and numerous cuts and addi- tions, the completed budget is pre- sented to the Student Council for final approval. cz f 5 , Q Y Left to right.' D. Timmons, J. Pohl, J. Levinson, M, Olthuis, K. Jones, S. Stuart, J. Stenard P. Munkenbeck, S. Wallach, M At Piano: Miss Lockridge. Kneeling: C. Jenks, B. Barmore, E. Monaco, S. Klepper, M. Pansini. Standing: C, Rippe, C. Reinig, L. Collier, K. Scott, J. Sherry, P. Fries, J. Busada, C. Sackman, L. Anderson, J. Schueler. CHANTECLER It has been the impossible task of the talented and dedicated Chantecler staff under the leadership of Editor Debbie Clapp and sponsor Mr. Chanover, to select the cream of the crop from the numerous articles that have been pour- ing into Room 163 day after day. After months of ceaseless labor, the ultimate in literary creativity-Chante- cler 1970-has emerged. At times, the work seemed insurmountable but there was never much doubt that the experi- enced staff would pull through. It can be said that Chantecler 1970 was an unforgettable experience. Page 726 CELESTONES Junior and senior girls with musical ability comprise Celestones, the most selective girls singing group in the high school. Under the direction of President Pam Fries, Vice-President Beryl Bar- more, Secretary-Treasurer Linda Ander- son, Librarian Katie Scott and Miss Ly- dia Lockridge, the Celestones, as usual, gave outstanding performances in each choral concert. The group's main focus is three part singing and vocal improvi- sation. An excursion to Chicago, where the girls appeared before the National Mu- sic Educators Conference, highlighted the year for them. They performed a piece specially written for them and arranged by Dr. Bertram Konowitz and Mr. Orlando DiG'irolomo. It proved to be an extraordinary and exciting experi- ence for those who participated. Seated: M. Walsh, N. Alexander, D. Clapp, C. Hall, C. MacLeod. Standing: C. Swartz, B. Stacom, S. Curtis, H. Cole, Mr. Chanover, D. Cordes, B. Smithson, E. Awe, E. Hamill, C. Caddy. CHEFS CLUB First rovvpJ. Oakley, M. Maguire, B. Brady, G. Kenny. Second row: T. Raskopf, J. Crosby, B. Kelly, V. Biggane, Mrs. Niedbalski, L. Jones, S. Sheets, C. Cunningham. Third row: J. Foran, A. Buchanan, B. Douglas, D. Moore, P. Russo, J. McNerney, L. Kind, G. Tancreto, C. Otto, B. Scully, B. Strampfer, M. Rix, P. Delle, J. Bill- meier, R. Nicosia, G. Koch. Under the courageous sponsorship of Mrs. Niedbalski, the Chef's Club meets every Tuesday afternoon. Different from any other activity in the high school, interested senior boys learn the whole process involved in planning and pre- paring simple but appetizing foods and meals. So, with the clatter of pots and pans and general howls of delight and amazement, the Chef's Club success- fully i?i produces their final dinner of the year. had CHESS CLUB Every Thursday afternoon, Garden City students compete against each other in the challenging game of chess. The purpose of this organization, how- ever, is not only competition, but to give students an opportunity to learn the game and perfect their skills. The highlight of the year is the team chess tournament which determines the Gar- den City High School chess champion. Membership is open to any student who has an interest in chess and desires to play the game with others. First row: J. Casale, S. Metcalf, J. Bouton, J. Schweitzer. Second row: K. Jones, P. Birming- ham, P. Gilligan, P, Confort. Third row: C. Mockridge, S. Christy, K. Clifford, A. Zornberg. -1- . ......-1. 5.3225 First row lleftj: D. McManus, D. Schaus. Second row: T. Freeman, W. Troha. Third row: E Soffey, P. Suda, J. Kelly, D. Geary. Fourth row: T. Maher, M. McGuire, E. Bank, H. Sexton Fifth row.' K. Kutner, M. Metcalf, R. Tattersall, S. Main. Sixth row Krightj: V. Gentile, J. Armour. COLOR GUARD The girls out on the football field dur- ing half-time shows bearing the flags of our country and of our school are mem- bers of the Color Guard. Co-Captains Sue Christy and Kim Clifford coordinate their activities with those of the March- ing Band. These girls are also ushers for band concerts throughout the year. I4 ,nd I, CONCERT CHOIR The amazing Concert Choir has again shovvn the school that a group of two hundred students can function smoothly, as a single unit. At each per- formance, be it under the direction of Miss Lockridge or Dr. Diehl, all audiences are reminded that music has many faces and things to say. As the most select chorus in school, members of "Choir" are all endowed with musical talent. No matter if the performance is at the Rotary Club Christmas meeting, Ray Heatherton's Breakfast Club or a school concert, Concert Choir is sure to give an excellent performance. President Vinnie Acunto, Vice President Kerry O'Donohue, Secretary Audrey VomLehn, Treasurer Vicki Alexander and His- torian Patsy Donovan, together with the section leaders, have aided the directors in the mechanics involved in running an organization of this size. ' ., i --"- ' :SWA is ffl 8 mi y g . .-fx '.x'X"-'Q' """'FT'flQx'sXR' -Xfxxg. ins' IE I I l I5'l l I - T :Q-e"The Maroon and Gray in Black and White" GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL, GARDEN CITY, N.Y. First row.' P. Gilligan, P. Confort, S. Curtis, lVl.J- BSGQHV1, J. Casale, J. Schweitzer, D. Abbott B. Walsh, K. Santry, D. Simon. Second row: R. Zinke, R. McGuire, J. Sanzo, M. Kilbourn, Mr. McGowan, J. O'Hare, G. Lewis, L. Graefing, C. Jenks, M. Blanchard. Third row: G. Palkot, D. Senft, D. Stuart, R. Doucette, B. Mortensen, J. Jarvis, J. Puk, Nl. Meyers, D. Vanderbilt Fourth row: S. Langfelder, R. O'Hare, L. Latham, P. Cuddy, E. Awe, H. Cole, M. Duffy. ECHO Those moans, groans, and clicking typewriters heard coming from the Activ- ity office could only mean that another ECHO deadline is near! As Garden City High School's newspaper, the purpose of the ECHO is to reach and interest all members of the student body through a variety of articles. This year began with an annotated map of the school in the September issue, and such articles as a student poll on presidential policies and an interview with a former editor- in-chief, now a movie star, were included in subsequent issues. The most im- portant project of the year was the publication of the graduation issue, which traditionally appears on the last day of school. Senior editors Linda Graefing, Joanne O'l-lare, Rod McGuire, Cindy Jenks and Mary Kilbourn found that ECHO is more than just writing. Paste-ups, trips to Dunkin' Donut, and midnight rides to Bethpage are some ofthe many stren- uous activities involved in the production of this important means of com- munication. Page l29 ELECTIDN CGMMITTEE The Election Committee, spon- sored by lVlrs. Starkey, supervises the Student Council election in lVlay. This committee consists of approximately sixty members rep- resenting a cross-section ot the sophomore, junior and senior classes. These hardworking mem- bers plan the election, review and edit speeches and manage the vot- ing booths during the actual elec- tion. This year, the officers hope to utilize past suggestions for im- proving the ef-fectweness of thls son, L. Younie, A. VomLehn, D. Abbott, K. Foley, Nl. L. Fuerst. Second row: D. Alexander, Committee- Nl. Hanlon, G.'lVlunro, S. Wallach, C. Heingartner, G. Russo, K. Duckworth, L. Cannizzaro, A. Ferencik, B. Walsh. Third row: J. Schweitzer, B. Casey, J. Kelly, R. Doucette, lVl. Hutchison, G. Kenny, J. Burke, J. Christfield, lVl. Digan, lVl. lVlolter. Fourth row: D. Fuller, J. lVlcEntee, V. Alexander, L. Anderson, D. Schueler, IVI. Primrose, K. Olvany, Nl. Earley. FESTIVALAIRES First row: A. Treiber, S. lVlcLoughlin, T. Arcati, E. Steinert, L. Garcia, P. Olvany, lVl. Herman- Festivalaires, under their talented student conductor, Kerry "O'D"ono- hue, gave outstanding performances throughout the year. Attempts have been made at musical innovation and experimentation. Members can ex- pound their frustrations in the realm of music. Their well-trained voices can be heard at the annual Christmas and Spring concerts. Talent + Enthusiasm I Festival- aires! l First row: Fi. lVlacQueen, J. Wallick, lVl. Fedyn, S. Weiss, C. Baker. Second row: E. Kraus, C. Behrer, H. Breen, B. Stark, B. Braun. Third row: K. O'Donohue, G. lVlurray, B. Wilson, J. Jarvis, T. Freeman, J. Fredricksen. FIESTA Once again, the annual Spanish lit- erary magazine, Fiesta, was published under the direction of lVlr. Genna. Any S student taking Spanish on any level is eligible to contribute articles, compo- ment, as well as experience in reading E and understanding the Spanish lan- me guage, is a primary aim of those in- volved in Fiesta's publication. GI Left to right: L. Capello, L. Cannizzaro, lVl. Gagliardo, V. Gentile, lVl. Truhlar, R, Doucette D. Zaino, S. Macintosh, L. Camesas, Mr. Genna. Page l3O J 1 sitions, jokes and puzzles. Entertain- E i FOLKAIRES Enthusiasm and a desire to sing and perform music which is folk-oriented characterizes each and every member of Folkaires. This unique and talented singing group has become very popular: consequently, only members of Concert Choir will be eligible to audition next year. As a student organized and di- rected group, Folkaires is to be com- mended for its continuous success. FOLKSONG CLUB The walls of the Meeting Room echo the strains of familiar and some not-so- familiar folk songs when Folksong Club meets on alternate Friday afternoons. Accompanied by guitars, tambourines and an occasional harmonica, members are able to listen and perform. Informal- ity is the order of the day. The Folksong Assembly held on April 10 was the culmination of many hours of practice and rehearsal. Under the di- rection of Derek Reicherter and Miss Kendall, Folksong Club has enjoyed a highly successful year. First row: B. Kennedy, J. Christensen, M. Lane, M. Reynolds, D. Robinson. Second row: M. Boyajian, E. Marsh, L. Frank, J. Fries, C. Kirchgessner, J. Bouton. Third row: T. Martini, l. FOREIGN POLICY FORUM In its twenty-second year of exis- tence, the Foreign Policy Forum con- tinues to provide an outlet for students to view their ideas and opinions on for- eign policy. Members may vote after the first meeting but must attend more than half of the meetings thereafter to maintain this status. The Forum affili- ates with organizations from other schools in a model U.N. In both 1966 and 1968, they were honored as "Best Delegation." Their sponsor is Mr. Mel- TON. Schwaible, J. Sinclair, G. Scharff, C. Schuster, S. Toomey. First row: K. Polowchena, K. Kologe, M. Eisen, N. Alexander, D. Reicherter, D. Olthuis, L. Dieckman, K. Meyer. Second row: R. Schnap- pauf, M. Hermanson, P. Gray, C. Rippe, J. Sherry, J. Sewell, A. Porter, A. Treiber, A. Vom- Lehn. Third now: B. James, M. Toomey, M. Dunford, B. Walsh, S. Toomey, J. Carmosino, D. Schueler, J. Herbst, P. Lewis, M. L. Findley. Fourth row: L. Younie, C. Pullman, J. Kramer, Miss Kendall, S. Borge, P. Olvany, J. Enderle, M. Riley, L. Herbst. M ti.- If al ,r - 4. on 8 .tm ,lv .iw Q L O X! l V, :fd yn.. 5 . f-.-.f at A Q Fifi f First row: K. Kutner, T. Foss, G. Quint, T. Freeman, G. Kenny, R. Cornwell. Second row: D. Wallace, J. Whitney, M. Burch, D. Wood, J. Kelly. Third row: M. McCann, C. Whitman, L. Camesas, R. Colahan, T. Polignani, Mr. Melton, J. Billmeier, W. Ticho, E. Kane, G. Hoffman, B. Emslie. Poge 737 First row: M. Toomey, L. Heston, L. Springstun, A. Liebermann, B. Farley, E. Awe, S. Meaney, J. Schweitzer, B. Stark. Second row: S. Curtis, P. Browne, H. Cole, C. Hall, M. Barber, B. Norell, Nl. Hermanson, L. Younie, D. Fuller, J. Neiswinter Third row: S. McLoughlin, A. Porter, L. Jones, S. Reilly, H. Litton, B. Smith, E. Hamill, B. Smithson, B. Steffens M. Bau- mann. Fourth row: M. Massaglia, V. Guinan, S. Maclntosh, S. Stuart, P. Maksim, J. Casale, P. Confort, P. Gilligan, C. Reinig. Fifth row: S. McLoughlin, P. Olvany, M. Beagan, P. Ludwig, P. Miller, D. Frost, D. Gorin, J. Bouton, F. Olsen. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA The FNA gives those students inter- ested in a nursing career the oppor- tunity to meet with others considering nursing as a profession. All are wel- come to join the Monday meetings in Room 123. The club has an active membership of approximately thirty students of all grades, under the spon- sorship of Mrs. Bernstein, the school nurse. Guests from various nursing schools are invited to come and speak regarding this worthwhile profession. Several hospital field trips and a Christ- mas charity collection highlighted this year. FRENCH CLUB "Le Cercle Francais", one of our most popular organizations, is designed to promote French culture-the lan- guage as well as the customs. Under the direction of Miss McAteer and the leadership of President Terry McGlone, members are introduced to France through slides, guest speakers and . field trips. ln order to interest more students in the French Club, plans are being made to arrange more activities in coopera- tion with the other language clubs. The annual French dinner is the grand finale of the year. Suitable for even the most discriminating French connoisseur, the banquet is made possible only through the efforts of each member. First row: D. Stigliano, L. George, E. Steinert, P. Curcio, K. Gallagher, P. Cicino. Second row: M. Donovan, G. Munro, L. Godfrey, D. Frost, J. Bouton, J. Herbst J. Kammerer, J. Hayes. Third row: D. Eulner, C. Crumley, L. Bryan, C. Dalton, B. Johnson, B. McCabe, K. Oravec, M. Brooks, S. Kenny, L. Rieger, S. Irwin, D. Reynolds. OF AMERICA FUTURE TEACHERS Future Teachers of America is just that-an organization for anyone con- First row: N. Gagliardo, M. Borzilleri, G. Egan, K. McParland, J. McEntee, J. Johnson, C Walsh, D. Gorin, K. Simon, E. Oliver, H. Cole, T. Arcati, L. Garcia. Second row: L. Capello S. Metcalf, M. Gibbons, D. Clapp, B. Egan, B. Stacom, Mrs. Schnaubelt, G. Sammon, F. Olsen E Ring, D. Mahon, N. Ryan, D. Rix, M. Saeli, M. Molloy. Third row: B. Smithson, E. Hamill B1 E. Flanagan, M. Waters, D. Milot, R. E. Grimes, M. Gagliardo, N. Quinn, D. Petrich, M Toomey, D. Petrich, W. Gensel, B. Ring. Poge l32 Farley, K. Santry, V. Lynch, N. Bellinger, M. Hermanson, L. Younie, C. Swartz, L. Herbst, P Suda, G. Venables, B. Ahern, J. Schuster, S. Grandt. Fourth row: D. Haggerty, M. Garry, sidering the field of education as a career. Members become familiar with all aspects of teaching and includes necessary training responsibility. Op- portunities to be teacher aides for vari- ous faculty members in the high school are available, as well as a student-aide program carried on in the elementary schools. Meetings offer films, guest speakers and discussions on up-to-the-minute teaching methods. Under the dynamic sponsorship of Mrs. Schnaubelt, in- creased enthusiasm for the teaching profession has certainly been generated to each and every member. G.C. GENTS Unusual? Positively. Talented? Defi- nitely. All-Male? Most Certainly! This is the only way to describe our own G.C. Gents. Under the fine direction of Dr. Diehl, this group meets twice a week to demonstrate their musical abil- ities. Their unique performances have come to be greatly anticipated at each choral concert. I First row: M. Lane, A. Cavalcante, L. Jankowski, B. Voelker, B. Scully, D. Ryan, B. Prinzi. Second row: B. Parks, S. Mangia, T. Mulroney, F. lngegno, J. Peel, P. Scully, W. Taiani. Third row: T. Harlow, R. Blake, R. McDonough, G. Brew, J. Cahill, Dr. Diehl. First row: Mrs. Dubsky, K. Lewis, L. Kageff,N. Ross, L. Graefing, L. Salvie, S. Klepper. Second row: M. Metcalf, J. Jarvis, R. Colahan, P. Salvie, P. Lewis, C. Hillejan, B. Buschmann, S. Obrenski, R. Ringelstein, G. Quint, T. Foss, D. McLellan, B. Hazel. GERMAN CLUB Der Deutsche Verein, or German Club, under the direction of Mrs. Dub- sky, is one of the wildest after-school activities. The club has approximately sixty members who speak German and three hundred and eighty who don't! Meetings are held once a month in the meeting room, except for the Christmas meeting held in Room 100 and the Spring Festival or Frulingsfeier held in the auditorium. The Frulingsfeier is the highlight of the calendar. Usually, some scenes of a well-known German play are produced, as well as German folk dancing, music soloists, and group singing. So, if sometime when you are walk- ing down the hall and you hear a voice behind you say, "Hey, you, shhh, du bist ein Freiwilliger!", resign yourself to the fact that you have just volun- teered for the German Club! GEDANKEN DER JUGEND Gedanken der Jugend or Thoughts of Youth, is the German literary magazine written, illustrated, and edited by those students studying German. This publi- cation reflects not only the ideals and ideas of today's youth, but demon- strates the students' proficiency in the German language. With the direction of Frau Dubsky, contributors increase their knowledge of German as well as European art and literature. Under the outstanding leadership of Editor Bill Buschmann, Gedanken der Jugend received a first place rating from the Columbia Press Association. :MWF 0 ni First row: B. Corvetti, E. Leininger, L. Kageff, S. Morton. Second row: S. Tolner, A. Treiber, A. VomLehn, P. Lewis, N. Ross, S. Klepper, L. Graefing, K. Lewis, L. Salvie, B. Buschmann. Third row: M. Metcalf, J. Jarvis, P. Troutman, R. Colahan, T. Brosnan, C. Hilleian, S. Obren- ski, Mrs. Dubsky, D. McLellan, R. Ringelstein, T. Foss, G. Quint, B. Thater, P. Salvie, B. Hazel. Page 733 l First row: J. Heiselman, A. Humenesky, C. Culley, IVI. lVlcGoldrick, S. Heyn, G. Silvestri, J. Andre. Second row: J. Arena, lVl. Fleming, A. Vevier, D. lVlcDougal, A. Fallon, A. Porter, K. Goldfuss, N. Bellinger, Dr. Diehl. Third row: A. Weitzner, Nl. Digan, S. Keener, S. Grandt, T. Cullen, D. Eulner, G. Fleming, lVl. Brooks. GIRLS' CHORUS An interest in singing and performing with other girls is the only requirement for membership in Girls' Chorus. Under the direction of Dr. Diehl, the girls can be found working diligently in Room 100 daily. The group, composed of sophomores, juniors and seniors, functions to im- prove their musical ability and develop musical understandings. The girls are able to display the products of their continuous efforts at the choral concerts. gfffir Seated: S. Curtis, J. Weitzner, L. Latham, P. Gilligan. Standing: lVlrs. Watts. Poge 734 H A N D B o o K c o lvl lvl ITT E E As a sophomore, one is usually quite confused by school procedure and not at all acquainted with the many extracurricular activities. Thanks to the Hand- book Committee and its sponsor, lVlrs. Vllatts, the Trojan Guide is revised and the school calendar is printed and distributed-which are both helpful aides in guiding not only the new students, but also the old timers, through the school year. The Garden Chy Chapterofthe Na- tional Honor Society is comprised of students from the junior and senior classes who have shown, in the opinion of a student-faculty board, outstanding academic achievement, service, charac- ter and leadership. An induction cere- mony, held each February, is conducted by present members. After the induc- tion, a reception is held for the new in- ductees,theu parents and the facuhy. Although the highlight of each sea- sonistheinducHon,thel4onorSockny has nwuch to do vvhh other acadennc honors hitheligh schooL The Honor Rollboaniandtheleuerssentouteach quarter are sent by the llonor Society members, under the direction of Honor Roll Chairman Beryl Barmore and Hon- or Rating Chairman Terry McGlone. A tutoring service is provided for any student who may find this service desir- able. This program is run by Vice- President Katie Scott. LJnder the able leadership of Presr dent Peter Forshay, Secretary Cathy Stuart and Treasurer Shep Rainie,the Honor Society has completed a very successful year. Joint nneethwgs vvhh the Honor Socmdes of Nhneom and Herricks have provided the Garden City Chapter with new ideas for future im- provenwents. NATIONAL HONOR sociETY s i E5 HONOR society X " x 'f 5 l H 'v I - First row: M. Blanchard, M. Kilbourn, S. Rainie, K. Scott, P. Forshay, C. Stuart, B. Barmore M. Pansini. Second row: A. Emmenegger, J. Pohl, D. Senft, J. Braaten, B. Cuddy, V. Guinan C. Jenks. Third row: W. Fleri, M. Duffy, D. McLellan, R. Flanagan, T. Shemella. First row: ID. Giannasio, D. Clapp, S. Macintosh, M. Massag- lia, S. Wagenseil, J. Weed, S. Reilly, C. MacLeod, M. Eisen, K. Polowchena, M. Walsh. Second row: J. Hebrank, J. Men- des, C.- O'Donnell, N. Ross, M. Gelman, H. Cole, C. Mera, C. Reinig, S. Curtis, J. Powel, P. Curcio, R. Schnappauf, S. Grandt. Third row: D. Englis, J. Barr, L. Latham, M. L. Fuerst, V. Gentile, P. Smythe, J. Kelly, E. Habben, R. E. Grimes, A. Treiber, L. Garcia, T. Braseth. Fourth row: P. Salvie, J. Bill- meier, R. Ringelstein, B. Thater, L. Camesas, B. Buschmann R. Lim. . . V' F S 109.58 Tax excluded The lnkspots Staff Left to right: M. A. Neilson, L. Short, S. LosKamp, C. Matthews, B. Stark, R. McGuire, D. DeCicco, F. Sussman, M. Blanchard, A. McGrath, L. Camesas, N. Heald, M. Barber, N. Ritter, M. Dunford, M. Duffy, D. Winningham, D. Stillman, S. LeBars, C. Connelly, R. Brevoort, M. Olsen, J. Jarvis, W. Breen, B. Hamilton, J. Mattern. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD gi rl First row.' M. Gibbons, M. E. LoSardo, T. Braseth, C. Heingartner, J. DeTurk. Second row.' R. E. Grimes, R. Emslie, E. Macfarlane, R. Cook, W. Hoeffler, D. Lundbourg, Mr. Borut. Third row: J. Neiswinter, M. Dunford, J. Kelly, J. Bergin, J. Redmond, D. Stuart, K. Springer. LIBRARY COMMITTEE ATOM-13"--n, L... .N , , ,,v,....fM, ' , '. " aff , f , I ' 4' up-a,.v..4 v . 5 M., ff 5 "T 'Jfff 'r-N -fi'-':tf7'fK:i2?7:-it .fl 1-"WT '1 'H f Um., . f , ,F 'X xg i g J,.,:,-1:24. zz-'iff .gf K I ' ,.,. fi" - A I I I ' Left to right: M. Cohn, P. McDonough, D. Milot, Mrs. Thomas, B. Egan, J. Schuster. Page 736 Interested students, under the spon- sorship ot Mrs. Thomas, comprise the Library Committee. lt is one of the many standing committees of the Student Council. The group acts as a liaison be- tween the student body and the library, investigating questions and conducting surveys concerning the library. Their activities are undertaken in coopera- tion vvith the Council. LIBRARY STAFF Without the valuable aid of Mrs. Mar- cial's Library Staff, the student body would find it difficult to use the facil- ities of our schqol library. The com- mittee, With a membership of forty stu- dents representing all three grades, aids the librarians behind the main desk by distributing magazines and sorting books. In this way, members are also able to learn the finer points of library technique. "'M1'XA..a .au 1-.4 , , W" 'rv 'f 414 W vi A549 N4 Seated: A. Pamas, S. Hagan, B. Egan, J. Schuster, D. Ladigoski, D. Pace, R. McTernan, E. Perkins, W. Trepashko. Standing: A. Zornberg, E, Awe, J. Carmosino, S. Wallach, E. Habben, Mrs. Marcial, M. Cohn, L. Scourby, P. McDonough, B. Connor. LOST AND FOUND Every year lost items find themselves in the high school's Lost and Found. Members help to sort the articles and do all that is possible to see that they are returned. This includes announce- ments placed in the daily bulletin and displays of the items in the Activity Office. This.year's members did a fine job of helping students regain their lost possessions, under the efficient super- vision of Miss Snyder. Left to right: C. Wright, M. Molloy, L. Haedrich, L. Schmeelk, D. Mann, J. Cameron, E. Ring, M. Gibbons, J. Brashears, D. Pace, M. Rossetti. First row: N. Ross, B. Barmore, J. Powel, J. Barr. Second row: K. Scott, Mr. Decker, A. Treiber, J. Hebrank, C. Stuart, P. Zaslove. MAGAZINE DRIVE Under the fine direction of Mr. Gene Decker and Mr. C. A. McCleery of the Quality School Plan, the Magazine Drive succeeded once more in replenishing funds to class treasuries. While everyone was readjusting to the rigors of school life in early September, seniors Adele Treiber, Chairman, Cathy Stuart, Accountant, Katie Scott, Prize Chairman, Beryl Barmore, Publicity Chairman and Jane Hebrank, Homeroom Chairman, attempted the difficult job of en- couraging classes to sell quota. The first apprentices, chosen from the junior class, were initiated into the work of the drive by learning the secrets of the trade, being chief errand-runners and supplying constant nourishment to the ever-famished seniors. Commissions and profits from the drive contribute mostly to needy class treasuries, as well as the Student Council and the International Student Exchange. ln ac- cordance with Garden City tradition, sophomores once again led all sales, followed by the juniors and last, but not least, the seniors, managing to pull a close third. MAJORETTES First- row: L. Capello, D. Schipp. Second row: L. Holzmaier, D. Gorin, V. Davis, J. Schuster, N. Johnson, C. Kottenbach, L. Nloyer, J. Waag, D. Frost. A small band of faithful and enthusiastic major- ettes could be found in Room 104 third period each day feverishly practicing their skills of twirling. Under the head twirlers, Dorothea Schipp and Linda Capello, the majorettes always performed an excel- lent routine whether it be for a football half-time show, a concert or the Memorial Day parade. MAN LAI KING COMMITTEE Seated: K. Kologe, IVl. Eisen, lVl. Nlassaglia. Standing: R. O'Hare, J. lVlcEntee. Page I38 This small but important Student Council committee is responsible for allocating funds to our foster daughter, lVlan Lai King. Representing the entire student body, they send money to her to cover the costs of her education, clothing and food needs. Letters are re- ceived periodically telling of her prog- ress and accomplishments. INITIATED MASQUERS ,, First row.' L. Mayer, M. Blanchard, Miss Castellana, C. O'Don nell, P. Torney, L. Trotta, Mrs: Spiers, M. Duffy, P. Miller, J Duggan, K. Clifford, D. Zepczyk, J. Monaghan, D. Ryan, R Tedesco, G. Brown, L. Purinton, D. Rosenblum. Second row A. Jones, D. Clapp, B. Savarese, G. Munro, K. Simon, P. Doyle S. Klepper, K. Duckworth, C. Rippe, J. Schueler, J. Johnson D. Englis, D. Laverdiere, B. Smith, J. Nieswinter. Third rowj' P. Maksim, D. Rudansky, E. Steinert, M. Primrose, N. El-Kadi P. Fries, M. Kahan, B. Small, M. Weitzner, M. Maeurer, J. Arena, S. Keener, A. Hibner, J. Powel, L. Dieckman. Fourth row: B. Norell, C. Mera, M. Neilson, C. MacLeod, S. Reilly. C. Swartz, B. Stacom, J. Casale, S. Curtis, J. Schweitzer, P Gilligan, J. Busada, N. Alexander, C. Jenks. Fifth row: D Zaino, M. Gelman, G. Russo, R. Rohan, J. Caulfield, C. Con- nelly, R. Zinke, M. Lane, D. Fuller, G. Sammon, F. Olsen UNINITIATED MASQUERS , First row: L. Schwiber, B. Farley, B. Steffens, C. McParland, D. Petrich, D. Petrich, N. LoPresti, M. Churchill, G. Scharff, C. Schuster, K. Camesas, S. Max, M. Brooks, A. Fallon, G. Car- navos, E. Kraus, C. Paccione, M. E. Goble, M. O'Donnell Second row: Miss Castellana, P. Braun, E. Hamill, B. Smith- son, K. Santry, R. MacOueen, E. Awe, M. Fedyn, L. Byrne, A. McDonald, D. Capreol, D. Lynch, J. Brashears, M. Green M Duffy, w. Ferrell, s. iwai, lvl. Padden, L. Bryan, L. Colahah, Lf George, K. Crumley, M. Donovan, D. Alexander, K. Culkin, L Richburg. Third row: S. Toomey, D. Rossi, J. Schroeder M Turner, M. Johnston, S. Heyn, P. Hickey, C. Russo, L. Hael drich, M. Fleming, N. Ryan, M. Byron, N. Padden, N. Marino, D. Rix, D. O'Leary, B. Johnson, M. Saeli, B. Rivers, A. Brew- ster, D. Mahon, Mrs. Spiers. Fourth row: D. Prinzi, B. Walsh M. Youngkin, J. Wallick, P. lngrassia, C. Lauro, M. Digan, Mi Molter, K. Oravec, E. Macfarlane, M. Murphy, P. Farris, M Garry, J. HIDP. N. Martin, J. Paradiso, B. Thomas. D. Stone, K. Kopf, P. Confort, B. Ring, P. Harris, L. Springstun, P. Bir- mingham, J. Keener, D. lngegno. Fourth row: B. McCabe D Simon, A. Ferencik, S. Fitzgerald, S. Buckley, M. Knoxl, L: Herrlin, S. Wildermuth, S. Gausted, T. Judd, M. L. Findley, D. Fitzgerald, J. Dickenson, M. Maggia, J. Owesny. M. Olsen P. Higgins, S. Morton, J. Sim, L. Zepczyk, S. Tiger, E. Perkins. Sixth row.' D. Henning, C. Gallagher, B. Ahern, L. Hewitt, N. Hundmann, C. DeLucia, J. Harper, P. Olvany, M. Bernsley, L Heston, M. Hutchison, D. Schueler, R. Doremus, R. Petrie, D Vanderbilt, J. Jarvis, G. Walsh, R. Bentley, J. Fasciani, E Lyons, T. Kinden, A. Silva, V. Davis, N. Gagliardo, J. Pooley, P Buck, J. Nedelka, V. Ferry, T. Jones. 1 Page 139 , 'DG Before the curtain completely closes and the house is emptied, here is the Masquers cast of the '69-'70 season: President: Mal Duffy Vice-President: Lynda Trotta Secretary: Perida Miller Treasurer: Jim Duggan Member-at-Large: Greg Brown Sergeant-at-A rms: Rich Tedesco Stagecraft: Mary Blanchard and Dave Koenig Costumes: Donna Zepczyk Props: Jane Monaghan Lighting: Pat Torney Make-up: Dan Ryan Publicity: Cathy O'Donnell House: Kim Clifford Sponsors: Mrs. Spiers, Mrs. Asher and Miss Castellana MASQUERS The curtain is closing on another season of Mas- quers presentations. The club enjoyed a very active year which centered around the production of three shows: Don't Drink the Water in the fall, Ice Wolf in the winter, and Anything Goes in the spring. ice Wolf was significant in that it was put together by the apprentice members of the club for presentation at the elementary schools. The spirit that is Masquers can look back on a year filled with amusing, tragic, and satisfying events. Who will forget the time bomb caught in the window, or the accidental breaking of the couch loaned by Flint and Horner during Don't Drink the Water. lCer- tainly not Mr. Flint and Horner.l However, it is not only the events on stage that are unforgettable. There is always the joy of a well-made flat, the discovery of that "perfect" prop, the frustrations of that one light that won't focus, Saturdays in the Green Boom ldid you feel the presence of the legendary ghost?l, and the satisfaction of a house filled with a receptive audience. Masquers is many things to many people: it is truly a club that gives to its member what land more thanl they put into it. There is a place for everyone in Masquers whether it is as a star performer or a com- mittee member. This year has been a rewarding one for all who have participated. Members can be proud of the club's accomplishments and contributions to the school and to the community. . if v ,mi 'V W W Page 742 MATHLETES This team of interested math students represent Garden City in inter-scholas- tic competition. Meets are held once a month. Participants are given difficult problems in geometry, algebra and number theory and must work inde- pendently in a given amount of time. Under the direction of lVlr. Biviano, Gar- den City has placed higher in the league standings than in any previous year. Out ot the sixty-two schools that com- prise the Nassau County lVlath League, Garden City placed ninth. Left to right: lVlr. Clark, R. Doucette, D. Vanderbilt, J. Klop, D. Senft, N. Ross, P. Vanderbilt, R. lVlcGuire, S. Langfelder, W. Fleri. First row: R. Doucette, H. Cole, B. Ringelstein. Second row: R. Lim, P. Vanderbilt, R. lVlcGuire D. Senft, D. Vanderbilt, W. Fleri. MATH SEMINAR The lVlath Seminar is a group of about ten students who meet once a week to discuss and explore topics in mathe- matics not normally considered in the classroom. Items of both practical and recreational application are presented by the students themselves, who must be prepared to face criticism by other members. There are no qualifications for membership other than interest and achievement in the field of mathe- matics. Poge 743 5,5 First row: H. Cole, D. Cordes. Second row: T. Maher, R. Koch, J. Mavricos,J. Kasold M Helmus R. Doremus, A. Krecko, M. Metcalf. MATH TUTORS ln case Math isn't your strongest subject, Math Aides are willing to give their time to help you. Math Aides, numbering about fifty students who have an interest in mathematics and also an ability to teach others, often deepen their own knowledge while tutoring others. Instruction takes place on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in Room 173. Like few people today, these students charge nothing for their services. Their reward is the personal satisfac- tion found in helping other people. MIXED CHORUS Enthusiasm is one of the outstanding character- istics of the members of Mixed Chorus. Their main goal is to learn the most important fundamentals of music and choral presentation. Development of sight-reading proficiency is focused upon. Sixth period finds them in Room 100 working under the direction of Miss Lockrldge. Any student interested in learning musical techniques is welcome to join. First row: J. Chase, B. Feuerherd, P. Brennan, L. Hutchison L. Earing, S. Wright, P. Cuddy, L. Stair, S. Meaney, B. Desch C. Baker, B. Horstmann, K. McGrath, R. Brew, K. Smith, J McDonald, M. Fairgrieve, K. Kingston. Second row: B. Ahern J. Conover, S. lwai, E. Flanagan, S. Foehr, C. Genna, D. Pug liese, M. LoPinto, C. Sultan, E. Kelly, S. Kenny, L. Duba, M Saeli, D. Rix, M. Padden, L. Haedrich. Third row: A. Zornberg, M. Croasdale, C. Cariati, K. Dexter, E. Lyons, J. Forker, L Lynch, N. Hayes, L. Rieger, L. Hewitt, J. Wright, A. Guild, L Collier, M. Campbell, R. McTernan, M. E. LaFlare, N. Ryan Dr. Diehl. Fourth row: J. Graham, B. Thater, M. Gallagher, H Vila, D. Giacini, W. Jaworski, T. Marohn, W. Prevelegianos F. Rooney, S. Main, C. Cunningham, B. Amato, D. Kroessler C. Call, P. Buck, G. Driscoll, D. Erdman. GUIDANCE AND NURSES AIDES The members ofthe office aide-staffs contribute immeasurably to the preci- sion maintenance of the school. Par- ticipating students volunteer to give up their free periods to assist in the Guid- ance Office, Nurses Office and Activity Office. Errands are run for the secre- taries, school records are filed and other general clerical duties are carried out by these dependable girls. ACTIVITY OFFICE AIDS 4 First r0w.' A. Jones, E. Ring, D. Mann, J. Brashears, D. Stigliano, lVl. lVlolloy. Second row W. Gensel, IVI. L. Findley, J. Arena, N. Ryan, B. Rivers, E. Steinert, B. Beekman. Third row K. Gordon, C. Russo, lVl. Primrose, lVl. Carmody, J. Cameron, S. Davidson, L. Haedrich, C Sweeney, IVI. A. Vecchio, C. Paccione, C. Wright, L. Schmeelk. First row: E. Dougherty, IVI. Barber, L. Bryon, J. Herbst, S. Klepper, L. Duba, S. lVlax, E. Hamill, Second row.' L. Scherman, D. Alexander, N. Doscher, J. lVlcEntee, K. Jones, S. Grandt, P. Curcio, IVI. Puvogel, K. IVlcParland. CELESTONES IQ r 1 2 OFFSET CLUB Printing is their game: Offset is their name. Though short onrecognition, the Offset Club is big in production. The responsibility of printing programs and general literature related to activities rests in their hands. The staff, under the direction of Mr. Chiavoli, works constantly to stay ahead of their pub- lication deadlines. Whether printing programs for musical performances, lvlasquers' productions or the Honor Society lnduction, these boys have done a remarkable job in service to the student body. Left to right: R. Tedesco, J. Wallick, S. lVlcl.oughlin, G. Browne, R. lVlcGuire. ORIENTATION COM Any new student entering Garden City High for the first time is bound to feel a little strange. Thanks to the mem- bers of Orientation Committee, how- ever, new students are introduced to the daily routine of a school day and fa- miliarized with the many and varied ex- tracurricular activities. New friends can be made through student guides. Under the leadership of Cindy Baker and lVlr. Benosky, representatives from all grades are always willing to extend a friendly welcome to any newcomer. Page 746 Left to right: J. Cadigan, J. Foran, R. Ashcroft. ORGAN CLUB Under the sponsorship of Miss Lock- ridge and President Rod lVlcGuire, Or- gan Club has provided us with music at assemblies and concerts. ln addition, members are taught the techniques of the organ-both operation and mainte- nance. At the conclusion of the year, those who have shown outstanding pro- ficiency are chosen to play at gradua- tion. M I T T E E Left to right: F. Olsen, G. Sammon, J. Schweitzer, C. Baker, lVlr Benosky K' PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Those interested in learning how to take better pictures and how to develop and print their own negatives find their opportunity awaiting them in the Photo Club. The development of photography as an art form is of primary interest to the group. From the cavernous depths of the Photo Room come creative and imaginative photos, many of which are displayed on bulletin boards as well as within the pages of lnkspots. Left to right: lVlr. Badger, T. Polignani, A. Stiles, W. Mather, R. Tedesco. First row: E. Schmidt, P. Davidson, J. DeCarlo, J. Brashears, K. Fitzgerald, W, Fitzpatrick. Second row: A. Zornberg, lVl. lVleisinger, D. Ripkin, D. Theoharides, R. O'Neill. PHYSICS AND RADIO CLUB Contrary to the name of the club, the purpose ofthe Physics and Radio Club is not purely physics, electronics or radio operation. Rather, the weekly meetings are held to allow students to use the physics lab for project work of their own choosing. Yearly projects range from growing crystals to building an actual radio. The projects rarely, if ever, have anything to do with labs done during class time. Work is done under the direction of lVlr. Badger. Poge l47 Page 748 l l Left to right: lVl. Duffy, lVl. Kilbourn, B. Hamilton, P. Salvie, lVl. Blanchard, L. Graefing, QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY First row: A. Bassani, D. Kiernan, J. Arena, A. Zornberg, J. Walsh, R. Lallas, C. Culley. Second row: Nl- SBSH, J. Brashears, B. Johnson, D. Kosowski, Nl. Boyajian, Nl. Nlurphy, C. Dalton, D. Rix, C. MacLeod, lVl. A. Neilson. Third row: G. Fleming, D. Simon, N. Gagliardo, R. Doucette, D. Findley, Nl. Donovan, J. Weed, P. Lewis, N. Hundemann, L. Rieger, C. Daly. RED CROSS Outstanding staff members of Echo, lnkspots, Mast and the various language publications are recognized for their literary contributions through induction into the Quill and Scroll Society. Since this is the international Honor Society for high school journalists, membership is a distinct honor open to those meet- ing the basic requirements established by the Society. Under the leadership of President Bill Hamilton, Vice President Joanne O'Hare, Secretary-Treasurer lVlal Duffy and sponsor, lVlrs. Reppert. meetings have been held to plan the annual induction ceremony. The Red Cross is certainly one of the most involved and dedicated charity organizations functioning in our world today. Each year, under the direction of lVlrs. Bauer, Garden City High School conducts a drive to support this worthy cause. Chairmen from each homeroom supervise the collection of students' nickels, dimes and quarters. In order to organize the drive and make necessary arrangements, Red Cross meets in Room 'l7O after school. As a result of our drive, and many like it throughout the country, the National Red Cross is able to continue its ever-necessary work around the vvorld. SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD .I , N . ,QE I . -' . A YL, , T'-E15 W I V First row.' J. Mulroney, T. McGlone, L. Harder, V. Alexander, M. Boyajian. Second row: D. Giannasio, P. Eggers, B. Barmore, Mr. Bennetter, J, Hebrank, L. Anderson, B. Fex. SOCIAL COMMITTEE The success of the Winter Wonderland Ball is due to the endless work by members ofthe Social Com- mittee. Under the direction of Sandy Wright, Jan Jaeger, Debbie Abbott and Mary Ann Neilson, many committees were formed to begin the Winter Won- derland creative experience. In a matter of hours, the cafeteria was transformed into a winter carnival, complete with wreaths and decorated Christmas trees. Mr. McCabe had the unique experience of not only sponsoring the group, but supervising the nomina- tion and election of Snovv Queen. December is the busiest time for the committee, but due to the hard work and dedication of all, the Ball was enjoyed by everyone present. First row: L. Colahan, K. Oravec, S. Wright, D. Giannasio, P. Munkenbeck, P. Donovan, M. A. Neilson, D. Abbott, J. Jaeger, L. Harder, A. Derounian. Second row.' M. Digan, E. Macfar lane, A. McDonald, N. Doscher, M. Schlegel, M. Padden, D Rix, N. Marino, D. McDougal, K. Goldfuss. Third row: J Forker, E. Lyons, M. LoSardo, N. Ryan, D. Haggerty, J. Hipp P. Miller, K. Kopf, J. Herbst, M. Saeli. Fourth row.' S. Foster, P. Bennis, J. Jackson, J. DeTurk, D, Fuller, J. Schueler K Culkin, G. Russo, L. Frank, M. Molter, K. Olvany, M. Earlley. Fifth row: K. Johnson, C. Sackman, L. Collier, J. Madigan, L. Earing, S. McLoughlin, P. Dillingham, L. Anderson, D. Schue- ler, P. Olvany, A. VomLehn, V. Alexander. I -, . Po ge I49 i W 143' 3 K 11,45 SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD First row: L. Chamberlin, NI. Helmus, L. George. Second row: N. Padden, lVlr. Silvestri, S. Crape, T. Smith. SPANISH CLUB l What club stimulates interest in the Hispanya cul- ture through group activities? The Spanish club, of course! Under the direction of lVlr. Sonander, meet- ings are held once a month. Although most of its forty members attend regular Spanish classes, inter- est in the Spanish culture is the only requirement tor membership. Projects for the year included a theatre trip and the presentation of a Spanish play. In keeping with tra- dition, the Spanish dinner highlighted the year. '-an-min 4 First row: L. Collier, S. Stuart, J. Pohl, K. O'Donohue, V. row: D. Schueler, D. Giannasio, J. Schueler, S. Buckley, lVl. Guinan, C. lvlaclntosh, lVl. Gibbons, E. Bing, D. Mahon, S. Knox, D. Henning, A. Ferencik, E. Oliver, IVI. Borzilleri. Fourth Keener. Second row: E. Steinert, T. Arcati, C. Russo, C. Walsh, row: L. Camesas, Fl. Doucette, D. Stuart, lVlr. Sonander. L. Duba, B. James, K. Polowchena, J. Keener, L. Garcia. Third First row S Stuart, T. Keane, G. Palkot, S. Rainie, D. Rhodes, T. Appell. Second row: V. Freeman D Timmons, B. Kirby, B. Bates, A. Krecko, J. Braaten, D. Koelsch. Third row: lVl lVlorrow, P. Riggs, L. Latham, R. Hughes, B. Simpson, J. Byrne. STAGE BAND Do the sounds of the "Big Band" era or rock music appeal to you? Then lend an ear to any Stage Band performance. You will be in for a unique experience. This small group of dedicated musicians, under the direction of lVlr. Chadderdon, meets each week to play music that would not be suitable for a large concert band. Their selections range from Dixieland jazz to rock to modern jazz. In the spring concert, the entire student body is able to enjoy and appreciate these talented instru- mentalists, the hard work they have put in and the satisfaction gained as members of Stage Band. First row D Wallace W Fitzpatrick J Billmeier, R. Hazel, E. Porth, L. Camesas, J. Weed. Second row J Hoffman, lVlr. Formisano, C. Whitman. STEERING COMMITTEE Steering Committee functions as a Student Council standing committee re sponsible for recommending new legis lation and evaluating the effectiveness of the various activity charters. Led by Larry Camesas and sponsored by lVlr Formisano, many prospective clubs and activities have submitted their charters for consideration this year. Pei First row: K. Duckworth, J. Barr, M. Kilbourn, C. Stuart, C. A. Treiber, K. Scott, M. Blanchard, D. McLellan, P. Seale, Mera, E. Douglas, P. Olvany, S. Rainie, J. DeTurk, S. Foster B. Harris, P. Forshay, D. Senft, J. Braaten, B. Cuddy, B. Simp- C. Jenks, V. Guinan, S. Curtis, L. Purinton. Second row: Bi son, R. Zinke, L. Jones, T. Braseth, J. Powel. Fourth row: J. l-lorstmeyer, P. Browne, K. Clifford, N. Ross, C. Reinig, G. l-loffman, J. Sanzo, J. Muller, K. O'Brien, M. Truhlar, R. Nesi, Nugent, B. Nugent, C. Meyer, L. Garcia, J. Jaeger, P. Dilling- ham, D. Abbott, K. Foley, J. Busada, N. Alexander. Third row: my tx 'X R 3 X , 4' , M' .,i,,,,l. 5 i,,, P it 'ii' M f J .," STUDENT-FACULTY RELATIONS OARD The Student-Faculty Relations Board serves as a liaison between two tradi- tionally antagonistic groups-namely, the students and the faculty twhich incidentally, is why they are called the Student-Faculty Relations Boardl. Members are given the opportunity to meet on common ground to discuss problems submitted by the Student Council or faculty. Student representa- tives are appointed by a Student Coun- cil vote. Page l52 K. Flanagan, T. Polignani, R. Cook, M. Bernsley, M. Duffy, T. Vaughn, E. Habben. STUDENT CITIZENSHIP BOARD Walk into the main office any time ofthe day and you will see some of the sixty-five members of the Student Citizenship Board busily checking attend- ance. Under the leadership of Mr. Lawder, President Shep Rainie, Vice-President Phil Hieter and Secretaries Pat Olvany and Barbara Horstmann, the SCB squad has courageously endeavored to enforce administrative regulations, render assistance at school functions and uphold the standards of behavior of the entire student body. Despite protests to abolish the SCB squad, other schools are attempting to establish similar organizations modelled after our own Student Citizenship Board. Garden City should be proud to have such an outstanding organization performing such a vital task. Front: Mr. Tarrou, M. Boyajian, D. Sims, Miss Gonya, C. Meyer, Mr. Orban. Back: J. Sanzo. First row.' J. Campbell, G. Bosilkov, B. Gilbert. Second row: D. Robinson, B. Kennedy. STUDENT STORE One ot the hot spots during any lunch period is the Student Store. Here, the student body is given the opportunity to purchase school supplies at minimal cost. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Schumacher and led by Jim Campbell, the staff provides a valuable service to the entire student body. First row: J. Pohl, J. Levinson, K. Jones, J. Stenard, S. Wal- lach, M. Olthuis, P. Munkenbeck. Second row: l. Young, E. Lehman, L. Herbst, V. Muller, D. Stuart, V. Tang, J. Enderle, K. Camesas, T. Appell, G. Palkot, D. Rhodes, S. Rainie. Third row: D. McLellan, J. Desch, R. Koch. W. Fleri, H. Cole, R. Hazel, K. Buck, C. Busada, M. Eberle, R. Colahan, T. Keane, A. Krecko, J. Braaten, L. Abbott, P. Suda. Fourth row: V. Free- man, A. LaGattuta, B. Bates, S. Jounakos, D. Timmons, R. Riggs, J. Byrne, L. Latham, R. Hughes, B. Simpson, D. Koelsch, S. Stuart, J. Anderson, B. Kirby. STUDIO ORCHESTRA The Studio Orchestra numbers about forty-five select members of Chamber Strings and Band. lt vvas conceived in the hope of giving its members a chance to play in a group with an orchestration for strings and band instruments. The group is an active extension of the Instrumental Music Departments activities, enabling interested and dedicated stu- dents to further their study of music. Additional hours must be given to practice and rehearse dur- ing sixth period and after school. Musical quality is very evident to anyone who has heard this group perform in the Christmas Concert, having the theme, "Peace For All Mankind." Next year, the group hopes to expand its activities to even higher levels of performance through the institution of the new daily schedule. Poge 153 l ph. xt if . f x fi , V if Q' TECHNICAL DIRECTORS The hard-working and dedicated Technical Directors are always on the job, whether it be sending out the daily bulletin, operating sound equipment for dances, concerts and assemblies, or playing music during lunch periods. ln- terest and the ability to use sound and video equipment are the distinguishing characteristics of members. Under the direction of Mr. Cunningham, the Tech- nical Directors provide an essential service to the entire student body. Front: J. rvicAleese. Left to riggt:BBJ.eNriaer:dmgb:52,iQeHermanson, R. Lynn, D- KGVGSI TROJANS This year's newly established Trojan Club has quickly become a large and successful organization. Through the efforts of charter officers, President Mike Hutchison, Vice-President Debbie Abbott, Sec- retary Kathy Kopf, Treasurer Mary Lou Fuerst, and Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Seale, Trojans has succeeded in generating enthusiasm for sports and school activ- ities. Centering its attention on interscholastic sports, record crowds have been drawn to both home and away football and basketball games. The first annual Homecoming Dance, held in Octo- ber, was sponsored by Trojans. Homecoming Queen, Dede Venables and the Homecoming Court were honored both at the dance and during half-time cere- monies at the Homecoming Game. It is hoped that this will become a tradition in the years to come. i i at 1 K Financially, expenditures were covered and a sizeable profit was maintained by the sale of spirit ribbons and team buttons. Other projects included making posters for football and basketball games, assisting other school organizations in their publicity campaigns and selling bus tickets to away games. The enthusiasm shown by the officers and mem- bers is the driving force behind the club's success. With the continued support of the student body and sponsorship of Miss Pantin, Trojans will set distinc- tive traditions in the promotion of school spirit. ,.1...1......,W...,-..Y., First row: A. Treiber, D. Findley, P. Higgins, S. McLoughlin A. VomLehn, D. Schueler, P. Olvany, S. Meaney, L. Colahan K. Culkin, N. LoPresti, L. Duba, J. Forker, C. Johnson, J. Schue- ler, C. Rippe. Second row: P. Lewis, C. Kopf, S. Specht, J. Heilshorn, B. Walsh, L. Purinton, P. Seale, D. Abbott, M Hutchison, M. L. Fuerst, L. Bryan, D. FiOSSi, J. Wallifik, Nl Youngkin, D. LoPresti, L. Chamberlin, S. Foster, C. Getchell, C. Heingartner, G. Russo, J. DeTurk, T. Braseth. Third row: V. Guinan, A. Emmenegger, M. Massaglia, D. ClaDD, S. Mac lntosh, K. Clifford, N. Doscher, A. McDonald, J. Dillman, M Schlegel, K. Lewis, A. Liebermann, A. Ferencik, M. Knox, S. Buckley, D. Simon, D. Henning, P. Small, K. Stacom, B. Smith son, E. Hamill. Fourth row: M. Maggio, N. Gagliardo, E. Mac- farlane, K. Duckworth, C. Lauro, D. Prinzi, P. Ludwig, M Fedyn, P. Cuddy, L. Graefing, B. Norell, J. Hipp, M. Garry, M. Primrose, K. Foley, J. Jackson, E. Monaco, M. White, M. Byron, M. Green, S. LosKamp, B. James, M. Hanlon, D. Alexander. Fifth row: M. Pansini, C. Hall, L. Magrane, S. Davidson, M. Barber, M. Olthuis, C. Meyer, D. Fitzgerald, M. Saeli, D. Rix, M. Loson, L. Herrlin, S. Fitzgerald, L. Salvie, K. Santry, B. Farley, D. Cordes, K. Oravec, A. Vecchio, C. Crum- ley, L. George, P. Brennan, R. E. Grimes, M. Notter, S. Wilder- muth. Sixth row: K. Simon, S. Klepper, P. Doyle, J. Hermanson, L. Younie, H. Oellrich, T. DeFilippe, M. Maguire, L. Abbott, P. Russo, K. Springer, J. Redmond, J. Bergin, P. Forshay, M. Carmody, J. Oakley, J. Herbst, M. Lane, J. Enderle, G. Kenny, J. Klop, E. Lyons, M. Campbell, A. Marrin, L. Hutchison. nrin HH! s I a 1 I A If :ff LL! -it 114 :DW -I A," vu F1-I lllunqcll 11'---S ,F I r 1-1, ,gg 2, . .w. vv X X , . XO' , -i' ,L ' ,wM,,4 a'. . X, X -. X X-X1 , ' ' , ,. ' " 'X r X. 'X rf. 1 ,X .u . ' 'l yr , ',,, . . w,X,v , A "Xxx, K- X- X X -, mf XX -' ,XX XXX, " ' .X:X, 'X ui 'J53 . ,W ' M 5: .X-fl ,T 'X W ' :Cl v , -.1 ' X ,,X X. X .X V X, .:X S, , I , X, Y ' . 4 , ,X XX ., 1 , . K , X .. W X L1 k X X ,X -X ,X I Q A X , .V Elk 0Y'S ATHLETIC ASSCDCIATION Z6 First Row: J. Gallagher, B. Harris, R. Cook, T. Venier. Second Row: M. McGovern, R. Mal- fetano, S. Nlalfetano, P. Connor, Floor: P, Deng. The Boy's Athletic Association is an organization conwpnsed ofrepresentauves froniallthree grades. Hs purpose B to pronune spornmnanship and good character throughout the high school. The BAA, led His year by Paul Connor,also sponsors and dis- iuibutes leners to those boys vvho parucipatein var- shy SDOVTS. Page 155 SOCCER 2 2232? First Row: D. Merrihew, K. Gannon, S. Malfetano, P. Hieter, R. Heyn, M. Benedum. Second Row: E. Holmes, S. Kochle, K. Canevari, B. Cuddy, J. Polowchena. ifhird Row: P. DeLong, L. Kind, H. Vila, J. Meany, N. Fitzpatrick, J. Sanzo. Fourth row: W. Fleri, T. Kevill, D. Merri- hevv, P. Seale, B. O'Sullivan, S. Takach. Fifth Row: H. Sheehy, P. Troutman, J. Tesh, D. DeSalvo, Coach F. Briller. Not Pictured: D. Winningham, S. Tobias, C. Otto. This year's soccer team combined fine passing and a tough defense to vvin the North Shore Division ll Championship. ln the league opener, GC beat South by a score of 4-2. Sophomore Torn Kevill had tvvo goals vvith Kevin Canevari and Dick Heyn each adding one. The second game against Mineola proved to be the most crucial of the season. ln overtime, Dick Heyn headed in a corner kick by Phil Hieter and GC vvon with a score of 1-O. Garden City also shutout Port 2-O on goals by Heyn and Hector Vila. This vvas Sheehy's sixth straight shutoutgbest of a GC goalie since 1939. ln the final game, they clinched the Division title by defeating Plainview 2-1 on goals by Heyn and Doug Merrihew. This year's defense was led by Brian Cuddy and Jim Polovvchena as fullbacks and Harry Sheehy in the goal. Outstanding halfbacks were Craig Otto, Don Merrihevv, and Co-Captain Steve Malfetano. The linemen vvere Kevin Gannon, Dick Heyn, Co-Captain Phil Hieter, Doug Merrihew and Kevin Canevari. At the end of the season, Harry Sheehy vvas se- lected to the All-Division Team and Dick Heyn was a member of the All-County Second Team. I i Y FGGTBALL First Row: J. McNerney, J. Gallagher, D. Holman, J. Cervini, P. Talty, B. Harris, T. Raskopf P. McLaughlin, R. Vail, B. Falk. Second Row: M. Rix, R. Cornacchia, B. Macklin, G. l-lubbell P. Connor, W. Daly, C. Keane, C. Orr, J. Sullivan, R. Flanagan. Third Row: W. Draffen, R Rullman, K. Flanagan, S. Cenkner, B. Mahin, T. Kavazanjian, T. Nolan, T. McElroy, M. Christ man. Fourth Row: T. Nephew, R. Amato, M. Denehy, J. Molinari, K. O'Brien, S. Olsen, J Makely, J. Duffy, H. Dale, T. Patterson. Fifth Row: R. Keane, Coaches R. Overton, W. King W. Dougherty, Managers R. Cook, D. Lomedico, With a record of 1-7 last year, the outlook for the 1969 football season appeared grim. l-lowever, after a 6-2 season, even the most dour skeptics had a change of attitude. We had a tough, aggressive team who fought every game until the final play. The season opened with an easy 24-O romp over Manhasset. Bill Daly threw three touchdown passes to Rod Rullman. The 14-6 setback to Bethpage could be attributed to Paul Connor's absence. The Mineola game proved to be the upset of the year . . .for Mineola. The Trojans broke a 19 game winning streak by defeating the Mustangs. Paul Con- nor and Tom Raskopf repeatedly pummeled the line until Raskopf accumulated 168 yards and Connor gained 109. The final score read Garden City 26, Mineola 12. This confrontation was followed by an Pte 58 easy 22-3 win over Plainview on our home field. Connor tallied three touchdowns, all on long runs. Port proved to be tougher than Garden City and handed the Trojans their second and final loss with a score of 30-18. The team then swept through Great Neck North, Kennedy, and Great Neck South in three successive victories. Several factors contributed to the success of the team. The fine offensive line was anchored by Cap- tain Pete Talty. Their blocking continually broke run- ers loose for long gains. The defense was outstand- ing, allowing only 74 points in eight games. Led by Bill l-larris and Brian Falk, GC's defense always pre- sented an obstacle to the opposing offense. Fine performances were turned in by Pete Talty, All-North Shore, Tom Raskopf, All-Division, Paul Connor, All-Division and John Cervini, All-Division. xfifx o,,?q lIu n5 ""'u'iu" IJ ,xl 'f-'F 4,5 J,4,',4 4, aw' ff, Q I 9 ii' 1, FOOTBALL RECORD Manhasset .................... Bethpage . . ............... . , Mineola ........ Plainview ........ Port Washington . . . Great Neck North. , . Kennedy ........i Great Neok South. . . ........iE... K ..' I ig U- ,ai nf? Nr ,,r, -1. Q "v."g - F. if 0' J' ggi!! 24-O 6-14 26-12 22-3 18-30 26-7 24-O 14-8 Pcge L1 v Q 1 f ' 71: 7 f . ' fe' , - 5 ' 'f ' " W,,g,,lf.,L..QlL,MN W-Wm-ww , , i w ' ' J , A , -Ly, ff x ' ' f f5Zg,jf,2, '??1A ,, - V.C,ffLVz4z,r,j,-.5!',1,f, , MQ!!! 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V,.,.wff-,'.M, ,mgfr 9.3 5, I J., , ,, f, ,Q ,lbw ,Q , 1 V ,Y , t -5 , N, ,I , fy 7 wav, 4 ,A . . ,.,. gf ff W, ww ffffiv .L ' ,J 7 Ag,',wx,,gm g' -ggj aww, -, f,,1M,f . p ff, kr X , nge. - U fz.:,,, - .vw .V f 'A M, , , 1' W . N-'. ' A ,W .M 'E . W' In . Q ,wx A X -wx qf . , ' . R - - '. ' "'fY4f'f'i.rPfw W' - L X L ,XJ,g ,,1- 'em- ,MMM xt- 41 f ' 4, --Tx, -X ,wesv , -xgggfx . A -sf' M' viii ,-.135-jing ffl 1 W 3? 5 ,ff mx .f L 323' 4 J ' 1' .K A- ,25,,zf ,1 v X xQ 1' ,Qf v wx Q ii, fx Alu! 1 96 X F K ,. CRGSS-COUNTRY '55, if 2 ' f f f k 5 2 First Row: C. Busada, C. Hillejan, E. Fagan, M. Landsman, T. Kelley, D. Mitchell, Second Row: J. O'Toole, B. Norman, D. Wallace, M. Truhlar, K. Thomitz, T. Brosnan. Third Row: R. Delahunt, G. Boyajian, W. Fitzpatrick, E. Gibbons, J. Christfield, S. Jounakos. This year's cross-country team enjoyed mixed success in its endeavors, but showed needed spirit and improvement. Under the leadership of Captain Ed Fagan and Co-Captain Mark Landsman, the run- ners worked very hard in the early weeks of practice. Junior Tom Kelley emerged as the top man on the squad with Ed Fagan, Mark Landsman, Pete Fagan, Dean Mitchell and sophomore Charles Busada all making substantial contributions. Garden City defeated a tough Great Neck South team for a winning start. The next two meets re- sulted in victory also. Unfortunately, the team hit a slump as GC faced Port Washington and Bethpage in important meets. However, the team came back with renewed spirits and trounced Mineola with GC men placing in the top five positions. The team went to the North Shore and County Championships. George Boyajian, Tom Brosnan, Mark Gillen, Mark Truhlar and Drew Dietrich per- formed well throughout the season. Busada and Phil Klop show fine potential for the future. The season record of 4-3 is a portent of good news after the last several losing seasons. Coach Bruni hopes that the maturing team, led by Kelley, will have a more suc- cessful season next year. Poell si-No .3 Q TENNIS mvwmwa-WM..W,....,,.t,,,... ,. , Page l62 First Row: P. Forshay, A. Scourby, C. Nason, M. Kucharski, R. Koch. Second Row: Coach Julio Silvestri, B. Buschmann, H. Oellrich, J. Klop, Manager,E. Habben, M. Rudansky. Following the 'I968 record of 4-8, the 1969 tennis team had a similar record of 4-8. However, this does not reflect the efforts the Garden City players put in during the season. Captain Dan Keyes led the netmen through all their matches. This has been basically a constructive year for the tennis team-a year of acquiring skill through experi- ence. Coach Julio Silvestri hopes that this season will provide many sound players tor the future. WRESTLING First row: T. Stair, R. Cornwell, R. Cohn, D. Fenty, D. Nlerrihew, D. lVlerrihew, E. Gibbons, J. Jordan, P. Tackach. Second row: D'. Ryan, manager, D. Smith, T. Shemella, W. Fleri, C. lVlur- ray, S. Kochle, T. Smith, lVl. lVlcGovern, D. Foxen, S. lvlalfetano, C. Ernst, manager. Third row: lVlr. Decker, coach, T. Patterson, K. Culkin, H. Vila, G. Bosilkov, B. Carpou, K. O'Brien, P. lVlcLaughlin, R. lVlcGuire, J. Cervini R. Digan, J. lVlcLaughlin, R. Franciotti, J. Sullivan, P. Talty, lVlr. Dougherty, coach. This year, Garden City completed the best season in it's thirty-four year history. The grapplers finished with a 12-1 record and an undefeated 6-O league record. Garden City also won the first North Shore Division ll Wrestling Tournament ever to be held. The most exciting match of the year was the first league encounter with Bethpage. Both the Trojans and the Golden Eagles continually fought for the lead until John Cervini's decision in the 187 Ib. class assured a G.C. victory. Heavyweight Pete Talty added to the glory by pinning an old rival in 3:16. By defeating Bethpage, Garden City put itself in first place and safely remained there for the conclusion of the season. lVlr. Decker's wrestlers continually doubled and tripled the scores of their opponents and suffered only one loss, a hard fought battle against Herricks High School. The coming of the Division Wrestling Tournament saw many outstanding Garden City wrestlers. These included Rick Cornwell, Mike lVlcGovern, Craig lVlur- ray, Dan Smith, Ted Shemella, Randy Nicosia, and Pete lVlcLaughlin. Sophomore Trey Patterson scored three pins in the Division Tournament and went on to place third in the North Shore. Doug lVlerrihew, also a sophomore, finished with a 12-1 record and a first place in the Division Tournament. G.C.'s top wrestler was team captain Dave Foxen who, besides completing an undefeated season, placed second in the North Shore Tournament and Fourth in the Section Vlll Tournament. At the conclusion of the season, the team chose Rick.Cornwell and Craig lVlurray as captains for the '70-'71 season. Next year's team should prove just as successful because several underclassmen will be returning from the Varsity squad. ln addition, the J.V. team,,coached by lVlr. Dougherty, completed their season with a 12-1 record. Page 769 , f Wa-.,,A,,,,w,,, M 5 I K, my ' f ' KM 4' if 1 4 1' p "4f J? we-" , ,F-241 l K V , ,f,, X 'V V1 iii 1 ' I A ,Q 1 i A Lt 3 wil Ziff 14Wf4'MM-V.,-, , f y ' izfrfwffnfvwffff mf ff p fxffvwa I ff.fwf,,,,, Q , . ' ff,.,,Wmff,,, .fffgff f, , f,,f-,1ffq.,gff,gwf. I. f , f,.,',f:'2f"y 175714 ,.-.,-., 5 A fflfiu , . H I E, Q- 1?-MIA' ,p -, "V - SifE"4 f ,ff-A-.., ,, , .,. . . , 4 ,.,- W .J ,Mb nfffil ' 'f-gif . 'VTLQ U ' "sf-an-9-3,-. V- , K., "Q...f..:,.'L1f"' A-tzm . ,N Pcge 765 BASKETBALL Kneeling: A. Buchanan, V. Biggane, D. Jennings, H. Sheehy, E. Youngkin, G. Lauro. Standing: Manager M. Dalton, J. Duffy, W. Kelly, M. Rix, D. Trepashko, R. Mallen, W. Thater, R. Roy, K. Springer. The Garden City cagers had a disappointing and heart-breaking season this year. Finishing with a poor 6-12 record, the Varsity Basketball team failed to make the playoffs. Garden City began the season with an encourag- ing 62-52 victory over Valley Stream South and this trend continued throughout the non-league season, as Floral Park, Manhasset, and New Hyde Park were defeated. However, the team hit a bad slump during the league schedule and never managed to recover. Harry Sheehy as guard finished the season as high Pt ge loo scorer for the Trojans. He played well all season despite- many frustrating setbacks. Center Mike Rix and forwards Gerry Lauro and Dave Jennings held the front line while Vinnie Biggane and sophomore John Judge, who was brought up from the J.V. team, split the other guard post. Ed Youngkin and Bill Kelly also played well in reserve. High rebounder was Gerry Lauro with Mike Rix second high scorer and rebounder. Next year, the team will feature John Judge, Rob Vllall, Ralph Malin and Pete DeLong as they strive to improve Garden City's poor '69-'70 season. ? ,Lzxw iii? 1' ig N QTQQW sf 't W I l 1:5113 ff, . .,,,. 6 is NN' '55 -11 A,Af N-V f Q- 'C-1 1 " " , ,,A. K,h , . Z ., .hx ,.. M. 4 0 4 4. ,H , s . f v. ...Q J QM I , B- i ' T N ,Nf- xe .4 KY: - 531 v ll 5 e J 334 f. ,H 'UZ an Sk t Q 3,2 B GYM NASTICS R gl-ZN Qt Page l7O First row: A. Peters, S. Brancato, L. Rosano, P. Forshay, J. Garnett, B. Brady. Second row P. Wong, J. Duggan, G. lVlurray, T. Procelli, R. Lithen. Third row: S. Tessier, Nl. Corcacas D. Kroessler, R. lvleurer, D. Condelli, D. Salzman, R. Kameras, D. Kroessler. This year the gymnastic team, a relatively new interscholastic sport at Garden City, showed tremen- dous improvement over last year and became a threat to win any match. Jim Garnett and Stefan Cukierski were co-captains. The team had many fine showings throughout the season. The gymnasts incorporated basic and inter- mediate skills into competitive routines of increas- ing ditficulty. They tested these skills in meets with Herricks, Nlineola and various North Shore high schools. Jim Garnett on parallel bars and long horse, Pete Forshay on parallels, Stet Cukierski on rings, Jim Duggan and Dana Condelli on floor exercise, and Bill Brady on rope climb sparked the season. Next year, Pat Wong, Tony Procelli and Jeff Kroessler will add strength to the team. Coach Ed lVluller hopes that the '70-'71 season will develop into a strong team. nffwi-mf Eg- , B , A ,,.v,.,, V I, f'. . , , .Yr ' .a.g, I ! i E 2 .. .P 1 Q if s , , lqggnaanuvf' , . ,.,, ,- 9.42. , ,. ... ,,.. f A Page 772 GWLING First row: R. Gardner, E. Holmes. Second row: S. Yanuszka, D. Roy, R. Lynn Third row A Krecko, R. Donlan, C. Schaut. Fourth row: D. Sentt, H. Oellrich, J. Nickoloff The Garden City bowling team enjoyed mixed success this season.'Atter a poor start, the team finished strongly and ended up with a 142-21M record. Two of the team's best matches included a 2-'I victory over Mineola and a 3-O trouncing ot Beth- page. Dexter Senft and Ferd Neurohr led the team vvith Dexter having the high game ot the season- 230. Coach Fred Briller was optimistic about the out- come and has hopes that returning lettermen Ray Lynn, Bob Dolan, and Gene Holmes can lead the team to a winning record next year. "W"'rw-f.,,.,wMW , w-f-a..,.,,...,..,-M., RIF LERY I I , 0' . 0 I l T-w,,,,.. , . i!,,. VL 7.4, Wy' D 'air-7 rf' Kneeling: B. Barnes, J. Kelly, J. Burke. Standing: R. Lim, C. Forster, P. Johnson, B. Tattersall, R. Tedesco. Mr, Cunningham, 1970 vvas a year of building for the Garden City Rifle team. Hovvever, the predominantly Junior team shovved great enthusiasm throughout this setback season. G.C. defeated Jericho in the second round of the season. This was the only victory for the rifle- men this year. The overall record of 1-11 did not reflect the many close matches which found Garden City on the short end. The 1970 team vvas spear- headed by Senior Captain Page Johnson. His 180.9 average vvon him a berth on the North Shore All- Scholastic Rifle Team. Nevertheless, Coach Cunning- ham is confident that Juniors Bob Thurber, Jerry Kelly, Jim Burke, and Bruce Barnes along with Soph- omore Craig Forster will provide an excellent season in 1971. 1,-L C Q Page 772 NDO0R TRACK First row: P. Thompson, G. Boyajian, G. Clausen, J. Christfield, P. Seale, B. Parks, K. Buck, C. Busada. Second row: C. Whitman, M. Gillen, J. Zehnder, J. Harris, P. Connor, T. Brosnan J. Mulroney, C. Seiferth, B. Murphy, P.Smythe, R. Keane. Third row: J. White, coach, C. Keane, C. Hillejan, K. Braaten, P. Davis, B. Delahunt, J. Campbell, B. Harris, E. Fagan, J. Sanzgl P. Fagan, J. O'Toole, D. Mitchell, B. O'Neill, M. Landsman, T. Kelley, Mr. King, coach. Moved to a weaker division this year, the indoor track team vvon the title easily. Most of the opponents were embarrassed by the overwhelming scores. Westbury, supposedly the other "class" team in the division, vvas defeated 57-20 and another rival team vvas trounced 76-1. On the small C100 yd.l gym floor tracks, the 17M lap mile run is the only real distance event. This year, junior Tom Kelley and senior Mark Landsman domi- nated the mile for Garden City, with under or around five minutes even. The 1000 and 600 yard runs are exclusively indoor events. ln the 1000, captain Ed Fagan and soph Chuck Busada dominated the run against most teams. ln the 600, the indoor glamor event, Dean Mitchell set a school record with a hard-fought vic- tory against l-lerricks. Paul Smythe also had a fine record in the race, as did junior Tom Brosnan. The shpt put team, led by record-setter Bill l-larris, seniors Brian Falk and Jim Campbell and Junior Paul Page 774 Seale, consistently out-threvv the best any other team had to offer. ln the hurdles, John Harris, a junior, and Bruce Macklin, a senior, usually were the top finish- ers in the 40, 50, or 60 yd. high hurdles. In the 60 and 300 yd. dashes, seniors Paul Connor, Chris and Rich Keane and sophomore Bob Zehnder vvon important points for the team. ln the mile relay, the final event of any meet, the team of George Boya- jian, Pete Fagan, John O'Toole and Jerry Sanzo posted a successful slate. ln the high jump, a played- down event, Pete Thompson competed for the Tro- jans. Bad fortune and psychological let-downs pre- vented G.C. from amassing many points in the North Shore and County championship meets. Our second place two-mile relay team in the North Shore was dis- qualified, and the rest of the meet seemed to hit a dis- couraging slump. l-lovvever, coaches King and White felt that the indoor season was very successful and hope that future teams can make as fine a showing. 1.11 ...4"" 'Q --if 5 LACRGSSE First row: D. Lomedico, P. Delle, R. Vaile, J. Cervini, J. Gallagher, K. lVlcCabe, J. Sullivan, J. Scully, P. Talty. Second row: B. Draffen, T. Kavazanjian, J. Duffy, S. Driscoll, A. lVlurphy, S. Cenkner, B. Mahin, R. Rullman. Third row: T. Nolan, T. Venier, R. Cook, lVl. Benedum, J. lvlackley, C. lvlurray, K. Flanagan, B. O'Sullivan, Coach Silvestri. This year, Coach Silvestri has again built a lacrosse powerhouse, similar to the team that vvon the Long lsland Championship in 1966. If these vvords seem strong, it is because G.C. has the talent to back them up. Almost all ot last year's starters return, including Junior goalie Rod Rullman who received honorable mention in league play, and Tom Nolan, an All-Division player in his sophomore year. Captain Kevin lVlcCabe leads a tough midfield, flanked by John Duffy, Bill Draffen and Paul Delle. The close attack is bol- stered by Nolan vvho is helped out by Steve Cenkner and Tom Venier. On de- fense, Jay Gallagher and Pete Talty look strong. The G.C. Lacrosse team, picked at the Lacrosse Coaches lVleeting to win the island championship, certainly hopes for a good year and perhaps even a championship. 5,2 BASEBAL 1. .- use ,a 1 fl, 1 r ,-ff. 4 '? 1.126 'Ji ., ,- 1... li .inf w -1 n 5,.,,,,. 1 First row: R. Roy, R. O'Brien, B. Daly, C. Otto, M. Kucharski, B. Prinzi, H. Oellrich. Second ' H V V:,,, Li ' row.' D. Jennings, J. Nickoloff, J. Catania, J. Holmes, D. Falkner, J. Judd. Third row: Manager ' 5 ' I Q' ' 'H "V A J. Foran, K. Davey, M. Corigan, B. Douglas, R. Malin, T. Patterson, Coach Riffle. M1 T'--1--me -' 'wr limi? fl T ' I ,, ,aEE fg 3.5.2, W1 1-ggi ,. 1 ' i i . .r 1 J .- 4 The 1970 Baseball team is one of the dark-horse hopes of the .:'fiff, ,WT Spring Season. Baseball, Derennially a loser in Garden City, fin- , ished last year with a surprising 10-10 record. 1 D D , r The team boasts a strong nucleus returning from that squad. f Bill Daly and Bill Douglas, both three year men, look strong on the 7 ,. 1 1, y mound. Backing them up vvill be senior Bob Prinzi and Junior Bill A , ,Q 'N Thater. Rich O'Brien, Joel Catania and Rob Roy will add experi- , . M A . g . ' T ' ence to the field as well as good hitting. Sophomores Trey Pat- fig, ,, terson and Ralph Malin look promising as well. Indeed, this team W' f L -3 gkxxgrgf-f k,?,E113,f,y,,.,,,,t!' kk , W- If ul , ' f I l i3f1-f'9fw24'3s'e'feg4ief 5'-..?:g.0fjMtfi3:?"'1'17f ho es to im rove on that 10-10 record and osslbl make the AM- 1 ,Q 'mf playoffs. , H, ww V I M xv - Q -., 1 wr- A . A W Q . ,' svkd-. -14.51" - . 'fn' 4- , . :L fm, eh' a "-4-kgiw '2 .. , , 7 qi- . - 1 swf ' it I P X W, Q -M .. , W .fe .9 V - , A - ' ,T A """".g'g'?'1' 1 ,l f -. - - 14 .4 f - x f . fs, ,- .ft Q- V 0 , , ,, . 1. . . ' . I ' K . .. ..- y ,gfxki .S ., If '.?3q.d. A V CMN.. F M S ,vim Mirah' W 4 I If , . AU an L ,., . 4 - . : fu-,x ,'.L 47 .,,, ,, VX, , -A K - -Y v,., ,Q .5 s .g .LA. J. ,km ,H nw., Wm.. ,,h, rj, Q . .,- . ,UH , L nl., Q -vi . . is f ii 5' f.'l'f. 1 H i'Tf"i4r"'P - " 'fi If ' "4""""- ' I "" if- . --Q fe'--. 'Y -'-bump. uf , - . . .V -if iw' ' ,-nhW"',., +A' w'w,3y fi 2, A ' ' - " ' ' V , - -,- 1 ,-f rv ts., i. r t - ' ' ,, K K, e 'W-was H A:.: , f"J, ,wg -,,..v-ff-354 6' 3, eff! Q I, 1. , . - wr ' f , i, . '44 Y ,bi , s 'VF 2' 1 my if uf ,, fi yqwi ,.fJ..g,5,M, ,fl U V3.1 -,. 5, Y. sg.-il K xt .Z ,pu 'r- ,F V 45.,p.'.': A., Qin., it ,tr A .91 ' x Qi xy. ,A-h,,.x91f?'- Ni'b!'4!5Q.ia:mxu,.4s.wz,:.4- ,z,........, its., . . .11 .W . .,t....., . . . . . K-.. 6. . 1. t..-...M-e . -fa-tu.. --. , A -US. - :L-u.ls..u J qw.. - 'lN,3,.3.t.X,335f...A, f ' 431. .lf if-4' ' -,.s'.xf4 .. fc fa-is GOL Page l78 Left to right: lVlr. Biviano, B, Lynn, D. Guida, B. Thater, J. Desch, B. Brady S. Greiner, J. Kasold. The varsity golf team is looking forward to a sea- son vvhich vvill be a considerable improvement over last year's disappointing mark. Coach Biviano is relying on the experienced shots of Bill Thater, Jack Desch, Bay Lynn and Bill Brady to provide him with winning scores. ln golf, team strength is vital, as the match is played between the tvvo sixth men, which counts as much as the top match. Depth is Where Garden City runs into problems. Hovvever, vvith a little luck and the team desire to vvin, there is no reason the golf team should not do vvell at Cherry Valley this year. SPRING TRAC ifgj . First row: P. Thompson, Nl. lVlcGovern, R. Peters, B. lVlcGov- ern, C. Keane, A. Buchanan, P. Connor, B. Falk, K. White, B Harris, T. Paillard, T. Kelley, P. Fagan, P. Smythe. Second row B. lVlacklin, D. Schaus, J. lVlcLaughlin, lVl. Gelman, B. Parks, T. Nlulroney, D. Nlurphy,T. Brosnan,J. Harris, B. Zehnder, B O'Neill. Third row: B. Whittier, J. lVleyer, G. Boyajian, R. Ems The G.C. Track team, winners in 1968 and 1969, again hope to take the Division ll crovvn. This year's team, again the Indoor Track champs, looks strong in just about every sport. ln high hurdles, John Har- ris and Bruce lVlacklin did well indoors, and are looked to for repeat performances. In the lovv hurdles, lVlacklin, Harris and lVIike and Bill lVlcGovern look good. Paul Connor leads a good sprint club, includ- ing Rich and Chris Keane, the lVlcGoverns and Roy Peters. In the middle and long distances, Ed Fagan, ,ll lie, D. Wallace, D. Dittrich, J. Christfield, K. Braaten, J. Donohue, J. lVlulroney, D. Trepashko. Fourth row: G. Stig- liano, T. Barnes, K. Tomitz, D. Smith, J. Syage, P. Karb, D. Mitchell, J. Nlavricos,VV-. Fitzpatrick. Fifth row: Coach Overton, Coach White, Coach King, Coach Wojnar, B. Whiting, C. Bu- asda, T. Smith, K. Darr, L. Richburg, K. O'Brien. Tom Brosnan, Peter O'Toole, lVlark Landsman and top miler Tom Kelley look good. G.C. is strong in the field events, too. Bill Harris and Jim Campbell handle shot put, while Brian Falk hurls the discus. Rich Williams and Dexter Senft reign in the broad jump, while Pete Thompson domi- nates high jump and Dan Smith pole vault. The Tro- jan team should again take the league championship in 1970. 4 ---v-U-My 51: 'xrtxrfx' :'s,1q:,.,.-awk ls.: - J , .,.l,. ,,,,g-v--- wg? '- '- 51325 f. 1 A .A,,. 251. -3 f ".- , rgx- X e r ' 95" 'X ,tak A " ' 5 wage 'Q 'fit 1 ., I 1, . .5113 Iv! :r fu: V ,I-1 . K1 --of J, - i f 'Va ' f, . A, l f ' Mun ,x r fr flf ' , - , 'L V . 322:15 -it V , V' g J , ' . . ' J ' f 4,.,Q5 ,,,.n, ,Z y ,fm K ,V . 9 T H A U r '-Z., ,Q 2 1 t L. i ' ' ,K , 4..- ., , .,M.-?ywii?f ess Top Kathy Foley, President. Middle: Adele Treiber, Vice President: Jan DeTurk,Secretary. Bottom: Priscilla Munkenbeck, Treasurerp Debbie Abbott, Social Chairman. LEADER'S CLUB GlRL'S ATHLETIC ASSCCIATION The purpose of the GAA is to promote interest in the Glrl's Physical Education program. The five officers and seven dele- gates from each grade comprised this year's executive board. This year, the GAA conducted the intramural program with each officer in charge one day a vveek. For the first time, the GAA contributed to the Gymnastic Demonstration. It is hoped that the next show will be completely run by the GAA. The annual tea in June was also sponsored by the Glrl's Athletic Associa- tion. Wfzm. First Row: C. Behrer, C. Lauro, C. Stuart, B. Nugent, P. Small, S. Meaney Second Raw: M. DiMaria, B. Hortsmann, J. Jackson, M. Garry, P. Eggers, G. Nugent J Fries. Third Row: M. Molter, J. McCauley, J. Barr, D. Connelly, T. Braseth J. Madigan. bovvling party highlighted the year. First Row: C. Johnson, J. Weed, J. Hebrank, C. Stuart, C. Meyer, T. Braseth. Second Row: P Munkenbeck, B. Nugent, N. Doscher, V. Nugent, L. Anderson, J. Madigan, D. Abbott. Third Row: B. Small, A. Treiber, L. Earing, J. Mendes, D. Connelly. Fourth Row: J. Barr, K Foley D. Fitzgerald, B. I-lorstmann. Not Pictured: J. Jackson, E. Monaco. The Leader's Club, under the direction of Miss Stefek, has grown from an almost nonexistent organization to a selective club of approximately thirty members. The officers this year are President Kathy Foley Vice President Joni Jackson, and Secre tary Barbara Horstmann. Leaders serve the Glrl's Physical Education Department by officiating team sports after school and assisting in gym classes. A camping trip to Lake Placid and a mother-daughter 2 L i A I , 1 , E , , V , ag. ... L. - Q ,f , . , , , , ,,.Vff, mm First Row: B. LaGattuta, J. Enderle, A. LaGattuta, P. Brennan, S. Fitzgerald. Second Row: D. Frost, D. Brandin, C. Reinig, S. Davidson, K. Jones, P. Confort, L. Herrlin. BADMINTDN Under the fine coaching of Miss Seibert, a new member of the faculty, Garden City's badminton team had its first match against a strong Baldwin team. GC won two singles and two doublesinatches.'Theirlastrnatch against Carey High School ended in defeat with a close score of 178-163. The outstanding pmyers Mus yearimere Bonha and Ann LaGatnna, Carown Reinig, Mary Dick, Karen Jones and Sue Davidson. Next year should proveto be arnore successfulseasorisincethe nucleus of the team is made up of sophomores. l ,, .. w,,,,3mv 1 -.pfggf P -.. .,,.,l-,urn . :fp-., mx A. j'?"?!mq:,7 , Poge HGCKEY Under the direction of lVlrs. Goeptert, the hockey team put in long hours ot practice on the hockey field. Despite the team's potential, the record vvas disappointing. Carle Place, Wheat- ley and St. lVlary's outscored the team and Great Neck South tied Garden City. The forward line included Sue LeBars, Tina Braseth. Patty Eggers, Joni Jackson, Janet lVlcCauley, Debbie Abbott and Captain Cathy Stuart. The defense players included the "Big Three" halfbacks- Beryl Barmore, Betty Horstmeyer and Janet lVladigan, backed up by fullbacks-Barbara Desch, DeeDee Connelly and Pam Valle. Kathy Foley and Joanne Barr were the goalies. l i First Row: C. Stuart. Second Row: D. Abbott, T. Braseth. Third Row: P. Eggers, S LeBars. Fourth Row: B. Desch, B. Barmore. Fifth Row: J. Madigan, J. Jackson, K Foley, D. Connelly, B. Horstmeyer, J. lVlcCauley. First Row: J. Fries, J. Mendes, A. Treiber, Nl. Earley. Second Row: C. Borge, J. Kramer, P. Nlunkenbeck, J. Barr, Nl. Primrose. Third Row: J. DeTurk, P. Birmingham, D. Lundbourg, PQQQ 182 Nl. Fedyn, L. Earing, M. Garry. I First Row: B. Horstmann. Second Row: J. lVladigan, B. Horst- meyer, A. Treiber. Third Row: J. Barr, J. Jackson, lVl. Rossetti. Not Pictured: K. Scott. First Row: B. Barmore. Second Row: Nl. Fedyn, C. Stuart. Third Row: S. Davidson, J. Fries. Not Pictured: D. Ven- ables, D. Connelly, S. Peck. VOLLEYBALL Page l84 - The girl's volleyball teams, under the coaching of Miss Stefek, enjoyed a successful season this year. Barbara Horst- mann was the captain of the Varsity team, and Beryl Barmore was the Junior Varsity captain. The Varsity team lost by only a fevv points to Great Neck South and Levittown but vvere vic- torious over lVIineola, Nevv Hyde Park and Elmont. The Junior Varsity team almost had an undefeated season with only one loss out of five games. Besides the Varsity and Junior Varsity, class teams were also formed. The prospects for next year look good and the teams should have an excellent season. 1:-fs iii: :QFJ Sail .-3 '- iittii Q hf...:e. " six ,i qffgwril- We .gy . 1. ' 13 .123 is .g,.sab. S 4,53 Y' qim' ' .1 we A f t fi ' 1 7 5 T 14 fg f dyfjyefss swf, T T Qi 4. Q , ., . 1 ' 9 ,A . Q.. I V, , ., 4 . . , Q -. H A , f'-' '- . . 41,1 f h gf ' 5 ff f " . f ff 17 f 1,,- jx yj2.V'jig?f5fff 5 . . yy M.: X Y A -,A ,L , 5 yum f 3 '- ' - fi ' 1' 5 f 3 ,F ez .M f fa L 3 ' 4.3 A 11? 515 Y ' , 51 "cl gr rg , W if ,g, I .. . Y ,.:- ' , f- f , Eff ., , VhQf?,? mia: 7 ' 1 .gk 17 1 ,Q f ga? ,,,, , QCZQYT47 f , rf Rf , -A rs . ,yy by VVVV A 1 -iw V , - . -V. , , , ' , at '2 r ,Q , 1 JV-First row: M. Fedyn, M. Beagan, B. Nugent, P. lngrassia, M. Baumann. Second row: M. Primrose, C. Reinig, J. Madigan, D. Connelly, B. Ahern. VARSITY-First row: G. Nugent, K. Foley, A. Treiber. Second row: G. Venables, D. Fitzgerald, H. Litton, M. Rossetti. The girls' basketball team, under the direction ot a new and talented coach, Miss Marilyn Siebert, was permitted this year an unlimited number of dribbles, a step towards the abandoning of girls' rules altogether. What else did they want? They wanted an undefeated season, and with the spirit of the varsity team, they won all tour games against St. Mary's, Herricks, Mineola, and Great Neck North. The top scorers were Joni Jackson, Heather Litton, Marilyn Ros- setti and DeDe Venables. "Don't worry-you can do it" was the GC cry, espe- cially when guards Kathy Foley and Adele Treiber attempted their foul shots. The JV team also played well, winning two ofthe four games. BASKETBALL 1 Q - Li' . 4 ' . '7 ' Page 186 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS First row: T. Braseth, C. Stuart, E. Monaco, J. Jaeger. Second row: J. Mendes, S. Foster, B. Barmore, P. Eggers. Third row: B. Horstmeyer, J. Madigan, G. Boszilkov, K. Scott, A. Treiber. JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - 2 rfrrr ' ,, - -www! .eff 1, ,W V11 1 3.1 'W W First row: J. DeTurk, C. Sullivan, M. DiMaria. Second row: S. Weiss, C. Johnson, D. Nicosia. Third row: M. Earley, J. Fries, D. Lundbourg, M. Molter. X l N4 vfg ,f era-4' A144 12 54,4 gi I 4 3, FG 'a GYNINASTICS VVhat's the Girls' Gymnastic Demonstra- Uon? VVeH,itvvasthe highhgln ofthe Gins' Phydcal Educauon Progmnn and onw the second gynwnastkzshomfeverseeninthefugh school. This year the demonstration was held on April 24th and once again was sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Association. Student nwanagerstnanned and organized each ofthe fourteen events. The managers began formu- laungrouunes andideasin Decmhber,and thethiHeeniNeeksofactualprachcebeganin January.'The gids perfornwed on the balance beanm horma spHngboard,and the uneven paraHel bars.'The gids also exhibhed then abilities in musical exercise, tumbling, free exeHjse,a suck dance,a hoop dance,hNo Rik dances,ajunuJroperouUne and onthe tran1poHne.'The shovvimas a big success:it turned out to be one of the greatest shows on earth! 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'E 1 1 Robert Cook President CLASS OF 1971 Thomas Kavazanjian Vice President Robert Emslie Treasurer Michael Borut Sponsor Diane Lundbourg Historian A'V' mf-'Ev if . ,.::', - M ae., QM WVM, -f ' , , ana. , V, Wendy Hoeffler Secretary ' WW 43 W4 Arr . ' , Mf ,QQQZZZ ' Fifa' ' 'Vi-l'??2Z9 :fm f, ' X , f f ' ,X 1' , U 'M Ellen Macfarlane Social Chairman Page, 793 CLASS OF 1971 Junior year-we remember it as a mixture of an- ticipation, frustration, newly-found confidence and awakening. The apprehension of sophomore year is past and plans for the future begin to materialize and come into perspective. As a junior, you discover that it is a year of addi- tional responsibility and hard work. ln September, your class plunged into the many and varied activ- ities and sports. December 5 found you on "The lslands" as the honored guests of your parents at your class party. Following Christmas vacation, thir- teen representatives from the Class of 1971 were chosen to participate in the Experiment in Interna- tional Living as Community Ambassadors. Between source themes and other numerous aca- demic assignments, stuffed animals were collected and distributed to underprivileged children in a true humanitarian spirit. The drive proved successful through the efforts of Secretary, Wendy Hoeffler and lVlrs. Padrush-110 First row: S. Hagan, E. Lehman, L. Frank, S. Jacobsen, C. Brewster, J. Steitz, K. Dailey. Second row: P. Browne, C. Hein- gartner, J. DeTurk, R. E. Grimes, S. lr- win, L. Bieger, A. Hibner, B. Johnson. Third row: R. Roy, G. Brown, lVl. Dene- hy, P. Troutman, J. Gewert, IVI. Burch. lVlr. Sonander-112 First row: D. Kosowski, N. Langill, D. Nlaeurer, D. Lynch, N. Hewitt, E. Nlac- farlane, V. Davis, lVl. Goodwin. Second Row: T. Vaughn, D. Phinney, S. Dexter. Page 794 your combined efforts. The Junior Dance, held this year on January 30, was centered around the theme, "Peace on Earth." A huge peace symbol, made en- tirely of paper flowers, was the focal point of the evening. The entire student body was invited to at- tend and dance to the music of "Hot Soup." For many, lVlarch 7 brought you face to face with those all-important SAT's. Thoughts become college ori- ented as you encounter those preliminary confer- ences and interviews. The Junior Prom, the most important social event of the year, is an enjoyable but difficult undertaking. Social Chairman, Ellen lvlacfarlane, is responsiblefor every aspect of the Prom, traditionally given in honor of the senior class by the juniors. However, satisfac- tion with a job well done is an assured guarantee. And so, to the "Class of '71 as you look forward to your senior year, we, the "Class of '7O," wish you the very best of luck in all your future endeavors.- Y - -1 . , v' rg Ijxw , , T if 1 +1 1 i g f- 1 f j 1 Mrs. Watts-126 First row: K. Smith, L. Schmeelk, S Steinbugler, J. Schueler, K. Kingston, I Young, S. McLoughlin, M. Toomey, L. Muench, F. Sussman. Second row: W Lee, W. Ticho, P. Thompson, J. Smith, W. Oram, K. Springer, D. Wood, R. Tattersall. Mr. Castellano-130 First row.' S. Klepper, T. Martini, C Getchell. Second row: J. Dillman, L Cappello, B. Smith, J. McDonnell, W Perrell, E. Ring. Third row.' S. Langfelder, J. Sanzo, J. Richardson, C. Whitman, C. Murray, W. Prevelegianos, G. Lewis, Stephen Castellano. Mr. Goodwin-134 First row.' P. Pomponia, K. Brewster, M Padden, L. Lynch. Second row: J. Burke, L. Levi, M. Gagliardo, M. Molloy, D Churgel, E. Flanagan. Third row: W. Townsend, T. Brosnan, A. Leonard, F. Coughlin, G. Brougham, B. Barnes, W. Butera, D. Monsees, R. Lim, Charles Goodwin. Mr. Low-136 First row: D. Salzman, J. Muller, T. Sheets, J. Fredricksen. Second row: C. Meyer, D. Petrich, G. Sammon, K. Jawor- ski, V. Russo, G. Rippe, E. Kalantgis, L Richburg, M. J. Saeli. Third row: F. Gil berti, D. Bosch, C. Nason, R. O'Keefe, E. Holmes, G. Record, A. Raskopf, A. Murphy, B. Ellis, R. Lynn. Miss Castellana-137 First row: R. Bonna, N. Ryan, F. Gloss, L. Dieckman, M. Pond, C. Rava, B. LeSueur. Second row.' D. Rix, N. Lo- Presti, G. Quint, J. Mallouk, S. Hag- strom, B. Conroy, N. Heald. Third row: T. Smith, D. Merrihew, W. Meyer, D. Ingram, T. Freeman, R. Fett, J. Meaney, W. Meisinger, R. Norman. 1 A J E n ' , .2 3: ' V : , is . ' 1 ef Q 5 1 W - ' . X 'L S 5 l , .xl 3 , A 'T , Q Y X V v s e 5 Mrs. Starkey-139 First row: M. E. Fleming, M. L. Findley, E. Douglas, M. Byron. Second row: D Pugliese, D. Capreol, L. Haedrich, F. Olsen, B. Beekman, P. Farris, M. Mur- phy. Third row: K. Duggan, G. Clausen J. Armour, D. Stuart, R. Ringelstein, N Lembo, A. Cavalcante. 1 Mr. Tarrou- 14 1 First row: M. Boyaiian, J. Chase, D. Mann, J. Lucca. Second row: N. For- gione, P. Johnson, M. Hanlon, C. Wright J. Stagg. Third row: B. Ellis, K. Davey J. Byrne, P. Klop, P. Vanderbilt, W. Schieb, S. Kruger, P. Nelson. 1 1 Mr. Melton-142 First row: M. Trotter, E. Ahern. Second row: C. Sweeney, J. Knox, M. Gelman. V. Muller, S. Koroluck, D. Pace, J. Schweitzer, C. Russo, D. Mahon, E. Golden. Third row.' J. Kelly, R. Doucette, K. Tomitz, D. Ripkin, T. Nolan, R. Kohut, R. Moore, J. Kelly, W. Blake, M. Adams. Miss Smith-148 First row: J. Murphy, M. E. White, J. Madonia, H. Breen. Second row: R. MacQueen, L. Moyer, K. Clifford, M. Doscher, N. Marino, M. E. LoSardo, S. Peck, P. Cicino. Third row: T. Foran, D. Smalley, M. Truhlar. Mr. Beaulieu-161 First row: C. Reinig, J. Kammerer, J. Fries, M. McGoldrick. Second row: A. Guild, M. Schlegel, J. Hipp, K. Brewster, K. Goldfuss, J. Powel, D. Frost, P. Tons- miere, D. Heigle. Third row: S. Cenkner, D. Kroessler, N. Canado, E. Delle, R. Prendergast, A. Hoffman, P, Braynard, S. Behrer, J. Bergin. Mr. Chanover-163 First row: T. Braseth, S. Curtis, J. Mc Cauley, B. Johnson, N. Ross, W. Hoeffler A. Porter. Second row: M. Kahan, N Woodcock, J. Sewell, J. Casale, M. Gilli gan, K. Simon, M. Puvogel, W. Thater. Third row: R. Thurber, J. Caulfield, P Voelker, S., Olsen, T. Sweeney, K O'Brien, W. Troha, S. Obrenski, R. Norell. Mr. Keylock-164 First row: K. Gallagher, J. Conover, l. Wytzka. Second row: J. Hayes, H. Cole D. Timmons, M. E. Goble, M. Gibbons C. Johnson, L. Holzmayer, M. Garry. Third row: V. Gentile, J. Rosato, G. Pou- los, K. Dean, C. Manfre. r 1 Mr. Biviano-171 First row: D. Petrich, P. Doyle, D. Fitz- gerald, E. Nugent, N. Quinn, S. Foehr, D. Alexander, A. Donato. Second row: D. Papp, G. Dohrman, A. Chagoll, F. Ashcroft, P. Karb, M. Bernsley, J. Mc- Guire, R. Cornwell, R. Nesi. Mr. Pollock-174 First row: P. Johnson, K. Culkin. Second row: J. Mendes, J. Mason, M. Dunford, D. Reynolds, S. Max, J. Pooley, K. Jones, S. Tesher. Third row: N. McKeon, P. Rutlin, B. Mahin, T. Martin, G. Frank, E. Kane, J. Hoffman. Mr. Snow-175 First row: B. Wilson, V. Tong, C. Walsh, V. Nugent, D. Fuller, S. Foster, S. Met- calf, W. Fitzpatrick. Second row: D. Pas- cale, R. Hazel, J. Polowchena, P. Fagan. F. Coughlin, S. Driscoll, D. Wallace. H. Draffen. or 221' -rf .I V A4 N .ffl elif ,ll Mark Helmus Page 798 Thomas Smith Vice President Laura Chamberlin Treasurer President CLASS OF 1972 Julio Silvestri Sponsor Charles Crape Historian Linda George Secretary Nancy Padden Social Chairman CLASS OF 1972 Sophomores-as Seniors, we can look back on those gay, naive days and smile. Self-assured and confident in Jr. High because you are the "upper- classmen", your dream world is shattered come September and your first day in the Sr. High. By that time, though, you have undoubtedly heard all the fictitious reports of unsociable upperclassmen, unfair teachers, and deliberately unintelligible rules and regulations. Despite the official greeting in the lobby proclaiming, "Welcome Sophomores", you don't feel the least bit welcome. Halls, a mass of con- fusion, seem to be a maze of never-ending passages. You're positive your next class has been scheduled in a non-existent room. However, this dire state of affairs does not last for long. After the first week, you know which teachers don't check attendance and you manage to come up with the most imaginative excuses to get out of gym. Sophomore Orientation Assembly was held on September 10. You were told what was expected of you and what the next three years held in Store. Dur- ing the Magazine Drive, your class sold the most sub- scriptions which contributed to your class treasury. You become involved with a myriad of sports, clubs and committees and performed remarkably well. Then came those two grueling days of SCAT and STEP exams. How can you ever forget? Chaos existed at the Student Store as you cut classes to get those long-awaited CLASS RINGS! Cries of "Turn mine, turn mine" could be heard in every classroom and corridor until each ring was turned 72 times. You are a part of G.C. tradition. You finished the year perhaps a little more indi- vidually developed and better prepared to face the challenges of two more years of G.C. life. We, the "Class of '7O", extend to you, the "Class of '72", our very best wishes for continued success. Miss Pantin-102 First row: B. Steffans, D. Simon, A. Fal- lon, J. Schroeder, C. Coffey. Second row: W. Childs, A. Burke, K. McNally, D. Zembruski, J. Olsen. Mr. Genna-108 First row: M. Ruettinger, V. Scharff, C. Schuster, C. Sullivan, S. Buckley, P. ln grassia, L. A. Zepczyk, M. Brooks, E. Carnevale, A. Zornberg, M. J. Duffy. Second row: R. Blake, R. Fortney, K Anderson, J. Whitney, G. Petrie, G. Pal kot, J. Bernhard, M. Burke, R. Dilling ham, R. Wydler, T. Gewert. T Pi as A A lVlr. Bruni-123 First row: J. Mulvaney, A. LaGattuta, J. Kramer, B. Corvetti, K. Knapp, S. Gaus- ted, E. Collins. Second row: R. Zehnder, D. Roy, P. Eggers. Mr. David-124 First row: C. Cuddihy, B. LaGattuta, P. Braun, D. Demeter, P. Cullen, S. Too- mey, L. Chamberlin, C. Kopf. Second row: B. Stark, P. Higgins, C. Crumley, C. MacHarg, P. Gray, L. Bryan, B. De- Groot, R. Cornacchia, B. Byerley. Third row: R. Dalzell, R. Wall, M. Christman, N. Forgione, T. Smith, R. Tate, J. Nicko- loff, J. Anderson, W. Brown, J. Baroni, G. Murray. Miss Gonya-125 First row: A. Krecko, N. Martini, P. Miele, E. Salvie, B. Nobles, D. Dalzell, H. Smythe. Second row: D. Dittrich, C. Lum, M. DiMaria, M. Turner, M. Maggio, N. Hundemann, G. Ketigian. Third row: R. Doremus, D. Theoharides, B. Whit- tier, A. Griffis, K. Kenna, L. Sygulski. D. Kroessler. Nlrs. Asher-127 First row: E. Walsh, M. Johnston, G. Venables, C. Pacoione, P. Mulene, N. Johnson. Second row: E. Awe, M. Dono- van, J. Wallick, E. Clarkson, M. Earley, C. Bonelli, L. VanMeter, N. Padden. Third row.' M. Johnson, D. Donovan, S. Edwards, M. Strickland, C. Seiferth, D. Rhodes, T. Procelli, J. Golden. Mr. McGowan-128 First row: M. Digan, M. Mullen, L. Springstun, J. Sim, M. Fedyn, E. Farley, L. Maiorca, M. O'Donnell. Second row: J. Galaska, R. Schauf, D. Nicklin, J. Puk, J. Hoesel, B. Parks, B. Richardson, J. Randi, J. Sorahan, H. Vila, M. McGovern. Page 200 Mrs. Lynn-132 First row: A. Franson, J. Andre. Second row: J. Flanagan, N. Gagliardo, D. Find- ley, M. Olsen, K. Lewis, J. Dickenson, E. Henning, L. George. Third row: T. Mulroney, J. Peel, M. Metcalf, T. Patter- son, P. Takach, J. Petrie, G. Tobias, M. Sheridan, R. Murphy, R. Meurer, J. Lucca. Miss Reybine-138 First row: B. Smithson, J. Wright, N. Gagliardo, J. Harper, M. Harrison, A. Vecchio, S. Hegn, C. DeLucia, C. Nor- man, L. VanMeter. Second row: J. La- verdiere, J. Hillman, W. Pender, J. Ne- delka, J. Bertonis, J. McAleese, P. De- May, R. McDonough. Mr. Formisano-140 First row: V. Jackson, D. Graf, J. Big- gane. Second row: S. Kenny, C. Behrer, M. LoPresti, P. Cuddy, D. Cordes, J. Carmosino, S. Boger, C. Conroy, B. Byer- ley. Third row: N. Ernst, L. Eggers, R. Stritzinger, J. Donoghue, J. Byrne, W. Hollis, T. Stair. Mrs. Schnaubelt-144 First row: D. Kiernan, M. Baumann, R. Lallas, E. Kraus, K. Santry, D. Prinzi, C. Pullman. Second row: S. Mangia, C. Busada, R. MacLeod, J. Judge, M. Pohle, S. Wallach, J. McEntee, J. Moore, W. Carpou. Third row: T. O'Connor, C. Gil- bert, R. Casey, F. lngegno, C. Crape, B. Childs, S. Jounakos, J. Christfield, J. McLaughlin. Miss Wasserman-159 First row: P. Magliato, D. Stockton, K. McParland, E. Lyons, S. Weiss, B. Mc- cabe, J. Walsh. Second row: E. Walb, P. Harris, K. Oravec, M. Olthius, R. O'Hare, J. Rick, M. Youngkin, N. Van- Praag. Third row: D. Merrihew, B. Quinn, D. McManus, M. Guliani, S. Yanuszka, D. Schaus, R. O'Neill, A. Stiles, J. Townsend. .,,Z:3,f'f .wie Qc 1 f 2 whoa , 'W ,' is4,,,,,t .1 hi 4 ft f 1 . 51 , l 4 N. giiff Page 202 ., 3 Mrs. Bauer-170 First row: J. Enderle, M. Duffy, D. Eul ner, S. Meaney, P. Hickey, M. Notter Second row: S. Fitzgerald, M. J. Beagan C. Meyer, J. Paradiso, R, Mead, L Hutchinson, J. Duvall. Third row: J Richburg, T. South, J. Chiafair, M. Bat taglia, M. Greenwald, T. Appell, S. Bar rera, T. Marohn. Mr. Hordlow-172 First row.' P. Gray, L. Prestyly, C. Mao Harg, M. Molter, K. Olvany, K. Stacom C. Coffey. Second row: E. Leninger, E Oliver, S. Morton, J. Forker, G. Carno vos, P. Small, J. Stenard, P. Ludwig Third row: T. Morrissey, E. Maher, D Smith, S. Mahoney, W. Trenkle, T. Ear- ing, J. Brody, Fi. Petrie, J. Graham, D. Vanderbilt. IVIr. Ewing-173 First row: V. Lynch, A. lVlarrin, C. Coffey. Second row: A. Phillips. J. Owesny, D. Cox, C. Culley, D. Herbert, L. Colahan, D. Rossi, D. Garrigan, B. Bellinger. Third row: R. Bentley,'R. Gardner, B. Kamras, E. Gibbons, R. D'Addario, B. Ketchern, P. Bruni, W. Connor, K. Kuminski, Nl. Riley, Nl. Livingston, VV. Keegan. iris' Mr. Badger-205 First row: S. Kavan. Second row: E Steinbugler, S. Specht, J. Heilsahorn, lf. Camesas, A. Bassanl, C. Alston, G. Ven- ables, D. Stone, S. Tiger, C. Bach, J. Heiselman. Third row: E. Schmidt, J. Swords, K. Braaten, A. Schneider, R. Brevoort. C. Candiotti, B. Fay, S. Tang, P. Gubner. NJ Q., . X 5 C6 -r fr l lVIr. Kirsty-176 First row: E. Edwards, L. Byrne, Nl. Lo son, K. Jones, D. Seeley. L. Pitisano, J. Schwaner. Second row: E. Hamill, L. Kageff, D. Koegel, S. Herbert, P. Bren nan, D. DiTicco, P. Gray, L. Herrlin Third row: R. Nlalfetano. R. Lithen, R Nlentzel, S. Main, D. Bean, B. Mortensen P. Buck. S. Witalis, D. Fenty. . vw ,751-, AX 'N sr I vs.: x Z ,ff "S4:3.,,,A ' 'A lf, Q f L, , . J , fi' ' , 1 1 jf 4 M 24 V 1 f yy R ' M' Do you see what I see ?? W f , ,E They're from M Y department, too W., , v KSN !'7 .T 412: K we if fff ik-A , 7 ,V ' fiiffff '90 , , What kind of an example is that? X What can you expect ? No matter what you do to me, I 'll NE VER tell. I ,Z . ,S ff' ' , A -A, Y V ,H H AD ,, EO O Q Will somebody please get me out of here ?!! 1 f , ff f fa, , , may ' 7 Va' Z I QJYW M W rf , 7 NVIV tk I ff , f f fo , f ff!-'nffl 7 V, . K 6 V ' ffm' , ,, Hi there!! .1...n..3-.. , , fr 7.415 H , .xy get 1, fg W., 1- Jfw., f , f 47, 0 -Us 'I J.1ua'm H35 Y ON THE .-., Q-v lf" px ROOF" X G f ADVERTISING X S f fff ml I! .,,.. f 1 f .C. Sandwich Shop , ALIAS c 1 Greasy Spoon . HOURS 1 If , " fl I f , 1' X 1 ,'.,. ,, . w 1, y pe, TJ 1 , ii V " 'Q . ,fi r N' 'S ' PM Mwgegiffs ..,,, Q 'f. J: 5? X ! 5 1? P- 'M if ,- 5. L 11 Wif i q 4 f -2,1 -ff! . viii .,... ,' ,"7f,Y , , , QL . - 35. i'U::i.5"' W 1, wi ? V.,' fi Z? 'Gi - 1 W v 1' .- 1 , giga- iw Q 4 Q rv 4 L V , 532, 'V , . ,g 4 X ,Rm-ff--' if-if A N 'ily - .3415 ' v 'K "yy, 'f'5",.-2 ' -15,4 rf"'q.Eff Kyvzwni if 'ini-. . W- ,V p 3 gifyf - E,w,.q.,' I 2?-,f y :K ,if fsiff ,W,'h,,l, 1. ' ' f G iii!! V HMA ,L feb 7 f 1 . 1 fx? , f 'P-M. WJ? if f 1 S351 , c 3 J Q 1. Q 4 ev ,. ,,yN- -, ' FY' J "i:f'2f' ' 'Q A W , x ,Z L gm: .5- Q- V' f ,..f Qff'1,'5z, ie, .qv Q.. ' , ff an m qv R Vg 6 I A 5 ' if K fm , A " 1 4 lf, ,V f A I' W '1 9 vw X 1 A r , A is V f' ' L -. u. 1 VVHH Heariiesl Congratulations To All 1970 Gracfuates from RALPH RQSSANQ Omcial Photographer for THE 1970 MAST Q7 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET HEMPSTEAD, N. Y, Phone Ivanhoe 9-5555 Page 207 Page 208 THE HOUSE OF VISION, Craftsmen in Qpiics Seventeen Omces Serving tI1e INIetropoIitan Area I H. PENNY, INC. 5-10 I:ranI4Iin Ave. INC. COUNTRY ARTS IN FLOWERS INC Garden City, N. Y. H530 IDI 6-7577 JOHN WULFORST 555 I'IernpsteacI Tpke. West I-Iempstead, N. Y ivanhoe 5-5565 Compliments of HAZEL C. SIVIYTHE, ReaItor 2 Qmces To Serve You 969 FRANKLIN AVENUE 59 NEW HYDE PARK ROAD FIorence IVICGOICIUCIQ Theresa GaIIagI1er Pat Jones DougaII C. Eraser Jr. Jane Stewart Dorothy Carosini Pl 1-4640 Dorothy Duggan Anne 0Iiver Norma Reed IVIitza Von Darnm Anthony IaaIJruzzo Diane Seifert PR 5-5225 THE SIVIYTHE TRAVEL AGENCY SI1irIey Ambrosini SI1eiIa Pearce Mary Barrette Kay IVIcEntee Diana Smythe PI 1-5566 The friendliest ogices in town A h.,,Q:, . :f,,A ,- Af -2-iaesw 1 BARD ST. EERNARDS AKC REGISTERED ST. BERNARD. PUPPIES STUD SERVICE GEORGE J. AND PATRICIA A. COSTIGAN 1458 RHODE AVENUE NQRTH MERRICK, NEW YGRK 11566 516-625-8512 Peop1e "Going P1acesH Call ADMIRAL TRAVEL BUREAU 945 Fran1c1in Avenue Garden City, New York 11530 PI 1-4711 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS GF 1970 THE GARDEN CITY TEACHERS ASSQCIATIQN , , I-,-.-ight... 516 Pi 7-4170 For the Look You Love and the Attention GARDEN CITY ART SHOP You Are Accustomed To: Pictures ' Picture Frames ADDY GOODE, INC. Photo Frames ' Artists Supplies 990 FranIcIin Ave. Garden City, Is. I. Pl 7-0850 640 I:"ranIcIin Avenue Near Post Office IVIATTHEW INSOGNA Garden City, N. Y. DeaIers in Fine Art - Distinctive Framing Cornplimenls of H. L. GROSS 5 BRO. INC. GARDEN CITY GALLERIES, Ltd. 935 I:ranIcIin Avenue lewglers Smeg 1910 Garden City, N. Y. 11530 815 FranIqIin Avenue 15161 Pl 1-0877 PATRicK I'I. JAMES Garden City, N. Y. 11530 Qpen Tues, - Sat, Ctass of 1958 HOWARD GROSS C5161 747-6666 Poge 27 Page 212 JEWELS BY REMUE Compliments of Craftsman Designer for Fine fewelry AD'RlAN A- KUHN 103 Seventh Street ADRIAN A. KU1-IN Une Nassau Blvd. Garden City, N, Y, PI 1-7733 Real Eslale Garden City, N. Y. 11550 VERGA HAIR STYLISTS, INC. For Appointment Call 656 Franklin Avenue Q48-8593 Garden City, N. Y. RAY - RAI-I CLASS GF 170 CH 8-8888 FRANKLIN DRUGS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Prescriptions BeryI Barmore Janet Madigan Tina Brasetn Janet Iviendes Patty Eggers EIeanor Monaco Sue Foster Katie Scott H2 Seventh Street Betty I'Iorstrneyer Cathy Stuart Gafden City Jan Jaeger Adele Tiara For Ciioice Garden City Properties See: I CLASS OF 1970 FRANCIS B. WILSON Z Realty ' 171 Seventh St., Garden City Pl 6-1563 -I Residentiai SaIes CommerciaI Industriat Management FRANKLIN at NINTH ' PI 6-2222 AppraisaIs Insurance Page 21 Page 274 The Bank for Business and Savings ational Bank of orth America MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION For a Fine Wedding, Birthday, Party or Ice Cream Cake - STOP AT - REISTE,RER'S BAKERIES 282 Hempstead Ave. - Teh: IV 1-7656 West Hempstead, I.. I. 218 Henry Street - Teh: IV 1-6006 Hempstead, In. I. Shopping Center 96 Seventh Street - Te-I,: PI 1-0030 Garden City, L. I. MARIO - PETTIT COIFFURE DESIGNS Qpen Monday through Saturday uit 6 nm. Gpen Thursday Evenings nil 8 pnq. 248-3850 754 I:ranIcIin Avenue Garden City BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OE 70 THE GARDEN CITY PARENT-TEACHER ASSUCIATICDN Pioneer 6-2504 Headquarters for Garden City High School Jewelry 747 Franklin Avenue Garden City, N. Y. GARDEN CITY JEVVELERS House of Charms Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry - Silver Q 10 SPORTSMANSHIP X Xe ,GH SCHOOX' CGNGRATULATIQNS TQ THE CLASS OE 1970 APPRECIATICDN IS EXPRESSED EGR THE LQYAL SUPPORT TO OURPPRQGRAM BY THE STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS GARDEN SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY 668-670 Fran1c1in Ave. Near 7t11 Street Garden City, N. Y. P1oneer 7-5520 An Entire Building Devoted To Personalized Laundry Service! wig:-'P "fr 4' L .,., P1oneer 6-4050 DAVENPORT PRESS, INC. Commercia1 and Putnhcation Printers Since 1924 70 Main Stree Mineo1a, N. Y. Te1.: Ploneer 7-1422 - 1423 TOWN MEAT MARKET "Meats of Quality" CHARLES B. MARINO JOHN T. PAULI t Prime Meats, Pou1try, Frozen Foods 65 Fish 150 7t11 Street Garden City, N. Y. Poge 217 FRANKELIS 0 Garden City 0 I'IicIcsviIIe 0 Massapequa Park 0 iiunuagea 0 SmitI1I1avenIVIaII Cornpiete Auto Service A Texaco Dealer IVIOPAK SERVICE CENTER, INC. Asia for Mike or Phil FranI4Iin Ave. 5' 7tI1 Street Garden City, N. Y. 11550 Phone 45165 Q48-1166 BROWN -HARTER CADILLAC, INC SaIes - Service - Parts "Long Islanafs Leading Cadillac Dealeru IV 5-6600 I'IernpsteacI, N. Y. Page 218 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 170 ABRAHAM AND STRAUS Garden City Hempstead Brooklyn Boloylon Huntington 1 Fog 279 Page 220 IDIoneer I-4484 PIoneer 1-4485 NEPTUNE PHOTO INC. Cameras 5' Supplies 657 Fra-1nIcIin Avenue Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 7-2900 Photo FiIes HUBBELL 8- KLAPPER INC. Serving Garden City Since 1919 COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICES ResicIentiaI - IncIustriaI Commercial - Business Properties 65 HiIton Avenue Garden City, N. Y. 444 . HUEBELL, KLAPPER AND GQQDELL GGTLQFEIZ ITLSLLVCLTLCQ 65 HILTON AVENUE GARDEN CITY, N. Y. Ploneer 7-2905-4 CAN IVAN BROS. INC. 166 7th Street Garden City, L. 1. 11530 I lrHd H Glass - Electrical Supplies 747-5060 Page 227 Page 222 "PAINTS OF BEAUTY" 05.5.59 ' Distinctive Wallpapers ' ' Dutch Boy Paints ' 114 - 7th Street Garden City, N. Y. P1oneer 2-3199 WILLIAM LANE Fine Foods - Fruiterers Tet P1oneer 6-1480 - 1481 101 Seventh Street Garden City, N. Y. Best Wishes MR. and MRS. RENE F. OHLER Best Wishes to the C1ass of '70 TELFEYAN CARPET 108 Seventh St. Garden City, N. Y. Garden Citys Only Carpet Specialty Shop GARDEN CITY REAL ESTATE BOARD THE THREE Cys TO BETTER BUY OR SELL A HQME COQPERATION - CQMPETITION - CIRCULATIGN For Complete Coverage S98 Cl BOCUYJ M8mb9V 11. C. K. Stuc1We11 Agency 117 NORTH AVENUE P1oneer Thomas J. Mo11oy, Jr. 662 FRANKLIN AVENUE Pioneer Robert 13. 1rWin 745 FRANKLIN AVENUE Pioneer 1-1u1919e11 and K1apper 1nC. 65 1'11LP1-,GN AVENUE 131oneer Francis B. Wi1son 171 SEVENTH STREET P1oneer 6-7077 7-2010 7- 1 300 7-2900 6- 1565 Page 223 Page 224 GARDEN CITY MUSIC CENTER, INC. Records - Sheet Music - Piano Rolls Sctmirmer Library NoreIco G BeII Er I'IoweII Cassette Recorders CoIor TeIevision - RCA - Zenith - Andrea Cassette 5 8 Track Tapes Scott-Fisher Stereo - ConsoIes Sr Compacts Sony - Buiova - TeIefunIcen Radios Musical Instruments 5 Instruction Cor. Franldin Ave. Er Seventh St., Garden City PI 7-2211 I3Ioneer 7-2588 PARAGON CLEANERS Same Day Service Stain SpeciaIists 156 - 7tI1 Street Garden City, N. Y. Compliments of IVlAR'S PHARMACY 152 - 7tI1 Street Garden City, N. Y. PIoneer 1-8050 Furs by George Poulos 970 FranIcIin Avenue, Garden City, New York Ploneer 6-4784 SWITCH T0 SUBURBIH TUBHY. .. IT PHYS 81 PHYS X: PHYS! HAPPY WALK SHGES sAvE'BY'MA'L' we my Poms b th y Stride-Rite - Sandler - Spalding .- Bass Weejuns -1 U BIA Q -1 Y fp. Ulf, U-' E 927 Franklin Ave. 0KWEOFHC0lFl.AllLlNkVE.,GAl0EN crnr,u.v.1ns-an 1' Y Garden City' N, Y, unanoox-soum nuunncrou-uscsrux openDuly9AwLw4r.M.,fviday9A.M.mnr.M. "WHEl.E YOUR MONEY IS ALWAYS ALWAYS AVAILABLE' RW! annex'-wk-4. Ploneer 7-0185 Open Tues. to 9:30 ARISTA FURS 937 Franldin Ave. JOHN I. KORDES Garden City, N. Y. Page 225 Page 226 GARDEN CITY ITALIAN KITCHEN RESTAURANT AND PIZZA PIoneer 6-5512 6642 658 Franklin Avenue Garden City, N. Y. CHU Your Order REINKE'S FLORIST It WiII Be Ready When You Arrive 741-4142 Gr Eat It Here 225 Second Street Pizza Iyy Shoe 25? Mineola, N. Y. DeIivery 254 Minimum 0rcIer 31.50 6:00 to 9:00 Qpen Sundays CQMPLIMENTS OF DQUBLEDAY AND CQIVIPANY, INC. 501 FRANKLIN AVE. GARDEN CITY, N. Y. PHONE PI Q-8280 Dry Air Cold ' Storage BARBATSULY EROS. F ine Fur Repairing and Remodeling 1046 ERANKLIN AVENUE ' GARDEN CITY, N. Y. GARDEN CITY BOOKSHOP 186 SeventI1 Street Garden City, N. Y. BUDDY RUSSELL . . . Qgers You . . .'IqI1e Finest in BowIing GARDEN CITY BOWL 50 AIVII: AUTOMATIC IDINSIDOVIVIIERS Featuring a I:uII SeaIe Restaurant anrI tI'1e Garden CorI4taiI Lounge Piano NigI'1tIy - Trio on Friday and Saturday Nassau Couniyys Ixfost Conveniently Loealerl Bowling Center BOB BAIRD, Gen. Mgr. I3Ioneer 7-8805 987 Stewart Avenue Garden City, N. Y. Page 2 CONGRATULATIQNS TQ THE 'QKJGRALHMYNCWJCLASS FROM THE High School Fashion Board SAKSFHWT1AVENUE to the Class of 70 May you enjoy Good Health Wealth and much Happlness 1n the Wonderful Long years ahead Island Trust Q ti, NIAST 1970 MAST STAFF-Left to right: G. Lauro, R. Schnappauf, J. Hermanson, K. Scott, C. Stuart, M. L. Fuerst, J. Mazzari, S. Macintosh, R. Zinke, D. Clapp, C. Jenks, B. Cuddy, V. Guinan, L. Abbott, E. Dieringer, M. Massaglia, A. Emmenegger, S. LeBars. As final deadlines approach, the Mast staff finds it difficult to look on this past year objectively. Through faded memories of last fall with unreturned proofs and senior vvrite-ups, of hours spent on Garden City sidewalks selling advertising, of the fated January day set aside for Activity pictures, of approaching every obstacle with courage and tenacity, vve anxiously await the publication of the 1970 Mast. The Mast task, which began with the election of editors last spring, has turned out to be a "never- say-die" experience. The staff has succeeded in forg- ing on tovvard completion under any adverse condi- tion ispecifically, deadlinesl. With a little help from foresight, imagination, dedication and our friends, Mast 1970 is destined to be the best ever. And hovv could it have ended othervvise? Guided by the patience and organization of Mary Lou Fuerst and the optimistic humor of Jerry Mazzari, and the talented hand of Sue LeBars, the job of putting out a yearbook has turned out to be more fun than chore. The many other editors and staff members have all produced while vvorking against all odds and under every pressure. Weary and battle-scarred, vve have submitted the final copy and the last picture. We, the staff, vvill novv hold our breath with Mr. Chiavoli, our sponsor, avvaiting final results. Poge 230 THE 1970 MAST STAFF Editors-in-Chief Mary Lou Fuerst Jerry Mazzari Art Editors Sue LeBars Steve Obrenski Art Assistants Sandy Wright Mary Ann Neilson Nikki Alexander Maria Massaglia Senior Write-Ups Valerie Guinan Richard Zinke Activity Editors Katie Scott Richard Hughes Boys' Sports Editor Gerry Lauro Girls' Sports Editor Cathy Stuart Photography Editors Paul Salvie John Hermanson Shep Rainie Photographers Mark Landsman John O'Toole Alice Joye Don Monsees Bob Kelterborn Business Managers Sue Maclntosh Brian Cuddy Advertising Editors Anne Emmenegger Dexter Senft Cover Design Jim Garnett Autographs This Yearbook printed by lckes Annuals, incorporated. Clifton and Nutiey, N. J. page 231 Pcge 232 "ln the swift rush of great events, we find ourselves groping to know the full sense and meaning of the times in which we live. ln our quest of understanding, we beseech God's guidance. We summon all knowledge of the past and we scan all signs of the future: We bring all our wit and will to meet the question: how far have we come in man's long pilgrimage from darkness to light? Are we nearing the light-a day of freedom and of peace for all mankind. . . ?" -inaugural Address DWIGHT D. EISENHOVVER-1953 Ofticidl NASA Photo 9 qw, 1V N 1'1 111' 1,11 1 1 . . 1 ,- 1 .1 - . 1 111 - , 1 ' l' 1 1 ' 1 1 - , ,1 .11 '1 1- , 11:1 . V1 .11 1,1 1,1 1 111 1, 1 1- . 1 11 1 ,1,. 1 1 1 1 .. 1 1 1 1, W 111.31 13. ,1111 1 5.1 111 1 11 1 1' Y 1- '1.'. 1 1 1 A 1. V 1, 1 V. 1. A.. .17 1 '111 , 1 '1 11 '1,X1 1 1,-ff ' 1-'1 1 1:1'S' 1 '1 71 1 r'11 " 'f '1 '1 .' 1, ,1". Q1' 'mf'-1, 1 11 I' 1'1.' 11 1 151127, K1 1' , 1- ' ' 1' 1 11 1 Y 1 , 1 - 1 ,, 1 .: 1 , - -11 W 1 , W 1A. 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