Garden City High School - Mast Yearbook (Garden City, NY)
- Class of 1982
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o the outsider, the class of 1982 might
seem a vast, homogenous bod y,'
however, in actuality, the class is composed
of individuals, each with unique interests,
abilities, and beliefs, and each a separate
piece of the whole, be it our grade, school,
town, state, country, or universe.
Our lives are also composed of separate
pieces. These high school years have shaped
us into free-thinking, distinct individuals.
Through the separate aspects of the school,
the activities, sports, social events, friends,
- music, art, and academics, the veil of con-
formity which surrounded the earliest piece
of our lives, our youth, has been shed. Our
experiences and interactions during our
years as students will greatly influence the
latter stages of our lives, our adulthood.
b something animate shifts the significance
from a group to individuals. EWU we want to be remembered as one macrocosm,
or as the separate entities that we really are? As the class of 1982, we have con-
tinually worked together as a whole, but simultaneously each of us has developed
a unique identity.
Still, if we want to continue this analogy, we can allude to the title of john
Knowles' novel. Like Gene and Phineas, we, too, are nearing the end of our high
school careers and must, within ourselves, find a "separate peace ' that will
prepare us in our inevitable transformation into adulthood.
Of course, being a separate piece of
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ART AT G.C.H.S.
A Monday night in May of 1980 marked the gala opening
of "Garden City High School's New Look." Under the direc-
tion of art instructor Charles Morrongiello, over 100
students, many of whom are of the class of 1982, set out to
paint the school building - leaving their marks of in-
dividuality on our school by way of original murals. In addi-
tion, a lobby art gallery was constructed and lockers were
painted bright blues, yellows and reds. The courtyard,
renamed "A Garden Plaza," was furnished with a pond, at-
tractive shrubbery, park benches, and various creative pieces
of sculpture to reflect the famous restful and lush gathering
spots of Manhattan. In the words of Mr. Morrongiello, "This
creative project was accomplished by the art students
through their love, understanding, security, professionalism
and friendship which made this project a true artistic
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When I wake up
It will be November
The leaves will be gone
The birds will have
I will live my life A
On the inside
I live in
The soul I dwell in
It is time to sleep
But this time
I will not awake
I will sleep inside
The innermost room
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The Iunior-Senior Prom of 1981, "The Best
of Times," signified the beginning of our final
year at the Garden City High School. Held at
the Huntington Townhouse on a hot and
rainy Friday evening, Iune 19, the prom was
an occasion of sadness but at the same time
one of laughter. We gathered together to say
"farewell" and "good luck" to our friends
who would be graduating on Sunday, and
likewise, to celebrate our emergence as high
school seniors. True, before and after the
prom, couples functioned separately, going to
cocktail parties, and later, enjoying intimate
company. However, during the prom,
members of our grade, along with up-
perclassmen and faculty, congregated on the
dance floor, in the lobbies, and at the tables,
for one of the few moments during our high
school careers when we would function as a
whole - the class of 1982.
The summer of 1981 came and went quickly, as sum-
mers have a habit of doing. Garden City students spent
the three months of freedom in a multitude of ways.
While some engaged in the traditional seasonal activities
such as beaching, partying, and relaxing, many students
entertained themselves by traveling. Several spent the
summer abroad, while others remained at home main-
taning summer jobs. A few students even decided to
broaden their academic horizons by attending various
education-related institutions, ranging from science
research at exclusive Roswell Park, to Regents Chemistry
at the less selective "Camp Mineola." Despite the diversi-
ty of activities, it is agreed that the summer was a much-
needed, and indispensable piece of last year.
The 1981 Garden City High School
Homecoming was a memorable part
of the past year, and was notably
more festive than that of the
previous year. Perfect weather, a
relatively smooth parade, and a
triumphant football victory marked
Cars and floats, representing the
various high school clubs and
classes, participated in the parade, as
well as a mysterious Trojan, who
scared little children along the route.
Despite the traditional fender
benders, and assorted injuries, the
procession advanced spiritedly.
The football team, cheered on
toward victory by the highly en-
thusiastic crowd, shut out a strong
Long Beach team 14-0. At halftime,
Steve Alfieri and Claire Mullooly
were awarded the titles of
Homecoming King and Queen
Krespectivelyj. Amidst the festivities,
the Garden City High School foot-
ball field was formally dedicated to
Coach Warren King, com-
memorating his 41 years of service.
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God invented weekends so that Seniors Could
vent their frustrations. Parties are the ultimate
release for many, and whether they be intimate
gatherings of a few close friends, band initia-
tions, cast parties, Grecian functions, or an
overflow of students carousing at an "open
house," these events are the ones that most of
us Will reflect upon fondly later in life.
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No school is truly a school until it is brimming
with students, The halls of Garden City High School
are empty at night - if a book fell, there would be
no noise, if a bell rang, there would be no sound
With the rise of the sun the school doors are opened
and the first signs of life start to trickle into the
building, No one yells yet, out of respect for the ag
ing walls, but soon the buses arrive and lockers are
slammed shut, the cafeteria is packed, and
homework is copied. Then the first bell rings
"Off to homeroom!" "C'mon, let's go now!" These
phrases shift the day into fourth gear, as halls burst
into technicolor, smokers stomp out their cigarettes
and people run to homeroom, dodging bodies left
and right. Then, with patriotism and precision, the
Pledge of Allegiance is emotionally and dutifully
recited. More bells follow as the day continues. The
governing bodies go to work, teachers take to the
blackboards, athletes flex their muscles intellectuals
seek refuge in the library, and everyone else drives
off to Burger King. Then as quickly as the day began
it ends with yet another bell. Throngs of people
empty out of the school with a holler which slowly
subsides to a hush. The school walls sigh, and a
mouse scurries across the floor,
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lndisputably, the faculty has acted as one of our major influences throughout our
stay at the Garden City High School, ranging from our guidance counselors, to our
teachers and hall monitors. Our interactions, though not always harmonious, have
gradually transformed us into free-thinking, responsible individuals. By offering
knowledge, insight, demerits, and detentions, the faculty has shaped our high
school years, and has indirectly shaped our futures.
Teachers have traditionally varied in styles and temperaments. Garden City has
its share of young and old, wise and semi-senile, stern and lenient. Though their
characters have varied as much as the subjects they have taught, each has offered
something special and unique, and each has influenced us in some way.
Aside from teachers, the administrative branch of the faculty has affected each
student, either positively or negatively. Administering both aid and censure, the
main office staff has patterned our conduct - physical and mental. The guidance
department has offered indispensable assistance in selecting programs of study and
in the often confusing college selection process.
We owe many thanks to the faculty of the Garden City High School, whose in-
fluence will be felt throughout the rest of our lives.
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Principal Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Robert Gardner
Bernard Allen Walter E. Lawder
Assistant Principal Assistant Principal
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Standing: Mr. Walker, Mr. Tacchi, Dr. Hestonp Seated: Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs.
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. Walter Nelson
. Donald Richards
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Deahng, wxth mayor events of the past and present, the
Socxal Studxes Department devotes xtself to the tracmg of
the governmental, economic, socxal, and cultural
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1 Chfford Hordlow
2 Dr Roder1cBeaul1eu
3 Frederic Brxller
4 Earl Ewing
5 Robert Kenney
6 Charles Kirsty
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2 Donald Bennetter
3 Carmine Brunx
4 Dr Pierre Chanover
5 joseph Genna
6 Udo Guddat
7. Carlo Mazarese
8. joan McAteer
9. Ellen Solomon
10. Alden Sonander
The Language Department, under the sutpervision of Mark
Levine, is designed to make students pro icient in the four
language skills -- listening, speaking, reading, and writing
-- and to give the student an agpreciation of other peoples
and cultures. Courses are offere in Italian, French, German,
Latin, and Spanish at Regents and honors levels, and Adv
vanced Placement courses are offered in French, German,
and Spanish. Conversational French and Spanish coursesrare
also offered to juniors and seniors. In the last five years,
enrollment in language courses has been steadily increasing,
with 8521 of the student body involved with the oppor?
tunities provided by the Language Departments l ,L
1 Robert Allen
4 Warren Kmg
5 Loretta Stefek Frelden
Encouragmg the student to parncxpate 1n 3fhI8t1CS 1n an ef
fort to achleve and mamtaln physmal fxtness IS the prlmary
goal of the PhyS1Ca1 Educatwn Department The mam em
phasw is on carry over sports whxch are taught 1n the hope
of bemg useful to the student later 1n hfe An eiectwe
system an which the student may choose the sport h w1shes
to m gzves hun tl3gplgpportun1ty to paruglgggfe m a
sports each quarfeifsome mdoor somefioutdoor
Mr. Rebert Allen IS the Department s competent Chairman.
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The Health Department cemprmsecl of Natalie Horton
Patncxa Broderick and Nurse Ellen McAuley as contmually
stnvmg to provlde a curnculum mcludmg vanous top1cs
that 1n some way relate to the development of the mdwxdual
m modern society Due to the fact that the health SCIENCES
lncludmg the medxcal scxences are becommg more
desmrable levels of health wflli become more complex
well as more effectlve The health course offered by the
school seeks to reuse and hopefully answer questxons about
modern health care and the health sclences
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The Home Econozmcs Department offers courses wlnch
three year sequence mcludes courses m the areas of Num
hon Textxles Consumerism Parentzng and Chlld Develop
ment Attent1on IS also gwen to spemalty areas such as Inter
natzonal Foods and Clothmg Desxgn The Home Econonucs
teacher IS Kathleen Maher
give students the skills they need for daily living. full y
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students the opportunity
to prepare for our com
plex technological society
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Mechanics, Wood Work-
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Energy Studies. Richard
Gagliardi is in charge of
the metal shop, Carl Russo
is in charge of the Wood
Shop, and Richard Bucher
is in charge of the
The Department of In-
in personal expression for
the artist the Fine Arts
as well as interpretation
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art concepts offered in a
wide variety of art classes
which includes an Ad-
vanced Placement course.
Charlie Morrongiello and
Denise Clancy are the
Fine Arts instructors.
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creativity and imitation,
The Choral Musu: Department under the guidance of Dr
Lydxa Morrongxello gxves students an opportunity to pursue
an mterest na smgmg varxous types of musxc zangmg from
classucal te popular by partzcxpatmg In the Madngals
Celestcmes er Concert Chex: The hxghlxght ef thxs years
calendar was Matixngals and Celestones' tour of England
Mr Peter Stenganelll directs me Instrumental Mmm
Department cemprmed of the Concert Bessel Urcheetra
Stage Rani and Iazz Ensemble Exposing students to
assorted forges of musxcal hterature mcluclmg eszfgular rock
gazz and etassxcal these groups perform sesferal tnmes
throw heat the year The band s successful partxcxpatxun tn
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Augustus Schmidt, Head Custodian
Eileen O'Shea, Matron
As our years at Garden City Senior High School come to a close, it is extremely difficult
to give thanks and credit to those who have made our years here very special. Upon reflec-
tion, one man stands apart from all the rest, that man is Mr. Warren King.
Warren King attended high school at Peddie, a prep school in New jersey. Despite his
5'8", 155 lb. frame, he competed in both football and track, and was ultimately named as
an outstanding athlete.
An excellent student, Warren King then proceeded to Dartmouth College, majoring in
History, and again taking part in football and track. He played football, performing as
both punter and halfback, for one of the most renowned college coaches, Earl "Red" Blaik.
In his autobiography, Blaik cites King as one of his superior players. Although he
was elected to the college all-star football team, touring Europe as a member of it as well,
his football expertise was overshadowed by King's brilliant career in track. In track, War-
ren King recorded personal bests of 9.6 seconds in the 100, and 24 feet in the long jump. In
1936, as a sophomore, King ran in one of the several Olympic trials held, running on a vic-
torious 440 relay team, but narrowly missed being selected for the Berlin Olympics Cwhere
Iesse Owens was labeled as Hitler's mentorj. Upon graduation from Dartmouth in 1938,
King moved on to Springfield University to obtain his Masters Degree in Physical Educa-
tion, where he also served as varsity backfield coach.
Hired in the fall of 1940 by Garden City High School, Warren King arrived with
tremendous publicity, as he was widely known for his college football stardom. His debut
in Garden City was a successful one, for he coached his team to its first of many
undefeated football seasons, and was named Nassau Coach of the Year by Newsday.
In 1942, Warren King joined the U.S. Navy, and served aboard a destroyer in the Pacific
during World War II, he then returned to Garden City in 1946, and resumed his coaching
In the late 1940's, Garden City became Long Island's best track team under the guidance
of Warren King, obtaining titles for three consecutive years 11947, 1948, 19493, and setting
a state record of 1:29.6 in the 880 relay. The team of 1949 produced Henry Thresher who,
like King, was a 9.6 sprinter, and a high school All-American. Warren King's over-all track
record at Garden City includes 312 wins, with 21 championships.
The Garden City football teams of the 1950's had an outstanding record of 25 wins in 29
games, with undefeated teams in both 1954 and 1956, as well as another championship in
1957. In 1954, King became the first two-time winner of the Nassau Coach of the Year
award. Since the 1950's, five additional teams have given up only one game per season,
the latest in 1979.
Some of the top players under Warren King continued to play the game of football pro-
fessionally, including Don McCauley C675 of the Baltimore Colts, and Iohn Cervini C713 of
the Detroit Lions.
After a football coaching career totalling forty years, and resulting in 142 victories, War-
ren King retired, and was succeeded in his coaching position by William Dougherty. In
the spring of 1981, the Trojan Club included in its Sports Hall of Fame, comprised of
outstanding former athletes and coaches, Warren King. At Homecoming, in the fall of
1981, the football field was officially christened as "Warren King Field."
N o one in the class of 1982 will ever forget the loyalty and dedication of Warren King.
We thank him for the time and energy he has supplied to better our class, our school, and
Coach King with members of last year's infamous football squad.
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Warren King, All-American track star in the '30's.
In honoring Coach King for his four decades of coaching at Garden City High School, the
Men's Association presented him with his Dartmouth football jersey, number 26, in june,
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Garden City's senior class of 1982 is truly a heterogeneous body. There are some
who are striving for acceptance into the top-notch universities, some Whose raison
d'etre is a winning soccer season, and some who live to party on the weekends. We
have our student council presidents, our football team captains, our yearbook editors,
and our drum majors, cheerleaders, trojanettes, and color guard. We are all in-
dividuals, each possessing unique talents.
Yet, in many ways We are similar. We all come down with "senioritis" at one time
or another. We are not old enough to accept many responsibilities, but not quite
young enough to shun them. We conveniently are old enough to drive, but not
responsible enough to take our brothers and sisters across town. We are old enough to
Work, but aren't quite responsible enough to save any money. We are old enough to
be aware of problems in our World, yet still we are just not experienced enough to be
expected to do anything about them. Yes, seniors represent that which everyone else
older would like to be once again, and what everyone younger can't Wait to be.
As the class of 1982, we began our high school years as ninth graders, although we
technically were not in high school at that time. Under the guidance of Doc Comerford,
our participation and development as a class in student government was initiated. We
entered a car in the traditional Homecoming Parade and eagerly began our task of earn-
ing the money which would be necessary in later years. We greatly enjoyed our elder
status in the junior high school, yet looked ahead to our future in the senior high.
As sophomores, we zealously became involved in the many activities of the high
school. As soon as possible, our class officers were elected. They were: Greg Konner,
President, Claire Mullooly, Vice Presidentg Patti Rueck, Secretary, Kim Keppler, Social
Chairman, Patty Angus, Treasurer, and Rachel O'Brien, Historian. Mr. Wojnar became
our class sponsor, and we set off to our work.
Our first dance was held within the early weeks of the school year. Although it was
both a social and financial failure, we quickly learned from our mistakes. We began
work on our first Homecoming float in the fall, plans were made and designs were
drawn. By Homecoming Saturday, 1979, we were prepared to unveil our masterpiece . . .
a two-sided float with our year on it in
bold red numbers. Our enthusiasm and
spirit were evident throughout the day,
and we were made even happier when
we, the sophomore class, were announced
the winners of the float contest.
The ring committee of the class council
and Tom Murphy, our Iostens ring com-
pany representative, worked arduously in
the fall of 1979 to produce the best possi-
ble design for our class ring. We ordered
our rings in early February, after ponder-
ing styles, sizes, and prices.
On the crisp and clear
evening of March 7, 1980,
the class of 1982 gathered
in the cafeteria to turn
rings at the traditional an-
nual Ring Dance.
The last fund-raising
event of the year was the
screening of the sci-fi film
,tar Alien. This movie grossed
several hundred dollars for
the class treasury, putting
our grade on its fiscal feet.
The junior Class Officers
were elected at the
end of our sophomore
year, so that the new class
council could begin its
work as early as possible.
The new officers were:
Meg Chute, President,
David DeCroot, Vice
Steve Alfieri, Social
Chairmang Patty Angus,
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chose the Huntington Townhouse, in spite
of its interior, for its quality and reputa-
tion. Two bands were selected for prom
entertainment: The Cobis Brothers and
Opus. The menu was determined, the
photographers hired, and the program
designed by the council.
Homecoming 1980 was here before we
knew it, yet the Class of '82 was prepared.
We brought out our float from the
previous year and decided that a little
revitalization was all that it needed. We
decorated our many cars and had a huge
turnout of supportive juniors. For the se-
cond year, our class won the float contest.
Meanwhile council members were selling Garden City sweatshirts at the football game.
We designed the hooded sweatshirts in the traditional colors of maroon and gray, and
the proceeds of the sale helped our treasury grow.
Another movie, The Kids are Alright, was shown by the class in the winter of 1981 to
raise money. The picture was a musical history of the rock and roll group, The Who. A
large turnout of junior high students made the night a financial success for the council,
but a viewing nightmare for the audience. In March, 1981, the annual PTA sponsored
dance was held. The band Syndicate provided the music at the "celebration," and was
able to get everyone out on the dance floor. A good time was had by all.
The council spent the end of junior year working on plans for the upcoming Prom, be-
ing given for the Senior class. Invitations were sent out to all juniors and seniors in late
May, and the guys plucked up their collective courage to ask out those girls of their
dreams for a night to remember. The tickets were sold at a fast pace, even at the steep
price of 845.00 per couple. On Prom night, june 19, 1981, the rain was plentiful but could
not dampen the bright spirits of the crowd. "Dad's good car" had a fresh coat of wax on
as it drove up to the valet in front of the hall. Inside, thelong dresses and pastel tuxedos
were everywhere. The small brandy snifters that our council had chosen as the Prom
souvenir, with the Prom
theme, "The Best of
Times," inprinted on it in
maroon, were given out
early in the evening. By
the end of the evening,
there was doubt as to
whether the chandelier on
the floor below us would
survive the night, such was
the fury of our dancing!
After the Prom, couples
left for early morning par-
ties or strollsf?J on the
The Senior Class of-
ficers were elected in
Iune, 1981. They were:
Patty Angus, Presidentg Eric Neiderrither, Vice Presidentg Lynore Kramer, Social Chair-
mang lean Sweeney, Secretary, and Alison Downing, Treasurer.
Our senior Homecoming arrived in October, 1981, and found most in the stupor of
senioritis. The council got a little lazy with the float, and did nothing to improve on the
job of the previous year. Subsequently we gracefully relinquished the float title to the
Class of 1983. During the week leading up to Homecoming, the grade nominated the
Homecoming Court, with the criterion being service to the class and school. The Court
included Patty Angus, Meg Chute, Kim Keppler, Cathy Lawder, Rosemarie Moringiello,
Claire Mullooly, Steve Alfieri, David DeCroot, Rich Estes, David Lara, Vinnie Mistretta,
and Eric Neiderrither. As a result of balloting by juniors and seniors, Claire and Steve
A were announced as Homecom-
ing Queen and King during
halftime of the football game.
3, Our class also distinguished
itself as the smartest on Long
Island in 1982 and in Carden Ci-
ty history by having an incredi-
ble thirteen National Merit
semi-finalists. This number
bested all other schools in the
area and eclipsed all previous
classes at Carden City as well.
The semi-finalists were Iohn
Beneke, Gabrielle Costello,
Iessica Craner, David DeCroot,
Patricia Diaz, Edgar Friedman,
Susah Koh, Frances Lashen,
Kevin Lynch, Margaret Morgan,
Andrew Mylott, Toshihiko
Saito, and Kenneth Smith.
The senior class dance
was held in mid-October, on
a cold and frosty night. The
dance was a costume party
and all grades were invited.
A disc jockey, AJ. and the
Hit Machine, provided the
music at the function.
The Student Council also
'wa started its busy year under
' t the guidance of Dr. Tarrou.
i The officers were: Steve
Alfieri, Presidentg Iimmy
Criffith, Vice Presidentg
David Lara, Secretary, and
Cathy Lawder, Treasurer.
They organized the Winter
Wonderland, a date dance
that is held annually on the first Saturday of Christmas vacation. From the lovely court of
six, which included Annemarie Burget, Ioanne D'Antonio, lean Gibbons, Lynn Keshian,
Lorraine Krebs, and Vikki Vought, Lynn was selected by her peers as the Snow Queen.
The dance was a festive and cheerful start to our holiday season.
The cold winter nights of early 1982 were brightened by boys' basketball games and
movies at the high school. At the final game, Rich Estes inspired the enthusiastic crowd
and the team with a memorable rendition of the national anthem. Senior boys per-
formed with the cheerleaders and the kickline to provide many memorable moments as
the Trojan hoopsters went on to victory. lThey choked in the playoffs the next week.j
With the arrival of spring, the senioritis epidemic intensified as we eagerly waited for
college acceptances and our graduation. We had our Prom at Leonard's on Iune 25th,
and our commencement on Iune 27th included an address by TV commentator Bill
During these past years of the Class of 1982, the group of us has developed into a
unified body. This period has
been a key time in all of our lives
for education fboth formal and in-
formalj, maturation, and develop-
ment as individuals. Although we
are breaking up as a class, and
each one of us will become part of Q -
a different world, the separate
pieces in all of us which were in-
fluenced by Carden City High
School and its people will be a
lasting testament to our years in
this school. Subsequently, we owe
a debt of gratitude to our parents,
teachers, friends, and, ultimately,
to all the members of this most
special of classes at Carden City
High School, the Class of 1982.
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school years, class members will move
away from Carden City permanently
or temporarily. To understand fully
the changes we have experienced, one
must realize that Garden City has con-
tinuously provided us with an ideal at-
mosphere in which to grow and
mature, and has remained relatively
unaltered during our stay here. From
the schools, to the stores on Seventh
Street, to the hotel site, the Class of
1982 will bear fond memories of the
village. Amidst the quiet, sheltered
nature of Garden City there have
always been student related activities,
ranging from recreation at the pool
and Hubbell's Pond to the Village
supported athletic associations, ser-
vice organizations, and employment
opportunities. The village has been a
place for friends to congregate,
associate, and mature in a healthy,
No matter how far one will travel
from Garden City in the future, the
town will never be forgotten, and will
always be looked upon with pleasant
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Wrestling, Must, Key Club, Skiing, Shoreham,
Stamford, D.P., The Who, The Stones, Wink
and the Holes, Ramones Concert, Simon and
Garfunkel Reunion, R.M., V.M., R.S., P.K.,
R.G., C.K., I.P., B.H., I.A.
"Remember when you were young, you shone
like the sun. Shine on you crazy diamond."
FRANK JOHN ALLEGRO
V. Football, V. Bowling, I.V. Basketball, Italian
Club, Discipline Committee . . . Good times
with my friends.
Special Thanks Mom and Dad
". . . They turned our power down, they drove
us underground, but we went right on with
the show. . ."
DIANE ELIZABETH ALAIMO
Special Times with Friends, Surprise 80,
Daytona, "Oreo", Road trips.
"Live each day to its fullest. Get the most from
each hour, each day, each age of your life.
Then you could look forward with confidence
and back without regrets."
"Some get stoned, some get strange sooner or
later it all gets real . . . Walk On."
NANCY BETH ALLISON
V. Softball, V. Volleyball, Good times with
special friends, Cutchogue, 81 16180, 714181
". .. So if you think your life is a complete
confusion cause you never win the game just
remember that it's a Grand Illusion and deep
inside we are all the same . . ."
Thanks to Chief, Mrs. Pause, big Heava and
Heavy for everything. I love you all.
STEVE M. ALFIERI
Student Council President, Varsity Football
Baseball, Madrigals, Key Club.
A feeling a thought a memory
Moments of pride and regret
Happiness entwined with hurt
Unrelayed truths mingle with
Look not back, do not flee.
Become the best, you're free to be.
My best friends: Larry, Mike, Iohn, Nicky, Ar-
tie, Anne and Barbara. The Capers, Iimmy
Byrnes, Dancin', The Vega, The Football
"You can't do precision work with a sledge
Thanks a lot boys for all the WILD TIMES!
RICHARD MARK ANEMONE
Church, Basketball, Youth Group, Going Sick
on Saturday Nights, Friends - you know who
you are - Thanks, you all!
"I had nothing to offer anybody but my own
I couldn't have done it without your help.
President Alpha Omega Theta, Varsity
Lacrosse, Good Times with friends at Ten Feat,
Loft Trip to Virginia, the Brawl.
"If you get confused, listen to the music play."
PATRICIA MARIE ANGUS
"I asked for power, that I might have the
praise of men,
I was given weakness, that I might feel the
need of God . ..
I asked for all things, that I might enjoy life,
I was given life, that I might enjoy all things
I got nothing that I asked for - but
had hoped for."
LISA ANNE ANDREWS
Summer of '81, M.O., R.M., K.F., M.P., P.P.,
"People watch the time go by, they do their
jobs and live and die, and in their dreams they
rise above, by strength or hate or luck or
Thanks Mom, Dad, and Audra
DAVID ANDREW AROMISKIS
Varsity soccer, basketball, baseball, The Park,
Misty, hockey, skiing, swimming, lacrosse,
Roxbury during the summer, The Hamptons,
The Blue Max.
"To strive to do the best at everything you do,
with hard work, failing is never on your
mind. Don't waste time and enjoy every
minute of your life."
"Desire for nothing except desirelessness,
hope for nothing except to rise above all
hopes, want nothing and you will have
Aratar Meher Baba
Great times with I.B., M.M,, L.M., L. Q., B.E.,
seeing Todd with M.M., 10th grade photo, go-
ing to P.L. with I.B.
"The simple things in life seem so hard to
learn sometimes, and it takes so long. Catch it
while you can, too late tomorrow . . ."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Varsity tennis, Dartmouth St. Not many
escape the cell.
"The time to hesitate is through."
V. Football, Finn., P.S., P.B., D.C., I.K., B.P.,
I.S., I.B., M.A., summer '79-'81, N'
"Take it any way you want it, be your own
superstar, let the world know, the only way
you want it, is the way you are."
Health O, Kennel Club President, lunches in a
bowl, Three Dog Night, memories of S.M.,
E.G., M.A., hanging out on the North Shore
" . . . Under such sebaceous coagulations, how
could any young boy be sedate".
"I'm just a working-class dog."
JAMES E. BATES
I.V. and Varsity Soccer, Skiing, Sailing, Na-
tional Honor Society, German Club. Good
Times with Good Friends, Lax, Blue Max
QKIAJQ Weekend Ski Trips, The M-Train.
"Some people cry and some people die by the
wicked ways of love . .. But I'll just keep on
rollin' along with the grace of the Lord
CLAIRE ANNE BARTHOLOMEW
Field Hockey, Softball, Trojan Club, Mast, Key
Club, Madam Mole, Horizons, Mohawk, Hina,
Panz, A.M.B., P.M. with G.D., Good Times
with great friends, K.M., K.M., E.M,, Chem,
with M.F., E.M., and K.M.
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Kickline '81-'82, gymnastics, good times with
good friends, especially M.F., V.M., S.C., T.B.,
and S.K. Prom '81, the mel mobile, R.T. Par-
ties, Special times with Chris, the Doors!
"Today's dearest moments are tomorrow's
Good Luck to The Class of '82.
Neil Young, Iorma, Dead, Tucker. Roach,
slee-pee Motel Hell, Upstatem billiards,
Boom-bas, Cota. Harry's, "Rips", Okaay. A.L.,
E.M., D.B., F.L.
"Sometimes I feel like I'm leaving the life
My hands are moving faster than the movin'
of my mind."
Ujeffn of ,,Iay,,
Captain Varsity Football and Lacrosse, C.C.,
Sperry's Gym, Good Times in Laurel, My keg
party, Molsons on the beach, S.S., Sperry's car
in Levittown, Prom '80.
Singing and drinking under the stars
Beautiful women and fast cars
The times were good
So God let '82 part glad.
Thank you Mom and Dad for all your love and
JAMIE SUE BECK
Key Club, Mast, Honor Society, S.C.B., French
Club, badminton, Wrangling in jackson,
A.I.F.S. in France, E.G.S. '81, Prom '81, "The
big V", "duck and cover", and The profes-
"How fleeting is the moment,
Yet catch it, it is thine.
The past is only memory,
The future blank design."
Orchestra, Band Follies, the school musical -
"The Sound of Music."
"For by grace are ye saved through faith, and
that not of yourselves. It is the gift of God, not
of work lest any man should boast."
KENNETH I. BEYER
"New ones comin' as the old ones go.
Everything's movin' here, but much too slow-
A little bit quicker and we might have time
to say "how do you do?" before we're left
The Grateful Dead
Kickline, track, Soccer '80, '81!! -
"Menachem", "Monte", Many thanks to
great friends - S.P., Rose, K.K., Nena, A.K.,
D.R., Ian. 31, '81 - Radical Lynn.
I love you Dad and family, and my mother
whose memory will always be close to my
JOHN B. BODE
Ianice, Karen, Venes, Schell, Liz, Scott, Sue,
Ianice's farewell "Hey, Harry", T.R.,
Heritage, the Hamptons, Party in the Park,
Good times with good friends.
CAROL MARIE BRAUN
Captain of tennis team, S.C.B., math, V. soft-
ball. Good times with K.K., M.O'S., K.S., M.D.,
A.K., and N.S. - a great best friend. Spirit
Day, Summer '80, Florida with N.S.
"For all the happy times, sad times, laugh
times, cry times, silly sentimental times we've
shared, I celebrate you, my friends."
STACY ANN BRIDGES
11th field hockey, Trojan Club, thanks to
special friends for making the high school
"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen
yesterday and I love today."
"Let the disappointment pass, Let the laughter
fill your glass, Let your illusions last until
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Last summer in Boston, Thanksgiving party,
"Now this is not the end. It is not even the
beginning of the end.
But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning."
Sir Winston Churchill
Thanks Mom and Dad.
IEANNE MARIE BROWN
Spanish Club, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, and
"One day at a time - this is enough. Do not
look back and grieve over the past for it is
gone, and do not be troubled about the future,
for it has not yet come, Live in the present,
and make it so beautiful that ti will be worth
REGINA SHANLEY BRENNAN
Hockey games, Florida '81 . . . great times with
friends . . . with D.R .... thanks for everything
M.B.M. and M.D.
"God grant me the serenity to accept the
things I cannot change, Courage to change the
things I can, and the Wisdom to know the
Thanks to my family, I love ya!
SANDRA M. BROWN
Excellent times with the "immediate" -
W.M., I.G., M.R., T.P., M.O., 6 done, 0 to go,
Canada '81, the city, Summer '81 fH.T.J,
G.N.O. never lasting the whole night,
Homecoming '81, thanks D.W. for the best
years of my life!
- Hold on to everyone you love because if
you let them go, you might never get them
back - D.W., friends, family.
LAURA ANN BRUDIE
"If a man does not keep pace with his compa-
nions perhaps it is because he hears a different
Henry David Thoreau
"The roads were as many as the places I had
dreamed of and my friends and I were one.
Now the distance is done and the search has
begun, I've come to see where my beginnings
I love you mom and dad.
PETER DAVID BURGGRAF
The best with my little Buddy, Lynyrd
Skynyrd, Panther, The light! L.S.M.A. My
'So limitless and free,"
"Take your time
don't live too fast
Troubles will come
and they will pass."
THOMAS LEE BUCKMAN
Soccer . . . I.V. lacrosse, waterskiing, snowski-
ing, "61 Vette", snowmobiling, vacations at
Brant Lake, Iunior Prom Four Wheelin'
with R.G., B.H. and I.R.
"We accomplish in proportion to what we
"Find a way or make a way."
HK B ,,
Good times with great friends, Southold,
Tuesday 2:30, P.T.R., Beach nights, Hilltop
Special thanks to my friends and family.
Good luck class of '82.
Varsity field hockey AAAH! soccer, softball,
bowling, hanging at Tuay's
To all my friends,
Thanks for all the great times, but remember
the best is yet to come.
Mom and Dad,
I never would have been able to do it without
ya. Thanks for all your love and support.
Trojan club, Key Club, flag football, K.K.,
M.S., L.Q., M.M., C.A., Santa's party, Summer
'80 and '81, The Stones, Great times with Great
"The road ahead is long and hard,
But the good times are not through
Nor come the day when I forget
The fun I had with you."
SIMON PATRICK CARR
". . . All this will not be finished in the first
100 days. Nor will it be finished in the first
100 days, nor in the life of this administration,
nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this
planet. But let us begin . . . and ask not what
your country can do for you - ask what you
can do for your country . . ."
john F. Kennedy's Inaugural Speech
MARY ANN CELENTANO
Swimming, Badminton, Band, Key Club,
Spanish Club, French Club, German Club.
"Take time to be friendly, it is the road to hap-
piness, take time to laugh, it is the music of
the soul, take time to give, it is too short a day
to be selfish."
RUSSELL I. CAVALLO
Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball. Bruce Spr-
ingsteen, The Doors, Fidge's
"Standing on the hill of my mountain of
dreams, telling myself it's not as bad as it
Loft, AP2's, football and softball games -
"You got to walk and don't look back."
Tosh and Jagger
"Won't you try just a little bit harder.
Couldn't you try just a little bit more."
In memory of the "lost sailor," "Bob"
"It just doesn't matter!" fBill Murrayj . . . The
Moody Blues . . . Fire On High . . . the guitar
sketching, and Beck's The Loft K.L.,
A.K., E.O., T.V., K.S., S.P., R.M., M.P., G.P.,
Track, Madrigals, Council, Mast, Honor Socie-
"Be not simply good, Be good for something."
"I let my music take me where my heart wants
to go . . ."
JOAN MICHELLE CHIRICO
Majorette Captain, C-V.P., Summer of '81 with
I.H., S.M., D.P., "The Frog", "The Prixs",
Arby's, best times with best friends: Iohn, Sue,
Doug, Therese, Kris, Beth, Debbie, Stacey.
"I've loved these days"
Thanks mom and Dad - I love you.
MARGARET ELLEN CHUTE
President Iunior Class, Varsity Lacrosse, Echo,
Key Club, Madrigals, Exchange Student to
"The great man is he who does not lose his
"It is not what he has, nor even what he does,
which directly expresses the worth of a man,
but what he is."
Henri Frederic Amiel
Stage Band and Concert Band. The fun we had
at Band Camp and the England trip. Key Club,
10th-12th Grade Council and the Law Ex-
plorers. I'll always remember friends: Kevin,
Mark and Andy, driving around in the red
Austin Healey, Playing saxophone at the
Kelly's party '79, 4!1! 80, Long Beach, Greece,
skiing, 1.1. costumes '81, Mirror day. Thanks to
my pals: P.F., C.H., S.G., K.F., C.F., R.D., A.M.
"Don't forget them please, the sweeter
To set your mind at ease the truest remedies
are the sweeter memories."
"All of my love" to Mom and Dad.
Cap't Var. Rifle, Key Club, Golf tournament
England, Canada, Skiing, Sugarbush '81, good
times with friends. Outlaws, Genesis, The
"Looking longingly at the top of the ladder
will avail nothing, it's the climb that counts."
NANCY ELIZABETH CLARKE
C.D., C.M., A.B., T., L.L., K.S., Canada, In-
deein' down the 500, The Point, 10-17-18, The
Spider mobile, Scorpion Bowls - The Hong
"Play it safe - play it wild
Life is yours and yours alone
Free to settle - free to roam
Free to grow - free to change
Free to fight to stay the same."
KEVIN J. CLOHERTY
Senior year, Summer '81 - Coburg, Germany
- student exchange, Band and its activities,
Special thanks to my family and friends.
PAUL J. COLEMAN
Lacrosse, skiing, running, Joe Straton, Jimmy
Griffith, Chris Spencer, Russ Cavallo, Dan
Anderson, lax at Hofstra, Virginia lax trip,
Henry Smith, Navt.
DANIEL JOSEPH CLOWERY
Baseball, 10 ft., A,P. 2's, The burning V.W.,
West 53, It was only a game when we first
started, the novelty wore away and the fun
A special thanks to Mom and Dad J.C,, P.C.,
JAMES R. CONNOLLY
Varsity tennis, C.Y.O. basketball, sports editor
of M ast, S.C.B., Port, Dartmouth Street, Knox's
"Show me a good loser and I'll show you a
JONNY MICHAEL COESTER
Sailing, skiing, kung-fu, Beggar's Opera
Hamptons, N.Y.C., the Ritz, Hot Dog Beach,
Scott's, The Underground, Charlie's art class,
deft, The Who, Dave M. Nicoll L, Scott
Habrian, Ben C., T.S., PB., My Generation
"Just when I was getting used to this place."
SARAH JANE CONWAY
Kickline, Must, T.R., great times with Tina,
Marie, Sue, and Vicky. The Millers.
"Time passes by too quickly my friend.
Good times we've had will soon come to an
But the memories will always bind us together
a special way that will last forever."
Party - Nov. 8, 1980, Feb. 24, 1981 -
Always-n-Forever, Eisenhower Park -
especially with - F.M., D.M., N.S., Memories
with - F.M., D.M., T.C., T.F., M.O., A.M., B.P.,
N.S. Star One, Marina Beach, Iackson's Con-
cert Aug. '81, Parties with B.P. and T.C., '79-'80
"I've got all my life to live."
- Gloria Gaynor
GABRIELLE IEANNE COSTELLO
"Life is an end in itself, and the only
question as to whether it is worth living is
whether you have enough of it."
- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Ir.
"No human thing is of serious importance."
IEAN ELIZABETH CORRIE
Key Club, Spanish Club, Honor Society, field
hockey, soccer, sailing, H.D.A., Ash St., Tek,
Elk Lake, Mystic
"It's not far down to paradise,
at least it's not for me.
If the wind is right you can sail away . . .
just a dream and the wind to carry me
soon I will be free."
- C. Cross
BARBARA ELIZABETH COULTER
Hockey, Masquers, working, talking, April 1,
1981, red stemmed roses from B.D., 6th period
auditorium, listening to Styx - just B.D. and
"If you love something, set it free.
If it comes back to you, it is yours,
If it doesn't, it never was."
Thanks to all my friends, but, most of all,
thanks to Solita, Iackie, and Bill for making
my high school years the Best of Times. I love
CARRIE ANN COSOLA
"Only the strong survive."
"If you live for love and truth, and live
for peace of mind,
Iust hold fast to your dreams, my friend,
that's just what you'll find."
"Wonder of wonders, somehow I survived."
"Don't worry 'bout me, I'm free today."
Thanks andlove to everyone!
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, The Boss,
New Iersey N ETS
"Man's business here is to know for the sake
living, not to live for the sake of knowing."
Wrestling, Baseball, Trip down south, 10 Feat
"It's gonna be just like they say them voices
tell me so."
IESSICA ANN CRANER
German Club . . . HDA . . . Inkspots . . . Ginger
ale Parties . . . American Werewolf. . . Ho Io's.
"My heart is warm with the friends I make
And better friends I'll not be knowing,
Yet there isn't a train I wouldn't take,
No matter where it's going."
Edna St. Vincent Millay
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2 Cor. 12:9
PHILIP WILLIAM CUTRONE
Student Council, A.V., Mast, Rifle Team 10, 11,
12, Long Island Fisherman, Sag Harbor, Ber-
muda '81, C.C., V.V., B.S., R.S., R.T., S.H.,
Keys, . . and I planted rose bushes . .
Thanks Mom and Dad
"This is a song of hope . . . and a new day will
dawn for those who stay long."
Grade Council, Key Club, Masquers, Germany
'81, Chaminade Plays, Unicorns, Erma, Aunt
"All the while I hungered for the meaning in
And now I know we must lift the soul,
And catch the winds of destiny,
Wherever they drive the boat."
Edgar Lee Masters
IOANNA M. D'ANTONIO
Lacrosse, track, soccer, S.C.B., Breezy Point,
"The Tray's House" . . . Great Times with good
SUZANNE MARIE DAVIS
Great times with friends, Photography, Water-
ville Valley, Daytona Beach '81 with Claudia,
M.C,, Karen, W.C. and T.M.F.
"To love is one thing, to be loved is another,
but to be loved by the one you love is
DENNIS MARTIN DEHLER
Echo Photo Editor, German Club, Class Coun-
cils, S.C.B., Cutting with K.B., S.H.K. with Lia,
The Feast, pers. 3 and 6 with S.P. and D.M.
GINA MARIE DEBE
Memorable times with friends. The Cookie
Monster. Thanks Mom and Dad.
"One day at a time - this is enough. Do not
look back and grieve over the past, for it is
gone: and do not be troubled about the future,
for it has not yet come. Live in the present,
and make it so beautiful that it will be worth
remembering . . ."
Ida Scott Taylor
DAVID ANTHONY DeGROOT
Mast Co-Editor, Iunior Class V.P., Madrigals,
French Club, S.M.F.L., Kirstyisms, Free-
Market QCapitalismJ, golf with Steve, Mike,
and Roger, trip to Yale with I.G., A.M.,
England with T.M., and, I.E.M.g Simon Parties,
Dick, Tim, Gail, and of course, Chubster.
"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe,
the mind can achieve."
Mr. Charles O'Connor
Track, good times with: H.B., C.D., E.D., A.M.,
S.T., M.T., Ashoken '80 with A.W. and H.D.
"Strike out to reach a mountain,
Be so nice on the outside,
But inside keep ambition."
SHEILA MARY DENNEN
Helen, Deb, California, Hither Hills
"With the eyes of a child you must go out and
see that your world's spinning round, and
through life you will be a small part of a hope
of a love that exists In the eyes of a child you
WILLIAM SCOTT DEWEY
Snow and Water Skiing, hockey, fooling
around, Paul, Tom, Mike, Meg, Stacy, Jackie,
6th period auditorium, out on the boat, sitting
in bed for one month.
"Tonight's the night we'll make history"
LYNN ANN DeSOYE
"It is not so much a matter of being against
self-improvement as it is of being against
change. Maturity is a becoming - therefore a
changing, a progression toward something
"Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomor-
row is ours to win or lose."
Lyndon B. Johnson
ROBERT GLENN DEXTER
Later, Norman.. .Click . . . S.M.F .... V.K. . . .
B.A. at M.F.P. "Bunny" Hammerman
Heavy Metal . . . Priest.
I've gotta get up and go,
I'm gonna tear up this town.
Every day seems so damn slow,
I don't want to be around."
Wings Ice Hockey, Skiing, attic functions with
P.Z., R.T., I.O., C.L., I.W., and M.H.
"When this you see, remember me and bear in
your mind. Let all the world say what they
may, speak of me as you find."
PATRICIA ANN DIAZ
"O sweet spontaneous earth how often have
the doting fingers of prurient philosophers
pinched and poked thee, has the naughty
thumb of science prodded thy beauty, how
often have religions taken thee . . . that thou
mightest conceive gods Kbut . .. thou
answerest them only with springJ"
e. e. cummings
LAURA ANN ELEANOR
I shall never flicker and fade away as fire does,
but I will be as the moon and enhance a cer-
tain special glow."
"Though I may leave you for a while
Please don't forget me or my smile.
I will be back in blossom too,
for you are me and I am you."
Mom, Dad, I love you!
URSULA ROSE DOHN
Special thanks to everyone.
"Hear my song - sing along
Any little song that you know,
Everything small small has to grow.
California sunlight, sweet Calcutta rain,
Honolulu starbright - the song remains the
jimmy Page and Robert Plant
CRISTINA JEAN DiFALCO
Good times, N.C., K.K., M.O'S. S.B. M.R., C.M.,
W.M., T.P., I.G., G.N.O., The Point, T.A., P.M.,
"I'll just keep on rollin' along with a praise
from the Lord above."
IOSEPH PATRICK DOLAN
I.A. President, Tennis, Great times with
friends, late nighters on the back porch, the
summer of '81.
"Being a Friend to everybody is being a
Friend to nobody, though our prosperity
might give us friends, it is adversity that pro-
ALISON MARIE DONAHUE
Thanks for always being there, my two best
friends, Dawn Gilliland and Maureen Fay. All
the special times with S.G.
For everyone and everything
To remain the same,
To keep the closeness of my friends,
And for life always to be as good as now.
MARIORIE ANNE DONNELLY
"Hold close the times of sharing together. Let
them light our lives throughout the years."
Memorable times with cherishable friends.
Thank you Mom and Dad, I love you both.
KATHLEEN CECILIA DOOLEY
Trojan Club, Key Club, good times with great
friends, Summer '81, Spirit Day '81.
"There never seems to be enough time to do
the things you want to do once you find
"It's whatever you see that life will become."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
COLIN I. DONOVAN
Grand Canyon river dories - going through
Lava Falls and Salmon Falls. Kayaking,
Lehigh, Buffalo, Radio City - the Grateful
Dead - the Outdoor Club - the US II's,
fishing, football, and softball. It's all over
now, Baby Blue.
"Pass this way and go on, you're on the road
The best of times with T.C., R.S., and all of the
rest. Summer '81, Park parties and fancy cars.
"The gains of education are never really lost.
Books may be burned and cities sacked, but
truth, like the yearning for freedom, lives in
the hearts of humble men."
Special thanks to my parents.
RICHARD F. DONOVAN
"Lessons learned are like bridges burned, you
need to cross them but once."
I have to live with myself, and so
I want to be fit for myself to know.
I want to be able, as days go by,
Always to look myself in the eye.
I don't want to stand in the setting sun
And hate myself for things I've done.
I want to go out with my head erect,
I want to deserve my own respect.
Camping, New Paltz, Ashoken '80, Vermont
'81, good times with excellent friends and all
the young worthies.
"Stars are flying tonight," "Lata!"
"If I could save time in a bottle the first thing
that I'd like to do is to save every day till eter-
nity passes away just to spend them with
RACHEL MARIE DUEL
P.F., R.P., H.M., T.S., C.C., and M.G. May your
futures be as bright as you have made my past!
"You'll get through, man, keep as cool as you
Face piles of trials with smiles. It riles them
to believe that you perceive the webs they
"I have spent my life seeking all that's till un-
sung, bent my eais to hear the tune, and clos-
ed my eyes to see.
ALISON MARY DOWNING
Varsity Soccer Capt., V. Lax, V.F. - H., Sr.
Class and G.A.A. Treas., special memories of
K.B., N.P., M.D., M-L.B., L.L., S.V. and Hill
Top House Five, Beach nites with K.B. and
"Blessed are those who can give without
remembering and take without forgetting."
Reach for happiness . . . it's waiting!
DEBORAH A. DUNNE
Trojanettes, Lacrosse, P.T.R., Ocean City,
Chadleys, All the laughter and friendship
shared with my best friend, Patty.
"Sometimes I can laugh and cry, and I can't
remember why, but still those good times
"Hold fast your dreams, for hidden in them is
the gate to eternity."
Good luck to all, '82
TIMOTHY ANDREW DUNNE
Troop 80 - German Club, Grade Council,
Bands, Seiji and the B.S.O., Lenny, Andre
Previn, Tedsky, Alf and everybody and
everything associated with Tanglewood. St.
Thomas More, El Greco, The Beatles, Iohn R.
Dunne, Bill Moyers and I.V.T. School Dances,
Last Alliance, Band Follies.
"Creativity is one's own expression of the
Skiing, lax, Iune 13-14 1981, May 25th 1981,
L.A.D., ten feat functions, A.P.2's Going to
where the climate suit my clothes. The
"Peace to all who want it"
MARY JANE EGGERS
Varsity tennis, Must, S.C.B., unforgettable
times with the best of friends .. . Spirit Day
'81. New Year's, Ca's all-nighter, Iunior
Dance, The Falcon, weekends, parties, the
beach, S.M., "Best friends never part . . ."
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
but I still love those good times gone by."
Excellent times with good friends and P.M ....
"If a man does not keep pace with his compa-
nions, perhaps it is because he hears a dif-
ferent drummer. Let him step to the music he
hears, however measured or far away."
Mom and Dad thanks for everything.
Good friends, Lisa, Iacqueline, Solita, Cathy,
Liz, Suzanne, Photography, "crew", cast par-
ties, Feb. 12, 1980, Sept. 1980 fgood time?J,
New Orleans, Mardi Gras, and L.F. 1982, ski-
ing andthe ski lift with I.M.
"I get by with a little help from my friends."
"We all have a face that we hide away
MARY ANN EGEL
Twirling, F.L., K.K., R.M., K.M., D.M., E.O.,
T.T., K.H., E.M., M.M., K.B., CW., C.G., S.M.,
M.S., England '80!, Summer 1981 fToo bad it
had to endj, D.M.'s graduation party, Monty,
skiing 1981!, Swenson's, Si fa quel che si puo.
Thanks Mom and Dad '
"Yes they have felt the fury, they must have.
It's all around within and without, but do they
appreciate it? Was it wasted? Who knows?
Who cares? Not me. But they fancy me
mad, a sick man. Oh, they're supposed to, so
that I can go my own way."
AMY Jo ELVERUD
Music always Band, England 1980, Deer
Hill, Deering Experience, summers in N.D.
"Give to the world the best you have and the
best will come back to you."
Love and Peace to everybody.
KATHRYN ROSE ESCHMANN
S.C.B., Soccer, Track, Mattituck -- "Monta",
Canada with Ellie and Lenny - Ian. '81, Spirit
"What we are is God's gift to us,
What we become is our gift to God."
"The difficult we do immediately, the im-
possible takes a little longer."
Thanks to my family.
CATHLEEN MARY ENGELS
England '79, '81, Cathedral Choir, Celestones,
YPF, Summer '81, good friends who will
always be good friends and good times that
will never be forgotten.
"They say that these are not the best of times,
but they're the only times I've ever known . . .
It's either sadness or euphoria."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
RICHARD CARTER ESTES, IR.
Varsity Track and Field, Varsity Basketball,
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Must, French Club,
Madrigals, All State and All-County Choruses,
Boys' State, National Honor Society,
Homecoming Trojan, memorable experiences
with Gail, Tim, Dave, France '80.
"A vaincre sans peril, on triomphe sans
Swimming, Track, Lee's room, Canada '81,
bb's with L.M., C.V.'s, M.O., L.Q. at Hess I-spy
with K.S., apples, squiggalees, N.H.C.C., It
must have been Charlie that ate my wallet.
"You can live your own life, making it hap-
pen, working on your own time, laid back and
CATHERINE L. EVANS
Somebody's gotta do it!
"Take your time, think a lot,
Think of all the things you've got,
For you'll still be here tomorrow
But your dreams may not."
- Cat Stevens
Trojanettes, Spanish Club, Must . . . Boston . . .
Best of times with best of friends . . . Spring
'81 with Beth.
"To a friend's house, the road is never long."
"The most wasted day is that in which we
have not laughed."
Thanks Mom, Dad, and The Class of '82.
MARIE ELIZABETH FENNESSY
Kickline, Student Council, Excellent times
with De, Sarah, Sue, Tina and Vik. "Thanks
for the memories."
"Our laughters and our tears will soon be
Our friends will soon be gone,
Life isn't fair we all may say,
But somehow life goes on."
Love ya, Mom and Dad
KELLY PATRICE FARRELL
Spirit Day, Summer of '81, Poison ice cream at
Long Beach, Special times with friends.
"Let the disappointments pass,
Let the laughter fill your glass,
Let your illusions last until they shatter.
Whatever you might hope to find
Among the thoughts that crowd your mind,
There won't be many that ever really matter."
- jackson Browne
PAMELA SUZAN NE FERRIS
Thanks to: C.C., R.D., T.S., R.P., Long Beach,
411180, 613178, W.E.2, I.J.C.D., 6113180,
"Many dreams come true, and some have
I live for my dreams and a pocketful of go1d."
"Take a walk on the wild side."
"Catch your dreams before they slip away."
MAUREEN ANNE FAY
Kickline, Swimming, Trojan Club, Key Club,
Horizons, Clarise, Chem with K.M., E.M., and
C.B., Good times with friends A.P., K.M., C.B.,
G.D., E.M., and T.G. Good luck to everyone.
"If you love something, set it freeg
If it comes back to you, it's yours,
If it doesn't, it never was."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
MICHAEL S. FINEGAN
I.V., V. Football, Baseball, El Dumpo '81, MET
GAMES, Oct. '79, Aug. '80,
"Don't forget your failures or you'll learn
them all over again."
- Dan Fogelberg
ALICIA MARIE FISCHER
Concert Choir, Guidance Aide, Masquers,
Seminar, Softball manager, Trojan Club,
"Every person longs to be loved.
For himself, as himself.
He longs to feel he is the first
and the last, the one and the only.
And he is forgiven this
longing - selfish as it may seem."
Wings Hockey '79-'81, Tennis, Mast staff,
Paul, Ioe, Bob, Bruce, Mike.
"There are places I remember all my life,
though, some have changed, some forever,
not for better, some have gone and some
I. Lennon and P. McCartney
PATRICIA ANN FITZGERALD
Great times with friends, all-niters, beach,
summers of '80 and '81, out of towners, Zep-
pelin and the Stones.
"I got a peaceful, easy feelin'."
"You can't always get what you want, but, if
you try sometimes, you just might find, you
get what you need."
Thanks Mom and Dad
MARY ELIZABETH FOLEY
Upstate with C.H. and C.S., 11!5!80, C.H. and
B.T., drivers ed, 915181, McD's especially L.A.
and M.M., "A.T." Chop on spirit day, S.BG's
"A Friend is one who knows you as you are,
understands where you've been
accepts what you've become
and still gently invites you to grow."
Mom, you're the best.
CAROL ANN MARIE FLERI
Summer of '80 and '81, the beach, concerts,
parties . . . WEEKENDS!, 9120! 80, the Falcon,
visits from S.M., great times with the best
"Let the disappointments pass,
Let the laughter fill your glass,
Let your illusions last until they shatter . . ."
"I've loved these days."
Crew, Backpacking, Horseback Riding, Soft-
ball, L.E., C.F., S.H., I.M., L.R., S.D., B.C.,
September 1980, New Orleans 1982 with K.R.
Here's to good friends and good times.
Summer '81, Senior Year, football games, get-
ting the car, Too bad S.G. Good Luck E.H. and
K.K. Thanks Mom and Dad.
"The only way to live is to accept each minute
as an unrepeatable miracle, which is exactly
what it is - a miracle and unrepeatab1e."
W, wi. '
French Club, Chess Team.
"Let it be observed that slovenliness is no part
of religion Cleanliness is indeed next to
IEANNINE ANN FRAITES
Bobby, Patti, Maria, Maureen O., Dawn M.,
Nancy C., Monique L., Kathy K., and Michael
C. Summer '81, B.R. after 12 midnight Friday
nite with Bobby, Patti and Taso, Point
Lookout, Saturday with B.M., P.S. and T.A.
Huntington with Bobby. House Painting with
B.M. at 8:30 am Sept. 10 '80, Oct. 24 '80 -
Phoenix Christmas '80 with Bobby.
"If you love something set it free, if it comes
back it's yours, if it doesn't it never was."
CYNTHIA ANNE FROMMANN
Tai Chi, Softball, T.L., Gooses, Ierques, IJ.,
Nov. 2, Favorite time is 2:54.
"Anything that is thinkable can be thought
and done." Think about it.
"Youse guys ain't learned me nuttin' I didn't
"Try Try Again, Then Give Up."
RICHARD HAGUE FRASER
Varsity Lacrosse, Summers at the beach.
"No bird soars too high if
he soars with his own wings."
Camping, Lax . . . good times at Ten Feat ac-
commodations . . . smoke out . . . Grateful
Dead, Hot Tuna . . . Special APII classes.
"We cannot stay by the crystal mountain,
the Serpent of dreams has left his shadow
NORA ELLEN GALLAGHER
Iuly 5, 1980 with Mary-Beth and Gina, Spirit
Day '81, The beach with Chris, C.C.C., Good
times with great friends - special times with
"It's not how much you have, but how much
you enjoy, that marks happiness."
All my love to Mom and Dad.
The weekend in Northport,
"The world is full of kings and queens, who
blind your eyes and then steal your dreams,
it's heaven and hell."
STEPHEN JAMES GALLAGHER
"Look around and choose your own ground
For long you'll live and high you'll fly
And smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry
And all you touch and all you see
Is all your life will ever be."
Trojan Club, French Club, Great times with
great kids like M.F., K.M., C.G., K.M., and E.M.
Thanks for everything.
"Now I know that my life has given me more
than memories And we can see that for
every moment there is a reason to carry on."
Thanks Mom and Dad
SUSAN BIRCH GAMMAGE
Senior year, Concerts, parties and G.S.! Spirit
Day '81 at Chop, Eisenhower Park . . . Funnels!
B.S. Party 1O! 231 81, Kamakazi's, Rockville
Centre and Grundy's. All my love to my fami-
ly and friends.
"There never seems to be enough time to do
the things you want to do once you find
Varsity Cheering, AQA, Excellent times with
the Immediate, GNO, Sag, Teddy,
And here is a sunrise to set on your sill,
The ghosts of the dawn moving still and near
That pass through your sorrows and leave you
quite still -
Sitting among souvenirs."
ROGER RAYMOND GIESEKE
Varsity soccer, water skiing, National Honor
Society, snow skiing, "Corvair Corsa", "good
times with T.B., B.I-I., P.K., D.A., G.H., and
I.C.B. with the "Blue Max" 1R.I.P.J.
"Take it to the limit one more time."
"No bird soars too high if he soars with his
- William Blake
Luce Ends, Phoenix Bird, Interstellar Princess,
Blorch, Dead, T.Z. pub, Summer '80, and "Ty."
". . . and things will never change, From the
way that I see them right now, and I fear that
the Rose of the Rock will fade and die."
Gymnastics, Summer of '80, Christmas with
Mr. G., R,P., L.E., F.F., Riverhead. Thanks
Mom and Dad.
"If you love something, set it free, If it comes
back, it is yours, If it doesn't, it never was."
"Cherish yesterday, Dream tomorrow, Live
CYNTHIA LYNN GOSS
French Club, German Club, Italian Club,
Newspaper, tennis, Madrigals, Concert Choir,
Texas, Friday the 13th, pickles, and ice cream,
Halloween '81, German I, Fire Island '81.
"Don't stop thinking about tomorrow.
Don't stop, it'll soon be here.
It'll be better than before.
Yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone."
DAWN ANN GILLILAND
"Sometimes seems like we just don't care,
Don't waste time feeling hurt, we've been
through hell together, we awoke from our
dream, Things are not always what they seem,
Memories linger on. It's like a sweet, sad old
DANA E. GRIFFIN
Good times and flying.
"You cannot choose your battlefields,
The gods do that for you.
But you can plant your standard
Where a standard never flew."
"Humble we must be if to heaven we go,
high is the roof there, but the gate is low."
IAMES FRANCIS GRIFFITH
Varsity lacrosse, Varsity football, I.V. basket-
ball, V.P. Student Council, Alpha Omega
Theta, Skiing in Vail '80, Lax trips to Virginia.
"There are three ingredients in a good life:
learning, earning and yearning."
LINDA MARIE HAFFNER
Concert Band, German Club, England '80, The
Loft, "Motto", "The Rules", U. Room, Mousie.
"If you can't be a highway then just be a trail,
If you can't be the sun be a star,
It isn't by size that you win or you fail -
Be the best of whatever you are!"
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Varsity football, varsity basketball, varsity
baseball, Knox's Cave, Waterworks, Guertin,
"The tongue can no man tame, it is an unruly
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Iunior.,ProrH, Senior Year, Spirit Day,
Homecfmiing, Weekends, parties.
"One day at a time, - this is enough. Do not
look back and grieve over the past, for it is
gone, and do not be troubled about the future,
for it has not yet come. Live in the present,
and make it so beautiful that it will be worth
- Ida Scott Taylor
LORRIE ANN HAMILTON
Great times in Bayside U.T., P.L., A.L.D,
Weekends with N.P. and F.A., H.K.'s parties,
Roy's with G.S. and H.K. and the best was
Christmas vacation 1980 ending with a begin-
ning Uanuary 3, 1981i fA.P.J. Thanks!
"Thanks for the times that you've given me.
The memories are all in my mind."
CHRISTINE M. HANLEY
Spirit Day '81, 811180, 8f'l0!80, Thanks so
much Mom and Dad - I love you! Lorraine,
don't forget your keys! Bartending with K.L.
- Here's to the 3 musketeers D.L., P.R., CH.,
and Chaminade boys.
" 'Cause we're having a party!"
"Bring your good times and your laughter,
"I can't get no satisfaction."
"Tonight in Iungleland!"
S.C.B., French Club, Canoe Trip '80, Genesis,
Louie's party 9th grade, "The Tray's House",
Eric's parties, Cruisin' in the HBN, Reina's
slumber, Chatterly's with Deb, Oct. 3, 1981,
and the best of times with Io.
"Raise high the roof beam, carpenters."
Masquers, Softball, Spanish Club, Barbara,
Denise, Iackie, Ianet, Lia, and Lisa, "The Best
of Times", Crew, my 17th birthday, Weiner
roasts on the field, three of a kind, the Prom
"If every word I said could make you laugh,
I'd talk forever."
PATRICIA KATHLEEN HART
Trojan, French Clubs, Swim team '79, Flag
Football '81, Smush parties, C.C., I.N., L.S.,
D.P., T.G., CLR., I.F., to my friends: I'll miss
you all more than you will know or words can
"He who fears being conquered is sure of
"Silence is golden."
IAMES URBAN HANNON
Lax, Hockey, Captain Varsity Lacrosse, surf-
ing, Ten Feat, Loft functions, many good times
with good friends, shooting at Spike's, special
times with R.M.
"It's good to be a seeker,
but sooner or later
you have to be a finder."
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KELLY ANN MARIE HARTFIELD
Colorguard, summer of '80 and '81, all those
great Friday nights, all the great times, good
times we had in band camp, the great band
parties, the fun times we had when we got
together. I enjoyed my Senior year of high
school. Thanks to my friends and to my Mom
PATRICK IOHN KELLY HEANEY
"Rome was not built in a day.
Opposition may come your way,
but the harder the battle may seem,
the sweeter the victory,"
MARGARET ANN HAYES
Track, Trojan Club, French Club, P.T.R.,
Larkin's, All-nighters, Cutchogue, Halloween
with K.B., Homecoming, Spirit Day, best of
times with the greatest friends, esp. L.K.,
C.M., I.B., N.I., P.R., K.L.
"Special times, special places, special friends
to remember, the moments pass so quickly,
but the memories are forever."
Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you.
DOUGLAS ROBERT HEGEMAN
After school club, England, Degathing, Doing
Boos, The Bwoppers, Big Don and all other
H.D.B. members, Luce Ends, the Prunes.
"But why, Wra?" "Tee Zee" "I want my gar-
bage!!" "He said wha?!"
- Yin Yang
Rush, the Dregs, Led Zep, Mangled Degas
EILEEN PATRICIA HEANEY
Excellent times with the greatest friends in
the world. Thanks for always being there. Best
times with W.P. I'1l never forget anything.
We can never know about the days to come,
but we think about them anyway. I hope they
are as happy as the memories I have of the
days gone by.
MARK L. HEILSHORN
Football, Tennis, Paul Ziring, Chris Lopresti,
James Ostrowski, Rich Tolner, Willy
DeVencentis, Ieff Bayuk, Paul Sperry, john
Crafa, Lobster at Ieff's house.
IOAN ELLEN HEISELMAN
Stony Sevowner, Partying, Working at 7-11,
Going to concerts, Going to Brooklyn, Going
sick with "Gina" and the moped.
"Poison all the water, use up all the air, blow
your stupid heads off, see if I could care, put
me down but don't blame me for what you
did, cause inside everyone is a heavy metal
GLENN T. HENNEBERGER
j.V. Baseball, Wrestling, German Club, S.C.B.
Executive Board . . ., Blue Max, Hockey at
"In the days of my youth I was told what it
means to be a man. Now I've reached that age,
I've tried to do all those things the best I can."
MARY MICHELE HICKS
Trojan Club, Lacrosse, P.T.R., special times
with special friends, especially Nancy.
"Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder
where the years have gone. I would turn the
pages back but time would not allow. The way
these days just rip along, too fast to last, too
vast, too strong."
"I love you Mom . . . Thanks"
GREGG A. HENSLEY
I.V. Football 11th, Santana, Allman Bros.,
Genesis, ZZTOP, The best times with my
honey, Tricia, 719181, Getting Kathy's cuda,
Having a good time with Chris and Pat at Rip-
ples and the painted pony, Summer of '80
with Daren and Syphy, The Lincoln Inn, The
slump with P.K., T.S., B.M.
"The only way to be is just to be yourself."
WILLIAM FOSTER HIGGINS
I.B. remember all the safe driving tips you
learned on Oxford Blvd., and also remember
all the good times we had from eating on ski
trips to having great parties with Mon-chi-chi.
"One of these things is not like the others.
One of these things does not belong."
THOMAS R. HOFFELDER
Winter track, Spring track, Cross Country,
junior Achievement, The many hours spent
running on the track and through streets of
Garden City, fun weekends spent with
"I don't give a damn fo: a man that can spell a
word only one way."
Wings Hockey 10, 11, 12, Loft Functions, Phil
Lesh - Box of Rain, Airplane, Special AP II
classes, Hot Tuna, A.L.L.
"Faring thee well, now
Let your life proceed by its own design
Nothing to tell, now
Let the words be yours, I'm done with mine."
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MARY KATE HOFFMAN
Girls' I.V. Basketball, Girls' Varsity Lacrosse,
Varsity Field Hockey, 12th Grade Council,
Leaders, Trojan Club, Donna, Sue, Solita, Lisa,
Frost Valley with the Mod Quad.
"We can't all be heroes because someone has
to sit on the curb and clap as they go by."
MATTHEW E. W. HOGE
Summers out east in Quogue, Summer '81,
wake surfing, P.I-I., D.M., S.Y.C., Flies B.P.,
Peconic Cliffs, S.E., B.O., Turkey Bridge, T.P.,
B.P., D.M., M.C., P.H., Neil Young.
"Many times I've lied
Many times I've listened
Many times I've wondered
How much there is to know."
iso short, so longj
PATRICIA ANN HOFFMAN
Varsity Field Hockey, I.V. Basketball, Varsity
Basketball, Varsity Badminton, Spanish Club
Treas., Leader's Club Treas., Youth Group,
Student Store Helper, Chris, Sue, Debbie,
Magnus, Lisa, Patty, Donna, Kate, Leader's
Canoe Trips, Senior-Iunior Prom, Disney
"Ask not what your country can do for you,
ask what you can do for your country."
Iohn F. Kennedy
AILEEN GRACE HOLLIS
Trojan Club, V. Cheering, V. Lacrosse, Must,
Magazine Drive, P.T.R., Parties at Larkin's, Iu-
ly 3, All-Nighters, Spirit Day, Celebratin'.
"So you're scared and you're thinking that
maybe We ain't that young anymore, Show a
little faith, There's magic in the night."
MARK B. HOLOBIGIAN
A.V., running movies for classes and for
movie night, getting through 11th grade.
"Only those who dare . . . truly live . . ."
Ferrari . . . forever . . .
KAREN JEAN HUGHES
Spanish Club, Grade Council, Must, Trojan
Club, Key Club.
"There is a destiny that makes
us brothers . . .
None goes his way alone. . .
All that we give into the
lives of others . . .
Comes back into our own."
Summers at the point, special people I'1l
always remember, getting the car, "R.S."
- happiness sneaks in thru a door you didn't
know you left open.
- it is better to love a short girl than never to
- lose your dreams and you will lose your
German Club, Sr, Class Council, Trojan Club,
Spanish Club, Must. Montauk '81, Homecom-
ing Day '81, Nothing Book, "Math Roll" with
L.I., Taking the long way home.
"Generals do it with class!"
"Home is where you want it to be."
You're the best Mom and Dad! And to ALL my
other "Mommies," you're great too!
JOHN F. HOYT
Captain Color Guard, Summer of '81 with I.C.,
D.P., and S.M., I.H., A.P., Another late night
with B.L., "Pass me another Molsons", "The
Prixs"g "The Birds"p Baby Blue and C.C.'s T.A.,
"Are you on drugs or something?" Those two
boltsg "lust a five minute break"p High St.,
"Success is to be measured not so much by the
goals one has achieved in life, but by the
obstacles he has overcome while trying to
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DONALD G. IMGRAM
Masquers, Seminar, Confirmation, Iohn,
Whitney, Liz, Iohn, Retreats, Mini Cinema,
Rocky Horror, Induction, Weigels, Deering,
Deer Hill, C.F. '82, England, Bertha, Sty-
ble!Angela, Iournals, Kathy, Steener, Gordon,
Cy, Thumper, Glenda, God.
"How lucky you are to have known someone
that saying good-bye is so damned awful."
- Dick Bueck
TARA ANNE IRWIN
Trojan Club, Debbie, Susan, Regina,
September '80, Laces, Surprise party, Lord
Stanley's Feast, Mr. Badger's class.
"Think deeply, speak gently,
Love much, laugh often,
Work hard, give freely,
Pay promptly, pray earnestly,
And be kind."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
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vyljf A.P., 1.c., JA., Doc D., The Red Vega, Bubba
"Flyin' away on a wing and a prayer, who
could it be? Believe it or not it's just me."
LISA RENEE ISSING
German Club V.P., Trojan Club, Senior Class
Council, S.C.B., . . . "The Nothin' Bookers",
"Mousie", Montauk '81, M.H. and her lovable
duck, the one and only toilet paper badminton
To L.H., S.P., and especially M.H.: "Thanks -
just for being friends."
NANCY SHERWOOD IRWIN
Great memories with the best of friends,
9! 13181, the best past three years possible.
"Adn our time is flyin' see the candle burnin'
low. It's the new world risin' from the
shambles of the old. If we could just join
hands! That's all it takes."
- The Rover
To my family - Thanks for being there!
PETER E. JENSEN
Remember: Summer '80, '81, '69, '70 Cutlass,
"Only those who dare, truly live."
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Parties, concerts Cgodzilla, SS:G Parkj, maggot-
man, Skiing, Echo insanity.
"Time it was, and what a time it was,
It was . . . a time of innocence,
A time of confidences. Long ago . . . it must be
I have a photograph, preserve your memories,
They're all that's left of you."
- Simon and Garfunkel
Football, Basketball, Water and Snow Skiing,
Hunting, "Getting it." Toronto convention
with the Sons, Fokos Sunday Nights,
Buckboard's, Pt. Lookout '80-'81, November
20th I am there, Uncle Sam's Thursday Nights,
Goya dances. To all the great times with my
friends, Memories with Barbara that will
always be there.
"Born to be Wild."
DONNA MARIE JOYCE
Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, A.K., L.N.,
J.B., M.M., H and H, J.C., J.O., M.H., L.I.,
phone"'c'btiversations, Bp. victory, Ponytails,
"I dedicate this space to my parents whose
sacrifices have made my life enjoyable, whose
care has shown me kindness, and whose love
has given me happiness."
"Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you."
WILLIAM JOHN KARCHER
Skiing, soccer, tennis, hockey. CK., M.M.,
P.Z., C.S., Canada '80, Vermont '81, West
End 2!Arby's, Mr. Bruni's Latin class.
"Never put off 'til tomorrow, that which can
be done today."
STACEY ANNE KALKINES
"Aceystay" "Honey" "Spacey"
Majorette Capt., French Club, Class Council,
Italian Club '79, '80, England '80, Florida, New
Hampshire, Westhampton, Hanging out with
Donald M., T.P.M., Majorettes, C.K., Ms. G.,
Lydia, H, to H, R.R.'s. "Don't touch me!" Love
and thanks to Mom and Dad and everyone at
the Big Red O.
"Live today as if tomorrow might never
KATHRYN ELIZABETH KEANE
Marching and Concert Band, French Club,
C.G., M.E., C.W., K.M,K., M.M., T.T., R.M.,
K.M., F.L., KB., C.P., L.M,, E.O., S.K., T.M.,
D.M., E.M., KJ., L.W., L.H., England 1980
"IfI am right, thy grace impart
still in the right to stay,
If I am wrong, oh teach my heart
To find the better way."
Thanks Mom and Dad!
ANNE M. KELLY
G.A.A., Trojan Club, Basketball '81, Bethpage
- ??? Field Hockey Trip, Drives with "TFM."
"He has the right to criticize who has the
heart to help."
"In the hour of adversity be not without hope
For crystal rain falls from black clouds."
To my family - You're the best!
Bosco and Mallomars, summer nights,
Dewars, New Year's Eve, Coney Island,
Grarn's house, 4th of july, Rock 'n Roll, Hang-
ing out, Twiggy, Wacked, Atlantic City,
Manhattan Beach, Florida, Beers. Exploring,
Bocchi Ball, the Boys, Cousin Vinnie at the
Stones Concert, Ocean Fish, Ant at Bonds,
47th Street with Uncle Ang., Malteds.
"The best is yet to come, and I'll be back
stronger than ever!"
JOHN 1. KEHOE
Favorite activities are soccer and track. A cer-
tain unplanned, abrupt stop coming from
Delaware will never be forgotten. However,
the night of Oct. 2nd will be remembered as
the most memorable.
"Remember, we are shooting for an A today."
DAVID WILLIAM KENNA
Skiing, Golf, Concert Band, Iazz Ensemble,
White Horse, Hug Dega Band. March 6, 1981.
"They say that life's a carousel
Spinning fast, you've got to ride it well.
The world is full of kings and queens
Who blind your eyes then steal your dreams.
It's Heaven and Hell."
Ronnie Iames Dio, Black Sabbath
IAMES PATRICK KENNY
Baseball, Fraternity, Ten Feat, Loft Functions,
New York Mets.
"So blow your whistle freight train, take me
far down the track, I'm goin' away, I'm leavin'
today, I'm goin', but I ain't comin' back."
KIMBERLEE MARTHA KEPPLER
Social Chairman, Student Council, S.C.B., and
Trojan Club, Executive Board, Cheering,
Lacrosse, Homecoming Court, National
Honor Society, W.H.B.: "kesh", magic's,
8!20!80, G and S '80, Ian. '81, "Gieks" and
Chilly Willy's. Vail, ski camp, Canada, France,
and Ft. Lauderdale. Thanks for the wild times
M.T.M., A,M.B., R.M., S.P., L.C., and "Big
Mom and Dad, I love you!
PETER D. KENNY
"I-Iola!", Led Zeppelin, great times with friends,
A.P. Art, England with Charlie, Mattituck, Ski
trips with Tray, Kung Fu, Church Cheerleading,
Genesis 11!29l81, Thanks Mom and Dad.
"If you have two coats, give one to the poor. If
you have extra food, give it away to those who
"I had a dream -- oh, my crazy dream. Anything
I wanted to know, any placel wanted to go."
PETER E. KENNY
Weekend Ski trips, traveling, flying, good
times with friends, B.H., I.B., R.G., T.B., C.B.,
T.A., H.R., wlI.K. The Blue Max, Mast, I.A,
"Flow to the sea,
you know where to go.
Still we are free,
no one tells the wind which way to blow."
ANTHONY ROBERT KNOERZER
"Antony", "Tony", "Nose"
German Club President, Soccer, the Prom,
Spring Fling, the Loft, good times with M.C.,
M.L., G.P., E.O., C.P., G.F., D.C., Coburg, Vien-
na, the Who, the Doobie Bros.
"Go placidly amid the noise and haste and
remember what peace there may be in
Mast, Track, Baseball, Springsteen, Islanders,
Mrs. Dina, Feb. 6 at the Garden, "Mew",
Hawthorne, Peets, "At any rate", Kitty, James
"You say it's very hard to leave
the life we knew, but there's
no other way, and now,
it's really up to you."
SUSAN JUNG-AH KOH
French Club, Ballet, Key Club, Astronomy
Club, Grade Council. Andover with Elizabeth,
Boston, Charlie in the city, Floie and the
horses, Sue, Dancin' Chopin, Simon and
"Man is . . . worthy of all admiration . . . man
is rightly believed to be a great miracle . . . a
being to be admired."
Pico Della Mirandola
MICHAEL T. KOCONAS
Tennis team, Summer of '81 and Stanley Cup
Playoffs '80 and '81.
"A winner never quits and a quitter never
KATHLEEN MARIE KOHLER
Good times with friends . . .
"You can't always get what you want, but if
you try sometimes you just might find that
you get what you need."
"A smile costs nothing, but gives to those who
receive it. It takes but a moment, yet the
memory of it sometimes lasts forever."
JAMES LEE KOESTER
"Co-Captain Varsity Soccer, Tri-Captain Varsi-
ty Lacrosse, Going to Hofstra . . . and Scoring!
Lacrosse in Virginia, Cranking shots at G.K.'s,
LA-X camp with spike and coach. Vermont
'81 .... Thanks Mom, Dad, Friends.
"Some men think they're born to be king,
Maybe that's true.
But I think passing love around
Is all we were born to do."
Tennis, track, Ten Feat, Sugarbush '81, loft
functions, Bridgehampton, Vermont.
"We know what a person thinks not when he
tells us what he thinks, but by his actions."
KERRIE CLAIRE KONNER
Cheering - Trenton, Hamptons - summer
'79 with I.P., '81 with I.R. and cowtipping
with M.O.'S and L.K., A.O.A., T.P.,
M.R., W.M., CB., S.B., I.G., C.D., Tuts -
Ker, Wal and Mol. 13 years with Mol! Fine
house, Pat B., 510.43 Bucko, Kase, Yeaaah!
"Ride with the tide, go with the flow." N.N.
P.S. Thanks Mom and Dad
P.P.S. I love you Bro!
PATRICK J. KOSLO
Skiing in Vail '81, golf, Sox's bar with T.R.,
E.D., I.H., IJ., SN., Leo's, Chop, Paul's shell,
"When this you see, remember me
And bear me in your mind.
Let all the world say what they may,
Speak of me as you find."
May 28, Gemini, music, the beach, hitting
discos, going out, water skiing, roller skating,
DJ.-ing, ping pong, badminton, fashion, art,
USA, Greece, my box, motorcycle rides, belly
dancing, Malaconda Beach, the gang, cruising,
being a dance pro, dancing in "Apollo,"
Aquarius disco - cafeteria,
"Laughter is the best medecinef'
P.S. Thank you Mom and Dad
Cheering, Prom '81, skiing - Canada, Smell
and Kat, Tuts-Ker, Mol, and Wal, Cowtipping,
radical Annie's 17th, Too much wine, too
much song, wonder how we got along, Florida
'81, TC3-10.43, Fine House.
"There never seems to be enough time to do
the things you want to do once you find
Thanks to my family.
1.V,, Varsity soccer, Election committee. Good
tunes, the ST, and good times.
"I grumlbed because I had no shoes, until I
saw a man who had no feet."
LORRAINE MARIE KREBS
Cheering, Trojan Club, Magazine Drive, good
times with C.M., P.H.,1.B., N.I., and K.L.
"I've been aware of the time going by,
They say in the end it's a wink of an eye."
CHARLES D. KRIEG
Ice hockey, Varsity Tennis, Wrestling, Bill
Karcher, Tom Lee, Steve Zannos, joe Paykin
fAdolfoJ, Iim O'Neill, Piege Film
"Never overstay your welcome or you'll never
be welcome to stay over."
- Steve Zannos
MICHAEL FRANCIS LaBIANCA
Skiing, U.S. II's, football and softball, looking
through cat eyes, The good taste of Canadian
Beer, '81, There's nothing like a Grateful Dead
Concert, "What ever happened to Lou
"One Step done and another begun, and I
wonder how many miles."
REGINA MARIE KRUPICA
Stone seveowner, Michael, Casey, Lavelles,
Dianefsj, Bayville, bikers, Lorrainefsj, Shielda,
Andrewfsj, Terry, R.F., McHebes, M.R., Lon-
don, full sailing, 10th St. in Locust Valley,
Ripples, Harry's, Lota summers, Parties in the
Park, july 14, '81, Nov. 25, '79, tonsils,
Mercedes, convertibles, vodka, The Dead.
"If you can't be good, be good at it."
WILLIAM R. LAKE
Varsity Soccer, Varsity Tennis, I.V. Basketball,
Knox's Cave, Waterworks . . . Bishop Guertin,
I.D., New Hampshire
"There is only one success - to be able to
spend your life in your own way."
LIA SOFIA KWEE
Swimming, early morning practice, badmin-
ton, Spanish Club, Mast.
"It was the best of times,
it was the worst of times,
it was the age of wisdom,
it was the age of foolishness."
Thanks to all my friends, and special thanks to
my Mom and Dad.
La-x 11, 12, Wrestling 11, 12, Student Council,
Good times with Bubba, Pitch, M.G., R.F.,
Mom, Dad. Thanks for trusting and believing
in me. I love you. Thank you Aunt Marilyn
and Bruce for all of your hospitality and
"Let us, then, be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate:
Still achieving, still pursuing,
Learn to labor and to wait."
H. W. Longfellow
FRANCES E. LASHEN
Excellent times with all my friends, Band trip
to London, 1980, Band Follies, Summer of
1979 in California with K.M., Parties, S.L.I.P.
Best of luck to everyone in the class of 1982!
"It matters not what you are thought to be, but
what you are."
NANCY ELIZABETH LAYTON
Celestones, French Club, Choir, Acolytes,
Y.P.F., England '79!'81, sing with Barry, Sweet
Sixteen, my love for the jokester, memories of
great times with all my friends.
"lust a dream and the wind to carry me and
soon I will be free."
"I've loved these days."
ANN BARBARA LAVELLE
COTA Sneezes, LDW LT House, driving in
rain, Garvey's Point, Ripples, Harry's, fights,
Scopeable, movies, billiards, Le shoe, whale
on beach, boom-ba's, LT burps, goop! Silly me,
L,B. To my friends, I love you all.
"Hey, we got a long way to go so keep on
lovin' and make it slow."
Here's to good friends -
live, love, and laugh, today,
tomorrow, and forever.
"If you see someone without a smile, give
them one of yours."
"Some people think it's holding on that makes
one strong. Sometimes it's letting go."
Student Council treasurer, Trojan Club, S.C.B.,
Lacrosse ... Homecoming ... 6!21l81,
9!25!81 . . . great times with the best of
friends . . . thanks for your love and support
Daddy, Mom, B.L., M.E.B., E.M., I.W.
"Yesterday is already a memory and tomorrow
is only a dream, but today well lived makes
every yesterday a memory of happiness and
every tomorrow a dream of hope."
Varsity Cross Country, Winter Track, GREAT
friends, family, john, jeff, Rich, Steve, Chuck,
Ioe, Jim, Tom, Steve.
"I will not give in. I will conquer this hill, I
will conquer it alone."
Masquers secretary, crew, costumes, cast par-
ties. Great times with I.D., P.D., M.O., I.P.
Legz, Uncle Sam's, Taco's, Valley Stream with
P.D., summer '81, Ants concert '81.
Special thanks to I.P. and M.R.O., my Mom,
Dad, and Michelle Brock.
JAMES MICHAEL LOCOPO
Eh, Italian Club, Band, Nads, Defectors.
"Ya Gotta Believe." Tug McGraw
"Confusion will be my epitaph, as I cross a
cracked and broken path. If we make it we can
all sit back and laugh."
Tennis, I.O., P.Z., R.T., I.W., W.D., E.B., R.P.,
M.H., "S.L.B." RT Parties, attic functions,
"Go real slow, you'll like it more and more,
take it as it comes, and specialize in having
ELIZABETH IAQUELINE LOBO
To the best of friends - especially the Clique
"Thank you for the smiles you've given me to-
day, I just hope they last the rest of the way."
"Take your time, don't live too fast,
Troubles will come and they will pass,
Don't you worry - you'1l find yourself,
just follow your heart and nothing else."
ANDREA LYNN LUCANO
Mast Thanks to my good friends . . . The
memories linger on . . . 7!5!80 with MaryLou,
. . . 8l28!81 with Liz . . . Thanks Tara, The
Monkees with Fifi . . . Neil jackson, Petty,
Dan, Todd, "A Dream Goes on Forever," "just
One Victory - and We're on our Way."
"You don't know what you've got till it's
MARIE JEAN LUCCA
Mast Co-Editor, Hon. Soc., Cast Parties, Poker
games, Band Follies and Functions, Italian
Bowling, Tuds and Penguines, Prom '81 w!
A.K., Kev, Ier, M.N., H.L., A.P., my GI, Enzo's,
Ocean City, "Strut"
"A smile costs nothing but gives much.
It enriches those who receive without making
poorer those who give.
It takes but a moment, but the memory of it
sometimes lasts forever."
TIMOTHY PATRICK MCCARTHY IR.
june 20 '81 . . . getting to know Claudia, Par-
ties, My friends you have made our times
together memories, let us not forget or regret.
Ireland Summer '81 special memories with
"Living well is the best revenge."
Old Spanish Proverb
"My Brother was an only Child."
Thanks Mom and Dad
KERIN MARIE LUHMANN
Summer of '81 and '82, Spirit Day '81,
Larkin's, 512181, july 3 and 4 '81, Open
houses, all-nighters, Chop, cruising, parties at
you know who's.
"Usually it's too late when you realize what
"I know that it's wrong and I should be so
strong, but the thought of it gone makes me
want to hold on."
Thanks Mom and Dad . . . I love you!
Varsity Football 11, 12, Varsity Track 10, 11,
12. Good times with great friends. Bob Dylan,
"May God blessed keep you always,
May your wishes all come true.
May you always do for others,
And let others do for you.
May you build a ladder to the stars,
and climb on every one.
May you stay forever young."
KEVIN JOHN LYNCH
Mast, Echo, National Honor Society, French
Club, Core, Library . . . Mast functions, Mark's
Loft, Insects . . ., Straggling with I.S., Mort,
Idi, I.M., D.D., Gail, and M.L.
"Living is easy with eyes closed,
Misunderstanding all you see. It's getting
hard to be someone, but it all works out, It
doesn't matter much to me."
Iohn Lennon and Paul McCartney
Coburg exchange, LAX, Utopia - N.Y.C., Ger-
man Club. "Ripple"
"You may be about to fall,
but we go down fighting.
Underneath it all, we're here together.
So pray for it all day,
Fight for it all night,
and give us just one victory,
and we'll be all right!"
EILEEN PATRICIA MCGOWAN
Majorettes, Religion Teacher, Masquers,
England '80, 12!6!80, good times with good
friends, K.M., C.W., R.M., M.M., F.L., I.C.
"It's nice to be important, but it's more impor-
tant to be nice."
Thanks Mom and Dad
P.T.R., S.C.B. executive, Magazine Drive, flag
football, Oasis, Horizons. Great times with
Kathy, Chris, Bill, and Mary. Live, Love,
"If you think your life is complete confusion
cause you never win the game cause your
neighbors got it made just remember that it's a
Grand Illusion And deep inside we're all the
Trojan Club, Key Club, Kickline, P.T.R., Great
times with Mohawk, Kate, Clairice, A.D., E.M.,
T.G., Horses. To my friends, family, and
especially, Mom and Dad.
"Thanks for everything. I never realized what
a great life I have. Thanks for being part of it."
"Dare to test your wings."
The Who: Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend,
Iohn Entistle, Keith Moon, Kenney Iones.
"I think that if you're smashed into the
ground completely, the only real way to go is
ERIN VIRGINIA MCNAMARA
Track, Soccer, Key Club, Trojan Club, P.T.R.,
Summer of '81 . . ., especially 714181,
Homecoming '81, parties. Excellent times with
great friends will always be remembered.
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
remember why, but I still love those good
times gone by."
Thanks Mom and Dad - you're the greatest.
REGINA ANNE MACK
Must, S.C.B., Key Club, the Councils,
Ramones, Ca's house, A.P. Art, Kelly's house,
times at Shoreham, Rucca, S.F.'s.
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
remember why, but I still love those good
times gone by."
Tommy. . . "H.O.L.L.A.N.D."
"Bestest times with all my friends."
DONALD TERRY MacLEOD IR.
French Club Secretary, Madrigals, Class Coun-
cil, best of times with Stacey K., Summers in
Southhampton, Florida, New Hampshire,
T.P.M., C.K., and H.A.A. III.
"The years between have taught me some
sweet, some bitter lessons, none Wiser than
this - to spend in all things else, But of old
friends, Be Most Miserlyf'
james Russell Lowell
Thanks Mother and Dad
ELIZABETH AMY MAIER
P.D., D.G., L.R., R.S., R.W., going to the junior
prom with Iohn Nicols and Iune 9th 1981.
"What a long strange trip it's been."
PATRICK F. MALONEY
Guitar, Luce Ends and friends, Eat the
Machines, Battles '80, '81, I.M.Z.N.
"We've traveled many places. Doing the best
of things, which no one can replace in."
DEBORAH ANN MAHER
Leader's Club, Trojan Club. German Club and
Spanish Club. Summer of 1980 in Germany
with Sue, Lord Stanley's Feast, sixth-period
Physics class, Milleridge Inn Halloween Par-
ty, Senior Flag Football.
"A friend is someone who
knows all about you,
and likes you anyway."
Honor Society, Swim team Captain, Key Club,
Language Tutors, Italian Club, Trojan Club.
Ski trips and the beach - all the good times
with good friends, traveling and most impor-
tantly - learning. Thanks Mom and Dad!
1 f if A 1
DONALD T. MANCELS
To all my friends, especially all the Two's,
Hug Dega Band, Degathing, Luce Ends and
Company, Taj Parties, T.Z. Pub, A.P. Two's,
Iimi Hendrix, C.H., Kenworthy, we say whaa!
and we are gone. Thank you Mom and Dad for
MATTHEW SCOTT MANNING
Computer Club, Newspapers, Peter Martin,
john Newman, Iim Sager, Iohn deLuna.
"Let it be."
I'll always remember the best of times with
N.S., N.C., F.M., and the homeboys from
"Hollywood." The always and forever drum-
mer of '81 with Barbara.
"When you find the ones you love a lot you
must never let them go."
CLAUDIA ISABEL MANRIQUE
Meeting Scott I. and sharing thousands of
great times together, Canada fskij, a broken
leg for 10 months, My friends: M.L.R., I.H.,
C.C., S.S., AJ., M.T., D.B., D.C., Laudie n- Scott
. . . forever.
"This is the end beautiful friend, the end of
elaborate Plans, the end of everything that
stands, the end, No safety, No surprise, The
end, I'll never look into your eyes again."
Masquers, Elsa, Westhampton - Best of
Times, Shenifer, Kim, Caela, M.B.'s, Chilly's 7,
T-Bay, Billy Buttons, water skiing, inlet, exer-
cise? "My head is in a spin," T-Ball, K.O.C.,
Hawaii - Ted, Gold and Silver 12!23!80,
Ellen - Canada '79, '80, '81, Football, The
All my love and thanks to my wonderful
KRISTIN LOUISE MANTZ
German Club, Celestones, Majoretters '80,
L.C.R. Cheering. M.E., K.K., C.W., F.L., M.M.,
R.M., E.M., P.S,, D.D., M.W., C.G., D.M., T.T.,
E.D. Halloween of 1980, Great times with
"Seek your dreams and you shall find hap-
piness, Follow your heart and you shall find
meaning to life."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Chesca . . . Camelot Inn - Face to Face,
Horizons, Pinstripes - 506, Slammers,
Horizon Sun, Doors, Doobies . . . Surfing Sun-
day's, Rocky!, Thursdays, Delaware canoe trip
- 10 mile River, skiing, Hunter Mtn. -
Nastar, Dec. Vt. trip - HonKer!
IOANNA B. MARTONE
The Unicorn, the Rose, and Friends.
"To see a world in a grain of sand -
and heaven in a wild flower.
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand -
and eternity in an hour."
Favorite Pastimes: Electronics, A few good
friends, The Beatles, Stones, and Led Zep-
pelin, and an old beat up Les Paul.
"The eagle he picks his eye the worm he licks
CHRISTINE ANNE MASTERSON
Varsity Field Hockey, Varsity Softball, P.T.R.
Best of Friends make best of memories.
Homecoming '79, 7-3-81, 6-6-81, Spirit Day
'81, Parties at Larkin's, Florida '81, All-
nighters, Southold '80.
"You and I have memories longer than the
road that's spread ahead of us."
Thanks Mom and Dad for always being there.
SERCIO EMILIO MARTINEZ
Mathletes, Physics Club. Great times with I.T.
and my great-great-great grand-ape. The ten-
inch reflector and Stormin' Normin'.
"God does not play dice with the universe."
Lo Stivule, Italian Club.
"When you look over your shoulder and you
see the life you've left behind, you can
dream, but you can never go back the way you
came." A .
. jackson Browne
. VICTORIA MATTHEWS
H J "Vicky"
Varsity Swimming-'and Diving, Co-Captain
Trojanettes, dancing, Summer of '80, ""No
sliceswat tables," Miss Niss, Great times with
great friends. L
"We're always proving who we are, always
reaching forfthat brightened star to guide me
far and,-shine me home, out here on my own."
V f . 1 - I. Cara
Thanks Mom and Dad. ' ,
Martial Arts, Swimming, Coins, Di, Burn Rub-
ber, Iimmy Byrnes, Dancin', Red Vega, New
Smyrna Beach. The "Capers" with Mike, Alex,
and Larry. Friends, Mike, Alex, Ion, Iohn,
Nick, Artie, Walt.
"I may not hit rock bottom, but at least I hit
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WENDY JILL MAYER
Good times with great friends S.B., M.R., I.G.,
M.O., T.P., K.K., M.M. The "Immediate," Sum-
mer of '81 fH.T.J with S.B. Great times at "89"
Wiegel's Place, Homecoming '81, E.W., I.L.,
and M.R., G.N.O. when it was possible, soaps
with the girls, P.T.R. in 10th, laughing with
THOMAS WILLIAM MERCANTE
Football, Lax, Nautilus, Boating, Water skiing.
T.G. at Iay's, Lifeguarding, Beach-nite, full
moon, beautiful girl, my Le Saber had its time,
pals Eric, Scull, Ron, Reebs, bridges jumping,
"Slow hand," Ir. Prom, "Yeah, right."
"Wam Bam, Thank you Ma'am."
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CYNTHIA L. MERWARTH
Indeein' down the 500, The Spider Mobile,
10!17!81, N.C., K.S., S.S., T.T.
"Look around and choose your own ground,
for long you live and high you fly. And smiles
you'll give, and tears you'l1 cry, and all you
touch, and all you see is all your life will ever
- Pink Floyd
"Face piles of trials with smiles."
- Moody Blues
JACQUELINE B. MEYER
Skiing, softball, crew, best times with Barbara,
Solita, L.E., L.F., BD., M.P., N.S., R.S., C.F.,
I.R., summer of '81, '81 prom.
"Our memories of yesterday will last a
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
remember why, but I still love those good
times gone by."
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you.
'X , ,v' i .
VINCENT NATHAN MISTRETTA
Student Council, Must, Photo, R.R.S., R.M.,
T.A., D.D., Smalley parties I, II, Fairfield, Sun-
day football, E and I, D.P.
"Our memories of yesterday will last a
We'll take the best, forget the rest, and
we'll find that these are the best of times."
Thanks Mom and Dad
Thanks Beth, Maureen, Mary, Paula for
making what could have been a really tough
year a nice one. Beth and Ieanne, I'1l trip you
BRIAN PATRICK MOLTER
". . . Angie, ain't it good to be alive."
CATHERINE MARY MILLER
Soccer, softball, tennis, special times with
Chris, Cuff and Cork, canoeing, Leadering,
football games, lacrosse, Homecoming, special
friends, Bermuda, Vermont.
"Don't be dismayed at goodbyes. A farewell is
necessary before we meet again, and meeting
again after moments or lifetimes is certain for
those who are friends."
LAURA CHRISTINE MONAHAN
German Club, Majorettes, Track, Inkspots,
Polar Bear, Soccer manager, R.H.P.S. with
S.G., H.S., L.Z., German class with F.R., my
"These are the times that try men's souls."
VERONICA MAUREEN MORAN
Twirling 10-12, England '80, skiing, German
Club, Labor Day weekends '80 and '81, Band
parties, Duncan's parties, Commando Squad,
I would like to thank all who made my years
Good Luck to the Class of 1982.
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you.
MARGARET R. MORGAN
Time moves quickly - just yesterday we were
sophs. We're older and wiser now, having
seen the good times and having made it
through the bad with little help from our
friends. I'll never forget: Southern
thunderstorms, Hofstra, Band Follies rehear-
sals, London '80, the Knoxville airport I
couldn't have made it without y'all.
Student Council Sergeant at Arms, Iunior
Class Secretary, Honor Society, Cheering,
Magazine Drive Board, S.C.B. Executive Board,
january '81, Venice - summer '81.
To my family and friends - Thanks for all of
the help and support you've given me. I'm so
lucky to have such special people in my life.
You and all of the good times will never be
forgotten . . . I love you!
Summer '81 with Iohn and Arty at Uncle
Sam's and Point Lookout, Prom night at the
Copa, Iackson's concert, H.H.'s car, Mike's lit-
"You can change a lot of things in your life,
but not your destiny."
ANDREW JAMES MORREALE
Good times with good friends, a special fami-
ly, and a very special friend, N.D.!
"If trouble comes, I don't pay no mind, I'll be
all right someday, deep in my heart I do
believe that I'll be all right someday."
"Goin' where those chilly winds don't blow."
Vermont, Canada, camping with ugly, skiing,
baseball, long live TEN FEAT, Loft functions,
"The VW Bus."
"The secret of life is enjoying the passage of
Any fool can do it.
There ain't nothing to it."
Summer of '81 with Nick and Iohn at Pt.
Lookout, Uncle Sam's, I-I.H.'s car, Iackson's
concert, elepha's, Mike's car, good times Dan-
cin' with the boys.
"It's not the size of the wand, it's the magician
that uses it."
"Dance, sing, shake, swing, rock it everybody
to the new, fun thing."
DAVID A. MORTAZAVI
IV Football, skiing, summer of '79 in New
Hampshire, Westhampton, the Post-stop Cafe,
Magic's and the Artful Dodger.
"What is a friend? A single soul that dwells in
"Feats don't fail me now."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
WILLIAM C. MOYER
Guitar, Lynn, Urs, Buddy, Chris, Dionysus,
Outrage and the Prunes, RUSH!
"You can get what you want or you could just
get old. There's only so much time and only so
many hours in a day."
KATHRYN MARY MORTENSEN
P.T.R., Softball, Soccer, great times with
friends, K.M., M.F., C.B., E.M., G.D., A.P., and
"Some men see things as they are, and say
why? I dream things that never were: and say
Robert F. Kennedy
LORRIANE KAREN MOYER
Roslyn, McHebe's, Ray's Pizza, Ego Boosters,
Sisems, bright white lights, marsh, the barn,
Cutchogue, G.H., Cota, Fish people,
Celestones . . . Aztec Two-Step, TODD! . . . to
KO. and T.B. - Love ya! . .. All my love to
L.D., R.K., I.H., L.T., M.V., and D.B .... to LD.
and P.B. - thanks guys, I love ya!
JOHN D. MOYERS
Mast, sports announcer, Photo, Ir.-Sr.
Seminar, "Dark Star", Puke, 02, Big, Hank,
Rocky, B-day at Wiegel's, turning point -
5!30!81, 1 A.M. with Don, Iohn, "Bertha" at
Deer Hill, Thanks to Liz the Ear.
"Ask, and you shall receive, seek, and you
shall find, knock, and the door will be opened
"Change is the essence of life."
Band, P.T.R. special times with special
friends, especially C.A., L.Q., I.O., Band
Camp '81 with IO., seeing TODD with C.A.
Many thanks to my family and friends for
making these past years so memorable.
"Love and love alone
Conquers the world that can be so cold.
Love is how we show just what we feel."
CLAIRE MAUREEN MULLOOLY
Smiles, laughing, good friends - great times.
Student Council, Trojan Club, Magazine
Drive, Track, I.V. Cheering, SPIRIT Day,
Homecoming, Mattituck with K.E., Phi Tau
Rho 82! P.I.L.
"I know I'll never lose affection for people
and times that have come before. I'll often
stop and think about them . . . in my life I've
loved them all."
"Let's drink to the hard-working people,
Let's drink to the lowly of birth,
Raise your glass to the good and the evil,
Let's drink to The Salt of the Earth."
The Rolling Stones
All the great times with L.Q., C.A., thanks B,
knock over another bb!
"Let the peace that you discover
be a guiding light,
Let the path that you uncover,
set the world alright."
MARGARET MARIE MURPHY
Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, Ponytails,
Canada-skiing, G.A.A. Sec., S.C.B., great times
with great friends.
"If you can imagine it, you can achieve it,
If you can dream it, you can become it.
"What you are is God's gift to you, what you
make of yourself is your gift to God."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Band, jazz Ensemble, Cross-Country, England
1980, Band Camp, Band Follies, Yale weekend.
"We all know success,
When we all find our own dreams,
And our love is enough
To knock down any walls,
And the future's been seen,
As men try to realize,
The simple secret
Of the note in a song."
Peter Dennis Blandford Townshed
Trojan Club, Grade Council 10, 11, 12, Winteg
Track, skiing, Vermont '80, '81, '82, Alvin,
Florida '81, "Best of Times", Reg, West Hamp-
ton, Chilly Willies with M.M. and I.P.
"Don't be afraid to dream,
But even more important,
Don't be afraid to make your
Dreams come true."
IAMES CHARLES MYSLIK
Madrigals-President, England '79, '82, French
Club-Treasurer, Band, Band Follies-Stage
Manager, Cathedral Choir, parties at S.C.'s
"Music, the greatest good that man does
know, And all of heaven we have be1ow."
"It's like I always say . . .
IRENE I. NEILL
"I'll never pass this way again, but I'll always
have memories of good times with good
friends . . . "
"Destiny is not a matter of chance,
it is a matter of choice,
it is not a thing to be waited for,
it is a thing to be achieved."
JOHN J. NEWMAN JR.
The SON sets
Another school year is over
And i wonder where it's leading to
Like the bird that flies
On the mist of
Early morning frosts
i will encounter many obstacles
WE will rise above them all
And in the end
iwill have YOU to thank.
"Now that the days have passed away, hopes
for tomorrow are here to stay, now that I'm
seeing you on your way, I hope we will be
together again someday."
STEPHEN G. NICKLIS
Football, S.M.F.'s of Hemperville, Rainbow
512181, Ozzy 8!14!81, Fun?! times with
"V.K.", B.B., M.F., I.G., Eddie of Maiden.
"They say that life is like a carousel, spinning
fast so you gotta ride it well, 'cause it's Heaven
and it's Hell."
Iron Maiden's gonna getcha . . . whoever,
wherever you are!
ELIZABETH ANNE NOONAN
Trojanettes, Spanish Club, Key Club, Badmin-
ton, German Club, Rifle Team, French Club,
photography .... Thanks to all my friends for
all the memories they have given me . . .
Homecoming '81, the Sporty Wagon, Spring
'81 with Maureen, "Friendly's."
"Who knows where we shall meet again - if
Thanks Mom and Dad.
JOHN J. N1coLs
Baseball, football, excellent times with C.V.,
D.O., C.D., D.M., M.L., and ID., the Landmark
Motel, land yachting, Competitions, ACB's,
Hither Hills and D.R., Trucking up to Buffalo,
Taj don't have no mercy, the Cutchogue Pub,
Radio City, the alligator, the Grateful Dead,
the II's, the future.
Trojan Club, S.C.B., 12th grade council,
Spanish Club, . . . the best of times with Liz,
Irene, Nancy, Marie, Maureen, Beth, and Nai-
Lin . . . Summer '81, Homecoming, "catching
the views" with N.C., G.C. vs. Glen Cove,
"There are moments in life when it would be
wonderful if the world would stop so those
moments could last forever."
LINDA JEAN NORTON
Field hockey trip, Soccer, Ponytails, G.A.A.,
Mast, S.C.B., Bethpage???, softball in the rain
with Annie, Carol, and Leigh, Great times
with Annie, Carol, C.B., and Ei. MTN, D and
P, Mul's and C's, thanks for everything. I love
"All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my
"Public opinion is a weak tyrant compared
with our private opinion, what a man thinks
of himself is that which determines his Fate."
". . . So teach us to number our days, that we
may apply our hearts unto wisdom . . ."
STEVEN PETER NOTHEL
Basketball fMgr.J 10, 11, 12, tennis, skiing, golf
with D.D., M.G., B.H., and R.R., hockey games,
S.M.F.L., German Club, Band, Barry Opt., Mast
'82, C.S.C. Maine, Skytop, B.U. weekends,
Deer Hill, 5!17!81, Belmont with D.D., T.N.,
P.S., B.H., and M.G., beach parties.
"Don't cross the river if You can't swim the
IOAN MICHELLE O'CONNELL
Cheering, Band Camp '81 . . .V.P., P.T.R., V.V.,
M.E.M., . . .
"I loved you then, I love you still, you know I
think I always will, you're a good friend, a
good friend to me."
MARY CATHERINE NOWACK
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of
times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age
of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it
was the epoch of incredulity, and we have
everything before us."
Muchas Gracias Mama y Papa!
RICHARD SCOTT ODELL
Track, Cross Country, Rush, Van Halen, The
Who, Iethro Tull.
"What you get out of life is what you put into
"So before we end fand then beginj -
We'll drink a toast to how it's been . . .
A few more hours to be complete,
A few more nights on satin sheets,
A few more times that I can say . . .
I've loved these days."
ROBERT N. ODELL
The Who, Iethro Tull, Iackson Browne, Peter
Frampton, good times with F.M., T.M., K.C.,
M.H. QRockyJ, and others, Halloween '80 and
"Now it's time for me to go it's time to
Good luck to the Class of '82.
Trojanettes '80-'82, Point Lookout with Anne,
Summer '81 with Dawn, Ir. Prom with Gus,
best of times with best of friends - Anne,
Tray, and Mike, Let me be your Angel on Nov.
20th, Queens. Very special moments with Gus,
the memories will always be remembered.
Thanks Mom and Dad.
ERROL RICHARD OGUZHAN
Who?? I thought he was dead! Runway, the
Loft, German Club, Bowling, Wanderers '80,
C.T., L.C., I.L., K.B., K.M., M.E., A.K., O.C.,
M.C., M.P., P.L., S.D., Summer of '81, Levit-
"Hungover, red eyed, dog tired satisfied -
it's a long road and a small wheel and it takes
a lot of turns to get there. Thank you, Damn
1 Charlie Daniels, 1974
LINDA MARIE OLIVA
Lo Stivule, Italian Club, Fiesta, and National
"Impossible is a word only to be found in the
dictionaries of fools."
L.A., I.S., N.C., I.P., I.N., G.S., I.F., PS., L.H.,
M.L., H.K., P.V.
"Life is a series of hellos and good-byes. I'm
afraid it's time for good-bye again."
DAVID H. ORR
Skiing, Football, U.S. II Football, U.S. II Water
skiing, good times with the II's, the Loft, com-
petitions, ACB's, Taj parties, Buffalo, Philly,
Calderone, weekend at Ioe's, Bob's weekend.
"I got no dime, but I got time to hear your
"We say waa."
IAMES C. O'NEILL
Wings Ice Hockey, Varsity Wrestling, to all
my friends who were teachers, to all my
teachers who were friends - thank you all.
Good times with T.H., G.D., P.R., C.K., C.E.,
MOLLY ANN O'SHEA
Track, S.C.B., AGA, Canada '81, Prom '81, great
times with the best of friends: T.P., j.G., L.K.,
C.D., S.B., W.M., M.R., M.M., C.B., especially
K.K. and M.B. for making everything so
special. Bridgehampton '81, The Tuts, cowtip-
ping, and just laughing to pass the time away,
51043, Kase and Bucko!
"You can't conceive of the pleasure in my
HENRY IOHN ORFF
Baseball, Stage Band, Concert Band, Latin
Club, German Club, working in mailroom at
Doubleday, trip to England with Band in '80,
Hofstra performances in '80 and '81, many of
my classes, to all my teachers . . . thanks!
"Scientia est clavem sempitero rei secundae."
Homer - The Praetor
JAMES ROBERT osTRowsK1
Super times skiing, Canada '81, parties and at-
tic functions at Riche's, B.R., Rick Bay, Fe Man,
Wilbur, I.W., Bean.
"Take your time . . . don't live too fast.
Troubles come and they'll pass.
Find a woman and you'll find love
And don't forget there's someone up above."
"It wasn't me."
Masquers President, Director of . . . Marigolds
Chilc1ren's Theater, and everything else. Great
times with M.L., M.O., I.P., G.S., at Legz, Ant
Concert '81, Cast Parties! To Mom, Dad, and
Walt . . . I love you all To all my friends:
Thanks for all the memories.
"These are the best of times."
Baseball, Mike McCutchoen, Carlos and
"Take your time . . . don't live too fast
Troubles will come and they will pass."
HUGH THOMAS PAISLEY
Co-captain varsity soccer, skiing in Utah . . .
"We're History!" Favsisel
"You can't always get what you want, but if
you try sometimes, you just might find, you
get what you need."
THOMAS CHRISTIAN PALMER
j.V. Football, trumpet, Concert Band vice-
president, jazz Ensemble, TPCC, WNDC,
Foster's, London '80, Commando Raids.
"The Troubles of our proud and angry dust
Are from eternity, and shall not fail.
Bear them we can, and if we can we must.
Shoulder the sky, my lad, and drink your ale."
IAMILA LYNN PAKSIMA
Masquers, French Club, Leaders, Dance Club,
M.A. M.L. M.R. M.K. R.S. G.S. P,D, P.B.G.
Sweet Sixteen, Infancy, And all the good times
with M.C. and M.R, Adam and the Ants con-
cert. 81 Homecoming
"Give peace a chance"
"If I could make days last forever, if words
could make wishes come true, I'd save every
day like a treasure."
MATTHEW LUKE PANARELLA
I would like to say thanks to my family and
"To educate fools is folly."
adapted book of Proverbs
"This world is a dream - but please don't
wake me up."
"Adam was the luckiest man - he had no
SUSAN MARIE PARK
Always remember . . .
. . . the great times with friends
. . . the fantastic summer of '81
- Fran, Riad, and especially Ronny . . . "Don't
worry about it!"
ANNE REGINA PANZERA
Trojanettes '80-'82, Softball, Bowling, Italian
Club, Trojan Club, Must, Pt. Lookout. ", . . no
slices at tables . . .", Thanks to all my friends
who've made high school a special place,
"If you love something set it free, if it comes
back to you it is yours, if it doesn't it never
Thanks Mom and Dad.
CAROLINE MARIE PASCALE
Christopher 'n' Caroline 4ever, Trojan Club,
Prom '81, Bermuda, Maine, Vermont, Rhode
Island, Block Island, Glynn's, Hannafins, The
Isle, Cruising in the M.G., Campout '80,
Canterbury, Marshall Tucker '81.
"Four strong winds that blow lonely. Seven
seas that run high. All those things that don't
change come what may. If the good times are
all gone, then I'm bound for moving on. I'll
look for you if I'm ever back this way."
MICHAEL I. PAPPAS
Wrestling, Basketball, Islander games, The
good times with friends.
"Be the person you really are and never
JANET THERESA PATERSON
French Club. Good times with friends,
especially ID., T.P.
"Our memories of yesterday will last a
Thanks to my family, especially to you Mom,
never a day passes that I don't think of you
and love you more than I did the day before.
Paddleball, wrestling, tennis, photography,
building airplanes, ping pong, C.K., T.L., P.R.,
I.O., B.K., C.T., GH., I.K., Z.R., L.N., X.X.
Saturday, October 12:
"Tom Lee, you're dead, you're all dead."
GAIL TAYLOR PERFETTO
Co-Copy Editor Must, Madrigals, Band, All-
County Chorus, "The Trio" - great times
with Dave, Kevin, jerry, Chubster, and other
close friends. A special "Thank you" to Rich,
Riad, and Nancy.
"We shall not cease from exploration and the
end of all our exploring will be to arrive
where we started and know the place for the
T. S. Elliot
DARLENE GRACE PELTON
T.D., C.C., T.L., P.B,, L.S., R.N., P.H., U.D.,
G.R., M.C., C.F., 1125180 TDP forever 5!21!88.
"If you love something set it free, if it comes
back it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was."
"It takes both the rain and the sun to make a
Thanks Easter Bunny, "Bawk, Bawk."
SUSAN CAROL PEPER
German Club, Trojanettes, Leaders, Trojan
Club, Senior Class Council, Germany '80 with
Deb, bicycle trips with Lida and Trish, good
times with all of my friends, Prom '81, Mr.
Badger's class, the Feast, Homecoming, doing
things the hard way.
"Forget what life used to be, you are what you
choose to be."
Captain of Fencing, I.V. Football, Treasurer of
the Italian Club, Discipline Committee:
Thanks to all my Italian friends, even though
some were Sicilian, and some weren't Italian
"You can't always get it, when you really want
Special Thanks to Mom and Dad.
French Club, Echo, Mast, Photography, S.C.B.,
"Space is warped, so am I."
"Character is made by what you stand for,
reputation by what you fall for."
"I have learned that to be with those I like is
R.S. in P.A., Gagicide, functions at A's, S.H.
and A.P., another late night with B and L,
"Pass me another Molsons.", South Avenue,
those two bolts, good times with A.V., S.D.,
S.P., T.S,, C.P., R and R, etc., S-acide, the chair,
signs for L, "The Count", "5 minutes!"
"It's time to ramble on."
STEPHEN F. PISTOCCO
"Many times I've lied
Many times I've listened
Many times I've wondered
How much there is to know."
"To the Victor belongs the Spoils!!"
ANDREW I. POMPILIO
I.V. Baseball, I.V., V. Football, Italian club,
softball, great times: N.P., F.A., M.A., I.I., I-I.K.,
M.C., D.M., G.S., GK., B.O., A.P., L.H., My
"Party", "Guido" functions, Road trips, july 8,
1980, 11:40 PM, Grove.
"It's my life, God was the one to give it,
And I ain't gonna let nobody tell me how to
MICHAEL HOWARD PITCHER
Wings Ice Hockey 12, Bubba, Iim, Dave, Will,
Ierry, Souie, Saturday nights in the van,
Christmas Party '80, Montreal '81, Commando
raids with jim and Bubba.
"There's different people comin' down here
now, and they see things in different ways,
and soon everything we've known will just be
STACEY VAN MARTER POOLE
I.V., Varsity Cheering, Soccer, Lacrosse, AOA
Dogmaster, T.P. Nights, great times in W.H.B.
ILY-A-M.B., R.M., KK.
"You go your way and I'll go mine, best of
luck with whatever you find. But remember
the times we had 'cause we will never pass
this way again."
Mom and Dad. . . Thanks
THERESA MARIE POPFINGER
Great times with friends. Thanks M.O.S.,
K.C.K., W.M., M.R., 5.B., I.G., K.C., and T.C.
Mom and Dad, thanks, I couldn't have made it
without you. I love you very much.
"Time in passing brings changes, New friends
come and depart, but old friends linger un-
changing, for strong are the bonds of the
Varsity Basketball 11, 12, Good times at Tim
O's, Fu's Garage '63, Tina's Kitchen, The Nova,
Awesome, Led Zeppelin, Dead, Yes, Stones
with E.P.H. at the Meadowlands.
"And if you can't be with the one you love,
honey, then love the one you're with."
NANCY ELIZABETH POZ
V. Soccer, V. Lacrosse, P.T.R., Beach nights
with A.D. and K.B., Scotchvalley with the
Hilltop House Gang, Best of times with M.H.
"Cherish memories of yesterday, dream hopes
of tomorrow. Live, love, and laugh, today,
tomorrow, and forever."
"Your support and love today shape my suc-
cess and happiness of tomorrow."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Lacrosse, Football, "The Turf", Sailing, Skiing,
Scuba Diving, "St. Thomas, Virgin Islands",
Kicking extra points, Summer '80, Vail,
"Everybody on the goal line!"
German Club, Captain of Chess Team, Track,
Youth Group, Canada, "White House," Good
times, Skynyrd, Rossington-Collins Band,
Allman Bros., Genesis.
"Despise not any man, and do not spurn any
thing. For there is no man that hath not his
hour, nor is there any thing that hath not its
"All things are possible to him who believes."
TRICIA ANN PRIMROSE
Thank you Mom, Dad, Tracey, and Robbie for
believing in me. I love you all very much.
"To be loved is to know happiness and con-
tentment, to give love is to know the joy of
sharing oneself, for it is through the miracle
of love that we discover the fullness of life."
Robin St. Iohn
MAURA E. REGAN
Cheering, aoa, Excellent times with the "im-
mediate", W.M., S.B., I.G., T.P., M.O.'s., The
Chop, T.P-ing with K.K., L.K., I.G., Homecom-
ing '81, Great times with I.L., November lst.,
Prom '81, "Vermont?? '81".
"When you're all alone, love one another,
When you're far-from home, love one
When you're down and out, love one another.
All your hopes run out, love one another.
When you need a friend, love one another.
We got to love one another."
PAUL ALAN REINICKE IV
My nickname is "Magilla Gorilla", but my
friends just call me "Magilla." I came to
Garden City in Mid 1975, leaving many
friends in Glendale, Queens behind. I have
myriads of interests, but career-wise, I expect
to become an accomplished author, as well as
President. My major goal is to dissolve the
nuclear Cwarj threat, which would lead to
global destruction, I will go to college in
JANE ANN RAYFIELD
Echo Business Manager, National Honor Socie-
ty, Key Club Secretary, French Club, Band,
Madrigals, All-County, England '80, Swimm-
ing, Lifeguarding at the Club.
"Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open
Healthy, free, the world before me,
The long brown path before me, leading
DENISE THERESE RHODES
Varsity swimming - captain, Varsity softball,
skiing with L.B., weekends at A.B.'s, Bernie,
C.F., Homecoming, Bermuda, the caddy, Lake
Placid '80, Isles games, L.E. and R.B., dogging
party - spring '80.
"Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a
friendship, and it is far the best ending for
GINA MICHELE RICCIO
I'd like to thank all my frineds for the fun
times we shared together. I'll never forget any
of you guys! Thanks for being my special
friend, Michael. Long may you all run! Thanks
for all your love and support, Mom and Dad. I
couldn't have made it without you.
IOHN ANDREW RIEGER
Memories: F.I., I.M., T.M., M.W., T.l., B.C., I.M.
"Friendship is a language the blind can read,
the deaf can hear."
ELLEN MARIE RICE
Canada, skiing, Florida, Bloom, Reni, The
Cadillac, MLKC, Frost Valley.
"Live each day to the fullest, get the most
from each hour, each day, each age of your
life. Then you can look forward with con-
fidence and back without regrets. Be yourself
but be your best self, dare to be different and
to follow your own star."
IAMES DONALD RILEY
j.V. and Varsity Football, Track, S.C.B., library
aide, Student Store, weekends, I.S., P.S., M.G.,
B.S., T.L., I.K.
"Don't hold back your last chance, it hardly
ELIZABETH TATE RICHMOND
The Rolling Stones. Schell, Suzanne, Lisa,
Dawn, Adrienne, Liz, Iohn. Feb. 27th, 1981.
I.B.'s house. New Hampshire. Montauk -
"Lose your dreams and you will lose your
The Rolling Stones
London, Band Follies, M.H., "Wubba", Dear-
ing - C.F., Mast photographer.
"Unknowingly, we plow the dust of stars,
blown about us by the wind, and we drink the
universe in a glass of rain."
"And if our hands should meet in another
dream we shall build another tower in the
Echo, French Club, National Honor Society,
Physics Club, Senior Project, Cross Country,
Indoor Track, Spring Track.
"I don't know how I got through it, but it was
Ioseph Sokol after a Summer at Roswell Park
"Get psyched, '82"
Old Maxyllic saying.
PETER GERARD RUDOLPH
Hockey, Skiing, Soccer, 10-feat. Loft func-
tions, great times with P.C., Vermont, Canada,
Summer '81, Grateful Dead 3!10!81, A.P.
"You can't conceive of the pleasure in my
JOSEPH T. SANTANGELO
C.S., E.M., N.M., A.M., August 2, 1981, Laurie,
Uncle Sam's, Dancin', Scruples, Queens,
"Our clothes are bright,
we dance all night.
we're displayers of good taste."
PATRICIA ANN RUECK
Special times and special friends have left
memories that will last forever!
"lf you know who you are and what you want
and why you want it, and if you have con-
fidence in yourself, and a very positive at-
titude, you can make your life yours if you
ROBERT LEE SCHAUF
Madrigals '79-'82, Technical Directors Kstudioj
Staff '79-'82. Cathedral Choir, Acholytes,
Y.P.F. England '79 and '82. Great times with
N.E.L. and great friends.
"Don't worry, smile and dance.
You just can't work life out.
Don't let down moods entrance you. . .
Take the wine and shout!"
Varsity Football, I.R., P.S., M.G., B.S., M.P.,
B.E., D.B.'S house
"The world is full of Kings and Queens, who
blind your eyes then steal your dreams, it's
Heaven and Hell."
Spanish Club, G.A.A., Trojan Club. Best of
Times with F.C., K.K., R.K., Santa's, Conn. '81,
Summer '81, 5th pd. Gym, B of B, 10th grade
socials, skiing with KB., N.C.
"Leave only the best behind."
"It's time to get up, get out, Into something
DEBORAH E. SCHMIDT
Guitar. Excellent times with Sheila, Helen,
Lorraine, Enng Long Beach 8!10!81, Southold,
Rocky, sis, Lines, Wild Horses, Can't you see.
Memorable and excellent times with Pete.
"I get by with a little help from my friends."
Studio, Band, Orchestra, Senior Project.
"Everything under the sun is in tune, but the
sun is eclipsed by the moon."
KIMBERLY P. SCHREIER
Varsity Soccer and Track, Trojan Club, Exec.
Bd. SCB, Key Club, Excellent times with N.C.,
C.M., B.E., L.A., N.S., T.T., C.B., S.M. Spider-
mobile, Maine, Thanks Mom and Dad
"Love when you can,
Cry when you have to,
Be who you must,
It's part of the plan."
"May you always see waht your life is worth."
Ieannine, Bobby, Maureen O, Dawn M., Moni-
que L., Nancy C., Lorrie H., Helen K., Mike D,
and Genie S, Summer '81, B.R. Friday night,
Point Lookout, Upstate, Oct. 25, 1981, Aug. 29,
"If you love something, set it free. If it comes
back it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was."
"Nextos, Stamu, Stimy"
Drumming, Biziting for the Battle, Tama,
music, music, and' music. Pub. Interstella
princess, The Other Side, Snicky Bwopo, Tee
Zee, "I want my garbage." Shroms, Patrick
working on a swell, Battle '80, '82, Luce
"One day maybe I'll make it!"
"Waking up on Sunday morning,
And I still can't understand."
Student Council, Key Club, Trojan Club,
Thanks to all those special friends.
"Daddy I want to let you know somehow,
The things you said are so much clearer now.
And I would turn the pages back,
But time will not allow.
The way these days just rip along,
Too fast to last, too vast, too strong."
Tennis, bowling, Honor Society, Core, K.L.,
Idi, I.M., G.P., K.B., M.P., T.S., I.M., The In-
sects, Monty the Python, THE TRIO.
"Living is easy with eyes closed
Misunderstanding all you see
It's getting hard to be someone
But it's all right
It doesn't matter much to me."
Lacrosse, skiing, good times at Tenfeat, 4th
period A.P. II's, Dead shows, Hot Tuna,
Airplane, Fiya, Terrapin.
"See here how everything leads up to this
"If I told ya all that went down, it would burn
off both your ears."
RAFIK R. SIDHOM
Soccer, basketball, Great times with all Uncle
Sam's Crowd, Memories from the summer of
'81 playing S.P. with F.D. and T.C.
Cindy, "If you can imagine it, you can dream
If you dream it, you can become it."
W. A. Ward
"We've come a long way, and yet this is only
SCHELL MONTE SIMPSON
Iohn, Liz, Iimmy, Ianice, Scott, Venus, Feb. 27,
1981, I.B.'s house, I.M.'s farewell, Ultimate
Canvas, Seeing the world, M.M., B.L.H. and
V.N.P. of N.C., M.I.S., rooftop flights.
Mom and Dad, your love and care have not
Wrestling, summer party '81, weekend at Fair-
field. Beach Boys, Boogie Boardin', D.P.
"So many faces in and out of my life
Some will last
Some will just be now and then.
Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes
I'm afraid it's time for goodbye again."
Trojan club, working on plays, all-nighters,
Spirit Day, Homecoming, Dance, skiing, Block
". . . around the time when I first went on my
When the roads were as many as the places I
And my friends and I were one."
"- We must all do the best we can."
All my love Mom and Dad.
Softball, photography, French and Italian
Clubs, December 21, Prom, Rich, Great times
with special friends, Goose Ierques.
"I know I'll never lose affection for the people
and things I still can recall. I know I'll often
stop and think about them. In my life, I love
Water skiing, tennis, volleyball, wind surfing,
music dancing, cruising, St. Paul's Bazaar, San
Diego, Malaconda Beach, Greece, the gang,
summer fun, "Apollo", 1982.
"Our memories of yesterday
will last a lifetime
We'll take the best,
Forget the rest,
and someday we'll find
these are the best of times."
BRUCE BOYD SMITH
Football - 10, 11, 12, Var. Wrestling - 10, 11,
12, Var, Lacrosse - 10, 11, 12, Fire Aux. - 10,
11, 12. Dave L., Mike P., Iim M., Ierry M.,
Willie D., Paul S. Football Party '80, Christmas
Party '80, Commando raid with Iim and Mike.
"Happiness is found along the way not at the
end of the road. Life is a journey not a
HENRY HELLER SMITH
Paul C., Russ C., Chris S., Steve A., Iim G.,
Cathy E., jim M., Henry Gags, parties.
"Where there is much desire to learn, there of
necessity will be much arguing, much
writing, many opinions, for opinion in good
men is but knowledge in the making."
Kickline 80-81-82, good times with good
friends, always. Bermuda February '81, skiing.
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
remember why but I sure love those good
times gone by."
Vice President Italian Club, Lo Stivale, Wrestl-
ing, Astronomy Club, National Honor Society,
softball, Foreign Policy Forum, S.C.B., The
"Cosi e se vi pare."
NANCY E. SNIADO
Gymnastics, Key Club, good times with
Maryann, Irene, Liz, Cathy, Jacqueline, being
with good friends.
"Nothing lasts longer than happy memories."
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
remember why, but I still love those good
times gone by."
REGINA ANNE SMITH
"Reg", "Gina", "Reggie"
L.M., I.M., T.I., S.H., a couple of certain
"I wouldn't leave you in times of trouble, we
never could have come this far. I took the
good times, I'll take the bad times, I'll take you
just the way you are."
Varsity Basketball, Track, The Stones, The
Doors, fun times with I.E. and all my friends,
Knoxer's house, Prom '81, "pick 'em up."
"You can't always get what you want,
But if you try some time you might find,
You get what you need."
PAUL THOMAS SOUTAR
Baseball, football, Iack, Big Ioe, Pitch, Bubba,
G-man, morning announcements.
"There is a destiny that makes us brothers,
none goes his way alone. All that we send into
the lives of others comes back into our won."
IEANINE MARIE SPRINGER
Swimming, Basketball '81, Bethpage???, Soc-
cer, Softball, Languages, Spanish Club.
"With a little help from friends . . ."
"In the race to be better or best, miss not the
joy of being."
CHRISTOPHER B. SPENCER
Lacrosse, soccer, good times with friends,
Fidge's, Canada, Summer of '81. f
PAUL IOHN STACOM
Varsity Swim Team, Soccer, work, lifeguard,
M.O.D., water and snow skiing, summer of
'81, East Marion, Dewey's boat, horseback
riding, St. C's, D.B.'s house, Doubleday park-
ing lot, Mark's house.
"And so my friends we'll say goodnight, for
time has claimed its prize. But tonight can
always last as long as we keep alive the
memory of paradise."
PAUL FRANCIS SPERRY II
Wrestling, water and snow skiing, I.B., "Z",
"US", C.L., Stutz. bros., special friends in
Bayside, and West Hampton, trip to U.R., West
Hampton, trip to Hunter, Canada, Iim's Lawn
Care, my Datsun, Mom's "Z", trip out East,
special thanks to Mom and Dad.
"Ain't it time you mellow out - speed ain't
nothing without c1ass."
NANCY G. STEFANO
Gymnastics, S.C.B. Exc., Trojan Club, soccer,
skiing, tennis, Spirit Day, P.T.R., D.M., Honor
Guard, Mattituck Summers, Special friends,
Ioan, Ro, Best Friend, Carol.
"Blow away the dreams that tear you apart
Blow away the dreams that break your heart
Blow away the lies that leave you nothing
But lost and broken hearted."
Thanks, Mom and Dad.
MARK E. STUTZMANN
Summers of '79, '80, and '81, Iamesport, ski-
ing, Canada '80 and '81, Alpha Omega Theta,
spring of '80, road trip to W.H.B. in january
'81, 9!26!81 and Halloween '81, great times
with family and friends, especially G.T., B.S.,
P.S., I.B,, S.O., E.N. and R.C.
PATRICIA MARIE STEFFEN
"It isn't ever the same.
In time I will change and you.
And the current of our lives
But the image of this time
will never fade.
This moment and you,
P.S. I love you, Mom and Dad.
ERIC WARREN SUESSER
Skiing, AP II's, the Loft, Vermont, Bogue, Ber-
"Life may be sweeter for this, I don't know.
See how it feels in the end."
"I have spent my life seeking all that's still un-
sung, Bent my ear to hear the tune and Closed
my eyes to see."
IOSEPH BENEDICT STRATON
Varsity Soccer, Swimming, Lacrosse, Y.S.O.
President, Key Club, Coaching, Playing foot-
ball and frisbee at the cathedral.
"Smile, laugh, and help others to do the
Lots of thanks and love to my family and
TRACEY I. SULLIVAN
Best times with the "Wild 12" CU.K.W.U.R.!J,
Summer '79-'81, "M", 5l23!81, Ir. Prom with
"Always leave them laughing when you say
". . . the sands of time, were erroded by, the
river of constant change."
To R.P., S.G., P.W.: "Imagine the clouds dripp-
ing - Dig a hole in your garden to put them
Thanks Mom and Dad just for being there. I
love you both.
"He who binds to himself a joy
Doth the winged life destroy
But he who kisses the joy as it flies
Lives in Eternity's sunrise."
"The seeds that were silent all burst into
The Grateful Dead
JEAN F. SWEENEY
Student Court, Secretary, Cheering . . . Camp
'81, Winter Vacation '80, Spirit Day '80 and
'81, Prom '81, Ladies Night, Press Box, Skiing
with Murphys . . . Alvin???, Nancy, MBM,
Michele, Clarence, Ioanie, Spunky.
"If you do not understand my silence, you
will never understand my words."
I.V. and Varsity Lacrosse, The Boss, New York
Yankees, '81 U.S. Open
"Plenty of people miss their share of hap-
piness not because they never found it, but
aecause they didn't stop to enjoy it."
Band, Inkspots, Mrs. Lynn.
"There was never a time when I did not exist,
nor you. Nor will there be any future when
we cease to be."
"Space is the Place", "The wind cries Mary"
Upstate . . . Good times with Ca, Billy, Mare,
Norb Long Beach Nov. 80 Study
with C.C., D.M., K.K., C.H., Flo Puff
Pookie . . . The apple . . . 9!25!81 ... Summer
'79 . . . Westbury Gardens, 10! 251 81
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't
remember why, but I still love those good
times gone by."
Love ya Mom and Dad
Punk Rock, New York City, 44-61 Saunders,
Maureen O'Mahony, Nancy Carracappa, Ed-
die Vieto, P.S., N.C., I.F., Billiard,
Photography, Volleyball, B52's, Pretenders,
Duran Duran, Ioe Iackson, The Police,
Macadamia Nuts, Safety Pins, pink hair.
"Live life to its fullest, you only live once."
CHRISTOPHER M. TESTA
I.V. and Varsity Tennis, Soccer, Football, Mast,
11th and 12th Grade Councils, Club, Good
Times, Friends, Parties, The Doors, L.A.
"The time to hesitate is through,
No time to wallow in the mire."
I. D. Morrison
"Sure don't know what I'm going for, but I'm
gonna go for it for sure."
IWAN M. TIIOE
Physics Club, Astronomy Club
"And thy striving, be't with loving,
And thy living, be't in deed!"
THEODORE DAMON THRESHER
Unforgettable times with all my friends, Ten-
nis, Soccer, Germany, Water skiing, language
clubs. Smile and the day is yours. Sun, beach,
mountains, fields, lakes, clouds.
"Love when you can and cry when you have
to . . ."
"Memories of yesterday will last a lifetime."
Skiing, Tennis, Hobie-ing, Water skiing, Attic
Functions with I.O., C.L., P.Z., I.W., W.D.,
"Here's to good friends"
"May the only obstacles in your life be moguls
on a ski slope."
SARAH M. TILYOU
Good friends Good Times, Hither Hills,
"judge, judge ..." Ashoken '80, Soo Long
Crabby!", Todd Rundgren - Central Park,
D.A. "Surprise, Surprise, Surprise ...!!",
Shelter Island, S.S.S., Campin' on Mo's Land,
"If we could give love without the fear of re-
jection, there would be room for more love to
LORRAINE MARY TRINCA
MARK ELLIOTT TRIVILINO
Band, Resurrection Youth Group, Basketball,
acolyte, Boy Scouts, Italian Club, L.C., C.T.,
K.H., R.A,, F.M., K.C., S.P., M.Y., S.B., A.G.,
"Only the person involved can know his own
bitterness or joy - No one else can really
Proverbs 14:10 the 23rd psalm
Thanks Mom, Dad, and Alan
Scouts, Track, Music, "The Band."
"Keep your eyes to the stars, but keep your
feet on the ground."
"Be at peace with yourself."
Thanks Mom and Dad.
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ALFRED PETER VACCHIANO
"Page, Platn, Bonham, and Iones. Love and
remember always Iohn Bonham - also T.S.,
the Stones in Philly, The Who at the Garden,
"Many dreams come true and some have
silver lingings, I live for that dream and a
pocket full of gold."
Led Zeppelin Page
CHARLES P. VOELKER
AP II's, Football, Baseball, Taj parties, Road
trips, Land Fishing, camping at Ioe's, summer,
Radio City, the Grateful Dead, to the US II's
and 10 ft. and Bob.
"The world is round, because the rest of the
universe is hollow."
VICTORIA LYNNE VOUGHT
I, thanks, I love you. Hey, the Art, not the ar-
"To believe your own thought, to believe
what is true for you in your private heart is
true for all people -- that is genius."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
PATRICIA MARIE WATTS
Band, Concert Choir, England '80, Summer
'80, Italy, Band Follies '81, Canada '81, Dead
May '81, Todd April '81, Summer '81 with so-
meone special. Special love and luck to: Mo,
Ray, Tray, Cin, Ca, Cath.
"With our love we could save the world - if
they only knew. Try to realize it's all within
yourself, no one else can make you change."
Beatles - George Harrison
IEANETTE C. WALKER
Remember the good times.
"Look and gather all you want to, there's no
one here to stop you."
IEFFREY P. WELLERSON
Soccer, skiing, tennis, P.Z., R.T., I.O., W.D.,
M.H., M.C., when I first met all of the people
in the village.
ADRIENNE HELEN WILLIAMS
"Time may change me,
But I can't change time."
CHRISTINE MARIE YELLEN
Leaders' Club President, flag football, tennis,
special times with Cathy, good times with
Susan, Debbie, Tricia, Football and Lacrosse
games, Homecoming, Senior flag football, par-
"Anything you want will be yours if you work
Sepcial thanks and love to Mom, Dad, and
Summer of '79, balconey, Hawaiian on a stick,
"When I look back on all the crap I learned in
high school, its a wonder I can think at all."
STEVEN VINCENT ZANNOS
England '80, Peege film, Iunior English class,
Band, Band camp, Varsity tennis, '80 Olympic
Hockey Team, Village soccer, Fosters,
W.N.D.C., Commando Raids.
"If you think your life is complete confusion
, . . just remember, please, it's a Grand Illusion
CARRIE SUSAN WREN
Soccer, track, Band, choir, German Club,
England '79, London '80, German speeches
with KBB, F.L., C.G., C.A.P., IJ., B.W., K.M.,
M.A.E., R.M., E.MCG., L.M., and especially K.
Mc., K.K., K.B., and M.M.
"When one door closes, fortune will usually
Fernando de Rojas
". . . all experience is an arch where through
gleams that untravelled world . . ."
SANDRA L. ZIMULIS
Mast, Swimming, Spanish Club, Volleyball,
Remember everything! It was great!
"The highest reward for man's toil is not what
he gets for it, but what he becomes by it."
Wrestling, Student Council delegate, hanging
out and good times. Polish Gigolo, Moneybelt,
Summer '82, ski reunion.
"Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as you ever can."
Fencing, Spring Track, Turkey Trot, Library
Aide, the City, Chelsea, the Village, japan, "I
like flowers . . .", Rocky Horror, Bruce
"Success isn't a result of spontaneous combus-
tion. You must set yourself on fire."
Arnold H. Glasow
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All the good times with Tray, Moe, Ty, and
So . . .
"If you knew me yesterday, please do not
think that it is the same person you are
" . . . Don't live today for tomorrow
Like you were immortal . . ."
Who cares about the game, I'm here!!
My jeans are blue, my sweater is white, and my eyes are
red. If these colors don't look right . . .
The Three Stooges
Mmmmmm! Love my dills!
Do you always wear make-up to bed Meg?
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The Fab Four.
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". . . the new movie 'Zombies'g starring . . ."
SE IOR POLLS
1. Steven Prestyly, Marie Lucca 1. Tim Dunne, Lynn K9ShiHI1
2. Iohn Ireland, Lorraine Krebs
2. Tim Sexton, Aileen Hollis
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2. Henry Smith, Ande Lucano
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
1. Steve Alfieri, Meg Chute
2. David DeGroot, Kim Keppler
1. Tim Dunne, Laura DiCarlo
2. Tim Sexton, Tricia Primrose
1. Steve Alfieri, Ro Morrongiello
2. Donald MacLeod, Patti Rueck
1. james Koester, Anne Kelly
2. Jeff Bayuk, Allison Downing
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1. john Morrisey, Molly O'Shea
2. Bill Knox, Anne Panzera
1. Paul Ziring, Eileen Heaney
2. joe Straton, Regina Mack
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1. David DeGroot, Gabrielle Costello
2. Edgar Friedman, Patty Diaz
1. Art Moscato, Helen Kontolefas
2. Gus Karayiannis, Patty Diaz
1. Tommy Hogan, Ioanna
2. Steven Prestyly,
1. Don Imgram, Vikki Vought
2. Edgar Friedman, Ursula Dohn
BEST ALL AROUND
1. Iim Griffith, Claire Mullooly
2. Joe Straton, Meg Chute
1. Don MacLeod, Eileen Cunningham
2. Tim McCarthy, lane Rayfield
BIGGEST SPACE CADET
1. Sergio Martinez, Shelia Dennen
2. Iim Griffith, Ursula Dohn
LIFE OF THE PARTY
1. Danny Anderson, Lynore Kramer
2. Mike Amirati, Molly O'Shea
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1. Steven Prestyly, Molly O'Shea
2. Ken Beyer, Shelia Dennen
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
1. David DeGroot, Claire Mullooly
2. Steve Alfieri, Meg Chute
I. Ieff Bayuk, Chris Hanley
2. Mark Stutzmann, Meg Donnelly
OPHO ORE CLASS COUNCIL
1st row: Claire Mullooly - Vice President,
Greg Konner - President. 2nd row: Rachel
O'Brien - Historian, Patti Rueck -
Secretary, Kim Keppler - Social Chairman,
Patty Angus - Treasurer.
UNIOR CLASS COUNCIL
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1st row: Meg Chute - President, David
DeGroot - Vice President. 2nd row:
Rosemarie Moringiello - Secretary, Steve
Alfieri - Social Chairman, Rachel O'Brien
- Historian, Patty Angus - Treasurer.
SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL
1st row: Patty Angus - President, Jean
Sweeney - Secretary, 2nd row: Lynore
Kramer - Social Chairman, Eric Nieder-
reither - Vice President, Alison Downing
- Treasurer, Rachel O'Brien - Historian.
The Class of 1982, would like to express its appreciation to Mr. Edward Wojnar for his three
years of service as class sponsor.
As we entered the Iunior High School in 1976, the class was composed of students from a
variety of schools and backgrounds. Under the direction of our first sponsor, Dr. Robert Comer-
ford, the separate parts of the class were unified and a truly effective council was elected. A uni-
que chemistry between council and sponsor arose during our stay, and through innovative fund
raising activities the treasury was begun.
Mr. Wojnar became our sponsor in 1979, following our move to the High School. Taking over
from Where "Doc" had left off, Mr. Wojnar provided encouragement and advice in planning
council endeavors. His guidance and care have helped make the Class of 1982 one of the most
successful graduating classes in Garden City history.
The Class of 1982
1964 brought the crushing defeat of
Senator Barry Goldwater and the stunning
landslide victory of Lyndon B. Iohnson in
the Presidential election. As the "Great
Society" movement gained momentum, the
Civil Rights Act, prohibiting segregation,
and the Economic Opportunity Act, working
against unemployment were passed. The is-
suance of the Warren Commission report
sparked unrest among many Americans. Noteworthy United States debuts
were made by the Beatles and the Class of 1982 fthe former being slightly
more well-received than the latterj
While members of the Class of 1982 were concentrating on such mun-
dane matters as walking, talking, and eating, the rest of the world was ex-
periencing large-scale changes. 1965 saw President johnson building up
troops in far-off Vietnam, resulting in widespread anti-war demonstra-
tions throughout the U.S. Iohnson's involvement in the Dominican
Republic "revolution" bred further contempt among American youth.
Meanwhile, amidst the passing of the Voting Rights Act, race riots arose in
the Watts section of Los Angeles and Dr. Martin Luther King led the civil
rights march on to Montgomery, Alabama.
Chicago, Cleveland, and other Northern cities experienced major race
riots throughout 1966, and as U.S. involvement in Vietnam increased, stu-
dent protests arose throughout the country. The National Organization
for Women fNOWj fanned the fire of the growing feminist movement. As
Iohnson's call for reform progressed, the Medicare program came into
Three years after their triumphant invasion of America, the Beatles
released their Sergeant Pepper album, which greatly influenced the
"psychedelic" movement around the country fthe Class of 1982, as of 1967,
had made no comparable contributionj Throughout the nation, in
Detroit, Newark, Rochester, and Washington, urban riots flared.
Thurgood Marshall became the first black on the Supreme Court, while
the President entered a treaty with Britain and the Soviet Union, pledging
peaceful use of outer space.
1968 was a year of great turbulence in America. The assassinations of Dr.
Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, followed by the riot at the
Chicago Democratic Convention further sparked the fear and unrest
around the country. Outside the U.S., the North Korean forces seized the
U.S. Navy intelligence ship Pueblo. As anti-war demonstrations con-
tinued, Columbia University in New York was taken over by the students.
The 1968 election saw a heavily criticized Lyndon B. johnson defeated by
Richard M. Nixon.
The Class of 1982 entered kindergarten in 1969, although this event was
eclipsed by the first moon landing later that same year. The war in Viet-
nam showed no signs of abating, and in protest, thousands of young peo-
ple flocked to Woodstock for three days of peace. The brutal My Lai
massacre was revealed, contributing to the disillusionment America was
feeling toward the war. Senator Edward Kennedy had a decidedly poor
year, which included the infamous Chappaquiddick incident.
1970 brought the breakup of the Beatles amidst widely publicized legal
disputes fthe class of 1982, however, decided to continue as a group, and
consequently entered its first year of grade schoolj. President Nixon
ordered the U.S. troops in Southeast Asia to invade Cambodia, resulting in
heightened protest throughout the country.
1 During the same year, reforms were passed
to enforce national environmental policies,
and to increase the power of police enforce-
ment officials in the District of Columbia, to
serve as a model of tougher police laws for
The economic situation in the United
States began to look poor in 1971, the
American dollar was devalued by 8.7577 as a
result of President Nixon's wage and price
controls. Passage of the 26th Amendment
lowered the voting age to eighteen. Anti-war
sentiment grew as the Pentagon Papers were
published and Lt. William Calley was court-
martialed for the My Lai incident three years
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1972 was a poor year for the Nixon Ad- It
ministration. Following Nixon's triumphant rt, 1 7
visits to Russia and China during the cam- ta ,
paign trail, several government-employed A , ,R
men were caught inside the Democratic .Q ts X fx, 'N
partyfs national headquarters at Watergate. it
The Watergate affair detracts from public Qs, E ki"'--'-
opinion of Nixon, and Iohn Mitchell resigns
his post. During the year, the Senate passed E 5 -RNI N
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In 1973, "Watergate" dominated the American political scene. Spiro T.
Agnew resigned from the vice-presidency, and Gerald R. Ford replaced
h1?he final effect of the "Watergate" scandal arrived in 1974, when Presi-
dent Richard M, Nixon resigned, and Gerald R. Ford became our 38th
1975 marked the end of the war in Vietnam. American and Soviet
astronauts docked in space, and unemployment in the U.S. reached 92927,
the highest level since 1941.
The Presidential election in 1976, America's Bicentennial year, produc-
ed the defeat of Gerald R. Ford, and the election of Iames E. Carter as
leader of our country, with Walter F. Mondale chosen as Vice-President.
In 1977, a massive blackout hit New York City, while the Son of Sam
Murderer wreaked havoc there as well. The world mourned the passing of
Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby.
Severe snowstorms paralyzed the Northeast in 1978. '
In January of 1979, the Shah of Iran left his country for an indefinite amount of time, and one month
later, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini gained control of Iran. In Nicaragua, Anastasio Somoza was
deposed by the Sandinistas Liberation Front. President jimmy Carter's popularity reached an all time
low as instability in the Middle East heightened. In November, a group of Iranian students seized the
American Embassy in Tehran, Iran, and took sixty American hostages. The students refused to release
their hostages until the Shah was returned to Iran for trial. At the time, the Shah was undergoing treat-
ment for cancer in a New York hospital.
Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, causing panic in the Northwest. The thirteenth Winter Olympic
games were held in chaotic Lake Placid, New York, and featured Eric Heiden winning 5 gold medals,
and our hockey team triumphing over the Russians. The Summer Olympic Games were not a time of
elation for the U.S., as we led a major boycott of the event held in Moscow. Ronald Reagan won a land-
slide victory over Iimmy Carter on November 4, the first anniversary of the taking of the American
hostages. Shock was felt throughout the world as John Lennon was shot and killed outside the Dakota
in New York City on December 8. New York fans went wild when the Islanders hockey team won the
Stanley Cup in a fierce competition with the Philadelphia Flyers. While OPEC oil prices were
chronically on the rise, the Shah of Iran died in Egypt.
1981 started off with a bang when minutes after Ronald Reagan took of-
fice as President of the United States with George Bush as his right-hand
man, the 52 American hostages were freed from Iran. In March of the
same year, Iohn Hinckley Ir., to show his love for actress Jodie Foster, at-
tempted to assassinate President Reagan and wounded the President, as
well as Press Secretary Iames Brady, and' Washington Policeman Thomas
Delahanty in the process. Pope Iohn Paul II was also seriously wounded in
an assassination attempt by a Turkish terrorist, while Egypt's Anwar Sadat
was brutally murdered by right-wing Moslem fanatics. Trouble brewed
further in Northern Ireland throughout the year, while across the chan-
nel, France elected a Socialist leader, Francois Mitterrand. In Poland, .
Solidarity leader Lech Walesa, along with angry workers, struck and pro- tw
tested widespread shortages. However, the movement was crushed by the
brutal Soviet proxies also known as the Polish government in December.
On july 29, Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer were married in St.
Paul's Cathedral in London as the world watched with glee President
Reagan also named Sandra O'Connor as the first woman justice on the
During 1982, President Reagan proposed
his New Federalism as his economic program
halted inflation but stirred unemployment.
Protests against nuclear arms spread
throughout the world. Elections in troubled
El Salvador seemed only to cloud the hazy
picture there, but heavy turnouts signaled a
rejection of Communist guerrillas. Finally,
the Class of 1982 broke up in june. However,
like the Beatles, our legacy will live on.
"We were in shaky the groveling status of
Mifddlers to the near-respeCt 5BiHfj?l of Uppers Middlersf' ' '
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This year's Juniors and Sophs were fewer in numbers than ever before, but this was
hardly noticeable. There were still the same number of gifted students, poinclexters,
mad scientists, and athletes as in past years. After all, what would we be without
them? It's hard for them to Watch all the Seniors walk in, walk out, go to lunch, and
not come back, but someday they'1l be there too. And for some of them, it's the only
thing to keep them going.
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The Iunior Class Council is a group of energetic
students who wish to be involved with student
government. Under the direction of Mr. Kenney,
the class sponsor, the group plans and produces
dances, bake sales, and other fund-raising ac-
tivities. The main concern of the council members
is the planning of the 1982 Prom which they will
give the Seniors this year.
1st row: Ianet Calabro - Treasurer, Denise Fontaine - President,
Carolyn Tomaino - Social Chairman, 2nd row: Patrick Curry -
Vice President, Mr. Kenney - Sponsor, Chris Edwards - Historian.
Missing: Tracy Daly - Secretary.
CLASS UF 1983
110 - Dr. Chanover
Anderson, Jeannine, Caccamo, Paul, Connolly, Peter,
Delaporte, George, Dellolacono, Alfred, DiCarlo, An-
thony, Dolan, Iames, Edwards, Christopher, Essner,
Steven, Estay, Daniel, Fecht, Karen, Fedor, Michael, Fit-
zgerald, Margaret, Fitzsimmons, Ioan, Fontaine, Denise,
Franz,'Elizabeth, Friedman, Helen, Galassi, Gina, Geraci,
Iames, Gitelman, Alix, Goldsmith, Bonnie, Gotterbarn,
David, Gowan, Patricia, Hajny, Raymond, Hildreth, Iane,
Hill, Irene, O'Neill, Colin, Sager, Ioseph, Schneider,
Michael, Stais, Anthony, Tantillo, Mary.
126 - Ms. Gonya
Blair, Harry, Bren, Paulina, Brennan, Jane, Bryant, Sharon
Buschman, Karen, Butera, Diane, Campbell, Colleen
Casey, Eileen, Castles, James, Christie, Christina, Clausen
Jeffrey, Connolly, Raymond, Conroy, Thomas, Corwin
John, Cosola, Peter, Cronin, Paul, Curry, Patrick, Demar
co, Christopher, Dillon, Sharon, Dittrich, Deirdre
Eschmann, Janet, Fialcowitz, Patricia, Freeman, Robert C.
Hanrahan, Maureen, Kelly, Elizabeth, Krainovich, Nadia
Lovaglio, Felicia, Paksima, Nader, Reynolds, Elizabeth
130 - Mrs. Lynn
Anderson, Regina, Arcese, Peter, Aromiskis, Irene, Bar-
bagallo, Jean, Barnes, Lisa, Barry, Debra, Battista, Holly
Bayuk, Lisa, Bennett, Catherine, Blank, Denise, Bracco,
Michael, Caputo, Vincent, Case, Elliot, Cavanaugh, Dun
can, Cerruti, Thomas, Elliott, Thomas, Flynn, Hugh
Halpin, Brian, Hannon, Michael, Johnson, Joseph, Mc-
cavera, Maura, McMillan, Karen, Mallon, Marianne,
Miller, Patrick, Ogazon, Michael, Park, Robert, Preziosi
Daniel, Williams, Kiera
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112 - Mr. Guddat
Adipietro, Joseph, Bergin, Anne, Borelli, Gina, Corwin,
Corinne, Culhane, Kevin, Cureton, Stephen, Cutrone,
Paula, Dausch, Barbara, Deegan, Allison, Dehler, John,
DeMaio, John, Denner, Diana, Depp, Tracey, Dies, John,
Efthimiou, Thomas, Emmert, Brian, Erickson, Amy,
Fastenau, Jeanette, Feldman, Cliff, Franz, Dennis,
Freeman, Robert M., Kimmins, David, Maier, Stephanie,
Pierce, Leon, Sharp, Sharon, Thompson, Kerry, Werben,
Christopher, Winter, Constance
134 - Mrs. DeMarco
Bangs, Deborah, Daly, Tracy, Daniels, Susan, Defilippis,
Joseph, Dolan, Sean, Farrell, Edmond, Ferdinand,
Douglas, Gallan, Andrew, Gallic, Jean, Gergely, Christina,
Gillan, Christine, Greco, Samuel, Grogan, Nancy, Healy,
Jane, Healy, Marylee, Hicks, Jennifer, Holobigian, Paul,
Hutchinson, Derrick, Krebs, Jacqueline, Kuzminski,
Robert, McDonagh, Thomas, Macyko, Jane, O'Connor,
Tracy, Palmer, John, Simunek, Charles, Spencer, Charles,
Tilyou, Susan, Wieland, Robert
136 - Mr. Bruni
Brown, Donna, Fanuzzi, Danielle, Heaney, Edward, Hoch
Timothy, Inglesby, Kennth, Itgen, Ioseph, Iaeger, Karyn:
Iakubowski, Carol Ann, Iones, Andre, Iordan, Caroline
Kaliban, Timothy, Kennelly, Stephanie, Kenny, Michael
Kiyasu Iohn- Krattinger Iohn' Kru sman Ma 'Laano
1 1 1 1 y I TY, 1
Sylvia, Labianca, Nicole, Lane, Iames, Lee, Robert, Lesser,
Mark, Ludwig, Cynthia, Lynch, William, McCutcheon
Patricia, Oneill, Emily, Rice, Kathleen, Skolnik, Brian
Sullivan, David C.
141 - Dr. Tarrou
Andrea, joseph, Gibbons, Patricia, Iaconis, Saverio,
Krupica, Iohn, Landi, Christopher, Lynch, Barbara,
Mangano, Trina, Melkonian, Leon, Menig, Robert, Mer-
cier, Christopher, Metz, Edward, Milano, Claudia, Miller,
Todd, Murphy, Michael, Nichols, William, Nimmo
Thomas, Nouryan, Edward, Okane, Brian, Onufrak, Lisa'
Ospina, Steven, O'Toole, Lucy, Petrozzo, Jeanne, Piscopo
Cynthia, Pizzarello, Theresa, Rosato, Mary Lou, Scott
Debra, Weisburg, Marc
137 - Mr. Wojnar
Andron, Christopher, Bria, Adrienne, Carsey, lean,
Chang, Andrew, Kalafatis, Frances, Kazemi, Neda,
Keenan, Kathleen, Kehoe, Kathryn, Keusey, Edwin, Koh,
Charles, Lamonica, Leonard, Lecomte, Edward, Leu
Lisa, Lopez, David, Lopresti, Adriana, Loskamp, Eric,
Ludemann, William, McLaughlin, Steven, McLoughli
Kara, Maher, Caroline, Malerba, Michael, Mineo, Gina,
Mistretta, Margaret, Moody, Thomas, Morrissey, Bethann,
Nowack, Elizabeth, Shahidi, Melissa, Silvestri, Thomas,
Vierengel, Susan, Yee, L.
142 - Ms.
Aprea, Stephen, Bingold, Robert, Conte, Lawrence,
DiFalco, Anthony, Kashand, Meridad, Maloney, An-
nemarie, Miller, Cheryl, Munnelly, Kevin, Ohalpin
Loraine, O'Hare, Edward, Olcott, Christopher, Oleksa
Cara, Orsini, James, Pamas, Michael, Papoulas, Theodore,
Peters, William, Petrella, Thomas, Philippides, Nicholas'
Polk, Ianice, Polley, Kathleen, Primrose, Robert, Quinn,
Michael, Rosenstock, Caroline, Sapanski, Arlene,
Schiraldi, Lisa, Schulman, Ronna, Seery, Maryellen'
Smith, Cynthia, Sweeney, Mary Anne, White, Michele
144 - Mr. Martin
Gieseke, Patricia, Howe, jeanne, McAllister, Charles,
McKenzie, Kathryn, Mitchell, Vincent, Nova, Camille,
Prusan, Eric, Rego-Monteiro, Marcos, Reinhardt, Barbara,
Reinhardt, Patricia, Sackett, Mary, Sanders, Alicia, San-
tangelo, Marianne, Schnappauf, Thomas, Sciscente, john,
Segal, Richard, Sideris, Laurence, Simari, Nancy, Sirch,
Saunie, Skiadas, joanne, Smalley, Mary Ellen, Smith,
Lauren, Stachtiaris, Paris, Staniecki, joseph, Starr, Mat-
thew, Stravitz, William, Sutton, Margaret, Sweeney, Mary
172 - Mr. Kenney
Acer, Kathleen, Bartolf, Bruce, Bennett, Anne, Clancy, An-
drew, Coester, Kelly, D'Alessandro, Victoria, Ehling,
Michael, Engels, Mary, Gros, Ulrich, Holmes, Arthur,
johnson, Elizabeth, jordan, john, Neill, Michael, Olvany,
Stephen, Ostrowski, Walter, Philippi, Ralph, Rasor, Mary,
Taylor, john, Tesher, jane, Thompson, Scott, Treber,
Christopher, Vinciguerra, William, Vought, Melinda,
Weigold, jill, Weiss, Carl, Weiss, Scott, Williams, Claire,
Willis, William, Wilson, Lisa, Wise, Arthur, Wong, Sonja
161 - Mr. Genna
Dziuba, Doreen, Gallo, Richard, Gray, Glen, Huchle
William, jordan, Robert, Luong, Lien, Mulroney, Alice
Sackett, William, Schueler, Kim, Shuart, james, Skiadas
Peter, Straton, Paul, Stutzmann, William, Sweeney
Robert, Tacchi, Randall, Terranova, Thea, Terzi, Robert
Thoet, Bruce, Thumser, Elaine, Trenkle, Marianne, Troc-
chia, Patricia, Truesdell, Tyler, Tsai, Linda, Tynan
William, Umbach, Michael, Vassalotti, Andrea, Williams
Allyson, Wilson, Deborah, Wydler, Kathleen
175 - Mr. Slocombe
Barton, Glenn, Bates, jeffrey, Bottino, Peter, Burchill
Thomas, Calabro, janet, Canzoneri, David, Carl, Marc
Case, David, Cummings, Devon, Debany, Paul, Decker
Kerry Anne, DeSoye, Suzanne, Dinatale, Maria, Dodd
Diane, Dornau, Ronald, Dowden, Mary T., Fischer, Ray-
mond, Genberg, Marc, Kalaycioglu, jilda, Keefe, Anne
Kelly, Allison, Kelly, Mara, Ludemann, Lisa, Sullivan
Brenda, Tomaino, Carolyn, Tsoukalas, Maria, VonSeelen
Keith, Yuter, Laurence, Zakarian, Richard, Zografos
ORE CLASS CCUNCIL
thusiastic students under the direction of Mr.
Martin. They had a very successful year which in-
cluded various traditional and new events. The
first event of the year was the production of an
original Homecoming float, which was filled with
gray and maroon helium balloons. Other activities
included two very successful dances - a Punk
Rock Dance and the traditional Class Ring Dance.
The major activity of the year was the ordering of
class rings. The design was selected through a
contest held for the whole grade. The council has
achieved great results and hopes to continue to do
as well in the future.
lst row: Mark Cowie - Vice President, Monica Mack - President,
Sylvia Scarpino - Secretary, 2nd row: Carla Deakins - Treasurer,
Marybeth Noonan - Historian, Brenda Mullin - Social Chairman.
CLASS UF 19 4
108 - Mr. Bennetter
Adams, Mary, Alaimo, Vincent, Alden, Kenneth, Allegro,
Maria, Anderson, Dayna, Anemone, Andrew, Anziano,
Louis, Arena, Rachel, Ascher, Stephen, Beck, james,
Becker, Lee, Bellmer, Adrienne, Beneke, Alice, Berkowitz,
Gregory, Bici, Andrea, Blank, jennifer, Boddicker,
Christine, Bogart, Gabrielle, Boring, Loretta, Brennan,
Patricia, Brown, Thomas, Cartelli, Adrianne, Cashman,
Maura, Gillett, Carol, Hecken, Philip, Martin, Cornelia,
Mulroney, Matthew, Scuderi, Vincent
. The Sophomore Class Council is a group of en-
124 - Mr. David
Becker, Susan, Brai, Paul, Coulter, Patrick, Damante,
Anne, Deakins, Carla, Debe, Peter, Dehler, Tara, Delorme,
Monica, Deraddo Vir inia' Desantis Theresa' DeVries,
Linda, Dohn, Patrici, Donelan, Francis, Donovan
Elizabeth, Doolittle, Mark, Duel, Garth, Dumas, Barbara
Dunckelmann, Paul, Eckina, Richard, Healey, Kathleen
Lipari, Peter, McLaughlin, Cathy, Melkonian, Kenneth
Messina, Edna, Munnelly, Keith, Rhodes, Susan, Robin-
son, janice, Winski, Christopher
125 - Miss McAteer
Erskine, john, Esposito, Scott, Falvey, john, Farrell,
Patricia, Fay, Nancy, Fierro, Gianno, Finegan, Thomas,
Ford, Elizabeth, Freeman, Rhonda, Friderichs, Lynn,
Furey, Sheila, Gallagher, Alexandra, Garber, Buckley,
Gassmann, Linda, Georgi, Christian, Gewert, james,
Ghilaga, Artes, Giodano, Geoffery, Girodias, Susan,
Gowan, Daniel, Graefing, Robert, Grant, james, Gupta,
Ajay, Hodge, Cassandra, Martinez, Carol, Matheu, james,
Merritts, George, Richmond, Sarah
114 - Mr. Mazarese
Acer, Margaret, Brown, jacqueline, Buchman, Michael
Buckman, Gregory, Burke, Ann Marie, Burns, james
Byrne, Christopher, Carsey, Elizabeth, Carter, Anne
Cerasuolo, joan, Chianese, jennifer, Chisholm, jeannine
Christiansin, Susan, Clark, Michael, Clowery, Nicole
Conigilo, Lisa, Conza, Salvatore, Cook, Elizabeth
Cosgrove, George, Comas, Peter, Creatore, Suzanne, Crof-
ton, Kerin, Flaherty, john, Hartfield, Kerry, Hughes
Eveleen, jensen, Scott, Peterson, Stacia, Thai, Hoa-Toan
ii. l A ,,,, S' t 2 i,i.a'l
127 - Miss Solomon
Diller, Kevin, Dougherty, Sean, Farrell, Kimberly, Foley,
Patricia, Fusco, Patricia, Gammage, john, Grant, Karen,
Grasso, Kimberly, Grupp, joan, Haight, jena, Hebron,
George, Heiselman, Paul, Hogan, john, Hudson, Hubert,
Hughes, Eileen, Inglesby, Andrew, Ingrassia, joseph,
Ironside, Richard, jaenichen, Steven, jaworski, Andrea,
johnston, Karin, jones, Barbara, Kelly, Denise, Kiernan,
janice, Kirby, Melissa, Koprowski, Gina, McCarthy,
Daniel, Mayer, Kristin, Pasquale, Lisa, Soutar, Christopher
128 - Mr. Castellano
Bartul, Michael, Flynn, Arthur, Fogarty, Marlene,
Hamilton, Kenneth, Heaney, Carolyn, Judson, Ronald,
Keefe, Joseph, Kelly, James, Kelly, Peter, Kempf, William,
King, Blair, Klein, Douglas, Kontolefas, Stathis, Krieg,
Timothy, Lally, Regan, Lamonica, Virginia, Larsen, Karen,
Larsen, Edward, Lawder, Elizabeth, Leder, William,
Leone, Annemarie, Liberatoscioli, Donna, Lucano, Tara,
Lynch, Kelly, Macchio, Susan, Majden, Donna, Maroney,
Karen, Morelli, Diane, Mundy, Timothy, Ostrowski, Jill
138 - Mr. Richards
Burke, Patrick, Christofides, Angelo, Daly, Paul
DiGaetano, Robert, Dwyer, Robert, Hayes, Joseph, Huhta
Susan, Koconas, Timothy, Milazzo, Paul, Morano, Thomas,
Moreno, Andrew, Noonan, Joyce, Nystrom, F. Karl,
Oguzhan, Sally, Olds, Robert, Ottaiano, Anthony
Pagonis, Thomas, Palmieri, Carolyn, Patten, Marie, Perico,
Linda, Quinlan, Barbara, Quinn, Cathleen, Rapuano
Valerie, Regan, Elizabeth, Roellig, Martha, Rogowski
Denise, Thompson, Christopher, Woulfe, Leslie Ann
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132 - Mr. Weinlandt
Dooher, Jack, Gans, Anne, Lewis, Darrin, Lorenson
David, McBride, Angela, McCarthy, Karen, McQuade
Laurie, Mack, Monica, Maggio, Joseph, Magoulias
Jonathan, Maier, Robert, Mallis, Dean, Maloney, Eileen
Manning, John, Masiello, John, Meyer, Christine, Mid-
dleton, Kimberly, Mulligan, Ann, Mullin, Brenda, Mur-
phy, Christine, Murphy, Kimberly, Neira, Jeannette
Pakisima, Bijan, Pineman, Laura, Rotola, Allison
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140 - Ms. Braunstein
Borzilleri, Andrew, Browne, Alison, Connor, Donald,
Conserva, Vincent, Corwin, Candice, Darcy, Barbara,
Dloan, Eileen, Dupont, Maria, Mulford, Christopher,
O'Leary, Glenn, Palladino, Robert, Panarella, Adam,
Peretz, Craig, Perez-Vega, Jose, Pratt, Thomas, Quigley,
Micheal, Ramos, Peter, Rego-Monteiro, Atila, Santangelo,
Thomas, Santangelo, Valerie, Scarpimo, Sylvia, Schauf,
Catherine, Scolpino, Nancy, Seaman, Rebecca, Segal,
Stephanie, Siciliano, Linda, Sirkin, Carolyn, Smith, Don-
na, Sorrentino, Nancy
148 - Mrs. Horton
Belger, Mary, Benevenia, Lenoref, Calamari, James,
Carney, James, Collins, Stacy, Costello, James, Dillmeier
Elizabeth, Johnson, Sarah, Napolitano, Nina, Nelson
Rachel, O'Connor, Lorraine, Rice, Christine, Schlange
Paul, Schmidt, Jonathan, Schreier, Donald, Sheets, Erik
Spanos, Peter, Spata, Ellen, Spirakis, Alexandra, Stafford
Jeanne, Stahel, Mark, Stankewick, Walter, Stasco, Caryn
Sullivan, Jennifer, Sweeney, Annmarie, Tobin, Timothy
173 - Mr. Pollock
Condon, Maureen, Curtin, Peter, Deangelo, Frank, Dolan
Deborah, El-Dada, Lorena, Engels, Susan, Eschmann
Alison, Fitzpatrick, Mary, Fonseca, Lawrence, Haeffner,
Peter, Hall, Mary, Halloran, Jean, Hanley, Moira, Heavey
Anthony, Jensen, Suzanne, Lehan, Lorraine, Miller,
Kerry, O'Brien, William P., Paksima, Suzanne, Reinhardt
Robert, Renouard John, Reu er Steven, Russell
I P I I
Kathleen, Scarpino, John, Shuart, William, Simpson, Mar-
tin, Smitten, Steven, Steen, George
163 - Mr. Kirsty
Burden, Susan, Campbell, Robert, Dewey, Diane, Giar-
Luneburg, Keith, Macht, Jerome, Moringiello, Gabrielle,
Murphy, Helen, Ogazon, Paul, Peak, Carol, Rogowski,
Julia, Sauer, Catherine, Steblai, Daniel, Sutcliffe, George,
Sweeney, Richard A., Tesoro, Charles, Tetro, Paul, Thayer,
Donald, Vakalopoulas, Victoria, Vicory, Barbara, Walker,
Maureen, Weekes, Elizabeth, Weekes, Jennifer, Weidner,
raputo, Christopher, Grill, Adam, Harding, Philip
174 - Mr. Regan
Cowie, Mark, Dalton, Stephan, Jaghab, Janice, McConnell
Timothy, Macaluso, Joseph, O'Neil, Kara, Sacca,
Maryanne, Schiebel, John, Schmitt, Eric, Seery, James
Sekas, Nicholas, Semmes, Benjamin, Sutton, Susan
Sweeney, Monica, Tejani, Cena, Telfeyan, Jennifer
Thomasino, Donald, Tortorello, Gianine, Tsai, Teresa, Ver-
maelen, Philip, Walker, Robert, Wardlaw, Christopher
Weiss, Gretchen, Wieland, Stephen, Wren Laurie, Young
Maureen, Azpf, Lisa
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the presidency of the Golden Fleece Debating Society, stopped
writing hissohool spirit column for the IIQVfZsgi1PC1',.dI'OPPCd the chair-
manship 'ofitiie Unclerprivileged Local Children subcommittee of the
Good Samaritan Confraternity, stilled his baritone in the chapel choir,
and even . . . resigned from the Student Advisory Committee to the
Headmastefs Discretionary Benevolent Fund."
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Unbelievable as it may seem, slaving over textbooks until three in the morning,
striving for straight A+'s with AP credit, and running directly home after school to
watch "General Hospital," are not the only activities which occupy a student's time.
There are various clubs available to everyone on a Weekly basis at the Garden City
High School throughout the school year. Many clubs hold functions on Weekends as
Well, although prying a student away from the television set during a Saturday night
viewing of "Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island" is rather difficult.
After school activities are an integral part of a senior's, junior's and yes, even a low-
ly sophomore's life, and Without them, their high school years would not be as
memorable. Whether a student is motivated musically, scientifically, culturally, social-
ly, or spiritedly, there exists a club with a dedicated faculty advisor to further his or
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STUDE T CUUNCIL
Sitting: R. Mack, M. Kruysman, I. Brown, S. Scarpino, B. Mullin, C. Deakins, M. Cowie, P. Curry, D. DeGroot, C. Lawder, S.
Alfieri. Standing: Dr. Tarrou, D. Lara, C. Mullooly, I. Griffith, I. Gibbons, K. Decker.
Once again, the Student Council has diligently worked to uphold the basic principles of a
democratic governing body. Consisting of elected Sophomore, Iunior, and Senior delegates, the Stu-
dent Council works to fulfill the needs of the student body as a whole. This year, the council spon-
sored a video-dance, the annual Winter Wonderland and Spring Fling, as well as helping with the
G.O. drive in the beginning of the year. In addition to these activities in school, the council worked
with representatives from outside the school in order to improve relationships with the community.
The council's sponsor is Dr. Iames Tarrou.
Sitting: Dave Lara - Secretary, Steve Alfieri - President, jim Griffith - Vice President. Standing:
Cathy Lawder - Treasurer, Claire Mulloly - Parliamentarian.
Sitting: Tracy Daly, lean Sweeney, Alison Eschman. Standing: Dr. Dolan, Mr. Allen.
The Discipline Committee is a branch of
the administration that reviews the
behavior of students who have ac-
cumulated an excessive number of
demerits. The Board consists of student
representatives from the Senior Class and
Faculty members, with Mr. Allen as chair-
man. Recommendations are made to Mr.
Lawder about the course of action to pur-
sue in dealing with the future behavior of
The Student Court consists of three student
justices, one administrative justice, one faculty
justice and a clerk. Student justices are appointed
by the Student Council President and ratified by
the Student Council. Students who wish to appeal
a penalty for infraction of school rules may submit
a brief to the court explaining why the penalty
should be reduced or removed entirely. Typically,
a student justice investigates the case and, after
discussion, a decision is made at the following
meeting of the Court. The constitutionality of
legislation passed by the Student Council may
also be challenged before the Student Court.
Sitting: Mr. Allen, Dr. Borut, Mr. Nelson. Standing: F. Allegro, Mrs DeMarco, Mr. McAleese,
lst ROW: L. Krebs, C. Mullooly, A. Hollis 2nd row: A. Kelly, T. Daly, E. McQuade,
Sweeney, I. Krebs.
The 36th annual Magazine Drive was one of the
most financially successful of the last decade. This
major fund raising activity returns forty percent of
the magazine sales price to the school as well as
rewarding students who sell subscriptions. The
reward, in the form of tangible gifts such as por-
table televisions, cameras, radios, and savings
bonds, is based on the number of subscriptions ob-
tained by each student. Each year S1000 is turned
over to the Student Council and the remainder of
the profits is distributed to the three classes based
on the percentage of sales made by each class. The
drive is organized and conducted by a committee
of junior and senior girls, and is sponsored by Dr.
STUDE T CITIZENSHIP BUARD
Fifty-one seniors and
selected on the basis of
work directly with Mr.
Lawder in the daily opera-
tion of the school
First row: C. Lawder, N. Irwin, L. Mangano, L. DeSoye, I. Gibbons, R, Brennan. Second row: A. Kelly, N. Poz, K, Eschman, G. Costello, V. Vought, K, Schreier, I. Beck, V.
Mistretta, N. Stefano, E. McQuade, R. Mack, S. Gammage, L. Issing. Third row: T. Mangano, C. Tomaino, T. Daly, L. Kwee, S. Koh, K. McLoughlin, B. Goldsmith, L. Onufrak,
I. Brown, S. Kennelly, M. Sutton, S. Conway, C. Nowack, C. Fleri, T. Adams, B. Park, S. DeSoye, S, Pepper. Fourth Row: D. Dodd, I. Krebs, E, Metz, E. Thumser, I. Ireland, P.
Curry, D. Dehler, A. Clancy, M, Petropoulos, S, Olvany, G. Hennenberger.
The National Honor Society is a
service organization which bases its
membership on scholarship,
character, leadership, and service. To
be eligible for membership, a stu-
dent must have and maintain a cer-
tain grade point average, and also
must be nominated by two faculty
members. As Well as providing a
tutoring service, the club tabulates
honor ratings at the end of each
This year, members attended a
faculty symposium at Adelphi
University, held a Senior Citizen's
Day, and participated in other com-
munity activities. The year ended
with the induction of members for
1982-1983. The club is sponsored by
Mr. Slocombe and Mr. Maloney.
building. They may be
seen in action each period
during the school day,
before homeroom, and at
night on special occasions,
as they Work on the stu-
dent attendance and
disciplinary system in the
main and attendance of-
fices. Members of the Ex-
ecutive Board supervise
the daily operation of the
squad as well as assist one
afternoon a week after
school. This year's Ex-
ecutive Board: Patty
Angus, Iamie Sue Beck,
Gabrielle Costello, Mary
Iane Eggers, Kathy
Eschmann, Glenn Hen-
neberger, Anne Kelly,
Kim Keppler, Eileen Mc-
Quade, Regina Mack, Vin-
nie Mistretta, Rosemarie
Moringiello, Nancy Poz,
Kim Schrier, Ken Smith,
Nancy Stefano, and Vicki
HO OR SOCIETY
First row: L. Kwee, R. Mack, L. Mangano, I. Craner, C. Costello, I. Sheehan, D. DeGroot, I. Myslik, R. Btes, Second row: P. Angus, I. Corrie, L. Oliva, E
man, K. Lynch, R, El-Dada, T. Saito, I. Ireland, R. Gieseki, D. Ioyce, I. Straton, M. Cavanaugh. Third row: F. Lashen, I. Beck, M. Chute, I. Rayfield, M. Lucca,
Mylott, S. Zannos.
There were many, many people in the Trojan Club this year.
EXECUTI E BOARD
Sitting: Cathy Lawder, Emily Sirkin, Aileen Hollis, Tracy Daly, MaryLee Healy. Standing: Patrick
Curry, Kerrie Luhmann, Nancy Stefano, Tony DiFalco, Diane Dodd, jackie Krebs, Anna Gupta.
With over 200 members, the Trojan
Club is one of the school's largest and
most active clubs. Its primary purpose
is to promote school spirit and involve-
ment. The club plans and carries out
major events such as Homecoming
Qwhich includes the Parade, Alumni
Reception, and the election and crown-
ing of the Homecoming Queen and
Kingj, as well as Spirit Day. The Trojan
Club also sells refreshments at the
home basketball games and concerts
and sponsors movie nights.
There were many, many people in the Key Club.
The Key Club, a community service organization, is one
of the largest clubs in the school. Consisting of approx-
imately 125 active members, the Key Club participates in
aiding the community, school, and various charities. This
year's projects included a car Wash, the Turkey Trot,
Senior Citizen's Day, a trip to a day care center, and the
annual Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast. The club is open
to all interested students and this year's officers are:
President: Iamie Sue Beck
Vice-President: Meg Chute
Recording Secretary: Iane Rayfield
Minutes Secretary: Ioe Straton
Treasurer: lim Ostrowski
Sergeant-at-Arms: Mary Iane Eggers
EES First row: I. Rayfield, M. Chute, D, Dehler, P. Diaz, D. Iohnston, T. Saito Second row W Adams G Costello I Corrie K Lynch M Petropoulos
T. Papoulas, G. Barton, A. Chang, K. McLoughlin, P. Curry, W. Lashen L Pasquale P Farrell
Echo, the Garden City Senior High School newspaper,
is a student-run paper that is supported by the GO. and
revenues raised through advertising. Because it
operates independent of the school's administration,
the paper is uncensored, allowing the staff to address
what they feel are the concerns of the students. All the
planning is done by the editors, who use the recom-
mendations made by the advisor, Mr. Robert McGowan,
and others. Echo is published ten times a year, and
distributed free to all students.
This year's editorial staff is:
Chairman and Features Editor: David W. Johnston
News Editor: Toshihiko Saito
Editorial Editor: Patricia Ann Diaz
Sports Editor: Meg Chute
Business Manager: Jane Rayfield
Photography Editor: Dennis Dehler
The A-V Squad, under the strong leader-
ship of Mr. Iames McAleese, provides
Audio-Visual equipment, which includes
projectors, record players, and the like, to the
teachers of the school. Instruction of
students and teachers in the use of materials
for the classroom is also a function of the
First row: D. Lewis, M. Buchman, P. Dunckelmann. Second row: T. Pratt, Mr. McAleese.
One of the major factors contributing to
the efficient operation of the library is the
staff of student aides. They volunteer their
free time, either during study halls or before
and after school, to help in the library. The
aides perform a number of services, in-
cluding signing out books, checking in
returned materials, shelving books and
magazines, helping with the copy machine,
binding magazines, and assisting both
students and faculty. Through their work in ,
the library, these students not only provide a
service to the school, but also gain
knowledge of library practices and
First row: L. Zolas, Miss Westwood, M. Hall, L. Pasquale. Second row: L. Monahan, I.
Calamari, M. Morgan.
Comprised of student volunteers, this
T group assists both our school and the com-
munity. Membership in the Fire Auxiliary,
under the supervision of the Garden City
Fire Department, provides each member
with valuable training in the procedures to
follow in case of emergency. All school fire
drills are organized and directed by the Fire
Patrol and school Administration. Bruce
Smith is this year's captain and Mr. Lawder
is the school sponsor.
First row: C. Feldman, D. Cavanaugh, B. Smith, M. Stahl, B. Iones, I. james. Second row: S.
Weiss, W. DeVincentis, R. Tacchi, M. Hannon, I. Doe, C. Treber.
FOREIGN POLICY FORUM
The Foreign Policy Forum meets every two
weeks, and consists of students who enjoy
involvement in discussing international
situations and general policies of the world
community. Students meet to discuss a topic
or world problem, the effects it may have on
the world in general, and the United States
in particular. Speakers often address the club
members, on historic issues or philosophies.
The club has attended a Model United Na-
tions each year, either at Harvard University
or in New York City.
First row: L. Yuter, T. McCarthy, M, Petropoulos. Second row: A. Chang, K. Smith, R.
The members of the Kung Fu Club, under
the direction of Mr. Low, are taught Kung Fu C: ,V.d
and other Martial Arts. The King Fu Club
was formed by Mr. Low five years ago and
meets twice a week to introduce its members
to Kung Fu and Tae Kwon Do.
First row: C. Koh, B. Paksima, N. Paksima, I. Mead. Second row: Mr. Low fCoachJ, M. Melko-
nian, L. Keshian, N. Trimboli, C. Andron, R. Park.
Chess Club meets weekly to play as well as
study the games of chess. There is also a
Chess Team that participates in the Nassau
County Chess League. The team, in each of
the four years since its inception, has suc-
cessfully advanced to the play-offs, placing
second in the county and winning two divi-
p lt sion championships.
B. Thoet, J. Kiyasu, L. Yuter, Mr. Pollack CCoachJ, C. Pramnieks.
First row: B. Vicory, M. Falvey, I. S. Beck, I. Rayfield, B. Noonan, L. Ludemann, M. E. Kruysman. Second row: D. DeGroot, F. Lashen, M. Hutchinson, S.
Peper, L. Issing, A. Knoerzer, K. Bren, E. Oguzhan, C. Wren, A. Bidi. Third row: D. Dehler, K. McLoughlin, I. Fastenau, T. Thresher, T. Palmer, I. Noonan,
S. Huhta, M. Lucca, W. Adams, L. Kwee, C. Pramnieks, T. Dunne, M. Celentano, L. Onufrak. Fourth row: C. Peak, C. Miller, M. Sackett, S. Wong, K.
Iaeger, M. Morgan, M. Hall, L. Monahan, D. Hutchinson.
The German Club provides German anu non-German
, students with an opportunity to experience German culture
If through various social activities. The variety of functions at-
tended by the students range from a spirited Oktoberfest, to
R .. a traditional Christmas party, to the ultimate beach party.
V' Special thanks from the club to Herr Guddat, its sponsor, for
p faithfully devoting his time and energy. This year's officers
President: Anthony Knoerzer
Vice-President, Lisa Issing
Secretary: Paulina Bren
Treasurers: Kamilla Bren
Officers: Magnus Hutchinson
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1st row: C. McKenzie, S. Rihmond, L. Pineman, M. Sacca, C. Miller, M. Sacket, S. Wong, K. Iaeger, N. Layton. 2nd row: M. Celentano, J. Beck, D.
MacLeod, T. Primrose, Miss McAteer, M. Petropoulos, I. Myslik, I. Rayfield, R. Estes. 3rd row: M. Hayes, F. Lashen, B. Noonan, M. Falvey, I. Noonan, K.
Lynch, L. Pasquale, M. Hall, E. Hughes, L. Kapraski, M. Kruysman, T. Saito, R. E1-Dada, W. Chin, M. Chute. 4th row: D. DeGroot, T. Cerruti, C. Koh, R.
Primrose, G. Perfetto, B. Park, T. McCarthy, S. Kalkines, M. Sacca, K. Lynch.
One of the largest and
f most popular organiza-
' tions of the school, the
French Club, is comprised
of students who wish to
further their knowledge
of the French language
and culture. Under the
leadership of President
Tricia Primrose, Vice-
Treasurer lim Myslik, and
Co-Social Chairmen Iamie
Sue Beck and lane
Rayfield, the club enjoyed
a very exciting year. Ac-
tivities included trips to
cultural excursions to
New York City, a Hallo-
ween party, and the tradi-
tional "Fete Ioyeux Noel."
The club is sponsored by
IT LIAN CLUB
1st row: B. Vicory, M. Lucca, N. Petrillo, K. Smith, Sr. Mazarese, I. Locopo, I. Ireland, M. DiNatale, F. Mattemeop2nd row: M. Trivilino, T. diSantos, D.
Liberscholi, L. DiCarlo, K. Grant, L. Oliva, S. Huhta, W. Adams, A. Leoni, A. Panzera, E. Messina, C. Quinn, A. Dellolacano, M. Carl, R. Terzi, 3rd row: P.
Malazo, M. Hall, T. Petrella, V. D'Alessandro, T. Papoulas, M. Rego-Montiero, I. Calamari, P. Straton.
Through various educational and enjoyable activities, the
Italian Club is actively pursuing its goal of promoting the
language and culture of Italy. The new school year always
opens with the traditional trip to New York's Little Italy dur-
ing the San Gennaro Feast. Other activities include an an-
nual Carnevale party, a Columbus day picnic, La Festa di
Primavera and the end of the year picnic at Belmont Lake
State Park. This year's major activity is a ten day tour of Italy
during the Easter vacation. The club is sponsored by its
founder, Signor Mazarese.
This year's officers are:
james Locopo: President
Kenneth Smith: Vice-President
Maria DiNatale: Secretary
Thomas Petrella: Social Chairman
1 Nick Petrilloz Treasurer
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The Latin Club members, led by
fearless Dr. C. Bruni, are indeed a uni-
que breed. They meet daily in mind
and spirit to learn Latin, its tradition,
and definitely its "culture"
O tempora, O mores! Alea iacta est.
Tres mures! En fugient! Nam omnes
secuti sunt resticam, Quae caudas
cultello desecuit, Sane facinus in-
solitissimum! O tres mures. Carthago
deligenda est. Aves summus.
This year's officers are:
Consul: Patrick Curry
Imperator: Edwin Keusey
Praetor: Ed Farrell
Gladius: Helen Friedman
Equites: Susan Daniels
First row: L. Kwee, S. Conway, M. Falvey, I. Newman, I. S. Beck, Second row: A. Sanders, S.
First row: I. S. Beck, C. Bartholomew, L. Kwee, Miss Visentin, B. Noonan, M. Falvey, I. Rayfield, M. Celen-
tano, Second row: W. Adams, S. Huhta, I. Noonan, L. Keshian, M. Schultheis, S. Zimulis, K. Hughes, I.
Brown, E. McQuade, M. Hutchinson, C. Nowack.
The Spanish Club has been an
important part of the Garden City
High School during the 1981-1982
school year. Besides being involv-
ed with the schoo1's regular ac-
tivities, the Spanish Club has held
its own events including service
projects and various skating and
restaurant trips, as well as par-
ticipating in Homecoming. The
Spanish Club is open to all
students who have some
knowledge of the language, or an
interest in the culture. This year's
President: Lia Kwee
Vice-President: Beth Noonan
Secretary: Maureen Falvey
Treasurer: Karen Hughes
Social Chairmen: Cathy N owack
and Ieanine Springer
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Margaret
Chantecler, the French literary magazine,
selects French students' prose, poetry, and
artwork for publication. The first issue of the
year is a traditional calendar featuring
French civilization and culture. The second
issue consists of creative French writings. All
French students receive a copy of this useful
magazine which adds a touch of culture to
the high school. This year's editors are
Frances Lashen and Kathy Acer. I
F. Lashen, T. McCarthy, K. Acer
First row: A. Damante, L. Oliva, V. D'Alexandero. Second row: T. Petrella, M. DiNatale, Mr
Mazarese, M. Lucca, K. Smith.
Lo Stivale, the high school's Italian publica-
tion published annually since 1980, consists
of articles written by students of Italian. By
participating, students are able to expand
their knowledge of the culture and language
of Italy. Lo Stivule has Won first place 11980,
and second place H9813 awards from the Col-
umbia Scholastic Press Association. It is
sponsored by Signor Mazarese.
Fiesta is the Spanish publication of the high school. The
purpose of this publication is to enable students to combine
their skill in using the Spanish language with their
knowledge of the Hispanic world. It is open to all students of
Spanish and its sponsor is Mr. Sonander. This year's editorial
Editor: Victoria Vought
Assistant Editor: Linda Oliva
Sitting: V. Vought, L. Oliva. Standing: Mr. Sonander.
Tim McCarthy, Jessica Craner, John Newman
Four Garden City students spent their
summers in foreign countries this year under
the auspices of the International Student Ex-
change. There are two programs offered to
the students: Experiment in International
Living and Youth for Understanding. The
difference between these programs is that
the Experiment offers a two week travel
period in addition to a month spent with a
family, whereas the Youth program is a two
month stay with one family. After this great
experience the Ambassadors are able to share
their experiences with other students and
various community organizations through
slide presentations and speeches.
I nkspots, the high school literary-arts
magazine, is published annually in May and
distributed free of charge to all students. Art-
work, photography, poetry, and short stories
are all included in the magazine which
gives students the opportunity to express
themselves artistically. This after-school ac-
tivitity is conducted under the supervision of
Mr. Roger Goodwin.
Vicki Vought, Meg Chute Missing from picture: jenny O'Hare, Pat Angus.
First row: I. Fastenau, E. Cunningham, K. McLoughlin. Second row: K. Cloherty, C. Ludwig,
A. Knoerzer, L. Ludemann, R. McEntee.
Thirteen ambassadors participated last
summer in a direct exchange with Coburg,
West Germany. The program differs from the
experiment of the youth program in that the
student stays with a family in Germany for
three weeks, then the brother or sister comes
back to live in Garden City for three weeks.
First row: L. Norton, L. Kwee, M. Lucca, I. Myslik, S. Park, G. Costello, I. Beck. Second row: R. El-Dada, M.
Morgan, I. Nicols, I. Ireland, D. Turkelandrhynia, S. Martinez, S. Koh, I. Straton, P. Diaz.
Senior Project is a program
designed for seniors interested in
studying areas outside the regular
curriculum. About ten seniors did
Senior Projects this year, on topics
ranging from telescope building
to poetry. Each student presented
a written report to the Senior Pro-
ject Committee which consists of
Dr. Faust, Dr. L. Morrongiello, Dr.
C. Morrongiello, Mr. Castellano,
and Mr. Levine.
The Botany Club is designed to
appeal to students who like
plants, and are interested in in-
creasing their knowledge of them.
We collect and press herbarian
plants, have established a her-
barium, take Walking field trips,
visit arboreta, and study the
various aspects of plant life in
E ICR PROJECT
First row: S. Poole, L. Lobo. Second row: T. Saito, I. Newman, P. Cutrone, D. Scollard, I. Moyers.
ASTRO OMY CLU
First row: I. Tjioe, S. Park, M. Cavanaughg Second row: S. Martinez, W. Chin, L. Melkonian.
The Computer Core is made up
of five expert computer program-
mers who help with the ad-
ministrative uses of the computers
in the school. Currently the com-
puters are used for attendance,
student data records, and genera-
tion of lists. A small group within
CORE is currently working on
transferring the attendance and
listing now done on expensive
time-sharing facilities to
microprocessors owned by the
district. CORE students are also
involved in writing programs to
put guidance functions such as
grade reporting, computing of
averages, class rank, and honor
roll on the microcomputers.
CORE, led by Dr. Roderic A.
Beaulieu, performs an essential
service for the school. Members
put in many hours and deserve
recognition for the work they do.
The purpose of the Astronomy
Club is to foster an interest in
both observational and theoretical
astronomy. Periodic outdoor ses-
sions using one or more of the
school's telescopes enable
members to learn observatory
techniques and to locate key stars
and constellations. After-school
meetings generally include
discussion of astrophysical theory
or some technical advance, such as
the space shuttle. Activities also
include trips to the Vanderbilt
Planetarium to make use of the
sky theater and observatory.
First row: R. Terzi, I. Sheehan, P. Cutrone, Second row: D. Hutchinson, Dr. Bealieu.
First row: S. Carr, M, Lipari, I. Paksima, M. Ostrowski, Mrs. Spiers, D. Imgram, N. Simari, I. Meyer, E. Cunningham, K. Brennan, M. Acer. Second row: L.
Aloia, T. Nimmo, A. Flynn, D. Gowan, R. Wieland, J. Manning, B. Franz, K. Farrell, B. Seaman, V. Rapparafano, P. Diaz. Third row: N. Grogan, L.
DiCarlo, M. Manning, Mr. Cusak, L. Onufrak, C. Gillet, M. Hannon, W. Ostrowski, A. Erickson, A. Fischer, K. O'Nei1l, T. Kaliban. Missing: S. Daniels, N.
Zogrofas, E. O'Neill, A. Morreale, S, Huhta.
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aj-..t Masquers, the high schoo1's co-curricular Theatre
Arts group, planned a year full of worthwhile plays.
Participants in these productions learn the essentials
of stage craft, play productions, and acting. This
year, Masquers first completed its fall show, "The Ef-
fect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon
Marigolds" by Paul Zindel, which was shown in
November. In February, they performed a Children's
play, "Pegora the Witch." As their final accomplish-
ment, they held an all school musical in the spring.
In addition to the plays, Masquers also held a drive
to replace costumes lost in the fire in Iune, 1981.
Masquers was unable to use the large stage for half
the year, but they managed quite well. The officers
of the club are: President, Maryrose Ostrowski,
Vice-President, Iamila Paksima, Treasurer, Nicholas
' Zografos, Secretary, Monique Lipari and Sergeant-at-
Arms, Emily O'Neill. Mrs. Spiers, our sponsor, is be-
ing assisted by two Garden City graduates - Iames
Cusack with stage craft and Karen Criscuolo with
Children's Theatre, and Cece Blake, a performing
musician, with "Grease"
GARDEN CITY MARCHI G BA
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Liberatoscioli R. Moran E. Hughes M. Morgan D. Schwarz fcoachj. Front
row: I. Chirico, M. Egel S. Kalkines.
COLOR GUARD: Back row: I. Hoyt, I. Howe, K. Kehoe, D. Denner, D.
Schwarz Ccoachj, P. Cutrone, D. Barry, B. Cook, K. Hamilton. Front row: S.
Yee, L. Barnes, K. Hartfield.
The Concert Band's year is broken up into two basic seasons,
marching and concert, respectively. This year's marching season
started earlier than in previous years, and was improved due to
the Summer Marching Clinic at Trenton, New jersey. This year
also marked another first in G.C. history: the Marching Band, Ma-
jorettes, and Color Guards were accompanied by the Cheerleaders
and Trojanettes, a combination which worked well at halftime
shows and highlighted the season with an outstanding Hofstra
performance. The Marching Band also played in the major com-
munity parades. The concert season starts with the Christmas Con-
cert, continues with the Pop Concert, and ends with the Spring
Concert. During the concert season, the Garden City Band Follies
is one of the more popular events. At this time members of the
Band get a chance to show various talents and also have some fun.
The Concert Band is under the direction of Mr. Peter Stanganelli.
President and Drum Major: Steve Zannos
Vice President: Tom Palmer
Treasurer: Andrew Mylott
Secretary: Patty Watts
Librarian: Andrew Gallan
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throughout the year, at the major con-
certs, the annual Village Ball, the jazz
Dance, and other engagements. The
Iazz Ensemble's many achievements in-
clude performances in England in 1980
and the recording of a record that same
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. First row: A. Gallan, I. Fastenau, M. Weisburg, I. Kiyasu. Second row: M. Mullahey, B. Iordan, D.
Kenna, I. Audobon, I. Itgen, T. Papoulas. Third row: D. Hegeman, C. Watras, T. Vassalotti, B
Bartolf, T. Palmer, C. Landi, A. Mylott, R. Terzi, Mr. Stanganelli Qconductorj.
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First row: D. Case, S. Ricmond, K. Christensen, L. Pineman, M. Sacca, K. Hartfield, K. Acer. Second
row: P. Maloney, I. Flynn, P. Straton, B. King, I. Hill, M. Fedor, K. Cloherty. Third row: Mr.
Stanganelli Cconductorj, R. Hajny, S. Cureton, M. Pamas, A. Macaluso. Fourth row: S. Glover, N.
Sweeney, T. Sexton, H. Orff, A. Gallagher.
The Stage Band is comprised of a
select group of musicians. The reper-
toire of music played ranges from
popular songs to jazz and Big Band
dance music. The Stage Band performs
at all of the major concerts at the high
school fthe Winter and Spring Con-
certs, the Pop Concert and the Band
Folliesj, as well as various community
activities such as the Village Ball at the
Casino, the Jazz Dance for students at
the high school and the Presbyterian
Church Iazz Concert.
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A. Gallan, S. Zannosp Third row: A. Gitelman, K. Buschman, C. Piscopo, D. Kenna, M. Rego-
Monteiro, L. Elverud, A. Gallagher, T. Vassalotti, L. Elverud, Fourth row: L. Onufrak, M. Egel, I.
Sullivan, D. Scollard, D. Hegeman, I. Kiyasu, M. Lucca, T. Palmer, Mr. Stanganelli Cconductorj.
The Concert Orchestra, led by Mr.
Peter Stanganelli, was a rather small
group this year, consisting of the nine
members of the string ensemble along
with select members of the brass, wood-
wind, and percussion sections of the
band. The orchestra played in the
numerous school concerts throughout
the year, including the Christmas Con-
cert, the Pop Concert, the Band Follies,
and the Spring Concert. It also traveled
to the junior high and elementary
schools, the Community Church, and
the Garden City Country Club. Other
orchestra activities included a trip to
see the New York and the Long Island
Philharmonics. The orchestra is look-
ing forward to continued growth and
success in the future.
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Concert Choir, with a membership of
approximately 80 students, gives many
singers the chance to perform in a
mixed chorus. Under the direction of
Dr. Lydia Morrongiello, Concert Choir
is comprised of members of Madrigals,
Celestones, and other musically-
inspired students. Covering a wide
spectrum of music, Concert Choir sang
at the annual tree lighting ceremony, at
the elementary schools, under the reso-
nant arched ceiling of the Cathedral at
Christmastime, performed a popular
concert in March, and wrapped up the
season with a spring finale in May. The
officers included President Marian
Manning and Vice President Maureen
First row: S. Kalkines, R. Arena, M. Chute, C. Rosenstock, M. Sutton, L. Frederichs, P. Watts, Dr. L.
Morrongiello, Second row: M. Falvey, I. Martone, K. Schueler, M. A. Sweeney, B. Darcey, I.
Noonan, C. Engels, 1. Chirico, D. Fenuzzi, W. Chin, L. DiCarlo, Third row: R. Estes, P, Tetro, H.
Smith, D. MacLeod, D. Imgram, D. DeGroot, R. Schauf, T. Dunne, B. Semmes, T. McCarthy, I.
Costello, I. Calamari, F. K. Nystrom, Fourth row: P. Maloney, M. P. Sweeney, C. Goss, A. Lucano, R.
Brennan, M. Roellig, D. Maher, C, Iacobowski, G. Perfetto, N. Layton, N. Grogan, C. Campbell, M.
Hall, I. Newman.
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Celestones is a select singing group
composed of twelve junior and senior
girls under the direction of Dr. Lydia Mor-
rongiello. They perform different types of
music, mainly contemporary. In addition
to the scheduled concerts, they perform
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performed with Barry Manilow. In
February, they traveled to England to per-
form in such places as Westminster Ab-
bey, Canterbury Cathedral, and Coventry
I Officers: President: Laura DiCarlo
Vice President: Ioan Chirico
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I Librarian: Nancy Layton
Left to right: L. DiCarlo, M. Sweeney, N. Grogan, C. Campbell, K. Mantz, Dr. Morrongiello,
M. Sweeney, N. Layton, B. Franz, C. Engels, I. Chirico.
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Madrigals is a select group of voices
which, under the direction of Dr. Lydia
Morrongiello, performs a wide variety
of music, ranging from Renaissance to
Contemporary. This year the group per-
formed extensively on Long Island and
sang with Barry Manilow, both on the
Island and in New Iersey. Their travels
also took them to England, where they
sang in several cathedrals and made a
guest appearance on British television.
This year's officers:
President: Iim Myslik
Vice-President: Gail Perfetto
Secretary: Meg Sutton
Librarian: Henry Smith
First row: I. Noonan, D. MacLeod, K. Schueler, C. Nystrom, G. Perfetto, I. Newman, Dr. Mor-
rongiello, R. Schauf, C. Goss, H. Smith, W. Chin, I. Costello, L. DiCarlo. Second row: S. Alfieri, T.
Primrose, D. DeGroot, M. Chute, T. McCarthy, M. Hall, D. Ingram, C. Rosenstock, R. Estes, M. Sut-
ton, T. Dunne, C. Campbell, B. Semmes. Missing: S. Carr.
BOYS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO
First row: I. Koester, P. Haeffner, S. Dougherty.
Second row: P. Kenny, B. Stutzmann, T. Finegan.
The Boys' Athletic Association
consists of boys from all three
grades dedicated to sponsoring
the growth of sportsmanship. The
group Works in cooperation with
the Men's Association on fund
raising and other tasks. Various
activities are sports nights, ski
trips, and a banquet for various
athletes at the end of the year. The
B.A.A. is sponsored by Doc
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO
The G.A.A. fosters interest in
girls' interscholastic teams and
special events each month. In con-
junction With the B.A.A. the
G.A.A. runs an award dessert at
the conclusion of each sport
season and a senior dinner at the
end of the school year.
First row: L. Norton, C, Braun. Second row: S. Goldsmith, Ms. DeMarco, M. Murphy.
The Student Store, a non-profit
organization run by Mr. Roger
Regan with the aid of student
helpers Tricia Hoffman and Iim
Riley, enjoyed another prosperous
year. A new and successful feature
of the Student Store was the
"Special of the Week." The Stu-
dent Store also held a Spirit Day
special in keeping with the tradi-
tion at Garden City High School.
The Student Store offers a wide
variety of school supplies,
assorted mints, and jackets and
sweaters at a fraction of depart-
ment store prices. The store is
located right across from the
library and next to the attendance
office, and is open in the morning
and during all lunches.
LE DERS' CLUB
Back row: C. Ludwig, L. Keshian, T. Hoffman. Front row: G. Koprowski, C. Miller, Ms. Stefek-Fredan, C.
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The Leaders Club is a service
organization for the XPhysical
Education Department under the
supervision of Ms. Stefek-Freidin.
The club's activities this year
were comprised of a Father-
Daughter Canoe Trip along the
Nissequogue River, a Mother-
Daughter Halloween party at the
Milleridge Inn, and an aerobic
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The Language Tutors provide a valuable service to
fellow classmates. Students who excel in foreign
languages help others who are having difficulties
with their work. Tutoring is provided in French,
German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish.
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Guidance Aides do filing, carry messages, and generally
aid the counselors and secretaries with clerical assistance.
They are a necessary part of the Guidance Office because
they keep catalog files in order, post college an-
nouncements, show visitors around the school, and keep
track of students at college visits. We appreciate their
dedication to the smooth-running of our office and
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l Mathletes is a group of approximately fifteen
T students with the ability and interest to represent
Garden City High School in county and statewide
mathematics competitions. The goals of the team
are: C15 to increase interest in mathematics of both
the participants and the student body as a whole,
T C23 to enhance the academic reputation of the high
school by succeeding in competitions, and f3j to
give a group of selected students an awareness of
mathematics in areas not normally treated in the
At the present time, interest in Mathletes is in-
creasing. The team is beginning to experience the
results of expanded programs in both the elemen-
tary schools and the junior high school. The team
has improved greatly, winning the first meet
against six other teams. Eventually, the team
hopes to be able to sponsor two squads, and rate
the best among schools in Nassau County.
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C. Moyer, H. Smith, D. Clancy, N. Stefano, K. Coester, S. Segrete, C. Morrongiello, M. Hicks, A. Hollis, F.
Allegro, M. Murphy, L. Keshian, I. Coester, S. Pistocco, U. Dohn, D. Pelton, R. Fraser, S. Carr.
The Technical Directors Club
runs all the sound in the building.
They bring the students the morn-
ing bulletin, and the sound for
assemblies, football and basketball
games, etc. Mr. jim McAleese
leads the group and teaches them
the basics of a sound technician's
work and the working of our
Under the sponsorship of
Charlie Morrongiello and Denise
Clancy, the Art Committee has
done much to beautify the school.
Their major contribution is the
creation of the Gallery 170.
First row: P. Sutter, D. Scollard, B. Schauf. Second row: C. Byrne, B. Iannacone, A. Rego-Montiero, Mr. I.
First row: L. Kramer, I. Krebs, K. Keppler, S. Poole, K. Konner, Second row: M. P. Sweeney, I. Sweeney, I. O'Connell, R. Moringiello, A. Hollis, L. Krebs,
The Cheerleaders help in bringing spirit to the
school. On cold fall days they are out supporting the
football team and on dark winter nights, the basketball
team. Even after the sports season was over, they still
had enough enthusiasm to enter a cheering competi-
tion, where schools from all over Nassau County were
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First row: K. Fecht, I. Calabro, D. Wilson, I. Sullivan, Second row: I. Chisolm, L. Fredrichs, I. Brown,
I. Anderson, C. Deakins, C. Schauf.
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This year, under the leadership of
captain Ieannine Anderson, the junior
Varsity Cheering Squad rooted the var-
sity and junior varsity football and
basketball teams on to successful
seasons. In the County Cheering Com-
petition, the squad showed great en-
thusiasm in their outstanding perfor-
mance, which was the result of hours
and hours of demanding practice.
First row: N. Correale, V. Matthews, S. Smutny. Second row: C. Tomaino, P. Rueck, M. Fennessey, M. Falvey, V. D'Alessandro, D.
Dunne, N. Irwin, S. Bauer. Third row: T. Daly, F. Kalafatis, B. Oleschuk, M. Fay, K. McLaughlin, S. Peper, S. DeSoye, C. Gillan, B.
The Garden City Trojanettes is a
group of 25 girls, sponsored by Mrs.
Paula Walsh. They kick at football
games, basketball games, and at
various other events. The group
practices an average of 15 hours per
This year the team competed in a
few competitions. In one, they col-
laborated with the band to produce a
show which they entered in the
Hofstra Competition. Other competi-
tions included the L.I.K.A. competi-
tion, in which they placed sixth in
their category Ca total of 45 teams
entered the competitionj. The
team is headed by captains Nancy
Correale, Vicky Matthews, and Sue
Smutny. The Trojanettes would like
to thank all those who sponsored
their squad by faithfully attending
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First row: Linda Norton, Maureen Falvey, Iohn Newman, Sue Park, Rachel O'Brien, Second row: jim "Chubster" Myslik, Iohn Moyers,
jamie-Sue Beck, Rich Estes, David DeGroot, Marie Lucca, Simon Carr, Vinnie Mistretta, Regina Mack, Third row: Mr. Phil St. Pierre
QTaylor representativel, Lia Kwee, Kevin Lynch, Riad El-Dada, Gail Perfetto, Sandy Zimulus, Sue Gammage, Carol Fleri, Stephanie
Segrete, Iane Rayfield, Wendy Chin, Karen Hughes, Mr. Drew Weinlandt Cadvisorl, Gabrielle Costello, Fourth row: Colleen Campbell,
Bob Park, Marcos Rego-Montiero, Ted Papoulas, Paul Sutter, Billy Knox, Iim Connolly, Chris Testa, Phil Cutrone, Missinggfrom Qicturez
Steve Nothel, Anne Kelly, Tim Dunne, Patty Angus, Peter Kenny, Max the Greek, Liz Roll, lack Flynn, Aileen Hollis, jerry Sheehan,
Mary lane Eggers, Sarah Conway, Alix Gitelman, Iane Macyko, Meg Sutton, Missing from staff: adherence to deadlines.
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I never get any respect.
The 1982 Mast staff opted for the casual ap-
proach to yearbook production. Laughing in
the face of rigid deadlines, rising above the fre-
quent feuds between the editors-in-chief, re-
maining optimistic under the ominous prospect
of a September yearbook delivery, the staff held
together and ultimately vanquished mounting
pressures and unforeseen circumstances Clike
losing most of the photosj to complete its task.
Mast consists of student writers,
photographers, artists, and many other
dedicated students who improvise in such
specialized skills as layout and graphics. There
is one other intangible element that makes a
yearbook staff: drive. Drive made this yearbook
possible. The quantity of time, anguish, and
lost sleep did not matter, the work got done,
and done well. The price in blood, sweat, and
tears of the creation of this yearbook was high,
but no staffer would say that the fruits of our
labors were not worthwhile. Seeing the finish-
ed product of so much work is one of the most
satisfying feelings in the world. just as satisfy-
ing was the feeling of comradeship, as the
separate individuals that made up the Mast staff
this year united as one.
The past year has had its fond memories: of-
fice painting, furniture procurement, the Miss
Piggy conspiracy, Simon parties, the unforget-
table Christmas decorations, Hector and the
hose, and editorial staff screaming matches
falways a treat, and usually a dead heat between
Dave and Mariel.
In closing, the staff would like to thank the
assistants, typists, and other helpers for all of
their service. A debt of gratitude is owed to the
juniors who contributed, but we'll give them
the responsibility of the yearbook next year in-
stead. The impeccable photography of Mr. Buck
Miller of Wedgewood was indispensable. And
Mr. Phil St. Pierre of Taylor Publishing
couldn't have been better in his guidance, con-
nivance, and patience. However, the greatest
measure of graditude goes to Mr. Drew
Weinlandt, our "fine young" advisor, and our
friend. Mere words cannot express the ap-
preciation we have for his work Qand himselfl.
Lastly, the Must staff thanks you, the Class of
1982, for giving us the chance to record the
memories of the best class to ever pass through
the doors of Garden City High School.
Who touched our Quad-Paks? Mr. Bufk Miller, Ph0tOgrapher Another missed deadline . . .
LAY-OUT SENIOR PORTRAITS
jim Myslik, Iarnie-Sue Beck, Iohn Moyers Regina Mack
ART GIRLS' SPORTS
Aileen Hollis Linda Norton, Anne Kelly
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Missing: Vincent Mistretta, Iohn Newman
Maureen Falvey, Rachel O'Brien
Iames Connolly, Chris Testa'
Mary lane Eggers, Sarah Conway
FRIENDS OF THE CLASS
Elizabeth Lobo, lane Rayfield
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Steve Nothel, Wendy Chin, Sue Gamrnage, Peter Kenny
When one takes a mid-winter Saturday afternoon stroll across the majestic Warren
King Field, one can hardly keep from hearing echoes of cheers from past partisan
crowds. Excellence in athletics in Garden City is a tradition which is grown in the
field's grass, whistled through the surrounding trees, and cemented into the border-
ing walls. Faithful students do no less than what this tradition demands by voicing
their support for the various teams during both favorable and not-so-favorable times.
Garden City athletics is by no means a single unit. References are made to the
athletic program in toto, even though there are a number of separate, distinct sports.
These include the girl's soccer, volleyball, field hockey, basketball, and softball teams,
and the boy's soccer, football, baseball, and basketball teams. Not only are Garden
City's teams of 1982 extending tradition, but they are also displaying a sportsmanship
and compassion unheard of in other districts. Our football players are neither bent on
crushing the life out of others, nor are our wrestlers bent on smothering their op-
ponents into the mats.
VARSITY FOOTB LL
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First row: M. McCutcheon, M. Heilshorn, I. Schillero, D. Woods, R. Bangs, I. Bayuk, I. Ireland, P. Kenny, M. Ammirti, G.
Karayiannisp Second row: C. McAllister, I. Riley, B. Smith, F. Allegro, A. Pompilio, M. Finegan, T. Mercante, B. Peters, B. Stutz-
mann, Third row: P. Soutar, H. Blair, I. Iordan, B. Emmert, I. Halliwell, T. McDonough, P. Bottinop Fourth row I. Clausen, E.
LosKamp, C. Werben, B. Bingold, B. Ludemann, B. Vinciguerra, Mr. Dougherty QCoachJ, T. Finegan, S. Dougherty, P. Haeffner.
0 Valley Stream Central 21
13 Freeport 0
l 0 West Hempstead 26
28 Bethpage 25
c f 14 Long Beach 0
7 Port Washington 0
43 Glen Cove 6
14 Herricks 28
40 West Hempstead 20
irNassau Conference II Championship
fLosses to West Hempstead were later reverted to
victories by forfeit upon discovery of West Hemp-
stead's use of an ineligible fifth-year student. Garden
City and Wantagh, Division II-B runner-up, shared
the Conference II title.J
This year's varsity football team, led by new head coach
William Dougherty, brought the winning tradition back
to Garden City football. After suffering through an 0-8
season last year, this year's team defied all predictions by
winning the Conference II-A championship with a 4-1
leage record. Their success must be attributed to their hard
work, self-discipline and will to win. All of these, plus a
new offensive outlook instituted by Coach Dougherty,
made for a successful season.
The team's forte was its tough defense. The defense,
which was led by seniors Iohn Ireland and Ieff Bayuk,
posted three shut-outs. Other outstanding performers on
defense included Peter Kenny, Bill Stutzmann, and Sean
Dougherty, who led the team in interceptions with four.
Although the offense was, at times, inconsistent they did
turn in some fine performances. Most memorable was
their 28-25 come-from-behind victory over then- I
previously unbeaten Bethpage. The offense was built
around senior halfbacks Mike McCutcheon, who led the
team in rushing with 525 yards and jim Halliwell, who
led the team in receptions with ten. Sophomore quarter-
back Sean Dougherty performed admirably, throwing
four touchdown passes. However, no offense could have
been generated without the help of the linemen. The line
consisted of Iohn Ireland, Ieff Bayuk, Mike Finegan, Brian
Emmert, Peter Kenny and Frank Allegro.
Although the season ended on a dismal note with the
team's 20-0 loss to West Hempstead at Hofstra in the Con-
ference Championship game, the team can be proud of a
truly fine season.
Individual honors were won by jeff Bayuk and Iohn
Ireland, who made All-County, also Sean Dougherty, jim
Halliwell, Mike McCutcheon, Peter Kenny, Frank Allegro,
and Brian Emmert received All-Division honors. , . .. l - 1 -- -- .
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Valley Stream Central 6
0 Freeport 14
39 West Hampstead 8
14 Bethpage 0
31 Long Beach 0
14 Port Washington 6
20 Herricks 6
First row: S. Iaenichen, P. Harding, S. McLaughlin, C. C-iarraputo, D. Cowan Second row: R. Weiland, T.
Krieg, R. Ironside, I. Maggio, I. Gewert, K. Alden, F. D'Angelo, M. Mulroney, D. Thayer, M. Stahl Third
row: S. Conza, G. Hebron, P. Burke, J. Perez, T. Pagonis, K. Ottaiano, I. Hayes, Coach Dell'Olio, A. Moreno,
T. Brown, C. O'Neil, Coach Tomani.
BOYS' V R ITY SOCCER
First row: E. Heaney, D. Aromiskis, I. Koester, I. Costello, C. Thompson, E. Case, V. Caputo, C. Olcott, T. Gillan, I. Kordes, R.
Cavallo, K. Farrell, C. Hanely. Second row: E. Ewing fcoachb, I. Dies, R. Gieseke, T. DiFalco, B. Lake, P. Connolly, I. Bates, H.
Paisley, C. Edwards, G. Delaporte, F. Briller Ccoachj.
0 North Shore
3 Glen Cove
5 Plainview Kennedy
5 Port Washington
5 Great Neck North
5 Glen Cove
5 Plainview Kennedy
5 Port Washington
3 Great Neck North
'Z Port Washington
" " 1 Long Beach
Section 8 Playoffs
Nassau Conference II Championships
The 1981 varsity soccer team produced yet another
divisional title. The title is the eleventh consecutive
one for Coach Briller.
What the team lacked in experience, due to
graduation last year, was made up for by its spirited,
hard-working and all-out desire to win. The offense,
with a seasonal total of sixty goals, was spearheaded
by senior james Koester. Koester ended his varsity
career at Garden City with 38 goals, making him 32
on the all-time scoring list. The leading goal scorer
on this year's team was Iunior Vinny Caputo who
ended up with 18 goals. Dave Aromiskis, Hugh
Paisley,Peter Connolly, Russell Cavallo and Bill Lake
also contributed to the team's offense. However, the
team's success must be largely attributed to the
defense. Led by junior goalie, Geordie Delaporte,
who registered ten shut-outs, the defense continual-
ly kept Garden City opponents at bay. Defensive
stalwarts included Roger Gieseke, Tom Gillian and
After winning their opening playoff game in over-
time against Port Washington, the team suffered a
heartbreaking and controversial set-back at the
hands of Oceanside. Although the Trojans
dominated the game, they came up on the short side
of a 5-2 decision. Despite the loss, it was another suc-
cessful season for Trojan soccer.
Additional honors were Won by James Koester,
who made All-County, and Hugh Paisley, Roger
Gieseke, and Dave Aromiskis, who received All-
Boys' J.v. soccmz
First row: T. Pagonis, P. Chase, R. Reinhardt, S. Wieland, D. Schreier, Mr. Hordlow fcoachjg Second row:
R. Dorneau, G. Gray, K. Ottiano, I. Renouard, I. Bates, K. Nystrom.
The I.V. soccer team enjoyed another
fine season in 1981. The team finished 10-
0-1 in the league and earned another
league championship. Co-captains Kiki
Ottaino and Rob Reinhardt led the
defense while Tom Pagonis and Don
Schreier led the offense. The highlight of
the season was Nick Philippides' goal in
overtime to defeat a very tough
Chaminade team, 1-0.
ARSITY FIELD HOCKEY
First row: T. Brennan, T. Hoffman, M. Kirby, S. Rhodes, M. Fitzpatrick, I. Anderson, P. Angus. Second row: P. DeMarco
Ccoachj, P. Trocchia, M, Allegro, C. Masterson, A. Kelly, S. Sirch, R. O'Brien, A. Mulroney, K. Hoffman Cmanagerj. Missing
from picture: C. Bartholomew, A. Burget, L. Norton.
1, L, The team has Once again proven to be one of the top
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1 K T wins, 0 losses and 2 ties. The team scored a total Of 36 goals
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t'ii' KKK KKKK 1 ' :H All-Conference Patty Angus, Anne-Marie Burget, Tricia
Q if ,n , Hoffman, Anne Kelly, Linda Norton
, All-County Anne-Marie Burget, Anne Kelly, Linda Norton
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The Girls' Iunior Varsity Field Hockey Team had an ex-
citing season finishing with an overall record of 2-2-3.
Leading scorers were Marlene Fogarty, Stacey Goldsmith,
Monica Mack and Maryanne Mallon. Lisa Wilson, Lisa
Onufrak and Cathy McLaughlin were all outstanding at
the link position. Ien Chianese was the stronghold on
defense backed up by Mary Anne Sweeney at the sweep
position. The two goalies for the team were Maura
Cashman and Liz Dillmeier.
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CROSS COU TRY
First row: I. Weekes, I. Macyko, Mr. Busch Ccoachj, M. Turchiano, B, Weekes, Second row: A. Mylott, M.
Rego-Monteiro, M. Weisburg, T. Saito, T. Hoffelder, T. Lee, P. Sutter.
The Girls' Volleyball team had a
tough season facing top teams
from Port Washington, Great
Neck North, and Bethpage. Led by
a core of seniors including Cap-
tain Peggy Murphy, the girls com-
pleted their season Winning three
of their twelve games. Peggy Mur-
phy was selected to the All-
Conference Team. Coaches Ken-
ney and McGrath look forward to
a more successful season next year
with a led by returning varsity
players Marianne Santangelo,
jean Barbagallo, and Gina Mineo.
This year's Boys' Cross Country
Team performed admirably, recor-
ding eight victories versus six
losses. Considering the talent C3
top runnersj they had lost from
last year's squad, their record is
quite and achievement indeed.
The team, led by Senior Tom Lee
fAll-Divisionl and Mark Weisburg
CAll-Division and All-Conferencej
placed fifth in their conference
and in the Top 20 in the County
This was the first year that
Garden City had a Girls' Cross
Country team. Their record was
seven victories versus five losses.
The team consisted of Tricia Foley,
Moira Hanely, Carolyn Heaney,
Iane Macyko, Michele Turchiano,
Betsy Weekes, and jenny Weekes.
Ienny Weekes led the team
throughout the season and made
the All-Conference and All-
First row: M. Sweeney, I. Aromiskis, L. Loung, D. Blank, D. Fontaine, M. Santangelo, Second row: Mr.
Kenney, S. Zimulus, I. Brown, I. Barbagello, N. Allison, G. Mineo, P. Murphy.
Seated: K. Rice, G. Borelli, N. Grogan Standing: S. Richmond, M. Sacca.
The girls' swim team, coached
by Annie Sullivan and led by Cap-
tains Barbara Eschmann and
Denise Rhodes, had a very suc-
cessful season, finishing with a 6-
3 overall record and placing fifth
in the County Championships.
The following girls set new
school records this year:
Barbara Eschmann - 500 Yard
Lisa Pasquale - 100 Yard
Liz Regan - 200 Yard
Individual Medley, 100 Yard
Butterfly, 100 Yard Freestyle
Vicky Matthews - 1 Meter
In addition, the 400 Yard
Freestyle Relay Team of Barbara
Eschmann, Liz Regan, Patty Cur-
ran, and Lara VonSeelen were
This year's tennis team was led
by Captain Carol Braun and Cathy
Evans in doubles and Barbara
Dausch in singles. The first
doubles team of Braun and Evans
was selected for the Sectional
Doubles Tournament. First
Singles Barbara Dausch was
selected to the Sectional Singles
Tournament. The firls' overall
record was 6-6 in a very com-
Selected to the A11-QOunty Team- First row: D. Rhodes, M. Healy, Y. Rugowski, D. Flynn, K. McKenzy, Second row: L. Wrath, S. Kennally,
L, Pasquale, A. Gitelman, I. Weigoldg Third row: P. Curran, L. Von Seelen, L. Regan, K. Brennan.
GIRLS' V RSITY SGCCER
First row: C. Wren, A. Bennett, S. Poole, N. Poz, A. Downing, K. Eschmann, L. DeSoye, K. Schreier, Second row: Coach Gud-
dat, D. Brown, D. Wilson, I. Eschmann, I. Carsey, L. Wren, C. Boddicker, I. Grupp, Not pictured are: Managers Laura Monahan,
Garden City's first league soccer team enjoyed a very
successful season with a record of 13-1 in league games and
15-2 overall. In winning the conference championship the
girls scored 77 goals while giving up 3 and registered 11
shut-outs. Some of the highlights included a 3-0 victory
over top conference rival Port Washington and a 3-2 win
over the number two team in Suffolk County North
Babylon. In the second round of the Nassau County play-
offs the team suffered a heartbreaking defeat C1-22 to Cold
Spring Harbor in double overtime. Garden City was rank-
ed among the top five of 34 teams in Nassau.
The team showed a lot of versatility in that most players
were able to play most positions and were switched fre-
quently. Six players received All-Conference honors and
three were elected to the All-County team. Captain Alison
Downing was also selected to play on the winning Nassau
team against Suffolk in the exceptional senior game. Un-
fortunately, three main defenders Nancy Poz, Stacey
Poole, and Lisa Bayuk were injured for most of the season.
The loss of eight graduating seniors will definitely hurt
the team's chances next year. However, Coach Guddat is
optimistic about the future since several excellent players
from this year's I.V. will be joining the team.
In its first year, the Girls' Junior Varsity Soccer team
turned in an outstanding record of 8-2. While playing top-
rankecl teams such as Massapequa and Berner, the girls
showed their fine skills and should have no trouble mak-
ing the transition to Varsity next year. Alison Eschmann
was chosen Most Valuable Player by Coach Carlo
6 Lynbrook 0
0 Berner 7
8 Herricks 1
2 Wantagh 1
4 Floral Park 0
7 Glen Cove 0
2 Massapequa 5
6 Glen Cove 0
1 Massapequa 1
4 Herricks 0
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GIRLS' J.v. SOCCER
First row: K. Middleton, C. Maher, L. O'Connor, A. Bici, C. Sauer, G. Weiss, B. Carsey
Second row: A. Sanders, I. Haight, B. Seaman, M. Peak, C. Iordan, I. Weekes, K. Stacso, I
Kiernan, A. Eschmann, Mr. Mazarese.
ARSITY ICE HUCKEY
J is ik? , First row: M. Pitcher, W. DeVincentis, T. Hogan, Mr. Newlin-Wagner, C. Edwards, Mr. Doerschuk,
I. O'Neill, C. Krieg, P. Rudolph. Second row: E. Heaney, G. Delaporte, F. Comas, S. Smitten, I. Mag-
gio, C. O'Nei1l, T. Truesdale, B. jordan. Third row: B. Wieland, L. O'Leary, A. Wise, B. Semmes. P.
"Awesome" is the way Iim O'Neill described
the Garden City Wings' season. The team raced
to a 16-3-1 regular season record, holding on to
first place from beginning to end. Mr. Newlin-
Wagner, has coached this talented squad to one
of the best records in team history. The team
dominated most of its games, scoring an
average of 5.2 goals per game while allowing
only 2.0 goals per game. The Wings were led by
the offensive firepower of Asst. Captain Tom
Hogan, Captains Geordie Delaporte and Peter
1. Rudolph, the strong and dependable defense of
Q Asst. Captains Chuck Krieg and Iim O'Neill,
and the superb goaltending of Chris Edwards.
The team made it to the county semi-finals,
but lost 2 out of 3 tolG.C. nemesis Oceanside.
Congratulations to the team for a fine season.
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BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL
First row: L, Lamonica, I. Halliwell, M. Cowie, D. Aromiskis, K. Culhane. Second row: Coach Tom Martin,
T. Pagonis, C. Sotell, K. Inglesby, R. Estes, I. johnson, A. Gallan, manager Steve Nothel. Missing: W.
Preston, S. Gummage fmanagerl, K. Farrell fmanagerj.
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At the onset of this year's Varsity Basketball season,
there was much expectation for the team, considering the
fine records of the two previous Varsity teams. Three
returning starters, guards Mike Cowie and Chris Sotell,
who had been named All-Division as a junior, and center
Rich Estes, formed a nucleus which had been together for
six years. Sparkplug Lenny Lamonica, a 5'7" playmaking
junior, and sophomore Tommy Pagonis helped to give the
team a strong running game.
Coach Tom Martin scheduled some tough games early,
and the team responded poorly. After this slow start, the
team set out to take the division title. The team stormed
through Division II-A as the five starters played up to
their ability. Sixth man Iimmy Halliwell, with his finely
tuned jumper and stringent defense, also played a large
role in the team's turnaround. Impressive victories includ-
ed two one-point wins over Glen Cove, one of which was
telecast on Cablevision as the high school game of the
week, thrashings of Great Neck North, Bethpage, and
Plainview Kennedy, and a come-from-behind victory over
first-place Port Washington in the last game of the season.
Only two losses to Herricks denied the Trojans of the divi-
sion crown, as the squad finished 9 - 3, including five
consecutive wins at the end to gain second place.
Seniors Walter Preston and Dave Aromiskis and Juniors
Andy Gallan and Kevin Culhane filled in admirably when
needed, as did Ioe johnson and Ken Inglesby.
Post-season balloting by the coaches named both Chris
Sotell and Mike Cowie to the All-Division and All-
. . BASKETBALL
TEAM MEMBERS: P. Spanos, T. Elliot, R. Iudson, F. DeAngelo, D. Thayer, P. Burke, L. Torroella, C.
Soutar, A. Anemone, C. Thompson, I. Perez, S. Esposito, D. Schreier, R. Sweeney. COACH: George
The IV Basketball Team, under the
guidance of first-year coach George
Paulsen and led by sophomores Ron
Iudson, Chris Thompson, Pete
Spanos, and junior Tom Elliot, had a
successful season, as they won their
last seven games. The squad should
enrich next year's Varsity Team and
shows hopes of continuing G.C.'s
Winning hoops tradition.
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First row: M. Allegro, C. Braun, L. Norton, D. Ioyce, P. Murphy Second row: A. Kelly, E. Thumser, I. Springer, C. Bennett, B. Nowack, Coach I. Dell'Olio
B -an' t Led by Senior Co-captains Donna Ioyce, who averag-
utb-zgi:-l , x:-.- P 'X "ri p J A ed 17 points and 11 rebounds per game, and point
t 'g.jvx,gfL. L", lst". B B A 2, 5 guard Anne Kelly, 13 points and 8 assists per game, the
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- -1- 4 record this season was an outstanding 12-0 and in-
g .y 2 cluding 4 non-league victories, an amazing 16-0.
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were Carol Braun, Peggy Murphy, Linda Norton, and
The girls opened the Section III playoffs with suc-
cessive wins at home over Lawrence, 51-47, and
Syosset, 43-41. In both games Anne Kelly took charge,
her twenty-eight points virtually supplied the
firepower for G.C.'s come-from-behind victory over
Lawrence, and her two clutch free throws with eleven
seconds left pulled out a squeaker versus Syosset. In the
semi-finals, Garden City finally met its match, succum-
bing to tough Oceanside, 58-43.
Linda "Clutch" Norton, Donna Ioyce, and Anne Kel-
ly were selected to the All-Division team. The All-
Conference team included stars Donna Ioyce and Anne
Four returning lettermen Maria Allegro, Catherine
Bennett, Beth Nowack and Elaine Thumser the girls,
along with Coach John Dell'Olio, look forward to
another successful season next year.
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First row: I. Macyko, T. Hoffmann, K. Hoffmann, Second
Coach P. McHale.
row: C. Miller, C. Yellen, A. Sanders, T. Daly,
The Iunior Varsity Girls' Basket-
ball Team had a fun-filled season
breaking in many talented
athletes new to the sport. The
team was led by the dribbling of
Tricia Hoffman, Tracy Daly, the
hustling of Alicia Sanders and
Alexandra Spirakis, and the
sharp-shooting of lane Macyko
and Mary Kate Hoffman.
First row: I. Clausen, B. Stutzmann, I. Paykin, T. Adams, I. Dehler, Second row: M. Reinhardt, P. Connol-
ly, C. Mercier, S. Ospina, R. Fischer, B. Smith. Third row: M. Pappas, M. Malearba, C. Krieg, T. Mercante.
Fourth row: Dr. Decker, M. Oguzone, T. Miller, I. Beck, B. Nichols, G. Henneburger, T. Finnegan, M.
Me1konian,I. DeMaio, E. O'Hare, M. Slocombe.
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Led by the strong 'coaching of Dr. Eugene Decker and
Bill Slocombe, this year's Varsity Wrestling Team had an
impressive season, compiling a 6-6 record overall C3-3 in
league meetsl. Despite the losses of Paul Ziring and Bill
Stutzman, the team came on strong, placing fifth in the
Division meet. Bruce Smith and Chris Werben took sec-
ond in their weight classes, while third place was attained
by John Dehler, Steve Ospina, Peter Connolly, and Ioseph
Paykin. Mike Pappas had an effective year, and other fine
performances were turned in by Tom Adams, Mike Maler-
ba, Tom Mercante, Chris Mercier, Mike Melkonian, Ieff
Clausen, and Ray Fisher. Several promising wrestlers for
the future who were on IV included Tom Finegan and
The girls' bowling team finished 4th
in their league this season. Leading
scorers were Anne Keefe with an
average of 163, Ieanine Anderson with
an average of 151, and Ioan Grupp with
an average of 150. All of these girls
scored 200 at least once this year.
Selected for post season tournament
play were Anne Keefe and Karen
GIRLS' BOWLI G
Kneeling: I. Grupp, P. Reinhardt, K. Buschman, A. Keefe, G. Perfetto. Standing: Dr. Tarrou, S.
Burden, I. Barbegallo, P. Gieseke, I. Anderson, M. Santangelo.
The Boys' Bowling Team, coached by
Mr. Nelson, suffered through a difficult
season, finishing in last place with a 7-
35 record. The only bright spot was a
high score of 240, turned in by Frank
Allegro. Other top bowlers were Ierry
Sheehan, Riad El-Dada, and Erroll
Oguzhan. Believe it or not, the team
could be worse next year as only Vinnie
Caputo will be returning.
Back row: T. Morano, K. Curry, T. Ottiano, E. Farrell, Mr. Nelson. Front row: E. Oguzhan, V.
Caputo, K. Munnelly, N. Philapedisf
The Varsity Fencing Team ended its
season as the co-champions of Nassau
County with a record of 9-1. Captain
Nick Petrillo was 14-7 individually and
was voted fifth on the County Team
and placed sixth in the individual meet
for the County, while Marcos Rego-
Monteiro 117-3 indiv.J was voted third
on the County team and placed fifth in
the County meet. The IV squad also
dominated as their fencers placed first,
second, and third in their County meet.
PEN CIN G TEAM
First row: L, Zolas, B. Paksima, C. Koh, B. Thoet, M. Genberg. Second row M Mulligan M
Regolviontiero, N. Pakisima, Mr. Goodwin, I. Scarpino, N. Petrillo.
BUY ' WI TER TRACK
First row: P. Sutter, T. Lee, I. Kiyasu, I. Kehoe. Second row: T. Saito, M. Rego-Montiero, T. Hoffelder, R.
Estes. M. Weisburg.
The girls' track team finished
sixth in Conference 2. In the Con-
ference meet the team had a very
good showing. Two 4-lap relay
teams finished in the top ten. The
team of Lauris Wren, jenny
Weekes and Betsy Weekes finish-
ed in 2nd, while the team of Wen-
dy Chin, Michelle Turchiano, Cin-
dy Smith and Julie Weekes finish-
ed in sixth place. In individual
competition, Carrie Wren took 3rd
place in the 1000 meters and len-
ny Weekes took 3rd in the 2 mile
The Winter Track Team com-
pleted a fairly successful season
under coaches Warren King and
Bob Busch. The success of the
season rested on a third place
finish in their division and fifth
in the conference, which were
both determined by the perfor-
mances in the Conference II meet.
The team entered into only two
other "developmental" meets.
Outstanding individual perfor-
mances were turned in by Billy
Knox, who captured second in the
1000 meters, Ajay Gupta, who
took second in the high jump,
Rich Estes and Marcos Rego-
Montiero, who placed third and
fourth respectively in the 60, and
by Tom Hoffelder, who took third
in the 60 hurdles. The relay team
of Mike McCutcheon, Sean
Dougherty, Rego-Montiero, and
Billy Knox took second in the
country in the mile medley.
1 GIRLS' WI TER TRACK
First row: I. Weekes, M. Turchiano, T. Foley, H. Murphy, C. Sauer, G. Borelli. Second row: M. Belger, M.
Hanley, A. Rotola, L. Pasquale, W. Adams, K. Schreier, W. Chin. Third row: M. Acer, C. McKenzie, B.
Weekes, I. Weekes, M. Chute, B. Lawder, L. Woulfe, L. Wren, C. Wren.
The riflery team, this year led by
Michael Chrobet with a 267.5 average,
pushed itself into third place after a dif-
ficult start. With an average of 1283.2,
the team only had four losses during
the twelve match season. New shooters
Ronnie Dornau, Glenn Gray, and Iohn
Falvey made outstanding improvement
while veteran shooters Michael
Chrobet, Cathy Engels, and Phil
Cutrone kept up their averages from
the year before. They missed the county
championship by a mere twelve points.
junior varsity shooters George
Cosgrove, Mark Doolittle, Paul Bria,
and Andrew Chang hope to lead next
year's team through a winning season.
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First row: M. Doolittle, G. Cosgrove, P. Bria, A. Chang. Second row: Mr. Wojnar, P. Cutrone, G.
Gray, R. Dornau, M. Chrobet, C. Engels.
The girls' gymnastics team finish-
ed in 3rd place in Conference Il with
an overall record of 7-2. The follow-
ing girls were outstanding in their
events: Catherine Schauf - Beam,
Sue Bauer -- Floor Exercise, Theresa
Stabile - Vaulting, Chrissy Murphy
- Parallel Bars. Two girls were
chosen as best overall gymnasts,
Dayna Anderson and Chrissy
M Mmm Murphy.
The mats on which the gymnastics team performed so brilliantly.
The boys' swimming team under
coach Annie Sullivan finished the
1981-82 season with a disappointing 2-8
record. Despite the losing record, the
outlook for next year's team is op-
timistic since the nucleus of the team
will be returning.
The team was led by captain Iohn
Krupica, sophomore Chris Byrne, and
freshmen Tom Gillian and Billy
Whiting. Other contributors were Iohn
Quinn, Jim Castles and Walter
Individual honors were won by Tom
Gillian in the 500 freestyle and Chris
Byrne in the 200 freestyle.
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Iim Castles, Walt Stankewick, john Krupica, Charlie Spencer, Chris Byrne.
BOY ' V R ITY LACROSSE
First row: L. LaMonica, P. Coleman, S. Presty1y,I. Koester fco-capt.J, I. Hannon Cco-capt.I, I. Bayuk fco-capt.I, D. Anderson, I. Griffith,
C. Spencer. Second row: S. Dougherty, I. Olvany, D. Lara, T. Mercante, R. Freeman, P. Haeffner, C. Werbin, B. Smith, M. O'Shea
fmanagerj. Third row: Coach W. Dougherty, K. VonSeelen, H. Blair, I. Iordan, I. Ireland, P. Kenny, I. Swaine, T. McDonough, B.
Peters, B. Lynch, C. Lawder fmanagerj.
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First row: C. Georgi, C, Giarraputo, G. Sutcliffe, D. McCarthy, A. Bor-
zilleri, T. Tobin, S. Iaenicken, S. Smitten. Second row: Coach T. Forester,
P. Harding, B. Dwyer, R. Sweeney, M. Stahel, F. DeAngelo, C. O'Neill, I.
Renouard, K. Alden, S. Conza.
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This year's Varsity Lacrosse team should be a strong
contender for a County Championship. Despite the loss of
some key performers from last year's divisional title team,
this year's squad could be even stronger. Captains Ieff
Bayuk, Iim Koester, and all-county goalie Iim Hannon are
the cornerstones upon which the team is built. The
defense should be the team's forte with three quality
players returning, Ieff Bayuk, Pete Kenny and Iohn
Ireland. The offense will be led by senior attackmen Dan-
ny Anderson and Iim Griffith. There is also much depth at
the mid-field position with Dave Lara, all-conference per-
former Iim Koester and Steve Prestyly all returning. Iohn
Swaine and Chris Spencer should also add speed and
quickness to the mid-field position. If Coach Doughterty
can unify all of this talent the team should have an ex-
First row: A. Sapanski, S. Poole, A. Downing, N. Irwin. Second row: R, O'Brien, M. Chute, I. Krebs, N. Poz, D. Dunne.
The Girls' Varsity Lacrosse team, under the direction of
Coach Pam DeMarco, is looking forward to a winning
season. Headed by Co-Captains Rachel O'Brien and Nancy
Poz, there are seven returning three year Varsity players
this season. These players include: Ioanna D'Antonio, Kim
Keppler, Meg Chute, Aileen Hollis and Alison Downing.
Two juniors returning are Caroline Jordan and Arlene
Sapanski. Last year the team finished fifth in the Nassau
County Lacrosse League, with a record of 5-5-1. This year
the team has a good chance to make the league playoffs.
GIRLS' J.v. LACROSSE
First row: G. Weiss, M. DeLorne, L. Aloia, M, Cashman L, Regan, L
O'Connor, R. Freeman, L. Dillmeier. Second row: B. Crassey, D. Dodd, L
Wilson, I. Aromiskis, L. Leoung, M, Turchiano, L. Goldsmith, C. Sirkin
GIRLS' T ACK
First row: K. Schreier, T. Dehler, C. Schauf, C. Heaney, T. Foley, W. Adams, G. Koprowski, L. El-Dada, L. Monahan, I. Weekes, B.
Cook Cmanagerj. Second row: I. Carsey, L. O'Halpin, K. Eschmann, I. Macyko, D. Rogowski, N. Krainovich, M. Hanley, I. Weigold, E.
Siciliano, C. Smith, P. Cowan, L. DeVries, P. Fusco. Third row: C. Mazarese fcoachj, W. Chin, K. McCarthy, A. Bennett, N. Clarke, I.
Weekes, B. Lynch, B. Weekes, C. Wren, L. Wren, M. Young, C. Fox, U. Guddat Ccoachj.
The Girls' Varsity Track team
hopes to repeat last year's
undefeated season. Although the
league meets have not begun, the
team continues to be dominant in
scrimmages. Coached by Mr. Udo .
Guddat and Mr. Carlo Mazarese, the 7
girls should have an outstanding
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The Spring Track team, directed by
Mr. King and Mr. Busch, expects to
have a very successful season. The
team will be led by middle distance
stars Billy Knox and Tom Lee, sprinters
Mike McCutcheon and Marcos Rego-
Monteiro, high jumper Chris Sotell
and long jumper Rich Estes.
The relays will be led by the mile
medley team of Mike McCutcheon,
Rich Estes, Marcos Rego-Monteiro, and
Billy Knox. This relay is one of the
three fastest in the county. The team's
depth is not as strong as in past years,
but they can look for some record-
breaking individual performances
from Knox, Estes, McCutcheon, and
First row: N. Tran-Phuong, I. Costello, I. Dolan, T. Morano, B. Iannacone, T. Lee, M. McCutcheon, T. Saito, M. Cowie, T. Krieg, I.
Burns, S. Thompson. Second row: A. Mylott, I. Straton, H. Flynn, B. Garber, T. Cerruti, A. Rego-Monteiro, K. Ottiano, I. Falvey, R.
Estes, W. Stankewick, A. Gupta. Missing: M. Rego-Monteiro, B. Knox, T. Hoffelder.
First row: P. Murphy. D. Ioyce, A. Kelly. Second row: C. Oleska
, K. Hoffman, I. Springer, C. Braun, M. Allegro, L. Norton. Third
row: R. Brennan Cmanagerj, E. Thumser, S. Kennelly, B. Nowack, A. Sanders, A. Mulroney, C. Bennett, I. White fcoachj.
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First row: H. Murphy, I. Chianese, C. Rice, T. Lucano, K. Healey. Second
row: D. Dolan, I. Grupp, K. Miller, S. Rhodes, M. Kirby, C. Peak, M. Tor-
roello, Mr. Nelson.
The Girls' Softball team,
coached by Mr. jake White,
has all of the talent to have a
very successful season. The
team includes returning
seniors Carol Braun, Anne
Kelly, Donna Joyce, Peggy
Murphy, and Linda Norton,
who should give the team
the experience they need for
a Winning season. The I.V.
team, coached by Mr.
Nelson, also has the poten-
tial to be a league
powerhouse. Both teams an-
ticipate fine seasons.
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First row: D. Woods, T. Finegan, D. Aromiskis, I. Perez, I. Crafa, R. Cavallo, J. Halliwell, M. Pappas. Second row: Coach B. Hiss, M.
Finegan, I. Nicols, M. Grogan, S. Gallagher, L. Keating, I. Staneki, B. Emmert, R.
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Melkonian, A. Panarella. Second row: G. Buckman, I. Gewert, I. Maggio,
D. Thayer, I. Hayes, R. Palladino, I. Clausen, Coach R. Gagliardi.
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Team, despite a mediocre
record last season and a
tough schedule this year,
has expectations of being
the team to beat in their
division. Mr. Smith and Mr.
Hiss will lend their ex-
perience and knowledge as
they pilot the talented
squad. The team will be led
by returning players Mike
Finegan, Paul Soutar, Brian
Emmert, Russ Cavallo, jim
Halliwell, Iohn Crafa and
john Nicols. The team will
be helped by some strong
players from last year's
predominantly junior I.V.
team such as Larry Keating,
Dave Aromiskis, and Mike
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The Varsity Tennis team should have one of the finest
teams in Garden City history. Eighth out of the top twelve
players from last year's 7th ranked team are returning.
The team will be led by all-county player Iim Connolly
who should have a fine season. Other key performers in-
clude Greg Konner, Bill Lake and Mike Cowie all of Whom
received all-conference recognition last year. If the team is
to overcome an arduous schedule, Coach Decker will have
to find some successful doubles combinations. Seniors
Chris Testa, Chuck Krieg and Steve Zannos and freshman
Steve Testa should prove valuable in doubles play. Unfor-
tunately, the future for Garden City High School tennis
does not look too bright as most of this year's team is
The Badminton team coached by
Michael Kitaeff is expecting a winn-
ing season with the dominating
force of returning third year Varsity
players. The 1981 A11-Conference
players were Cathy Nowack, Tricia
Hoffman, Mary Celentano and Lia
Kwee. Last year's season closed with
third place in the division. This
year's seniors are Iamie Beck,
Maureen Falvey, Linda Haeffner,
Tricia Hoffman, Lia Kwee, Beth
Noonan, Cathy Nowack, and lane
First row: M. E. Smalley, T. Tsai, L. Kwee. Second row: M. Santangelo, B. Dausch, M. Falvey, B.
Noonan, T. Hoffman, I. Brown. Third row: Mr. Kitaff fcoachj, K. Rice, C. Nowack, M. Celentano, I.
Rayfield, A. Gitelman, I. S. Beck, L. Haeffner,
First row: T. Mundy, I. Dies, M, Chrobet. Second row: I. DeMaio, A. Holmes, P. Koslo, A. Moscato,
Mr. W. Slocombe fcoachj.
This year's golf team, coached by
Mr. Willis Slocombe, hopes to im-
prove on its third place finishing of
last year. This optimism is not un-
founded as the nucleus of last year's
team is returning. The team will be
led by underclassmen, including
juniors Art Holmes and lack Dies
and Sophomore Tim Mundy. Other
contributors include Pat Koslo,
Chuck McAllister, and Art Moscato.
The team must overcome the tough
courses at the Cherry Valley Country
Club and the Garden City Country
Club if they are to challenge for a
"We had dinner ar a hoc dog stand wich our backs co the ocean.
The Boardwalk lights against the deepening blue sky gained an ideal,
starry beauty and shooting galleries and beer gardens gleamed with a
quiet purity in the Clear twilight."
Cleopatra's beauty would have been diminished without Antony to bring it to
the surface. The Beatles would have been just another group Without Iohn Lennon.
Costello without Abbott is unthinkable. And what would the Peanuts be without
Snoopy? Similarly, what would MAST be without those mothers and fathers who
pledge their hard earned money to afford their seniors the luxury of a fine year-
book? Unparalleled appreciation is also in order for all those magnificent industries,
as well as those smaller, downtown establishments Cwho are represented in the
following pagesj that have helped make the 1982 MAST the best ever.
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The Shamrock IV during a trial race off Sandy Hook, New Iersey, Iune 21, 1920.
Every year, the graduating class of Garden City
Senior High School looks forward with great an-
ticipation to that time in june when they receive that
one haven of memories that will last a lifetime: the
yearbook, Mast. Yet, many people do not know of
how our book acquired its name.
In the late nineteenth century, Sir Thomas Lipton,
a wealthy British yachtsman, began construction on a
series of yachts intended to relinquish the famed
America's Cup from the grasp of the New York Yacht
Club. It is the fourth ship in this series, the Shamrock
IV, from which our sto begins.
In 1914, Lipton chaaznged the ownership of the
America's Cup. The Resolute was the defender.
World War I intervened, however, and the match
was postponed until 1920. At first, Lipton was quite
successful, winning the first race because Resolute
had snapped her mast. The second race was won in a
very close finish. Nevertheless, Resolute bounced
back to win the final three races in this best of five
match and to retain the United States ownership of
the America's Cup. It must be noted that in the third
race, the Shamrock IV sailed across the finish line
ahead of Resolute, yet lost the race due to the com-
plex handicap system.
Some years later, as the Shamrock IV was being
dismantled, its mast Capproximately 100 feet highj
was given to our high school, then located at what is
now the Ir. High. The High School acquired the mast
of the Shamrock IV due to the efforts of two of its
residents: George Loring Hubbell and Sir Thomas's
attorney, Willard U. Tay or. Sir Thomas had stayed at
the Garden City Hotel and thus knew the village. He
played golf often at the Garden City Golf Club in its
early days. Sir Thomas granted a request by Mr. Hub-
bell for the mast and it was donated for use by the
Thus, in 1935, the first graduating class named
their yearbook MAST, in honor of Sir Thomas's gift.
The tradition has remained until today. In the early
1950's, a hurricane blew down the mast. It was
restored, but damage to an even greater extent later
occurred, and finally it was discarded. As the class of
1982 graduates, let us not forget our school and
Shamrock IV gains on the Resolute in a closely contested race in New York's outer harbor. Sir Thomas Lipton, yachtsman, aboard the Shamrock IV.
Good Luck Katie
and the Class of 82
JAMES F. DOOLEY
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3333 New Hyde Park Road
New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11042
New York, N.Y.
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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
147 Seventh Street
Garden City, New York 11530
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Best Wishes to
The Class of 1982
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. KOSLO
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t th Classof 1982
888 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
Congratulations to the Class
Richard E. VonSeelen
THE MEN'S ASSOCIATION
to the Class of 1982
Thank You for the Loyal Support
of Our Programs by the Students
and Their Parents.
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GARDEN C!TY,N.Y.11530 iohn I. kordes .Ween my. n. y.
Best Wishes to the
c,,,,,s,,,1982 CANIVAN BROS. INC.
166 Seventh Street
G.C. SANDWICH SHOP Garden City, L.l.11530
, Paints - Hardware - Housewares
653 Frankun Ave' Glass - Electrical Supplies
Garden City, N.Y. 11530 747-5060
HEALTH AND ENJOYMENT
NO EQUIPMENT USED
AQUANASTICS GLORIA M. MERCANTE
LIMBEMNG UP TIME 135 WICKHAM ROAD Q
ISENIOR CITIZENS! GARDEN CITY, N.Y. 11530 '
To Suit Every Occasion
860 Franklin Ave., Garden City, N.Y. 11530 ' I516i 746-0795
GARDEN CITY JEWELERS
747 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y.
26 Years Serving
AI Levin PI6-2304
Tel.: 746-7577 Congratulations
From John and Ron
J8rR OPTICIANS INC.
Fashion Eyewear - Contact Lenses
540 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
Phone Pioneer 2-8280 Dry Air Cold Storage
1046 Franklin Avenue
Repairing and Remodeling Garden City, L.I.
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Congratulations and Best Wishes
To Jamie Sue, Jane, Meg, Patty
Rachel, Tricia, Wendy,
and the Class of 1982
Eden, New York
nzumc on E UN on sunms
'Quality Service With the Personal Touch'
Specializing in Energy Saving Equipment
inthe Future to Tom Jr
and the Class ol 1982
Congratulations With Best Wishes
Thomas L. Buckman - Owner
645 Nassau Road
Uniondale, L.I. 11553
"Try Us . . . You'II Like Us"
HUBBELI. 81 KLAPPER, INC. coMPLIIvIENTs
65 Hilton Avenue
Ga"'e"3jgX,25?ggf,g'k1'53" J. J. NEwIvIANg. COMPANY,
THE FRANKLIN SOCIETY G..3Z2ZE?Q'1'.'L5.V?E58
SAVINGS AND LOAN I if H
ASSOCIATION HAIQ DESIGN
147 Seventh Street
Garden City, New York 11530
747-7191 George H. Ruschmeyer, Mgr. 51 6-248-8393
Pkmee' 2-3199 Compliments of
"Paints Of Beauty" FOLEY-PURCELL- MINOQUE
OLBRO REAL ESTATE
0 M 11 1 South Tyson Ave., Floral Park
- Distinctive Wallpapers - 354-0421
Paints - Wallpaper - Artist's Supplies AUd"eY FOISY- Reanof
114 7th Street Se'V"'9
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
Stewart Manor, Floral Park, Garden City
Franklin Square, New Hyde Park
Every Brand Name in Broadlooms, Linoleum and Resilient Tile
Hand Woven and Domestic Oriental Rugs - Imported Quarry Stone - Ceramic Tile
Total Services, Including Cleaning, Repairing, Etc.
Est. 1888 in New York One of Long Island's Largest Warehouse Outlet
Main Showroom Full Sales and Service 49 Sealey Ave.
919 Franklin Ave. Floor Covering Specialists Hempsted
Garden City Guarantee 747-1505
Any merchandise sold, serviced, cleaned, repaired or installed by Telfeyan that does not give the service or performance as
232 represented will be replaced, reserviced, reinstalled, adjusted or corrected without charge
Good Luck UOSSFS GIJCHUQQSUB
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101 Seventh Street, Garden City, New York 11530 888 Franklin Ave.
516-741-1080 Garden City, N.Y. 11530
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Classic Women's Sportswear
107 Seventh St. .
Garden City, New York Ti'::grg:::t:3':2
175 Seventh Street - Garden City, N.Y. 11530 - 516-746-7127
Good Luck Class of '82
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Limoisines for All Occasions
248-1710 Garden City
To the Class of 1982
"Break a Leg"
MASQUERS THEATRE CLUB
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THE CHEESE CO.
174 Seventh Street
Garden City, New York 11530
THE SPANISH CLUB
H.L. GROSS 81 BRO.
Jewelers Since 1910
815 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
SEVENTH STREET STATIONERY
Office, School and Party Supplies
Typewriters and Adding Machines
lCIean and Repair Servicel
THINGS AND STUFF
186 Seventh St. Garden City
Congratulations Class of '82
CSWEGO OIL SERVICE CDRP
45 Intersection Street 5
Hempstead, N.Y. 11550
Congratulations to Denise Rhodes
Best Wishes and
In the Future
THE CLASS OF 1984
A CLASSIC BAE
660 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530 f516y747-2156
Lunch Mon.-Sat. 11:30-3:30
Late Night Snacks 9:30-2:00
Sunday Brunch 12:30-3:30
THE CLASS OF '83
The Class of '82
Much Success in the Future
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A smorgasbord. .. .and then he kissed me. . .
just what I needed, a cold shower,
Knit one, purl . . . oh, hi! Make like you're asleep, okay?
Drinking again, Guiseppe? I've only got thirteen cavities!
Uh oh, Meg's hair is out of place,
What do you mean I can't smoke?
The Three Musketeers . . . plus two.
Pepsi in a martini glass?
He's not too bright, but he's cute.
Get serious, Patty.
I'm dancin', I'm dancin'!!
The prep squad. And who was that masked man?
nd what grade are you in?
I just love pictures!
Go ahead . . .just try it.
Everybody loves me.
A new kind of Queen.
Dave's finally found a friend.
That was some hit. N.Y. Mets farm team. Peggy perplexed? Never!
Like hey, have a seat. Look at this cute face.
What a pal.
I'1l just shout it out!
It's my first lesson. I use Ultra-Bright!
The seductive look,
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She weighs a fun!
She ain't heavy . . .
Where's the train?
Climbing statues? Good hobby.
These two weeks have gone just so fast!
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Smile - it makes people wonder what you've been up to.
H1' I plan to be fllthy r1ch someday
Do homework? What's homework?
What a drag. Ahhh, love. You've got the look . . .
Hot dogs again? We don't normally do this.
The coast IS clear
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Peace, love, and granola
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