Garden City High School - Mast Yearbook (Garden City, NY)
- Class of 1983
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Through the looking gloss of the future, we con
foresee the mony brood chonges which will toke
ploce in our lives. The yeors of our high school ex-
perience, os well os those of our youth, hove come
to o climox os this, our finol yeor, drows to o close.
The looking gloss through which we will be ex-
omining our high school yeors moy be thought of os
both o window into the future ond o mirror of the
post - the entire scope of our lives.
. Above oll, we wont to remember our yeors of
high school with oll the flovor ond color thot were
present, ond with os much enjoyment os we hod ex-
periencing them. We hove tried to copture whot oll
of us would like to remember - the greot times, the
serious moments, the loughter, the teors, ond
everything thot mode our yeors os o closs unique.
As Corroll viewed worlds of fontosy through his
looking gloss with Alice, likewise we from our future
reolity will look bock on the dreomworld which wos
our time in public school. The 1983 MAST stoff wonts
our closs to look in retrospect through the looking
gloss ond remember it oll, exoctly os it wos.
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Every one of our doys in high school begon with the reolizo-
tion of onother series of closses, teochers, ond friends. From
homeroom we were thrust into the hozords of holl life, ond
from there to closses. Lunch served os 0 twenty-seven minute
relief ond recovery period, ond then it wos bock to closses. The
doy drifted towords the finolclick of the clock, the lost buzz of
the bell, ond we were free. Free to go to work, to porticipote
on on othletic teom, to otrend the meeting of o club, orjust to
ride the big yellow school bus home ond relox.
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The students ot GCHS used the Summer of '82 os o meons
of recuperotion ond preporotion. Stoying out until eorly mor-
ning, hitting the beoch, ond continuol porty going were the
most frequent woys in which we unwound from the
previous term, ond prepored ourselves for the one ropidly
opprooching. Some diligent scholors omong us decided to
brooden their minds ond get o chonge of scenery by often-
ding courses for ocodemic credit or vorious institutions
oround the country. Still others engoged in such ocrivities os
holding down jobs or toking drivers educotion, All of us
would ogree, however, thot the Summer of 1982 wos o
time of greotly needed relief before we returned to our
former selves -- mild monnered, ottentive students.
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Homecoming, 1982, wos o perfect doy in mony respects. The weother
brought bock memories of summer os hundreds of GC. residents wotched en-
thusiostic students morch through the streets, promoting school spirit. This fervor
corried over to o successful Alumni reception ond pocked stonds ot Worren King
Field for the Homecoming gome. The Trojons, led by Cooch Dougherty, treoted
the fons by trouncing the Wontogh Worriors 38-o.
After the energetic holf-time show, Poul Coccomo ond Trocy Doly were crown-
ed Homecoming King ond Queen, chosen by their peers becouse of their service
to the school.
On the whole, the closs of 1983, the Alumni, the foculty ond the undercloss-
men could HOT hove osked for o more successful Homecoming,
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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 temperoments
Garden City has its shore 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
eoch has influenced us in some way,
Aside from teachers, the administrative branch of the foculty has of-
fected 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 indispen-
sable assistance in selecting programs of study and in the often confus-
ing callege selection process.
We owe many thanks to the foculty of the Garden City High School,
whose influence will be felt throughout the rest of our lives.
Dr. Robert Gardner Joseph Prusan
Superintendent of Schools Principal
Walter E. Lawder Bernard Allen
Assistant Principal Assistant Principal
Board of Education - Seated: William Heston, Goldy Rosen, James Byrne Standing:
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The Longuoge Deportment, gg g nder the5,supervisl,on of
Mork Levine, is designed to rhoke students proficient in
the flour longuoge skills - listening, speoklng, reoding,
ond writing - ond to give the student on oppreciotion of
other peoples ond cultures. Courses ore offered in ltolion,
Lotin, French, Germon, ond Sponish ot regents, honors,
ond Advonced Plocement levels.
Conversotlonol courses ore olso offered to juniors ond
seniors. In the lost five yeors, enrollment in longuoge
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After hoving been off for Summer vocotion, we, os o closs, were not too hoppy to return
to school in the Foll of 1980. We were both excited ond opprehensive obout our first yeor ot
the Senior High School. Coming from the top sociolly, ocodemicolly, ond othleticolly ot the
Junior High, we were surprised to be suddenly bocls ot the bottom os we entered high school.
There were new rules ond new teochers to get used to, ond thonlss goes to Mr. Pruson, Mr.
Lowder, ond Mr. Allen, ond the olmighty ond
oll-knowing Trojon Guide for molsing the tronsi-
tion into high school eosier.
The first tosls for our grode os o whole wos to
elect Closs officers. Through compoigns of
posters ond stickers, our friends vied for seots on
the grode council, ond 'ofter one, ond in mony
coses, two sets of voting, the following choices
were mode: Tony DiFolco - President, Tom
Burchill - Vice-President, Jonet Colobro -
Treosurer, Denise Fontoine - Secretory,
Corolyn Tomoino - Sociol Choirperson, Chris
Edwords - Closs Historion. The council orronged
the first Closs donce ot the Senior High, ond
olthough it wos not on overwhelming success
finonciolly, it wos well ottended, ond enjoyed
The councils mojor sophomore yeor
function wos to pick the Closs ring ond
odvertise so eoch student would buy one.
We chose the Josten Compony ond work-
ed with the representotive, Mr. Thomos
Murphy to design o beoutiful ring which
sold quite well. These rings were distributed
ot our porent-sponsored ring donce in
Morch, where everyone found on ottroc-
tive clossmote to give the ring o twist, ond
its weorer, o kiss.
Outside of school, the yeors of 1980 ond
1981 brought us mony highs ond lows. We
were too young to porticipote in the elec-
tion of Ronold Reogon, but os we look
bocls, we moy wonder obout those who
did choose him, considering the effects his
economic policies ore hoving ond will hove
on higher educotion. One of the notionol
highs of the yeor wos the releose of the
fifty-two Americons held hostoge in lron.
While we moy not remember where we were when we
heord the news, we oll found our own woys to rejoice. One
event obout which there wos no rejoicing wos the shooting
of John Lennon on December 8, 1980. His music touched us
oll, for we grew up to the Beotles ond the rocls-n-roll which
sprong from their innovotion. The news of his deoth coused
mony teors in the holls of our school.
The Closs of 1988 returned os juniors in the Foil of 1981, ond before we knew it, our guidonce
counselors ond teochers were thrusting thoughts of college into our minds. On o foirly dreory Oc-
tober morning, thejunior closs tools the PSAT's: the first step of the mony tests to be token ond forms
to be filled out in the next two yeors.
The preceding Spring we elected o new ond dynomic council, led by President - Denise Fon-
toine, Vice-President -- Potricls Curry, Secretory - Trocy Doly, Treosurer - Jonet Colobro, ond
Sociol Choirperson - Corolyn Tomoino. The council members hod o greot deol of work in front of
them in preporotion for the junior-senior Prom, but thonlss to the ossistonce of numerous volunteers,
ond the guidonce of Closs Sponsor, Mr, Kenny, they pulled through with o very enjoyoble evening
for oll the couples who ottended Leonord's thot
' 1 worm June evening. The bond which ployed
wos the Gobis Brothers, ond the theme for the
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o very successful donce with the music of the
19oO's os its theme. ln the Winter we received
our results from PSAT's, ond the Closs did very
well, with eight semi-finolists ond fifteen com-
mended students in the Notionol Merit Scholor-
ship competition. ln onother ocodemic ochieve-
ment, thirty-seven members of the Closs of
1988 were inducted into the Notionol Honor
Society in June.
As September of 1982
rolled oround our closs hod
finolly reoched our lost yeor
together os o group. With the
beginning of our senior yeor
come hopes of future
ochievements os well os feors
of foilures. Most of the grode
hod college on their minds,
but it wos hord to keep it
there with the seemingly endless strings of por-
ties through September ond October, not to
mention thot grond stoge show, done in Brood- 'A ' it ? A .. . ,,.
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woy style of course, which wos the 6.0. - 3 .,,y,g b i ig
Assembly. Led by our feorless Student Council f 1-qi. ,tu
president Poul Coccomo, oided by officers Colin M Q wx rg 1+
O'Neill, Trocy Doly, Jonet Colobro, Denise Fon- ff 7 if
toine, ond Keith Von Seelen Cnot to mention 5 2' ' Q2 G4
numerous Senior celebritiesb, the show wos cer- ' A Si A A M V
toinly one of o kind ond mode the students' mg' A. iii W-
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doy very enjoyoble. 1 ' - -1 - A 11.-
The months of November ond December
proved to be ones of occomplishments in the senior closs.
Our soccer, footboll, ond field hockey teoms oll finished well
enough to ploy in the chompionship gomes, ond mode us
proud in victory ond defeot. The November ond December
SAT's were generolly on improvement over those from the
preceding spring, ond mony of our friends olso showed their
ocodemic promise by goining eorly occeptonce into fine col-
leges. The finol sociol event of 1982, the Winter Wonderlond,
sow Kerry Anne Decker chosen os Snow Queen from o
group of very beoutiful condidotes. As the Senior Council
prepores for groduotion of the Closs of 1988, moy we wish
oll of you good luck now ond in the future.
Band, Hofstra '80, '81, '82, Jiba Band Camp,
Commando Squad Raids, Holland '88, Drum
Major, Uniform room. "5inck," Red Hook.
Thanks to 5.L., L.B., M.D.
"Grant that l may not so much seek to be
understood as to understand, to be loved, as'
to love,- for it is in giving that we receive."
Cheering, field hockey, Trojan Club,
"Life is made of small comings and goings,
and for everything we take with us there is
something we leave behind."
"You can close your eyes to realities but not
to memories." Thanks Mom and Dad, I love
Trojan Club, teacher's aide, skiing. Good
times with friends NY City: 12181, 2f2o!82,
Football games, "Those special parties"
Skytop and Quonnie.
Sorrow can take care of itself but to get the
true benefits of jo y, you must shore it. "
Thanks Mom and Dad
JOSEPH J. ADIPEITRO
Great times with LR., M.C., B.L., B.B., E.F.,
Brooklyn, Jackson Browne, "Max,"
Lakeridge, Tunn's, Bottles '82 and '83, Thanks
"And let the music keep our spirits high. "
"You may try to find your way up around
it,-but the need for love will still remain
JOSEPH JOHN ANDREA
Great times with our gang: me, Chris, Diane,
Eric, Robbie, Jennifer, and Benett. The G.T.
Summers '82, '83. NYC Protest. Sharon's car.
Lisa's surprise party. Great times with: P.M.,
l3.B., V.A., S.D., P.D., L.C., T.S., A.M., 5.B,, T.B.,
RR., Best friends, Chris, Diane. W.O.R.C.
Thanks Mom and Dad
CHRISTOPHER A. ANDRON
"Through the educational system l have
found high school to be a definite ex-
perience. Where else are you given the op-
portunity to awaken at 6 AM, proceed to a
hot or cold building, work rigorously, listen to
lectures, and take tests for seven hours? We
call it high school.
JEAN MARIE BARBAGALLO
Volleyball, bowling, Honor Society, SCB, jug-
glingfleaders club, student store with "Rus-
ty" and oldest friend L.L.L, memories of N.H.
B.T. Mets, England, 10 bean, Elvira, Pooh Cor-
ner, Berthas, and RUSH
"Smile, laugh, and help others do the
"Let's go girls!" Dr. Torrou
Mom and Dad, llove you so.
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Softball, lacrosse, waterskiing. Summers at
Roxbury with our gang. Excellent times at
Mardi Gras. Special thanks to L.L. for always
. . for yesterday is but a dream and
tomorrow is only a vision, But today, well liv-
ed, makes every yesterday a dream of hap-
piness and every tomorrow a vision of
LISA CAROLYN BARNES
Colorguard, good times with l.H. D.B. K.K.
K.H. B.S. A.M. K.A. and S.Y., band camp '81
and '82, summer '81, snick functions, band
parties, H.P.B. concert with .l.H. RUSH, Prom
'82, S.T.P. and ll Holland '83, Hoboing,
"lt won't be long now." Robert Plant
Thanks to my family and friends.
DEBORAH G. BANGS
To great times with great friends. The
memories will never be forgotten. Here's to
the "lollies" S.W. S.M. M.S. K.J. C.M. Sonja -
a very special Thank You. The times and
memories we've shared will always be
cherished. CLG., Prom '82 b-days, etc.D R.J.R.
the very special memories will last forever.
DEBRA DAYLE BARRY
Colorguard 80-83, band parties. Thank you
Mom and Dad, Linda, Tommy, Billy. Great
times with K.K., D.D., K.W.,' C.W., S.Y., L.B.,
C,V., Summer of '82 with M.F., J.M., D,F.,
G.W., P.S., M.H., at Breezy.
I 'll never forget any of you.
, l love you.
To my friends, Steve, Ed, Joe, Bill - Thanks
for Saturday nights the Mets, Y.F., and par-
ties. The band, l'll admit it was a blast The
Rumors - good music, good times good
"The years drifted away like the flakes of
melting snow" Thank you all for the priceless
gift of friendship.
ALLISON HOLLY BATTISTA
To oil the years spent having special times
with special friends and all the years to
come. Ann ie B's M. Lou's, Connie's, and
other good bopin times. Mother Kelp, the
beach, Prom '61, cocktails, weekends, sum-
mer, and close friends, especially Rob Face
forward to the future and things as they
come. Take Care.
GLENN SCOTT BARTON
Mast, French club, International Student Ex-
change, Chantecler, Summer '82 in
Switzerland, Parties, skiing in Canada, photo,
Macumba Speaks, weekends with friends,
various voyages with Tom and the gang.
"Imagine no possessions, I wonder if you
can. No need for greed or hunger, A
brotherhood of man. Imagine all the people
sharing all the world." John Lennon
LISA ANN BAYUK
V. soccer - SOS, Crutches, Phi Tau RHp
dogmaster, Laurel summers, especially with
A. 6 J.E., l.C. - watersledding, Jo, "A"
MaBell's, wild times with Mrs. Fish, J.G., AlL.,
C.B., M.H., J.E., T.O'C. - Rumbles, Thanks
Jeff, I love you.
"All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my
JEFFREY P. BATES
soccer, sailing, skiing, German club, good
times with B.S., D.L., S.M., T.M. 6 E.L. defen-
sive driving with M.F. in the H.S. parking lot,
"If you could just remember"
"you can 't always get what you want, but if
you try sometimes you just might find, you
ANNE DAVISON BENNETT
Great times with great friends, esp. KR."
Summers in Shelter Island, West Hampton,
Canada, Europe, Florida, D.C., AA. Stones
with L.J.!LYM 6 D.
"For every moment there's a reason to
CATHERINE C. BENNETT
"Kit" "HONG" HBGTSYH
Soccer, basketball, skiing with LOL, softball,
president AQA, Summer '82, Elton John Con-
cert, Spirit Day '82, rumbles, thumper, fun-
nels, Bayuk's '81 and '82
"You're looking rather lethargic"
To my mother and father whose wisdom has
directed and inspired me - All my love,
"Smile, God loves you. "
HARRY F. BLAIR
Varsity Football and Lacrosse, Fidges, AOT,
Coumbian Sportsmen. The original eight
Some who are last will be first and some
who are first will be last.
ANNE R. BERGIN
lnkspots. . . Photography, Spain
And it goes on and on And we have just
Watching the river run, begun
Further and further from Watching the river run
Things that we've done Listening, learning,
And leaving them yearning
One by one Run river run.
Loggins 6 Messina
Bowling Saturday Mornings, Goody's 4th
period, Hamptons 7!4!82, A.L,'s 16th party,
Fezzy's Tuesdays and Thursdays, Harry O's.
Summer '82 Best Friends through it all, a.L. I
miss ya, Bear!
"Two roads diverge in a yellow wood . , .
and l, took the one less travelled by and that
has made all the difference. "
Sergeant at Arms of the Turtles, Basketball,
Football, J.A., B.L., M.C., S.S., F.P., L.O.
"We be there." "l am worried, do l look
GINA M. BORELLI
Varsity tennis and badminton, Masquers,
AIIDA, 8-19-80, Bermuda '80, Canada and Fla.
with KR., J.E., beach K.A.D.? P.G., "Crazy
Love to my wonderful family . . . lt's up to
you. You can be all that you want to be,- just
see it through and it will happen like you
want it ro. . .
Football, Italian Club. Summers of '81, '82,
Great times with J.S., B.P., B.E., B.L. Lawns,
T.M.M. Mr. Bones. "The Hill." Summer nights.
Thanx Mom and Dad.
"The difficult we do immediately, the im-
possible takes a little bit longer. "
The United States Marine Corps.
"Laugh while you're makin it,
Smile while you're takin it,
Even though you're fakin it,
No one 's gonna know."
JANE VERONICA BRENNAN
"Some hang on to 'used-to-be,'
Live their lives looking behind.
All we have is here and now,-
All our life, out there to find.
The road is long.
There are mountains in our way,
But we climb them a step every day. "
MICHAEL S. BRACCO
Basketball, Led Zepplin, stairway to Heaven.
Rock-n-roll, When you gotta go, you gotta
go. Police - Don't stand so close to me go
"To be nobody - but myself- in a world
which is doing its best, night and day, to
make you everybody else - means to
fight the hardest battle which any human
can fight, and never stop fighting. "
- e.e. Cummings
"No man is sane who does not know how to
be insane on proper occasions. "
DONNA MARIE BROWN
Good times with close friends. B-day '8O.
Varsity soccer, dogging in AQIJA at Homecom-
ing, S66 concert in Central Park with MLR.
Good rap sessions with D'Errico's.
"Everyday is happy or sad, good or bad,
but life is always what you make it. " Thanks
Mom 6 Dad.
DIANE MARY BUTERA
Great times wfour gang: me, Joe, Chrissy,
Rob, Jennifer, Bennett, Eric. ET, June 12, 17
protests, discos, "G.T." Italian feast, the Knife,
sloe gin fizzes, unicorns, NYC, Bobby G., Go
Go's concert. Best friends Aever - Joe,
Chrissy. Thanks Mom and Dad.
"'E.T phone home. ""
"Rock the Casbah. "
THOMAS FRANCIS BURCHILL IV
Sports Editor Mast, SCB Executive Board, V.P.
Sophomore Class, Junior Honor Guard,
Delegate of student Council, Football, Tennis,
Hockey, Baseball, Wrestling Soccer
"lr is life near the bone where it is sweetest."
H. D. Thoreau
"The object in life, as in o football game, is to
hit the line hard. "
PAUL XAVIER CACCAMO
Thanks Mom and Dad . . ..., for all twenty
nine parties, for allowing me to drive the
Audi after smashing the Volare into a tree,
for not disowning me after dreaming of Mrs.
Walsh's luscious legs, for forgiving me after 4
Prusan conferences, B Rossen conferences,
and 1 Borut conference, and for overlooking
the fact l gave away all of your boat
"l'll miss you Linda Tsai! "
KAREN LISA BUSCHMAN
National Honor Society, All-state, all-county,
LISFA, Orchestra, German Club, bowling, N.Y.
Islanders games, horseback riding at RHR.
"Don't be afraid to dream, but even more
important, don't be afraid to make your
dreams come true." Thanks Mom and Dad.
JANET MARIE CALABRO
Cheerleading, Student Council Treasurer,
Magazine Drive, V. Baseball Mgr., Prom with
Rich, Band CCheeringD Camp '62, Police con-
cert, Christmas vocation '81 with J.l., Ver-
mont With S.5., Football toilet paper night
'82, D.B. with D.W., Lots of laughs with
Denise, Debbie, Saunie, Solita, Karen, and
Jeannine. Great times with Rich. To my fami-
ly- l love you'
Dew' mrs. Spears
Youre OL grew' -lCCiCJ12f
+ Im glad 1 had DIUU
-For speech. I leaxricd
SO much! Leap up
qour greor lnumor-'49
COLLEEN PATRICIA CAMPBELL
"To laugh often and much, to win the
respect of intelligent people and the affec-
tion of children, to earn the appreciation of
honest critics and endure the betrayal of
false friends, to appreciate beauty, to find
the best in others, to leave the world a bit
better, whether by a healthy child, a garden
patch or a redeemed social condition, to
know even one life has breathed easier
because you lived. This is to have
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
VINCENT E. CAPUTO
Varsity Soccer, Mr. Briller and Mr. Ewing,
Signore Moz, 11!7f81, with NP., E.C., and T.D.
Thanks, England '77, the Convenience at
All you need is love, Beatles
Don't dream it, be it. - Rocky
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CQIRLQI grim I nt? 0
Thanks to all of my friends throughout H.S.,
without whom it would have been nothing,
especially Bob B., Joe A., Bill L., Sue C.,
Carolyn T. and Erica S. FP. '
"l'll try anything once . . . lf I like it, l'll do it
again" "l'm there."
JEAN MARIE CARSEY
Going sick with Gallic, Spirit Day, Prom 81, 82,
S.O.S. before soccer, the Who Concert, AKIJA,
unforgettable times with Nooge, L.O.,
M.T.D., A.M., Gerts!
lf you have built castles in the air your work
need not be lost, that is where you should
be, Now put the foundation under them.
DAVID J. CASE
Soccer, Student Council, T.S., l3.W., T.B.,
Underwear Parties - Rowdie Parties,
Aqueboque, No Quote
ELLIOT MARK CASE
Soccer, Honor Society V.P., BP Gas Station,
Card Games, and Food. Thanks to all my
special friends, especially Felicia Lovaglio -
I love you!
Soccer, Track, Windsurfing, water-skiing in
"The mind of man is capable of anything -
because everything is in it, all the past as
well as all the future." - Joseph Conrad,
Heart of Darkness,
"When shall we three meet again
Wm. Shakespeare, Macbeth
EILEEN THERESA CASEY
Leaders, Trojan Colorguard 81-81, N.Y.C,
Nuclear Rally 82.
Thanks for the times that you've given me,-
the memories are all in my mind. Thanks to
all my friends. Thanks for all your love, and
support Mom and Dad and all Case ys.
ANDREW P. CHANG
Echo pasteups, Mast, Computer Room,
French Club, Riflery.
"He who walks softest, travels farthest. "
JAMES ROBERY CASTLES
Summer of '81, '82, good times with good
friends, varsity swimming '81, '82, '88
Christmas '81 with KB. when I finally got my
license and car.
Time passes too quickly my friend. Good
times we've had will soon come to an end.
But the memories will always bind us
together in a special way that will last
"Larry Kung-Chun Cheng"
What's up, men?. . . My name is Larry, butl
like people to call me "Chun" because this is
my Chinese name. l want to be a Chinese
it ,," T
"Nora K ung-Chun Cheng"
Hi! I have six brothers, they like to call me
"Mai-Mai. " In Chinese it means Little Sister. I
want to be a Chinese Godmother, I want to
pay thanks to Mrs. Horton, for her help and
JEFFREY S. CLAUSEN
Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling, Skiing at
Vernon ValleyfHunter Mt., Playing "Gag-
ball" Baseball, Softball games at Stewart
School on weekends.
"All good things must come to an end. "
Nothin 's for certain, it can always go wrong.
KELLY ANN COESTER
"Summer 82" Hamptons! R.P. - Cham
Prom, soccer w!R, DEAD, C.W.R, Good
times, Love ya R.P.l Jo. J 6 Ja. J - Party in
the Park, "The closet," Last in Hamptons
w!GM. Love ya - Jo. J, Ja.J, GM, RP, KJC 6
JC - I love you Mom and Dad, Thanks!
ANDREW S. CLANCY
As long as a man has a dream in his heart,
he cannot lose the significance of life.
PETER JOHN CONNOLLY
Wrestling, Soccer, all sports. "Going to the
track" with S.B., N.P., C.M., V.C., B.N. Thank
to all ofthe coaches who spent time helping
me in athletics.
"Live for today. . . Dream for tomorrow . .
Learn from yesterday. " Special thanks ta
Mom and Dad. You're the greatest.
LAWRENCE GREGORY CONTE
IS: Italian, o former member of the Biology
Club, a cautious driver. DOES, Just about
anything for money Cyes Tom, even
Rodneybp wear electric blue socks, go to
Speaks o lot. ACHIEVED: A major sociol goal,
possession of o cor, seventeen years without
o felony conviction.
CORINNE ANN CORWIN
Mony memories of great times with the very
best of friends. The places and things we've
done will never be forgotten. A.H.R.C.,
A1IJA, skiing, concerts, Happy Hour, the
Boogets, Summer '61 6 '82 ot E.A.B., Prom
'81, Excellent times with F.M.! Thanks Mom
Oh life goes on. . .
Wrestling, lacrosse, surfing, skate sessions at
Puss's, Rowdies parties I, ll, lll, ll's G opogee
sessions ot Antlers with CW., B.F., P.M., D.5.,
P.C. K.U.S., B.W., C.M., G.D., C.E., B.N. skiing,
the K.F., rood trips to Montauk, laying wraps
with B.W., F.A., Skips Pub.
"Some win some, some lose some, oh, what
o for race. "
- Bob Morley
KEVIN PATRICK CULHANE
All the good times with the many good
friends, especially T.T., T.C., L.L,, Basketball,
Alpha Omega Theta. Thanks to the two best
people, M 8 D.
"Take your time, think a lot.
Think of everything you've got.
For you will still be here
Tomorrow but your dreams may not, "
PATRICK W. CURRY
Signers '82, President of Sr. class, juggling,
triangle football. "G.O. Breakfast" CSpirit
Dayb. Thanks to some great friends and a
"But he was wounded for our transgressions,
he was bruised for our iniquities, upon him
was the chastisement that made us whale,
and with his stripes we are healed. "
Photography, skiing, advertising.
"We are all faced with a series of great op-
portunities brilliantly disguised as impossible
PAU LA MARIE CUTRONE
Good times with great friends, best of times
with P.R., skiing, Summers '80-'82, Florida
with 'D,' AIIJA, concerts, volleyball. Thanks
Pete for being there.
-'We should enjoy here, while we 're here
'cause there's no here there," Thanks
Mom and Dad, llove you.
"Ste ve "
Concert band, stage band, jazz ensemble.
To my friends: you will always be special to
me. Thank you.
"A bird does not sing because he has an
answer, he sings because he has a song. "
VICTORIA A. D'ALESSANDRO
Kickline '82, '83, Italy '82 great times with
Maria, Kathy, Alicia, Mary. Talks with James,
Perspicaciaus phone calls with John, band
roommates: Chris, Sue, Mary Pat. Friendly's
"Did we come here to laugh or cry? Are we
dying or being born?"
llove you Mom and Dad.
TRACY JEANNE DALY
Dear Lord . . . Give me hills to climb and the
strength for climbing. Give me courage to go
for what I really want. Give me faith -
believing can be magic. Give me the friends
to make the trip just a little smoother. Help
SUSAN KENDRA DANIELS
Celestones, O, 4, England '82, Masquers 2, 3,
47 Key Club 3, 45 Deer Hill retreat and Deer-
ing weeks, Jr.fSr. Seminar. Thanks for a wild
Music is then the knowledge of that which
relates to love in harmony and system.
me share all I have to give. And Lord -
Give me love - l'm nowhere without it . . .
jb 'JVC a,Pr..sa.4d.-41
'PHA .,.d0L'.d cpfo
GGEOT time im Ed o. Con xv. Rob'P. Ban
L., Fred's Gang, The Who, Pete
The Who concert 1O!18l82, Th e cow
cert, To .I.J. C.O. who made e I gh
hard and being good friends. Thhxrfg
and Dad, I couldn't have done i 't out
PAUL D BAN 0"'7
"Work as hard as you can, and you will
never fail. "
3.j2,f,KEP.P.Y ANNE DECKEP,
-"' . "Deck"
Cheering, SCB, who i , great times with
my best friends. y 4, '82 sailing at breezy.
Good times at T.O.C.'s my brothers, Jackson,
AfIJA. Crazy times with Tara, M.L.H., P.C.
Thanks Tracy. Take good care.
ln the noisy confusion of life, keep peace
with your soul. . . Thanks Mom and Dad.
BARBARA MARIE DAUSCH
Varsity Tennis Team, National Honor Society,
Mast, SCB, Key Club, Badminton Team.
"The essence of pleasure does not lie in the
rhing enjoyed, but in the accompanying
ALLISON THERESE DEEGAN
Good times with excellent G.G., L.5., FK.,
C.W., J.H., Connie's functions, AQA, "Gloria,"
summer 82 Reds, Bessie.
"Those crazy nights l do remember in my
youth, I do recall those were the best times
most of all. "
Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you very
JOSEPH A. DeFILIPPIS
APll's, Loft functions, Block Labels, Conoda,
Road Trips, Waldorf '79, ACB's, G26, Archives
"Tom's copy," B Mulligon
"Picture a blue ball spinning free, dizzy with
eternity painted with a skinny sky, brush in
some clouds 6 sand call it home while the
kids shake their bones, while the politicians
throwing stones singing, ASHES ASHE5 ALL
FALL DOWN!!" BW
Good times with D.P., N.P., BJ., J.C., R.T.,
cousins C.D. and L.D. Fishing in Montauk ltoly
'82, skiing, softball nights out EAST.
"A coward dies a thousand deaths, A brave
man dies but once. "
JOHN M. DEHLER
Varsity Wrestling 10, 11, 12 Senior Class
delegate, German Club 10, 11
"You can 't always get what you want, But if
you try sometimes you just might find, You
get what you need. "
J.V. Wrestling, Varsity Golf Polarbear Club,
England '81, Police
"You cry for past,- You want the future,-
Meanwhile the present is leavin' you fast."
GEORGE COOK DELAPORTE
Tri-captain soccer, Captain ice hockey, Presi-
dent YSO, Grateful Dead, Homecoming '82,
Best of times in Vermont, Florida, Colorado,
Winning at Hofstra.
"How does it feel to be on your own?"
CHRISTOPHER P. DeMARCO
"For any feat I can give hopes"
DIANA LYNN DENNER
Student Citizenship Board, Field Hockey
Manager, Color Guard, guidance aid. Many
good times with: K.K., D.B., A.E., C.W., J.L.,
N.S., B.L,, N,Z,, L.C., M.K., M.D., T.H., E.M., D.C.
"The old have everything, the middle ex-
pect everything, and the young know
Low's '78 pickup, Birdman, Fetus Blowes,
B.O'B, Thai-Thai, Zion Deliverance, Rush, The
Trees, Give me skull, Yellow capri, Tuna,
Hansen's parking lot, J.H. Roslyn Duck Pond,
Puddinghead, HakaBo, Lowenbrau, Chico,
Springfield Blvd., schmegma, AB, APll's,
Dingle Berry, Bud why? Give me my Gum-
Bach! Big Dave, The Villagers, Special thanks
to Mom and Dad.
TRACEY MARIE DEPP
Excellent times with my very best friends,
Chaminode Prom 6 Adam's Apple, AKIJA,
weekend of 1O!8f82, Sag Harbor with P.C,
Best times with Harold. Don't let go! Thanks
Mom and Dad, I love you both
"Nothin' left to do but smile, smile, smile. "
JOHN W. DIES
' 'Socrates "
J.V. Varsity Soccer, Golf Euro-Tour '82, Smug-
glers Notch, Colgate Trips, Soccer Functions,
Great times with "The boys" D.F. R.F., V.C.,
G.D., The Who, Bruce Springsteen, Octipus
Mike, Thanks Mom and Dad.
"Success is never final. Defeat is never fatal.
lt's courage that counts. "
SUZANNE MARIE DeSOYE
Kickline, SCB, Honor Society, council,
Homecoming, To the best of friends possible,
the memories will never fade, Woodies,
Summer of '82, 11:45, "Duck!" laughing and
crying at the same time, dancin',
"Those crazy nights, I do remember in my
youth, I do recall those were the best times,
most of all" Journey
W X I
ANTHONY S. DiFALCO
President 10, 11, Student Council Represen-
tative, Honor Society, Soccer, Grease, Spain
'82, Pt. Lookout, just takin' things in stride . . .
relax . . . Thanks to my wonderful family -
You've helped me through the tough times
and have been a great comfort to me.
"There is only one success - to be able to
spend your life in your own way"
K C. Morely
SHARON DENISE DILLON
"Real isn't how you are made, lt's
something that happens to you you
become. lt takes a long time."
The Velvereen Rabbit
Mom, Dad and Sean - Thank you for your
patience and support. Love always.
DIANE PATRICE DODD
Cheering, Best of times with best of friends:
P.C., P.G., LK., T.D., Thanks for keeping me
together, Florida '82, Le Bombe, Summer of
'82 with P.5., HCS, my 16th, 17th B-days, Prom
'81, '82, Sleepovers at M.O,'s, Bullwinkle,
Steffano, Brownie, Richmond, ski trips. l love
Italy, Italian Club CSec. 6 VPD Band Camp,
Hofstra, uniform room Exchange program,
Friends: V.D., J.F., N.S., K.B., K.A., A.K., l3.V.,
C.M., J.K., P.S., T.P., S.l. Love to Mom and
"lf you can imagine it,
you can achieve it.
lf you can dream it,
you can become it. "
William Arthur Ward
Soccer, Wrestling, Cross Country Track, Ger-
"Badily exercise, when compulsory, does no
harm to the body,- but knowledge which is
acquired under compulsion obtains no hold
on the mind."
DEIRDRE A. DITTRICH
' 'Dede ' '
Spanish Club, Latin Club, Leader's Club, Tro-
jan Club Treas., flag football, candy striping.
Great times with friends. Thanks to my family
for all their love.
"If every word I said could make you smile, I
would talk forever. "
"A true friend is someone to share both the
good and bad times - Thanks!"
SEAN P. DOLAN
Echo! Track, Computer club, Karate, Working
at McDonalds, Intramural softball, math ex-
tra help, Playing badminton in gym with
B.B., Wildman D.H., and J.S., Going to
McDonalds competition with J.C. and J.S.
"The more that you learn, the less that you
really know. "
RONALD E. DORNAU
Varsity Soccer, Hockey CWingsD, Rifle team,
Team Nor' Easterns 1981 European Tour, Ski-
ing COkemo3, Jackson Browne, Stones, The
Who '82 Tour, Great times during senior
"Nobody rides for free
Nobody gets it like they want it to be -
Nobody hands you any guarantee -
CHRISTOPHER S. EDWARDS
"Egg, Eggie, Eggster. .
Wings hockeyp Rowdies soccer, Rowdie par-
ties, Antlers' atticp Captain Trips, Country Life
with Menace, Johann, Pollack, Camp
Hawthorne summers, Traveling with my best
"Too much of everything is just enough"
Thanks Mom and Dad
MARY THERESA DOWDEN
Great times with A.W., M.5., Gay Doods,
A.B., M.L.R., J.P., C.C., J.C., T.T. and my
everlasting friend Loraine. "10-2-82" The
Puddle, S,S. Club, Raddish, the cliffs, Hamp-
tons '82. Thanks Mom and Dad. . . l.L.Y.
"Happy are those who dream dreams and
are ready to pay the price to make them
come true, "
TOMMY G. EFTHIMIOU
Living for weekends and Dead shows. Sum-
mers - surfing - water skiing. Winters -
skiing, skitching, snurfing - shread-out!
Scrubrush method for the balcony. Unbroken
chain, in the shadows of the moon while we
is playin in the bond. Dingleberry, the shock,
the mounds, power House, cut through.
To my friends - crazy times had by all -
Love is content with the present it hopes for
the future and it doesn't brood over the
past. lf you have love in your life, it can
make up for a great many things you lack. If
you don 'r have it, no matter what else there
is, it's not enough.
Best of times with: C.S., C.H., L.S., H.C.S., J.T.,
and the friends who enjoy the keg parties
This world we live in is:
A Universe of M ystery
A Universe of Magic
A Universe of Sexual fantasies
A Universe of Awesome Good
A Universe of Terrifying Evil,
So make the best of it!
AMY SUSAN ERICKSON
Crew, J.N.L.B. 05.72, HBC, pink hair, beasts,
Easter '62, Pinecrest, Purdue, Girls' State,
"The road is long with many a winding turn
that leads us to who knows where."
"Must have been the roses."
Captain varsity football, varsity baseball, the
TURF, North Carolina, Mets, skiing, football
functions, decent times with B.P., B.L., P.B.
J.S., D.l., and of course, Bruce Springsteen!
"Gentlemen to the goal line." "Are you
bagging me?" "No pain, no gain." Thanks
Mom and Dad.
Soccer - SOS, Yup-Yups, Good times with
P.G., K.P., K.A.D., T.D., S.V., TOC, S.V., L.R.,
M.L., LOL C,B, and J.C., '80-'81 Mattituck with
LOL and A.E, Florida with G.B.
"By the grace I am what l am. Thanks Mom
and Dad - llove youll!"
Starry, starry nights, Summer overture '81,
white daisies or Cerulean whales, the twelfth
fret, special friends that time will never
erase: esp. Ursula and Cat for putting me
near the wild heart of happiness.
"Wings extended sunward, feeling a new
vibration, a new life ro shake away the
Canada 62 - Harmonica Man, Maine with
T.E., P. Tosh, J. Cliff Concert, C.C, Revival,
Bob, Marley, "Hit Single" Quogue with M.H.,
"Blue windows behind the stars, yellow
moon on the rise, big birds flying across the
sky, casting shadows on your eyes."
Varsity Tennis, Nor'Eastern Euro-Tour '81, Ski-
ing in Switzerland '82 and skiing Windham.
.IEANETTE ELEANOR FASTENAU
Exchange student to Germany 81, YPF,
Cathedral Choir, England 79, German club,
Jazz Ensemble, Neighbors, Band Camp 82.
"Where words fail, music speaks."
Hans Christian Anderson
"Life is like music. lt must be composed by
ear, feeling, and instinct, not by rule, "
"Wit surprises, humor illuminates. "
DANIELLE ELENA FANUZZI
"Far away there in the sunshine are my
highest aspirations. I may not reach them,
but I can look up ond see their beauty,
believe in them, and try to follow where
KAREN LOUISE FECHT
Kickline, Cheering, The best of times with the
best of friends . . . N.Y.C. with D.B., J.B., and
M.E., Skiing with S.S. and J.C.g A.L.'s Sweet
Sixteen, R.R. with J.A.g Proms '81, '82, '83
"God Bless Richard"
"Enjoy here because there 's no here there. "
EDMOND D. FARRELL
Tennis, bowling, Honor Society, Espana 1982,
juggling club, the Grey Stallion, Go Navy,
Carvel, signage, poker, football at Osborne,
Wang, EF Hutton, Murphy fence, Belmont
"The one serious conviction that o man
should have is that nothing is to be taken too
MICHAEL JOHN FEDOR
Led Zeppelin, Noyac, water skiing, Band,
Stage Band, '69 Camaro, J.S., P.B., R.H. E.P.
"Good times, bad times, you know l've had
m y share. "
Conodo 82-82, Dinls Deoth, Archives, U.S. ll's,
Roy Lives On, Furter
Well I Ain 't Often Been Right
But l've Never Been Wrong
Seldom Turns Out The Woy
It Does In The Song
Once ln A While lf You
Get Shown The Light
ln The Strongest Of Ploces
If You Look At lt Right
RAYMOND M. FISCHER
Vorsity Wrestling, J.V. Locrosse, J.V. Golf,
Police, Chonnel 13, Cutlos '74
"Ask me no questions, ltell you no lies. "
MARGARET MARIE FITZGERALD
Kick line, beoch, soiling comp with the "5
blondsf' A.L.'s Sweet Sixteen, Summer doys
ond nights with l.F,, Prom '82,
"Makin friends for the world to see,
Let people know you've got whot you
With o friend ot hond you will see the
lf your friends ore there, everything's
I love you Mom ond Dod.
' 'Pottie "
"Goodbye," soid the fox. "And how here is
my secret, o very simple secret: It is only
with the heort thot one con see rightly, whot
is essentiol is invisible to the eye."
The Little Prince
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with A.B., S.K.B.'s ond rollerskoting with M.H.p
M.S.'s tontrums, Who Concert, Upstote '80,
'81, Foirfield '81, Smolley potty 02
"God's gift to you is yourself, Your gift to
God is whot you make of yourself."
Thanks Mom ond Dad.
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'81, Dunkin Doughnuts, G.C.S.C. Picnic and Polo,
Pizza and M6M's, Bond Follies, '81, Sound of
Music and Little Mermaid, Senior project, Pum-
pkin Mobile, Vermont - the baked apples,
Mosquers, Celestones, Kickline, Garden City
Pool, Family and always lots of love.
"I was dreamin' when I wrote this, forgive me if
it goes astray. "
Trojonertes, Student Council, Junior president,
Sophomore secretory, AQA Prom '82, all
summers, Dee's ollnighters, incredible
memories with Jan, Solit, Ar, Rich, J.J., and
To my family and friends - Thank you for
all the love and support you've shown
throughout the years. Thank you for making
my world so precious and beautiful, l'm so
lucky to have special people in my life. I
ROBERT C. FREEMAN
DENNIS J. FRANZ
28 "Come to me all who are weary and
heavy-laden, and I will give you rest." 29
"Take My yoke upon you, and learn from
me, for l am gentle and humble in heart,-
and YOU SHALL FIND REST FOR YOUR
SOULS." 30 "For My yoke is easy, and My
load is light. "
Matthew 12:28, 29, 30
ROBERT M. FREEMAN
Wrestling, Jerry's kids, looping, the "yard,"
Florida '82 with Dudley, Mike, Antler, the
brots and company, skiing, Vermont and out
West, BilI's Pub with the Keg Fridge, Antler's
Attic with Ant, S.C., pus, D.S., K.V.S., Guiness,
G.D., Eggy, M.M., Stemneck, Rasta, P.C., the
"block con," F.A.'s
"Life in the fast lane, surely makes you lose
your mind. "
HELEN MICHELLE FRIEDMAN
Varsity Track, Honor Society, French Club,
Key Club, Latin Club, Chantecler, Swim
Team, Summer '82 Thanks to Edgar, Peppi,
Joey, Joanne, and Claudia, for making life
wonderful, Special thanks to Mom and Dad
for always being there.
"Silence is o virtue. "
"Georgette Sue Parker"
Todd 81, Hamptons 81, B.F. Julie, Ma Adri, lol,
7!27 fidgets, KV. 915 wlDude. Gertz J.C.
Am, MH CC. Summer 82 'Nancy' Quiche
Dudes, Missy, M. lou, May Beach days T.O.
C. Sick times wfCarsey. Thanks Bessy and Jo.
"Have a coke and a smiIe"
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ANDREW SCOTT GALLAN
For all the times l've laughed and cried,
For all the times l've failed yet tried,
To all of you who helped me through,
I open up my heart to you.
You've given me strength to leave the
I hope l'll always be this blessed.
RICHARD L. GALLO
Better D's with R.F. 6 M.B.
"Should I stay or should l go
If I stay it will be trouble
If I ga it will be double"
"Those crazy nights, I do remember in my
youth, I do recall those were the best times
most of all"
. .KIM i
GINA MARIE GALASSI
Good times with friends, especially A.D., F.K,,
CW., J.H.g Spirit day, K.T.U. "GIaria"g C.W.'s
partiesg Florida '81, '82 Deegan Summers,
'I think you've got to make your own life a
pleasant and happy one' Thank you Mom
and Dad for your guidance and love.
MARC R. GENBERG
Fencing, ltalian Club, Scum
,, live as if you'd drop dead in ten
seconds. See the world. lt's more fantastic
than any dream made or paid for in fac-
tories. Ask no guarantees, ask for no security,
there never was such an animal. "
PATRICIA DAWN GIESEKE
German Club President, Trojan Club Exec.
Board, Key Club, National Honor Society,
Mast, Bowling, Summer '82, German, The
Beach, Water skiing, snow skiing, Halloween
'80, Neighbors, Great friends M.E.S., J.F., KB,
"Catch a wave and you're sitting on top of
the world" Beach Boys
CHRISTINA MARIA GERGELY
To list the great times would be impossible
but to list the great friends is easy: K.N., MK.,
A.K., A.V., IH., TN., A.W., and Nancy B.
Thanks for the memories, and never forget
the special friendships we've had. Thanks to
my family: Mom, Dad, and Peter for their
love and guidance.
"I blink my eyes and it happens again, l've
lost my way, but l've discovered a friend. "
Best of times with the best of friends - l.E.,
GB., T.O.C., KP., KAD., LK., S.V,, Ml-I. Cheer-
ing, SCB, AOA, Tommy, My family.
Happy are those who dream dreams and
are willing to pay the price to make them
come true. Thanks Mom and Dad - l love
CHRISTINE ANN GILLAN
Kickline '81-'83, swimming, softball, Excellent
times with all my friends especially Lisa, Sue,
Margaret, Irene. November 14, 1981 - shar-
ing "The Best of Times" with Walter.
"Some people think it's holding on that
makes one strong. Sometimes it's letting go"
Thanks Mom, Dad, 6 Tom
"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,
BONNIE P. GOLDSMITH
The Leftovers, Rangerflslander disputes,
Thumbs, Prom '82, Good times with good
friends. . .
"Thanks for the times that you've given me,
The memories are all in my mind. "
PATRICIA ANNE GOWAN
Best of Times Forever with Kerry, Diane,
Paula, Jackie, Tracey, Michele, Maureen . . .
Lebombe, H.C.S. '82
"Time passes by too quickly my friend.
Good times we've had will soon come to an
end. But the memories will always bind us
together in a special way that will last
Forever." .. Thanks Mom and Dad" "l
love you Elaine"
CS fpgiefsj XYOKM DAVID GOTTERBARN
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Newspaper, Riflery, JV Soccer, Memorable L2
moments in Homeroom, Reds, Beach House, t6 kk ,NNC5
Car ride with JD and DF,
l look to the sea, 'Y
Reflections in the waves
Spark my memory.
Some happy, some sad.
I think of childhood friends
And the dreams we had
NANCY LOUISE GROGAN
. Varsity Tennis 11, 12. Softball, School Musicals,
Celestones, England 82, Student Exchange to
Spain, Guitar, Trojan Club, Spanish Club.
Happiness is not so much in having or shar-
5 - ing. We make a living by what we get but
we make a life by what we give.
SAMUEL Gksco in bI X Nlwfidtnonifs Mom and Dad
Good times with friendsp working on '68 z
Charger and '68 Firebird, Oak St. runs, Sum-
mer of '82p getting parts from '69 Charger.
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Concert Band, Stage Band, Jazz Ensemble.
M,F,, i.S,, P.B., C.L., M.V,, JETHRO TULL and
Yes, Mikes, Camaro, lohn's Toyota, my '69
Mustang. And the Death!
Georgetown Liquors, CCR, Paris, Dread natty
dread, M.H., Erin go brah, Monty Python,
Buffalo Springfield, Phil Lesh, Dancing Bear,
.l.J., Bermuda, Jefferson Airplane, the beach,
soiling, Irelond, Grateful Dead M, later on
GC. High, Tom's wisdom.
"l'd rather be a free mon in my grave than
living as a puppet or a slave. "
MICHAEL FRANCIS HANNON
Masquers, Theatre, Good times with PLM.,
CW., A,A., E.P., T.H., Summer of '62
"l just woke you up to tell you I slit your
Jimm y Cliff
JANE NASH HEALY
Canada '79, '80, '81.
"There was o young belle of old Natchez
whose garments were always in patchez.
When comment arose on the state of her
She replied, when Ah itchez,
Ah scratchez. "
Swimming, Trojans, P.T.R., skiing, in Utah with
Liz, Summers, LoL's 6 T.O'C parties, Jailbirds.
Godo times with special friends K.A.D., S.V.,
J.E., P.G., KP. Special thanks to my family for
all their love.
"Some people think it's holding on that
makes one strong. Sometimes it's letting
Wings, Soccer Team, Nor' Eastern Europe
1981, Smugglers Notch, WHO, Talking Heads,
Dead, W.E. ll, Thanks to all my friends who
made High School a memorable
"You only get out of life what you put into
JENNIFER ANN HICKS
All my love to Joanne, Fran, Connie, Brenda,
Marylou, Kathleen, Lauren, Gina, Allison,
Missy, Jeannie. Reds, camping, VSM, Con-
nies, Mattituck, Centerreach. "Listen Bucko"
To my step-dad: "listen God, look closely
after him, he is more fragile than most, and
besides, llove him." Love Ya Mom, couldn't
have made it without you.
Seeing Springsteen at the Meadowlands, the
Limo, Summer, the Beach, Edgemere Park.
"Sometimes I laugh and cry, and can't
remember why, but l still love those good
times gone by. "
- James Taylor
JANE ANNE HILDRETH
Happy hour. The Blew Crew. Montauk. The
Cliffs. Believe, for your dreams can come
true. All the mystical, magical trips with
familiar faces, scenic places, and pastel col-
ors that leave traces in my mind and heart
forever. My everlasting friend - Kathy.
ARTHUR J. HOLMES
Varsity golf captain, CYO basketball, the
links, vehicles, music, tournament travel,
"Life is full of learning experiences. "
PAUL S. HOLOBIGIAN
Thank you very much Mom and Dad for
everything. I love you both very much.
Good times with: SA., C.M., B.N., P.M., BC.
Barbecues, the Toy, Spliff, XR7 Allman
Brothers, Dreggs, Grateful Dead.
"Maybe you'll find direction around some
corner where it's been waiting to meet
- Grateful Dead
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8316, Band Camp, Band parties, The Toy,
pumpkin mobile, Jr. dances, 7 o.m. specials,
twitch, Vermont, baked apples
"Happiness is a bed of tears
try and hide your heart away
try and forget yesterday,
true love calls you think you would hear. "
Henry Paul Band
SAVERIO ANTONIA IACONIS
"Quasimodo, " "5av"
Italian Club president, Italy '82 Softball, Jazz
Ensemble, Beatles, Jethro Tull, Yes, ELP, II Fex
"Don't surround yourself with yourself . .
"Sounds of laughter, shades of life are ring
ing through my open mind inciting and in-
viting me, Limitless undying love which
shines around me like a million suns - it calls
mean andon. .
WILLIAM E. HUSCHLE
' 'Hush "
Boys' State, Eagle Scout, scouting, rack climb-
ing, skiing, back-packing, caddying, Physics,
"to live your life in your own way . .. to
reach for the goals you have set for yourself
. . . to be the you that you want to be , . .
that is success. "
Thanks to the entire class of '83 for being
who you really are.
ROBERT A. IANNACONE
Studio '80-'88, Spring Track '82, Masquers
productions, band, Madrigals, good times
with good friends, Battle of the Bands '61.
"One and one don't make two - one and
one make one."
"How about another feer BeIix"
Varsity basketball, J,V. basketball, Goan
Squad, S.C.B., Key Club, Jugglers club, Polar
Bear Club, Football with P.C., J.J., M.S., E.P,,
L.T., and Murph, Signers.
"Live not for what yesterday was nor what
tomorrow may be but for what today is. "
CAROL ANN JAKUBOWSKI
JOSEPH THEODORE ITGEN
Band, Jazz Ensemble, German Club, Key
Club, the get togethers of Saturday night.
Shea with Bill, Steve, Ed, and Bruce. National
Jr. Honor Society.
JOSEPH ANTHONY JOHNSON
'71, " "StUdIey"
J.V. and varsity basketball, J.V. Lacrosse, J.V,
football, Trojan club, Key Club, Signers, Goan
Squad, Rumors at the Chop, Juggling Club,
New Years Eve '81, Bucknell '82, Good times
with EP, PC, Sly, EK, MS, JM, LT, MM, LM, EF,
"To laugh often and much, to appreciate
beauty, to Hnd the best in others, this is to
KARYN MARIE JAEGER
German Club, Key Club, Mast, Great times
with special friends, Band camp, Band,
Fosters, Germany '81, Prom '82, retreats,
MGM, AABC, night artwork '8O. Steve -
you're a special part of my life.
"Cherish memories of yesterday, dream
hopes of tomorrow. Live, love, and laugh to-
day and forever." Special thanks to Mom
M.A.S., Doors, Dead, Todd, art, the Rat Pack,
Canada '79-'88, Light-up, Stain, NYC. For all
the great years we've spent together,
thanks and all my love always to Mary,
Jane, Devon, Beth, Sue, Sharon, Lucy,
Kelvyn, Juan, and Cindy. Owww, don't do
"The journey of a thousand miles begins
with one step"
- Lao Tzu
JOHN P.M. JORDAN
' 'Solo ' '
Varsity football and lacrosse. "The lark Inn,"
Fishing, Camping, Sump diving.
There is more kicking done with the
tongue than the foot
Varsity soccer, varsity lacrosse, Great times
with great friends especially DEBBER. Dec.
27, 1981 Wermontb and Feb. 5, 1982. The
special times I've had with JACE.
A special thanks to Mom and Dad. All my
FRANCES MARIA KALAFATIS
Dad, every now and then I cry, every night
you keep staying on my mind, all my friends
say l'll survive, it just takes time. But when
you look down upon me l hope, you'll see,
that time won 't heal o broken-hearted me.
Love and thanks to my friends, but especial-
ly to my mom.
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Long homerooms with Nico, Moria, Anne
Lisa and Rita. Thanks Mom and Dad.
"Our lives have just begun. "
ROBERT F. JORDAN
J.V. soccer, G.C. Wings hockey, Jazz Ensem-
ble, The Rumors -- "Sickjams" at Ed's house
with E.S., J.F., J.A., B.B., M.S., P.S.
"lf you smile or me I will understand, That is
something everybody, everywhere speaks
in the some language. " C.5.N. 6 Y.
TIMOTHY DANIEL KALIBAN
Band, Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra, Masquers
Grease, Spanish Club, Key Club, Trojan Club,
Camp, Maine, skiing, soccer, good times with
great friends, You know who you are.
Thanks Mom and Dad,
Reach for the heavens and hope for the
future, and all that we can be, not what we
are - John Den ver
Field Hockey, Key Club, Trojan Club. "The
"No man is the whole of himself, his friends
make up the rest."
"l asked for all things, that I may enjoy life, I
was given life that I may enjoy all things . . . I
got nothing that I asked for - but
everything I had hoped for. "
Thanks Mom and Dad for all the love.
KATHERINE MARIE KEHOE
Colorguard, Summers, Weekends, parties,
Great times with D.B., D.D., CAV., L.B., S.Y.,
K.W., M.S., and all my friends. Good luck
lt's living and doing for somebody else on
that all of life 's splendor deper-ds. And the
joy of it all, when we count it all up, is the
jo y of making friends.
ANNE MARIE KEEFE
Varsity Bowling, Leaders, Trojan Club, English
Office, Canoeing with B.C., Good times with
good friends, my little sailor, M.K.
"Smile and the whole world will smile with
"Take Life one day at a time. "
Thanks Mom and Dad, Ilove you!
ALISON MARIE KELLY
Love to Mom, Dad, Mike, Therese, Ron, Ron-
ny, Patrice, Michelle, Denise, Matthew, John,
Michael. Great times with Mike, Mara, An-
drea, Christina, Kim, lrene. October 11.
Of all the times that l've been burned
By now you think l'd have learned
That it's who you look like,
Not who you are . . . J.B.
All the days l thought could never end are
gone. All the days that seemed so far away
have passed. But -- I still have tomorrows
filled with the hope of things to come, and
although l watch the sun set now, l know it
will rise again.
l love you Jane!
' 'Liz' '
Kickline, Basketball, field hockey, Trojan
Club, Spanish Club.
"AlI the pleasures life can bring, friendship is
the sweetest thing"
Great times with great friends!
Thanks for everything, Mom and Dad
MARA KELLEN KELLY
If a child lives with Criticism
He learns to Condemn
lf a child lives with Hostility
He learns to Fight
lf a child lives with Ridicule
He learns to be Shy
If o child lives with Acceptance and
He learns to find Love in the World
EDWIN H. KEUSEY
Trojan club, Math Club, juggling club, Signers
- Champions '82, Sly, Mike, Pat, J.J., Lou,
Leon, Slick, Tom, E. Prusan. New Rochelle,
Hartford, Washington D.C., honorary S.C.B.,
team parties, working with Mike over the
"You only have a problem if you think it's a
STEPHANIE M. KENNELLY
Varsity swimming, J.V. and Varsity softball,
S.C.B., Trojan Club . . . skiing, tennis, summers
at Lawrence, good friends.
"Success is never final. Defeat is never fatal.
It's courage that counts. "
Senior year, California '62, Fleetwood Mac
at the Meadowlands, Pork parries, Good
times with great friends - T.H., J.L., and P.R.
with the limo.
"Smile, laugh, and help others do the
Take it easy.
JOHN T. KIYASU
Jazz ensemble, track, chess team. Or-
nithology many thanks to my parents
"Well, think of this - if you consider it a wor-
thy thought, that there is always another
side than yours - see both and merge
them. And if you fail, do so with no regrets."
CHARLES JUN-SHIC KOH
"Find your limits and exceed them. Dream
and make your dreams come true."
- Robert Louis Stevenson
Mr. Wojnar's class trip to Othello. Kathy L.'s
party. Activities: fencing, Key Club, French
Club, Kung-Fu Club, Library Aide. Thanks
Bobby, Nadir, Kathy, for just being my
JACQUELINE ANN KREBS
Uackie, " "Red"
Best of times with D.D., T.D., P.C., K.T., P.G.,
M.M. Camp, H.C.S. '82, Trojan Club, Cheer-
ing, German club, W.R.'s, F.W.'s Magazine
Drive, Lax. All my love and thanks to Mom
"There never seems to be enough time to
do the things you want to do once you find
- J. C.
NADIA CATHERINE KRAINOVICH
JOHN ALEXANDER CHARLES KRUPICA
Dead shows, getting lost, camping, Tom,
Montauk, B.O.B., mind expansion to the
limit, Hi Tom, Hi Mom, good friends, good
times. closes his ears to the cry of the Poor,
will himself cry and not be heard.
"You are the only one who knows the
JOHN P. KRATTINGER
French club, Masquers - M"'A"S"'H. Breakfast
with S.D. 6 J.P., T.G. T.M., 269.
"Your education begins when what is called
your education ends. "
- Justice Oliver Wendell Homles
MARY ELLEN KRUYSMAN
SC delegate, the Leftovers, French Club Presi-
dent, Mast, National Honor Society, workin'
for the Thursdays, Norway '82, the GISHAS.
Fun with Alicia, Kathy, Nedo - you're
always in my heart.
"You only live once, but if you live right,
once is enough."
Luce Ends - T.Z. Pub Battle of the Bands -
Band Follies '82-'82 Prom with KH. Special
friends: T.S., P.C., P.M., S.G., B.W., K.S.
"And then one day you find ten years have
gone behind you, no one told you when to
run, you missed the starting gun."
SYLVIA MARIE LAANO
MAST editor, French Club, skiing - camp
8x1, the beach, Parties! Junioritis. P.F. "Senior
project" CA+bg Great times with K.K.g CR. -
Decade! Genesis, Summer of '82 with B.l.
and N.S., the best!
. .wait a minute, ldon't understand
lr's getting stronger, so grab my hand
Don't want to leave you,
Don't want to go. .
JAMES P. LANE
Tennis, Track, Pot, Mike, Stef, Tim, '83 Art
Work Lyn. - ER., Patty + Mottew, Police
concert, April '82, Fleetwood Mac Great
times with friends.
"Sundown, coming dawn too soon
No time to be alone
So I 'Il take a glass of memories
And understand the blues
Oh they're the last thing you lose. "
Bond, German Club General Chaos, Foreign
l"One day the lion will lay down with the
lamb, but the lamb won't get much sleep"
JENNIFER' BETH LONG
Winter Track, skiing Good times with oll my
new friends, Weekends, Parties, Memories
of my greatest friends in Mass.
"Life must go on, we all will move on But os
we carry on we will always have memories
left in our minds." Thanks Mom!
Cheech, John S., Bill P., Karyn, Pete, Bum, Ed,
Steve, Bruce, Mike, Joe, Silver, Frigote Band,
Stage Bond, Orchestra
DAVID MICHAEL LOPEZ
Trojan Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, Echo,
MAST, Winter and Spring Track, Good times
"en coche" and with friends W.A., T.K., J.B.,
SM., Longboat Key. Thank You, Mom and
Do not look back. lt will neither give you
back the post nor satisfy your day dreams.
Your duty, your reward, your destiny are
here and now.
LISA J. LEUNG
Lacrosse, Volleyball, grade councils, Trojan
Club, SCB. Great times with frineds, especial-
ly Irene, Chris, Sue, Arlene, Margaret, Pat.
Summer of '81, Christmas vacation '81, mun-
chies with 5,000 phone calls, 11:45 with
"Should I stay or should l go now?"
"Our memories of yesterday will last a
A very special thanks to Mom and Dad for
MaBells Lol, Joe, Jan 28, Prom 82, Sweet Six-
teen Hesterl, Harry's Best friends through it
all, D.B. To RD. - l'll always love and
cherish the times we had. - A.L.
"There has to be a darkness, if there is to be
"Peace to all who want it."
ERIC HENRY LOS KAMP
l.V. Football, Varsity Football, German Club,
Good times with F.D. AND K.W., Baskins, BK.
runs with T.M.+S.D.
"Throughout the rest of my life l will always
remember the memories of high school.
Thanks Mom and Dad. "
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WILLIAM J. LUDEMANN
J.V., V. Football, Great times with best
friends: Chris W., Dave Lude, Susan C., Marc
C., Joe A., Bobby B., Paul D., Chuck T., Jethro
Tull, Van Halenp The Pabst Blue Ribbon Sum-
mer, The 197O Mach 1'sg 1970 Chevelle SS
454, B.K.'s in Farmingdale, Oak St. at 12:00
noon. I Love You Mom and Dad
"Never Lose sight of your dreams"
FELICIA FRANCES LOVAGLIO
Kickline, Italy, Dance!! Cultural Arts Centre.
Ballet, modern, jazz, tap. Great times with
terrific friends! Especially Elliott Case - I love
lf you can imagine it,
you can achieve it.
lf you can dream it,
you can become it.
William Arthur Ward
Thanks Mom and Dad
CYNTHIA LILLIAN LUDWIG
7th period English 10th grade, Coburg 61, 4th
per L.L. wfTy, 5th per wfDoob, Montauk 82,
S.l., Excellent times wfD,B., Ty., Okie, J.H.,
The Rat Pack, Cool Jerks l Love You All!!
Thanks Mom and Pam
After we leave only our shadows will re-
main They too will love.
LISA L. LUDEMANN
German Club, Band, Leader's Club, Student
Store, Honor society. Coburg Summer 1981!!!
"A smile costs nothing but gives much. lt
enriches those who receive, without making
poorer those who give, lt takes but a mo-
ment but the memory of it sometimes lasts
lt's true what they say about these years go-
ing by fast meaning also that time flies when
you're having fun. The Best with N.5., Italy,
Laughing, Summer with S.L. and N.S. Cancer
with K.S. Family, all friends - thanks for
always being there and listening.
Lacrosse, Basketball, Genesis.
"Give up your heart and you lose your way,
Trusting another to feel that way. Give up
your heart and you find yourself Living for
something in somebody else. Sometimes
you wonder what happens to love.
Sometimes the touch ofa friend is enough. "
WILLIAM RUSSELL LYNCH
JV and Var. Lacrosse Good times with the
best of friends thanks Billy, Brian, Pete, John
Thanks Mom for everything you did for me. I
couldn't do it without you.
THOMAS MARTIN MCDONAGH
"Bullfight critics ranked in rows, crowd the
enormous plaza full, but only one is there
who knows - and he's the man who fights
the bull. "
Lacrosse, Football. Thanks Mom and Dad.
CHARLES D. MCCALLISTER
Pres: Alpha Omega Theta, Varsity Golf, Var-
sity Football. Good times with friends H.B.,
S.O. Summer parties out in Laurel. Florida
with Antlers, Bratly, L.D., G.W. RF., M.M.
"The times were great, but as with time you
must move on, so now I just say good-bye. "
Thanks Mom and Dad for everything
KATHRYN MARGARET MCKENZIE
V. Swimming, Winter!5pring Track, Soccer,
Band, Orchestra, Madrigals, Cathedral Choir,
England '79, French!German Clubs, Mast.
11!9!79, JM, DK, NW, LF, CW, MA, JF, JZ, DF,
"Grant me the serenity to accept the things I
cannot change, courage to change the
things I can, and wisdom to know the
Key Club, German Club, Canada '82, The
Who '82, parties at M's house, J.V. Football.
Thanks Mom and Dad,
JANE A. MACYKO
National Honor Society, Varsity Cross Country,
Spring and Winter Track, Basketball, GAA
lsecretary, SCB, Mast. Love and thanks Mom and
"To laugh often and love much . . . to find the
best in others, to give of one 's self . . , to know
that one life has breathed easier because you
have lived. This is to have success."
KARA MARIE MCLOUGHLIN
Echo hysteria, Mast, French, German, Trojan
Clubs. All the Lisas, Eddie, the rest of the
gang, you're the greatest. Thanks for being
there through thick and thin. Mom, Dad, and
Sheila - I love you.
"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have
seen yesterday, and l love today."
William Allen White,
J.V. Soccer, Fall '82, skiing with friends, and
waterskiing with buddies, 7th period S.S. with
Formisano, good times with friends, old and
new, Maria's 24 person bathroom, Thanks to
all my friends P.S., M.D. and others.
"And it's only the giving that makes you
what you are. "
The "choicest" of times with the "choicest"
of friends: B.R,, S.W., D.B., D.S., C.M. Laces,
Reds, Lake Tahoe '81. Germany '82, Who
"lf you can imagine it,
you can achie ve it.
If you can dream ir,
you can become it. "
Thanx Mom, Dad, Thom: I love you all.
Baseball, wrestling, Italian Club Sunday
football with J.S. working with J.C. Send
P.B. to Hawaii, live for Summer. Good
"To be great is to be misunderstood
"All I leave behind is only what l
found." "This is your lounge car
steward. The lounge is now open serv-
ing cold drinks, cold beer, hot coffee,
and snacks. Thank you much" Topher:
"You are my best friend and I love you
so well. "
MARIANNE M. MALLON
"Nothing is more precious in life than
those who are close to you. "
Thanks Mom and Dad. Remember
great times with great friends. Nothing
lasts longer than happy memories.
Mathletes, Astronomy Club, Polar Bear
"We have fought such a fight for a day
and a night as never be fought again.
We have great glory, my men. And a
day less or more, at sea or ashore We
die - does it matter when?
Great times with friends, especially
"Gerts." Summer '81, '82, Prom '81, '82,
Canada '82 with BF. East Hampton '81
with BF, Georgette, Alpha Omega
Alpha, "'Apr. 17, 19811 Harry's. Thanks for
everything Julie, and all the excellent
times with B.F.
"Watch the North Wind Rise."
"Nothing lasts longer than happy
Jerry's Kids, The Toy, opogees, the ottic,
Rowdies parties, the track, Grateful Deod
Concett 1O!82, oil good times with good
"Some folks trust to reason, others trust to
might, I don't trust to nothin' but I know it
comes out right. "
CHERYL J. MILLER
Outrageous times with Lolliesp . Sonja, Mory,
Deddie, Karyn, Steph, Jibo ot Bond Camp.
Night "Artwork" '83, Functions. Summer '82
with Dove M. Sonja and Debbie, shoring our
high school years hos given me mony
special memories - Luv ya both. Mom and
Dod -- thanks for olwoys being there.
You're the greatest - l love you.
EDWARD ADAM METZ
Notionol Art Honor Society 125 Key Club 11-12.
Foreign Affairs Club 10. SCB11. Art Committee
11-12 Not-Orotoricol Contest - Grd ploce.
Package design winner.
"These were the best times of our lives.
Cherish them always. "
PATRICK H. MILLER
Football, softboll ot Stew. Golf ot C.U., Surf-
ing, skoteout, skiing, "Bring it on Home," fire
at Fidges, toy, ottic, Apogee ll's. CW, DS, CM,
BN, PH, SC, KUS, BW, GD, CE, PC.
"lt's all over now. "
"Don't forget your history Know your
"Impossible is only a word found in the dic-
tionary of fools. "
"The mind of man is capable of anything. "
Thanks Mom, Dad, Micheal, and Andrea.
TODD MILLER ,
Football, Wrestling, Lacrosse, Skiing, BMX,
"The radical in one century is the conser-
vative of the next. The radical invents the
views. When he has worn them out, the con-
servative adopts them. "
GINA MARIE ELENA MINEO
J.V. and Varsity Volleyball, Summer of '82,
Brother Dave, July 24-25, 1982, Shea with
Lee, Hamptons with Kelly, Patchogue with
Mom, Diane, and Andrea - for making all
the bad things good, and the good things
better- l love you.
THOMAS JOSEPH MOODY JR.
"Hope is perhaps the chief happiness which
this world affords."
Thank you Mom and Dad. V
Senior class vice-president, kick-line, SCB ex-
ecutive board, 11:45?
"Let's Dance," "Look at the Keg," "Friends
are not always together when they are side
by side, even one who is far away is still one
in our thoughts."
All my love and thanks, Mom and Dad.
BETH ANN MORRISSEY
"l'd like to get away from Earth awhile. And
then come back to it and begin over."
VINCENT DEPAUL MITCHELL
' 'Mitch ' '
M"'A"'S"H, Vikings, graduating in January,
. . we seem to have lost, we have not
lost, To refuse to fight would have been to
lose, to fight is to win, we have kept faith
with the past and handed a tradition to the
future . . . . all is not what it seems to
"Can't beat 'em, cheat 'em. "
ALICE RUTH MULRONEY
J.V., Varsity field hockey 10-12 ftri-captainb,
Varsity softball 10-12, GAA senior class
delegate, German Club, Trojan Club, Mast,
Band, Summer '82, Lifeguard, "Reds" Road
trip with M.S. Good times in G.C.
"l will not follow where the path may lead,
butl will go where there is no path, and I will
leave a trail. "
Bowling Team, Chess Club, German Club.
M.P., M.Q., L.C., L.Y., B.S.
"When the music's over, turn out the lights
Baseball 10-12, Wrestling 11-12. Dead concert
October '82, The Toy, Apogees, the Track.
Gorgon, Sunday football games.
"Those who wish to be must put aside the
emination, get on with the fascination, the
real relation, the underlying need"
MICHAEL G. MURPHY
' 'Murph' '
Lacrosse, tennis, skiing, Roosevelt, Signers
'82. Good times with great friends. Signage.
Murphy fence with E.F. "Get Rad" T.M.
"The time has came to say good-bye, our
time together may be ended, but our
memories linger on forever. "
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THOMAS DAVID NIMMO
French Club 10-12, Key Club 11-12, Trojan Club
11-12, Mosquers 11-12, Russia '82, ltaly '83,
Summers in Hampton Bays.
"l don't know what the future holds, but I
know who holds the future. "
Good times with Mia, Thea, Billy Anthony,
Alan, Tom, OBI East, LeMans, the Still Post
House, Hot Dog Beach, Cruzin' Mike's
308GT5: Dino Ferroris.
"lf you wake up and don 't want to smile. lt
just takes a little while, open your eyes and
look at the day, You'll see things in a dif-
EDWARD ROBERT NOURYAN
Here's to good times with ALW., IT.S., J.W.
Vail, Colorado in '82 and '83. The Grateful
Dead. AIKO-AIKO, Shakedown, He's gone,
Good Love. The O'Brien at Shelter Island.
"From the other direction she was calling my
eye, it could be an illusion, but I might as
The Grateful Dead.
MICHAEL D.A. OGAZON JR.
Mr. Ruth's bio class with Tara's baby, massive
passive, and the famous Root Trip. Peggy's
house parties, Cost parties KGuys and Dolls,
Oklahoma, Anything Goesb. Having three
moons out that night. In English or in French.
"F.U,B. A,H." Benny Hill. GC Wrestling.
"Any love is good love. " by BTO Jaime
MARY ELIZABETH NOWACK
"Ask, and it shall be given you, seek, and
you shall find, knock, and it shall be opened
to you. For everyone who asks, receives,-
and he who seeks, finds, and to him who
knocks, it shall be opened."
Phi Tai Rho, Vermont, Maine, and Antigua
'82, great times with AW, MR, JC, JG, CTITD,
KR, AB, AM, and especially M.T.D. for always
"Some people think it's holding on that
makes one strong. Sometimes it's letting
go. " "You see things that are and ask why
. . .? I dream things that never were and ask
TRACY P. O'CONNOR
Tennis, PTR, great Summer days at ABC and
the LBO dance with Sue and Kim. Fezzy's
Tuesday nights. The best af times with the
best of friends: Liz, Kim, Sue, Patti, Deck,
M.L., JE, LB, JG, and GD.
"Friends to the end"
EDWARD MARCUS O'HARE
Wrestling, soccer, skiing, summer '82, Beach
runs, good times in the Ghia PBR's and Van
Halen, Wango tango. Gagging with great
friends: Scott, Rob, Paul.
"l got one foot out the door"
-- Van Halen
Thanks to my family.
The Attic . . . Mineola Pool . . . Rasta Bowl . . .
Surf sessions at Capri . . . Canodo '81, '82 . , .
Quogue ... The G. House ... Mt,
l'd rather be a free man in my grave than
living as o puppet or a slave.
STEPHEN PAUL OLVANY
Varsity Lacrosse, JV Lacrosse, Alpha Omega
Theta Dietician and Social Chairman, Decent
times with crazy friends and Buddy Wieser,
Conivan Bros., White Lightning ond S,M.H.
Mary had a little lamb, she also had a bear.
l've seen her little lamb but l've never seen
CHRISTOPHER W. OLOTT
Varsity soccer, Nor'Eastern: Euro Tour 81, No-
tional Honor Society, Caddying, Sun and Surf,
The Who, Genesis, Jackson Browne, Spring
Hockey 82, M"A"S"H
The greatest accomplishment is not never
failing, but rising after you fall.
COLIN XAVIER O'NEILL
Football, 8 Rack, Wings Hockey, Lax, Student
Council Vice President, The Who 1Of12f82,
summers in Cutchogue, going to N-P with
Wilbs, good times with TT, T,K., E.S., and P.D,
No mon's knowledge here can go beyond
experience. . .
Much obliged Dad and Mom.
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CARA ELIZABETH OLEKSA
Softball, Bowling, Trojan Club, SCB Ex-
ecutive Board, Honor Society . . . Summers in
Florida. "Great memories with the best of
"Time posses by too quickly my friend,
Good times we've had will soon end. But
the memories will always bind us together in
a special way that will last forever." "Thanks
Mom and Dad. .
Masquers, Key Club, Summer of '81, Pt.
Lookout, Bi Pic pleasures - unforgettable
times with great friends, oth per. w!K.S.,
"Smile now while you're with me Smile now
while I can see cause someday you'll go 6
never know how much l miss you." "lt's the
finest thing in the world to live. Most people
only exist. "
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LISA ANNE ONUFRAK
Swimming, MAST, National Honor Socie-
ty, Jazz Ensemble, Masquers, Track, Key
Club, German Club, Trojan Club, SCB,
Student Exchange to Spain
"Far better is it to dare mighty things, to
win glorious triumphs, even though
checkered by failure, than to live in the
gray twilight that knows not victory nor
Thanks Mom, Dad, and Janine
JAMES JOHNATHAN ORSINI
"Europa, Earths Cry Heavens Smile"
Carlos, Jimi, Jorma, Genesis, Pink Floyd,
Beatles All is changed with time, the
future none can see. A road you leave
behind - ahead lies mystery "Out of
Limits," "The Dega's," "Home Sweet
Shellville, " "Yanablow"
"l get up I get down, " Jon Anderson
LUCY ANN O'TOOLE
Photography, Mast, Great times with
D.C., J.H., AJ., F.L,, C.L., B.M., S.S., M.T.
"To see a world in a grain of sand, and
a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity
in the palm of your hand and eternity in
an hour. "
-- William Blake
Wrestling Capt. 11, 12. Blury times in
Breezy and Texas. Fire at Fidges, Great
Adventure trip, W. Hampton with
Sherm. Times were fun but with A.E.,
Buttons, Harro, J.T., B.S., M.S., J.J., and
Chuncky - They were very special,
Labor Day with Mr. Von. Thanks Fidge.
Senorita, l'm in trouble again.
There must be some misunderstanding.
Good times with A.D,, D.P., J.C., BJ.,
L.D., C.D., California summer '82, La
Jolla beach, fishing in Montauk, fencing
"The only success in life is to do what
you want to do, be what you want to
be, and go where you want to go."
WALTER A. OSTROWSKI I
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JOHN THOMAS PALMER
French Club, Library Aid, T.M., J.K., T.G., J.D.,
. .. LIPR 513, 265, GCB, S.C., Roosevelt
Field, Sunrise Mall, Nassau, B.C., L.Z., "The
ROBERT I. PARK
Summer '82 at Harvard with Mike, Robert,
and especially Debbie.
"Enrich the one life you have to live, never
be content to merely make the best of
Theodore Floyd Adams
"Wish not as much to live long as to live
MICHAEL THOMAS PAMAS
Band, Jazz Ensemble, Hofstra, Commando
Raids, Football games, good times in Germany,
bicycling, hunting, backpacking, skiing,
horseback riding, soccer and the Islanders.
"Life only comes once so take advantage of it
while it's here." "Sometimes I laugh and cry
and can 't remember why, but I still loved those
good times gone by." "l've loved these days, "
WILLIAM EDWARD PETERS
V, JV, Football, V, JV Lacrosse, Good times
with good friends, Bill, Brian, John, Pete,
Stinky, Bob, Bill, and Jim from Breezy.
"Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder
where the years have gone."
THEODORE G. PAPOULAS
Mast, cartooning, trombone, Band Follies.
Fencing, softball, ELP, Studio, Italy "ll Fex 4,"
"l'm so psyched!!" John Kiyasu
"Ya gotta laugh!" Paul Sutter
"Let's break the journey now, let the stress
unload. Talk in confidential terms. Refill the
cup and drink it up, say goodnight and wish
good luck. "
THOMAS MARTIN PETRELLA
Italian Club, Italy '82, Carnavale '81, '82,
Tempus Fugit, 10 Guys, F-F-B-B, dungeoning,
ELP, Yes, Jethro Tull, Who, Billy Joel, "Korn
Evil 9" "II Fex 4"
"l can 't believe the butler did it! "
"So before we end land then begin? a few
more times that I can say l've loved these
,,j P ,,
Excellent times with excellent friends, sum-
mers, Mottituck, concerts, Blue Crew, Hollo-
ween '82, Centereoch, Monhasset night
trips, S100 bill, SHA friends forever, party hor-
dyll, lifetime friend Missy. Thanks Mom ond
"l know we've come a long way, we're
changing day to day, but tell me, Where do
the children play?" - C.5.
LEON R. PIERCE lll
Varsity Soccer, Teom Nor' Eostern, Spring
Wing Ding, WE 2, Smugglers Notch '83,
Deod, Clash, Talking Heods, Elvis Costello,
Kinks, Who, all in '82, Great times with greot
friends, We will survive.
"Life is what you make of it, so make the
verses rhyme and all the pieces fit"
NICOLAS A. PHILIPPIDES
.lV and V Soccer, Europe '61, Southold
Stones '81, The Kinks, R.R.
lnkspots, Students Concerned for the Future
June 12, Rally, Gig at Perry's
"Give peace a chance."
"Musicians make the world more colorful. "
JANICE LYNN POLK
Varsity Soccer, JV Lacrosse, Honor Society,
co-editor of Chantecler, Trojan Club, Student
Council, best of times with the best of 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. "
-W. J. Bryan
PBR Club, Soccer, Wango Tango, Summer of
'82, Senior Kickoff of '82, kegs in Ludie's
room, going to the Von Halen Concert, Mid-
night golfing, and great times with Fred, Pep-
pie, and Sted. Tripping Out. Special Thanks to
my Mom and Dad
Canada '81, SV., M-LR., LG., Smugglers
Notch, S.V., Florida w!Ker, summer nights
w!S.V. at LBC, T.O'C, AA my good friends,
we would all be nowhere without each
"Go real slow, you'll like it more and mare.
Take it as it comes, specialize in having fun.
JV Basketball, Polar Bear Club, football with
M.S., PC., J.J., E.F., Murph, E.M. and Sly, J.M.'s
New Yeor's party, Prom and summer with
CQ., Dad, Island Books, Rumors, The Signers.
"lt takes a strong friendship to have no
jealousy involved, yet it takes the strongest
of friendships to admit that jealousy exists. "
Window shopping, the Christmas Bloomie's
window '82, Celestones, Student Council,
Tracey, The Chop, Doc Borut's camp,
Tanglewood, Summer '82
"What a fate it is to ga through life having
never lived at all. "
of the often quoted
BARBARA S. REINHARDT
Varsity Volleyball, J.V. Softball, rollerskating,
"Choice" times with "choice" friends S,M.,
D.S., C.M., D.B., S.W., Florida '82, 'fBehind
Blue Eyes" summer '81, Reunite parties,
Great Adventure, Laces, Speaks, cruising to
"lf every word I said could make you laugh,
l'd talk forever." Thanx Mom, Pot, Robert,
and Joey. llove you all.
MARY ELIZABETH RASOR
Masquers, J.V. G Var. Tennis, Good times in
Bethel, Maine, Antigua with Al Wil and
L.O.H. Vermont! The Stones in D.C. C.S.N.,
Creeque Alky - M.L.R. Blue Crew, Lunches
wfK.K. Halloween '81 in Albany, Jane
URRR!! Special thanks to the O'Halpins for so
many good times.
"Sail away, away. Ripples never come back
I A I Genesis
PARTICIA S. REINHARDT
Softball, Volleyball, Bowling, Flag Football,
Florida '82, Police concert, Chicago concert,
'83 Artwork, "The Green Limousine," "The
Dip" with S.K., The Great Chases, Spirit Day
Dance, Thumpers, Choice Parties, "Summer
Nights" . . . Great times with great friends!!! '
Fencing, Echo, Track, MAST, lnvictus,
Gedanken and Gefuhle machen
"Not enjoyment, and not sorrow
ls our destined end or wayg
But to act, that each tomorrow
Find us farther than today. "
Mom, Dad, and Atila: Love to Dad's
memory - and our future.
ELIZABETH A. REYNOLDS
Vermont 82, Utah with M.I.H., Great times
with Trents, SOS, PTR, L+A, BO, Thanks to all
my friends, especially, T.O'C., l.B. M.S.
"If you just put your hand in mine, we're
gonna leave all our troubles behind, Gonna
walk and don 't look back."
KATHLEEN MAURA RICE
AKIJA, Tennis, Badminton, AHRC, Summer of
'82, Canada, Annie B. D.C., Good times with
great friends, Francois, Con, Jun, Bran, Coors,
La G.B., K.K.'s house, Connie's, Joe's Gang.
"lf one advances confidently in the direction
of his dreams and endeavors to live the life
which he has imagined, he will meet with a
success unexpected in common hours."
H, D. Thoreau
MARY FRANCES SACKETT
Secretary of Band, outrageous times with
the Lollies: Sonja, Cheryl, Karyn, Deb, Steph,
Billy, Best of friends and times with Alice:
Mass., Jiba at band camp, "Artwork
functions, nights at the A.A.B.C., Reds, skiing,
"Ler's drink a roast to how it was, l've loved
- Billy Joel
- MARY LOUISE ROSATO
l'd like to make a toast to those who've
helped in the making of fond memories
from: Wildwood, Canada, Virginia, the
Prom, many remarkable summers. Here's to
peace, M, Lee and M. Liz, friendship, friendly
strangers, Blue Crew, big cities, Panl-ty's
Gang, the colors, Paulette and family, the
Dead and good ole Brenda.
"Billy, " "Moose"
Concert Band, Band Camp, great times with
B.S., E.L., S.C., J.I., B.B., L.Y., Saturdays, soft-
ball, Honor Society, "Hey!" "What?"
CAROLINE ANNE ROSENSTOCK
"Friendly C" Madrigals, Key Club, Leader
Club Treasurer, International Student Ex-
change, Cathedral Choir England! Ornery
times at R.B. with KW. and K.S. Leisurely
nights with K.S., N.S., E.O., B.L., J.C., etc. Prom
with L.L.L. Decade! Love and thanks to Mom
444 av FZ
Thanks bes riendsf the gre time 41
s tim DSA
"Beauty is only sk deep ur ugly goes rig? I
down to the bone.'
ALICIA REGINA SANDERS
Soccer, Basketball, Softball, SCB, Honor Socie-
ty, MAST, the GISHASI, senior year, Thanks for
the great times, Mary, Kathy, Neda, Vicki,
and everyone else.
"lt's not what life does with you, it's what
you do with life. "
"You will never have any friends until you
are funny." Thanks Falafel
Kickline, Trojan Club, dancing, good times
with special friends, Italy, L.P.'s and M.E.'s
summer houses, summer Twang, Thanks
Mom and Dad.
"Time passes by too quickly my friend,
Good times we've had will soon come to an
end, But memories will always bind us
together, ln a special way that will last
Varsity Volleyball - co-captain, Bowling-
Lightning Strikers, Badminton, Honor Society,
SCB, Prom '82, Sweet Sixteen, Moments with
special friends never to be forgotten.
A special thank you to my parents "Your
guidance and sacrifices today will lead to
my successes of tomorrow. "
THOMAS F. SCHNAPPAUF
"Tom, " "5chnap"
Tennis, lnt. Softball, W. skiing, Capt. s-kickers
Football, Functions in 116, Stanley Cup Fever,
Florida, Floyd Concert Feb. '80, Zep, Floyd,
"We 're just two lost souls swimmin' in a fish
bowl, year after year, running over the
same old grounds,- and have we found the
same ale' fears?"
Thanks Lar, for all your help and advice.
ARLENE MARY SAPANSKI
J.V. Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Council, Tro-
jan Club, To all my friends: Thanks for your
support, love and memories - which l'll
"The best thing in life is free: friendship."
"5MlLE! - always"
P.5. llove you Mom and Dad
Juggling, Polar Bear Club, Tennis, Softball,
Trojan Club, Mathletes, L.Z., Signers - "lt's in
the hole!" and "We are so out of here!"
R.B. ond T.W.'s with C.R., Best of times with
Emo, Friendly, N.S. ond concer with B.L., oth
with Eppi, Summer of '81 . . . Bipic . . ,
Leisures ond pleosures, Pt. Lookout.
The QVGOF thing in this world is not so much
where we stond, os in what direction we ore
Good times with S.D., J.F., ond M.S., Smolley
32, Bus 35, The Who Concert
"Toke the fOOd where the eogle flies -
mon follows where his fortune lies."
Good times with S.C., KM., A.S., M.K.,
S.L., J.K., P.F., J.H., B.F., B.S., V.S., C.G.,
"Fred's gong," Certoin night ot C.M.'s - with
RP., KA., Constont porty ot 8 Westbury,
Anywoys Spring Fling - Interesting
night!! "Unfortunotely . . .! Cory, Kyle," "Por-
ties, porties, portiesl" "lnfotuotion . . . ob-
solutely hopeless." Thonks Dod, J.P., K.P.,
J.S., B.S., E,S.l
Led Zeppelin, Mike, Pete, Billy, Stinky, Billy,
Brion, ond Roy. Borbeques ot Willy's house.
CHEECH MOBILE - Skidmore "SUP!" Bingo?
Speciol thonks to ALL friends especiolly
M.LOU, B.S., olly, M.T,D., A.B., Gollic, K.K.,
Hilde, J.C., L.R., T.D,, Collohon, K.C., T.G.,
M.N., PLS., Vree, Smutely Mottituck, S.H.A.,
Mr. B, Protts, Blew Crew, St. Potricks '82,
Centerreoch Crew, Deod Concerts, 10f30!62
especiolly with C.T., Times with F.G. Surf's up.
Don't dreom it be it Lifetime pol J.P.
Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.
AYY, Conodo, TGA Tragedy, J.S., D.C., B.M.,
A.J., M.T., J.H., C.L., L.O., Halloween '81 Ver-
mont with Dev. Moth wing, Night scene.
"Wild, wild horses couldn't drag me away"
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Ler's remember how lucky we were to gain
such precious knowledge, and I hope that
someday, we may all give of ourselves to
those who are less fortunate than we.
THOMAS L. SILVESTRI
Medicol explorers, Low explorers, Echo,
Riflery, Koroto club, ond ostronomy Club . . .
Skiing in Conodo with Glenn 80, 81, 82, . . . Weekends with friends or Speaks ond other
wild ploces. . .
"Here's to the future may it be as good or
better than the past hos. " l 1
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Z-5 CHARLES SIMUNEK
Auto mechonics, Drik biking, Cors, Stones,
Who, Genesis. M"A"'S"'H Cnot ployb, Coblevi-
sion, Dream: General Motors Cor designer.
SAUNIE MARION SIRCH
Kickline, Field Hockey, skiing with K.F. and
J.C., Band Camp, Prom '82, June 27, 1962,
Martha's Vineyard with D.l3. and M.F,,
special friends, S.H., C.M., A.L., D.F., God
"My friends, as I go through the doors and
face the world l'll always look back through
the window and see your smiling faces. "
BRIAN JAMES SKOLNIK
J.V. Tennis, Golf champion, Islanders, eating,
"Red," all the excellent times with Ken.
"Where have all the good times gone?" "And
someone said Fair Warning, Lord will strike that
poor boy down, Turned from hunted into
hunter, Went to hunt somebody down . . ."
GEORGIA ANNE SKIADAS
' 'Joanne "
We do not remember days, but only
moments. And I will always cherish the
moments with my friends. Love and thanks
to my friends, especially Frances, Jennifer,
Maria, and Michelle, for making hard times
beautiful. A special thanks to my family -
Mom and Dad - I love you
MARY ELLEN SMALLEY
J.V. Badminton, German Club, Italian Club,
water skiing with P.G., good times with J.F.,
M.S., Halloween '80, '81, Smalley party 1, 2,
neighbors, BilI's wedding. Thanks Mom and
"5hower the people you love with love,
Show them the way you feel,
Things are gonna work out fine,
If you only will. "
- James Taylor
A small foreign car reduces your problem at
finding a parking space while it increases
your problem at finding the car. Long live
Rock 6 Rall, Van Halen, Soccer, racing for
pink slips, Trans-Am all the way.
CYNTHIA LEE SMITH
Track - great times with M.E., L.S., and C.H.
"You see a stranger who wonders by
You see a stranger who caught your eye
If that stranger becomes a friend
He could be there til the very end."
President, Turtles, F.A., fish, summers in
Maine, u.p.'s, Shea, basement and K.C., soft-
ball, lsles, Yankees, Student Court, SCB.
"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of lit-
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"one red hen. "
Sports - skiing, swimming, golf, Brian, Bob,
Tom, Ted, Kris, Skiing at Camelback, Thurs-
day night drag races.
"l've seen all good people turn their heads
each day so satisfied l 'm on my way. "
MATTHEW W. STARR
Rock climbing, skiing, mountaineering, Ger-
man Club, All the great times with Mary!!
"l shall pass this way but once. Let me make
the most of each day and never fear to live
as l choose. "
WILLIAM N STUTZMANN
"That which does not kill us makes us
PAUL D. STRATON
Key Club, Bond, Swimming, camping, hiking,
"A smile costs nothing but gives much. lt
enriches those who receive, without making
poorer those who give. lt takes but a mo-
ment, but the memory of it sometimes last
. . to be the you that you want to be . . .
that is success. "
All my love to Flipper, Mary Lou, Fran, Jen-
nifer, Connie, Kathleen, Anne, Lauren, Missy.
Camping, Little Rascals, VSM, Timmy, the
Barn, Red's, Connie's, Gloria!
"You and I possess within ourselves at every
moment of our lives, under all circumstances,
the power to transform the quality of our
Thanks Mom and Dad
Band, ltolion Club, Bond Camp with M,L.,
S.W., M.S., C.M., K.J., and Herman. Jiba at
DAVID CHRISTOPHER SULLIVAN
Spanish Club, LBC, Smugglers Notch, Wrestl-
ing, Spain - summer of '82, the Toy, good
times with the crew.
"5un gonna shine on my back door some
PAUL S. SUTTER
MAST, Studio, Felix and the staff, Cross Coun-
try, Track, Honor Society, J.B.S,H., the Blimp,
Vintner, Joe at the Pier, Greenies on movie
nights, PDQ at Carnegie Hall, Chris and Rag
EY the Point. "I love you - can I borrow
"Life is just full of irony - and then we die. "
-Dan Scollard Cln reference
to m y correspondence?
'God doesn 't believe in me. "
MARY PATRICIA SWEENEY
Cheering, Trojan Club
Reach for happiness . . . it's waiting
Chris - December 12, now and forever
Mom and Dad - one four letter word
seems awfully small to say it all, but
somehow it does, LOVE
MARGARET ANNE SUTTON
England '82, April 7, 1982, The Battle '62
"Hold a place for the human race,
Keep it open wide
Give it time to fall or climb
But let the time decide
Sometimes you wonder
Whats in it for you
But you wait and you see
Hold on, hond out, hold on. "
ROBERT PAUL SWEENEY
' Sween-M achine "
Track, T.S., T.K., T.D., C.S., C.T., J.C., Genesis,
weekend of Oct. 1, 1982 at Red's house.
"Pleasure is more powerful than all the year
of the penalty. "
-J. W. Von Goethe
Trojan Club, Celestones, MAST, council,
Magazine Drive, Field Hockey, Homecom-
ing, football and soccer games. Smiles,
laughing and good times.
"l know l'lI never lose affection, for the peo-
ple and times that have come before. l'll
often stop and think about them . . . in my
life l've loved them all. Thank you Mom,
Dad, and family. I love you.
RANDALL ALLAN TACCHI
.iwockyl U HTH
V. Football, Wrestling, A.C.K. Martial Arts,
GENESIS, Santana, greggo cuda, NHP, Tricia,
Kathy, and Gregg at Pat's house. Daren,
best of friends: T.E., Ferd., Fla. Eagle, GTO,
"You must blaze a trail of your own,
"Visions of angels all around dance in the
sky, leaving me here forever, goodbye."
MARY LUCILLE TANTILLO
"What matters it how far we go?" his sealy
friend replied "There is another shore, you
know upon the other side, The further off
from England, the nearer is to France,- Then
turn not pale, beloved snail, but come and
join the dance. "
- The Mock Turtle
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ROBERT C. TERZI
Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Italy '82,
Holland '88, Computer Core, Italian Club,
Riflery, Senior Project, "s'up?", "mils," A.D.,
M.F., J.5., l.H., D.P., B.5., The Who, Zep,
Heavy Metal, The Chop, Wizards, Cheers,
"l never let school get in the way of my
-- Ben Franklin
JANE BARBARA TESHER
"Go real slow,
You'll like it more and more.
Take it as it comes,
Specialize in having fun."
- James Douglass Morrison
Thanks Mom and Dad, llove you
THEA ROSE TERRANOVA
"Tucker, " "5kareta "
"People say l'm crazy, doing what l'm do-
ing. Well, they give me all kinds of warnings,
to save me from ruin. People say l'm lazy,
dreaming my life away, Well, they give me
all kinds of advice, designed to enlighten
"You ain 't seen the best of me yet."
BRUCE ROBERT THOET
Tennis, Fencing, Kung Fu Club, Chess Team,
Juggling Club, The Who, ELP
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the
world,- the unreasonable man persists in try-
ing to adapt the world to himself. Therefore,
progress depends on the unreasonable
- George Bernard Shaw
KERRY ANNE THOMPSON
Special times with special friends have left
memories that will last forever! Especially
the ones with Tricia.
"Look around and choose Kaur own ground,
For long you'II live and hig you'II fly,
And smiles you'II give an tears you'II cry,
And all you touch and all you see,
ls all your life will ever be."
- Pink Floyd
L,S., .l.T., W.O., Spring Track
Bowling, Band Camp, Chamie Guys -
GCCC, K.F.'s17th - M,E., SK., Goody's class,
Hamptons July 4th, Hornet, Harry O's. Sickest
times with D.B., A.L,, KF., J.B., S.S., will never
be forgotten, neither will RD., we miss you
I know it pays making light of living
tragedies, remember only these, the
ELAINE LOUISE THUMSER
Varsity Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, MAST,
SCB - Executive Board, G.A.A., Trojan Club,
French Club, Summers in the Adirondacks,
traveling, camping, good times with friends,
The Police - 4f22f82, Squeeze -
11f24!82, The Who, College Frat parties,
P.C.'S parties, Spirit Day '82
"These are the best of times."
Thanks Mom, Dad, and the Class of '63
Basketball, Signers, Juggling Club, Polar Bear
Club, water skiing, Houston, summers in
Florida, and sick times with P.C., E.K., J.J., Sly,
E.P., M.M., M.S.,
lt's hard to find true friends who will stand
behind you through everything. l love my
friends: Helen, Athena Spanakos, Liz Wydler,
Vickie Skliris, Christine Kontolefas, Meredith
Hazlemon, Linda Backer, Maryanne
Hergenrother, J.H. teachers.
When I cried you made me laugh, I owe
you my life. Thanks Mom and Dad
CHRISTOPHER JOHN TREBER
"Life is funny, you don't know what is going
to happen rill if does. "
Rick James, Rolling Stones, The Clash, J. Geils
Live for today - tomorrow may never ar-
rive - Saturday afternoons at the O, Reds,
summer of '82, Tuesdays and Thursdays at
Fuzzies, Wingding hockey - Alpha Omega
Theta - Good times with KC., K.D., T.C.,
family sportscar, Great
As each us part our separate ways, we must
never forget youthful days, for at the time
they seem so empty, but in a memory we
LINDA CAROL TSAI
Key Club Recording Secretary, Honor Socie-
ty, Spanish Club, MAST, Guidance Aide,
Spanish Award, Roswell Park Summer
"Today is ours: why do we fear?
Today is ours: we have it here.
Let's banish business, banish sorrow
To the gods belong tomorrow. "
MARIA ELIZABETH TSOUKALAS
J.M.L.B. CJSD2, HBC, pink hair and oil trucks,
Brazen Beasts and Lords, crew, Pamplona
'82, Easter '82, Apehunts and the barnyard.
"The grass ain't greener and the wine ain't
sweeter either side of the hill. "
"Deliver me from reasons why you'd rather
cry - l'd rather fly. "
Special thanks to my parents and friends.
"Remember to let it into your hearts, and
then you can starr ra make it better."
- The Beatles
"We are the music makers, the dreamers of
- A. O.
Great times w!T.D., Sugarbush '82, K.P.,
M.L.R., J.G., SOS, Soccer, O'C.'s, Dalys, L.B.C.,
T.O'C., KP., Fezzy's - Senior Year.
"Why must you waste your life away?
You've got to live for today then let lt go
I I I -- Cat Stevens
Thanks Dad - l love you
MICHAEL A. UMBACH
Rush 2112, to good buds, Degaband, guitar,
after school club.
"All the same we take our chances, laughed
at by time, tricked by circumstances. "
- Neil Peart
WILLIAM JOSEPH VINCIGUERRA
Junior Varsity, Varsity Football, Italian Club,
"Cowards die many times before their
deaths, The valiant never taste of death but
- William .Shakespeare
CHRISTINE MARIE VITA
Great times with the gang: me, Diane, Joe,
Jennifer, Eric, Bennet, and Robg Disco, Uncle
Sam's with Diane during lunch, N.Y.C., Italian
Feast, Unicorns, Aug. 1, Escapes, Fog, Bag,
The City and the Knife . . . Hal . . . Yea! Best
Friends: Diane, Terri, and Joe. Thanks Mom
JILL CHRISTINA WEIGOLD
"dlpper" or "J"
Track, Swim Team, Junior C1 Senior Year,
Summer '82, Ice Cream fight at GC. Pool
with F.D., Great Friends like KA., F.D., M.S.,
B.D., C,P., T.B., R.A., 5.C,, and V,M.
"How strange to think how many friends
where lost somewhere behind. "
Thanks Mom and Dad.
KEITH VON SEELEN
A.P.lI's, Apogee Attic, Turtles, Vt. with B.NV., J.C.,
J.J., Granny, B.S. with B.J., S.S., V.Iax, V. Foot-
ball, Sunday Football, Sump Action, Sully, Bob-
by and the midknights with C.M., Labor Day
functions, Bill's Pub, Plaid Couch, Underwear
Parties, Rowdies l, ll, lll, the toy, S.C. room.
And to my friends - until we meet again, be
fertile and prosper. Thanks Fidge
"Oy" "Oyburger" "Kudzu"
French Pastry Eating Champ, Music, Running,
Ping Pong, Sardines -- Ugh and Pork and
Beans -- Ugh
There is no point in trusting your judgment if
your mind is deceiving you. To understand
the essence of funniness, one must be an
MELINDA JANE VOUGHT
"The path is clear
Though no eyes can see
The course laid down before. And so with
Gods and men
The sheep remain inside their pen, Though
many times they've seen the way to
A.B., F.L., N.G., Ke, llove ya!
CARL AUSTIN WEISS, Jr.
J.V. 6 V Soccer, J,V. C: V Golf, Apogee Club,
Sunday Football League, Nor'Eastern Soccer,
The ATTIC, l4.V., D,S., PM., G.D., C.E., S.C.,
H,P., Hawthorne, Bethel '82, Rowdies l, ll
Always look on the bright side of life . . .
"Fred J. 5taplemann" "Rastie"
Lacrosse, Soccer, PBR Club, Summer of '82,
Senior Kickoff, Kegs in Ludies Room, Tuben it,
Heres a PER to Sted, Boozer G Peppie, Why
am I so Sliced.
"All lneed is a beautiful girl. "
WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER WERBEN
The best years of my life with Brian and
Bruce, Long live the Derelicts Club,
weekends with MB., WC. and R.M., two
championship football seasons, wrestling
and lacrosse, getting away with owing Mr.
D. 100 busters.
"Werben, what's the little boo-boo this
ROBERT P. WIELAND
Acting, Soccer, Football, Baseball, Ice
Hockey, Peanuts, Raiders of the Lost Ark,
Goldie Hawn, Jenny
"This is not the End. lt is not even the beginn-
ing of the End. But is is, perhaps, the End of
the beginning. "
Winston Churchill, 1942
East Hampton, Vermont, Antigua with the
O'HaIpinsg Thanks to great friends for all the
"The best way to know life is to love many
- Vincent Van Gogh -
"When words foil, music speaks"
- Hans Christian Anderson
"Rejoice, Rejoice, we have no choice but to
carry one. .
Good Luck Pat, Kiera, Georgia 6 Melinda.
Thonks for putting up with me ond Magoo.
To my family Thank-You for being out of the
ordinary, I love all of you. Especially my
partner in quest of the beach. - You were
CLAIRE DOROTHY WILLIAMS
Best of times with Debbie, Diana, Kathy,
Kim, Maureen and Amy M. Buschmills -
New Year's Eve '81, "The wall -
D.D.E.M.D,C." Best summer- '52 "Romeo
and E.T." Rick . . . Eisenhower Park 714182,
FrlendIy's, Italian Club. Take care - BB. J.A.
D.B. C.V. E.C.
"Live long and prosper. "
KIERA K. WILLIAMS
Kickline, M.V. - Whot con I soy - "We ore
one, you ond l, together we suffer, together
exist, ond forever will recreote eoch other,"
M.W., AB. N.G,, F.L, There ore few things
more precious in life thon friends like you.
Mom, Dod, Lindo - All my love ond thonx.
LISA FRANCES WILSON
Echo, locrosse, Honor Society, IslonderfMet
gomes, Workin' for the Thursdoys, ond Rush!
A speciol thonlss to my friends for
"Sometimes l lough ond cry ond con't
remember why, but I still love those good
times gone by."
- James Toylor
I love you - Mom, Dod, Lori, Chris
WILLIAM A. WILLIS
V.P. of Turtle Club, F.A,'s ond Fish Club. Nights
ot Sheo. lslonder gomes - M, Good times
ot The Who, OZZY, Von Holen, ond police
concerts. Excellent time ot Gronny's House in
Vt. with KVS, JJ, JC ond Yukon Jock. Fovorite
hongout - Doys ond nights ot Billgs Pub with
the K.F. running ond the ploid couch. Zep-
pelin 41 01 wish in my life would be to see
my mom ogoin.
CONSTANCE DEEN WINTER
' 'C onie- Wonie "
All my love to my friends who helped moke
my H.5. yeors whot they were, especiolly,
Jen, Fron, Bren, J.S., J.K., Espo, Centereoch
crew, "Reds," Mottituck, Comping, "Glorio."
ond the beoutiful memories of Brion S. Love
"Foring thee well, now let your life proceed
by its own design."
DEBORAH ANN WILSON
Success meons something different to eoch
of us. To me it meons self-esteem, which is
the best defense ogoinst gossip, envy, ond
unfoir criticism. It meons the obility to lough
ot yourself ond feel poin when someone is
in trouble. To oppreciote the best in others
ond ocknowledge shortcomings in ourselves
- this is to hove succeeded.
ARTHUR J. WISE
Vorsity Ice Hockey CWingsD, Teom Nor'
Eostern '81 Europeon tour, Voil Colorodo '82
The Groteful Deod, Ailso-Aiko, Shelter lslond,
Good Times With Friends,
"When it is our time to die, let us now
discover Thor we hove not lived. "
SONJA S. WONG
Band V.P., German Club secretary, excellent
times with the Lollies: Deb, Mary, Steph,
Cheryl, Karyn, Barbara, Jiba at Band Camp,
Prom '81, '82, Reds nights at A.A.B.C., night
"Artwork '8C3," Holland '83, The best times
with Eric. My love to Mom and Dad.
"Our memories of yesterday will last a
German Club, Chess Team, Mathletes,
French Club, Key Club, and Juggling
"The other 5heltanaks" Junkleberry shrub is
always a move mauve shade of pinky
russet. " "Forty-two"
- The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Love and thanks to my family, to Mary and
Alicia CGISHAD, Vie, Neda - you're the best!
Great times at R.B. with Caroline. I wish suc-
cess and happiness to the class of '88, and
"No bird soars too high, if he soars with his
own wings. "
- W. Blake
RICHARD ARMEN ZAKARIAN
"Zeke" Of "Ph yzekeu .
G.C.'s Mel Allen, Nor'easterners, S'Kicke Foot-
ball, Met Games, Frat Parties, Walking
Baseball Encyclopedia, Feuding with
Pretefelder and Co., Good times with friends
"Reach for your dream and in whatever
you do, be the best even if others say it is
doubtful. " - Anonymous
Thanks Dad for helping me keep my sanity.
SHERRY L. YEE
Colorguard - Captain, Mast, K.A., L.l3., J.J.,
K.K., Stones Concert, Snicksl, parties,
weekends, summers, Band Camp '81, '82,
Band functions, Fosters, Hoboing, my country
house '80, '82. STPI and ll, memories of great
times with great friends, "Suuure!"
"All l want to know is where does the time
- Grateful Dead
NICHOLAS c. ZOGRAPI-TOSU
Treas. and V.P. of Masquers, Band, swim
team, Russia '82, Greece and Grease,
Thanks Mom and Dad.
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The Closs of 1983 would like to extend its deepest oppreciotion to Mr. Robert Kenney for his
three yeors of odvice ond guidonce os Closs sponsor. We thonk Mr. Kenney first, for his
dedicoted service, ond second, for his enjoyoble ond eosy going personolity, both of which
mode working for the Council o pleosuroble experience.
Willing ond eoger to help the Closs, Mr. Kenney could olwoys be found to offer odvice, both in
ond out of meetings. His guidonce hod o rollying effect on the Council when it wos unsure or
perplexed obout the often difficult motters it foced. Throughout the three yeors, Mr. Kenney hod
o deep understonding of the Council's oljectives ond gove the necessory counsel, but most im-
portontly, he ollowed the Council members the freedom to formulote their own decisions.
There existed o unique chemistry between the sponsor ond the Council. Mr. Kenney's
chorocter occounted for on otmosphere of fun, excitement, ond occomplishment. He blended
very well with the feelings, ottitudes, ond gools of the students.
Under the fine direction ond core of Mr. Kenney, the Closs of 1983 hos grown into one of the
most succgsgul ond energetic groups to poss through the corridors of the Gorden City High
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As the Closs of 1983 wos busy being born, President Johnson wos busy
building up troops in Vietnom. This oct, os well os U.S. involvement in the
Dominicon Republic, produced widespreod onti-wor demonstrotions. The
Voting Rights Act brought more violence: roce riots in the Wotts section of
Los Angeles. On the peoceful side, Dr, Mortin Luther King Jr. morched to
Montgomery, Alobomo in the nome of civil liberties.
1966 brought more violence in the forms of wor in Vietnom ond onti-wor
in the U.S. ln Chicogo, Clevelond, ond other Northern cities there were mo-
jor roce riots. This decode of civil rights revitolized the feminist movement
with the formotion of the Notionol Orgonizotion of Women CNOWD.
Johnson's reforms produced the Medicore progrom.
The Psychedelic movement hit the country in 1967 os the Beotles
releosed their Sergeont Pepper's olbum. Violence continued in the urbon
riots of Detroit, Nework, Rochester, ond Woshington. Thurgood Morsholl
wos nomed the first block to the Supreme Court, os Johnson entered 0
treoty with Britoin ond the Soviet Union promising peoceful use of outer
Violence erupted ogoin in 1968 with the ossossinotions of Dr. Mortin
Luther King Jr. ond Robert Kennedy. There wos o riot ot the Chicogo
Democrotic Convention, ond overseos, North Koreon forces seized the U.S.
Novy Intelligence ship the Pueblo. Nixon's victory over Johnson brought
him foremost into on onti-wor ridden country. Columbio University in New
York City wos token over by the students.
As the U.S. put the first mon on the moon in 1969 ond took . . o giont
step for monkindf' the My Loi mossocre wos reveoled. The youth of
Americo flocked to Woodstock to seek refuge from the Wor. Edword Ken-
nedy hod o bod yeor os the infomous Choppoquidick incident wos
As the Closs of 1983 entered kindergorten in 1970, the Beotles broke up.
The violence of the sixties corried on into the seventies with the Kent Store
Mossocre resulting in the deoths of four students. Cesor Chovez strove for
the rights of migront workers by hunger striking. Nixon's outhorizotion of on
invosion into Combodio sporked further onti-wor demonstrotions. Reforms
were possed in fovor of notionol environmentol protection policies.
Nixon's woge ond price controls of 1971 resulted in the devoluotion of
the dollor by 8752, The 26th Amendment wos possed, lowering the
voting oge to eighteen. Further onti-wor demonstrotions erupted from the
publishing of the Pentogon Popers ond the court mortiol of Lt. Williom
Colley for the My Loi Mossocre,
ln 1972 five men, some of whom were reloted to the Committee to re-
elect the President CCREEPD, were orrested for breoking ond entering the
Democrotic Porty's heodquorters: Wotergote hod begun. The Senote
possed the Equol Rights Amendment which would be defeoted in the
Stores ten yeors loter. At the Winter Olympic Gomes held in Munich severol
members of the lsroeli teom were killed by terrorists. During the Summer
Gomes, Mork Spitz of the U.S. won seven Gold Medols in swimming events.
As the Wotergote scondol continued, Vice President Spiro Agnew re-
signed, ond Gerold Ford reploced him. Resulting from o treoty signed in
Poris, Vietnom releosed U.S. prisoners of wor. The Supreme Court ruling in
the cose of Roe v. Wode forbode the Government to interfere in o
womon's decision to hove on obortion.
The Wotergote scondol reoched its climox in 1974 when President
Richord Nixon resigned, ond Gerold Ford reploced ond pordoned him. The
Supreme Court in the ruling of Milliken v. Brodley refused to order busing
ocross city or district lines. lnflotion wos escoloted by the Arob oil emborgo
The Vietnom Wor ended in 1975, leoving 57,507 Americons deod ond
Copproximotelyb 300,000 wounded. Americon ond Soviet ostronouts
1976 was a victorious year for the U.S. The bicentennial year was
celebrated in New York Harbor by the coming of the Toll Ships. The
Democratic Party returned to the White House as Jimmy Carter and run-
ning mate Walter Mondale defeated Gerald Ford on November 4. The
Olympic Games saw Dorothy Hamill and Bruce Jenner thrust into the spot
light. An oil shortage escalated prices and tempers in the Summer months.
The feminist movement was propelled by the National Woman's Con-
ference in Houston. 1977 saw the deaths of Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby,
and the climax of the Disco Fever with John Travolta in Saturday Night
Fever. The Son of Sam murderer stalked the streets of New York City.
1978 sow the arrival of the treasures of King Tutankhamun at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art and other museums around the nation. The
Reverend Jim Jones' People's Temple in Guyana was almost completely
wiped out by suicides. Hundreds of people died from drinking the cyanide
laced kool-aid which Jim Jones persuaded them to drink in the mass
suicide. President Carter won victories with the Camp David Accords involv-
ing Anwar el-Sadat and Menachem Begin.
When the Shah of Iran left his country in 1979 for an indefinite period of
time, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini took control. The American Em-
bassy in Teheron was seized by Iranian students and sixty Americans were
taken hostage. The Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant molfunctioned
sparking greater controversy over the use of nuclear energy as a power
The American hostages spent 1980 in Iran, the death of the Shah reliev-
ing none of the tension. The Winter Olympics saw Eric Heiden and the U.S.
Hockey Team win gold medals, the hockey teom's victory over the Soviet
Union team bolstered American nationalism. Mount St. Helens erupted
spewing volcanic ash over a wide area, causing landslides, and resulting in
several deaths. 1980 saw Ronald Reagan victorious at the polls, and the
space shuttle Columbia return safely from its first mission, bolstering na-
tionalism once again. The year in which the Class of 1983 entered high
school was the year after which the Beatles would never get back
together. John Lennon was shot and killed in New York City.
The hostages in Iran were released minutes after President Reagan took
office, as a final humiliation to Jimmy Carter. A few months into office,
President Reagan was shot by John Hinkley who would later be acquitted
because of insanity. Pope John Paul ll was also seriously wounded in an
assassination attempt. The third assassination attempt was successful as
Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat was killed while viewing a military
parade. Socialism came to France as Francois Mitterrond was elected presi-
dent. The Solidority Union was abolished in Poland, and leader Lech
Walesa imprisoned. Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman to
serve on the Supreme Court. Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer were
married in "the Wedding of the Century."
President Reagan introduced "new federalism" and Reaganomics.
Unemployment rose to a post-Depression high of 10.92. Nucleor arms pro-
tests were many, culminating in the July 12 rally in New York City. Britain
was troubled by the Falkland island crisis, and pleased with the birth of
Prince William. Two famous stars of the screen, Henry Fonda and Grace
Kelly died, Princess Grace in a tragic automobile accident. Soviet leader
Leonid Brezhnev also died, and Yuri Andropov took over control of the
Soviet Union. Medical history was made in the U.S. when Dr. Clark received
the first heart transplant. President Reagan lost several battles in '82 at the
polls as well as with his MX missile plan. The drinking age in New York State
was raised to 19 years.
By far, the most directly influential event in 1988 was our graduation
from high school. Some of us had been together from kindergarten on, but
now we would each go our separate ways and start anew, new people,
new places, new ideas. Good luck to the Class of 1983.
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CLASS CDF 1984
114 - Mr. Bruni
Acer, Morgoret, Brown, Jocquelin, Buckrnon, Micheol
Buckrnon, Gregory, Burke, Ann Morie, Burns, Jomes, Corsey
Elizobeth, Corter, Anne, Cerosulo, Joon, Chionese, Jennifer,
Chisholm, Jeonnine, Christensen, Suson, Clork, Micheol
Clowery, Nicole, Comos, Fronk, Coniglio, Liso, Conzo, Solvotore
Cook, Elizobeth, Cosgrove, George, Cosmos, Peter, Creotore
Suzonne, Crofton, Kerin, Floherty, John, Horrfield, Kerry
Hughes, Eveleen, Jensen, Scott, Peterson, Stocio, Skrocki
108 - Mr. Bennetter
Aloirno, Vincent, Alden, Kenneth, Allegro, Morio, Anernone,
Andrew, Anderson, Doyno, Anziono, Louis, Areno, Rochel,
Ascher, Stephen, Beck, Jomes, Becker, Lee, Bellrner, Adrienne,
Berkowitz, Gregory, Bici, Andreo, Blonk, Jennifer, Boddicker,
Christine, Bogort, Gobrielle, Cloyton, Loretto, Brennon, Kimber-
ly, Brennon, Potricio, Brown, Thomos, Cortelli, Adrionne,
Coshmon, Mouro, Gillett, Corol, Hecken, Philip, Mortin, Cornelio,
Mulroney, Motthew, Sirnpson, Mortin, Thomosino, Donold,
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124 - Mr. Weinlondt
Becker, Suson, Brio, Poul, Coulter, Potrick, Domonte, Anne,
Deokens, Corlo, Debe, Peter, Dehler, Toro, DeLorrne, Monica-
DeRoddo, Virginio, DeSontis, Thereso, DeVries, Lindo, Dohn
Potricio, Donovon, Elizobeth, Donelon, Froncis, Doolittle, Mork-
Duel, Gorth, Dumos, Borboro, Dunklernonn, Poul, Eckno
Richord, Heoley, Kotherine, Hughes, Eileen, Lipori, Peter, Mc-
Corthy, Koren, McLoughlin, Cotherine, Melkonion, Kenneth'
Messino, Edno, Munnelly, Keith, Rhodes, Suson, Robinson
Jonice, Winski, Christopher 4
125 - Ms. McAteer
Apreo, Stephon, Ersleine, John, Esposito, Scott, Folvey, John, For-
rell, Potricio, Foy, Noncy, Fierro, Gionno, Finegon, Thomos, Ford
Elizobeth, Freemon, Rhondo, Friderichs, Lynn, Furey, Sheilo
Gollogher, Alexondro, Gorber, Buckley, Georgi, Christion
Gewert, Jomes, Ghilogo, Artes, Giordono, Geoffrey, Gowon
Doniel, Groefing, Robert, Gront, Jomes, Gupto, Ajoy, Hodge
Cossondro, Mortinez, Corol, Motheu, Jomes, Merritte, George
Richmond, Soroh, Schulmon, Joson, Spillone, Deidre
128 - Mr. Costellono
Bortul, Micheol, Flynn, Arthur, Fogorty, Morleen, Homilton, Ken-
neth, Heoney, Corolyn, Judson, Pionold, Keefe, Joseph, Kelly,
Jomes, Kelly, Peter, Kempf, Williom, King, Bloir, Klein, Douglos,
Kontolefos, Stothis, Kreig, Timothy, LoMonico, Virginio, Lorsen,
Koren, Loshen, Edword, Lowder, Elizobeth, Leder, Williom,
Leone, Annemorie, Liberotoscioli, Donno, Lucono, Toro, Lynch,
Kelly, Mocchio, Suson, Mojdon, Donno, Moroney, Koren,
Morelli, Dione, Mundy, Timothy, Ostrowski, Jill
127 - Mr. Mozorese
Adoms, Mory, Diller, Kevin, Dougherty, Seon, Forrell, Kimberly
Foley, Tricio, Fusco, Potricio, Gommoge, John, Gront, Koren
Grosso, Kimberly, Grupp, Joon, Hoight, Jeno, Hebron, George
Hogon, John, Hudson, Hubert, lnglesby, Andrew, lngrossio
Joseph, Joenichen, Steven, Joworski, Andreo, Johnson, Korin
Jones, Borboro, Kelly, Denise, Kiernon, Jonice, Kirby, Melisso
Koprowski, Gino, McCorthy, Doniel, Moyer, Kristin, Posquole
Liso Pizzo, Soutor, Christopher
132 - Mrs. Lynn
Dooher, Jock, Gons, Anne, Joghob, Joonn, Lewis, Dorrin, Lorren
son, Dovid, McBride, Angelo, McQuode, Lourie, Mock, Monico
Moggio, Joseph, Mogoulios, Jonothon, Moier, Robert, Mollis
Deon, Moloney, Eileen, Mosiello, John, Meyer, Christine, Mid
dleton, Kimberly, Mulligon, Ann, Mullin, Brendo, Murphy
Christine, Murphy, Kimberly, Murphy, Lowrence, Neiro
Jeonette, Polssimo, BUon, Pinemon, Louro, Rotolo, Allison
Schoff, Williom, Schulmon, Bennett, Schulmon, Eric
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140 - Ms. Braunstein
Borzillei, Andrew, Browne, Alison, Conner, Donald, Conserva
Vincent, Corwin, Candice, Darcy, Barbara, Dolan, Eileen, Du-
Pont, Maria, Mulford, Christopher, O'Leory, Glen, Palladino
Robert, Panarella, Adam, Peretz, Craig, Perez-Vega, Jose
Pratt, Thomas, Quigley, Micheal, Ramos, Peter, Rego-Monteiro
Atila, Santangelo, Thomas, Santangelo, Valerie, Scarpino
Sylvia, Schauf, Catherine, Scolpino, Nancy, Seaman, Rebecca
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138 - Mr. Richards
Burke, Patrick, Christofides, Angelo, Daly, Paul, DiGaetano,
Robert, Dwyer, Robert, Goldsmith, Stacie, Hayes, Joseph,
Huhta, Susan, Koconas, Timothy, Morano, Thomas, Moreno, An-
drew, Noonan, Joyce, Nystrom, Frederick, Oguzhan, Sally,
Olds, Robert, Ottaino, Anthony, Pagonis, Thomas, Palmieri,
Carolyn, Patten, Marie, Perico, Linda, Quinlin, Barbara, Quinn,
Cathleen, Rapuano, Valerie, Regan, Elizabeth, Rogowski,
Denise, Thompson, Christopher, Torroella, Maria, Woulfe,
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Segal, Stephanie, Sciliano, Linda, Sirkin, Carolyn, Smith, Donna
163 - Mrs. Blitz
Burden, Susan, Campbell, Robert, Dewey, Diane, Giarraputo,
Christopher, Grill, Adam, Harding, Philip, Luneburg, Keith,
Macht, Jerome, Moringiello, Gabrielle, Murillo, Mario, Murphy,
Helen-Marie, O'Brien, William, Ogazon, Paul, Peak, Carol,
Rogowski, Julia, Sauer, Catherine, Steblai, Daniel, Sutcliffe,
George, Sweeney, Richard, Tesoro, Charles, Tetro, Paul,
Thayer, Donald, Vakalopoulos, Vickie, Vicory, Barbara, Walker,
Maureen, Weekes, Elizabeth, Weekes, Jennifer, Weidner, Mary
150 - Mrs. Maher
Bahlke, William, Belger, Mary, Benevenia, Lenore, Calamari,
James, Carney, James, Collins, Stacy, Costello, James,
Dillmeirer, Elizabeth, Helmus, Christopher, Johnson, Sarah,
McDonough, Paul, Napolitano, Nina, Noonan, Mary Beth,
O'Conner, Lorraine, Poole, Layre, Rice, Catheline, Schlange,
Paul, Schreir, Donald, Sheets, Erik, Spanos, Peter, Spata, Ellen,
Spirakis, Alexandra, Stahel, Mark, Stafford, Jeanne, Stankewick,
Walter, Stasco, Caryn, Sullivan, Jennifer, Sweeney, Ann Maria,
Tobin, Timothy, Weekes, Julia
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174 - Ms. Visentin
Cowie, Marla, Dalton, Stephen, Jaghab, Janice, McConnell
Timothy, Macaluso, Joseph, Milazzo, Paul, O'Neill, Kara
Roellig, Martha, Sacca, Maryanne, Schiebel, John, Schmitt, Eric
Seery, James, Selsas, Nicholas, Semmes, Benjamin, Sutton
Susan, Sweeney, Monica, Tejani, Cena, Telfeyan, Jennifer, Tor-
torello, Giannine, Tsai, Teresa, Turchiano, Michele, Vermaelen
Philip, Walker, Robert, Wardlaw, Christopher, Wieland
Stephen, Weiss, Gretchen, Wren, Lauris, Young, Maureen, Zapf
173 - Mr. Pollock
Curtin, Peter, DeAngela, Frank, Dolan, Deborah, Ducey
Deborah, El-Dada, Lorena, Elverud, Lisa, Engels, Susan
Eschmonn, Alison, Fitzpatrick, Mary Beth, Fonseca, Lawrence
Haeffner, Peter, Hall, Mary, Halloran, Jean, Hanley, Moira
Heavey, Anthony, Heenan, Margaret, Jenson, Suzanne, Miller
Kerry, Paksima, Suzanne, Reinhardt, Robert, Renouard, John
Reuper, Steven, Russell, Kathleen, Scorpino, John, Shuart
William, Smitten, Steven, Steen, George.
CLASS OF 1985
106 - Mr. Sonander
Borelli, Philip, Conway, Richard, Cutrane, Ralph, Daly, Gerald
Dundon, James, DuPont, Barbara, Egan, Kenneth, Esposito
Laura, Fitzpatrick, Micheal, Fogarty, Mary Ellen, Hagerty, Peter,
Heitmann, Jeannine, Kelly, Bridget, King, Dana, Lang, Diane,
Leung, Gregory, Loeffler, Gwen, LoPresti, Andrew, McCut-
cheon, Thomas, McDougal, Danielle, Moringiello, Thomas,
Natoli, Lisa, O'Connell, Neil, Outcault, Elizabeth, Peper, Harold,
Rochford, Micheal, Rossi, Patricia, Sacca, Joseph, Saito, Yurika-
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143 - Mrs. McCavitt
Barletta, Lisa, Barron, Patricia, Bennett, Peter, Bertovich,
Catherine, Brandeweide, Jeanne, Brennan, Tracy, Brown, Neil,
Burchill, Mark, Cosola, Mary, Crouchely, Peter, Dolan, Allison,
Dolan, Ellen, Dopman, Carol, Egan, Moira, Fennessy, Deidre,
Fuller, John, Grant, Barbara, Heaney, Mark, Hegeman, Gail,
Maran, Sean, Matheu, Marcia, Montana, Roberto, Murray,
Maryanne, Nelson, Douglas, Nowack, Andrew, Rapuane,
Joseph, Regan, James, Smerechniak, Danial, Tacchi, Mary
Lynne, Zografos, Anthony
165 - Mrs. McCauley
Alseson, Nancy Ann, Coleman, Mark, Delaporte, Andre, Dom
Ingo, Emmanuel, Dunne, Charles, Guerrasio, Christine, Hart-
mann, Barbara, Hester, Peter, Lake, Stephanie, Lazarakis
Ameilia, Lipuma, John, McCoyd, Cara, McDougnah, Kevin
McMahon, Maura, Miller, Christine, Moody, Kenneth,l Nessler,
Scott, Pavia, Keith, Pennachia, Amy, Pfeiffer, Katherine
Piscopo, Susan, Riccio, Lisa, Santos, Joseph, Schneider, Carol
Schwalenburg, Kathy, Speres, Constantine, Stafford, Micheal,
Stankewick, Edward, Trocchia, Joseph, Wardlaw, Robert
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162 - Mr. Goodwin
Basile, Paul, Bauso, Gregory, Blanco, Sally, Bracco, Suzanne
Campbell, Celeste, Cerwinski, John, Clarke, Deborah, Clifford
Cynthia, Coakley, Cathleen, Fahys, Diana, Ferraro, Carmine
Garrett, Karl, Gergely, Peter, Gillan, Thomas, Hamad, Giselle
Krawchuls, Barbara, Kwee, Yani, Less, Sigahl, Lillis, James, Lund
quist, Erik, Martinez, Jose, Michelson, William, Mullahey, Peter
Myslik, Wayne, Orff, Edward, Riggers, Jonathon, Scarantino
Patricia, Spirakis, Spiro, Vollmer, Jennifer, Vought, Amanda
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176 - Mr. Regan
Burton, William, Butz, John, Caccamo, Joseph, Carey, Jennifer,
Collucci, Suzanne, Comas, Claire, Conte, Andrea, Corado,
Adam, Craig, Gerald, Farrell, Jennifer, Giarraputo, Amy, Haff-
ner, Daniel, Hiller, Scott, Kessell, Gregory, Layton, Andrew,
Lehner, Werner, Lincks, Laura, Masi, Alexandria, Mather, Daisy,
Moran, Keith, Munro, Allison, Prime, Gregory, Samaan, An-
drew, Sanders, Katherine, Sullivan, Brian, Testa, Stephan,
Viogianitis, Stephanie, Watson, Carrie, Yun, Anne
203 - Mrs. Walsh
Alden, Darrin, Andrea, Michael, Annunizata, Dawn, Barrette,
Kristine, Bermel, Thomas, Buttafuoco, Jean, Chang, Jeffrey,
Cowie, Paul, Crowley, John, Duffy, John, Hanrahan, David,
Haridopolos, Christopher, Kelly, Andrea, Luhmann, Eric, Maggi,
Christina, Martinez, Deborah, Mercier, Gregory, Miller, Edgar,
Munnelly, Sean, Rocco, Daniel, Schiraldi, Susan, Seo, Susan,
Stahel, Suzanne, Susinjara, Rosemary, Typermass, Laurie
Vaughn, Christopher, Werben, Donna, Wrobel, Carrie
207 - Mr. Badger
Baker, Timothy, Chen, Wendy, Cini, Richard, Cisneros, Mary
Beth, Durand, William, Griffith, Robert, Gururaja, Chandrika,
James, Elizabeth, Lavelle, Mary Katherine, Leshkowich, Ann-
marie, Logan, Patricia, Lundie, Elizabeth, McKenzie, Henry,
McVeigh, Lisa, Malkus, Carol, Martin, Gregory, Miller, Christina,
Morter, June, Nova, Susan, O'Shea, Nicole, Plass, Sylvia, Rose,
Micheal, St, Jacques, Mary, Schaff, Kenneth, Sideris, Christopher,
Trenkle, Robert, Vierling, Christine, Wittecls, Christine
206 - Dr. Turkel
Barbagallo, James, Brisotti, Keith, Cristo, Micheal, Delany
Patricia, Giacoponello, Christine, Haefner, Kimberly, Hart
Cathleen, Kelton, Ryanne, Kreig, Micheal, McCabe, Kathryn
Mesloh, James, Moore, Stephanie, Morra, Susan, Musante
Mark, Newman, Barbara, Olcott, James, Orr, Karen, Palmer
Mary, Paterakis, Christine, Peterson, Christopher, Phillips, Ed
ward, Phillips, Robert, Quinn, John, Ramos, Jacqueline
Rogowski, Yvonne, Sarno, Mary, Sweeney, Patrick, Valvano
Micheal, Wakashima, Satoru
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210 - Dr. Truncale
Canzoneri, Janice, Corroon, Courtney, Drivas, Jennifer, Duffy
Katheleen, Dworsak, Scott, Fecht, William, Finnerty, Randall
Globeftfelt, Sarah, Helmus, Jodell, Irwin, Gerald, Keane
Christopher, Lathem, William, Losee, James, Loucks, Susan
Lucano, Ralph, Lyster, William, McManus, Veronica, Maier
Thomas, Mannix, Daniel, Morfogen, Stratis, Muller, Kristina, Pen-
taleri, Diane, Riedel, Janette, Rosato, Rosemarie, Ryan, James
Salt, Andrew, Weeden, David, Wise, James, Zakarian, Lora
212 - Mr. McCabe
Bortholomew, Jeon, Borelli, Ursulo, Cobono, Sylvio, Cuello,
Corlo, Dolon, John, Dolon, Moureen, Dowling, Potrick, Driscol,
Christino, Flynn, Deidre, Gobol, Williom, Gombordello, Liso
Heoney, Seon, Jensen, Britto, Korcher, Edword, Krupico, i
Michoel, Liggio, Morc, Mollon, Potrick, Meyer, Toro, Murphy,
Potricio, Porrin, Moryonne, Peel, Leslie, Pierce, Seon, Repetto,
Christopher, Sconlom, Jennifer, Sceles, Lindo, Sethi, Dimpy,
Simori, Stocy, Zimulis, Arnold
214 - Mr. Stuckey
Apreo, Louis, Bick, Lucindo, Bryont, Gregory, Connolly, Suson
Crofo, Morgret, Cumming, Lindo, Curron, Potricio, Dovis, Moiro
DeFilippis, Fronls, Fostenuo, John, Flynn, Potricl-s, Horrington, Jill
Kirby, Alexondro, McCorthy, Lee, Middleton, Christopher
O'Connell, Morls, Peppord, Christopher, Poole, Wendy, Popf
inger, Fronk, Preston, Williom, Rechner, Theodore, Rice
Elizobeth, Stobile, Thereso, Triolo, Donold, Trusdole, Peter
Vinols, Anthony, Wilderrnith, Robert, Yee, Coleen, Yellen
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Throughout our years at the High School a large por
tion of our extracurricular time was consumed by the vast
number of actlvlties provided by and for us Looking back
we must remember this great abundance of activities rang
ing from the benevolent Key Club to the school spirited
Trojan Club to the time consuming and newly established
Juggling Club to the cosmic Astronomy Club. Thanks to
these activities the High School is and will remain among
the more fond memories of our youth.
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Sitting: D. Fontaine, P. Caccamo, C. O'Neill, R. Jordan, J. Calabro, H. Blairy. Standing: Dr. Tarrou, M. Mack, K. Decker, M. Kruysman, J.
Dehler, T. Burchill, K. VonSeelen, T. Daly.
ln the past 200 years, the Student Council has developed from barbaric origins into what is now a self-
supporting intellectual establishment. Part of this progress is attributable to the incessant dedication of its
members. Theodore Dreiser best illustrated the qualities of a student representative in his diminutive essay
"My Life in a Pollen Tube." Through it he elaborated on the "malignant discrepancies that divide mankind
between good and evil." These immortal words have reverberated through the minds of the members of
the 1982-83 Student Council, and they have served as a guideline and symposium by which much of the
year's policies have been initiated. This year's council, often jocularly referred to as the "Menagerie," raised
over S4100 for John Hannon Jr., a recent graduate stricken with cancer. This fundraiser ranks as the most suc-
cessful ever in our school. Other charitable projects included a Muscular Dystrophy Bike-a-thon, visits to our
local hospital and school for disabled children, donations to UNICEF, and the adoption of 27 goldfish. Student
activities were heightened by a Halloween Dance, Winter Wonderland, Spring Fling, a classic GO. assembly,
the annual lighting of the Christmas tree, and weekly cocktail parties. The council's success in many ways can
be compared to the elongation of a FOOT tip, growth depends on both the nurturing and development afford-
ed by time, effort, and dedication.
Sitting: Tracy Daly - Secretary, Janet Calabro - Treasurer, Denise Fon- The Student Council would also like to thank Manny for all his support.
taine - Parliamentarian. Standing: Paul Caccamo - President, Dr. Tarrou,
Collin O'Neil - Vice President.
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Sitting: B. Newmon, T. Stois, A. Eschmonn. Stondlng: Dr. Dolon, Mr. Allen.
The Discipline Committee is o bronch of the od-
ministrotion thot reviews the behovior of students
who hove occumuloted on excessive number of
demerits. The Boord consists of student represen-
totives from the Senior Closs ond Foculty members,
with Mr. Allen os choirmon. The Committee mokes
recommendotions to Mr. Lowder obout the course
of oction to be followed in deoling with the future
behovior of students.
Sitting: D. Dodd, J. Krebs, J. Colobro. Standing: M. A. Sweeney, C. Sirkin, T. Doly, T. Foley.
The Student Court consists of three student justices,
one odministrotivejustice, one focultyjustice, ond one
clerk. Student justices ore oppointed by the Student
Council President, ond rotified by the Student Council.
Students who wish to oppeol o penolty for infroction of
school rules moy submit o brief to the Court exploining
why the penolty should be reduced or removed en-
tirely. Typicolly, o studentjustice investigotes the cose,
ond ofter discussion, o decision is mode ot the follow-
ing meeting of the Court. The constitutionolity of
legislotion possed by the Student Council moy olso be
chollenged before the Student Court.
The Mogozine Drive, o mojor fund roising octivity,
returns forty percent of the mogozine soles price to the
school os well os rewording students who sell subscrip-
tions with tongible gifts such os comeros ond rodios.
Eoch yeor S1000 is turned over to the Student Council
ond the remoinder of the money is divided omong
the three closses bosed on the percentoge of soles
eoch closs turned in. The drive is orgonized ond con-
ducted by o committee ofjunior ond senior girls, ond is
sponsored by Dr. Decker.
STUDENT CITIZENSHIP BCDARD
Seniors ond Juniors, selected on the
bosis of teocher recommendotions,
work directly with Mr. Lowder in the doi-
ly operotion of the school building. They
moy be seen in oction eoch period dur-
ing the school doy, before homeroom,
ond ot night on speciol occosions, os
they work on the student ottendonce
ond disciplinory system in the moin ond
ottendonce offices. Members of the Ex-
ecutive Boord supervise the doily
operotion of the squod os well os ossist
one ofternoon o week ofter school.
Sitting: A. Few Standing: A. Fewmore
Orgonized in 1935, the Gorden City Chopter of
the Notionol Honor Society recognizes students
who demonstrote scholorship, service, Ieoder-
ship, ond chorocter. Originolly just on honor, the
Honor Society hos developed into o service
orgonizotion, sponsoring such events os Senior
Citizens' Doy. The Honor Society olso supervises
the honor roll, sends congrotulotory notes, ond
provides 0 tutoring service.
Under the direction of sponsors Mr. Slocombe
ond Mr. Moloney, this yeor's 37 members in-
cluding the officers: Ed Forrell - President, Elliot
Cose - Vice-President, Bethy Nowock -
Secretory!Treosurer, Jone Mocyko - Honor Roll
Choirmon, ond Mory Kruysmon - Honor Roting
Choirmon, hope to oct os exomples of scholor-
ship ond Ieodership ond stimulote the desire to
Sitting: A. Chong, M. Sontongello, C. Olesko, K. Buschmon, P. Gieseke, L. Tsoi, J. Polk, K. McLoughlin, M. Sutton,
Liso O., S. DeSoye. Stondlng: M. Tsoukolos, J. Kiyosu, M. Kruysmon, B. Dousch, J. Borbogollo, L. Melkonion, A.
Gitelmon, Mr. Slocombe, E. Forrell, E. Cose, P. Sutter, L. Wilson, K. Wydler, A. Sonders, B. Goldsmith, J. Mocyko.
There ore lots ond lots of Trojon Club members
First Row: C. Sirkin, L. Onufrok, L. Wilson, C. Gillon, A. Keefe, B. Compbell, M.
Coshmon, A. Cloncy. Second Row: P. Curry, P. Geisike, D. Dodd, T. Doly, M. P.
Sweeney, Mr. White, M. A. Sweeney, M. Heoly, D. Kelly, B. Lowder, D. Dittrich.
The Trojon Club's purpose ond gool is to encouroge porticipo-
tion in school octivities ond promote school spirit. With more
thon one hundred members it is one of the lorgest clubs in the
school. Principol octivities include the plonning ond corrying out
of Homecoming, including the Girls Flog Footboll Gome,
Porode, Alumni Reception, ond Homecoming Queen Election.
Spirit Doy, Movie Night, ond selling refreshments ot bosketboll
gomes olso keep the mony members octive. This yeor the Club
sponsored the showing of the film Fame.
The Girls Flog Footboll Gome, begun by the Trojon Club four
yeors ogo, wos o mojor success os the Seniors rollied in the
fourth quorter to win 26-25.
This yeor's officers ore:
Presidents: Moryonne Sweeney ond MoryPot Sweeney
Vice-President: Andy Cloncy
Treosurer: Dede Dittrich
Secretory: Morylee Heoly
Historion: Trocy Doly
Publishers: Corolyn Sirkin ond Anne Keefe
There ore mony members of the Key Club
The Key Club, o community service orgonizotion, is one of the
schooI's lorgest clubs. Consisting of 120 octive members, the Key Club
strives to old the community, school, ond vorious chorities. This yeor's
projects included o cor wosh, popcorn selling during footboll gomes, the
Turkey Trot, building o new floot, o Christmos porty or o doy core center,
VoIentine's Doy cornotion sole ond the Mother's Doy Poncolse
Breolsfost, os well os other octivities. This yeor's officers ore:
President- Poulino Bren
Vice President- Poul Stroton
Recording Secretory - Lindo Tsoi
Minute Secretory - Bonnie Goldsmith
Treosurer - Jim Beck
Sorgeont-ot-Arms - Gorth Duel
Foculty Advisor- Dr. Torrou
Sitting: A. Chong, M. Rego-Monteiro, L. Wilson, K. McLoughlin, B. Pork, J. Folvey, M. Sontongello. Standing: W. Adoms, T. Chong, B Seomon D Lopez M
Quinn, W. Myslik, G. Mocyko, L, Onufrok, J. Kiyosu.
Echo, the school newspoper, is o student-run poper thot is
supported by the GO. ond revenues roised through odver-
rising. Becouse it operotes independent of the school's od-
ministrotion, the poper is uncensored, thus ollowing the stoff
to oddress whot they feel ore the concerns of the students.
All the plonning is done by the editors, who use the recom-
mendotions mode by the odvisor, Mr. Robert McGowon,
ond others. Echo is published opproximotely ten times o
yeor, ond distributed free to oll students ond foculty.
This yeor's editoriol stof-f is:
Editor-in-chief: Koro McLoughlin
News Editor: Robert Pork
Editoriol Editor: Morcos Rego-Monteiro
Feorures Editor: Andrew Chong
Sports Editor: Liso Wilson
Business Monoger: Morionne Sontongelo
Photo Consultontz John Folvey
Advisor: Mr. Robert McGowon
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L. to R.: B. Thoet, L. Yuter, Mr. Pollock, J. Deon, J. Kiyosu, J. Geroci.
The A-V Squod, under the strong leodership of
Mr. Jomes McAleese, provides oudio-visuol
equipment, which includes projectors, record
ployers, ond the like, to the teochers of the
school. Instruction of students ond teochers in the
use of moteriols for the clossroom is olso o func-
tion ofthe squod.
Sitting: A. Keefe, J. Moher, S. Goldsmith, S. Christionson, E. Dolon. Standing: R. Zockorion, F. Donelon,
Mrs. Moher, J. Mosterson, L. Fennessey, V. Borelli.
The Gorden City Chess Teom, under the inspir-
ing leodership of Mr. Williom Pollock, hos suc-
cessfully odvonced to the ployoffs in eoch of its
five yeors. The teom, comprised of o
remorkobly heterogeneous group of individuols,
competes with the finest teoms in Nossou Coun-
ty, often with spectoculor results, Co-coptoins ore
Bruce Thoet ond John Kiyosu, obly supported by
Lowrence Yuter, Christopher Mulford, ond John
L. to R.: T. Zogrophos, G, Cosgrove, M. Buckmon, W. Loshen, D. Lewis, P, Doolittle, P. Dunklemon, C.
The Chefs Club is o rother smoll group of
students who ore oll very interested in culinory
orts, Their octivities include severol boke soles
throughout the yeor, The delicious snocks con
usuolly be purchosed in the morning in front of
The Germon Club enobles students to experience Germon
culture ond food through vorious sociol octivities. Such octivities
stort with the Oktoberfest ot Eisenhower Pork ond end with the
onnuoi beoch porty. Other octivities this yeor include the
building of our Homecoming floot Co 4 foot round soccer bollD,
porticipoting in the porode, our Christmos porty, going to on Ar-
rows soccer gome, o Germon restouront trip, skiing, etc. Mony
thonlss to Herr Guddot, our sponsor, for helping us throughout
Viel Vergnugen CHove funb.
This yeor's officers ore:
President: Potti Gieseke
Vice-President: Jockie Krebs
Secretory: Sonjo Wong
Treosurer: Keith VonSeelen
First Row: M. Kruysmon, K. Jeoger, L. Ludemonn, C. Miller, S. Wong, H. Sockett, B. Sockett, S. Clousen, C. Mercier, B. Nicols, A. Girl. Second Row K McKenzie M
Smolley, P. Gieseke, K. Buschmon, D. Hutchinson, K. Von Seelon, A. Kid, T. Gillon, A. Kid. Third Row: J. Grupp, Y. Saito, Mr. Guddot, Y. Kwee, P. Coccomo S Veivengle
J. Fostenou, P. Bren, J. Poe, J. Anderson, J. Smith, J. Fostenou, E. LeCompte, B. Peters, M. Holl, T. Geroci.
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The purpose of the ltolion Club is to brooden the underston-
ding of the itolion culture by exposing the students to mony
leorning experiences vio the multitude of octivities offered.
ln the 1982-1983 scholostic yeor, members enjoyed vorious
porties, excursions to New York City, itolion films, fund roisers,
picnics, ond mony other beneficiol octivities. Thonks to octivity
sponsor, Mr. Mozorese, students were given the opportunity to
embork on o journey into ontiquity, spending Eoster Vocotion
CApril 19825 touring ltoly.
president goverio A, loconis The club would olso like to thonk this yeor's officers,
Co-Vice Presidents: Tom Petrello ond Morio DiNotole
Co-Treosurers: Donny Preziosi ond Thereso DeSontis
Secretory: Donno Liberotoscioli
Sociol Choirmonz Anne Domonte
1st Row: D. Liberotoscoli, D. Preziosi, M. DiNotole, T. Petrello, S. loconis, A. Domonte, T. DeSontis. 2nd Row: Sophomores, R. Terzi, I. M. Suove, Mr. Mozorese, N. Simori, G.
Ferroro, E. Messina, K. Quinn, E. Hughes, Cute Smile. Grd Row: I. Drink, L. Piscopo, L. El Dodo, B. Vicory, J. Telfeyon, G. Koprowski, M. Cowie, P. Milozzo, M. Holl, W.
Adoms. 4th Row: W. E. Loveguys, J. Moggio, M. Molerbo, B. Vinciguerro, M. Rego-Monteiro, J. Kiyosu, V. D'AIessondro, T. Popoulos, M. Genberg, K. Gront.
The French Club is comprised of students who wont to further
their knowledge of the French longuoge ond French culture.
Under the direction of Miss McAteer ond the officers, the club
hos enjoyed o very exciting yeor. Members porticipote in o
culturol excursion to New Yorls City, visits to French restouronts, C..
lively hilidoy porties, ond o doy ot the beoch, followed by on
end-of-the-yeor dinner porty.
President: Mory Kruysmon
Vice-President: Robert Pork
Treosurer: Andrew Chong
Secretory: Liso Posquole
1st Row: L. Posquole, A. Chong, Miss McAteer, R. Pork, M. Kruysmon. 2nd Row: S. Seo, J, Borbogollo, L. Wilson, K. McLoughlin, E. Thumser, A. Bici, A. Kriby, T. Deloney
G. Koprowski, B. Seomon, K. Mocl4enzie. 3rd Row: I. M. Cute, M. A. Sweeney, N. Kozerni, A. Sonders, K. Wydler, J, Mocyko, L. Onufrok, L. Yuter, J. Polrner, T. Cerruti
4th Row: H, I. There, C. Koh, M. Holi, W. Myslik, J. Chong, G. Borton.
First Row: S. Someone, K. Williams, P. Caccamo, K, McLaughlin. Second Row: E. Kuesey, T. Orf, W. Myslik, D.
Dittrich, M. Healy, J. Macyko, L. Ludemann, E. Farrell, J. Beck,
The Spanish Club of 1982-1983 strives to
spread the knowledge of Hispanic cultures
to interested students. Our efforts include a
slide presentation on Spain, a trip to New
York City to see a Spanish play, participa-
tion in the Homecoming Parade, and holi-
day festivities. The officers are:
President: David Sullivan
Vice President: Nancy Grogan
Secretary: Melinda Vought
Treasurer: Kiera Williams
Social Chairmen: Susan Becker and
All in all, this year's Spanish Club has
been very enthusiastic and its events have
been very productive. Special thanks go to
Mr. Castellano, faculty advisor.
The Latin Club members, led by fearless
Dr. C. Bruni, are indeed a unique breed.
They meet daily in mind and spirit to learn
Latin, its tradition, and definitely its
O tempora, O mores! Alea iacta est. Tres
mures! En fugientl Nam omnes secuti sunt
resticam, Quae caudas cultello desecuitg
Sane facinus insolitissimum! O tres mures.
Carthago deligenda est. Aves summus.
This year's officers are:
lmperator: Paul Caccamo
Consuls: Marylee Healy
Magistrata: Dede Dittrich
Legatus: James Beck
First Row: J. Adipietro, D. Sullivan, M. Vought, K. Williams, N. Grogan, A. Bergin, S. Becker. Second Row: T.
Bermel, B. Dausch, B, Balkey, Mr. Castellano, T. DiFalco, D. Dittrich, M. Tantillo, P. Haggerty, P. Acosta, E. Far-
rell. Thlrd Row: D. Lopez, L. Torroella, M, Murphy, K. McLaughlin, L. Kelly.
Sitting: P, Acosto, First Row: K, McLoughlin, N. Grogan, T. DiFolco, E. Forrell, E. O'NeiI, M. Kruysmon Second Row M Tontillo D Sulllvon
Coccomos, S. Becker, L. Onufrok, A. Bergin, G. Borton,
There were two seporote groups of exchonge students in the
Summer of '82 A foirly lorge group troveiled together to Spoin,
where they eoch stoyed with o fomily, ond then in September,
eoch of their Sponish brothers or sisters come to Gorden City.
Another, smoller group troveiled seporotely to other Europeon
countries such os Norwoy ond Switzerlond. The purpose of
these trips wos to give the students the knowledge ond ex-
periences of o foreign culture. The students olso got on-hond
experience in speoking the Ionguoges some hove been study-
ing since the eighth grode,
Lo Stivole, the High School's ltolion publicotion
published onnuolly since 1980, consists of orticles
written by students of ltolion. By porticipoting,
students ore oble to expond their knowledge of the
culture ond longuoge of ltoly. Lo Stivole hos won
first ploce M9805 ond second ploce C1980 owords
from the Columbio Scholostic Press Associotion. lt is
sponsored by Senore Mozorese.
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Flrst Row: T. Girl, D. Liberotoscioli, T. Petrello, M. DiNotole, S. Ioconis, A. Dervonte, T. Desontes.
Second Row: A. Girl, A. Girl, C, Guerosio, Mr. Mozorese, J, Bottofluoco, V. Dolesondro, M. Holl.
The French colendorfmogoinze, Chontecler, is published on-
S' nuolly to provide high school students with o toste of French
i 3 r Q culture. Eoch issue contoins prose, poetry, ond ortwork written by
E l French students. This yeor's stoff includes: Jone Brennon ond Jonice
T Polk os editors, Glen Borton os ossistont editor, Mory Ellen
E V . Kruysmon os ort editor, ond Helen Friedmon os treosurer.
Sitting: A, Bici, J. Polk, M. Kruysmon. Standing: G. Borton, H. Friedmon.
Fiesto, The Sponish publicotion of the high school,
enobles students to combine their skill in using
Sponish with their knowledge of the Hisponic world.
lt is open to oll students of Sponish, ond the sponsor
is Mr. Sononder.
Slttlng: B. Dousch, T. DiFolco, E. O'NeII, E. Farrell, M. Vought. Standing: N. Kozeml, V. Mothewes, D.
Lopez, Mr, Sononder, L. Torroello, K. Williams, N. Grogon, A. Bergln.
Sitting: M. Engels, W, Adams, P. Bren, A. Bergin. Standing: L. Pasquale, Mr. Goodwin, B. Park.
Mothletes is a group of approximately fifteen 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, C25 to enhance the academic
reputation of the high school by succeeding in competitions, and
C33 to give a group of selected students an awareness of
mathematics in areas not normally treated in the curriculum.
At the present time, interest in Mathletes is increasing. The team
is experiencing the results of expanded programs in both the
elementary schools and in the Junior High. Eventually, the team
hopes to be the best in Nassau County. The faculty advisor is Dr.
First Row: M. Tacchi, C. Koe. Back Row: J. Palmer, V, Pres, M. Quinn, F. Kill
lnkspots, the high school literary-arts magazine, is
published annually in May and distributed free of
charge to all students. Artwork, photography,
poetry, and short stories are all included in the
magazine which gives students the opportunity to
express themselves artistically. This after-school ac-
tivity is conducted under the supervision of Mr.
Slttlngz L. Melkonian, Dr. Beaulieu, E. Keusey. Standing: T. Rechner.
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One of the major factors contributing to the effi-
cient 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 procedures.
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Sophomores and Dr. Turkel
The Botany Club appeals to students who like plants. We collect and press herbarian plants, have established a herbarium, take
walking field trips, visit arboreta, and study various aspects of plant life to increase our knowledge of them.
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The Computer Core is made up of ex-
pert computer programmers who help
with the administrative uses of the com-
puters in the school. -'Currently the com-
puters are used for attendance, student
data records, and generation of lists. A
small group within the core is 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
CORE led by Dr, Roderic A. Beaulieu,
performs an essential service for the
school. Members put in many hours and 1
deserve recognition for their work.
Standing: Rob Terzi, Paul Caccamo, Derrick Hutchinson. Praying: Man With Mustache,
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You know who you ore.
The newly formed Juggling Club met with greot success in its first yeor, under the leodership of Tom Mortin. Jugglers, both veterons
ond newcomers to the field, improve their skills in this oncient ort through long hours of strenuous proctice. The tolents of the
members ore demonstroted wheneverjuggloble objects ore ot hond.
President: Bill Huschle
V-P1 Pot Curry
Secretory: Joe Johnson
Treosurer: Ken lnglesby
Sorgeont-ot-ormsz Mike Schneider
The Studio, the oudio hub of the school,
is renowned for its good looking ond oc-
coslonolly beorded members. Its members
ore responsible for the infrequently suc-
cessful doily onnouncements, the borely
oudible music in lunches, the too frequent
foilure of the microphones during
ossemblies ond sporting events, the off-cue
sound during the Mosquers productions,
ond the disruption of the mojority of Mrs.
Spiers' closses. Under the dubious leoder-
ship of Mr. Jomes McAleese, the stoff con
often be seen hord ot work creoting 0
disturbonce, being lectured to by Mr.
Pruson or just noncholontly obusing their
oble sponsor. The Studio stoff hos become
fomous for their lorge omount of both ser-
vice ond cut slips. Perhops the stoff will be
N best remembered by the students for
keeping the onthem ond bulletin in-
teresting, finding new ond exciting woys to
screw it up every morning.
Sitting: P. Sutter, BCFD. Ionnocone, J. Monning. Standing: A. Loyton, Chris Byrne, J. Olcott.
Bond Director Peter Stongenelli
During the summer, the Bond went to Bond Comp ot
Trenton Stote College in preporotion for the Newsdoy Hofstro
Festivol in October. The yeor oheod would be o speciol one.
Helped by poperdrives, roffles, ond corwoshes, the Bond
roised enough funds to trovel to Hollond, where they
performed in the eleventh onnuol Tulip Time Festivol with
bonds from oround the globe. The bond morched in the
Homecoming, Christmos, ond Memoriol Doy porodes, o
well os ploying ot oll home footboll gomes. The highlight o
the yeor for oll bond members must be the Bond Follies,
where they expond their tolents to include their own speciol
kind of octing. -
Drum Mojors: Andrew Gollon, Kothy Acer
President: Bill Strovitz
Vice-President: Sonjo Wong
Co-Treosurer: Bloir King, Dorrin Lewis
Secretories: Mory Sockett, Mory Belger
Librorions: Liso Ludemonn, Koryn Joeger
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Trumpets: C. Londi, B. Terzi, M. Pomos, S. Cureton, R. Hojny. Boss: M. Genberg. Trombones: T. Popoulos, M. Rego-Monteiro, B. King, l. Hill, J. ltgen. Sexes: A. Gollon, J. Kiyczsu, J.
Fostenou, M. Weisburg. Missing From Photo - Guitars: C. Byrne, S. loconis, B. Jordon. Piano: L. Onufrok, J. Adepierro. Drums: B. Bortolf, T. Kolibon, T. Orff.
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The most populor group in the school this yeor wos probobly
the Jozz Ensemble. Leod by the strong trumpet ploying of Chris
Londi, the fierce drumming of Bruce Bortolf, ond o sox section
which hod been together for the post three yeors, the Jozz Ensem-
ble ployed numbers ronging from the lotest in modernjozz to the
best in rroditionol swing. The group performed ot oil the usuol con-
certs, the Jozz Donce, ond their finol set ot the Villoge Boll wos so
hot it melted the snow outside.
The Stoge Bond hod onother busy
schedule this yeor. lt performed ot both
the Christmos ond Spring concerts ond ot
the Bond Follies. lt olso performed ot the
Jozz Donce with the Jozz Ensemble ond
ot the Villoge Boll.
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First Row: K. Acer, J. Orsini, B. Strovitz, M. Lesser, M. Fedor, L. Pinemon, P. Forrell. Second Row: H. Brooks, Mocoluso, J.
Butz, L. Wren, B. Weekes. Standing: S. Morfogen, F. DeFillipis, L. Apreo, E. Stonkiewik, S, Seo, A. Gollogher, J. Brown, D.
Cose, Mr. Stongonelli.
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First Row: K. McKenzie, J. Fostenou, K. Buschmon, Y. Soito, A. Gitelmon, A. Bici. Second Row: 5. Richmond, M. Socco, L.
Wren, J. ltgen, M. Lesser, M. DiNotole, B. Hortmon, D. Sonders. Standing: Mr. Stongonelli, C. Mortin, T. Kolibon, L.
Pinemon, P. Forrell, J. Sullivon.
The Concert Orchestro consists of the
members of the String Ensemble ond
select members of the bross, wood-
wind, ond percussion sections of the
bond. The Concert Orchestro ploys in
numerous school concerts throughout
the yeor, including the Christmos Con-
cert, the Pops Concert, the Bond Follies,
ond the Spring Concert. The String
Ensemble olso trovels to the junior high
ond elementory schools, the Communi-
ty Church, ond the Gorden City Cosino.
Other octivities include o trip to see the
New York ond Long lslond philhor-
monics, the Metropoliton Opero, ond 0
The Modrigols is o select group of mixed voices
which, under the leodership of Dr. Lydio Mor-
rongiello, performs o voriety of music from
Renoissonce to contemporory. The group por-
ticipoted in three concerts olong with being port of
the Borry Monilow Show. The officers ore:
President - Meg Sutton
Vice President- Poul Sutter
Secretory - Mory Belger
Librorion - Kothy McKenzie
Flrst Row: Dr. L. Morrongiello, M. Belger, N. Clowery, A. Loyton, T. Prott, M. Cowie, J. Weekes, A. Conte. Se-
cond Row: C. Compbell, J. Costello, R. lonnocone, K. Nystrom, M. Holi, L. Onufrok. Thlrd Row: V. Sutton, J.
Fostenou, P. Sutter, B. Semmes, A. Corrado, M. Sutton, K. Schueler.
Concert Choir, on ensemble
with o membership of opprox-
imotely fifty students, is the
open chorol group. Concert
Choir students cover o voriety
of music, from clossicol to pop.
This yeor, the Concert Choir,
olong with other vocolly
copoble students, song with
Borry Monilow on Broodwoy oQ
the end of Februory.
A Select Few
' Left to Right: Dr. L. Morrongiello, S. Doniels, B. Dorcy, B. Mullin, N. Simori, C. Compbell, V. Sutton, M. A.
152 Sweeney, B. Lynch, J. Howe, K. Forrell, C. Compbell, E. Fronz, D. Fonuzzi, K. O'Neill, K. Brennon.
The Celestones is o select group of femole
singers speciolizing in two port music. They ore
perhops the most successful of oll the groups, os
they ore osked to perform in mony different
President- Mory Pot Seeeney
Vice President - Noncy Grogon
Secretory - Brendo Mullin
Librorion - Mory Anne Sweeney
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One of the most fulfilling clubs in the school, Mosquers finds its obode in the Little Theotre. ln this illustrious dwelling the ef-
fort wos culminoted to reoch the pinnocle of opening night. It wos not instont sotisfoction thot lured its members tojoin Mos-
quers, but the foresight of o polished product. ln our pursuit of perfection, Mosquers holds reheorsols ofter school ond on
Soturdoys. While the predominontly student run reheorsols were toking ploce, the costume people would be sewing, the
Left to Right: C. Ludwig, N. Zogrophos, M. Tsoukolos, M. Hommon, C. Compbell, E.
DiFolco, N. Simori, L. Onufrok, B. Fronz, Mrs. Spiers, W. Ostrowski, A. Erickson.
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crew would be building, the props
people would be seorching, the
house people selling, ond the publici-
ty people would ge writing, lt wos oll
these foctors combined thot creoted
o compony feeling ond mode its
members glow with pride.
President- Nonci Simori
Vice President- Nico Zogrophos
Secretory - Koro O'Neil
Treosurer - Corolyn Polmieri
Mrs. Spiers ond the Mosquers.
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Left to Right: N. Zogrophos, D. Gowon, S. Huhto, W. O'BrIon, A. Flynn, A. Erickson, W
Osrrowskl, J. Monning,
Sitting: J. Barbagallo, L. Ludemann, A. Keefe, Ms. Stefek-Freidan, B, Goldsmith, A, Dici, M. Cashman. Standing: M.
Mack, B. Jones, L. Wilson, J. Stafford, M. DiNatale, J. Bartholemew, A. Bergin, M, Vought, E. Kelly, M. Mallon.
POLAR BEAR CLUB
The Polar Bear Club, a revived club
under the sponsorship of Dr. Tarrou, is
one of the more energetic activities
within the school. Two days a week,
the club gets together to do workouts
in the cold before school. Once in
shape, the club anticipates an excur-
sion to the beach to do some cold
The Leaders Club is a student
organization which encourages in-
terest in physical education through
activities after school hours. The pur-
pose of the club is to develop
physical skills in athletics and physical
fitness, and to acquire leadership
qualities in all members through ac-
tive participation in instructional ac-
tivities, Clinics are sponsored
throughout the school year which in-
clude a Nissequogue River canoe
trip, and student clinics in raquetball,
tennis, and aerobic dance.
Social activities are also sponsored
by the club so that friendships are
cultivated between members. These
activities include a Mother-Daughter
Halloween Costume party in Oc-
tober, Kris Kringles in December, a
Christmas holiday party, end of the
year party and an executive bOOrd
meeting in June to plan the following
year's activities and calendar of
Sitting: B. Thoet, D. Lopez, J. Macyko, P. Curry, Leon. Standing: E. Keusey, K. lnglesby, L. Onufrak, K. McLoughlin, Dr.
Tarrou, J. Geraci, M. Murphy, L. Toroello
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J, Borbogollo, L. Ludemonn, Mr. Regon, A, Keete,
Frequently before school, ond during oll lunches, o lorge crowd con be seen milling oround the
ever fomous GC. High Window-in-the-Woll - the Student Store. Along with the greot music from
within the store, every student Cond teocherb hos o vost choice of merchondise. The stock ronges
from combinotion locks, notebooks, book covers, ond folders, which ore oll populor in the foll, to
worm ond welcome GLC. sweotshirts, sweoters, ond jockets in the winter, ond winding down the
yeor with the infomous l3orron's review books. The fovorites oil yeor round ore, without o doubt,
Tic-Tocs Coronge, of courseb, Dynomints, Luden's Cough Drops, ond Holi's Throot Lozenges. Just
obout everything necessory to o student Cwithin reoson, noturollyD con be found ot the Student
Store ot prices much less thon those in regulor stores. ln oddition to the high quolity merchondise ot
the store, there is olwoys friendly service, chorm, ond personolity - oll for free!!
Comprised of student volunteers, this group
Membership in the Fire Auxiliory, under the
supervision of the Gorden City Fire Deportment,
provides voluoble troining in the procedures to
follow in the cose of on emergency. All school
fire drills ore orgonized ond directed by the Fire
R G L Potrol ond the school odministrotion.
ossists both our school ond our community.
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Kneeling: K. Lynch, L. Schiroldi, K. Williams, C. Tomoino, E. Fronz, K. Fecht, M. Honley, J. Noonon. Sitting: F. Lovoglio, C.
Gillon, S. DeSoye, M. Fitzgerold, S. Sirch, S. Becker, M. Kelly. Standing: D, Dewey, D. Fontoine, G. Tortorello, F. Kolofotis, E.
Lowder, E. Kelly, T. Doly, C. McLoughlin, V. D'Allessondo, V. Ropuono, M. Mistretto
Twenty-seven girls constitute the Gorden City Trojonettes. The Trojonettes, coptoined by fon-
tobulous Sue DeSoye, kick ot vorious events such os ossemblies, bosketboll gomes, footboll
gomes, ond in competion. Joining together with the bond ond cheerleoders, the Trojonettes ot-
tended Trenton Store Comp ond competed in the Hofstro Morching Bond Competition. Proctices
run for severol hours o week, ond the girls proctice very hord to put on o beoutiful show.
Coptoin: Sue Desoye
Co-coptoinsz Fron Kcrlofotis, Corolyn Tomoino
Sponsor: Mrs. Poulo Wolsh.
Sitting: L. Fredrichs, K. Decker, J. Calobro, D. Rogowskl, P. Gibbons, J, Sullivan. Standing: M. Sweeney, C. Deokins, S.
Scarplno, J. Krebs, D. Dodd, J. Anderson, K. Schout
One of the groups that greatly
contributes to school spirit and sup-
ports the Trojan teams is the varsity
cheerleoding squod. Under the
leadership of co-captains Mary Pat
Sweeney and Jackie Krebs, the
cheerleaders bring their enthusiasm
and spirit to football in the fall and
basketball in the winter. This year
they also cheered on the soccer
team through some seoson games
and the ploy-offs.
ln addition to their regular cheering
octivities, the girls also attended sum-
mer band camp at Trenton. There
they joined forces with the Trojanetq
tes, the junior varsity cheerleadersf
and the marching bond to learn the
show which they performed during
holf time of the football gomes. They
olso oppeared in the Newsday Mor-
ching Bond Festival at Hofstra.
The cheerleaders also porticipoted
in the GO assembly, the Homecom-
ing parode, and the Hofstra
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The junior vorsity cheerleoders, under the leodership of
Jeonnine Chisolm, odd their pep ond enthusiosm to both the
junior vorsity footboll ond bosketboll seosons. In oddition
they joined with the vorsity squod to cheer for some of the
vorsity footboll gomes ond for the footboll ond soccer
The girls olso ottended the Hofsrro Cheerleoding Clinic ond
porticipoted in the GO ossembly ond the Homecoming
porode. ln oddition to their regulor duties, encouroging the
teoms to successful seosons, they ottended bond comp ot
Trenton with the vorsity cheerleoders, Trojonettes, ond mor-
ching bond. Together these groups performed the holf time
shows during footboll seoson ond represented Gorden City
in the Newsdoy Morching Bond Festivol ot Hofstro.
BOYS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Sitting: S, Dougherty, T. Finegon, P. Hoeffner. Stondingf B. Stutzrnonn, K, VonSeelen, Doc Dougherty, T. McCutcheon.
The Boys' Athletic Associotion
consists of boys from oll three
grodes is dedicoted to sponsoring
the growth of sportsmonship. The
group works in cooperotion with
the Men's Associotion on fund rois-
ing ond other tosks. Vorious oc-
tivities ore sports nights, ski trips,
ond o bonquet for vorious othletes
ot the end of the yeor. The B.A.A.
is sponsored by Doc Dougherty.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The GAA. fosters interest in
girls' interscholostic teoms ond
speciol events eoch month. ln con-
junction with the B.A.A., the G,A.A.
runs on oword dessert ot the con-
clusion of eoch sport seoson, ond o
senior dinner ot the end of the
Sitting: B. Nowock, J. Mocyko, M. Allegro, C. Bennett. Standing: S. Goldsmith, A. Mulroney, E. McConhy, Ms. DeMorco, 5.
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The Outdoorsman Club is perhaps the most challenging of all
the extra-curricular activities. Also, it is the only sponserless club
having only one member: Bill Huschle. By means of brilliant
time-lapse photography, we have isolated some of the more
exciting shots of the club's member. Future events on the club's
agenda include the climbing of Mt. Everest and the swimming
of the English Channel. Photos clockwise from above: Bill at-
tempting a difficult water skiing maneuver, Bill defying gravity,
and Bill attempting another intricate water skiing maneuver.
SEE NO EVIL, SPEAK N0 EVIL, HEAR N0 EVIL CLUB
Motivated by the words of the Moral Majority and its leader
Reverend Jerry Falwell, a group of students founded the See
No Evil, Speak No Evil, Hear No Evil Club. They are shown here
symbolically displaying their beliefs, trying to spread their
teachings in school Caboveb, as well as at parks Cleft? and on
various other outings. When asked to comment on the club's
philosophy, one member commented, "lf God hadn't meant
for us to See No Evil, Speak No Evil, and Hear No Evil, He
wouldn't have given us hands!"
Sitting: A. Bici, T. Daly, S. Laano, M. Kruysman, T. Papoulas, A. Gitelman, P. Sutter, C. Campbell, P. Curry. Standing1A. Chang, E. Thumser, M. A. Sweeney, J. Folvey,
Dausch, G. Barton, K. McLoughlin, Mr. Weinlandt, M. RegoMonteiro, L. Onufrok, J. Macyko, E. Keusey, D. Lopez, C. Byrne. Missing: M. Tsoukalos, K. Wydler, B.
Nowock, T. Burchill, A. Sanders, M. P. Sweeney, J. Brennan.
The trials and tribulations of MAST 1Q83l! lt all started one day in Moy, when the staff Crother, soon to be the staff? took a ieisur
excursion to the Columbia University Sdholostic Press Association Conference. It was downhill from there. The colorful ideas began J
flow like dysentary. "Why don't we personalize the book for everyone?" one future editor asked. Another thought of scratch c
sniff divider pages. A third idea was to dedicate the book to McDonold's Cthe promoter of this idea was, needless to say, denied
editorial positionb. All of these ideas were eliminated due to poor planning. At one point early on, we considered changing
name of the book, o unique idea, indeed. Regretfully, we gave up that idea due to its startling unoriginality, the 1983 staff was J
trend setter. As the first deadline approached, our happy-go-lucky sponsor was chagrined at the relative calm with which the s f
was handling the assignment. "Sixteen pages should be no problem," one of the optimistic editors was heard saying to the spot r
Cthe happy-go-lucky one, you rememberb. The sponsor responded, "Sure, but how about the other forty-four??" PANIC!!! A sli t
miscalculation had been made, and all at once, our overworked, underpoid, but nevertheless cheery photographers began sn
ping shots of teachers and underclassmen homerooms, while the editors sat in the MAST office and sweoted. Needless to say,
missed our first deadline. We made the next one, though, much to our sponsor's amazement. Our business-like and occasionally
tistic publishing representative told us how once East Meadow High School had made a deadline by carrying their quad-paks throi 1
three feet of snow, sub-zero temperatures, and gale-force winds to the post office by dog sled. Accompanying this astoundi 1
hair-raising story was a complete set of indiscriminate diagrams as mysterious, one might note, as the monoliths at Stonehenge, J
bound to be the subject of a series on PBS. Anyway, the representative was shocked. Christmas came, and with it another mis J
deadline. As our publishing representative doodled and told us how one Christmas Sewanaka gave o deodline to Santa 'Claus J
bring to the plant in Texas, he told us that all we had to do was to get the deadline in before New Year's. We rid ourselves of
another oO pages on January 7, and were well on the way to another missed deadline. But, with scissors in hand, we made the
following deadline, a feat which shocked everyone. Both our sponsor Cthe happy-go-lucky one, remember him?D and the publishing
representative were among the most amazed. We got to sit through the story of how St. Paul's lost a whole deadline because
someone had thrown up on their quad-paks. Our sponsor began to worry, because one editor began to grow a beard, one became
deathly ill, and another, he feared, was on some kind of drug. The straw broke when an editor, who shall remain nameless,
neglected to get him Cthe sponsor? a Pepsi from Sev. As the college application process was over Cond there was to be no more win'
ing and dining of young alumniD, the staff began to neglect their duties with the utmost attention. During these grueling months, the
staff could be seen slaving over incoming proofs, having to share the one and only red ball point pen. The March deadline ap'
proached, and the staff waited on the edges of their chairs for the publishing representative. Much to their dismay, his suit didn't
match his tie, and he had neither tale nor sketch to present. lt was o sad day in Mudville. We had no questions to ask, and only
problems to present, so the representative again gave us the speech about how this deadline was the most important, the fourth
"most important" deadline this year. lt is at this point that we must leave off, due to the fact that this very copy needs to be shipped.
These questions linger: Will we make it through the snow storm to the post office? Will Paul and Alix grow beards? Will the publishing
representative and the sponsor come out and admit they go to the some taylor Cno pun intendedb? Will Buck Miller retire? Will the
book ever make it through publication, or will we provide our representative with another tantalizing tale to tell future editors? Who
knows? Who cares? Oh yeah: Hey, Drew, you're the greatest. Thanks.
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All expenses poid trip to Athens Editors-in-Chief - Ted Popoulos, Alix Gitelmon, Poul Sutter.
Another missed deodline . . ,
- Poul got the ruler stuck up his nose ogoin
Whot's o quod-pok?
Screw the yeorbook
Keeping with the theme
Here ore the people who helped to creote yet
onother legend for our publishing compony
representotive. Working os o teorn, well . . . most of
the time, they otternpted to creote the best yeor-
bools they could for the Closs of '83
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Photography: Trocy Doly, Glenn Borton
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Senior Portraits: Slyvio Laono
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Loy-Our: Andrew Chong, Bethy Nowock. Missing: Meg Sutton
Copy: Morcos Rego-Monteiro, Colleen Campbell
Senior Polls: Llso Onuflok Missing: Sue Vlerengel
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Athletics have been, and always will be, a unifying fac-
tor for students, whether they are participants or spec-
tators. From football games in autumn to basketball games
in winter to lacrosse games in spring, students came out to
root Carden City to victory. The cheerleaders gave added
interest to the excitement of each contest.
Coming from a long line of Trojan winning tradition,
every team had its expectations from the past. During
1983, the school had its share of winning teams, but what
is really important was the spirit which characterized each
team s performance. In the long run, every team was a
winner, whether or not they lost more than they won.
SPORTS AT G.C. - A LEGACY
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First Row: H. Blair, B. Jordan, J. Clausen, R. Bingold, P. Haeffner, S. Dougherty, B. Emmert, B. Stutzmann, C. Werbin, C. O'NeIlI, K. VonSeelen, B.
Q Peters. Second Row: R. lronside, D. Thayer, B. Shuart, R. Judson, P. Harding, M. Clark, C. Giarroputo, T. Finegan, M. Stahel. Third Row: G.
Hebron, T. Burchill, P. Burke, M. Mulroney, T. Brown, F. D'Angelo, D. McCarthy. Fourth Row: R. Dwyer, S. Conza, A. Moreno, K. Ottiano, K.
There was no sophomorejinx for second year head football coach William . 5 Q
Dougherty and his assistants Rob Perpall and Bob Defliese in 1982. Their fine
coaching, along with the team's hard work, paid off as the Trojans went
undefeated in the regular season for the first time since 1956. Powered by an
explosive offensive attack and a tough, swarming defense, the Trojans won
the American League Conference ll-B Championship with an 8-O.
Many factors helped to contribute to the success of the team, but there is
one place where credit is especially due: the offensive line. This group of
dedicated individuals are the people who were responsible for the team's
success, for it is in the trenches where games are won and lost. Harry Blair,
Kenny Alden, Chris Werben, senior captain Brian Emmert, Jim Gewert, and
tight ends Bill Peters and Rich lronside were this year's front line of combat.
But there were other factors, as well. Senior captain and fullback Bill Stutz-
man was the Trojan workhorse C87 carries, 698 yards, 8 TD'sD, punishing
would-be tacklers as he ambled on for more yardage. The passing combina-
tion of junior captain Sean Dougherty and split end Tom Finegan combined
25 times for 424 yards and 6 TD's, all new school records. Dougherty's 10
passing touchdowns also tied a school record.
A winning team usually has a great defense, and this year's defense was
na exception. The defense caused opposing offenses to turn the ball over 24
times. Led by linebackers Bill Stutzman, Ron Judson, Phil Harding, and Bill
Peters and Kenny Alden, along with linemen Brian Emmert, Chris Werben,
Bob Dwyer, Mark Stahel, and John Jordan, the Trojans shut out opponents 3
times. It should also be noted that the secondary of Tom Finegan, Sean
Daugherty, junior captain Pete Haeftner, and Jose Perez, along with the
linebackers, intercepted 15 passes - another school record. 4 -
Although the season ended rather dismally with a 46-13 play-off loss to Llz' 'X N ft- WWF, I 5. '
hated rival West Hempstead, there were many more positive notes. The ijsil w 4535 ,fg y s f'7f"'s V -ss N
biggest was the 26-O trouncing of Bethpage to win the Conference ll-B Cham- 43 ' it , at ,ggi g
pionship. The Trojans shattered the old school record of points scored in a 4 A "' w e z q 2, B .
season C2043 by finishing with 227 points. lt was a fine season, and every ' g ' 1" g " J ' W XY
member of the team should be proud of their accomplishments. ' V 1 'fi' J s t X ' 'T A' vig , 'I '9X,,.f I
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ln o rebuilding yeor, the Vorsity
Field Hockey Teonn once ogoin hos
proven to be one of the top teoms in
the county by copturing its fifth con-
ference chornpionship in six yeors,
ond its first county chornpionship. The
teorn finished its leogue seoson with
on overoll record of 10 wins, O losses,
ond 2 ties. For the second yeor in o
row, the teom hos not lost 0 leogue
The teom wos led by tri-coptoins
Jeonnine Anderson, Alice Mulroney,
ond Morio Allegro. The Trojons scored
o totol of 36 gools while giving up on-
ly 4 gools during seoson ploy with Q
shut-outs. This is the first girls' teorn
from Gorden City High School to win
o county chompionship.
Leading Scorers CLeogue Season?
Jeon Bortholornew 10
Jeonning Anderson 7
Sue Rhodes 7
Dione Pentoleri 6
Assists fLeogue Ployi
Jeonnine Anderson 11
Morio Allegro 6
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ding: Mr. Ewing, N. Philipedas, E. Heaney, E. Case, K. Ottiano, V. Coputo G Stewart R Dornau C Olcott T Gillan P Hester R Coputo Mr
This year's Varsity Soccer Team continued in the footsteps of the
past Garden City teams by completing an extremely successful
season. The team, with a record of 15-5-2, won the division title
and finished second in the county after having progressed as far as
the county championship. Vin Coputo led the team with 28 goals
and Geordie Delaparte held up the defensive squad in goal.
Other outstanding players were Jack Dies, Robby Freeman, Chris
Thompson, Tom Gillan, Jim Costello, Chris Olcott, Rob Reinhardt,
and Scott Esposito.
All-County - Vin Coputo
All Conference - Chris Thompson, Jack Dies, Jim Costello
MVP - Geordie Delaporte
Won Division Title Beating:
2nd Place in County Southside
Championship Hewlett 1-O
Berner 1-O CTwiceD
1-10 CDauble Overtime
All All County - Vinny Coputo Outstanding +
All Conference -- Chris Thompson Defensive Penalty Kicks?
Jack Dies Players
Jim Costello Tom
MVP -- County Championship Gillan
Geordie Delaparte Jim
Coputo - 23 goals Chris
Dies - 5 goals Olcott
Freeman - 4 goals Jock
Thompson - 4 goals Dies
This yeor's J.V. Soccer Teorn, cooched by Mr. Hordlow, wos extremely successful. With o record of 16-1, the
teom monoged to copture the leogue title. Outstonding ploy wos turned in by Chris Middleton, Donny Monnix,
Andy Somoon, Mork Heoney, ond Henry McKenzie. The teom's only loss wos o non-Ieogue motch. Mr. Briller is
surely looking forword to some of these tolented ployers moving up to the vorsity level next yeor.
Sitting: J. Conoly, J. Funke, L. Freeman, C. Curran, L. Von Seelon, M. LoPresti. Kneeling: M. Healy, A. Gitelman. Standing: A. Looney,
K. McKenzie, Anne Sullivan, L. Onufrak, T. Brennan, L. Pasquale, L. Regan, P. Curran.
Led by coach Anne Sullivan, the Girls' Swim Team had a very successful season, with a final record of 8 wins and 1 loss. ln
the championship meet, the girls placed fourth in the county. Nearly every school record was broken, the majority of them
by league MVP, all-county, and all-state swimmer Liz Regan, The team consisted of both junior high and high school
students, and with only a few seniors graduating, the team looks forward to another great season next year. This year's
captains were Marylee Healy and Alix Gitelman.
N Slttlng: C. Barrett, B. Dausch, M.
Vought, Y. Kwee. Standing: L.
Johnson, B. DuPont, W. Adams,
Mr. Slocombe, A. Bici, C.
Guerasio, S. Soyo.
The Girls' Tennis Team was composed of a number of very strong players, but, unfortunately, the team was placed in an advanc-
ed league, so their record was not very good. Team captain Barbara Dausch reached the counties, and was very effective on the
team all season. There was a vast turnout for the J.V. squad, so the team looks forward to another season, hopefully in a league
with girls closer to their ability. The coaches of the team are Mr. Slocombe and Dr. Decker.
First Row: T. Meyer, A. Mcsi, S. Stohel, D. Anderson, C, Rice, K. Murphy, M. A. Sontongello, J. Borbogollo. Second Row: G. Mineo, C. Dop-
mon, S. Simori, C. Ludwig, S, Piscopo, C. Compbell, Third Row: Mr. Kenny, P. Reinhordt, B. Reinhordt, D. Scott, Mr, McGroth.
The GirI's Volleyboll teoms, cooched by Mr. McGroth ond Mr. Kenney, improved this yeor with the oddition of ten
sophomores. Two sophomores, Toro Meyer ond Stephonie Moore ployed on the Vorsity teom. lt is hoped thot such o turnout is
on indicotion thot volleyboll is on the upswing. Seniors, leon Borbogollo, Morionne Sontongelo Cco-coptoinsb, Pot Reinhordt, Bor-
boro Reinhordt, Gino Mineo, ond spiking oce Bethy CBerthoD Nowock will be greotly missed. Morionne Sontongelo wos nomed
MVP ond to the conference teom.
BOYS BOOK OF THE MONTH TEAM
One of the sports closest to the Most stoff is the Book
of the Month reoding, since the teom often uses the
Most office os o troining ground. They find yeorbooks o f
good method of checking the boredom enduronce of 'Wim
the othletes. Shown in the photo ot the left, is one
othlete's foiled ottempt ot reoding on entire yeorbook
in one ofternoon. His ottempt ended shortly before this
photo wos token, os he fell into o deep slumber in be-
tween octivity write-ups. lt should olso be noted thot
on the some doy, Andrew Chong set on unofficiol
record by completing the 1961 Most in under two hours
Ccoptions includedb. Unfortunotely, neither he or ony
of his colleogues Ceven Morcosb could equol this in on
octuol meet. However, they hod o fine seoson, suffer-
ing only o few minor poper cuts.
Sitting: S. Ioconis, M. Rego-Monteiro, A. Chong, M. Genberg. Sleeping: J, Kiyosu.
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This yeor's Gorden City Girls' Vorsity Soccer Teom hod on excellent seoson, finishing in second ploce in the conference with o record
of 10-3-1. This wos o fine occomplishment, os this wos only the second leogue seoson for the girls. This yeor the teom ployed in o revis-
ed ond stronger conference thon previous teoms hod experienced. lt wos on exciting seoson, os well, with six gomes ending in over-
time. One of the highlights wos o victory over the eventuol conference chompions, Port Woshington, by o score of 1-O. ln the county
ployoffs, the teom lost on exciting double-overtime gome to Eost Meodow by o score of 4-3. The girls scored 61 gools, while giving
up 16, ond registered Q shut-outs during the seoson.
On offense, the power wos generoted by Christine Boddicker Cwho is now Gorden City's oll-time leoding scorer, with 36 gools to
her credit? with 18 gools this seoson, Suson Vierengel with 15 gools, ond Joon Grupp with 13 gools ond 13 ossists, os well os by the
other fine forwords, Coroline Jordon, Liz Reynolds, Alicio Sonders, Julie Weekes, Debbie Wilson, ond Louris Wren.
Outstonding ploy ot mid-field wos occomplished through the boll control ond fine possing of Most Voluoble Ployer leon Corsey,
Liso Boyuls, M. B. Cisneros, Koren McCorthy, ond Jonice Polls.
The teom did o greot job on defense os Coptoin Jonet Eschmonn, Mory Thereso Dowden, Allison Eschmonn, ond sophomore
goolie Jonette Riedel consistently controlled the boll ond kept it owoy from the net.
The teom's chonces next yeor will definitely be hurt through the loss of ten groduoting seniors. Cooch Guddot, however, is op-
timistic, ond hopes thot with the oddition of severol fine ployers from thejunior vorsity teom ond some new ployers, the teom should
ogoin be very competitive.
Speciol rhonks to Mr. Guddot for putting so much time ond effort into moking our seoson on excellent one, ond olso to Mr. White
for being our devoted timekeeper.
Speciol Recognition f-"""
ALL-COUNTY Christine Boddicker
ALL-LEAGUE Joon Grupp
ALL-CONFERENCE Liso Boyuk
9120 Volley Streom Centrol Home 7-O Win
9!22 Sewonhoko Home 5-5 O.T. Tie
W24 Colhoun Awoy 60 Win
W26 Herricks Awoy 5-0 Win
9!3O Port Woshington Home 1-O Win
1O!2 Wontogh Home 6-O Win
1O!5 Volley Streom Centrol Home 2-1 O.T. Win
1O!7 South Side Home 2-4 Loss
1O!12 Sewonhoko Awoy 2-1 Win
1Of14 Herriclss Home 7-O Win
1O!16 Port Woshington Awoy 1-2 O.T. Loss
10!19 Wontogh Awoy 6-O Win
1Of21 Colhoun Home GO Win
10126 South Side Awoy 1-3 Loss
Front Row: J, Dolon, M. Honley, Y. Soito, J. Weekes, B. Weekes, T. McCutcheon. Bock Row: T. J. McArdle, M.
Turchiono, P. Sutter, J. Burns, M. Weisburg, Mr. Busch, J. Mocyko, M, Egon, Mr. King.
This yeor the girls' ond boys' cross
country teoms both hod very successful
seosons. The girls' teom, led by coptoin
Jone Mocyko ond the fobulous running
of junior phenomenon Jenny Weekes,
hod o record of 8-6, ond quolified for
county meet, where they finished 14th.
Jenny Weekes quolified for the store
meet ot Molone, New York, ond fin-
ished incredibly in fourth ploce. Other
outstonding runners were Michelle Tur-
chiono, Betsy Weekes, Jone Mocyko,
Moiro Honley, ond Yuriko Soito. The
boys' teom wos extremely successful,
with on 11-2 record, o third ploce finish in
the conference, ond o sixth ploce finish
in the county. A highlight of the seoson
wos the teom's winning of the
Bethpoge lnvitotionol. The teom wos
led by co-coptoins Morc Weisburg ond
Poul Sutter, Morc Weisburg quolified for
the New York Store Federotion meet
ond finished impressively. Other excep-
tionol runners were Jim Burns, Tom Mc-
Cutcheon, Jim Dolon, ond eighth
groders T. J. McArdle ond Mike Egon.
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Sitting: J, Long, K. Egon, L. LoMonico, L. Torreollo, K. Culhone. Stondlngz P, Cutrone, Cooch Mortin, T. Depp, P. Gowon, A. Gollon, K. lnglesby, T Elliott J Stonecki
Judson, P. Sponos, J. Johnson, S. lnglesby.
This yeor, our Vorsity Bosketboll Teom surprised everyone
with on impressive 13-6 record, 12-2 in the division. The
teom, led by Lenny "l oin't too short" LoMonico, progressed
to the second round of the ploy-offs before they were
knocked out of competition by o tough Uniondoie teom. This
yeor's teom wos unique for o number of reosons. Usuolly,
the teom hos been dominoted by o stoble storting five, but
this yeor Cooch Mortin effectively shuffled ond utilized both
the storters ond the reserves. Also, the teom oppeored on
Long lslond Coble Television os they soundly defeoted Her-
ricks 72-46. Perhops the most memoroble gome wos the
one ogoinst Ploinedge, os Lenny LoMonico set o new school
record for most points in one gome: 43. This broke the
previous record held by Cori Broun C42 pointsb. Other
outstonding ployers were Luis Toroello, Andy Gollon, Tom
Pogonis, Joe Johnson, ond Ken Egon. The teom looks forwo
Pogonis, Judson, ond Sponos return next yeor.
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This yeor's boysjunlor vorsity
Bosketboll teom wos one of
the most successful in Gorden
City history os it compiled o 17-1
record. The teom, led by cooch
Schmerler, rolled through the
seoson with relotive eose. The
teom wos led by sophomores
Poul Cowie, Rob Griffith, Jock
Crowley, Greg Bryont, Greg
Kessel, ond junior, Jim Gront.
Most of these ployers look for-
word to competing next
seoson ot the vorsity level,
FirsrRow:C. Barrett,J. Gupta, J, Bartholemew, G, Hegeman.5econdRow A Bic: B Nowack M Allegro C Bennett E Thumbser Mr Dell Olio
Led by senior co-captains Catherine Bennett and Bethy
Nowack, the 1982-1988 Varsity Girls' Basketball Team finished
their season with a league record of 9-5. Due to last year's
outstanding record, the team was moved up into tough
League D, gaining competitors Plainedge, Wantagh, and
MacArthur. Nevertheless, the girls placed third in their league
and tenth in Nassau County.
Returning from last year were senior forward Elaine
Thumser, who pulled down her share of the rebounds, and
junior guard Maria Allegro, who played a significant role in
maintaining team spirit. Other outstanding players were juniors
Joan "Flash" Grupp and Maria "T" Torroella, and sophomore
Working best under pressure, the team squeezed a 46-45
victory out of Port Washington in overtime. With the winning
jump shot, loan Grupp, known for her unsurpassed quickness,
saved the game. Garden City entered the playoffs with great
expectations. Despite Coach John Dell'Olio's expertise and
Bethy Nowock's 16 points, the team lost to a tough Farm-
Both Jean Bartholomew and Bethy Nowack were named to
the All-League and All-Conference teams. Three of its starters
being underclassmen, the team looks forward to continued suc-
cess next year.
GIRLS' .IV BASKETBALL
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Bosketboll Teom likes to look
upon this seoson os o rebuilding
yeor. With o rother unim-
pressive record, the girls or leosr
enjoyed themselves. This
yeor's cooch wos Emily
Winetrop. Perhops next yeor's
sophomores will bring new
energy to the reom.
Left to Right: J. Sontongello, V. Sutton, J. Borbogollo, S. Burden, V. D'Allesscxndro, P, Reinhordt, P. Gieseke, M.
A. Sontongello, K. Buschmonn, U. Borelli, Dr. Torrou.
The Boys' Swim Teom hod o much
more successful seoson this yeor, with
oll the teom members returning from
lost yeor, ond some odditionol
members trying out. Cooched by
Anne Sullivon, the teom hod obout
twenty members. The teom hod
severol members go to the oll-
county meet. Also, the members
must be proised for their dedicotion
to the before school proctices ot both
Adelphi University ond Nossou Com-
This yeor, Gorden City High sponsore
both girls' Cpicturedb ond boys' Cnot pl
turedb bowling teoms. The teoms wou
proctice ofter school, under the supervisic
of Mr. Nelson ond Dr. Torrou, ot Gorden 4
ty Bowl ond often hod meets ot Sheridc
Lones. The girls' teom hod o foirly SL
cessful seoson, while the boys' teo
Left to Right. J. Costles, W. Stonkewick, J. Krupiko, C. Spencer, C. Byrne.
First Row: B. Freemon, J. Olcott, J. Dehler, M. Krieg, 5. Ospino. Second Row: Dr. Decker, G. Prime, K. Melkonion, P. Truesdell, S. Cronin, T.
Miller, Mr. Slocombe. Third Row: S. Mocchio, M. Molerbo, M. Murphy, E. O'Hore, C. Werbin, B. Huschei, C. Mercier.
This yeor's wrestling teorn, led by the cooching of Dr. Eugene
Decker ond Mr. Willis Slocombe, ond coptoined by Jeff Clousen,
Steven Ospino, John Dehler, ond Chris Werben, storted off strong,
but, due to ct leg injury to the Ieoding wrestler, Steven Ospino, the
teom went into o toilspin ond ended the seoson with 0 2-6 record.
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Despite o slow stort, the Vorsity Rifle Teom set its
one of the toughest leogues on Long lslond.. Led by
coptoin Ron Dornou, who is ronked eleventh in Nossou
County, the teom ochieved o high scoring overoge.
Fine performonces by eoch member contributed to
the teom's overoll success.
sights on o string of victories. The teom ploced third in if
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The undefeoted Fencers of 1982-3 were rhe most
successful in the teom's eight-yeor history. Over-
whelming the other Nossou teoms, the Gorden City
teom's record wos 10-O, moking them county
individuolly on vorsity, in o sport thot requires o
member to score 5 touches ogoinst on opposing
fencer, coptoin Morcos Rego-Monteiro won 20 mot-
ches, ond become the first fencer ever without o
defeot, while vorsity members Ted Popoulos, John
Scorpino, Morc Genberg, ond Noder Poksimo impoled
the opposition with neor sweeps.
Bruce Thoet successfully filled in for vorsity members,
while other younger members goined voluoble ex-
perience. The teom won the county competition ond
ploced individuolly os well ot the tournoment held ot
GIRLS' WINTER TRACK
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Sitting: P. Curron, S. Burke, T. Foley. Kneeling: J. Noonon, J. Weekes, J, Weigold, S. Collins, J. Mocyko, Standing: B.
Weekes, J. Weekes, M. Turchiono, Y, Soito, L. Wren, K. McKenzie.
BOYS' WINTER TRACK
The Girls' Winter Trock Teom en-
joyed o successful seoson under the
direction of Cooch John Frosco. The
teom consisted of o new group of
hord working girls, from both the
junior ond senior high schools. The
girls hope their hord troining will help
them to prosper in the upcoming spr-
This yeor's Boys' Winter Trock Teom, under cooches Worren King ond Robert Busch, wos very successful. In foct, the teom wos this
yeor's Division QA chompions. Morcos Rego-Monteiro come in second ploce in the conference fifty-five meter dosh. Ajoy Gupto ploc-
ed second in the conference in the high jump. The 880 reloy olso ploced second in the conference. The teom looks forword to o
greot spring seoson.
Flrst Row: C. Horidopolos, T. McCutcheon, M. Cowie, D. Lopez, J. Burns, B. Gorber. Second Row: Mr. Busch, Mr. King, J. Dolon, D. Thomosino, A.
Gupto, M. Rego-Monteiro, M. Weisburg.
Sitting: R. Rosoto, J. Drivos, A, Mosi, S. Stohel, B. Corsey. Kneeling: D. Rogowski, S. Dlonco, C. Murphy, S. Loke. Standing: Mr. Kost, L.
Esposito, G. Weiss, D, Anderson, K. Schouf, T, Stobiie.
The girls' gymnostics reom finished in Std ploce in Con-
ference ll with on overoll record of 7-2. The following girls
were outstonding in their events: Cotherine Schouf - ""'
Beom, Thereso Stobile - Voulting, Chrissy Murphy -
Porollel Bots. Two girls were chosen os best overoll gym-
nosfs, Doyno Anderson ond Chrissy Murphy.
Sitting: L, O'Leary, E. Heaney, Mr, Newlin-Wagner, C, Edwards, Mr. Doerschuk, A. Kidd, F. Camas, C. Weiss. Second
Row: P. Flynn, S. Materia, G, Delaporte, A. Wise, S. Hiller, P. Haffner. Back Row: Hogan, J. Maggio, T. Truesdell, R.
Dornau, A. De-laparte.
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a surprising season. Coming off c
outstanding 1962 season, the tear
seemed destined for a poor season yi
they were able to compile an ir
pressive record. Led by the coaching 1
Mr. Newlin-Wagner and Mr. Doerschuc
the team kept the winning traditic
alive at GLC. Outstanding players wel
Geordie Delaporte Ccaptainb, E
Heaney, Tyler Truesdell, and Chris E
wards in goal.
BOYS VARSITY LACROSSE
First Row: B. Peters, T. McDonogh, K. von Seelen, H. Blair, J. Jordan, L. LaMonica, R. Freeman, C. Werben. Second Row: R. Sweeney, B. Dwyer, S.
Dougherty, J. Larkin, P. Haeffner, C. Georgi, F. DeAngelo, P. Harding, D. McCarthy, Doc Dougherty. Third Row: T. Brown, K. Alden, J. Fuller, P. Sullivan, C.
Tobin, R. Griffith, P. Bennett, S. Hiller, A. Samoan, C. Durand.
BOYS J.V. LACROSSE
Although the 1983 Lacrosse team was o little young and lacking
experience, the season was quite exciting. Back from last year's
championship team were defensive stand-outs Harry Blair and cap-
tain John Jordan. On defense also were sophomore starter Peter
Bennett, Kenny Alden, Tom Brown, Bob Dwyer, Frank DeAngelo, Phil
Harding, and Dan McCarthy. Goolies Chris Werben and John Fuller
were also effective.
At midfield the Trojans brought back Bill Peters, Rob Freeman, Len-
ny Lamonico, and Tom McDonough - all seniors who were a scoring
threat to other teams. Young sophomores who lacked experience,
but looked good included Robert Griffith and Bill Durand. Pete Haeff-
ner, Andy Borzilleri and Tim Tobin rounded
out the "middies."
As for the attack, Sean Dougherty, Keith
VonSeelen, and Hahn Larkin all worked
well together and are fine stickhondlers as
well as shooters. Each was a great threat to
other teams. Chris Georgi, Brian Sullivan
and Scott Hiller backed up the first attack,
and each one was o capable
The team might have struggled at times
because they were young, but after a
5 strong first game against Manhassett, they
" surprised quite a few people.
GIRLS VARSITY LACROSSE
Standing: D. King, D. Pentajari, A. Sapanski, L. Wilson, C. Jordan, L. Dillmeyer, R. Freeman, P. DeMarco. Sitting: M. Harrington, S. Goldsmith, T. Her-
ty, M. Cashman, S. Sirch, M. Fitspatrick, G. Weiss, L. O'Connor, B. Carsey, A. Vought.
The 1983 Girl's Varsity Lacrosse Team
had a very successful season, The team
was skillfully coached by Pam DeMarco,
and headed by captains Caroline Jordan
and Lisa Wilson.
The team was also endowed with such
star players as Arlene Sapanski, Christine
Boddicker, Michele Turchiano, and Maura
Cashman. With the help of many talented
juniors and sophomores, the team had a
winning season. Traditionally, the lacrosse
teams at Garden City have been suc-
cessful. This year's team was no exception.
GIRLS J.V. LACROSSE
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Flrst Row: L. Haite, A. Rydell, M. Paisley, C. Curran, S. Schiraldi, L. McCabe, J. Onufrak, M. Carter. Second Row
N. Ackersan, A. Dolan, L. Harder, L. Wilson, C, Hoffelder, L. Frizzie, P. Fitzpatrick, L. Freeman, K. Swain, P
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Standing: H. Brooks, J. Gront, P. Hecken, P. Doley, D. Estoy. Kneeling: A. Testo, 5. Heoney, 5. Huhto, M. Srofford.
This yeor's Tennis teom missed the
company of eight senior storters from
lost yeor. The 9 wins ond 8 losses com-
piled by the 1982 squod is considered o
greot ochievement. This yeor's teom
hoped to perform similorly, even toking
into occount the stellor tolent of the
other teoms in the leogue. lt is not rote,
in foct, it is often thot o teom from this
leogue odvonces for into the Stote
This yeor there were only two
Seniors: Tommy Burchill ond Donny
Estoy to leod the teom. The rest of the
teom wos comprised of three Juniors:
Phil Hecken, Poul Doly, ond Jim Grontg
two Sophomores: Steve Testo ond Seon
Heoveyg ond two junior highsters: John
McLououlin ond Dick Hozorion. As one
con ploinly see, the teom wos omply
supplied with experienced vorsity
ployers for yeors to come.
First Row: B. Gorber, P. Sutter, J. Dolon Ccoptoinb, M. Rego-Monteiro Ccoptoinb, Ajoy Gupto Ccoptoinl D
Lopez, B. Semrnes, D. Schrier. Second Row: Mr. Busch, Mr. King, W. Stonkiewiclt, P. Borelli, M. Weisburg, D
Thomosino, A. Rego-Monreiro, M. Cowie, C. Horldopolos. Third Row: C. Winsky, T Morono, K. Moody, J
Kiyosu, R. Pork, P. Mollon, T. Boker, J. Borbogollo. Fourth Row: M. Mulroney, C. Olcott, N. Drown, M. Egon, T.
McArdle, T. Pogonis. Fifth Row: Mr. Frosco, H. Flynn, L. Murphy, G. Hebron, A. Moreno, J. Gewert, J. Shuort, P.
Kelly, T. Krieg, M. Heoney, D. Lothom.
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The 1983 seoson for trocls wos onothe
chornpion one. ln the lost three yeors, th
Gorden City High School hos hod on unto
nished record: in those three yeors, the teor
hos remoined undefeoted in the regulq
seoson, os well os hoving won nurneroil
The squod hos mony people with th
copobilities to go to the county rneets. Moi
Cowie, Ajoy Gupto, ond Morcos Regt
Monteiro ore just o few of the tolented boy
on the teom. The teorn wos truly solid 0
The school owes much of the credit to
mon who is very lsnowledgeoble in trocls on
field: Mr. Worren King. Mr. King is the reoso
for the fontostic trocls teoms of the po
severol yeors. Hopefully, this winning streo
will continue in yeors to come.
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The Garden City girls track team, con-
sisting of about forty girls, has been
undefeated for the past five years, There
are always new records being set. This
season the girls had a very strong team,
showing a lot of potential talent in every
Some outstanding performances were
turned in by Lorena El-dado in the mile
walls, Cindy Smith in the long jump, Julie
Weelses in the hurdles, Jill Weigold and
Karen McCarthy in the high jump, and Jen-
ny Weelses in the 880 yard run.
The Vorsity Boseboll Teom wos
young, ond rebuilding ofter o successful
seoson in '82 With only five returnees,
the teom wos led by senior coptoin ond
three-yeor storter Brion Emmert ond
--' junior co-coptoin Rich lronside, The teom
is looking for o ployoff berth, ond Cooch
Smith feels the teom should be suc-
cessful with the help of Tom Finegon,
Ron Judson ond Jose Perez. The
boseboll teom hod o very successful trip
to North Corolino ond corried this en-
thusiosm ond fine ploy into the seoson.
Top Row: Cooch, R, Judson, D. Thoyer, B. Emmert, R. lronside, J. Moggio, Cooch Smith. Second Row: J. Motthews, K.
Egon, M. Molerbo, J. Hoyes, T, Finne-gon, R. Pollodino. Bottom Row: M. Clork, B. Nichols, G. Buchmon, C. Soutor, J.
Perez, K. Melkonion.
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Top Row: J. Grupp, K. Miller. M. Allegro, M. Torello, M. Roellig, C, Borrette, S. Rhodes, K. Smith. Bottom Row: B. Nowock, A. Mulroney, C. Bennett, C. Olelsso, S. Kennel-
ly, D, Reinhardt, N. Grogon. E. Thumser.
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Despite the loss of severol of lost yeor's key performers due to groduotion, this
yeor's softboll teom hod o successful seoson. The tecmm wos led by returning
seniors Eloine Thumser, Cotherine Bennett, Bethy Nowocla, Stephonie Kennelly,
Coro Olekso, Alice Mulroney, ondjuniors Morio Allegro, Mortho Roellig ond Joon
Grupp. While the teom's performonce yocilloted, the pitching, led by Mortho
Roellig, remoined consistent ond strong. Although the seoson did not stort out os
successfully os the teom hod onticipoted, the teom showed greot enthusiosm
throughout the rest of the seoson.
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First Row: T, Tsoi, J. Noonon. K. Mellsonion, S. Engels, A.
J. Romos, C. Sonders, D. Dousch, T. Deloney, M. Kitoefi.
The Girls Bodminton Teom, cooched by Mr.
Milse Kitoeff, with returning Vorsity members
hod o rebuilding yeor. Led by seniors
Morionne Sontongello, Alix Gitelmon, Borboro
Dousch, Kothleen Rice, ond Gino Borelli, the
teom exceeded their expectotions. Amozing
first yeor ployers included Joyce Noonon ond
Korin Mellsonion. With o rother young teom,
the next few yeors should be very good ones
for the teom.
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The 1982-83 golf teom wos led by the devostoting
combinotion of senior coptoin Art Holmes ond junior
Tim Mundy. These ployers olone hod the experience
to tolse the teom to victory during the seoson, the
county chompionships, ond possibly the stote chom-
pionship. ln oddition, during the seoson the teom hod
olso been oble to depend on seniors Jock Dies, Chris
Edwords, John DeMoio, Corl Weiss, ond sophomore
Korl Gorret. The mojority of this yeor's teom wos
seosoned veterons who tried to better lost yeor's win-
ning record. The Trojons ployed their home motches ot
the Gorden City ond Cherry Volley Country Clubs. With
oll this in their fovor, the teom members hod on ex-
tremely successful seoson.
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Class Council but the most crucial part of the budget IS
contributed by The Friends of the Class and the adver
tlsers To these people we owe much It is dlfflt ult to ex
press our thanks to the Friends but we can thank our
advertisers by taking advantage of their products or ser-
vices. The business sector is an important part of any com-
munity and ours is especially important. The merchants of
Garden City add to the town s flavor and atmosphere. S0
support the local merchants' they supported you!
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THE MEN'S ASSOCIATION
to the Class of 1983
Thank You lor the Loyal Support
ol Our Programs by the Students
and Their Parents.
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William Fuller Pete Haeffner
Vice Presidents Secretary
John Gammage John Nothel
Carmine D'Antonio Assistant Sec.lTreas
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P,C, The signers would like
Best of Luck to the Class of '83
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to wish the class of '83
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ROAD SIGNS YOU
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the class of '83 the
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CLASS OF '85
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Garden City, N.Y. 11530
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Formal Wear of Long Island
Bonaventure Bldg. SALES 8. RENTALS
Wiring for All Types Do-Screws 888 Ffaf1klin.Ave- QCMSQUQS Thurs 9.30.9 1
of Lamps and Garden CNY wed. Fri. sat, 9:36-5
888 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 1 1530
Phone Pioneer 2-8280 Dry Air Cold Storage Q
Fine Furs If You Are Thinking of Going Someplece
Why Nqr Talk It Over
1046 Franklin Avenue With Someone
who I-In Been There?
Repairing and Remodeling Garden City, L.l. customized 1-rays' service
OF GARDEN CITY, LTD.
107 Seventh St.
Garden City, New York
ISLAND BOOKS Dxid
The Law Center and
662 Frautklin Ave., Garden City, N.Y. 11530 45161248-9393
e The Class of '83
-QQEIE YQ, H Books for Practising Lawyers.
z F' I Law School Texts SL Casebooks.
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Sportswear in the Classical Tradition Co'
for Men and Women
174 Seventh Street
169 Seventh st., Garden City 746-7127 Gafdef' City- New Yofk 11530
Congratulations to the
Class of '83
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Warner Paints of Beauty
llcalg , Office: f516lPl 1-4422
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Robert J. Krener PAINT CUMPANY
President 1 Dtsttncttve Wallpapers -
101 Seventh Street, Garden City, New York 11530 Palms - Wa"PaPe' " A"iS"s SUPPHSS
114 7th Street
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
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 IsIand'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 Telteyan that does not give the service or performance as
represented will be replaced, reserviced, reinstalled, adjusted or corrected without charge Q13
GARDEN CITY DELICATESSEN
Catering for All Occasions
100 7th St., Garden City, NY
GARDEN CITY JEWELERS
747 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y.
26 Years Serving
AI Levin PI6-2304
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Gifts and Needlework ' I
731 FRANKLIN AVENUE
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. 11530
HARRIET'S SILVER LININGS
675 Franklin Ave.
Garden City 741-3680
Congratulations Class of '83
Office, School, and Party Supplies
Typewriters and Adding Machines
tClean and Repair Servicel
J.J. NEWMAN 81 COMPANY
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BASKIN-ROBBINS ICE CREAM STORE
165 7TH STREET f GARDEN CITY NY 11530 X 15163 248-4744
660 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530 45161747-2156
Lunch Mon.-Sat. 11:30-3:30
Late Night Snacks 9:30-2:00
Sunday Brunch 12:30-3:30
pioneer 7-0185 evenings
937 franklin avenue
john I. kordes garden city, n.y.
H.L. GROSS 81 BRO.
Jewelers Since 1910
815 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
516-746-7577 John Dempsey
J8tR OPTICIANS, INC.
Fashion Eyewear - Contact Lenses
540 Franklin Aven Monday-Friday 9-5:30
Garden City, N.Y. 11530 Saturday 9-2
EASTERN DIAMOND s. JEWELRY
Wholesale to the Public
Gold - Silver - Diamonds - Antique Jewelry
We Buy Eetatee Complete and Partial
We Buy at Top Pricelll Immediate Ceeh Paid
Strictly Co l dentiel - Personalized Service
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We Will Treat You With Courteey and Diacretion in Complete Privacy
Come in and Browse and Meet Our Friendly Staff - Gemologiet on Stall - Free Parking in Rear
Mon. to Fri. 9:30-5:30 P.M. Sat. 10-4:30 Daily and Sat. 10-5 PM.
Main Office - Garden City Bayshore
642 Franklin Ave. 1100 Sunriee Hwy.
731 Franklin Avenue, Garden City, 1516i 747-8791
N.Y. Open Tuesday-Saturday
tin Back of The Pear Treel 11-4
and by Appointment
TIT FOR TAT
"The Unique Consignment Shop"
invites you to visit us . . .
. . . "Trust and Love" is our motto.
Gently Used Party-Best MSW Ann Miller
Clgtheg Michelle Del Pointi
Antiques - Collectibles Pat Farrell
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Words of Wisdom:
"To Thine Own Self
Class of 1983
Our Love and Best
Wishes to Kara
and the Class of '83
MARY JO 8: ED
the Class of 1983
MR. 81 MRS. JOHN E. CURRY
Congratulations to the Class of 1983
Specialists in Investment and
Commercial Real Estate
65 Hilton Ave.
Garden City, New York 11530
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1983
GC SANDWICH SHOP
653 Franklin Ave.
Gardin City, NY 11530
Class of 1983
MADRIGALS 81 CELESTONES
Class ol 1983
CLASS OF 1984
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THE DALY FAMILY
Congratulations Class ot '83
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Gorden City High School students ore very well trovelled.
Mony students trovel on their own or with their fomilies, but the
rnojority of those who go overseos do so either by woy of the
Student Exchonge Progrom or o school sponsored trip. Mony
students porticipoted in lost summer's Student Exchonge in-
cluding those students who went to Spoin on o group ex-
chonge. Mory Ellen Kruysmon went to Norwoy, while Glenn
Borton went to Switzerlond. Lost yeor, the school sponsored
trips to ltoly, Russio, ond Englond, ond this yeor's trips will be go-
ing to ltoly, Russio, ond Hollond.
Looking ot the non-ocodemic side of our high school yeors, we
must remember the Portiesl The finol bell on Fridoy ofrernoon
ushers in the forty-eight hour weekend celebrotion. Some of these
porties will remoin in our memories forever: who could forget Coc-
como porties? All in oil, porties were o very mojor ond importonr
port of our lives: o letting go from the week, o meeting of new
friends, ond o wonderful senior yeor!
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Deorh to Spoce invaders! This Buds for you!
Smile, maybe rhey'II osk us o
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True friendship: shoring 0 wolkmon.
Liso bugged me to put this in!
For my next oct . . .
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Do you feel boxed in?
Moth IS greot
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Just keep doncing
Yeo, we're seniors.
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Creotivlry in octlon.
I chugged Ir.
Studio hord or work.
Flnd the foces In the pom-poms.
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Hello officer, this ls my blke.
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to correct on erront thermostot or corrying o heovy-duty
metol cutter to open on illegolly opproprioted locker. He's
August K. Schmidt, offectionotely known os "Smitty" by
students ond foculty members, heod custodion ot the High
School. Come Jonuory, the High School will lose Smitty to
retirement ofter o long ond distinguished coreer in the
Gorden City schools.
ln 1959, Smitty's employment in Gorden City begon when
o bus driver who hoppened to be o friend of Smitty's told
him of o custodiol position opening in Gorden City. For eigh-
teen months Smitty worked os o night-time custodion for
Hemlock, Homesteod, ond Locust Schools. Then Smitty
become o doy custodion ot Homesteod, ond ofter eleven
yeors there, he wos promoted to o heod custodion position
ot Strotford School. When six yeors hod expired, Smitty
switched schools o finol time, ond for the post seven yeors,
All these yeors of dedicotion to the G d
or en City School System hove eorned Smitty the respect ond odmirotion of the
school foculty ond odministrotion "He's on outstondin
. g person ond heod custodion," soys English Deportment Choir-
mon, George Costigon. "Whotever the problem, he is olwoys quick to the rescue. "
Before his custodiol experience, Smitty wos in the grocery business. However, he seems "thoroughly content with his
coreer in Gorden City." For over twenty yeors, Smitty's chief responsibility hos been, in his own words, "To moke sure
the building is OK. for the students." He likes Gorden City students ond hos found the High School o pleosont ploce in
which to work. He hos never considered leoving Gorden City, primorily becouse of the "generol ottitude of both the
students ond foculty. " Another reoson Smitty hos enjoyed working ot the High School is the continuol chonges in routine
ond the different work experiences he encounters, such os helping students set up for ofter-school octivities ond ossisting
teochers with room orrongements ond chonges.
When he leoves, Smitty will corry the worm thoughts ond feelings which the people in the High School hove toword
him. As sociol studies teocher Joke White exploins, "As sponsor of the Trqon Club, l spend mony hours ot the school in
the evening or on week-ends. No motter whot we osk of him, Smitty olwoys does his best to occommodote us in set-
ting up for Spirit Doy, Homecoming Movie Night etc ll
, , . snow thot our club ond l, personolly, will reolly miss him." Mr.
Pruson refers to Smitty, simply os o "gentlemon. "
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