North Shore High School - Taliesin Yearbook (Glen Head, NY)
- Class of 1982
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A HAPPY 25rh ANNIVERSARY
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"ABBY" 521 Football, Lax, Hill-Drill, B.l.T.S.,
Yac-Shack with Bone and Rome, Shotgunning,
Quarting Club. Good times with R.V., P.V.S., D.S. "ls
that a beer?" N.T. F.M.
Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, along with the '1O',
D.N. Cor A.N.D. CB, L.B. Special thanks R.C. and R.H.
Remember the 308 GTB.! Vrof2 m.
JUSTINE E. ADAMCEWICZ
"Shams and illusions are esteemed for soundless
truths, while reality is fabulous." - Thoreau
""Austria 61 France 62" ... APIO .... L.B. D.C.
L.W. C.B. L.G . . . Thanks for the memories Au Re-
voir mes amies.
SHARON AMATO I
Will only remember the good times. "Summer
81" S.R., P.T., A.A., S.R., C.R., Toots with M.M.,
23181. A smile to lighten up the day. Will neve
forget J.M. Thanks Mom.
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Block ond red Z26 - 1O!3f81 New friends old
friends will never be forgotten. J.D. ond coke. Sum-
met tons! Hope it works! That's right we bod! Born
to be wild! Smile!! D.C., S.R.
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"The credit belongs to he. . .who strives voliontly,
who errs ond comes short ogoin ond ogoin: who
knows the great enthusiosm, the great devotion,
ond who spends himself in o worthy couse . .
The Light of the Aryons "Comerieri" Icedteo
DOCS-DASP 'BYE CHRIS
"Bob" 47 Soccer C1 Boseboll, "B.B." the guys -
Don's summer house, Fire Islond "What the
HelI!", "Pigs A", blue bombis gone. Good times -
Dione 6 John Conodo 82 MARIANNE - BE MINE
'GREGG - All of My Love Forever."
T.F.F., "C.R., P.G., L.H., L.Z., and Mare.
C.M., Where are you?? The Rolling Stones '81,
Thanks Linda, Take it slow, and enjoy the Snow!!!
Rocky - Red and White Blazer- Thanks to all my
good Friends - we had good times - "Hay Doug
how's your hammer" - 4 wheeling, Gorvies, Top-
pen always have I.C.B. - Thanks alot Mom, Dad,
Donna and Patrick - "I made it"lII
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Liz... "HeIIo Doll"l . . . Let's eat , . . G.H. - Good
Times with friends - LB LD KC CB KT - ECCfWilI
always remember Kathy - W.W. M.F. M.?. Les-ie-
if pest! . . . "Harriet + ZeIda." Thanks M-I-DIMJP
. . . Later!
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MARY BELLE ISLE
FGFF - Kelly and Tracy, "Give-me-a-breakII" Sum-
mer '61, "Bird watching . . . Lisa?", the dangerous
type, "Mairy", Kelly can't-canoe? Cthe B'sJ, "I-A-N-
A-AH"jYC WI YD PTG, Hi Luz, Hey J.D., Donna!
P-A-R-T-I-E-5: Stac, l.C. Thanx ST., .l.W., "Thats so
funny," LIFEGUARDS, "Hi Guys" - CXRXBIJJM
Good Friends will always be remembered - All!
KXBXS - Mercedes -
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Oh let me flow into the ocean
Let me get back to the sea
Let me be strong and let me be calm
Let the tie in
And let me free
- The Who-
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Time made you bolder
Even children get older
Now I'm getting older too
Remembering forever: CKL CD7 JD LH CL NR
Barbados, Cosmetology, Special times and the
one who made them happen C143 Joeyb A "Spe-
cial FamiIy" Tiamo
" . . . I have my hopes to comfort me
lgot my new horizons out to sea ...... 'Cause l
know I'm gonna find
my own peace of mind -
Someday .., "
- Moody Blues
JANET E. DREEN
Geniune D.F.-l-D.C. summer 80' ll!
LESLIE DORZILLER' "Damnit Janet" n.oFF. quo, Johnny D., Mikey n.
Joezy, Weanny, Sue Efl- SWEETD
'Friends have Ol' things in Common-' Hello my name is... ma F.Q. summer 51'+Al's I
- PIOTO' HATE HIM . . . ?l?l, Exploring, Terra's Peg + G-l-T's
'l'll miss ya all guy's'
Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of
TERRANCE C. BROKER
Down at the end
choice: it is not a thing to be waited for, it is o thing
Round by the corner
to be achieved.
- WJ. Bryon
"Dritzy" The future is everything that I love and
that which exists. Mom, I Love You! T.T. and D.R. -
you're beautiful. Thanks Bruce for the D.O.N.G. -
see you in the year 2001.
Close to the edge
Just by the river
Seasons will Pass you by
I get up, I get down
Now that it's over and done
Now that you Find, now that you're whole.
6' 2", 200? C'mon that's the kid from Friends? Left
Friends mode new ones, leaving againl 589, Ham
Bone, Shower Scene, Bud, The Boys, Traitor, Base-
ball, Hoops, Football, many memories to exper-
ience. Thanks everybody - you too Coach Mel.
Droz - Lowies, Hangin, Drinkin, J.H.S., Peppers,
G.W.L. Always Crawlin. My Good Friends! Thanks
alot? RM 125 - Riden Dro's and Cuzes later HW.
Thanks family, I made it! Thanks Eve - for every-
!WHAT A TRIP!
Summer '81 - "Silly girl"ll! lLUS!!! GL GP!!! AR BJ PC
MJ KS DH RH PTJM SP!!! Good TimeslGood friends!!!
Utah or bust!!! Telephone poles, oops!!! Thanks to
all who smiled and laughed along! Sunshine loves
hey LEE - we made itl
11f12!61 - "STONES CONCERT"
Special Memories of - "The Magic Mustang," RG,
CK, AZ, C1 "Glen Cove"
"NURSES CALL THE SHOTS"
Mom 6 Will
!'Time is on my side"!ll!
EDWARD P. BUTT
Gristede's - "THE SUPRA VAN"
LML '78-'79 Rolling Stones!"l Can't Get No Satisfac-
tion" "Get Off Of My CIoud" - The Band?
'67 Nova-327,11 speed, Duel Fuel, Duel Exhaust-'66
DAWN P, CACERES
"All dreams are destined to be fulfilled" "Canada:
80, 81, 82. '66K, Love to Tommy and my friends.
Thanx Mom and Roger. "Harlequins", laughs in
A.P.l3. Soccer and Track.
"Meanwhile back in the jungle . .. '
, J.. RH
Ever moving down the stream
Lingering on the golden stream,
Life what is it, but o dream.
Music is all and we'll all meet
up again at the heavenside layer.
ROBERT JOHN CASSANDRO
lf a man does not keep pace with his companions
perhaps it is because he hears a "different drum
mer." Let him step to the music which he hears
KEITH CARTAGINE however measured or far away.
Wrestling - The Carts 350 8f23f8O K.D. Who told?
lJ.O.B. and the wagon 4110181 Times with Lucia
will always be remembered. What you don't re-
member - didn't happen. D.O., l.L.
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Thirty words oren't enough,
You know whof I would hove soid
t ' Z ' by Ciompi, the non - porty guy,
,M "Lef's move on" Cops ond robbers.
Good times will never be forgotten. And my buddy
Erik, and friends. Class of '82, Barely made it thru! DEBRA CIMAGLIA
To my friends at North Shore,
"Thanks for the times that you've
The memories are all in my mind."
and Thank you Margaret and Mum,
l'II never forget what you've done.
Good times. Fond memories. Best times with L.H.,
J.D., D.D., R.D., Deachbaby. Let the sunshine! Flor-
ida. Senior Cut Days M.U.D. '60, '61. Pina Coladas.
Mini Mart. Weekend. Thanks Mom1Dc1d. Love Ya!
Who knows when we shall
Time, keeps flowing like a river,
On and On, to the sea,
To the sea.
8124160 - K. K-Nashville 1011181 - 'KINKS'
Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes.
3 1 ROWENA courts
S' A me K N, 0 Qs-'f l..W. - "We must go on" "Jan. 9, 81" Grumps
if E K 1 - 5 A ' TRACFY COSTEU-O Forever, '81 mustang, Susey, Saratoga, Delaware
L FMF Ik B ff G P S H Always - 'A.m., E.B., S.F., J.S., J.M,, CW., M.L
MQUY' A le' U Y' Qgor' l99Y' me Y' Jock ' D 't do it better!
KELLY COSTELLO Blew" Canada 60-82 Anniversaire Sur le Mon- ins-A?TrT??
tange, Canoeing 60, 3160. 7160 WAP Summer 61'
sailing with Donna, "The Elite portlets" ..bye Al.
"DlNO", 312 Baseball, Basketball, Stones Concert,
sluggermobile. Love those Peaches, seen with
V.M., D.M., C.C., and J.P. l.L.Y.A, LAUREEN SWADR.
SATURDAY! THANKS MET, YOUR SICK. 111180.
Vega days Riegers Attic. Sports Illustrated, Basket-
ball parties at swill's DDMAPl
"Culk" - Wrestling, Soccer, Golf Cllubbles + Bud-
dy'sD F.l. '81-l-62 C?J - 'lWho scratched J.R.?" -
Sag's - Miller Qt. - "Ball bag"
"What the hell?" - The GUY'S - "1 week Rob?"
More good times to come.
MlCHAEL B. CUSHNY
Luv Ya Fudge, Hi Mom C1 Pop., Some of my best
Friends are thespians, A.G., C., D.M., The Kissing
Bandit Lives, See Ya at 7:20, The Lagoon! Love
Jeanie-O . . . 712B179, Scott-N-Jean . . . St. Rocco's
-l- "The Wooden Ships" Good Times-N-Good
Friends Parties, Ski-trips, Deefsteak Charlie's
and "Pepper's" Special Thanks to Scott and the
Family, l made it!
lSN'T THE SUNSET PRE TTY. .................................. .
il.P.J - KC JC VM RB JD - Thanks guy's! VM The
night "KC, never forget the biggy, 350 6123180
E.C.C. who told??? 1113181 JUDY 'you'll alway's be
something special to me 'Remember all the terrif-
ic times we had and will have! can't wait for 9131?
LML LIVES: Viking Masquers Will neverforget times
with C.P., B.M., K.T., J.S., T.L., E.T., D.M., D.P., C.L.,
K.L., L.G., W.H., J.D., X-county. Good luck D.F., R.P.,
D.O. Next year's season.
All night Corona Cruising Mid Island Plaza. Orient,
Sky and Defender "Knock yourself out Scott" Jim
and JD House for weekend. EC Slowhand much
happiness wished to J.S.1SMF1DB
JENNIFER DIFEDE JOHN DOHERTY
JD 488. The Budweiser Bunch, hills, P.V.S., R.V.,
J.M., M.A., S.D.? D.W., T.B., M.M., After four years l
finally found the right one - love my little T-I-A.
Canada '61-I-'61! B.I.T.S . ..
Each life converges to some centre, expressed or
still: exists in every human nature, 0 goal . . . "
- E. Dickerson
Sassy can always be found with Red CB PL DH
LB, Z-13, 4"17'79, 12'1'79
JULIE DOWDEN TIMOTHY P. DOWNEY
"We are all of us richer than we think we are" Disco Car, Death Chase through S.C. wfD.J.M., D.K.,
- Michel De Montaigne L.E., 7f25f6O. What DO YOU Know? I'm Skeeerd!
Funtime wfM.M., D.A., cp., LH., fan, Ax., ra.,
L.v,, ran., KM.
Goodbye Little Doggis, Swoogie! Breath Sweatiesl
Good Times with Dreadlock, Urban Cowboy and
the Rest. Chillout 6 be cool, the partie isjust begin-
Looking foward to a good life after I graduate from
KATHLEEN FERP-O high school. Having fun with 1.6. M.M. M.H. T.L.
and going four wheeling in my Toyota.
Kath - L.P., We shared so many secrets, good
times. 8'ul and experiences together. Now all
that's left are memories. You'll never be forgotten
- B.T. - S.T., J.S., L.M., M.E.J, D.C., M.B.F. - TFF
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Irash! OMNI '61 Summer Sailing CWithout the sails?
lElL!!j Will always remember: LS., J.G., R.C., LW.,
QB., T.R., D.W., S.S., A.K., N.O, E.P.B.. C.W., S.K. The
Lest years of my life!
You who are on "the" road
Must have a code that you can live by
And so become yourself
Because the past is just a good-bye.
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Lisa - Chunky "DUT", Slim, Queen of Chevelles,
Terri - Q91 PA1 Always 'Special times wf
DRT'Richie -Jukebox Hero Remember the MIEN!
'Albie' - Al, J.A. T.H. P.H. F.M. Slick, Sly
Thanx Mom + Dad
- you can't foretell the Future-
KIERAN P. GIDDONS
Cross Country, Wrestling, Track Captain Gibbs,
Myles to go before I sleep, Harry, RicGomez, Pap,
Nate, Lou - The Whaleman, Dig Bang, Celebrate,
Oh Yeah, Freestyle, Fast Frank, Recher's Wrecker,
Let it loose, Thanks R.B.
"We do not remember days, we remember mo-
- Cesar Pauese
Moi, Masquers. Buy my grapes? . . . Oh NO!! SMlLl
,. . TEA . . . Pink! .l.D. Mushca, Post Cards, O.N.l.T.Sl
In the sweetness of friendship let there be laugh
ter, and sharing of pleasures.
- Kahlil Gibran
Jame - Good times with good friends will alway
be remembered, Denihana's, Jack'n the Box 'Let
snow', Skiing 81, "What a Hack" L.H. will alway
be special. Thanx Mom E: Dad
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Whales Tails fr The Whalemen - Papp, Harry,
Gibbs, Lou, Nate, Ricgomez - Big Bangs - Cele-
brate! - Turn the Moose Loosell - Whip it Good!!
- N.Y., N.Y. - Tittles are Erotic!! - W5 - Masquers,
Summer '81 - CW.H., C.M., D.P., M.K., S.O.J Hit A
Bush!! Cut it outllll Wuffoooolll - T.L.: always
Lil' smurt - soccervI'21 - Cosmo-Concord MBDD -
"Italy 81" - "LG ES JM LP JS DH LM LT LL DK" -
IFTGT'S - YEAH I WANNA! Od HL ALA - GT SI Sm -
ESLG -115160 - 5123180 Special times w1Lee -
'GC FN FORGOTTEN' - LV WASTED NIGHTS W1Lofti
+ W's - MEAN WHILE BACK IN THE JUNGLE -
CLICK - FFL
G.O. 81-82 . . . A.R. TALIESIN, VV . . . ILAHSM 21201
61 GOOD TIME WITH GOOD FRIENDS B.J., M.S., L,B.,
K.S., C.R., L.H., A.R., G.E., Southhampton, B-house,
and P,R. parties, M-House, WINE fr DOBDIES, 101311
B1 PEPPERS, CITY, FILM, "And when the good times
are all gone then I'm bound for movin on" N,Y.
Will remember good times with great friends -
R.S., V.S. Led Zepplin . . . 6th period crusin . . . sets
. . . HUH!
"Lu" 523 Soccer, "We Made it LG" Italy 79, 51231
60 with the gang" Think Thin ES" DC 81, 11114181
THANX's S.F,F. D.T. Lil + EL W.N.B.F. "I wanna" GVT
BL GT in Smurf Mobile T.Y. F.A. T.GT 'LG ES JM LP JS
DH LM LT LL' - Love Ya - . . .Follow your dreams
... THE CLICK FFL
Stiff - QUARTS Forever,, "Take itsIow" Experience
it to the Limit!
Camping with the Rot, Johnny in the City. Going
Mobile via Bikin it. Where? There! Not here!
"Tweety" - Whatl? "Pupcorn" Want to play rac-
quetball, o'koy l'll coll. Summer of '81. Good
friends will not be forgotten especially JT 6 PC.
Beth, friends FOREVER. Love you Mom C: Dad
The Future's uncertain and the end is always near.
With love to DA, TT, FH, SD, HK, JF, LP. Thanks Mom
E: Dad. Spirit is something noone can destroy . , .
Islanders B0-61. Later North Shore-Much
"Harry" Basketball and Track. Triple Jump C45
feet?J North Shores last WASAF. Pap, Gibs, RicGo-
mez, Note, Lou. "Even the slave may have free-
dom when it is given to him. But to keep and enjoy
freedom, one must eorn it. The Armenian will
St. Patties Day Crash of '81, ML, PG, CB, DC, WM,
KK, and the "Regga Rocker".
Farewell Sweaties, Buddies, and RE.
Do it up "Spick" and "Leepart", PG and The Rotl
i ws, ....,,,.
And Tommy 614179. You win some, you lose
some, you throw some away. P.T., J.S., K.S., K.B.,
A.R., 6 the 3 D.H.'s B.S. 6 R.C. concerts. You just
never know ...
DOUGLAS PAUL HINES
Good times and good friends will be remembered
weekends work, TPA getting Drunk, SB ugh!
Good Luck KB. KS, KB, AR, RH. Love Yal Kath, let's
go to the Bank. Love Ya Mom . .. !
DEBRA ANN HODES
Hads! John Denver 3114181, AO 10113179. "l want
one!" PC, Args, SBS, 626 - Finally Evan! Echad, Vt1
AFS. RH summers - '79, Penn '81 - Petty! Atlantic
City? - Rm 211 BDYO - Conventions, DLC. 'Gary
5122181' G, DYHT?HHl "1-12PT", BGB? TM. LP JALD
JS "CLICK" - FFL. Grandpa, the memories are for-
ever in my heart. B.B.l.
Liz C1 Jane, King of the hill. My cousin. Friends to
cherish especially SW, AW, PL. PL, SL, AH, SH, CV.
60-81. Beaver Blank. LTC P., G., Thanks MGD I Love
LAURA JEAN HOPP
Zent . . . 3129180 - Tommy, l'll always love you.
Trips, Molsons, 6 Jd will always be remember w1
DC 6 MA. Luv Ya'sll Grateful Dead 1111179 week-
end. Foreigner 126. Good friends 4ever AM,
KM, PG, JS, and Carlo's LATER MUCH NORTH SHORE
Football 4 70, NASSAU C.C. OR U.S.C, HILL-DRILL
"VlCKI - from Oysterboyf' Lunch with K, L,
M.M.D, - CR 1960 P.M. wlT.C. - ADOL. Homecom-
ing 81. "B-G-N-N" Don't kid yourselfl G.F.-DR SB KS
TR RD RH MF TV MC-RG Thanx Coach Monoghon
. rfrr. 9 :MMM
May the Long time fun shine 'pon you All love
surround you ond the pure light within you guide
your way home.
ELIZABETH IVANOV - The lndedible Spring DOHC!
520 Yankees Always 31 Michele friends forever
"Fric and Frac" Summer of 60 with L.G. Cv R.G.
CA.G.J S.P., F.D., R.M. Good Friends Lancer Parties
with K.C., G.C., D.J. "lou" your always special l.L.U.
MOM 6 DAD
VIKI LYN JOHNSON
VIK . .. Rie, YMBF - Eil-BBB, JN, MW, LC, SV
Thanx1JC1DM1VM Pal Birds fly Q12O, 'FLORIDA'
TY-Mr. Maier, NANAILY, M Cv D, just Tami 6 Me,
"Mike - I miss you alot, But ILY more. "Chet. . .2-
21-81 .. . I Love you Sweetheart'
ELLIE . . . 322, skiing, cheerleading. Florida 79 -
IMIDNIGHT SAILING' Pink Champagne, 8123180
- All Nighters, L.K., R.O.-FFL, LMK, LM, MM, LB, KH,
KR, CR. Thanks Mom Cr Dad, 6114180 SN TOMMY -
'TOGETHER FOREVER' I LOVE YOUI
Till we meer again!
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Quarting in the spring - Lax 41 - "Peace Frog"
"Nervous Tension? exercise" Ski Canada
Thanks Aunt Diane 6 Uncle Harry. After J, K, D, D, J,
B, A, 6 K, the last Keel Leaves N,S. Alright!!
EH! Sista Bra, Rememba Johnny 6 Roy? "IL RD BI
DW TL LH"!
Thanks MaryLee, MSW, thanx for Wade . . . I Love
War at first is like a young girl
with whom every man desires to flirt
And at the last is an old woman
All who meet her feel grieved and hurt
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Cuds, Jeh, QWMKJ. Postcards DI 4l OWITS . . .
ENOUGH IS NEVER ENOUGH Fugliestl 4 Muketeers
- Erotic Walemen-B.H. MASQUERS, EXPLORERS,
TRACK, 'Dancing Shoes'. MD JJ, Yim+Reds. 'Spe-
cially K-NYC+ London-the best. WUDDLE.
'THE ROLLING STONEST
Living for the weekends. Morning and afternoon T.
Spending Saturday mornings hungover with Lau-
-McDonaIds- average one a month.
IS it over yet!!!
bye Mr. Knox
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"WINNIE", can't wait until ..., summers at CM'S
wfLG's "Crazie - Daze" wfI3R, bbcbb. "alittle off
we were". memoravle times in the "Green-Hor-
ent." "Don't call after 9:3Ol!" Bof's - BR, JL, MS.
CGr. adidash 'KSR'
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l I don't believe in yesterday
I - John Lennon
Soccer, softball, and skiing, Midnight sailing, S.O.
WC KNOCHENHAUR A-ALL NIGHTERS' efzafeo Andre's Pink, Gusto Girls
Fioiido 79 ALWAYS IN MY HEART RONNY, I
D0 '10'f0"0W LOVE You 916160 "Good Times Qi oid Gerlichs"
Wwe 'he MEI. MM. LB AD JT AM "FFL"
Pom 'eodi TILL WE MEET AGAIN
Rather go where
there is no path and leave a trail.
Remember the Good times: L.B-l- "Big Dockers",
Apples, Funzy's Halloween, S+M, J.S. 6.B. J.D.
New loves, Huntingdon, Blue Car, G.F. Margaret,
Darlene, The Big M. Wild Women, North Shore and
New Friends, Thanks Mom + Dad for understand-
"Along the way,
Take time to
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B.F, and l3.C. 80' with "Dertha"ll 316 Volleyball
WMTNI TT TG HG! Can always be seen with M.A.H.,
T.V., .l.T., Janney Bl! KAT? Come Together!!
Shhhhh!?!?!?l?l Thanx MM WLUll Gorkey? BEETES!!
Sweet Baby Cakes!!
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"Dirt": W1 golfer in '62, Always remember the
prom 2128181 with Elaine Friends - - Jose,
Randy-Dina, Stan-Lorraine, Scott-Jean, Lee-Lou,
Erik-Flea, Jon, George Pappas, Sean . . . Elaine???
ERIC KRINKE SCOTT KROBOTH
... The sum of all human wisdom is contained in
these two words: wait and Hope.
- Alexandre Dumas
'66 Caddy: Great summers with family, LaB's and
Madedg. 'Looking forward to a great life'
"It is time for us to cultivate our own gardens
LAURIE A. LATAWIEC
Today I said goodbye to a few dreams I still have
enough to fill at least two lifetimes so maybe
I won't miss them
Tricia. Tommy, JD, DP, DB, DM, M, D, FGL - Love ya
1 My .
I ix 1
Partying and breaking chops with good friends . . .
Sumawrestler breath Edquist, Reggae Todd, Belt,
Ohl James, Don't HASSELL me. 10th grade 5th and
7th period. . . Slug-n-plug to death. . . Later North-
The ultimate, Summer '61 BFFIMN 1 yrflong under-
wear party HH - 917181 - Howksnest - Dushwa-
kin "Noppee" WfAfL!Y - PC "DARACUDA" PAR-
TY WIMBF THANX MGD? KEV TfFfBfAfF - MB, AR,
AB, BG, JT, EH "SKIING? LETS GO" CHAMONIX
Partying with friends M.L., J.G, T.M., R.E., G.B., J.M.,
l3.F., P.G., What's up Chuck! DreadLock, Me, Mike,
and James riding and partying. Thanks Mom ans
Dad, good 1V2 years bye North Shore ehl
"Betsy on Halloween", "Veg", Wrestling "F.l. '81:
who scratched J.R.?" B.O. T.W. B.W., T.B., M.M., PK,
B.S. "What you don't remember never happened"
K.C., D.O., l'm just a monkey man: I'm glad you're
a monkey too.
"JACK", No more walking!! To all the good times in
the "G.H.": G.M. Dy: "Foreigner", "B.S.", "Styx",
"B.J.", Cr even the Cars. W.A.D. Best of Friends -
C.K. 6 B.R.fThanks for all the Laughs!! "A Little off
we were" 'K.S.R,'
'AL, no BlNO"PF KC TC AR LG LT JK' Mops l+ll
'Canada '61, '62 - "one?" Dug-Outs + POTM!
Mass with M-l-M. BF - Otto One 'Sweden '61, -
"Fear is the lock, and laughter the key to your
heart , .. " Stephen Stills,
S It ' A
PATRICIA E. LOVELL
"Lee" - Trock "STATES 61" A SPECIAL FRIEND 'SP'
Summer 80' Good Times... SP LU LI LL UL MD CD
TCP Pep's 6 Rum. CUZ Skiing - "Conodo" - Gore
JD E: Doob's Were Hovin o PARTY! 66 MUST.
"767:14" Jones Beochlll "Dock in the Stotes"!!
"Oh to live on Sugor Mountoin
All this will not be finished in the first one hundred
or one thousond doys. Nor even perhops in our
lifetime on this plonet. But let us begin.
ELIZABETH ANN LYNCH
A true Tennis Bum ond Popcorn Addict. Softboll,
rocquetboll, TISSUES. Good Times ond Good Friends
ot N.S. Will never be forgotten - Especiolly J.R.,
Robin, Friends FOREVER.
"LlX", "lefty" CHi doclj - MAINE! - thanx denise!
brook C3-29-8OJ:"FF" "Skip + Muffy" 11-6-81
"the crudbaIls": "rp" ejb-d-l-m, d, d, k, I, m, s, etal:
thanx for the memories! - it's the 'LAUGHTER' we
will remember whenever we remember the way
we were - SUAVEl?l Cyou're oof your muffinlb
PEACHY. - "JimmyI!,1-1-6O.wnfwalbmf.LW-Mr.6
Mrs. Nizzari, EF, ilygvm Great times with the
"Click" - L.T., PT., MJ., K.F., M.W., J.C. All my love,
to B, D, J, P, J, D, K and Grams. "Baby Love" Thank's
MomfDad. Love ya. Meanwhile back in the states.
lRENE MAC INTYRE
Who's she? Thanks to all for trying to answer. Uncle
Bentyl! Group W, VCWP -l- DiQui, Slobert, Corncob,
steps . .. Did you ever have one of those lives?
SCOTT MAC PHERSON
5.M.F. Cruising in the Carona. Busted-Nathons. Har-
ley rl' 1. Good times at Africa, Hey boy's Weekends,
The Hamptons, Orient.
Best friends J.S.fS.D.fJ.M.fB.F.fB.C. Will remember
"A.T.D.F." Good times in G.C. with my pals, espe-
cially M.P. + D.A. cruising in the shrinky-dink.
"C.W. A.D. V.S." Thanks to Barbara-Brett, I made itl
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Al 96 Soccer, Pasta Boy. Motherpuckers 31, 78-61.
Whot a Day, hey Dude, Grand Cupe. D,O.D. films
lCB's at RHW L.V. Girls 80' 61' Fire Island Summer of
611 78' Firebird. Weekend parties. Good Friends
will be remembered, Hang in there 83'l
- I I -
Ernie - 1f23!8O. Dayville, Scooter. 'twister' "We-
R.Fomily" The Wall. Spain. Pom's TGTH. Got a
Quarter? Roy's. S.P., P.T., S.5., A.R., BJ.
The reality we see is limited,
The reality thot is, is infinite ........
1-18-80. Never forget, ThonksfK.D. - "the night"!
The 3 B's!E.J. an doy!T.B. gotta find those papers
- mornings ot O's-J.C., B.M. - sport's illustrated Mr.
Blitz - someday ,. . A.C. - The Vest.
Wild Bill! E.J. all day -the Grd eye, Senior Prom -
morning ot O'sf.l.C., V.M., Sport's Illustrated, The 3
D's. The Bone!D, K, J.fThe Vest 'I have nothing
else to say!"
Good Friends never forgot. "Gill" Savage+i'1 Keg
Tonight. Good Times BC BF SM Bicardi Lancers Bud
to Chase. Go in through the window. J and R Lands-
caping Annual Parties - Loves Family.
a 8 ii'
MARGARET A. MCMAHON
Auntie Meg - likes a special someone - overalls,
Michigan. Wheatley Plaza, The Jeanery. "Wanna
see pictures?" Unforgettable times with LB FFL MEJ,
LMK, LB Hospital '61
Thanx Mom -l- Dad
When will I see you again?
"Tallboy Football, Basketball, Track. Beers in the
showers, too bad, Marianne+Robby G.V.T. S. The
Boys fond memories. The F-- Truck. Budweiser.
Summer 81. Co-Ed Sleepover. Diane will always be
A ..,. I
Q- s,-- ..s.- 2
JUDY MEEHAN RICHARD MEINHOLD
The Click 'ES CC LG LP LG JS DH' F.F.L. Driving w1 Lowenbrau. Best Times J.S. J.S. S.B. R.W. W.G. J.M.
E.S. T.F. T.G.T. Good Times at Peppers with R.L. Neverforget Mike
Now I know my life has given me more than Until Love you forever Joanne Fritch
memories, day by day we can see in every min-
ute there's a reason to carry on.
1113181"Ken - thanks for special times' 9131? -
F.A.U.T, Thanks Mom
ONE life is finished
Another is beginning
Old Friends, new friends
All to be remembered
Hey Buff: we made it: will always have special
feelings for P.D., K.B., P.H., BJ., R.D., A.S., C.B..
"Glen Cove Trips" "Majic Mustand" "Never stop
dreaming, because they will always come true."
5 A A W
LML l'll never Forget Those SHOWS . . . NOR CAST
PARTIES! 6-17-81 North to the FUTURE. Goods friends
are forever, and Good Luck to You.
MATSIC, Mugs, Rev, P.V.S., Doc, Suds E: The Guys,
l3.0.B.!The BOMB CR.l.PD, F.M. Q.T.P., courting Lv
Quarters GO WlLD!, Que Paso N.Y., "I don't
know", JYRAXSCYC, el smashola, Canada 81-82,
"Who scratched J.R.?" "Too bad she's with a boll-
bag", DP, later much
BOSTON DRUINS FOREVER 41
Donna BEST FRIENDS FOREVER!!!
"Fric E: Frac"
Summer of 60' with L.G. Cr R,G.
Pina Colada G Michelob parties CA.G.J, L.B., T.T.
R.G., L.G., C.W., Good I LOVE YOU Mom 6 Dod-
'B.M.W. Good times with: S.A.', l,G., M.L., T.L.,
D.F., K.F., G.B., T.M., H.F.,. Jersey Shore, the farm, at
the Hockey games! 'Let it Snow' Ace Times with
Pete ond the Ghetto Wagon, Peppers, Aligators'
f.:.::-1-J-Q-gm ffih' 'Q' ' :vu - Jf . ,-Lg 1,," " .gz3,33355 3535! . T,
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3 lt is time for a new generation of leadership, to
r cope with new problems and new opportunities.
For there is o new world to be won.
KAREN MUSTO lOl'lf1 F, Kennedy
GTW1AT, DO . . . adventures CI.P.W.J Wheres the
bus- "Dm" CPBTC, RRD The wanderers'LACES' Su-
perfreak CEHEJ walkin into sunshine "Dyin to be
Doncin" L.S., M.B., J.W., D.D,, 'Special Teacherfsj
ond Kelly will always be remembered' ...
DD GG CKD-THC. 9120180 - "I Love you!" Cclunkh.
Great times with MM in TR JH BM LS CL LP NO sr TD DENISE OIIARA
SK LV. S+G!! DN RC DA-Special. MASQUERS! TITS! A
nite? "Ain't no sin ... "
butterfly .isneek H BUFFYVS A FEM, Sm' O den- Now is the time to take possession of my life, to
'H I I start the impossible, a journey to the limits of aspi-
rations, for the first time to step toward my lovliest
JASPS WDAILY ICED TEA BOBBY "CAMERIERl"
Friend Forever D.T. 'D.N, 'A,P. Kevin W. '91Lieut.
'Roslyn Rescue 69 Firebird """"' 79 Blazer The
Wanderers ' Rolling Stones Special Times Con't De
Replaced 9114180 CP.PD Kev Love Ya!!!
Lax, 32 PRC-Loops?? Dogs for quarts and Pete
It may be the devil or it may be the lord, but your
gonna have to serve somebody.
- Bob Dylan
All the lights have turned on you,
Now you're in the center of the stage.
Everything revolves on what you do.
Special times with special frinds CS.F., C.W., S.S.,
M.L. R.C., L.W., A.M. F.D., D.N.J OMNI '61 Climb that
tree Sue. Halloween 'B1. Too much gas for a small
car . . .
Once in a while
I just get away
from everyone and go
off by myself.
I never really do anything.
I accomplish so much.
You are in your prime. you've come of age. MARY JANE PANZENBECK
- B. Joel
D.O. J.A. D.A. L.L. L.T., "cameili", sports?, thanx
"Scoop", Words created on our school's sport fields.
1980-81 Student Council worth the struggle - Se-
rene summer with Hemingway, Strat-O-Matic, and
"Strong against the tide the whale emerges as he
goes" . . .Rick Gomez, Gibbs, Harry, Lou, and Nate
I danced till it hurt . ..
Mony, Fugliest, always . . . walking! ONITS, Gotta-
quarter? Postcards - Masquers, J.M. and the gang!
Enough is NEVER Enough!
4a.m. Grapes? The Wall, Thanx Doc!
In the land of darkness,
the sight of the sun is
TITLE W1 - Poo! 'Masquers', cheering, 4, cuddles,
MFLXCM-bestest friends W. or M.A.? Postcards, D.S.
M.K. K.R. S.P. S.G. S.O. B.-W,H. R.G.
ONITS!! SGG. 'Summer '61-the beach You've got a
friend . .. wubble XO
Rads, violin ... M.K. C"the woman"D and K's . ..
J.D. Cfavorite chaperone! eroticism CS.P. and
K.G.J . . . "Give me on L", summer of '61, 4! "mustI
move?!", the 4 Musketeers, Love to my good bud-
dies . . .
"We do not remember days, we remember mo-
ments" KF - good times will NEVER be forgotton.
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C'H"'L'B" . . . D.T. Blue and white, math class Good Will always be best friends with Barbara Feb. 7,
times never forgotten - "cakes" D.T., M.A., D.C., 1981. special friends at McDonalds. Good times
certain B.C. birthday present, Rolling Stones at with Lisa. Likesacertain someone Patty: "Catch ya
J.F.K., "That's right we badl" later". Remember the summer of 198?
-always smile - Thanks MGD CILYD
Tennessee, - wrestling+V1 XXX - Southern RGR:
H.P.B. 6 J.D. - Roundupfliftingll.C. BUDS - red
eyed V2 cans: Thanks to: Sue, rednecks Hellraisers,
6 ANHEUSER BUSH INC - Southbound- Way down
yonder . . .
GINA RINALDI JANE ROMANO
"Gee" ...can always be found with Peggy hon- Our souls have been filled with kindness andjoy:
ey-n-cutie B.F.F. . . "Best of times" T.F. B.A.F., P.H., Our lives have been touched with the beauty of
V,B., M.B.D. ,... V.B.'s balcony . . . Pillar of fire . .. friendship that will never be forgotten.
CORVETTE! ... A.S. courtyard, stay-go's W.N.F.
Apocalypse Now W.A.L.B,
AMY E. ROSTA
My love and apologies to Barbara, Karen, Mimi,
John, Willie, Eugenie, Nicky, Curran, Stark. the stu-
dent body, the rents the whales.
Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas any-
more . . .
"MORAL POLICE"-9976 Football, "Beerscandol '81"
Good friends, PCB., MC, JI, BR, RH, KS,. The WHO41
- "Won't get fooled again!!!" Rolling Stones, For-
eigner: and AC1DC 512 Yankees, Cowboys, Rang-
"5piderwoman" Softballv?1 - thanx Sean.
Cheerleading - Co-capt. "Bo-brooke, Skretchf'
Hahchew! - Sneeze??? Summers, CM's W1LG's Cv
Jones. "crazie-daze" w1ck, bbcbb "a little off we
were" B.O.F.'s - CK, JL, JM, AR, JI. 'VSP -
CDlnikesD MA SD CT Someday 'DW IW ALY' KSR'
"What I want to know, where does the time go." -
Grateful Dead 1970. Good times with B.J., P.G., J.B.,
K.B., K.S., G.E., A.R., M.S., Bonzo, Volkswogon. Fior-
ucci's - purple hair- 10131181Molsens and sum-
mertime. Love and thanks Mom.
QY11 live and let die, Dodgers in 81, Hi Mom, tennis,
318186, The islands anything a man can dream a
man can do. Best wishes, Dylan.
SYBIL T. SCHAFFRATH
At last. Now onward to begin again. We've had
' "a:s::1ae . X X
good, Bad, and great times together RfLfEfNfE!S , Q. A . V
Especially S.K. ei, l N , :
Halloween '81 with BXNXSXP. Europe '82 thanx . , l '
Mom Cr Dadfoma G opa. l15Qff5f"'i Yr B
Matt Selden Alias - The Tongue 'Benny Hill' Cele-
brate good times! Masquers is W1 Yes D D is cool so
is titties? fee-excelentfMOLSON and Ma ic dan't
. . . - 9
Will always be best friends with Angela. . I b .
Enjoys hanging out with C,M,L. llM SCHWWD mlx' e Seemg YOU'
Led Zeppelin 31, Yeah, you know it!
Good times down at Aunt's with the guys.
"Don't let things get you down, take it slow." The
Best of times to the best of People S.D. S.M. LM.
R.G. A.C. E.K. L.R. Good times at the pond. And to
all the D.5. ing we did! Loved it all and always will.
Good Times and Good Friends will Always be re-
membered - RH, AR, KB, PG, JK, l.Z, AR, - Thanks
"Froggie" . . .5eniorCut Day '81 GD. . . McDonalds
Long Talks wfJl. . .Thanks MGD. . . "ls ittime to go
I l' lu
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Good times with the Stallions will always be re-
membered . .. EH, MW, M6
"Horny". Will always be seen with 'PEGASUS'
. .if -Q
Great times in Stageband and Explorers Club.
'Great Alto Sax Player" right UWE. All 65's in the
back, right Joe. Good friends., Joe, Uwe. Groove
with the UWE. at BSC-MCD. "LUV U YH. KK lives.
1. X" 'X HNXN
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Baby Love W1 CHey9'2!!J Good friends, W. or M.A.,
postcards, Onits, Masquers - Potential Truck Driver JEREMY SPEER
Award, Nov. 19, '60, Pippin??? Stars and Snow for-
ever!! Thanks Barry, Ed, and Leslie, you'll never know
-I-rock' 5- and G- HB1 PMR- 'Sod how much you've helped. Dawn . . . You'll never
Good Times know how much I cared, but sooner or later every
Good Friends nlghl ends'
. . . Well?
'GROOVEY UWE ' Stage band - Explorers clujb -
Big Ben - Roy's cabin - Slaways leadin the way l
- Orzo - Crusin - Mcdonalds, yuk!! - woof! Woof! l
- Yovonne you stud cat - FTD - Good friends -
PLS., J.G., LB., "M,K."
"STEVE" is and always will be special. . .6114161.
8UL Pc131211 61, "Ya wanna"? Can't explain
Lee! Stones 81w1"Steve.Thanxs 'JM LG LG CC' -
I Luv Ya's! 115160. 'SC YC:"Wildcat". Cruisin in
the 'ISmurf". 'Cathing Trains' - 1:20 a.m.? JM LG
CC LG LP FS LM DH .. "Click" TFFL
DARIA J. STOROJEV
ROBERT STONE Toi! Oh Yeah tea talks avec moi, "apples'
white bomb . .. RIP. Hey Stacey . . . Ohno! G.F.'s
always cute. onits, 4, postcards. special memories
"Bone", "Man Of Steel", Quorting Club Canada
'818'U?L Shotgun! The yak - shack with Rome and
Ab-Low. FIRE ISLAND 81-Who scratched J.R.? Great
times with the bud-bunch. The Cougar - l'M a
Thanks Dad, bye bye.
...summer of '79, FM GF-S.G.. S.P., M.K., D.P., K.R.
Sudsll. Football 41, New Years Yak- '81, Low Rider
MARK SWING Lives. "I could use a Djarumz, AII sturng out. fun
with Doctor Wang.
Masquers, Norsemen, Madrigals. All-County. AII- vDebbieC10!22!e1J Quan Club
Eastern, VarJV "Remember the Concord"! 3131181
CMETMD D.A, J.H. A.K. T.R. L.V. J.B. R.D. D.N.
"Whats New Pussycat?" "HonestIy Sincere". Somf. 1
Will Always Remember Katie 1111181 Later. I
"There are worse thhings I could do"
Should I call him? R1R1G1C1A1P1T good friends
will always be remembered. A1B1B1M. Corvette.
Thanks Stacey, Janet.
.. ti I..
"Changes", Love ya - Lilill usule sailor! Food!Mus-
solini's Revenge J.B.! Babyface, Homecomings,
Stark - thanks! Look me in the EYES, Jim. BR MVV.
Keith, you'll always be special to me - thanks C111
21179, 5120181 ... D. Meanwhile Back In The
States . . .
419, Soccer. It was fun peaches, good friends AM
RB JC DT. . . Isles. Baseball . . . CBM KM Thanksj W8
Still always special CCI-'GD
TERRI A. TOLVE
As I continue through Life learning, Changing and
growing I will continue remembering special
friends and memories: G.E., T.J.. E.R., D.B., B.J., M.H
- Thanks Miss Higgins CI wish - Cat Stevensb
C"H"'L"B'S.R. ..1013+4181UnadiIIa - Memories
- Friends Forever. . . D.U., S.R., M.A., L.H. 771F25O
AX4, "H Let the Good Times Roll H" 8119181
Rolling Stones Furry Boots 'MTHINK SNOWH' 71
10161 Rob Love Ya!!!
PAMELA R. TRIMBLE
am . . . and Glen ""1f26f80 'HRH JM SP KT LM
IR KD BJ JS Pw "1-12 DH" Gotta-quarter? "We-R-
amily" 'Twister' Paris-TGTH-PW MM "May the
Iircle be Unbroken" Thanks Mom and Dad.
T 1 i
No Not y- - "I" Special Friends TV JK SV LM SM
MW LL TC ES TT, 'Where's Frac'?
"Rickel FamiIy" Parties, "De that way fine" "And
So its time to change our Ways - But I loved those
days" B. Joel IILIYXMIDIT memories with BRADD
'The Hamptons' Free At Last
KAT 420 Volleyball - TT TG FGH - "Come togeth-
er" - "gorkey 6 shrimp". . . Fieldhockey, Basket-
ball, Softball . . . Hamptons '79, '80, '81 - "Mike or
Mike?" Girls State 6f81ll Will always Love
Jocko, waz Cstubsj, Mare, Mia, LB, MM, PT, MF, JK,
RR My "Endless Love" JM RCI
"UNFORGETABLE" times in Canada, Track, Jones
Beach "81" and alot of good memories in and out
of NSHS but now there are places to go, things to
see and people to meet.
TURS, HOCKEY - Boston Bruins Rock "n" Roll -
BLACK SABBATH, OZZY OSBOURNEI KEV, WILL AL
WAYS REMEMBER LIFE UNTIL DEATH Oct. 9, 1964 -
GOOD LUCK TO ALL.
y sn x
Irs? - ':f- .,'. z.5,flii '5iE
"Romeo" 375 - Footboll, Tennis, Hill-Drill,
Quorting Club, Yok-Shock with Bone ond Abby-
Low, Conodo, 8O', Shotguns, Moose-coils. Hey Dut-
kis, good times with M.A., B.S.. P.V.S., S.B. B.W., .l.D.
5 R31 'fi' ' . '
M12 --sf s-..-. 1, ,-
Conodo 61' 82' Fire lslond Summer 61' CDougJ Brion
where is your luggoge? "Who scrotched J.R.?" '50
Coddy. Quorts Club, good times to come, Bowling,
Tennis. G.V.T. J.S. will olwoys be remembered.
"Loter North Shore"!
Tout ce que je veux
C'est faire 6 ma tete. THERESA VOGT
BF: Stage Band, arch 'WHERE5 FRICKU Special
Friends "J.T., J.K., J.S., S.M C 'Y
'Rickel Family? Band Camps and Big Bertha
"REALLY"'Deach Bum' G M D again EL+MO'
Parties, Thanx M+D,
"Happy is the house that shelters a friend
PETER Von SCHOENERMARCK
VONW19 Football, Battle of the bands 81 Bill Ron
+ Dave, Fire Island 81' what a blast
Quorting 4th. Good times with M A T D R V BS
J.M., M.M., T.D., B.W., B.l. TS
Football 361 LB1G - the BW Connection Wrestling
Glogging ARION RULES! Carbo, Ron, Von-Battle '61
- Fire Island BlueJays and Fireballs all summer
long - thanks Kev!! Price with Pam Ha Ha Ha-Hi
Deb, Jim Hendrix - "l'm Bold As Love" Vale Magis-
Good times with good friends will Always be re-
membered -ST SBJR "L.K."' 'HERB' 613161, GC SP
6122161, G.A. 7161, Neut, Summer 60, 81, Vegas,
Va. DC DN MM MG ZN your are miles away, you'll
always be in my thoughts.
-THE TRUCK. An extra sock for the engine? - Don't
kid yourself! - F.l. 61. Who scratched J.R.? Obvious-
ly I can't hold my. . .Guess where our luggage is?
62? - The Bud Scandle and 6113161
No matter how much I complained, l'll still miss this
place. Never forget C.O. Always remember good
times with North Stars and Business Staff. GET
READY WORLD, HERE I COME!!!
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CED crisis-summer of 60. G 6 C Damn everything but
Mare 313 Volleyball WG TN ... Special TTT Girls
form the G.H. School. Thanks J.K. and K.T. Special
Friends AZ, JK, JN, KT, JT. E.S. Summer 61, Basket-
ball CYO, NS Softball AMZ-SIS, JN-Newk-
ILYA Dad and Mom K,E,E.
CATHERINE ANNE WORD
Life is but a passing cloud overhead and to those
who never dream never look up the dky the
clouds are but strangers . . . L.C, Green
remembering goodtimesfspecial friends Eternally
Christopher J. Muller 2124176
Stoney - Best times with Broz, Bax, Pat, cookie,
Paul and more! S.B.'s Everywhere. Beth was All my
love wont forget. Thanks Dena. LED ZEPPELIN
Rocks Forever! Made it mom. Outrageous!
Biking, Soccar, Walleyball CWhat?J, Clicking Pho-
tos, Pottery and Taliesin Cis that spelled right?J
"Weebees" Vzyr early - l want to see the world!
STONE WALLS DON'T HAVE EARS: But DLT's make
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Rumrunners" Never will forget John G. and dear
love Pat M. Thanks Mom, Dad, Wayne C: mostly
Diane, Love ya all.
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IQIIS AND RIGULAIIUPQ
In the first year of North Shore High School
the joint Committee on School Policy was organized
to solve problems common to teachers and students.
This committee, composed of 8 student and S teachers,
directed much of their attention to the question of
proper school dress. The results of many hours of
work and discussion are contained in the following
statement. This statement was passed unanimously
by the Committee.
We at North Shore wish to present a generally
neat appearance to each other and to the public.
During school hours neat appearance is described as
Counselin services are o ere to ' to
ir d all pals
help them gaii the greatest values from high
school education and make sound plans for the fu-
ture. In addition to the day-to-day guidance given
by parents and teachers, a periodic review of pro-
gress and ans with a professional counselor is re-
. The pupil is invited to schedule a con-
ference with his counselor whenever he feels that
future. Besides such general matters, the counselor
is the pupil's principal resource for infonnation about
choice of school subjects, occupations, institutions
of higher education, and scholarships and other forms
of financial aid. The guidance office maintains a place-
Report cards are
year. .lifter each cf tl
must be signed by pa
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icy blouse, Students are requested to cooperate with
tdl tailored dresses
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Cal pressed trousers
tbl sport or dress shirts
fel pattemed T-shirts
Clothing should be neat, clean, and well-
Clothes should be worn according to their
style and in good taste.
Outer clothing should be placed in lock-
ers before going to class and not removed
from lockers during school except for
lunch or outdoor classes. W
Clothing should be properly fitted.
Hair is to be neatly cut and combed on
arrival at school.
regular school hours dress will remain as
tal At outdoor athletic events slacks or Ber-
muda shorts may be worn by girls.
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maintenance department of the school in keeping
building and grounds neat. Cum chewing is not
mitted. Chewing gum causes large maintenance l:
It causes waste of time and money. Since we an
a new school, let us start off by keeping it free f
gum For the same reason avoid wearing heavy sc
bcots which would tend to mar the new floor surf
of our school. Students who wear these type li
will be asked to change them.
Repairs and improvements are made each s
mer. Do your part to keep the building looking
best. Use the waste baskets and keep your desk
good order. It is your school! Take pride in its
STUDY HALL RHSULATIONS
Talking between students is allowed only after
securinq the study hall tcacher's permission. Stu-
dents wishing to he excused for any
- reason must fill out the proper pass
slip. Students wishing to consult a
teacher must present a pass from that
teacher. Students are assigned seats in
This is thr
In order to be
avenge or bet
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of the club is
how to officiate
fb, At outdoor athletic events boys may we., study hall and will tal-ze their own seats at all times.
knnuda shorts, but not jeans, boots, etc. It is expected that each student will come to study
At indoor athletic events both girls and boy, hall perpared with work to do during that period.
should wear regular school attire.
Dress during examination time will be regular
school day attire. CAFEYERM i 1
The cafeteria is operated under the direction of
a full-time cafeteria manager. Students eating at
school may bring lunches or
may purchase complete lunch
for thir -five en .The cafe-
teria inclu es a snack bar for
milk, desserts and other items.
, Su-Q A Students living, near enough
W totheschool so that theywill
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if ' home, eat, and return to
3 if ' school in time for their next
. ' ' class will be allowed to do so.
All other students are expect-
NOTE: Teachers are expected to leave the class-
room last and to be the first to return. This makes
it necessary for the teachers to move to the head of
the serving line. Students are expected to extend this
courtesv to the facultv. ,,
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'Diese drills are held at frequent intervals in
connection with the Civil Defense Program. The pro-
cedure is explained by the classroom teacher.
ed to remain on school
To remain in t
olficiate at lea:
eam 3tXl points
pate in Sports I
The tradition of Moving-Up-Day covers more than a quarter of a century,
Basically it is a day honoring the Senior Class and certain individual unde'- Mu
classmen who have achieved special honors in varied fields. By means of a weavin'
ceremony the classes symbolically move up a grade in anticipation of the year to
come. The ceremonies are concluded with the "capping" of the Seniorlsl select d The
by the faculty for the faculty honor award,
DANCE RULES AND REGULATDNS EOFPSJ
Tickets to a dance must be purchased in advance. Theylwlll not eged
be sold at the door. Clothing as outlined above under Student The 1
Dress" shall be worn. forms
Bring no guests from other schools unless: bm I
1. You have registered the guest at the time you bought your I-'des'
tickets. I ailairs
2. You checkin with your guest on arrival at the dance. tign,
3. The doors and parking lot will be closed at p.m. I pq-fgr
4. Anyone leaving the dance after it starts will not be readmrtteql bgll gg
and must leave the school property. the ar
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5. Students must not bring or drink alcoholic beverages before Rec,
or during the dance. Any evidence of drinking will result in dom i
exclusion from the dance and suspension from school. Fan. 1
Conduct yourself properly at all times. Misconduct will be cor- mum
rected by faculty members in charge and may result in exclusion gndimy
from the dance.
Repeated misbehavior can result in being barred from all future All'
dances and student activities. V110 I
lf you make your transportation arrangements before the dance.
you will save yourself a wait at the telephone.
11, and should be returned by that date.
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The library is open to High School Students
rom 7:45 A.M. to 4 P.M. It is open Wednesday
fvening from 7-9 P.M. and Saturday morning from
To borrow a book, remove it from the shelf
and give it to the librarian to be stamped. Students
should sign their names and homeroom numbers
legibly on book cards. All books should be returned
on or before the date stamped in the back of the
book. Overnight books must be returned by the
first period of the following day.
No fines are levied, but students who
consistently have overdue books will lose library
Use of student library pass and library
1. Each student will be issued a permanent and
duplicate pass to the library.
The librarian will keep the duplicate pass as
a record of
The student will take the pennnsat pal
directly to the library.
b. This pass will admit him only at the
the halls during periods.
c. The librarian will eollect the passa and
send them to Study Hall.
The study hall teacher in taking attendance
will check the passes, thereby accounting
for pupils in the library. The passes will
then be retumed to the library for return
Students may read textbooks in the library,
but in the case of crowding, priority will be
given to research, reference, browsing and
pleasure reading students.
In case of crowding because of planned class-
use of the library, only non-textbook readers
will be admitted and upper classes will have
This system pre-supposes the following library
a. Books and notebooks may be taken to the
b. Students who go to the library must remain
for the entire period.
c. The librarians or teachers will strictly us-
force discipline and keep a record of thoae
pupils who violate the eods of setf-
d. The student who has lost his pass either
by violating rules of discipline or by care-
lessness must report to study hall until a
card is re-issued.
Rules for proper library conduct:
a. All books and periodicals taken from
library must be char-fad out.
b. Students must maintain a quiet, business-
like study atmosphere in the library at all
c. Coats must be left in lockers.
d. Books and periodicals must be returned
promptly, when due.
e. Books and periodicals must not be damaged
8. Closing the library in June:
a. The library will close circulation on the
Friday before the last week of school,
June 11, 1965.
b. All books and magazines will be due June
c. The library will open the last week of school
for reference work only. Term papers
should be completed before June 11.
d. A reminder of the closing date will be sent
to all homerooms two weeks in advance.
Attitude and Eiort
1., All grades will be reviewed weekly.
2. If two U's are received, the athlete will be
placed on probation for one week, during which
time he will be permitted to continue
3. If at the end of one
probation, attitude and effort
improved, the boy will be
,, from the squad for one more
' LQ ter which time he may be
permanently if the two U's
4. It is the intention of this regulation that eligi-
bility or ineligibility should carry forward from sea-
son to season.
A boy will not be eligible to play if lie is absent
from school on the day of a game, cuts any class
on the day of a game, is absent on the Friday before
a Saturday game or if he is absent on the day before
a holiday game.
If the boy has been under a doctor's care and
brings a note saying he is now eligible to play tap-
proved by school medical doctorl he is eligible to
All traveling teams, as oiiicial representatives of
the school, should be neatly dressed.
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As in all other elements of school life, responsi-
bility for courtesy, fair play and team work should
be emphasized with both the performers and the
audience. The performers should be sure that they
have carried out their responsibilitv by properlv pre-
paring for the procram. The audience should give
complete, quiet, and courteous attention to the per-
sons on the stage. This of course would rule out talk-
ing between acts. A quiet and relaxed atmosphere
every day throughout the school and especially in
hornerooms, corridors, and auditorium before the as-
sembly will help to attiin the assembly atm0SPhC1'e
Applause from the audience should never in-
clude whistling, booting, cr boomg and should con-
vey to the performer cr performers respect and ap-
preciation for a job well dOn6-
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Throughout the past twenty five years North Shore Hlgh
School's'facuIty has been changing. A few special mem-
bers have been wlth us for al! twenty-five years Cono-
A special thanks to them!
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A former Superintendent of Schools, speaking at the dedication ofa new high school, said, "I would prefer to think of dedication in
terms of teachers, parents, and students, and how magnificently this building will serve each and all in the real goal of education
which, as I see it, is to commit minds to inquiry, hearts to compassion, and lives to the service of mankind."
In this, the 25th anniversary year of North Shore High School, there is much evidence that this school is serving what that former Su-
perintendent called the real goal of education. Our students, and particularly the members of the Class of 1982, have shown
themselves to be committed to these ideals. Many have achieved academic excellence: others have demonstrated musical,
dramatic, and athletic talents: some have exhibited a concern for serving their school and community in different ways.
lt is my wish that each member of the graduating class be dedicated to becoming all that you are capable of being. Your
Harold Sturge, Superintendent: Business, Christopher Worrell, Superin-
tendant, Murray Assistant Superlntendant, Curriculum
Commencement will then be, in a real sense, a beginning.
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As the special 25th graduating class of North Shore, the
class of 1962 has plans to make this year the most success-
ful year for the school as well as our class.
This year our fund raisers will be the senior play, fashion
show, and selling refreshments at football games. Person-
al fund raisers to minimize the cost of a trip to Florida and
Prom Cheld at the Swan Clubj will be: MC:M's and Rubik's
Cube key chains.
The class of 1982 wishes to say "good-bye" and "good
luck" to all classes following us.
This year's officers are:
President . . . Peter Golkin
Vice-President . . . Ane Snyder
Secretary . . . Yvonne Hovivian
Treasurer . . . Kyra Storojev
Plans for the year include fund raising events such as
selling bandanas, and class t-shirts. A trip will be a main
point this year, plus community Involvement work. Donat-
ing to the adopt-a-family cause will be done this year. The
sophomores really look forward to accomplishing a lot in
the coming year with an effort to get everyone involved.
Amy Rosta - President Steven Pappas - Treasurer
The G.O. is North Shore High School's Govern-
ment Organization. It is made up of five officers
and a representative and alternate from each
Social Studies class. Meetings are held weekly,
and are a forum for discussion about school
rules, practices and problems.
Jill Matteo - Vice-President Board Representative
Phyliss Grande - Secretary
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE
Cristiano Teixeria exchange student and host Kristen Rademacher
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A.F.S. fund raising activities this year
have been a sweatshirt sale, Poinsetta
sale, and Bagel sales on alternate Thurs-
days. We are also planning our annual
Pizza-Nite for sometime in February or
March. The money raised by these ac-
tivities will go to the short term ex-
change in which our club spends a week
with another A.F.S. club somewhere in
the United States. We are hoping to go
as far as North or South Carolina, but it
will depend on the amount of money
This year we are lucky to have with us
an A.F.S. exchange student, Cristiano
Teixeria, from Brazil. Christiano is staying
with the Rademacher family. Matt Kar-
wowski will be spending his summer va-
cation abroad, but he does not know yet
where he will be sent.
This years' Varsity Club was one of the best ever. Club
advisor Mr. Melillo was very happy with the increase in
membership. North Shore school spirit is back and a lot
of the credit goes to the Varsity Club Athletes. Once
again the club ran a Toy Drive for needy families and
organizations for children and also an Easter Drive Cbas-
kets of funj for those children in hospitals.
The club also helps the N.S. Booster Club with a fund
raiser as well as running their own. ln return each
Varsity athlete receives hisfher Varsity letter and sport
pins for each year on a varsity team. All-County win-
ners in the club also receive a plaque. Officers for the
1981-82 year were Bill Warden CPres.J, Chris Johansen
CV. Pres.J, Denise O'Hara CSec.9, and Elaine Piaseczny
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The Key Club is a service organization. Students who
are members of the club volunteer their services to
various community organizations. They contribute their
time and effort to groups who request their assistance.
These groups are often engaged in charitable activi-
ties. The Kiwanis Club sponsors the Key Club. This orga-
nization provides financial support and encourage-
ment for the students.
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ball games and at Newsday's Long lsland March-
ing Band Festival at Hofstra University Stadium. For
these activities they are led by Drum Major Tricia
Lawrence and joined by the Majorette and Flag
Squads. All three groups participate in the Memori-
al Day parades in May.
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senior Liz Benchimol. The squadjoins the marching
band at football games and at the Marching Band
Festival. This year they were featured in a routine
created by themselves to the song "Fame" from
This year's Flag Squad was led by
juniors Ellen Schneider and Linda Scott.
The Flag Squad performs with the
marching band during halftime at all
home football games. The squad was
featured in the song "Hot Lunch Jam"
from the movie Fame.
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and sublime music ever written.
Whenever the Madrlgals practice a piece of
history is recreated. The Madrigal Ensemble
singers recreate the music of the Renaissance
- the music of Shakespeare's time. The Madri-
gals which sing of the joy and love of the time.
The Ensemble performs for two school concerts,
in addition to outside community engage-
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The Hoarse Norsemen are a musical tradition ot North
Shore. These talented young men raise their voices in
song for school and community alike.
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Tuesday, April 29, 1958
ll. S. Chess Club
llas "So-So" Year
Every other Wednesday the
Chess club meets to practice for
inter-scholastic chess meets. In
their second year in the league,
the chessmen have a 3-6-1 re-
The Viking chess players hold
victories over Port Washington'
and Amityville. They lost twice
to league-leading M i n e o l a ,
Chaminade, and Levittown and
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The French Club CCercle Francais? offers students an
opportunity to get together and share their common
interest in the French language and in things that are
French. This year's officers are:
President - Simone Pavlides
Vice-President - Matthew Karwowski
Secretaire - Alison Rooney
Tresorier - Robert Pucciariello
Fund raising this year includes: a cookie sale, and a
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Plans are Underway fora X-Mas party Spanish-style.
Students will be visiting The Queens Museum. They
will view an exhibit of artifacts recently recovered
from two Spanish galleons. Students plan on putting
their Spanish to use by presenting a skit to Junior High
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In keeping with tradition the Latin Club will
conduct a Saturnalla In December and a Cena
Romana CRoman Dinnerb in the late spring. For
fund raising several bake sales are in the
works. A first for the club will be a chariot race.
This year's officers are:
Consul Major CPresidentJ - William Bonham
Consul Minor CVice-Presidentl - Christine Kim
Quaestor CSecretary-Treasurerj - Betty-Jo Mat-
Aedilis CProgram Chairmanb - Ava Spainer.
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The Ski Club is a bunch of students who love to ski
the snowy mountains on a bright day. The club is
always open to new members. beginners or pros.
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T. . ,N i 1 ary toword Diver international Certification.
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The Explorers Club have good times together
whether indoors or out. Exploring will broaden your
horizons while making you a better person.
lf you drop into the ort room any
Mondoy ofter school you will find o
group of students involved in oc-
tivities that range from drawing
ond pointing to ceromics ond
weoving. Come join us!
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NATICDNAI. HONOR SCDCIETY
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N.S. on the Air
hy Mitchell Gross
North Shore High School is on the radio
every weekend on 88.1 F.M., from the C.W.
Post Center. Broadcasts are twice each
hour, at a quarter after the hour and at a
quarter to. These two to two-and-a-half
minute broadcasts feature news, sports,
and comedy. According to WCWP high
school radio director Maureen Conway,
Amy Rosta and Beth Leopold should be
commended for their broadcasting work,
but they need help. Students who are in-
terested in writing scripts or performing
should see Amy Rosta for details.
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t'OI.. l, NO. I THE VIKING VIEW Friday, December I3, i957 Honor List
Many of North Shores top
alents have been incorporated
in the staff of the tirst news-
paper to he produced by our
:cw school. The paper. which
was named The Viking View by
iopular poll, will be printed
wicc monthly under the direc-
ion of Mr. Ross and the student
tail. Below is a list of the ten- i
Editor-in-chief, Betsy Krum-
ineg Managing Editor, D. Hoyt
lews Stall: Ass't Editors. C.
Idelstein, B. llcgeman: Associ-
te Editors, ti. Boyd, M, Klein.
i. Deutsch, C. Schutzman, W.
Iarting Feature Editor, E. Bliss:
toys' Sports Editor, P. Rose,
tss't Boy's Sports Editor, P.
iraatzg Girl's Sports Editor, N,
lortong Art Editor, M. Levine:
'hotography Editor, M. Keyesg
District News Editor, C. Schutz'
ian: Business Manager, J. Mc-
herryg Advertising Editor, P.
piveyg Asst Advertising, J.
Lomineg Circulation Managers,
I. Jensen, G. Boyeeg Typing
Ianagers, B, Hosking, K. Her-
mann: Production Manager, M.
The Viking View, will not
nly contain school news, hut
Iso editioral features, fiction,
artoons, verse, sports, and
Varsity Club ,
The varsity club, composed
Y boys possessing varsity let-
rrs, started this year under
te capable leadership ol'
The purpose of
fri? , 5
E ji.. :M its efforts to provide the student
5 .Q 'ff' E gonizotion program. Th G. O. is
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+ -be Q V - V f-W who ore members cxre enabled t
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now meeting' to
ilikings Score First Year Football Success:
problem, and as
Myles Picked For All-Scholastic Honors
Roll will be
North Shore High's varsity football squad, the first in
the schoo1's history, hung up or surprisingly good record
this fall, winnin tive of eiqht contests, and coming within
one point of beating North Shore Champ, Mcmhctsset.
Mr. Dillenheck no
North Shore High School
fortunate to have acquired
guidance director Mr.
Dillenbeck. Born in
York State, he
The Vikings, under
Joe Reilly and John
finished fourth in
however, in the hrs'
league of North
and new name
of Teachers Varsity
State a 20-19 vie.
bam, pla-y from scrim-
undefeated streak which
book, The Talie-
our paper, The Viking
a ,cap and
and we had
gown as well as the regular
sweater and pearls for the
the girls and suit and tie for
TMS Year the pictures were
taken by the Delma Studios gf
New York City. The photo.
9"iPher took six pictures of
this commt.nit,y from
Plains, New York. For
most part, his after-school
hours are occupied with work
1x4 1 s .tu 1. r-Aviv.
lasted tIll'0llf.fl'l0U'i the pre-
year, and giving North
Shore a victory in its first var-
l'layitU.': at home against Mtan-
hasset, a team which went un-
defeated and copped fthe unoffi-
cial North Shore Championship,
the Maroon played its best game
of the season, When Bob Myiles
scored his third touchdown of
the afternoon. in the waning
minutes of play the score stood
each student from which to
chose the best pose to put in
the year book. Accompanying
each picture is a student pro-
file which is a short paragraph
telting oi his likes, dislikes
and idiosyncrasies. It you
want to see what you look
like in your senior pictures
d.on't forget to buy your Talie'
The Business Staff maintains financial records for The
Taliesin and The Viking View. They have sold all the
fantastic ads in the Yearbook this year.
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1st Row Don Tag Sam Drown John Doherty Joe Iullurcl Peter Von Shoenermark Bill Warden, Romas Vaitkus, Tony Russo, Keith Cartigine.
2nd Row John Mc Qulllan Tim Burns Doug Shaver Robby Michal George Romano Roy Beno, Mike Abbondondolo. Donald Brennan, Chris
3rd Row Tom Vitale Jeff Telvi Rick Piscletta Roy Gustafson Matt Shearer Brian Wargin, Lars Loftus.
The Varsity football team finished the
1981 season with a record of 4-4. Under
head Coach Ken Case and assistants Bill
Melillo and Sean Monaghan the team
did an admirable job with only 10 sen-
iors on the squad. The coaches and play-
ers are working toward next season
when they return 14 players.
Four players received post-season hon-
ors. Nomed to the Conference 4 team
were Bill Warden CCapt.J and Brian War-
gin Uacobi and Meyers Award winnersb,
Peter Von Schoenermarck CCapt.J and
Mike Abbondondolo. Mike also made
the All Nassau County team as a half-
back and played in the Senior Bowl.
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Top Row: Coach Pacillo, Tom Rieger, Mike Breen, Brian Muttee, Matt Burkhardt, Coach Reardon.
Middle Row: Ken Aebly, Kenny Kneiss, Pauli Federico, Mike A. Sturge, Peter Lizza and Mike Corsitto.
Bottom Row: Jamia Ajamion, Gary Ketchum, Robert Mac, Rino Anderson, Robert Akeman, Doug Warden, Kevin Factor
Left to Right: Jane Sobotta, Jodi Seipp. Laurie Cos-
tello, Debbie Pfister, Margaret Connell, Melissa
Carmichael, Eileen Brennan, Brenda Rotola
Back: Karen Griffin, MaryRose Carrucciu, Standing:
Joan Accolla, Susan Turner, Susan Dawson, Christine
Drey, Patty Butler. Front: Gina Graziosi
1sr Row - Fiona McConnell, Toni D'Andrea, Marina Wynia, Karen Sheenan, Cara White, Coach Duffy 2nd Row Tracy Costello
Lucrecia Grella, Joan Matthews, Laura Kolb, Lisa Mastaglia, Judy Pisciotta 3rdRow - Mike Cappobranco Marllena Cappobranco
Linda Burke, Ana DaSiIva, Loretta Goree, Paula Kolb
The girls varsity soccer team had a very
successful season, although it was their Ord
year of play. The veteran players and the
new players came together to form a great
combination. The girls made it to the play-
offs but were defeated after their 2nd
game. The finished the season with a 6-6
Top row: Liono Volente, Louise Schocter, Suey Lenz, Patti Luth, Liz Meier, Eloine Pioseczny, Kelly Fronk
Middle row: Rilo Corsitto, Justine Adomcewicz, Sue Pointer, Debbie Petrosino, Peggy Franck, Lourct Sinski
Jennifer Simpson, Louro Genninger.
Front row: Kerry McDonald, Deirdre Winston.
This yeors Field Hockey teom finished its seoson with o
record of 7-4-1, plocing them third overoll in their division.
The teom's high scorer wos Rito Corsitto. Liz Meier wos the
Offensive Most Voluoble Ployer, ond Louro Sinski wos the
Defensive Most Voluoble Ployer. Freshmen Kelly Fronk
ond Potti Luth both hod greot first seosons. The teom will
miss seniors Peggy Fronck, Sue Pointer, ond Justine
Bottom Row: Hope Marxe, Noriko Honda, Daria Storejev, Stephanie Vivona, Barbara Payne
Middle Row: Lynn Werther, Lisa Maglaris, Laurie Goldberg, Karen Dixon, Karen Kilkenny, Theresa Cavallieri, Nancy Yenakis
Top Row: Beth Lynch, Jeanne Kortvelesy, Stephanie Regan, Claudia Bierschwale, Denise O'Hara, Holly Gherhardt, Faith Knocken-
auer, Leslie Madden, Coach Jerry Vivona
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First row: Danny Oran, Stephen Haratunian, Coach Frank Maier, Derek Irwin, Kieran Gibbons, Sean Davis, Matt Kowalski, Boris
Second row: Douglas lsinberg, Roger Paridiso, Robert Pucherello, David Saint Andre, James Anostosi.
Third row: Jeffrey Grell, Tim McGill, Mike McDonough, Jimmy O'DonnelI, Rich Laderer
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Although Mr. Maier was unable to
run with the team, Cross Country
had double practices, both in the
morning and after school, which
pay-off incredibly! The girls' Cross
Country teom was right behind
them with o very successful sea-
Coach Jerry Farrell, Suson DiNonno, Debbie
Nopoli, Cheryl Hall, Joanne Schierhorst,
Maureen Byrne, Linda Scott
Varsity volleyball continued their reputation as a power in their
division and conference. Although they were often without a coach
the team was held together by Captain, MaryAnn Woolston. The
team is looking forward to another great season.
Self-sacrafice is essential to the defensive volleyball player. When
the ball is about to touch the ground there's not time to consider
skinned knees or bruised elbows. That moment when only a desper-
ate lunge can save a play makes for some of the most crowd pleasing
action. Extra effort can't be taught. lt comes from the heart of the
individual. Maximum effort is needed to challenge the impossible - it
seperates the average from the great.
BOYS VARSITY SOCCER
Bock row: Jimmy Culkin, Terrance Broker, Morc Shindler, Robby Bobich, AI Morro, Jamie Thompson
Middle: Mott Miksic, Tom Loomey, Rolph Bierschwole, Perry Kleemon, Nick Arrigon, Tony Leggio, Cooch Normon Ross
Front: J.P. Reoli, John Dock, Mike Mc Corthy, George Schidlovsky, Don Tog, Tim Mc Donold.
This years' Soccer team was a success in having a winning record of 16-2-2. Our goal of becoming State
champions, suddenly came to an end as we were upset by a team by the name of "Rebels".
Our team was very inexperienced at the Varsity level at the beginning of our training session, but
molded successfully at the top of our division in second place, and first place in our county Class B section.
In the past years, we have been Tops in the school for having the best record, and nothing set us back this
year. Our consistency for having the best record has been an average of 18-2-2 in the last few years.
This year was another outstanding year for many of our players. Junior, Michael McCarthy made All-Di-
vision, Senior Jamie Thompson made All-Conference and played in the Nassau-Suffolk Senior game, and
Marc Shindler made All-County as a junior. The Seniors of this years' team wish the next years' Varsity a
very successful season.
Our Coach, Doc Ross, who has been involved in our soccer program for many years is leaving a very
successful career at North Shore and we players of his last season wish him and the next team he coaches
the best of luck.
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Top Row - Amy Gunter, Gia Curiole, Karen Truss, Brenda Rotola, Stephanie Reagan, Susan Painter.
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Viking basketball 1981-82 has been an exciting year. Lead by senior starters Jim
Covina, Vinny Mastrota, Bill McConville and John McQuillian, we have seen a
steady improvement of all the skills necessary to produce a winner. The most
important ingredients, togetherness has been there in the greatest amount. They
are truely an unselfish team. With each scrimage game, the results have contin-
ued to be satisfying.
The four non-league games resulted in three wins and one lose, with each
game producing a standout performance by different members of the team.
The league season has proceeded the same and presently stands at 7 wins
and 3 loses for second place in our conference. There is every indication that this
winning way will continue right to the conclusion of league play and into
Vinny Mastrota continues to do an excellentjob at handling the ball and small
man defensive responsibility. Jim Covina has added to the "team defense" plus
coming through with some timely scoring like the tough win over Locust Valley.
Add Tim Burns to the tough "D" group. Bill McConville and John McQuillin have
added their strong influence to our inside game, rebounding and scoring. To these
5 starters we add a fine bench crew who have all added their own touch to help
us make it a very fine season. This crew includes: seniors Sam Brown and Steve
Hartunian: juniors John McGuire, Don Brennan and Nick Arrigan: and sophomore
Three cheers to this Viking Basketball Team!!! They have done themselves
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Coach Girolomo, Nick Arrigon, John McGuire, Mike Fuggini, Som Brown. John McQuiIIon, Bill McConviIle,
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Standing: D. Worden, E. Knochenhourer, R. Pisciotto, P. Federico, B. Mehero, T. Poscucci, K. Cortigine, J. Telvi, L. Loftus,J
Iulucci, C. Johansen, B. Worden, D. Irwin, M. Remy, D. Olsen, M. Shearer, D. Direnzo, Cooch Recher.
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With the Wrestling season drawing to a close, the
Grapplers placed second in the East Meadow Christmas
Tournament and have posted a 6-8 record with two
This Years' team had an excellent chance of beating Lo-
cust Valley for Conference Championship but came away
on the short end of the score, 30-21.
This Viking team was led by a nuculeus of experienced
seniors - Keith Cartogine, Jim Culkin, Kieren Gibbons, Joe
luliucci, Andy Kim, Eric Knochenhouer, Joe Leggio, Drew
Olsen, Mike Remy and Bill Warden.
These wrestlers will always remember their close friend-
ships, sharing of skills, wins and losses and fun season.
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Top: Coach Farrell, D. Keenon, S. Smith, L. Loftus, S, Povilites, J. Messer
Kneeling: J. Schierhorst, K. Costello, S. Lenz, A. Molloy
N. Seiwert, R. Bierschwieler, J. Dock, J, Messer.
This yeor's seoson started out with eoch gymnost
progressing ot her own speed. For most of the teom
it wos the first time in competition. Led by o new
cooch we ore looking forword to the teom progress-
ing os the seoson goes on. With coptoins Moro, Ai-
mee ond Jone we have high hopes for this ond for
Bottom - Moro Scheiner, Aimee Coffee
2nd row - Koren Griffin, Jackie Allocco, Jennifer Wode, Kristen Smith, June Sobofto
3rd row - Chris Szorko, Ane Snyder, Cooch Wendy Thompson, Foith Knochenhouer, Koren Szorko, Melissa Cormichoel
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Bock Row: Tommy Rieger, John Cook, Alon Jackson, Roger Paradiso, Ricky Doxey, John Mc Guire, Rich
Third Row: Chris Cruz, Tom
Second Row: Kevin Folk, Derek
Front Row: Coach Mike Metzger,
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The Tenth Man .
On a Diamond cut so precise
We shall play a game of sacrifice.
Our Coach has left, but we still remember
The times we had, come each September.
He is with us every day
He is with us in
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Today we start
Today we start
We play this game
We play this game,
will be for him,
shall be so few,
things are dim,
things seem new,
with a ball of leather,
we play together.
All the schools have teams of nine,
But North Shore will have that extra man
The tenth man . . . with that famed squeeze sign
IN MEMORY OF
A True Friend
A true friend is hard to find. He is one who will
tell you when you're wrong and when you're
right. He is Not the one who always pats you on
the back and tells you how great you are. He is
the one who offers constructive criticism in the
hope that his advice will help you to become a
better individual in life. Such a friend we all have
Lost. A true friend of students and teachers alike.
My Best Friend, John Aires.
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1961-62 Varsity and Junior Varsity
Doy's and girl's bowling season started on 1212 with the boy's losing to Wheat-
ley 3-0. Alan Jackson was high man with a 222 game and 568 series, followed
by Marc Schussler.
Boys JV won 2-1, Mike Condlin was high. . .1219 we met the frogs of Carle Place
and won 2-1. The JV had a 2-0 victory. Greg Vautrin led the way with 170
games. Girls Varsity opened with a 7-2 victory. With Liz Condlin leading the
girls. Donna Albertson led the JV girls with a sweep over the Frogs 9-0. 2111 was
Locust Valley and our Varsity had a 2-1 victory. Girls keep winning while our
girls JV lost 9-0. 116 Oyster Day sweeps boys varsity 3-O but Alan Jackson takes
lead for high game, with 6 strikes in a row fora 257 game. Liz leads 9-0 victory
with a 212 game and 549 series. 1116 Wheatley beats boys varsity 3-0 North
Shore losing a close game by 6 pins. Boris Skrepek leads team with 199, 196, 540
series. Girls bowl Valley stream North winning 5-4, Liz again high with 206 and
league high of 554 series, 1120 Frogs beat Boys 2-1 but Alan shoots 633 for high
series. Girls win again 9-O. 1122 Jerico defeated 2-1. Girls loose for the first time
all season 7-2. 1126 North Shores' greatest day of the season when all teams
win. Boys sweep league leading Manhasset, John Cook shoots 221, Jackson 566
series, Mike Condlin shoots 200 game, Mike Breen 160 to lead victory . . . Girls
varsity 9-0. JV 9-0. Liz 196 . . . 211 Oyster Bay boys defeat N5 6-0. JV wins 2-1,
Ken Perez had 496, Girls win 9-0 Mary Mauro leads victory with 203-545 JV lost
9-0. . . 213 Manhasset again and another big day Boys win 2-1., Girls 9-0 victors
with Helga bowling 166-436, 216 North Shore girls sweep Valley Stream 9-O to
take over 1st Place. Liz leads sweep with 194, 190-544 series. JV looses 9-0.
ln a nutshell Boys showed great improvement thanks to the COBRA - and
saying "wait til next year" rings true, for everyone is back except Greg who will
be missed. Girls Varsity should be league champions with Liz, Laura, Mary Ellen,
Angela, Helga, and Mary sharing the victory. In all North Shore Dowling will be
the team to beat next year.
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Top Row: L. Meuller, L. Kolb, L. Loftus, L. Meier, B. Rotclla, K. Truss, J. Mimosa, K, McDonald.
Middle Row: A. Gunter, L. Bartolotti, R. Corsitto, C. Totino, M. Woolsten, M. Jones, M. Baker, J. Corozzo
Bottom Row: M. Barr, S. Painter, E. Piasczny, D. Winston, M. Capobianco, B. Anderson, J. Veroxie.
The 1981 Varsity Softball Team had a final record of 19-1, under the great leadership of Coach Devin
Duffy. The Team was undefeated in League IV - B and won its fourth consecutive Conference
Championship. This years' team is sorry to see Seniors Ellen Moran CCo-captain 6 MVPD, Maureen
Brady CCo-Captainj, Mary Volkoff CCo-Captainb, Karen Wenz, Colleen McDonald, Sue Sololsky, Jill
Rosenthal, Claire Henry and Maureen McCabe leave.
This year's team is looking forward to having another great season and to becoming County
Champions. The Varsity returnees include Beth Lynch Ccatcherj, Maryann Woolston Cfirst base,
pitcher, MIPJ, Brenda Rotola Csecond Basej, Laura Kolb Csecond baseb and Bella Tortino Cshort stopl.
Back: Coach M. Archer, M. Volkoff, G. Curiale, A. Rooney, D Caceres Coach J Farrell
Fourth row: L. Gavin, S. Sowinski, D. Hnatov, N. Gavin, D. O Hara L Loftus J Kortevelesy
Third row: L. Genninger, S. Pavlidges, P. Lenz, S. Lenz, T. Lawrence M Mauro A Malloy
Second row: K. Dugan, A. Dowden, L. Bonham, A. DaSilva M Keenan P Lenz A Spanner K Costello M Grau
Front: C. Hall, F. Knochemhaur, Y. Hovivian,
GIRLS TRACK 1981
Undefeated - Division Champions 7-O Conference Champs
The Girl's Track Team once again dominated the confer-
ence. With the largest turnout ever, the girls won every dual
meet. ln the Conference Championships North Shore scored
159 points. Second place Roosevelt had 85. Many individual
performances contributed to the fine effort. The strongest
event all yearfor North Shore was the one mile walk. Simone
Pavlides, Kelly Costello, Allison Rooney, and Barry
Moskowitz finished 1st, 2nd, Grd and 4th in every dual meet
and also took the top 4 places in The Conference Champion-
ships. Simone Pavlides finished 2nd in the County and 10th in
New York State. Lisa Loftus finished 1st in every dual meet
and in the Conference Championships in the shot and discus.
She also finished 1st in the County Championship. In the New
York State Finals she finished 5th in the discus with the best
throw by a girl in Nassau County t26'7". Other Conference
Champs included Gia Curiale in the High Jump, Loretta Gavin
in the 400 Meter Hurdles and the 2 mile relay team of Kathy
Dugan, Amanda Malloy, Peggy Frank, and Liz Bonham.
School records were set this year by Anna DaSilva in the Long
Jump C16'1A"J and Lisa Loftus in the shot C36'11"J and discus.
Cheryl Hall went undefeated in the 2 mile in dual meets.
Gther consistent scorers included: Sue Lenz, Ann Dowden,
Mary Keenan in the sprints, Joanne Kortvelesy in the discus,
Denise O'Hara and Andrea Mastellone in the hurdles and
Laura Genninger in the 2 mile.
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53 Andy Kim
63 Brian Wargin
73 Beth Lynch
63 Scott Kincaid
93 Lisa Ivanov
103 Diana Knatov
113 Jessica Katz
123 Laurie Latewicz
133 Sam Brown
143 Diane or Michelle
163 Ricardo Gomez
173 Greg Vautrin
163 Laurie Connoly
193 Antoni Curiole
203 Lisa Divonzo
213 Jean Deveou
223 Michael Conzo
233 Scott MacPherson
243 Sue Villa
253 Steven Tufo
263 Terry Vogt
273 Matt Miksic
283 Debbie Hodes
293 Steven Pappas
303 Ava Spanier
313 Dawn Caceres
323 Janet Wierzbicki
333 Lucia Totino
343 Lisa Perfumo
663 Dylan Samuels
693 Michelle Mueller
703 Lisa Franco
713 Lucrezio Grella
723 Maureen Galvin
733 Donna Jennison
743 John McQuillan
753 Jenni Tufo
763 Steven Dronza
773 Rowena Coutts
783 Denise O'Hara
793 Alan Cherry
603 Ana Messner
613 Sandy Reggio
623 Paul Ciampi
633 Cathy Word
643 Jeremy Speer
653 Mark Verderame
663 Lenny Lozito
673 Kathy Sessler
683 Lisa Lardi
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363 Laureen Maddock
373 Robin Guides
363 Debbie Napoli
393 Ken Dailey
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453 Jill Matteo
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573 Allison Zohosky
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GN ITS' 25th ANNIVERSARY
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Candy 6 Bob Aikman
Applied Graphics Corp.
Mr. Cr Mrs. Wm. Beste
Ms. Mary Biggers
Mr. Cv Mrs. Richard Breen
Mr. Cr Mrs. Donald Brennan
Mr. 6 Mrs. S. Brozyna
Barbara E: Ed Bueler
Mary S. Chubb
J. Lou Ciampi
Ellen 6 Greg Corozzo
John 6 Lisa Deul
John Cr Jeanne Divonzo
Duncan O. Dodd
Mrs. Patrick Gardner
Thomas J. Germano
The Getz Family
Mr. fr Mrs. Angelo Grande
Mr. fr Mrs. Patsy Grella
Mr. 6 Mrs. Vito Grimaldi
Mr. 6 Mrs. H. Kolb
Mr. 6 Mrs. John P. Kortvelesy
Mrs. Mary M. Kyviakidis
The Laderer Family Barbara, Bill,
Michael, Richard, Kim Cr Joey
Merle 6 Seymour Levine
Paul 5 Betty Lardi
Anne fr Kay Lueke
Rein Cr Annikki Lumi
Mr. Cr Mrs. John D. Luyster
BEST WISHES TCD
THE CLASS OE '82
Mr. 6 Mrs. Peter E. Lynch, Jr.
Mr. 6 Mrs. Daniel J. Maddock
Joseph L. Martin
Bernice 6 Richard Matteo
Bruce 6 Eileen Matzinger
Mr. 6 Mrs. Robert McGurn
Mr. Cv Mrs. Joseph Meigel
Mark G. fr Mary Clarke Miksic
Mr. 6 Mrs. Robert S. Moskow
Mr. Cr Mrs. George Myles,
Mr. 6 Mrs. V. Neider
Robert J. Osmers
Barbara Cr Michael Pearson
G.E. Pickering, Inc.
Mr. Er Mrs. Paul E. Rademacher
Mrs. Penny Rosenthal
Mr. 6 Mrs. Al Schneider
Swan Club Caterers
Mr. Cr Mrs. Phillip Snyder
Mr. Cr Mrs. Harry H. Sturge
Irish 6 Ede Sweeting
All The Treibers
Mr. C1 Mrs. James Trimble
Mr. 6 Mrs. Peter Truss 6 Famiiy
Dr. 6 Mrs. Vincent J. Tufo
Village Squire Wines 6 Liquors
Arthur 6 Beatrice Vogt
Mr. Cr Mrs. Lawrence J. Winston
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GLEN HEAD, N.Y. 11545
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NGTON HARBOR, N.Y. 11050 Glen Head N.Y. 11545
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 83'
HAPPY 25th ANNIVERSARY
CLASS OF 1982
Glen Head Tailors,
Cleaners 8. Furriers
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Offices in Roslyn, West Hempstead, Farmingdale, Bell and Woodbury
NORTH SHORE GRAPHIC ARTS
40 GLEN COVE RD., GREEIIIVALE, N.Y. o I516I 484-1844
NORTH SHORE HIGH SCHOOL
ON IT'S 25th ANNIVERSARY
AND TO THE CLASS OF 1982
TI-IE CLASS OF '85
CLASS OF 1982
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JIMMY, DONALD, BILLY, RICARDO, ILODDIE, JAMIE, BRIAN, AND JOHN FROM
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YOUR 25th ANNIVERSARY
AND BEST WISHES FROM
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North Shore School
CLASS OF 1982
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. William Grimes
Mr . Paul C onnolly
Mr. Donald Dowden
Mrs. Laura Valente
Mr. Thomas Famigletti
Mrs. Nancy Hall
Mrs . Claudia Moyne
Dr. Christopher Warrell
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Murray Hoffinger
A ssistant Superintendent
Mr. Monroe Fink
School District Clerk
Dr. Harry H. Sturge
Mr. Louis Orfan
School District Counsel
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CLASS OF 1982
AND SONS INC.
EXCAVATING 6 ASPHALT PAVING
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16 Roilrood Avenue
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Veterans' Educational Assistance Program QVEAPJ
High school seniors can participate through the Army's
Delayed Entry Program. You could have as much as
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