Oakwood Collegiate Institute - Oracle Yearbook (Toronto Ontario, Canada)

 - Class of 1964

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lOM FIRST ROW: Mr. Scott: You must keep your wits about you Sylvia Heuberger: But sir, just one more! . . . Ruthie Pie can ' t I go to St. Mike ' s? I ' ll work hard . . . Jane Corden: St. experience . . . Dianne Shimkoff: I heard a great joke on . . . Brian Boyd: Latin? What Latin? . . . Ron Webster: They need is shorter periods and longer lunches . . . Brian Cum The Little M of lOM . . . Mauro Gardonio: The name is Mau paper . . . THIRD ROW: Frans Sayers: (Snarf) (Censored . . . What we need is longer school days . . . Jim Hogg: Bang, exam . . . Barry Zimmerman: 10 M ' s constitutional expert . . Curran! Did you throw that? . . . CAMERA SHY: Bob Prow Cripps not Crebbs. . . . Sharon Collison: But Mrs. Brock, it is centred . . . chulla: Oh no, I only got 98 . . . Shelagh Keefe: But why Mike ' s, here I come . . . Anna Jane Worrall: Well, in my Randy Dandy . . . SECOND ROW: Victor Tkachuk: Duh zzz call me stretch for short . . . Dave Ellsworth: What we mings: But Mrs. Wallace, it isn ' t Greek . . . Mike Curran: ro not Moron . . . Jim Harvie: But sir, I like the taste of George Gilchrest: But I don ' t like cookies . . . Axel Breuer: Bang, I got ya! . . . Paul Baker: What we need is a football . Paul Vitali: But I like my hair this way . . . John Mayhue: se: What a bunch of farmers . . . Dave Cripps: The name is 9A FIRST ROW: Loreen Moore: No relation to our dear form teacher . . . Alissa Kosower: Only 99%, I could have done much better . . . Hiala Waxman: I ' m so happy I ' m moving . . . Gloria Harvey: Who me study? Never! . . . Carol Spatari: I challenge anyone to outwhistle me . . . Cathy Wakemen: Here a joke, there a joke, everywhere a joke . , . Linda Wheatly: A book a day keeps Mr. Foster away . . . Nadine Gorelick: I ' ve had enough trouble thinking of comments for you, without thinking of something for myself . . . SECOND ROW: Tony Djordjevic: Speak up Tony! Mr. Moore wants to hear you! . . . Melvin Orecklin: Does anybody know what dictionary he wrote? . . . Stephen Tamasi: Comes to school for a holiday . . . Rene Kohn: My french horn is bigger than I am . . . Barbara Knopman: Alias the silent one . . . Marsha Fine: Just as fine as her name implies (?)... Elsie Stark: Sugar ' n ' spice ' n ' everything nice! . . . Marc Silnicki: Com- pliments of Al Sternberg . . . Allan Sternberg: Happiness is giving to the penny collection . . . Larry Elliot: A perfect victim of circumstances . . . THIRD ROW: David Baillie: Is it Dave or David — not even Mr. Moore knows for sure . . . Cameron Bourne: Have Donnelly will travel . . . Robbie Fleming: I don ' t care if I did get 100%; I still deserve more marks . . . Tom Elek: What would we do without Tom ' s continual questions in math class? . . . Leon Lenchner: Sir I didn ' t do it, honest — Sir? . . . Barry Kohl: How did I get to be president in the first place . . . Louis Greenbaum: I only study twelve hours a day . . . Boris Grmek: Famous last words — Who stole my briefcase? . . . George Borsuk: An inspired trumpet player (sort of) . . . FOURTH ROW: Mike Donnelly: The new Donnelly doll — you wind him up and he laughs . . . Louis Puppi: Mr. Basketball of 9A . . . John Latinen: Big good John . . . Bob Flynn: Ah, sit down Bob, please? . . . Calvin Adler: Play a little softer Calvin — we can still hear you . . . Geoffrey Barnes: Uh, that ' s wrong, Mr. Moore . . . Max Hecht: Max go back to sleep; you ' re not missing anything . . . CAMERA SHY: David Body: Parla-vu French? 9B FIRST " ROW:~Miss Hay: This class has wonderful capabilities but . . . Brigitte Waisberg: C ' est si bon . . . Lily Honigsberg: I couldn ' t even keep awake for the class picture . . . Iris Savlov: Not as flowery as her first name implies . . . Ruth Manning: Innocence . . . Luigina Pizzinato: Pizzicato with Pizzinato . . . Sandra Greenspan: What! Exams tomorrow! I ' m going to be sick . . . Linda Nash: Guess who just said hello to me? . . . Cheryl Nutt: Buzz off! Ya wanta fight? . . . SECOND ROW: Gail Richardson: All I want for Christmas is a bass . . . Jeanette Matias: Would you please whisper just a bit louder . . . Bianca Falconi: Sugar ' n ' spice . . . Margaret Bingham: Well, my father is a doctor, and he says . . . Helen Mason: Just me and my books . . . Boldine Williams: Hey, wasn ' t he cute! . . . Joan McAree: Only her hairdresser knows for sure . . . Carmelina Bruno: But Mr. Cooper, I still don ' t understand . . . Bev Donaldson: Sir, I wasn ' t talking, honest! . . . Maria Leone: Cupid ' s target . . . THIRD ROW: Frank Klein: Webster Oxford Inc. . . . Philip Pick: Mrs. Donald- son ' s protege . . . Craig Freifeld: The wandering mathematical mind . . . Kevin Judge: Tiny terror . . . Michael Rusynyk: Silent Mike . . . Joey Fukakusa: I still say that the author is definitely dead . . . Michael Pietrangelo: Frenchy . . . Barry Finkelman: The encyclopaedia is my escape . . . Stephen Chomolok: Professor Smart . . . FOURTH ROW: Michael Seguin: Darn it! only 98% . . . John Brownlee: I ' d admit my faults if I had any . . . John Spauls: The last thing I wanted to take was strings . . . Philip Lake: Uh, well like, um . . . Donald Lea: Parlez-vous fr angais means that my name is Donald Lea? . . . Sevi Wolfowicz: The boy who speaks French — with a Jewish accent . . . Peter Ciasnoha: Peter, this a cello, not a violin. 57

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