Tamarac High School - Triumph Yearbook (Troy, NY)

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CONNOR Studio in Art Graphics Drawingfljainting Mlss DIEHL, Band DRIVER EDUCATION MR. PASCUCCI I PH YS. ED. MR. TWEE DY HEALTH MRS. FISCHER, Nurse MRS. COLE U, .A un.. MRS JOYCE ,-. HOME EC. MRS. BECHARD IND. ARTS MR. PETRONIS C US TODIANS Bonesteel, H. Rist, F Yates D. Rancourt, Plckett, W. Ives. h ..K" f :,, 1 1 V525 ' .q. 1 "E .Q I f r B US DRIVERS Last Row, Left to Right: D. Breen, A. Tefoe, I. Roberts, W. Shel- drick, R. Hayner. 2nd ROW, Left to Right: J. Messemer, F. Roberts, A. Rogers, R. Messemer. Front Row, Left to Right: A. Kreiger, H. Buck, R. Kaschak, D. Kreiger I J X Y 1 Y A s I 27 A 6 ADAMS, JEFFREY - - ALBARELLI, JAMES .... ASHLEY, DEBBIE ----- BARKYOUMB, JEANNETTE BECKER, RICHARD J, - - - BEHAN, MATTHEW - - BELANGER, DAVID - - BERNEY, JAMES ---- BISSELI., KIMBERLY - - - BLAKENEY, F. LEE - - BLOOMER, WILLIAM - - BONESTEEL, AMY - - BORNT, WILLIAM - - - BRIGGS, ROANN - - - BURSIK, KRISANNE - - CAMPBELL, BRUCE - - CAMPBELL, GORDON - - CARNFIR, DALE -... CHESTARA, JOHN - - CHUHTA, CAROL - - CHURCH, LEON - - CHURCH, ROBIN - - CIPPERLY, JOHN ---- CLARKSON, BARBARA - - - CLAYTON, ROBERT - - CLICKNER, MARIAN - - - COLANGELO, SUZANNE - COLETTI, GENE ---- CROMIE, BETH .--.. DEHNERT, CHRISTIAN - - DEHNERT, IOHANNES - - DELONG, KIM ..... DUNCAN, ROBBIN - - ECKEL, BARBARA - - EMPIE, STEVE ..... ERICKSON, DIANE - - - - ESTABROOKS, CAROLYN - - FALLON, ANN ...... EARINA, GERARD - - FARRELL, KAREN - - FLETCHER, WAYNE - - - FLOYD, IOANNE - - FORD, KENNETH - - FOX, THOMAS ..... GOLINSKI, DOUGLAS - - HARDICK, JOHN - - - - HARRIS, CATHERINE - - HARTLEY, SUSAN - - HAYFORD, JANICE - - HAZEN, RUSSELL - - HEFFNER, DONALD - - HOAG, EDWARD - - HOFFMAN, DIANE - - HOLMES, PHILIP - - SENIOR --30 -46 -33 --34 --37 --38 -41 --42 --33 --41 --41 -44 --48 --50 --32 --53 --53 --54 --56 --51 --36 -61 -59 --45 --46 -50 -31 - 39 --60 --38 - 65 - 60 - 38 --45 - 62 -58 --69 - 66 --35 -42 --34 -30 -30 -49 --52 -47 --60 - 44 -68 --48 -49 -46 -67 -64 I DEX HUMMEL, DAVID- - IARVIS, MICHAEL - - JOHNSTON, GARY - - KAUTZ, SUSAN - - KEEFER, DAUNE - - KING, MARIAN - - - KIRCHNER, JOHN JR. - KIVLIN, TIMOTHY - - KUGLER, RONALD - - LAGASSE, MICHELE - - LEE, LUCINDA ---- LEWIS, BRAD ---- LYNN, MELANIE ---- MARSHALL, PATRICIA - - MARTEL, NANCY ---- MCCHESNEY, GAIL - - - MCDERMOTT, DENNIS - - MCGOFF, PAUL ----- MESSEMER, GARY - - - MOODY, BRUCE - - MOQUIN, DAVE ----- MORIZIO, CINDERELLA - MORSE, PAULA ------ O'BR1EN, RICHARD ---- PA SSARET TI , STEP HA NIE PATTISON, GREGORY - - PEER, SUSAN ----- POLLOCK, DIANE - - POLLOCK, NANCY - - PURTELL, LYNN - - - RENALDI, TINA - - RIVERS, WAYNE - - RODEN, CAROL - - ROSS, KATHY ----- RUFENACHT, GLENN - - RUMPF, JUANITA - - - SALVATI, TONY - - - SAUTER, PAUL - - - SCHNEIDER, JOHN - - SINGISER, MARY - - SIPEL, LOUANNE - - SIRCO, JOE ------ STICKELMYER, JOSEPH - TARBOX, ANDREW - - - THURBI-12, JERRY - - - TATE, BONNIE - - VELLOTTI, PETER - - WAGAR, JEANNE - - WALSH, SUSAN - - WHITFORD, BRUCE - - WILSON, SHIRLEY - - WINTERS, CECILIA - - WOOD, CORALENE - - VALEDI C TORIAN The 1973 valedictorian is John Chestara John has earned an average of 97+ in his four years at Tamarac. He has been a member of the National Honor Society C 0- AL U TA TORIAN Barbara Clarkson has a cumulative average of 95+. She has been ac- tive in Speech Club and the Na- tional Honor Soci ety . She received a National Merit Letter of Com- and president of Student Council. He will be attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, studying in the new Manage- ment - Law program . mendation and a New York State Regents Scholar- ship. She plans to study veteri- nary science at the Agricultural and Technical College at Delhi New York. Io Floyd maintained an average of 95+. Her main interests have been Cheerlead- ing and Ski Club. She was awarded a National Merit Letter of Commendation and has received a Regents Scholarship. She plans to attend Rensselaer Polytech- nic Institute where she is enrolled in the Bio-Medical program . KENNETH FORD You can expect me to look for the truth but not find it." Yearbook Staff 12 Student Council 9,101 12 Mu Aipha Theta 9,1o,11,123 ski Club 9,1o,11,123 Biology Club 9 10 11 12 Computer Club 9,102 German Club 9,1O,113 Key Club 10,11 12 Intramural Basketball ball 11 12 Voice of Democracy Award 11: Varsity Basketball 12. IOANNE FLOYD "Why be content with one olive when you could have the whole UCC: Why be content to be nothing when there's nothing that you cannot be. n Yearbook Editor 12g Paper Staff 9,103 Student Council 9,1O,11,123 Executive Council 9,113 Speech Club 10: Chorus 9,103 Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 12: Biology Club 9, 10,11, 123 French Club 9, 10: German Club 12: Music Man 93 Class President 93 Cheerleading 10, 11,121 Prom Committee 113 Prom Court 113 Austria Trip 11: Cheerlead- ing Camp 11,123 Elmira Key Award 11: Honor Society 9,10,11,123 Mu Alpha Theta 10,11,12. Honor Society' 9 , 10, 111 1 11: Intramural Volley- f 3 lff tilfkf, '- iaisii 3 1 QM JEFFREY ADAMS "Men freely believe that which they desire." Yearbook Staff 123 Honor Society 9,11,123 Mu Alpha Theta 9,10, 11,123 Speech Club 10: Chorus 9, 10,11,123 Ski Club 9, 10, 11,123 Biology Club 11,121 French Club 93 German Club 10,113 Varsity Club 11,122 All-State Chorus 9,10,123 All-County Chorus 9, 10, 11,123 Choralaires 1O,11,123 Football 9, 10,11,123 Chorus Musical 12. V :riff SUZANNE COLANGELO "There is no value in life except what you choose to place upon it, and no happiness in any place except what you bring to it yourself." Yearbook Editor 123 Speech Club 10, 11g Chorus 12g I, R,C, 10,11g Ski Club 10,11, 125 Biology Club 10, 11,123 French Club 9,lOg Cheerleading 11, 125 Prom Committee 119 Prom Court 115 Speech Class Play 123 Chorus Musical 12. DA VID I-IUMMEL "There are two things to work for in lifeg first, to get what you wantg and, after that, to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieve the second." Student Council 1O,11,12g Executive Council 11, 12g Speech Club 93 ski Club 9,10,11,12g Varsity Club 11,123 Key Club 10g Football l0,11,12g Wrestling 9, 1O,11,12g Intramural Volleyball 11,12g Basketball Game Announcerg Intramural Track 11, 12. KRISANNE BURSFK "The water flowed and flowed and yet it was always thereg It was always the same and yet every moment it was new." Student Council 9,10: Executive Council 9: Chorus 9,10 Graduated after 10th Grade NANCY MARTEL "One seed can start a gardeng One drop can start a seag One doubt can start a hatingg One dream can set us free." Student Council 9: Cheerleading 1O,11g Prom Committee 11. KIMBERLY BISSELL "Must I travel all the world alone? Or will you be my friend. Friendship is a horizon which expands whenever we approach." Student Council 12g Chorus 9, 10, 11, 123 Library Club 103 Ski Club 9,10,1l,12g French Club 9,103 All-State Chorus 11,12g All- County Chorus 9, 10, 11, 123 Choralaires 9, 10, 11 ,123 Prom Com- mittee llg Girls Basketball 11, 123 Chorus Musical 12. IUANITA RUMPF "Life is born and born again near Virgin pond untouched by men. DEBBIE ASHLEY "I am who I am You can't rearrange me I am who I am Though the world tries I'll be who I am Till the day that I die, to change me Whether I'm happy or whether I cry. " Ski Club 10, 11, 12. k CINDERELLA MORIZIO "where am i going? i don't quite know. down to the stream where the king-cups grow - up on the hill where the pine-trees blow - anywhere, anywhere. i don't know." Paper Staff 11g Speech Club 10g Y-Teens 9g Yearbook Staff 12. IEANNETTE BARKYOUMB "You look around, things Astound you So breathe In deep, you're Not asleep Open Your mind." Paper Staff 115 Speech Club 10g Library Club 9. WAYNE FLETCHER "There is a pasture in the countryside I used to call my own There is a natural pillow for my head 'cause the grass is overgrown I think of that place from time to time when I want to be alone It's been a long way from anywhere like a heaven all my own." Mu Alpha Theta l0,11, 12g Ski Club 93 Biology Club lO,llg French Club 95 Football 93 Basketball 10g Intramural Basketball Volleyball 11. 1 .A PAUL SAUTER "There are two great tragedies in life - One is not getting what you want, the other is getting it." Intramural Basketball ll, 123 Intramural Vol- leyball 12g Business Club 10, ll, 12: Student Council 11, 12g Yearbook Staff 12 v Q x K. -nf U GERARD FARI NA "Forget all of your troubles For a minute or two Just listen to what I'm sayin' Cause I'm talkin' to you. We don't need no leader To tell us what's wrong We need love in the country So we can get strong." LEON CHURCH "Life is altogether too short, enjoy it while you can." GARY MESSEMER "Life is to be lived day by day, for there is no other way Wrestling 9,10 RICHARD I. BECKER "A man should be upright, not be kept upright. " Chess Club 12 DENNIS MCDERMOTT "In the days of prosperity be joyful, but in the days of adversity consider . " ,sw v - A., W. T1 9 4 tm, . M M .f M35 .L A Q Q xlw-xcywnr fs. .Mg TW :K .ulv ' x 'Wuxi x 1 wr as mi 1: Ays b ts ey., My ROBBIN DUNCAN "When the red, red robin comes bob-bob-bobbin along." Yearbook Staff 123 Student Council 123 Speech Club 10,113 Cho- rus 9,10,l1,123 F,T,A. 93 Biology Club l0,11,123 French Club 9,102 Prom Committee 11: Speech Class Play 12: All-State Chorus 123 Chorus Musical 12. CHRISTIAN DEHNERT "Never answer an angry word with an angry word. lt's the second one that makes the quarrel." Yearbook Staff 12: Mu Alpha Theta 9,10,113 Chorus 12: Biology Club 9,l0,1l,123 French Club 93 German Club ll,12. MATTHEW BEHAN "If I have only learned but one thing, that is how easily the people we think most honest, are most deceiving." Biology Club 10: Varsity Club 11,122 Key Club 10,11,12: Foot- ball 9, 103 Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. JOE SIRCO "The sun rises in the East and sets in the West. " Ski Club 10, 11, 12: Varsity Club 11, 12, Key Club 10, 11, 12: Football 9: Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12: Wrestling 11, 12g Intramural Tennis 12 GENE COLETTI "Eve man's affairs, however little, are im- YY portant to himself. " Student Council 9, 10, 11: Executive Council 115 Mu Alpha Theta 9, 10, 11: Speech Club 9: Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 12: Biology Club 9, 10, 11, 12 French Club 9, 10g Varsity Club 11, 12g Class President 10 , 11 , 123 Baseball 10 , 11 , 129 Wres- tling 9,11,12g Prom Committee 11: Austria Trip 11 GREGORY PATTISON "How could you be in two places at once if you're not anywhere at all. " Speech Club 1O,11g Ski Club 9,1O,11g Paper Staff 10,113 Student Council 10, ll. WA YNE RIVERS "Knowledge and hard work is the greatest power to a man's success." Wrestling 11, 12. F. LEE BLAK ENEY "If a man rides the Blue Horse of wisdom to his grave, then the crystal horse of Love, happiness, and life Both into the setting sun." WILLIAM BL OOMER "Life can be filled with sorrow and pain, or all the love and hap- piness you wish, but it can't happen by itselfg life is what you make it. " Graduated after llth Grade. will go on. Ride them DAVID BELANGER "The Italians are wise before the deedg the Germans in the deed The French after the deed." Student Council 12g Business Club 95 Varsity Club ll, 12g Wrest- ling 9,10,11,12. KAREN FARRELL "Live for the living and Give for the giving Moment by moment One day at a time . . . It doesn't matter, It's nothin' but Dreamin' anyhow. " Paper Staff 11: Library Club 93 French Club 9, 10 JAMES BERNEY "There is a world you're living in No one else has your part All God's children in the wind Take it in and blow hard. " Biology Club 103 Football 9g Basketball 9, 10, 12: Intramural Basketball 113 Speech Class Play 12 MICHAEL IARVIS "And it's whispered that soon if we all call the tune then the piper will lead us to a reason, And a new day will dawn for those who stand long and the forests will echo laughter. " Wrestling 9, 10, 11 SUSAN WALSH "I've been happy lately thinking about the good things to come. And l believe it could be something good has begun. " Chorus 123 Spanish Club 12 gr-.. GARY JOHNSTO N "The past isn't anymore The future only has in store and around and around and around it goes, and where it stops nobody knows." Football 9 SUSAN HARTLEY "And taking time to love is, most of all, caring enough not to hold on too tightly and yet not run too loose." Yearbook Staff 125 Student Council 9,12g Executive Council 12g Speech Club 10, 113 Chorus 9,10,11,12g F, T.A. 93 Ski Club 123 All-County Chorus 95 Music Man 9g Prom Committee llg Chorus Musical 12. 6 i Q 1 AMY BONESTEEL "I've been going a long time now along the way I've learned some things. You have to make the good times yourself, take the little times and make them into big times and save the times that are all right for the ones that aren't so good," Mu Alpha Theta 9, 10, ll. 3' pr- BARBARA CLARKSON "I am still an embryo with a long, long way to go . . . Yearbook Editor 123 Honor Society 9,10,11,12g Mu Alpha Theta 9,1O,11g Speech Club 9, 10g Biology Club 10: French Club 9,107 Class Secretary 11g Prom Committee 11g Speech Class Play 12. PAULA MORSE "For nothing in life that is worthy ls ever too hard to achieve If you have the courage to try it And you have the faith to believe . . . Honor Society 11,123 Mu Alpha Theta 9,10,11g Speech Club 10. BARBARA ECKEL "God let us be different." 25 Yearbook Editor 12g Student Council 113 Honor Society 9g Mu Alpha Theta 9,10,11,12g Biology Club 12g Prom Committee 11. 2524 ' ,' , A A , ami .gf .TA MES A LBARELLI "Ir1 heaven there ain't no beer, that's why we drink it here." Business Club 9,105 Basketball 9 ROBERT CLAYTON "Revenge is always the delight of a mean spirit, of a weak and petty mind! You may immediately draw proof of this - that no one rejoices more in revenge than a woman." Football 9 EDW ARD HOA G "The good things in life are not to be had singly, but come to us with a mixture." JOHN HARDICK "Happiness is made to be shared Ski Club 9,10,11 ,12g French Club 9,103 Varsity Club 11 ,125 Key Club 9,10,11,12g Foorbarr 9,10,l1,12g Basketball 9,10,11, Base- ball 9,10,11 ,12 BRUCE WHITFORD "The smaller you are, The harder you try: I tried harder." Student Council 9,103 Business Club 9, 10, 11,123 Band 9, 10,11, 12g Varsity Club 11,12g Key Club 9,10,11g Dance Band 9,10,11 Football 9, 10, 11,12g Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 RUSSELL HAZEN "Look to your healthy and if you have it, praise God, and value it next to a good conscienceg for health is a second blessing that we mortals are capable ofg a blessing that money cannot buy." Yearbook Editor 123 Paper Staff 11,123 Biology Club 113 Class Officer 9,1O,11, 123 Spanish Club 123 Speech Class Play 123 Syracuse Citizenship Award 11g Prom Committee 12. WILLIAM BORNT "Often the greatest talents lie unseen." Band 9,10,11,12g ski Club 11,125 Varsity Club 11,125 All-State Band 105 All-County Band 9, 103 Music Man 95 Football 9,10, ll, 12, Basketball 11. JOHN SCHNEIDER "That man lives happy and in command of himself, who from day to day can say, 'l have lived! "' Paper Staff 129 Honor Society 9,1Og Mu Alpha Theta 9,10,11, 123 Ski Club 9,1O,l1,12g Biology Club l0,l1g French Club 9,lOg German Club 10,11,12g Varsity Club 1O,11,12g Key Club 1O,11, 12g Football 9,lO,11,12g Basketball 9,10,11,12g Baseball 9,10, 11,125 Prom Committee 11g Speech Class Play 12. P f P Q I . I l i THOMAS FOX "The most wasted day of all is that on which we have not laughed." Paper Staff 123 Ski Club 9,10,l1,12g Biology Club 10,1lg Varsity Club 1O,1l,12g Key Club 10,11,12g Football 9,10,11,12g Base- ball 9,10,11, 12g Prom Committee 11g Spanish Club 12g Speech Class Play 123 Austria Trip 11. DONALD HEFFNER "Live while you can for your life shall soon be over." Yearbook Staff 12g Paper Staff 11,123 Student Council 9g Band 12g Business Club 9, l0,11,12g Varsity Club 1l,l2g Basketball 9, 10, 11. MA RIAN CLICKNER "Don't walk in front of me - I may not follow. Don't walk behind me - I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend." 12: Speech Club 10: Chorus 93 Ski Club 1O,11,123 Biology Club 10 11,125 French Club 9,103 Class Officer 10: Prom Committee 11: Voice of Democracy Award ll. ROA NN BRIGGS "I want to see everything now: And while none of it will be me when it goes in, after awhile it'll all gather together inside and it'll be me . . . I'll hold onto the world tight someday. I've got one finger on it nowg that's a beginning. " Student Council 12: Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11,123 Speech Club 103 Chorus 9,1O,113 F.T.A. 93 Ski Club 9,10,113 Biology Club 10, 11,123 French Club 9,103 German Club 11,122 Music Man 93 Chorus Musical 12. DIANE POLLOCK "Be civil to allg sociable to manyg familiar with fewg friend to oneg enemy to none." Student Council 93 Biology Club 1O,l1,123 Speech Club 10: Cho- rus 11,123 Choralaires 10, 123 Ski Club l0,11,123 Prom Com- mittee 113 Voice of Democracy Award 11: Chorus Musical 12. Yearbook Staff 12: Honor Society 9,11,123 Mu Alpha Theta 10,11, GAIL MCCHESNEY "Whatever I do I do because I am me, and I am me because I do it." Yearbook Staff 125 F.T.A. 9: Mu Alpha Theta 9, 10, 11, 12: Biology Club 12: Student Council 12g Prom Committee 11 CAROL CHU HTA "Life was meant to be lived and curiosity must be kept alive. One must never, for whatever reason, turn his back on life." Yearbook Staff 125 I.R,C. 9, 10: Biology Club 103 French Club 9, 10g Girls Basketball 10, Yorkers 9, 10 JERRY THURBER "As long as you live, keep learning to live." Football 9,lOg Intramural Basketball. DOUGLAS GOLINSKI "Don't waste a single day - use it like there is no tomorrow. Business Club 10g Football 9,103 Badcetball 93 Wrestling 10. ,J 'G ..:,A Q! J BRUCE CAMPBELL "lt isn't the experience of today that drives men mad. It is the remorse for something that happened yesterday, and the dread of what tomorrow may disclose." Football 9,1O,11g Basketball 9g Intramural Basketballg Intramural Volleyball. PAUL MCGOFF "I learned my lesson well, you see you can't please eyeryone so you gotta please yourself." Student Council 12g Mu Alpha Theta 1l,12g Speech Club 10,11 12g Intramural Volleyball llg Speech Class Play 12. GORDON CAMPBELL "He is free who lives as he chooses." Football 9,1O,1lg Basketball 10g Intramural Basketball l1,12. SU SA N PEER "We've had a bad time We've had it rough But now the clouds are clearing from us. Five bands of angels, fly to our side They sing of joy and peace and gladness." Ski Club 9,l0,1l,12g Biology Club 1O,11,12g Speech Club 10g French Club 10. CA ROL RODEN "Joy has its friends, but grief its lonelinessg Live, love, laugh, and be happy." Chorus 9,10,l1,12g Choralaires 9,l0,l1,12g Biology Club 10,11 12, All-County Chorus 9,10,ll,12g All-State Chorus ll,12g Y- Teens 9. DALE CARNER "What road shall I trod next? . . . Whether it be wrong or right in your eyes, it is my choice, and only mine. And if I meet the "wrong" on my journey it is still mine, mine only, and I will have learned . . . " Business Club 9g F, T,A, 12, Y-Teens 9,1Og Library Club 9. BONNIE TATE "Let no one who loves be called altogether unhappy. Even love unreturned has its rainbow." Yearbook Staff 123 Paper Staff 11g Chorus 9,10,11,l2g Y-Teens 95 Band 9,1O,1lg All-County Band 11g Prom Court 11g Prom Committee 11g Speech Class Play 12g Cheerleading 10,11,12g Chorus Musical 125 Miss United Fund Award 12g Cobleskill Shorthand Award 12: Cobleskill Typing Award 12. MICHELE LAGASSE "Where do I go? I do not know. I am only a memory In the dreams of a lifetime." Library Club 9g Y-Teens 9g Biology Club 10,11,12. JOHN CHESTARA "l care not for what might have been. I care only for today and the wonder of life itself, the sunrise of tomorrow and the new dawn. For this and in this I live." Yearbook Staff 125 Student Council 9, 10, 11,, 12: Executive Council 10, 11, 12g Honor Socie ty 9, 10, 11, 12: Mu Alpha Theta 10, 11, 123 Speech Club 10, 113 Biology Club 10, 11, 123 Speech Class Play 12 TIMOTHY KIVLIN "The great pleasure in life is doing what peo- ple say you cannot do." "The best of men cannot suspend their fate: The good die early and the bad die late. " Business Club 9, 10, 11, 123 Wrestling 9: Intra- mural Volleyball 11 "Men judge rnen from appearances rather than reality. All men have eyes but few the gift of penetration. " Chess Club 11 RONALD KUGLER WW' -,,,,.Aasv' JOHN KIRCI-INER JR. " We tolerate differences of opinion in people who are familiar to us. But differences of opinion in people we do not know sound like heresy or plots. " Paper Staff 11, 12: Student Council 123 Chess Club 12g Speech Class Play 12 BRAD LEWIS LYNN PURTELL "if you love something set it free, if it comes back it's yours, if it doesn't it never was." Yearbook Editor 125 Cheerleading 9,10,11,125 Biology Club 10, 11,125 Ski Club lO,l1,l25 Honor Society 9,ll,l25 Prom Court 115 Austria Trip 11. PETER VELLOTTI "It is not the size of the clog in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the dog." Student Council 9, 10, 11, 125 Executive Council 12: Mu Alpha Theta l0,11,l25 Biology Club 115 Computer Club 10,115 Varsity Club 11,125 Class Treasurer 11,125 Football 9,10,ll,l2g Speech Class Play 12. x DIANE ERICKSON "The love in your heart wasn't put there to stayg Love isn't love 'till you give it away." Yearbook Editor 125 Honor Society 9,10,ll,125 Biology Club 10, 11,125 Mu Alpha Theta 11,125 Chorus 9,125 Music Man 95 Speech Class Play 125 Prom Committee 115 Chorus Musical 125 F, T,A, 95 French Club 9,105 Class Officer 95 Intramural Volleyball ll, 125 Voice of Democracy Award ll. JOHN CIPPERLY "Taking time to love is what it's all about - what makes the clocks turn and the sunsets come true and without complication." Yearbook Staff 123 Student Council 9,1O, 11,125 Executive Council 12g Mu Alpha Theta 1O,11,12g Biology Club 1O,11,12g Key Club 1O,11,l2g Ski Club 10,11,12g Football 9, lO,ll,12g Chorus 123 Chorus Musical 12g Honor Society 9g Computer Club l0,11g French Club 9,103 Varsity Club 11,123 Intramural Basketball 11, 12g Intramural Volleyball 11,123 All- State Chorus 125 All-County Chorus 12g National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 12. NANCY POLLOCK "lf you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitterg for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself." Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 12g Student Council 10, 115 Honor Society 11,12g Mu Alpha Theta 1O,11,12g Speech Club 9, Chorus 9,10,11,12g Biology Club 10,113 Computer Club 1O,11g Choralaires 1O,11,12g Music Man 9g Class Officer 9, 12g Prom Committee 11g Prom Court 113 Girls Basketball 11g Speech Class Play 12g Chorus Musical 12g All-State Chorus 123 All- County Chorus 9, 10, 11. BETH CROMIE CATHERINE HARRIS "One can give without loving, but none can love without giving Business Club 103 Library Club 9,l0, llg Y-Teens 10. "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference." Business Club l0,11g Library Club 9,1O,l1,12g Y-Teens 10g Girls Basketball llg A.C,E. 9. KIM DELONG "There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so." Library Club llg Yorkers 10. LOUANNE SIPEL "Laughter is the best medicine for a long and happy life. Business Club 93 Yorkers 10. WJ ROBIN CHURCH "It's not the people in your life, but the people in you, that make your life." DAVE MOQUIN "A little humor now and then is relished by the best of men." STEVE EMPIE "To everything there is a reason, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die: A time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted." Varsity Club l1,l2g Football 9,10,l1,12g Basketball 9,l0,l2. .TOS EPH STIC KELMYER "There is only one success - to be able to spend your life in your own way." BRUCE MOODY "Don't worry about anything. Nothing is gonna be all right. " Key Club 11g Football 9,10,1l ,125 Intramural Basketball 11 ,12 RICHARD O'BRlEN "Life is altogether too short, enjoy it while you can." Business Club 95 Varsity Club 11, 129 Football 9, 10, 11, 12 GLENN RUFENACHT "We love the things we love for what they are." Honor Society 9g Speech Club 10g Chorus 9,10,11,12g Ski Club 9,1O,11,12g Biology Club 9,1O,11,12g Drama Club 10,11g French Club 9,1Og Key Club 10,115 All-State Chorus ll, 12g All-County Chorus 9,1O,11,12g Choralaires 1O,11,12g Music Man 9g Football 93 Baseball 10g Wrestling 10g Speech Class Play 12g Chorus Musical 123 Austria Trip 11. ANDREW TARBOX "Today as I walk through the trees I grow taller." Mu Alpha Theta 9,103 Speech Club 10g Ski Club 9,1O,11,12g Biology Club 9,10,11,12g Computer Club llg French Club 93 Football 9, 11, 12: Speech Class Play 12. PHILIP HOLMES "Error of opinion may be tolerated where reason is left to combat it. IV Yearbook Staff 12g Mu Alpha Theta 9,10g Chorus 12g Ski Club 9,10,12g Biology Club 9, 12g French Club 9g Football 9,11. IOHANNES DEHNERT "The rule of life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business." TONY SALVATI "lt's all over now, but the memories." Ski Club 9,l0g Biology Club lO,11g French Club 9,10g Wrestling llg Speech Class Play 12. LUCINDA LEE "Happiness resides not in possessions and not in gold, the feeling of happiness dwells in the sou1." Speech Club 103 Chorus 11, 125 Library Club 10g Band 11,12g ski Club 10, 11, 12g Drama Club 10g Speech Class Play 12g A11-State Chorus 12g Chorus Musical 12. ANN FALLON "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." Paper Staff 11,125 Speech Club 11g Ski Club 12g French Club 10, Cheerleading 10,115 Prom Committee 11g Prom Court 113 Speech Class Play 12g Chorus Musical 123 Chorus 11,123 F,T,A. 10. TINA RENALDI "be strong as love . - - soft as flowers . . . walk like the wind walks . . . when it walks through flowers . . . my friend you don'r have to hold back the sea . . . you only have to be . . . ' Chorus 11,12g The Mouse That Roared 11. DIANE HOFFMAN "lt is well to give when asked, but it is better to give unasked, through understandingg And to the open-handed, the search for one who shall receive is joy greater than giving. And is there aught you would withhold? All you have shall someday be given." Paper Staff 11g Speech Club 11: Chorus Accompanist 125 Ski Club 9, 10,11,12g Drama Club 10g French Club 9: Chcralaires Accom- panist 125 Cheerleading 9, 10, 115 Prom Committee 119 Speech Class Play 12g Chorus Play Accompanist 12 MELA NIE LYNN "So I'11 continue to continue to pretend, my life will never end, and flowers never bend with the rainfall." Chorus 11 ,125 Ski Club 119 French Club 9,109 All-State Chorus 12, All-County Chorus 12g Choralaires 12, Prom Court 11g Yearbook Typing Staff 12: Chorus Play 12, Speech Class Play 12, Cobleskill Awards in Typing and Shorthand MARY SINGISER "Some men see things as they are and say why, I see things as they aren't and say why not." Business Club llg Chorus 9,1O, 11,l2g Library Club 9,1O,l1,l2g l,R.C. 95 Y-Teens 93 Band 11,123 Ski Club 11g Prom Committee 115 Girls Basketball 11. 12. IANICE HAYFORD "My mind is clearer now, at last all too well, I can see where we all soon will be." Paper Staff 9g Student Council 9, 1O,l2g Executive Council 10,123 chorus 9,123 ski Club 9,10, 12. CECILIA WINTERS "Modesty and unselfishness - these are virtues which men praise - and pass by. " CA ROLYN ESTABROOKS "Every tear I ever cried turned to pearl before it died. Every pain that in me burned forged a wisdom I had earned." Paper Staff 10,12g Student Council 9,105 Library Club 9,10g I,R,C, 10g Drama Club 10. STEPHANIE PASSARETTI "There has never been a sunset that was not followed by a dawn. Yearbook Staff 123 Student Council 9,10g Chorus 10g Band 10,11 Biology Club 10g French Club 9, 10: Girls Basketball 12. IEANNE WAGAR "Seas have their source, and so have shallow springs. And love is love in beggars and in kings. Chorus llg Library Club 9,10,l1,l2g Y-Teens 9,105 Yearbook Typing staff 12 SHIRLEY WILSON "Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired. " PA TRIC IA MA RSHA LL "Aim at the sun, and you may not reach ity but your arrow will fly far higher than if aimed at an object on a level with yourself Graduated after llth Grade. SUSAN KA UTZ, "When all the great galactic systems Sigh to a frozen halt in space, Do you think there will be some remnant Of beauty of the human race? Do you think there will be a vestige Or a snifile or a cosmic tear? Do you think a greater thinking thing Will give a damn that man was here?" KATHY ROSS . "For those who love . . . life is eternity.' Library Club 9 MARIAN KING "I'm looking forward, It's better than looking back." A,C,E, 93 Speech Club ll,12g Biology Club lO,1l,l2g Speech Class Play 12. ,llb is 1 N 45 C ORALENE WOOD "lf I love you, what business is it of yours?" DAUNE KEEPER "Three things will last: faith, hope, and loveg and the greatest of these is love." A,C.E, 9. SENIOR PERS ONALI TIES MOST WITTY Dave Moquin , I Ann Fallon 59? MOST LIKELY TO BE MISSED Sue Colangelo, j S Tom Fox MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST FRIENDLY Io Floyd, John Cipperly Diane Erickson, Jim Berney 'gwglihpyg CLA SS ' 'X BULL-THROWER xI ,IE I c Daune Keefer , Mike Jarvis 'wc x MOST STUDIOUS 0, Q Richard Becker Mosfr COURTEOUS MOST T-A-LKATIVE Chris Dehnert' Tina Renaldi Phil Holmes, Robbin Duncan MOST HONEST Paula Morse, Gene Coletti MOST RESPECTED BIGGEST DEBATORS Nancy Pollock, Pete Vellotti Barbara Eckel, Don Heffner ,ff-' 1 ,,,.,-,,.,-'- MOST ATHLETIC Lynn Purtell, Jay Schneider BEST DRESSED Cindy Lee, Russ Hazen MOST SERVICE TO SCHOOL BEST LOOKING Nancy Pollock, John Chestara B01'1l'l-i-C Tate. Jay Schneider BIGGEST GOOF-OFFS Dave Moquin, Ann Fallon MOST CI-IEERFUL B111 Bornt, Diane Erickson ff?- 5 V IS- 3-nf ,l .l w "'?1l MOST SHY MOST INDUSTRIOUS Paula Morse, Tim Kivlin John Cipperly, Barb Eckel MOST GULLIBLE Lynn Purtell, Tony Salvati MOST POPULAR MOST GENEROUS Russ Hazen, Bonnie Tate Bruce Whitford, Marian Clickner BEST ALL ROUND GUY Sue Colangelo, Tom Fox MOST SINCERE Tina Renaldi Gary Johnston MOST CONSCIENTIOUS BEST SCHOLARS Melanie Lynn, Ken Ford John Chestara, Io Floyd MOST MUSICAL Jeff Adams Kim Bissell BIGGEST FLIRT Robbin Duncan Joe SIICO SENIORS 4 PAST Q 5.-5 Eighth PRESENT 1 ' k""L 'Q ' J V, j-QQ" ' K 4 4 Q 0- : ' 'Z .' ::.4u, 155:22 5. A ,-c ifr. -if-T 6 . - ,:s.:r54,.y 7 1 341-ng 514 '. ' , .y.., up . ,vc 7:-"iff" - -5 -0-M - as, ' ., w WM. 1' xszgpft-'g.5Q +L- w ,. .1,,-. 3 , .2fn3- . ,-1111 fe Q 'ga '57' Abi-"c25'LA! 2,2 7 1 ry- ra wf9f,2,1a31122 ai 1' V, 4' , ' ,'i?-aT:47g- Off1cers s I av L ,',,E A 'fr ig lim' 34 W 'ffnfiw N" W g in 71 Tamarac Vs. Coxsackie '72 Picfiife:Td1iing Day '73 Grand Marshals - Grad '72 ' x ,I I -,f,. U' fum, , 7 1'Hfww,,-2 wwe .5 aww JA imnf- I IVY' .ff 4 , ,. -.RQ 1 ll .4 Bio Trip - Wash. D. C. - May '72 Class '72 Tr1p - Montreal Q 1- N. ll WU, l as x 1 , 'll :A J 3 as 78 rx S New York ' Spung '70 Q4?457f+'29' Boston ' prmg 70 4 1 79 Mr. Bohlk - ADV. K. Coonradt - PRES. B, Blackshear - V. PRES. B, Decker - SEC. S, Fitzpatrick - TREAS. ,cr N, was as Bak Va 'Qi ' w lst Row, Seated Left to Right: I, Bowman, M, Belanger, K, Clickner, L, Becker, N. Burhans. 2nd Row, Standing: C. Bennett, P, Buehler, C, Chwalik, B. Blackshear, B, Bourgeois, P, Brundige, N, Bauer. 3rd Row: T. Brown, P, Briggs, B, Clickner, R, Button, R, Benac, B. Bieg, T, Bergin, K, Coonradt, M, Bornt. 106 Naughty Nick 'naws his nails I 'N lst Row, Seated, Left to Right: K. Freckleton, B. Decker, N. Goard. 2nd Row: M. Guinan, C. Corlew, C. Goard, 3rd Row: S. Fitzpatrick, D. Flanagan, C. Freckleton. 4th Row: D. East- wick, D. Dormandy, K. Gliosco. 5th Row: L. Derrick, S, Fred- erickson, B. Gilchrist, 6th Row: P. Daley, I. Duncan, R. Davis, Robert, don't you know that Mr. Fullaytor doesn't allow feet on the desk? 10 lst Row, Seated, Left to Right: S. Labanowski, B. Konieczny, S Kordana. 2nd Row: W. Harris, C. Hunziker, G. Hartley. 3rd Row: I. Hurteau, T. Lovegrove, S. Horning. 4th Row: G. Joy, I. Kennedy, R. Hayward. Sth Row: M. Herald, V. Matala. lst Row, Seated Left to Right: M. Rapp, E. McDermott, D. Page, I, Perrott, M. Mum- blow. 2nd Row, Standing: P. Muller, N. Melson, T. Plumb, P, Pascucci, K. O'Brien, D, McGrady. 3rd Row: W. Riley, S. Plumb, B. Morse, L, Roden, D. Moquin, T, Penman, B. Noble, D, Paige. Young and innocent??? 108 Are they really our Juniors? ff 1st Row, Seated, Left to Right: M. Wagner, P. Whalen, J. Schneider, B. Stevens. 2nd Row, Standing: J, Trzcinski, R. Vogel, R. Waters, K. Smith, S, Sherman, K, Wheeler, N. Welch. 3rd Row: W, Web- ster, M. Schott, J. Stannard, M. Rose, I. Tybush, D. Yaiser. f 3 'Q M 3' fx fikfief x A .FSE "wa-.W Mr. Legasse - Adv. D. P. C. P. Erickson - Pres. Matzen - V. Pres Fuller - Sec. Gallagher - Treas . H- CIE ELER lst Row, Seated, Left to Right: H. Bissell, D. Benac, C. Bulson. 2nd Row: B. Chestara, C. Christensen, C. Baligian. 3rd Row: K. Bell, C. Aldrich, J. Brenenstuhl, 4th Row: J. Bonesteel, B. Carmody, D. Bornt, 5th Row: R. Bryson, C. Brown, B. Baker, 6th Row: R. Berger, T. Carroll, P IA' SH -SPENDIFF lst Row, Seated Left to Right: R. Elliott, S. Deegan, I, Eckel, D, Erickson, I. Crook, M, Eddy. 2nd Row, Standing: V, Durkee, N, Doyle, C, Connor, T, Duncan, R, Connor, C. Cushman. 3rd Row: T, Daley, S, Clickner, S, Cipperly, B, Daley, T, Eycleshyrner, G, Coonradt, I, Curran. 114 lst Row, Seated Left to Right: G. Haber, J, Geene, I. Guthier, S, Garmley, I. Hewitt, R, Fox. 2nd Row: S, Finch, S. Hubbard, C, Howard, K, Heiser, I, Fiore, T, Hummel, C, Fuller. 3rd Row: E, Gummer, G. Herrey, P, Gallagher, P, Holmes, T. Hoodack, B. Flynn, P. Gibson. Excedrin Headache if . . . ?': " ' W'W Nga, .rr K , In JY. K K , , 113 1,9 35' ' M . 111. x lib I ir-1, , l 4 A. fig: 4. WL ":f't1:?,,f4!'Iihif..g1, ' i-rf 1 'djx 'A -vw.. -V t ' , Q53-53. jf" 1"-fm, if '15, 'Al f ,f K a V -., 'f1,'.,i'4fv.,-'V - F- 49 I iff '1"'l,,'.eifa ' V. Q V , ' - ,,.j,!,,.i.a.,. Y A ,ml , V . ---1 .. f Q , Q Q .1 f ' 5 2.2 5 5 1st Row, Seated, Left to Right: L. Leith, P. Matzen, S. Mac- Lean. 2nd Row: B. Loeffler, G. Kneer, R. Masterson. 3rd Row: D. O'Brien, J. Knauer, R. Morse. 4th Row, W. Nealon, R. Kaschak, D. Kaufmann. 5th Row: C. O'Brien, C. Kivlin, M. Kirchner. 6th Row: D. Kreiger, K. McLoughlin, D. Johnston. 7th Row: B. Muller, Pretty Peggy plays her part per fectly. lst Row, Seated Left to Right: P. Smith, I. Prock, P, Quigley, E, Seiler, S.. Rebhun, D, Roeck, D, Pratt. 2nd Row, Standing: E, O'Donne11, F, O'Don- l 1 nell, H, Potter, K, Sloth, B. Pattison, N. O'Brien, W, Roberge, K, Purtell, R, Sandercox. 3rd Row: P. Plumb, B. Sarnacki, M, Rancourt, R, Schott, B. Pickering, S. Rapp, D, Roberts, T. Rivest. lst Row, Seated Left to Right: M. Welch, S. Wilson, M. Wade, K. Wallace, W, Vellotti, W. Wilson. 2nd Row, Standing: L, Weeden, B. Ware, M, 1 1 0 Spiak, D, Tweedie, D, Winters, R, Speanburg. 3rd Row: G. Terk, G. Whitford, W, Tarbox, H, Wagar, M. Tate, B. Thomas, D, Wenzel, W, VanOrman. 91 Mrs. Pratt - ADV. M. MacLean - PRES. J. Pritchard - V. PRES. D. Webster - SEC, M. Clayton - TREAS. O01 - CLA S lst Row, Seated Left to Right: L. Church, D, Beaudoin, A, Clickner, G, Bulson, B. Burton, L. Callander, E, DeMars. 2nd Row, Standing: C. Duncan, R. Centrella, K, Benac, I.. Bieg, M. Casavant, D, Christensen, M. Clayton. 3rd Row: P. Brown, I. Bates, J. Ciraulo, C. Brenen- stuhl, P. Danish, P, Cipperly, M, Beaudoin, M. Beaudoin. 4th Row: D. Adams, C. Belanger I. Bates, S, Briggs, F. Berard, M. Belcher. O01 -DIEHL lst Row, Seated, Left to Right: K. Hewitt, I. Durkee, R. Jones, L. Hartnett. 2nd Row: D. Jorgensen, T, Iwanowicz, T. Fitch, B. Godson. 3rd Row: R. Hayner, I. Dwyer, P. Jones, K. Glios- co. 4th Row: M. Dzembo, D. Hansen, B. Herrey, K. Hansen. 5th Row: J. Hudson, T. Johnston, B. Hartley, J. Goyer. 6th Row: H. Gagnon, S. Hazen, C. Fox, B. Eastwick. 7th Row: R. Jones, R. Duncan, D. Kasmier, R. Jones. Dat's Dennis dozing during da day. Remember bashful Bob and viv cious Valerie in Seventh grade a- ? 103 lst Row, Seated, Left to Right: M. Kordana, J. Melsom, C. Mainello, G. Loucks. 2nd Row: D. Kaufmann, L. Morse, J. Monahan, A. Konieczny. 3rd Row: M. MacLean, C. Maier, K. Looney, M. Caruso. 4th Row: B. Messemer, K. Levanites, B. Scheffer, K. Lewis. 5th Row: B, Lewis, K. Kugler, G. Kaufmann, D. Lloyd. 6th Row: L. Knauer, P. Labanowski, W Kendall, E. Murphy. 7th Row: R. Martel. 104 Y s 'T' . M5 J' .gp 4 "'? Q Rl iii lst Row, Seated Left to Right: R. Seabury, I Sherman, D, Rudebush, D, Remillard, I, O'Neil, D, Roberts. 2nd Row, Standing: N. Patrizio, B, O'Brien, C, Rose, C. Sipel, M. Shaver, K. Smith, S. Saville, I, Pritchard, M. Ross. 3rd Row: H. Rist, W. Paige, B, Schmidt, D. St. Andrew, D, Southard, I. Ridler, P. Phillips, I. Pollock, R, Parker. Tamarac keeps everybody happy. Mary likes it, Kathy doesn't and Dana isn't sure. 4 1 l lst Row, Standmg Left to Rxght V. Trzcinski, R. Wallace, A. Whaley, L. Winters, S. Vadnais D, Wamba, I. Whalen. 2nd Row, Standing: B, Walsh, I. Taylor, E, Toomajian, D, Webster, K, Teal, P. Wagner, M, Wheeler. r I I I I I 1 I b 97,1 ' Y , C , --,, ,gym s-was A12,5,,- ,W-I :Q a,,,e.,f-,,,.v.15A ,f,:.-a. A M-ff . 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Plumb, B. Bieg. J. Hurteau, D Benac, C. Hunziker, M. Schott, W. Vellotti, D. Roeck, N. Burhans, J. Adams, K. Coonradt, W. Harris, B. Gilchrist, W. Heffner, W. Webster, B. Carmody, T. Loucks, M. Bornt, S. Frederickson, R. Schott, B. Flynn, S. Maclean, manager G. Coonradt, Coach Tweedy. TEAM SCORE COHOES 12 - O RENSSELAER 18 O VOORHEESVILLE 6 0 AVERILL PARK 14 O TACONIC HILLS 14 0 COXSACKIE 8 8 CHATHAM 18 8 MAPLE HILL 39 6 A WON LOST TIE PF PA Wilbur sweeps for another gain. '7 0 1 129 22 COACHES CO- CAPTAINS W' iff! W y. 1 ' . 54 S-. S ,Na 0, Ea. :Q Coach Roeck, Coach Tweedy P. Vellotti, S. Empie SE IOR Standing, Left to Right: I. Hardick, W. Bornt, J. Cipperly, R. O'Brien, I. Schneider, A. Tarbox, P. Vel- lotti, T. Fox. Kneeling, Left to Right: B. Whitford, I, Adams, D. Hummel, P. Demarse. Sitting: S. Empie. 12 The Bengals, coming out of last year's slump, went on to an undefeated season and a share of the Southern Conference Crown. Our league-leading defense held the opponents to just 22 points while our offense amassed a total of 129 points. Dave Hummel took the opening kickoff and ran for 85 yards to lead Tamarac to a 12-0 victory over their first oppo- nent, Cohoes. Tough defense on both sides prevented further scoring until the fourth quarter when Chip Belanger went over from the three, and secured the victory. Rensselaer never had a chance as the Tamarac defense led by seniors Jay Schneider, Pete Vellotti, John Cipperly, Rich O'Brien, Pete Demarse, Bruce Whitford and Steve Empie held the Ram offense to -11 yards. Chip Belanger led the offense with two touchdowns and John l-Iardick added the remaining six points. Tamarac 's toughest home game was when they took on Voorheesville in the rain. De- fense dominated the game until late in the fourth quarter. Clutch catches by Jay Schneid er and Scott Frederickson from Mark Wagner started the victory drive. With less than 4 minutes left, Chip Belanger scored, giving Tamarac a hard earned victory and continued the perfect defensive record. A week later, as the rain fell, so did arch rival, Averill Park. A 58 yard run by Chip Belanger set up his first touchdown. Jeff Adams made a 2 point conversion. In the second period Chip scored again, and Tamarac capped the victory. Our strong line allowed no Warrior points. Final score: 14-O, Ta- marac, Tamarac struggled through a scoreless first half, then scored in each of the last two periods handing Taconic Hills a defeat. The Bengal defense held the Titans to just one first down in the second half as John Cipperly led the defense with 8 un- assisted tackles. John Hardick scored both touchdowns, while Jay Schneider added a two point conversion. Another Tamarac win: 14-0. Tamarac, considered to be the underdog, took on defend- ing champions Coxsackie-Athens. Tamarac took the lead on a 2-yard plunge by John Hardick. Jeff Adams grabbed the 2 point conversion. The Indians, however, countered with a bootleg touchdown late in the second period. The second half was scoreless with the powerful defenses battling. Rich O'Brien recovered an important fumble, preventing a possible Indian touchdown. The final score was an 8-8 tie, leaving the South- ern Conference Crown still undecided. The Bengals next victory came against Chatham. Our defense had a good game with Jay Schneider and John Cipperly each with 2 interceptions, boosting Schneider's total to 9 for the year. Scott Frederickson also intercept- ed a Chatham pass, while Rich O'Brien was credited with 8 tackles. Steve Empie rumbled for the third touchdown. Score 18-8. Tamarac seemed a share of the Southern ,sf , Conference Crown with a 39-6 tnumph over Maple Hill. Steve Empie picked off a fumble and ran 96 yards to score a crucial touchdown, while quarterback Mark Wagner connected for 3 touchdowns to Jeff Adams, Rich O'Brien, and Jay Schneider. The defense was strong, led by Bill Bornt with 12 unassisted tackles. Bornt also added a 2 point conversion. John Hardick and Will Harris scored the other 12 points on short runs Our 7- 0-1 season gave us a reputation as a fine team with a tough defense. This year's football season, built on pride and determination, will not be forgotten. 6 VARSITY IN ACTIO A we11-drilled line . . . . . . brings good results. The offense takes a nest as our defense takes over. .V FOOTBALL 1 I lm Q D I Front Row, Left to Right: M. Clayton, T. Hummel, T. Gilchrist, D. O'Brien, D. Bornt, B. Doyle, P. Gal- lagher, K. Teal. Second Row, Left to Right: B. Carmody, D. Roeck, W. Vellotti, S. MacLean, D. Benac, B. Flynn, R. Schott. Back Row, left to Right: C. Fox, P. Wagner, D, Southard, G. Herry, B. Loefrler, S. Hazen, CO- CAPTAINS at B. Carmody, Coach Tweedy, D. Roeck. CORE BOX Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac SCORE 27- O Maple Hill 8- 8 Rensselaer 53- 0 Voorheesville 8-22 Averill Park 36- 0 Taconic Hills 2- 0 Coxsackie 8-12 Chatham Won Lost Tie 4 2 1 7 VAR I TY BASKETBALL Kneeling, L. to R.: K. Ford M Behan I Schneider C Hunziker Standlng L toR S Frederickson, I. Schneider J Berney M Wagner M Bornt S Empie Coach Tweedy Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tarnarac Tamarac Tamarac SCORE BOX vs. Cambridge vs. Lansingburgh vs. Stillwater vs. I-Ioosick Falls vs. Greenwich vs. Salem vs. Schuylerville vs. Hoosic Valley vs. Cambridge vs. Stillwater vs. Hoosick Falls vs. Lansingburgh vs, vs vs Greenwich . Salem . Schuylerville vs . Hoosic Valley Matt Steve SENIORS Jim 35' Co- Captain Ken Co- Captain XX :ima V -4" f wif 'Q 5 '41 IS . WNV' gk Q mx. f, 9 . 'X N X Y- , VARSITY IN ACTION F4Ii'NA'FiAfC"" L ft to Right: B. B1 k h K Heiser, N. Burh J. Ad s B Click BASKETBALL S COREKEEPERS TAN BE: I V BASKETBALL Kneeling, L. to R.: M. Wade, W. Harris, D. Roeck. Standing, L. to R.: B. Carmody, D, Benac, P. Wagner, R. Schott, D. Southard, Coach Delaney, S. MacLean, H. Gagnon, W, Vellotti, B, Fly11n, S. Hazen . TRI- CAPTAINS Left to Right: M. Wade, W. Harris, Coach De- laney, D. Roeck, Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamawc Tamarac Tamamc Tamarac Tarnarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamarac Tamamc Tamarac GAME RESULTS Cambridge Lansingburgh Stillwater Hoosick Falls Greenwich Salem Schuylerville Hoosic Valley Cambridge Stillwater Hoosick Falls Lansingburgh Greenwich Salem Schuylerville Hoosic Valley 44-42 52-68 52-74 35-25 69-68 69-34 51-60 38-53 44-35 53-48 35-36 49-61 43-65 57-51 43-54 64-76 FRESHMEN BASKETBALL Front Row, L, to R.: P. Wagner, H. Gagnon, Coach Delaney, D. Southard, S. Hazen. Second Row L. to R.: W. Kendall, C. Fox, M. Wheeler, GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row, L. to R.: H. Bis- sell, S. Kordana, K. Heiser, S. Plumb, E. Seiler. Second Row, L. to R.: C. Winters, J. Bowman, D. Eastwick, B. Blackshear, B. Konieczny. SENIOR I Miss Murphy, Coach 4' ' P Cecilia GIRLS I V BASKETBALL Front Row, L, to R.: I. Dwy- er, R. Jones, B. Stewart, J. O'Nei1. Second Row, L. to R.: J. Bieg, S. Vadnais, C. O'Brien, P. Labanowski, C. Connor VARSITY CHEERLEADERS I . vw auf, l A 'dd X ' f Uiix I1 km - :.q:1w M ,X ..gf121?7isEig A. 1. rrfmsrff . Captain Lynn Purte11 Mrs. Tweedy, Advlsor Co-Captain Sue Colangelo First Row, L. to R.: K. Smith, B. Decker, D. Dor- mandy. Second Row, L. to R.: I. Floyd, L. Purtell, B Konieczny, B. Tate, K. Gliosco, S. Colangelo, P. Whalen. ,M,0 x, Z! H Q fN L J Bo U1 R ff' ' X x xx 45 1 I t ,X O .fo oo' . 1 I 9 , ' U 0 o 9 5 9, 0 U , 5 - .M SENIORS Sue 1 X1 Lynn I Vi CHEERLEADERS E I Vi CO-CAPTAINS First Row, L. to R.: K. Gli osco, C. Baligian, H. Bis- sell, S. Cipperly. Second Row, L. to R.: K. Looney, J. Nelson, D. Erickson, D. Adams. Third Row, L. to R.: J. Eckel, K. Purtell. S. Cipperly, Captaing Mrs. Tweedy, Advisor: K. Purtell, Co-Captain. CAMPERS Bottom Row, L. to R.: B. Decker, D. Dormandy, S. Cipperly, K. Gliosco, B. Konieczny. Middle Row, L. to R.: K. Smith, K. Gliosco, L. Purtell, K. Pur- tell. Top Row, L. to R.: I. Floyd, J. Eckel, P. Whalen, I TRAM RALS C0-ED VOLLEYBALL First Row, L. to R.: K. Freckleton, T. Bergin, D. Erickson, I. Cipperly, J, Trzcinski, J. Hardick, K. Clickner, Mrs, Joyce. Second Row, L. to R.: D. Johnston, S. Clickner, B, Clickner, C. O'Brien, D. Page. Third Row, L. to R.: G. Coonradt, K. Kugler, R. Elliott, L. Derrick, 49 Q1 BASKETBALL First Row, L. to R.: I. Hardick, P. Sauter, T. Fox, J. Cipperly, Mr. Tweedy, T. Lovegrove, R. Hay- ward, D. Page. Second Row, L. to R.: B. Moody, R. Waters, C. Christensen, J. Adams, D. Moquin, B. Bornt, W. Fletcher, B. Gilchrist, T. Penman, L. Derrick. Third Row, L. to R.: B. Doyle, T. Gil- christ, P. Gallagher, I. Haber, K, Kugler, B. Ware, P. Cipperly, R. Elliott, J, Pritchard, M. Dzernbo. Fourth Row, L. to R.: B, Benac, B. Bieg, J. Hurteau, J. Farina, B. Clickner, T. Bergin. A A A TENNIS First Row, L. to R.: R. Elliott, T. Penman, G. Coletti, K. Ford. Second Row, L, to R.: I. Berney, G. Hartley, M. Wade. 7 WRE T LING First Row, L. to R.: R. Sandercox, L, Roden, W. Webster, J. Sirco, D. Hummel, B. Whitford, G. Coletti G. Hartley, B. loeffler, P. Smith, B. Hartley, D. Lloyd. Second Row, L. to R.: M. Clayton, D. Bornt, E. Toornajian, J. Curran, J. Tybush, N. Burhans, P. Briggs, B. Sarnacki,,T. Carroll, R. Bryson, T. John- ston, Coach Struss. x s.. ..a -it x elle . 'S K x SENI ORS Gene Co-Captain D B ruce Co-Captain WRESTLING S COREKEEPERS Left to Right: K H D Flanagan. K BA EBALL - PRING 1972 Sitting, L. to R.: Coach Gilbert, I. Hardick. T. Fox ,ZZ J, Sirco, J. Schneider, G, Coletti, M. Behan. Stand- ing, L, to R.: N. Burhans, C. Hunziker, C. Belanger, B. Carmody, J. Schneider, B. Howard. x I 4 i J i K 6 R L I k I 1 7 , V I, 2 Q 1 Q 1 I R 1 l 4 W 3 ! V I N 1 . E Z Q 1 V a F l V 8 3 V 1 b i P R ! ,, l 1 X 1 ? . 1 141 L f V x Florence Gabauer Mr. and Mrs. Adam Golinski Jerry Haber Mr. and Mrs. John Hardick Weird Harold Elizabel'h'M. Haskins Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Hayford Paul J. Healey Mr. and Mrs. Vicfor Heffner Mr. and Mrs. Sfanley Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hummel Jill and Cindy Mr. and Mrs. Alberf Johnsfon Cheryl Johnslon Ka1'hy and Jill Kelly Charles A. Kiefer L+. Col. and Mrs. John P. Kirchner Mrs. Frank Lockwood Richard and Marilyn Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Donald McChesney Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moody Nicholas S. Moreno Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morse Rila Morse Mr. and Mrs. Alex G. Murphy Ca+hy O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborne Dr. and Mrs. P. A. Pas'sareHi Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Pa+rizio Nicole Palrizio Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Peer Philip +he Greal' Pine Grove Reslauranl THE CLASS OF I976 ex+ends i+s Congra+ula+ions and Bes+ Wishes 'ro THE CLASS OF I973 ' Congra+ula+ions +o 'rhe SENIOR CLASS from +he SOPHOMORE CLASS THE JUNIOR CLASS ex+ends Hs Bes'r Wishes 'ro 'rhe GRADUATES OF I973 I I Since' 7880 O V d YOUR AWARD WINNING siumo 3214? sam an Inferior View of fhe New Lloyd Sfudio Recepfion Room Now in our 93rd year serving +l1e area wirh +l1e finesf of por+rai+ure, group and commercial pl1o+ography. To provide our cus+omers wi+h fhe 'Fines+ crea+ive s+udio in +l1e norfheasf, we have recen+ly moved +o our presen+ loca+ion . . . Eagle and Fif+een+h, Troy, New York. Come in and find how my+hs of beau+y become reali+y. PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE I973 TRIUMPH Eagle and Fifl'een+l1 l5I8l 272-5902 Troy, New York Befh will never know . . . Nixon or McGovern? Class Rings-Gradualion Announcemenls Name Cards and Accessories-Caps and Gowns Taylor-made Yearbooks BALFOUR-TAYLOR Represenfecl by Bob Gray - Jim Gercling - Bob Macfadclen P. O. BQX 2509 SCHENECTADY. N. Y. I2309 GINSBURG'S MARKET SALES 81 SERVICE Harley-Davidson MOTORCYCLES SNOWMOBILES CompIimen'rs of TROY CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION 47-49 0 0 Grand S+reeI' T N Y k 2 2 C pI I of A FRIEND BLACK 81 WHITE CAB SYSTEM 272-696I H. Paul Schneider 350 River SI'ree+ Troy. New York Congra+uIa+ions Class of '73 C. W. WHALEN 8: SONS, INC. 3 Fron+ S+. Troy, N. Y. I2l80 LETTERPRESS PRINTING WEDDING INVITATIONS RUBBER STAMPS 7. ' KENNETH W. BONESTEEL QUALITY PRINTING SERVICE 279 9 6 amy' 2 TROY. o Bach. Beefhoven. or Brahms? Besl' Wishes To The Class of I973 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOC. OF TROY 43 Four+l1 Sireei, Troy, New York Congra+ulaI'ions +o Ihe Class of I973 Friction Materials Division Green Islancl, New York "Brake Lining Headquariers of I'he World" C I 3 from Complimenfs of Pl-UMB'S RIFENBURG OPTGMETRISTS CQNSTRUCTIQNI AND INC. RD N 3B if-'290 Since l857 T NY 152 dS+ + 27 326 T y, NY Are we ahead of schedule??? KNOX AND MEAD CO. Insurance l3F S T NY Phone AR 3-2410 Purcell's Garage GENERAL REPAIRING IAuthorized Gravely Dealerl Body 84 Fender Work Automatic Transmission 720 Hoosick Road Troy, New York ROSELYN'S BEAUTY SHOP Box 205 R.D. 413 Troy, New York Evenings by appointment only Open Sat. 9-5 279-3774 Compliments of CAPITOL TRACTOR CO. "CHUCK IVIEESON" Your Agent for New York Life Insurance Now is the time to start a Career Savings Plan 9 Walter Road, Eagle IVIiIIs, N.Y. PHONES: 279-9502 or 489-4786 Best Wishes to the Class ot '73 WRIGHT'S CONSTRUCTION CO. Eagle Mills, N.Y. 279-9 I 78 Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Graduates ot the Class of '73 From LIFETIME PLASTICS THE BRUNSWICK REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE AND BRUNSWICK REPUBLICAN CLUB CongraI'uIa'res The Class of I973 Phone 279-9I90 Wholesale and Re'I'aiI Cemenl' Garden Ornamen+s Religious S'Ia+ues, Founlains, Bird Bafhs, Gifl' Shop O+her Seleclions To Choose From Submersible Pumps TOM PACI NI gf I ,Arr, 4 Rou+e 7, 4 Miles Eas+ of Troy Box 43 - R.D. I Troy-Hoosiclr Road Troy, New Yorlc THE ARROW COMPANY A division of CIue++, Peabody 8a Co., Inc Bes+ Wishes 433 River S+ree+, Troy, N.Y. I2I80 Cropseyville, N.Y. 5'8f274'4000 279-3045 McCABE'S SALES 81 SERVICE SKI-WHIZ SNOWMOBILES "' SNOW BLOWERS FULL LINE OF SNOWMOBILE CLOTHING SEED 81 FERTILIZER "' 5 81 I0 SPEED BICYCLES MASSEY FERGUSON "' GENERAL ELECTRIC LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT REMINGTON CHAIN SAWS 666 Hoosiclc Rd., Troy, N.Y. 274-7842 TROY OFFICE MACHINES INC 7 FIrs+ SI'ree+ Troy, New York I2l80 Dick Har+Iey Bes+ Wishes 'ro Class of I973 NICOLL 81 MacCHESNEY, INC. YOUR lldlpllhlll lluurant: IAGENT 'lllvll 'QU gil' Insurance I Firs+ S+ree+ Troy, New York I2l80 Edward D. NIcoII, Presideni' N. Boswor+h MacChesney, V. Pres. 272-6I20 Even Mrs. Ecker parficipafes in Speech Class. Congra'ruIa+ions 'ro I'he Class of '73 Wa'rervIieI' Pharmacy Mar+in A. Toomaiian and Wm. E. MaH'ocks . aslings Url eutmg 769 PAWLING AVENUE Troy, N. Y. 12180 xspeciafisfs liili- i Telephone 283-5811 -We ROCKQZAGES qw MEMORIALS WM H. YOUNG, JR., INC. Aulhorized Dealer Phone: 272-4080 JOSEPH P. MANGIONE INC. Locksmilhs since I885 Door Closer Sales 8: Service - Yale Producls WM. J. JOHNSTON '83 Fowl S"'fgI'8g'oY' New Yo'I' Presidenl Tel.: ASI1Iey 4-485l FLODENT PHARMACY V F W DIV. ' ' ' POST 83I JONCAS ENTERPRISES LTD. 536 Pawling Ave., Troy, N.Y. Towrllzisgirxwick Phone 274-467I Wha+'s 'ff NLM U-Haul Ren+als Specialisi' in Tune-ups McCABE'S SHELL SERVICE 670 Hoosick Road Troy, New York JACK MCCABE, Prop. Phone 274-7842 ' 7 Congrafulahons from 7777 ,'7.v f iiiief if EVEE '77E'7o'EoI E' 7' - lool' 1 .oo7o k 4 ug '-', fp TROY BELTING at SUPPLY CQMPANY X wwf Serving Indusfry Over IOO Years Indusfrial Supplies Elec+ric Mo+or Repair 8: Rewinding Cohoes Rd. a+ Elm S+ree+ Wa+ervl,e+' N.Y. 52189 Phone 5l8f279-4920 F. Now serving 2 locaiions Excava+ing-Con+rac+or I Fill - Top Soil - Gravel - Sand S Bulldozing and Shovel Work 3, Troy, New York I6 NOI"l'l1erI"l Dr. 235-5200 Phone 283-4700 8l4 Hoosicl: Rd. 279-I255 Complimen+s of Howe BROTHERS, INC. P.o. Box 244 Troy, New York Troian Hardware Co. Besi Wishes Plumbing - Heaiing - Elec+rical Con+racl'ors Hardware - Appliances Congress 8: Four+h Sfreefs Troy, New York Congral'ula+ions +o +l1e Class of I973 Complimen+s of Roberl' Pollock To 1'l1e Triumph 'l4' I Q K' ' .sr if . "PERFEcTo" E 5 i AUTO BODY e. LAWRENCE KRONAU Seniors? S pf b PIZZA Q HOT TORPEDOS - Mea+ball or u 3 Sausage GIANT SUBMARINES PIZZERIA Pick-up - Delivery - Table Service 782 Pawling Ave. Troy, N.Y. - lAlbial 283-4748 w' 60 CongraI'uIa+ions I'o 'I'I1e CLASS OF I973 CompIimen'rs of EAST SIDE HARDWARE 'ro 'rhe TRIUMPH OTTO'S AT THE CIRCLE Live EnI'er+ainmen+ For Nigh+ Owls Our Res+auran+ is Open for Service Friday 8: Sa+urday +iII 5 A.M. 24 Hour Heavy Phone 279-9970 Towing NiI'e 279-3830 DICK QUINN AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR Cus+om Coachwork - Cus+om Refinishing Box 77, R.D. ii I, Troy, N.Y. Rou+e 7, Troy-Benning+on Road CompIimen+s of LATHAM COLCNIE INC. Shark Agency 8 STANLEY CIRCLE, LATHAM, NEW YORK HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE Pro+ec+ I+ wi+I1 Good Insurance REALTY , W -f' 'rf--.., , . - 0 S AShl9y 2 45 0 L sm APP S G 2a4 mvsn s'rnEET. 'rRoY. New Yomc SURA C V or '1A'f ' ..,,,, ., :':':" For a Gift ot Beauty ., Send Flowers 4 Q 9 J r 5. 1 A 9 Q Q, X ., Q xxx XJ flkji , Qt 11 ' , Aft 3 ' J X ::1X42 e 1 J Jil' ff t .- ,G 1 if 1 JZII wont:-HNGTON Fi.omsT i 125 West Sand Lake Road Troy, N.Y. In. f S, ttf In n 'ml QoBvQP1Gd SYCAWAY BODY 8L FENDER WORKS Richard L. Ossenfort, Prop. 693 Hoosick Road, Troy, N.Y. Office: 273-8131 Res: 279-3594 Congratulations to the Class ot '73 Compliments ot Harry O. Lee 5g .,onrn,g eoons '1 s. Tigar's Sporting Goods, Inc. AS 4 4241 TROY, NEW YDRK 'IZIED ROI'eIIi Bros. 68I Hoosick Rd. Brunswick, N. Y. N E R R M S GROCERIES - VEGETABLES Fresh Cui' Mea+s Home-Made H'aIian Sausage LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES POTATOES - REGISTERED HOLSTEINS Flowers , . Shrubbery ILOcated ln POestenklIII and Ve9e+ab'e PIWS R.D. 5 BOX 108 Robert wagner WE NOW HAVE: TROY, NEW YORK 12180 283-4513 P. C. PAINTS ROOF COATING DRIVEWAY SEALER Cijuffzls gg 0019 QM. SERVICE - CONSTRUCTION - SUPPLIES 409 RIVER STREET TROY, NEW YORK TELEPHONE I5I8I 274-5900 URTIS PAINTS 4o9 RIVER STREET TROY, NEW YORK TELEPHONE I5I8I 274-5900 For Reservations Call 235-4148 I-IILLTOP BOWL 24 LANES 40 Hansen Road SpC1g1Ct0W11, N. Y. B 8 G CENTER 985 Hoosick Rd. 279-3561 OORADIAN'S "Friendly Service You Can Trust" Complete Home Furnishers Ginsburg's 366 River Street - Troy 272-1081 CLEANERS and TAM-ORS 113 Remsen Street - Cohoes 237-5542 349 COUQVBSS SWEET 227 19th sneer - Wutervliet 273-4521 Tfovf New York Est. 1911 274-7291 BUSINESS TELEPHONES DESIGNERSH FABRICATORS ASH LEY 4-2650-4-2651 BOI LE RS-TANKS-STACKS-REPAI RS ' IOILER 'ills Ill. 2800 SEVENTH AVENUE. TROY. N. Y., XGA EX ',1FQUC1lA1-ff-L't1ff1 f R0 'I 1'1'1f 'rffll TAMARAC STUDENT COUNCIL CHERRIE BENNETT - Sec. JOHN CIPPERLY - Treas JOHN CHESTARA - Pres SANDY KORDANA - V P Complimenls of Albin Park, Inc. Builders of Tamarac View Homes THE CANDLELIGHT INN Iformerly Roc LoungeI 685 Hoosick Rd., Troy, N. Y. 272-7473 To Class of .73 I+.-Amer. Lunch-Dinner En+er+ainmen+ Fri.-Sa+. Closed Mon. Congra+uIa+ions +o 'rhe Class of I973 BLANCHARD INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES, INC. SpeciaIisI's in Abrasives and CuI"I'ing Tools Troy, N. Y. Wagar's Marke+ Marsh Wagar Choice Mea+s Tel. - 279-3276 Eagle Mills Congralulalions +o I'he Class of I973 HeraId's Used Cars and Paris Cooksboro Road 2 Troy, New York Phone 663-8302 DZEMBO'S DAIRY MILK 81 DAIRY PRODUCTS For DeIivery Call 283-5486 or 785-5223 R.D. P53 Box I48A Troy, N. Y. I2I80 Good Luck +o 'rhe Class of I973 PAT'S SUPER I8I SpeigIe'rown Rd. No. Troy, N. Y. Look no CIIOCOIBTB mess. LUIGI'S RESTAURANT 23I I Second Ave. WaI'ervIie+, N. Y. Vic Heffner - Gene DiNuzzo ProprieI'ors HANNAN'S PHARMACY I4O Main Avenue Wynan+sIciII, N. Y. I2I98 PETE TREMBLY'S SERVICE STATION OBIL M Hoosick and h S s. Troy, N. Y.III2II80+ PRODUCTS Phone 272-9789 DEALER WARREN FANE Bulldozing - Dilching Sand - Gravel and Fill BEdford 5-0673 60 Leversee Road BEd'Ford 5-553I Troy, N. Y. I2I82 CompIimen+s of ROXY CLEANERS 585 Hoosick Road Raymer'rown Grocery On RouI'e 7 Nex+ +o Tomhannock Res. FISHING SUPPLIES - GROCERIES Phone: 663-9996 JOHN AND PAT DUNCAN - Prop. ALPINE FORD TRACTOR 81 EQUIP., INC. Brunswick Rd. ExI'. R.D. 433 Box 20OF I5I8I 279-3477 Troy, N. Y. I2I80 ...ro me GRA DS Complimenls of R.P.I. STUDENT UNION BOOKSTORE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I973 FROM SENIOR CHORUS Aggrega+e - Trucking - Topsoil - Gravel Sand Phone 279-3 I 74 Fill - Snowplowing - Backhoeing -- Bulldozlng ' ci-:ET QUINN :Nc JOHN'S MOWER EXQAVATIQN AND ENGINE REPAIR Wafer and Sewer Lines Box 78' R.D. I Located on Sepfic Tanks and Dry Wells Troy, New York I2I80 Haynersville FIa+s R D 2 Box '83-L Troy, New York I2I8I 235 0490 TOM GRANT - RAYMERTOWN GARAGE 24 Hour Towing - Greeves and Dalesman Motorcycles Box I32, R.D. iii Troy, N. Y. I2I80 EDWARD DANDENEAU'S "CO UNTRY STORE" "SERVES ALL YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS" Pi'I'+s+own, N. Y. 663 8389 Complimenis of FRED EDELMAN Scorpion Snowmobiles 553-5573 SALES AND SERVICE Pi'H'sI'own N Y Best Wishes +o the Class of I973 Compliments of GUY'S 81 DOLLS HAIR SPIAK'S GARAGE State Inspection Station H I Gas-Grease-Oil-Accessories Work Guaranteed I50 Speigletown Road 237-6075 Keep Your Car in Shape Hair styling for men and women BR 9-3427 3 S+YIiS+S Near Brick Church MR. NED PAUL SOCCIO Owner-S+yIis+ Center Brunswick Congra+ula'rions +0 flue Class of '73 X U,"'t, ,.,-L,,'Q,Q E Wlgdffwfl SURAHCE AGENCY LDHAN ASSOClATES.lnc R EAL ESTATE L LEROY C. WILDMAN GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '73 FROM Ta marac F.T.A. F L Bes+ Wishes To The Class of I973 From fhe TAMARAC YORKERS 5 -1 , , ,Q- ig I C ' , , l 1 Z V ff K, I iusf cleaned my rug, and can'+ do a +hing wi'H1 H' O The Outzng Shop R. D. 1, Box 102, TIOY, New York 12180 PITTSWICK HOUSE On Route 7, Troy Bennington Road iTurco Paintsi George W. Jacques 3rd. :il Phone 279-9020 GIFTS,AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES C ,A Raymertown, New York - C I A ' 55, Y Eleenor Cook, Proprietor 663-5033 Q. 1: Q Q A NB1'other John R+. 7 Pi1"I's1'own, N. Y. I f Q get Sar A P3 35 ea 7s Tavernw 4 'x QLBAMY R I The OUTING SHOP ex+ends sincere 0 . congraiulafions and bes+ wishes 'For +he Ed'-'cahon 'S 5 IfeY +0 Success -' fu+ure +o 'I'he graduaiing Class o'F I973 69+ a L'HIe More' fiflf X .7 . ll , novo A ' ,, ,,, gg,A nuns lUllT IV 6 WAY MAN U FACTU RI NG GARDEN INC. 29-l02nd S+ree+, Troy, New York I2l82 5l8-235-60I0 172 CO CUSHMAN EXCAVATING GRAVEL - FILL - TOP SOIL - CRUSHED STONE - SHALE BULLDOZING - TRENCHING - LAND CLEARING - TRUCKING R,D, :Ii I Box I56B Troy, N. Y. 663-5OI I SU Co.mpIimenI's of FLOORS AND FABRICS DEI-U REY SALES AND GREAVES AND RYAN 274 Main Ave. Wynan+sIciII, N. Y. CARPE-I-S -I-ILE "Your Local In+erna'IionaI Truck Dealer" EILLCESLEUM NorI'I1 Hoosick, New York I2I33 VENETIAN BLINDS Phone: 753'65I I BILL 8: ESTHER SWEET LIC. REAL ESTATE sAL.EsMEN CompIimen+s of t Ihe il-l STROUT REALTY BENNINGTON GARAGE "'m"'mm' R.D. 1. BOX 53-A, HOOSICK RD.. BRUNSWICK. N.Y. TROY. NEW YORK 12180 ' 15183 279-9416 BROWNELL LANDSCAPING Planning - PIanI'ing Pruning - Spraying R.D. I 5I8-686-7839 Hoosick Falls, New York A GEO. H. COLE SUPPLY CO. SINCE 1888 Wholesale Distributors of Pipes - Valves - Fittings Plumbing Fixtures for Schools - lndustry - Hospitals - l-lomes Heating Equipment Oil- Gas - Electric O Office and Showroom HOOSICK STREET and FIFTH AVENUE Troy, New York CLOTHIERS CUSTOM TAILORS DISTINCTIVE LADIES WEAR FORMAL WEAR RENTALS AND SALES RODI N O'S 348 Congress S+ree1' Troy, N. Y. 274-I I5l BETTER SERVICE f . E MILLER'S SU PERMARKET Wes+ Sand Lake HOWIE'S JEWELERS Bes+ Wishes Lusco N6.'ZhS?fS'QdN".2I.e?'Z,'ik PAPER COMPANY Phone 237-7729 Troy' N. Y. FOX'S CARD SHOP 565 Congress S'rree+ Troy, New York 274-3940 CENTURY HOUSE Albany - Sarafoga Rd. Cohoes, N. Y. 785-0834 The Besl' EAGLE MILLS VFD W IW CIARENCE FRECKlETON'S TEXACU SERVICE Phone: 279-3435 Nighls 3. Holidays 279-9154 MODERN SERVICE FOR MODERN CARS BEAR DYNAMOMETER TEST DRIVE TUNE-UP AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT 601 Brunswick Road Eagle Mills Troy. New York TROY AREA Comp,ime,,.S of NEW CAR FRANCHISED ' DEALERS, INC. GEENES PLUMBING N P.O. Box 924 - Troy, . Y. AN D H EATI NG W. H. Bumsfead, Inc. Cooley Volkswagen Corp - Dunning Buick Ken Goewey Dodge, Inc RD' I C'oPSeY"'lle Hedley cadillac - oldsmobne 279-92 I4 H. E. Hull 8: Sons Hickey Ford, Inc Knowles Pon+iac, Inc. Laiham Mo'I'ors, Inc Nemi'H1 Mo+or Corp. Whifbeck Mo+ors, Inc Can I buy you some candy? Now may I have 'H1e keys +o your car7 J I go to 2 .il Tedls Fish Fry Complimenfs of WHEN IN THE E at Munn FDR ' 3 L tl NANCY'S FINE FUDD 003 'Ons FRIEND ap!-!l. 447 3rd Ave. Watervliet 350 2nd Ave. North Troy 700 Hoosick Rd. Sycaway LITTLE TOT NURSERY SCHOOL Professionally Orien+ed Pre-School Experiences f Ih or e Three-ancl-Four Year Old ExceIIen+ Indoor and Oulcloor Facililies Small Classes 9-I I:3O A.M. Sept-June 23 Black Cherry Lane MRS BETTY PETRONIS, B.S., M.S. Troy, New York 279 9265 Teacher-Direclor 3 l'IOLlI' Legggn by Classroom Appoln+men+ Inslruchon B 84 B DRIVING SCHOOL BOB PETRONIS - Proprielor 23 Black Cherry Lane 279 9265 Off Roule I42 Troy New York Scholarship BEST WISHES, CLASS OF '73 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY S 'Q 5 : -E I 1 f 5 W S SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY Leadership PETERSEN'S POWER EQUIPMENT R+e. 22, Norfh Hoosick Road Hoosick Falls, New York 5 I 8-686-5955 ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILES YAMAHA Mo+orcycles and Snowmobiles "You'II Find If Handy - To Park, Shop 8m Save Af Andy's" Telephone 1-518-273-7253 270-2-4 RIVER ST. TROY, N. Y. 12180 Beer and Soda a+ Discounl Prices BEVERAGE MART 79 Main Ave., Wynan+skill 283-4241 CONGRATULATIONS 'ro 'rhe CLASS of l973 Complimen+s of Lwmmffzv U TAMARAC PLAZA R+e. 2 CROPSEYVILLE 279 9958 TACONIC KIWANIS CLUB MAJOR EMPHASIS PROJECT l972-73 CLUMS CORNERS' SCHOOLHOUSE Coopera+ing Wi+h TAMARAC YORKERS Michael J. Caruso ALLSTATE INSURANCE coMPANY Aulo - Homeowners - Business Mutual Funds Life and Heal+h Insurance Phone 279-3766 "Any Time! . . .Any Where! Any Weatherl" "-'JSF' ,H L E N B A U E R A f l all at sun-nm Wy Gas 8: Oil Co., lnc. V S SKIS 4 Sewing the ,Aggeetatgol Over a Half KI-DIIDS f if f,l it SKIPLQQUS "PROPANE FOR EVERY PURPOSE ,415 'E I bgiyggcgggs E all Fuel Oil-Gasoline I' - Y 4' ' kim . E Ji X P F., 7 LP GAS 1 1 H, rfs jhi if BOTTLED at BU LK R - We have our own Bulk Storage Plant OUTE 150 WEST SAND LAKE, Nl EMERGENCY SERVICE 24 Hour Phone 283-6666 FEAT ITU 83I Hoosick A 3 SS QQ S1S!S A JOHN F. POLAND FUNERAL HCJME Cropseyville New York I 2052 279-9763 VERDILE'S RESTAURANT The migh+y Tamarac Bengals score six more. Complimems ' Compliments of of ANDREWS BRQSN Fine Food8eCocktaiI Excavding 665 Brunswick Road 235-MZ' Troy, New York Steven and Andrew Triantafillou DEMCCRATIC COMMITTEE of BRUNSWICK ROMEO J. NAPLES Chairman Complimen'I's of PETER N. MATZEN CONSTRUCTION CORP. Raymer+own, N.Y. JERRY HAR-l-'S Complimen+s of HOOSICK STREET SUNOCO Cor. of Hoosick 84 Sycavvay Ave. Box l54 Tamarac Rd. Troy, New York 12180 R.D. ilfl Troy, New York Phone 273-9832 Congralulalions +o The Class of I973 BESTWISHES FROM BRITISH MOTORCYCLE WULTEX CLOTHES SA'-E5 Congress S+., Troy Trlumphnl-londa RD I Hoosiclc Falls, New York Rou+e 7, Troy-Benninglon Road Phone: 686-7663 HIMES-MINER FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS MINER ROBERT E. MINER - Direc'rors - l60 Pawling Ave. TYOY. N-Y rm -sig, Enifixfgg -of DoN's Musiil:kli.DirF1lsi'licIi3lf1ENTs l LIQUGR STORE rom 73 Fo h 5+ a aroun 1'l1e world. xx ro N ff 54311 ' 5 2 Brunswick Road N WV ' l f l V e ave man lk Banyiliisuxiicssmzlisk 'jf domesllij: alilwl foreig: wines KN My f 5 un . ' II Cl Y T y, N. Y. W Nav' V, E gl i a e Mills, New York Ano+l1er Bio Club work day. Tom - greasin' along. Luncheons Tues. +i1ru Fri. I2 Noon 'ro 2 P.M. Dinner Served Tues. fhru Sat 5-l0:30 P.M. Sunday Dinners 2-8 P.M. 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Troy, New York RUPP CHAPARRAL Snowmobiles and Bikes Sales and Service BUBIES SERVICE John Ricci- Prop. 272-6270 STATIONS "Flowers for AII Occasions" General Repairs-Transmission Work Poesfenkill, N.Y. 283-57I I 7-UP BOTTLING COMPANY Division of Complimen+s of F'Tif55fl2E'l'f?fIQERS l.lTTLEFlELD's GARAGE Poesfenkill, N.Y. , ELECTRIC MOTOR . REPAIR SERVICE Bes+ Wishes and Good Luck AIAA BM,,,gw., ,Ron N.Y. +0 Ihe nscmc . gf ggigf Morgns jf xi, " A," an Seniors of I973 , EII:IaI.'I'c f EEEEEHI-APEEQI ' Rgmaio ' I'0I'TI ' New 8 Used Motors REWOUND laugh! A Sold CAI! Types 8- Sizesl RI G COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL - RESIDENTIAL P T I ' V ' M' 0'I B C uIlIo::u'u':lImp PuInp W Y P p Washer B Dryer Mofors ' C pl Home Electric Motor Repair 272-661 8 Fast Service - Reasonable Rates pf IKM! ,1 .og Tamarac men on 'Ihe move. I WOULD LIKE Barb and Gail for their work on the Faculty Section, Marian, Sue, and Ken for their devotion to the Senior Section, Gene, Lynn, and Chris of the Underclass Section, Sue and Jo for work on the Clubs and Activities Section, John, Diane, and Jeff for all their arguing which put the Athletic Section together, N g T 0 THANK Don, Barb, and Paul for putting the Ad Section together and taking care of our finances, Russ, Chip, and Mr. Fritz for the cover, divider pages and suggestions with art, vll!.Jr"..9""":" Mr. Backhaus for all the long hours he put into taking candids and color pictures, proofing, and , v ---,, Mr . Lloyd for his long days spent here taking the yearbook pictures, and Mr. Gray of Taylor Yearbooks for his expert guidance. Bonnie, Melanie, Marian, Cindy, Sue, and Lynn Edit0f"In'Chief for their typing , Uma? L1 sw. gf. . ' 113 2 'L J' X . x T ,gqwvzi :vw x ' 'Y Q-4 f. rg -,,- , qt, Q Q . 'sz . 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