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ViCTORY — Michael Jackson and his brothers performed 55 concerts on their massive " Victory Tour " throughout the U.S. There had been initial controversy over high ticket prices. ' ' T ' -Oi 3JM r -oto credit: AP WIDE WORLD PHOTOS CURRIENT IE n: 4TS 1! P o 8 ' Of J X k 8 l -, OUPE ' 3) SOVIET FUNERAL — Soviet leader Yuri Andropov died on Feb. 9 and Konstantin Chernenko succeeded him. OLYMPICS, YUGOSLAV STYLE — At the winter Olympics in Sarajevo, the U.S. netted four gold and four silver medals. Scott Hamilton w on the men ' s figure skating and Steve Mahre won the Giant Slalom. NOT SO TRIVIAL — Trivial Pursuit was the game of the year. Students at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, even built a giant board for a trivia contest. WHO YA GONNA CALL? — " Ghostbusters " , a comedy horror movie starring Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis, was the highest grossing movie of 1984, earning over $200 million by year end. ELECTION ' 84 — Presidential candidates Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale took part in two televised debates. The debates were close; the I election wasn ' t. Reagan f was reelected by a wide 3 margin. ft VJL- ■ FAMINE IN ETHIOPIA — • Millions suffered in northern Africa from a famine caused ; by several years of drought. , Belatedly aware of the ' tragedy, leading nations • rushed food and money to,v i the scene. C:URRI: MIDDLE AND LOWER SCHOOLS NORTH CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION ROBERT JOHNSTON PETER WAILNER HEADMASTER B.A., Alegheny FANNY CRACKNELL HEAD OF MIDDLE SCHOOL B.A.. Waynesburg M.A. 6 Ph.D.. Penn State HEAD OF LOWER SCHOOL A.B., Barnard M.Ed.. Antioch VIRGIL METZLER MICHAEL STOLEE JOHN STEPHENS FIRST SEMESTER ASSOCIATE HEADMASTER BUSINESS MANAGER ACTING ASSOCIATE HEADMASTER BUSINESS MANAGER DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS B.A.. Amherst MAT.. Harvard MARIE HART DICK WILKE MATSY ELLS C ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST B.S. 6 M.S.. U. of Wis. ASSISTANT ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR GINGER ABRAHAM STEPHANIE ACKERMAN JEFE APER FIRST GRADE B.S.. Maryland M.S.. John Hopkins JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S., U. WIs.-Mllw. M.A., Cardinal Stritch SCIENCE 6 6 GEOGRAPHY 7 B.A.. Blackburn M.A.. Sangamon Slate ARMAND BETANCOURT BETTY BLANK JUDY BLOCH o ] SPANISH 5-8 B.A.. Central U. Iowa JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S.. U. Colorado M.A.. Cardinal Stritch LANGUAGE CENTER - LOWER SCHOOL B.S.. U. III. M.S., U. Wis. Milw. JAN BRINKMAN BONNIE BROWN BILL BROWN FIFTH GRADE B.S., Bob Jones M.S.. U. Wis.-Milw. ART 4 8 B.S.. U. Wis. HISTORY 6 £ 8, PHY ED. i B.S.. City U. NY. M.A.. N.Y.U. Qi ERNIE BRUSUBARDIS LIZ BUNNELL PATTI CAMP MUSIC - MIDDLE SCHOOL B.M. 6 M.M. Wis. Conservatory of Music MATH 6 6 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7 B.A., Parsons M.S., Nat. College of Ed. SENIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S., Florida State TINA DAYNE KATE ELSNER PAT EMCH PHYSICAL EDUCATION - LOWER SCHOOL B.A.. Carthage M.A.. Ball State ART 7 £ 8 B.S. 6 M.A. U. of Wis. LIBRARY AV LOWER SCHOOL B.A. 6 B.L.S. U. of Wis. DON FORTI KAY HACKER BONNIE HALCOMB PHYSICAL EDUCATION - MIDDLE SCHOOL B.A.. William Penn M.S.. Springfield MATH LAB I - 4. COMPUTER 5 • 8 B.A., Alverno FOURTH GRADE B.A., Wheaton KATHY HARRISON PAM HAUGH BILLY HAURY SECOND GRADE B.S., U. of Wis. SENIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S.. U. Wis. -Stout PHYSICAL EDUCATION B.S.. U. Nebraska-Omaha SUSAN HAYDOCK VIRGINIA HOGAN FOURTH GRADE B.A.. Cardinal Stritch JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S.. U. Wis-Stout Cartrefle - U.K. Wales NURSERY B.S.. U. Wis.-Mllw. LINDA HUNTER JUDY JENSEN CLAIRE JOHNSON SPANISH 5 B.S.. Purdue FIFTH GRADE 6 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 8 B.S. M.S.. U. Wis.-Milw. NURSERY B.S.. U. Wis -Milw. :HARLIE KERR JOANN KEULKS VERA KITTILSTAD MATH 7 6 8. 6 ALGEBRA B.S.. East Texas Baptist M.S., U. Indiana ERENCH 5 6 6, LATIN 8 B.A.. Northwestern LIBRARY AV - MIDDLE SCHOOL B.S.. U. Wis.-Eau Claire M.L.S.. U. Wis.Milw. MARGARET LANG BARBARA LARKIN MUFFY MACKEDON THIRD GRADE B.A.. M.A. State U. Iowa FIRST GRADE B.S. 6 M.A. U. Wis.-Mllw. NURSERY B.S.. U. of Wis PATSY METZLER HOLLY MORSE JIM NORRIS FIRST GRADE B.A.. Albion M.S.. Western Michigan SPANISH N - 4 B.A., fe B.S.. Miami M.A.. U. Wis.-Milw. SCIENCE 6 7 B.S., U. Wis.-Stout JACKIE (O ' CONNOR) HOLZHAUER CONRAD OPGENORTH CHRIS SCHMIDT JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S.. U. Wis.-Milw. FOURTH GRADE B.S.. U. Wis.Oshkosh ART I 3 B.S.. U. Wis. M.S., U. Wis.-Milw. BARBARA SEMMANN KATHY SHEEHAN BETH SIECKMAN MUSIC - MIDDLE SCHOOL B.A., Alverno FIFTH GRADE B.A.. Marquette SCIENCE 8 B.S.. U. Wis. La Crosse RUTH SPOONER MARILYN STOLEE RAM STRODE HISTORY 6 MATH 7 B.S.. U. Wis Milw. ENGLISH 7 S 8 B A.. St. Olaf M.A.. U. Miami FRENCH 7 8 B A . U Notre Dame M.A.. Ohio State M HANNAH TOZER CYNDY VERHAGEN SENIOR KINDERGARTEN B.S.. Skidmore B.S., U. Wis.-Milw. MUSIC - LOWER SCHOOL A.B.. Smith Diploma, Kodaly Institute. Hungary ENGLISH 6 7 B.S.E., U. WIs.-Whitewater NANCY WANDLING SECOND GRADE B.S., U. Kansas KAY ZVESPER THIRD GRADE B.S.. Carroll Nancy Hodarowski Ruth Johnston Joyce MacDonald TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR SWITCHBOARD FOOD SERVICE TRANSPORTATION MAINTENANCE Front row (I. to r.) - Bonnie Aiello. Karen Relmer (Director). Vicki Pinter. Back row - Kathy Armstrong, Joan DeSmidt. Trudy Bence. (I. to r.) - Vince Mathews, Jerry Fox, A! Jordan. Front row (I. to r.) - David Cooper, Myron Pinkner. Nick Narodovick. Back row Jerry Fox. Paul Stern, Vince Mathews. Not pictured - Grace Bence. A! Jordan. Susan Charland Charmaine Biernat MIDDLE SCHOOL Mary Ann Hermann ADMISSIONS 6 LOWER SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICE 3 CLASSES Jim Zaiser Ted Kasten Bill Chase Tara Neavins John Emory Margaret Grebe Amy Tolentino Dan Marien Jenny Haydock Adam Fryjoff [ Laura Plunkett Jerrel Jones David Amos Greg Thomas Jordana Joseph Anna Park Ken Bromberg Carolyn Buerger Jeff Nodell An Menitove David Barrow Amy Sances Tina Asmuth Elaine Hong Chika Tagawa Dipak Mafiato David Duback Michael Chung Becky Turner Libby Kindt Mike Bach Yvonnda Ford Melissa del Rosano Annette Warriner Heidi Muller Carl Rietz a Tom Lacy John Frehse Jim Prince David Yagoblan Adam Ciralsky Pilar Carrington Chris McGauran Lindsay Stevens Sally Hess Julie Doering Ann Junker Sara Habeck Amy Wachs Jenny Jungkuntz Brad Simmons Chris Elser Chris Frommell Mike Linnabary Peter Apple Lotta Bergman Kelly Baumgartner Hilary Van Dyke Keith Moschea [ Patrick Doerr David Jennings Kevin Chua Chris Frey Rob Shafi Derek Mellencamp Kerry Kubly Liz Ouadracci Chris Adams Liza Darling Kristi Ziegler Front row (I. to r.) - Suneet Kamath. Dan Hazlelt, Tom Bell, Steve Sax. Middle row Anne Blommer. Angle Doerr. Theresa Buettner. Gerald Koh. Back row - Jeannle Schall. Patsy McGre- gor. Joan Rubert. MIeka Close. Mike Shedivy, Missy Frauen. Front row fl. to r.) - Todd Asmuth. Ben Gartner. John Mahnke. Mark Schmahl. Middle row - Umang Soln. Sara Barwig. Tiffany MIcek. Kitty Loos. Back row - Brook Schelber. Meg Ells, Jenny Doerr, Lorl Tharps, Jennifer Axelrod. Elizabeth Young. Qi Joanne Park Front row (I. to r.) - Demlan McDermott-Green. A|it knshnany. Mike Woo. Bill Lauritzen. Middle row - Sean Ford, Sharon Locher. Julie Maloney. Eden Abram. Back row - Andy Read. Dan Leben. Frank Dehn. Russ Trimble. Luke Zarwell, Andrew Chaikin. Sophie RIetz SIXTH GRADE Front row (I. to r.) - Molly Kasch. Elizabeth Van Engel. Edgar Sandoval, Zaidy del Rosario. Middle row - Jackie Bae, Adam Read. John Stoops, Gus Park, Steve Chang, Robert Joerres. Back row - Sarah Seaman, Kate Laferty, Elizabeth Pagedas. Jonathan Beal. David Hollister, Rob Pottinger, Ira Menitove. [ Front row (I. to r.) - Jason Easterman. John Zabors. Trygve Holtan, Stacie Lenz, Julie Tishberg. Middle row - Elisabeth Brewster. Nikki Zarkower, Jenny Giwosky, Scott Ackerman. Rajeev Prasad, Laura Muggli. Back row Anthony Chambers, Lesley Maness, Barbie Brennan, Jessica Botticelli, Talison Reed. Peter Duback, Adam Kassner. CLASS OF 1991 Front row (I. to r.) - Marnie Uihiein, Chip Bush. Jonathan Ireland. Su|it Raisrnghani. Marko Kovacevic, Joanne Agayolf. Middle row • Andy Becker. Melvin Chua. John Mellowes. Mike Gale. Back row - Nancy Loughlin. Julie Kasten. Marit Olsen. Erika Holz. Larry Jeter. David Mahoney. Kim SeidI FIFTH GRADE Soraya Maleki Front row (I. to r.) - Ted Wenninger. Nathaniel Green. Andy Feldman. Danny Schneider. Matt Thompson. Middle row - Anner Rose, Heather Kubly. Matthew Lauritzen. Matthew Berk. Back row - Erika Lubsey. Harmeet Soin, Gavin Gigstead. Jenny Ellis. Lis! Hass. [7 Front row (I. to r. ) - C.J. Stansberry. David Hong. Marc Millan. Tom Reynolds. Tobin Tornehl. Middle row - Scott Van Dyke. Brooke Graham. Cory Frey. Kelly Tector. Sumeeta Krishnaney. Back row - Marc Baicer, Andrew Parsons. Sarah Holbrook. Lane Margenau. Wendy Isom. Mike Landgraf. Jon Wagner CLASS OF 1992 Front row - (I. to r.) - Kit Read, Drew Slepke. Rick Stratton, Eric Frauen. Middle row - Elizabeth Perkins. Sarah Olson. Cam Stephenson. Jake Reynolds. Back row • Colette Brown. Willy Darling. Ed Koh. T.R. Bell. Maryanne Woo. Mary Wolcott r AUTOGRAPHS g FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE STUDENT GOVERNMENT SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE Sealed (I. to r.) • Soraya Malekl (Treasurer). Andy Becker (President). Standing • Tobin Tornehl (Secretary). Peter Du- back (Vice President). Andy Feldman. Edgar Sandoval. Kneeling 6 Sitting (I. to r.) - Tom Bell. David Amos (Treasurer). Hilary Van Dyke (President ). Rob ShafI (Secretary ). Standing - Lori Tharps. Tom Lacy. Andy Read (Vice Presioent) » ' U . f H ' 7 « a 9 V AVs c O• V ay ,A " Our special thanks to Cilento. Inc. for professional photography services. ' ' l iUiCL £ yO [ Front row (I. to r.) - Christopher Adams. Daniel Marien. Bradley Simmons, Andrew Chaikin, Tom Bell. Kevin Chua. John Emory. Keith Moschea. Middle row - James Prince, James Zaiser, Christopher McGauran, Ted Kasten, Michael Bach, Greg Thomas, Andy Read, Todd Asmuth. Back row - Coach Aper, Libby Kmdt, David Jennings, Russ Trimble, David Barrow, Luke Zarwell, Jerrel Jones, Jon Frehse, Gerald Koh, Coach Kerr. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE [ SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE -onl row (I. to r.) - John Mahnke. Peter Apple. Bill Launtzer. Brook Scheiber. Steve Sax. Dan Hazlett. Michael Woo. A|it rishnaney. Demian McDermolt-Green. Middle row (kneeling) Liza Darling. Liz Ouadracci. Rob Shafi. David Amos. Kenneth romberg. Derek Mellencamp. Mark Schmahl. Back row (standing) Coach Haury. Patsy McGregor. David Duback. Frank ehn, Pat Doerr. Chris Elser. Mike Linnabary. Chris Frey. An Menitove. Mike Shedivy. Lindsay Stevens. DJ. Yagobian. Front row (I. to r.) - Jeannie Schall. Kitty Loos. Missy Frauen. Tina Asmuth (Co-Captain). Julie Doering (Co- Captain). Tiffany Micek. Sarah Barwig. Umang Soin. Middle row Sally Hess. Carolyn Buerger. Anne Blommer. Angie Doerr. Kerry Kubly. Margaret Grebe. Julie Maloney. Heidi Muller. Mieka Close. Laura Plunkett. Back row - Jennifer Axelrod. Jenny Jungkuntz. Meg Ells. Jenny Doerr. Coach Bunnell. E BASKETBALL . @ W Front row (I. to r.) • Umang Soln. Eden Abram, Tiffany Micek. Back row - Jennifer Axelrod, Sarah Barwig. Jeannie Schall. ront row (1. to r.) Sean Ford, Mike Woo. Suneet Kamath (Captain). Ajil rishnaney. Todd Asmuth. Back row Coach Aper. Dan Leben. Russ Trimble. Like Zarwell. Mike Shedivy. BASKETBALL From row (I. to r.) • Jennifer Haydock. Laura Plunkett, Margaret Grebe (Co-Captain). Back row - Kelly Baumgartner. Liza Darling, Liz Quadracci, Carolyn Buerger (Co-CaptaIn). Not pictured - Libby Kindt. €! Front row (I. to r.) - D.J. Yagobian. Brad Simmons. Jon Frehse. Chris Frommell. Chris Adams. Back row • Coach Wallner. Mike Linnabary, Tom Lacy. David Jennings. David Duback. Chris Frey. Not pictured - Dipak Mahato. Ek - ' - ■ ill 4 li € g» . 10 " t [ Tomorrow is a new day - begin it well and serenely and with high spirits. f ' PBRc e To r USM LOWER SCHOOL CLASSES GRADES NURSERY THRU FOUR 29 t FOURTH GRADE UPPER LEFT; Back row: Frances Reynolds. Adrian McDermott-Green, Lisa Pittman. Christina Simons. Tiffini Lawrence. Amanda Jungkuntz. Jon Adams. Adam Berk. Front row: Michael Jerommski. Richard Thickens. Kwanza Morgan. Christopher Chua. David Frommell. Megan Thomas. Betsy Drum. Not pictured: Barrett Garmer. (Mr. Opgenorths Class) LOWER LEFT: Back row: Karen Lie. Melissa Ackerman. Alison Abrohams. Johanna von Hemert. Rebecca Nash. Kyle Barnett. Chris Rostad. Kelly Anderson. Amy Duchelle (Standing). Front row: David Aman. Scott Gale, Michael Schmahl, Geoff Harper. Not pictured; Elliott Chaffin. David Leben. (Mrs. Halcomb ' s Class) ABOVE; Back row: Jill Hollander. Ben Tishberg. Tom Doerr. Richard Clague. Middle row; Jessica Dehn. Margaret Sokol. Dan Shedivy. Alex Basson. Alan Reed. Billy Kritzik. Front row; Melissa Crane, Matt Goelzer. K.K. McGregor, Esther Sandoval, Cecilia Gustavsson. (Mrs. Haydock ' s Class) 31 THIRD GRADE (Mrs. Zvesper s (.lass) Back row: Jonathan Stocking. Roger Kamau. Charlie Kubly, John Esler. Dean Babler, Danny Sax, Jenny Bush. Middle row: Monica Holtan, Lara D ' Cruse, Kris Margenau. Robbie Luljak, Josh Traudt. Lindsey Dearholl. Front row: Jennifer Chua, Rachel Silberman. Matt Segel, Andre Zaiud, Jason Hess. 32 THIRD GRADE (Mrs. Lang ' s Llass) 3ack row; Robert Kovacevic. Colet Brookins, Amy MacNeil, Mitzie Schneider. Jackie Wells. Andrea Schmeichel. Danielle Wagner. Christiaan Simmons. Gary -abaiingan. Front row: Becky Gleeson. David Perkins. Chris Tornehl. Robin Nusslock. Reggie Chambers. Reed Taylor. Amy Bartley. Patrick Philipp. 33 SECOND GRADE (Mrs. Wandllng ' s Class) Back row: John Reynolds. Ufuoma Ogbeluo. Danielle Zarkower. T.J . Martineau. Barrie Yuspeh. Jonathan Adelman. Middle row: Seven Maclay, Sara Fleldl Marissa Kaiser. Chad Uihlein. Front Row: Danielle Rosea. Katie Segel. Justin Greer. Courtney Engelbrecht. Cara Connelly. SECOND GRADE (Miss Harrison ' s Class) r ' ' - mimw. ' ' ' ' f! tack row: Gary Lawrence. Edwanike Harbour. Emily Christiansen. Todd Colondro, Matson Holbrook. John Olson. Middle row: Jason Kasch. Sara Yagobian. klegan Harper. Lee Cabatingan. Liz Peters. Front row; Jodie Hollander, Stacy Buening. Mondona Namdari. Anwar Pruitt, Louella Amos. 35 :;iSissj;;5ffiSffiS: FIRST GRADE UPPER LEFT: Back row: Michael Engroff. Middle row: Jessica Giwosky. Erin Capper, Erin Iserman. Megan Leben. Andrew Rostad, Ravi Krishnaney. Reid Frauen. Front row: Duncan Basson. Stephanie Ellis, Laura Thickens. Kristen Lie, Charlie Mayhew. Courtney Dearholt. (Mrs. Metzler ' s Class) LOWER LEFT: Back row: Benjy Wagner. Eric Edwards. Eric Hailslock. Cindy Drum. Matthew Buelow. Brian Barnett. Middle row: Michael Lindemann. J.T. Taylor. Elizabeth Stoops. Megan Gleeson. Sara Coffman. Front row: Linda Brookins. Rache ' Neuwirth. Mary Perkins. Stephanie Asmuth. Erin Traudt. (Mrs. Larkins Class) ABOVE: Back row: Miriah Rauch. Tiffany Ego. Angela Pittman. Rebecca Bowen. Earnest Jones. Denise Springer. Middle row: Alana Cooper. Carissa Koutantzis. Jennifer Borisch. Christopher Klimowicz. Front row. Rebecca Brusubardis. James Kosakoski. Sarah Frey. Edwin Sandoval. David Hollnagel. (Mrs. Abraham ' s Class) 37 First Grade Assembly Program Fourth Grade Science Project " Whistles and Strings " AUDUBON OWL PROGRAM I W 1 BALLET DEMONSTRATION and WORKSHOP R Teacher Mrs. Tornehl. Front Row: Jenny Wordingham, Robert Ireland, Mandy Whittaker, Michael McGoohan. Second Row; Alicia Stankus, Becky Ciralsky. Joseph Gendelman. Third Row: Caianda Handley. Jia Tenley, Ryan Wanger. Top: Maya Simons and Sean McCarthy. G A R T E N 40 Teachers Mrs. Haugh. Mrs. Camp. 4th Row: Glen Gigstead. Raymond Pirtle. Nicky Wood. Allison Kirchen, Jessica Marx. 3rd Row: Thomas Connelly. Sam Peter. T.J. Werner. Andrea Friedman. Wes McKenzie. Lissa McMicken. 2nd Row: Steve Celba. A.J. Walker. Krysia Close. Anne Babler. 1st Row: Andy Housiaux. Jamie Greer. Colin Simmons. Marie Christiansen. Keesha Davis, and Leslie Thomas. Absent: Tracy Crane. Maury Miller. D E 41 J u N I O R K I N D E R G A R T E N Teachers: Mrs. HInze and Mrs. Ackerman. Front Row: Law- rence Durland, Lee Tharps. Andrew Heitman. Sangeeta Prasad, Leena Krishnaney, Jenny Morse, Nicole Endres. Middle Row: Alexander Uihiein, Lori Stiemke, David Carr. Willy Foster, Nat Sattler. Julie Halbeck. Back Row: Christopher Faytis, Allison Krausen, Mietra Namdari, Peter Hansen, Gareth Reynolds, Ni- cholas Garstecki. Absent: Rakesh Shah. Nick Frankenberry, Lauren Anderson, Ryan Berk. jachers. Mrs. Blank, Mrs. Holzhauer. Front Row: David Giwosky, Aaron Solochek. Ryan Wilson. Arianne Lengh. Andy Gordon, Justin Zblewski. Second iw: Kyle Beckley. Steven Byers. Harkirat Soin, Jamie Hollander, Heather Borisch, John Kursel, Sarah Le Feber. Third Row Christian Engelbrecht, jtherine Haugh. Michael Peter. Catie Lindemann, Lauren Segel, Laura Keulks. Becca Uihiein. Back Row: Christopher, Bowen, Jimmy Rauh. Absent: Kelly ndeman n, Meredith Traudt, John Rotheray. K I N N U R S E R Y Teacheri Mrs. Johnson. Back Row; Mary Ellen Jones. Jamison Grossman. Neil DeCruze. Alexander Yuspeh. Front Row: Sarah Hess. Andrea Colondro. Lauren Hummert. Lily Peter. Andrew Epstein. Absent: Keenan Herbon. 44 Nursery: Teachers: Mrs. Hogan and Miss MacKedon Front Row: Peter McGoohan. Cortnet Gleysleen. J.P. Zvesper. Cristina Wood. Middle Row: Blake Wanger. Genevieve Hillis, Blake Lindemann, Susannah Haelter. Mary Braydrick, Alice Finke. Christopher Field. Jordan Gendelman. Temple Simpson. Back Row: Michael Fox, Kristen Maclay. Liza Uihiein. Mike Peters. Jessica Koss. Lexi Asmuth. Caroline Trainer. N U s E R Y 45 p R E P R I M A R Y 46 Tils mm =T B W ' JBB -- 1 1 Bf_.,..,, JJ p R E P R I M A R Y 47 09-0 FIRST WOMAN — Geraldine Ferraro became the first woman to run for the office of Vice President when Walter Mondale selected her as his running mate. 2ND ARTIFICIAL HEART — William Schroeder became the world ' s second artificial heart recipient. RESIGNATION — Vanessa Williams became the first Miss America to be forced to resign her crown and was replaced by the first runner up, Suzette Charles, Miss New Jersey. Jf-O WORLD TRAVELER — Pope John Paul II traveled extensively during 1984, beginning with South Korea, Thailand, the Soloman Islands and Papua, New Guinea, where 200,000 natives turned out to meet him. WHAT A RUSH— The Chicago Bears ' Walter Payton set a new rushing record during a game against the New Orleans Saints. He broke Jim Brown ' s record of 12,312 yards. TINA ' S BACK — Singer Tina Turner, 46, made a comeback with her first solo album, " Private Dancer. " It hit the top of the charts with singles, " What ' s Love Got to Do With It " and " Better Be Good To Me. " ■efe . i;j d9 ' Of ■P: ? yurjf S ' - i -=, J av- y credit: AP y lDE WORLD PHOTOS CURRIEMT IHNIsNTS Jennifer in uv h ?y- 7 S ««yH«i ' i» NO PEACE FOR BEIRUT — Twenty-three were killed when a car bomb hit the U.S. Embassy in Beirut. The tragedy was followed by questions about security measures. TOP MOVIES — Robert Duvall won best actor for his role in " Tender Mercies. " " Terms of Endearment " won three Oscars: best picture, best actress Shirley MacLaine, and best supporting actor Jack Nicholson. OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS — The U.S. won more Olympic medals than any other country in the Summer Olympics at Los Angeles. Two superstars were Carl Lewis, who won four gold medals in track events, and Mary Lou Retton, the first American woman to win an individual gymnastics Olympic medal. - I PURPLE PRINCE — One of the hottest new musical artists of 1 984, Prince rocketed to the top with his nationwide tour and his first movie, " Purple Rain. " 99 WHERE ' S THE BEEF? — Clara Peller, age 80, immortalized the phrase " Where ' s the beef? " with her TV commercials for Wendy ' s. SWEET NEWS— Dr. Daniel Azarnoff proudly displayed a molecular model of the artificial sweetener NutraSweet. New to the market, it quickly replaced saccharine in many low- calorie foods. CUI RIENT lEN Ei ' fTS TRIDENT 1985 UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MILWAUKEE 6401 N. SANTA MONICA BLVD. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN EDITORS-IN-CHIEF: STAFF: Sarah Lang Grace Roddis Eric Vogel Sara West Candy Yashiro LAYOUT: Brad Hohz Kathryn Quadracci Anne Zaiser Vicki Maholias Karen Hartwig Rebecca Saliture PHOTOGRAPHY: David Cohen ADVISOR: Rick Kasten Kate Eisner BUSINESS: Eric Vogel Drew Sawyer Through this yearbook, we hope to preserve the memories and traditions of the south campus as this, our final year, comes to a close and we all leave these special buildings for the last time. TITLE PAGE 1 REMEMBRANCES ALid Volal P opJuU: SANTER hall VlM " HOHOR or THE FOUNDER AND " first I EADMASTER of MILWAUKEE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL wise -AND DCVOTED FRIEND OFEVERV 2 Remembrances 1 ■ USUI 1 kW ' ' -tPPEH SCHOOL M { tm; 6401 ■- H jL. SCHOOL SPEED LIMIT Remembrances 3 DEDICATION TO FRANK ROBERTS In hi 23 years of service to USM, Mr. Roberts has gained the admiration of his fellow teachers and his students. Not only has he been responsible for making students literate in French, Spanish, and the Fine Arts, but he has also been very active in the USM community as well. In the past, he has been coach of the track team, the AFS International Club advisor, and the leader of summer expeditions to Europe. During the early days when soccer was still a club sport, he was USM ' s first soccer coach. Not as well known about Mr. Roberts is that he is a former ski instructor, knows every card game, has made his fortune by being a stockholder in a slipper company in upstate New York, and is responsible for introducing Mr. Stephens and his wife to each other. He may definitely be considered a " connois- seur of the good life ' - a member of the Alumnae Choir, a gourmet cook, and frequently known to appear in school and external stage productions. Whether through special powers or word of mouth, he always knows a little something about everyone. He is well-known for his ready sense of humor, his ability to listen well and to relate- his whole life story to anyone in half an hour. It is these combined aspects which make his classes not only informing and challenging but also the humorous and enjoyable periods we all so need. For everything you ve done and your dedication to USM-THANK YOU MR. ROBERTS!!!! 4 Dedication Dedication 5 FRESHMAN INITIATION Despite much contraversy. Freshman Initiation was once again an important tradition in University School life. In addition to the Big Brother Big Sister system, Freshmen were required to serve, honor, and obey their betters, the Class of 1985. Nevertheless, Initiation proved to be an enjoyable and helpful period for both Freshmen and Seniors. Hopefully this tradition will continue to be as good-natured and strong in the years to come. 6 Fr Initiation h Initiation 7 USM ' s most exciting couple Gentlemen! 8 Candids Candids 9 rMmm " HOMECO 10 Homecoming VIING 1984 This year ' s Homecoming turned out to be an exciting and fun-filled weekend for students and parents alike. Although unfortunately not always victorious on the field, all the teams proved to be winners in spirit. The Pep Club helped greatly to encourage the strong school spirit which led to the weekend ' s success. Once again, the Seniors exhibited their organization through a superior and well- planned float. Hopefully, USM s tradition of enthusiastic and spirited Homecomings will continue, and be enhanced, with consolidation. 12 Homecoming Homecoming 13 Camps 15 Mr. Lovett briefly contemplates leniency 16 ■ ' .. ' • -eC - .- ' r -o Mt " «mm vv -«« " i . -SX-r- ' -.tv • FIELD HOCKEY Back: Coach Eisner, Sue-Sue Maleki, Meg Borges, Tracy MacNeil, Susie Fieweger, Deb Dalton, Lisa Berggren, Liza Connelly, Vicki Maholias, Sarah Lang, Maria Acevedo, Molly Caan, Susie O ' Connor. Front; Kathy Dahlman, Connie Gute, Liza Bischoff, Anne Zaiser, Karen Hartwig, Susana Wigdale, Vicky Bell, Claire Ritchie, Courtney Daniels, Bitsy Mueller Back: Coach McCailum, Robin Hazelwood, Jo Ciwosky, Kelly Mitchell, Sarah Sokol, Jenny Kasten, Katie Marringa, Tracy Sawyer, Leslie Tector, Leslie Bardes, Nora Brumder. Front: Julie Schwartz, Angela Townsend, Jill Kessler, Daphanc Seaman, Sohaila Maleki, Jodi Polancheck, Diane Stratton, Rachael Clark, Anne Jennings, Stephanie Stephens, Elizabeth Emory. 18 Field Hockey From training camp to conference championship, the 1984 field hockey team successfully upheld both an excellent record and sense of spirit. The team ended the season with an overall record of eleven wins and three losses, and achieved an even more impressive record in conference play. Through a 3-1 victory over University Lake School, the team assumed the reveared position of first place in the conference U.S.M. ' s success was due largely to Co-Captain Sarah Kuesel. The three-year letter winner and backbone of the offense helped lead the team with both her spirit and excellent playing skills. Goalie Karen Hartwig made an equally impressive contribution to the team with a season total of 123 saves. Highlights of the season also included a 2-1 victory, led by top scorer Deb Dalton, over Elgin Academy, and, of course, the honor of winning the conference championship with a record of 9-1. VARSITY RECORD: W-11 L-3 USM 2-1 Brookfield Academy USM 0-2 Mary Institute USM 1-0 Racine Prairie USM 4-1 Wayland Academy USM 3-2 St. Mary ' s USM 1-2 Univ. Lake School USM 3-2 St. Mary ' s USM 2-1 Racine Prairie USM 2-1 Elgin Academy USM 3-1 Univ. Lake School USM 4-0 Brookfield Academy USM 3-0 Wayland Academy USM 2-0 Brookfield Academy USM 1-2 Racine Prairie CONFERENCE RECORD: W-9 L-1 ■$Cm. ' i!tJmk 1984 CAPTAINS: MOST VALUABLE: ■• , ' Wrh MOST IMPROVED: ' ALL-CONFERENCE: Sarah Kuesel Debbie Dalton Karen Hartwig Susie Fieweger Debbie Dalton Sarah Kuesel Karen Hartwig Field Hockey 19 20 Field Hockey wMV ,.i jf ' i;.» Wig M LIZA SCOR |l| jE j! Field Hockev 2]_ SOCCER Back: Coach Shuster, Justin Brown, Fred Bergman, Rick Kasten, Drew Sawyer, Eric Vogel, Scott Schnetzky, Dan Grunau, Slade McGauran, Mack Borges, Charlie Schroeder, Ben Checota, Rob Stockton. Front: Greg Van Fossen, Chris Banzhaf, Steve Lemcke, Scott Matchette, Chip Doering, Garrett Nodell, Sam Belfer, Jay Lott, Charhe Doering, David Ells. Back: Coach Friedlander, Joel Dahlman, Joel Quadracci, Billy Hartwig, Charles Mellows, Cory Ondrejka, Charlie Koehn, Frank Belcher, Tommy Buestrin, Brad Ho ltz, Ted Loos, David Axelrod, Pete Mahnke, Bill Vogel, Jack Van Dyke, Mike Carlson. Front: Joe Pichette, Tom Buettner, Nick Howell, Mark Christensen, Brooks Stevens, John Grigsby, Steve Davis, Skip McGregor, Mike MacNeil, Alex Marasco, Robert Joseph, Philip Stockton, David Pellegrin, Tony Close. 22 Soccer VARSITY RECORD: USM 4-0 USM 2-1 USM 0-4 USM 0-2 USM 1-1 USM 2-0 USM 2-0 USM 1-3 USM 4-1 USM 0-1 USM 0-2 USM 5-2 USM 1-0 USM 2-2 USM 7-1 USM 3-1 USM 4-3 USM 5-0 USM 2-3 W-11 L-6 T-2 Milwaukee Lutheran Grafton Hartland Arrowhead Wauwatosa West Homestead Kettle Moraine Lutheran Sheboygan Lutheran Notre Dame Shoreland Lutheran Marquette Waukesha Catholic Elgin Academy Racine Prairie Wayland Academy Martin Luther Heritage Christian Sheboygan Christian St. John ' s Green Bay Premontre WISAA Quarter Finals Shoot out All-Conference: 1st Team: Eric Vogel, Chip Uoering, Slade McGauran 2nd Team: Drew Sawyer, Scott Schnetzky, Fred Bergman Honorable Mention: Greg Van Fossen MOST VALUABLE: Slade McGauran MOST IMPROVED: Mac Borges THIS YEAR ' S CAPTAINS: Eric Vogel, Scott Schnetzky The varsity soccer team won the Midwest Classic Conference Cham- pionship and competed in the state tournament for the fourth year in a row. The record was 11-6-2. The offense and well-balanced attack was paced by Chip Doering, Drew Sawyer and Fred Bergman, while the defense was led by Co-Captain Scott Schnetzky, Slade McGauran, and the fine goal tending of Greg Van Fossen. A key figure in the team ' s success was the center halfback and Co-Captain, Eric Vogel. Highlights beyond the Conference Championship and the state tournament in- cluded a 1-1 tie with the highly regarded Homestead High School and convincing victories over Prarie and St. John ' s. USM was eliminated from the tournament in a shootout against Green Bay Premontre after an even score at the end of two overtimes (2-2). The season was a rewarding one for the players and the coach, Ed Shuster, who was pleased with the team ' s improvement as the season progressed. Soccer 24 Soccer Wi§ Soccer 25 FOOTBALL V A R «h I T Y tKlf- i -••• ' A ' ■ ' - ■ - Ili a Back Row: Tom Gebhardt, Dan Hess, Bob Stocking, Bob Dengel, Ancly Williams, Bill Gebhardt, Alex Palermo, Jay Saletra, Standing; Coach Forti, Eric Stillman, Scott Williams, Alby Gallun, John Lambie, Chip Slater, Rick Blommer, Charlie Brennen, Coach Colondro. Kneeling: Jim Lee, Mike Winters, Mike Grebe, Mike Willis, Raymond Jones, Dewey Martin, Cam Swanson, Reik Read. Sitting: Bob Bell, Pat Moerchen, Rich Fuller, Jim Landgraf, Peter Blommer, Mike Darrow, Geoff Caan, Shawn Smith. Back Row: Donald Bae, Nick Wedel, Jim Blahut, Dan Felger. Standing: Coach Richardson, Eric Stillman, Scott Williams, Raymond Jones, Ted Gust, Mike Felger, Coach Smith. Kneeling: Bob Bell, Bob Kloppenburg, Eric Olsen, Cam Swanson, Tony Schwartz, Geoff Caan, Jim Landgraf, George Perkins. Sitting: Cass Stevens, Chip Kloppenburg, Peter Blommer, Jeff Williams, David Kohl. 26 Football VARSITY RECORD: W-5 L-5 USM 15-13 Beloit USM 0-12 Martin Luther USM 6-41 St. Louis USM 6-43 Northwestern Prep USM 19-14 Winnebago Lutheran USM 12-13 St. Mary ' s USM 8-12 Wayland USM 27- St. Johns USM 41- 6 St. Lawrence ;. V. RECORD: W-3 L-4 USM 0-14 Martin Luther USM 24- 8 Northwestern Preps USM 0-27 Winnebago Lutheran USM 14-33 St. Mary ' s USM 6- 8 Wayland USM 40- 6 St. John ' s USM 16- 8 St. Lawrence The 1984 season ended as an outstanding one for the University School Football Team. The season began with a heated match against the extremely tough Beloit Catholic team. The Wildcats, lead by the offensive line, were able to beat Beloit 15-13 in an intense, down-to-the-minute game. The next three games were equally difficult for the Wildcats. Although not victorious in their bouts against Martin Luther, St. Louis, and Northwestern Prep, USM lost none of the intensity or desire characteristic of the team. The next opponent was the much improved Winnebago Lutheran team. However, the Wildcats, with outstanding effort from all, rolled over W. Lutheran 19-14 for a Homecoming victory. This success ended abruptly with losses to Wayland and defending state champs, St. Mary ' s destroying USM ' s hopes for playoff consideration. This, however, did not prevent the Wildcats from winning their last three games in an end of the season sweep. Led by the exemplary play and leadership of captains Alby Gallun, Chip Slater and Andy Williams, the Cats defeated St. John ' s, a three time state playoff qualifier. The Wildcats hope to extend this streak into the 1985 season. With strong leadership from next year ' s captains, 1985 looks to be a great year for USM Football. 1985 CAPTAINS: Bill Gebhardt, Reik Read Rich Fuller, Tom Gebhardt MVP: Alby Gallun MIP: Tom Gebhardt KEN LAIRD TROPHY: Chip Slater ALL-CONFERENCE 1st TEAM: Alby Gallun Mike Grebe ALL-CONFERENCE 2nd TEAM: Bill Gebhardt Andy Williams HONORABLE MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE Chip Slater, Bob Stocking, Tom Gebhardt, Mike Winters, Bob Dengel OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Mike Grebe DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Alby Gallun SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Rick Blommer " And I say we did make it! Football 28 Football Football 29 TENNIS IM Standing: Coach Laing, Julie Qureshi, Kathryn Quadracci, Kara Hughes, Liz Kritzik, Brenda Peirce, Vicki Griffith. Kneeling: Judy Chung, Susie Easom, Sanda Pecina, Annie Walker, Laura Spooner. Sitting: Mellisa Marasco, Anne Whealon, Alice Chang. Standing: Coach Brown, Ina Warringer, Vicki Griffith, Clarissa Del Rosario, Jenny Uihlein. Kneeling: Alice Chang, Brooksie Stevenson, Elisa Tharps, Alicia Vogel. Sitting: Rubina Shafi. 30 Tennis DUAL MEET RECORD: W-11 L-1 T-2 U5M 4-3 Brookfield Academy USM 5-2 Prairie USM 0-1 Wayland USM o-l Mary Institute USM 4-4 Brookfield East USM 6-2 Tosa East USM 2-6 Brookfield Central USM 5-3 Greendale USM 0-1 Prairie USM 6-0 Dominican USM 6-1 Wayland USM 4-4 Nicolet USM 5-3 WFB USM 5-2 Homestead WISAA REGIONAL: CHAMPIONS VVISAA STATE: CHAMPIONS MVP: Julie Qureshi MIP: Laura Spooner CAPTAIN: Julie Qureshi ' • ' . - - ' V ' " :. • ■ " 4»V, ' J3.i.Vi. The girl ' s tennis team has always been one of the most successful teams at USM, and this year was no exception. Beating schools such as Racine Prairie, Whitefish Bay, Homestead, and Mary Institute of St. Louis (6-1), the team won an exceptional total of 11 meets. The only loss suf- fered was to Brookfield Central- one of the strongest teams in Wisconsin. Perhaps the greatest accomplish- ment of this season was tieing Nicolet 4-4, after having been defeated in past years. In fact, the 1984 season ended perfectly, the girl ' s tennis team winning both the region- al championships and the state tournament. Being the third year in a row that the team has won both titles (in addition to many years before), USM has won more WI- SAA state titles than any other school in Wisconsin. Although the team will be losing four excellent players- Julie Qureshi, Anne Whealon, Kara Hughes, and Kath- ryn Quadracci- girl ' s tennis, with the help of Coach Laing and Coach Brown, anticipates an equally successful 1985 season. Tennis 31 ■??_ Tennis CROSS COUNTRY Standing: Matt Hanrahan, Akio Tagawa, Coach David, Kneeling: Rob Mueller, Sitting: Ken Habeck, John Christensen. This is also a cross country team. 34 Cross Country VARSITY RECORD Dominican Inv. Nicolet Inv. Martin Luther Lake Forest Prairie Inv. Lake Side Inv. Roncolly Conference State Tourn. MOST VALUABLE: Rob Mueller MOST IMPROVED: John Christensen KYLE AWARD: Matt Hanrahan CAPTAINS: Rob Mueller, Akio Tagawa Cross Country 35 isr l f ' $0- 36 Cross Countr VOLLEYBALL In Tree: Carrie Tultle, Candy Yashiro. Standing: Stacy Kuchta, Molly Foley, Erin Mason, Coach Seegers, Sara West, Maggie Hanson, JoAnn Tolentino, loula Theoharis, Maura Richards. Sitting: Irene Mamalakis, Laura Mackey, Lisa Spearman, Rebecca Saliture, Jessica Barwig. ARSITY RECORD cord: W- ;M 0-2 iM 0-3 IjiM 1-2 liM 0-3 i;M 0-3 ijiM 2-1 1: ;M 0-3 1j;m 2-1 I ;m 0-3 I ' lM 0-3 1 M 0-3 I M 0-3 4 L-14 InM KM 1 .M l!.M 2-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 GIONALS M 2-1 iM 0-2 Wayland Academy St. Mary ' s Burlington Kettle Moraine Lutheran Notre Dame St. Joan Antida Wayland Academy Racine Lutheran Heritage Christian Shoreland Lutheran St. Mary ' s Burlington Notre Dame Northwestern Prep Union Grove Racine Lutheran Union Grove Shoreland Lutheran Wayland Academy Northwestern Prep The 1984 Volleyball team had a very successful season. Although the overall record, as far as wins and losses, may not reflect the success by ordinary standards, great progress in skills and team play were accomplished. The team was lead by captain, Lisa Spearmon, and Stacy Kuchta, two very dedicated seniors who will be missed next year. Highlights of the season in-lude victories over Wayland Academy, Heritage Christian, and Union Grove Christian. In Regional play, USM won a comeback victory over Wayland Academy. USM lost the first game 10-15, but rallied t o win the last two games, with the help of Molly Foley ' s consistent serving, 16-14, 15-11. We anticipate another fine season next year and hope to improve our overall record with the help of a core group of returning juniors including Erin Masson, Irene Mamalakis, Rebecca Saliture, loula Theoharis, Carrie Tuttle, Sara West, and next year ' s captains, Molly Foley and Candy Yashiro. VP: Lisa Spearmon IP: Maggie Hanson :ond Team All-Conference: Molly Foley and Stacy Kuchta Volleyball 37 38 Volleyball Volleyball 39 WINTER Winter Sports SPORTS Winter Sports 41 SWIMMING V A R I Y First Row: Maggie Hanson, Jennifer Uihlein, Stephanie Stephens, Anne Zaiser, Amy Pellegrin Second Row: Ken Habeck, Chip Doering, Daphne Seaman, Brooks Stephenson, Mike Winters, Doug Mellencamp Third Row: Andy WiUiams, CharUe Schroeder, Susie Wigdale 1 jj n 5 . 42 Due to lack of widespread interest, the swim team this year was run on a club basis, made possible only by the efforts of captains Rory Savas and Susie Wigdale. Though they only participated in two meets this year, one against St. John ' s Academy and the other against South Division, the Swamprats made an admirable appearance and have shown the school a commitment to a sport that, with their continued effort, will hopefully regain popular support in the coming years. Special thanks to Susie, for her active involvement and extreme effort in reviving a struggling program. - v 0) 2 " " ss «m3 , « - : 4«- » Swimming 43 .. iL-A. " 44 Swimming BOYS ' BASKETBALL KNEELING: Jimmy Lee. MIDDLE; Terrence Whitten, Mike Darrow, Mike Grebe, Coach Colondro, Scott Matchette, Dewey Martin, Bob Stocking. BACK: Alex Palermo, Justin Brown, Dan Grunau, Fred Bergman, Mike Carlson, Dan Hess. LEFT TO RIGHT: Raymond Jones, Tony Close, T.J. Aiken, David Kohl, Coach Forti, Tom Roddis, Steve Davis, Donnie Harrell, Jon McBride Boys ' Basketball 45 Basketball RECORD. W-16 L-8 Regional Champs Super Area Champs State Runner-up USM 91 - 34 Nor thwestern Military USM 52 - 45 Shoreland USM 51- 49 Notre Dame USM 35 - 45 Prairie USM 65 -57 Racine Lutheran USM 76 - 78 Blitz Holland USM 67 - 63 Kimbria Holland USM 64 - 42 Aachen West Germany USM 77 - 68 Kaypro Holland USM 64 - 53 St. Marys USM 32 - 49 Shoreland USM 46 - 70 Martin Luther USM 42 - 57 Notre Dame USM 61 - 60 Prairie (overtime) USM 86 - 61 Parkway USM 66 - 61 Racine Lutheran (overtime) USM 42 - 44 St. John ' s USM 52 - 42 St. Mary ' s USM 60 - 74 Martin Luther USM 62 - 52 St. John ' s Regionals: USM 68 - 63 Waupun Christian USM 52 - 50 Kettle Moraine Luth. Super Area: USM 62 - 32 Prairie STATE FINALS: USM 45 - 62 Nothwestern Prep MOST VALUABLE: Terrence Whitten MOST IMPROVED: Mike Grebe THIS YEAR ' S CAPTAINS: Bob Stocking Terrence Whitten MR. HUSTLE: Drew Sawyer TOP DEFENSIVE: Mike Grebe TOP REBOUNDER: Justin Brown What do you mean its not water in those bottles?! Basketball 47 48 Basketball HOCKEY Back: Slade McGauran, Bob Dengel, David Ells, Tom Gebhardt, Bill Gebhardt, Alby Gallun, Mack Borges. Center: Coach Uncle MacDonald, Reik Read, Jack VanDyke, Matt Tector, Scott Williams, Eric Stillman, Charlie Doering, Coach Bill Haury. Front: John Lambie, Sean Smith, Joel Dahlman, Greg VanFossen, Eric Olsen, Bob Bell, Rick Kasten. Sitting: Pat Moerchen, Jeff Williams V A R S I T Y Back: Mike MacNeil, Pat Moerchen, Tom Buettner, Leslie Bardes, John Grigsby, George Perkins, Skip McGreger. Center: Coach Uncle MacDonald, Joel Dahlman, Jack VanDyke, Tom Buestren, Ted Gust, Charlie Brennan, Bill Vogel, Pat Maloney, Coach Bill Haury. Front: Mark Christensen, Alex Morasco, Nick Howell, Mike Felger, Jeff Cann, Corby Lenz, Jeff Williams, Brooks Stevens Hockey 49 so Hockey VARSITY RECORD: W - 14 L - 16 T - 1 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Greg Van Fossen MOST IMPROVED PLAYER: Matt Tector THIS YEAR ' S CAPTAIN: Greg Van Fossen USM 1 - 9 Culver USM - 11 Culver USM 1 - 4 St. Joseph ' s USM 2 - 5 Madison West USM 1 - 6 St. Mary ' s Springs USM 6 - 4 Janesville Craig USM 1 - 3 Ashwaubenon USM 4 - Marist USM 5 - 3 Marist USM 6 - 5 St. Joseph ' s USM 2 - 6 Mt. Carmel USM 5 - 4 St. Mary ' s Springs (OT) USM 1 - 11 Madison Memorial USM 3 - 8 Madison East USM 5 - 3 Goodrich USM 7 - 3 Zion USM 5 - 2 Janesville Craig USM 2 - 2 Loyola (Chicago) USM 2 - 3 Ashwaubenon USM 12 - 1 Zion USM 9 - 2 Janesville Parker USM 5 - 5 DePere (OT) USM - 7 Culver USM 1 - Premontre USM 1 - 2 Waupun (OT) USM 3 - 5 Goodrich USM 2 - 14 Madison West USM 5 - 2 Madison Edgewood USM 0- 1 St. Mary ' s Springs USM 2 - 1 Madison Edgewood USM 1 - 5 St. Mary ' s Springs 2nd PI lace - State Private School Tournament 3rd PI ace • - Midwest Tournament Hockey 51 52 Hockey GIRLS ' BASKETBALL BACK: loula Theoharis, Molly Foley, Katy Marringa, Bitsy Mueller, Karen Hartwig. FRONT: Coach Seegers, Candy Yashiro, Susie Wagner, Sarah Kuesel, Jessica Barvvig. Girls ' Basketball 53 RECORD: W-10 L-5 USM 22 - 42 St. Joan Antida USM 30 - 17 Wayland Academy 14 University Lake School 33 Racine Prairie 30 Brookfield Academy 57 Shoreland Lutheran 54 St. Mary ' s Burhngton 17 Notre Dame 35 Racine Lutheran 55 Shoreland Lutheran 43 Racine Lutheran 21 Notre Dame USM 37 - ' 62 St. Mary ' s Burlington USM 43 - 34 Racine Prairie USM 32 - 27 Wayland Academy 3rd Place- Midwest Classic Conference WISAA CLASS A REGIONAL: USM 34 - 48 DSHA MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Sarah Kuesel MOST IMPROVED PLAYERS: Karen Hartwig Katy Marringa THIS YEAR ' S CAPTAINS: Sarah Kuesel Kathryn Quadracci USM 48 USM 35 USM 45 USM 21 USM 27 USM 48 USM 40 USM 36 USM 49 USM 35 54 Girls Basketball Girls Basketball 55 GYMNASTICS Back: Anne Jennings, Stephanie Black, Rachael Friedman, Jianne Stocking, Amy Laiken, Beth Kohl, Rachael Clark, Front: Cam Swanson, Jackie Graham, Connie Gute, Sue Sue Maleki, Sohaila Maleki, Dae Mellencamp, Mrs. Ahner 56 Gymnastics mm oM MOST VALUABLE PLAYER;Connie Gute MOST IMPROVED PLAYER: Sohaila Maleki THIS YEARS CAPTAINS: Connie Gute SueSue Maleki OPPONENT CLASS USM OPP MPS Invitational IV 63.71 West Allis Central IV 63.56 80.25 III 62.60 38.35 Opt 46.7 73.50 MPS Invitational III 80.38 Custer IV 76.95 60.54 III 40.2 71.76 Opt 56.96 73.94 Shorewood Invitational 50.79 Nathan Hale IV 83.54 86.59 III 46.30 53.70 Opt 14.10 90.65 Port Washington IV III 83.84 41.50 Opt 62.58 85.55 Menomonee Falls IV III 76.0 57.30 Opt 63.16 95.61 Grafton IV III 81.66 62.40 Opt 57.05 96.32 Gymnastics 57 liilllll ' • . i fau ' ' ' ■ ' ■-- ' " • ■ ■ ' ' ■ i Mi f :i WlK. CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL MILWAUKEE presents A FLY BY NIGHT PRODUCTION THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS ADAPTED AND DIRECTED BY DALE GUTZMAN BASED UPON PETER BROOKS PRODUCTION USING A SCRIPT BY JEAN CLAUDE CARRIERS BASED UPON A KJEM BY FARID UDDI ATTAR V " U ms 60 Drama THE STORY: A NATION OF BIRDS IN CRISIS XViD URGED ON BY ONE OF THEIR FLOCK, THE HOOPOE, CHART A PATH TO FIND THEIR UNSEEN LEADER . THE BIRDS: IN ORDER OF LANDING THE HOOPOE BRUCE WERNER POLLY THE PARROT MONICA RICKETTS DARLING NIKKI NIGHTENGALE WENDY BUHKE EDDIE EXOTIC BIRD JOHN CH.HISVi::SEII EXA EXOTIC BIRD JENNIFER PARSONS PAUL PIDGEON KEN HJ ECK JENNY JUNGLEBIRD LIGAYA AQUINO PEARL PARTRIDGE BRIGITTE THOMAS CAROLYN COCKATEAU STACEY JONES OLIVER OWL ZACH SANCES HELEN HERON KAI WEDEL DONNIE DUCK BEN ZARWELL GWEN THE GUILTY BIRD HEATHER DEACON SHAUNEE. SPARROW SAM BECKER HARRY HAWK ANDY SKSELS DEPI DOVE JESSICA BROWNELL PATRICIA PEACOCK EILEEN CAVANAUGH FREDDY FALCON, MARK WALTHER SIMORGH KARA HUGHES TECHNICAL DIRECTION BY MARK WALTHER LIGHTING BY ERIC Ci£RIST ;SE:; THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION. THE PRODUCTION WILL LAST ABOUT AN HOUR AND TWENTY MINUTES. AUDITION WON ' T YOU FOR OUR NEXT PRODUCTION AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL COMEDY ■FLASH GORDON " WRITTEN BY DALE GUTZMAK AND ERNEST BRUSUBARDIS, Drama 61 62 Dr Drama 63 rXIVEllSITY SCHOO L OF MILWAUKEE PRESENTS A ROMANTIC MUSICAL WRITTEN DIRECTED BY DALE GUTZMAN MUSIC BY ERNEST BRUSUBARDIS 8:00P.M. 2VPRIL Ji2,Ji3,Jl4 FRL, SAT., SUN., CALL 552-6000 EXT. 852 TICKETS $5.00 64 Drama Drama 65 The TRIDENT would like to note that it was necessary to use rehearsal pictures due to the late production date of the play. Thank you 66 Drama ■■ ' i. A-». - THE TRIDENT Standing: Advisor Kate Eisner, Drew Sawyer, Rob Langraf, Eric Vogel, Tony Schwartz, Bill Haitwig, Sitting: Vickie Maholias, Anne Zaiser, Candy Yashiro, Grace Roddis, Karen Hartwig, Sarah Lang, Rebecca Saliture, Sara West. Missing: David Cohen 68 The Tr CUM LAUDE Back Row: Drew Sawyer, Andrew Williams, Wendy Rotter, John Annen Front Row: Stacey Kuchta, Sarah Lang, Maria Acevedo, Matt Junker Missing: Kathy Dahlman, Eric Vogel, Nancy Gottschlich The Cum Laude Society was established in 1906 " to promote learning and sound scholarship in secondary schools " by recognizing outstanding students across the country. The Society ' s motto is: ARETE (Excellence) DIKE (Justice) TIME (Honor) The word Arete includes the concept of excellence in the moral sense and is not limited to the ideal of superiority in scholarship, nor does it involve the endeavor of competing primarily for academic grades. The word Dike includes the concept of what is suitable and appropriate as well as just. An interpretation of the word Time includes the concept of dignity and true worth as well as honor. The Greek words carry with them far more than literal translation suggests, and surely the founders of the Society had in mind the broader concepts of these words. NATIONAL MERIT Every year, high school juniors throughout the country take the PSAT. Their scores are reported to the National Merit Corporation, and those lucky enough to score in the top 0.5% are named as National Merit Semi- finalists. They then become eligible for National Merit Scholarships, a highly regarded distinction. Congratulations to those students who received the National Merit Awards. Your achievement istruly commendable. Back Row: Jay Lott, Ken Goldberg, John Annen Front Row: Sarah Lang, Colleen Locke, Matt Junker Missing: Mike Grebe Cum Laude National Merit 69 CLASS OFFICERS SENIORS JUNIORS Vice President- Connie Gute Secretarv- Beth Kohl President- Charlie Doering Treasurer Boys Matt Junker Treasurer Girls- Sarah Kuesel Treasurer Boys- Garrett Nodell Treasurer Girls- Liza Bischoff SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Vice President- Stephanie Stephens President- Alice Chang Secretary- Angela Townsend Vice President- Dan Felger s ' r Secretary- Brenda Peirce ' VtSi Wfi k. President- Donald Bae w k. ' Treasurer Boys- Cam Swanson Treasurer Girls- Judy Chung Treasurer Boys- Jeff Williams Treasurer Girls- Jenny Parsons 70 Class Officers THE CHARTER Front: John Lambie. 2nd Row: Grace Roddis, Ken Goldberg, Colleen Locke, Maria Acevedo, Kathryn Quadracci, Karen Hartwig. 3rd Row: John Annen, Pete Mahnke, Liz Kritzik, Martin Sances, Vicki Griffith, Jim Landgraf, Ted Loos, Tony Schwartz, David Axelrod. 4th Row: Matt Junker, Robert Mueller, Jay Lott. This year. The Charter has again proved itself to be one of USM ' s better pubHcations. The staff and the editors " cranked out " over 100,000 words, most of which almost made consistently produced articles of acceptable quality, though a slightly snow-covered assistant editor did have to edit a few. Throughout the year, the Charter staff made a genuine effort to let the truth be known and, in the process, learned a few things about how the school really operates as well. The articles published were of distinguished style, of great interest to the USM community, and a worthwhile contribution to the betterment of the school. Editor-in-Chief Matt Junker Assistant Editor Jay Lott News Editor Maria Acevedo Sports Editor Karen Hartwig Features Editor Colleen Locke Culture Editor Susie Wigdale Forum Editor Ken Goldberg Cartoon Editor Andy Skeels Eighth Grade Liason Erin Masson Layout Coordinators Grace Roddis, Liz Kritzik Business Manager Kathryn Quadracci Asst. Business Manager Robert Mueller Advisor Ken Smith The Charter staff wants to thank the Trident for doing an especially fine job on the 1985 yearbook. It is one which we will cherish and keep in our hearts forever. We acknowledge your superiority and only hope that one day we can aspire to your level of achievement. (Well- Looks like we got the last laugh!) (The Trident staff) Charter 71 CLOSE - UP Close-Up is a program open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are interested in learning about the American pohtical process firsthand. Students spend a week in Washington in May meeting with Senators, Congressmen, Cabinet members, journalists, and lobbyists as well as touring various government agencies. Mr. Bruemmer was the advisor- chaperone in 1985. 1st Row: Martin Sances, Angela Townsend, Susie Easom, Alice Chang, Stephanie Stephens 2nd Row: Pete Mahnke, Bill Hartwig, Jim Landgraf, David Axelrod, Ted Loos, Mr. Bruemmer 3rd Row: Jim Blahut, Joel Dahlman, Brad Holz, Charles Mellowes CURRENT EVENTS This year the Current Events Club sponsored a major political forum on the 1984 election here on campus and several field trips to lectures at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee and Marquette University. The club is open to all students who are interested in furthering their understanding of current political issues. Close-Up Current Events Back: Steven Lempke, Ken Goldberg, Annie Walker, Sara West, Liz Kritzik, David Axelrod, Karen Hartwig, Jim Blahut. Next: Peter Mahnke, Eric Vogel, Sarah Lang, Garrett Nodeil, Charles Mellows, Mr. Bruemmer, John Annen. Then: Maria Acevedo, Grace Roddis, Vicki Griffith, Angela Townshend. Front: Matt Junker, Connie Gute, Alice Chang, Martin Sances. Back Row: Stacey Jones, Wendy Berke, Andy Williams, Maria Acevedo Front Row: Charlie Schroeder, Mike Grebe STUDENT COUNCIL Back Row: Jack Van Dyke, Charlie Doering, Wendy Berke, Grace Roddis Front Row: Kelly Mitchell, Diane Stratton, Alicia Vogel, Maria Acevedo, Stacey Jones, Donald Bae Prefects . Student Council 73 LA CONNECTION FRANCAISE 1st row: Tim Hollister, Grace Roddis, Sanda Pecina, Molly Caan, Melissa Marasco, Liza Bischoff, Angie Townsend, Lisa Spearmon, Mrs. Ragen, Martin Sances 2nd row: Courtnay Daniels, Stephanie Stephens, Garrett Nodell, Liz Kritzik, Alice Chang, Ken Goldberg, Jay Jasper, Katie Marringa 3rd row: Elisa Tharps, Elizabeth Emory, Susie Easom, Jill Kessler The German Club has this year pursued two goals: to promote knowledge and appreciation of German language and culture at USM and in the community, and to increase awareness at USM of the importance of the German tradition to our own school, which is a descendant of the German-English Academy, founded in 1851. For each of the past three years we have received recognition for Summerfest projects portraying contributions of German immigrants to Wisconsin and the United States. Annually we celebrate the German spring Karneval season with a Fasching party; and we show feature German films by noted German Filmakers. Our acitvities are financed by bake sales and prize money from our Summerfest projects. President: Sara West Vice President: Eric Olsen Secretary: Irene Mamalakis Bake Sales: Rebecca Saliture Historian: Andy Skeels 74 La Connection Francaise Die Nibelungen Annie Walker, Ina Warriner, Bitsy Mueller, Molly Foley, Carrie Tuttle In its third year. La Connection Francaise is thriving. The main purpose of the club is to promote interest in French culture and language. All year long, we have been holding bake sales and donating all proceeds to the Statue of Liberty Restoration fund. In October, we went to the Art Institute of Chicago to see a touring exhibit of French paintings called A Day In The Country. For the holiday season, our members brought cheers to a Nursing Home and were much appreciated. We also put up a tree and decorated the halls of the South Building. Second semester activities included a French dinner prepared by the club ' s members, a breakfast at La Petite France, a visit to French landmarks, speaking French during lunch at the French Table, viewing French movies and attending meetings of L ' Alliance Francaise. DIE NIBELUNGEN Back row: Rebecca Saliture, Erin Masson, Carrie Tuttle, Candy Yashiro, JoAnn Tolentino, Irene Mamalakis, front row: Dr. Borth, John Annen, Eric Olson, Sara West, Ben Zarwell, Andy Skeels PAPAGAYO r Standing; Stacy Kuchta, Maria Acevedo, Maura Richards, Catherine Rudloff, Kathy Dahlman, Stephanie Stephens, Elizabeth Emory, Sitting; Ken Goldberg, Missy Jennings, Katie Wilson, Sanda Pecina, Laura Spooner, Jill Kessler AFS CLUB Our club aims to help the school community learn about and strive for a common ideal of communication with the peoples of the world. We work to generate interest in other cultures and thereby to help reduce barriers between countries. We pursue these goals by assisting the school AFS chapter with fundraising, publicity, and recruiting of host families; by organizing visits to our school of foreign students, and by serving as liason between the greater AFS organization and the school community. President: Colleen Locke Vice Pres.: Jay Jasper Executive Council Member: Susie Wigdale Executive Council Member: Nancy Gottschlich Standing; Lisa Spearmon, Sana Pecina, Dr. Borth, Kristy Schmidt, Sara West, Jay Jasper, Maura Richards, Ina Warriner Kneeling: Maria Acevedo, Laura Spooner, Colleen Locke, Candy Yashiro, Esra Konak, Vicki Griffith Executive Council Member: Ina Warriner Papagayo AFS 75 G R O U P Front Row: Ernie, Despina Papageorge, Monica Ricketts, Melissa Marasco, SueSue Maleki, Beth Kohl, Susie O ' Connor, Anne Zaiser Back Row: Ben Zarwell, Cam Swanson, Tom Buestrin, Charlie Schroeder, Charlie Doering, Bob Bell, Pete Blommer G R O U P Sitting: Carrie Tultle, JoAnn Tolontino, Stephanie Stephens, Susie Easom, Sarah Kuesel 2nd row: Kathy Dahlman, Laura Hoffman, Eva Soldan, Nancy Gottschlich, Brigitte Thomas, Grace Roddis, Judy Chung, Sam Becker 3rd row: Steve Lemcke, Andy Reubenstein, Philip Stockton, Skip MacGregor, Jack VanDyke, Ken Habeck, Garrette Nodell, Connie Gute, Liza Bischoff 4th row: Alby Gallun, Slade McGauran, Reik Read, David Ells, Scott Williams, Steve Davis ' 6 Chorus VARSITY CHORALE SWING CHOIR VARSITY CHORALE: in pictures: Connie Gute, Beth Kohl, Rick Olsen, Garrett Nodell, Nancy Gottschlich, Anne Zaiser, Liza Bischoff, JoAnn Tolentino, Carrie Tuttle, Charhe Schroeder, CharMe Doering, Tom Buestrin, Kathy Dahlman SWING CHOIR: in pictures; David Ells, Amy Pelligren, Charlie Schroeder, SueSue Maleki, Connie Gute, Melissa Marasco, Monica Ricketts C L ) Phorale Swing C jgjj y ACADEMIC DECATHLON Competing for the first time in the Wisconsin Academic Decathlon, the nine-member USM team, coached by Mr. Bruemmer and Mr. Peck, finished second in the Milwaukee regional and eighth in the state finals in Madison in February. Team members competed in ten events: history, English languarg and literature, mathematics, science, fine arts, economics, essay-writing, public speaking, personal interview, and the superquiz on futurism. Several Upper School faculty conducted " teach- ins " in their fields to prepare the team for competition. 1st row: Mr. Pack, Vicki Griffith, Candy Yashiro, Grace Roddis, Mr. Bruemmer 2nd row: Karen Hartwig, Garrett Nodell, Rebecca Saliture, 3rd row: Sara West, Matt Junker, Rob Mueller PEER FACILITATORS The Peer Facilitators began in 1984 from concerns expressed by the students that there was no one for them to talk with about things that were bothering them- that is, their day to day concerns that didn ' t seem major enough or weren ' t appropriate to talk to an advisor. The Peer " facilitator " or " advocate " is someone who is trained in listening skills and who can help a peer work through some of these " problems " . They are not counselors or advice givers. They are sensitive to another person ' s feelings, and are available to listen and to help the peer clarify his own thoughts about his concern. The program includes listening skills, how to respond, and how to refer if a problem is more than the facilitator can handle. After training is complete, the facilitators become active in the school community. Confidentiality is stressed; group support is given to the facilitators. We hope that in the future there will be a specific class period available for training, facilitators will be assigned to advisor groups, and that these students will be used in areas where their sensitive listening skills can be utilized. Missing: Mimi Spiro, Ingrid Bromberg, David Ells, Tracy MacNeil, Charles Grausz, Vicky Bell, Claire Ritchie, Mike Grebe, David Fetter, Anne Zaiser, Wendy Burke, Brigitte Thomas, Ina Warriner, Amy Pelligren, Rory Savas 78 Academic Decathlon Peer Advocates Standing: Charles Mellowes, Sarah Lang, Tim HoUister Seated: Kristen Schmidt, Sara West H ob t—- 1 K JP Mw ■- is m j r H M gd H WMm m ' W H ' iHJI Top to Bottom: Deipina Papegeorge, Alice Chang, Susie Easom, Amy Pelligren, Vicki Griffith, Ehzabeth Emory Missing: Rachel Clark, Amy Laiken, Mimi Spiro, Coleen Locke, Leslie Tector, Monica Rickets, Kara Hughes. Missy Jennings, Eva Soldan, Stephanie Stephens STUDENT CAUSE C H E E R L E A D E R S Front: Candy Yashiro, Maura Richards, Jay Jasper, Stacey Jones, Back: Ken Goldberg, Kristin Schmidt, Sara West Missing: Erin Masson, Eva Soldan, Charles Grausz, Gerard Wallace, Karen Brown, Kathy Lanier, Tan Handley, Dana Little, Marlin Ford, Jakki Graham Cheerleaders Student Cause 79 PEP CLUB Back; Elizabeth Emory. Vicki Griffith, Susie Easom, Alice Amy Pellegrin. Chang. Front: Katie Marringa, Despina Papageorge, (Pep Club-Cheerleaders . . . same difference.) «n Pep Club SCIENCE TEAM Back: Liz Kritzik, Drew Sawyer, Kathryn Quadracci, Matt Tector, Martin Sances. Front: John Annen, John Lambie, Matt Junker, Ken Goldberg, Maura Richards. CHESS NUTS Back: Mr. Hughes, Matt Tector, Cory Ondrejka, Middle: John Lambie. Front: John Annen, Matt Junker, Mr. Hughes ' hand, Ken Goldberg, Maura Richards, Chess Symbol. Science Chess 81 Is it snow? Intelligence turns her on! Extra- Russian spy steals top secret Lovett files HEADMASTER Robert D. Johnston B.A. Allegheny HEAD OF UPPER SCHOOL Francis W. Lovett B.A. Wesleyan University M.A. Northwestern ASSOCIATE HEADMASTER Virgil D. Metzler B.S. Ferris State College Advanced studies at U. of Michigan and U of Kentucy ASSISTANT HEAD OF UPPER SCHOOL Mary Y. Basson B.A. Villa Madonna M.A. U. of Detroit DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS John A. Stephens B.A. Amherst M.A.T. Harvard 84 Faculty FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Ernest Brusubardis B M. Wisconsin Conservatory of Music MM. Wisconsin Conservatory of Music ART DEPARTMENT PHOTOGRAPHY Katherine Eisner B.S. University of Wisconsin MA University of Wisconsin " To make enduring photographs, it is far more important to know about the inner workings of the human mind and soul- for the heart and mind are the true lens of the camera. " -Yousuf Karsh ART DEPARTMENT William Colondro B.S.E. University of Wisconsin-Whitewater ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Donald S. Forti, Jr. B A. William Penn M.S. Springfield Faculty 85 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Lowell MacDonald B.A. St. Mary ' s M.Ed. University of Pittsburgh COMPUTER DEPARTMENT James Margenau B.S. University of Wisconsin M.S. University of Wisconsin COMPUTER DEPARTMENT Philip Sanders B.S. University of Iowa 86 Faculty CHAIRMAN OF THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT WiUard F. Solie ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mary P. Hill B.A. University of Illinois M.A. University of Illinois " Take time to be friendly . . It is the road to happiness. Take time to laugh . It is music of the soul. Take time to play It is the secret of perpetual youth Take time to read It is the fountain of wisdom. Take time to work It is the price of success. " ENGLISH DEPARTMENT DRAMA DEPARTMENT Dale Gutzman B S. University of Wisconsin Faculty 87 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT James M. Laing B.A. Dartmouth M.A. Colgate ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mary Y. Basson B.A. Villa Madonna M.A. University of Detroit " Nothing succeeds like success. " fiwf mf i ENGLISH DEPARTMENT S. Michael Dentice —I :i. Ph.B. Marquette - M.A. Marquette 88 Faculty i CHAIRMAN OF THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT Stephen j. Bruemmer A.B Dartmouth College M.A. University of Wisconsin " The world is before you, and you need not take it or leave it as it was when you came in " -James Baldwin %(iL- ' HISTORY DEPARTMENT Carol V. Drummond B.A. Duke University MAT. Duke University HISTORY DEPARTMENT Kenneth L. Smith A.B University of Georgia Ph.D. William and Mary Faculty 89 CHAIRMAN OF THE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Richard A. Borth B.A. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill MA, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Ph.D. University of Nebraska " Esse quam Videri " (To be rather than to seem) -North Carolina State Motto LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Yvette Ragen B.A. Universite de Nancy (France) C.A.P. Academie de Bar-Le-Duc (France) ' l| LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Frank A. Roberts B.A. Denison University MA. Middlebury ?0 Faculty CHAIRMAN OF THE MATH DEPARTMENT Thomas B. Bergen B.A. University of New Hampshire LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Jane Passman B.A Boston University MA. Bryn Mawr LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Catherine Rudloff B.A. University of Kentucky M.S. Ed Purdue " ... we all must select destinations since tfiis is our destiny, the best course is to commit ourselves as fully as possible at each destination. " -James Durham (Mr. Bergen is on the left in the picture at right.) MATH DEPARTMENT Carl F. John B.S.M.E. Cornell Faculty 91 MATH DEPARTMENT Katherine W. Brown B.A. Mount Holyoke College " The creative alternative to instant Knowledge is study. " -William Brown " the greatest tragedy is not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the apalling silence of the good people. " -Martin Luther King MATH DEPARTMENT COLLEGE COUNSELING Edward H. Shuster B.A. Hobart MA. Middlebury " There is no place you ' d rather be. " MATH DEPARTMENT Thomas Hughes B.A. University of Wisconsin MA. University of Wisconsin SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST CHILD PSYCHOLOGY Richard E. Wilke B.S. University of Wisconsin M.S. University of Wisconsin The Gestalt Prayer I do my thing, and you do your thing. 1 am not in this world to live up to your expectations And you are not in this world to live up to mine You are you and I am I, And if by chance we find each other, it ' s beautiful. If not, it cant be helped. -Frederick S. Perls 2 Faculty SCIENCE DEPARTMENT William B. Church B.A. Hamilton M.A. Hamilton " What is worth doing is worth doing well CHAIRMAN OF THE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Gardner Friedlander SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Charlotte Olsen - IhE A.B Ripon Procrastination is the thief of time. " -Edward Young Faculty 93 w ' •• 5 -y 1 f yi ' mA SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Brian Pack B.S. University of Wisconsin SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Thomas R. Richardson B.A. Lawrence University M.S. Marquette University HEAD LIBRARIAN Susan A. Allen B.A. University of Wisconsin M.L.S. University of WI-Milwaukee UPPER SCHOOL NURSE Mary Farley 94 Faculty - . UPPER SCHOOL SECRETARY Audrey H. Arndt Secretarial Diploma Miss Brown ' s School of Business " Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one ' s own sunshine ' -Ralph Waldo Emerson (A. Arndt on left, her brother Al on right.) ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT Katherine Hardy ' Dum Spiro, Spero " SECRETARY TO THE HEADMASTER Susan Miller Back: Julia Perket, Julia Albrecht. Front: Dorothy Thompson, Rose Wimmer, Marian Honish. Frank Cianciolo, Frank Buss Faculty 95 " You know Bill, 1 always thought M-Squad was supposed to be only PART of the class. ' " Why Mr. Solie, that ' s very good! " L to R: Andy Rubinstein, Brooks Stephenson, ' j Mark Christensen, Heather Deacon Standing: Donald Bae, Dan Abram, Jenny Young Sitting: Katy Marringa Standing: Sam Belfer, Jeff Williams, Kathrin Wedel Sitting: Suzanne Barrow 98 Freshmen L to R: Jenny Parsons, Lynette Jackson, Marlin Ford, Ted Gust L to R: Dan Felger, Daphne Seamen, Julie Schwartz, Dan Friedberg Freshmen 99 L to R: Robin Hazelwood, Jennifer Uihlein, Rachel Friedman, David Kohl, Skip McGregor ' 5w ::« ■: . ■ -S s. Standing: David Oldberg, Pat Maloney, Robert Joseph, Corbett Lenz Sitting: Laura Mackey 100 Freshmen Standing: Ameet Kamath, Jason VVisnei Sitting: Leslie Bardes, Linda Zabors Standing: Kathy Lanier, Dennis Wenger, T.J Aiken, Jessica Barwig Sitting: Jakki Graham, Susie Wagner Freshmen 101 Standing: Cass Stephens, Kelly Mitchell, Colin Kelly, Jianne Stocking Sitting: Stephanie Black, Jessica Brownell k ¥ Y-ij B " ' r 1 Standing: David Pellegrin, Mike Cudahy Sitting: Pat Moerchen, Clarissa del Rosario, Leah Fetter I Standing: Jodi Polacheck, Nick Howell, Mike Felger Sitting: Sohaila Maleki 102 Freshmen Standing: Sumaira Hassan, Brenda Peirce, Tangenika Handley Sitting: Laura Hoffman L to R: George Perkins, Mike MacNeil, Raymond Jones, Cory Ondrejka Freshmen 103 After Ernie 1. M Test? .... Tomorrow?! ... Anti-Differentiation?!! Standing: Sandy Ettinger, Joel Dahlman Sitting; Humaira Hassan, Elizabeth Emory L to R: Joel Quadracci, Natalia Fudim, Tony Schwartz lOti Sophomores L to R: Ben Zarwell, Craig Mattson, Mimi Spiro ,i« ,. .J - ■ ■w t l_ Fj k. -i . - , Si- ' ■ ' Standing; Ted Loos Sitting: Dae Mellencamp, Dana Little L to R: David Axelrod, Jim Blahut, Angela Townsend ! «l I Sophomores 107 Standing: Amy Laiken, Geoff Caan, Jim Landgraf Sitting: Martin Sances, Sarah Sokol Standing: Stephanie Stephens, Tony Close, Tom Buestrin Sitting: LesUe Tector L to R: Bill Vogel, Ingrid Bromberg, Judy Chung, Scott Williams 108 Sophomores Standing: Rachael Clark, Mike Carlson Sitting: Peter Blommer, Susie Bell L to R: Bill Hartwig, Chad Fryjoff, Amy Loughlin, Natasha Meyers L to R: Terrence Whitten, Bob Bell, Jack Van Dyke Sophomores 109 Standing: Eric Stillman, Nick Wedel Sitting: Alice Chang, Elisa Tharps, Carol Kraninger L to R: Cam Swanson, Brooks Stevens, Susie Easom, Sam Becker, Donny Harre lllllk« Standing: Charles Mellowes, Peter Mahnke Sitting: Brad Holz, Jill Kessler, Anne Jennings 110 Sophomores Psst! This is Mr. Hughes ' test disc! Candids 111 L to R: Mike Darrow, Sara West, Courtney Daniels, Bruce Werner L to R: Liza Bischoff, Anne Zaiser, Vicki Griffith, Liza Zito, Meg Borges 114 Juniors Standing: Liz Kritzik, Perry Lea Sitting: Beth Kohl, Kristy Schmidt L to R: Jay Saletra, Mea Aquino, Annie Walker, Chris Banzhaf Juniors 115 Clockwise: Mark Walther, Susie O ' Connor, Ina Warriner, loula Theoharis, David Ells, Molly Foley, Susie Fieweger Standing: Robbe Mellencamp, Sanda Pecina, Tracy MacNeil, Rebecca Saliture Sitting: Sue-Sue Maleki, Melissa Marasc o Standing: Reik R ad, Steve Lemcke, Chris Peirce Sitting: Grace Roddis, Jimmy Lee 116 Juniors Standing: Rob Stockton, Dewey Martin Sitting: Laura Spooner, Connie Gute Standing: Shawn Smith, Matt Hanrahan Sitting: Karen Hartwig, Sarah Kindt Juniors 117 L to R: Richard Fuller, JoAnn Tolentino, Doug Meller camp, Bill Gebhardt L to R: Tom Gebhardt, Patty Ferrer, Carrie Tuttle, Ben Checota, Scott Matchette 118 Juniors L to R: Garrett Nodell, Brigitte Thomas, Rick Olsen L to R: Candy Yashiro, Katie Wilson, Dan Wirth, Charles Brennan Juniors 119 Standing: David Fetter, Charlie Doering Already Taken: Connie Gute, Tracy MacNeil, Sarah Weigell, Beth Kohl, Courtney Daniels Standing: Charlie Kuehn, Gerard Wallace, Justin Brown Sitting: Missy Jennings, Alison Levit Already Taken: Charlie Doering, Eva Solden 120 Juniors ■ " •fce- I Wn V ' T ' t t l fat ' ? «a%fe 1 ♦ ' ' «■ M . ' -iJH ' n . ' • »« y MARIA ALEJANDRA ACEVEDO The most precious moment in human development is the creatures assertion that she is unlike any other human being, and has an individual contribution to make in the world. -Jane Addams You ' ve been reading some old letters. -The The Your friends will know you better in the first minute you meet that your acquaintance will know you in a thousand years. -Richard Bach Las cosas nunca son como a primera vista nos figuramos -Camilio Jose Cela ACE pretty, studious,what more could you ask for? . . perfect perfect A.P.Bio scholar ... Vi St. Marys Sundays . . . " Sorrv it ' s not Gucci! journalist . . . study much? ... you crazy! . . Brooke Shields ... L Avocado . . . turned funny senior year . . . would like a slave, but would prefer a FRIEDMAN . . . SCM Pres. . . . asks the most questions SKY is her guy ... Miss Brown . . . " she ' s so insecure " . . The Graduate . . . naive . . . Sergio . . . " Sorry guys. It ' s family night . left her MARC on a cruise ship ... Mr Pack ' s pet . . Bring me a bucket! " I just said it for the sake of argument " . freshnian come unto her " 1 3 Ramon ' s Screwballs . . . slobberhouse ... has developed her own clothes style . . . awesome creature . . . Fry . . . ' a LJM club . . alias Brooke ... got a huge phone BILL fresh, and sophmore year . . Mooria Astavego . . . Dr Maria Acevedo,neurosurgeon in eigth grade . . . kinky hair . . . RAYMOND JOHN ANNEN III Pet dinosaur . . . cave man . . . Rudy the llama runs the scoreboard sense of humor . . . lives for weekdays . . . V4 A.P. Physics always right- he thinks . . . argues with Mr. Church . programs his calculator ... ' z German V . . . Chess nut ... Math Wizard . taught Chemistry jr. year . . . makes funny noises in his spare time teaches Mr. Sanders . . . wicked looking . . . Does his car work yet?! 122 Acevedo Annen GARY MAURICE ESPINAS AQUINO Be unafraid of new ideas, new theories and new philosophies. Have the curiosity to experiment ... to test and try new ways of living and thinking. " - Wilfred A. Peterson You may excel In knowledge of their tongue, And universal ties may bind you close to them; But what they say and how they feel- Thc subtler details of their meaning. Thinking, feeling, reaching- Thesc are closed to you and me for ever more. - G. Adali-Mortty The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. - Aristotle Not to enlighten one who can be enlightened is to waste a man; to endeavor to enlighten one who cannot be enlightened is to waste words. The intelligent man wastes neither his man nor his words. - Contucious ' .1 beat the weightman ' s rely . . . incredibly nice . . sweet and shv . . . literary expert . . . wonder watch. . . quiet . . . always knows the answer intelligent . . . dark and handsome . . . " Containment " . . . English wizard . . . great eyes . . . always sweet . . . nice to everyone . . . always VICTORIA BILLHARDT BELL You don ' t know what you ' ve got until it is too late, and I found out a little too late. " Hard Habit to Break, " Chicago A smile can make anyone ' s day brighter. A Good Morning Child Love can tame the wildest. Aesop Schmoo . . . undercover party animal . . . Innocent?! . ..Vi female T.H. calc students . . . wonderful laugh . . . " What if . . .?!? " Baskin Robins Ice Cream . .. ' 2 jr. year CHRlSTmas parties . . . " Put the car in the meter " Rizzo fan ... V2 O ' Paget ' s mishap . . . beer KECs hater . . what a laugh ... Vic ... go calculus . . . loves Tom Bergen . . always gets out of jail before she ' s in ... J.L. dream . . . sweet . . . true blonde? " Is it Dcngel or Grebe? " ... V2 Tennessee pig chaser . . . Vickibell ... V2 MWC guards ... ' A Let ' s drop shorts . . . predicts future . . who was he? ... spring break ' 84 ... C aire ' s best friend ... ate chocolate CHIP cookies Jr. prom . . . Vickiman! . . . Which Vicki are you talkin ' to? plays quarters in Whealon ' s basement . . . looks innocent, but ... ' a Mucky Duck patron ... 1 " the best BARS are in cars! " ... V2 indepth RMH gossiper . . . Cindy Griffith ' s twin . . " My nose IS on my Upper Lip! " Aquino Bell 123 LISA ANN BERGGREN If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it. William Arthur Ward . . One can really only see with the heart. The essential is invisible to the eyes ... Le Petite Prince, Antone dc saint Exupery Sir, when man is tired of London, he is tired of life; For there is in London all that life can afford Samuel Johnson What lies behind us, and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us Emerson Bcrggrcn!! ... 1 3 French exam soph, year ... Bev mobile ... 1 3 Rocky Horror freshman year ... 1 3 sleeps in Kohls parking lot-thanx Sarah! . ■ ' Vm really sorry, o.k.? " . . . million dollar kid ... always wanted a BOBbed haircut ... 1 2 " Hi Ken, this is Sarah, want to go out with me? " 1 2 hot tomali . . . always in Europe . . . midnight fieldhockey . . 1 2 Bijorn Borg fan club ... 1 3 Elkhart lake . . 1 2 Rob Lowe-look alike 1 2 loves to eat peanutbutter . . 1 2 pb Lou Lou ... Berg . . . Gucci, Gucci, Goo! . . Lisa Lou ... Candy ' s cousin . . . Ander ' s future wife . . " It ' s the red Mercedes " ... 1 2 PF fanclub ... 1 2 O ' Pagets mishap . . . Paris for summer school . . . Wisa . . BBBBerggren!!! ives for gossip " I want Prince Andrew " . . . " Just a minute and I 11 call her .loved to BOB for apples . . . Ivan Lendal has a hot body . . . President of the Whisker fan club . . . romper . . . wakes up too early . Miss Spanish hides Oonie in condominiums . . . convoy to Flordia . . Sunburns . . . 1 2 cram-exam program ... RICHARD JOHN BLOMMER The wheel is turning and you can ' t slow it down You can ' t let go and you can ' t hold on You can ' t go back and you can ' t stand still If the thunder don ' t get you then the lightening will. Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter Once in a while you can get shown the light in the strangest of the places if you look at It right. Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter Will we leave this place in empty stone? Or that shining ball of blue we call our home? Bob Weir Not everybody likes licorice, but the people who like licorice really like licorice. Jerry Garcia Deadhead . . . so hot . . . lives on BRADLEY road nice hair . Aiko! Aiko! . . friend of S.S. . . . skier . . . likes to dine in the BRADLEY dinning room ... 1 5 kind of quiet for a Friday night foggy days group 8 senior year . . . ' 2 jam sessions in Rick ' s room Bingy s . . . 1 3 good humor room ... 1 2 Golf course humor . . 1 8 puddle hut destruction . . . camping with the Grateful dead at Alpine Valley 1 8 field bash . . . BLOMMER BASH ... 1 2 don ' t get too intense before I get back ... 1 2 sr. lot deadhead . . . they came out of spruce mto terrapin throwin ' stones then they blew me away with a Not fade away lovelight Not fade away sandwich, I was completely blown away! H B a second look — Homecoming ' 84 ... they opened wit Aiko! Aiko! . . . Jerry Garcia Jr. ... Jammin ' with Jerry 1 2 A.T. at S ' s . . elephant encounter . . . loves to make BETS ... off in space peach fuzz . . . let ' s go buy a stereo special teams captain . . . 1 2 decoy 1 4 get B . . . Spanish scholar ... 1 was at the Grateful Dead we all got the munchies and we all got fed 1 8 Mucky Duck patron- had many Homestead friends . . . will live in Colorado .1 2 300 lb. black lady . . Grateful Dead + Colorado = Boulder . Sexy Sully and Schcntz . . . Blommer, pull up your pants 124 Bcrggren Blommer JOHN MACKIE BORGES There is no failure except in not trying - Unknown litter never wins Anonymous Never do anything you can get someone else to do - John H. Patterson 1 8 bitterman brushrun . . . Capper . . . Tapper . . . Mac Truck . . . funny 1 3 Ritchie, Potside, and Ralph . . . very concerned with his foreign DEBt ... 1 3 fun night at Maria ' s . . . AHHH, HI Lovey ... 1 5 Detroit episode . . 1 4 has anyone seen the Le Baron? . . . 1 3 lunch break at Fiewager ' s . . 1 4 bring us another round Charles . . . " Capper ' s here " . . , 1 5 paddle pounder . . . party captain . . . Mr. Smith . . . Bucky . . . $38.75 . . .1 7 where ' s the senior-freshman picnic? . . . 1 6 what happened to the- . Brewer game? ... 17 cocktails at Grebe ' s . . . can smell a party a mile away . . . 1 2 warm Green Death club at Dalton ' s ... on the rocks ... . drives nice cars . . . 1 3 prowlers . . . sod stealer . . . 1 2 wild turkeychase . . . 1 7 beach druvc bust . . . 1 2 pond polluti on . . . 1 2 sign stealer . . . 1 2 " the way we were " " . . . doesn ' t like to take piers out at 8:00 am on Sundays . . . Pine Lake Pounder . . . magic cooler . . . 1 2 whiskey corners . . . 1 5 tailgating at Schroeder ' s . . . 1 3 New years eve ... 1 18 buffet loadtrip . . . Sparky . . 1 2 Homecoming soph, and jr year . . . cap . . . " But officer, Tm really 18! ' " . . . " Chris, clon " t show this to anyone " " . . . 1 6 Ciir mixers at Badget Bob " s . . . 1 3 matzas and fruit-rolls . . . " Greg, the police arc on the way! " . . . 1 4 Deer Creek Rd . . . 1 8 Mucky Duck patron . . . 1 4 parking lot pounder . . . 1 4 19th hole at Sanibel . . . 1 2 pissed off postman WENDY ANNE BURKE Oh, what a perfect day! -the The The most precious moment in a human development is the young creatures assertion that he is unlike any other human being, and has an individual contribution to make to the world. -Jane Addams Give me a place to stand, and 1 will move the world. -Archimedes Pres. . . . Yo, my names Wendy . . . wild . . . Elkhart Lake Rowdie . ■ ..; Skay ... 1 2 Echo and the Bunnymen . . . dramatic . kinky . . Here " s tfic beef-good politics ..is she straight? . . . " Guess what, Wendy, you " re ' having a party " " . . . gorgeous redheacT . . . 1 2 Soph. Sodie " s . . 1 3 computer wizard . . . true friend . . Pete Anne " s marriage counselor . ■ " Why do people think Tm weird? " " . . . partier . . . crazy . . . Elkhart Lake- Surprise! . . . Diet Rite junkie . . . Howard Johnson ' s Sr. year . . " So many sailors " " . . . Does she breakdance? ... 1 6 Eo Liu fan club 1 5 Mooseheads, Tins Turner, and Strip quarters . . likes Brazilian cuisine . . . great skiier . . . party anyone ... B " s with Rick Sr. yr. group 8 . . . Sarasoto with Kara-blue hair, pink lips! ... an original very vogue 1 2 " Brownies " . . . good actress . . . Mom . . . Santer Hall convict . ■ " Oh, Eileen, go suck on a Midol " " . . . punker . " V . 1 3 talk " s at Hawks-remember? ... the Murph mobile flies! . connections in Chicago ... fun ... 1 2 love you, MAC loser . . funky . tights in every color . . . undercover partier . . . Calculus dropout Ms. Kern fan club ... D " s at Deb ' s . . . The Hunger . . . scroti-lover . . turn off the hair . . . has great bashes . . . model material . . . perfect Prefect-not . . 1 2 C. buddies . . . party at Burke ' s . . . Hey Moe . . . true St. Pauli girl . . . brownies . . . oult-pnn-mblee ... " me over and spit on me twice " . . yeah hey ... Borges Burke 125 EILEEN PATRICIA CAVANAUGH Nothing is as good or as bad as it seems. - Dr. Gaylord Hauser Watch your thoughts They become words Watch your words They become actions Watch your actions They become habits Watch your habits They become character Watch your character For it becomes your destiny - Unknown Kiraffe . . where ' s Tony . . . loves Tony . " come on Eileen " . " no, Vm not 6 feet tall, I ' m 5 feet ll ' 2 " . . . E.T. . . . tall nice looking . . went to N.Y over Christmas . . . WFB import tall lanky one ... Milwaukee ' s " Special export " . . . quite a model . likes Palermo s pizza went to California and Paris to see Tony . nice . . skyscraper . model . . . photogenic . . . ex-prima balerina . Rene . . .geeks at Brub.es . . . B-ball fan . . . " Do you do catalogues? .V2 ' T Jn ' ' h il talks at Hawks . . . Leenie . . . lovesto fly with T.P. and W.B. . . has a great mom . . .He did what? . . friend of W.B. . . do the curly shuff e front seat of Murph mobile . . . fearful ... Big Yank s Baby . . . true St Paulies Girl . parties in moderation . . . international lover . serpent neck " 1 want attention! " . . . whiner . . . acts innocent, but ... acts innocent, but JOHN ARTHUR CHRISTENSEN There are unsmiling faces and bright plastic chains And a wheel in perpetual motion And they follow the races and pay out the gains With no show of an outward emotion And they think it will make their lives easier For Cod knows up until now it ' s been hard But the game never ends when your whole world depends On the turn of a friendly card. " - Chris Rainbow " When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. " - unknown " Get up! Everybody ' s gonna ' move their feet Get down! Everybody ' s gonna leave their seat. " Paul Stanley " We can live our life of chains and not even know we have the key. " - Unknown wolfman . . drives a $600 beauty Mr. Quietness goofball ... a Kood buddy ... 1 6 Genesis concert 83 . . . budding actor I eer Advocate ... 1 6 dying breed . . dyes his hair nice bone structure quiet great runner . . . He ' s for the birds! . Somewhere, sometime ... The Butt Walker N.N. married his sister . I plead the fifth " . . . Lunatic Gypsy ... Sir Bi of the Knights of Ni ... No, not crazy: A bit different maybe . . . " HA! 126 Cavanaugh Christensen DAVID BRIAN COHEN Be at peace with Cod, whatever you conceive him to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep pace with your soul. With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreai ' ' world. Desiderata, Max Ehram 1927 I don ' t know why I even care We ' ll get so high and get nowhere We ' ll nave to cnange our jaded ways But I: ' ve loved these days. " I ' ve Loved These Days " , Billy Joel One down, one to go, another town, one more show " Leave it " . Yes " Do your homework. Boy " Dad Ween . . . clashed with Prom date jr. year . . . little ween . . . 1 2 good talks ... 8th hour sr. year . . . good friend . . . Jen, Jen, Jen . . . Mr. Photo . . John Mat ' s pal . . . pale whale . . . Flabby Rabby . . . Mr. Manager . . . field hockey mascot . . . Nivea . . . video football . . . video basketball . . . Pillsbury Dough Boy . . . takes really good care of his car — not . . . likes Jack Tatem ... ' 2 True Blue Jew Crew . . . little one . . . Mrs. Boulton ' s pet . . . Fine! . . . has to wear sunscreen year round . . . the savage tan man . . . always with Lambie . . . can ' t hold on to his Mt. Dew . . . lavender man . . . older women . . . macho man . . . library buddy . . . " Yeah— he was pretty jealous " . . . basketball star . . . became a real ladies ' man jr. year . . . Mr. Baseball . . . " Have fun ' " . . . spitball wars ... the Cohen salad . . . lives to get GRUESSED . . . Hey Mike! ... the Sinai look . . . GRUESSED his shoulder soph, year . . . gets really tan over vacation . . . nice guy . . . loves Mrs. Boulton . . . tan — not . . . hugable . . . 1 2 talk at Hardee " s . . . snuggly . . . curly locks . . . friendly . . . huge phone bill to Bethany, West Virginia . . . Punkin . . . waterbed . . . hammock . . . 1 3 Checto fan club . . . loungies . . . 1 3 P.H. . . . " Let ' s go— I ' ve got coupons " . . . Big O . . . Flash . . . pale face . . . disk gun fights . . . has problems giving peopfe piggy back rides . . . poor, pitiful Dave . . . night night . . . great canoeist witn a goal . . . don ' t suck . . . G.S.S. . . . " Mom, it was the pizza girls " . . . Vanil la Gorilla . . . Bagel Belly . . . Cohan the Barbarian ELIZABETH M. CONNELLY VVe never know how high we are Till we are called to rise And them, if we are true to plan Our statures touch the skies " Emily Dickinson " You can ' t always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you just might find you get what you need. " The Rolling Stones " Time may change me, but 1 can ' t change time. " David Bowie prep much?! . . . " Can I have a bite? " . . . " I ' m on a diet " . . . let ' s drop shorts . . . 1 2 Hardee ' s incident . . . " yipping and yapping and what not . . . excuse me?! . . . Tab and cookie diet . . . " Borderline " . . . loves those Chicago guys . . . It ' s aunt, not ant ... Boston import ... " I could die for them " ... no tolerance . . . has a hard time remembering her age . . " Lets play gin by the pool " . . . can ' t go out on the weekends because of homework, but them she does . . . cancy corns . . . lives on Diet 7-Up . . . wild brownie eater . . . It ' s H20, I swear! ... sr. yr. Howard Johnson ' s . " Where are the sailors? " . . . 1 3 can I drive? . . . 1 5 female summer work crew . . . Twinkles and diet Coke for breakfast?! . . . 1 2 Senior English partner . . . midnight field hockey . . . qw A.P.U.S. exam studier ... " I killed Rasputin " . . . 1 2 I have friends in high places . . . Christie ... the girl next door . . . Sugarbush, New Year ' s ' 84 ... " Scamper! " . . . 1 4 C.L. fan club on C.W. trip . . . 1 2 Snowdrift experience . . . always on a diet . . cheese in a elass at Prom . . . Miss neat . . . Cohen Connelly 127 KATHLEEN MARIE DAHLMAN is man ' s nature; nature is God ' s art. - Philip James Bailey tliink you can, or you think you can ' t; you ' re right Robert McQuilkin It doesn ' t matter how long you live, but how. - Philip James Bailey I am with you always, even to the end of the world - Matt. 28:20 lb 1 read the news today, oh boy Pressure comes From every side Circumstantial evidence Makes me want to run and hide But nothing comes against me that isn ' t Common to the rest of man And Jesus gives me strenghth to carry on - Bob Farrell Lay down your failure and excuses All of the dreams that never come true Past is a crutch you ' ve been using Time you broke that thing in two Open your eyes to tomorrow Open your life to his care Open your past to his mercy Open your heart hell be there - Amy Grant Chapman reads the Bible 24 hours a day . . . writes with SHARP pencils . . Miss Inocent ... no tolerance . . Dolly Parton . . . religious . . " Miss Smiles " make a good nun sweet . . . prim and proper . . perfect curls . great eyes ... is never messy . . . one of the field hockey defense team . . always docs her homework . the only one who wasn ' t scared at field hockey camp . . . unbelievably nice . . teacher ' s dream . quiet . . . intelligent . . . played a Sharp Sophomore and junior year . . . DEBORAH INGLIS DALTON " The thing about time is that time isn ' t really real — it ' s just your point of view. How does it feel for you? " James Taylor " If wc couldn ' t laugh we would all go insane " Jimmy Buffet " It had to do with what it all meant " John Stephens 1 3 fun night at Maria ' s ... 1 2 IBTC . . BJ and the Bear 1 2 bun fanatics ... 1 5 love those junior men fr. year Bra rides hot air -CALLUNS ... got a high score at the bowling LANE . bucky wax your legs . . . " Debbie, your socks are too high " . . floatable house . .. . 1 4 Stevens Point switch . . . forgot one Saturday night loves Ramin in. French . . . " shoephone! " ... 1 2 J.S. ' s mo st prepared students midnight field hockey . . . drives MACK trucks . . . California girl one of the Dalton gang . . . depends on dippity-do 1 2 most " graceful " people in school . . . switched to the right LANE jr. year 1 7 $98.75 at T W. — Beach Drive ... 1 4 search for Stuckey ' s . . wears Carters 1 3 collision on golf course ... 1 3 field or walk? . . of course I got it at " Loehmics " ! ... 1 4 Fr. year track . . . forts in the matts ... 1 5 female summer crew . . . iotsa fun Fr. year ... 1 4 mud fight ... 1 4 let ' s drop shorts ... 1 4 " absent " day before tournament . sitting in the box in a parking lot ... knows deep down it didn ' t happen 1 3 Bologna Bomb ... 1 2 French poll . . . True Blue Brew Crew . . 1 2 Oubt-pbn mpblce! 1 2 5 year cfebt ... 1 2 group 8 embarassed sun worshippers scamper . . . jazzing ... 1 2 " Shelley, I know Shelley! " 1 2 " Cmon have a Miller Lite " ... 1 4 C.L. Fan Club ... 1 5 Four Star Pizza 1 2 Sea Island ' 83 ... Charlie Brown. 128 Dahlman Dalton ROBERT HUNT DENGEL You can ' t bc it Fun. Jack Dengel Ci uitesy is the ornament of a noble man Bhartrihari loves SUSprises . . . sudden change jr. year . . . quiet . . . 1 3 Ritchie, Potsie. and Ralph . . . good body . . . Ding-a-ling ... got reSUSItated . . 1 3 fun night at Maria ' s . . . Dank ... the club . . . lazy . . . what ' s on TV? . . . 1 3 New Year ' s Eve . . . 1 2 Whiskey corners . . . 1 5 paddle pounders . . . 1 4 wherc ' s the LeBaron? , . . 1 5 Sanibel waterslide . . . 1 3 bad girls . . .1 5 tailgate at Schrades ... 1 4 parking lot pounder . . . Berry . . . lazy . . . 1 4 lazy football players , . . 1 5 where ' s the senior-freshman picnic? . . . sod stealer . . . beach bash . . . 1 18 Jimmy Buffet . . . 1 11 Trinity Club . . . 1 4 19th hole in Sanibel . . . 1 2 Barnies . . . never gets tickets because his dad is president of Fox Point . . . hound dog . . . FR ... 1 8 Mucky Duck patrons ... 1 4 TEA ... 1 2 " Help, we ' re trapped up here " . . . Pine Lake Pounder . . . blows up TVs at 3:00 in the morning . . , 1 2 fort in the garage . . . Turtle . . . Jism dancing . . 1 3 mailbox bowling . . . 1 4 beat the weightman ' s relay ... big spender . . . amazing body . . . grunts a lot ... " Who put the banana in my car?! " ... is he ever in one piece? . . . well-equipped . .. F.R. ' s opposite . . . great parents . . . looks innocent, but . . . Dingleberry . . . French III buddy . . 1 6 what happenend to the Brewer game? . . . 1 6 car drinks at Badger Bob ' s . . . likes a Black . . . fell asleep at Prom . . . Dumpling . . . fights at Summerfest . . . has an obsession with ears . . . Gentle-Jock . . . likes " Bubble " gum ... in a trance when he watches TV . . . puppy dog eyes . strange sense of humor ... " I think you know what I mean " . . . " I ' m fun! " . . . Dingle Dangle . . . BLOB . . . whines and grunts . . . looks are deceiving . . double standards . . . prove your love . . . " I ' M MAD! " . . . always gets out of trouble . . . R.H.D. . . talk — to me ... the beach . . . John Henry . . . midnight swim creates illusions . . . 1 4 Deer Creek Road . . walks through puddles to talk to cops . . . has car troubles at corner of Good Hope and Teutonia . . . always wears cuffed pants . . . 1 17 photo JOSEPH WILLIAM DOERING III life ain ' t all Beer and Skittles, and more ' s the pity; but_ what ' s the odds, so long as you ' re happy? -George DuMaurier Drive in. Guzzle Gin, Commit a little mortal sin. It ' s good for the soul. -Jimmy Buffet Don ' t look back, somebody might be gaining on you! -Sachael Page Life, like golf, can always be better, -a retired Dentist tries to be smart . . . sweetie . .. always; happy . . Durring . Chipper nice eyes . . . Der . . . A.V. . . . freshmen chicks . . . laughs at everything . . NEVER gets mad ... But Mr, Roberts, May is the shortest month . . M-A-Y ... he adds just the right touch to every class . . . Yipper . . . " What are you guys doing? " ... " You guys playin ' cards? " . . . Mr. Common sense . . . 1 17 photo session . . . soccer player . . . " plenty of starch " . . . martinis ... A Drivers ' license? . . 1 ? Brewer game party a buffalo . . . Dip . . . Chorus dropout . . . track party " BUZZY " Arrowhead soccer parties . . . Hendersons . . 17th B-day at Moedes . , . 8:59 . . . Yl8-$165 Hawk ' s bill Dengel Docring 129 ALBERT FREDERICK GALLUN IV Rise and Shine! Donald S. Forti Jr. I O what happened to the Brewer game? . . . " Alby, you just walked through a door " . . . wild, wet dancer ... yor ... bass ... 1 3 AP Bio Three Stooges ... Mr. Sailor . , . Piers Unlimited ... Mr. Smith ... 1 5 strip quarters at Ws ... 1 2 sign stealer ... 1 5 paddle pounders ... the Plumber ... sod stealer . . . " let ' s go egging " ... 1 5 tailgating at Schrades ... 1 3 New Year ' s Eve ... 1 2 the way we were sweat much? . . 83 days without a what? ... Big Red ... destined for Williams 1 3 Ritchie, Potsie, and Ralph . . . went to a DEB party soph year . . Aiko! Aiko ... 1 2 Daphne ... 1 3 mailbox bowling . . . 1 17 photo session 1 4 weightman ' s relay ... 1 2 drag race on Brown Deer . Slim Goodbody ... The Mats . . . Pine Lake Pounder 1 3 Prowlers . RZS . . . Captain ' s retreat ... 1 4 room switch . . . underground deadhead . . . Cavey KENNETH CHARLES GOLDBERG Nice ties . . . obnoxious ties ... 1 8 A.P. Physics . . Blonde hair much? Chess nut, or just nut? . . . went to Spain for no reason . . Callum Coldberg NANCY MARY GOTTSCHLICH It ' s still the same old story A fight for love and glory A case of do or die The fundamental things apply As time goes by -from " As Time Goes By " One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries -A.A. Milne Je tenais cette verite autant quelle me tenait. J ' avais cu raison.j ' avais encore raison, j ' avais toujours raison J ' avais vecu de telle fa(;on et J aurais pu vivre de telle autre Rien, rien n ' avait d ' importance et je savais bicn pourquoi. L ' Entranger by Albert Camus the big G ... always playing the violin ... Dr. Nancy Westheimer ' A Doc Borth fan club . . . talks to the chalkboard ... no more Nancy . mysterious monologues . . . good violinist . introvert . . has terrific hair hilarious , . . loves to laugh . . . mysterious . Gotcha what? Grandma . . . incredible musician . . . gets so frustrated in French . . perfect student . ' . . J.J. ' s friend . . . violinist . always late . . " Tard cncoure! " . . beautiful hair . . . what a laugh! always laughing, or is it crying? . . . Alors . . . " What ' s the deal? " . . . Cato and Clousseau . . dances with cats . . . Little Ernie . . THE French student CHARLES GRAUSZ I am what I am Popeye Nobody knows what ' s in Spam Anonymous Let ' s sink another drink And if I had the chance I ' d ask the world to dance And I ' d be dancing with myself Billy Idol All of the things that I want to say . . . You can take those things and you can throw them all away. Because he who points a finger well He only gets warmed. That ' s why I don ' t want to be a Messiah, Messiahs die young Men Without Hats CHAWLS . . . E.T. finger . . . arms, friends with barf bags . . . great guy 1 6 Dying breed . . . tripper . . . drive much? . A-Team much? . . 1 3 Mr. T Heman fan club . . . Mr. t fan club . . . drives like a maniac (to impress underclassmen) . . . Heman and masters of the universe . . good friend ... ' 2 A-Team fan club . . . what a Charity Ball date! ... you have to understand him . . . piggy back rides to Mr. Lovett ' s English . . . CHARLES! . . comes up with the comments . . . loves his own strangeness . . . Oh, Charles . . . great eyes ... the runner ... the best buddy . . . " Well, I didn ' t do it either " ... one of J.S. ' s most prepared students . . . that look ... 1 1 my club . . . Repoman . . " At least I have friends " Two watch bands? . . . Wanna buy a watch? ... I didn ' t ask for it — bid I? . . . ' 2 The Knights of Nl ... Gottschlich Grausz 131 MICHAEL MULLAN GREBE ■You shake your head and wonder that anybody can be arrogant enough to change in a flash what so many generations have lovingly preserved. There is a sad and gradual horror in realizing that so many important parts of our inheritance are in the hands of what might be called metaphysical vandals ... " Joseph Sobran " Always give your best, never get discouraged, never be petty: always remember, others may hate you. Those who hate you don ' t win unless you hate them. And then you destroy yourself. " Richard M. Nixon, August 9, 1974 " The truly free man is captive to reason " John Milton " Sometimes you just gotta say, ' What the ' " Risky Business Yo Grebes . . . full blooded Republican . . . " Honk, honk honk! " always yelling at someone . . . class pres .... " yes but more people are working now " . . . " stud " . . . cradle robber . . . Al ' s pal ... 1 7 cocktails at Grebe ' s . . . " who ' s got my car? " ' . . . aspires toward " Risky Business " chicks ... Mr. Yo ... Golden Boy ... E.G. . . . " Capper ' s here! " . . . easycome, easygo . . . " so MiKe, your parents are going out of town " . . . Mr. All-American . . . Worm! . . . Reaganite . . . still cries over King Kong wore tight pants . . . Mr. Conservative . . . girl crazy . . always laughs . . . cute . . . 1 3 party after exams . . . huddle break . . . dancing 1 8 Mucky Duck patrons ... 1 4 19th hole at Sanibel . won ' t live past 20 . . . joy rides ... EZ in my EZ-GO ... 1 4 mud fight Grebes Tex . . . politician . . . loves David Bowie ' s ZIGGY Stardust . . . " let ' s see how fast the Horizon goes " " . . . class leader in tickets ... 1 4 parking lot pounders ... 1 5 Sanibel waterslide . . . ' " How fast was i going? ' " . Beach Bash . . . l ll Trinity Club . . . " ' But officer 1 didn ' t really mean to " has seen flashing lights quite often ... 1 3 lunch break at Fieweger ' s 1 2 drag race on Brown Deer ... 1 7 Beach Drive Bust . ' " All right, pull it over " . . . JS Driver of the Year ... had a good party ... toy . " there ' s a man standing outside of that house ... 1 2 box in a parking lot always prepared with James Taylor ... 1 4 the search for Stuckey ' s ... 1 7 98.75 . . . Beach Drive KENNETH DAVID ALEXANDER HABECK " I left my brain on the 5:15 " The Who " And now, for something completely different ... " John Cleese (of Monty Python) • You can look like we do. Talk like we do. But you know how it is: You ' re not one of us. " Peter Gabriel " It doesn ' t matter what I say: You never listen anyway. , ■ " Just don ' t know what you ' re looking for ... Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) Incredible bass singer ... 1 3 A.P. Bio lab Jl SARAH SARAH whatever will be, will be . . . brother Ken . . . Track party 84 MV.T I want my M.V.T. card " . . 1 6 Dying breed Brigitte ' s boyfriend rookie actor ... was recruited into chorus sr. year J " " ' f ' " Tu ■ : k Chem didn ' t agree with him . . . lazy . 1 4 Doc. Borth fan club ... 1 6 Genesis concert ' 83 ... " we better have a swim team! . . attable m riroKp Hahprk DANIEL MORGAN HESS I guess there ' s a little bit of pirate ir every one of us -Mr Jimmy Buffet Adventure is not outside a man, it is within -David Grayson Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing. -Abraham Lincoln Imagination is the basis of reality -Gallgher The price of greatness is responsibility -Sir Winston Churchill Extensive interviews show that not one alcoholic has ever seen a pink elephant -Center of Alcoholic Studies Fcss . . . beaker . . . Eagle Scout ... V2 Nasy Mex Inc ... PDQ . . . UM . . . sod stealer . . . Jism dancer . . . Steven? . . . Stevens ' lover? . . . " What exam review session? " ... Mr Jerk . . . finally came out of his shell ... ' a Bitterman Brushrun . . . carrot top ... It ' s MILLER time . . . T.G. . . . hazarous to Reik ' s suburban . . . Mess . . . loves the face . . . cool guy . . . DICK . . . 1 50 K..D. ... too good for USM girls . . . silent but deadly . . . ' 2 decoy ... ' s Kool and the Gang ... ' s Mucky Duck patrons . . . Hound dog . . . life-long friend ... ' 2 willow road friend . . .Vi Haneley bust . . . intense drinker . . . many shots . . . beeramid . . . MISSing you jr. year ... % lazy football players . . . don ' t get mud on my jeep . . . Beach bash . . . 1 11 Trinity club . . . drink ' s MILLER beer ... 1 2 toss cleaners . . . " Dan, who ralphed? " ... Vi Martini powered car ... V2 Cozy Corners patrons . . . 1 6 4am quarters . . . 1 6 Fon du Lac R.T. . . . " officer, I wasn ' t doing — ? " . . . 1 6 Grateful Dead experience ... V2 " this car smells like a distillery! " ... Mr Atlcy . . . U.S.M. world Tour . . . KARA COURTNEY HUGHES Wanna be the son of Frankenstein, Wanna be the daughter of Dracula, Let ' s meet and have a baby- NOW! -The B-52 ' s Come here you little Butter-bean, you- Come on! -The B-52 ' s -From Cheers Any lady who chooses to be blond is truly blond. -Anonymous track freshman year ... Va mats . . . Bear . . . You mean you don ' t have my I.D.? . . . " Bartender, What do you mean I ' m not 23? " . " Don ' t Whine! " . . . ' 2Wimpy ' s Happy Hour . . . loves to yell at southside beach walkers . . . Why the tinted windows? . . . Hey Crusaders! . . cookies . . . 1 5 strip quarters at W ' s ... " I did too pinch him! " ... Vi mud fight . . . ' 2 friends in W ' s P ' s shower . . . Soph. Year Sardines ... Va Frosh. year track- forts in the mats! ... V2 tennis champs! ... 1 5 female summer crew ... ' 2 dancing to Bob Marley ... ' 2 BNMD-300 ... V2 fun in a bean bag (ah-hem) . . . 1 3 did we see " Dead Zone? " . . . Phone Friends! . . 1 11 Santer Hall convict . . . loved green eggs and HAM ... 1 3 Talks it Hawks ... 1 6 strip poker . . . tigress . . . Julie ' s sister? ... is a very hANDY person . . . has punky clothes . . . nice car ... Sarasota ' 83 ... pink lips, blue hair . . Soph. English with Will -friends forever . Moosehead and Tina Turner at Wendy ' s ... has great parties nice disco ball . . faithful friend . . . Elkhart partier . . . Boy George . . . loved Ham . . . bad night at Elkhart Soph.year ... the mysterious Eastsider . . . New Wave wardrobe ... ' 2 incredib e tennis team ... V2 red, red win . . . fox ... State House memories ... a true friend . . artist . . . " We killed it! " ... ' 2 loves to clean up after parties . . . underwear socks . . .wieebles Hess Hughes 133 STACEY MARIE JONES JAMES HENRY JASPER III Damn the torpedoes-full speed ahead! -David Farragut To boldly go where no man has gone before -James T. Kirk Star Trek " Youre going to get killed chasing after your fortune and glory " Maybe, but not today. " -Willy and Indy Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom went to Tunisia on the Alcohal, Fun, and Sex program dark and handsome . . . hustler . . . radical reformed Tunisian bong . got arrested for going into the desert . . . Butch s best source of jokes Jay cool . . . that look . . . very intelligent . . sweet underneath , . Peking in ' 871 " captain of non-existant Debate team ... 1 got it from the 2ncl in in command of the P.C.O. " . . . always late to Solie ' s class . He should have gotten 2nd degree rnurder! " ... led bread riots ,n Tunisia got shot at . . . actually very sweet, but he ' d never let you know it . . . when shot at . . . actually vciy ai cc, u. .. « .. .-. .-- j -- , things get rough, it ' s time to pull out the chapstick .... tun " y • ■ ■ [ ' . righf guys, let ' s behop " . . . getting ready to hit the world with somethin; big ... If something is in your way, move it. ABT The soul that chooses to travel has no right to complain about its findings. Staccy Jones I ' ve been a coward And I ' ve run away But III be a hero today It ' s caution to the wind This time I will be satisfied 111 keep going. Joan Armatrading Once 1 was happy in happy extremes Packing my bags for the path of the free From pillar to post I am driven it seems These bitter tokens are worthless to me Roddy Frame Be all that you can be. U.S. Army commercial Soio one of Belle ' s girls . . . James Bond fan ' A lunatic gVPsV . 1 0 perfect prefect . . . ' ' Vole for Stacy, she ' s nice " born one month late. ' in the wwrong year . . . Englandbound % beautiful birdie ., goes for older guys . . . Sebastien . has a son in I Oscar . . . GVW and NG ' s daughter Eric s a mom 1 3 •do you know what an aphrodisiac is? " ... has a twin sister 134 Jasper Jones GEORGE FREDERICK KASTEN III Imagination is more important than knowledge. -Albert Einstein Its just a fantasy It s not the real thing Hut sometimes a fantasy K all you need -Billy Joel I lonesty is such a lonely word Lveryone is so untrue I liinesty is hardly ever heard Aiul mostly what I need from you. -Billy Joel I would climb any mountain S.iil across a stormy sea MATTHEW KURT JUNKER rhore are two classes of men; those who arc content to yield to ciuumstances, and who play whist: those who aim to control circumstances, and who play chess. -Mortimer Collins Can you imagine a mole of Matt Junkers? -Mr. Pack Creditors are a superstitious sect. -Benjamin Franklin Junks . . smart, much? . . Isn ' t Mr. Margenau his father? . . . likes to he pinched in the library . . . broke Susan Dodson ' s heart . . . pseudo- intcllcctual-not . . . hurdler . . . stats . . . trackman . . . hurdles better than he can walk(?) . . if someone calls you a spaz or a geek- . . . too brilliant for words . . 1 7 AP Physics crew . . lives for weekdays ... AP US man . . . MIT recruit . . . funny without knowing it . . . where does he get his clothes? . . AP Hockey in Mr. Pack ' s room . . . AP everything ... choke " . . chess stud . . . beat Goldberg 6-0 in tennis . . . How many hurdles have you tripped over, Matt? h that ' s what it takes To show how much you mean to me. -Foreigner I 2 Cleveland Video Arcade . . " The Leg " . . . Mr. Jeep . . . sieve . . . 1 8 Bitterman Brushrun . . . Fred . . . won a grAMmY his Jr. and Sr. years . . . Paul McCarty look alike . . . married to tlie " new girl " . . . loves pelicans . 1 50 K.D. . . sweetie . . . cute . . . always nice . . . felt comPELLEd to C;i IN halfway through Jr. year . . . Bench at Beach Party . . . Prom ' 84 . . . the big banana . . . New Ycrk or bust! . . . Herbie . . . Supra Dupra . . . the " ocean experience " . . . the pamphlet . . . " Are you going out or what? " . . . Homecoming ' 84 ... phone calls-just ring once . . . grew during the summer . . gorgeous . . . grilled cheese and fudge . . . Hardee ' s C.C. cookies . . . microwave popcorn . . . the spies . . . teal . . . bobby socks , . . concentrate on driving . . . Lewis . . . tennis lessons . . . warranty on heater . . Violent Femmcs . . . Prince . . Let ' s go crazy . . . that laugh! . . . very sarcastic ... an AMYable guy Junker Kasten 135 DEBORAH ELIZABETH KLOPPENBURG Yesterday ' s are over my shoulder; So, I i-an; ' t look back for too long; Cause, there ' s too much to see Waiting in front of me; And, I don ' t think that I can go wrong. - Jimmy Buffet Dream what you dare to dream; Co where you want to go; Be what you want to be ... LIVE! - Johnathon Livingston Seagull You just call out my name, and you know wherever 1 am, 111 come running- You ' ve got a friend. - James Taylor Which one of many? . . . ' ' 1 college algebra . " the club " . . loves fine arts is enthralled by Franks lectures ... 1 6 Fine arts ... Mr. Solie s favorite made the witches brew for Will . . have the most obnoxious brother " I won ' t go if Bobby ' s going! " ... one of the Kloppenburg tradition hard to believe she ' s related to her brother . . extremely nice has the loudest laugh . . . funny . . . Face it. Deb, you sre not going to college . . . MIT bound . . . Colonel ' s 1 fan ... good eating buddy . . loves gossip . . . Giorgio Women! . . . ESRA KONAK Tell me who your friend is, I will tell you who you are. " - - Turkish Proverb I can fight against my enemies, God, protect me from my friends. " - Voltaire APS . . . always has a smile . . . welcome . good teeth Ezra Johnson Turkish Import . . . nice smile . . . sweet . . . absolutely gorgeous hair one of the sweetest people I know . . always smiling . . 136 Kloppenburg Konak SANDRA ELIZABETH KRANINGER 1 Love You . . . - Unknown Pjity animal . . . 1 4 spin the bottle . . . Mexican . . . has the best parties .. J. D. fan club . . . Squeezy , . . likes the Archies . . . distintive running style . . . comes from south of the border . . . " Such a bust " . . . drank MILLER beer summer year of 84 ... " oh my God " . . . 1 5 Junior men lover Freshman year ... " I can ' t deal with all the people here! " . . . chocolate cow eyes . . . Big Bird . . . 1 8 Mucky Duck patrons ... J. dilemma . . . nasty Mexican ... Sir Charles . . . Bullshit on the beach . . l 5Sanibel water slide . . . had Junior-only parties reshman year . . . 1 5 4 star pizza . . . jazzing ... Vic Tanny regular . . . Scamper . . 1 5 the Carpenters . . . went to MACDONALDS soph, year . . . ST. Eugene graduate . . . short bus rides . . . nicest mom . . . nights at Cedar Lake . . . 1 2 camper catastrophe Freshman year . . . Bird . . . STAGEY LYNN KUCHTA If lo do were as easy as to know what were good to do, chapels had been cluMchcs, and poor men ' s cottages prince ' s palaces. Shakespeare Though I have the gift of prophecy, and I understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though 1 have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, ind have not charity, 1 am nothing. I Corinthians What has a man profited if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul? St. Matthew Kalhryn ' s best friend . . . have you ever seen a blue JAY? . . . got ROBbed junior year . . Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde . . Culver import . . . nice . . lakes good notes . . " Hello, Stacey? " . . . skinny . . . cardboard . . snickcrdoodlcs . . . incredibly nice . . the only one who really ever understood what Mr. Bergen was talking about . escaped from the military school . . . has the longest legs . . . actually thinks she ' s faf Kraninger Kuchta 137 SARAH MARION KUESEL Tilt ' only way to have a friend is to be one. -Emerson A mind is not completely well-organized that is deficient in a sense of humor. -Samuel Taylor Cooleridge Our todays and yesterdays are the blocks with which we build. -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1 4 " absent " day before tournament . . . Prom Queen . . . always giggling Mrs. McGauran ... 1 3 scared freshman ... 1 6 What a long strange trip its been-CSN . . . Fatty . . . Port Washington knows her underwear " She ' s a senior? " . . . plays w her Ken doll . . . " Julie can I have a doilhair? " . . . " Gotta go gotta go " ... no bangs . . . Snowbank Sarah " Even if a black hairy ape raped uou? " . . . slip SLADE and away . . . 1 3 Rocky Horror Fr. year . . . " Yo, my name is Sarah " . . . 1 4 IViama Mia ' s Soph, year ... 1 2 Nerf ping pong ... 1 2 phone booths . . . " Summer is a time for exploration " ... 1 2 Bahama Mamas . . . waterski much? . . . I O Ed Liu fan club ... 1 6 beep for the chubbies ... 1 3 T.T. ' s Fr. year U.M.-I-S.K. . . . loves to sit on the JOHN ... 1 4 dream men . . . " Sarah my dad ' s coming " . . . 1 4 smush in the Mazda ... 1 6 pres. of the Ms. Kern fan club ... 1 2 " Do you know who this is, yeah it ' s Vicki? " 1 4 lets drop shorts . . . " Let ' s strip Kuesel " . . . Genesis ' 83 ... midnight field hockey ... " I was totally fine " . . . Miss Field Hockey . . . " Wrapped around my finger " . . . The Party Animal . . . Amgstons does have nice legs ... 1 4 pitchers at Rino ' s . . . " It ' s not Peanut ' s, it ' s too big " three guys saw her get sLADE one Oct. night ... 4 peas in a pod Sarah scored on ? ... 1 6 G.B. experience ... D ' s at Debbie ' s ... got in a little trouble w M.E. ... St. Eugene graduate . . . Elkhart partier . . . forget the $1000 ... oh I ' m sorry ... 1 3 exposed to truckers . . look out Yale, Harvard, Princeton here I come . . . rut-ro . " Slade pull my finger! " . . cracks up at her own jokes . . . 1 2 Miss L fan club . . . 1 2 crush on D.F. ... 1 6 bevies in the bathtub ... 1 2 up to 19 guys ... 1 3 Sheboygan County Fair . . 1 2 catnap at Coburn ' s ... 1 2 retreat-not . scamper . . jazzing ... 1 3 4:00 am ride to the Holiday Inn in the " Mavericks " ... 1 4 C.L. fan club on C.W. trip ... 1 4 Sarah, Julie Vicki, Anne ... 1 2 CPI survivor . . chases with coffee cake ... 1 4 reckless ride at Charity ball ' 84 ... literally lovesick Fr. year ... 1 54 star pizza ... 1 5 carpenters ... 1 4 Pink ladies JOHN STEPHEN LAMBIE Yesterday is already a dream And tomorriw is only a vision But today well lived. Makes every yesterday A dream of happiness And every tomorrow A vision of hope Unknown You think the season is too long. And suddenly it ' s over, Then you think it isn ' t long enough Ken Dryden , , , There never seems enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them. Jim Crocc , , ,. , How would you like it if you made a little goof, a red light came on behind you and every fan yelled, " Get that stu ' ' ' Jacques Planle KARAcemed at Prom soph, year . . . Waukesha bum " Oy, oy oy, oy oy " . . . ODs on MT. Dew . . . Mr. Mac ' s protege ' ' ) ' 1 „- X ' k, hone ' . . . GRACEd at Prom jr. year has a Briggs and STRATTON engine in the Vega ... the Vega love-wagon . . FRO loves the Big E has PE with Margy - not ... 1 2 True Blue Jew Crew spitball wars 1 3 P.M. . . . Frank Varillo ... the LAMPS ... 30 . nice ties " Tcil him who 1 am! " . . . " Stonewall Lambie " laziest thing on two legs 1 4 tea ... 1 2 fun in a bean bag (ah-hem) " Peach Little JoTinny . . . Hermie ... 1 4 lazy football players I ' m not doing this Is he going out with Margy? . . . where does he live? Oscar Meyer boy Lambs . . . cute smile . . . " Yo my name is John and 1 m cool! he ' s got the chicks ... Dave ' s pal ... loves having Mr. MacDonald as his advisor . . . who ' s Margy?? . . . " didn ' t do anything! disk gun fights . watching Friday night videos — not likes to strip in front of Gruez before hockey practice . . . Lake Owen remember. KW Kucsel Lambie COLLEEN JANE LOCKE SARAH ELIZABETH LANG When tragedy befalls you, Don ' t let it drag you down, Love can cure your problems. You ' re so lucky. I ' m around. -Pete Townshend You can ' t let yourself be too moral- you cheat yourself out of too much life. Aim above morality. -Maude, " Harold ' Maude " I remember the days of the old schoolyard. When we laughed and needed love- yes I do. Oh, And I ' ll remember you. -Cat Stevens h " No- we haven ' t written it yet " . . . Private Paddle Hut Vi J.S. ' s most prepared students . . . " Wanna Rumble? " . . . B.D. for Geo. So. year . jrownies (our secret code) . . . moody but wonderful . . . Elkhart partier . . . late night talks with W . . . " You call P.P. " . . . " look at my stomach " . . . looks hot in orange cars . . . fast driver . . . Are you being facetious, Sarah? Yes, very . . . Swawa Swang ... Vz jogging with cigars . Harold and Maude ... ' z " " so that " s why we weren ' t supposed to swim in the lake " . . . Vz skinny dipping at midnight . . . intelligent . . pad . . . Slang Bear! . . . Sundays at the beach! . . . 1 5 female summer crew . . . 1 11 Santer Hail convict ... Vt mud fight . . . Freshman Bio! . . . skinny . . . Eric, Eric, Eric . . . wild bangs . . . " " It " s so basic " " ... 1 6 Green Bay incident . . . Miss Trident ... 1 3 exposed to truckers . ' " But I ' m sorry, Mr. Lovett ' " ... ' z Stevens Point soph, year . . . " " It " s an executive suite with a frig, and waterbed! " ... Vz piggyback rides in high school ... ' A trip to Elkhart Lake at 2 AM Prom jr. year . . . midnight field hockey . . witnessed a mERICal all through high school ... 1 3 Elkhart Lake Club Vz Summerfest " 82 ... 1 3 Can I drive? ... D " s at Debbie ' s . . . loved watchmg FrankenSTEIN summer ' 82 . . . ' z cleared out Hawks . . SWA . . Charles Beard ... ' z Dynamic Duo ... Vz old married couple champagne and pizza anyone? . . . Sarah Lang Samwhich Circle Drive ... 25 yd. line experience . . . that damn light ... ' z " drink the fun way after a lecture on Monday " . . . Henry ' s . . . loves her VOGEL chords . . ' z skiing buddies ... Vz idealistic weekend . . . The Apartment . . that Cimmarron . . . " let ' s do something fun " ... the golden beauty. ... Vz " late? it ' s only- " ... the Pumpkin . . . " but I ' m always right " ... turtleneck wardrobe . . . love those historians ... " I could never like Eric were too much alike " . . . Ndture ' s first green is gold, Her hardes hue to holcT Her early leafs a flower, But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief. So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. Robert Frost 11 faut bien que je suppote deux ou trois chenilles si je veux connaitre les papillons. Antoine de Saint Exupery, from Le Petit Prince But yield who will to their separation, My object in life is to unite My avocation and my vocation As my two eyes make one in sight. Only where love and need are one. And the work is play for mortal stakes. Is the deed ever really done For Heaven and the future ' s sakes. Robert Frost Ah, but a mans re ach should exceed his grasp, or whats a heaven for? R. Browning, " Andrea del Sarto " " dipplty-do bangs . . Iceland experience . . AK.A clean nice hair ... the true AFS experience . . . cheerleader . . wild seventh grader very cynical . . . loves Mr. Pack ' s chemistry . . . wears wild clothes . always ready with the sarcasm . . . left-hander ... one of the original cheerleaders . . that hair!! . . . talk about AFS experiences!!! . . . " CLEAN " ' A.P.U.S. survivor . . . always has perfect notes . . . metamorphis JUNIOR year Culture Club fanatic . . . how many buttons can she wear? jean jacket rebel Lang Locke 139 JOHN JEFFERSON LOTT IN MY YOUNGER and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I ' ve been turning over in my mind ever since. " Whenever you feel like criticizing any one, " he told me, " just remember that all the people in this world haven ' t had the advantages you ' ve had. " -F. Scott Fitzgerald How much older can you be at your age? A half minute before that you were stepping into high school, and an unhooked brassier was as close as you ever hoped to get to Paradise. Only a fifth of a second before that you were a small kid with a ten-week summer vacation that lasted a hundred thousand years and still ended too soon. Zip! They go rocketing by so fast. -Joseph Heller What little boys they had been, working for blue ribbons . . -F. Scott Fitzgerald knows his history . . . walking dictionary . plays poker with ACEs . not bad cute Dad ... Hot Head ... 1 Ace ... he would rather read Mr. Cynical . . . George Will . . . reads anything and everything but hates studying . . . nice black shades from 8th grade . dancing school stud-not . . . " Frankenstein is Christ? " . . . reads a lot Chem II . answer to J.S. ' s academic dreams . . . liked to sit in his car . . the only USM intellectual . . . incredibly cynical . . . followed constantly by freshmen . . . How did he get into Dartmouth? . . . WROTE the book on procrastination . . . must have an in ' at Dartmouth ... in debt to Mr. Bruemmer . . . will he ever ski Holy Hill? . . huge metamorphosis . hilarious if you understand his jokes . . . editor of the inferior publication ... Mr. Hughes ' most prepared student ... got the grade in Calculus the whole class deserved first quarter VICKI LYNN MAHOLIAS ■ ' You are never given a wish without also beitig given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it however. " Richard Bach " I ' ve been waiting for tomorrow all my life " THE THE you my name ' s Vickie ... 1 6 what a long strange trip it ' s been . CSN sitnear experience . . . goes to CHURCH on a HILL Miss Social . 1 3 in search of Alpine Valley ... 1 2 l.B.T.C. attacked by Tidy Bowl man ... 1 2 WondcrFly ... 1 4 Genesis ' 84 ... 4 peas in a pod I ides on CHURCHILL ' S lane ... 1 3 Kohl ' s sleepover jr. history exam— Thanx Sarah . . . knows someone from every school . Midnight Field Hockey ... 1 3 Rocky Horror . . . just yippin ' yappin ' 1 3 computer wizard . . . 1 3 Ramon ' s screwballs . , . 1 4 dreammen . . got ROBbcd at Schelble ' s ... 1 4 smush in Mazda ... 1 6 Ms. Kern fan club loves to go to P.E. . . . V.M. . S.K. ... 1 6 Ed Liu fan club . . Mrs. Footloose ... 1 2 Gallun ' s party fresh yr . . . Vi Echo Bunnymen . 5 ' 5 " and don ' t ask my weight . . . Ms. 16 Candles . . . Vicman Sr. year Hojo ' s . . . Sergio ... 1 6 G.B. experience . . . likes to fly at W ' s . good . friend . . . Elkhart partier ... 1 2 love ya ' ... need a ride, Vicki? . 1 3 400 a.m. ride to Holiday Inn in the Maserik ... 1 2 VonTriers 1 2 Hardee ' s ... 1 2 Sea Island Sun Goddess ... 1 4 Mama Mias soph. yr. . . has a boyfriend who loves to skateboard ... 1 3 slasher 1 2 loser 1 2 phonebooth ... 1 2 venture to Northbrook . . " Summer is a time for exploration " ... 1 2 beep for the Chubbies ... 1 6 bevies in the bathtub ... 1 3 Talks at Hawks— a night I ' d like to remember 1 2 B.J. and the Bear ... 1 2 MAC ... " I have no clue " . 140 Lott Maholias K%- ' ia - " 5 .;-. « ' V M E ' ' ' ' " ' lll l CHRISTOPHER D. MARKAKIS Great minds do not make great men. Great men produce great minds. -CM. " I ' ve got many rivers to cross but I can ' t seem to find my river . . . Wondering if I ' m lost . . . but still I ' ll find my river " -UB40 " For though within this bright seductive place My dollars go not far, 1 never more shall see them face to face, When they have crossed the bar! " -Bliss Carmen Greek hot shot . . . always an open bar in his room . . . Homestead import . . . lives with his Prince bag ... nice guy . . . good body . drives the black Rabbit . . . soccer madman . . . headball expert ... has the lowest voice . . . great eyes . . . that Greek look . . . terrific legs TERRY SLADE McGAURAN, JR. The only way to have a friend is to be one. Ralph Waldo Emerson A winner never quits .ind a quitter never wins Anonymous Its never over until it ' s over. Yogi Berra Put forth your greatest effort and you will achieve your goal. Unknown Sarah . . . Ringo Starr look-alike ... got SARAHnaded all through high .chool . . . kaleidoscope eyes . . . lost the KUES to his car . . . Slade and his " T " . . ' Yo, don ' t touch the " T " . . . good fullback and pole vaulter . . nice guy when you get to know him . . . studious — not . . . got married freshman yr. ... PBR Jr. ... " Why is she hurting. herself? " . . . ' ! don ' t watch prono films " . . . DIhard batteries ... the Fiero . . . The Tin House . . . 1 5 Paddle Pounders . . . The Cannon . . . Muscle Beach Sledge . . . ladies man . . . " Sure, I ' ll have a party! " . . . loves to eat M Ms . . . " How long have they been going out? " . . . " I ' ll buy you a purple sweater, Vicki " . . best buddy . . . where ' s Sarah? . . . lives at Sarah ' s . . . my matchmaker . . . trys to play Cupid . . . 1 4 Mama Mias soph. yr. ... 1 8 Bitterman Brush run . . . Mr. Conservative . . . " Guess what Margaret told me! " . . . Twinkie indulger . . . 1 4 frosh yr. track . . . " Slade, where ' s Sarah? " . . . tease . . . footsy . . . total jogger . . . sweet talker . . . " Terry " . . . likes eating SARAly cakes . . . 1 7 where ' s the senior-freshman picnic . . . " No Slade it ' s porno " . . . Beach Bash . . . 1 11 Trinidy Club . . . 1 6 car mixers at Badger Bob ' s . . . 1 4 pitcher ' s at Rinos . . 1 6 what happened to the Brewer game . . . 1 7 cocktails at Grebes . . . 1 2 dip partner on Labor Day . . . 1 2 captains — not . . . 1 2 Hancly bust . . . 1 2 Willow road friend . . . 1 4 reckless ride at Charity Ball . . . Narkakis McGaurah 141 ROBERT MONTGOMERY MUELLER If I am not for myself, who will be for me? Yet if 1 am for myself only, what am 1? -Hillel I don ' t want this anger that ' s burning in me It ' s something from which it ' s so hard to be free. But none of the tears that we cry in sorrow or rage Can make any difference, or turn back the page. -David Gilmour We ' re just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl year aftf year, running over the same old ground. What have we found? The same old fears. -Roger Waters Mr Prep . Prince Charles look alike ... Mr. Current events . . ' ' Run Rob Run " . . . cross country stud . . . Red . . . The runner ... 1 6 dying breed . . . shy DESPINA ELENI PAPAGEORGE If you need me call me no. matter where you are, no matter how far, just call my name. I ' ll be there in a hurry and that you can depend and never worry. -Diana Ross You never say " Good-bye " to friends, just " so long for now " .- -Unknown If you love something very, very much Let it go free If it doesn ' t return, it was never meant to be. But if it does, love it forever -Anonymous Sprout ... hit by a MACK truck at Conservative Club party ' 84 . Monica ' s sidekick . . . AIKEN for T.J. . was abonDONedJr year . Little Creek Olive . . . lil ' Des! Pince! Peanut RT fan club Pinat ... so small, yet so loud V oTlfe ' ' " ' i fc partner . . . mamouth ... 1 2 indepth RMH goss.per . l.kes F SH sandwiches . . . DEP . . . vice-pres of Pep Oxib . Cheerleader Co-captain BWARKS . . . soccer . . . late night movies of Purple Kain soo huggable SCM . . . Florida . . . always at Bucks ' games 1 At KAttoWf r P rtAORCiTV AMY BETH PELLEGRIN " When I said that I love you I meant that I love you . . . forever. " Reo SPEEDWAGON There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go, if he doesn ' t mind who gets the credit. " Unknown " A friend is someone who knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts who you ' ve become and still invites you to grow. " Unknown " If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it. " UNKNOWN Pep club head ... got tRICKed jr. and sr. years ... the new girl . . . looks delicious in a swim suit ... 1 ran an errand today . . . Great Christmas present . . . lives in a bRICK. house . . . peppy . . . cookie dough — yum! ' . . . spaz! . . . Prom ' 84 — the Best! . . . Linda - best friends since 4th grade . . . " she ' s got no neck " ... the flashlight . . . Mickey bear! , . . the black machines . . . cookies n ' cream . . . halfcrinkle . . . New York or bust . . . nah! . . . RICKY! . . . " Thank you! " . . . homecoming ' 84 (two?!) . . . move much?! . . . Ughhh! . . . Summerfest . . . The Go-Gos ... I broke a nail . . scary movies . . . curfew sucks . . wicker couch .99 red balloons . . . " How many pairs of shoes do you have? " . . . Big Red Gum . . . H.T. . . . UWM library . . . " Come on, ya know what I ' m talking about " . . . champagne . . . Beach party . . . museum . . . Great America . . Cedar Lake . . . Yes, that ' s my black VW Rabbit convertable . . . sexed. class . . . hockey locker room . . . sambo likes you! . . . wow ... I never knew she was such a partier . . . pretty KATHRYN MARY QUADRACCI All is clouded by desire - The Year Of Living Dangerously The world is mine: blue hill, still silver lake. Broad field, bright flower, and the long white road; A gateless garden, and an open path; My feet to follow, and my heart to hold — Edna St. Vincent Millay Reality is mine to keep - HRQ It can be yours — KMQ ' Why have one, when you can have five? " . . . Quad . . . AP student . . . college lovers . . . always flirts withsmart guys . . . Miss Perfect . . . wants to move to CUDAHAY . . . crew stud . . . intellectual . . . Miss Modesty . . . craddle robber . . . she will go FaR is she really Polish? . . . has many boyfriends around the country . . . freshman corrupter . . . Harry . . . 1 2 Galluns ' party soph, year . . . conceited . . . men lover . . . The Frog . . . 1 3 T. T. ' s . . . Red Red wine . . Hey, look me over . . . 1 2 tennis champs . . . 1 8 AP Physics crew . . . Pine Laker . . . abrasive . . . 1 3 creation job . . . AP US surviver . . . " What should I drive today? " . . . " It ' s all I can do " . . . harsh . . . incredibly intelligent . . . has a nice house-equipped with everything ... " I never liked Artie " . . . good athlete . . " You love him, you know it! " . . . takes all honors courses . . . Brown got more than it asked for! ... " 1 don ' t care what people say " . . .» Crucscr ' s friend . . . soon to be a Brown student . . . hopelessly in love with FR . . . f . " ■ ; - B B Pcllegrin Quadracci 143 ' Mi JULIE NASIM QURESHI In order to reach for the stars, you must make the sky the limit. -Unknown As you win more, people expect more .... The challenge is first to reach the elite and the real work is to stay there. -Al McGuire The change has come -The Stones " Yo, my name is Julie " . . . ' ' Sarah, Vicki, Anne and Julie ... 4 peas in a pod ' . . . 1 6 What a long, strange trip it ' s been-CSN . . . ' i spelled by the witch doctor . . . ' 2 famous plot . . . loves to wear WIGS ... ' - ' 2 barefoot tennis . . . McDonalds ... " 1 know ya miss me " . . the Mazda . . . " You want me " . . . Mick . . . loved her TEDdy bear Fr. and Soph, years ... Vi Bjorn Borg fan club ... 1 3 in search of Alpine Valley . . . " California is the only place to be " . . . rides hot air GALLUNS . ' ' 2 police concert . . 1 2 wonderfly ... ' 2 " We ' re going Hawaiian " . . . BLAKEned the ovals on her SAT . . . tennis celebrity . . . always on cable TV . . . Mr. Solie ' s favorite student ... 1 6 Genesis concert ' 83 ... " Aren ' t you going to say " Hi " to Ken, Sarah? " . . . tennis . . . leaves school and never gets caught 1 3 sleeps in Kohl ' s parking lot, thanks Sarah . . . " It ' s the Stones! " . . . lost her TEDdy bear Jr. year . . . Drew ' s buddy . " Julie, where is your underwear? " ... 1 6 Ed Liu fan club ... 1 5 cheerleading syndrome 1 6 pres. Ms. Kern fan club. . . left her heart at Hopmins ... " I got an itch " ... 1 3 Ramons screwballs . . . " But officer ... " ... daddy ' s little girl ... % dream men ... ' A smush in Mazda . . . roadtrips in WAgoneer ... 1 3 computer wizards ... ' ' 2 " Mom, we ' re going to the library! " . . . wild woman . . . Elkhart partier . . . nice . . . humerous . . . actually thinks she ' s going to marry Mick Jagger ... ' 2 hot tomali ... loves lim Morrison . . . reads GQ regularly ... V2 cram exam program . . . lives at Wigdales ' . . . " hi boss " ... " I feel like an orange monkey " . . . 1 3 French exam Soph, year ... Sr. year Hojos ... ' 2 " Hi Ken, this is Sarah-want to go out with me? " ... ' 2 venture to Northbrook ... 1 3 slasher . . . " Hi Yon, it ' s Yulie " . . . ' 2 CPI survivors . . . eats cornBLAKES for breakfast .°. . ' 2 " Shut up you brat! " . . . Maria ' s best friend . . . " What if ... " KORIN RICHARDS Went to Russia for the of it ... speaks every language ... the nner ' " ' alwa; behind . . . " But, Mr. Solie " .. .the only fe-le -oss- country runner . . . ' elbow action . . interested in NODELL cadil acs . . . ' , Dr Borth fan club . . . emotional wreck . smart . always late . so sensitive . . . laid out the welcome MATT ... she s a senior? . . Minnesota man ... cross-country buff . . Language expert .•. Oureslii Richards CLAIRE JEAN RITCHIE MONICA MAUREEN RICKETTS I would be true, for there are those who trust me, I would be pure, for there are those who care, 1 would be strong, for there is much to suffer, I would be brave, for there is much to dare, „ . 1 would be friend to all, the foe, the friendless, i I would be giving and forget the gift, j 1 would be humble For I know my weakness, -j 1 will look up, and laugh, and love, and live. _| - anonymous Td rather be a bird in a gilded cage, than be caged in by you ... " - Belle Tally Ho, Fox! " - James Ricketts (or the Fox Hunters) I ' d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints, the sinners are much more fun-Only the good die young ... - Billy Joel always dancing . . . always singing . . . R.T. fan club . . . moder . . Xmas and Spring vacation in Palm Beach . . . cobblestones . . . Abby Road . . . Florida road trip . . . visky in a svoon . . . Rum Runners-Whoa! . . . Dancing by the Juke Box . . . sights in the swamp . . . summer sun bums . . 1 3 Did we see Dead Zone? . . . 1 11 Santer Hall convicts . . . loud . -. . dancer . . . had a NORMal jr. year ... V2 we can work around it . . . good voice . . . ballerina . . . loves MATh ... Mc ... " We ' ve got to do something together! . . . hot chic . . . S.M. is secret admirer . . . likes to fly . . . likes GREBE s bakery . . . loves to YOdel in Switzerland . . cigars in the toilet . . . Sophmore choir trip ... ' z Let ' s just sit under the sun lamps . . . That voice- you d never miss it . . . can hear her a mile off! . . . Makes up the entire USM alto section . . . that laugh! . . . " We stayed with the girl noone likes " . . . Kara ' s friend . . . wild eastsider ... " I couldn t even get up the stairs, I wonder if my mother knew? " . . . " I work very hard; therefore, I believe 1 deserve to play hard. " Joan Collins " It takes a fast car lady to lead a double life It takes a slow star lady if you want to do it twice You take your backseat rumble Take your frontseat wife It takes a fast car lady to lead a double life. " The Cars " Shower the people you love with love Show them the way that you feel Things are going to be just fine if you only will. " James Taylor ' Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall All you ' ve got to do is call And I ' ll be there You ' ve got a friend. " James Taylor Tom Bergen fan club . . always has a boyfriend . . . gets out of jail before she ' s in . . . " Thug! " . . Shooter ' s — I ' ll never get in . . . babyface . sexy hair . . . Scott — our favorite . . . francais buddies ... V2 Tennessee Pig Chaser . . loves CHRIStmas . . . likes to slide on ice crearn BARs . . wants to go to Marquette High . . . " Where ' s my Kohl ' s card? " . rides in Linclon Continentals soph. yr. ... " I don ' t get sick! " ... " I just don ' t believe it " . . . nice nails . always put together ... A la ... chocolate eclair . . loves Abraham LINCOLN . . uses FORMELdA hyde to clean her nails . . . has brotherly love . . . loves those Ament boys . was CHRIStened jr. yr. and PETrifiEd sr. yr. by the Aments centerfold . . . the " CUCKLER " . . has a steady, but — ... Debutante slouch . V2 USM girls KRILLed in Bay Party accident . . . " It ' s the red Mercedes! " . . ' 2 PF fan club ... 1 3 O " Paget ' s mishap ... V2 LJM club . . . goes out with younger men . . . men, men, men . . . Beach bum . . .two-timer?! . . . " Really dear, I don ' t want you to have the " ... V2 " the best BARs are in " the best BARs are in Ricketts Ritchie 145 GWENDOLYN ANN ROTTER We ' ve only just begun . . . Karen Carpenter there is — another summer day and we all — will have found a separate way But we ' ll always have each other no matter where we stray . . Because we ' d be together and the Dream will never Fade . . . Eva Stokes 1 only want to see you laughing in the Purple Rain. Prince purple rain . . . ribbons . . . cute . . . good skater really smart small handwriting ... 1 2 AP Physics crew . . . loves to skate . .. Olympic hopeful ... had a secret admirer in Ben Brown . . superskater only looks quiet and innocent . . . sweet . . . who ' s her brother? one of the constant couch studiers . . . undercover partier . very intelligent . Dale ' s favorite student . . . knew everything in English ZACHARY ANTHONY SANCES The strongest words are often used in the weakest arguments. Anonymous A fool can ask more questions in a minute than a wise man can answer in a lifetime. Unknown The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends upon the unreasonable man. George Bernard Shaw Not to decide is to decide Harvey Cox Capla Ellos Testiculis; Mentes and Cordaque sequuntur! old Italian proverb where are the chicks? . . . Chakka never understands what TH. is talking about . . . " Yes, of course, Mr. Lovett " . Mr. Argument . ntelliient . . . mastered P.W.s course . But, Mr. Hughes! is the only calculus AB student who knows what is going on . Marquette " mport ... has a hot car . . . Mr. Hughes always gives h.m the hardest Z,y problems ... new and interesting addition to the drairia department . . . somehow managed to get in the newspaper political activist great eyes ... the ever news-worthy " button buyer Zach, I m afraid you ' re just confused calculus-wise " .. always willing to debate anything one of the few male Honors English students, and probably the only one who ever did his work . . . teacher ' s dream loves to ski! 14o Rotter Sances DREW TYER SAWYER RORY ALEXANDER SAVAS He that drinks well, does sleep well; he that sleeps well, doth think well; He that drinks well, doth do well; he that does well, must drink well. Anon: The Loyal Garland, 1686 If we weren ' t all crazy, we would all go insane. Jimmy Buffet Comes a time, when a blind man takes your hand and say, don ' t you see. Grateful dead Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught. Oscar VVilde Wory . . . 1 11 Santer Hall convict . . . pink warmup pants ... the purple suit . . . peer facilitater . . . Bitterman . . . 1 7 where ' s the senior-freshman, picnic? ... Vz Dip partener ... ' s Bitterman Brushrun . . . CD-69 . . . Want some dip? . . . The pad . . . " I ' m not going to dip before group one anymore " . . . 69 + 48= ' 84 Homecoming . . . freshman womanizer . . . " 69 ' . . . Sava Sit ... Va TEA . . . " Got a dip? " " Hello " ... got a way with the chicks . . . Mr. black polo lank . . . loves to play tennis on a COURT.69 . . flirt . . . was a SEAMAN sr. year . . . loves to wear KELLY green . . . The Harem ... " I did ' nt do that. No way " . . . 1 18 Jimmy Buffet . . . sod stealer ... ' s Kool and the Gang ... Vz summer tapper . . . Beach bash . . 1 11 Trinity Club . . . " Savas,Where are the chicks? " . . . The Rudder . . . freshman chicks ... Vi Nasty Mex, INC , . . Copenhagen . . . freshman corrupter . . . 1 3 Mailbox Bowling . . . drives a Thunderbird 4869 ... Vi Toss Cleaners . . . where ' s the tonic? ... ' z adventures unlimited . . . beeramid ... Vi martini powered car ... F.A.D.C. .-. . Vz Cozy Corners Patron ... 1 6 4am Quarters . . . likes his KORIN on the cob . . . loves to ride HORSES . . . had»a TEARlink in his eye soph, year . . . " O.K. guys, party ' s over . . . 1 6 Grateful Dead experience ... Vz " This car smells like a distillery " . . . drives a car license CD69 . . . " Beware of John Henry " I ' ve got many rivers to cross But just where to begin .... -Jimmy Cliff Well I ' m sick of potential I ' m sick of vanity now I ' m sticking to essential reality now -Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits Where is the love to be found someone tell me Because Life, sweet life must be somewhere to be found Instead of Concrete Jungle -Bob Marley popular because of his sister . . . terrific dancer ... Sol ... 1 6 strip poker at Burke ' s ... Vi Quad haters club . . . made ANNE excellent choice . . . ' ,1 Mama Mia ' s soph, year ... " I just want to go home to sleep " . . . WIGGLEs around . . . " She ' s a goddess " . . . vegie ... ' s Bitterman Brushrun . . . 1 3 where ' s Doerings ' . . . " Coach, I ' m not 100% " ... got ANNEialated Jr. year . . . Vs Bittermen weekend . . . 1 18 Buffet ... ' A field bash . . . Anne, Anne, Angie, which one now ... ' s Kool and the Gang . . . 1 11 Trinidy Club . . . Beach Bash ... has a great body . . . nice legs ' 8 AP Physics Crew ... Vi Rip Club ... 1 6 What a long, strange trip it ' s been-CSN ... V2 spelled by the witch doctor . . . got ANNEalyzed jr. and sr. years . . . encountered a bushman at CSN . . . " no, it ' s hopeless " . . . " 2 barefoot tennis . . . talks at Lakeshore club . . . good friend . . . " Get me a Kleenex " . . . good stickshift driver . . . raisen . . . smart ... married to Anne . . . Drewl ... V2 300 lb. black lady . . . good guy . . . very sensitive . . . Barney ' s rival ... V2 captains-not! . . . want to try a snowbank . . . sardines soph, year! . . . 1 5 strip quarters at W ' s ... V2 dancing to Bob Marley . . . WFB run ... USM world tour . . . Bloomers Party . . V2 NYE ' 83 Savas Sawyer 147 SCOTT PAUL SCHNETZKY If I told you about all that went down, it would burn off both your little e.irs. -Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter We will survive. Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter Going where the water tastes like wine, wine, wine . . . -Jerry Garcia If it be true that good wine needs no bush, ' tis true that a good play need no epilogue. -Shakespeare The duty of those who had seen the light was to lead the way. -Walter Lippman Deadhead Aiko! Aiko! . . . good friend . . . follows in Rick ' s footsteps went HOIME Soph, ye . . . 1 2 Sr. lot dead heads . soccer star . cutici 1 2 1 Deadhead . . . wildman . . . became rich in Sr. lot Sr. year . . . Speech class with Dale Sr. year ... 1 2 kind of quiet °JjJ !:° y night . 1 2 tent humor ... 1 2 golf course humor . . SCHNETZ . Maybe if your depth and perception were a little better . . . 1 2 don t get too intense before I get back ... 1 2 camp out at Alpine with the Dead The Dead ... 1 6 long strange trip it ' s been-CSN . . . Scott Pig . . . 1 2 famous plot . . . " tiedye is my life " . . . funny . . . " Hi Dumby " ... 1 have just what you need . . . cute smile . . . skinny . . . Jerry Garcia . . . Rick ' s buddy . . . always making tapes for people . never shaves . . . Kood friend . . mellow (usually)-NOT! . . . member of the great Blommer Bash 1 8 Field Bash . . . Host of A.T. ... 1 3 good humor room ... Bingy Master ... 1 8 Paddle Hut destruction . . Great intro to space . . . 1 2 jam session at R.B ' s room ... A second look at homecoming ' 84 CHARLES GORDON SCHROEDER .Thomas Fuller Life is too short to grump your way through it. Enjoy yourself. Carl John A pessimist is a man who thinks all women are bad. An optimist is a man who hopes they are. Chauncey Depew Yo-Shradcs ' S.K. ' s grade school lover . great singer cute ... 1 8 B terman Brush Run . ' . . car wash ... Mr. Nice Guy . Easom lover . embezzles from chorus . . . " Yo, I ' ve got the chicks and the Vette . Mr. Smiles . . . Shades ... 1 2 " we ' re going to go Hawaiian She s Hot. would love to WHEALON her always smiling cutie . 1 J collision on the golf course . 1 7 $98.78 at T.W. . . Beach Drive the Votte .1 5 tailgating . chick in each arm drink in each hand , hot rod, hot tempered . . lived up to our rumor 1 7 cocktails at Grebe s Where ' s the Vette? . . 1 6 what happened to the Brewer game? . .wing choir in his blood . . . bullshit on the beach . . 1 2 sumn er ,ob 1 11 Trinity Club ... Mr. All-American Lit le Red Corvette likes every girl ... 1 2 5 yr. debt ... 1 2 T.H. scholar 118 Scnctzky Schroeder JOHN JAY SLATER No m itter how much I probe and prod, 1 cannot quite believe in God; But, oh, I hope to God that He unswervingly believes in me. E.Y. Harburg Work is the world ' s easiest escape from boredom and the only surefire road to success. M. Morgan 1 demand a commitment to excellence and to victory and that is what life is all about. Vince Lombardi Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the pig. Unknown Oy . . " My thumb is not broken — just bent " . . . Thursday is Chip Day SLATE . . . " Captain ' s retreat ' " . . . Scarface ... the Doors . . . Chip Day! . . . Duh . . . 1 4 college algebra . . . " Phooey! " . . . quiet . . . grunt . ' " they should be wiped off the face of this earth!! " ' . . . fights in architecture . . . kill . . . linebacker . . . 1 8 field bash{es) . . . became an honors student jr. year . . . Thursday is his day . . . nice guy . . . good body . . . Mt. Rushmore . . . leftie . . . studies 10 hrs. for quiz . . . " huh? " . . . absolutely perfect student . . . terrific body ... J.S. always questions him . . . does he ever speak? . . . Homecoming singer . . . lives in library . . . eats at Taco BELL . . . quite the gentleman . . . Chippy. LISA DENISE MARY SPEARMON No man hath affliction enough that is not matured and ripened by it and made fit for God by that affliction. John Donne, " Meditation 17 " When you ASSUME you make an ASS out of U and ME! Felix Unger, The Odd Couple Would you like a jellybaby? Doctor Who - Tom Baker One that won " t make me nervous Wonderin " what to do One that makes me feel Like I feel when Tm with you I ' m alone with you I ' m alone with you baby. chorus of " I Want a New Drug " Huey Lewis and the News Democrat . . . Boy George concert . . . Mondale Ferraro campaign manager . . Mondale-Ferraro fer shure . . . does she ever get tired? . . . talks 100 miles an hour about soap operas . . . LOU! . . . great parties in 4th grade . . . Eleanor Hayes look-alike . . . very intelligent . . . sixth grade wild woman . . . never slows for a breath while talking . . . incredibly strong willed . . . always sees movies twice in a row ... a teacher ' s dream as a student . . . volleyball captain . . . terrific eyes . . . science master . . . organized ... so high strung . . . actually enjoys science . . . THE volleyball team . . . giggles constantly . . . Slatcr Spearmon 149 ROBERT WILLIAM STOCKING A friend is a person with whom 1 may be sincere, before her 1 may think aloud. R.W. Emerson Lose your dreams and you will lose your mind. Rolling Stones What lies behind us, and what lies before us are tiny matters ompared to what lies within us. R.W. Emerson There are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there ' s still time to change the road you ' re on. Led Zeppelin That ' s not naughty, that ' s human nature. Anonymous Dr. Smith jr. . . . slight temper . " Where ' s Diane? ' ' . . . BOX " My backM ' . . . sod stealer . . . dumb lineman . The Doors? . . Doy . Tot STRATTONized sr yr. . " No, I don ' t have a bad temper . . JISM danc g . ' ?Kool and the Gang . . . Mr Mumbles 1 11 Santer Hall TonTcf . . . Diane . . . chicks . . Icing goof . . . Susie E«° ' " . , ' ° « ' ° imitate Doc Smith . . . " Get ta class, ya buhfoons! . . Beach bash ... " s inThe art room . . . Fred Flintstone . . DIANE t° -« ' V- . V, - ' - a . Mr. Drinker . . . Rory ' s best friend . -Doctor Smith s favorite . . . uses his sister ' s apartment for parties . » " ' f °f,„- i ' " from me to you " . . . USM world tour . . . WFB run . . . 1 6 4 00 a.m. quaTteVs 1 6 Fond du Lac road trip . . . V2 Mr. Lovett ' s advisor . 1 11 Trinity Club . . 1 20 Jimmy Buffet R.T. . . . V2 Sleezestack attack , yJi.Lt°A..J 1 7 St Marv ' s roadtrip . . . I IO Boxer tennis. AKIO TAGAWA I never let my schooling interfere with my education. -Mark Twain Everything under the sun is in tune But the sun is eclipsed by the moon -Roger Waters Life is one big road with lots of signs So when you ' re riding through the ruts don t you complicate yoi Flee from hate, mischief, and jealousy Don ' t bury your thoughts, but put your dreams to reality -Bob Marley What a man thinks of himself, that is which determines, or rather indicates his fate. -Henry David Thoreau Even a blind man knows when the sun is shining -Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter 1 5 Prairie roadtrip ... 1 7 St. Mary ' s roadtrip 1 7 AP Physics crew ... 100 doUah . . . rice patty . emperor AKIIOO chiwawa Charlie . . . speed skater . . . ginsu . . ost pants cross- country party . . . Sony . . . 1 10 AP Calc BC Hitachi .. 1 bought it because fdidn ' t want it all . . . 1 6 the Dying Breed ... Him Ho II . doesn ' t say much, but once he gets going, ... Are y° " - . ' g ey talking? . . talks on the phone while sleepmg -.wants to date brookey cLrlie Tagawa . . . AP,AP,AP . . . good bicyclist, skater, runner student etc. . . ' acquired a harem Sr. year . . KIO . srnart . . . Ak , .In vm, know Ed Liu? " ... Mr, Runner picked on by J.S. . . .followed do you know Ed Liu? " ... Mr, Runner . picked on by J,S. - f°ll°wed constantly by freshmen . . . " This is my brother, Jim Lee Tagawa _ has every pen, eraser, pencil, etc. ever invented . . . mv dancing school Jartner ' . ave a concise speech in USI . . . one of ' he " -r-take -notes- in-lim-prs . . very intellieent . . . always smiling . Sorry, K ck. in-USI ' ers . . . very intelligent always smiling borrv, imck. Rick was just no match for those muscled legs . . incredible athlete has a twin brother 150 Stocking Tagawa MATTHEW FRANCIS TECTOR " l Need A Break " Houdini " Matt ' s room has the lived-in look " Mom 1 3 Cheeto Fan Club . . . mateo . . . Ms. Caldwell ' s 1 fan ... only sleeps during class . . . always studies . . . THE EGO . . . Quad ' s best friend — not ... loves his Ebglish teachers — not ... shy - at first . . . lives to rip . . . was stripped by Daseball team . . . 1 3 P.H. . . . hung by underwear at football camp freshman year . . . grundies with Jimmy T. and Lane jr. year . . . loves his Puerto Rican glove . . . " Judy rides the bull " . . . lives at baseball camp . . . videogame junkie . . . swank . . . always on back in hockey . . . smart guy . . . thinks he ' s funny . . . skinny . . . good looking . . . closet intellectual ... Va Quad haters club . . . easy to get along with . . . AP Chem survivor ... Vt Grandma ' s beach ... V2 motor cross in CPI . . . Mr. Rip ... Va AP Physics . . . sweetheart when he wants to be ... , " " the girls love him . . . ladies man . . . balck music fan . . . got CONned . ' ' 2 Rip club . . . grew a lot ... E-force . . . totally sexy. GREG CHARLES VAN FOSSEN On the day of victory no one is tired -Unknown Cwcg . . got a WIG jr. year . . . likes to eat out at WENDY ' S ... 1 5 Detroit episode . . Vn has anyone seen the LeBaron? ... 13 lunch break at Ficwager ' s ... Va Bring us another round Charles . . . " Greg.Get down from that tree! " . . . Jism dancing . . . Bucky . . . sod stealer . . . " Mack.there ' s no tire! " ... 1 7 98.78 T.Q. . . . Beach Drive ... 1 7 " Where ' s the senior-freshman picnic? " ... Vz warm Green Death club at Dalton ' s . . . Glen ... V2 Wild Turkey chase . . . 1 5 tailgating at Schrade ' s . . ' ' 2 pond pollution . . . Bertha . . . Morning Greg!! . . . nicest guy ... cutie . . . ' 2 " Help, we ' re trapped up here! " . . . Poplar Creek . . 1 5 paddle pounders . . . table jumper . . . Mr Smith ' s de ' bbonair ... V2 pissed off postman . . 1 11 Trinity club . . . Gatsby . . . good hockey player . . " That ' s later on tonite " . . . Pididdle at Summerfest . . . Greg Van Tossen Tector Van Fossen 151 FREDERICK VOGEL IV No amount of fire or freshness can challenge what a man can store up in his ghostly heart. F. Scott Fitzgerald Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind. -Ralph Waldo Emerson The hallmark of responsible comment is not to sit in judement on events as an idle spectator, but to enter imaginatively into the role of a participant in the action. -Waiter Lippman The course of true love doth never run smooth. -Willia ' m Shakespeare The issue here isn ' t whether we broke a few rules or took a few liberties with our female party guests ... we did. -Eric Stratton in " Animal House handsome ... Mr. Culture . . . Saul . intellectual . . Trident Editor . . Beach bash . . 1 17 photo session ... 1 6 strip poker at Burke s . . kennel on wheels . . . ' . jogging episode and sfiir splints on River Rd . . 1., trip to Elkhart at 2 AM Prom jr. year has Fred 25 yd. line experience . . . FONER . . bm . a. . ..- k ■ ' ■■,■ " ts my birthday- they won t mind! " .. we ' re working on the yearbook . Circle Drive . . . symphony, Hawks, ? . ., Mr. Harvard ,, nice dresser married jr. and sr. years ... 1 5 strip quarters at W s l U Santer Hall Convict .1 8 field bash . . . 1 4 CTB . . . 1 6 car mixers at Badger Bob ' s . Mooseheads at W ' s . . adores S.L. V. cleared out Hawks jazz afficionado . . . V2 Dynamic Duo . . . Henry s loves sLANC .North Avenue escapades . . ' A old married couple . . . the night of Pierre " . . . cigars . . fove those historians . . . Private Paddle Hut Retreat . . . Fairy Chasm ' 84 . . V. boot festival . EFK. Holy Hill crew 1 3 " Cimmarron 180 " . . Sumerfest 6-1 . all cotton . . . " 2 Gummy Bear lovers ... Art Lundt fan club . . Wimpies on a weeknight ' i Hudson Bay . . . ' 2 Coburns crippled Blazer ... ' 2 cart 29 V„ Palm Garden ... ' ' 2 Forest Fan Club . , the drinking room ■■Beer? What beer?! Oh, no sir, that ' s not ours! . . . Zur krone . MCC Swimmers ... " late?! it ' s only- " ... that Cimrrraron ... Lac du Coeur one night . . . ' , skiing buddies . . that damn light . . . V2 idealistic weekend ... " 2 " No- we haven ' t written it yet ANNE LOUISE WEIGELL Nature is more beautiful than Art, and in a living creature freedom of movement makes nature more beautiful. Buffon Lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives sublime. And, departing, leave behind us footprints in the sands of time. Longfellow Ds at Dcbbies ... got some B.V. d ' s Latin survivor L.B. fan club in love with Barney . . . Elkhart partier limo action friend ot team J B loves to clean Barney ' s sheath . rowdy girl pubi . veg . . . Wiggle! . . . likes to DREWel Oye Vey! hyper went ihFought the SS syndrome soph, year likes to read Tom SAWYER . 1 0 president of the Ms. Kern fan club . loves to ride horses . Barney ' s gonna be glue . . . Annie . walks up stairs like a sailor . . pretty ' " Doc Borth fan club . . . DREW some pictures jr. and sr. years . . . cute . . . Wiggie . . . lives in a barn . WIGGLE . . an extremist; either loves of hates everything ... has an in with Kate . rides cows . . . " But Bonnie says ... " ... hyperactive ■- ' ' . l ' ' ' ' ' . parking lot . . . ' 84 X-mas surprise Oct 22! V2 NYE 83 . . .1 3 Charlie Brown . . . Today ' s TH day . . . ' 2 Sea island 83 into C.B. communication soph. yr. . . . loved McDonalds fr. yr. . . . the shower scene J.M. ... ' " 1 Stevens Point switch 0 hW 152 Vogel Weigell ANNE ELIZABETH WHEALON Love when you can, cry when you have to, Be who you must, it ' s a part of the plan. Await your arrival, simply survival. And someday we ' ll all understand. -Dan Fogelberg It shows I ' m not dreaming Because you and I know it s time for a change. -Genesis What lies behind us, and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. -Emerson in a pod ... 1 6 " what a long stra nge trip it s been V . . — .-.. . . . ' We killed it " ... 1 4 spin the bottle ... D ' s at Debbies ... 1 2 Summerfest 82 . . . " Mom, We ' re going to the library " . . . dancing in the dark . . . Mape . . . best buddies . . . loves to eat string " CHEEZY " ... 1 2 loves to clean up after parties . . . State House Memories . THE STONES! . . . E khart lake experiences ... 1 6 G.B. experience ... 1 6 Genesis 83 . . . gets embarassed when Julie ' s obnoxious . . . chicken legs . . . Cyclops ... 1 3 Can 1 drive? . . . C.S. cut her mouth . . . now, bad! Swallowed many QUALudes . . . Dominican import Jr. year . had the big O at 16 Candles " . . . nice lip ... 1 4 Dream men . . . miracle worker . . . can ' t fly ... 1 2 " Wright " experience . . . neat eyes . . . Julie ' s big sister . . . " We only talked " . . . CSN . . . jugs . . . Barb and Bob are out . . 1 5 cheerleading syndrome Jr. year . . . 1 4 smash in Mazda . . . likes high QUALEty . . . leave it to Beaver . . . Don " t mess ... 1 2 VonTrier ' s scandel . . . lived in Madison Sr. year ... our party at Whealons ... 1 6 Ed Liu fan club . . . Cindy Tews 2! ... 1 5 Female summer crew . . sweetie pie ... loves pizza in Sanibel . . . " " How ' bout a M.L.? " ... the on« eyed woman . . . sneaky ... pig out ... Hojo ' s Sr. year ... " I got my sailor " ... St. Eugene graduate . . . scrotilover . . . cruises in the BMW 3 mobile . . . EDGAR ... the skinnydippers ... the " Tom and Jerry Show " " . . . 1 2 " shut-up you brat! " " . . . " ' Sir, you ' re very rude! " . . trips in the Wagoneer ... a true Catholic girl . . . " " You know Anne, I know you know! " ' . . . Oh, what Pete doesn ' t know! . . . fun, fun, fun! ... Hi, Boss! SUSANA CONNOR WIGDALE All, when to the heart of man w.is it ever less than treason to go along with the drift of things? -Robert Frost Ch.inging what you can change and Not (.lianging what you can ' t hope to change but Wise enough to know the difference. -The prayer of St. Francis of Assisi What then must we do? We must give love to whom ever God has placed in our path. -■ ' The Year of Living Dangerously " Elegant Diz ... D ' s at Debbies ... 1 3 the Creation . . . Cherubim . . . LB. fan club . . Spit . . . butterfly expert . . . beautiful profile . . . very pretty! . . . 1 3 exposed to truckers . . . Who me? . . . I ' m not a space cadet Bop . . . Charlie Brown ' s sister . . . 1 6 Green Bay incident . . " Do you think he likes me? " . . miss enunciation . . " Wait a minute, I just drew a blank " . . . looks innocent but- . . 1 5 cheerleading syndrome Jr. year . . Cat Stevens ... the best cook . . . strolled down shadey LANEs Soph, year . . Suzie Spaz . . . nice body . . . Swuzie . . Wiggy hopeless driving from Elkhart . . . always has a fox in mind . . . fish . . 1 2 fun in Florida ... 1 2 The Rodio! . . . " You didn ' t pinch him! " . . . 1 11 Santer Hall convict . . . Miss Nutrition . . . The Face . . . 1 2 " Let ' s dress like flower children and go to the MCC! " . . . enjoys jogging with cigars . . 1 4 3:00 am movies . . . What ever did happen in Tender Mercies? . . . Til spit at Liza to make her feel better! " . . . bounces when she walks . . . functions on another level . . . 1 3 collision on golf course Lets end the evening at Susie ' s! . . . party in the shed . . 1 2 hiding in the RZS during ALEX ... 1 2 " Did they go off the road- or not? " . . . 1 2 group 8 embarassed sun worshipers Whealon Wigdale 153 ANDREW SPENCER WILLIAMS, There ' s no failure except ir not trying. - Anonymous What a man thinks of himself, that is which determines, or rather indicates his fate. - Henry David Thoreau They also serve who only stand and wait. - John Milton 1 hate quotations. Tell me what you know. Emerson Ham cutie . . . sweet ... Mr. Stud . . . AP Physics reject ... ' 2 A- Team fan club . . . Gaf! . . . He-man fan club . . Yaleman . ' Spam . Elephant Legs . . . read a HUGHESpaper Jr. year . . . Isn ' t he that famous singer? . . . lazy Prefect . . . " My finger ' s not broken just blue " .. Captain ' s retreat ... ' A weightmen ' s relay . . . lives in the White House 1st place annual Goof contest ... Vz locker room homo . cheers! Ditto! . . Conan . . . learned KARAte Jr. year . . 1 11 Santer Hall convict . . . Vi Field Bash . . . down tree . . . GHOSTbusters MICHAEL JOHN WINTERS All experience is an arch,-to build upon. -Henry Brooks Adems Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example -Mark Twain Everything is funny as long as it happens to somebody else -Will Rogers mere stud . . . sweetie . . . metamorphis . Mr Wints long phone calls . ' A Bitterman Brushrun . . . Berkeley Blvd. bust . . Mr. Smith Jism dancing ... Mr. PDA ... 1 5 where ' s the senior-freshman picnic? 1 18 Buffet roadtrip ... 1 5 car mixers at Badgers 1 3 fender bender on Goodrich Lane ... Vz drinking buddy sod stealer sr. year had license feVOLKed ... ' e Kool and the Gang 1 3 where s Doerine ' s? ... ' A parkinglot pounder ... 1 5 Sanibel waterslide . . ' A 19 hole at Sanibel . . . " Busied " ... 1 3 A.P.Bio Three Stooges . . We have to make a sacrifice to the Bunsen Gods . .drives to school a lot . . -4 Mucky Duck patrons ... ' A TEofA ... ' A lazy football players Vz speedqueen road trip to Ripon ... Vz Barnies BULL ... on the beach . . B achbash ... ' , summer job . . . 1 11 Trinity Club . drives his little green car . . . " If you can ' t get it, just don t bother TC A weightman ' s relay ... Joel 11 .. . banned from driving . ' a Fieldbash . . .1 6 car drinks at Badger Bob ' s ... 1 7 cocktails at Grebe s .US chicks . . Tom Cruise ... Vi FAPC ... red wine lovers ... MARled at Summerfest ' 84 ... 1 3 had it pegged on Good Hope 8th gr de 154 Williams Winters SENIOR POLL Most Likely to Succeed Maria Acevedo, Eric Vogel Sloppiest Julie Qureshi, David Cohen Best Eyes Anne Whealon, Scott Schnetzky Most Athletic Sarah Kuesel, Alby Gallun Sneakiest Julie Qureshi, Mike Winters First to the Altar Stacy Kuchta, Greg VanFossen Biggest Mouth Monica Ricketts, Mack Borges Most Stubborn Sarah Lang, Drew Sawyer Biggest Gossip Lisa Berggren, David Cohen Wildest Dancer Kara Hughes, Rick Blommer Most Dependent on Mom Lisa Berggren, Charlie Schroeder Most Optimistic Wendy Burke, Chip Doering Most Pessimistic Jay Lott, Colleen Locke Laziest Julie Qureshi, Bob Dengel First to Commit a Violent Crime Zach Sances, Wendy Burke Best Couple Eric Vogel and Sarah Lang Best Dressed Eileen Cavanaugh, Eric Vogel Has a Steady, But Claire Ritchie, Slade McGauran Biggest Space Cadet Eileen Cavanaugh, Chip Doering Most Talked About Sarah Kuesel, Mack Borges Sexiest Susie Wigdale, Rick Blommer Most Serious Nancy Gottschlich, Chip Slater Biggest Flirt Kathryn Quadracci, David Cohen Cutest Vicki Maholias, Charlie Schroeder Biggest Socialite Vicki Maholias, Mike Grebe Biggest Procrastinator Korin Richards, Dan Hess Most Enthusiastic Amy Pelligren, Charlie Schroeder Best Driver Julie Qureshi, Mike Grebe Quietest Kathy Dahlman, Andy Williams Most Gullible Eileen Cavanaugh, Chip Doering Most Cynical Sarah Lang, Charles Grausz Most Intellectual Sarah Long, Eric Vogel Craziest Wendy Burke, Scott Schnetzky Biggest Metamorphosis Jay Lott, Liza Connelly Laughs the Most Sarah Kuesel, Mike Grebe Best Figure (Girls) Debbie Dalton Best Figure (Boys) Bob Dengel Biggest B.S.er Kathryn Quadracci, Eric Vogel Most Radical Wendy Burke, Jay Jasper Most Conservative Liza Connelly, Mike Grebe Bleeds Blue and Gold Amy Pelligren, Mike Grebe Most Hypocritical Julie Qureshi, Dan Hess Best Candidate for a Liver Transplant M.B., L.C. Moodiest Anne Whealon, Matt Tector Earliest Alumni Debbie Bian Most Creative Uniform Kara Hughes, John Lambie Senior Poll 155 s Charlie S. Mike G. 156 Baby Pictures 4 Andy Lisa S. r Ken H. Kathy Zachary Alby Kathryn Baby Pictures 157 Liza 158 Baby Pictures L to R: Vicki M., Santa C, Vicki ' s sister Stacey K Rob M and Bitsy Monica Mar 3t ' - ' ' ■ i 1 S M . Ibbh h,. flMH ■ I? J .w Lisa B and Scott Baby Pictures 159 Vicki B. Despina P. Rick K. Jay L. 160 Baby Pictures Julie Bob S. 1 1 m Ki l HlKi BBW Wendy B. Dan 162 Baby Pictures ° ' ' D. " • " ' ' " " " " ' " ' .,. ' liJ J OOPS! Candids 163 CONSOLIDATION 164 Consolida CENTURY Congratulations To The Class Of ' 85 From THE TECTORS Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Last Graduating Class Of The South Campus 1985 From THE BERGGRENS CONTRIBUTING Best Wishes And Congratulations To The Senior Class Of ' 85 THE GREBE FAMILY Ads 165 DONOR Congratulations Big Brother Bob And All Your Classmates From LULU AND NICKI STOCKING Congratulations To The Class Of ' 85 From THE LOTTS To The Class Of 1985 Graduating Last At The South Campus - But Not Least BOB AND LYNN SLATER Congratulations To The Class Of ' 85 THE VAN FOSSENS Congratulations To The Class Of ' 85 From THE KUESEL FAMILY 166 Ads DONOR Congratulations Senior Class Of ' 85 GEORGE AND ANASTASIA PAPAGEORGE Good Luck KATE AND JOHN GRAUSZ Congratulations To The Class Of ' 85 JOHN H. DAHLMAN JR. Congratulations To The Last Senior Class Of The South Campus Best Wishes To The Class Of ' 85 Congratulations THE CHRISTENSEN FAMILY Ads lo7 NORTH SHORE AREA MIIW.IAST • HKTKICAl • GAIDEN SUPfUES (SCOHS) OPEN • nUMKNG • tUUCING SUPfUCS SUNDATS • TOOIS • PAINT • KEYS (fO«BON-tX)MISTIC HOUMHOID) 1 AM. - 4 P M. • WINDOW IffAIR • LAWN MOWEK SHARPENING MON. FRI EVES •THE PLACE WITH THE HELPFUL HARDWARE MAN " Till 8,30 P.M. VILLAGE HARDWARE inc 961-1143 6240 N. PT. WASH. RD. (JUST NORTH OF BENDER RD) CONGATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 85 Jordy Kessler Real men do drink strawberry Margaritas 5932 N. Green Bay Ave. Glendale, Wl 53209 Telephone (414)228-1911 168 Ads Compliments of WESTERN SNOWPLOWS A Division of DOUGLAS DYNAMICS. INC. 7777 NORTH 73rd STREET MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 53223 Ads 169 so :v inkspot gmpl cs 11516 N. PORT WASHINGTON RD. u? vL " Mequon Office Pork " Garden Level , v . MEQUON, WISCONSIN 53092 ' ' " ' esl ' 2414944 Don Ritchie, PhD A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE 6200 N. Port Washington Rd. MUwaukee, WI 53217 (414) 964-4400 REID F. NODELL PRESIDENT Cedar Ridge A Williamsburg styled, self-contained neighborhood of attached single family homes very similar to our CEDAR GABLES development we built in the 1970 ' s. All the conveniences and privacy of single family living but without all the aggrava- tions of upkeep: lawn care, snow shoveling, painting, window cleaning, etc. Com- plete landscaping, patios, coachlight street lamps, cozy private meandering streets with no culverts or ditches Selective locations on the lake-waterway are available 3 bedroom (1st floor master suite), 2 ' ? bath. Fireplaces, cedar shakes, air conditioning Many features. Individual design 1,400 to 2,500 square feet. $125,000 to $180,000 or more. 2 car garage, full basement. Location; Donges Bay Road. 1 block west of Port Washington Road. Tht KENRIK CORPOR.ATIO 1 10140 North Port Washington Road Mequon. Wisconsin 53092 Telephone: 241 5090 KENRIK SALUTES THE CLASS OF 1985 170 Ads . lO scHWfinKe hfisren co. J E W E LE RS Since f 9 32 EAST SILVER SPRING DRIVE tj TELELPHONE 9 6 4 • 1 2 ■» 2 MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 53217 CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. ROOFS — GUTTERS — CHIMNEYS TUCKPOINTING — HOME REPAIRS ALUMINUM STORMS SCREENS Licensed • Bonded • Insured All Work guaranteed • Free Estimates EDWIN WHITTAKER, president 354-2395 7912 W. BRADLEY RD. MILWAUKEE, WIS. 53223 PRIME SUPPLIERS TO THE FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY SINCE 1923 BECKER FOODS MEAT. POULTRY, FISH SEAFOOD, CONVENIENCE FOODS. BECKER FOOD COMPANY INC 4160 N PORT WASHINGTON BD , MILWAUKEE, Wl 53212 (414) 964-5353 Ads 171 PEWAUKEE A ci r c_ ocvi; - SAN PRAr O. ' i ' -- ' - ' ..fiS-- r- " V.- ■ : - Vl :. • " V. - -4 -t- ' .- " ■ WTi fefc, • V eWAUKW9 yotJSTOV ■e tV „ ... Sussex ? . l --- " - ' " ' - . r CAOO ' " " -s.- • -•■... lit. , B»«. . — .ill A " ' ■-r:.-- r ' » k -1 172 A Where in the world is Pewaukee? Ask Jacques Cousteau. ..or ask Print Buyers at Attenzione, Beauty Digest, Black Enterprise, Buick, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Circus, Cycle Guide, Family Safety Fishing Facts, Haiper ' s, MddMagazine, National Foothall League, hJeivsweek, Outsicie, Scholastic, True Story, [j.S. News WnrLl Report, Volkswagen... Qii:r1 PcwaLikee, Wisciinsin S OTZ 1414)691-9504 SOME THINGS ARE WORTH REMEMBERING BMRD. IN A CLASS By ITSELF Baird Robert W.Baird Co. Incorporated 777 East Wisconsin Avenue. Milwaukee. Wisconsin Member New York Stock Exchange. Inc. and other principal exchanges. 174 Ads CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1985 The Schroeders UNIVEST CaRPORATIDN Best Of Luck To The Last Class Of The South Campus CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS UNIVEST CORP. nKFKF.S IN MIl.WAUKKh.. W ISCONSIN ST l.OUIS. MISSOUHI Sl ' KINlJKIKI.I). ll.l.lNtHS cai ' e ;ikahiikau. missouki wasmin(;ton. dc. KERBER. ECK BRAECKEL CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 735 NORTH WATER MILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN 53202 1932 - 1985 MKMItKHS AMKKK A.N INSTITITK OK KKTIKIHI) IMHI.IC A4C " (»1;NTANTH 414-. 7(i •j:i03 Services we provide include Timothy F. Harris - Partt er AUDITING Ca ' JS " mucTia Computer Bookkeeping ketail rWJUFACTURiNG Real Estate health la. e Ads 175 Whoever meditates some great design- Let strength and nature dawn in every line- Let art and fancy full perfection give- And each bold figure seem to move and live. Horace Through time, doorways have been a focus of man ' s creative effort. We hop the doorways of your life open to success and happiness- may opportunity abound. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1985 From Fred and Anne Vogel 176 Ads American Doorway circa 1785 Bristol, Rhode Island Milwaukee Art Museum Layton Art Collection Charter Wire Milwaukee Wire Products Mellowes Company National Lock Washer Company Charter Rolling £HAI T£I ■ MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC. 10500 North Port Washington Road PO Box 217 Mequon, Wisconsin 53092 414 241-3220 l owerA travel ervice 6928 N. Santa Monica Blvd. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 • PHONE: (414) 352-6700 FAMILY OWNED " 28 Years of Service " NATIONALLY KNOWN Ads 177 BEST WISHES TO THE 1985 GRADUATING CLASS FROM UIHLEIN ELECTRIC CO., INC Uihiein Electric Electrical Contractors and Engineers 178 Ads . " i-. % ' m jjjfu i i fp Tmjj , CONGRATULATIONS AND THE BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF ' 85 Congratulations And Best Wishes From fn ATHLETIC 601 E. SILVER SPRING DR., MILWAUKEE, Wl 53217 (414) 963-1235 180 Ads E 600 WEST KINZII STREET CHICAGO 10, IlllNOIS Congratulations Class Of 1985 BLOMMER CHOCOLATE CO. Ads 181 Il T(H -B w Co- Phone 276-8888 COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 2318 N. Farwell Ave AWARDED LANDLORD OF THE YEAR Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211 MEMBER MILWAUKEE ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE AWARDS AND LETTERS OF COMMENDATION FROM: Milwaukee East Organizations Congress (Representatives of 900 Organizations) Property Taxpayers Union Income Property Owners Association Milwaukee County Property Owners Inc. EAST SIDE RENTALS Another Giwosky Enterprise Goocj Luck USM students and grads If ' fl.b THORXHII.I. FARMS POLLED HEREFORDS 8900 N. UPPER RIVER ROAD • RIVER HILLS, WISCONSIN 53217 TELEPHONE 414-352-8248 REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS We sell beef sides raised naturally - no artificial food stuffs or hormone injections. Fed natural corn and beef pellets and fattened with sweet flakes, molasses, barley and other natural ingredients. The best meat you can obtain at $1.65 per lb. hanging weight plus butcher ' s cost. Average weight per side is 250 lbs. to 300 lbs. Join other USM families buying these beef sides Another Giwosky Enterprise Good Luck USM students and grads 182 Ads --fiaiil Pml Plmrnmi m PRESCRIPTIONS — FREE DELIVERY • SICK ROOM SUPPLIES (Rental Sales) • PHOTO DEPARTMENT • COSMETICS • HALLMARK CARDS • BATH GOODS DEPT. • OSTOMY SUPPLIES adjoining li POStC GIFT SHOPPE Featuring: • The Gourmet Gallery • Hand Crafted Items • Collectibles. • Unique Gifts for All Occasions RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES ( t V U.S. POSTAL STATION . 5j!wO V GIFT WRAPPING AVAILABLE 352-6300 8735 N Port Washington Rd • Located in BROWNPORT SHOPPING CENTER f% t fP- Ads 183 ' ■ " M) ' ' V ' " ' ' if ' stereophones loudspeakers digital delay systems PmiMB U(MlLmil7MB COMPLETE BUILDING. MAINTAINING. INSTALLING AND REMOVING OF PIERS ALBERT F. GALLUN. IV CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 INCLUDING THESE YOUNG GRADUATES BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK FROM HESS ' , McGAURANS AND SAWYERS 184 Ads CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 85 BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE Dr. And Mrs. Goldberg ' • ,,i ' iij|» .i JjjWI ' ' ' IL " Ahhh, now guys, I hate to say this, but, ahh, this is the last season I shovel the walk 40 to 50 times in between periods. " Ads 185 CONGRATULATIONS, ANNE! FROM YOUR USM FAMILY Carl, Bonnie, Carolyn, Kristin, Ellen And Sarah Congratulations to the Class of 85 and the team captains. The BoostQ- Club 186 Ads THE EDITOR ' S PAGE k» With the superiority that has for years characterized the yearbook, the TRIDENT began a hectic but rewarding seven months of work. Despite the fact that the staff consisted of two editors and the yearbook of only a few pages a week before the first deadUne, we kept the enthusiasm and initiative which, we think, has pro- duced one of the finest editions ever. Although some questions just exactly what did go on in the newly painted and remodeled TRIDENT room, the editiors and, later, a very helpful staff, through incessant work and effort, achieved not only a book of noteable length but also of excellent quality. (This should be proof enough.) The TRIDE NT staff deviated a little from its belief in the work ethic but only to enjoy some of the finer things in life, of course. Although we did not meet all of our deadlines on schedule, many late nights, sacrificed weekends, and 24 hour sessions were contributed, to the dismay of our Monday morning teachers. This year an occasional photograph was even submitted by the CHARTER staff, establishing a foundation for coopera- tion that will be necessary when both complex publica- tions share the same tiny room next year. (We wish you the best of luck.) To summarize our feelings, when we look at the grinning gargoyles, the wood carvings above the doorways, the lead-paned windows and slate roof, the old stone fireplaces (doves no less) and all wood classrooms, the worn plaques and globe light fixtures, the stained-glass windows, the rickety lockers and an- cient pictures, we realize that we are leaving tradition and memories that can never be replaced. We only hop we have preserved some of these memories and captured some of the spirit of the 1984-85 school year. Special thanks are due to Cilento Studios for their gen- erous assistance with photography, Ms. Eisner - we all learned a little and even produced a book, Sara West and Candy Yashiro for their valuable hours of layout, Vicki Maholias and Karen Hartwig for their infallible c_ppy work, " the " photography crew for their great pictures (eventually), and especially Gordy for all his help, ho- mor, and tolerance of us during the many late nights. Good luck in the years to come. 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