Vancouver College - Collegian Yearbook (Vancouver, British Columbia Canada)
- Class of 1980
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Commitment to . mm : : i ill Iff mim hfm it !;■ imw |;|i| |fcj ■ j§ •;« . . ' IK ' : m a m 1 — t - J y jt fg DB sF ' • P; m - 9 kjMi High School Graduates f ' --k - i £ 1 H ' f i i ii COLLEGIAN STAFF Moderator: Br. Paul Raymond Editor-in-chief: Michael Kaweski Asst. Editor: Stewart Muir Copy Editor: Mr. Peter O ' Loughlin Ad Campaign: A.J. Long and Rob Mackinnon Faculty: Stewart Muir Graduates: Nick Schmaling High School: Paul Catto and Mike Hirschsprung Elementary: Frank Geier Special Euent s: Piotr Czayko wski Actiuities: Stewart Muir Sports: Dan Paris Business: Patrick O ' Loughlin Friends: Hernando Cortez Typing Editor: Joseph Lee Darkroom Staff: Frank Chan, Brent Done, Remy Stachowiak, Aubry Earenholtz, Colin Schuss Photographers: Rob Johnstone, Peter luancic, Gordon Urquhar Stephen Lim, Graeme MacFarlane, Mark Paddack N.S.S. Aduisor: Mr. Norm Shaw. TABLE OF CONTENTS P. 8 Faculty P. 1 8 Graduates P. 52 High School P. 92 Special Euent s P. I 10 Actiuities P. 128 Elementary P. 146 Sports P. I 76 Friends P.238 Student Directory TOTUS TU US - ALWAYS YOURS Photo by ■ Steue Larigakis t TOTUS TUUS Dear Students, I am appreciative of your thoughtful sentiments and prayerful support. I am pleased to know that the teaching staff of your high school has chosen “Justice and Peace” as the theme for the school year. I assure you of my prayers and cordially impart to you and all those associated with you in your message, my Apostolic Blessing. Your brother in Christ Joannes Paulus P.P. II. " ... Chirst is our Justice and our Peace, and all our works of justice and peace draw from this source. We must resolutely commit ourselves to the service of individuals and of people - for Christ urges us to do so • . . . scripture tells us that Lazarus found consolation, but that the rich man found torment. Was the rich man condemned because he had riches, because he abounded in earthly possessions? . . . The rich man was condemned because he did not pay attention to the other man. Because he failed to take notice of Lazarus. Nowhere does Christ condemn the mere possession of earthly goods; he pronounces very harsh words against those who use their possessions in a selfish way, without paying attention to the needs of others. " From the speech of Pope John Paul II October 2, Yankee Stadium. 3 Brother Lawerence Austin Angel " Those tuho instr uct many unto justice shall shine as stars for all eternity.” Monsignor Nichol a long time friend of the Brothers and V.C. pronounced a eulogy upon the occasion of Brother Angel’s death. How appropriate does the above quotation from Sacred Scripture become when applied to the life of Brother Lawrence Austin Angel who, in the early morning hours of Monday, March I Oth., was called by His Divine Master to his eternal home. Brother Angel spent thirty-six years as a member of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, carrying on the work begun by Brother Edmund Ignatius Rice, of instructing youth in the eternal truths. For ten years of his life as a Religious teacher, Brother Angel gave faithful and devoted service to the Vancouver College Community. In addition to being an instructor in Religious Knowledge and the eternal truths, Brother Angel was a competent teacher of English, Latin, and French. His many expupils will recall his warm personality and keen wit both as a teacher in the classroom and as a friend in the casual conversations which take place between student and teacher after classes. Brother Angel was bom in St. John ' s, Newfoundland fifty-nine years ago. After his initial training as a Christian Brother and a teacher. He began his first teaching assignment in 1946 at St. Louis College, Victoria. In addition to his ten years of service at the College, Brother spent seven more years instructing students in B.C. - three years in Victoria, and four years at St. Thomas More High School, Burnaby. The remaining years of his teaching career were spent in schools conducted by the Christian Brothers in Los Angeles, U.S.A., and in St. John’s Newfoundland. The Collegian staff feel certain they are expressing the sentiments of the entire College community when we offer our sincere condolences to his surviving sister and three brothers and other relatives. We also offer our sympathy to his religious family. The Christian Brothers. To us, he was an outstanding example of what it means to be a member of the Order of Christian Brothers. We are thankful to the Almighty and to the Congregation of Christian Brothers for the honour and pleasure given to us by allowing Brother Angel to share his life with us. The lives of his expupils have been enriched in a special way for they are now more certain of their own vocation in the community of Christians. The Mass of Resurrection at the funeral service was celebrated in Holy Rosary Cathedral on Thursday, March I 3th. His Grace, Archbishop James F. Carnery, D.D. was the chief celebrant. Co-celebrants were His Excellency, Bishop L. Sabatini, Father D. Mulvihill, President of St. Mark ' s College, Father James Whelihan, chaplain to the Brothers at the College, and Father William Ashley, Assistant at Sts. Peter and Paul Parish. Rt. Rev. T.M. Nichol, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish gave the homily. In attendance at the Mass were Br. Angel’s sister and a number of his nephews and nieces. All of the Brothers from the Vancouver College and St. Thomas More communities were present at the Mass as well as visiting Brothers from Toronto, Seattle, and Chicago. Others in attendance included students from both Vancouver College and St. Thomas More, a large number of his expupils, parents of the students and friends. 4 Brother Estrada - Ti uenty-fiue years of seruice On November 24, the Brothers at Vancouver College observed Brother A.R. Estrada ' s silver jubilee. A native of Whittier, California, Brother Estrada entered the Christian Brothers at West Park, New York, on July 6, I 954. After obtaining his B.A. in Modern Languages at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York, he was first assigned to Vancouver College in I 957. He remained here for only two years for in I 959 he was posted at O’Dea High School in Seattle. After making his Final Profession in 1961 he was transferred to St. Mary’s Academy where he was to remain until 1972. For the next school year he was stationed at Chaminade College School in Toronto, then he returned to V.C. for a second time in 1973. However, he remained at College just one school year for in July, 1974, he was assigned to Colegio Nuestra, Senora del Pilar in Arequipa, Peru, where he remained for the next five years. He returned to Canada in January of 1979 and was again posted at Chaminade College in Toronto for the remainder of the school year. Brother Estrada returned to Vancouver College in September of 1979. I • 2 During the luncheon held in his honour, Br. Estrada responded to a toast proposed by Br. Maher. 3 • 4 The cafeteria staff prepared the buffet lunch at which the whole staff had a chance to offer their congratulations. 5 October 26th. was International Year of the Child Day for the Elementary School students. Emphasis was placed on the ethnic makeup of our school community, and the fact that peaceful coexistance is feasible even in the diversity of a metropolitan gathering. The Day was marked by a talk on the U.N. guarantee of safe water for all people by 1990, presented by guest speaker Dorothy Mckinnon, past President of UNICEFF Canada. I . The day began, appropriately, with a group prayer. 2. Polish-flag waving Chris Lopianowski discusses the price of oil with Sheik William Hamlin. 3. Some of the best-dressed member of grade 72 assemble for a group shot. 4. Jose Ramirez entertains the whole elementary school with Mexican Rancheras. 5. Mrs. Sendall pirouettes in front of the camera. 6. Br. Conti’s class demonstrates its willingness to join the fun. 6 Principal ' s Message BR. MAHER M. A. Dear Students and Friends, I am delighted to provide a principal ' s message to the Collegian. When I was first assigned to the College in 1 966, I had the happy duty of working with Brother Lyons on the Collegian. Whenever I think of Brother Lyons and those years, I find myself grateful that my first introduction to the College was through Brother Lyons. His spirit of scholarship and dedication to excellence led me to establish the award named in his memory. That spirit was something I found throughout the school as I worked on the yearbook. I found it particularly reflected in the Collegian since his guiding hand was present in a direct way. This book attempts to reflect that spirit and has always done a creditable service in maintaining the spirit. My prayerful wish for all of you, particularly the graduates, is that his spirit will find a place within you more enduring than the pages of this book. Sincerely yours, Michael A. Maher, C.F.C., M.A. Principal Mr. Hallam’s jaw drops with his budget. MR. P. DOYLE, B.Sc. Outdoors Club MR. W. ANDERSON, B.P e Physical Education MR. M. BOREHAM, B.A. Soccer Thanks to TRANS-ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS LTD. and MACKENZIE HEIGHTS ESSO MR. R. HALLAM, B.Ed Football, Track MR. T. SPAGNUOLO, B.A. English 9 Mr. MacCormack ponders his fate as he begins his career at V.C. BR. J.S. DAWSON Religion Compliments of CANADIAN INVESTMENTS CORPORATION MR. MACCORMACK, B.Ed Grade Five BR. W.G. NOONAN, M.A. Typing BR. GERARD, N.D.L..B.A. Industrial Education BR. E.B. LAWLOR, B ED., M.A. Student Council MRS. P. SADLER Accountant BR.M.P. NOLAN, B.B.A., M.A. , English MR. A. VANDERSANDE Physics MISS. L. DEVITA, B. Ed. Arts and Crafts MR. G. OLSON Band Director Br. Howard reveals new evidence against a guilty-looking Bob Kritharis. MR. J.C. BELL. B Ed French MRS. NAAS, SRN. SCM. Senior Librarian BR.F.F. BRENNAN, B.A., B.Ed.. M S. Mathematics Mr. Kelly has a chuckle over the latest batch of Socials 9 assignments. 12 BR. RAYMOND Yearbook Moderator MRS. G. KIM Grade Four MRS. N. SENDALL Elementary School Librarian BR. F. BASIL BLOM, N.D.L., B.Ed. Mathematics MR. J. LATTIMER, B.A., Voice Moderator BR. W.R. FOWLER, B.A., M.Ed. Athletic Director MR. T. H. CHOO, B. Ed. Physical Education MR. S. GIACOMAZZA, B.A. Elementary Phys. Ed. Compliments of TOUCHE, ROSS and GROUP TRANSPORTATION PLANNING 6 DESIGN CONSULTANTS Mr. " G” tries to get away with that extra donut at lunchtime. 13 Mrs. Davis and Mr. Kazun lead the students in hymn at a school mass. MRS. E. CAMPBELL Grade One BR.G.D. CONTI. BA.M.Ed. Elementary Musical MR. L. MATUSICKY. B.A..MA. English MRS. B. LYNCH Senior Library Assistant 14 MRS.J. MACLEAN. H. Dip. Ed Grade Three BR. M. W. FUREY, B.A. Senior Musical Compliments of TIGER SHARK FOODS LTD. 5465 W. BOULEVARD KERRISDALE and WOODWARDS DEPT. STORES MR. D. P. KELLY, B.A. Varsity Football I The elusive Mr. Sponza is finally caught by a Collegian camera. MR. E.CRAME. B.Sc. Economics MRS. A.CHEESEMAN, H. Dip. Ed. Grade Two MR. D. SPONZA, B.A. Social Studies BR. W .1. MARTIN, M. A. Social Studies MRS.M. DAVIS, B.A., Arts § Crafts MR. S. KAZUN B.Sc. Chemistry 15 Mr. Matusicky shows his English I I students some of the finer points of composition. Mrs. Patterson, School Nurse. MR. J. ROGERS Senior Resident Moderator MR. P. O’LOUGHLIN BR. L.A. ANGEL. M.A.. R I P. Senior Resident Moderator BR. J.P. ROWLAND, M.A., M.A.T. Senior Resident Moderator BR. ESTRADA, M.A. Senior Resident Moderator Compliments of ANGELO CANADIAN SHIPPING CO. LTD and CITATION CLEANERS MRS. M. FRY The speedy fingers of Mrs. Stefanov type up a storm in the Office. Registrar MRS. LLOYD Secretary MRS. M. STEFANOV Secretary An indoor meeting of the Outdoor Club with moderators Doyle and Furey. FR. J. WHELIHAN, C.S.B. School Chaplain FR. ASHLEY Sts. Peters S Paul Pastor BR. P.G. BREEN, M.A. Retired ”... the purpose of Catholic education is to communicate Christ to you , so that your at- titude towards others will be that of Christ. You are approaching that stage in your life when you must take personal responsibility for your own destiny. Soon you will be making major decisions which will affect the whole course of your life. If these decisions reflect Christ’s at- titude, then your education will be a success. And so I invite you today to look to Christ.” Pope John Paul II 1 2 Year Men: v.c. oidtimers Tim Koch, Paul Lucas, and Gary Norman are the only members of the grad class of 1980 who began and completed their elementary and high school at Vancouver College. The enthusiastic spirit of all three has been shown by their involvement in various school activities. Paul and Gary have both shown their skills on the soccer field, especially Paul, who was chosen most valuable player on the Varsity soccer team, while Gary went on to enhance his talents by taking the lead role in the V.C. musical While in the lower grades, Tim Koch, was involved in the school musical productions. At present, his main hobbies are fixing and operating sports cars. Although, all three twelve yearmen were involved in various activities, their scholastic standings were also upheld. 20 21 Our graduating classes of 1 980 . . . Front Row: Conall Barr, Rob Johnstone. Alex Lobozar, Mark Hartman. Mark Beaulieu. Alan Hemming. Tom Liaskas. Mike Foran. Marcel Matte. Paul Demers. Second Rout Rob MacKinnon. Anson Chen, Stewart Muir, Robert Lau. John O ' Neill. Lome Schmidt. Wilkie Ko. Natasak Rodjanapiches. Paul Rankin. Third Row: Greg Wirtz, Gerhard Unger. Ray Dagenais. Jose Ramirez. Chuck Reeve. Joe Sothy, Mark Tilbe. Paul Davis. Missing. Paul Gipps. Karl Meszaros. Sean Mullen. Class 1 2 1 showed it’s spirit of leadership and involvement in many ways. They participated in a number of activities especially football and basketball. Besides their role in sports, academics was revealed to be a highly regarded respon- sibility. Class president Alex Lobozar and vice- president John O’Neil contributed greatly by keeping the spirits high in 121. I. " Now come on, Joe. Gimme a nice big smile! " exclaims Mr. Espinoza. 22 ANSON CHEN CONALL EDWARD BARR Conall came from St. Augustines to College in 1 97 5 for grade eight. He helped bring the grade eight football team to a victorious championship. He has already spent twelve years swimming, two years at the Y.M.C.A. and ten years with the Canandian Dolphin Swim Club, in preparation for the 1984 Olympics. Connall has also been known as " Animal’ ' . L’Homme d’Atlantis” and " Captain Humm " . His plans for the future include: majoring in Marine Biology, and keeping in shape with swimming and Tai-KwonDo. MARK BEAULIEU Mark came to V.C. from St. Anthony ' s in Marpole in the 7th grade and has been involved in, wrestling and soccer. Outside of school Mark ' s hobbies include hockey, football, baseball, motorcycling, shooting, and is presently getting his pilots license. After graduating Mark plans to join the Royal Canadian Air Force and eventually fly jets. He hopes to spend approximatly 10 years in the Air Force before applying as a pilot for a major airline. After Anson’s departure from Taiwan, he first spent three years at London Secondary High School in Richmond preparing his English, before coming to Vancouver College for his last two years of high school life. In his spare time, Anson can be found studying astronomy, improving his mastery in the martial arts (practicing kung-fu), and bowling. He is planning to attend the Faculty of Science at U.B.C. for three years and then hopefully he will go on to study architecture. RAY DAGENAIS Ray came to College in grade 8 from St. Andrew’s Elementary. Ray played J.V. football in grade 9 but then dropped it to concentrate on academics. He works at various jobs and gets in his share of golf. Ray remembers Br. Basil ' s fan club and had good times in Br. Dawson ' s math class. In the fall Ray plans to attend either V.C.C. or U.B.C. on a commerce program. Nat, like the speed of light, shows Anson how to turn a page. 23 PAUL DAVIS Paul came to V.C. from O.L.P.H. 5 years ago. Since then he has participated in 3 musicals, the school band, intramurals, the Liturgy Committee and the Leadership Conference. Paul enjoys cheering at games, going to dances and getting the most out of life. He especially enjoys playing drums and listening to rock music. His plans for the future include a futher education at U.B.C.. Ray receiving Communion during a grade I 2 retreat. MICHAEL JOHN FORAN PAUL GRAHAM GIPPS Compliments of J. McNEILL ENTERPRISES LTD. Coming to V.C. five years ago from St. Augustines. Mike has taken part in intramurals, variety night, a musical, and the school band for four years. Mike, an original member of the HMMM club, can be found hammering away at his drums on the weekends or taking it easy at the Arbutus Club. In the future Mike plans to have a wild summer and continue his education. Paul started at College in 1976 coming from the back woods of Kemano B.C.. During the last four years, Paul has beem an active participant in the wrestling team, making the B.C. Finals last year. If Paul can ' t be found at the shooting range you ' ll find him chasing girls on the beach. After grad., Paul plans to work for a year before setting out as a millwright apprentice. 24 MARK ERNEST HARTMAN Mark has been an active member at V.C. since the eighth grade. He participated in track, cross country, basketball and the L.F.A. fan club. His devotion to the school is amazing for he has to drive a Datsun everyday from the swamps of Richmond. Mark plans to further his education at a university and play basketball WILKIE K 0 Wilkie started his study at V.C. in grade I I He came from Hong Kong and enjoys College very much. He is also a member of the senior dorm. He spends most of his time doing research in his academic subjects. After class, you may find him jogging around the school, reading magazines in the library or cycling. After graduation, he’ll look for futher study in tne States and complete his education in business administration. ALAN HEMMING Al came to V.C. in grade 7 and since that time has participated in many school activities. In his |unior and senior years he played both Varsity football and Varsity basketball. Al is an honour role student and plans to continue his education at U.B.C. next fall. ROBERT JOSEPH JOHNSTONE Rob has blessed College with his presence for the past nine years. Throughout those nine long years, Rob has participated in various activities including football. Elementary soccer, intramurals, and the Collegian. When not found with camera in hand Rob enioys relaxing to good music, fishing, playing hockey, or playing tennis. Rob plans to further his education in the study of law or commerce at U.B.C. ROBERT H.M. LAU Robert, a native of Hong Kong has spent the last four years as a resident student at V.C.. Since grade nine he has enjoyed football, basketball, skiing, along with Go- Karting and computer programming. His biggest wish is to learn about every sport, every hobby, everything about anything. Next year will see Robert studying at a university, in either engineering or architecture. Compliments of DORSET REALTY GROUP CANADA LTD. and KERRISDALE PHAR. 25 THOMAS ANTHONY LIASKAS Arriving here from Bayview Elementary in Grade 8. Tom immediately began his " fruitful” football career. The " styler " has made his mark not only on the football field, but also on the Student Council. Among his favourite memories are Mr. Bell ' s French, Mr. Kazun ' s " clear " Chem. class and frequent trips to the end-zone. Tom plans to visit relatives in Greece, then enhance his education at university. ALEX LOBOZAR Alex came to College from North Van. in grade three. In his ten years at College, Alex has participated in many school activities, including two elementary school musicals. He has played on the V.C. " hoop squad " since grade eight, and when not limping, acted as Captain of Defense on the Fighting Irish football team. In his grad, year, Alex had the honour of being class president, his second time on Student Council. Alex hopes to enter law at U.B.C. and play football. ROB MACKINNON Rob arrived at College 5 years ago from near by Emily Carr Elementary School. Over the years he has par- ticipated in J.V. and Varsity football, track, and Student Council; being this years school vice-president. His future plans include capturing a sasquatch in the mountains of B.C., or failing this, post-secondary education at U.B.C. . MARCEL MATTE Tim Koch behind the wheel, wondering if his hot rod can take all the publicity. Making his arrival at V.C. in his graduating year, Marcel’s stay was brief but most enjoyable. As a border he spent most of his time around the school, yet he did enjoy the occasional game of basketball and golf. Marcel plans to further his education, possibly in the field of medicine. Compliments of G.P. FORAN D.C. and ELM PARK SERVICE 26 Some pretty " wild and crazy” guys! ! ! KARL MICHAEL MESZAROS STEWART MUIR SEAN MULLEN Karl arrived at College in grade 7 from Blessed Sacrament. Since then he has made the honor roll twice and hopes to graduate with honors. Although not much of an athlete. Karl enjoys many sports, and has been an active participant in intramurals. He managed the basketball team in grade I I and also plays a lot of golf. Karl hopes to enter an arts program at either U.B.C. or S.F.U next fall. Stewart began at College in grade 5, coming from his home in Point Grey. Since then he has been involved in wrestling, student council, crosscountry running, cheerleading, and other activities too numerous to mention here, all the time maintaining his honour roll marks. Stewart ' s plans for the future are not set. but he eventually hopes to enter university sometime. Sean arrived at College in the Spring of grade 9 from Montreal and was a resident for the remainder of that school year. Sean participated in J.V. football in grade ID. and acquired a letter, and many friends in grades I I and I 2 during his wrestling days at College. Sean has been known to " parler francais” in the halls or at least he says he does. Sean plans to travel and then continue his education. 27 Compliments of JOSE RAMIREZ Jose arrived from the " Chililand " of Mexico three years ago. and joined the very famous Residence of V.C.. He was involved in the wrestling and track teams for sometime, and. also enjoys, water-skiing, skin diving, tennis and good rock music. He hopes to enter the University of Texas in the U.S.A. and through futher study, become an aerospacial engineer. Greetings from Earth. Jose! JOHN O ' NEILL John came to College in grade five from St Anthony ' s in West Van. He has been playing football for the Fighting Irish since grade eight and was last years most improved player for the varsity. When not skiing at Whistler, John also enjoys golfing. Taking first year Arts at U.B.C. is among his future plans. CHARLES EDWARD REEVE Charles came to College in grade 7 from Shaughnessy Elementary. In grade 9. he joined the track team, starting a brilliant long-distance running career, that culminated in breaking the school’s 5000 meter record. Charles likes to hike and bicycle race, with the University of Victoria looming large for the next few years. Compliments of NATIONAL CATERERS LTD. PACK LAKE LOGGING CO. LTD. PAUL RANKIN My name is Rob MacKinnon and I love having my picture taken! ! ! 28 NATASAK RODJANAPICHES From Bankok, Thailand, Natasak Rodjanapishes was the first Thai speaking student to roam the hall of V.C. His quiet and sincere personality reflects his attitude towards his studies, and academic goals. For rest and relaxation, he normally plays tennis, table tennis, and logs a few miles after school His ambitions for the future still remain with time, however he hopes to major in computer management. LORNE W. SCHMIDT Originally from Vancouver, Lome has lived in Pen- tiction, Ottawa. Regina and now in Richmond. He came to V.C. this year from Dr Martin Le Boldus Separate High School in Pele a Bones, (Regina) Sask. He found it difficult to adjust to V.C. but he has survived, or has he? He plans to attend B.C.l.T. in electronic technology or in a construction related field of study. His probable fate though: — a stubble lumper in the wheatfields of Saskatchewan. IOSEPH ANDREW SOTHY Joe has been coming to College since grade 6 from I.C.S. Dunbar. He has been an honour student since coming to College, and he also participates in a wide variety of sports: soccer team, track and field, and money - making future MARK STEVEN TUBE GERHARD UNGER Mark has been coming to V.C. for the past three years from Richmond. He has been a member of the school band, playing the baritone and the clarinet. Outside of school Mark enjoys skiing, tennis, and music. His main goal after graduation is to further his education by attending a university to acquire a business degree. GREG WIRTZ Since coming to V.C. in 197 5. Greg has been an active participator in the soccer team, two school musicals and the intramural program. When not hitting the books or cheering for school teams. Greg can be found playing lust about any sport or whipping up hamburgers for his favourite restaurant. After he graduates. Greg plans to work and maybe go back to his home state, California, for a while 29 As the last one of the O ' Neill brothers graduates, the entire family would like to take this opportunity to thank the Brothers and other teachers of V.C. for their fine services over the years. I. There ' s always somebody whose different, right Rob! 2. Finally a picture of Nat at WOK. 3. " I don ' t belieue this guy! He claims he ' s Gordie Howe!” thinks Alex Lobazar of Piotr Czaykowski. 4. Captain Toressan about to descend to the great depths of a swimming pool. 5. " The volleyball-dunk” by Tom Liaskas. 6. " Where ' d you learn to skate there cowboy!” laughs Paul Gipps. 7. Jose don ' t! It ' s been poisoned! 31 Front Rout: Chris Butschler, Steve Tobias. Nick Schmaling. Luc Salerian. Pete Holat. Tom Pulchny. Pat Holmes. Tony Macken. Craig Jeffery. Second Row Piotr Czaykowski, John Deguara. A.J. Long. Bill Canvin. Roman Pasqualotto. Mike O ' Bryan. Rick Senger. Brad Batsford. Gary Norman. Third Rom. Mike Kaweski. Kaon Koo. Justin Wyatt Howard Cadina, Perry Mileos. Marc Dufrane. Joseph Lee. Robin Scott. Kent Tunstall. Robert Campos. Missing. Alan Fedyk. Under the leadership of President Piotr Czaykowski and V.P. Garry Norman. Homeroom I 22 was one of the most active and involved classes in the whole school this year; members of the class participated in the Collegian, the Voice, the Football Team, the Basketball Team, the Soccer Team and the Track Team. 122 was also the homeroom of school president A.J. Long who typified the entire class ' s school spirit. I . " Oh! That crowd really gives me a throat ache ! ! ! muses Garry Norman. ■tt w ft, . 4 • « f ■ 32 BRAD MICHAEL BATSFORD Brad came to V.C. in grade 6 from St. Anthony’s in Marpole. For the last 6 years, he has commuted to school by helicopter, but nobody believes him. He is active in cross country running, the outdoors club and intramurals. His interests include sports cars, hiking, running and racing his bike. His future plans include staying healthy, getting rich and travelling throughout the world. He hopes to continue his education after graduating but. as of yet, has not decided what to do ROBERT V. CAMPOS Rob is from Toronto and this was his first year at V.C.. He enjoys sports especially basketball. He says that he finds Vancouver life — slow. Anyway, he hopes to go to U.B.C. and eventually med-school. CHRIS BUTSCHLER HOWARD EVERETT CADINHA Chris has been making the trek from Richmond to College since grade 7. He has participated in in- tramurals and this year played Varsity football. He is an avid sports fan, but really likes football. At this time he has no certain plans for his future. Howard joined the V.C. crowd seven years ago after leaving Walnut Creek, California, where he attended St. Mary ' s Elementary School. Since then he participated in track, cross country, and intramurals Though being a proud American, Howard has found Canada to be an interesting country and hopes to settle here in Van- couver. After graduating Howard plans to attend Langara College, and eventually complete his studies in commerce at U.B.C. You’re trying to tell me that I’ve got to disect this " thing " ! Congratulations from RAY U. OLMA LTD. 33 WILLIAM JOHN CANVIN Bill came to College four years ago from Windermere. He immediately caught the " Fighting Irish " spirit, playing J.V. and then Varsity football. Most winter weekends he can be found skiing the sunny slopes of any available mountain. Summer finds him still on skis, but usually on some Okanagan lake. Every other spare moment of his time is used up in keeping his car on the road! Bill plans to attend B.C.l.T. to study forestry MARC DUFRANE Marc came to V.C. in grade 7 (197 5) from Blessed- Sacrement School, and has participated in the in- tramural program at College for the past few years. Marc will continue with his studies at S.F.U. trying to major in criminology, and finally intends on making his first million before he retires. Compliments of LA QUICHE RESTAURANT PIOTR MAREK EDWARD CZAVKOWSKI Piotr spent his early school life wandering from school to school. Then, in grade five he found College and has seldom regretted making this discovery. Since his entry into College. Piotr has been at the head of his class every year. When not reading or working. Piotr enjoys photography, skiing, and soccer. He has also been involved witn the Collegian for two years, as well as the Student Council. Piotr forsees a career in medicine at U.B.C. JOHN PETER DEGUARA John came to the College five years ago from DR. H.N. MacDerkindale School. During his spare time he enjoys sweeping floors, playing guitar and destroying his eardrums by listening to vinyl. At the moment John is uncertain of his future, but he is open to suggestions. Luke and Tom not too happy i 34 PETER HOLAT ALAN FEDYK Alan has been attending V.C for the past seven years He came to us from Immaculate Conception School. During his stay at V.C. he has made frequent visits to the office to say hello and to collect late slips. He sur- prised himself by participating in the 1979 musical " Anything Goes " ' He surprised everyone else by |Oining Varsity football in his senior year Al. number " 2 " made other surprises including passing Chem. I I and being near the top of his class in Alegbra I I Outside of school activities he enioys playing soccer, fish keeping, and partying He plans to attend university in the fall PAT HOLMES Pat came to V.C. from North Vancouver two years ago. since then he has been an avid supporter of football, basketball and intramurals. The best thing that hap pened to him in his short stay was being one of the few people to pass Chem I I Some of his hobbies are golf, soccer, hockey, baseball, and camping. He plans to attend U.B.C. in the Faculty of Law. Peter wandered into V.C. in grade 8 from Emily Carr Elementary. During his 5 year stay Peter played J.V. football and participated in the intramural program. Outside interests include partying, dancing and girls, as well as playing golf and tennis. After graduation Peter plans to further his education at U.B.C. in either commerce or law. CRAIG JEFFREY Craig has attended College since grade 10. Craig ' s career in College sports has included J.V. and Varsity football. When not studying or participating in football, Craig can be found playing tennis, skiing, or partying. Sometimes he does all three?! Craig plans to attend U.B.C.. bout the idea of homework. i Thanks to ST. PETERS and PAUL PARISH 35 MICHAEL STEPHEN KAWESKI Mike has been a very active member at College, Participating in the Leadership Conference, and Student Council, supporting the intramural program and College teams, while maintaining above average marks. Mike has also been a member of the Colligian staff for three years and was this year ' s editor. In his little spare time Mike enjoyed blasting his stereo, making and spending money, and enjoying life. The Arts Faculty at U.B.C. will be blessed with Mike’s presen ce next year. KAON KOO Kaon started to study at V.C. in 1978 (grade I I). Originally from Hong Kong. Kaon joined the bad- minton activity last year and has played electronic organ for over 7 years. Hobbies interests include organ playing, sound equipment, commercial (civil) aviation, table tennis, badminton and ten-pin bowling. Ambitions for future: - To enter university to study engineering. JOSEPH Y.W. LEE Joe, a shy and quiet boy when he first came to V.C., is now in his third year as a resident student. His interests range from reading to stamp collecting; he also enjoys bicycling, swimming, skating and playing badminton. This year Joe has sacrificed himself and has undertaken the task of being the Collegian ' s offical typist. After graduation. Joe will be heading East to continue his studies at university. A.J. LONG A.J.. this year ' s Student Body President, came to college in grade 8 from Tsawwassen. Since then A.J. has been quarterback and captain of the J.V. and Varsity football teams. He has also been involved in the Yearbook and participates regulary in intramurals. A.J. enjoys football, football and football. In September he plans to go to the States and continue his education and football career. " Ha, Ha, Ha! Boy am I ever gonna get those guys!” smirks Chris Butchler. 36 ANTHONY JOSEPH MACKEN Tony came to College in grade 8 from Our Lady of Perpetual Help School. In his five years at College, he has been involved in all intramural activites and has enjoyed watching the basketball and football teams in action. Away from school Tony spends most of his time playing tennis, listening to music and taking in movies. After graduation he plans to travel seeking em- ployment. He also plans to attend B.C.l.T. or V.C.C.. Piotr and Rick enjoying Dave’s devotion to this physics experiment. PERRY ANTHONY MILEOS GARRY NORMAN MIKE O’BRYAN Perry came to Vancouver College 5 years ago from David Lloyd George Elementary. Perry (the Greek) has been involved in organizing many social gatherings and has participated in a number of sport teams such as volleyball, and football, where he started as a small agressive line man. Out of school Perry enjoys girls, partying and travelling. Perry plans to attend Faculty of Commerce at U.B.C. and proceed to law school. Garry came to College in 1 968-69, and remains as one of the orginal members of I980 ' s class. During this " LONG " , time, Garry has been involved in Grammar School plays, sports and academic work. His activities and hobbies include skiing, playing on the Senior soccer team, and cars. His ambitions for the future are to recieve a commercial pilots license and to be involved in aviation. Failing this, a Soccer Super Star! Mike has been at College ever since grade 5. In his early years he was involved in track, but most of his sporting interests lie outside of the school. After graduation Mike hopes to go to U.B.C. to gain a clearer insight into the Commerce and Business Department, and someday plans to be very wealthy. $ 37 ROMAN PASQUALOTTO Rick Senger, kind ' a liked that joke. TOM PULCHNY LUC SALERIAN Tom arrived at V.C. from Ecole St. Sacrament in grade 8. Since then he has made himself available in many activities. While playing on the school band and the Varsity football team, Tom is actively involved in intramurals. Tom ' s out of school interests are scuba diving, bicycle riding, and many other sports. Tom hasn ' t made great plans for the future but he hopes to go to university and travel to Europe after winning Loto Canada. From the Swiss Alps. Luc came to Western Canadian civilization with high hopes of surviving. He joined us in 1977 as a resident and was involved in extracurricular activities such as varsity football, wrestling and has been a member of the stage crew for the past two years, helping with the Elementary and High School musicals. Luv enjoys skiing, partying, travelling and good music. After school he wants to go back to his Alps to become a social worker. Compliments of FRED 6 JEFF’S GULF SERVICE and THE MARIELLE COLLECTION Roman came to V.C. in grade 8 from St. Mary ' s. During his stay he has played football for 4 years and in his last year was assistant supervisor of the in- tramural program. Outside of school Roman spends much of his time on the ice. playing hockey. Roman hopes to pursue a drafting career when ne leaves school. NICK SCHMALING Nick has been at V.C. since grade 8. During his time at the College he has gained tne reputation of being the " Mountain Man " , as his main interest is skiing. If he is not water-skiing down in the U.S. or skiing on the snowy -slopes of B.C. one can probably find him scaling the walls of the Chiefton or some other rock climbing location. Nick plans to enter the Faculty of Arts at U.B.C. after graduating from V.C. and eventually hopes to enter Law School. 38 RICHARD JOSEPH SENGER Rick entered V.C. five years ago and, after spending a year in California, has returned to College for his last year of high school. He has participated enthusiastically in intramurals, tracks and cross country teams. After school. Rick enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing, the odd weekend camping trip and hopes to take up competitive cycling. Next year, he plans to enter the Faculty of Science at U.B.C. and his only goal is a happy life. Compliments of EYREMOUNT ENTERPRISE INC. 39 STEVE TOBIAS Steve arrived in Canada twelve years ago from Czechoslovakia and four years later he began his studies at V.C.. During his stay with us he has par- ticipated in a number of activities and has been a loyal supporter of the intramural program. During his spare time, he can be found conquering the local mountains. As of yet, his future is undecided. JUSTIN BERNARD WYATT Justin came to V.C. from England six years ago. During his stay, he has been involved in numerous school activities. Justin has been on the Voice staff for the past three years and this year has served as associate editor on the paper. Maintaining a strong average throughout his scholastic career Justin hopes to eventually enter the field of Law at U.B.C. . ROBIN ROY SCOTT Rob joined us four years ago in grade eight; coming to us from Lord Kitchener. In his freshman year he recieved first class honors. Aside from classroom ac- tivities, he enjoys outdoor recreation, sports and has recently become involved in motocross racing. Rob plans to take Sciences at U.B.C.. KENT TUNSTALL Kent has been coming to College from Tsawwassen for the past five years and in this time he has been involved in football, musicals, and the Student Council. In his spare time Kent can be found enjoying the outdoors or the atmosphere of a good party. Kent plans to further his education at Langara. 40 I . Mark Dufrane writes his most complex thoughts down on paper. 2. After receiving two hours of homework, they have suddenly become the most exuberant class in the school. 3. " Now listen! If you have a problem, just come to me! " says Peter Holat. 4. Luc is famous for hanging around. 5. Chris Butchler finishes up his " before-class " preparations. 6. Hey A.J.! Your socks aren ' t matching! 7. " For this picture I ' ll give him my meditative look? " ponders male model Justin Wyatt. 41 Front Row: Ray Tarnai, Bruce Calkins. Mike Kreykenhbohm, Rick Gill. Tim Koch. Ray Torresan. Paul Toporowski, Carlos Rodriquez, Joe Corrigan. Tim Pember. Raphael Julien. Second Row: Francis Chan. Paul Lucas. William Wan, Kevin Robinson. Paul Catchpole. Andrew Fairley, Brian Gieling. Dave Pacheco. Sandy Flayne. Gorden Moulden. Peter Groves, Joe Pulchny. Third Rom: Gary Horvath. Phil Welch, Judson Selig. Pat O ' Loughlin. Bruno Malibert. Dave McNamara, Matt Lakowski. Jim Watts, Vince West. Missing. Dan Small. Class 123 was a class with overwhelming talent; over half its members were involved in the football, basketball and soccer teams, not to mention that mind boggling game: chess. With outstanding leadership provided by Pat O’Loughlin as president, Paul Toporowski as vice-president and Tim Pember as treasurer, Class 123 could be considered the I.N.l.T.I.A.L leaders of the graduating class of ’80. I . The common grabbing fight among all these enthusiastic chemists. Vince West feeling a bit crammed in! ALAN BRUCE CALKINS Bruce came to V.C. in grade three and failed to get out before grade twelve. During his stay he has managed to participate in " Anything Goes” and some intramural activities. Bruce’s favourite hobbies include avoiding police roadblocks and taking an extra day on a long weekend. Future plans include a trip to the Orient and possible enrollment in business administration at San Francisco University. PAUL CATCHPOLE Paul came to College in the Spring of grade 9, having spent the previous year in England, and since then has travelled everday from N. Van. An avid supporter of Liverpool F.C.. " Catch " regularly plays soccer for the school team and enjoys skiing, swimming, and sleeping on buses. After graduating, he hopes to spend sometime in Europe and then attend U.B.C., where he will study Biology. FRANCIS CHAN Coming to V.C. from St. Francis Xavier in the Fall of ' 75, Francis ' fear of desolation was dampened by the perpetual spirit of V.C.. His involvement in many of the school ' s athletic and extracurricular activities has fulfilled his standard of excellence. For three years, he has been on the Collegian yearbook staff, and did his part to create the best books in this school’s history. Besides being a fanatic in music and all types of sports, his hobbies include practically everything. However, after graduating, he hopes to major in astronomy and computer science. JOSEPH FRANKLIN CORRIGAN Coming from the jungles of the Dominican Republic to complete his secondary education, Joe has been a resident of V.C. for the past two years. Joe en|oys scuba diving, tennis, soccer, and both snow and water skiing. After |oining the Canadian work force for a year, Joe hopes to study Psychology in the Faculty of Arts at U.B.C.. Compliments of MAPLE LEAF SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITED 43 ANDREW JAMES FAIRLEY Since coming to College in grade 8 from England. Andrew has made the trip to school everyday from Dunbar. He enjoys soccer, skiing and music, and contributes to society by giving yoga lessons at the Y.M.C.A. on Friday nights. Andrew who is a brilliant student plans to enter the Faculty of Science at U.B.C. in the future. PETER ROBERT GROVES Peter started at V.C. 5 years ago. he is from Port Coquitlam, and has been boarding for 5 years. He is interested in sky diving, and flying, and is also the editor of the school newspaper, the Voice. His future plans are to go to England to study Law. BRIAN JAMES GIEFING RICK GILL Brian came to us from Holy Trinty five years ago. Since his classical entrance into V.C., he has taken an active part in track and football at the J.V. and Varsity levels, when you don ' t see Brian on the track or in the end- zone he can be found bashing the slopes of Whistler, partying, or |ust lazing around the beach. After graduation, (and a long holiday). Brian plans to attend U B.C. in the field of architecture. An inmate for the past 5 years, Rick came to College from Shaughnessy Elementary. When not occupied with his studies, he enjoys playing basketball, football and travelling. Still recovering from the traumatic transition from kindergarten to V.C., Rick plans to attend the faculty of Commerce at U.B.C. and later enter into the family businesses. SANDY HAYNE GARY PAUL HORVATH Sandy came to V.C. from Toronto, for his graduating year. He is active in tennis, squash, racquetball, parties, and waving. His ambition is to become a corrupt businessman on Bay Street while his probable destiny will be a janitor at the T.S.E.. Gary arrived from St. Andrew’s six years ago. During his stay, he has played in the band, as well as focusing his attention on athletics, and cross country runinng. After graduation he’s anxious to work up to fifty to sixty miles average a week in running. Gary ' s plans for the future involve attendance at U.B.C. where he in- tends to take up the study of dentistry. 44 RAPHAEL JULIEN Rafael came from Mexico to V.C., six years ago. In his stay at V.C. as a resident student, he has participated in intramurals. Rafael plans to study electro mechanical engineering at the University of Texas then return to Mexico. MATTHEW LAKOWSKI Mathew came to V.C. in grade 8 riding on two scholarships, one from I.C. Van., his elementary school, and one from V.C.. Since then he has been actively involved in many school activities, and has consistantly appeared on the honour role. Matt ' s favorite sport is football which he has played since grade 6, and this year he received the honour of being one of the co- captains of the Varsity squad. In the fall Matt intends to advance to U.B.C. in the Science Department. Tim has been at the College all his school life and is one of the twelve year men. Throughout his stay here, he has been active in intramurals, plays and cheerleading in his last year. He could often be seen driving around campus in his sports car. His future includes working for a year before starting an arts degree. PAUL LUCAS Paul is one of the original I 2 year men. In his grammar school years he won many scholastic and athletic awards. While during his high school years he managed to play basketball, volleyball and soccer, in grade I I he was the Most Valuable Player on the senior team. He plans to pursue his soccer career further He ' d like to thank all the Brothers along the way who have helped to put that little extra in his life. MICHAEL KREYKENBOHM During his five years at V.C., Michael has taken part in our intramural program and other school activities. Michael loves to swim, hike, listen to music, and read in his spare time. Next year he will enter the Faculty of Economics at U.B.C to pursue a career in business managment DAVID McNAMARA Dave has attended College since grade II. He is an avid particapator in intramurals and a strong supporter of the " Fighting Irish " . Dave plans to get a good job with a future and if he doesn ' t succeed in finding one he will continue his education in the field of calculas. 45 GORDON ALLEN MOULDEN BRUNO MICHAEL MALIBERT Since coming from Blessed-Sacrament five years ago, Bruno has been an " avid ' ' follower of our school teams His hobbies include water-skiing, camping, and swimming. After graduation. Bruno plans to enroll in an arts program at either U.B.C. or S.F.U. Gord came to V.C. in grade 8 from St. Anthony ' s School in West Van.. In his years here at the College he has been the track and field manager and has been involved in the Leadership Conference. He was looked upon by many as a " wild and crazy guy " , and has been given numerous names such as " Prudence " , " Harpo " , and " Goldilox " . After graduating. Gordie hopes to travel all over the world and to study in the Faculty of Arts at a university. PATRICK JOSEPH O’LOUGHLIN A native of Australia. Pat came to College in grade 8. After settling into the routine of V.C., Pat became commonly known throughout his grade as the Bl . . dy Aussie. When not cheerleading, playing Varsity football or working as the stage crew manager for the musical, he can be found skiing, and playing cricket or tennis Next year Pat intends to further his education at B.C.l.T. . DAVID GEORGE PACHECO-OLIVELLA Dave came to us in grade seven from U. Hill Elementary school. Since then he has participated in many school activities including one year on the cross country team, two years on the senior soccer team and six years of eating in class In his spare time Dave enjoys skiing, listening to music and playing the guitar. He plans to continue his studies next year at U.B.C. Willie, the mad scientist . . . Just one more drop of nitro. 46 TIM PEMBER Al Hemming intensely viewing Matt Lakowski’s technique of eye-dropping! Tim has been making his way from Richmond to Vancouver College since grade 8. He is an avid sports fan, and a good supporter of most of the College’s athletic teams. He has been involved in soccer since he was five, and hopes to continue in his favorite sport. When he leaves the College, he hopes to continue his education at university in the Arts. JOSEPH ANTHONY PULCHNY Joe arrived at V.C. in grade eight. Although not familiar with the school at that time, he quickly got involved in Br. Basil’s fan club. He participated in many other activities, such as band, intramurals, many dances, and as a starting member on the Varsity football defensive squad. Outside of school he enjoys, parties, music, horseback riding, and all other sports. As for his future, more education, and a nice long holiday. KEVIN CHARLES ROBINSON Kevin had his elementary schooling at St. Augustine’s, Vancouver, then moved to Delta attending Immaculate Conception before entering V.C. in grade 8. Since then he has concentrated on the academic life of V.C., while participating in our intramural programs. In his spare time he enjoys playing tennis, basketball, swimming and stamp collecting. He plans to continue his studies at U.B.C.’s Faculty of Science. CARLOS JACOBO RODRIGUEZ Carlos came to V.C. from Mexico three years ago to complete his secondary education, becoming one of our honoured resident students. During his stay at V.C. Carlos participated in various intramural activities as well as playing on various J.V. and Varsity teams. After graduation Carlos plans to travel to France for a year to learn French, and then return to Mexico to finish his studies in business administration at al Teunologico de Monterrey. 47 JUDSON SEUG Judson. who was mostly called Jud and Justin by certain people, came to V.C. from G.P. Vaniers in Courtenay. Jud participated in intramurals, and in his spare time played hockey, badminton and bowling. He hopes to get further education at B.C.l.T. in their F orestry programme. STEWART SEXSMITH DAN SMALL Dan came to V.C. from St. Georges ten years ago, and enjoys hiking, skiing, and watching members of the opposite sex In the future: Dan plans to attend U.B.C. and eventually Law School. RAY TARNAI This is Ray ' s first and last year at the College, and during this time, has become involved in this year s musical production of " Good News. Impressed by the school ' s high goals in sports, in the musical, and in the way of fund raising activities, and even more impressed by how the school manages to achieve most of these goals. Ray is glad to have been apart of the spirited Fighting Irish Stewart came to V.C. in grade 10 as a resident student form Calgary Alberta, being a resident student for his first two years at College his main concern at first was with his new surroundings and his fellow students. Stewart plans to work for a few months after leaving College and then plans to go travelling for a few years. PAUL DAVID TOPOROWSKI " Topper’ ' was here for a good time, not a long time. Paul has been travelling from Richmond since grade 7. He has been constantly active in basketball, football and track and field up to varsity level. When not at school Topper enjoys skiing, soccer and just taking it easy. Paul plans to be rich. 48 Best wishes from LAING PROPERTY CORP. Hi! i ' m Gordie . . . And I’m the boss around here! RAY TORRESAN WILLIAM WAN, HOW-LIN Ray has been a loyal vetran of V.C. since his early elementary years. His support of school sports and activities has earned him true Collegian status. After getting scuba diving, snow and water skiing, and sky diving out of his system, " T” will attend university this September in pursuit of an advertising or psychology career. After finishing Form 3 in La Salle College. Hong Kong, William came to V.C. in 1978 as a Senior resident student. He has enjoyed the study and leisure times he ' s had during his 2 years at V.C.. Besides studying he spent his free time playing pool, bowling, reading books, or even watching T V.. William intends to continue his education in the Faculty of Science at U.B.C.. PHIL WELCH VINCENT ANDRE WEST JAMES GORDON WATTS Coming from Immaculate Conception to College in grade 8, Phil has shown himself to be an outstanding student. Away from school, Phil plays badminton, tennis, and was a member of the school soccer team this year. Phil ' s wide appreciation of music centers on Led Zeppelin, and his own ability at electric guitar shows he s not without talent. Phil plans to go to U.B.C. next year to study either business or math. Vince came to us in grade 7 from Montreal and has since participated in many activities. Football since grade 8. wrestling, track, and also basketball. As a running back on the Varsity football team Vince was known as " Spider Legs " for his unique style oi the running, and according to coach Kelly he was one of " stylers " on the squad. After graduating he intends to enhance his musical talents and also wants to go to Europe. Jim, the A.V. expert of the class has been commuting from Kerrisdale for seven years. At school he involved himself with musical ' s and the soundcrew. Away from school he can be found skiing and hiking at Whistler or sailing in his Laser Next year Jim hopes to persue a career in television production at B.C.I.T 49 I . " You ' re trying to tell me hou to play uolleyball. Well I ' ll tell you . . . I” exclaims Vince West. 2. The old, " at the back behind the bag eating trick, " as performed by Daue Pacheco. 3. " Eat your heart out Leonardo! " 4. Matt Lakowski, deeply intrigued by his hero. Superman. 5. Pat O’Loughlin, a truly dedicated Vatican City guardsman. 6. " I ' m not stuck . . . Really!! " smiles Brian Giefing. 7. An intellectual stand-off between Mike Kreykenbohm and Gerhard Linger. 8. Daue McNamera prouing that he ' s the king of the table. 50 51 ”... yesterday is always a dream, and tomorrow is only a uision; but today, well-lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a dream of hope. Look well, therefore, to the future.” Kalidasa High School mn Grade 8 homerooms Front Row: Kevin Rankin, Jason Vail, John Lehmann. John Jervis. Michael Steffen. Ross Dennison. David Falcon. Roderick Ma. Marcus Wagner. Blair Chancey. Second Rou : Mario Felicella, David Jansen. Siu Cheah. Kevin Mckenna. John Ng. Niall Patrick. John Olson, Mark Dumont. David Seadon, Robert Berges. Mr Boreham. Third Row: Michael Harrison Stuart Robinson. Mike Antoniazzi, Benedict Gary, Anthony Emslander. Yuri Tofini, Ian Clark, Chris Yoblonski. Participation . . . This year Mr. Boreham felt that homeroom 8 1 was extremely enthusisatic because they participated in all forms of college life: intramurals, study, and other activities. David Jansen (not the movie star) was president and with the title of vice president was Markus Wagner. The homeroom personalities for this year were many and varied, including clowns, football stars and academic scholars; participation was this class’ motto. I . " It seemed so much easier when Mr. Boreham showed us,” Jason Vail ponders. Compliments of DANIEL W. SMALL L J 54 Front Row: Jon Ormaechea, Jerome Atherton, Mark Echlin, Hush Rowlands, Mark Matjasec, Ronaldo Falso. Rob Senger. Joe Ivancic, Wendell Fong, Mark Fathers. Second Row. Mark Roller, Rob Hlynka, Tom Troughan, Brad Done, Neil Desa, Rob Lundy. Geoffry Adair, Steve Owen. Rob Gazdab, Christopher Walters, John Weiler, Br. Fowler. Third Row. Richard Walter, Kevin Clarke, Suen Lincke, Stephen Knox, Paul Dall Lana, Christopher Brown, Tyler Lorenz, Phil Raphael, Frank Keilback, George Stubos. Absentees. Greg Armitage, Sean Gieting, Bill Macleod, Exuberant . . . Br. Fowler has had another marvelous year with his students of homeroom 82. They did quite well in all College activities. A word Br. Fowler used to describe his class was " Exuberant”. Class president Chris Brown, a vice president Tyler Lorenz did a good job leading the class and treasurer Kevin Clarke did a fine piece of work collecting mission money. I . Our future OLYMPIC ATHELETES in action, euen at Vancouver College. 2. " Who soys I can’t hit the teacher ? " Exclaims John Lehmann. I . Br. Gerard ' s zeal for classical music helps Mike A ntoniazzi realize his potential as a symphony conductor. 2. Br. Fowler keeps in shape by refereeing grade 8 basketball games. 3. " Now as soon as I connect these two electrodes Brother Maher will be off my back. " 4. " So you haue finally progressed from fingure painting " states Philip Raphael. 5. The drum section kept the driuing beat behind our junior band. 6. " Wonder if I’ue sanded down this cedar log far enough? " questions Jamie Vint. 7. Working hard to keep off the Standards Committee is Anthong Boulton. 57 Front Row: Michael Knight, John Clarke, Matthew Cordwell. Mark Mcdonagh. John Nick Serka. Michael Beaulne, Sean Doolan, Paul Mcmullin, Jimmie Georgas, Eddie Keir, Sweeney, Ian Dixon, Joe Estrella, John Hornyac, Martin Urbanowski, Uly Petro, Tony Mr. Lattimer Third Rou Walter Rawlinson, Mark Flanagan. Peter Furmedge, Talino Geric. Second Rou . Paul McNeil, Carlos Amoranto, Steven Ruskey. Peter Papamichael, Bruno. John Lane, Peter Barone, Stephen Smith, Todd Ayotte, Stuart Morris. Alert . . . Mr. Lattimer knew that homeroom 83 was eager to learn and that they were ultimately concerned in school work; this class was also interested in participating in extracurricular activities. At the beginning of the year 83 was unsure of the College Spirit and all that it entailed: President Michael Beaulne and vice president John Lane have guided them into our school family. This year was very enjoyable and productive for the members of homeroom 83. I . " Do I really haue to re-iorite the entire FRENCH REVOLUTION for tomorrow ? " 1. Keuin Morrison Works diligently preparing his Socials report. With appreciation THE WILLIAM TELL RESTAURANT LTD. 58 Front Row: Andrew Gilson, Douglas Correa, Chris Dziekan, Paul Muir. Gus Evan- elatos. Stephen Lim, Christopher Martin, Jim Spry, Mark Rattee, James Vint, Marco pagnol. Second Row: Mr. Hallam, David Khoury, Darcy Boreham, Kevin McHugh, Kevin Wiseman, Rodney Lobozar, Michael Clarke. Stanley Chiang, Eric Saarni, Todd Thorimbert, Kip Fotheringham. Third Row: John Hsuan, Fursy Gotuaco, Robert Arm- strong, Norman Ridley, Robert Penland. Winston Helgason. Kevin Morrison, Annil Dolan, Michael Bruce. Attentive . . . " Attentive” is the word Mr. Hallam uses to describe his homeroom class of the 80’s, and under the strong leadership of Rodney Lobozar as president and Kip Fotheringham as vice president homeroom 84 had a distinguished year. Outstanding charac- teristics of this class were their impeccable grooming, flawless listening (at least most of the time) and politeness. Class 84 tried hard all year and contributed in all ways to life at the College. I . So you think your a tough guy, Hey? 2. What do mean my bio-rythym says my intellectual level is at zero? Thanks to TONI CAVELTI LTD. 59 I . For your custom designed birdhouse call, Chris Gray or Paul Muir. 2. Br. Kelly contemplates the fate of two " prize " students! 3. Robert Gazdag really sends the chips flying when he gets to work on the lathe. 4. Ralph Cicencione considers Pago Pago for his August jaunt. 5. Yearbook photographer Steuen Lim proues to be interesting subject matter for a quick candid. 6. Two tuba tooters tune their trills. 7. " You mean to say that someone put crazy glue on the uiew finder. " 8. Joint tab A to tab B, which connects sprocket F to cog F, thereby assembling your uery own nuclear reactor. 60 Respectful . . . Mr. Kelly for more than half a decade has been again gifted with one of the grade eight classes, this year it was class 85. Almost all of his students were involved in school teams and there were even 8 virtuosos from the band. ' ' Unpredictable " is Mr. Kelly’s word of discription for his class, with fearless leader Sean Murphy as the class president and vice president Augusto Syjuco. respect became the " catch word " for this class. I. There ' s gotta be an easier way of auoiding HOMEWORK. Thanks to WOLFGANG RAUBALL F rout Row: Alfred Ling. Christopher Gray, Jason Grant. Michael Dziekan. Ralph Cirencione, Paul Brum. Joey Olma, Colin Black. Brian Rankin. David Godmaire. Second Row: Timothy Gaines. Stephen Roberts. Troy Samson, Danny Ewart, Troy Lucas, Ward Mclaren, Noriyki Ichihashi. Sean Murphy, James Farenholtz, Michael Wunderlich, Michael Kiselyda Third Row: Jeffrey Howey, Anthony Boulton, Kevin Wallace. Aaron Todd. Bruce McCheyne. Doug Mulder. Augusto Syjuco. Erwin David, Riccardo Dotto. Mr. Kelly. Absent: David Steele. 62 I. " I don ' t know why I haue to study the concepts of supply and demand if I ' am going to become an embalmer. " 2. " Oops! I think I ' m cutting Br. Gerard ' s table” says Peter Barone in dismay. 3. It takes a lot of concentration to keep out of the gutter. 4. " Oh well I neuer needed that finger anyway, besides, nine is my lucky number. " 63 Grade 9 homerooms From Row Peter Maia, Armand Rankin. Alfred Schenk. Chris Fong. Emmet Hickey. Micheal Guzman. Stephen Keizer. David Warrian. Bob Bogusz. John Barone. Marcel Rada. Second Row. Mr. Crame. Jose Delgado. Michael Collins. Roberto Abraham. Danny Moroz, Robert Antoniazzi. Jamie Laureano. Martin Leduc, Darren Ell. Tony Moser. Maxwell Johnson Third Row: David Girard, Tony Medic. Douglas McLean. Lee Tyler, Michael Duggan. William Rascan. John Rivera. Capable . . . Homeroom 9 1 was influenced by Mr. Crame who helped toward the creation of a confident atmosphere within the class. The homeroom was lead by president Roberto Abraham and vice president William Rascan. The group of individuals that made up this class had a fettish for holidays; they were also capable of doing a lot of work: well. I . Ms. Devito has absolutely no problem when asking students to extend their artistic capabilities; especially after school. Brought to you by HOTEL VANCOUVER and LEADER SOUND 650 GRANVILLE 685-8035 64 Front Row: Paul Robertson, Erwin Doebeli, Danny McKeown, Ronald Ruiz, Sean Koban, Cook, Tony Lindsay, Paul Fletcher, Peter Brear. Mark Gerlach, Br. Basil. Third Row: Michael Sweeney, Andrew Gangell, Colin Buckingham, Joseph Zanatta, Gelasio Reyes. Phillippe Horry, Kevin Smith, John Andrews. Kevin Maher. Colin Carney, Trevor Hicks, Second Row: Samuel Becker, Luis Ramirez, Marcel Bittel, Sydney Nicholls, Christpher Tony Miles, Roderick Hemming, Richard Ladd. Absent. Arthur Hattrick. Cooperation . . . This year Homeroom 92 was led by president Colin Carney and John Andrews acting as the vice. Brother Basil described the class as being very pleasant. Some of the features of this homeroom were its friendly atmosphere, and, as usual, cooperation when it came to donating money to the missions, collected by Sam Becker. Organization is their secret. I. " It ' s his fault.” Compliments of WARDLEY CANADA LTD. and B.C. PAPER CONVERTERS 65 I. William Roseau listens to music to inspire his creativity. 2. Sam Becker is determined in his pursuit of the perfect square. 3. " Souiets Inuade Afghanistan " , " OPEC Raises the Price of Oil " . . . This ought to get me back into the swing of things. ' 4. Concentration is the key. 5. Another young artist at work. 6. " You think that’s good; you should see me in the mogul. " 7. Louis Ramirez. " Gonna paint the town red this weekend. " 8. Chris W allbank makes good use of a movie camera to record his upcoming exam. 67 Front Row: David MacLean. Michael Fedyk. Randall Foo. Glen MacNeill. Kevin Reilly. Martin Tremblay. Didier Culat. Wilfred Bohm. Mark Flowes. Leter Chow Second Rou) John Kelly. Steve Buerger. Dennis Moffall. Richard Porter. Daniele Capretti. Jeff Luckett. Michael Hancock. Kevin Wunderlich, Michael Olma, Paul Cowam. Third Row: Mr Doyle. Linton Paul. Ravender Povmar, Warner Kopp, William Allman, Adrian Wijesinghe. David Gaite. Kevin Shaughnessy, Kieth Roscoe. Mark Herbert. Confident . . . This class had good athletes, good students and all around good guys. President Tremblay and vice-president Herbert have demonstrated real leadership while treasurer Wijesinghe faithfully collected the missions. Mr Doyle has enjoyed conducting this class and has contributed to the friendly attitude of this homeroom. Cooperation is their motto. I. Someone forgot to ufcjfee up Martin after the bell rang. 2. " Hoop-ala-poopie " Cordial The description of this homeroom can’t be anything but cordial. Br. Fury guided the Class with the help of president J. Borchert and vice Mike Paris. The treasurer was Brad King who helped to create an atmosphere of cooperation and this class was always willing to help in one way or another. I . Sean love s abstract work. 2. Brother Furey, Mott, Sean, Jeff, and Andy work FUR EYously to change Room 94 ' s drab atmosphere. w m K f ; Ik ; I v i : 5L m If. ■ ' jwm ■VlHK SsHf V m 1 m Pi j t wL Wm Si 1 .a i r jjvW j Hi i jP i ■KUV : .Al jSl Mm , Front Row: Scott Richards, Bradley King, Ulf Von Dehn, Michael Paris, Eron Main, Michael Ewanchuk, Matthew Steele, Duncan Weatherson, Brian Renix, Alexander Lobao. Second Row: Br. Furey, John Borchert, Ronald Quirk, Pat Rebstein, Benard Raverty, Chris Wallbank, Andrew Cheung, Marc MacMullin, Gordon Eppich, John Falcos. Third Row: Sascha Fexer, Bruce Colwill, Matthew Wisniewski, Bruce Buckland. Tom Glamuzina, Geoffrey Gray-Grant, Sean Love. Matthew Karpes. Absent: Kirby Pears. 69 I. Mice are nice. 2. Erin slips back into a momentary state of childhood. 3. Being near the monkey cage has a strange effect on these Grade Nines. 4. Collin enjoys working for Miss Deuita. as does everyone else. 5. " Leave it to a New fie to give a stupid project like this. " grunts Matt Wisniewski. 6. John Andrews greedily eyes more juicy, nice mice. 7. Robbie Parmar exhibits great dexterity and skill on the ice. 8. An awe inspiring view of the Lost Lagoon area during an outing in Stanley Park. I LM -4 d ' • ■ mri jSm 4 I r • A £ 4 ItlfliliS ■§,,» J 1 Wq 71 Grade 10 homerooms Front Row Alex MacDonald, Andrew Butschler, John Contini. Paul Richards. Conrad Lakowski. Second Row: Colin Metel. Douglas Holt, Stephen Stumpf. Remy Stachowiak. Colin Ferguson. David Ellery. Mark Radzikowski. Robert Metcalfe. George Quigley. Patrick Clarke. Third Row: Anthony Pengson. Mark Cadinha. Barry Hlynka. Greg LeBlanc, Tony Hardenne. Geof Scott. Douglas Turner, Jonathan Gregory. Paul Irvine, Mr Sponza. Fourth Row: San Vounik. Alfred Alvares, Mario Montessori, Tom Zavadil, James Koch. Jeff Frazer. Matt Stone. Derek Page. Absent. Robert Cochrane, Conor Shankey. Enthusiasm . . . Homeroom 101 had a vibrant at- mosphere; everyone was enthusiastic and supportive in all school activities and un- dertakings. Under the guidance of Mr. Sponza, president Sam Vovnick and vice- president Alfred Aivares, 1 0 1 remained calm and controlled. I. " Psst, what ' s a noun?” 72 Compliments of PETER GREGORY Front Rou : Ron Adair, Michael Cependa, Michael Green, Michael Torresan, Peter Erceg, Robert Kritharis. Second Row: Vincent Dziekan, Troy Stasiuk, Clarence Hui, Michael Lee, Zrinko Vuk, Stephen Ho. Douglas Bilesky, David Rally, Peter Ivancic, Michael Walsh. Third Row: Robert Pereira, Kevin Mrazek, Christopher Sitter, Tom Lisicar, Hernando Cortez, Chris McNeill, Callum Herdson. Frank Geier, Warren Fong, Br. Howard. Fourth Row: David Shyong, Damir Smitlener, David Christie, Douglas Rogers, Andy Moroz, John Montague, Benjamin Paterson. Absent. Peter Jeffrey. Willing . . . An excellent class has a friendly at- mosphere, enthusiasm, and a willingness to participate in school activities: Br. Howard indicated that homeroom 1 02 had all these features. President Vincent Dziekan and vice-president Michael Green definitely led the class in the right direction. I. " Do you ever get the feeling that you ' re being watched ?” Compliments of MORTON CLARKE § COMPANY LTD. 73 I . The Grade 10 students of College and L.F.A. come together for the annual Leadership Conference. 2. Ron Rodgers asks the hostess at ICBC to check up on his brothers driuing records. 3. " Ah zut! Ca ne marc he pas! " Mr. Bell obuiously forgot to plug in his maruelou s machine! 4. Play it again Sam. 5. " One more foul up will put me down the tube if I ' m not careful " , muses Mr. Gregory. 6. Keuin Fletcher is closing in for the kill, just 3 moues away! 7. Dauid Rally is about to punch out an unsuspecting Paul Brown. 74 75 Front Row: Andy Hopkins. Mark Paddack. Ron Rogers. Steven Scully. Colin Moroney. Brad Woods. Matt Long. Terence McCann. Steven Ciccone. Aubry Farenholtz Second Row Mr. Bell. Gre g Welch. Curtis Brennan, Jason Clarke. Dirch Sillery. Robert Gerlm. James Graham. Jeff Palmer, Keenan Charles. Donald Willis. Eric Heuyer. Paul Gub bles. Third Rou Chris Stead. Peter Adomovich, Derek Flanagan, Randall Mang. Spiro Poulos. David Killiaan. Robert Stekl, Terry Hammill. Jeffery Seymour, Robert Ruskey, Joel Dumaresq. Absent: Kenneth Karanagh. " Le Francois ’Monsieur’ Bell suggested Room 103 was explosive and had a chemical atmosphere. President Matt Long and vice-president Spiro Poulas had a handfull just trying to control the number of football players in the class. Mais, " C’est La Vie! " I. Butschler and his obsession for bottles. Best wishes from TOMENSON, SANDERS WHITEHEAD LTD. 200 GRANVILLE SQUARE 76 Spirited . . . Room 104 was enthusiastic about the school in general, and really had school spirit. Everybody in the Room par ticipated in extracurricular activities, as well as keeping up with their studies. President Michael Stack and vice-president Brian Lynch demonstrated real leadership this year. I . Hernando experiments in impressionist art. Front Row: Brian Lynch, Kevin Fletcher. Ernest Paisley, Michael Correa. Paul Brown. Scott Howard. Second Row: Richard Kitos, Andrew Williams, Robert Watts. Albert Budai, David Gray, Dale Holt, Armand Leroi, Eusebius Reyes, Bernard Schneider, Stephen Rudkowski. Third Row: Marcel Heuver, Joey Dong, Timothy O’Brien, Matthew MacLeod. Paul Kirk, Bruce Strang, Edmund Yu, John Gordon, Damian McKevitt, Br Rowland. Fourth Rout. David Squelch, Stuart Newton, Paul Clarke, Michael Leja. Scott Pickard, Michael Stack, Tom Tsiandoulas, Peter Gajdics, Steve Butschler. Absent. Doug Holt. With regards from TOMENSON SAUNDERS WHITEHEAD LTD. 77 I . Mark Paddock tries his hand at doing a layout with his eyes closed. 1. Dauid Killian cleans up in the bowling pool. 3. 8 r. John Lewis sang a few liturgical songs once he had informed the students body about the hurricane that destroyed the Christian Brothers ' School in Dominica. 4. Dauid Rally has the intent of annihilating his opponent for once and for all in a game of Panzer Blitz. 5. " Ho w many calories are there in one mouse?”, ponders Spiro Poulas. 6. " Now that l ' ue paid $4,000 for all this stuff, what do I do with it?”, asks a bewildered Mark Cadinha. 7. Lack of snow on the local mountains created hauoc for V.C. skiers. 79 Grade I I homerooms Front Row: Ricky Wagner. Conor Murphy. David Canvin. Brian Truscott. John Jalubuena. Ron Bogusz, Scott Langley. Roberto Carvelho Second Row Paul Gatto. Randy Regush, Richard Eppich. Joe Doyle. Alphonse Abraham. Phillip Kubik. Chris Wills Third Row Glen Montgomery, Alan Sanvido. Sean Doughty. Gary Mordecai, Michael Graham. Roger Grover. Absentees. Greg Fodchuk, Eric Koban, Ricky Richardson. Dan Hagemoen Quiet . . . Br. Brennan feels that the only word to describe his homeroom class of I I I was Quiet: a teachers unattainable fantasy. The president of this class was Joe Doyle and vice-president was the effervescent Randy Regush. Homeroom I I I had its share of eminent people such as star varsity football E layer Alan Sanvido and celebrated asketball player Joe Doyle. This class was always ready to work and face challenges head on. I . This report look s suspiciously simular to Gpeg Bell ' s says Mr. Matusicky to Greg Guile and Andre as Greg tries to look in- nocent. With thanks to harry p. McLaughlin 80 Front Roio: Jerry Ng, Todd Page. Neil Hoo, Randy Bilesky, Liam Coughlan, Mark Roza. Patrick Thrift. Geral Belgardt Third Rom Claude Hardenne. Jeff Charpentier. Michael Carlos Fedyk, William Tsaw, Christopher Koh. Second Rom. Br. Lawlor, Hugh Quigley, Geary, Tim Naas. Paul Schober, Michael Hirschsprung, Stewart Bailey. Geoffrey Fisher Mark Ellery, Michael Kwok, Haydn Ache, James Genac, David Tabe, Simon Mackenzie, Br. Lawlor came to us from the sun drenched islands of the Caribbean and was given homeroom class I 12. It was hard to find outstanding features in this unique class when almost everyone was outstanding in one way or another. Class officials were: Haydn Ache as president and Mark Roza as vice-president. Intellectual leadership was provided by Gerald Belgardt and friendliness supplied by the " Kamloops kid " Liam Coughlan. If a word had to be used to describe this class, it would have to be pleasant. I . No, Greg, Chalk does not run film projectors. 2. I didn ' t think they allowed these types of books in a catholic instituation. 81 mam. w VJSI $$ I. Shakespeare never had it better as Rob " the wall " Caverson starts an illustrious acting career with the Waterfront Theatre. 2. Thank God for calculators! 3. " Heh , heh, heh, you ' ll lose your tail before you get away " snickers Mike Kwok sadistically. 4. Sanduido ... " Biceps don ' t fail me now. " 5. Rick Wagner cooks up a storm. 6. Br. Brennan guides Chris Wills in the intricacy of i2=j2 = k2 = ijk = -l . 7. Pierre Alphonus Heuskinl! 83 From Row: Don Paris, Dino Georgas. Martin Tsui. Rick Leong, Steve Lau. George Dudas. Paul Pelletreau, Andre Aquino. Second Rout Peter Seraphim. Karel Carloun. Mark Fidgett. Mark Feeney. Gregory Bell. Brent Done. Paul Smith. Larry Bell. Br Dawson. Third Rote: Maury Farenholtz, Ashely Rattee. Greg Guile, Peter Sartin, Zvonko Marectic. Pierre Heuskin. Mark Welman, Peter Keyes. Tom Toporowski, David Green. Class . . . Class I I 3 had nothing but " class” this year (as Br. Dawson put it). This homeroom’s features included spirit, Involvement and maturity. Dino Georgas lead the class as president and Dave Green was vice-president. This homeroom was really a group of winners and only one word will do to describe its at- mosphere: fantastic. I . Do you think this shot can get us a screen test in Hollywood? questions Liam Coughlan. Compliments of J.P. SALES 84 Brought to you by JOYCE FLOWERS AND GIFTS and NAAS ENTERPRISES LTD. Congenial Mr. Matusicky was in charge of homeroom I 1 4 this year, and he describes the atmosphere of this class as " Congenial”. Steve Lyons was the leader and president along with Rick Brownrigg who was his right hand man. The awe-inspiring feature of this class was their willingness to cooperate and work together. Some personalities of this class were Kevin Falcon the punctual mission collector, and Colin Schuss who supplied a touch of photographic art to the classroom. I . And people think I, tire fast after P.E., " Smirks,” Robert Cauerzan. 1 pwk r l W T _ V Front Roiv: Nicholas Randall. Stanley Foo, Edmond. Ng, Michael Moisson, Jason Sze. Urquhart. David Fletcher, Neil Maiors, Kevin Ridley Third Row Raymond Vesely, Colin Schuss. Brendan Hopwood, Stephen Brown. Second Row. Mr. Matusicky, Richard Brian Pol, Leo Schwartz, Andy Knight, Steve Lyons, Mike Tilbe, John Ghatak. Brownrigg, Martin Emslander, Robert Caverzan, Kevin Falcon, Peter Hall, Gordon 85 I . Stem Bailey - off the courts and into Br. Dawson ' s math books. 1. Br. Dawson ' s class just before entering L.F.A.’s annual fashion show. 3. It is hard to crack a smile when you are trying to study for one of Mr. Vandersande ' s Physics tests. 4. Glen Montgomery pentiuely con- templaits his future. 5. I don’t really think finding the speed of a helicopter in still air is going to benefit me in latter life. 6. " Julia Child eat your sauteed heart out " , states George Dudas. 7. D avid Fletcher and Carlos Fedyk participate in a discussion about coastguard safety methods. 86 87 RESIDENT STUDENTS: A life of leisure! Front Rout. Eric Heuver. Peler Brear. Luis Ramirez. Marcel Heuver. Liam Coughlan. Yu. Pierre A Heuskins, Joseph Lee, John Gordon. Greg Le Blanc, Haydn Ache. Geof Glen Montgomery. Peter Groves. Michael Walsh. Christopher Koh. Robert Lau Second Fisher. Rob Cochrane Third Rou Phil Kubik. Jose Ramirez, Brian Pol, Marcel Matte, Row. Edmund Ng. Wilkie Ko. William Wan, Paul Gubbels, Brendan Hopwood. Edmund Michael Leja. Joe Corrigan. Luc Salerian. Ray Vesley. Carlos Rodriguez. As in past years the resident students have come from many parts of the world, ranging from Belgium to Mexico, from Trinidad to Switzerland, and from Hong Kong to Spain. Thus they bring an international flavour to the College that is not found in most other schools. Except for the fact that they live on campus, the life of a resident student is not all that different from that of a day student. Under the direction of moderators: Br. Estrada, Br. Rowland. Mr. Joe Rogers, and Mr. Peter O ' Loughlin, the residents carry out their daily routine; they have morning and night prayers in the school chapel; two and half hours of supervised study a night; and of course periods of recreation. On weekends, the routine varies somewhat, and they have more time to do their own thing. This year, 1979-80, has been an enjoyable year for the resident students and everybody that is connected with them. I . The Chinese Connection. 2. Phil hard at work. 3. No competition here, as Peter and Mike challenge the computers. 4. Haydn surueys his handy work. 5. The Four Musketeers. 88 ljo 90 118 ® I . Marcel Matte and Brian Pol battle Geoff Fisher for the dubious honor of telling Br. Estrada about the broken lamp. 2. Luc Salerian, finally gets to use his trigonometry in an epic match against Paul Gubbels. 3. Joe Lee, the Eric Heiden of Hong Kong, takes a victory lap for his public. 4. That ' s Mike Leja garnishing the last mortal remains of Clarabelle Cow. 5. Luis Ramirez has finally managed to kill off the delegation of Mexican jumping beans at a residents ' barbecue. 6. A couple of scholars, Robert Lau and Edmund Ng. take a break from their studies to squander some time. 91 " That day was a great gift from God, and yet, as I received it, I did not know how fair a jewel of memory it would be. I like to think that there are many such jewels of recollection clasped close in my heart.” Arthur Christopher Benson • : r • Special Events City Hall finally gave the go-ahead for College to build a new playing field, and so work was begun over the summer. With the incentive of tons of dirt covering the V.C. swamp pushing them on, staff and students alike worked hard at getting the minimum $ I per km pledge that Br. Basil hoped would raise $ 30,000 for College. 3 A mysterious atmosphere prevailed on Walkathon day; heavy fog shrouded the entire city. Despite the inclement weather there were no accidents, and something above $26,000 was realized in the end. I . Remember field that thou art dirt ... 2. " Hey mun- chkin, uihaf did you ' re mom giue you. " 3. Rich Gill " sips " into the mellow Vancouver scene, watched enviously by Mark Tilbe and Mike Kreykenbohm. 4. Steue Tobias was the first to finish the Walkathon this year. 5. Peter Erceg ex- claims impatiently. " If you don ' t hurry up, I ' ll knock your block off! " 6. Our oldest walker show how easy it is as they meander through the fog. 94 95 The Great Outdoors I. " Dead head ahead! " 2. " We’ll escape from this place yet. " 3. There are narious attitudes towards boating; hum-drum, terror, and optimism. 4. " If this is what being a ' swinger ' is all about, to heck with it. " 5. " Okay, whose turn is it to eat breakfast today? " " Mine.” " Mine. " " No it’s mine, you ate yesterday! " 6 and 7. The Grade sixes despise the thought of leaning, whereas the Grade seuens are beaming oner the idea. V.C.-L.F A Grammar School Musical " Jack and the Beanstalk " Over the past few years the V.C.L.F.A. Grammar School Musical has become an integral part of the past-Christmas festivities. This year was definitely no exception as the boys and girls put together an extremely entertaining show based on the well known fairy tale " Jack and the Beanstalk " as narrated by Mother Goose. The show ran two nights with the Friday night show being sold out completely. As usual, some mention must be made of the fine effort provided by Mrs. June Koch, musical director, Mrs. Carol Coulson, choreographer, Mr. Jim Lattimer, technical director, Br. E. Conti, producer, Mrs. Sendai, and all the many others who helped out with make-up and the set. I . The Weirds (Angela Torreson, Stephen Danielson, and Chris McGoran) display their uociferous approval as Von Blizzard the wizard (Noel Hickey) and Squint his assistant (Troy Tunstoll) scheme together. T. Mother Goose (Brigid McGoran) explains the situation to Ger- trude Goose (Christine Oddy). 3. The dramatic, Coppelia Coui (Charmaine Fong) and Jack (An- thony Small) kick up a storm. 4. The Giant (Noel Hickey) uictimizes the oppressed bean grower, Jack. 100 FIFTH ORATORICAL CONTEST The Fifth Oratorical Contest in the Grammar School was as usual a big success. Under the competent M.C.-manship of Mr. MacCormack the whole evening went very smoothly. This year there was one group each in Grades I, 1 and 3. and 3 Groups (A, B, and C) each in all grades of 4, 5. 6, and 7. There were 30 volunteer parent judges for the group session, while Sister Helen of L.F.A., and Monsignor Nichol judged the finals. I . Mr. MacCormnck displays the winner ' s trophy at the start of the finals. 2. Jonathan Sitter describes the one that got away. 3. Demid Nathnnson giues his presentation as Contest Organizer Br. Conti holds the microphone. 4. The Grade 5A group discusses the possible outcome of the judging. 5. Billy Schatz recites his piece with tremendous vim and vigor. 6. As the audience watches with interest, the Grade I group runs through their routine. 7. Ouer-oll winner David McGoran receiues his trophy from Monsignor Nichol. LEADERSHIP CONFERENCES 1980 The Vancouver College Christian Leadership Conference is an annual event presented by the graduates and students of V.C. and L.F.A. In- vitations to the Conference are sent to 30 B.C. schools, both public and private. Usually 1 00 to I 20 students participate in the two day affair. The purpose of the Conference is to provide a meeting place for high school students, a place where they can get together to share their ideas, to learn the techniques of group discussion, and to learn the Christian idea of leadership. This year’s conference was held on April 25 and 26. and was a great success in every way. I . Bernie Schneider imparts his words of wisdom at the Grade Ten Leadership Conference. 2. The Tug O’War was one of the highlights of the Conference. 3. Judge MacKinnon was the guest speaker, and delivered an interesting speech on (what else?) leadership. 4. Paul Toporo wski is fascinated as two participants play " Pass the Life Saver on the tooth pick.” 5. We can imagine what Tim Pember is telling Brother Nolan, but you ' d better ask Rob MacKinnon what lie ' s doing. 6. Chris McNeil helps to point out the focal point of his group ' masterpiece. ' 104 105 WESTERN COUNTRY FAIR I. Mrs. Fortinsky and Mrs. Yublonski put in a hard night ' s work preparing for the fair. 1. Old-fashioned and Western dress was the order of the day. 3. " I ' d walk a mile for a Camel and a Blue,” thinks an ardent hedonist. 4. Mr. Gray was one of the " behind the-sceners” iofio made the fair a success. 5. Peter Timar and his friend search frantically for the controls. 6. The school band, under the direction of Mr. Olson, officially opened the fair. 7. Haue you euer seen a kid who couldn ' t resist cotton candy? 107 . . . for cowpokes young and old I and 8. The V.C. Science Fair ran parallel to the May Fair. Here Randy Bilesky displays his electrical wizardry, and Keuin Maher dreams of clear skies in his homemade airplane. 2. Smiling Sheriff Maher surueys his territory for pesky hombres. 3. Mr. Roscoe ouersees the construction of the booths. 4. Mrs. Rauerty marks down the low low prices at the Flea Market. 5. V.C. resident student Edmund Yu, winner of the $5000 May Fair Lottery. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Torresan serue up the grub at the outdoor barbecue. 7. The Olde Fashioned Candy Store u as one of the most popular stops for young and old alike. I am in love with this world ... I fiaue tilled Its soil, I have gathered Its harvests, I have waited upon Its seasons, and always have I reaped what I have sown. John Burroughs VOICE: Bringing the news to the students . First Row. Hernando Cortez. Paul Gatto. Clarence Hui Second Row. Mike Stack. Mike Hirschsprung, Jim Genac. Peter Groves, Justin Wyatt. Liam Coughlan. Mr Lattimer Missing: Ken Kavanagh The Voice is Vancouver College’s Student newspaper. It ' s purpose was to provide interesting, funny, factual and controversial articles covering all aspects of school life. The dedication of the staff this year was remarkable, especially reporters: Liam Coughlan, Mike Stack. Jim Genac, Justin Wyatt, Hernando Cortez. Paul Gatto and Paul Clarke, providing interesting and exciting articles. The two typists, Clarence Hui and Ken Kavanagh worked long hours, and Hernnando Cortez provided a different cover each issue, and finally Mr. Lattimer supervised the entire operation. Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the staff was their teamwork and fidelity to the paper. I . Clarence insists his byline be in 60 pt. BOLD type. 112 STUDENT COUNCIL: Spirit IS our goal. Front Row: Sean Murphy. Joe Doyle. Michael Beulne. Roberto Abraham. Vince Dziekan. Mike Stack. Matt Long, Carlos Rodriguez. Second Row: Haydn Ache. Patrick O ' Loughlin. Alex Lobozar, Piotr Czaykowski. A J Long. Rob MacKinnon. John O ' Neill, Rick Browrigg, Augusto Syiuco, Dino Georgas. David Jansen. Third Row: Steve Lyons. Spiro Poulos. Marcus Wagner, Kevin Clarke. Garry Norman, Tyler Lorenz. Michael Guzman. Paul Toporowski Fourth Row: Mike Green, Brian Lynch, John Lane, John Andrews. This year ' s Student Council, under the leadership of President A.J. Long and Vice President - Rob MacKinnon have tried to instill a sense of school spirit in all activities undertaken this year. This conscientious group, through the sale of football tickets, organization of buses to basketball games, dances, and the all important pep rallies have put the College on a sure path to success. Though at times support was lacking, this group did not tire in its con- tributions and efforts for the betterment of the College. I. Student Council President A.J. Long leads the way during the Notre Dame Basketball Game. TEACHERS IN ACTION I . A rare shot of Brother Raymond without his Brooks Brothers suit and Gucci shoes. 2. Mr. Kazun takes a break from teaching Chemistry to direct the music for " Good News. " 3. " Pssst! What do you think my chances are for winning a Tony Award? " asks Mr. Matisicky. 4. " Okay, before we start this period let ' s do 5 laps around the class. " dictates Mr. Anderson. 5. " Mr. MacCormach! Why didn ' t you warn me that uie are in piranha breeding waters? 6. Who said Brothers can ' t play with dolls? 7. Miss D euita for Principal. 114 115 ACTIVITIES l The winter blues conquered! 116 The high school’s Wednesday afternoon activity period is a way to escape the humdrum of the winter weather boredom. I . There must be more to this than a shutterbug. 1 . " What do you say kid!!’’ (Humphrey Bogart) 3. " Maybe this time I’ll hit the damn thing!” 4. A battle of minds between Steve Stumpf and Albert Buda. 5. Look! There’s a victim! 6. The steady eye of Br. Gerard guides another Industrial Education student. 7. Haydn tries his Superman effect. 117 Educational and recreational ca,ya. " am CCASS V, g f J SffiV; «um " I . One of G.V.R.D.’s group tour s to the Search and Rescue operations. 2. A.V. operations prepares students for possible future careers. 3. Phil Welch watches while Sandy Hayne tries to figure out the next note. 4. Geoff Scott sets up Sluggo and Spot for their movie debute. 5. Neil Hoo attempts to break the sound barrier. 6. John and Spiro find science an amazing subject. 7. The life guard gives a few tips on water safety before the guys take the first plunge. 8. Hockey, the traditional winter sport, is. of course, included. 119 Vt LFA _ — — i- e may 6 10 GOOD NEWS 8I5P.M In a time of international crisis and disaster it was only appropriate that the V.C. - L.F.A. Musical Society should decide to present the musical " Good News.” With its lively pace, attractive music, and constant slapstick humor, " Good News " couldn ' t fail to cheer up even the most morose audience. The plot can easily be summarized. The college football hero Tom Marlowe, played by Garry Norman, is threatened with suspension from the championship game unless he passes his upcoming astronomy exam. With the able assistance of Dolly Lakowski as Connie Lane he manages to get through the test. In the process he falls in love with her, thus frustrating his former girl Patrica Bingham, played by Suzi McKinnon. The squabbles that result are endless. At the same time there ensues another difficult case of emotional en- tanglement involving Kathleen Gilligan as Babe. Ray Tarnai as Bobby, and Colin Carney as Beef. Other major parts were played by Mike Stack as the football coach, and John Gordon as the trainer. The cast began practicing in ernest following the Christmas break. Many hours were put in by Mr. Kazun as Musical Director, by Grace Macdonal as Director and Choreographer, and by Br. Fury as Producer. The five performances were really superb, demonstrating the perseverance and dedication of all involved. Needless to say, the technical aspects of this fine production were extremely competently handled. Sets, lighting, sound, costumes, props, and an original program all added to enjoyment of the mulititudes who attended the musical. I. Kicking their legs gracefully, the girls run through one of their dance routines during a Saturday practice. 2. Grace Macdonald explains some of the finer points of acting to Gerhard Unger and Sam Vounik. 3. Mr. Kazun really gets into the music as he ivaues his baton to the beat. 4. Mrs. Dauis and Adrian Wijesinghe paint the set in preparation for opening night. 120 I . Tom Marlowe studies heauenly bodies with the only celestial light in his life, Connie Lane. 2. The entire chorus tests Vandersande ' s Third Law of Aerodynamics. 3. Ray Tarnai consults Mr. Kazun about his C hem mark after scoring. 4. Sweet strains of music float from the delectable uocal chords of Dolly, Suzi, and Heather. 5. Bobby Randall informs Babe he’s " not that kind of guy!” 6. Dolly Lakowski does the Varsity Drag. 7. Hernando bolds an instant elixir to " Happy Days.” 8. Milton ' s Paradise Regained - Adam, eat your heart out. 122 7 Jt-m | - ' ■W ' w- 123 Compliments of THE STEPANOV FAMILY jt-J ! f t JHOTT- ' J -4. -V ' ' - 7 HHv _ t- t r fn pTlf r t 117 k j ij ill m • Li ? ' i MivnPi L ' j j |V m 7 1 L v -yL i j Jr Front Row: Dan Paris, Graeme MacFarlane. Peter Ivansic. Mike Kaweski. Gordon Urquhart. Remy Stachowiak. Piotr Czakowski. Bock Roui: Br Raymond, Rob John- stone. Mark Paddack. Joseph Lee. Hernando Cortez, Mike Hirschsprung. Nick Sch- maling, Paul Gatto. Brent Done, Aubry Forenholtz, Frank Chan, Frank Geier, Mr. P. O ' Loughlin Missing Stewart Muir, Steven Lim, Pat O ' Loughlin, A.J. Long, Rob MacKinnion. Colin Schuss. The spirit of the I 980 Collegian staff began to take form in August of ' 79 when Mike Kaweski, Br. Raymond and Pat O ' Loughlin repainted the Collegion room, set out their plan of attack for the ad campaign, and organized the format for this year ' s book. By December over half the book was completed and each deadline thereafter was brought to fruitian with great ease. The entire staff is to be congratulated for the co-ordination of their efforts towards an excellent product. I . and 2. Big Bird and Darth Vader helped to re-uitalize the spirit in the Ad campaign. 3. Mr. Shau . gaue a seminar on basic layout design. 4. After finishing the Faculty section Stuart Muir took ouer the Actiuity section as well as working on the division page. 5. Rob MacKinnon and A.J. Long co-ordinated a successful ad campaign. Many thanks to DUNBAR COSTUME RENTALS 5336 Dunbar St. -236-901 I 124 I . Graeme M cFarlane trains a keen eye on an unsuspecting subject. 2. Joseph Lee cringes at the thought of hauing his picture taken. 3. Her- nando Cortez takes the job of Friend ' s editor uery seriously. 4. Everyone agrees that Mike Kaweski ' s shoes will be very hard to fill. 5. Colin and Aubry spent many hours printing and developing for the yearbook. 6. Mike gives a nod of approval to Piotr’s layout design. 7. Br. Raymond peruses the scrapbook for good pictures. 8. Nick Schmaling. ace photographer, " Hey great, I ' ll be the first person to get a picture of the original BIG FOOT. " 127 Jesus called, saying, " Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of God. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter It.” Primary classes Front Roui; Antonio Heras. John Nichols. Leo Paskalides. David Nathanson. Toby Wadsworty. David Hamlin. Second Rou ; Craig Bader. Edward Lee, Colin Chen, Carlo Sammarco, Robert Thompson, Kevin Mulhern. Third Row Michael Nolan. Andrew Margin. John Furch. Jean-Guy Speton, Jonathon Sitter, Michael Seigold. Peter Zivanovic. Absentees. Ken Au. Justin McCallum. Kaleidescopic This year’s grade I students found at- tending school a new experience. Going to school each day and learning how to cope with new people. This kaleidescopic class was always colorful and bright; the boys made the year complete with their imaginative art work and cheerful smiles. All 1 1 . active boys were questioners and willing to learn through out the year. I . Learning how to read is an easy task for Craig Bader. Compliments of WATTS CONSTRUCTION LTD. . . In Front Row: Martin Dumas, Michael Kennedy, Angelo Benjamin, Christopher Liu, Douglas Oddy, Matthew Nathanson, Emmet Duncan. Second Row: Jamie Lang, Peter Fahrmann, Giorgio Petricca, Peter Haydu, Patrick Craig, Sean McCallum. Robert Eager to learn Mrs. Cheesman describes her class as pleasant and open: 25 delightful and happy boys eager to learn. The class as a whole was outstanding and pleasant to teach; when the boys weren’t hard at play they were hard at work, striving to learn the many new things taught them. The main highlight of grade 2 was that every student was outstanding in his own way. I . Ryan Malone realizing his future as an architect tests out his skills with crayons. 2. Malcolm Kerr glues a helping hand to Giorgio Petricca. Livingstone, Andrew Brennan. Third Row: Stephen McNamara. Lionel Haims. Paul Kreeft, Jason Gach, Ryan Malone, Malcolm Kerr, Christopher Toudy. Absentees. Bryce Beatty, Michael McAleer, Jason Vaugier. 131 World ' s greatest I. The world ' s greatest Hockey Card Throwers gather at V.C. for the World Tourney . . . keep them flying fellas!! 2. " I wonder whose lunch box these could go in " muses Kevin M ulhern. 3. Martin Dumas and Andrew Brennan, study the wonderful world of books. 4. Toby has to get on the shelve to get his well deserved lunch. 5. Famous prose adorns the Elementary School notice board, carefully eyed by Andrew Brennan. 6. " This story isn’t really that funny . . . why am I reading it " wonders Jason Gach. 7. The Candy Mon con ... do anything!! 8. Grades I, 2. 3 portray the famous Nativity Play during the Christmas Season. 132 Front Row: Farrell McLoughlin. Andrew Vlaszaty, Marc Pelletreau. Robert Andrew, Brian Ho. Robert Quigley, Marco Oballa, Ryan Mulhern Second Row: Christopher Lopianowski, Peter Nagra. Mark Mogatas, Robert Hensel. Joshua Grant, Andrew Koo, Bogdan Floresco. Third Row: lain Macfarlane. Colin Osborne. Niall Murphy. Mark Uitdenbosch, Vincent Danielsen. Sean Jeffrey. Fourth Rou . Anthony Donald, William Hamlin, Peter Morphet. Damian Kettlewell, Andre Caverzan, Patrick Kim, Matthew Gregory. Bouncing leprechauns This year’s grade 3 class had a uniqness that would be hard to find in any other class in V.C.. This small, chatty group had a variety of students all curio us and friendly, always busy like a bunch of bouncing Leprechauns and always questioning. This class supported all of the College’s activities with an eagerness typical of this group: always with cheer. I . Mrs. Maclean works on the tedious job of marking note books. 2. " This book just as exciting as its title " says Robert Hensel. 134 Intermediate classes . b - 8 j S jM fjs MM Z ' ' A ft -ML mV! ’■ ' T ■ Front Row. Andy Nathanson, Nicholas Ellery. Anthony Russell, Charles Weiler, Todd Paddack, Ray Olma. Second Row: Albert Lee, Alex Wadsworth, Peter Timar, David McGoran, Brendan McCabe, Andrew Bendl, Shaun Tompson. David Lawrence. Brian Ewanchuk, Ben Martin, Lute Gallagher. Third Row. Colin Lynch, John Mulhern, Anton Danielsen, Philipper Doebeli, Andrew Porter, Dean Meloni, James Brennan. Stephen Rowley, Toni Bunica. Fourth Row. Angelo Balatsas, Norman Sherry. Martin Lynch, Todd Fortinski, John O ' Reagan, Stephen Nolan, Kevin Stack, Kevin Cockwell, Carlo De Mello, Oliver Busby. Absent. Chris Joy. " Rambunctious ” This rambunctious home room was a great participant in all Elementary activities. They participated in all sports and also in the Musical. This class was lead by Andy Nathanson as class president and, Chris Joy as vice president. They were very active in their free time and very studious in class time. Grade 4 contributed to the school by their impressive fund raising abilities: Good work. I. Luke Gallagher listens intently while Brendan McCabe explains the finer points of Dra win ' s theory. With thanks to EUROPEAN CAR SPECIALISTS LTD. 135 " Mak ' mg-a-sweetta music ” I. " Come gambling gentlemen the dice are making-a-sweetta music, ” ex- claims Peter Nagra. 2. " West Coost totem poles were often used to symbolize euil spirits, " stammers Albert Lee. 3. The return of the masked auenger. 4. The Grade Fours display the spoils as the winners of the Ad-Campaign to Br. Conti ' s Grade Six s. 5. " The man at the plant store told me not to giue it too much plant food,” recalls Todd Fortinski. 6. Mark Mogatas and Peter Nagra discuss whether or not D.N.A. molecules can be broken down by nuclear fission. 7. Mark Brown and his of winners haue the cure for any sweet tooth. 137 Front Row: Chris McGoran, Terry Dunne, David Mitchell. Clayton Clarke, Igor An- tognetti. John Hill, Peter Nash. Eric Demonye. Feidhlim Boyle. Stephen Piccone. Martin Syjuco. Kirk Butschler. Second Row: Carl Mascarenhas. Jeffrey Buckland. Noah Grant, Jason Malone, Frank Kucera, Edward Dino. Paolo Montessori, Dean Russell. Trevon Farenholtz. Gareth Duncan. Mr. MacCormack. Third Roui: Angus MacFarlane, Stefan Baumstark, Shawn Phillips. Amarpol Nagra. Fraser Uitdenbosch, Patrick Ewanchuk, Kelven Vail, Andrew MacFarlane, Anthony Watt, Michael Kennedy. Absent: Chad Klein. Unpredictable This unpredictable grade 5 class had a strong atmosphere of friendship and unity. In the class there were many close friends and as a result this class could be very talkative at times. The class was lead by Martin Syjuco who gave them a bit of Irish Spirit in times of need. Participation in sports was a highlight for this class with a large number of future athletes assured. I . For Kirk Butschler another problem bites the dust;; With appreciation from KERR § DUMARESQ TIMBER CO. LTD. and MACULAV NICOLLS MAITLAND § CO. LTD. 138 Front Row: Dean Doolan, Frank Clarke, Neil Martin, Eddy Wood, Theron Knape, Mark Brown, Mike Hartley, Mark Redfern, Pius Ho, John Watts. Second Rote: Declan Lawlor, David Graham, David Bennett, Paul Wilson, Jose Dino, Mike Stradiotti, John Dyer, John Kilpatrick, Mike Hudd, Jimmy Horvath, Kevin Chen, Kerry Lucas. Third Row: Luke O ' Loughlin, Mike Guthrie, Patrick Knight, Franco Felicella, Jason Doolan, Kris Kucera, Warren Nash. Harvey Hill, Stephen Danielsen, Patrick Bingham, Jason Dumaresq. Absent. Marco Barrera, David Contini. Imaginatiue . . . Whether it is studying in the Greek gods or making collages, Brother Conti’s Grade 6’s were impressive. The highlight of this year was their generous response to " Walkathon ’79”; they raised $ 1440. This class worked together as one and con- tributed to the grammer school’s congenial atmosphere. I . Kris Kucera exclaims " Hey, Mark give me tmo of those Big Mac’s.” 2. " Bobby Orr, 155 points in his 3rd season, no way this machine is cracked,” argues Luke O’Loughlin to Jason Dumaresq and Frank Clarke. Compliments of ZENITH DEVELOPMENTS INC. D iuersified in action I. " Sorry boys we weren ' t able to saue him in time! " exclaims Franco Felicella. 2. Ibid. Caption I, p. 161, Collegian 79, R. St. Cyr Ed. 3. " Flow did the Indians even get animals to pose for totem pole s,” question those fatiqueed totem pole posers. 4. " Okay guys, let ' s get ready to shoot the duck. " 5. " But Brother Raymond said there iuas a McDonald ' s out here somewhere!” 6. Terry Dunne has discovered transcendental meditation. 7. The V.C. Olympic bobsled team in action on Mt. Seymour. 8. " No, Mrs. Sendall, this isn’t a present for you. " 141 Front Row: Joseph Chu, Stuart Gray, Leo Sweeney. Anthony McAleer. George Kover. Timothy Haslam, Martin Moser. Matthew Bingham. Desmond Viegas. Adam Redfern. Gerald Schaffer. Second Rom: Mark Butschler. Troy T unstall. Christopher Nicholls. Edward Joannides, Steven Haydu. Kenneth Mulder, Ryan Mawhinney. Paul Bachmann, " Organized ” This year Class 7 I utas lead by class president Ryan Mawhinney utho Mr. Kim describes as a " born leader " He also had help from vice president Paul Bachmann a furious aid. This energetic class displayed an attractiue shouting of pupils ' work and enthusiasm by raising ouer $ 1 ,400 in this year’s ad campaign. Well done Class 7 I . Richard Breakell, Arthur Ang. Paul Gomes. Third Rom. James Toudy, William Schatz, Blair Johnston. Patrick Mi knall, Ross Pickard. Andrew MacFarlane. Fulvio Todesco. Stephen Green, William Craig, Kevin Ell, Peter Lefebvre. I . William Schatz glues an impressiue speech at the International Tear of the Child Assembly. Best of Luck from THE MILOS FAMILY and CREATIVE CUSTOM COVERS 142 Front Row: Noel Hickey, Michael Gonzalez, Brian Champong, David Martin. Douglas McBride, Graeme McFarlane, Adrian Schwarz, Andrew Bryson. Charles Rebstein, Nicolas Joannides, Craig Keller. Second Rout. Ivan Tsang, Stephen Lissack, Gregary Palmer, Brian Pearson, Craig Duggan, Mark Sartin, Sean Johnson, Sean Fairley, David Maxwell. Brian Bell, Kevin Kennedy, Anthony Small. Third Rou . Peter Tsiandoulas, Ronald Johannson, Patrick Guzman, Brian Langley, David Murphy, Keven Fortinski, Andrew Robinson, Jonathon Boulton, Derrick McKinnon. Anthony Szeto. Mark Wisniewski. " Creative Class 72 excelled in organization, neatness and creativity. Class officers were Anthony Szeto and Greame McFarlane. The involvement of the class was displayed by raising fish, growing plants, doing socials plays and having their own booth of craft goods at the May Fair. I. " I had my Wheaties this morning so look out!” exclaims Stephen Lissack. 2. " These fish may Hue if we keep them away from Br. Raymond for a week. ” 143 Action in abundance I. " Aha! A perfect likeness of Bro. Raymond " , mumbles Derek M ckinnon. 2. " Eat your heart out Burt Reynolds " declares Ryan Mawhnney. 3. " Honest ma ' am, it ' s not a bomb.’’ persuades Sean Johnson. 4. How can you expect me to smile without my morning cup of 7 Eleven coffee ? 5. Even after I 5 km. the grade 7’s tube a break for a picture. 6. " Gimme back my penny you dirty frog! " threatens William Craig. 7. " Wbat do you think doctors, lung cancer of severe malnutrition ? " inquires David Murphy. 8. " Ah, a new specie s of killer insect, " mutters Michael Gonzales. 145 " Peace would be furthered by the Olympic Games ... but peace could be the product only of a better world; a better world by better Indlulduals; and better Individuals developed by the give and take, the buffeting and battering, the stress and strain of fierce competition. Baron Pierre de Coubertln S.V. FOOTBALL — An extension of V.C.’s spirit. Back Row: Stewart Sexsmith. Peter Keys. Joe Pulchney. Matt Lakowski. Alex Lobozar, Alan Hemming. Chris Butschler. John O ' Neal. Alan Sanvido Second Row Liam Couglin. Mr. Kelly. Tom Liaskas. Vince West. Craig Jeffrey. Brian Giefing. A.J. Long. Parry Melios, Mike Torresan. Tom Puchney. Dan Hagemon. Front Roui: Mike Tilbe, Peter Sartin. Matt MacLeod. Steve Lyons. Kent Turnstall. Luc Salerian. Ray Vesely. Rob MacKinnon. Geoff Fischer. Bruce Strang. Mr. Choo. The 1979 " Fighting Irish ' " in spite of inexperience and lack of size, played ex- citing football throughout the season. Playing in the newly-formed Premier League, the team was successful in earning one of the four playoff sports. The team was led by QB A.J. Long, an excellent passer, who kept the offensive moving all year. On defense, linebacker Alex Lobozar and ends Matt Lakowski and Joe Pulchny led the way. The following players earned recognition as award winners: Outstanding back — A.J. Long Outstanding lineman — Matt Lakowski Inspirational award — Alex Lobozar Br. Walsh Trophy — Rob MacKinnon Most Improved Player — Joe Pulchny. I. " Will I or loon ' t I " ponders Chris Butschler. 2. Vince West ponders. " Are they really that big?” 3. " Oh well. I almost made a yard.” 4. Our consciencious cheerleader s led a pensive crowd to victory. 5. " The football field is no place to tango” says the Irish Tackleer, as he shows the Notre Dame runner he means it. 6. As Mr. Spagnuola figures out the best play, Mr. Kelly and Mr. Choo talk about last weeks victory. Irish power descends onto the field. I . We’re gonna make sure this fella doesn’t escape. 2. Colleges ' battle tired heroes leaue the field of action. 3. " Come on. let’s keep the wrestling for the gym.’’ 4. Now that’s what we call " Covering your man.” 5. Just another way to get rid of the ball. 6. And the crowds keep on getting bigger. 7. This looks more like rugby that football. 8. Tired and sore, College moves out for another try. 7 • « i _ ' 150 151 J.V. Football A rebirth of V.C.’s past. Front Row Bob Hallum (coach). Alexander Macdonald. Peter Jeffries. Robert An- Vovnic, Conrad Lakowski. Johnny Montague. Vincent Dziekan, Andrew Hopkins, toniazie. Derek Flanagin. Bradley Woods, Mark Cadhina. Anthony Spagnuola (coach) Adrien Wijeshinge Third Row Johnny Riviera. Jason Clarke, Callum Herdson. James Second Row Andrew Moroz. Matthew Long. Joel Dumaresq. Barry Hylinka. Sam Graham, Robert Gerien, Jeffrey Fraser. Zrinko Vuk, Kevin Mrazek, Jeff Seymour. This year edition of the J.V. Fighting Irish football team proved to be a worthy successor to the spirited past of Vancouver College. The never ending determination of both coaches and players resulted in one of the most dynamic Junior Varsity teams the College has ever seen! Headed by Coaches Hallam and Spagunola, the J.V. football team became one of the most feared yet respected teams in the province Each player showed strong potential for thi future. With no doubt a powerful foundatioi for the Fighting Irish has once again beer established! I . Talking about ' butting ' into the opponents play! 2. Like the RCMP say. " We always get our man. " 3. V.C. Offence lines up for the snap. 4. Mott Long is hoping that this opponent isn ' t as mean as he looks. 5. The luck of the Irish shown again as another hole is broken for our carrier. 152 W ' U • • ;• Grade 8: Undefeated this season. Jr " R v nnn -r [mE It iW m J j 1 v ,X k-jj Front Rou) Kevin Wiseman, Darce Boreham, Shawn Giefing. Mike Dziekan. Paul McMullen, John Clarke, Rod Lobozar, Joe Ivancic. Jason Vail Second Roue Stanley Chaing, Mike Beaulne, Bob Hlynka, Carlos Amocanto, Kevin Clarke. Anil Dolan. Ed Keir Third Row: John Olson. Chris Yoblonski. Fursey Gotuaco. Mike Antoniasi, Steven Knox. Michael Bruce Fourth Rou Tyler Lorenz. Jimmy Georgas, Rick Ditto. John Lane. John Wyler. Peter Barone. Jeff Howie, David Season, Mr. Anderson. Mr. Giacommoza. This years Grade 8 team must be ranked among the best football teams to appear at Vancouver College, coming through with an undefeated season. The offensive unit would constantly gain large amounts of yardage during a game because of the dedication in practise. The defensive unit was the best in the league because of its ability to curtail its opponents score to I touchdown or less per game. The defense also received most of the credit for defeating Notre Dame by a score of 12 0. After another great year, the young players prove once again that they are on a fabulous start to their acting football career at V.C. I. John Wyler shows we ' re always No. I. 2. M fee Antoniasi cuts inside for another big gainer. These Irishmen will Cross any Country. Tony Emslander, Gary Horvath, Pat Clarke, Brad Bratstord, Mr Doyle. Absent: Kevin Kidley . V.C.’s small but determined cross country team had a very up and down season. They faired well in the C.Y.A. meet, winning it over very stiff competition. However, the B.C. Championships held a different fate: when Pat Clarke suffered an ankle injury the team was no longer able to compete as one. but rather, each runner had to compete individually, as a result, no points were totalled towards a team award. Despite the adverse conditions of the day, and the consequences of the injury, several runners put in good performances. I. and 2. Brad Batsford, Tim Naas, and Pat Clarke display the forn that helped win the C.Y.A. Championship at Qailchena Park. Wrestling ' A test of agility and strength Front Rom. Glen Montgomery. Stewart Muir. Ron Rogers. Marcus Wagner. Pave Gray. Groves. Sean Mullen. Ms Devita (Manager). Stanley Foo. Third Rom: Martin Em- Rick Wagner. Chris Gray. Second Rom Mr Anderson (Coach). Phil Kubik. Peter slander. Paul Gipps. Rob Caverzan. This year ' s wrestling team had a very good season. Paul Gipps, the team captain, led the group with his excellent moves, and Herculian strength. College placed well at most tournaments. A number of talented wrestlers were involved, but due to a lack of experience, not everyone made it to the B.C.H.S. Provincial Championships. However, four team members did; Martin Emslander, Paul Gipps. Rick Wagner, and David Gray. Congratulations to them and to Mr. Anderson for a superb coaching job. I . Greco-Roman has neuer looked better. 2. Murcus Wagner uses his head when it comes to neu techniques. 3. Paul Gipps stands triumphantly after winning his way to the B.C.H.S. Prouincial Championships. 4. " We ' ue got to stop meeting like this. " 5. " Oh. my bad back. " grimaces Stanley Foo. 6. " I ' d rather exercise my head in school " says Joe Zanato to Sean Mullen. 156 Senior Soccer ' Lose close one in playoffs From Row Dave Pacheco. Chris McNeill. Kevin Rielly. Bernie Shnieder. Andrew Fairly. Gary Norman. Peter Enceg. Mike Leja. Gary Mordecia. Missing from Photo: Paul Lucas. Joe Sothy. Paul Catchpole. Second Row Mr Boreham; coach. Phil Welch. Tim Naas. The Varsity Soccer team won home and away games against St. Thomas More. The team led by Paul Catchpole. Paul Lucas, and Joe Sothy went on to lose a hard fought game I -0 in a provincial playoff qualifying game against Kitsilano. The Irish displayed superior defensive skills but were unable to operate their counter attack offense on a rain drenched pitch. Chris MacNiell ' s outstanding effort in goal kept the Irish in the game until the dying minutes of the contest. With players like Gary Mordecai. Chris MacNiell, and Peter Erceg returning; can a Provincial Championship be far off. I . Paul Catchpot shows that he ' s always in good form. 158 Junior Soccer - Our hope for the future. Front Row: Tom Toughton, Troy Lucas, Kevin Reilly, Sean Murphy, Mike Ewanchuk, Chris Walters, Jamie Loriane, Frank Keelback, Mike Collins. Michael Boreham (coach). Second Row: Paul Dalla Lana, Chris Brown, J.P MacNeil. The Juvenile Soccer team is indeed our hope for the future. Led by Kevin Reilly this team finished the season undefeated ( 1 0-0- 1 ). A strong defe nse allowed only 4 goals all season, but a stronger at- tacking offense netted 49 goals. Troy Lucas and Brad King provided the scoring while Reilly and Chris Walters did the fetch and carry work. The defense was handled by Tom Troughton, Mike Collins, and Frank Keilback, while goal- keeping chores were shared by Paul Dalla-Lana and Matt Karpes. Many of the players will go on to the Varsity team next year. I. It ' s the new game called " Figure me oat " . Can you? 1. Chris Walters flies high for the ball. 159 ?d r Elementary Soccer ' Advance to playoffs Front Row: Sean Fairley. John Dyer. Gerald Shaffer. Paul Bauchman. Second Row: Greg Pat Guzman. Coaches: Leo Schwartz. Mr. Gray. Palmer. Harvey Hill, David Graham. Luc O ' Loughlin. David Maxwell, Adrian Schwartz, This year Elementary soccer team showed developed skills on the field, and combined with their spirit and deter- mination. they proved themselves worthy of advancing to the playoffs. Greg Palmer. Harvey Hill and Pat Guzman led to team while Adrian Schwartz defended our goal. Mr. Grag ' s experience in soccer and his ability to coach was a great asset to everyone. I . Rack up another point for College. 2. Blimey, this is my chance to be a star, ponders Luc O ' Loughlin. Elementary Swim Team Makes Waves Front: Colin Thompson, Lote Gallagher, Tony Donalson, Colin Osborne. John Mulhern Lawlord. Patrick Mikhail Third: Mark Feeny. Mr Macormack Second: Luke O ' Loughlin, Chris MacGoran, Ross Pickard, Steven Rowley, Declan The fact that the team was one of the smallest anywhere did not stop these swimmers from thinking big. Finishing seventh in the solitary tournament, the team was led on by Chris MacGoran and Carl Johannson. These fine results should be attributed to the spirit of the kids and the coaching of Mr. MacCormack and assistant Mark Feeney. I . Blimey, Mate! Who needs lessons when you can haue fun like this. THIS AREA i CLOSED i S ISTSKec " USSOlBQaui I I 1 d 161 Senior Varsity ' Agility and sportsmanship . Left to Right. Gary Oleskiw (Coach). Steve Lyons (Manager). Dan Hagemon. Joe Doyle, Eric Koban, Alex Lobozar, Al Hemming. Stew Bailey. Sean Doughty. Chris Willis Peter Sartin. Tom Topperowski. Paul Topperowski. Mark Hartman. Maury Farenholtz. (Manager), Br Dawson (Coach). The beginning of a new decade did not prove too rewarding for the Fighting Irish Varsity basketball team. During the season we won a total of some eleven games. In two of the tournaments we entered, the Nanaimo Tourney and the Emerald Tourney, we placed 4th and 5th place respectively. The Varsity had a 3-2 standing in the Independant League but were bumped out of the Lower Mainland playoffs after an unfortunate loss to McNair. The team was lead by captain Paul Topperowski, followed by Eric Koban, and Sean Doughty. Many strong performances were given by Stew Bailey, Mark Hartman and Al Hemming. Much of the credit for the season should be given to Brother Dawson for his superb coaching and to managers Steve Lyons and Chris Wills. I . It’s fust another game of uolleyball for Al Hemming. 2. Mark Hartman ' s determination to get 2 more points shows on his face. 3. Tom Topperowski looks on in awe as his brother Paul fights for the ball. 4. Sean Doughty ' s ease in shooting is uihat makes him one of the best. 5. And I thought girls were hard to get hold of! 162 An ’unquestionably” fine effort. I. Volleyball never looked easier! 2. Sean Doughty ' s " Swan Lake " riuals anything the Royal Winnipeg Ballet does!! 3. Paul Topperowski. our team captain, poses with our newly acquired " Most Sportsmanlike Team ” trophy. 4. A I Hemming shoots for 2 points while his opponent pretends he’s an airplane. 5. " This looks easy, doesn’t it? " 6. Pete Keyes always STANDS out in a crowd. 164 165 J.V. Basketball ' Injury mars promising season . Front Row : Coach Dean Pientrantonio. John Contini. Greg Welch. Sieve Welch. Sieve Dave Kilian. Tom Zavadil. Mike Torresan. Paul Brown Inset: Ron Adair. Missing: Mario Ciccone, Mike Correa. Rod Hemming Rear Rom Br Howard (Coach). John Rivera. Montessori This year ' s J.V. team started out extremely well with victories in the D.W. Poppy Tourney, the Junior Emerald Tourney, the Terrace Invitational and a 20-3 win-loss record. But then tragedy struck! Ron Adair, his eyes injured in a practise, was out for the season. The team took a turn for the worse and without their captain, they fell to a 22-12 standing at the end of the season. I. Tom Zauadil ' s great height proued to be a tremendous asset to the team. 2. Oaue Kilian flies high aboue the opponent. 3. Mario Montessori fights to gain control of the ball. -4. Ron Adair ' s agressiue style and sure shooting earned him a team high 28 point per game average. 5. It ' s lucky these fellows use Right Guard. 166 Grade 7 - The team of the future Front: Mr. Giacammoza. Ivan Tsang. David Maxwell. Sean Johnson. Paul Bachman. Andrew Macfarlane. Second: Fulvio Tedesco. Pal Guzman. Ross Pickard. Brian Langley. Ryan Mawhinney. The Grade Seven basketball team finished their season with a record of 24 wins and I defeat, the latter due to a default. The team proved that they were the best in the Lower Mainland and probably one of the better two teams in B.C. The team was lead by their captain and M.V.P. Patrick Guzman. Matthew Bingham supplied the team with excellent ball handling, while Ross Pichard consistently grabbed rebounds for the team. This is a team to watch in the future! I . Paul Bachman’s excellent dribbling form helps him out- run the opponent. 2. Pat Guzman shouts why he ' s the most ualuable player of the team. Grade 9 $ - have an euen season Front: Bernard Raverty, Mike Ewanchuck, Sean Koban, Mike Sweeney, Lester Chow. Second: Mr. Sponza (Coach), John Andrews, John Rivera. Tony Medic. Tony Lyndsay, Erwin David. Missing: Mike Antoniazzi. Even though most of the members on the team were considerably shorter than other teams, the Grade 9’s proved they could handle the ball by coming through the year with a 10-13 win-loss record. John Rivera and Sean Koban led the team through numerous games and two tournaments along with strong support from Lester Chow and Andy Cheung. I. Lester Chow doesn ' t believe in using conventional passing methods. 2. Marc MacMullen feeds the ball to the open John Rivera. Fighting Irish Track Excels Again. Head Coach : Mr. Hallum. Assistant Couches; Mr Doyle. Mr Boreham Manager. Gordie Moulden. Team Members; Mifee Tilbe. Keuin Ridley. Tom Toporowsbi. Paul Muir, Peter Sartin. Paul Toporo wski. Brian Giefing. Pat Clarke. Carlos Rodriguez. Mark Hartman. Luc Salerian. Paul Richards. Mark Cadinha. Stew Bailey. Hadyn Ache. Randy Regush. Marcel Matte. Anthony Hardenne. Chris Broum. Steuen Rauertu. Greg Guile. Peter Erceg. Claude Hardenne. Tim Naas. Mario Montessori. Tony Emslander. Fursey The calendar for this year ' s track team was quite busy. Early after Christmas fitness was started, monitored by Head Coach Rob Hallam and maintained throughout the year. Once the season started, the team participated in numerous small meets and other special events including a trip to the U.S. during Easter break. College placed 1st and 2nd in two of the most important meets of the year, the Van- couver Relays and the Hillside meet, due to the supreme effort put in by such members as Paul Toporowski, who occasionally competed in as many as five events. Other outstanding performers were; Kevin Ridley, Stewart Bailey, Mark Cadhina, Dan Hagemoen, Marcel Matte, and Paul Richards. Gutaco. Zrinko Voc. Anthony Moser, Carlo s A moranto. Mark Radzikowski, Eric H euuer. Gelasio Reyes. Paul Delalana. Andrew Gangell. Emit Hichey. Don Burgess, Doug Correa. Daue Seadon. Mike Collins. John Wieler. Mike Lee. Mike A ntoniasi. Taleno Bruno. Jamie Loreuno, Chris Yublonski. Frank Keilback, Stewart Morris. J.J. Estralla. Anil Dolan. Erwin Dauid. Jose Delgado. I . Anthony Hardeen ' s face expresses his determination in the 1 500 meter race. 2. Most people take a bath after a race, but Keuin Ridley is always one to improvise and takes it during. 3. Marcel Matte demonstrates his form which helped him win many times. 4. After winning the 4 x 400 relay, there’s only one thing to do; rest and receive congratulations. 170 - : r- | gg - m m » m . a . - L . ' r . Kya Li SBSflB VX k ' :; ?5 - : . ■• I. " What a time to sneeze ” thinks Carlos Rodriguez. 2. " My technique? I just imagine a teacher at the other end of the field. " brags Randy Regush. 3. -6. Paul Richard ' s mean looks and outstanding running abilities are enough to psych anyone out. 7. Pat Clarke could use a vacation before his next race - or at least a 5 minute rest. 8. Luc Salerian does his famous " Bionic M an " impersonation. 9. Kevin Ridley, in hot pursuit of his rival, plans when to sprint ahead to win. TENNIS and BADMINTON Front. Patty Mulhern, Virginia Weiler. Jacquie Miller. Buena Guzman. Warren Fong. John Borschert, Colin Metal Second: Laura Montague. Johanna Brophy. Joyce Adams. Susan Feffrey . Aubrey Farenholtz. Mr Anderson (Coach), Curtis Brennan. Jason Sze. Tony Macken. Edmund Ng. Michael Moisson. Pat Macken, Neil Floo. Missing: Craig Jeffrey. Sandy Hayne. Maury Farenholtz. This year ' s tennis team can only be described as sensational. Both senior and junior teams came out of the regular season undefeated and then proceeded on to the playoffs. With such players as Tony Macken and John Borschert. who are rated 4th in B.C. and 3rd in Canada respectively for their age groups, it ' s no wonder that the College- L.F.A. joint team did so well. I . Tony Macken returns the shot while Laura Montague watches. 174 The start of two new dynasties Making the semifinals of the B.C. Pepsi Tournament is enough proof that this team is one of the best. Acclaimed by many coaches as next year’s champions, the team is comprimised mainly of juniors, giving us the age advantage for a few more years to come. Mr. Anderson organized all practices and competitions. For these competitions and practices, College joined forces with Crofton House to compete as a team. Front: Greg Armitage, Wendall Fong, Crofton Ftouse. Second Colin Metal, Curtis Brennan, Warren Fong, Neil Hoo. Phil Welch, Mr Anderson (Coach) " There is no comradeship except through union in the same high effort. Euen in our age of material well-being this must be so, else how should we explain the happiness we feel in sharing our last crust with others in the desert ?” Antoine De Saint-Exupery Personal Sponsors Begg, Mr. J. Stewart Becker, E. Family Buchan’s Kerrisdale Stationery Buerger, S. Family Butschler, M.C. Charpentier, J.A. Collins, Dr. and Mrs. G. C.Y. 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I 108 Homer St. 688- 2381 J.S.M. Delivery 1 080 W. 1 6th. 738-3519 Kerrisdale Travel 2292 W. 41st. 26I-IOI I Dr. D P. Lawlor 2524 Kingsway 434-0414 232 Senior Librarians Our full time librarians Mrs. Naas and Mrs. Lynch are assisted by many ladies who volunteer their time and effort to encourage a first class library. I . Mrs. Macken tries to find the proper place to put the returned books. 2. Mrs. Lynch smiles with pleasure at all the new library books she is about to receive. 3. Mrs. Newton wonders who could have left this five month overdue book. 4. Busy as usual. Mrs. Naas keeps the library in tip-top condition. 5. Mrs. Thrift browses through the paperback selection for a spot for these best-sellers. Directory Advertisements Con-Care Industries Ltd. 5 118 Manor St., Burnaby 294-0735 Lens and Shutter 2912 W. Broadway 736-3461 Leslie Jane Fabric Store 1 4 80 Marine Dr., W. Van. 922-8612 Shannon Cleaners Ltd. 1836 W. 57th Aue. O ' Loughlin, Mr. § Mrs. Liam 4898 Fannin Aue. 228-8840 London Optical Ltd. 5524 Cambie St. 321-9535 M acfarlane Seafoods Ltd. 2231 W. 41st. Aue. 261-1226 M acGilliuray, Dunne S Associates Ltd. No. 400 575 Richards St. 688-6646 Maple Leaf Travel Ltd. - Francine Echlin 1 441 Creekside Dr. 734-1212 Murphy, Mr. Mrs. 4470 Keith Rd., W. Van. 922-9828 M.Y.K. Management Co. 3 1 40 Main St. 879-4545 Natalie ' s Nest Boutique Ltd. 2820 Granville St. 731-3213 New York Life 2030-1055, W. Georgia St. 685-7364 Nightingale Pharmacy 3591 W. 4 1st. at Dunbar 261-3155 233 Directory Advertisements Buy Low Foods 3151 Arbutus 738-7105 City Trauel Center Ltd. 1391 Kingsway 873-8442 Color Your World 2950 S.E. Marine Dr. 437-0401 The Oddy Family 5070 Blenheim St. 263-6860 Oballa Realty Ltd. I 399 Commercial Dr. 253-2423 Olde World Fudge Co. 4870 McKenzie St. 261-061 I Parmars Blueberry Farm I 3560 Westminster Ftwy., Richmond 270-1937 Le Petit Gourmand Delicatessan 4424 Dunbar 734-91 15 Philippine Village Shop 2298 W. 4 1 st. Aue. 263-8717 Elementary School Librarians Mrs. Sendall coordinates the Volunteer Parents Organization in their efforts to assist in the Elementary Library. I. Mrs. Sendall and Mrs. Charpentier discuss what books to nominate for the N ouel-of-the year Award. 2. Mrs. Hill helps in organizing some paper work. 3. Mrs. Matte, a substitute teacher, collects some book reports. 4. Finding out how good the books are, Mrs. Doughty plots to smuggle some of her fauorite out. 5. Mrs. Sendall models one of the many in her new fashion collection for the eighties. Quest Construction Ltd. 826 W. 22nd. Aue. 874-7677 Regency Caterers Ltd. 1017 W. King Edward Aue. 731-8141 Regis Pictures 5 Frames Ltd. 5311 No. 3 Rd., Richmond 270-1835 Renzo Mens Wear I 1 99 Lynn Valley Rd., N. Van. 253-8721 or 987-2 1 1 2 Rosh Holdings Corp. 260-6 1 80 Blundell Rd., Richmond 277-3421 234 Directory Advertisements Compute Micro Ltd. 2071 W. 41st. Aue. 263 0934 Royal Trust 2899 Granuille St. at I 3th. 668-5050 Russell, Mrs. C.J. 5389 Ook St. 266-5830 St. Augustine’s Parish Bingo 2 015 W. 8th. Aue. 736-4455 Santiago S. L aureano 1607 W. 14th. Aue. 734-3768 Arbutus Shell 2103 W. Broadway 738-7947 Shoppers Drug Mart 8384 Granuille St. 261-5810 Slade ' s Western Drug Mart 904 W. King Edward Aue. 734-1 156 Spanish Art Jewels 5663 W. Bouleuard 261-7311 Stereo Awareness 2053 W. 41st. Aue. 263-0878 Sweeney Cooperage Ltd. 49 Smythe St. 685-9264 Tad ' s Sporting Goods Ltd. 8570 Granuille St. 261-6540 T. R. Trades Reproduction Ltd. I 744 W. 4th. Aue. 736-4571 20 Originals Ltd. 4437 W. I Oth. 228-8818 235 Directory Advertisements Continental Sausage Co. Ltd. 3585 Main St. 874-6240 CT A Realty Ltd. 206-1675 W. 8th. 732-745 I Customcolor Laboratories Ltd. 1110 Robson St. 681-4164 Dunbar Pop Shoppe 3512 W. 41st. Ave. 266-8614 Dunbar S 5 K Shoes 4292 Dunbar St. 738-4232 Dundee Hobby Craft No. 120-4255 Arbutus 734-4232 The Elephant and Castle 701 W. Georgia, 1 206 Guildford Town Center, Surrey New York Life 2030- 1055 W. Georgia St. 685-7364 PlayTech Distributor s Inc. I 1 940 Mitchell Rd., Richmond 324-2734 Red Steer Meats 2070 W. 41st. Ave. 261-8755 Sully’s Auto Parts Ltd. 2141 E. Hastings St. 253-6361 Village Motors Ltd. 2880 Arbutus St. 736-3861 Parent Involvement Throughout the year parents have been helping and supporting the school in many ways. I . Mrs. Fortinsky (foreground) and other mothers prepare a Lucullian Feast for Family Day celebration. 2. Mrs. M ascarenhas helps the elementary students in remedial reading. 3. Mrs. Brown consults with art teacher Mrs. Danis to see if Paul might manage a pass. 236 ONDINE’S RESTAURANT LTD. Best Wishes to the 1980 Grads 1000 Taylor St. Vancouver, B.C. V6B 471 687-0111 Open for Lunch and Dinner COME ON OVER!! 237 STUDENT DIRECTORY A- Abraham. Alfonso 5078 Marguerite St. Abraham. Roberto 5078 Marguerite St. Ache Haydn 2 Court St.. Trinidad Adair. Geoffery 3-480 Greentree Lane Adair. Ron 3 4 80 Greentree Lane Adamovich. Peter 3927 W. 34th Allman. William John 6392 Columbia St Alvares. Alfred 3181 W 29th. Ave. Amoranto. Carlos 5949 Oak St. Andrew. Robert 304 2086 W 2nd Ave Andrens. John 1819 W. 37th Ang. Arthur 606 1 Olympic St . Antognetti. laor I I 80 Seaport Ave Antomazzi. Mike 2356 Bonaccord Dr. Antomazzi. Robert 2356 Bonaccord Aquino. Lysandre 61 E 47th. Ave Armstrong. Rob 970 Belvedered Atherton. Jerome . 3877 W 38th. Ayotte. Todd 17 16 W King Edward Ave 263-7941 263-7941 649-749? . 985-6854 985-6354 261-9742 321-1 186 733-3338 363-5363 736-3803 363 5633 366-3150 373-97 17 335-6733 . 335-6733 . 333-3181’ . 987 7331 366-3853 B- Bachmann. Paul I 344 Nanton Ave Bader. Craig . I 530 W 37th Bailey. Stewart Balatsas. Angelo. 4449 Haggort St Barone. John 297 5 Laure Barone. Peter 3034 W. I Oth Barr. Conall. . . 1936 McNicoll Ave Barrera. Margo 5137 Angus Dr Batsford. Brad . 7 I0W 68th Baumstark. Stefan. 8 1 72 Elliott St Beatty. Bryce 3392 W 27th Ave Beaulieu. Mark 7 49 W 62nd Ave Reaulne. Michael I 546 W 62nd. Ave Beckev. Samuel I 869 W. I 7th Belgandt. Gerald 273 E 21st. .Bell. Bryan ! :|I97W 16th Ave Bell. Lawrence . 1361 E 24lh. St Bendl. Andrew J 3692 Osier St Beniamin. Angelo . 301 801 I Ryan Rd Bennett. David. 3449 Wiltshire St Berges. Robert . 5043 2nd. Ave Bilesky. Doug . 9 l60Blun Well Rd. Bilesky. Randy . 9 1 60 Blundell Rd Bingham. Matthew I 562 W. 40th. Bingham. Patrick I 562 W. 40th. Bittel. Marcel 1722 W. 37th. Ave. Black. Colin 2065 W. 35th. Ave. Bohm. Wiltredc I I 359 Lyon Rd Bogusz. Bob 4216 Glenhaven Cres. Bogusz. Ronald 4216 Glenhaven Cres Borchert. John I 245 Nelson No I 2 Boreham Darly 854 W 19th St. Boulton. Anthony. 26541 29th. Abe. Aid. Boulton. Jonathan 26541 29th. Ave. Boyle. Leidhlim 5516 Laburnum Breakell. Richard . 731 4048 733 7438 263 4846 596 4343 733-5040 3863 W, 33th 3830 W 31st Ave Brear. Peter . . 853 7385 Clarke. Frank . 333-3397 34951 Orchard Dr. Abbotsford 4122 Crown Cres. Brennan. Pindrew 361 3517 Clarke. Jason 879 3009 1983 W. 57lh Ave. 3538 Walden St Brennan. Curtis 879-8060 Clark, John 333-3397 633 E 1 llh 4122 Crown Cresent Brennan. James 361-3517 •$?’ Clarke. Kevin 987 9093 1983 W 57th Ave | 5190 Redont Dr. Brown. Christopher . . . 363-0303 Clarke. Michael . 733-9788 5838 Churchill St 2305 Balaclava St. Brown. Mark 738-3753 . 333-3337 4526 Connaught Dr 4 1 22 Crown Cres Brown. Paul 738-3753 Clarke. Paul . 733-9788 4526 Connaught Dr 2305 Balaclava St Brownrigg. Rick . 373-3500 Cochrane. Robert 939-7330 9330 Francis Rd 1 4 1 Glacier Cres Bruce. Mike 933 338 Cockell. Kevin . 733-9560 535 55th Si 889 W 33nd. Ave. Brum. Paul ... 933-3183 Collins. Michael 933-8633 M33ShanaDr. 1 1716 Angyle Ave Bruno. Tahmo . A 353-3388 Colwill. Bruce . 731 0030 2893 Trinity 3033 W 1 3th Ave Bryson. Andrew . r . 591 9618 Contim. John 333-7756 1 1 769 63B Ave Della 4 1 46 W 1 5th Ave Buckingham. Colin . . . . . . 333 6363 Coou. Chris . 377 3863 3125 Tolmie St. 5820 Sandpiper Cres Buckland. Bruce . . . .£-913003 Cordwell. Matthew 933 5981 1 1 030 63lh. Ave Della 84 Woodland Dr Buckland Jellrey . . . . 936 6666 Correa. Douguas 593-3133 1 280 Ottawa Ave ] 11424 North View Cres Buerger. Steve 27 g. 1597 Correa. Michael 593 3133 87 11 Spires Rd, 11424 North View Cres Budai. Albert m| .. 363 3653 Corrigan. Joe 535 3590 5535 Willow Si No 1 0 La Paz Dorn Rep Busby. Oliver 936-5888 Cortez. Jr Hernando 266 9274 608 Hawslead Place 1 1 1 6 W 46lh Butschler. Andrew 377 7583 Coughlan, Liam 373-7659 7 720 Sunnyholme Cres 2099 Glemvood Kamloops Butschler. Chris . 377 7AS3 Cowan. Paul 929 5849 7 7 20 Sunnyholme Cres 1 856 Mathers Ct Rulschler Kirk 366-5533 Craig. Patrick 733 3568 3350 W 3 7 ih 4326 Angus Dr Butschler Mark ■166-5533 Craig. Wlllaim 733 3568 3350 W 3 7 ih 4326 Angus Dr Butschler. Steve 266 5544 Culat.Didier 988 7333 3350 W 37th 1 330 Mountian Highway Czaykowski. Piotr 363 5373 c- 3669 W 34th Ave 736-3038 Cadinha. Howard 8 Semana C res 361 3739 . . .733 7358 Cadinha. Mark 8 Semana Cres 361 1803 . 733 9576 Calkins. Bruce 2082 W. 43rd 366 0316 361 8985 Campos Robert 1758 Western Parkway 333 3654 337 6797 Canvm, Bill 2751 Duke St. 333 3689 . . . 337-9083 Canviii; David 2751 Duke St 333 3689 . . . . 733-6801 Capretti. Daniele 4226 Cartier St 733-3190 . . . 335 0905 Carhoun. Karel 3360 W 53rd Ave | 361-3735 . 361-5759 Camey.Colin 1537 Braid Rd Delta 933 1559 733 9733 Carvalho. Boberio 8511 Cullen Cres 377 6038 876-6303 Catchpole. Paul 3280 Beverley Cres 988 1058 731-7639 Caverzan. Andre 1 I24E 1 4lh Ave 879 3831 986 1080 Caverzan. Robert Pj 1 I24E 14th. Ave 879 3831 . . . . 733-0531 Cependa. Mike . . . . . 1 294 Conivaught Dr. 733 8 7 7 1 . . . . 371-6055 Chan Francis L.;. . ... . 942 Broadview Dr 939 3391 363 7551 Chancey . Blair 933 7063 558 English Blull Tsa . . . 933 3787 Chanpong. Brain 363 1551 3 1 75 W 33nd . . .378-1830 Charles. Keenan 6808 Wiltshire St 26 1 -6650 . . 378-1830 Charpentier. Jell. 6026 Holland St 361 3389 ... 361 7071 Chaw.Lester 6666 Berkeley 337 3936 . . . . 361-7071 Cheah. Siu 1042 Eyremount Dr 936-1781 361-3887 Chen. Colin 3849 Cypress St. . 738-9761 . . . . 266-9462 Chen. Anson . 37 1-1686 591-1303 Chen. Kevin 3849 Cypress St. . 738-9761 939-3700 Cheung. Andy . . 8 120 Lord St. .331-9913 . . . . 939-3700 Chung. Stanley 318 550 E 6lh 873-3997 . . 685-7583 Christie. Dave 1 282 Connaught . 733-6069 987-7383 Chu. Joseph 5630Columbia St. . 337-3533 .856-7136 Ciccone. Stephen 353-0313 grove 2568 E 1st. Ave 856-7 136 Cirencione. Ralph 3560 Bowen Dr . .73-8307 366-0608 Clark. Ian ' . . . . . 3333 Vucult Acres . 366-3738 . . 333-3989 Clarke. Clayton . 366-3970 D- 327-7581 Dagenats. Raymond 1 66 E 36ih Dalla-Cana. Paul 37 83 W Sid Ave Daniekren, Anion 367 8 McGill Si DitnicU.n Step 4679 Mcoill i Danielwn. Vincent jefSMcGill SI David. Erwin D . | 1 1 761 Tia Ave Della Davis. Paul . T 33 3 1 30 3838 Waterloo St 263 8469 791 1900 391 1900 391 1900 583-7396 435 9j 59gji Deguora. John 6265 Brooks St Delgado. Jo c 9348 1 32 St DeMello. Carlo 27 1 - 502 7 I I I 7 I Cutter Place Demerz. Paul 261 $078 7511 Angus Dr Demonye. Enc . 266 3033 5030 Ash Si l -nm on Ross 228 0375 4617 W 1 6th Desa. Ne.1 984 0136 1425 Chamberlain Dr Dino. Edward 324 2042 6155 Sherbrooke St. Dino. Jose 324 2042 6155 Sherbrooke St Dixon. Ian . . 53 1 3 J94 I 5820 Roger Ave White Rock Docbeli. Erwin . . . 266-8040 2857 W 35th Doebeli. Philippe 266-8040 2857 U 35th. | | Dolan Ami 988-997 7 4431 Patterdale Donald. Tone 263-7764 2188 W . 32nd. Ave Done. Bradley . 261-1774 5855 Dunbar St Done. Brent 261-1 774 5855 Dunbar St. Dong. Joey 87 4-3368 406 W 27th Doolan. Dean .277-4598 6260 Adams PI Doolan. Jason . . 277-4598 6260 Adams PI. Doolan. Sean 277-4598 6260 Anames PI Dotto. Ric 5 5-5 12 6717 Wales St. Doughty. Sean. 278-1652 7 37 I No. 4 Rd. Doyle. Joseph 263-7031 4555 Magnolia St. Dudas. George 263-7580 2568 W. 45th. Dufrane. Marc . ... 733-2247 2779 W. 23rd. Duggan. Craig 987-7 351 447 Ventura Cres Duggan. Michael . 987,-7351 447 Ventura Cres Dumaresa. Jason 266-157 5 3048 W 49th Dumanesa. Joel 266-1575 3048 W. 49th. Dumas. Martin 732-0010 1437 Connaught Dr DuMont. Marc. 926-3623 884 20th. St Duncan. Emmet 734 4440 I 122 W 27th. Ave Duncan. Gareth 7 34-4440 I 122 W 27th Ave Dunne. Terry 263-7981 3020 W 53rd. Ave Dyer. Johp 263-4969. 58 10 Higbury St Dziekaw. Chris 27 1-4839 8760 Dorual Richmond Dz.ekan. Michael 271-4839 8760 Dorual Richmond Vince 271-4 9 8760 Donual Richmond E- Echlin. Mark 263-5347 67 37 Cartier St Ell. Daren 943-2026 4969Chehjl.sDr Del Ell. Kevin 943 }026 4969 Chchalis Dr J Delta Ellery. Davki . 27 3 4280 I 1 800 Dews Bur Dr Ellery. Mark. 273 4280 I 1 800 Dewsbury Dr Ellery . Nicholas 273 4280 I I 800 Dewsbury Dr Emslander. Martin 325 5839 2409 Bonny vale Emslander. lony 325-5839 2409 Bonny vale Eppich. Cord 936 4904 775 Grover Ave. Eppich. Richard 926-7970 I 8 I 2 Palmerston Avoir Erceg. Peter 946 27 17 5084 57a St Estrella. JJ 27 I ’364 2 9270KingslevPouri Evangelatos. Gu 7 33 3552 3240 W 5th Ave Ewanchuk. Brian . 224 7811 41 16 W 8th Ewanchuk. Michael 224 7811 41 16 W 8fh Ewanchuk. Patrick . 224 781 I 4 I 1 6 W 8lh Ewan Dan 926 6956 680 19th Si. F- f ahrmann. Peter 32 I 8495 5371 Dumfries St Fairley. Andrew 266 5537 5058 Dunbar St Fairley. Sean . 266 5537 5058 Dunbar St Falcon. David 922 3652 38 10 West ridge Ave Falcon. Kevin 922 3652 3810 West ridge Ave Falcos John 946 69 1 7 -1663-47-A St Delta F also. Ronaldo 872-0726 2467 E. 28lh Farenholtz. Aubry 261-3243 6288 Wiltshire St Farenholtz. Maury . . 2613243 6288 Wiltshire St Farenholtz. Jim 261-3243 6288 Wiltshire St Farenholtz. Trevor 261 3243 6288 Wiltshire St Fathers. Mark 274 5360 9251 PinewelhCres Fedyk. Alan 224 -0602 3822 W. 28th Ave. Fedyk. Carlos 224-0602 3822 W 29th Ave. Fedyk. Mike 224-0602 3822 W 29th Ave Feeney. Mark 263-8996 1618 W 60th Ave Felicella. Franco 261-CO 7 6042 Holland St Felicella. Mario 261 0057 6042 Holland St Ferguson, Colin 263-5424 1 020 W 7 1st Ave Fexer. Sascha 939-67 7 3 3 I 3 Cradiffway P.M Fidgett.Mark . 263-4777 704 I Oak St. Fisher. Geoff 224-0577 3885 W. Broadway Flanagan. Derek 27 1-97 11 8480 Demorest Dr. Flanagan, Mark . . 8480 Demorest Dr Fletcher. David. 3908 W fist. Ave Fletcher. Keven G. 5876 Highbury St Fletcher. Paun 3903 W 31st. Ave. Floresco. Bogdan . 6059 Flm St Fodchuk. Gregory . . . 1407 W 54th Fong. Chris v 1325 Chartwell Cr Fong. Warren 4 312 Cambie St Fong. Wendell 4312 Cambie St Foo. Randall I I 26 Crestline Rd Foo. Stanley i , I 1 26 Crestline Rd Foran. Mike 2065 W 16th. Fortmski. Kevin 1337 The Cres Fortinski. Todd 1537 The Cres Fotheringham. Kip 5584 Laburnaum Fraser. Jell 908 -1845 Comox Furch. John I 556 E. 62nd Ave Furmedge. Peter 3392 FVIbrook Ave G- Gach Jason. 1031 I Aintree Cm Gaines. Tun 7491 Reeder Rd Gaile Daud I 107 W 33rd. Ave Gajdics. Peli-r 3153 W EOlh.l Gallagher, Lull- ... No 33 II 60 Nii-la Ganged. Andrew 13468 64 Ave Garry. Ben 297 I W 28th Ave T 4 Gallo. Paul 6435 Tyne St Gazdag. R ert -gj ff 220 W 29th St. Geary. Mike 430 Somerset St. Geier, Frank 4291 Dallyn Rd. Genac Jim 2040 Boeing Ave Georgas. Dino I 55 W Broadway Georgas. Jimmy 1 5 I W Broadway Gercm. Roh 1625 W 37th. Gene. Tony 3 1 2 E 49th Ave. Gerlach. Mark 7171 Francis Rd Glatak. John 7540 Sunnymede Cres. Giefing. Sean 3345 Mahon Ave 271-97 11 224-2290 261-7458 224-2290 266-6819 261-4903 922-5558 . 876-1203 $ie 20l . 922-5185 922 5185 738-9830 7 33-4050 733 4050 266-9241 esofff? 337 0190 986.947(3 373 7933 373 6636 7 31-3508 . 333-7005 681 3679 591-3383 733 3901 335-0988 - 980 1603 988-3306 . 378-5393 370-3036 873 5536 873 5536 361 3908 337 7037 377.-7700 . 373-5530 988 39H -v. ' Giefing. Brian 333 1053 34 Blair AthonCre? . 731 7933 4050 Granville St Gilson. Andrew . 363 6369 6349 MeCleery St. Gipps. Paul 330-1961 4137 Moscrop Burnaby oirarb. David 936 7883 5113 57 A St Glamuzina. Tomi . 335-5687 3650 E 30th Godmaire. Dave ...... 377-5393 8330 Ryan Rd. Gomes. Paula 373-1933 3680 Springfield Dr Gonzalez. Michael 366-3331 7675 Selkirk Gordon. John Patrick 763-5390 309 1 Walnut Rd Gotuaco. Fursey frr 333 3133 530 W. 39th Graham. David , 363-8133 6850E.BIvd Graham. Jamie . 363 8133 6850 E Blvd. 335-3373 5675 DumFriesst Grant. Jason 399 7 360 3633 Albert Sl. Grant. Joshua 399 7630 3633 Albert St. Grant. Noah 399 7630 4634 Albert St. Gray. Chris . 733 9338 2949 W 28th Gray. David 733-9328 2949 W 28rh. Gray. Stuart 261-6617 No. 2 -5839 Vine St Gray-Grant. Geoff . 224-0533 4255 W. ffth Green. David .731 -8834 2181 W. 22nd Green. Mike. . 3 I -8834 2181 W. 22nd Green, Steve . 224-1754 3993 W. King Edward . Gregory. Jonathan . . . 738-9653 l k 570 Balfour Ave. Gregory. Mattliew 738-9653 1570 Balfour Ave. 6rover Roger 27 7 o | 8500 Fairhurst Rd • Groves. Peter 464-0575 2990 Starlight Way Gubbels. Paul 598-5636 649 Falkland Rd. Victoria Guile. Greg 266-8533 1455 W. 47th. Guthrie. Mike .261-0194 7249 Angus Dr Guzman. Michael 263 6049 835 W 49th. Ave Guzman. Patrick . 263 6049 835 W. 49th Ave H Hagemoen. Daniel . .. 987-1883 2940 Jones Ave. Haims. Lionel 261-6145 1527 W. 60th. Hall. Peter 922-1917 4440 Marine Dr. Hamlin. David 278 2837 8580 Spires Rd. Hamlin. William . . , , . 278-2837 8580 Spires Rd Hammill. Terry 266 7916 No. II 1371 W. 7 1st. Hancock, Michael 26 1-6108 6090 Granville St. Hardenne. Anthony 1 440 Matthews Hardenne. Claude 1 4 40 Matthews Harrison. Mike 946-2625 5223 Westminister Ave. Hartley, Michael . . 274-9593 No 21 9080 Parksvtlle Dr Hartman. Mark 277-5101 4411 Lancelot Dr Haslam. Timothy .......... 731-9066 3775 Collmgwood St. Hattrick. Arthur 266-9357 5889 Selkirk St Haydu, Peter . ; . . . 438-1200 7 208 Lancaster PI. Haydu. Steven 438-I20C 7 208 Lancaster PI. Hayne. Sandy 480-464 I I 165 Wendel PI Helgason. Winston 263-9255 6088 Adera Hemming. Alan . . .- 738-6934 1 608 Nanton Ave. Hemming. Rod 738-6934 I 608 Nanton Ave. Hensel. Robert 736 0630 ' 101 - 1462 W I Ith. Ave. Heras. Antonio 263-8720 54 1 6 Osier St. Herbert. Mark . 274-7066 10331 Thirlmere Dr. Herdson. Callum 261 9678 84 1 2 Angus Dr Heuskin, Pierre Alphonse 024348-3970 Au. Franklin Rooseuelt. Belgium Heuver. Erie 934-362 1 Box 8 1 9 Strathmore Alta Heuver, Marcel . 934-3621 Box 8 1 9 Strathmore Alta. Hickey. Emmet 988-7442 2304 Mackay Ave. Hickey. Noel 988-7442 2304 McKay Ave. Hicks, Trevor 926 6768 3840Bayridge Ave Hill. Harvey 263 4603 5450 Trafalgar Hill John 274-2036 5791 Bittern Court Hirschsprung. Michael . 879-6623 685 W 21st. Ave Hlynka. Barry 943-717 1 4966 Stevens Lane Hlynka. Robert 943-7 171 4966 Stevens Lane Ho. Brian C 325-9573 I 7 60 Island Ave Ho. Pius 263-8546 3545 W 50th. Ave. Ho. Stephen 263-8546 3545 W 50th Ave FJolat. Peter 879-1256 815 W. 25th Holmes. Pat 929-1552 534 Beachview Dr Holt. Dale 531-1819 1516 Bishop Rd Holt. Doug . 531 1812 1516 Bishop Rd Hoo. Neil ..270-1896 4011 Danfort h Dr Hopkins. Andrew ... . . . . 987-77 10 7 59 Grand Blvd Hopwood. Brandon. 592-1523 2 500 Foul Bay Rd. Victoria Hornyak, John . . 879-6602 351 W 19th Ave Horry, Philippe 263-5976 4202 Musqueam Dr Horvath. Gary 434-1145 2965 Rosemont Dr Horvath. Jimmy 437 3183 7316 Rupert St Howard. Scott 274-3562 10751 Springmont Dr. Howes. Mark 224-5388 4002 W 31st Howey. Jeff . 732-6257 1181 Nanton Ave. Hsuan. John 274-8185 10431 Phirlmere Hudd. Michael 277-5668 1 04 60 Seacote Rd Hui. Clarence ... 325 4884 549 W 64th Ave. - Ichihashi. Noriyuki . . , . ... 29 1 -0900 325 S. Macdonald Ave. Irvine. Paul 277-9451 8500 Fairbrook Cres. Ivancic. Joseph .... 273-3428 6080 Garden City Rd Ivancic. Peter . 273-3428 6080 Garden City Rd. J- Jalbuena. John .... 2718723 5 1 84 Hollywood Dr. Jansen. David .... 321-0284 2354 Harrison Dr Jeffrey, Craig .... 922-4915 4 50 Southborough Dr Jeffrey, Peter ... 922-4915 ' 450 Southborough Dr Jeffery. Sean 922-4515 4 50 Southborough Dr Jervis. John 980-4904 2052 Grand Blvd Joannides. Edward . . . 1 . . . . 874 2652 405 W. 23rd. Ave. Joannides. Nicolas . . ... 874-2652 405 W 23rd. Ave. Johannson. Carl | .. .435-0386 361 6 Vimy Cres Johnson. Max . . .937-0044 34 1 McMaster Court Pone Johnson. Sean . .937-0044 341 McMaster Court Johnston. Blair Wj! . . ... 943-4544 1094 Skana Dr Johnstone. Rob 1 ... 261 4349 II 35 W 38th Ave Joy. Christopher . . . . ; 263-4553 32 1 3 W. 36th. Ave. Julian. Rafael , 2-17-91 Mexi co K- Karpes. Matt ..... 1574-5058 4720 I 52nd. St. J Kavanagh, Ken. . 531-2149 I 498 Maple St. Kaweski. Mike 224-3785 2888 Crown , Keilback. Frank 1 660 McGowah Ave. Keir. Eddy ; 7 36-0609 1 089 Richeueu Keizer. Steve 943-7123 I 362 Farrell Ave. Keller. Craig 943-0405 1175 Skana Dr Kelly John 985-2357 814 W. 15th. Kennedy J. Michael 733-4842 2366 W. 19th. Kennedy. Kevin 274-2408 6891 Mayflower Dr. Kennedy, Michael. T.S . 738-8079 4 2 3 Angus Dr Kerr, Malcolm G, . . . 277-2193 7820 Willow! ield Dr. Kettlewell. l amian 263-8162 1093 W. 38th Keyes. Peter, 263 7589 5358 Angus Dr. Khoury. David 987-3002 2029 Phillip and 2 1st. Ave Kiliaan, David 731-6478 2376 W. 15th. Kilpatrick. John 228 9566 3829 W. 31st Kim. Patrick 299-3708 4 3 40 Marion Ave. King. Brad 943-7889 4894 1st Ave. Kirk. Paul 922-5988 855 Mavgaree Keselycia. Michael 294-0735 5 2 2 8 Manor St Kitos. Richie 228-8086 4408 W. 14th. Klein. Chad J 228-8227 3794 W. 20th. Ave. Knape. Theron 874-9539 3054 Clark Dr. Knight, Andrew . . 274-8208 6151 Canim PI Knight. Mike 274-8208 6151 Camm PI Knight. Pat 274-8208 6151 Canim PI Knox. Stephen 437-8036 4576 Roy Oak Ko. Wilkie.. 274-2246 10680 Monfield Rd Koban. Sean 261 2342 1519 W. 35th. Koch. Jamey 266-8179 1467 W. 57th. Ave. Koch. Tim ,266-8179 1467 W. 57th. Ave. Koh. Chris ..438-9528 7772 Spa rb rook Cresc Koo. Kaon . .263-5051 8133 Adera St. Koo. Andy . 263-5051 8133 Adera Ste. Kopp. Werner . . . . . 434- 7 300 6042 Pearl Ave Kover. George . 277-5838 No. 23 8452 Ryan Rd Kreeft. Paul 274-8129 1 1 1 60 Seaport Ave. Kreykenbohm. Michael 325-3669 1 5 10 E 39th Ave Kritharis. Bobby . . 731-3290 2574 Cornwall St. Kuhik, Phillip 634-5564 Box 1 3 1 Kemano Kucera. Frank 263-9(33 5362 Oak St. Kucera. Kris 263-9133 5362 Oak St. Kwok. Michael 261 3863 4991 CambieSt. L- Labao. Alexander . 876-1934 460 W 16th. 922-3528 1331 W. 41st. Lane. John . . 224-2246 3641 W 27th. Lang. James . .. 732 9813 1 926 WJ 7th. Ave. Lakowski. Conrad. . . . . 224-3013 3791 W 24th Lakowski. Matthew 224-3018 3793 W. 24th Langley, Scott 277-2373 6280 Dover Rd. Lau. Robert 3-382681 5 ■ 7 College Rd. B3 2nd. FI H.k. Lau Stephen. . 325-5201 69E. 52nd. Ave Laureano, M. Jaime 434-3768 1604 W 14th. Ave. Lawlor. Declan . 926-8894 775 King Georges Way Lawrence. David 788-5881 4276 Selkirk St. LeBlanc. Gregory . 277-2671 10631 5th Rd Leduc. Martfn 926-8469 1 06 Deep Dene Lee. Albert 438-0315 3975 Lister Court Lee. Edward . 874-5583 894 W 19th. Ave. Lee. Joseph 3 37491 1 240 Prince Edward Rd 9 FI. BL G H.K. Lee. Michael . 876-3970 445 W. 29 Lefehvre. Peter 929-2930 2633 Derbyshire Way Lehmann. John 266-2654 3695 W 34th Ave. Leja. Mike Spain Leong. Richard. . . 266 2095 4254 Staulo Cr. Leroi. Armand 926 4958 435 Stevens Dr Liaskas.Jom 224-9244 3767 W. Broadway Lim. Stephen 8791144 4787 Cambie St Lincke. Sven . . . 271-7551 527 965 1 Glendowe Dr Lindsay. Tony . . - 274-5879 182 10991 Monfield Rd Ling. Alfreo . .. .263-6227 1 249 W. 47th. Lisicar. Tom 926-4903 590 Knockmavoon Rd Lissack. Stephen 263-6647 3492 W 33rd Liu. Christopher 433-4471 4755 Moss St Livingstone. Robbie. . 274 9217 7 702 Lucas Rd. Lobozar. Alex 872-1547 4491 CambieSt Lobozar. Rodney 872-1547 4491 CambieSt Long. A.J 943-3470 4998 Stevens Dr. Long, Matt 943-3470 4998 Stevens Dr. Lopianowski. Christopher. . 732-5257 I I 80 Connaught Dr. Lorenz. Tyler 277-6054 3260 Pleasant St. Love. Sean 738-2405 4612 Angus Dr Lucas. Kerry 263 -0270 5905 Yew St. Lucas. Paul 263-0270 5905 Yew St. Lucas. Troy 263-0270 5905 Yew St Luckett, Geoffrey 591-9735 II 1 7 8 Prospect Dr. Lundy. Robert ...... 224-5618 2988 Highbury Lynch. Brian 263-5861 1619 W 65th Lynch. Colin 985-4238 225 W. 23rd. St Lynch. Martin 980-2930 851 Lilldoet Rd. Lyons. Stephen V 5 96-2392 12232 7 5th. Ave Me- McAleer. Michael 266-5682 3576 W. 36th. McAleer. Tony . ... 266-5682 3576 W. 36th McBride. Douglas 733-5223 2137 W 20th. Ave. McCabe. Brendan .261-1670 3579 W. 42nd Ave McCallum.Justin . 277-5236 6060SkahaCr. McCallum. Sean 277-5236 6060 Skaha Cr McCann. Terence ... . 27 7-424 0 6260 Marac res McC hey ne. Bruce . 274-6793 3611 Francis Rd McDonagh. Mark 274-7870 9411 Glenbrook Dr MacDonald. Alex . .321-6439 5767 Sophia St MacFarlane. Andrew 228-9362 4605 W. 12th MacFarlane . Andrew 926-4091 3 I 55 Dickinson Cres MacFarlane. Angus 926 4091 3155 Dickinson Cres. McFarlane. Graeme. 926-5605 3960 Westndge Ave, MacFarlane, lain. . . . 926-4091 3155 Dickinson Cres McGoran. Christopher 263-9470 21 1 1 W. 34th. Ave. McGoran. David 263 9470 2111 W. 34th Ave. McHugh. Kevin 420-6869 1591 Giles PI McKenna. Kevin 943 3082 944 Underhill Drive MacKenzie, Simon 257-4162 2185 Hermon Dr McKeown. Dannv 224 7 168 407 7 W. 29th. Ave. McKevitt. Damian. 985-9654 976 Melbourne McKinnon. Derrick 733-2955 3493 W. 22nd MacKinnon. Rob 7381245 4309 Osier St. McLaren. Ward .929-3547 429 Felton Ave. McLaughlin. Farrell 7 3 8-7 397 4721 Osier St. McLean. Doug, ... 731-3434 2225 W 15th. MacLeod .Matt , . . ' . 926-4167 460 South Borough MacLeon. David. .... 2711 400 10431 Skagit Dr. MacMullin. Marc 943 1013 5797 -16 Ave. MacMullin. Paul ... 943-1013 5797 - 1 6 Ave McNamara. Dave 943-3371 273 - 52 Asl. McNamara. Stephen 263 7733 1608 W. 40th. McNeill. Chris . . 943-1756 1053 Kuma Cres Mac Neil. Glen 683 5242 No 904 1952 Comox St. McNeill. Paul 943-1756 1053 Kuma Cres M- MaRod 224 3357 4543 W 13th Ave. Macken. Tony 224-7874 3863 W I Ith. Ave. Maher. Kevin 946-8946 6827 Crescent Dr. Lander Main, Eron 224 91 30 3825 Ortona Cres. Maiq. Peter 437-6094 7738 Spargbook Cres. Major. Neill 1263 W 40th 2660019 Malfbert. Bruno 568 W. 17th 8731579 Malone, Jason 1 0900 Sidaway Rd. . . . 274-2226 Malone. Ryan 10900 Sidaway Rd 274 2226 Mang. Randy 1 1 143 Rond Blvd . . . 596-2274 Marcin, Andrew . . 3951 Venables St. . 298 7758 Maretic. Zronko 1283 MacDonald Ave .291-1561 Martin. Beniamin 4276 Wallace St. 228 0091 Martin. Chris 5512 Manson St 261-8913 Marti n. David 4276 Wallace St. 228 0091 Martin, Neil 55 1 2 Manson St. . 261 8913 Mascarenhas. Carl 10691 MonasheeDr 274 7438 Matjasec. Mark 1 1 640 Montego St . . . 278-1305 Matte. Marcel 5432 Trent Dr. . 964-7056 Mawhinney. Ryan 1 50 Carisbrooke Cres. .987-1248 Maxwell, David 1 86 W. 47th. . . . 321-2009 Medic. Anthony . . . 3275 E. 19th. Ave. 434-5109 Meloni. Dean 956 Cloverley St. . 987-7819 Meszaros. Karl 583 W. King Edward . 874-7476 Metal. Colin 2786 W. 29th. . . . 263-6500 Metcalfe. Robert 1 0699 Dennis Cres. . . . 277-5768 Mikhail, Patrick 2036 Deep Cove Cres. . . 929-2631 Mileos, Perry 7484 Granville St. . . . 261-6661 Miles. Tory 6260 Gokl Smith Dr. . . 271-9704 Mitchell. David 1506 W. 5th. Ave . 731 1283 Moflat. Dennis 6091 Woodwards Rd . 277 3556 Mogatas. Mark ...... 2943 W. 41st. 263-0142 Moisson. Michael 8360 Spires Rd. . . 278-1095 Montague. John 9220 Bakerview Dr . . . 274-0181 Montessori. Mario 4846 Rowan Ave. . . . 294-2463 Montessori. Paolo 4846 Rowan Ave . . 294 2463 Montgomery. Glen Box 1 7 3 Kemano . 634-5534 Mordecai. Gary 34 1 1 Fairbrook Cres. . . 274-867 1 Moroney. Colin 1444 W 49th . . 266-6980 Moroz. Andy 437 1 Windjammer . 274-5827 Moroz. Danny 4 371 Windjammer . 274-582 7 Morrison, Kevin 1 1 5 E Woodstock Ave. 327-7110 Morris. Stuart 3591 Springfield Dr. 277-1676 Morphet. Peter 290 E. 37th. - . 325-5183 Moser. Martin 81 16 E. Blvd. . . 261 5048 Moser. Tony 81 16 E. Blvd . . 261-5048 Moulden. Gordon . 3 1 40 Mathers Ave . 922-0674 Mrazek. Kevin 1058 W 17th St . . 984-9257 Muir. Paul 3739 W 14th Ave 228-9162 Muir. Stewart 37 39 VL 14th Ave. 228 9162 Mulder. Doug 10420 Blundel Rd . - 278-0083 Mulder. Ken. 10420 Blundell Rd . . 278-0083 Mulhern. John 1 685 W. King Edward 733-0360 Mulhern, Kevin 1685 W. King Edward 733-0360 Mulhern. Ryan 1 249 W 40th Ave. . 262-0054 Mullen, Sean 1221 W. 40th. Ave. 261-4783 Murphy. Conor 3675 W. 27th. . 224-4945 Murphy. David 4470 Keith Rd. 922-9828 Murphy. Niall 367 5 W. 27th. Ave. 224 4945 Murphy. Sean 3675 W 27th Ave N - 224 4945 Naas, Tim 1308 W. 48th 266 549 Nagra. Paul 594 Chester St . . 3 27-3579 Nagra. Peter 5794 Chester St. . . . 377-3579 Nash, Peter 1 728 Stephens . 736 1394 Nash. Warre 1 928 Stephens . . . 736-1394 Nathanson. Andrew .... 487 5 Osier St. . . . 738-6345 Nathanson. David 4875 Osier St. . . . 738-6345 Nathanson. Matt 4875 Osier St. . . . 738-6345 Newton. Stuart 5350 Heather . 761-1077 Ng Edmund 5400 Cartier St. . . . 761-9847 Ng. Jerry 2020 Fullerton Ave. . . 927 1771 Ng. John 7520 Winchelsea Cres 274-9888 Nichols. John I8I0W. 35th. Ave . 266 6952 Nicholls. Christopher 3511 Steveston Hwy . 274-3252 Nicholls. Sydney 659 1 Cooney Rd . . . 278 6950 Nolan. Michael. 2153 W 46th. Ave 261-0837 Nolan. Stephen 2153 W 46th. Ave . . 261-0837 Norman. Garry E 3271 Fromme Rd 988-5655 o Oballa. Marco 69 1 2 E Broadway . . 420-6699 O ' Brien. Timothy 1474 Mathers Ave . . . 926-3864 O ' Bryan. Mike 4970 Mavguerite . . 263-3749 Oddy. Douglas. 5070 Blenheim St 263-6860 Olma. Joe 1 1 60 Skana Dr . 943-5352 Olma. Mike . . 1 1 60 Skana Dr . . 943-5352 Olma. Raymond 1 160 Skana Dr. 943-5352 OLoughlin Luke 4898 Fannin Ave . . . 228 8840 O’Loughlm. Patrick 4898 Fannin Ave . . . 228-8840 Olson. John 4036 W 1 2th. Ave. . . . 224 6946 O ' Neill. John 236 Onslow PI . . . 922-6553 O ' Regan. John 409 1 Spring Tree Dr . . , 738-4751 Ormaechea. Jon 6459 Dumfries St 325-4833 Osborne. Colin 4128 W 12th Ave. . . 224-6605 Owen. Steven 1 1902 86th. Ave o . 594-2117 r - Pacheco. David 4027 W 37th. Ave. . 263-8106 Paddack. Mark 2006 Quilchena Cres . 266-4772 Paddack. Todd 2006 Quilchena Cres . . . 266-4772 Page. Derek 1 1901 89A Ave . 594-9875 Page. Todd 1 1901 - 89 A Ave, . . 594-9875 Paisley. Ernie 2303 Tolmie Ave. . . 939-6342 Palmer. Jeff . 1 695 S.W. Marine Dr 263-5443 Papamichael. Peter 2255 W. 5th. Ave. . . . 733-3479 Paris. Dan 1 950 W 33rd. . . . 261 3840 Paris. Mike 476 W. 27th. . 879-5427 Parmar. Robbie 952 E 63rd. Ave . . 327-7269 Paskalides. Leonidas 3115 6th Ave . . . 738-2352 Pasqualotto. Roman 6 1 83 Arlington St. 434-1402 Paterson. Ben 1031 W. 64th 263 8197 Patrick. Niall 11320 Se3ham Cres. 277-9210 Paul. Linton 1 7 89 Davie St. 669-8080 Pears. Kirby 8131 River Rd .278-8737 Pearson. Brian 3826 W. 30th. . . . 228-0802 Pelletreau. Marc 1 080 W. 1 6th. . . . 738-5504 Pelletreau. Paul 1080 W. 16th. . . . 7 3S-5504 Pember. Tim 3540 Blundell , 277-3943 Pengson. Anthony 12321 95 A Ave . . . 584 1614 Penland. Rob 1125 Kuma Cres. . . 943-4179 Pereira. Robert 2307 W 45th A ve . .263 4286 Petricca Giorgio 879 4864 403 W. 17th. Ave Petro.Uli 228-0889 5568 Kings Rd. Phillips. Shawn. 879-7827 460 W. I 6th. Cambie Piccone. Stefano 7 33-5203 1299 W. 7th. Pickard. Ross 987-5807 I 38 W. 29th. St Pickard. Scott L 987-5807 138 W. 29th. St. Pol. Brian 37 8-24 I I Box 53 I . Merrit. B C. Porter. Andrew 7 38-9067 4870 Hudson Porter. Richard 584-997 I 9028 146th. St. Poulos. Spiro 7 33-2765 3205 W. 6th. Ave. Pulchny. Joseph 7 38-3653 I I 56 Connaught Dr Pulchny. Thomas 738-3653 I I 56 Connaught Dr. Q- Quigley. Hugh 531-6242 13135 24th. Ave Quigley. George 531-6242 13135 24th. Ave. Quigley. Robert 531-6242 13135 24th. Ave. Qwirk. Ronalo 434-2771 4267 Sardis St. R- Rada. Marcel 985 4843 3801 St. Georges Radzikowski. Mark 526-0501 2399 Cape Horn Ave. Rally. David. 261 1277 4987 Connaught Dr Ramirez. Jose 2 00-60 Mexico Ramirez. Luis . 2 00 60 Mexico Randall. Nick . 929 1984 1905 Cardinal Cres Rankin. Armond 224-0870 4394 W 14th Ave Rankin. Brian 224-0876 4 394 W 14th. Ave Rankin John Paul 224 0876 4394 W 14th Ave Rankin. Kevin 224 -08 7 6 4393 W 14th Ave Raphael. Philip 27 1 231 I 5 1 60 Cranbrook Ave Rascan. Willaim 325-0321 596 E 59th Rattee. Ashley 266-7554 1537 W 59th Rattee. Mark . 266-7554 1537 W 59th Poverty. Berme 266-7393 1004 W. 33rd. Ave Rawlinson. Walter 922 6420 2670 Rosebery Ave Rebstem. Charles 987 6159 2881 Wembly PI Rebstem. Patrick 987 6159 2881 Wembly PI Redlern. Adam 261 6585 3349 W. 38th Redlern. Mark 261 6585 3349 W 38th. Regush. Randy 228 87 7 6 3762 W 24th Ave Reilly. Kevin 261 5328 5926 Angus Dr Reeve. Charles 731 01 17 I 206 Nanton Ave. Renix. Brian 228 9670 4 1 92 Doncaster Way Reyes. Eusebins W 327 3294 2041 E. 36th. Ave. Reyes. Gelasio 327 3294 204 1 E. 36th. Ave. Richards. Paul 263-5864 2918 W. 32nd Ave Richards. Scott 263-398 1 2845 W 31st Richardson. Ricky . 946-7067 52 10 Maple Cres. Ridley. Kevin 273-3461 9540 Beckwith Rd. Ridley. Norman . 298-2669 9531 Alberta Rd Rivera. John 325-9520 372 E. 49th. Roberts. Steve ....... 228 8404 3884 W. 26th. Ave. Robertson. Paul 228 1953 3888 Point Grey Rd. Robinson. Andrew 985-3490 4533 Valley Rd Robinson. Kevin 594 3250 8429 I lOASt. Robinson. Stuart. 594-3250 8429 I lOASt. Roca. Mark 876-0691 1 466 E. I 7th Rodriguez. Carlos J 2 14-68 Mexico Rodjanapiches. Natasak 299-0479 6665 Haszard St Rogers. Doug 224-7 101 3894 W. 14th. Rogers. Ron 224-7101 3894 W 14th, Roller. Mark 274-6060 8060 Rideau PI. Roscoe. Keith 922-8769 I 296 Kings Ave. Rowlands. Hugh 988-4568 4 I I Monteray Ave Rowley. Stephen 261-1991 5990 Athlone Roza. Mark 876-0691 1 466 E 17th Rudkowski. Stephen 298-1698 805 Everett Cres Ruiz. Ronnie 433 4676 3178 Grandview Ruskey. Steven 327-9154 635 E. 57th. Russell. Anthony 266-5830 5389 Oak St Russell. Dean 266-5830 5389 Oak St S- Saami. Eric 324-61 6 7 2335 Rosedale Salerian. Luc 5264 I 8 Switzerland Samson. Troy I I 166 80th. Ave. Sammarco. Avessandro 734-9594 1235 W 7th Sanvido. Alan 25 5 8 ' 06 2686 E. 4th. Ave. Sartin. Mark .4 I. . 277-4289 10451 Springwood Cres. Sartin. Pete 277-4289 10451 Springwood Cres. Schatz. Bill . . 7 33 499b 4 355 Puget Dr Schenk. Alfred 596 8610 7765 Garrett Dr Schmaling. Nick 988-7733 562 Alpine Court Schmidt. Lome 2 7 4 9006 4480 Tiflm Cres Schneider. Berme 874-8427 I 573 E. 18th Ave Schober. Paul 375-5687 90 E. 53rd Ave Schugjf? Colin ...277-5123 6 1 20 Otter Place Schwarz. Adrian 266-8442 2028 W 35th Schwarz. Leo 266 8442 2028 W 35th Scott. Geoff 733-7273 4 I 40 Quesnel Dr Scott Rob 733 7273 4 1 40 Quesnel Dr Scully. Stephen 26 1 6265 6587 Granville St Seadon. Dave 943 8404 484 Tralee Cres Seibold. Michael 266-0822 1 208 W 38th Ave Selig. Judson 941 4456 1745 Prairie Ave Senger. Rick 274 0658 46 6245 Sheridon Rd Senger. Robert 274 0658 46-6245 Sheridon Rd. Seraphim. Peter 261 4684 1355 W 51st Serka. Nik . . 437 1920 3406 E 28th Seymour. Jeff 2711 608 837 1 Summycrlolt Rd Shatter. Gerald 266 0957 2950 W 47th Shankey. Conor 731-6271 3825 Hemlock St Shaughnessy. Kevin 922-286 4 1175 Sutton PI Sherry . Norman 68 1 -0093 I 204 990 Rruughton Shyong. Dav id 274-4666 9231 PinewellCres Sillery. Dirck . 987-5397 318 E 2 1st. St. Sitter. Chris . . 263-3035 6188 Angus Dr Sitter, Jonathan . 263-3035 6188 Angus Dr. Small. Anthony 263-9261 3435 W. 55th Small. Dan 263-926 1 3435 W 55th Ave. Smith. Cory . 298-6076 3622 McGill St. Smith. Kevin 531-0118 3005 1 60 St. Smith. Paul 985-6826 3025 Brookridge Dr Smith. Stephen 291 -2504 3962 E Pender Smitlener. Damir 531-3236 I 399 Kerfoot Rd Sothy. Joseph 263-3602 3530 W. 33rd Spagnol. Marco 273-4364 9991 Blundell Rd. Speton. Jean-Guy 261-3933 I 356 W. 48th Ave Spry. Jim 732-6161 2015 Balaclava St. Squelch. David 274-5134 907 I No. 4 Rd Stachowiak. Remy 438-6940 3290 E. 62nd. Ave. Stack. Kevin 321 -602 I 721 W. 63rd. Ave. Stasivk. Troy . 946-8897 4 56244 7ast Stead. Chris 731 -7663 4787 Selkiak St. Steele. Matthew 736-7 300 1 955 W 14th. Ave Steffen. Michael 325 0288 493 E. 45th. Ave. Stekl. Bob 7 33-9587 4750 Hudson St Stone. Matt 988-9464 44 1 8 Patterdale Dr Stradiotti. Michael 733-0657 1471 W 26th. Ave Strang. Bruce 943-7798 4812 1 2A Ave. Stubos. George 738-5361 1453 Walnut St Stumpf. Stephen 299-6152 5530 Meadedale Dr Sweeney. John 922 5682 3612 Marine Dr Sweeney. Leo 738 6006 2495 W. I Oth. Ave. Sweeney. Michael 738-6006 2495 U I Oth Ave Syjuco. Augusto 266-8213 1397 W 41st Ave Syjuco. Martin 266-82 I 3 I 398 W 4 1st Ave Sze. Jason 922-8433 8 10 Taylorwood PI Szeto. Anthony 261 -5532 3212 W. 39th. T- Tabe. David. 291-2573 6558 E. Georgia St Tarnai.Ray 5 I 10 Slocan St T hompson. Robert 277-4851 5671 Walton Rd I hompson. Shaun 277-4851 5671 Walton Rd Thonmbeat. Todd 943 8574 582 English Bluff Rd Thr.it. Pat 922-2723 962 Taylor Way Tilbe. Mark 27 7 -0916 81 I I No. 3 Rd Tilbe. Mike 27 7-0916 8111 No 3 Rd Timar. Peter 734-8858 4616 Granville St Tobias. Steve 876-5439 761 E 33rd Ave Todd. Aaron 946-682 I 57 72 5 1st Ave fodesco, Fulvio 325 3159 7 380 Ashburn St Tofim. Yuri 255-6445 21 I6E 2nd Toporowski. Paul 274-1640 8 1 20 Seafair Dr Toporowski. Tom 274-1640 8 I 20 Seafair Dr Torresan. Michael. 261 2958 5829 Hudson St Torresan. Ray 261 2985 5829 Hudson St Toudy. Christopher Jerome 266-8227 5920 Crown St Toudy. James A 266-8227 5920 Crown St Tremblay. Martin 874-7677 826 W 22nd Ave Troughton. Tom 224-5979 3847 W 19th. Truscott. Brian 273-5988 10503 Pimlico Way Tsang. Ivan 277-0288 10231 Lassam Rd Tsaw. William 922-0253 1134 Eyremount Dr Tsiandoulas. Peter 738 8438 2051 W. 17th Ave Tsiandoulas. Tom 738 8438 2051 W. I 7th Ave. Tsui. Martin 879-1760 2131 St. George St T unstall. Kent 943-1223 1 069 Eden Cres. Tunstall. Troy 943 1223 1 069 Eden Cres Turner. Doug 274-0872 883 I Carmidael St. Tyler. Lee 937-0242 1184 Glenayre Dr U- Uitenbosch. Fraser 733-7792 4037 Osier St Uitenbosch. Mark 733-7792 4037 Osier St. Unger. Gerhard 988-6875 4536 Lions Ave. Urbanowski. Martin 876-0529 280 W. 16th. Ave Urquhart. Gordon 261-5503 I 236 W 39th. Ave. V- Vail. Vason 228 823 I 4690 W. 8th Ave. Vail. Kelven 228-8241 4690 W 8th. Ave. Vaugier. Jason 872-4008 301 3 1 96 Heather St. Vesely. Raymond 372-5134 1 930 Valleyview Dr. Viegas. Desmond 274-3117 1 0600 Skagit Dr Vint. James 277-9603 1 007 I Severn Dr. Vlaszaty. Andrew 261-5412 4033 W. 38th. Ave. VonDehn. UK 224-1468 4290 W. I Ith. Vovnik. Sam 224-1468 4290 W I Ith Vuk. Zrinko. 980-6605 2026 Purcell Way w- Wadsworth. Alexander 266-4544 6340 Blenheim St. Wadsworth. Toby 266-4544 6340 Blenheim St. Wagner. Markus 574-4615 2539 176th. St. Wagner, Rolf 574 4615 2539 I 76th. St. Wallace. Kevin 980-8450 I 388 Evelyn St. Wallbank. Chris 687-2189 1675 Nelson St. Walsh. Michael 785 3452 I 1327 94th. St. Waller. Richard 278 9208 4271 DallynRd. Walters. Christopher 26 1 -67 52 5687 Holland Wan. William 325-2450 W 61st. 866 Warrian. David 943-7701 5 1 60 7B Ave Watt. Anthony 2 66-6689 576 W. 37th Ave Watts. Jim 261-9143 1 990 Quilchena Cres. Watts. John 261 9134 1 990 Quikhenal Cres. Watts. Rob 261-9134 1 990 Quikhenal Cres. Weatherston. Duncan 588 3678 9086 1 46A St Weiler. Charles 266-1943 4950 Connaught Dr. Weiler. John 266-1943 4950 Connaught Dr Welch. Greg 228-0320 3757 W 29th. Ave Welch. Phil. 228-0320 3757 W 29th. Ave Welman. Mark 266-7298 6407 Cypress St West, Vince. 278-2940 8 7 40 Citation Dr Wijesinghe. Adrian 325-9504 8255 Eiliott St. Williams. Andrew 271 -8240 22-7491 No. I Rd Willis. Donald 271 -3539 6191 Dakota Dr Wills. Christopher 73 I 3897 3276 W I Ith Wilson. Paul 731-3259 I 746 Macdonald St. Wirtz. Greg 224-1838 4678 W. 3rd. Ave. Wiseman. Kevin 873-0767 25 W King Edward Wisniewski. Mark 263-2931 5953 Larch St. Wisniewski. Matt 263-2931 5953 Laron St. Wood. Edward 266-7993 I 108 W 45th. Ave Woods. Brad 224-3946 4387 W 13th. Ave Wunderlich. Kevin 277-0824 9 I 20 Chapmond Cres. Wunderlich. Michael 277-0824 9 I 20 Chapmond Cres Wyatt. Justin 228-9288 4476 W. 1st. V- Yoblonski. Chris 943-4865 5401 5B Ave Yu. Edmund 5-733422 Woodland Heights 2C Wongnei Chung Gap H.K. Z- Zanatta. Joe 253-8879 2525 Grants St. Zavadil. Thomas 261-3766 1319 W 49th Zivanovic. Peter 731-0730 2426 W. 8th Ave. V „ • •A, l “ ' • ? 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