Garden City High School - Mast Yearbook (Garden City, NY)
- Class of 1978
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In Ancient Times: A 4
Zeus, the chief Oympian God was the ancestor of the Trojans. Electra, a
daughter of A tlas, bore Zeus a son, Dardanus, who built the citadel of Troy
and who founded the line of Trojan Kings. In the third and second millena
B. C. Troy stood as a strong and prosperous cultural center in the area that
is now the country of Turkey. Strong physical specimens, the determined
Trojans persevered to defend their city for ten years before the beseiging
Greeks could defeat them through the use of treachery and deception in the
form of the famed "Trojan H orsev. After the destruction and leveling of the
cigf, Aeneas a noble Trojan survivor, was directed by the gods to found the
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In Modern Times: 1 A I' . A A
Dissatisjied with thename "Maroons', for their athletic teams, students
in G. C. H. S. in March of 1944 voted on a new name. "Maroons" was the
name of one of two intramural athletic organizations within the school and
was used by several other schools on the-Island, so it was felt that a new
name was needed. . ' j f
The balloting, .in which every student had a vote, indicated a strong pref-
erence for "Trojans". Other names considered were "Bombersv, "Pio-
neers", "Eagles", and "Gunners". Since 1944, plaques, athletic equipment,
booster buttons, activities posters, class rings, and yearbooks have proudhf
displayed Trojan heads, helmets and horses. A
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BOARD OF EDUCATION: Sealed: DR. RICHARD HESTON. VINCENT CASHMAN. GEORGE WALKER. Smnding:
EDWARD TACCHI. EDWARD MACDOUGAL.
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MARTIN DWYER ELIZABETH HEFFERNAN
MARLENE SCI-IELL DR. ALBERT SIEGEL
STEPHEN CASTELLANO HENRY DAVID
ALTHEA GONYA ROGER GOODWIN THOMAS HALLEN
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MARY WATTS DREW WEINLANDT
ROBERT WIHNYK EDWARD WOJNAR
W 1' -'C N' YNTHIA MORRONGIELLO
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ELLEN BRAUNSTEIN GERALD DOLAN JOSEPH FARRELLY
JOSEPH FORMISANO ANTHONY LAVORINO
ALLAN LOW CAROL MCLAREN
WALTER NELSON JAMES TARROU
GORDON TEGNELL JOHN WHITE
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NORMAN BADGER BARBARA BERGMAN
JEFFREY HESEKIEL EILEEN HUSSEY
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SECRETARIAL STAFF: Bolmm Row: MRS. GEORGE. MRS. KNOPF. MRS. FISHER. MRS. KENNA. MRS.
TIETJE. Tap Row: MRS. SMYTHE. MRS. FLYNN. MRS. RAUSS. MRS. GRISWOLD. MRS. VARNEY. Missing
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The dedication is an extremely important part of a yearbook. Yearbooks have been dedicated to
our parents, as well as various administrators. These people are an integral part of our lives, but
this year we feel one man has been essential to the development of the Class of 1978.
Ever since our class entered the High School in September 1975, this man has taken an
undaunted interest in the activities of our class. For this reason, we cannot begin to express our
sincere thanks and gratitude to a man who has given us support and guidance throughout our three
years in the Senior High. This man has been more than a faculty sponsor to the Class Council and
to the MASTQ he is a loyal friend as well as a member of the Class of 1978. For his dedication and
unfaltering support we proudly dedicate the forty-fourth issue of MAST to Mr. Drew Weinlandt.
Sophomore Class Council 1975-76
Standing, Left to Right: John Horcher.
Kathy Dwyer, Monica McNally. Juan
Perez. Seated, Left to Right: Meegan
McGoldrick. Celeste Chin.
Junior Class Council l976-77
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Standing. Left to Right: John Horcher, Bret
Watson. Juan Perez, John Olvany. Seated Left
to Right: Kathy Dwyer. Meegan McCvoldrick.
Senior Class Council 1977-78
Standing, Left to Right: Candy Curry.
Kathy Dwyer, Meegan McGoldrick. B. J.
Murphy. Seateai Left to Right: Juan Perez,
Not knowmg what to expect the class of 78 entered the Semor H1gh We were 1n
an ent1rely dlfferent school wlth dlfferent rules and regulat1ons but Mr Prusan gave
us a pep talk to put us at ease We were glven all kmds of papers to explam these new
rules mcludrng the Trojan Gurde Suddenly we reahzed we were no longer blg nmth
graders but small 1ns1gn1f1cant sophs
Although we were new to the school we knew what we were capable of do1ng
FITSI we elected a class counc1l wrth J Horcher as our Presrdent along w1th K
Dwyer as V1ce Presldent M McNally as Secretary C Ch1n as Treasurer M
McGoldr1ck as Soc1al Charrman and J Perez Vega as Hlstorran The counc1l s flrst
task was to p1ck a r1ng company and produce a desrgn We chose Josten s and
deslgned an appeallng rlng whlch sold very well The councxl s autumn leaves dance
1n November was a great success and Wllh March came the class party where our
rmgs were dlstrlbuted and glven the lucky 78 twlsts
As Jumors we thought of college as PSAT s and SAT s were to be taken We
elected a new and dynamlc counc1l w1th B Watson as Presrdent along wlth J
McGoldr1ck Soc1al Charrman The counc1l planned for our dance wh1ch was held 1n
October but 1ts mam concern was the prom The counc1l searched far and w1de for
two bands and fmally contracted the Meade Bros and Jester who played for us at
the Malrbu Beach Club 1n Lrdo Beach The prom was a great success w1th manyjun
1ors attend1ng Scholastrcally the Class of 78 had 25 commended students for the
PSAT and 2 seml fmalrsts Sue Rosen and Alec Stars Also 41 members of our class
were mducted mto the Honor Soc1ety1n early June and 7 more 1n the fall of th1s year
As a class we were makmg great contr1but1ons to sports and clubs We had many
players who were on the champ1onsh1p football team and we d1d well 1n basketball
wrestllng baseball and lacrosse G1rl s teams held thelr own wlth a champ1onsh1p
basketball team Many members of the Class of 78 attended Queen Ellzabeth II s
Sllver Jubllee rn England where the GCI-IS band was the only Amerrcan h1gh school
muslcal group to play Masquers also dlsplayed great talent 1n thelr productlon of
Plaza Surte 1n late November and Ernest rn Love 1n early Apr1l
Although we were saddened to see the Class of 77 depart we reallzed 1t was now
our turn to take the role of leaders It was now ourjob to set the examples and to be
looked up to It was also our turn to start fnllmg out apphcatlons to colleges of our
cholces so we were forced to memorlze our soclal securlty numbers
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As a grade we had new leaders Candy Curry took over as our class Presldent w1th
Chrls McCarthy as VICC Presrdent Kathy Dwyer as Treasurer BJ Murphy as Secre
tary and Meegan McGoldr1ck as Soclal Chalrman Not only d1d we have a new
grade counc1l but a new Student Councll as well John Olvany became our new Pres
ldent w1th John Horcher as Vlce Presldent Mary Donnelly as Secretary Matt Den
ned as Treasurer Carole Sprrnger as Parllamentarnan and Tara Manmon as Ser
geant at Arms
The Student Councll had a very successful G O sale due rn part to splendld G O
Magazlne Drlve Assembly produced by Joan Stolfr and Sue Graham A great
many SCHIOFS left school that day to gather flrewood and prepare for the evenlng s
fest1v1t1es At the pep rally bonflre that nlght the football and soccer teams were
rntroduced After the bonflre the student council held a profltable Sp1r1t Day
Dance Durlng thrs tlme Masquers was hard at work on nts comrc productron of
Homecommg Day arrlved on October 22 Mary Grbbons and John Horcher
organlzed a colorful and exc1t1ng parade w1th all student groups and many alumn1
from as far back as the Class of 37 part1c1pat1ng After the parade there was an
alumn1 receptlon at wh1ch the alumni exchanged storles and rem1n1sced Later ln the
day led by the alumn1 and varslty cheerleaders we all went out to cheer our football
team on to vlctory Durlng halftlme Candy Curry and John Horcher were chosen
homecommg Queen and Kmg At the end of the game GC came out on top of
Wantagh 16 6 for our fxrst vlctory of the season and an excellent clrmax of a long
The Wlnter Wonderland Dance sponsored by the Student Councll was held on
December 22 when the 1977 Snow Queen Lory Messlnger took her throne The
dance was one of the best attended Wlnter Wonderland m years The Semor Councrl
sponsored a nrfty f1fl1CS dance rn January w1th muslc provlded by the Great Pretend
ers Jeff Weekes and Lynn Dodd won Klng and Queen Greaser and Steve CIFOHH
and Ellen Theohar1des were the best dancers that snowy and 1cy even1ng As MAST
goes to prlnt the counc1l plans a Sadle Hawklns dance ln the sprlng
Wxth Graduatron held on June 25 1978 three great years at the GCHS end for our
class Although we now enter a wrder and perhaps more complex world we w1ll
always carry w1th us fond memorles of the many classes projects teachers games
partles, dances, and frlends that made our teenage years at GC both exc1t1ng and ful
"The Man Who Came to Dinner" which was staged in November.
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President of Masquers, Foreign Policy Forum,
"A friend is a person with whom I may be sin-
cere. A man so real and equal I may drop even
those undermost garments of courtesy and deal
with him with the simplicity and wholeness
which one chemical atom meets another."
Remember seeing the moon rise at Jones Beach.
"The Course." October
"I spent a little time on the mountain. spent a lit-
tle time on the hill, Things went down we don't
understand. but I think in time we will."
DEBBIE ADIPIETRO QT'
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You wake up - and time has slipped away V
And suddenly it's hard to find -
The memories you left behind ,i
Remember - do you remember
The times of your life?"
F.H. Leaders, Brooklyn. D.M.J. Softball, July 23.
76-77, take it easy! Thanks for the Good Times
Thank you to the faculty. "You can put the art of
pretending to work for you. It's a fact. If you act
the way you would like to be, You'll soon be the
way you act."
Perhaps is the
ability to do
EVELYN AN DROMIDAS
"Today's dearest moments are tomorrow's pre
Kung Fu Club in sophomore year. Black Sab-
bath, Led Zeppelin, 1'he Who. Kiss, Rush, Fog-
hat. Robin Trower.
"Life is full of bull. bull. but if you play your
cards right. you'll end up winning the fight."
"False friends are common. Yes. but where true
nature links a friendly pair, the blessing is as rich
- Arthur W. Ryder
STEPHEN H. ATKINS
Fire Patrol, Captain Garden City Fire Auxiliary,
Enjoys Swimming. Camping, Scuba Diving,
Backpacking, Fishing, and Water Skiing. Inter-
ested in Law and Paramedical Medicine.
'fThe secret of life is enjoying the passage of
"The times, they are a changin' "
- Bob Dylan
Captain of the Fencing Team
"As you were, l was
As l am, you will be."
Any French dish is great. Soccer. Track. not too
many clubs. When C.R. catches anyone making
one in class. now that's a show. College is the
next thing to Live through. T.B. you "should
have" made a taxi out of your car.
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One ambition in life, to go to Canada and do
"Like the morning sun you come
and like the wind you go,
And no time to hate
Barely time to wait
Oh, oh all I want to know is
Where does the time go'?',
LINDA EILEEN BELL '
"Neither will the wave which has passed be
called back, nor the hour which is gone return."
JOHN E. BENNETT
Foreign Policy Forum President ll, l2, Varsity
Football 12, Carey '74, Carter-Mondale '76, Babe
Ruth Senior Baseball, Knicks, Rangers. "Peace
of Mind." Boston, An early morning cigar, Peace
"The only limit to our realization of tomorrow
will be our doubts of today."
Franklin D. Roosevelt
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"Life is a series of surprises, and would not be
worth taking or keeping if it were not."
"I do then with my friends as I do with my books.
I would have them where I can find them but sel-
dom use them."
Masquers, French Club, Mast. Deering, Deer
Hill, Seminar Retreats. Switzerland!
". . . Shower the people you love with love
show them the way you feel.
Things are gonna bejust fine
Ifyou only will. . ."
"You've got to get up every morning
with a smile on your face.
And show the world all the love
in your heart.
Then people are going to treat you better
You're going to find. yes you will
You're as beautiful as you feel. .
"Space like time. engenders forgetfulness. But it
does so by setting us bodily free from our sur-
roundings and giving us back our primative unat-
tached state . . . Time. we say. is lethe: but
change of air is a similar draught. and. if it works
less thoroughly. so more quickly."
"Look to this day . . . for yesterday is but a
dream and tomorrow is only a vision."
Remembers Band trip to London. summers at
W.H.B.. prays for his "66" Ford station wagon
fthe Bombj, Loves to waterski. sail fespecially
Hobiesj and Playing golf. - No. you can't use
There are places I remember -- all my life.
Though some have changed.
Some forever. not for better.
Some have gone and some remain.
PAUI. A. BONANNO
J.V. and Varsity football. J.V. and Varsity track,
enjoys skiing. sailing. parties. concerts. and the
beach . . . Remembers Vermont. good people.
summers out in Cuthouge and Peconic. Cape
Cod la hitcher's dreamt and good times with
"Just call out my name you know wherever I am
I'll come runnin."
ROBERT WINSER BOYLE
Track ll, 12. Intramural tennis. Enjoys skiing.
camping. swimming. fishing. and traveling.
Remembers Dusted weekend. Sandiella. "ahh."
Class of '77. After school hoots! Red Firebird.
Great times with family and friends,
"I know I'll never lose affection for the people I
still can recall. I know I'll often stop and think
about them. In my life I love them all.
.l.V. and Varsity Football. J.V. Lacrosse and
lndoor Track. Enjoys Friday' and Saturday
Nights. Remembers good times with B.D.. C.H..
B.B.. and Fidge. "Wan"
Girls Varsity Field Hockey, Volleyball, and Bas-
ketball. Peter Frampton. Pink Floyd.
"Do what you want today. you may still be here
tomorrow. but your dreams may not!"
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C.M.'s Bird. J.B.'s. L.T.D.. A.M.. T.P., "Fight."
R.T..l.. Wes Houston. Honda. Pretzel. The Bolt.
The Cady. What happened to Gentry?
Computers. Band. Orchestra. National Honor
Society. Mathletes. Fencing. . .plans to become
"Sometimes l laugh and cry and can't remember
why. but I still love those good times gone by."
Trogan Club. G.A.A.. Co-captain J.V. Basket-
ball. Co-captain Varsity Lacrosse
"Keep yourself clean and clear. for you are the
window in which the world sees you."
Enjoys outdoor life. swimming and skiing. and
being with people. Studying to he a nurse and
hopes to continue with it. A
Football. The Red Sox will win the pennant and
Bill Lee will pitch a no-hitter against the Yan-
kees. Skiing in Canada.
Will always remember W.L. music. travel. food.
the beach. and the city.
"Master of time. setting sail,
Over all of our land.
And as we look forever closer
Shall we now bid farewell. farewell."
.I.V. Soccer. .l.V. Basketball, J.V. Lacrosse.
"There is nothing better than a Grateful Dead
Concert" - Ask any one who has ever seen one.
Skiing. Concerts. Parties. Drinking. "The
Swamp" Catching Giant Moths, Playing with
slime. encountering G.C.P.D.. Applepicking in
Fish Kill. Boston.
"I know I'll never lose affection
For people and things that went before
I know l'll often stop and think about them
. . .In my life I've loved them all."
day is the day I seek knowledge for tomor
Football. Baseball. Soccer. Lacrosse. Eagles.
Fleetwood Mac. and Boston.
"l had good times. I had bad times. but the best
times that I said were great. were with the class of
"Believe it if you need it. if you don'tjust pass it
"It is better to earn money. than to make it."
JANICE C. CARLSON
"I have been crucified with Christ: and I
myself no longer live, but Christ lives in
me and the real life I now have within
this body is a result of my trusting in
the Son of God who loved me and gave
himself for me
Enjoys motocross. and anything else that is fun.
"And the time will come when you'll see we're all
one. and life flows on within you and without
ROBERT FRANCIS CARSS
"Remember this your lifetime through
Tomorrow. there will be more to do . . .
And failure waits for all who stay
With some success made yesterday . . .
Tomorrow . you must try once more
And even harder than before."
FRED M. CARTER
Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, National Honor
Society, MAST Advertising Editor, Grade Coun-
cil Representative, Letter of Commendation,
"Big Fig," Virginia Baseball Trip, "Red Man."
"Patience is a virtue"
"M interest lies in the future because I am oin
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to spend the rest of my life there."
C. F. Kettering
England Trip, Shows.
"Every tear is a chance to comfort
All need is a time to give.
All coldness is but a place to be warm.
Loneliness is room for a friend.
And when we comfort,
And as we give,
When we are warm,
And make a friend,
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"We went the long way
or maybejust the wrong way
l'll never know.
At least we made the try
Something can be said for love that's pure."
Computer Core, Computer Attendance. coopera-
tion. encouragement and patience of Mrs. Bauer
and the Math Department, comrades Rayfield
and Santry. that the computer room lives forever.
1977-1978 ECHO, Gedanken Der Jugend, three
cheers for Mr. Lawder.
"You shall know the truth and the truth shall
make you free. .
JOSEPH MICHAEL CHIARELLO
Football l0. ll - Captain, 12 - Varsity.
Lacrosse - l0, the best years with friends -
M.D., B.B.. D.S., G.D., C.R., C.L.. L.M.. L.D..
B.J.M., S.G., M.D., E.Y ., Celeste and June.
"Here's to good friends"
Sweet Elite. Hendrix Bowie, Mahogany. Rush.
Vectors. Diamond Earrings. Beach Stones, 'Dela-
ney, Lake George, the instigator. Neil Young.
Patti Smith, The Ultimate Pleasure. Dannyls'
song. Let's Spend the Night Together More than
the weak give up and stay while
the strong give up and move on.
Loves the city, summer, beach and opera. "I will
always remember this great school but even more
important are my friends, who will always
remain in my heart forever."
'fWhat lies behind us and what lies before us are
tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
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"I shall pass through this world but once. Any
good therefore, I can do or any kindness that I
can show to any human being, let me do it now.
Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass
this way again."
Remembers the Grateful Dead and friends.
STEPHEN CH ROBET
Fire Patrol, Council Comedian, Fire Auxiliary.
Advanced First Aid, CPR Instructor, Mineola
Ambulance Team. Trips to Myrtle Beach and
boating on the sound, the satires on the council.
Paks's farewell party, and the Chicago concerts.
"Many a man has failed to become a thinker only
because his memory is too good."
MEREDITH CHRISTIE - Nlmschf
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J.V. Lacrosse, National Honor Society, Porsches,
skiing and the pursuit of insanity. Swampwater
"To be a rock and not to roll."
- Robert Plant
"A little learning is a dangerous thing."
- Alexander Pope
G.A.A. President, Leaders Club, Varsity Field
Hockey Captain, Volleyball, Basketball. Softball.
enjoys G.C.A.A. Summer Softball, remembers
Camp Woodsmoke, good times with friends.
"I never cared for the sound of being alone."
- Neil Diamond
Badminton. surprise parties. "shopping" with
Georgene. working as an IHOP hostess.
G.C. Wings Hockey. likes skiing. tennis. basket-
ball. Yes. Frampton. Skynyrd
"If that one man has done only one thing of great
significance in his lifetime . , . That man's life
has been useful."
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"Take your time. think a lot
Think of everything you've got.
For you will still be here tomorrow.
But your dreams may not."
-f Cat Stevens
.l.V. Basketball. Varsity Partying. ABC Club.
Leebro. Digs. Edward.
"You see things that are and ask why . . .7 I
dream things that never were and ask 'why not"?"
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"I know I'll never lose affection for the people
and things I can still recall. I know l'll often stop
and think about them In nty life. I love them all."
"There's a time forjoy,
A time for tears
A time we'll treasure
through the years. . .
CHRIS CON ROY
Englishtown. NJ.. September 3. '77, Bear Moun-
tain. Old number 7 A
"One man gathers what another man spills."
- The Dead
M.T.C.L., Fiat, backroom, good times, N.Y.C.
"Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to
remember from time to time that nothing that is
worth knowing can be taught."
IRENE STEPHANIE CORAS
"Take time to be friendly, it is the road to happi-
ness. take time to laugh, it is the music of the
sogl. ltake time to give, it is too short a day to be
se is . . ."
MARY ELIZABETH COOK
"Your success and happiness lie in you . . .
Resolve to keep happy, and in your joy you shall
form an invincible host against difficulties."
- Helen Keller
"I feel the greatest reward for doing is the oppor-
tunity to do more."
- James E. Salk
"It doesn't matter who you love or how you love,
but that you love."
- Rod McKuen
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cars, K.K., good times with friends.
"Don't take life too serious, you won't make it
out alive anyway."
"The deepest feeling always shows itself in
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Intramural Tennis, Baseball, Chicago. Fleetwood
Mac, Florida, Shelter Island, Running for Sr.
Class treasurer and losing.
"As I walk down these hallowed halls for the last
time, I know this is not the end, but only the
"The time is gone, the song is over, thought l'd
something more to say."
- Roger Waters
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VIRGINIA M. CRAIG
Leaders, S.C.B., Clerical Editor of MAST,
Lacrosse, D. of JT.
1 "Most of the shadows of this life are caused by
i our standing in our own sunshine."
"May the road rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sunshine warm upon your face,
And the Rains fall soft upon your fields,
And Until we meet again,
May God hold you in the Palm of his hand."
Seminar, Deerhill, '77 Prom, I7th Birthday,
Fuzzy and Kess, Blue Moon, HMUN, The
crows, If, Bob and Ray, Punning Wars, Fearns,
Row-Row-Row with Benosky. "Rose water,
"I'd rather lose a hand of hearts, I swear, than to
win a round of solitaref' .
- Dean Friedman
KATHLEEN MARIE CURRY
Senior Class President, Varsity Cheerleader,
S.C.B. Executive Board, MAST, Remembers
good times with all the "Champs," the O.B.
Mobile, H-Huntin', sandstorms, Homecoming
Weekend, Uncle Drew, Katie's Party, F,M.W.S.
-Good friends are forever. . .
"In all you do, put God first and he will direct
you and crown your efforts with success."
- Proverbs 3:6
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Attick, snurfing, the course, tobogganing, wake
surfing, OUT EAST, F.P., Hot tuna, Marshall
"The trouble with you is the trouble with me, got
two good eyes, but we can't see."
- Grateful Dead
"So, so you think you can tell heaven from hell,
blue skieslfrom rain - can you tell a green field
from a coal stee rail - a smile from a vail - do
you think you can tell?"
- Pink Floyd
All the funny little people in my life.
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Varsity Baseball and Tennis, J.V. Baseball,
enjoys basketball, weekends, the beach, and Vir-
"The world is a comedy to those who think and a
tragedy to those who feelf'
Tennis, Boating, German Club, Class Delegate,
Chicago, Steve Miller, Fleetwood Mac.
Stagecrew, Inkspots, Sunday School Teacher,
Cathedral Youth Group, Katharine Gibbs
We must part
To go our own ways
STEPHEN H. D'ANTONlO
J.V. and Varsity Baseball, J.V, and Varsity Soc-
cer, Captain Varsity Baseball, Captain Varsity
Soccer, National Honor Society. Baseball trip to
Virginia, the beach.
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In the memories
Of my fondest days."
G. KELLY DECKER
Soccer, Baseball, Alpha Omega Theta, G.M.H.
with E.L., "BU Shed, Bazit and a night with the
Outlaws, KH., J.M., E.H., Schmitto, 2:30 breaks
with .l.M. and .l.L.
"Look around and choose your own ground,
For long you live and high you fly
And smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry
And all you touch and all you see
ls all your life will ever be."
- Pink Floyd
STEPHEN ERIC DECKER
Varsity Soccer, G.C. Centennials: England and
Canada, Shelter lsland, skiing, sailing, fishing,
and hunting. I like money, good things and good
"Live for today for tomorrow may not come."
"I never let school interfere with my education."
- Mark Twain
JAMES VINCENT DEEGAN
.l.V. Baseball. Homeroom Delegate. Social Com-
mittee. C.Y.O, Basketball. Mattituck with J.P..
Skiing with B.B.. and Homeroom with Mia.
"ln this world. one must be strong enough to
know when he is weak, and brave enough to face
himself when he is afraid: one must be proud and
unbending in honest defeat. and humble and
gentle in victory."
- Douglas MacArthur
ANDREW D. deLANNOY
Will always remember band trip to London and
V.l. trip '77, skiing Switzerland and Austria '7S.
Concert. Stage Band and Jazz Ensemble. Varsity
Track. Maine and .l.V. T. Team.
"lf l only had the words to tell you. lf you only
had the time to understand."
- Billy Joel
Twirling. Girls Gymnastics. Manager of the Boys
Gymnastic Team. Leaders. Trojan Club. and
Spanish Club. Good times with friends will
"Oh. better than the minting
Of a gold-crowned king
Is the safe kept memory
Of a lovely thing."
Y Sara Teasdale
S.C.B.. Vice-President Leaders. G.A.A.. Trojan
Club. Majorettes. Badminton. MAST fSports
Editorl. D. of J.T.
"Sometimes I laugh and cry and can't remember
why. but l still love those good times gone by."
Celestones. Masquers. French Club. Deerhill.
Alessi Bros.. D.B.C.. Loves bicycling. backpack-
ing. playing guitar.
"ln the midst of winter. l finally learned that
there was in me an invincible summer."
e Albert Camus
EILEEN MARIE DELLE
"Champs," weekends in Peconic, lockers with
B.J.. parties. S.D.. MAST, "tunes please." soccer
games. summer of '77,
"The time has come to say goodbye. our times
together may be ended. but our memories will
linger on forever."
"Happiness is as a butterfly which, when pursued
is always beyond our rasp, but which if you will
sit down quietly, may ight upon you."
"Joys is not in things, it is in us."
"Take your time, think a lot
think of everything you've got
For you will still be here tomorrow,
but your dreams may not."
- Cat Stevens
MATTHEW BARRY DENNEN
Student Council Treasurer, Golf, X-C, Concerts
at Central Park, G.C.G.C. Caddy Yard, F.P.F. -
Harvard Model U.N., Cage-bird.
"We've been through some things together,
With trunks of memories still to come.
We found things to do in stormy weather
Long may you run.
- Neil Young
Band, will always remember my trip to London
with the Band, Orchestra, Business Manager of
ECHO, German Club, National Honor Society.
Empire Girls' State.
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die. life is a
broken winged bird that cannot fly."
V.P. G.A.A., Varsity Hockey, Volleyball, Basket-
"The greatest achievement is not in never falling,
but in rising again after you fall."
ERNIE DI CHIARA
School is like a storm but once you see the light
it's a rainbow, Varsity Bowling, Tennis, Guddels
and Teddy Bear.
Track, Cross Country , Riflery, Montauk, Floral
Park. Brixton Rd. Gang, the Attic, House Inspec-
tions, Mitchell Field, Jones Beach.
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cert 77, G.D.
"There never seems to be enough time to do the
things you want to do, once you find them."
- Bob Weir
S.M.S., D.K.D., remembers good times with
friends, Canada, Sweet Dreams, FUBAR.
Munchkinland, skiing. beach, parties. strawberry
fields forever. . .
"If you love something, let it go, if it returns, it's
yours and if not, it never was."
PETER A. DiGlACOMO
J.V. Football. .l.V. and Varsity Lacrosse, G.C.
JOHN GREGORY DINOTO
"For any Fear l will give you five hopes."
- E. E. Cummings
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Loves the beach and having a good time with
"I'll never lose affection for the people and things
I can still recall. In my life, I love them all."
LYNNE ALISON DODD
A.I-I.R.C., Student Council Grade Representa-
tives, Leaders, Track, S.C.B., MAST Typist.
"I'll never forget your smiling faces
CAROL DOH ERTY
Track Team, German Club, Swimming Team.
Vica Club, H.O.S.A. Club, Campus Life. Nurs-
ing, Beach Boys, O.B.I., Wild beach parties,
Summer of '76, Kings Point Dances.
"He is truly happy who has all that he
wishes to have, and wishes to have nothing
which he ought not to wish."
They meant the world to me
I'll never forget the times we cried
or laughed in ecstasy.
I'll never forget friends
Who have meant so much
Over the years
Let's keep in touch."
MARY ELIZABETH DONNELLY
"Through each new year
We have grown a little more
and have become
insecure a little less.
From each new friend
we gained an insight
into ourselves to allow ourselves
to give a little more to others."
German Club, Masquers, Seminar.
MARIA NICOLE DON ATO
Lacrosse Statistician, '77 trip to Virginia with
S.G., "Champs," All great times with friends,
A.P.A., Trojan Club, S.C.B., painting. "Mier."
l'So, before we end fand then beginl
We'll drink a toast to how it's been
. . . I've loved these days."
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'I'll always remember all the great people I've met ,ff I
and made friends with, especially L.H. 9 by
"Now this is not the end. lt is not even the begin-I '. .
ning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of theQrtf
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Y' ' Water Skiing, Fishing, Golfing on the course.
"I don't know, but I've been told
If the horse don't pull
You've got to carry the load."
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s.c.B., MAST Editor, chamecief, EEF., varsity fi?
Cross-Country. Varsity Track, Thetford Summitt
Conference, Lord Courzon, the Upper Minister.
"Never worry about the Future,
not until it becomes the present is it
ever serious. I always prefer to believe
the best of everybody -it saves so much
DEBRA DOWN ES
Varsity Badminton, Volleyball Manager. Trojan
Club. G.A.A., Skiing, Tennis, "Roundabout."
"Yesterday , when we met, we never dreamt
of close ties. Today, my friends d0n't
realize that tomorrow, I'll regret my
Racing Motocross and Skiing, Commack, Stew-
art Golf Course, K.R.'s basement. Ferd, Ruddy,
Sev, Mow. K.R., R.N., R.M.. and M.R., summers
with P.F., Can't wait to get out.
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"Without love in a dream. it'll never come true."
St. Anne's. Ninth Grade. Frost Valley. Noyac
Redmond's. Summer '76. Big Indian, L.M.H..
DEAD Concerts. Strawberry Fields. S.S.G.R..
Hoch and Irwin. Frost Valley again. "All these
things are now a part of you. . . . and you are
sent forth free to LIVE!"
MICHAELJAMES DURAND jj
Varsity Football Captain. fishing. good times on
my boat with .l.C. and Moo, "Chop." playing
cards. good parties. "If you can't dazzle 'em with
brilliance. baffle 'em with bull."
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The great thing in the world is not so much
where we stand. as in what direction we are mov-
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KATHLEEN E. DWYER
"We've onlyjust begun to live.
So many roads to choose
We start out walking and learn to run
And yet we'vejust begun."
"I must be travelin' on now
Cause there's so many places I've got to see.
l'm as free as a bird now and this bird
you cannot change."
LINDA MARIE DURAND
Good times in Westhampton. weekends in Cute-
hoque. D.C.. Dot's House. Champs.
"Sometimes I'm awake at night and wonder
where the years have gone.
And I would turn the pages back
But time will not allow
The way these daysjust rip along
Too fast. to last. too vast. too strong."
The Grateful Dead
Track IO. ll. I2. G.C. Swim Team, German
Club. Gedanken der Jugend, Masquers. Beach
Parties '77. "The Group." Concert Choir. Cele-
"We all need someone to lean on. and if you
want to. well you can lean on me."
- M. Jagger
'. . .and they say it's impossible. .
- .I. Hendrix
"Bob" and "The Kid"
"Wish not so much to live long as to live well."
- Benjamin Franklin
"We stand today on the edge of a new
frontier. . .
a frontier of unknown opportunities and
a frontier of unfulfilled hopes and threats"
JOHN EM ERSON
Intramural Hockey. Basketball. Pro Sports and
playing TENOR SAX. Major in Biology.
"Since death is at the end of Life. it appears we
are all moving IN THE WRONG DIREC-
"Good times with friends" Canada 77-78. The
Hamptons. Summer of 77.
"lf you love something. set it free. If it comes
back. it's yours. if not it never was."
"To laugh often and much. to appreciate beauty.
to find the best in others. This is to succeed."
Skiing at Windham. Great times with M.B.K..
T.K.. S.O., S.M. "BAA-AA-BAA." Lake Suna-
pee. Crawling home on New Years Eve of 77.
If you love something. let it go. if it returns it's
yours. if not it never was.
KURT FA BA
"If I don't see you no more in this world, I'll see
you in the next one. , .don't be late."
- Jimi Hendrix
"We leave behind a bit of ourselves wherever
RICHARD F. FELDEISEN
Co-Head of Lights. Riflery.
"You cry for the past and yearn for the future:
but meanwhile the present is leaving you fast."
"Be the person you really are. and never anybody
"Believe in people. for through them you shall
It's Gone, Drive All Night. Zuma. Mason
"A new day. a new way
and new eyes to see the dawn
go your way. I'll go mine
and carry on."
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I
cannot change, the courage to change the things I
can. And the wisdom to know the difference
"When you get confused just listen to the music
- Grateful Dead
Remembers when. . .
"Just open your eyes
And realize. the way it's always been.
.lust open your mind
And you will find
The way it's always been.
Just open your heart
And that's a start."
- The Moody Blues
"Such a long time to be gone.
and a short time to be there."
- Grateful Dead
"Got no mind for wasting time
feeling like I do."
Tuna, Tuckes. Dead. Daniels. Redmonds '76. Ski
trip. Noyack. Heingartner's House. Big Indians.
L.M.H.. El and Mel Barry Op.. Elbow. Laaary.
Tree House. Gee Melinda . . , Eleana's Sand-
wiches, Nooo Whooo. Late Much . . .!!!
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all my friends in G.C.. This place fAmericaJ is
much better than Great Britain.
"Though the years give way to uncertainty. the
fear of living for nothing strangles the will."
- Jackson Browne
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Wrestling. Physics with Mr, Badger.
"God helps those who help themselves."
JOSEPH FERENCIK li
"We have not only obligation to fulfd C
We have great opportunities to real!
"Prepare your mind and heart for the task ahead.
call forth your strength. and let each devote his
energies to the betterment of all."
MARIA A. FERGUSON
Badminton Team. National Honor Society. Biol-
ogy Club. French Club. Key Club. Trojan Club.
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and l. I
took the one less traveled by. and that has made
all the difference."
- Robert Frost
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"As your fortune comes to carry down the
line. And you watch while the changes
unfold, And you sort among the stories
you'll be told. lf some pieces of the
picture are hard to find. And the
answers to your questions are hard to hold
Take care of your brother . ,
Track I lth Grade. Trojan Club. Key Club.
"The glory is not in never falling. but in rising
every time you fallf'
SUSAN ELIZABETH FLOOD
"Each moment . . . has its own beauty . . . a
picture which was never seen before and which
shall never be seen again."
"Though times can be good
And times can be bad
All one has to do is
Think back on all of
the friends he had.
And suddenly. all those bad
times seem to disappear.
PATRICIA E. FOLEY
'I know I'll never lose affection for the people
and things I can still recall. I know I'll often stop
and think about them. In my life. I love them
"It makes no difference how deeply seated may
be the trouble. How hopeless the outlook. How
muddled the tangle. How great the mistake. a
sufficient realization of love will dissolve it all. If
only you could love enough you would be the
happiest and most powerful being in the world."
- Emmer Fox
S.C.B. Executive Board, Masquers. Track. Honor
Society. Math Tutor. Commentator. Grade and
"As we travel down life's road. each step affects
our life and touches our heart. I will miss my
KRISTEN JEAN FOSTER
"They can conquer who believe they can."
"As long as a man has a dream in his heart, he
cannot lose the significance of life."
Gymnastics, Kung Fu Club. French Club, Track.
"Look not mournfully into the Past. It comes not
back again. Wisely improve the Present. It is
thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy Future,
without fear, and with a manly heart."
Wrestling, Cross Country . . . Dell's Deli, Frost
Valley '74, Camping, 123 Birds, the course, Tez's
"Hang it up and see what tomorrow brings."
Remembers good times with friends, the Hamp-
tons, the beach. Sweet Dreams, Canada, Munch-
kinland and parties.
"Success is to be measured not so much by the
position that one has reached in life, as by the
obstacles which he has overcome while trying to
- Booker T. Washington
German Club, Gedanken Der Jungen, likes
mopedding, sailing, tennis, ping-pong, beach,
German class and making jokes.
Pennsylvania, Big Indian, Englishtown, The
"And l'll keep on fighting for the things
I want Cause l'd rather be a free man in my
grave than living as a puppet of a slave
So as sure as the sun will shine
l'm gonna get my share now, what's mine."
J.G. and M.S.
"I have spent my
life seekingall that's
still unsung. Bent my
ear to hear the tune
and closed my eyes to see
In the book of love's own
dream where all the print
Where all the pages are
my days and all my
lights grow old."
JILL THERESE GENTILE
Hole-in-the-wall. RH PS
"Open your eyes . . .close your eyes.
"Whatever you can do
or dream you can
Boldness has genius
power and magic
Begin it. now."
Sec.-Treas. of Honor Society. Sgt.-at-Arms of
Key Club. S.C.B. Executive Board.
"Life is made up of small comings and goings.
and for everything that we leave behind."
VERA ANN GERDTS
"High on this mountain - the clouds down
below. I'm feeling so strong and alive. From this
rocky perch I'll continue to search. For the wind.
the snow and the sky. And I want to live in the
sun. And I want to do all the things I never have
Future Nurses of America Club. Biology Club.
Vitca Club. Hosa Club. Dancing. Disco music.
singing. nursing. Kings Point Dances. spending
money. buying clothes. shoes.jewelry. Candystri'
"Love is the expansion of two natures in such
fashion that each includes the other. each is
enriched by the other."
MARY ELIZABETH GIBBONS
Lord. make me an instrument of Your peace.
Where there is hatred let me sow love:
Grant that I may not so much
Seek to be consoled as to console:
To be understood as to understand:
To beloved as to love:
For it is in giving that we receive.
- St. Francis of Assisi
"From another side of time. breaking down the
walls of silence lifting shadows from your mind.
placing back the missing mirrors that before you
couldn't find. filling mysteries of emptiness that
yesterday left behind."
- Cat Stevens
NANCIE E. GORDON
and you shall hear words of great
Explore them. weigh their value for from
them. you shall acquire a knowledge
obtainable from no book.
Then go. transmit this to others
for such a gift should be passed on
Honor Society. Madrigals. Co-head Folkaires.
JAMES DREW GOLDEN
Captain Varsity Soccer. Captain Varsity
Lacrosse. Varsity Basketball, National Honor
Society. Lacrosse trip to Virginia.
"Never be content. although it may be safe. you
will never know what could have. should have
SUSAN ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Lou's. the "Champs" AOA '77 LA-x trip to Vir-
ginia with Mier. Beefsteak's. the Chop, '77
"A smile. and embrace. a lasting friendship -
the best things in life are free."
BARBARA A. GOODISON
Diving Team. Celestones. St. Joseph's Guitar
Group. Seminar - Deerhill. Art with J.. Summer
"l'll put a pebble in my shoe
And watch me walk
I can walk . . .
And when we both have had enough
I shall take him from my shoe singing
'Meet your new road. . .' "
Physics. Drag Racing. Tacos and swampwater
Selective attendance. The Bird.
- Jimmy Page
"Go to the Beach"
"The pace accelerates, there is no chance to rest.
We hurtle down the freeways of life. Many fulfill-
ing a long held desire to express themselves in the
cinematic setting of higher education. Now in
our first adventure in to life I wish all happiness
- Led Zeppelin
FRANK HAJN Y
Con. Band, Jazz Ensemble, V.P. of Orchestra,
Echo Photo Staff, Enjoys camping, music, pho-
tography, and working on cars.
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"Thou goest thy way and I go mine,
Apart, yet not afarg
Only a thin veil hangs between
The pathways where we are,
And 'God keep watch 'tween thee and me.
This is my prayer
He looks thy way. He looketh mine
And keeps us near."
- Julia A. Baker
Music: flute, piccolo, and organ.
Palestinian from Lebanon, Arabic music, sunset,
Hiba, Ahed Khahil Gibran, Blue, Black, Brown,
"If words came as readily as ideas and ideas as
feeling, I could say ten hundred kindly things."
ou know my supreme happiness at having one
earth whom I can call a friend."
"Ramble On," R. Plant. l'll always remember the
parties with my friends.
SUSAN GAIL HALFMANN
"Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower:
But only an hour
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief.
So dawn goes to day.
Nothing gold can stay."
WILLIAM C. HALL JR.
Student Council. Grade Council. Vice-President
Key Club. Social Committee. S.C.B,. MAST.
Varsity Water Polo Captain. A.A.U. and Garden
City Swimming. Boys' State. Skiing. Homecom-
"W-ealth. Success and all the Honors that one can
obtain do not compare with the happiness and
pride of having one good loy al friend."
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Beatles. Skiing. Rifle trips. Canada '77. slopes.
Charlie llth. Summer '77. Westhampton. Beach
-- Rollerskating. Cruisin'. getting small with all.
Homecoming '77. Moose's DYFO. play clothes.
"lf you love something. set it free.
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Track 3. Varsity Spring Track 3. Lido Beach,
Surfing, Skateboarding. Montauk, "This place is
the joint" Ditch Plains and Georgia Beach +-
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only heard one side of the case. God has written
all the books.
- Samuel Butter
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"lt seems to me a crime that
we should age.
These fragile times should never
slip us by.
A time we never can or shall
As friends together watch their
"If I could save time in a bottle, the first thing
that I'd like to do. is to save every day like a
treasure and then once again, I would spend
them with you."
ERIN HEAN EY
Feelings newly found
Don't look down
Take as much as you think you ought to
Givejust as much as you can
Don't forget what your failures have
Or else you'Il have to learn them all over
Take good care
G. PHILLIP HEALY ll
The beach. surfing. Intramural Hockey and Soft-
OH. come with old Khuyyum. and leave the wise
to tack: one thing is certain. That Life flies: One
thing is certain. and the rest is lies: The flower
that once hath blown forever dies.
P.T.R.. Mast. Trojan Club. Will always remem-
ber: K.V.S.. M.M.. singing to the Beatles.
M.T.C.l., Sandee's Parties, Homecoming at
Chop. Halloween. Oct. 2.
"Though nothing can bring back the hour of the
splendor in the grass, the glory in the flower.
grieve not rather find strength in what remains
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Executive Board. National Honor Society. Echo.
and Foreign Policy Forum.
"I'lI always remember Shea Stadium's upper
deck. section one and the Mets."
"The greatest use of life is to spend it for some-
thing that will outlast it."
- William James
"A faithful friend is a strong defense and he
who has found him. has found a treasure."
.l.V. and Varsity Baseball. The Little Bull. Lake
George. "Doc" Dougherty. Maybelle, Trip to
Virginia. lack of concern.
"Take as much as you think you ought to
Givejust as much as you can
Don't forget what your failures have taught you
Or else you'll learn them all over again."
- Dan Fogelberg
ECHO. piano. Ambassador to Israel. Math Club.
"To know that we know what we know. and that we
do not 'know what we do not know. that is true
Q Henry David Thoreau
STEVEN R.HILDRETH Clif? mf' - J I
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A.H.R.C.. L,Tv1.H.. Bike riding with Laura.
G.C.S.. Shots with Tina. the Dead. Strawberry
"Every hodfs got a dream to live on
And I got one of my own.
So I best be moving on
And I will think of you often"
Photography. The Course
"Master of time
Over all of our lands
And as we look
Shall we now hid
"Going where the water tastes like wine"
Enjoys. . .water skiing. Molsons, the Hamptons
and the girls that migrate there in the summer.
Mao's attic. Four wheeling in the Mean Green
Machine in the East Quogue Hills till sun-up,
"Green grass and high tides"
JOHN HORCH ER
Vice-President Student Council. Assistant Editor
MAST. Grade Council. Homecoming King. Ski-
"Never let your schooling interfere with your
Make it on your own ifyou think you can
Somewhere later on you'll have to take a stand
Th 'n you're gonna need a hand
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"I walked on the beach in the early morn
I ran on the sand till I could breathe
I stood on a rock looking out at the sea
And believed what I said when I said I
- Steve Miller Band
German Club. the upper deck at Shea.
"Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstand-
ing all you see.
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"All I want is to see you smile,
Don't stop thinkin' about tomorrow
Don't stop it'll soon be here.
It'll be here better than before
Yesterday's gone - Yesterday's Gone."
Switzerland, Masquers, Seminar, C.E.C.
fstarsj, dinner parties, K.B.E., E.L.P., Mosel-
blumechen, J .E.B., veterinary medicine.
"I am closer to believing that I ever was
On the crest of this elation must I dash
upon the shore
And with the driftwood of acquaintance
light the fire to love once more."
"I am windblown,
I am times."
- Greg Lake
ANNE HUSCH LE OUWNSL
Features Editor Echo, Secretary Masquers, Liter-
ary Editor lnkspols, FPF, Miki, the Flock, a ple
picking, my notebooks. "twojeeps and a trucE."
"In the end there are three things that last -
faith, hope. and love and the greatest of these is
"I get by with a little help from my friends."
Technical Director of Stage Crew University of
"Do the leaves of green stay greener
Through the autumn?
Does t e color of the sun turn
Does a shadow come between us
In the winter?
Is the Movement really light?"
- .I . Anderson
N.Y.C.. Bicycling with Maureen. Blackness.
"Gonna break out of this city
Leave the people here behind
Searching for adventure
lt's the type of life to find
I'm sure I must be someone
Now I'm gonna find out who."
"Do anything you wanna do"
LINDA MARIE ITGEN
Secretary-Treasurer of Future Nurses Club.
future plans: Registered Nursing
"If once you forfeit the confidence of your fellow
citizens. you can never regain their respect and
- Abraham Lincoln
"Goodbye is the hardest word to say" "L-
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34 C:fS.C.B.. Leaders. German Club. Y.F.. Sunapee.
ij ' ' os. D. of J.T.. G and G. trip to Germany.
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Band, London tcockney pridet. Doc. 55 base-
ment. chasing the football Youth group Ed. in
Ch.. Yes. G.D.. The Who. Neil Young. C.S.N.Y.
"Knowledge is a deadly friend when no one sets
the rules. The fate of all mankind. I see. is in the
hands of fools."
King Crimson. Viel Vergnuegen
"Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die. life is a
broken-winged bird that cannot fly"
"Of all the faculties of the mind memory is the
first that flourishes and the first that dies."
KATHERINE N. JOHNSON
Exchange Student to Spain. Spanish Club Sec!
Treas., Pep Rally in IO. I2. St. Patrick's Day in
llth. Katie's Halloween Party and Chop.
"Don't walk in front of me. I may not follow.
Don't walk behind me. I may not lead. Just walk
beside me and be my friend."
German Club, The telephone booth
"Take your time. think a lot, think of everything
you've got. For you will still be here tomorrow,
but your dreams may not."
- Cat Stevens
Varsity Wrestling, The Room - LOOK!
"Son. don't wait til the break of day 'cause you
know how time fades away."
"If I live tomorrow like I'm livin' today there
ain't no way to go wrong."
A Jorma Kankoneu
"Was the sign with a touch
As I kiss your fingers
We walk hands in the sun
Memories when we're young
Love lingers so."
JOHN J. JORDAN III
Technical Directors fStudioJ, J.V. Soccer Team.
Garden City Centennial Soccer Youth Club.
Waterskiing, Surfing, Senior Project in Architec-
"To be a great architect"
"Give me the luxuries of life and I will willingly
do without the necessities."
"There are places I remember all my life,
Though some have changed, some remain.
All these places had their moments with
lovers and friends. I still can recall
some are dead and some are living.
In my life, I've loved them all."
Lennon and McCartney
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Coast Guard. Station. Surfing. R.M.P.S.. Deer-
"Master of time
Setting of Sail
Over all our lands
And as we look
Shall we now bid
-- Anderson!Howe MARY ELIZABETH KETTRICK
Sweet Dreams. Munchkinland. Beatles. Eisen-
hower. Strawherry Fields. forever. . .
"If you smile at me I will understand. Cause
that's the one thing that everyone. everywhere
does in the same language."
- Crosby. Stills.
KATHY ANN KIERNAN
S.C.B.. Leaders, Trojan Club. French Club.
MAST Photography Editor. D, of J.T.. '77 base-
ball trip to Virginia.
"You never really leave a place you love:
A part of it you take with you. leaving
a part of yourself behind."
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HAYTHAM F. KHALIL
"Yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only
a vision. But today. well-lived. makes every yes-
terday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow
a vision of hope. And always remember: never
hit a man when he's down. he may get up! If
"I must go down to the sea again. to the lonely
sea and sky: and all I ask is a tall ship and a Slllr
to steer her by."
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JOHN S. KIRK JR.
Editor-in-Chief of MAST, Student Council Dele-
gate, Senior Class Homeroom Representative,
S.C.B.. Senior Representative to B.A.A., Soccer,
Lacrosse trip to Virginia. Summers at the Jersey
Shore, MAST deadlines.
PEGGY JEAN KLEPPER
"Happiness is like a butterfly
The more you chase it, the more it
will elude you.
But if you turn your attention to
lt comes and softly sits on your
f L. R. Lessor
Band, the computer room. Garden City Commu-
nity Church, Basketball, F.P.F.
"You are what you make yourself.
S0 make yourself you."
"Love when you can
Cry when you have to. . .
Be who you must
That's a part of the plan
Await your arrival
With simple survival
And one day we'll all understand . . ."
- Dan Fogelberg
National Honor Society, MAST Art Editor. lnk-
spots Art Editor. S.C.B. Executive Board, Girls
Lacrosse Team, Grade Council, Junior Honor
Guard, French Club.
"The three grand essentials to happiness in life
are something to do, something to love and
something to hope for."
4 Joseph Addison
CAROLYN MARY KOHLER
Band, Orchestra, German Club, N.Y.S.S.M.A.
Honor Society. Senior Project, 3 c's. Burr!!!
Enjoys music. swimming and tennis.
Hammerheads. partying. the Van. Zeppelin.
Fracture. the Dead. "Sweet Sally." East Hamp-
ton. Hot Tuna. Tull. Rush. Z-Bob. Dial-a-Joke,
DOROTH EA V. KRAMER
S.C.B.. Trojan Club. H.R. Representative. the
beach. Westhampton. Quoge
"Life is easier than you think. All you have to do
is accept the impossible, do without the indispen-
sable. and bear the intolerable land be able to
smile at anythingjf'
"Love when you can,
Cry when you have to.
Be who you must,
lt's a part of the Plan. . .'
- Dan Fogelberg
I don't got nothing much at all, but I
damn sure got it made, if you don't
like the way I'm living, youjust
leave this long-haired country boy alone.
"Come into the mountains. dear friend
Leave society and take none with you
But your true self
Get close to nature
Your everyday games will be insignificant
Notice the clouds spontaneously
And try to do that with your life."
- Susan Polis Schulz
SUSAN ELIZABETH LABANOWSKI
"Plans I've made. A masquerade fading in fear of
the coming day, Heroe's tales. like nightingales
wrestle the wind as they run away"
- Dan Fogleberg
"Time passes by too quickly my friend. Good
times we've had will soon come to an end. But
memories will always bind us together. In a spe-
cial way that will last forever."
Varsity Track and Varsity Tennis, Concert Band
and Dance Band. enjoys skiing. waterskiing. bas-
ketball and Maine. Remembers trips to London.
Virgin Islands and skiing in Switzerland and
"Do what's good for you. or you're not good for
- Billy Joel
PATRICIA ANN LAVELLE
S,C.B.. Trojan Club. German Club. G.A.A..
Gymnastics. Field Hockey. Softball. Soccer.
P.T.R. Barnacle Bill. great times with friends. To
peto or not to peto. My b. and "beers-up." hell
nite in the Fiat.
"l feel l'm losing a part of me. The happy side l
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ing a good time. Remembers the Englishtown
concert. the course. the attic at Lieb's house.
upstate and Montauk. Future plans are to go into
business and be successful.
"Believe it if you need it. if you don't just pass it
Golf. Looping. Fishing. Umping. Upstate. the
snack. Old Number Seven.
"Just bein' alone. Just bein' me and when l die.
Let me die with a dream on my mind. A smile on
my face and no trouble behind."
- Marshall Tucker
STEVEN Lai TORRIZ
Baseball. l'll be dipped - !! Get serious. plans to
be at high school graitluzite. "GinZo"
"The drunkenness of the wave. the power in the
- Jackson Browne
RICHARD l.. l.eCOM'l'E
Masquers. Echo. Foreign Policy Forum.
"The bigger the self
the smaller the man."
"In the mountains. in the cities
You can see the dreams.
Look around you.
Has it found you,
Is it what it seems?
- Neil Young
JAM ES LEWIS
"Tell me children, are you sleeping? Are you
innocent like me? I hope you never cross the line.
I hope your dreams are not like mine,"
Masquers, Inkspots. song-writing, keyboard
playing, "Quintessence," friends, "Inner Space"
at the Battle, YES, ELP, GENISIS, Gentle
Giant, College out-of-town, song-writing, playing
key-boards in a rock band.
"Soon oh soon the time
All we move to gain will reach and calm,
Our heart is open
Our reason to be here."
MICHAEL P. LICITRA
Varsity Football, Captain of .I.V. Football, J,V.
CAROLYN S. LEWIS
"Far away there in the sunshine are my highest
aspirations. I may not reach them but I can look
up and see their beauty , believe in them. and try
to follow where they may lead."
Louisa May Alcott
MAUREEN M. LILLIS
"One song leads to another,
One friend leads to another friend.
So I'll travel along
With a friend and a song -
I'll travel along
Ten thousand strong f
To the end.
Likes hiking. camping. skydiving. "Skiing." "The
THEODORE S. LORD
J.V. Soccer '75. .I.V. Football '76, .l.V. Wrestling
'75. V. Wrestling '76. '77. Surfing. Ditch Plains
Gang. The Cliffs. New Jersey and Jerseyites.
"Dreams turn to Nightmares
Heaven turns to Hell
Lines of confusion
Nothing more to tell."
- Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
A.H.R.C.. Enjoys horseback riding. swimming.
"Never wait or hesitate
Get in good before it's too late
You may never get another chance!
Band Jazz Ensemble. England. smokin' em on
the Cougar. best times with F.H.. CS.. CM.
"With time slipping so fast into the
future even the present is hard to
keep up with. So always keep a smile on
your face and it won't hurt so much
when time slips out from under you."
SP2 Wm I
"Everything has its season. Every-
thing has its time. Every man has his
daydreams. every man has his goals.
Rivers belong where they can ramble.
Eagles belong where they can flow
l've got to be where my spirit can run
free. Got to find my corner of the sky.
Summer. the beach. working in town with T.D..
P.H.. and J.M:. G.M.H. skiing, Peconic with
K.R. Platoon 77, Maos Attic. The Benz. "Take
"Mine honor is my life:
Both grow in one:
Take honor from me
And my life is done."
"I have not yet begun to fight."
-- John Paul Jones
National Honor Society, Echo. Student Citizen-
ship Board. Foreign Policy Forum. Village Soc-
cer Team Coach, Mathletes.
"One very important ingredient of success is a
good, wide-awake, persistent, tireless enemy."
"When human relations last long enough. the tol-
erable becomes the indispensable."
"I'll always remember this school and the won-
' derful people in it."
Varsity Football, Lacrosse. the Cougar, the
"You who are on the road must have a code that
you can live by."
President Celestones, Inkspots.
I've learned that every day is what you make it. If
you wait around for something exciting to hap-
pen, you might wait a lifetime. You can depend
on only yourself to make things happen.
"Music is the only language in which you cannot
say or mean a sarcastic thing." D
- John Erskine
"This is day
of the expanding man
that shape is my shade
There where I used to test and
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I gazed through the glass
That's all in the past."
- Walter Becker and Donald Fagan
"Look at yesterday as a remembrance,
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Do what's good for you. or you're no
good for anybody . .
Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes -
l'm afraid it's time for goodbye again"
"lt's either sadness or euphoria"
- Billy Joel
Band. Football. the team. London U.l.'s.
Switzerland. Austria and Maine
Foreign Policy Forum. Fire Patrol, Intramural
Basketball. Fifth place in Magazine Drive, Eagle
Scout. to be an engineer
"The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge
to cross and which bridge to burn"
The smiles of my friends will always be my fond-
est memories. for they have given me the greatest
memories throughout high school.
MEEGAN RITA McGOLDRICK
Social Chairman. cheering, soccer, summers in
Westhampton. Remembers . . . The Weekend
. . .Champs. . .Dot's. . .Surprise Party. . .
Being Healthy . . . Manhatten. "By the Good
Grace. . Great times with great friends
"Never walk so fast that.
you can't stop and
smell the flowers."
A Smile and Be Happy
ROBIN JANE McGOWN
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and remember that peace there may be Rn
silence. With all its sham. drudgery and V
broken dreams, it is still a beautiful
world . . . strive and be happy" '
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"Friendship improves happiness
and abates misery.
by doubling ourjoy
and dividing our grief."
Saru. The Fiat. Beatles. Backroom. my parties.
M,T.C,I,. D.E.l.. Beatlemania. The Village.
Sweet Dreams Munchkinland.
"Never wait or hesitate. get in kid before it's too
late. you may never get another chance."
"None of life strings can last so I must be on my
way. . .and face another day
- G. Harrison
CYNTHIA ANN MCMAN US
Leaders. S.C.B.. Homeroom Rep.. V.P. Trojan
Club. Social Committee. Junior Honor Guard.
Homecoming '77. Gusto Guys. OJ.. The bomb.
P.T.R.S.. good times with friends.
"lf you smile at me I will understand. for that is
something we all do in the same language."
"Freedom freedom. we will not obey
Freedom. freedom. take the wall away
Freedom. freedom. we will not obey
Freedom. freedom. take them all away."
MONICA CATHERINE MCNALLY
Dude. Monique. Council. Sophomore Secretary.
class ring. My Flat. M.T.C.l.. April in Paris.
BEATLES. the backroom. parties. the beach.
"You and l have memories longer than the road
that stretches out ahead."
"Take it to the limit one more time."
Remembers good laughs with K.N. ' iliken with
M.B.. S.K.. L.M.. and K.N.. G ting small at
Centurians. Fren ' Club ' sident. S.C.B..
"Don't ' eh' m ' lfgtay Jt ead. D n't
walk inf t of eg may lt .J 'I 'alk
beside me ' n be m ' i d." A
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IAN PATRICK MaeLEOD
Captain Varsity Lacrosse and Soccer. Lacrosse
trip to Virginia. National Honor Society.
"All these places had their moments with lovers
and friends I still can recall some are dead and
some are living. In my life I've loved them all."
Grateful Dead. linglishtown. New .lersey
Skiing and Swamping. F.P.F.. CC .. I.L.C.
Festina Lenten llvlake Haste Slowlyl
Semper Eadenw tAlways the Samel
"Crescit Endo" llt grows as it Goesl
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"A friend is one who knows you as you are.
understands where you've been. accepts who
you've become. and still gently invites you to
LISA MARIE NIAGRO
Skiing Canada 77. llamptons 77 Mill. Ken.
A.H.R.C.. Trojan Club. Leaders.
"Kiss today good-bye. and point me toward
tomorrow - wish me luck. the same to you . .
S.C.B.. Trojan Club. Florida. penguins. and the
incredible Islanders. Laughing. cruising. and run-
ning amok, D, of IT.. "YesV' "Better late than
"Do what you want there is always a way, in this
life youive been given. don't throw any of it
Larry Burnett of I-'irelall
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"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for
I have seen yesterday and I love today."
Ambassador to Bielefeld. West Germany. J.V.
and Varsity Baseball, MAST Sports Editor, will
remember Mr. B., Mr. C.. and Mr. G.. "I o'clock
- be there!" Let's go N.D.
"Experience seems to be like the shining
of a bright lantern, It suddenly makes
clear in the mind what was already there.
perhaps, but dim."
Computer Room, Tennis. Mr. Briller's trigono-
metry class. Mr. Levine's conversational French
class. the French party in ll grade.
Down the pair-chambeted corridor of years. The
quiet shutting, one by one. . .of doors.
DAVID W. MANTZ
Varsity Bowling 1 I0-l l-l2l. German Club. Band.
Bob's Triangle Shell.
"A life lived for others is a life worth living."
A Albert Einstein
Mr. Briller - 3 long years. Brook's Thrifty, Bart
- "Like, the other day." Sap - "here" Led Zep.
Dr. Jimmy, the o.k.
"I don't need to fight.
to prove I'm right
I don't need to be forgiven" I
- Pete Townshend
Spanish Club, Fire Auxilliary, second period Sr.
Study, plans to sail around the world, become
independently wealthy, and retire to a life of ease
and comfort at a young age.
Concert Choir, Music Cathedral Choir, A.G.O. -
"Time is but the stream I go a-fishin'
in. I drink at it, but while I drink
l see the sandy bottom and detect '
how shallow it is. It's thin current, '
slides away, but eternity remains., 2
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Band - Vice President, Jazz Ensemble, German
Club, band initiation and trip to London A espe-
cially Picadilly Circus.
"Deutsch ist immer Vergniigenu
"I'm on the outside, looking inside. What do I
see! Much confusion, disillusion all around Me!!
RANDIE JEAN MATTLAGE
Remembers great times with K.C.. M.C., L.B..
P.B., "Ocean City 77." Mattituck 75, Montauk
Pt., QKate, Moa, and Moosej.
"Yesterday is but a dream and
tomorrow is only a vision, but
today well lived makes every
yesterday a dream of happiness and
tomorrow a vision of hope."
NANCY LEIGH MESSER
Once in a vision, I came on some woods
stood at a fork in the road.
My choices were clear,
Yet I froze with the fear
Of not knowing which way to go
One road was simple acceptance of life
The other offered sweet peace.
When I made my decision
My vision became my release
Friends. Track. Magazine Drive. G.A.A.. French
. .And when the night is cloudy there is
still a light that shines on me. .
President Concert Choir. Madrigalsl, Honor
Society. German Club. Masquers. St. Joseplfs
Choir. organ. piano. Austria-Germany trip. Jim
"The Lord respects me when I work.
But he loves me when I sing."
"Here is a test to find whether your
mission on earth is finished:
If you're alive. it isn't."
--- Richard Buch
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NANCY CAROL METZ
S.C.B.. my horse "Tiffany"
"May the road come up to meet you and the
wind be at-your back on the road to
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Dead at Englishtown. V.F,B.. "Glue"
"A friend of the devil is a friend of mine."
for long enough to know why my mind is
moving so fast and the conversation is
"Burn off all the fog and let the sun
through the snow."
"Let me see your face again before I
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Trojan Club. M,T.C,l.. Nelly. Fiat. Parties
Munchkinland. Bumble Bees. Homecoming at
the Chop. Reds.
"Though l know l'll never lose affection
for people :ind things that went before. l
know l'll often stop and think about them.
in niy life l've loved them all."
- The Beatles
Track. Celestones. "S.G.." retreats. camping.
traveling. Aruba. teaching and learning
"lf somebody doesn't do something now.
nothing will ever get better. It won't
land l'm somebody ll"
"lt's okay to feel afraid, but don't let
that stand in your way."
"Oh. these vast. calm. measureless
mountain days. . .
in whose li ht ever thin
Football. Lacrosse. Hockey, Trouble with Char-
lie. "Summer of 76." Bowling Team.
"Glad to get out. school could be cool."
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seems equally divine.
opening a thousand windows
to show us God."
"Always seek to understand others and you can-
not fail to love them."
LAURA M. MULLOOLY
Skiing, Canada, Waterskiing. Fishing. Cape Cod.
Hamptons. Summer. Art. painting. friends. learn'
ing. laughing. T.R.. M..l.D.
"We must do the best we can
With what has been given to us
And live today the best we can
For life is real and tomorrow
May only be a dream."
Goes swimming, waterskiing, boating and to the
beach. Plays baseball, likes the Yankees, softball,
and football. Runs Varsity winter and spring
track. Likes the Adirondacks and more rural
areas rather than cities.
"The world is but an apple for the ambitious to
ast lo s know
Yesterday is already a dream
and tomorrow is only a vision,
But today well lived makes every yesterday
a dream of happiness
And every tomorrow
a vision of hope.
Leaders, Field Hockey, Botany.
"This is only the beginning and we've only just
begun to realize the best is yet to come,"
In two years, I made many friends and learned
new things I have never known before. I thank all
who helped me make G.C.H.S. a place to remem-
"If I am happy and you,
And there are things to do,
It seems to be the reasons
Of this world."
Hanging out wasting time. Goodbye. Frost Val-
ley '74. E.O.. K.K.. L.M.. M.K.. B.R.
"Remember the good times and the good people.
Remember when things were easy. take time to
Band. England. V.T.R.. Masquers. A.V.. Fol-
"Everything has its season -
Everything has its time."
- Stephen Schwartz
ROY N ELSON
"There's fog up on the mountain
frost is clinging to the ground
days keep getting shorter
Ya know the winter's come around
this sure ain't the promised land
and I ain't hanging round
I'm packing up my traveling bags
and checking out of town"
- Bob Weir. King Fish
The Breakaway at Indian cove, the Islanders.
Having fun in Alicia's basement, "How many of
there are you" on the way to B.K.
"I'd rather look around me - compose a better
song 'cos that's the honest measure of my
KATHLEEN ANN NESSLER
Always remember great times with Mack. skiing
with Beth Tung Jr.. my period four shorthand
class. getting small at Centurian. lab partners.
Art Softball. S.M.'s New Year's eve parties. Mil-
"If you love something. let it go. if it comes back.
it's yours, if it doesn't it never was."
Memories of Holland, Seminar. Deer Hill my
second home. Candystriping. Queen my darlings.
"No book can teach itself. It is a hidden language
only heart can read."
"The secret of love is in opening up your heart.
It's O.K. to feel afraid. but don't let that stand in
THOMAS H. NOBLE
J.V. Football. Varsity Football. Varsity Football
Captain. Hampton Bays. Montauk Pt.. Ditch
Plains Gang. Surfing. Skiing. Sailing. New Jersey
and New Jerseyites.
THE GAME . . . is to stay Within the circle of
death. Taunting the inevitable. while avoiding
The horns with casual elegances. so . . . GO
"Kiss today good-bye. and point me toward
tomorrow -wish me luck. the same to you."
I love Florida and am going to attend the School
SCOTT J. NORDECK
ily. Soccer. Wrestling. Forestry or Oceanogra-
The truth of sport . . . plays rings around you
Soccer. Skiing. Rifle. Spanish Club. French Club.
Madrigals, Echo. Wrestling. Friends and an
"I said I love you.
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When we remember
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"The secret of life is enjoying the passage of
"You can try to run but you can't hide
from what's inside of you."
- Steely Dan
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Cheering. S.C'.B.. MAST. driving in the O'B
Mobile. MacTavish. sandstorms. F. C. L. M. M.
Bubblegum. Homecoming I977. many' thanks to
my family and friends.
"If you see someone without a smile. give him
SEAN P. O'C'ONNOR
Madrigals and CLBZXQ
"Imagination is more important than knowl-
- Albert Einstein
EDWARD LUKE O'C'ONNOR
Remembers Scabby"s Cutthrough. Raging in
Westhampton. Central Park concerts. Enjoys
Motocrossing. Molson's. skiing. Babes. C.D.B.
"Looking all around me. what do I see.
Lots of changing faces. and lots of things
But I am happyjust to be a part of all
As I turned 'round to look at you.
And you looked back at me."
- Dave Mason
.l.V. Tennis. Concert Choir. Madrigals. Remem-
bers my friends and all the good times we had.
"Happiness is not so much in having or sharing.
We make a living by' what we get but we make a
life by what we give."
Masquers Set Designer. everything else. induc-
tion. Remembrances: The Miss B imitation.
Drama Class movies. sharing locker with Lorrie.
happy times with friends. especially Apple-Pick-
ing Expedition! Aspiration be nurse. marry' Navy
"When you walk through a storm l
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ka' ef. Ferns. Llpstat' in Schuyler Lake! Priie , t I
pokkesssion the Sundankce Kid - Palomino horse. bio W s l k VK'
and guitar. --K sf CJ' I WD y - E Xl- f X
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Skiing, partying in the gondolas, Vermont ski
bum, ski into a girl then pick her up.
"Wreath the bowl with flowers of soul,
The brightest wit come find us,
Towards heaven tonight
and leave the dull earth behind,"
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"Change is the law of life and those who look
only to the past or present are sure to miss the
"This is all a dream we dreamed one afternoon
- Grateful Dead
"Everything is gonna work out alright just as
long as we keep movin' on."
- Charlie Daniels Band
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S.C.B. Executive Board, French Club President.
Junior Honor Guard, Grade Council, Trojan
"Yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow is
only a vision. But today, well-lived makes every
yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomor-
row a vision of hope."
JOHN J. OLVANY
Football, La-x, G.L.O.-6, Kad's room, skiing, the
"You can see it fading fast,
so you grab a piece of something
that you think is gonna last."
- Steely Dan
DAVID 0'SU LLIVAN
Varsity Lacrosse Goalie, Lacrosse trip to Vir-
ginia, skiing in Vermont, Big Al's Heroes. N.H.,
Commentating mass at St. .Ioe's, parties.
SANDRA OSPINA ,
"I know I'll never lose affection for the people
and thin s I can still recall. I know I'll often stop
and thini about them. In my life, I love them
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Waterskiing. Champs. "l'm sorry." Cutchogue.
V. parties. zoso. D.C.. LG.. FEJ. macaroni salad.
"The young become the old -
mysteries to unfold -
cause that's the way of time --
Nothin' stays the same -
Everything must change."
-- George Benson
the gentle touch
the little things
that mean so
the caring heart.
the sharing ways.
the smile that brightens
all our days. '
"Rivers belong where they can ramble
Eagles belong where they can fly
l've got to he where my spirit can run
free. Got to find my corner of the sky.
Leaders. Mast Clerical Editor. Trojan Club.
French Club. "D, of .l.T.." France. Good times
with good friends.
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"lt's so easy to hurt others
when you can't
- Daryl Hallfjohn Oates
"turn on to love"
- Jon Anderson
Sometimes you have to be to be heard.
v Swiss proverb
Class Historian, Student Council Delegate,
MAST, Discipline Committee, J.V. Baseball,
C.Y.O. Basketball, Intramural Basketball,
remembers water skiing in Mattituck with B.B.,
remembers Mattituck with J.D.
J.V. Football. Varsity Football, enjoys going to
practice, and going to Poconos on weekends
"Sometimes l laugh and cry,
and can't remember why, but
l still love those good times gone by."
MARK B. PETERSON
Varsity Tennis, J.V. Wrestling, MAST, Badmin-
ton, Soccer, Track. Enjoys summers in Maine,
skiing, eating, sleeping.
" - And let it be known it is not the amount of
friends that is important, but rather who they are,
and what they mean to you."
" - True friends are eternal"
Snow and Water Skiing, Paddleball, and Cook-
ing at Millcreek, Big Blue at Mt. Tremblant '76
corner of Yongs Ave. and Old North Rd. '77,
Mad Hatter E.Q. Bonew down the math wing,
S.C. at Bona's thinking of E.H.
"She's the woman of the world and God she
knows it" - S.T.
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boarding and skiing. Favorite groups Charlie
"Youre such a rich."
MARY ELIZABETH PRATT
Basketball. Volleyball. Softball. Bowling and
Field Hockey Teams. Student Council. G.A.A..
Honor Society. Math Tutor.
"lime it was
and what a time it was
It was. . .
A time of innocence
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Longago. . .lt inust be
l hate a photograph
Preserve your memories
'I hefre all that's left you.
RAY MON D POLLEY
J.V. lCapt.l. Varsity Cheerleader. GAA.. Key
Club. .lunior Honor Guard. S.C'.B.. Trojan Club.
lOth. llth. l2tl1 Grade founcils. Student Coun-
"lt takes both rain and sunshine to make a rain-
"When fate knocks you flat on your back.
remember she leaves you looking up."
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"I'll remember the student I'll remember the
school. But I hope I forget the rest of the fools"
- Grateful Dead
"Cast away our fears and all the years will come
and go and take us up -- always tip . . . we may
never pass this way again,"
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and love them still and all"
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with their kindness and generosity. have
me to be on my own. even though it might cause
them discomfort, I hope they stay around awhile
so that one day I can repay them for all they have
done for me.
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humanity. They are but trifles, to be sure: but,
scattered along life's pathway. the good they do
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weekends in Peconic, The moon Platoon, playing
the guitar, Led Zeppelin, the beach, jamming
with Edwood, Ed's Benz, racing with S.D.
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and things that went before. I'll often stop and
think about them in my life, I've loved them all."
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"You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt has
lost its taste. with what will it be salted?"
- Matthew 5: I3
"And you shall be called Sought Out. a city not
-Isaiah 62: I2
Glory be to God in the highest and on earth
peace, good will toward men.
SUSAN V. ROSEN
And it's only the giving that makes you what you
- .Ian Anderson
This above all: to thine own self be true and thou
cans't not then be false to any man
I'll always remember Kitty . Naura, Di, and my
little friend and senior year: Let's do the time
"To each his preference."
"Rock 'n roll!"
"Do not follow here the path may lead . . . Go
instead where there is no path. and leave u trail
LYNDA SACK ETT
"Friends I will remember you
Think of you. dream of you
And when another day is through
I'll still be here with you."
"Oh. I love the life within me
I feel a part of everything I see
And oh. l love the life around me
A part of everything is here in me
CAROL LYNN SAGER
German Club. a devoted YANKEE fan, loves
skiing and Jethro Tull
. . and it's only the giving that makes you
what you are."
Ian Anderson - Jethro Tull
Leaders. MAST. Honor Society. S.C.B.. Trip to
France. French Club. Trojan Club. D. of J.T.
"Time changes and we with time but not in the
ways of friendship."
KENNETH JAMES SAPANSKI
"Learn as ifyou were Io live forever:
Live as if you were to die tomorrow."
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Football and Waterpolo. hoping to visit Spain
soon. lox e winter.
LYNN MARIE SCHIATTA
Troiain Club. Social Committee. MAST. Cruising
MATT SCAN LAN
"Keep a fire burning in your eye and pay atten-
tion to the open sky."
-- Jackson Browne
in the O'B Mobile. WOP, Cham s. Sandstormg
Vlaefavish. M. C. F.
'tHello is a beautiful word when said with a
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Alpha Omega Theta. Social Committee. Grade
Council Representative IZ. Partying. Warm
. .and when the night is cloudy. there is still a
light that shines on nie. shine until tomorrow Let
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S.C.B.. Troian Club. the Hamptons. Ski trips.
Canada. cruising. Chop. and getting small.
"ln making others happy you will be happy too.
for the happiness you giveaway returns to shine
"I will always treasure the great times l'x'e had
with friends. because these are the good old
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Europe. Grateful Dead and New Riders. Moped-
ing over to Jerry's. hitting the course.
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GEN EVIEVE SCHROEDER
L.M.H. weekend, Big Indian Mt.. Englishtown
N..l.. I'll never forget Lynn. Lisa. and Sue and all
the good and had times we went through
together. They have always been there when I
needed them. I hope I never live to see the day
that they won't he there when I need them,
Varsity Track. Literary Editor of INKSPOTS
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On the first warm winds of
Feelings newly found
Don't look down
Take as much as you think you ought to
Givejust as much as you can
Don't forget what your failures have
Or else you'll learn them all over again. .
Hockey. CLC. Wings Goalie l0th. I lth. l2th.
Enjoys walking along the beach. sunsets, and life.
Take care . . , "For the time has come to say
goodbye. our times together may be ended. but
our memories will linger on forever."
Live, Love. and Laugh!
"All I know is that I know nothing."
MELANIE LISA SIMBERKOFF
Masquers. football games
Friends are near and far between. . .
BARBARA ANN SLIWOSKI
"We're all like the working of one mind: the fea-
tures of the same face, blossoms upon one tree:
of first. and last, and midst. and without end."
"Give me strength to speak my mind.
Give me the sun and peace of mind."
- Peter Frampton
"I'm glad it's all over 3 thank God it's the end.
Must say it's been different - wouldn't do it
Once again, I think back tojunior high days and
the growth of everything and all amazes me.
Remember. no one can make you feel inferior
without your consent.
- Eleanor Roosevelt
Some men see things as they are and say, why. I
dream things that never were and say, why not?
- Robert F. Kennedy
PHYLLIS ANN SMITH
Masquers - props. cast parties, seminar. Deer-
hill, warm fuzzies
"Kiss today good-bye.
And point me towards tomorrow.
Wish me luck.
The same to you."
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"SchooIdays were the happiest days, But we
never appreciate the good times, We've had until
it's too late. I'll miss all the acquaintances I've
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Skiing, Sailing, Backpacking, Rock Climbing,
Kung Fu Club, President of Bicycle Club.
"Reaching what seems to be an impossible goal
can sometimes be made possible."
Madrigals. Varsity Tennis, Basketball.
"Now, this is not the end. It is not even the begin-
ning of the end. But it is perhaps, the end of the
- Winston Churchill
'tSomeday we will all look back at these days and
have a good laugh or a good cry. or both."
ECHO Sports Editor. Madrigals. National
Ilonor Society. I-'oreign Policy Forum. Will
always remember the "Boat'i and the 5 B's.
"No man is an island,"
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President of Honor Society and Leaders. Student
Council Parliamentarian. S.C.B. Executive
Board. Magazine Drive Treasurer. MAST Edi-
tor. Grade Council. G.A.A.. Homecoming '77.
"Good friends last forever." "Ere I forgot all the
Joy that is mine today."
"lt is never any good dwelling on good-byes: It is
not the being together it prolongs: it is the part-
Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply.
to enjoy simply. to think freely. to risk life. to be
There are places I remember all my life.
though some have changed.
some forever not for better
Some are gone and some remain.
All these places have their meanings
With lovers and friends I still can recall
Some are dead and some are living.
In my life. I've loved them all.
Dream deep for every' dream precedes the goal,
The way you go must be your decision
FRANCES JEAN STEIN
Varsity Cheerleader. S.C.B.. Social Committee.
Homecoming '77. "Champs." the O.B. Mobile.
"Hold on to what is good. hate what is evil. Work
hard and don't be lazy. Let hope keep you joyful
and be patient in your troubles."
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"I feel the pull on the rope let me off at the rain-
Ijpstate with "GSMGLOLP" fthe ditch!l CMM
Strawberry Fields Forever. Funky's Summer of
'77, "This year was different." Thanks Mom and
Dad. All my love to Stephen 8!23!76. "What a
long strange trip it's been!"
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LIN DA STEWART
A.Y.S.O. Soccer. J.V. Softball. C.S.F.. Varsity
Badminton. Varsity Tennis. Orchestra. Seminar.
J.V. Basketball. Band. Bowling. Kung Fu Club.
"Friends and experiences come and go
so quickly with time
They're gone before we even realize it.
But they never really leave us as long
As we keep and place them in our
Remembers skiing. France. and the Cliffs.
"I'll see ya at the village corner."
JOAN MARIE S'I'OLI"I
P.T.R.. getting small with all! Hell-nite lBeers-
Uplj. Homecoming '77. Big Fig!! "Chopping lt."
Will never forget that Great Assembly. Juana
"There are two ways of spreading
the light. in this world:
Be the candle. or the mirror that
DENNIS R. SWEENEY
Alpha Omega Theta. Varsity and J.V. Lacrosse
and Soccer. Council. remembers the parties. M.
and U.. Bugs Bunny. Gemini
"I will remember all the good things I have done
and good times I have had and try to forget the
- me. myself. and I
KEVIN RICHARD SWEENEY
.l.Y, and Varsity Baseball. working at Belmont.
'77 trip to Virginia. 550.00 movie
"Rivers belong where they can ramble.
Eagles belong where they can fly.
Iixe got to he where my spirit can be free.
Gotta find my corner of the sky."
All the things I really like to do are either
immoral. illegal. or fattening.
When all is lost. the future still remains.
Eagle Scout. Bob's Triangle Shell. ANCHOR.
Life is what you make it.
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Floor Hockey. Hoops. S.S. Wing. Englishtown.
the Park. Aloha. the Course
" f- a lost of poor man make a five dollar. keep
him happy all the time. some other Fella's mak'in
nothin at all. and you can hear him cryin."
H- the Dead
"A ship is safe in a harbor. but that's not what it
was built for."
Parties Hither. Heineken. concerts. camping.
cars. Music Jones beach. hockey. ice skating.
driving. Hot tuna and Jefferson Airplane.
"On this road I'm walking on I see my way
Paradise. I'm living for each and every day
But the crossroads of the past Nothing more
Good times now but we can See our way."
Waterskiing. sailing. vacations.
"A smile is worth a thousand words,"
Flatbush. Brooklyn. The B-9. Kearny Marl-
boro Crowd. Focus. Camelot. Kung Fu I love
you T.K.. M.A.. CS. Y.P.. M.C,
Q "I've taken my fun where l've found it:
I've rogued an' I've ranged in my time'
I've 'ad my pickin o' sweethearts.
. . An ONE o' the lot was prime."
"So as sure as the sun will shine
I'm going to get my share now
f MS. and JG.
"Trouble ahead. Trouble Behind
And you know that notion
Just crossed my mind."
Freebird L.S.. CDB
KATHLEEN THERESE TYNAN
Student Court Judge. Discipline Committee.
Field Hockey. Tennis. P.T.R.. camp. unforgetta-
ble friends and memories from Holy Child. Bos-
ton weekend. lifeguard. Tab. hot pink. E.J.T..
piano. Halloween '77
V "All of us have two educations:
' one which we receive from
TERESA TROY others: another. and the most
..Temy., valuable. which we give ourselves,"
' -- John Randolph
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DIANE MARIE LIRBAN
Celestones. Masquers. Deerhill. Lazarium.
D.I5.C.. Dinner parties. hole-in-the-wall. memo-
"Scattered pictures of the smiles vxe left
Smiles we gay e to one another
Maybe beautiful and yet what's too painful to
We simply choose to forget
So it's the laughter we will remember
Whenever we remember. the way we were."
I KATHLEEN VIERENGEL
"Sail on silver girl. sail on by. Your time has
come to shine. all your dreams are on their way."
f'May be if we think and hope and wish and pray
it might come true. . .wouldn't it be nice."
DOUGLAS VAN WICKLER
Band. President of Jazz Ensemble. Orchestra.
German Club . . .Remembers Band trip to Eng-
land. especially the Cockney Pride Tavern in Pic-
"Friendship isa language the blind can read. and
the deaf ean hear,"
"Show me a good loser and I'll show you a man
playing golf with his boss."
RICHARD KIRK VonSEEI.EN
Breezely. Big Metal. Twinkletoes. Homecoming
at the Chop. Trojan Warrior. Halloween at
K.T.'s, good times with Kathy. Southhold. Shi-
rus. M.E.'s party October second. getting small
with .l.C. at the Centurion. swinging Czech. Var-
sity Soccer and Lacrosse. B.A,A. President.
BRIAN .lOSIiPll VIiNABl.IiS
Ilyou think you are beaten.
lfyou think you'd like to win. but c:tn't.
lt's almost a "cinch" you won't.
lfyou think you'll lose. you're lost,
For out in the world you'll find.
Success begins with a fellow's will.
It's all in the state of mind.
LORIANNE M. WALLICK
Celestones. Madrigals. "Barbara-Ann." to M.
and D.. thanks for being great XXOO Me
"Walk with love in your heart. and you will never
Born to ti humble family in northern Pennsylva-
nia. he made a nuisance of himself as writer for
ECHO. Honor Society member. Student Ambas-
sador to Italy. Junior Class President,
"l don't care to belong to any social organization
that would accept me asa member."
-- Groucho Marx
"What a strange trip it's been."
-The Grateful Dead
Varsity Wrestling l0. ll. l2. Captain. Varsity
Gymnastics Captain. Band. MAST. FUBAR
with M.P..J.H.. and B.H.. J,C.. New Hampshire.
"So before we end - and then begin. we'll
drink a toast to how it's been.
We know it's all a passing phase.
But l' It mxhese da
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it for an hour, or for years.
We say it smiling. say it choked with
We say it coldly. say it with a kiss.
And yet we have no other word than
"Talk about your plenty.
Talk about your ills. . .
One man gathers what
another man spills."
-V Grateful Dead
"Life -- as they say is but a game
and they let it slip away. like the
twilight in the road up ahead they
don't seejust where we're going
Cast away our fears and all the
years will come and go
And take us up- always up."
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CLAIRE ELIZABETH WITTECK
"May the road rise up to meet you
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face.
The rains fall fast upon your fields.
May God hold you
In the palm of his hand.
Grateful Dead. Hot tuna. The park. course funky
times. The attic. Enjoys fishing. camping. hunt-
ing and frisbee. Works at A. and P. Europe of 72.
Hanging out. the moon rise at Jones Beach. Moto
Cross. Coruairs. andjust being "Crazy Wojo."
"Call any vegetable and the chances are good
that a vegetable will respond to you"
- F. Zappa
CHRISTOPHER JOHN WYDLER
Varsity Wrestling. Masquers. F.P.F.. ECHO.
MAST. National Honor Society. Skiing. Bio.
Boston. Mass., Fishkill, N.Y.. Yes. Zeppelin. the
"If I leave here tomorrow would you still
remember me? For I mustlbe traveling on
now. 'Cause there's places I got to see."
VERONICA MARY WOLF
Keep smiling Mr. Sonander. Honor Society.
F.N.A.. S.C.B.. Key Club. Candystriper. to be a
"No goal is too high if you have confidence in
Varsity Soccer. J.V. Soccer, J.V. Lacrosse. S.C.B..
Foreign Policy Forum, French Club. MAST.
Student Council Delegate. ECHO.
"To accomplish great things we must not only
plan but also believe."
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President of Technical Directors tStudiot, S.C'.B.
Matdrigals. Disciplinary Review Board. Haiti
Fire Aux.. Hoke Comm.
"Never let school interfere with your education,"
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2. Mary Kate Dowden. Joe Chiarello 2. Joe Chiarello. Hope Sicoutry
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l. Dennis Sweeney.
2. Greg DiNoto,
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SC l. John Horcher. Candy Curry
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2. Alec Stais. Anne Huschle
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l. Lory Messinger. Brian Venables l. Andy Himelstein. Carole Springer
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Giordano, K. Halikias, C. Indelicato, E. Krawchuk, E. Lazarus, P
McDonald, J. Mannix, M. Marchelos, C. Morreale, J. Mulligan. C
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Fajans, A. Fischer, R. Foster, K. Frey, K. Giacini, A. Gib-
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T. Logan, C. McDowell, K. Niederreither. N. Nolan, R. Pom-
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J. Amato. B. Baird. S. Barnett, T. Bianco, V. Boyd, K. Buckley, P.
Burns. J. Burnside. J. Cahill. E. Clancy, L. Dellolacono, R. Diamond,
T. Dick, M. Downing, M. Evers, D. Flanagan, M. Gallagher, C. Gor-
don. S. Gray. S. Gust, K. Kaliban. R. Kelly. S. Lavorando, A.
McGowan, E. Maffucci, R. Marino. T. Murphy, R. Rick, M. Rieger
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L. Bonavenlura, A. Cadwell, L. Cappoli, C. Chirico, C. Collins
J. Cosgrove, K. Dooley, J. Duddy, B. Ernst, B. Himelstein, P
Hollis. M. Jones, P. Kelly, C. Krebs, J. Lynch, J. Marcin, R
Moloney, C. Newman, J. O'Neill, L. Pappas, S. Pate, M. Paxton
M. Regan, J. Rix, L. Sackett, S. Selby, C. Thumser, R. Wagner
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Bello, S. DeMaio. C. Edwards. N. Egan. S. Franz, R. Garrigan. L.
Genberg, P. Iaquinta. A. Ingrassia, P. Jankowski, K. Katonah, N.
McDonough. M. Morra, T. Mueller, D. Murphy, J. Nakchi, K.
Pechenik, T. Reis. C. Roman. K. Santry. E. Trinca. S. Yuter, T.
Walker. R. Wall
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T. Asher, J. Bennett, A. Bick, T. Brillat, E. DiNoto, T. Dooley, M
ter, P. Mulvaney, P. Nessler. K. O'Connor, L. O'Leary, P. Polley, R
varo, K. Watson
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A. Bambach, R. Burggraf, B. Conza, S. Corrie. R. Dolan, J.
Dunne, T. Fitzsimons. L. Fonseca, K. Furman, J. Gibson, P. V J
Gordon, D. Greco, E. lngrassia, J. Kenny, R. Johnson, B. Lude-
mann, P. Lutz, G. Menig, A. Nicols, L. Reardon, L. Rebell, P. 'M
Rudolph, D. Sanossian, E. Schmitt, J. Smith, S. Sudholz, C. 'QQ
Thoet, W. Wilson, T. Wright '
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C. Balboni, R. Caselli, D. Chiarello, C. Connolly, P. Cullen, J.
Dalzell, E. Fernandez, J. Fonseca, E. Haas. R. Hammond, J.
Heilshorn, R. Hersey, J. Hirche, M. Kane, M. Keefe, J. King, C.
McCarthy, S. Mallis, D. Murphy, M. Nickson, T. Nothel, B.
O'Connell, N. Olsen, K. Patterson, N. Sciarrotto, W. Spencer, M.
Virgil, J. Waters, N. Zach
P. Beaudet, M. Brancato, A. Burke, R. Burns, P. Charles, J. Connolly,
E. Crafa, J. Curi, J. DeFazio, D. DeMay, M. Gallagher, P. Gallagher,
M. Hoffman, J. Hummel, P. Kalafatis, N. Krug, J. Lavelle, J. Leone, S.
McDermott, A. Mercante, M. O'Connor, D. O'Shea, L. Patterson, J.
Perduto, C. Pompilio, J. Reifschneider, D. Roepken, H. Tang, B.
Thompson, W. Tierney
Fox, N. Gallic, M. Griffin, T. Griffith, S. Jung, C. Koch, P. Koppen-
hofer, L. McDonough, K. McGann, J. MacLeod, P. Mahan, C. Mol-
Pratt, E. Tacchi, L. Tollner, L. Trotter, C. Ulfik, M. E. Valyo, P. Var-
E. Anderson, D. Buehler, B. Crofton, D. Deane, A . Foehr, J. Haleem.
V. MacLeod, W. Mannion, D. Norton, T. Poz, R. Regan, B. Roche, S.
Rosen, E. Sackett, D. Schneider, P. Serafin, J. Sullivan, F. Takach. R.
Thoet, R. Varney, J. Virgilio, J. Watts, C. Wright
Homeroom 1 12
D. Bindel, D. Bindel. P. Birkenstock, M. Boring, Cr. Halpin, J.
Hauswirth, J. Jaeger, K. Johnson, L. Kallem, K. Kiernan, M.
Lee, J. Latito, G. McMahan, V. Madden, B. Malloy, D. Mesloh,
R. O,Connell, M. Oravec, D. Payton, T. Petersen, R. Rudkin, R.
Rasor, L. Sorrentino, A. Turchiano, K. Van Meter, K. Varvaro,
. Homeroom 126
D. Baumgratz, C. Brink, J. Cullen, C. Debler, M. Digan, B. Duff-
ner, C. Falk, J. Fleig, L. Gitelman, D. Hiltz, A. Hummel, R. Jae-
ger, G. Koester, J. Lubin. K. Lucano, P. McLoughlin, J. Morin-
giello, K. Oberst, A. Paykin, A. Priest, M. Redmond, A. Ryan, J.
Schroeder, J. Stasco, S. Strom, S. Van Wickler, J. Vione, L. Willis
B. Connolly, K. Crowe. B. Daly, M. Delahunty, G. Deysine, J. Dool-
ing, A. Epp, M. Franz, J. Hasslacher, R. Jenkins, R. Jones, K. Keane.
E. Krecko, P. Kwee. M. Laing, E. Losee, T. McCarthy, J. Merrihew, C.
Munro, C. O'Hare, M. O'Keefe, C. Pizzarello, M. Philippides, P. Shan-
non, M. Stais, C. Tsai, C. Umbach, D. Vacchiano, L. Vought
Homeroom 134 Q
D. Basile, Y. Campbell, R. Carton, L. Conte, P. Dausch, R. From-
mann, D. Furey. M. Furlong. E. Hogan, E. Holobigian, V. Karay-
iannis, R. Kent. P. Kuhnel. J. Lovaglio, B. Lynch, S. Maher, F
Materia, P. McCarthy, M. McGuire, C. Molloy, C. Napolitane, T.
Nowack, J. Paterakis, M. Sekas, K. Smith, J. Stein, R. Telfeyan, J
Wagner, J. Waluk
S. Delahunty, A. Eftimiou, G. Freeman, S. Eschmann, D
Fusco, J. Heiselman, P. Hobson, J. Horstmann, T. Kettrick
M. Knoerzer, W. Kuhlman, N. Leininger, P. Licitra, M
Milano, E. Moran, J. Mullooly, K. Murphy, P. Napolitano, H
Newman, W. Odell, P. Olmsted, A. Palagonia, W. Peak, D
Pineman, T. Reifschneider, L. Roellig, M. Skolnik, J. Tierney
C. Turner, E. Weisburg, L. Winter
C. Ahlberg, C. Barrera, M. Bennett, J. Beyer, P. Bode, D
Caruso, P. Cersauolo, P. Cornacchio, R. Cureton, W
Emmert, R. Fairgrieve, P. Gasperin, I. Gutekunst, W. Harder
M. Hazel, R. Holman, P. Karejwa, P. Knapp, R. Laboda, P
Larie, J. McGratty, M. McGowan, D. Mantz, C. Nouryan. O
liams, J. Woodward
R. Attardi, A. Baris, J. Beck. P. Casale, J. DeCastro, K. Deegan, B. Dies,
K. Dodd, D. Dumas, M. Erskine. C. Friedrich, B. Gibbons, R. James, K
Kenny, W. Kimmons, S. Kraker. B. Leiter, T. McGroary, P. Mannion, A.
Monahan, C. O'Connor, S. Ostrowski, D. Pamas, M. Pirrmann, G. Smith
A. Stevens. T. Terranova, N. Tredwell
Papoulas, L. Semmes, J. Sena, D. Slattery, M. Smith, E. Wil-
C. Blank, J. Cavallo, P. Dietz, M. Dowden, C. Durand, E. Jackson, W
Keller, L. Lorenson, M. McGowan, M. McPartland, M. Maloney, D
pin, K. O'Shea, K. Paulini, M. Pramnieks, M. Preziosi, J. Puvogel, R
Reuper, J. Schlapp, H. Schuster, L. Smith, C. Snaido, F. Stutzmann
K. Sweeney, S. Treber, G. Vitale
K. Allison, S. Becker, J. Buttafuoco, D. Capruso, D. Castellano,
M. Craner, P. DiGiorgi, C. Farrell, E. Farrell, B. Fleener, K.
Frazer, T. Gordon, B. Hildreth, D. Howe, J. Judge, K. Lanning,
S. LoPresti, S. Moyers, T. Murtagh, L. Meira, M. Neira, T.
Nimmo, C. Petrone, P. Schmut, J. Sena, K. Steinbrecher, E. Sut-
ton, N. Victory, H. Vollmer, T. Wallace, K. Wren, M. Zeitlin
D. Bartges, M. Buczkowski, B. Carlson, G. Cox, C. Douglas, D
Drewitz, J. Edwards, A. Falvey, J. Fitzsimmons, J. Foley, A
Galassi, M. Grogan, L. Hagerty, K. Holfelder, D. Housman, C
Keller, E. McCartney, T. Mortensen, K. Mortisugu, G. Nesi, D
Norris, C. O'Connell, A. Peterson, S. Pratt, J. Raia, M. Regan, T
Schauf, K. Scollard, M. Segre, S. Simberkoff, F. Stabile, L
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berg, L. Healy, L. Hegdal, R. Hegeman, D. Hoffman, S. Lynch, V.
Spanos, G. Springer, L. Stration, R. Tejani, R. Todaro, B. Wildermuth
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Mineo, D. Montalbine, M. Murray, E. Nicols, M. Noonan, L. O'Hal-
E. Bauer, S. Chisholm, M. Collins, M. Duggan, S. Fiorentino, S. Gen-
Monsees, R. Martin, S. Millward, W. Murphy, S. Nicklin, S. Noble, H.
Park, V. Peppard, T. Primrose, M. Rice, S. Rombach, R. Reardon, W.
E. Burke. J. Burton. J. Debe. D. DiGaetano. C. Dowler. J. Durkin, D.
Dwyer. E. Finegan. B. Fottrell. E. Golinowski. J. Helmus. T. Hersey.
M. Joyce. N. Lewis. M. McCarthy. D. MacLeod. J. Merwath. B. Nort-
ham. S. O'Keefe. J. Quinlan. M. Ruebsamen. R. Sapanski. S. Scal-
chunes. P. Schauf. J. Schaus. D. Stemple. L. Stevens. R. Venier
J. Adams C Aquila D Bartolf G Bock K Bocklet D Burke
R. Capreol. M. Caputo. B. Cheikes. E. Chrobet. K. Curry, P
Dougherty. J. Durand. J. Fennessy, C. Gallic, J. Gerace. H
Gitelman, L. Harrington. M. Higgins. P. Hopkins. P. Huschle. J
Keating. A. Kinn. T. Larkin. P. LoSardo. B. McAlvin. C. Oles-
J. Angus, K. Beatty. C. Becker. L. Bedeian. M. Berdel. R. Bill
S. Bonfilio. T. Brittan. D. Bumcrot. P. Casey. G. Chianese. S
Collins. C. Cooney, E. Costello. C. Debany. P. DeSantis. D
Franz, M. Georgi. V. Greene. M. Kramer. T. Schlapp. L. Sex-
ton. C. Sullivan. F. Sweeney. R. Vaughn. C. Wheeler. J. Zwicke
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J. Aloia. D. Berardino. B. Bliss, L. Borzilleri. M. Buckley, P. Burke. A.
Caruso. S. Chandler, S. Condon. R. Forster. J. Gagliardo. J. Gal-
lagher. J. Galvin. J. Gassert. W. Glaws. J. Gowan. J. Gordon. A.
Gupta. A. Hampson. J. Holmes. P. Holmes. V. Houston. N. Hoffelder.
R. Ironside. K. Kohart. D. Koslow. P. Lazaradis. P. Margaritis. B.
Noho. A. Vicory. C. Witteck
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The liaison between the student body and the high school administration. the Student Council. had a very successful year. The
Council was led by John Olvany fPres.l. John Horcher Nice Pres.J, Mary Donnelly tSecretaryD. Matt Dennen fTreasurerJ. Car-
ole Springer fParliamentarian5. and Tara Mannion fSergeant-at-Armsl. The two faculty advisors. Dr. James Tarrou and Dr. Ger-
ald Dolan were very helpful to the council. The council started off the year with a successful GO. Drive and Spirit Day dance in
late September. The council sponsored Winter Wonderland Dance was a financial success and the funds from this dance were put
to work on such activities as the Battle of the Bands. the Computer Dance. and community service projects involving the elderly.
The Student Council also contributes time and money to the various other high school activities.
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Bottom Row: T. Mannion. J. MaCloud. and M. Domaly. Second Row: J. Olvaney. L. Willis. M. Kramer. J. Burton. M.
McGowan. and J. Kirk. Third Row: S. Yanopoulas. E. Cirona. L. McDonough. J. Smith. R. Varney. B. Chute. R.
McCloy. M. Murphy. H. Buckley. Fourth Row: C. McCarthy. C. Molloy. M. E. Valyo. G. DiNoto. C. Lewis. J. Tierney.
T. Riess. and B. Carrs. Fifth Row: J. Horcher.
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Siiting: C. Wydler. T. Mannion. E. McAlvin. P. DeNoia. C. Callahan. Firsl Row: B. Cattani, B. Chute. A.
Huschle. A. Himelstein. R. LeCompte. B. Himelstein. A. Stais. Second Row: R. Coffin. CL McCarthy. J. Macloed.
J. Beck, B, Fox. J. Repetto. S. Nicklin. H. Gitelstein. J. Patarakus. C. Tsai. K. Moritsuqu. R. Varney. E. Bauer.
Third R0rw."R, Wall. R. Morra. T. Mortenson. A. Smith. R.Tejani. y y
C The monthly school newspaper. ECHO. serves to keeptthe student body informed while
exposing its staff to the rigors of today'sjournalismL Included infthis year's format were guest
colums. art contests. numerous reviews. a gossip 'coltumnytand in-depth news. features. lerr a nd
sports stories. if
The I977-78 Staffis as follows: Andy Himelstein, Editor-in-Chief. Richard LeComte, News
Editor? Bruce tHimelstein.VAssociate News flrf E ditor. Anne Huschle. Features Editor. Alec Stais.
Sports Editor, Beth Chute. Associate Features Editor. Robert Cattani. Photography Editor.
Chris McCarthy. Cartoonist. Christine DeNoia. Business Manager. Eileen McAlvin.fAdvertis-
inglVlanI:1ger.' A A f J .
Selected for their excellence in the areas of scholarship.
leadership and citizenship. National Honor Society members
tutor. compute honor roll standings and serve the community
in various ways. This year. a Senior Citizens Day was held in
November. The Club hopes to organize a community-wide
toy drive and complete the Orientation film this year. Officers
of this year's Honor Society are: C. Springer - President. C.
McCarthy A Vice-President. M. Garabaldi Y Treasurer. J.
Gentile - Honor Rating Chairman. and B. Foran e Honor
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Fran! Ron C McCarthy C Wydler S Yannopoulos F. Carter. L. Lynn, M. Garabaldi. J. Golden. Middle Row: C.
Henneberger J Gentile K O Neill B Foran C DeNoia. M. Gibbons. K. Vierengel. E. Rippe. J. Dunne. Back Row:
A Stais T Rider A Himelstein R Coffin D Miller C. Springer, M. Pratt. B. Watson. C. Kirsty. R. LeCompte. D.
Bnlmm Raw: N. Gordon. B. Foran. L. Winegard. S. O'Dell. B. Addy. Mrs. Spiers. A. Huschle, and P. Smith. Second Row: C. Moreale. P. Mulraney, R.
Lazarus. S. Cirona. L. Pelton. L. Nouryan. J. Gentile. S. Rosen. R. LeCompte. M. Crane. J. O'Neill. J. Repetto. A. Bamhack. Top Row: A. Levin. B.
Daniels. M. Simberkoff.
Bolmm Raw: C. Nouryan. J. McEnery. D. Furey. B. Chikas, J. DeCastro. Mrs. Spiers, B. Ironsides, P. Bode. Second Row: L. Golinowski, P. Kuhnel. S.
Lynch. C. Wydler. S. Nicklin, R. Tejani. R. Dolan. A. Kinn. M. Skolnik. M. Sekas. Top Row: T. Turchiano. S. Indelicato, D. Fusco. L. Sorentio. C.
O'Hare. D. Baumgralz. M. Lainge. P. Delahunl. L. Edwards. D. Schneider.
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Masquers, the school's dramatic cluh. is an activity that involves many students in its three major pro-
ductions: The Man Who Came to Dinner. The Children's Theatre production of Aesop's Fallahles. and
One Foot in Heaven. Under the dedicated sponsorship of Mrs. Inez Spiers. Ms. Linda Brownell. and Mr.
Jim McAleese. students are exposed to the numerous phases of stage production. Through the unified
efforts of the committees. actors. and sponsors. the cluh presents three major student-directed produc-
tions. one of which isa popular Children's Theatre presentation. Masquers provides not only an enjoya-
ble. rewarding activity but also first-hand experience in the group art of the theatre.
SElII8cf.' E. Cirona. J. Smith. M. Valyo. T. Mannion. L. Rayel. Standing: C. Springer. S. Graham. L. Mes-
singer. L. McDonough.
Magazine Drive - The Drive is the approved fund raising activity for the school.
Though the drive is organized and run by five senior girls and selectedjunior appren-
tices, all students are encouraged to sell. Forty percent of the money is retained by
the school and distributed to the student council, the Garden City Student Exchange
Program and the three high school classes. These profits fund council and class
activities. Incentives, in the form of attractive prizes, are provided to students achiev-
ing sales quotas,
Bark Row: A. Himmelstein. D. Mannix. Front Row: A. Noble. C. Noonan. S. O'Dell. Missing From Picrures J. Birkenstock. J. Dunne. C. lmgram.
K. Johnson. J. Sullivan. and B. Watson.
The Garden City International Student Exchange is a program whereby Garden City students are given an
opportunity to live in a foreign country and thus obtain a valuable cross-culture experience. This past summer,
1977. twelve Summer Ambassadors spent six to seven weeks living with their families in various countries through-
out Europe and Israel.
The Spanish Club is comprised
of students who wish to further
their knowledge of Spanish cul-
ture. The club,s activities consist
of restaurant and theatre trips,
international meals and many
other group projects.
Bonom Row: J. MacLeod. T. Reardon, A.
Nichols. B. Chute. K. Niederreither. Sec-
ond Row: A. Bick. R. Wall. S. Cirona. C.
Noonan. K. McGowan. L. Bonaventure.
H. Buckley. E. Fox. S. Foster, J. Beck. Top
Row: A. Huschle. M. O'Brien. M. Donato.
First Row: L. Ingrazzia. S. Suthold. E. Wal-
zack. J. Reifschneider. R. Morra. J. Garvey,
M. Kelly. K. Tedesco. C. Newman. Second
Row: J. Sullivan. M. Virgil. M. Kane. K. Hali-
kias. R. Wall. K. O'Neil. M. Mack, J. Beck,
A. Williams. R. Dolins. L. Genberg. Third
Row: Cv. Petropoulos. B. Chang. B. Watson
C. McCarthy. E. Rippe. L. McDonough. E.
Fox. L. Bonaventura. S. Forster, R. Paterson,
K. Klemanowicz. K. Kiernan. Miss McAteer.
S. Yannopolous. L. Messinger. J. Birken-
stock. E. Theoharides. J. Perduto. D. Reinig,
A. Smith. J. Dunne. J. DeRaddo. C. Ryan.
One of the largest and most popular organizations within the high school, the French Club is com-
prised of students who wish to further their French knowledge. Under the superb leadership of Kathy
O'Neill fPres.J, Jeff Beck fVice Pres.J, Maryellen Mack fSoc. Chmn.J, Roger Wall fTreas.j and Ginny
Boyd fSec.J, the French Club enjoyed one of the most active and successful years in its history. Activi-
ties included trips to restaurants, cultural excursions to New York City, bicycling, and the ever-popu-
lar "Partie Joyeux Noel." The club was directed under the outstanding supervision and patience of
club sponsor, Miss Joan McAteer.
The Italian-Latin Club is a select group of individuals dedicated to pre-
serving the ideals of ancient Rome.
President W- Paul Maher
V.P. - Chris Callahan
Sec. - Alec Stais
Treas. - Larry Lynn
High Minister - Chris McCarthy
Advocates of Inner Roman Culture e Sketch QKenb Schauf.
Cornelia CCeciliaJ Balboni. Carolyn fAudreyj Lewis, Audrie
fMorraJ Murphy. Chantal Cheikes. Raul fPaulJ Kuhnel. Daphne
tLil' Flowery Yenal.
Bollom Row: S. Selby. M. O'Brien. Second Row: L. Schiatta. K. Curry. K. Foster.
J. Dunne. A. Stais. Third Raw: B. Watson. L, Lynn. C. Callahan. P. Maher. A.
Himelstein. C. McCarthy.
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Bonam Row: M. Regan. J. Campbell. A. Fischer. B. Ludemann. M. Gibbons. S. Forster. A. Trivilino. J. Fonseca. L. Dodd? C. J
Donerty. Second Row: R. Franz. M. Synder. K. Niederreither. J. Jaeger. D. Meslon. A. DeNoia, C. DeNoia. C, Friedrich. S. Terzi
M. Evers. E. Fox. Third Row: Mr. Guddat. T. Curi. A. Hitler. D. Bartolf. M. McGuire. D. Dohn, B. Papoulas. C. Sager. D. Maninix
P. Cullen. B. Almquist. B. Fitzgerald. Y. Condelli. L. Edwards. L. Fonseca. Fourth Row: D. Vanwickler. E. Meslon. P. Hutter. S.
The German Club. under the
sponsorship of Herr Guddat tries
to stimulate further interest in the
German culture. This is done
through various activities
throughout the year. This year's
activities included a Homecom-
ing float. an Oktoberfest. a Ger-
man Christmas Party, a trip to a
German restaurant. and various
Fiesta, the Spanish literary magazine is written and
edited by Spanish students of all levels. It is a collec-
tion of poems, essays, puzzles, and cartoons written
entirely in Spanish. This year, under the guidance of
Mr. Genna, and with editor Karen Katonah, staff
members work together to publish a successful maga-
Botlom Row: E. Kramer. R. McCloy. J. Feccaor. K. Niederreither.
A. Alford. Second Row: C. McGowan. M. Donato. S. Graham. E.
Delle. S. Castellano, J. MacLeod. H. Buckley.
Chantecler, our French literary magazine, is pub-
lished by students of all levels of the French lan-
guage. Under the sponsorship of Dr. Pierre Chan-
over. many poems, stories, and other creative works
are composed for each issue. This yearls club mem-
bers enjoyed an excellent and productive year.
Bouom Row: S. Graham. J. Dunne. J. Nakachi, L. Messenger. Top
Row: C. McCarthy. E. Rippe. D. Yenal, B. Watson.
Gedanken Der J ugend
Gedanken der Jugend is the German magazine pub-
lished under the sponsorship of Herr Guddat. The Eng-
lish translation is "thoughts of youthf, It is a prize-win-
ning magazine published bi-yearly mainly for the enjoy-
ment of German speaking students. Students are free to
express their opinions on any facet of life they wish. It is
hoped that the magazine will continue the trend of
excellence shown in previous years and be successful in
this year's national competition. This year's editors are
Bob Cattani and Mary Gibbons.
Fronl Row: B. Cattaini, R. Franz, M. Gibbons. Back Row: D. Mesloh, Mr. Guddat. D. Seim, L.
The Biology Club. sponsored by Dr. Zilca consists of
dedicated members who further their interests in the
field of Biology through projects done after school. They
gain experience in dissection and plant and animal pro-
jects. The club meets weekly with Dr. Zilka.
This organization attracts those students who appreci-
ate. like to work with. and find out more about the world
of plants. Various projects are undertaken. which
include pressing and identifying plants fwe are starting a
Garden City Herbariumj. preparing slides from pre-
served specimens, and growing fruit plants hydropomi-
ally and in soil.
BUIIIIHI Row: T. Newman. P. Hughes. A. Munro. J. Karb. D. Todero.
B. Goodison. L. Pelton. Tap Row: F. Carter. G. Farley. R. Smutney. C
Kent. Dr. H. Turkel. S. lndelicato. C. Kirsty. A. Stais.
Under the fine leadership of Julian Kane. a
small number of high school students have become
involved in the Earth Science Research Group.
These students are Gregory Farley. Anne Munro.
Kathy Klemanowicz. Dave Norris. Sandy Yuter
and Carla Moyer. The students have participated
in studies involving waste-water management.
nitrate concentrations. waterimporting. wetland
preservation and earth crust composition. Articles
concerning the students work has been published
in the N.Y. Times. Science Teacher. and Newsday.
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Organized to provide the faculty with record play-
ers. projectors. and other essential materials. the
Audio Visual squad under the direction of Jim
McAleese. Mr. McAleese also teaches students to use
these materials in the classroom.
Slilllllgf D. Tadaro and K. Franzese. SILIIlfI'I'll'2.' J. Cowan and D.
In preparation for an amateur radio operator's
license. the Radio Club members work together to
learn the basics of radio operation. Weekly sessions
are held on radio theory and the Morse Code.
Approximately one month is required to prepare for
the novice license. Station KZVST is maintained in
Sllllllllillgf J. Weekes. J. Horcher. M. Peterson. A. Bick. and K. San-
try. Sealed: Mr. Badger.
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Performing a vital service to the school. the Studio
Club is directed and supervised by Mr. McAleese and
three senior members. Sean Jordan. Todd Zinke. and
Steve Hildrith. There are nine members in all: three
boys from each grade. The boys spend their free time
in the studio. Their wide range of services include
broadcasting the bulletin. setting up microphones for
all assemblies. running sound effects for all sporting
events. videotaping and sound effects for Masquers
productions. and playing music for all lunch periods.
Student Citizenship Board
Bottom Row: M. Garibaldi. J. Gentile, K. Foster, B. Foran. K. Klemanowicz, K. O'Neill, K. Curry. C. Henneberger, C. McManus. P. Schmitt. M. Gibbons. C. Springer.
Second Row: T. Reardon. J. Sullivan, M. O'Brien, E. Cirona, H. Buckley. R. McCloy. M. Murphy, T. Mannion. F. Stein, M. Donato, B. Kramer. K. Kaliban. H. Tsai. K.
Kiernan. Third Row: L. Dodd. M. DelBello. P. Condon. E. Fox. C. Ryan. L. Bonaventura. L. Jenkins. V. Craig. B. Addy. J. Malmquist, A. Huschle. J. Raskopf. D.
Kramer. P. Lavelle. A. Cavouti. C. Newman. K. Bohan. M. Kelly. C. McGowan, J. Smith. J. Garvey. M. Schnell. S. Gust. E. Rippe. Fourth Row: B. Ernst. L. Lynn. J.
Kirk. B. Hall. Mr. Lawder. P. Albano. T. Zinke. K. Dooley. P. D'Antonio. A. Bick, K. VonSeelen. M. Lillis. Missing From Picture: J. Amato. J. Beck. M. Cook. F. Coulter.
M. Donnelly. C. Dowler. C. Edwards. M. Gallagher. K. Halikias. R. Harrison. K. Katonah. C. Kent. M. Mack. N. Metz. C. Moyer. S. Rosen. R. Wall. L. Winegard. S.
"Those happy. smiling faces in the main and attendance offices, writing furiously, operating the switchboard, presenting the Daily
Bulletin. verifying class and school attendance - those are the SCB Squad? Membership consists of 48 seniors and 32 juniors, selected
on the basis of teacher recommendations. SCB's work directly with one of the assistant principals, Mr. Lawder. They may be seen in
action before homeroom, during all class periods, after school and at night on special occasions, such as "Back-to-School Night." With
the help of the S.C.B. Squad a cooperative administration-student attendance and disciplinary system operates quietly and with organi-
zation. This yearis executive board consisted of: K. Curry. B. Foran, K. Foster, M. Garibaldi, J. Gentile, M. Gibbons, C. Henneberger,
K. Klemanowicz, C. McManus, M. Mack. K. O'Neill, P. Schmitt. C. Springer and L. Winegard.
The Discipline Committee is a student-teacher group that
decides the manner in which students will be disciplined.
From: Miss McLaren. Mr. McAlesse. K. Tynan. Back: Mr. Allen. B. Neus. Mr.
The purpose of the election committee is to organize
the Student Council elections. This involves writing
campaign rules and regulations, approving posters,
reviewing speeches, and organizing the assembly in
which the speeches are given. On the day of the elec-
tions. the committee is responsible for running the vot-
ing machines. The finaljob of the committee is to notify
the candidates of the outcome. The sponsor for this
committee is Mr. Tegnell.
Bolzom Row: M. Donato. C. Lewis. M. O'Brien. Top Row: C. Curry. K.
McGowan. L. Schiatta. Missing: F. Stein.
"MAY JUSTICE REIGN FOREVERH
The Student Court is a part of the school government which
represents the rights of the students. Cases brought before the
court are resolved by a representative from each grade and two
faculty members. They may be reduced or dropped completely
Cbut sometimes they are notj. The judges this year were Katie
Tynan. Jeff Beck, Lisa Semmes. Dr. Tarrou and Mr. Allen.
Front: Lorilee Healy. Jeff Beck. and Katie Tynan. Buck: Mr. Allen and Dr. Tar-
Model U.N., which is the Model United
Nations group. is comprised of many students who
are interested in the workings of the U.N. and in
international relations. During the year. they
examine foreign policies and then draw up resolu-
tions which are submitted to the National School
Model U.N. Committee. In the spring. the group
members meet in New York with other Model
U.N. students for a symposium at the United
Barzani Row: R. Frommann. C. 0'Neill. A. Monnihan. J. Rep-
peta. S. Yuter. S. O'Neill. C. McCarthy. S. Yannopolous. Top
Row: R. Coffin. R. LeCompt. C. Callahan, R. Varney. T. Mul-
ler. P. Maher. T. Mulligan. C. Thoet. F. Weinlandt. E. Tacchi.
The Foreign Policy Forum is a club meeting bi-
weekly. It has as its aims the discussion of those
international current events that affect both inter-
national and domestic policies. Students deter-
mine the topic. do the research and then at a meet-
ing engage in debates and discussions concerning
different understanding or view on the issue. The
Forum attempts to attend some Model United
Nations Conferences. participating as a nation and
following its policies in committee and General
Assembly. For the past four years, the Forum has
attended the Boston-Harvard Model United
Bollom Row: R. Varney. R. Frommann. H. Kissinger. S.
O'Neill. P. Maher. R. Coffin. Sevond Row: C. O'Neill. A. Mon-
nihan. A. Huschle. A. Bambach. J. Reppetto. L. Genberg. B.
Spidaro. S. Yuter. C. McCarthy. S. Yannopolous. Top Row: B.
Watson. C, Callahan. R. LeCompt. T. Mulligan, T. Muller. D.
Mannix, M. Crane. E. Tacchi. F. Weinlandt. C. Thoet. C.
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Foreign Policy Forum
The Math Tutors consist of fifteen students who
are willing to aid those having difficulties in math.
Mrs. Wertis is the sponsor of the club and Virginia
Mitchell is the student coordinator. The tutors give
many hours of service and their assistance is greatly
appreciated by the many students they help.
Franz: D. Yenal. C. Thumbser. Back: S. Selby. A. Smith. L.
Fonseca. V. Mitchell.
Langua e Tutors
The Language tutors are excellent foreign language
students who tutor their classmates requiring help
with their language studies.
Fr0n1.'T. Mannion. Cat Turner. K. Bohen. M. Downing. A. Nicole.
M. Berger. Back: J. McLeod. D. Bick. D. Mannix. P. Maher. J.
Bennett. C, McCarthy. Miss Ellen Solomen.
The mathletes are a group of students interested in
math who are engaged in inter-school competition six
times a year. Each competition consists of five ques-
tions. Students are allowed four to eight minutes to
answer each question. Individual and team awards
are available for those who do well on a county-wide
Front: A. Himmelstein. L. Lynn, B. Himmelstein. Back: A. Stais. J.
Rayfield. F. Weiland, R. Cattani.
Twenty active members of the Chess Club under
the direction of Mr. William Pollock meet weekly
for instruction and playing. They compete on the
Nassua lnterscholastic Chess League which plays
on a home to home basis.
THE MEMBERS OF THE CHESS CLUB ARE: From Lefz ro
Righl: B. Carlson. A. Monohan. R. O'Connell. J. McGowan. F.
Weinlandt. and E. Tacchi.
Kung-Fu is an ancient Chinese system of self-
defense invented by the monks of Shaolin Temple
in the 6th century A.D. The movements which
involve kicks. sweeps, blocks, and punches are
vitally savage but mentally civilized.
The Kung-Fu Club, under the direction of Mas-
ter Allan Low. emphasizes proper breathing, inter-
nal power development fch'i-kungj and medita-
tion. Members meet weekly for the purpose of
learning these ancient health exercises that build
stronger bodies and improve mental self-disci-
THE 1977-1978 OFFICERS ARE: T. Ries,
Pres.. V. Traina. Vice Pres., R. Weeden, Secretary,
and C. Fraser. Sgt.-at-Arms.
From: K. Fraser. R. Feldison. T. Iavarona. B. Duffner. L. Stew-
art. D. Furey. Bark: A. Noble. D. Fusco. B. Carlson. J. Sniado.
C. Koch. E. Tacchi.
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Borlom Row: L. McDonough. L. Burke. J. Smith. M. Regan. Second Row: M. Gibbons. C. McManus.
M. Donato. F. Stein. J. Culhane, L. Schiatta. M. O'Brien. T. Mannion, R. McLoy. C. McGowan. Third
Row: A. Alford. C. Brinkman. T. Reardon. N. Schnell. S. Graham. M. McGoldrick. Mr. Ewing. E.
Delle. K. Curry. M. Kelly. E. Cirona. H. Buckley. Fourth Row: P. D'Antonio, B. Hall. J. Horcher. J.
Deegan. B. Kramer. N. Pamas. J. Garvey.
Bonom Row: H. Sicoutry. D. Yenal. A. Guiffra, T. Mannion. E. Schmidt. M. Downing, K. Foster. Top
Row: M. Garabaldi. M. Regan. B. Hall. H. Chriss. M. Houston. A. Alford. C. Krebs, P. Cullen, P.
Burns. J. McLeod. S. Dooley. S. Castellano. J. Horcher. J. Gentile. G. Lally.
The Social Committee sponsored by Mr. Ewing
is responsible for the many dances held through-
out the year. They organize, prepare, and decorate
for each dance to make it enjoyable for all. They
especially help in the organization of the annual
Winter Wonderland Dance. a big event every year.
Service is the keynote of the Key Club. Spon-
sored by Mr. S. Castellano and affiliated with the
Kiwanis Club, its activities include a car wash,
working with the handicapped, selling bread for
the March of Dimes, raising the flag daily and
conducting the annual Thanksgiving teacher-stu-
dent get together. Membership is open to all stu-
Displaying examples of poetry. photography. art
work. essay. and satire. "Inkspots." a creative arts
magazine. is an annual publication which expresses
the talents of the students. Under the guidance of Mr.
Goodwin. the staff not only compiles and edits the
material but also works with the publisher preparing
these works for printing.
Borlom Row: A. Bick. C. Shannon. A. Huschle. S. Foster, B. Spohr.
Second Row: H. Tsai. L. Edwards. M. Stark. L. Dodd. C. Chin. B.
Dand. A. Gupta. B. Watson. L. Messinger.
"Have an aide do it." is a remark often heard in the
Guidance Office whenever an extra hand is needed. The
Guidance Aides are a group of students who have given
up their study hall time in order to help the counselors
and secretaries by doing various jobs, such as filing,
recording program changes, and running errands. These
dedicated students have the chance to learn useful skills
while they help the counselors with their never-ending
Bozzom Row: N. Victory. S. Krauker. C. Turner, B. Fleener. J. LaVallo.
Top Row: R. Carter. Mystery Aide. L. Fonseka. P. Triola. A. Macyko.
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Those handsome students behind the charge desk
in the library are library aides. They assist the librari-
ans and perform a service for the school by checking
out books, finding magazines, repairing books and
binding magazines. They help provide a valuable
service to the faculty and students.
Bottom Row: M. Murry. J. Repetto. L. Smelly, T. Reifschmeider.
Second Row: P. Margeoritas. G. Margaritis. G. Cattani. E. Moran.
Mr. Hodson. E. Tacchi. B. Carlson. R. Reardon.
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As with the other instrumental groups, The Cham-
ber Strings participate and provide both school and
community entertainment. Under the leadership of
Mr. Donald Chadderdon. the strings keep busy pre-
paring for their various performances throughout the
The Stage Band, after a busy schedule last year,
continues to play many engagements. Among this
year's "gigs" are the Winter Wonderland Dance, the
Village Ball, and the past concert dances. These
engagements display the talents that its members
have acquired under the leadership of its conductor,
Mr. Donald Chadderdon. THE ELECTED OFFI-
CERS FOR THE 1977-78 STAGE BAND ARE:
President - Alan Trivilino, V. President k Kristine
Tedesco, Sec. Y June Nakachi, Treas. - Alex Smith,
Librarians - Nancy Pamas. Diane Mesloh. ff .
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A popular group in the Instrumental Music Depart-
ment is the Jazz Ensemble. These accomplished musi-
cians perform advanced jazz literature pieces in numer-
ous concerts, including Christmas, Band Follies, Spring,
and town concerts. Dixieland, Ragtime, Blues, Swing,
Rock, and Modern Jazz are studied, emphasizing
chords, progression, and performance techniques. THE
OFFICERS ARE: Doug Van Wickler - President,
Tom Rider If V. President, Ken Lang - Treas., and
Ron- Casselli L Lib. The Jazz Ensemble thanks Mr.
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As a highly selective female vocal group, the
Celestones consist of 16 sopranos and altos, and
one accompanist. They perform two concerts a
year and numerous concerts for community organ-
izations. Their reportoire consists of popular,
sacred, secular, impressionistic, and show music.
THE OFFICERS FOR 1978 WERE:
Pres. - Janet Lucy
Vice Pres. - Michele Delehunt
Sec. - Helen Chriss
Librarian - Jane O,Connor
Under the direction of Dr. William R. Diehl, the
Madrigals are auditioned and selected each year.
The group is a talented one capable of performing
a wide variety of styles of music as well as works in
various languages. The overall objective is to enjoy
singing with the gratification that comes with the
performing of fine pieces.
The Festival Chorus is open to all high school
students who enjoy singing. While it is intended
for students who have had limited experience in
singing. the Festival Chorus has proven its success
in numerous performances.
Consisting of forty bright and talented students
under the direction of Dr. Lydia Morrongiello.
Concert Choir composes the largest vocal group in
the school. ln addition to performing in the Christ-
mas and Spring Concerts they do workshops with
other school groups and put on performances for
the community. THIS YEAR'S OFFICERS
WERE: Deanne Miller - President, Michael
O'Connor - Vice-President. Randie Hubbard -
Secretary. Helen Chriss - Treasurer. Leslie
Edwards and Carla Moyer A Librarians.
The Folkaires is a student-directed singing group sponsored by
Dr. Diehl. These talented singers make up their own arrangements
and interesting ways to perform. In l977-78 the group was directed
by Nancie Gordon and Jennie Karb.
Those young ladies who march and twirl around the football field at half time are
the color guards and the majorettes. They are under the direction of Mr. Chadder-
don and they also march in the Memorial Day Parade.
Bnfmm Row: M. Sekus. A. Bambuch. J. Karb. N. Gordon.
A. Noble. Top Row: K. Niederreilher. J. Defastro. Dr.
Diehl, S. Cirona.
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Firsl Row: H. Buckley. M. Regan. N. Nolan. S. Gust. Seca
and Row: T. Mannion. J, McCloud, L. Sackett. K. Nake-
shima. L. Winters, M. DelBello.
This year the senior class welcomed Anne-Christine Mathisen. an
exchange student from Tonsberg. Norway. During her stay in the
U.S.. she is living with the Rayels. Scotts. and Vanderbilts. Pres-
ently in her second year at the Tonberg Gymnas. Chris is interested
in History. Geography. French. and Athletics. She also enjoys read-
ing. music and dramatics.
Chris plans a profession in the field of medicine.
Christoph Koch. an exchange student from Bochun. Germany. was
a new addition to the junior class this year. He immediately became
active in the school by playing on the soccer team in the fall. Some of
Christoph's interests include. skiing, sledding. bicycling and boating.
He is also well adept at playing the banjo. Christoph is the guest of the
Mulvaneys and the Diamonds.
While in Germany. Christoph attended the Albert Einstein Gymna-
sium. where Mathematics. Latin. and History were his favorite sub-
jects. In the future. Christoph plans a field in dentistry.
First Row: C. McGowan, A. Alford, J. Raskopf, E. Heaney, L. VonSeelen, L
Rayel. Second Row: F. Stein, S. Graham, N. Schnell, M. O'Brien. L. Durand, C
First Row: C. O'Connell, J. King, T. Larkin, M. Valyo, L. Stevens. Second Row: K.
Curry, R. Norton, T. Reardon, M. Steinbrecher, A. Gibbons, K. Dodd, L.
The Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleading Squads are made up of twenty-four spirited girls who cheer at football and basket-
ball games. They also work together with the Trojan Club for such events as the annual pep rally and homecoming. The sponsors
and advisors for the cheerleaders are Jake White and Eileen Hussey. Captain and Co-Captain for Varsity are Sue Graham and
Candy Curry, and for Junior Varsity - Tish Reardon and Mary Ellen Valyo.
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School spirit is the main concern of the Garden City High
School Trojan Club. With over 150 members it is among the
largest activities in the school.
The Trojan Club helps to plan and carry out Spirit Day and
the annual Homecoming which includes the parade. the
Alumni Reception and the election and crowning of the King
and Queen. This year's parade attracted over 30 graduating
classes between l937 and l98l. A large crowd turned out to
see Candy Curry and John Horcher crowned as "the two sen-
iors who have done the most for the school." To complete a
perfect day. the Trojan football team defeated Wantagh. I6-6.
Other Trojan Club activities include poster parties, selling
of refreshments at football, basketball games and concerts.
They also sponsor the annual "superstars competitionn which
was started two years ago by the Trojan Club.
The 1977-78 officers provided great leadership to lead the
students in school spirit. They included President Mary Ellen
Valyo, Vice Presidents Kathy Norton and Cindy McManus,
Treasurer Mary Gibbons. Secretary Mary Kelly, Publicist B.
J. Murphy and Historian Judy Garvey. The sponsor is Mr.
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Front Row: B. J. Murphy. S. Castellano, K. Klemanowicz, K. O'Neill, E. Delle. M. Gibbons, P. Con-
don. K. Vierengal. B. Watson. Second Row: T. Mannion, P. Lavelle, J. Weekes. B. Hall, R. Patterson,
K. Keirnan. C. McCarthy. D. Mannix, F. Carter. V. Craig. M. DelBello, J. Malmquist. Back Row: J.
Horcher. Mr. Weinlandt. J. Kirk. J. Perez.
There has been a great deal of work put into the production of the 1978 issue of
MAST. It is very difficult to express thanks to all those people who worked on
Work began on MAST in the late spring of 1977 with students going to pub-
lisher seminars, organizing our staff, and settling appointments for our senior por-
traits done by Wedgewood Studios. In 1978 the MAST had a new advisor, Mr.
Drew Weinlandt, also the Senior Class Council Advisor.
For those who were a part of MAST it was an experience that will last a life-
time. We have had differences of opinion, but in the end all went smoothly. The
whole production of a yearbook doesn't happen overnight, it takes a great deal of
planning and work to meet something called "deadlines"
The 1978 MAST has some aspects that have never been incorporated in the
yearbook before. This year, the endsheets have a color picture of the Senior Class,
team pictures of the boy's junior varsity teams, and separate homeroom pictures.
As MAST goes to print, we look back and feel that we have pleased the major-
ity of the Class of 1978 and the school in what we have accomplished.
THE 1978 MAST STAFF:
Editor-in-Chief: John Kirk
Assistant Editors: John Horcher
Format Editors: Mary Gibbons
Photography Editors: Kathy Kiernari
Activities Editors: B. J. Murphy
Senior Photo Editors: Mia Donato
Boy's Write-Ups: Bill Hall
Girl's Write-Ups: Carole Springer
Girl's Sports Editor: Marita DeBello
Boy's Sports Editors: Dan Mannix
Advertising and Business: Fred Carter
Senior Poll Editors: Bret Watson
Parent's Page: Liz Rippe
Typing Editors: Virginia Craig
Art Editors: Kathy Klernanowicz
Photo Credits: Mary Grace Gallagher
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Firsl Row: C. Reilly. B. Tierney. P. Bonanno. M. Durand. T. Noble. B. Venables. J. Olvany. D. Burke. M. Krauss. G. Camilleri. Second Row: B. Almquist. B.
Millward. M. Licitra. J. Chiarello. B. Barnes. .l. Capruso. J. McEnery. Manager. Third Row: J. Lewis. B. Lynch. B. Harder. B. Fitzgerald. J. Bennett. T. Hensley. C.
Durand. J. Durand. J. Brooks. M. Fox. D. Roepken. K. Haseman. F0lll'llI Row: Assistant Coach J. Frasca. S. Franz. B. Ernst. J. Bennett. T. Griffith. C. Lucchesi.
F. DeMaio. C. Molloy. B. Carss. F. Stutzman. Head Coach Warren King.
In a rebuilding year. the varsity football team. coached by
Warren King. Chuck Riffle and John Frasca. had a 2-6 record
and finished in 8th place in Nassau County Conference 111.
The team captains were Mike Durand. Tom Noble. John
Olvany and Brian Venables and those four players were the
only returning starters from the 1976 championship team.
This season marked the final year for Warren King. who is
retiring after a very successful 34-year career as head coach.
His team compiled a 132-123-10 record fora .518 percentage.
Mr. King will always be remembered for his hard work and
devotion to Garden City football.
The season was highlighted by the 16-6 victory over
Wantagh on Homecoming Day and the exciting 12-8 upset
victory over Mineola. In the Mineola game. Garden City capi-
talized on a blocked punt and Mineola mistakes to score 12
big points in the fourth quarter.
The offense was led by Junior quarterback Matt Kraus and
Senior running backs Brian Venables and Charles Lucchesi.
Venables gained 461 yards on 109 carries and averaged 4.2
yards per carry. while Lucchesi gained 128 yards on 44 carries
and averaged 2.9 yards per carry. The defense was led byline-
men Mike Durand and Bruce Ernst. and linebackers Mike
Licitra and Brian Venables. Individual honors were won this
year by Brian Venables. who made the All-County team. and
Mike Durand. who received All-Division honors.
Garden City will be hoping for an improved year next year
and will have such players as Juniors Matt Kraus. Bruce
Ernst. and Tom Griffith. and Sophomores Chris Molloy.
Brian Lynch and Bill Harder.
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nio. S. Carberry. S. Carnopoulos. F. Carter. B. O'Connell. J. Merrihew. Third Row: G. Hill. P. Fogarty. D. Sweeney. P. Beaudet. J. Koester. B. Heath. P, D An
tonio. Fourlh Raw: D. Melnitchenko. D. MacLeod. M. Dwyer. Missing: J. Miles, K. Decker. G. Farley.
Under the auspices of their new coach. Mr. Ewing. the Trojans continued their successful ways on the field. This year's
team compiled a 9-1-2 league record and an ll-Z-3 overall record. Leading the young team were captains Jim Golden. Ian
MacLeod. and the leading goal scorer. Steve D'Antonio. Playing good team ball paid off 4 the team placed second in the
North Shore Division Two. They were then upset l-0 by Cold Spring Harbor in the first round of the playoffs. Highlights
of the season include the 2-l victory over Hicksville at the pool and a 2-2 tie with Plainview-Kennedy. Playing the line
were Ken Schauf and Joe Miles. The halfbacks included Jim Golden and Greg Farley and the stalwart npalace guards"
were Kirk Von Seelen and Ian MacLeod. Returning players include Peter D'Antonio. Peter Beaudet, Derek Melnitch-
enko and Brian O'Connell in goal. A pleasant surprise and shot-in-the-arm came from sophomore John Merrihew, the
number two scorer on this year's team.
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Slocombe - coach. T. Reardon.
The tennis team. coached by Willis Slocombe, had a fine year with an 8-5 overall record and a 4-2 league record. This year's
success was due in part to the singles play of team captains Bill Spear and Alan Bick, both of whom won All-League honors, and
the strong doubles play of tandems Sean Daly and Mark Peterson, and Bob Borzilleri and Tish Reardon. The team was extremely
strong in its matches against Manhasset, MacArthur and Plainview Kennedy.
VARSITY TENNIS 1977
Garden City 7 Manhasset 0
Garden City 3 Glen Cove 4
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Garden City MacArthur
Garden City Clarke
Garden City Kennedy
Garden City Plainview
Garden City Jerico
Garden City Glen Cove
Garden City Clarke
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From Raw: S. DeMay. S. Rippe. Middle Row: C. Baris. J. Weekes. D. Gallagher.
Coach Muller. Top Row: T. Logan. J. Zwicke. R. Franz. M. Franz.
The varsity gymnastics team coached by Ed Muller, with captain
Jeff Weekes. used this year as a rebuilding season. Despite the loss
of half of the team, including All American Tom Pace. the team was
able to improve their team score by 20 points.
Steve Ripp qualified for the Nassau County Individual Champi-
onships. He worked the pammel horse, but tough competition did
not allow him to place.
Next year, if all goes well, the team should be a strong one since it
will be losing only two members due to graduation.
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Fronl Row: T. Foxen. D. Ward. D. Franz, J. Beck, B. Nohe. Bark Row: C. Bruni fcoachy. J. Palladino. M. DiGeorgi. A. de Lannoy. T. Kovalcik. R. Morra fmgrj.
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The cross-country team, coached by Mr. Bruni, had a disappointing l-5 record this year. However, the team did have some
outstanding individual efforts. Fine running performances were turned in by seniors C. Dowler. J. Palladino, T. Foxen, A. de
Lannoy and sophomores B. Nohe and D. Ward. The underclassmen gained valuable experience this year and the team hopes to
improve on their record next year.
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Front Row: K. Schauf, J. Dunne, M. Paxton, R. Carss, A. Macyko. Second Row: B. Murphy, L. Palmeri, fStatisticiansJ, T. Sexton, J. Golden, K.
Buckley, E. Phillips fcoachj, S. Daly, J. Gould, B. Spanos, P. Gordon QMgrJ, F. Carter fscorekeeperj.
The Garden City Basketball Team finished its season with a 5-7 league record and a 9-I l record overall. This season
ended with a tough loss to Southside in the play-offs. Super sophomore Billy Spanos led the team in scoring with 235
points as he was a key factor in every game. Junior Keven Buckley was the second leading scorer and contributed often
with his excellent rebounding ability. Senior tri-captains Ken Schauf, Jim Golden and Bobby Carss led the starting five
by playing consistent defense and capitalizing on scoring opportunities. John Gould and Sean Daly continually con-
tributed to Garden City's rebounding strength as Andy Macyko and John Dunne added shooting strength for the Tro-
jans. Next years outlook is very promising as oustanding players such as Spanos, Buckley, Dunne, and Macyko return
to the line up with some very talented players coming up from this yearis junior varsity team.
First Raw: M. Kuhlman. S. Lavorando, M. Fennessy, D. Burke, T. Foxen, M. Jordan, J. Weekes, T. Logan, C. Wydler. K. Sapanski. Second Raw: R.
Jones. T, Becker. M. Craner. D. Burke. M. Langworthy, T. Griffith, D. Duel, S. Fennessy, C. Nourynan. Dr. Decker. Third Row: J. Adams, S. Rosen.
J. Capruso. J. Zannos. S. Nordeck. M. Crane. C. Georgi. Mr. Frasca.
In a highly improved year. the wrestling team finished the season with a I0-3 record as Conference Co-Champs. This
year's captains were Tim Foxen. Mike Jordan. and Jeff Weekes. The team's main strength lied in the lower weight
classes, in which Tim Foxen. Mike Jordan. Steve Lavorando. Ken Sapanski, Jeff Weekes and Chris Wydler competed
in. Fine performances were also turned in by Dave Burke, Doug Burke. Jim Capruso. Tom Griffith, and Scott Nor-
Victories over tough Hicksville and McArthur and the overwhelming 56-3 defeat of Mineola highlighted the Tro-
The G.C. grapplers did well in tournament action. In the Herricks Christmas Tournament, Tim Foxen took second
place in the ll4-pound weight cl iss while Jeff Weekes took third place in the 126-pound weight class.
Coach Eugene Decker and as aiftvnt coach John Frasca drilled and conditioned the team and their hard work paid
off in this season's meets.
Garden City Wings Hockey Club
Firsl Row: P. Buttafuocco. J. Bunn, B Foster, C. Riedell, T. Halloran, R. Kent, B. Pompilio. Second Row: G. Perez, J. Pavone, J. Howe. Third Row:
B. Casey. B. Spencer. J. Hannon.
This year's team had a year from the first game to the last. It was un uphill climb because of the lack of
experience on the team. Fine erformances were turned in by Bobby Pompilio, Craig Riedell, and Jim Howe. Coaches
Ward Doershuck and Peter G ll did a fine job working with the team this year. With many underclassmen returning,
the team hopes to do better ne t season.
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First Row: M. Fox, K. Hasemann, B. Barnes, J. Ferencik, B. Ernst. Second Row: M. Regan, P. Schmidt, M. Preziosi, M. Murphy. Third Row: B
O'C0nnell, D. Gallagher, D. Carroll.
The winter track met diligently every day under the guidance of coach Warren King. Among the events they com-
peted in were the hurdles, 60 yard dash, 300 yard dash, 600 yard dash, 1000 yard dash, and the 2 mile. Although facili-
ties were limited the team ended its season with a fine standing. Outstanding performances were displayed by Jim Pal-
ladino, Mike Fox, and Ken Brown.
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Bumcrot, A. Barris. O. Papoulas.
Top: R. Morra, S. LoPrest, M. Digorgi. Mr. Wojnar. Bonom: T. Murtaugh, M. Biring, S. Mallis.
The fencing team, coached by Roger Goodwin.
had an extremely successful season as they fin-
ished with a 13-3 record. Senior Con Baris and
Juniors Barry Baird and John Mulligan led the
team to the North Shore Championship.
As a result of an extremely difficult schedule, the
Varsity Riflery team, coached by Ed Wojnar, had a
trying season. Although the season's results were dis-
appointing, fine performances were put in by Nancy
Cox, Matt DiGiorgi, Ed Rimmels, and Rudy Smutny.
Front Row: Jack Tierney, Greg Chianese, John Gal-
vin, Tripp Martin, Bob Vaughn. Back Row: Jaime
Holmes, Bob Bill, Chris Durand, Eugene Sackett,
Tom Martin, Jim Mullooly, Peter Schauf, Sue Selby.
Front Row: Cathy Koestner. Gigi Bock, Karen Neid-
erreither. Coach Dr. Tarrou. Middle Row: Elaine
Walzauck, Jeannine DeRaddo, Jill Reifschneider.
Back Row: Mary Grace Gallagher. Diane Reinig.
Kathy Kaliban. Diane Mesloh.
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Ist Row: J. Olvany. B. Venables. P. Coleman. I. MacLeod. J. Golden. T. Worstell. P. Hollis. D. O'Sullivan. M. Donato.
Znd Row: S. Graham. N. Zerille. B. Tierney. C. Reilly. J. Coleman. T. Griffith. D. Sweeney. C. Connolly. G. Martin. K.
Schauf. 3rd Row: P. Buttafuocco. G. DiNoto. T. Gordon. D. Basile. B. Lynch. P. Charles. J. Bennett. B. Ernst, B..
Harder. B. Spencer. M. Kraus. Mr. Dougherty fCoachJ.
This spring the Garden City Lacrosse Team hopes to equal or better last year's I5-5 overall record. With many
returning starters the team hopes to defend its league championship for the third year in a row. We have experienced
players returning at almost every position with Timmy "Woof" Worstell and Ian MacLeod at attack. Bill Tierney. Pat
"Mad Dogl' Charles and Jim Golden at midfield. and Peter Coleman and Chris "Buzz" Reilly at defense. Keeping the
nets will be one or a combination of three fine goalies: John Olvany. Dave O'Sullivan and Nick Zerille. With these
experienced players and many fine lacrosse players coming up from last year's Junior varsity and freshman teams
Coach Dougherty believes Garden City could possibly win its league championship for an unprecedented third
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KL-Rl J. Chiarello fMgrJ, G. Hill, F. Carter. D. Mannix, S. Daly, R. Gasparello Coach, R. Smith Coach, D. Roepken, S.
D'Antonio. J. Bog, J. Deegen.
The Varsity baseball team, coached by Richard Smith, begins its season this spring in what hopes to be a fine year.
The team will prepare for the season with a six-day trip to North Carolina in which the team will play four games.
Although the team has only seven experienced varsity players returning. upcoming talent should provide the team with
enough depth and skill to do very well against formidable league competition such as Clarke and Glen Cove. The
pitching staff will be led by returning seniors Fred Carter. Stephen D'Antonio and Peter Higgins while the catching
duties will be handled by junior Peter Beaudet. Although pitching and defense will be the team,s main strengths. a
potent offense will be provided by seniors Sean Daly and Kevin Sweeney. andjunior infielders Don Derle and Gerry
With this year's talent the team hopes to better last year's record. one which enabled the team to reach the playoffs
for the first time in over twenty years.
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Franz Row: M. Murray. J. Gagliardo. J. Ryun. M. Boring. D. Capruso. K. Wren. C. Mulroney. P. Bonnano. Back Row:
D. Carroll. J. Zwicke. R. Rick. J. Donnell. M. Bridges, P. Kearney. R. Pratt. J. Buttafuco. T. Kovalcik. J. Heilshorn, J.
Durand, B. Barnes.
Spring Track looks fairly good this coming season. Fine performances should be turned in by Ken Brown in the high
jump. Doug Carroll in the high hurdles. and Bruce Almquist in the shot put and discus. This year's team is rebuilding
but will still bring back members of last year's second place team. Among them are Tom Dooley. Brian McCormack.
Bruce Ludemann. Tony Kovalcik and Mike Fox. lt is a young team. but is expected to do well in division competition.
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The I978 Trojan golf team expects to be very promising. Coming off an exceptional season of ll-3 and a second
place finish in league play. the team has several seasoned players returning to the starting line-up. Senior Matt Dailey
and Juniors Charlie Glaus and Eric Fisher are expected to battle for the top three positions, while other returning golf-
ers are Juniors Tom Daly. Jim Confort. Tom Logan, and Matt Dennen. All six of these players are very strong golfers
for the positions they are expected to fill.
The Garden City High School team plays their home matches at Cherry Valley C.C. and Garden City CC.. while
playing away matches at many of the great courses in Nassau County. Considering that this year's team consists of
four of last year's top six. the Trojans must be considered a top league contender. as well as contenders for a spot in the
North Shore tournament at the end of the season.
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Boy's Athletic Association
The B.A.A. consists of boys from all three grades dedicated to sponsoring the growth
of sportsmanship. The group works in cooperation with the Men's Association on fund
raising and other tasks. Various activities are: sports nights. ski trips. and a banquet for
varsity athletes at the end of the year. THIS YEAR'S OFFICERS ARE: Kirk Von
Seelen. Bill Barnes. Ken Schauf. Jim Golden, Doug Carroll, John Kirk, Tom Griffith,
and Bill Harder. The sponsor of the B.A.A. is Mr. Bob Wihnyk.
Girl's Athletic Association
Firsl Row: K. Wilson. A. DelBello. Second Row: N. Leininger. D. DeVincentis. Mrs. Huber.
J. Colletla. L. McDonough.
The Girl's Athletic Association started the year off suc-
cessfully with the Publicity Tea held in September. Among
other events held this year were the Fall and Spring Prog-
ressive Dinners, Halloween and Easter Parties. Student-
Faculty Volleyball Day. Father-Daughter Square Dance.
GAA-BAA sportnights, GAA-BAA ski trip in March and
camping trip in May. The year ended with the Annual
Awards Banquet with honors all the girls who supported
and participated in the afterschool sports program.
This year's Executive Board consisted of President J.
Colleta. Vice-President - D. DeVincentis, Treasurer f K.
Wilson, Secretary - L. McDonough. Social Chairman Y
A. DelBello. Senior Rep. Y M. DelBello. Junior Rep. f N.
Barruel. Sophomore Rep. f N. Leininger. The advisor is
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From Row: V. Mitchell. L, Deery. M, Lillis. Semnd Row: K. Kiernan. C. Ryan. R. Patterson. L. Magro. C. Witteck. Third Raw: L. Jenkins. M.
DelBello. C. Springer. J. Colletta.
The Leaders Club sponsored by Ms. Stefek-Fredein, consists of a group of girls selected for their abilities in Lead-
ership and Service. The girls aid the gym classes. help with the attendance. and participate in various social events
during the year. This year the leaders held a mother-daughter Halloween Party. a Faculty-Leader volleyball tourna-
ment. and their annual Kris Kringle. As Mast goes to print. we are planning a dinner and skate night. Junior-Senior
competition. Bertha Bunny and a Father-Daughter picnic in the Spring. This year's officers are President. C.
Springer: Vice-President, M. Del Bello and M. Gibbons: Secretary, P. McEntee: Treasurer. A. Munro: Social
Chairman. V. Craig: and Photographer. J. Colletta.
Varsity Field Hockey
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Cavoti. N. Barruel. N. Pamas. J. MaCloud. D. Dzuiba. Top
Raw: M. G. Gallagher. J. Colletta. Pam Sanford tcoachj. D.
DeVincentis. A. Munro. Missing From Pic-lure: J. Smith. K.
Duffy. E. Cirona.
The girls varsity Field Hockey Team goes undefeated with 5 wins and 3 ties to
accomplish a task never before achieved by a Garden City High School team. The
team then went on to win the league l division A title. Diane DeVincentis. Joanne
Colletta and Mary Gallagher were named to the county all-star team.
The Badminton Team coached by Mrs. Huber and managed
by Jane Malmquist and Debbie Downes, completed the year
with a split season despite the loss of last year's seniors. Doubles
number l this year were seniors Debbie Downes and Marita Del-
Bello and Singles number l wasjunior Jeanine DeRaddo. How-
ever, strong doubles and singles players who competed in the
League finals are: T. C. Nowack and Ginny Monsees, Pam
Triolo and Lynda Tollner.
Firsl Row: J. Nakachi. A. Falvey. W. Keller, A. Gavin, A. DelBello, L. Tollner, E. Schmitt. Second Row: K. Katonah. J. Reifschneider, G. Monsees. S. Bonfilio. D. Mineo
L. Kallem, M. DelBello. G. Hammond. Top Row: Mrs. L. Huber. T. C. Nowack, D. Downes. P. Triolo, K. Kaliban, Y. Condelli, M. Regan.
Girlis Track And Field
Boiron: Row: P. Schmitt. D. Dwyer. C. Shannon. M. Evers, S. Delahunty. S. Eschmann. N. Nolan. C. Doherty. C. Koller. L. Edwards. M. Regan. M. Murphy. Top Row: S.
Pratt. A. Harrison. N. Victory. K. Halikias. M. Virgil. E. Walzauck. S, Sudholz. D. Roellig. L. Dodd, Mr. Guddat fcoachj, C. Thumscr, C. Moyer. N. Holfelder. S. VanW-
ickler. K. Deegan. M. Kane. C. Farrell. K. Wakeshima. M. K. Preziosi. B. Fleener. S. Kraker.
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The girl's track team had a great season this year with their terrific new coach, Mr.
Udo Guddat. During the season ten of fifteen school records were broken. The team
placed third in the Divisional Meet, with Lory Messinger becoming Division Cham-
pion in one event and Carla Moyer in three events. The team placed fourth in the
County Championship Meet. Carla Moyer and Drusha Roellig qualified for the New
York State Championship Meet on the basis of their respective first and second fin-
ishes in the County Meet.
Consistent winning and outstanding performances were turned in by Paula
Schmitt. Maura CMokeJ Murphy, Barbie Fleener, Carolyn Thumser, Lory Mes-
singer, Drusha Roellig and Carla Moyer.
Bonom Row: B, Daly. Mr. Farrelly Ccoachj. A. Cavouti. C. Thumser. Top Row: J. Colletta. M. Pratt. K.
Wilson. D. DeVincentis.
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The Volleyball Team coached by Mr. Farrelly this year. had a rebuilding year with
l0 sophomores and 5 seniors. Next year's returning players should have the experi-
ence to play a successful season. Co-Captains Joanne Colletta and Diane
DeVincentis lead the team in scoring and defense respectively. Although the record
was poor. 4 wins. 8 losses, the spirit of the team was always high.
First Row: J. Colletta. B. Daly. M. Kelly. D. DeVincentis. Second Row: A. Buchanan. S. Maher. J. Judge, coach: Miss Vomacka. J. Fonseca. C.
Thumser. M. Brosnan. missing from picture. M. Pratt.
The Girls' Varsity Basketball team. coached by Miss Vomacka and managed by Paula Schmitt. has shown a great
deal of improvement since last year. The girls' skills. teamwork and experience help them to be contenders in one of the
toughest leagues. Because of her leadership of high scoring ability, Joanne Colletta has made an effective team captain.
High scorer Beth Daly. a sophomore. will be returning for two more seasons. Working together. Alisa Buchanan and
Diane DeVincentis lent their experience to the team. Senior. Mary Pratt displayed tough defense.
The leading rebounders were sophomores: Janet Judge and Sheila Maher. and Juniors: Carolyn Thumser and Jenny
Fonseca. Mary Kelly and Mary Brosnan are dependable players in a tight situation.
Front Row: P. Triolo, Coach - Mr. Farrelly, S
Maner. Middle Row: L. McCarthy. E. Chrobet, A.
DelBello, G. Houston. Back Row: P. Cullen, G. Ham-
mond, J. Puvogel, G. Monsees. C. Oleschok, P
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First Row: M. McPartland, B. Wildermuth, J. Sulli
van, E. Chrobet, M. O'Keefe, S. Scalchunes. D
Pamas, L. Smith. Top Row: M. Caputo, S. Maher, M
Ruebsamen, L. Williams, M. Williams, F. Tach, L
Healy, L. McCarthy, T. Nemo, G. Regan, Coach
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First Row: E. Chrobet, C. Newman, T. Nimmo, L.
McCarthy, T. C. Nowack. Second Row: J. Puvogel, P.
Delahunty, L. Sackett, Coach Mr. Farrelly, L.
Fonseca, R. Regan, G. Monsees.
Firsz Row: P. Lavelle, T. Larkin, L. VonSee1en, J. King, L. Deery, P. McDonald, G. Alonge. Second Row: L. Healy, J. Stasco. T. Terranova, N.
Victory. K. Katonah. Third Row: M. Urquid, J. Sullivan, D. Vacchiano. N. Schnell, L. McDonough, Coach Pam Sanford.
The girl's gymnastic team is anticipating a very successful season in 1978. Under the direction of Pam Sandford. this
year's team will compete in division one. The captains are Tiffany Terranova and Patty Lavelle. This yearis outstand-
ing competitors are Tiffany Terranova, Julie King, Lorilee Healy, Lauren Deery, and Janice Stasco.
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Garden City Girls Lacrosse will enter its second season this April. This
year's team will be comprised of sophomores. juniors. and seniors into
one J.V. team: because Girls Lacrosse has been absent for many years at
the high school. Coach Pam Sandford feels a J.V. team would be more
beneficial. The team shows signs of a good season with an outstanding
sophomore class to choose from. A promising season is in store for l978.
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and juniors. Jeanine DeRaddo. .loan Leone. Carolyn Thumser. and Pam M
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is possible to predict that the girl's softball team will have a successful
season. Varsity softball. coached by Mrs. Huber, is looking forward to a
winning season with leading players Joanne Colletta and Diane
As Alvin Toffler made clear in his account. Fuzurv Slmrk, change in the twentieth century has been increas-
ingly dizzying in its acceleration and scope. The following events demonstrate that since our birthdate. H9603 a
relatively brief time span in the history of Mankind. our nation and the world have altered dramatically.
American U-2 reconnaissance plane shot down
over Soviet territory: Francis Gary Powers.
pilot. exchanged for Rudolf Abel in 1962.
John F. Kennedy elected President with Lyn-
don B. Johnson as Vice-President.
Anti-Castro invasion at Bay of Pigs failed.
Kennedy established Peace Corps and pro-
posed Alliance for Progress.
Alan B. Shepard. Jr.: first American in space.
After bloody campus clashes. .James H. Mere-
dith became the first black to enter the Univer-
sity of Mississippi.
Treaty pledging peaceful uses of outer space
signed with Soviet Union and Great Britain.
North Korea seized U.S. Navy intelligence ship
Pueblo: men released ll months later.
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Robert F. Kennedy assassinated.
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Paris for preliminary Vietnam peace talks.
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. Fred Carter
. John Condon
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. George Cook
.John E. Curry
. William D. Daly, Jr.
. Carmine D'Antonio
. George K. Decker
. William C. DeLannoy
. Celesten Durand
. Robert E. Dowler
Emest D. Birkenstock
Edmond J. DeVincentis
Donald J. Downes
John R. Dunne
Friends Of The
Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Donato
Mr. and Mrs. William Dwyer
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Jack W. Rippe
Richard H. Rosen
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Eugene J. Sackett
Frederich H. Sager
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. Anthony T. Schiatta
Leonard J. Smith
. George T. Springer
Robert T. Stefano
. John Stein
E. J. Sweeney
William F. Tynan
Edgar A. Vierengel
Thomas E. Weekes
William J. Wilson
Wallace E. Weingard
John W. Wydler
Richard Von Seelen
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William F. Tynan, Jr., Inc.
110 William Street
New York, N.Y.
Class of 152 7th st 1
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Congratulations to the Class of 1978
Student Discounts From R. C. Fuller Inc.
fMon., Tues., Wed.j
248-8393 Hilton Ave., Garden City
734 Franklin Ave. Garden City
ADELPHI DELICATESSEN ' and' S
Imported and Domestic Gourmet Foods
Home Made Salads 4 Finest Cold Cuts - Buffet Catering 186 Seventh St' Garden City
For Free Delivery. . . IV 6-8114 245 Post Ave Westbury i
Congratulations Class of "78"
J. J. Newman 8c I-,..,.f. OF
Com an Inc.
P Ye 055.129
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clnsuranceb 243-9623 Paints - Wallpaper - Artist's Supplies
114 Y 7th Street
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
of Garden City Inc.
GARDEN CITY SHOE SHGP
CReal Estatej 741-1414
Shoes Dyed - Cleaned - Rehuilt
98 Seventh Street - Garden City '78 Seventh iffeliloneer 7-Sjfen City' U'
Allen - Edmonds Shoes
' Comfort Guaranteed '
Congratulations to the
Class of '78
Class of '79
Congratulations to the
G d Cty NY
Congratulations Class of '78
If You Are Thinking of Going Someplace Tel Ploneer 7-1422
Why Not Talk It Over
Who Has Been There?
Customized Travel Service
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OF GAHDE CITY, LTO
"Meats of Quality"
John T. Pauli
if Garden City, New York Prime Meats, Poultry, Frozen Foods and Fresh Fish
' 516-747-1011 212-895-5367
107 Seventh St. 150 - 7th Street Garden City N Y
Hopes for Continued
the Student Council
John, Matt, John,
Mary, Carol and Tara
CANIVAN BROS. INC.
166 Seventh Street
Garden City, L.I. 11530
Paints - Hardware - Housewares
Glass - Electrical Supplies
Congratulations to the
Class of "78"
Dr. Mary Jane Peaks
Congratulations to the
Class of '78
Tim and Maureen
Best Wishes to the Class
. L. GROSS 85 BRO
Jewelers Since 1910
815 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. 11530
55 Years of Service
ISULA N BELLA
3 Cheers f0f Restaurant 85 Pizzeria
the Senior Class
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Compliments Congratulations to the
of Class of 78
DQNNELLY THE TROJ AN CLUB
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255 so. Franklin st. 160 seventh st.
G denC1t NY 11530
Hempstead.N.Y. 11550 ar y, ..
Tel. 1V 3-6984 Tel. P1 7-3330 'NC-
Congratulates the Class of '78
May your endeavors prove rewarding in ventures
with new friends to distant places!
Dry Air Cold Storage
B . for All Your Travel Needs
7 1tCosts No More. . .
. ALL ABOUT TRAVEL INC.
1046 Franklin Avenue ii Nassau Boulevard
Garden City South
Repairing and Remodeling Garden City, N.Y. 11530 NeWggf1g20gl530
HHUTC Raskopf President
P1 1-4422 Est. 1919
15165 741-7961 C5165 741-5772
TAYLQR GREG'S LAWNCARE
Lawns - Shrubbery k Tree Pruning
Gutter and Drain Pipe Cleaning - Odd Jobs
Firewood - Painting - Snow Removal
NOW in Its 59th Year of Specializing iii 130 Chester Avenue Garden City, N.Y. 11530
Garden City Properties
Prompt, Efficient Action in Buying,
Renting or Selling
Any Form of Real Estate
Robert F. X. Hogan, President 1952-1971 i
Robert J. Krener e President Best Wlshes f0f
Staff Representatives agucgessful
Dougall Fraser Doris McGowan
Mary Krener Elizabeth Nosh
Joy Krug Janet Redhead
Nagicy GARDEN CITY
Taylor Warner Corp.
101 Seventh Street. Garden City. N.Y.
F ily Groups,
G den City, New Yo k 11530
Congratulations to the
C1ass of 1978
2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS . 1 0 25 Yun
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MARIE'S OF MARIE'S
MANHASSET INC. BRIDAL SALONS
Aw NORTHERN BVLD., GREAT NECK 886 FRANKLIN AVE., GARDEN CITY
I Rental and Sales
I Rentthe newestm Tux orTaIls
- For Daytime or Evening
b Formal Wear
A FORMAL THA T WILL
LIKE YOU OWNIT7
HERB MARRONE -formal specialist
will help you
J EWELERS, INC.
Your Discount Jewelers
' Unique and Unusual Custom Designer Pieces
' Estate Jewelry
' Keepsake Wedding Rings, Columbia Wedding
' Complete Line of Longines Watches
' Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairs
' Ear Piercing Services
lBonaventure Bldg.J Garden City 746-5150
HAIR DESIGN LTD
For Men and Women
888 Franklin Avenue
Garden City, N.Y. H530
2573 Discount 7 Shampoo, Cut and Blow Dry
Thru 1977 for Graduates Only
sunllnnll GARDEN CITY JEWELERS
' X 747 Franklin Aven e
Garden City, N.Yll
Al Levin Ploneer 6-2304
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MAKING THINGS BETTER FOR YOU. COngratulatiOnS
Class of '78
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May Happiness and Success
Be Yours Always
From Your Friends and Neighbors at
CONTINENTAL BANK OF GARDEN CITY
A lesson in trust.
, X g,.-- ltls as old as time itself.
Trust is something
I' I -K everyone learns from
' experience. On the
Island, people have learned that Long
Island Trust is a bank they can trust. For
checking accounts. Savings. And more.
As Long Island's largest bank, We have
33 offices all over the
Island to serve you, - X
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Long Isla.nd's largest bank.
The Menis Association
Walter Gallagher, Jr.. GCHS CLASS OF 1940
Richard E. Von Seelen, GCHS CLASS OF 1953
Robert Martin, GCHS CLASS OF 1954
Rennold W. Whiting, Jr.
to the Class of 1978
Thank you for the loyal support
of our programs by the students
and their parents.
SPOLQ TSMAN SHI
Frank K. Harder, Jr.
John F. Nothel, Jr.
Congratulations to the
Class of '78
Class of l980
Special Prom Rates to G.C. Students and
G00d Luck FoREsTo TUXEDos
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H. Jacobs 739 Franklin Ave.. Garden City NY l 1530
Dal , Goetz and iler, Inc.
J lNSURANai SERVICES
114 Seventh Street, Garden City, New York 11530
iam A. Daly, Jr.
GCHS - Class of '42
J. Walter Gallagher, Jr.
GCHS - Class of '40
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the Class of '78
the Class of '78
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Delphine Bauer Silvestri
Mrs. Delphine Bauer Silvestri, a teacher in the Garden City High School will be remembered for many years
to come by her colleagues, as well as the students who were fortunate to have her as a teacher and friend.
Mrs. Silvestri taught in the High School for seventeen years. It was through her persistence, patience, and
energy that the computer program was installed in the school and became such a success.
Her colleagues describe her as an extrovert, who spoke up for what she believed in and one who reached out
to people. She loved many things, her family, her work, her friends, but most of all, she loved life. Her children
and students describe her as a best friend. She could always be counted on to give up her time to solve a prob-
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