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THE ANGLO-AMERICAN

1985 YEARBOOK

Production Layout Editors Erii<a Ellis Belir^do Phillpot

Business Manager Jennifer Kyle

Photography Editor Sang Kim

Faculty Advisor James McHugh

Photography Staff Eric Peters Robert Brooks Chris Hamer Eunok Moon Allegro De Morzio Belinda Phillpot Andrea Istel Robyn Brand

Special Thanks To: Jonathan Elderfield (writer), Roy Ashton (writer), Patty Silva (typist), Larry Bibi (designer of cover), John Malabre, Paola Cortona, Eric Zahler, Justine Angelis, Lynn Meir, Ualani Kamoi, Ernesto De Marzio, Lynda Hicks and Jason Hunt,

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Administration &. Facuity Page 4 Student Life............................ Page 20 Sports...................................... Page 30 Organizations......................... Page 42 Underclassmen....................... Page 48 Seniors.....................................Page 66 Advertisem ents.................... Page 126

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ADMINISTRATION


ADMINISTRATION & FACULTY


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THE HEADMASTER

Paul Beresford-Hill

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ADM INISTRATION & FACULTY


ADMINISTRATION

Irene McCreery Principal, Upper School

Torrence Burrowes Dean of Students Spanish

Rebecca Lang Principal, Primary School

Colin Hope Dean of Academics Latin

ADMINISTRATION & FACULTY


ADMINISTRATION

Barbara Robbins Guidance Counselor

Elizabeth Youman Alumni Co-Ordinator

Gina Shapiro Admissions

ADM INISTRATION & FACULTY


ADMINISTRATION

G eorge Milligan C om puter-W icat

Eleanor Hilsman C om puter-W icat

Charlotte Dion Librarian

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ADMINISTRATION

Rachel Spicer Registrar

Juan Lorenzo M aintenance

ADM INISTRATION & FACULTY

Beatric Hirsch Bookkeeper

Willie Summerville M aintenance


Elyse Sussman Kindergarten

Joanne M cGowan 1st Grade

Joan Marie Reichard 2nd Grade

SCHOOL

PRIMARY

Rachel Zocharia 3rd Grade

M argaret Devany 4th Grade

Ian Kelly Assistant

Maryiln Mead 5th Grade

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SOCIAL SCIENCES

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Carol Harrison-Wong History

Robert Davis History

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ADMINISTRATION & FACULTY

Nancy Chorley Sociology


PHYSICAL EDUCATION

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Michael Olayos

Alice Finnegan

Vivian Mikovic

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Peter Carvel — Drama

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Helena Taylor — Art

ARTS Keith Griggs Lower Schooi IVIusic

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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Huguette Zahler — French

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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Gary King

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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT James McHugh

Christine Burns

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Nora Steele — Biology


To the '85 Gang, I w ant to wish all of you the very 'Best' in the future! Take care and God blessll "G o o d -b y e " is not an ending when you know th a t people care, for miles may com e betw een you but the warm thoughts are always there , . "G o o d -b y e " is not an ending but a different start for you, a time for making brand new friends and seeing dreams com e true . , , "G o o d -b y e " is not an ending for you'll find along life's w ay within your heart you'll always hove a part of yesterday, â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Am anda Bradley Love Always and Aloha

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Louise Kamai Ualani Kamai

Compliments of Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Bernstein

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STUDENT

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STUDENT LIFE


STUDENT LIFE


SCENES FROM THE SCIENCE FAIR


STUDENT LIFE

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INTERNATIONAL EVENING

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STUDENT LIFE


The night of Decem ber 19, 1984 was not a normal night by any standards. After a hard days work many of the school's to p performers m ade their w ay to PS 163 to prepare for the International Evening. While students and their parents were bringing in the food which was to becom e an exotic meal for the many who a tten d e d, the actors, singers, and dancers were making their last minute preparations. After the food had been served in a flag adorned room and the guests hod eaten a feast of delicacies from around the world, the show was to begin. The entertainm ent cam e from many different parts of the school. Mr. Gary King the Master of Ceremonies and port time math teacher sang three songs using his powerful voice. There was dancing from tw o tenth graders â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Natascia Diaz and Juliana Lee, Cancan dancers (both female and male), a breokdance routine from Mark Vincent and Hula dancing from Uolani Kamai with a little help from Mr. Davis. Mr, Olayos ran throughout the entire show but never g o t the chance to perform, while other faculty members who were allowed to perform included Mr. Urry, Mr. Sheppard, Mr, Hope and Mrs, Chorley. The evening was a success, with many parents, students and faculty attending in order to g e t a taste of foreign food and entertainm ent. This delightful evening also included choral singing, a drama skit, the "TV skit" and a raffle.

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After having been released from school for Christmas vacation, could anyone have e xp e c te d Anglo-American School students to be serious; of course not. This years Talent (or Gong) Shov^ was an interesting display of our school's talent, as never seen before. The judges: Mme. Zahler, Mrs. Youman, Mr, Sheppard, and Dr, O'Hanlon used as much discretion as the audience v^/ould allovÂť/ and Mr. Urry (the MC dressed as a clov\/n) did a g o od job of introducing the performers, First pla ce w ent to some of Anglo's most beautiful girls: Ms. Kamai, Ms. Paula Vincent and Ms. Francis Morris. Second p la ce w ent to M adonna and third to the rock group, ZZ Topless. The audience seemed to enjoy all the talent and the final impression of the school, given by a video ta p e set to the music of "teachers".

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I'm really serious this time Paul. If you try th a t one more tim e I'll

Which picture most represents how you feel on Friday afternoon?

Sorry Jon, you still d o n't look 17.

Now if we plant the bomb In the basement , , . In room B4 . . .


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Anyone going my way?

Aah sweet passion!!

If I sign this I can really kick Reagan out of office.

Behind the scenes a t Anglo!


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SPORTS


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CROSS

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Anglo-American's cross country teann â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the Eagles, led by captains

Anglo-Am erican's cross country te a m â&#x20AC;&#x201D; thie Eagles, led by captains Jonathian Elderfield and Ualani Kamai and C oach Oloyos (aided by m anager Peter Schneider), soared to impressive heights, as it has done years before. By putting in m any hours of hard p ra ctice before and during the season, the team was able to be victorious in m any o f the seasons races. The boys te a m consisted of C aptain Elderfield, John Santoiemma, Paul Vincent, Frank Morris, Fred Fiori, Christopher Langmeyer, Mark Wilson and John M cCreery, for the girls C aptain Kamai, Nikki Harley, Justine Angelis and Jennifer Kyle. Middle School members w ere Sandy Dillon, Josh Smith, Chandler Evans, Sasha Burdette and Sean Gallahue. The boys te a m record was a victorious one for dual meets, with eleven wins and six loses to other private schools in the area Also the Eagles ran well enough during the season to take second p lace in the McBurney and Storm King Invitotionals. By the end of the season the school record of 14:17 for the 2.5 mile course a t Van Cortland Park had been equaled by C aptain Elderfield. Three members of the boys te a m qualified for the New York State Federation m eet by running well in the Empire State Private School race. Even though the te a m did not have m any runners this year they still m anaged to pull off team victories. N icolette Harley ran very strongly this year and qualified for the Federation m eet which will p lace her against the states best runners, Both Jennifer Kyle and Justine Angelis ran their personal bests this season because of their enthusiastic te a m work, It has been a quick but fun cross-country season, All out thanks should go to our C oach Mr, O for gettin g us through this season and for proving to us th a t w e are true athletes, SPORTS

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VARSITY SOCCER The 1984 soccer season was marred by injuries, lack of p ra ctice and lack of a tten d a nce , — pre­ venting w hat could have been a winning season into a barely respectable one. The season started well, with an opening win over league-rival Brooklyn Friends, 2-0. Although the team did not play well, Anglo-American proved to be to o powerful for their opponents. For the next gam e, the team m et on Saturday to ploy Storm King. Again the team did not play well, and the result was a 6-6 tie. With a 1-0-1 record and a lot of confidence, tri­ state power, Staten Island A cadem y was much looked forward to. In the highlight of the season a healthy Anglo-American squad handed Staten Is­ land a very rare d e fe a t in stunning fashion. In fa c t it was their only d e fe a t all season, 4-2, Looking ahead to the finals and perhaps being to o confident, the te a m d ro p p e d consecutive gomes to Poly Prep, Portledge and St. Paul's before defeating Rhodes, The team then p roce e d ed to lose to the N.Y. Friends team . Another loss to McBurney, 4-0 did not help the team 's confidence as they entered the League with a 3-7-1 record. In the semi-final of the championship, however, Rhodes becam e a victim of the team 's true potential, 8-0. In the final, against a traditionally tough Dwight team , a heartbreaking loss, 3-2 could not explain the torm ent of a season which sow a very talented, big and quick team plagued by injuries.


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Girls Volleyball This year our m o tto was, "W h at w e lack in exper足 ience, we m ake up for in enthusiasm." With the help of the co-captains, Reno Humphreys and Elanah Berg, our team unexpectedly proved to be as suc足 cessful as other teams in previous years. Highlights of the year were victories against New Lincoln and Bal足 dwin. We would like to give credit to Rena for being chosen by the coaches, for the third year in a row, os a league All-Star. Recognition is given to Elanah Berg, who was chosen by the team to particip a te in the Coaches-Players gome, We thank Ms, Finnegan for her time, enthusiasm and encouragem ent in helping us g e t through the season and w e would also like to thank Robyn Brand (the third senior on the te a m ) for helping us encour足 ag e the other team members. The underclassmen members show great promise for a successful 1985 season.

Back row: Natalia Glisenti, Helene Schneider, C oach Alice Finnegan, Kerry La Belle, Dina Osman, Nicole Blair, Daphne Xhemali. Front row: Rena Humphreys, Elanah Berg.

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GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Back row: Helene Schneider, Laura Cullen, Ualani Kannai, Jenni足 fer Kyle, Erika Ellis, Lynn Meir. Front row: Jasmine Halbreich, Alle足 gro De IVIarzio, Samantha Booth, Ragna Teiimonn, Absent: Na足 talia Glisenti, Nicolette Harley, Nino Rote

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The 1984 TAAS Basketball te a m consist of many players from different and diverse backgrounds: Italians, Russians, Afro-Americans all on the court a t the same time exemplifying the international reality our school has to offer, C aptain J. Hunt, who is a four year veteran, provides strong leadership on an off the court. Frank Morris and Josh Lurie are the other seniors on the team who aid in leadership and they also maintain an atmosphere which helps the team to relax a fter tense situations. Next year there are several promising juniors, sophomores and freshman who will carry the team , provide leadership and hopefully continue the winning tradition. P.S. From Jay, Josh and Franco to C oach O â&#x20AC;&#x153; It's been real!"

Back row: C oach Michael Olayos, Frank Morris, Mark Wilson, James Eustice, Jorgo Yfantopoulos, Aditya Dehejia. Front row: Stephen Carter, Paul Abelli, Maurizio Morello, William Daniels, Joshua Lurie SPORTS


BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL SPORTS

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ORGANIZATIONS

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ORGANIZATIONS


ORGANIZATIONS

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NEWSPAPER

Back row: Mr, Gary Berke, Suzanne Lauer, Nicole Carter, Roy Ashton, Jonathan Weidlinger, Ualani Kamai, Mr. Nigel Urry. Middle row: All Ebtehadj, Danique Day, Max Heller. Front row: Sang Kim

MODEL UN

Back row: James Eustice, Aditya Dehejia, Eric Haims, Scott Burns, Seamus Brennan. Front row: Erik Levy, Paul Abelli, Jamie Krass.

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LIBRARIAN AIDS

Back row: Chris Eccleston. Front row: Albert Ngai, Rebecca Worshow, Ms, Dion

COMPUTER CLUB

Back row: Ali Ebtehodj, Albert Ngai, Chris Eccleston, Peter Schneider Front row: Ellen Schechter, Julian Farmer, Sasha Burdett, Heather Curatolo.

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TECHNICAL THEATRE Back row: Dawn McKibbin, Front row: Peter Schneider, N icolette Harley, Rupert Herder, Absent Chris Angelis, Mr. Davis

Back row: Christopher Langmeyer, Eric Marcus, Taiyoung, Richard Kim, Malcolm Johnston, Front row: Jean-Claude Parker, Steven Joffe.

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HOCKEY

Back row: Ali Ebtehadj, Michael Shua, Albert Ngai, Eric Marcus, Steven Jaffe, Ilya Karlin, Richard Kim, Christopher Langmeyer, Andrew Withers. Front row; Kevin Stussmon, Malcolm Johnston,

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UNDERCLASSMEN

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UNDERCLASSMEN


KINDERGARTEN Back Row: Miss Sussman, James Besen, Mark Lichtenstein, Christopher Peregrin, Michelle Williams. Middle Row: Alexis Mann, Maryann Fierstein, Margaret Marinaccio, Leah Wood, Lauren Goldstein. Front Row: Hugh Jr. Brown, Sergio Rebroco, Jonathon Obermon

FIRST GRADE Back Row: Miss McGowan, Amanda McDonald, Stefan Heitmeyer, Christopher Cotter. Middle Row: Michael Reese, Morwon AlSobbogh, Andreino Marover, Stuart Jakub, Sam Irons. Front Row: Moses Farrow, Adam Sovitch, Andrew Keane. Absent: Christopher Villaneuva

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SECOND GRADE

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Back Row: Mrs. Reichard, Zachary Turner, Linda Claude, Nicki Berliner, Clinton Evans, Ion Kelly Middle Row: Allyson Bricken, Angela Phillpot, Barbara Claude, Dore Mann, Jason Rosen Front Row: Bobby Cardona, Kip Lubliner Absent: Holey Freeman

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THIRD GRADE

ANOtO AMERICAN SCHOOL

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Back Row: Joanna Andujar, Francesca Lanza, Miss Zacharia, Jessica Estes Front Row: Alex Englander, Abdul Moazomi, Michael Carroll, Sharon Cooper, Somer Ergulec

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FOURTH GRADE

Back Row: Moenther Al-Sabbagh, Jannu Goldschmidt, Lawrence Bondulich, Joshua Jason Mauskopf, Miss Devany, Jamie Wood Middle Row: Loeishea Fahie, Krista Raynes, Maryanne Williams, Catherine Farmer, Vanessa Deboutee Front Row: Justin Philips, M atteo Lanza, Nathaniel Jenne, Bryan Roth

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FIFTH GRADE

Back Row: Mrs. Mead, Timothy Townsend, Nikolai Escanes, Brad Berson Front Row: Patricia Luck, Melanie Austin, Inga Butler, Anna Philpott, Giada Tordiglione

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SIXTH GRADE im inijm m uia

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Back Row: Sasha Burdett, Sean Gallahue, Joshua Smith, Tiana Mandukich, Chandler Evans, Laura Schneider Middle Row: Ellen Schechter, Inge Deboutte, Stephanie Pariser, Stacy Lerman, Chisoni Brownell, Sharon Simmons Front Row: Evan Besen, Julian Farmer, Thomas Reese, Hakan Ergulec Absent: Michael Aron, Avi Katz, Tadd Cortell

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SEVENTH GRADE

Back Row: Lucas Gebb, Yutoka Tamura, Ben Alicea, Nikil Dehejia, John Jirado, Robin Kodairo Front Row: Heather Curatolo, Dalia Osman, Nancy Shua, Marzia Giisenti, Tara Isserman, IViaysoun Abulhassan Absent: Caderyn Okely

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EIGHTH GRADE

Back Row; Ryan Rogers, Yael Swica, Jeremy Bennett, Justin Rohrlich, Dawn Cotton, Sasha Botbol, Alexander Dillon Middle Row: Rebecca Warshow, Tamara Fried, Claire Kelly, Melissa Brown, Wendy Lana, Cheyanne Mallas Front Row: Carter Smith, Gianluca Morello, Robert Amrani, Marc Meltzer, Andrew Kaye Absent: Matthew Belson, Siobhan Okely

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NINTH GRADE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; C

Back Row: Anna Grossman, Elbin Del Rio, Gardner Knight, Ctnarles Onisini, Nicole Carter, Belinda Ohio, Jonthan Schwartz Front Row: Jane Casey, Dina Osman, Nicole Randelman, Rachel Azani, Kim Schwartz Absent: Paul Treiblock

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Back Row; Jasmine Halbreich, Jennifer Leyton, Natalia Glisenti, Peter Schneider, James Dale Front Row: William Daniels, Jeanne Ulius, Susan Coster, Helene Schneider, Tara Shafer, Suzanne Lauer, David Segal, Hosein Moazami

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TENTH GRADE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B

Back Row: Jamie Krass, Christopher Longmeyer, Pooio Tordigiione, Seth Nesbitt, Jeon-Claude Parker, Robert Brooks, Eric Zahler Front Row: Danique Day, Laura Cullen, Allegro De Marzio, Rachel Schreiber, Christa Kelly Absent: Rupert Horder, Eric Peters, Down McKibben, Albert Ngoi, Claudio Heimboch

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TENTH GRADE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; F

Back Row: Richard Kim, Ali Ebtehadj, Christopher Eccleston, Aditya Dehejia, James Eustice, John IVlcCreery, Nicole Sigman, Andrew Withers IVliddle Row: Jun Hye Hyun, Eiko Park, Eiissa Beigne, Nina Rote, Erika Ring, Lisa iViesser Front Row: Luke Knowles, Eric Marcus Absent; Justine Angelis

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TENTH GRADE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M

Back Row; Malcolm Johnson, Mike Shua, Eric Levy, Steven Jaffe, Eric Haims, Andrew Nason, Taiyoung Ahn Middle Row: Juliana Lee, Maxine Harley, Samantha Booth, Elyse Miller, Natascia Diaz Front Row: Avie Weiner, Paul Abelli, Kevin Stussman

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ELEVENTH GRADE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; C

Back Row: Drew Lasher, Chris Kemp, Jay Picotte, Fred Fiore, William Theodoracopules, Jack Sidhu, Mark Willson, Seamus Brenner, Franco Bacchetta, Emile Gangrian Middle Row: Steven Carter, Fran Davidson, Gye Hoe, Daphnae Xhemali, Nicole Messer Front Row: Randy Hamilton, Maurizo Morello, Joe Kum Song Absent: Alec DiNapoli, Madeline Jones

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ELEVENTH GRADE

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Back Row: Scott Burn, Max Heller, David Rickard, Michael Grondahl, Thomas Walsh, Jorgo Yfar^topoulos, Brewster Pettus, Matthew Bernstein Middle Row: Reeja Majeed, Ragna Teilmann, Nicole Blair, Yvette Leeper, Sheila Hollins, Tanya Milliner, Kerry La Belle Front Row: Leland Ludington, William Lana, James Taylor, Ivan Starr Absent: Carlo Bacchetto, John Faber

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To Mr, Hill a n d the Faculty of Anglo-A m erican: 'Thank You" The Paris Family

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"N ow I have gained some understand足 ing of ttie only world th a t w e see. Things th a t I once dream ed of Have becom e reality"


VANESSA VAN BELLINGHAM "The greatest gift th a t one can give to another person is a deeper understanding of life and the ability to love and believe in self," â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Chantal

"If you bring forth w hat is v^ithin you, v\/hat you bring forth will save you . . . If you d o n 't bring forth w hat is within, w hat you do not bring forth will destroy you."

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STEPHANIE JILL YOUNG

If you think you are beaten, you are. If you dare not, you d o n 't If you'd like to win, but think you c a n 't. It's alm ost a cinch you w o n 't. If you think yo u 'll lose, you've lost. For out in the world you'll find â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Success begins with a fellows w ill. . . It's all in the state of mind. Author Unknown

To Mom, Dad, Stacie and Allison, Thanks for all your support, I could not have done it without you. I love you all very much!

. . . We c a n 't all be captains, w e 've g o t to be crew. There's something for all of us here. There's big work to do, and there's lesser to do And the task you must do is near. If you c a n 't be a highway then just be a trail. If you c a n 't be a sun be a star; It isn't by size th a t you win or you fail Be the best of w hatever you are! â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Douglas Malloch

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I am not confused I'm just well mixed â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Robert Frost

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"I can feel the blue tears roll down my face. Oh It would be fabulous If I can m ake an o cean with the tears and then I can dive into my ocean, and be alone"

FIROOZEH EBTEHADJ

To my co t, “ You know th a t I will always love you so why did you leave me? But I promise you th a t I will find you when I die just like you did.”


SHAHIRA SHAKER

You may think I am transparent but I am as d e ep as a well.

Anything wom en do, they must do tw ice as well as men to be thought half os good. Luckily it's not difficult. Shahira Shaker, Stephanie Lorain and Firoozeh E. (best friends forever)

HA/VG ON Run Run As fast as you con. Don't let it c a tc h up. If you do . . . you'll be sorry Not to have w aite d to improve Yourself, your friends . . . your life. Don't lose faith You can m ake it. Believe in yourself like I believe in you. Don't let go, hang on, please . . . please I c a n 't be left alone to fa c e the world But, you give me no choice So, now everyone will know The truth, a b ou t you.


STEPHANIE LORAIN love life, hate life, no m a tte r the life that's life!

as I sit, thinking — of the past . . . I seem to rem em ber — painful incidents, b e tte r than happy ones, suddenly, my eyes fill with tears I try to keep a smile, but I c a n 't it's impossible, so I burst as tears run dow n my fa c e I lift my head and with a smile I think — Yes, I think of the future. life is something th a t h a p p e n s to y o u , while you are busy making other plans. John Lennon

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GIGLIOLA (JILL) XHEMALI

I feel it when 1sorrow most: It is b e tte r to have loved and lost than never to have loved a t all. — Alfred, Lord Tennyson

The grea t thing in this w o r l d is n o t so m u c h where w e are, but in w hat direction w e are moving, — O.W. Holmes

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LUCAS LA FONTAINE

Think slow. A c t Fast Buster Keaton

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SANG H. KIM I wanna Rock!! Sisters

'I live for tine weekends!! Let the Music Piay!! Shannon

Rock 'N' Roll Rebel' â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ozzy

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JONATHAN WEIDLINGER

"The roots of education ore bitter but tine fruit is sw eet."

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JENNIFER ANN-MARIE KYLE Amazing Grace, How sw eet the sound To save a w retch like me I once was lost now I'm found. — John N ewton

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknow ledge him, and he will m ake your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5, 6 V

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ERIKA MACHELLE ELLIS United we stand Divided we fall

You d o n 't miss a g o od tiling until it is gone.

It is b e tte r to sit quiet and be thought a fool than to speak and rem ove all doubt. — Unknown

The goal of yesterday may be the starting point of tomorrow. — Unknown

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JASON GARRETT HUNT Strive for excellence. Exceed yourself, love your friend Speak the truth, p ractice Fidelity and honor With your Father and Mother. These principles v^/ill help you master Yourself, make you strong, give you hope, and put you on a path to greatness. — Joe Weider —

J.L. — W hat are vje going to do now th a t high school is over?

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J.G.H. — H.S. is over and it's time to g e t some college S.S.Y. (answer)

The end of Anglo is the beginning of life — — Josh Lurie

Never be afraid of change Treat it as a challenge. — Sherman S. Lurie

Dad, Your memories and smiles Will be with me throughout The rest of my life.

I am part of all That I have met: yet all experience is on arch where Through Gleams That untravelled world, whose margin fades Forever and forever when I move. How dull it is to pause, to make an end. To rust unburnished, not to shine in use! As Though to breath were life Life piled on life were all to little — Tennyson —

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The Beautiful One's Always Smash the Picture Always Everytime!

"The night is black and beautifui and so are tl~ie souls of my people . . . "

— Prince —

Thanks Mom and Dad for Everything

It g a ve birth to the phrase th a t p re s e n te d a new sense of dignity and a ral­ lying imagery to the p e o ­ ple of the m ovem ent —

I c a n 't help it if I w an ted to, w o u ld n 't help it, even if I could. — M. Jackson

— Langston Hughes

"The u ltim a te m easure o f a man is not where he stands in moments of com fort and co n ­ venience, but where he stands a t times of challenge . . . " — Martin Luther King Jr. Bye

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Bye — Franco


JOHN SANTOEMMA JAH is ever living Thanks Guys! Its been real!

Jason: Thanks for everything. I v\/ill iove you forever! You are a real friend. Ua: See you soon. Van: Love Ya! Sfeph: Studio, Hardrook, me, you, one, live, love!

Special Thanks to my A unt Ann, a super person!

Mom: You are everything a mother should be and so much more, I love you mom! Dad: I loved you and I will moke you proud! SENIORS

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RENA HUMPHREYS

I like tw o kinds o f m en; fo re ig n a n d domestic. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; M ae West

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UALANI KAMAI I close my eyes and see you washing aw ay my doubts and fears I know th a t you're the only one Who can dry my bitter tears The glory o f your presence is brighter than the highest star â&#x20AC;&#x201D; I found a priceless treasure and it is hidden Where you are . ,.

Thanks for everything mom!

"Alpha & O m e g a "


ALYSSA LEYTON

W hat me Worry? — Alfred E. Newman

Thanx N.D., J.R., Jen, Mom, Dad I Luv Ya . . .

If there's anything b e tte r than laughter, you let me know. — Scottie Templeton

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Forget w hat life Used to be, You are w hat You c h o o s e to be. It's w hatever it is You see, th a t life Will becom e. — Jackson Browne

The dirt of gossip b lo w s , in to m y fa c e . A n d th e d u s t o f rum ors cover me. So I'll ta ke a stand, and rem ain as I am . And bid farew ell a n d n o t g iv e a damn. — Bob Dylan

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Special thanl<s to you all! R.S, V.D.S, F.S, C.F, V.B, L.V, F.C.

LAVINIA SASU

"All life is an experim ent, tlie more experiments you m ake the b e tte r . . . "

"T lie equality is the soul of frienship."

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SAMANTHA RICHMAN Chester, Michelle, Tabltha, & Champain . . . you never left my mind nor my heart, Beverly — I LUV YOU, & Thanks for My Tabltha.

, . . MEMBER Mabel Yah Yah MF — CA — RC

4-EVER . . , Scubby & EM BagelHead FLORIDA

SWEET, PEA AND B R I G H T E Y E S

D a d d y — you h a v e fin a lly com e through, Thanx for your support.

M O M M YOU Have Been

My BEST FRIEND IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD

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STEVE CHUN

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ANNIE DESCOTEAUX

Deep River Ontario

J'aimerais quand m em e te dire fout c e que j'al pu ecrire Je I'ai puise a ilencre de tes yeu. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Francis Cabrel

Croissant plus . . . drugstore Le p a la ce L'OmlDre jaure Midnight express, Le Gauiois .. . Q uebec

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ERNESTO DE MARZIO

"MUCH MADNESS IS DIVINEST SENSE” — Emily Dickinson —

i THINK THEREFORE I AM, I THINK — Descantes —

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LET THE POWER RISE....... Quest for Fire In the time when dinosaurs w alked the earth When the land was swamp and caves were home In an ag e when prize possession was fire To search for landscapes men would roam Then the tribes cam e to steal their fire And the wolves they howled into the night As they fought a vicious angry b a ttle to save the pow er of warm th and light IRON MAIDEN


ANDREW ARNHEM One Step Beyond.

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EUNOK MOON


PAOLA CORTONA

XENONS — FRESH — S.B. — BMW — DEC 16, 23 — "UNION OF THE SNAKE" — 505 — 742 — POLO — BENETTON — ORIENTA — LET'S DANCE — 9F — "RIO” — STING — AUG 6 — "FLASHDANCE" — FABRIANO — NO — HEADMANOR DELI — LE CHALET — ICED COFFEE — CHEROKEE — SB . . ,

DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA BEHIND ME VANISH IN THE AIR YOU'LL NEVER FIND ME I WILL TURN YOUR FACE TO ALABASTER WHEN YOU FIND YOUR SERVANT IS YOUR MASTER 98

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K.D.A.D.K.E.S.N.................. REMEMBERIIIII

— THE POLICE


ANDREA ISTEL

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VALERIA BORGHI


ANDREW TAYLOR

Lights are burning red and white Lost on an island in the night rescue me or here i stay a traffic isiand castway. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ruts

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DANA ROBIN ZEITZER Mint! Pickles and clieese on a bun d o n 't g e t soggy in tlie rain — pinl<ie siiake shake. W iia t do you nnean iittie Jonny's been fried? Here, fioid this. W hat? Oh, i didn't hear you. Just you w ait Moishe Kopian, just you wait. JUNiOR, DiD YOU SAY JUNiOR?! (OH NO!!!) G oodbye, Ohoriie Pebbie. " B u t! w ant to go upstairs" — "O.K. then iets ta ke the dow n escalator." Deezer-n-HO!. Meatballs and spaghetti (with sauce). A, B, or O, hmmm? Mangia! Mangia! Mangia! "He w ha ttt? , he toasted the files?!" — "Yes, and you d o n 't do th a t sort of thing in my house." C affeine kick! The princess, the m oat cleaner, the fruit salad &, the blueberry pie (let's not even mention the duck!). LION CUB POWER!!! "Oh, he'll definitely g e t the agony look" — "Y ea, definitely." Li, w hat is she talking about? (shake head). OMIGOD, KARATE?!. "N ow I c a n 't put m oney in my shoe" (serious convulsion time). "Only . . . BAP!!!!! Hey Li (eeee)! "W ynnnda, can I go . . Perpetuoily? . . . W hatt?!" She's so skinny it makes me sick! . . . um, do you have any chocolate? Could you picture . . . Nahh (Oh MY GOD.) But wait! There's MORE . . .

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XIDDS 8c BOODIE, you're both to o cool (BUT YOU KNOW I LOVE YOU . , , ) P.S, — Thank you for the phototaking, DADD &. Rizzo

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LISA CHRISTINE RIZZO

Like this or m aybe tliis , . . Freddi toasted the flies and you d o n 't do th a t sort of thing in my house. Whoot?! How many is it now? — 3? Meatballs (and souce)l Little John — Oh Yeah? Well now I c a n 't put my money in my shoe, or I'll lose it, W haat?! OZNII Mangial I really think I'm gonna die! Did you hear th a t a cce nt?ll Yeah rigghhtt?! What the hell is he looking at? Tell him off DanI Mint! How does it go? I'il never e a t another pizza in my life! I'd like to break th a t lily-white neck. Oh no, its up to 10. I'm really gonna be physically sick! God she's so skinny. — do you hove any chocolate? R + 0 = R.S. "W hat? Dana I c a n 't talk right now, I have to g e t ready for school. What? W hat time is it?" How can w e g e t rid of her? Mr. Reeast. — You know I'm taking Biology! Joela Ranio — thanks mom! "W h at hove I even done?" — Anyone have a machine gun? Mike I can only admire you from afar. But w ait, there's more . .. Just you w ait Melvin Goldstein, just you wait! Could you picture . . . Naoh! Hi Dad!


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Paul The Ball was walking down The Mali, and had a g rea t big fall, and then g o t tall, and then played with a doll . . . â&#x20AC;&#x201D; by Mark the Shark &. Paul the Ball

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COURTNEY BULLOCK How far your eyes may pierce I cannot tell. Striving to believe, oft we mar what's well. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; King Lear

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Drowsy for everythingl


YESSIN ASHMAWY

Within me Lies the pow er to seize the hour and Live my dreams

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To the free heart Life is a celebration of beauty a festival of the spirit.

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ROBYN BRAND

man, unlike any other thing, organic or inorganic in the universe, grows beyond his work, walks up the stairs of his concepts, emerges ahead of his accomplishments. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; John Ernest Steinbeck

The memory of those who lie below passes aw a y so soon A t first they tend them, morning, noon, and night; they soon begin to com e less frequently; from once a day, to once a week; from once a week to once a month; then a t long an uncertain intervals, then not a t all. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Charles Dickens

I'd like to thank my family For all the love and encouragem ent; I could never have m ade it through without you,

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"Mr, Ross, w hat should I doW"

"G randm a, I am trying to g e t to my locker. So please moveWl To my friends in Penn, thanx: "Max, sorry for all the times my half of the room smelled like a gym locker.â&#x20AC;?

My family. Da, Deb, Dave, Dawn, "M o m " & "D a d " (Mr. & Mrs. Beltz), Mich, Jo, Steve, "M o m " & "D a d " (Mr. & Mrs, Kline), Doc, Doug, Den, Ed, Bob, Warren &. Cindy S.

"Blueberry, how about getting together Fri. Nite and making love to our T.V, sets." P.S. bring Nell and Mom's pizza.

NIKKI HARLEY Who Who Who Who

cleaned my c u t when I skinned my knee? satisfied my every need? stayed the same when everything was new? else but you?

I love you Momlil your the best!!! Nicolette

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PATRICIA SLV

Keep smiling, it mal<es people wonder w lia t you've been up to. — Paul Williams Mom, you're m uneca is grown up! Love you.

Crazy little tiling called love. — Queen

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KATHRYN ANN KAESTLE

Life is not always w hat one wants it to be, but to m ake the best of it as it is, is the oniy w ay of being happy. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; J.J. Churchill

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On the other hand, I think th a t you're b e tte r off when you see things differently than otner people. That's w hat makes you you. — Deborah Horry The lost tennptation is the greatest treason: To do the right deed for the wrong reason — T.S, Eliot My feets is tired, but nny soul is a t rest. When you feel in your gut w hat you are, and then dynamically pursue it — d o n 't back down and d o n 't give up — then you're going to mystify a lot of folks — Bob Dylan It is better to win the p e a c e and to lose the war, — Bob Morley You hove to keep busy, A fter all, no dog's ever pissed on a moving car. — Tom Waits You can t explore the o ce an unless you hove the courage to lose sight of the shore, a little at a time — Dad Look around the corner — Dad I'm no doctor or miracle worker. I'm an entertainer, trying to express the fa c t that you con iibernote yourself, and soy, hell, yes, I can do it. Life is not a prison sentence, — Cyndi Lauper If you think in color, then everyone around you is going to think in color and th a t puts limits on the way You think. I d o n 't like that, — G race Jones In this life, you're on your own, — Prince When you begin thinking you really are number one . , , that's when you begin to nowhere. — Stevie Wonder I have sworn to die painting rather than waste aw ay in the paralysis which threatens old men. — Paul Cezanne I haven't really g o t a home anywhere. The earth's my home. I don't want to put down roots in cose I g e t restless. — Jimi Hendrix

ALYSSA WILDER I've let go of areas of selfim portance and self-doubt and I can say for the first time th a t I'm very happy. — Jessica Lange Purity of the heart is the one success worth having. In the tim e of your life — live. That time is short and it doesn't return again, it is slipping a w a y while I write this and while you read it, and the monosyllable of the clock is Loss, loss, loss unless you d e v o te your heart to its opposition, — Tennessee Williams


I m running down the railway track, They will c a tc h nne if I dare drop bock. W on't you help nne find the speed I lack," — Clash

JONATHAN

ELDERFIELD

"W ar is Peace, Freedom Is Slavery Ignorance is Strength' Orwell

Cogito, Ergo Sum" — Descartes

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You have the right not to be killed, murder is a crime, unless it was done, by a Policeman, or on Aristocrat, â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The Clash

CHRISTOPHER (RIFFRAFF) ANGELIS

Angelis's rewrite of pescute's postulate

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ALESSANDRO OCTAVIO QUENTIN I'm just an animal looking for a home and she leaves me space for a minute or tw o. And you love me till my heart stops, love me till I'm deadi . . , â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Talking Heads Col. time. iM e hoces una seguocia? Meroi madam. GianLuigi y Claudia:

When something doesn't com e out the Vi/ay one wants; it is an indication that there is something b e tte r in store for you. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; AQ.

Dios no me pudo haber dado dos personas tan carinosas com o ustedes! Gracias por todo. Soli benol

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To paraphrase W.S., "Everything was rotten in the state of Denmark." Rennaissance a t 16. Mr. Hill thank you is not enough,

Life, it's about time! Manegability . . . . Efrem, Frank W. + John W hat would I do without you?

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Pelludo, I Love You.


TONY PARIS

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LYNN MEIR

Guess I'm on my w ay . . . ?! — L.R.

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Sundown coming down to o soon No time to be alone So I'll take a glass of memories And understand the blues Oh they're the last thing you losel

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It's not the men in my life. But the life in my men! — Mae West

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Hey Mister Music sure sound good to me. I c a n 't refuse it. What to Be, g o t to Be. Feel like dancing. Dance cause we are free. Feel like dancing. Come dance with â&#x20AC;&#x201D; B. Marley


LYNDA CHRISTINE HICKS

A, B, or C — Who would you rather spend the weekend with? Nair in the hair; Big Bad Butch; T and A; Singin' in the Rain; Momma sized knife; Mad Max; Plucked chicken's p e t gerbil; W e're sorry to inform you but Johnny's been fried to death; Heavy Henrietta; W hat was th a t you said? Oh I couldn't hear you. Does anyone have any aspirin (gram m a) R + C = R.S. No it rhymes with — push (domino e ffe c t) Work in Bio?! No! Mr. Reast? O.K.!!! Sock it to him!! M.C. E, S. Princess, Baked Warm Blueberry pie; The Lion Club — and his gentle roar; oh yeh — c a n 't forget the duck! Pickles and cheese on a bun d o n 't g e t soggy in the rain (pinkie-shoke-shake) — or was it onions? Steph — pay attention, funny faces. I'm glad . . . oh well! Thanks for the note on life's progression, John, Li — w e have to stop being the first to buy tickets and the last on line. Thanks for everything Dana. I love you Mum and I couldn't have done it without you!

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Your children are not your children They are the sons and daughters of life's longing for itself. They cam e through you but not from you. And though they are with you yet they belong not to you. (K.G.)

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See the happy moron He d o e s n 't g iv e a damn, I wish I were a moron. My God. Perhaps I am.

Your friend is your needs answered He is your field which you sow with love and reap with thanksgiving And he is your board and your fireside. For you com e to him with your hunger, and you seek him for peace. (K.G.)

What more con I say of you. That I hove not already said? I will remember the precious moments, forever, 13, 10, 20, 10 2, 15, 26, 21, 9 13,16,23,6.26 10,15,8,10,15 16,22, 14, 16, 19 21,9,10,20,6 6, 21, 9, 2, 15 15, 21, 10, 19, 6 24, 16, 19, 13, 5

Give me but one firm spot on which to stand, and I will m ove the world.

Love one another, but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea betw een the shores of your souls Fill each other's cup but drink not from one cup, Give one another of your bread but e a t not from the same loaf. Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of You be alone, (K.G.) 122

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CLASS CELEBS

Class Scholars Class Leaders Class Athletes Class Wits Class Sweethearts Class Thespians Class Journalists Best Dressed Best Looking Best Personalities Most Versatile Most Likely To Succeed Most Enigmatic

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Lisa Rizzo Joshua Lurie Ualani Kamai Dana Zeitzer Larry Bibi Tony Paris Erika Ellis Ernesto De Marzio Valeria Borghi Paul Vincent Lynn Meir Joshua Lurie Andrew Taylor

Jonathan Elderfield Ualani Kamai Jason Hunt John Santoiemma Vanessa Van Bellingham Alyssa Wilder Jonathan Weidlinger Belinda Phillpot Roy Ashton Nikki Harley John Malabre Robyn Brand Andrea Istel


To thee I leave the following: Chris H. — Tenax Roy — 10 fourth grade girls Dorit — a lot of free time Robyn — a gigantic mirror Annie — an American a cc e n t Ernesto — your personal secretary Nikki — a bunch of M r. 's chest hairs Andrea — the memories of our 10th grade moth class Song — on answering machine Jenny — a free meal a t Tom's Pizzeria John M. — a lifetime supply of co ffe e Lynn — a "b la ckb o o k " listing all the available guys in the world Samantha — full length pants John S. — my collection of Black Uhuru 8c Bob IVlarley albums Shohiro — starched pants Alyssa W. — supply of amphetamines for those hectic days Dana — Prince, of course! Paul — transportation so you con bum around the states for a whi;e Andrew A. — a one w ay ticke t to England Elanoh — a job with 'The Enquirer' Larry — book of matches Courtney — a co m ple te Ralph Lauren wardrobe Fifi — a week in paradise with David Lee Jon E, — a year's membership a t a workout clinic Lynda — George's m agic touch &. a picture of Luke Jensen's legs Kathy — $10,000,000 Ilya — membership into the U.S. communist party Lucas — your very own Larry Bibi doll Alyssa L. — 'Snoopy' Eunok — a night on the tow n with Mel Tony — recording c o n tra c t with the hottest label in tow n Lisa — 'Buckoroo Banzai' Patty — strength in order to deal with 'M' Jon W. — bleach to cover your hair Jill — Billy and Jimmy Yessin — a stable Mark — a book entitled, ” How To Speak English C orrectly" Valeria — shooting session with Calvin Klein Steve — absentee book Poola — 'Goodies' m eat pies Erika — Vi of Lynn's inheritance Chris H. — free trip to Regae Sunsplosh Reno — several passionate and romantic nights with 'S' Jason — 3 free trips to N.J. Ualoni — a d a te with you know who Komron — a pair of scissors Stephanie L, — w hatever you d o n 't have already Josh — another mouth so you can e a t more Belinda — braces Alex — a year's supply of hormone pills Lovinia — a French haircut Vanessa — a maid to clean up your room Robin — all male football team Stephanie Y. — scholarship a t the college of your choice Andrew T. — a stuffed kangaroo Frank — an analyst for those days when you ore unsure of your sex SENIORS

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G ood Luck Samantha and the class of '85 Myra Richmond Ken Burrows Best Wishes to the Class of '85 Mr, Burrows and Family

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Memories Full of Hope Alone I sit Thinking — Yes of the past . . . I seem to remember — Painful incidents. Better than happy ones. Suddenly I feel my eyes My eyes ore filling themselves with tears; I try to keep a smile But I ca n 't It's impossible So I burst As the tears run down my fa ce I lift my head And with a smile I think. Yes, I think of the future.

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Thank you for the warm w elcom e to Natalia and Marizia,

To the Juniors Beware of the big, ba d wolves. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The Seniors

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Boosters: Hubert and Virgina Doris Arnold Blair Claude Descoteaux

Mom, You hove stuck by me through thick and thin and because of this 1 love you with all my heart, Always and forever.

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It's Been HELL (but w e m ade it)

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