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The AngloAmerican International School Yearbook 1988 This year is broug ht to you by: V itto rio Fanti, Guido Bouw, John Z ito, N atalia Glisenti, Jane Casey, Thom as Stiles, A lex Corrias, Jessica Trupin, A ndrew Browne, Stephen Browne, Peter Schnieder, Kim Schwartz, GJes V an Praagh, A d a m Kordish, Roberto Ricci, M o n ica M a lta g lia ti.;i^ ^ :^ ,^ „, Special th a n ks to: M m e Zahler, the a c tiv ity period yearbook bunch and all those w ho helped m ake this yearbook possible.

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Table Of Contents 1. Our Mentors II. Teenage Wasteland Part 1 III. Peons IV. Reminiscing V. VI. An occurence or incident, esp. a significant oneVII. Special Olympics IIX. Another Break IX. Who are you trying to kid? X. Anglo-gate XI. Spontaneity XII. Teenage Wasteland Part II XIII. Pork-Barreling

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Academics


Head Master

In these pages you will find a record o f the y e ar 1987-1988. You will see the happy smiling faces o f the g ra d u a tin g seniors plus a collection o f p h o to g rap h s reflecting life a t the school o ie r the pa st 10 m onths. It a lm o st seem s th a t the beginning of a new school y e ar is like the beginning o f a voyage and my role is sometimes th a t o f a C a p ta in . I m ust set the com pass in the direction o f the goals and aw ay we sail trying to avoid all the hidden icebergs, squalls, doldrum s and asso rte d h a z a rd s th a t will beset us until we re ac h our Hnal destination. W e never re ac h o u r final destination, however, because a s soon a s you leave my little c r a ft you will be on your way in a m uch bigger ship which will cradle you for a fu rth er four y e ars before you set ou t paddling on your own. Its been a wonderful pleasure w orking with you this y e ar and I c o n g ra tu la te the S enior class on their great successes. I wish you all well and I hope th a t when you dise m b a rk you will have fond m em ories o f our journey together. W ith every good wish, P a u l B eresford-H ill H e a d M a s te r

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Principals

Carol Harrison-Wong Irene McCreery

Rosemary Milliman


Office Staff

Elizabeth Torres

Rachel Spicer

Constance Ryan

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Ancillary Staff

Ms. Hillsman

Elizabeth Youman


Administration

Beatrice Hirsch — Bursar

Anne Brummer — Admissions

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Torrence Burrowes — Dean of Students

James M cH ugh — College Councellor

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ENGLISH

James McHugh — D epartm ent Head

Jean Gilroy Jennifer Paterson (M aster Class) 10


DEPARTMENT

Mark Koenig

Lisa C om m anger

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MATHEMATICS

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Gary King — Department Head

David Anstey


DEPARTMENT

Itir Arkan

Steven Clarke


SOCIAL STUDIES

Andrew Broderick — History, Theory of Knowledge

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M a tth e w Stodler — Theory of Knowledge, Political Theory, Psychology


DEPARTMENT

Carol Harrison-Wong — Department Head, History, Economics

Gerry Protheroe — History, Theory of Knowledge


SCIENCE

Nigel Urry — Department H ead, E nviro m e n ta l Sys­ tems.

Elmyra Bonus — Biology 16

Gillian Brent — Chemistry


DEPARTMENT

Tivadar Diveki — Physics

M a tt Dickinson — Gap Student

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MODERN

Huguette Zahler — D epartm ent Head, French

Claudette O’ Keeffe — French

Georgia De Santoli — Italian


LANGUAGES

H ector Valles — Spanish

Torrence Burrowes — Spanish


ARTS

Patricia King — A rt

Michelle Demko — Music

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DEPARTMENT

Peter Carvell — Drama

Stephanie Connell — Lower School A rt

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Farris Lynch — Kindergarten

Tobie Phyllis Sperry — First grade

Melanie Pitcher — Second grade

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School

Annette Lachman

Maggie Devany — Fourth grade

Marilyn M ead — Fifth grade

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PHYSICAL

Alice Finnegan

M ichael Olayos

M arion Appel 24


EDUCATION

Rusty Kanakogi

MAINTENANCE

Juan Lorenzo

Willie Somerville 25


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T A L E N T IS N U T U R E D IN S O L IT U D E ; CHARACTER IS FORMED IN THE STORMY BILLOWS OF THE WORLD. — GOETHE

ALESSANDRO CORRIAS


So I go on taking nny strength from the planet as it spins on so strong — M arilyn They promised me a rose garden and gave it to me . . . acre by acre — Joan Crawford


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Kimberly Lanoil

M o m + Dad b o th — T h a n x

Twins Forever!

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12 G rade: ta k e ap t's , v o m it " f o r e n a f t " , spring pre pa re f o r joy; or sham e. RELAX! It's n o t th e end o f life, It's just the be ginning o f th e end!

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NATALIA GLISENTI " M a n y , m a n y m a g ic w ords to th e D u tc h prince w h o s w e p t m e o f f m y fe e t and d e fin ite ly le ft m e b re a th ­ less."

M a m i, Pizzo e M a rz ia , y o u d e fin ite ly ea rne d t h a t spe­ cial p a rt o f paradise. M y h e a rt was you rs in th e first place . . . and alw ays will be

H o w a b o u t this 'lo v e ' thin g? P r o b a b ly t o o c o rn y to say anyw ay:

" A n d I fin d it kin d o f fu n n y , I fin d it k in d o f sad, th e dream s in w h ich I'm dying are th e best I've eve r had. I fin d it ha rd to tell you 'ca u se I fin d it ha rd to ta k e , w h en pe op le run in circles it's a very, very M A D W O R L D ." — T ears f o r Fears

A L W A Y S h o ld ­ in g m y h a n d , Johnny Bonny, G uido, A le x , V in n y P o o , K im , a n d my fa v o rite CIOCCIA(F.)

O ily e Cecile- -U rrah! Pern a c c h ie , briv id i, b a c i e ta n to a m o re (D e v e p ro p rio e s s e re " lo v e " !)

F rancesca- - -sem pre piu G A N Z O . . . che ci posso fare, I LOVE Y O U !

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L ove to ; Bridget, V itty, Kim. S, M o n ic a . M , N a tty , Jo nathan, Peter, M a u re e n Sheila T o m m v M ic h a e l, M o m & Dad, Doy sisters. X X O O I've been h a p p y lately, thin k in g a b o u t the g o o d things to com e and I believe it could be so m e ­ th in g g o o d has begun. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; C a t Stevens

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Vittoria Fanti To Laura, Francesca, Jane, Natalia I love you!

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M e w ith M o m A ll good g ifts a ro u n d m e are sent fro m he a v e n ab o ve — Godspell

w a n t to live as an honest m an . T o g e t all 1 deserve and to give all I ca n and to love a y o u n g w o m a n I d o n 't under­ sta n d . . . " — Vega

'T i m e himself is bald and th e re fo re to th e w orld's end will hove bold follow ers” — Shakespeare

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" H o w I wish, h o w I wish y o u w e re here. W e 're just tw o lo st souls s w im m in g in o fish b ow l y e a r o t te r year. R u nning o v e r th e sam e o ld g ro u n d s , b u t h a v e w e f o u n d th e s am e o ld tears? W is h y o u w e re h e r e ." —

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T h o u g h to rn in tw o , W e ca n be o n e " . — U2

5 years? N a h ! O rie n ta tio n w ith o u t dress c o d e ? From s y m m e try a t th e fire p la c e and h o m e m a d e a p p le c id e r t o c o n c e r s tic k s a n d c o r n e r s tore s o n A m s te rd a m A v e . M y , h o w w e 'v e c h a n g e d !!! Y o u s p e n t H O W M U C H ? !!? T h a n k s f o r all th e c lo th e s, th e c o n c e rts , (w h e re 's m y $10 a n y w a y ? ) a n d th e c h a n c e t o liste n t o y o u r lo v e life (w hich is b e tte r t h a n H A RLE Q U IN 'S!!!) N O m o re sto rie s in th e g re e n b o o k s . I'm t o o c o n fu s e d ! Y o u h a v e m a d e m y la st tw o years m o re b e a ra b le . T h a n x f r o m fa c ia l e x p re s s io n s t o M O M A o n ly t o fin d t h a t th e p a in tin g was g e ttin g cle o n e d . W h a t c a n 1 say? H e re 's t o all th e th re e h o u r p h o n e c o n v o s a n d t o p la yin g w ith th e ivories, S u g a rlo a f a n d th e M ic h e lin ja c k e t. B u t be nice, o r else I'll g e t th e w o o d e n s p o o n (Sorry a b o u t th e p ic tu re )

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"Life, I love yo u . A ll is g r o o v y . " — S im o n a n d G a rfu n k e l —

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M u m m y and Daddy T o g e th e r w e clim b e d the m ountains and rolled dow n the hills you never let me drown in the sea b u t w aited beside me as I learn't how to swim, I need n o t say anymore.

T hey have cradled you in custom , the y have primed you w ith their preaching. They have soaked you in convention through and through; They have p u t you in a showcase; you 're a credit to their teaching — But c a n 't you hear the Wild? It's calling you. Let us probe the silent places, let us seek w h a t luck betide us; Le t us journey to a lonely land I know . There's a whisper on the night — the wind, there's a star agleam to guide us. A n d the Wild is calling, calling . . . let us go. — Robert W . Service M y name is Tallulah A n d soon I'll be gone; A n open invitation is the road I'll travel on. I am nobody, who I never say goodbye are you? — Emily because the words upset me. Dickenson Y ou m ay forgive m y goin', b u t you w o n 't fo rg e t me! — Her nam e was Tallulah Bugsy M .

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Oh baby baby it's a wild world. — C a t Stevens

Jasmine Jordan (Halbreich)

I wish the world w ould fall asleep and love would rain on the world. W hen people would aw ake they would be shocked a t the condition o f their world. The people would set o u t on a quest to b e tte r the world. T o share their happiness. N o one will be hungry. A child w o u ld n 't know the sorrow o f a dead fa th e r fro m a fruitless war. There w o n 't be countries and governm ent. There will only be LOVE in our world! — Jazz. When anyone reads anything which he wishes to study he does n o t despise the letters and p u n ctu a tio n marks, and call them illusion, chance and worthless shells, bu t he reads them , he studies and loves them , letter by letter. But I w ho wished to read them , the book o f the world and the bo ok o f m y own nature, did presume to despise the letters and signs. I called the world o f ap­ pearances; illusion. I called m y eyes and tongue chance. Now it is over, I have aw akened. I have indeed a w a k ­ ened and have only been born today. From Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse

"Philosophy is the highest m usic" — Plato Imagine all the people living life in peace. Y ou m ay say I'm a dreamer, b u t I'm n o t the only one, som eday you may join us and the world will live as one. — John Lennon

Thanks to all for filling nny life with love, especially M om and Dad. — Toda Raba!

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Marco Romeo "O n c e in a while you get shown the light in the strangest o f places if you look at it right . . . " G rateful Dead

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M o m and Dad, thanks for your support!

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For well yo u k n o w th a t it's a fo o l

The snail w h ich e v e ry w h e re d o th ro a m b a c k Carrying his o w n h o use still, still is a t ho m e , Follow (fo r he is easily p a ce d ) this snail.

W h o plays it coo l By m a k in g this w orld A little colde r — Paul M c C a rtn e y

Be thine o w n pa la ce , or th e w o rld 's th y jail. — John D o nn e

It's so easy to laugh. It's so easy to hate. It ta k e s guts to be G entle and kin d — M orrissey

So y o u c a n 't rem e m ber T he bo y w ho used to whistle? C ar a c c id e n t or was it the war? W h ich W ar?

Patrick Comerford

— W illiam S. Burroughs

I was th e W alrus, b u t now I'm John, — John Lennon

D o n 't fo llo w leaders — Dylan

T rue sanity entails in one w a y or a n o th e r th e dissolution o f th e no rm al ego, th a t false self c o m p e te n tly adju ste d to o u r alien ated social reality: th e em ergence o f th e in ne r a rc h e ty p a l m e d ia to rs o f divine po w e r and th ro u g h this d e a th a rebirth and th e e v e n tu a l ree sta blishm e nt o f a new kin d o f ego now being th e servant o f th e divine, no lo ng er it's be trayer. — R.D. Laing

Som e fo lk s w o u ld be h a p p y just to have one dre am com e true. But e ve ryth in g you g a th e r is just m o re th a t y o u can lose. — G a rc ia /H u n te r

It's n e ver t o o late to ha ve a h a p p y childh oo d. — T o m Robbins

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If yo u c a n 't be w ith th e one y o u love, love the one y o u 're w ith

W h a m Bam T h a n k yo u m 'a m D avid Bowie

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M o m , D ad th a n k s f o r all y o u r support, special th a n k s to Carl, Nina T h a n k y o u T rin ity â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Pawling, Bret and the T-P Boys


So, b e fo re we end and th e n begin ■— w e 'll drink a to a s t to k n o w it's b e en . . . I've loved these days. — Billy Joel

JENNIFER LEYTON Life is g o o d — wild and sweet. Le t the m usic play on. Lionel Richie

T hings t h a t are rig ht — endure — A n o n y m o u s

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T o Fran and Jen S. H o w a b o u t som e "S a k I? " T o Jon K, Erika, “ W o o d y " , C h a r l e s a n d J e n S. — frie n d s h ip is b o rn a t th e m o m e n t w h e n o n e person says t o a n o th e r; " W h a t , y o u to o ? I t h o u g h t I was th e only o n e .” I lo v e y o u guys!

D e a r M o m , D a d , G ro m , Jay, a n d A lysso, T h a n x fo r th e tim e s y o u 'v e given m e an d th e c o n fid e n c e y o u 'v e sh o w n m e. I c o u ld n 't h ove m a d e it w ith o u t you.

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Y ou m ust now chop dow n the largest tree in the forest w ith — A herring! — M o n ty Python

T h a t's a lot o f g u ff! — M r. Protheroe

Sometimes, if I lie dow n in a field on my back, very still, and look in fin ity in the face, I can feel the earth m ove.

Tim e to m ake the dough­ nuts.

John, ge t me a gun! — M o n ic a R.

— The dunkin donuts man.

All the fa t, skinny people; all the tall, short people; all the nobody people; all the some­ body people: I never tho ugh t I w ould need so m any peo­ ple. — David Bowie

Well Tad, w h a t con I say? D o n 't confuse the signpost fo r the place. — M r. Dunbar Facts are merely the shad­ ows o f the tru th . — M u h a m m a d Ali I have five dollars fo r each one o f you. — Bernard H ugo G oetz Cyrus, are you listening? Then stop talking please! — M r. A nste y

John Morrin

Helena, y o u 'v e go t to understand th a t being my little sister does carry certain responsibilities. — J.M .

O ur so-called leaders speak, w ith words they try to jail you. Subjugate the m eek b u t it's the rhetoric o f failure. — The Police

Sometimes we live no particular w ay b u t our own. — Dead

Em brace life w ith y o u r w hole m ind and he art. T o love u n c o n d itio n a lly Is to fre e yo u rse lf fro m bitterness and fe a r, to split th e n y m p h a l shell o f y o u r em o tion s, and to live in peace w ith you rself and th e w o rld a ro u n d you. If we are to cha ng e th e w o rld in w h ich we live, th e cha ng e m u s t first ta k e place w ith in ourselves, w ith in every being. T h e rest fo llo w s na turally.

I'll get it to you tom orrow ! — Bill M . I hate quotations! — Ralph W aldo Emerson

Into the pit! — Pel

Thanks to each and every one o f you fo r Beware o f all enterprises th a t require new m aking it all w orth it. clothes. — J.M . — Thoreau So m uch to say, so little space to say it in.

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"O n e day the real w olf will come to give meaning to all the false cries th a t have lulled us" — A .W . "A n d you know it's time to go, through the sleet and driving snow, across the fields of mourning, to a light tha t's in the distance" — U 2

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"A a g h ! Y ou kn o w no kno w le dge !!" Gerry P.

"Y e s , b u t in the end, is all this ever going to help me m a ke some p a s ta ? " — Me

To B&T — W e've used up a lot of brown bags from Char­ lie's to the park haven't we?


Thomas Stiles.

"G o o d friends w e've had, g oo d friends w e've lost, along the way. In this g re at fu tu re , you c a n 't fo rg e t your past, so dry yo u r tears I s a y ." — Bob M a rle y

"L ife 's been g oo d to me so f a r ! " — Joe W alsh "Fare ye well, I love yo u m o re th a n w ords can te ll." — G re atfu l Dead Thanks M o m , Dad, Barbara


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Friendship is a single soul dw elling in tw o bodies. A ris to tle

T o d e m a n d sense is th e h a llm a rk o f nonsense. N a tu re does n o t m a k e sense. N o th in g m ak e s sense. A y n Rand

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Jonathan Schwartz T h e first one n o w will la te r be th e last one. — Bob Dylan

I d o n 't need t o fig h t to p ro ve th a t I'm right. — The W ho

T h e in cid e n t m ad e a g re a t im pression on th e boy, answ ering in c ro u g h w a y th e riddle w hich had been a n n o y in g him: " H o w is life o rg a n iz e d ? ". T hings lived on each o th e r — th a t was it. Lobsters lived on squid and o th e r things. W h a t lived on lobsters? M e n , o f course! A n d w h a t lived on m en? . . . W as it o th e r me? Sure th a t was it, m en lived on o th e r m en. — T h e o d o re Dreiser

The wise are n o t learned; the learned are n o t wise.

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GILES VAN PRAAGH W h y am I talking to an auditoriunn full o f nriutant sheep? J.B. Trudeau

Once he had run over an old lady and had broken her leg, but no one had g o tte n mad at him ab out it. Joy Williams W elcom e to one o f your ancestral mansions. Thom as Hardy

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Ridin' th a t train, high on coca in e, Casey Jones yo u b e tte r w a tc h y o u r speed. — G ra te fu l D ead

T a k e m y ha nd , and we'll m a k e it, I swear. — Jon Bon Jovi

Jimi H e nd rix

M e g — I love y o u so m uch. Just d o n 't gro w up to o fast. — T e dd y

A n d th e wind SCREAMS M a ry ,

Y o u can c h e c k o u t a n y tim e y o u like, b u t y o u can n e ver leave. — T he Eagles

T o M o m and Dad: I love yo u b o th , even th o u g h y o u h a te each other.

H e re's a n o th e r p o in t in life y o u should n o t miss; do n o t be a fo o l; w hose prejudice; cause w e 're all w ritte n d o w n on th e sam e list! — RUN D M C

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Polly S. Kaplan

Be glad th a t y o u are free fre e to ch a n g e y o u r m ind

T o dre a m o f th e person y o u 'd like to be, is to w aste the person yo u are. — Anonym ous

fre e t o go m ost an yw h ere, anytim e. Be glad th a t y o u are free instead o f th e m an w h o's not. Be glad fo r w h a t you have, and fo r w h a t y o u 'v e got. Be glad fo r w h a t y o u 'v e got. — Prince T he im p o rta n t th in g is to express yourself. — F ortun e C o o kie

N e v e r let yeste rd ay use up to d a y . — F ortune C o o kie A n d th e seasons — th e y go ro u n d a n d ro u n d , a n d th e p a in te d ponies go up a n d d ow n. W e 're c a p tiv e o n a c a ro u s e l o f tim e. W e c a n 't r e tu rn — w e c o n o n ly lo o k b e h in d fr o m w h e re w e c am e, a n d g o ro u n d a n d ro u n d a n d ro u n d in th e circle gam e. — T h e C ircle G am e

M e m o r ie s a re t h e la n d ­ scapes in o u r m inds where t h e p e o p le a n d e v e n ts we'll n e ver fo rg e t, f o r b e t­ te r or worse, live fore ve r. — Robin W esten


YOKT A N H A D DAD

M o s t nights in A n a p in , A ll d o n u ts have nam es th a t sound like p ro stitu tes . . . A n d th e m o o n 's te e th m arks A re on the sky like a ta rp th ro w n all over, A n d b ro k e n um brellas like dead birds, Steam com es o u t o f the grill Like th e w hole g o d d a m n e d to w n 's ready to blow . . . A n d th e bricks are all scared w ith jailhouse ta to o s . . . A n d everyon e's behaving like dogs . . . A n d th e horses are co m in g dow n Violin road. A n d D u tch is dead on his fe e t . . . A n d all the room s th e y smell like diesel A n d you ta k e on th e dream s o f the ones w h o slept there . . . A n d I'm lost in the w in d ow . . . A n d I hide in the w in d ow . . . A n d I hang in the curtain. A n d I sleep in yo u r h a t . . . A n d no one brings a nyth in g small in to a bar a ro u n d here. T h ey all started o u t w ith bad directions. A n d the girl behind the c o u n te r has a ta to o tear. O ne fo r every year he's a w ay she said . . . Such a crum bling b e a u ty . . . A h h . . . ,the re 's n o th in g w ro n g w ith her a hundred dollars w o n 't fix She has th a t razor sadness th a t only gets worse. W ith the clang and the th u n d e r o f th e S outhern Pacific going by. A n d a clo ck ticks by like a dripping fa w c e t Till yo u 're full o f rag w ater. Bitters in blue ruins . . . A n d you spill o u t over the side to anyone W h o will listen . . . i've seen it all . . . I've seen it all th ro u g h the yellow window s o f th e evening train ( clanging ) T om Waits

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F ront ro w (L e ft to right) M a x B rancoccio, Dam ien Kabbaz, Kai La m b e rt B ack row (L e ft to right) Nicholas Gould, Katie M is tre tta , Grace Kelly, M a tth e w Kossen, Tim Kirby, Rachel Black Standing (L e ft to right) M s. A n a M a ria de Souza, M s. Ellen H a n n o n , M s. VIm ala M u ra le e

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Kindergarten

Front row (L e ft to right) A lbert Feierstein, Brandon Hayslip, Christopher T h orn ton, Edward Lopez, T o by Ascher Back Row (L e ft to right) Gabriel Torres, Jennifer A uguste, Lavinia De Santoli, April Spicer, Zachary Randol, Jennifer Diabo Standing (L e ft to right) M s. Jennifer David, M s. Lynch A bsent: John W right, M a tth e w C raw ford

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Grade one

Front row (L e ft to right) Daniel C artaya, Philippe Niggli Back row (L e ft to right) John Imrie, Ariana W oods, Sara Lewis, Alessandro Villa, Kevin Colom bu Standing (L e ft to right) M ica h Schipior, David Pappagallo, Jamie Weiss, Etsri A m egboh, Taylor McPherson A bsent: John Pezzulli, Ronald S torette

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Grade Four

Front Row (Left to right) William Carry, Teresa Rivera, Fabrizio Sarna, Gabriella Herbstein, Stephane Murtin, Back Row (Left to right) Pablo Cartaya, Adam Savitch, Ryan Anderson. Standing (Left to right) Maggie Devany

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Grade Five

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Front Row (L e ft to right) Vladimir Lumelsky, A n a Torres, Leonardo M o re tti, Nicholas Berliner, Celine Desgranges, Back Row (L e ft to right) Kip Lubliner, M aureen H owden, Linda Claude, M s. M ead A bsent: Christopher C raw ford

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Grade Six

Front row (L e ft to right) Wassin Ham ed, A bdi M oazam i, Somer Ergulec, Dogan Baruch Back row (left to right) Emily Schwartz, Peter Reason, Dinee Harris, Shawn Cooper, Olga A lcazar Standing (L e ft to right) Jessica Estes, K enneth Swindell, Cindy Senzon, Lisa Irizarry, Craig Ellis, Franci Endich, Daniel D'Alessio A bsent: M ichael Carroll

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Grade Seven

Front Row: (L e ft to right) Nicolas Shaw, Justin Phillips, O m ar Abdel-W ahab, M ikael Colom bu Back Row: (L e ft to right) Brian Roth, A lexander Lumelsky, Sam antha Geller, Kwam e Millar, Gunce A rk a n Standing (L e ft to right) M s. Brent, Nicole A shford, M a ryann e Williams, Lawrence Bondulich, David Bongiasca, Jannu Goldschm idt, Jason M a u s k o p f, A lan Shafir, A lfredo A lcazar

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Grade Eight

Front row (L e ft to right) Jerome A n n u m , Jason Endich, Jose Bernik, Douglas Welsh Back row (L e ft to right) Lakisha Rubin, B rett Gartner, Kari Nailor, Brette Jones, Inga Butler, A lexandra Engel, W illiam Frost Standing (L e ft to right) Sam B en-M oha, Patricia Lu ck, Jimmy Rizvani, Schuyler Mallas, Richard Grasso, Jeremy Paterson, Claudia Stajano, Alexandria M azzarino A bsent: Eric A lexander

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Grade Nine

Front row (L e ft to right) James Kerr, Thom as Reese Back Row (L e ft to right) V ivecca U nderwood, Karolina Nunez, Tiana M a n d u kic h , Orisha Jordan, Ellen Schecter Standing (L e ft to right) John Gochberg, B rett Boyce, Shawn Milnes, A v i K atz, A aron Barere

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Grade Nine

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Front row (L e ft to right) Jeffrey Sable, Tadd Cortell, Camille Petit, Christian Bisogni, Giorgia Fanti Back row (L e ft to right) Sharon Simmons, Robert Pappagallo, H akan Ergulec, Josh Smith, A ndrew Fabian, Devin O'Neill, A bsent: Eric Jones

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Grade Ten

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Front row (Left to right) Steven Osman, Stephanie Cavin, Robert McCormick, Arabella Stearns, Giulia Leoni, Nedim Baruh, Maysoun Abulhassan Back row (Left to right) Tagglo Castillo, NIkhll Dehejia, Martin Genz, Khalad Younes, Marco Bonino, Noah Mallin

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Grade Ten

Front row (Left to right) Gian Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alessandro, Alessia Garzilli, Marzia Glisenti, Ignacio Blanco, Ingrid Hooghe, Margot Gatje, Robin Kodaira, Back row (Left to right) Mr. Stadler, Stephanie Sarna, Jung-Duk Lichtenberger, Arnaud Jacobs, Andrea Rosso, Alexander Paterson, Yutaka Tamura

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Grade Eleven

Front row (Left to right) Tamara Fried, Robert Amrani, Courtney Collins, Claire Kelly, Ewa Davidson, Manuela Bisogni, Adeline Bamford Back row (Left to right) Matthew Belson, Douglas Kramer, Andrew Kaye, Dylan Brown, James Governale, Takashi Buhaina, Sandy Dillon Absent; Colin Condren, Vanessa Freeman

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Grade Eleven

Front row (L e ft to right) Gianluca M orello, M a x Silbershatz, M arcus M arino Back row (L e ft to right) Liz Stember, Debby Schwartz, Cheyanne Mallas, W on-H ye Shin, Francesca Pappagallo, W endy Lana, Sonja Romani Standing (L e ft to right) M a rk Levin, C arter Smith, Greg Weiss, Filippo Stajano, Jake Ogden, Heracles Sakalis, Ryan Rogers, Dean Wilson Absent: K ate M ile n ko vitch

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In th e be ginning o f O c to 足 ber, th e Eleventh grade w e n t on a th re e da y trip t o Peconic Dunes C a m p in L o ng Island, A f t e r o n e day o f rain, we had b e a u tifu l w e a th e r w hich was ta k e n a d v a n ta g e o f by c o n 足 t in u a l o u t d o o r v o lle y b a ll gam es. A side fr o m this, we am u sed ourselves or ra th e r M r . Stadler am u sed us by h a v 足 ing us in v e n t o u r ow n lan足 guages. O n th e last evening b e fo re th e tra d itio n a l bo nfire , we had a ta le n t show in w hich we p e rfo rm e d skits in o u r new languages. T he trip was a lot o f fu n f o r all o f us.

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Halloween! O nce again Friday, O cto ber 3 0 th proved to be a fun-filled day in the history o f A n g 足 lo's bizzare events. Cheers, boos, and laughter filled the hallways and classrooms as students in grades K throug h 12 and fa c u lty eagerly showed o ff their costum es. A t lunch, the hungry crowds fo u g h t w ith all their strength to grab som ething to eat, losing all dignity and pride. Finally, once the masses had been fed, the traditional pie throw ing event victim ized our stud ent leaders and our brave M r. Hill. W e gladly com m unicate th a t the school still stands.


THE ANGLO-AMERICAN SCHOOL PROUDLY

PRESENTS,

ff^itness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie

A f t e r m o n th s o f rehearsal, th e play fina lly g o t o f f th e g ro u n d on D e ce m b e r 10 th r o u g h t th e 12, U n de r th e brilliant direc­ tio n o f M r. Carvell, th e first n ig h t was a bit s h a ky as m ost nights usually are. A " w h o d o ne it ? " w ith th e ty pica l twists and turns, m a n y pe op le w ere in volve d in g e ttin g this p ro d u c ­ tio n to g e th e r. M m e . Z a h le r and M r. M c H u g h sold the t ic k ­ ets, all p ro cee ds g o in g to w a rd s a fu n d fo r th e homeless. Ms. Brent also helped by designing th e c ostu m e s while M s. Gilroy tra n s fo rm e d o u r y o u n g A n g lo -A m e ric a n thespians in to sixty ye a r old " lo rd s o f th e c o u r t. " T he re was one d isruptio n in th e play rehearsals w hen Suzie L a ue r c am e d o w n w ith ch ic k e n p o x and Francesca P appagallo bra vely s tep ped in t o ta k e ov e r a w e e k b e fo re th e play. Closing nigh t, th e final scene also h a d s o m e u n e x p e c t e d d ra m a a n d b lo o d . H e le n e Schneider, ak a : Rom oine Heilger stabs L e o n a rd V ole played by Chris Scileppi, d ra w in g real b lo o d — n o t in th e script I assure you. Five stitches w ere ne eded in his hand, b u t it was well w o rth th e surprised re a c tio n fro m th e audience. O verall th e play was a success and an e x c itin g e xp erie nce fo r all in volve d b o th on s ta g e and behind-the-scenes.

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This year International Evening was unique in every way fo r the A nglo-A m erican school com m unity. The seniors, fo r w hom this will be their last, will remember it as a gala spectacular.

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For the first tim e, there was a carnival fo r the primary school w ith games such as French twister. Bowling fro m Greece, and Pinata fro m Spain as well as a six grade M edieval feast supervised by M r. Stadler. O ne o f the m any a ttra ctio n s was the Cabaret, w ith Nigel Urry as the M a ste r o f Ceremonies. Events were m ade up o f singing, dancing to the them es o f well kn o w n ro ck bands, classical, and fo lk songs. M iddle Eastern dancing was perform ed by A m al Treiki, the highlight o f the Cabaret. T he evening's success was made possible by the hard w ork and dedication o f M m e . Zahler and M r. Broderick w ith o u t w hom the evening would have never been possible. 101


Science Fair

O n W e d n e s d a y Jan u a ry 2 7 th , A n g lo held its an nu al Science Fair. O nce a g a in th e e n tire s tu d e n t b o d y ea ge rly p a rtic ip a te d in a p plying th e ir scie n tific k n o w le d g e as victim s or judges. Projects ran ge d fr o m th e c re a tio n o f c h o c o la te a n d c o ca in e t o an in d e p th e x p la n a tio n o f the in ne r w o rk in g s o f th e te le p h o n e . T h e judges, including a n u m b e r o f seniors, m a d e th e ir rou nd s view ing all th e w o n d ro u s p ro jects m a d e by o u r f u tu r e Einsteins. P a re n ts and frie n d s also g o t th e o p p o r tu n ity to e x p e rie n c e th e lo ng hike up A n g lo stairs as well as th e v aried p ro jects t h a t a w a ite d a t th e to p . A s usual a g o o d tim e was hod by all, and m ost im p o rta n tly , th e A n g lo building is still standing.


GERRY'S KIDS


Gerry's kids did an outstanding job this year on the soccer fields. This extrem ely spirited team o f veterans and rookies reached the championship again a fte r a slow start bu t great regular season perform ances, beating their greatest rival (D w ight) w ith a score o f 5 to 0. M a ny great games were played, and also less great games losing to Packer 2 to 0. As with all pre and regular seasons o f late, the A nglo-A m erican school, ending up second in the league, w e n t into the playoffs racing D w ight in the series. The previous year, Gerry's kids also faced D w ight in the first game o f the playoffs, burying them w ith 5 unanswered goals. This year the final cha pter o f the rivalry was w ritten. The kids came on strong, showed their superiority and beat the m again, 3-0. D w ight was gone and the book was finished. W ith this marvellous victo ry in the back o f their minds, Gerry's kids w ent o ff to one good and one nervous night sleep; tw o days later the second consecutive final and Packer again aw aited. The final unfolded m uch the same w ay as the previous year, giving up a quick goal and then applying trem endous pressure. A gain the hard-working kids could n o t score; therefore ending a great season on a sour note. As captain o f the te a m I would like to th a n k M r. Gerry Protheroe and all the team players for creating m y m ost m em orable season. It was a great year, team spirit in to xica ting us all. As Gerry's kids we w ould like to th a n k the spiritual leaders, Jake and Chris, the tw o only All-american kids, M r. Protheroe, our fa n ta s tic coach (m aybe we should give the men in black a European soccer rule book), and the whole school, during the pep rally and the final gam e expecially. M any, M a n y , M a n y thanks! It's been real!!!!!! 105


Country

1987 was a great year for the Cross-Country team, with a record of fourteen wins against tw o losses. Nearly everyone got personal bests, ranging from the mid-fourteens to the high sixteens for Van Cortland Park. Highlghts included winning second place at the Storm King invitational, and continuing our winning streak against Y ork Prep. To top it o ff, both Stephen Browne and Joshua Smith qualified for the New York State races. Congratulations to Coach Olayos and the entire Cross-Country team.

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TEAM

Front row (L e ft to right) B rett Boyce, Nikhil Dehejia, Greg Weiss, Jung Duk Lichtenberger Back row (L e ft to right) M r. Olayos, Nedim Baruch, Y u ta k a Tam ura, Guido Bouw, Carter Smith, Gianluca M orello

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B asketball J.V .

Front row (left to right): Douglas Welsh, Kenneth Swindell, Eric Alexander, Somer Erqulec, M ichal Carrol, Shawn Cooper. Middle row: Dogan Baruh. Back row (left to right): Jason Endich, William Frost, Jeremy Paterson, Richard Grasso, Sam Ben-moha, Craig Ellis, Alfredo Alcazar, M r. Stadler.


Girls V olleyball J.V

Front row (left to right): Franci Endich, Olga Alcazar, Emily Schwartz, Dinee Harris. Back row (left to right): Lisa Irizarry, Inga Butler, Alexandra Engle, Patricia Luck, Claudia Stajano.

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Only one word can describe Anglo's volleyball team this year — IMPROVED!! The 1987 volleyball season was a pleasant success. Volleyball is a game where individuals must put fo rth their greatest am ount of concentration, spirit, sportsmanship, and potential. W ith this in mind we became a unit connected by a m utual goal, and a mutual friendship. Success and good times await the 1988 Anglo-American team. Keep that positive energy going in '8 8!! A special thanks goes to our coach and friend Ms. Appel. Her experience and wisdom made the 1987 varsity volleyball season a success. We will always remember her encouragement, her "h a rd " practices and her friendship. W itho ut M s. Appel's enthusiasm it would have been more difficult for the team to excel. Good luck next yeat. Hoppelpoppel — Hoppelpoppel — Hopp — Hopp — Hopp Love Jen 113


asketball

Front row (L e ft to right) M arzia Glisenti, Ingred H ooghe, Alessia Garzilli Bock row (L e ft to right) Stephanie Cavin, M a rg o t Gatje, M aysoun Abulhassan, M o n ica M a ltagliati, M r. Diveki


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Activities


C & R — Everyday is a blast — K

T o N. I'm crazy 4 U Love U always I.

N — You have been there fo r me. I will always be there fo r you — K

Ciao puzzetta — Never forge t th a t I love you M erdina (Mays)

N — I hope the rest of your life is as good as you have made mine — k C — Will you go out with me again? — K J — You'll always be the best in my eyes. Even if your name is Vinnie — K

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Keyski — U treat me like animal. Love Ryeski

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Ti voglio bene Pulia . . . tan to bene. Zeb Zeb — Love ya too much!

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Pisellino — W hat am I going to do without you? Your sis, Cioccio

To Tara — M y best friend! David is now 15! (hmmmmm)

N atty — As far away as you can be I'll always love you. Marzietta

Stephen — I still have a scar!

Scrunch scrunch WL marry me — Rio (ha ho lovely)

Helene — How ya doin'? Jess — "Thiiisss big!"

To M . — I will always love and miss you from A.

Charles — Grinch!

K, H, J, — Kinda like you all. T

Peter — Keep Jaques away!

Gosh, I'll miss you all — J. T.

Andrew — Remember all those Saturday nights! (that didn't happen)

To everybody i'll miss you — Alessia Kim L. Grande Times

Amal — Ta! Ta! Ta! Ta! Ta! Jane — NERDS! (We have to stop!) I Love you all! — Kim

Tiana, you're way too much, and way too funny. Love ya anyway, Tami Katie, I'm still waiting fo r my X-mas present. Danny's waiting fo r his too. Tami

K — Crystal power! — J. Helene — W hat can I say? I love you. Stephen — Scansafatiche! — G ao — Studia Francese.

Eddie, I'll miss you. Take care. P. S. You're gorgeous. Love, Tamara Ale & M ays — Vi voglio bene!! M. Y

JM — Always remember Lenge's & Hershey's kisses

— I'm sorry. Are you? M.

Jonathan — Lemme see your tie! — Helene

Guido, I'm not letting go of the fire. Besides, who would keep me warm? You're the only heat. I love you. Nati

To Paolo — Grazie per essermi sempre vicino.

Kimmy, can I keep you? I love you, N.

To Alex K . . . I love you!

Johnny Bonny, Keep holding my hand! Love you, Nati Bati

To Robert — Have a good summer and keep on being the good guy tha t you are. T-Kosh To the 10th grade — It was a great year with you guys. J. D. To the 1 1th grade to be. Thanks. Love U all. Arnaud Bill — Did you pick up the phone?? Luv Helene Key — M y

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Giulia — R. C., Tunnel, World, see ya next year — Key Ryan — W hat have you done for me lately? — Key Carter — You're a great friend,love you always — Key Tiona — We had a great year. Love Key

I'm afraid not, Charles — P. Jen — Just tell yourself a funny joke! P. KS — Loops! P. SS, RP, TC, MS, T M — I love you. Polly C — Femboats, cheese matts. — P. Lee: To remind us of how cool we are, I love you — Wen

Ryan — I'll always love you — Key Tom — Good luck at college. I'll miss you. Jon Guido, Chris, John, Alex, Eric, Tom, Bill — You're a great bunch, "G et some gold to fill the bowl — A iko-A iko and get Ire — Yoktan Good Luck in '88 Orisha!

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Giorgia — Miss you a lot next year. Keep in touch — Love key

Piccini — (R. P.) I will never forget you. Love always C. Kenza — You are me and I am you and Camus we are both forever and never. I love you C. S.

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UDENT COUNCIL T h e S tu d e n t G o v e r n m e n t th is y e a r w as able t o c o n tin u e th e e f fo r t s m a d e b y th e G o v e r n m e n t o f 8 6 / 8 7 . T h e S tu d e n t C ouncil, led b y C o -P residents M a t t h e w Belson and C o u rtn e y C ollins, m e t w e e k ly t o discuss new w a y s t o im p ro v e s c h o o l s p irit a n d organized s c h o o l e v e n ts . U.C.C.S. w a s still a p ro m in e n t p a r t in th e p la n n in g o f s tu d e n ts ' a c tivitie s os e v e n ts w e re o rg a n iz e d th r o u g h o u t th e school y e a r. H e le n e S c h neide r a n d Chris Scileppi, this y e a r's " H e a d p e o p le " p la y e d a m a jo r role In U.C.C.S. as w e ii as s p e a k in g to M r. Hill on s c h o o l m a tte rs . K im S c h w a trtz a n d Eddie V e la rd i w e re th e s tu d e n t re p re s e n ta tiv e s in the P a s to ra l C o m m itte e . T h e y e a r was ve ry busy f o r e v e ry o n e in v o lv e d , b u t it p ro v e d to be s u c c e ss fu l in m a n y ways.

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MODEL U.N. TRIP Calls t o Italy, c o n fe re n c e s w ith Z im b a b w e a n ^ M o r o c c o , a f u rio u s p a ssing o f n o te s â&#x20AC;&#x201D; th e pace o f d ip lo m a tic e v e n ts n e v e r le t u p o v e r th e fiv e long days of th is y e a r's H a rv a rd M o te l U n ite d N a tio n s conference. W ith th e c risp N e w E n g la n d w in te r qad bustling B o s to n as a b a c k g r o u n d , o u r m u ltin a tio n a l delegation m a d e a la s tin g im p re ss io n o n d o g a t e s a n d advisors a like . G o in g solo a t th e fire -b a ll m e e tin g s o f the O rg a n iz a tio n f o r A fr ic a n U n ity , A n g lo s o pho m ore M a rz ia G lisenti v o ic e d th e c o n c e rn s o f A n g o la (our c o u n tr y o f c h o ic e ) w ith e lo q u e n c e a n d ta c t. V e teran M .U .N . s ta lw a rt S te p h a n ie Sarna (also a m ere s o p h o m o re ) h e ld s w a y a t th e E c o n o m ic & Financial C o m m itte e , m a k in g tw o k e y speeches, penn ing a re s o lu tio n , a n d s h o w in g M .U .N . ro o k ie G ia nluca M orello th e ropes. O v e r th e S ocial a n d C u ltu ra l C o m m itte e debates were g e ttin g h e a te d . Juniors D e a n W ils on a n d James G o v e rn a le (b o th n e w c o m e rs ) did th e ir best to stave o ff A fr ic a n d is u n ity a n d d ra w th e fo c u s a w a y fro m x e n o p h o b ic e th n o c e n tris m , alas t o no avail. Solid re s e a rc h a n d a tte n tio n to d e ta il w e re th e m ainstays o f A n g lo 's a ll-s ta r te a m in th e P o litical, Security C o m m itte e : Juniors Ewa D a v id s o n a n d Vanessa F re e m a n . This d y n a m ic d u o p ro v id e d a calm ing p re s e n c e in th e m is t o f in te rn a tio n a l chaos. O v er in the L e g a l C o m m itte e th in g s w e re ju s t as divisive. An glo S o p h o m o re s G iulia L e o n i a n d Alessia Garzilli transcended th e h u b b u b a n d m a n a g e d t o m a in ta in o steadfast r e tic e n c e . W e 'll be b o c k n e x t year!!

VARSITY LETTER CLUB T h e V a rs ity L e tte r Club is a new activity at A n g lo -A m e ric a n . T h e club is m e t with g re a t response. T h e o b je ctive o f it is to g e t 0 lo t o f scho ol spirit, and initiate special things. A m o n g these were the new sch o o l ja ck e ts , A lu m n i fu n d , and sports ph o to s . This ye a r's Sports Banquet is g o in g to be superb. T h e officia ls in the clu b w ere G reg Weiss, T akash i Buhaino, and Sandy Dillon. W e h o pe to see even m o re response in 1989. T h a n ks to all for


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K. S. — W h a t's w ro n g w ith us? — Johnny D. Peter & John S. — W a n n a play som e pool? T h a n x J. M a tth e w — Be h a p p y — Polly Fran — The s tro n g survive! LOVE C o u rt Chey — Ride o v e r a ra inbow ! Love C o u rt To M . G. — Ti voglio v e ra m e n te bene, sei per me piu di u n'am ica. N o n mi d im e ntica re , io non lo fa ro . A. T o th e Class o f '8 8 Y o u 'v e been TW ISTing, S H O UTing and AHHing all year. N o w yo u can stop A H H in g , carry on SHO UTing and TWIST anyo n e you like. Now wait a m in u te, y o u 'v e been so g o o d to us we feel like B O O fin g and A H H in g 'co s th a t's h o w yo u m a k e us feel. Bye — w e'll love you to th e end o f tim e P. S. If co n fu se d , d o n 't w o rry — we R 2 — sC tY eR ph Ue Sn

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Congratulations to the Class of 1988 from the Levin family

Congratulations to the Class of 1988 Jet Literary Associates, Inc. Jim and Liz Trupin

A N A T A L IA Piu tenero di te e II tu o ricordo che colm a ogni fo rm a vana della mia n o tte . Da quando ti lasciai parlo di te ogni ora, e il tu o nom e ripeto com e II prigioniero ripete nel buio la da ta della sua liberazione. T rem o com e I 'a rg e n to al rum ore delle cose in silenzio chiam o le vocali del tu o nom e Sei piu dolce dell'om bra, nella tu a m ono sta il mio riposo. E ogni sogno mi viene da te in dono. M arcella Glisenti

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