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Stockbridge 

School 

Of 

Agriculture 



SZOSA0 1982 





University 

Of 

Massachusetts 




Ta ble of Con ten ts 



Yearbook Dedication 

Message From Dean Dennison 

Message From Miss Reynolds 

Seniors 

Faculty 

Clubs 

Athletics 

Special Events 




Stosag Office 
Room 103 
Campus Center 
1981-82 



Dear Rita, 

You are a special person! For the last ten 
years, the big and little things that you have 
done in the Stockbridge Hall Office have 
made "The Stockbridge Experience" a 
great one for many people. You have ex- 
pressed your warmth and dedication in 
your smile, your cookies, your support of 
our basketball teams, and the countless 
other things you do. We'd like to return 
some of that love by dedicating Stosag '82 
to you! 

Thank You! 

The Class of 1982 



Decisions 
Decisions 
Decisions! 



Being a student counselor, a career 
counselor, an agricultural advisor and 
a sounding board for lots of ideas and 
plans, I find that the two months pre- 
ceeding graduation can be a time of 
frustration and excitement! This is the 
time when you are making plans for 
your future, whether it be continuing 
on in college or entering the "cold, cru- 
el world"! It is a time when everyone 
has to make tough important decisions. 

From my vantage point, I am always 
interested in how well each of you han- 
dle your frustrations, how well you 
control them and then how well you 
utilize your education in making these 
decisions. Considering the new type of 
economic thrust in the country and try- 
ing to comprehend what the future 
holds relative to employment, interest 
rates, inflation and the like, the deci- 
sions you make will have a profound 
affect on your life. 

We administrators and faculty hope 
that we have provided you with some 
of the tools and information needed to 
make these decisions. Even though it is 
exciting to watch you throughout this 
process, it often is frustrating to know 
just how to best help you. One of the 
most important recommendations that 
I give students is to thoroughly re- 
search the area of interest and talk to 
as many people as possible that might 
have some relevant information. Not 
only do you usually pick up useful in- 
formation but you meet some nice peo- 
ple. Often, when your decision leads 
you to the area in which these folks are 
employed or interested, they become 
good friends and an excellent informa- 
tional resource for they remember that 
you came to them for help in decision 
making. 




As you go on into the future building 
your careers and making those many 
decisions regarding your vocations 
and lives, you may have that exciting 
opportunity to help forthcoming stu- 
dents make good decisions! I know that 
you will find it as exciting as I do to 
have a small part in the building of 
successful and happy lives. 

I wish you the best of luck w^hen 
making all those future decisions as 
you go on to become successful and 
happy alumni! 




For The Class Of 1982 

In the ten years I have been associ- 
ate Director of the Stockbridge School, 
I have learned that, in general. Stock- 
bridge students are mature, depend- 
able, honest, conscientious, courteous, 
energetic and hardworking. And more 
and more, I appreciate the very fine 
educational background the School of- 
fers its students. Every Stockbridge 
student goes out into the world pre- 
pared to be successful. But prepara- 
tion is not enough. You must work at 
being successful. I would like to make 
a couple of additional points on suc- 
cess, using our very fine UMASS 
Marching Band as an example. 

Some of our Stockbridge students 
are members of this magnificent 
Marching Band. I do hope that most of 
you have had the oppportunity to 
watch it and to listen to it. In addition 
to the excitement generated and the 
pure enjoyment gained, some interest- 
ing things can be learned from this 
group. 

Notice how well members of the 
band work smoothly together to create 
an impressive and successfully func- 
tioning unit. There are no prima don- 
nas. No one attempts to hog the atten- 
tion. And yet, we do not have the feel- 
ing that any member is a faceless un- 
known, for every player is highly im- 
portant to the success of the whole 




band. Each talented player has simply 
given up individual glory for the good 
of the whole. It works, and it works to 
perfection. The UMASS Marching 
Band is considered to be the best on 
the Eastern Seaboard. It must feel 
wonderful to be a member of it! 

You can feel just as good in your 
everyday life! Always do the best pos- 
sible job of anything you undertake. 
Give each task that little bit extra. If 
you work as a member of a team, be a 
good member. Learn to work well with 
others, contributing your own very 
special talents and knowledge willing- 
ly, so that the team will function suc- 
cessfully. If the team is successful, you 
will be also. 

The UMASS Marching Band is good 
and it knows it is good. Members have 
confidence in their ability to put on an 
outstanding show. This is a desirable 
type of self-assurance. All of us should 
cultivate an awareness of our own 
abilities. It would certainly never do to 
be over-confident but we must learn to 
appreciate our own worth and to hold 
our heads high, secure in the knowl- 
edge that we have talents and abilities 
that are needed in the world today. 
People accept us at our own evaluation 
and we sometimes tend to put our- 
selves down a little too much. Do not be 
guilty of this mistake. Have confidence 
in your self and people will have confi- 
dence in you. 

I would like to wish the Class of 1982 
the best of everything. You can be a 
success and you WILL be a success! 



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Once upon a time on a blustery fall night, ghouls and 
goblins, Coke cans and The Hulk, Mother Nature, and 
some freaky martians all got together at Grinnell Are- 
na. The event was Halloween and the object of this 
hoedown was FUN! All of the ingredients were there: 
spooky food, ghastly drinks, scare-iffic music and some 
really strange people! Everyone had a frightfully outra- 
geous time, and a lot of people discovered the next 
morning that the memories of that ghoulish night 
would haunt them forever - and they were glad! 




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SENIORS 



Senior Portrait Captions 



Full Name: 
Nickname: 
Major: 
Activities: 



Fa vorite Sayings/Happenings! 




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If there is enough positive response from the student body, 
a page of home addresses and phone numbers will appear in the yearbook. If you would 
like your address to appear, please write your address below arid sign your name indicating 
permission to print your address. Thank you. 







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BUSINESS 




ANGELA M. 
MONTEMAGNI 

"Angel" 

Hey Man! What's Up! 





STEVEN G. GUMMING 



MARK D. AHRONIAN 

"Chier, "Stork" 

Stockbridge Senate President, Senate 

Treasurer (1) 

Busted up, rotten Stockbridge women. 

New Socks Steve. 





BERNARD SMIAROWSKI 



WARD PENDLETON 

"Toad" 

Ag. Bus. Club 

Ttie family from 602. Pubnight . . . Two 

Fingers Villa . . . Topo Team $ Levi . . . 

Land Op? 

When we get our apt.! 



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ANIMAL 
SCIENCE 





JEFFREY A. BOBER 

"BOBES" 

Soccer, Basketball, An Sci Club 

Vermont Trip, Halloween Party, Hi 

Ride 

Good Luck Rita! 



KARLYNNB. CARLSON 




CARRIE N. CHICKERING 

Animal Science Club 1-2, Livestock 
Show Committee 1-2, Professional De- 
velopment Day 1-2 
Preparing for the '81 Livestock Classic. 





MICHAEL E. COURNYh 

Party in Vermont, Getting Stupid 
"You are what you is" FZ 



DAYLEE. CLARK 

Horseback Riding and Showing 



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CHRISTOPHER A. COYLE 

'CHRIS" 

A.R.S., Professional Development Day- 
1981. Summer Placement: the Haven 
Farms Chestnut Hill-Athol 






ROSEA. CRITTENDON 

"ROSY" 

An Sci Club, Livestock Classic PDD 

All things bright and beautiful 

All Creatures Great and small 

All things wise and wonderful 

The Lord, God made them all C.F.A. 



SUSAN M. GELINAS 

"SUE" 

Yearbook Photographer, Volleyball, Sec- 
retary for An Sci Club 
Keep smiling it makes people wonder 
what you've been up to! 





BRUCE A. GOODCHILD 

Animal Science Club, Stockbridge Stu- 
dent Senate. 

School is but a recess in Life. We learn, 
we play, we explore, in hope of making it 
through the tests of life. 



ANDREA B. JOHNSON 



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JOHN S. KELLEY 




JON MARIE JURALEWICZ 

Oxen Club . . . Bay State Livestock 
County Classic. 

The orchard ponies Good Luck to 

everyone in the future . . . 



ROBERT MEDEIROS 

Class Senator at Large. UMas Senator, 
Stockbridge Student Senate Parlimen- 
tarian. Stockbridge An Sci Club. 





LYNDON S. NICHOLS 

Animal Science Club 1-2, Classic 1 
Softball 1-2, Volleyball-2, Senior SenaU 
Rep. -2, PDD-2, STOSO-2, STOSAG-2. 



SEUMAS M. LIZOTTE 



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PAULM. PEARSON 

Stockbridge Animal Science Club. 




THOMAS A. ROBERTS 




CHRISTOPHER H. 
PIRNER 

"CHRIS" 

An Sci Club 1-2, Club Pres. 2, Stock- 
bridge Soccer 1-2, Student Senate 1-2, 
Vermont Trip. 

It is better to have one friend of worth 
than many worth nothing. 





MARY a OKEEFE 




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DAWN I. ROACH 



LAURIE J. SMITH 



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NICHOLAS G. DESTITO 

"Nick" 

Arbor & Park Club Secretary, PDD Club 
Committee. Yippee! Good bye UMass! To 
an excellent group of guys "Good luck 
Class of '82" 




PETER A. BONNEAU 



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PETER F. BUTTKUS 




JOHNS. COFFEY 

"Jack" 

Bigfoot, I'm gonna get yal 



PETER W. COTTA 



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CHRISTOPHER J. JARVIS 

"Chris" "C. J." 

Climbing Contest - Student Senate Year- 
booli, Arbor and Park Club, Shorthorn 
The scarminiam Brothers - C.J. & Mary- 
anne Bonzo, Hey, Hey. 605 M.A.K. at- 
tack Flip - Kickboxing. Artist? 




DANIEL P. GAUDREAU 



MAUREEN DUNN 





TIMOTHY P. KANE 



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ROGER P. KNOOP 




MICHAEL A. LAMPERTI 

"Mike", "Lamp" 

I don't know, right. 

Fall Pinic, Climbing Contest 



CARL F. MILLER, JR. 

"Carl" 

What's Up 

Dorm parties. Arbor & Park labs Keg 

Parties, 502 Brown 




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DONALD J. MACNEIL 




GARYF. NEDOROSTEK 



JEFFERYE. MICHAUD 



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JOHN W. CLOUGHLIN 





ANDREW C. QUINLAN 



JAMES L. PENNIMAN 




CRAIG R. SMITH 





PATRICK J SULLIVAN 



RONALD W. 
ZIMMERMANN 



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FLORI' 





ELIZABETH L. 
BUTTERFIELD 

"LIZ", "LIDDY" 

Flori Club, FDD, STOSAG Sugarloai 

4/25/81, BOB!. 

Trying to walk across the room. Heidi'. 

TPIQ'S?! 



THOMAS J. AHERN 




MICHAEL T. BRAZELL 

"When the grapes become wine they 
want our ability to change . . . Wine gets 
drunk on us, not the other way around. 
The body came out of us. Not we from it. 
The body is a beehive and we are it's 
bees. And cell by cell we made the body. " 





MARC A. BERNARD 



JACQUES R. CRITCHLEY 



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BAMBI L. FIORE 

Bus driving, taking notes in pathology! 
H2O dropper fights in pathology. Sneak- 
ing out on break in pathology! Bicycling 
with Sony. 

What time is it? Want a "C"? 
MMMMMOOOOOOOO! 




BARBARA DZIADZIO 

"B-J" 

Flori Club, Volleyball Team, STOSAG 
Staff, Boys Basketball Manager. Sugar- 
loaf! Stockie parties! Road Trips, Ala- 
bama 

Thanks Dad, Carol and Jeff, For the 
memories and more! 



ELIZABETH A. HIGGINS 





KELLIE D. FISK 



RICHARD N. HOLLANDER 



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KERI A- KERICHENKO 

"BASIC", "RARE" 

Flori Club, STOSAG, Volleyball, FDD I 
did it Janet-I did it! Oh pooh! Gotta like 
it! Flop rotations! Oh man! Lets get phys- 
ical. Its going to be another long week. 
Monday already! Paul phoned! I wanna' 
go home 





HEIDI L. NELSON 

"HIDES" 

Flori Club, STOSG, Shorthorn, Senati 

"It's like . . !" "I can 't handle this" J we'l 

find brothers! JP-HB! 

Lids I'm sure this mess'll work out! Gang 

you're the best! 




JAMES S. KRUPA 

"JIM", "KROOP" 
Flori Club, STOSAG 
Crop Rotation Party 
"The ballad of French Hall" 



CAROL NOEL 

"LC" Being with our Gang Yearbook 
Flori Club Volleyball SSA Senate Secre- 
tary-Pleebs Mt. Sugarloaf-PDD Road- 
trips-Profundity-Play Look, We gonna 
have a dance and raise money The Nun- 
nery-Stockie Parties "Girl Talks"-Lovin 
Sunshine & Mon Famillee 





JAN MAKOWSKI 

"JANI OR JANE" 

Cycling. My bicycle. Mono. "I have to go 
home." Mint chip. "Plan A" P. Town 
ride. "I'll have to bone up on that one" 
. . . Echoes fade and memories die: Au- 
tumns frosts have slain July. 



LISA WILBY JOHNSON 



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YVONNE L. OHERN 

"Tiger, Blue Eyes, Von Von" 
Flori Club, STOSAG, Dorm Rep, Volley- 
ball, CR June 3, New Years Eve, 2/14, 
Family reunions, Stockie Parties, and 
time spent with Chris. Mom, Dad, Chris 
L/C/S Iluv you. 





JANE A. ROZA 

"Jani" 

Plants, road trips, "D.C. What?" Mint 
Chip Ice Cream, when he's with me, 
skiings,. "No mail again today?" 
"Have you started your crop rotation 
yet?" "I want to go Home!" 




JAMES S. PEARY 

"J.P., KB." Pres. of Flori Club, STO- 
SAG Photo Editor, Student Senate Ath- 
letics Committee. Sugarloaf? Heidi, Liz, 
Carol, Barb, Keri, Von Rich, Kroop -- 
Love Ya 



CONNIE M. VOGEL 





PENNY L. SCHONBERG 



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FR UIT & 
VEG 




GREGORY J. BARNETT 



PAULA. ANDRUK 




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SUSAN D. BEARCE 

"MISS Piggy", Sue, Class Sec. Senate 
Co-manager of the Basketball team, 
Stoso, STOSAG, Fruit & Veg Club. Got 
your ticket yet? DG Hot numberB- Pa- 
trol Vicious Women Moore House 
Thanks Stockies it was great Floss your 
the best. Thanks Dad. 





RUSSELL C. 
BARTOLOTTA 



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RICHARD G. BREEDEN, III 




SANDRA FOSS 

"Sandy", Class Vice-President, STOSO 
PDD, Senate, STOSAG, Fruit & Veg. 
Club, and Shorthorn. Fun times with 
Stockies, The basketball team's #1 fan, 
the hot number, 53, POBB; Whales, 
Strawberries and gators. Thanks Sue B, 
You're the best. 





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RAYMOND L. CORSE 




MARTIN G. 
DZENGELESKIM 

"MARTY" 

Fruit and Veg. Club 



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EDWARD G. ROACH 

"EDJU" 

Class President, Educational Facilitie 
Fund, and All-Around Good Guy! 
Jumpin' camshafts! All nighteis in Bot 
any. Pathology and Fd & Ag. Eng. Szy, 
manski-you mess! Baney Balboa & th 
Boys from ATG. What a mess! 



JOSEPH T. MARINO 




SHARON L. KICZA 





JANET M. SOTTILE 

Class Treasurer, Fruit & Veg Club Sec. 
Stoso, STOSAG, Shorthorn, Keri, don't 
doit!, T.T.B. My feet are wet. That's just 
fine. Wonderful! Burr it's cold, Bet you 
an oreo cookie! Can I ask just one ques- 
tion? Do I have to study? 



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JEFFREY B. BAKER 



ANTHONY C. ANTONUCCI 




JEFFREY T. BISON 

"JEFF" "MADDOG" 

Hockey, Guitar 

"What's Cooking?" Wicked . , . Paranoid 

because my roomate wants a 4.0. You 

know what I say: . . . Transfer to B.U. 

Just for that, Fm gonna get drunk! 





WALTER G. BOLOWZ 



SCOTT R. BRYER 



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MARION E. BLACK 





KEVIN M. CRORY 




MAURICE P. DUMAS 

"ZEKE" 

Basketball P.D.D. 
To Dom, "No Jewww 
"It's some *?!*% varietal form" Fresh- 
man Entomology warm ups. 



DAVID W. BURR 

P.D.D. Land-Op Club 

"Like a tall dog" Tequilla night "Its in 

Pirrone" 

Topo team 4 





GEORGE P. CLANCY 



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THOMAS K FARLEY 



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CONSTANCE V. 
FITZGERALD 





MARK R. GOODHUE 




PETER J. GILLIS 

"P.J." 

Good times at 306, Chris S., END, Ban- 
quet, Pub night with Goat and Toad, 
Topo Team $, Tequila Night, Villa, Tall 
Dog, When we get our Spt. Australian 
Canoe Team. 



JANICE HARTWELL 





KIMD. GURNEY 

"KIMMIE" 
Land Op Club 
Living Off Campus! 



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JAMES S. HOFFSTETTER 

Shorthorn Editor, PDD Seminars Chair- 
person, Student Senate, Land Op Club. 
"Well I'll be dawned!" 
"Let's go for a beer." 





DENNIS J. lANNARELLI 

"CLYDE" 

PDD, Land Op Club, Stockie Hocke 
"Tequilla Night" 1980 Holly Jolly i 
V.F.W. "Hitchin" in my Hanes. TOP 
Team 4 — Feet 2.4 "Back it Up!!!" 




THOMAS G. HULBERT 

Soccer 1-2, Captain 2. 



DOMINIC J. MANNARINO 

"DOM" 

P.D.D. GENERAL CHAIRman, Land op 
Club Shorthorn, Student Senate, Basket- 
ball team. Hey Zeke! Didjaeet yet? 
Insect collection; mid-night concerts 
Working on P.D.D. 





DANIEL J. KENNEY 



ALAN R. MINER 



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DENNIS J. MOORE 





RONALD S. PALMER 

Soccer 



SUSAN R. MORGAN 

"SUE" 

Land Op Club, Senate, Token Flori! 






MARK A. PIANTEDOSI 

One of the "U"crew . . . Hey Mae! Week- 
ends at F.S.C. with Eilen . . . Still my 
L.L.L. . . . "Really clobber dose weeds!" 
"The first in importance of the influ- 
ences upon the mind is that of nature" 
Thank-you Stockbridge. 



MARK B. ROBOTHAM 

Land Op Club, Major Rep to Student 
Senate 



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TIMOTHY W. BERGE 





LESLIE A. ADAMS 

"LES" "LESTER" 

Pick-up hoop at Boy den 

Favorite pastimes: Anything with Gail 





MATTHEW J. 
ALEKSIEWICZ 




GLENN H ANDERSEN 



PETER J. BISSELL 

Basketball 1-2, Soccer 1, Golf 1 



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GERALD L. BOUCHER 





GEOFFREY R. BUTLER 




JOHN J. BRIA, JR. 

Turf Photographer, P.D.D. 

I'm almost there Pop! September 11th is 

almost here Peg. Couldn't have done it 

without you. May the eternal light shine 

on the BUDDIES. Never forget you 

Macca. See ya UMass, 

God Bless Ya. 



STEPHEN T. CALL 

"STEVE" 

Turf Club member 1-2, Basketball team 

1-2, Captain Senior year. 

Let's have a quickie! 

Could you shut the door please? 





GARYS. CAMERON 



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THOMAS E. CASSAT 

"Mr. President" 

President of Turf Club, Student Senate 

"You all are crazy" 




THOMAS a COLOMBO 

"FLIPPER" 
Hockey Team 




WILLIAM F. CASSELLS 

"BILL" 




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MATTHEW A. CLEMENT 




SCOTT A. DIEMAN 



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MARK R. EGAN 





ELMER T. GROOM 

•■THE COUGH THATS S.L.I.T.E.R." 

Give me a break! Jones, How we gonna do 

this! "Halloween Party" 1980 & 1981. 

AAAH, Mr. Szymanski . . . 

"Turf Conference " 

"Have another butt, Elmer" 




MICHAEL T. GLAVIN 



DANIEL L. ILARDO 

"BOTANI" 




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RAYMOND W. JONES, JR. 

Soccer 1, Turf Club Treasurer Favorites: 
Undefea ted Soccer Season, Turf Con ven - 
tions, Partys at Reefer's house, "How we 
gonna do this guys?" 



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WILLIAM J. KEEFE 





JAMES W. KILBURN 

Turf Club Member, Golf 




PEARL L. 

Turf Club Member 



KEYES 



GLENN D. LACHAPELLE 

"SPAGS" 

Turf Club, Phone-a-thon, Intramurals 

"It's in the hole!", "See Ya!" 

"I had to Laugh", "Oh, Oh, Oh, Boy!" 

"It's in Pirone's!" 

"With the Buddies!" 





PATRICK E. LEWIS 

"BIG MAN" 
Turf Club Member 



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ROBERT H. MANN 

"Bob" 

Turf Club, UMass Marching Band, TOC. 
TOC, Senate Augersteinerbrau, Dinke- 
lacker. How we gonna do this you guys? 
Elmaah, you wing nut! . . . AAAAAH, 
No, But I Do know something about hy- 
draulics . . . 





BRUCE R. MCINTYRE 




JAMES A. MCGILL 



MICHAEL W. MCNALLY 

"Caputi Jr., Mac, Mikey" 

Yankee!!! Forget about it!!! God Bless 

Em!! Hey Ginzo 





ERIC NEWELL 

"Shruberry" 



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JOHN D. PARISIEN 

"Jay" 

Turf Club 

"Show me the way to the next whiskey 

bar, Oh don't ask why" 





LOUIS H. POLIDOR 




DOUGLAS R. PHILIPP 

Cars and Hesure! 



JAMES P. REWINSKI 





PETER W. QUINN 



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DAVID J. ROBINSON 




GLENDON W. THOMAS 




SCOTT T. STAGIS 




ROBERT J. SZYMANSKI 





DANIEL E. WILLIAMSON 



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ROBERT ALLEN 
JOSEPH AN ASTASIA 
CHRISTOPHER ANGIER 
DAVID AREL 
DENIS ARSENA ULT 
THOMAS BACHLI 
JAMES BALFOUR 
PATRICK BOYLE 
CLIFFORD BR AN AG AN 
ANTHONY CHARETTE 
TIMOTHY CLARK 
DAVID CONNER Y 
MARYELLEN CORBETT 
GEORGE DALEY 
PAUL DEMATTEO 
PATRICIA COONDONOVAN 
WILLIAM ENGLEHARDT 
GARYFERDYN 
KATRIEN GILBERT 
ROBERT GILLETTE 
WILLIAM GLENDINNING 
JESUS GONZALEZ 
JEFFREY GOODHUE 
MARGARET HAGAN 
GRADY HART 
ROBERT HENDERSON 
JOAN HOBART 
JEFFREY HOUSTON 
DAVID lANNANTUONI 
RICHARD IVERS 
GREAME JUSTICE 
JAMES KETTH 
KATHERINE KUZDIZAL 



DANIEL LABARRE 
DIANE LAMSON 
KEVIN LUUKKO 
STEPHEN LYNCH 
DONALD MACNEIL 
RICHARD MASTROIANNI 
DEAN MCCORMICK 
DWIGHT MILLER 
EILEEN MURPHY 
CARRIE NEWARK 
GLENN NEWELL 
WAYNE OTTANI 
DEBRA PERKINS 
GEORGE PHANEUF 
PAM PROKOVIEW 
RUTHANN REID 
LUIS RIVERA 
DOUGLAS ROBERTS 
DAVID ROONEY 
SUSAN RYDBERG 
CHARLES SCOTT 
WILLIAM SEARS 
PAUL SELLERS 
ERIC SINISALO 
JOHN SLITER 
KATRIN SLOSSER 
THOMAS SOUZA 
RICHARD URBAN 
THOMAS WARMAN 
DAVID WHITE 
ROBERT WILBER 
JAMES WILLIS 





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DOUGLAS L. AIRHART 




THOMAS BOUCHAINE 




JAMES F. ANDERSON 



ANTHONY BORTON 
LYLEE. CRAKER 
ROBERT T DUBY 
DUANE W. GREENE 
TOM S. HAMILTON 





WILLIAM J. BRAMLAGE 



JOE T CLAYTO. 



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AN'hiONY R. 
DELFAVERO 





STEPHEN J. HERBERT 
GEORGE HOCHMUTH 
SUEHOFER 
FRANCIS W. HOLMES 
WARD M. HUNTING 



N EUGENE ENGLE 




HEINRICH FENNER 



NANCY L. 
GARRABRANTS 



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GEORGE B. GODDARD 




EDWARD K. KNAPP 





TOM HOUSTON 



ERNEST A. JOHNSON 

ROBERT L. KENT 

GORDON S. KING 

E. BRUCE 
MACDOUGALL 

EDWARD M. MAHONEY 





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WILLIAM J. LORD 



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WILLIAM J. MANNING 
HAROLD E. MOSHER 
PAUL N PROCOPIO 
RICHARD A. ROHDE 
TERRY A. T ATTAR 



DONALD R. MARION 



JAMES R. MARCUM 





PEGGY A. MCCONNELL 




ROBERT L. MELLEN 




EDWARD S. PIRA 




WILLIAM A. ROSEN AU 



JOSEPH TROLL 
WILLIAM TUNIS 
ROY VANDRIESCHE 
JOHN M. ZAK 





FRANKLIN W. 
SOUTH WICK 



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Combining all the careers offered by Stock- 
bridge and the perpetuance of brotherhood 
remains a tradition at Alpha Tau Gamma. As 
members of the University, some of us are 
amazed at this monstrosity of a campus we 
have at UMass. This year at ATG we learned 
that it was a very big decision to pledge our 
house, especially as freshmen, to those eventu- 
ally to resume the responsibilities of the prop- 
erty. We gave it our best to welcome the future 
class of 1983! 

Times are tough and at ATG, it wasn't any 
easier. The tasks for an ordinary group of guys 
to join the house seems to be becoming ex- 
tincted. But that's because we set our goals for 
everyones favor. To be an active part of ATG 
is to learn a way to tolerate and also enjoy our 
hastened semesters. To learn our interests and 
support our common cause 'Dear Old Stock- 
bridge' were our objectives. A special thanks to 
Dean Dennison and some of his coherts for 
coming over and meeting the membership. 
Our outlook for the future is Pride in Stock- 
bridge. And what we say around here is ... 
"Stick together!" 

Greg Barnett 

Active President 




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Active Members 

1982 

Paul Andruk 

David Ariel 

Greg Barnett 

Rick Breedan 

Matt Clement 

Mark Egan 

Scott Stagis 

1983 

Pat Balfe 

Ed Binney 

Charles Knight 

Chris Legros 

Al Mai no 

Wayne Pink 

W. J. Sefton 

Brian Stone 

Walt Strandgaard 

Steve Violepte 



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Both the An Sci and Flori 
Clubs participated in inter- 
mural Volleyball. Although 
the teams didn't have a win- 
ning record, the friendship 
and fun shared made it a 
successful season for all! 




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Pictured above L-R: (Row 1) #5, Kevin Mediros; #1, Steve 
Messinger; #3, JoAnn Ricard; #2, Angel Montamagni, #6, Bob 
Szymanski; #19, Richard Divert; (Row 2) Coach Tom Madaras; 
#7, Tony Medeiros, #11, Abe Davenport, #13, JeffBober; #24, 
Dee Adeyinka, #17, Ed Roach, #8, Andy Quinlan; Goalie, Bob 
Allen; (Row 3) #21, Don MacNeil, #16, Bill Piersiak; Co-Capt. 
#10, Bill Keefe; Co-Capt. #12, Tom Hulbert; #18, Bill Simard; 
#23, John Meader. Missing from photo: Ken Atkins, Ed Do- 
herty, Sean McCormick, Ron Palmer, and Chris Pirner. 

SOCCER 

The Stockbridge Soccer Team 
sported a very respectable 4-2-2 re- 
cord this season. Their loss to Hamp- 
shire College broke a 10 game unbeat- 
en streak which had extended over 
the past 2 years. This years team, 
spearheaded by Senior Co-Captains 
Tom Hulbert and Bill Keefe, fea- 
tured a rugged defense that gave up 
only 6 goals this season. Also contri- 
buting to the stingy defense was sen- 
ior goalie Rob Allen, who was former- 
ly a UMass J.V. goalie. About the 
only problem seen by first year Coach 
Tom Madaras was their inability to 
score goals. Coach Madaras added 
that this was the finest team he's ever 
coached, due largely to their constant 
work in games and practices. 

This was the largest squad ever as- 
sembled at Stockbridge, 25 in all, and 
included 2 women as well, Angel 
Montemagni and JoAnn Ricard. 16 of 
this years squad will be returning 
next year, so hopefully the squad will 
continue its present winning tradi- 
tion. Congratulations to all members 
for another fine season! 



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This year the boys Basketball Team was the best ever! With 
dedication and teamwork, the team pulled a 13-2 record. Due 
to graduation, the team will miss some superb hallhandling 
from Steve Call and Pete Bissell and the rebounding of Jeff 
Sober. The clutch hoops and moves from Domanic Mannar- 
ion and Bob Syzmanski will also be missed! Next year's team 
is promising with the return of leading scorer and rebounder 
John Paquette and the excellent playing of Mike O'Conner 
and Craig Manning. 




TEAM RECORD 



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Berkshire 


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80 


Hampshire 


33 


74 


Willis ton 


27 


53 


Greenfield 


69 


75 


Springfield 


78 


57 


Northhampton 45 


57 


Holyoke 


43 


63 


Deerfield 


56 


91 


Intramural 


72 


74 


Springfield 


70 


73 


Berkshire 


61 


60 


Hampshire 


39 


82 


S. Vermont 


66 


66 


Greenfield 


64 



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Wine And Cheese Party 



The annual Wine & 
Cheese Party sponsored by 
the Senior Class took place 
on Thursday, September 
17th. 

A good turn out sparked 
new aquaintences and 
laughter, as faculty and stu- 
dents met socially for the 
first time this year. The 
gathering proved no match 
for the punch bowl, as it 
drained in record time. The 
party's success was soon to 
be duplicated as Profession- 
al Development Day put on 
the second Wine & Cheese 
Party of the year! 





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A "swinging" time was had by 
all, as the annual dance/picnic took 
place on the first Thursday in Oc- 
tober at Grinnell Arena. It was a 
time when seniors and freshmen 
alike danced, socialized and 
learned the "ropes" of Stockbridge 
parties in the tradition of alumni 
before them. 




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approaches, many people feel as 
though their spirits are on a roller 
coaster - up for Christmas, then 
swooping down for finals. The Hol- 
ly Jolly is a carefree, fun- filled 
"up" on this end-of-semester roller 
coaster. 

This year the Student Union 
Ballroom was the setting for a fes- 
tive dinner followed by spirited 
dancing to the sounds of Willow 
Creek. Everyone agreed that the 
release of tension was just what 
Santa Claus ordered to end the se- 
mester Joyously! 




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The Alumni Phoneathon has come to be a 
bi-annual event. In the fall and spring of the 
year students and alunni together join 
forces to raise funds for the Alumni Associ- 
ation. With cash prizes awarded to the big- 
gest fund raiser - the Turf Club offered stiff 
competition! Congratulations to all whom 
participated. 




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Amongst the fund raising activities for the 
An Sci Club was its Cider Sale. Club members 
pitched in the night before the sale to press 
their own cider at a local farm. They offered 
hot and cold cider which tasted great. Club 
members Sue Gelinas, Bob Mediros and Ly- 
don Nichols will vouch for that! 



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The annual Arbor-Park 
Field Day was once again a 
success! The competition 
takes place every fall amidst a 
tangle of ropes, pullies, and 
branches. This year, the 
freshmen took the challenge 
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In May, the Class of 1982 will proudly join 
the ranks of many fine Stockbridge gradu- 
ates. We join as an optimistic group of indivi- 
duals dedicated to making a difference! We 
have left our marks as a class that motivates, 
activates, and initiates. Along the way we 
have made some friends, had some laughs, 
and shared good times with good people. We 
will always remember Stockbridge and 
Stockbridge will always remember us. As 
Class President, I enjoyed working with fel- 
low Stockbridge students in the service of our 
class. Thank you. 
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STUDENT SENATE OFFICE 



The Stockbridge Senate Office, located at 432 
Student Union Building, is the communication 
center for all senate committees/activities. The 
Shorthorn, P.D.D., Class Officers and Senate Of- 
ficers are all based here. Student Senate Secretary 
Joan Damon is always available weekday morn- 
ings to inter-coordinate the student functions. 
Club/committees mailboxes are located here as 
well, therefore students from all majors continal- 
ly stop by. 







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STOCKBRIDGE OFFICE 






Stockbridge Office greeted the students 
back this fall in its usual hospitable, homelike 
manner. As the semester went on excitement 
mounted in the office as everyone tried to 
guess as to whether Karen was expecting a 
baby girl or boy. At the same time we were all 
informed that Rita was retiring and the cookie 
jar may be empty from now on. Everyone was 
excited to hear that Karen had a baby girl and 
plans for a party for Rita were in the works. 
This semester Stockies welcome Susan to the 
office and hope she enjoys the students as 
much as we enjoy visiting the office! 



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Leslie Adams Route 100 Wilmington VT 05363 
Mark Ahronian 20 Willesley Av Natick MA 01760 655-0640 
Susan Bearce 20 Tilden Rd Scituate MA 02066 617/545-3776 
Jeffrey T. Bison Box 211 Holliston MA 01746 617/429-6053 
Peter Bissell 172 Bridge Ave. Cohops NY 12047 
fi JeffBober 449 Pleasant St. Framingham MA 01701 

^ — = Mike Brazell PO Box 311 Goodrich St. Stockbridge MA 

rB_ 01262 

rf John Bria 31 Hollow Wood Lane Greenwich CT 06830 

If __„ 203/531-5193 

fp David Burr 119 High Wood Rd West Hartford CT 06117 

(^ "" Liz Butterfield 119 E. Hoosac St. Adams MA 01220 413/743- 

J— 1050 

{f_ Steve Call 161 Turners Falls Rd Montague MA 01351 

7£. ■ Karlynn Carlson 12 Perrin St. Attleboro MA 02703 

b Tom Cassat 2812 Van Horn Rd. Forest Hill MD 21050 

Q^ . Bill Cassels 178 S. Main St. Attleboro MA 02703 

r-r Carrie Chickering Indian Acres Farm S. Deerfield MA 01373 

'p 413/665-2806 

(J Tom Colombo 17 Tern Rd. S. Yarmouth MA 02664 

rj<; Michael Cournyn 10 Fairbrook Rd. Framingham MA 01701 

P: Chris Coyle Chestnut Hill Athol MA 249-6083 

^j=- Rose Crittendon Main St. Otis MA 01253 413/269-4608 

\h Steve Gumming 631 Stow Rd. Boxborough MA 01719 

fN Pat Donovan 97 Highland St. Holden MA 01520 617/829- 

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Zeke Dumas Box 224 21 Main St. Montague MA 01351 
Martin Dzengeleski 6 Birch St. Braintree MA 02184 
U Bambi Fiore 15 Newfield St. Plymouth MA 02360 

^ Sandy Foss 30 Walden Terr. Concord MA 01742 617/369- 

IR 1867 

1 Sue Gelinas 302 Grove St. Chicopee, MA 01020 

S Peter Gillis 25 Coolidge Cir. Northboro MA 01532 617/393- 

3921 
Elmer Groom Rt 6A Truto MA 02666 617/349-3558 

J:^ Bruce Goodchild C/o William Conklin Ashley Falls MA 

X 01222 413/229-8329 

S Kim Gurney RR 2 Box 261 Springfield VT 802/263-5214 

fW Jim Hoffstetter 2327 Fairview St. Allentown PA 18104 

Rich Hollander 3 Meadowbrook Cir. Sudbury MA 01776 

J Tom Hulbert RFD #3 Barre VT 05641 

T" Dennis lannarelli lOS^/i Waltham St. Maynard MA 01754 

I 617/897-9922 

r^y Dan Ilardo 198 Evelyn St. Rochester NY 14606 

' Ray Jones Jr 47 Toronita Ave Pittsfield MA 01201 413/449- ,^^=:^ 

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Jon Marie Juralewicz 28 Holt Rd. Holden MA 01520 
Graeme Justice 16 Winter St. Medfield MA 02052 
Keri Kerichenko Larrywaug St. Stockbridge MA 01262 

413/298-4897 
Pearl Keyes 42 S. Valley Rd. Pelhem MA 253-7019 






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Kim Kilburn 32 Gifford Ave Willimantic Ct 203/423-1953 
Jim Krupa 244 Woodmont St. West Springfield MA 01089 
Glenn La Chapelle 1224 Stony Hill Rd. Wilbraham MA 

01095 413-596-9006 
Patrick Lewis 181 Union St. Springfield VT 05156 802/885- 7| 

2930 ^' 

Seumas Lizotte Townsend Rd. RFD #2 Groton MA 01450 Bj 

Jan Makowski 1485 Broadway S. Hanover MA 02339 ~S 

61 7/826-4 743 ^J 

Bob Mann 638 Union St. Duxbury MA 02332 Ol 

Dominic Mannarino 99 Boyd St. Watertown MA 02172 ^ 

Joe Marino 104 Highland St. Milford MA 01757 473/4431 ^' 

Mike McNally 308 Main St. Leominster MA 01453 617/537- f ) 

5123 X, 

Bob Medeiros 57 Hill wood Ave Stoughton MA 617/344-4096 ^' 

Angela Montemagni 37 Peter St. Chicopee MA 01020 H) 

Sue Morgan 14 Buick St. Springfield MA 01118 :^ 

Heidi Nelson 32 Parker St. Acton MA 01720 617/263-4506 iJ 

Eric Newell 475 Union St. Rockland MA 02370 617/878-2746 T] 

Lyndon Nichols PO Box 892 37 Mohegan Rd. Acton MA ' ^ 

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Carol Noel 41 Rochambeau St. New Bedford MA 02745 ,. . ^ 

Yvonne O'Hern 33 Forge Village Rd. Groton MA 01450 ^^ M (^ 

Ron Palmer 160 Curtis St. Cranston RI 02920 

John Parisien 2003 Smith Ave Baltimore MD 21209 . 

Paul Pearson 1320 Pleasant St. Worcester MA 01602 



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Doug Philipp Pautipaug Lane RFD #1 Franklin CT 06254 c 

Ward Pendleton 386 W. Main St. Northboro MA 01532 QJ 

Mark Piantedosi 309 Central St. Acton MA 01720 617/263- ^ 

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Chris Pirner Williamsville Rd Hubbardston, MA 01452 _^_ 

617/928-4736 

Jim Rewinski Sebonac Inlet Rd Southampton NY 11968 _^ 

Ed Roach 442 W. Main St. PO Box 97 Northboro MA 01532 uj 

617/393-6859 X 

Tom Roberts 276 Batchelar St. Granby MA 01033 \ 

Mark Robotham 120 Main St. Unionville CT 06085 203/673- wl 

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Jane Roza 7 Leveridge Ln. Sandwich MA 02563 M 

Penny Schonberg 421 Cross St. Boylston MA 01505 617/869- ^ yj 

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Bernard Smiarowski 487 Main St. Holyoke MA 01040 "3L\ 

Janet Sottile Worcester Rd Barre MA 01005 617/355-4856 

Tom Souza 206 Lepes Rd. Somerset MA 02726 

Bob Szymanski, Jr. 37 Sunrise Cir. Shelton CT 06484 

203/929-5219 
Alan Urko 51 Arnold St. Wrentham MA 02093 617/384-2984 
Dan Williamson 95 Pearl St. Holyoke MA 01040 413/536- 

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STOCKBRIDGE 

STUDENT 

SENATE 



Working as Senate 
President has made me 
aware of how all parts of 
the school come togeth- 
er to make Stockbridge 
a unique educational ex- 
perience. The tasks 
which the Senate has 
accomplished this year 
reflects our pride in our 
school and I am sure 
that this pride will con- 
tinue in future years to 
come. 

Mark Ahronian 






STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS 
President: Mark Ahronian 
Vice President: Sarah Cleveland 
Exec. Secretary: Carol Noel 
Treasurer: Steve Cumming 
Parliamentarian: Bob Medeiros 



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The Stockbridge Student 
Senate meets regularly on 
the first and third Mondays 
of every month. Composed 
of students from each major, 
the group discusses issues 
that effect all Stockbridge 
Students. Financial matters 
of the clubs and committees 
are dealt with along with 
planning and improving fu- 
ture events of the school. 



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STOSO 

The Stockbridge Service Orga- 
nization, Stoso, arranges all of 
the school's social events. These 
include the Wine & Cheese Par- 
ty, the Fall Picnic, the Hallow- 
een Party, the Holly Jolly, the 
Progress Banquet, the Spring 
Picnic and the Senior Banquet. 
Stoso members put a lot of work 
into planning these events but 
all will agree that the hours of 
planning are certainly worth 
while as each event is always a 
smashing success! 





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John Bria 
Steve Cumming 
Tom 

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Keri Kerickenko 
Jim Krupa 
Lyndon Nichols 
Sue Gelinas 
Bob Shank 



Luke Alden 
Susan Bearce 
Liz Butterfield 
Barbara 

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Sandra Foss 
Chris Jarvis 
Yvonne O'Hern 
Janet Sottile 
Fran Vallillo 
Lynne Zayka 



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l|ortIjorn 



STOCKBRIDGE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE 




SHORTHORN is a bi-monthly pub- 
lication of the Stockbridge Student 
Senate. Any questions regarding its 
content may be directed to the Stock- 
bridge Student Senate Office, 432 Stu- 
dent Union Building. The SHORTH- 
ORN continues to meet weekly at 7:30 
in the Senate Office. All interested peo- 
ple are welcome to come! 





STAFF 




Jimm Hoffstetter 


Editor 


Sarah Cleveland 


Staff 


Sandra Foss 


Staff 


Chris Legros 


Staff 


Dom Mannar ino 


Staff 


Heidi Nelson 


Staff 


Carol Noel 


Staff 


Janet Sottile 


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YEARBOOK 
ADVISOR 




Professor Edward Pira is one of the most re- 
spected people affiliated with Stockbridge - and 
for good reason! He has been the advisor to the 
STOSAG for many years, always ready to lend a 
word or two of encouragement and a sympathetic 
smile. 

He has, indeed, earned respect in the classroom 
as well. He is able to take technical subjects such as drafting, irrigation and wiring and 
make them understandable from the agricultural point of view - something greatly appre- 
ciated by Stockies. He is recognized as an authority in his field and has written texts 
and manuals on golf course irrigation and electronics. 

Always the first to support any Stockbridge activity, his ballroom dancing is known to 
add sparkle and grace to any hoedown! 

The 1982 STOSAG thanks you. Professor Pira, for your guidance and friendship. 
The Stosag Staff 



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Editor's Note; 



The STOSAG Staff has put much 
time and effort into gathering, shaping 
and recording the events of the 1981- 
1982 school year. After having skimmed 
through the pages, we hope we have 
been able to recapture many of the 
highlights of the past year and record 
them in such a way as to preserve the 
moments for years to come. 

I would like to take this opportunity 
to thank each person who helped with 
this book, no matter how big or small 
his/her contribution may have been. I 
realize that often it took much time, 
energy and effort to try and meet those 
ever present deadlines and the work 
certainly hasn 't gone unnoticed nor un- 
appreciated by the entire student body. 
For outreaching his duties as photo 
editor, I would especially like to thank 
Jim Peary for putting up with me and 
my many midnight phone calls asking 
him to cover an event that was to take 
place at 8 a.m. the next morning. Jim 
. . . what can I say, a mere thank you 
doesn't seem to cover all we have to 
thank you for! I would also like to thank 
Liz Butterfield for always coming 
through, supporting me when the chips 
were down. I don't think the book 
would ever be done if it weren't for you 
and your constant help and friendship! 
I urge each Stockie not to keep this 
book out of reach so that the memories 
it represents will always remain close 
and keep you in touch with your Stock- 
bridge experience! 



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