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PROGRAMME 



Feature Presentations 2-16 

Broadway Bound 17-69 

Final Scripts 70-72 

Leads 75-84 

Understudies 85-103 

Working Scripts 104-105 

Rising Stars 107-121 

Fledgling Writers 122-123 

T.S.N 125-140 

Specials 141-150 

Stage Crews 151-157 

Oscars, Junos, etc 158-160 

Directors 1 6 1 - 1 63 

Producers I 64 - 1 76 



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A walk on the wild side... 

1 o each oi us, life at S.T.S. means something 
different lo some it is a time oi hard work and 
high stress, to others, a time tor adventure and 
discov er\ W hate\ er meaning applies, we all hold 
the same goals ot becoming a sueeess in our own 
lues with MONEY. FAME, and PERSONAL 
SATISFACTION. 



LIFE 




The Halloween Happenings 




Chills and Spooks are 
always the formulae for 
a frightening Halloween. 
This year the Elementary 
provided the School with 
an imaginative array of 
characters ranging from 
the mutilated face of 
Freddy Kruger to the pop- 
ular Ninja Turtles and the 
classical beauty of Snow 
White. 



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STUDENT SHOTS . . . 




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S.T.S. STUDIO'S PRODUCERS 




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On September 14,1 989, every S.T.S. student and teacher joined 
their efforts to raise money to help fund the Canadian Cancer So- 
ciety. We are proud to say that we were successful in raising more 
money than we have ever before. The total amount that we can- 
vassed was $ 14,680.40. Way to go, Strath!!! 



STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS 



Elections 89 was a colourful event that included both JR 
and >R Hi^h E\ cia one was especially impressed by Micah 
libin and Tern Blumes' "creative" speech which included 
man\ costume changes. Grade lOer Buck Foran was also 
seen in a different light!!! Truly, it was an event which sparked 

the eccentric" in all. 




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. . . behind the scenes. 



After four months of hard work, the stu- 
dents involved in OLIVER (ranging from 
grades four to twelve) were ready to put forth 
their best performance for the appreciative 
audience. While the show went on. the ac- 
tors/ actresses behind the stage were madly 
involved in putting on their make-up and at- 
tempting to keep their costumes from being 
soiled. As each evening progressed, the ac- 
tors/ actresses became more efficient with the 
creation of their appearances and concen- 
trated more on supporting each other's per- 
formance. 




OLIVER 




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Oliver the production was a fresh display of 
f ine musical and aeting talents. Musically, the 
show shot off with the eatehy tunes of food Qlo- 
riousdood. Pick a Pocket, and J d Do Anything. 

Zhc choreography for eaeh number was dynamic 
and eye-pleasing. Com Pah Pah and Who Will 
Huy were also highlights of the play, these two 
numbers included almost all of the east, creating 
a rich sound and a feeling of unity for all. 



Zhe acting abilities displayed gave the performers' classmates 
a glimpse of character that would not normally ctist in school. 
All in all the production was the most successful that the 
students have ever participated in thanks to the dedication 
of both students and teachers alike. 



STUDENT LIFE 




ROD: "How's this? Hey, maybe I'll be a model someday, eh?' 



SCOTT: "Uh um. I'm just so sexy in this outfit Check out 
the form!" 



Great smile. Mark! You too. Marco! heh! 




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BROADWAY BOUND . . . 




STS GRADUATING CLASS 



EDOARDO BARDANA 




JOHN BERLETT 





Spatulas are for cooking not for cleaning 
Duncan McDonald 



IF YOU WANT TO TAKE AN 80 FT. DROP 
AT 70 MPH, GET PROFESSIONAL HELP 




Charlebois 



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CHRIS BINGHAM « 

The lesser the hypocrite the greater the person 
- Chris Bingham 
Famous Thoracic Surgeon 



^ 1987-1988 /- 




Don't measure yourself by 
what you accomplish but 
by what you should have 
accomplished with your 
ability. 



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Everybody Hoang Chung Tonight 




I'll be looking for 8 

When they pull the sate. 

And I hope that Judge ain't blind 




Our Powder Is Always Dry. 



RYAN 
BLADES 





HOOO! 



LUKE 




DANIELS 





ARIZONA'S 



If you don't have a wild 
dream, you'll never try and 
you'll never get and you'll 

never achieve. 

- Celia Franca 




NANCY 



ELSHARKAWI 



The glory of friendship is not the outstretched hand ... it is the 
spirited inspiration that comes to one when he discovers that 
someone ELSE believes in him and is willing to trust him." 







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GRADY 
GALVIN 



"I want to sit on a mountain forever.. 
The race will catch up sometime." 
- Carolyn Rohaly 



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This is not your rehearsal life!" 
• Tracy Stock 

"Always obey your parents 
when they are present." 
- Mark Twian 

"Life is merely some vastly su- 
perior being's diabolical experi- 
ment" 



"I was a lonely teenage bronkin' buck 
with a pink carnation and a pick-up truck 
But I knew I was out of luck 
The day the music died." 
- American Pie 




"If ya don't know where goin' 
then y'aint lost." 
- Anon 




Earth Girls Are Easy 

MARGARET 
GAVRIILIDIS 




Cycle 



RIDE YOUR BIK 





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We are all born mad. Some remain so. (Beckett) 



GURU 

GUNARATNAM 



Dawg, I say. Hey there Dawg. I'm on the wrong side of the 
fence. (Foghorn Leghorn) 



GURU LIKED IT, YOU WILL TOO! 




I " H. PETER HOANG 





Far North Holly 
Milner during fill 
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STACY HYNDMAN 



30 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. 
ACCUMULATION OF7 INCHES. 
SEVERE STORM WATCH IN EFFECT. ' 

IT'S GOING TO BE A BEAUTIFUL DAY 




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To laugh often and much; 
to win the respect of intelligent people 
and the affection of children; 
to earn the appreciation of honest critics 
and endure the betrayal of false friends. 

to appreciate beauty; 
to find the best in others; 
to leave the world a bit better, 

whether by a healthy child, 
a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; 
to know even one life 

GIANOULA KOUSINIORIS has breathed easier bec r: * ou had lived 

This is to have succeeded. 



Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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SATURDAY 

6:00 P.M. 
FEB. 5, 1981 



CALGARY 

vs 

PITTSBURGH 

STAMPEDE CORRAL 




"You can do a lot with your lifetime 
If you don't burn out too fast. You 
can make the most of the distance But 
first you need endurance - First you've 
got to last . . . From first to last The 
peak is never passed Something always 
fires the light That gets in your eyes. 
One moment's high And glory rolls on 
by Like a streak of lightning That 
flashes and fades In the summer sky 
..." - NEIL PEART 

"Don't cry. don't raise your eye; Its 
only teenage wasteland" - PETE 
TOWNSHEND 




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"Soft blue horizons 
Reach far into my childhood days 
As you are rising 
To bring me my forgotten ways 
Strange how I falter 
To find I'm standing in deep water 
Strange how my heart beats 
To find I'm standing 
On your shore." 
- Enya 

To the graduating class of 1 990, Thanx, guys 
for all the memories. We've had some good 
times. Thank you Roxanne and Dara for always 
being there. Good Luck everyone with whomever 
you meet and whatever you do. 
Keep in touch. Love Always - 



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God grant me the 
serenity to accept 
the things I can't 
changes, the 
courage to 
change the things 
I can, and the 
wisdom to know 
the difference. 



JENNIFER WOOD 





Barcelona 5 9 



1988 COOB 92. SA 



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CHERYL 
NADINE 
ZIMMER 






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"Never be first, 
Never be last. 
And never volunteer 
For anything." 

- HBZ 

"Life is a series of 
Helios and goodbyes." 
• Billy Joel 

"When I think back on 
All the crap I learnt 
In high school, 
It's a wonder I can 
Think at all." 

- Paul Simon 



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BROADWAY BOUND 



The Graduates 






TOP: Chris Bingham, Ryan Harris, Mark Giesbrecht. Jack Schneider, John Berlett. Baruch Laskm, Rod Evans. Ilias Mylonas, Ralph Fitzgerald. 
Mr Adams 

5TH: Cyrus Ameli. Grady Galvin. Scott Lemieux. Judd Palmer. Neil Belenkie. Duncan McDonald. Peter Stewart. Anton Wootliff, Ryan Blades 
4TH: David Lane, Raj Gohill, Sabrina Grobler, Travis Smith, Dana Mendham. Stacy Hyndman, Noula Kousinions. Andrea Hay, Guru Gunaratnam 
3RD: Chris Percival. Nancy Elsharkawi. Peter Hoang. Shaun O'Brien. Eduardo Bardana, Dara Sutton. Paulose Paul. Cheryl Zimmer. Margaret 
Gavrilidis 

2ND: Mr. Ditchburn. Sandra Lim. P J Bakos. Lucas Daniels. Alanna Abrahamson, Farah Esmail. Cheryl Wayde 
BOTTOM: Roxanne Wong. Penny Benson. Mary Angus. Jennifer Whyte. Jennifer Wood. Stephanie Angus 




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STRANGER THINGS HAVE HAPPENED 




TOP LEFT: Sandra Lim and Farah Esmail hold 
a pose until (he photographer linally figures 
out how the camera works. 
TOP RIGHT Rod Evans. "Oh. I get it (Ten 
minutes alter the punch line is delivered.) 
CENTRE LEFT Shaun O'Brien, "Where are 
those notes of mine? . Is this it? Hmmm 
. . . Nope 

CENTRE RIGHT Grady Galvin and Travis 
Smith. "Wait. Trav. you didn't turn it on 
"Hey. nealo. Man. we're getting our picture 
taken!" 

BOTTOM LEFT: Guru Gunaratnam. "Strike a 
pose, Gu!" 

BOTTOM RIGHT Scott Lemieux. "You really 
shouldn't take pictures of me'" (Take more pic- 
tures of me 1 ) 



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SR HIGH LITERATURE 



A Response to Margaret Atwood's poem, Death of a Young Son by Water, 
In Melissa Darou 

He. who navigated, 

had a boat and a mind, 

and sailed through the water to the land 
He. who walked, 

slipped and fell 

and swam in the water to the land 
He. who looked. 

saw only water 

and tried to imagine the land 
He. who tried, 

in trying died 

but only he ever spoke to land 
He. who spoke, 

struggled in the water 

and almost reached the land 
He, who knew, 

saw only the water, 

but he believed in the land 
He. who died, 

had lived in the water 

and knew he would soon reach the land 
He, who tried, 

had seen the water 

but his heart did reach the land 




To mother by Karen Neuss 

In the puddle's reflection 
Our faces are leather 
Cracked 

like ice refrozen, 
Below the polished flesh 
Our blood boils 
And erupts. 
The leather splits. 
Our socks are dirty. 
Bled dye, 

We flee from the water. 



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VALEDICTORY SPEECH 

Mr. Ditchburn, Honoured Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen and fellow students. The time has come once again to continue the tradition 
of the Valedictory address. Traditionally a long-time student was marked academic prowess makes the valedictory speech, but this year, 
things have improved. A student of moderate academic status and whose behaviour has raised a few eyebrows will have the honor of 
being the valedictorian. Good morning, my name is llias Mylonas. I will be this year's valedictorian. 

As most people know, I have attended S.T.S for 2 years. The real truth is that the result of the valedictorian's ballot was actually 
a prank to stun and surprise the teachers and the headmaster. However, the prank backfired. Mr. Ditchburn bowed to the will of the 
electorate and hence I stand before you today. 

On a more serious note, I believe that being the 1989- 1990 valedictorian is one of the greatest honours that has been offered to 
me. It is my greatest pleasure to represent the 1 990 graduating class. 

The roots of my arrival at S.T.S lie in my academic performance at Vincent Massey Jr. High and my grade 1 0 year at Ernest Manning 
High School. At first I took my studies seriously but then, upon starting High School, I adopted the attitude of the more senior students. 
I seldom showed up for classes, or showed up for attendance and then skipped all my classes. My father came quickly to realize that 
my first rate education deteriorated to a no rate education. 

He spent sleepless nights trying to find a solution to my education crisis. Then one day, he came back from the doctor with news 
of a lower cholesterol level and of the discovery of a highly prestigious private school: S.T.S. His doctor informed him of most of the 
details of the school. The information seemed to impress my father. Being the typical Greek that he is he came home with one objective 
in mind: llias will be going to this school. 

I would like to digress briefly at this junction to explain why my education had always been such a priority with my father. When 
he was young, his father owned a prosperous importing business but all the wealth came to a halt when the Bulgarians invaded Greece 
and seized my grandfather's business. My father at the age of I I was then forced to work 10 hour shifts in the field growing crops 
to support his family. 

My father hopes that his children will never have to endure such hardships, and believes a good education makes a difference. 

Going back to my education crisis, one could say that Ernest Manning was an entertaining place to be. Rules couid be easily broken, 
McDonalds and other 5 star restaurants were readily accessible, and the student to teacher ratio made my academic anonymity a certainty. 

On Sept. 4, 1988, I donned the full dress uniform for the first time. What a far cry from the "grubs" I could wear on a daily basis 
at Ernest Manning. I arrived at the school with a queasy stomach after the bus ride. My previous experience with buses had been limited 
to rural Greek buses designed in the 1 920's. Regrettably, Cardinal's finest have a long way to go in reaching the comfort level of those 
Golden Oldies I rode in Greece. 

I was immediately struck by the academic expections of the school and by the small pupil-teacher ratio. I had expected to find many 
rules in place, but I had not expected that I would have to follow them. I quickly learned, however, the meaning of the word "conse- 
quences." One day, for example, I decided to try life on the wild side and wore white socks to school. For this act of rebellion I was 
asked to re-tape all the grips on the equipment in the weight room. I discovered too that there were definite consequences in making 
ribald comments to the girls. As Queen Victoria once said, the girls would say, "We are not amused." 

For these comments I was a true comic at Manning. Here, the girls rapidly made it clear that my expectations were strictly fantasy. 

There is a notable difference in a school to which parents pay tutition fees. There is a demand made on the student to succeed and 
that he must be deserving of the financial investment made. 

I have been impressed during my 2 years here by the quality of teaching, by the extra help which is available (even though I didn't 
always take advantage of it) - right Mr. Koning? 

The Greeks have the ability to express in one word an idea that takes many words in English. 

An example of this is the summation of what I believe I have gained by attending S.T.S. this word is "AV POTTIA". It means basically 
the gaining of a more humane unselfish and confident attitude towards the world. 

In any event I'd like to bring this speech along with my final school year to an end with one thought in mind. If you walk in front 
of me, you cannot see me; If you walk behind me; I cannot see you; but walk beside me like a friend. At S.T.S. I have made many friends. 

Happy future endeavours to all the grade I2's and I wish with all my heart that you will achieve what you aim to be. 

Thank-you. 



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LES ARTISTES 




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READY? . . . AND ROLL IT! 





ABOVE: Jory and Marg; Micah; Becky; 
Jess?. Mel. Pete. Marg, Cameron 
RIGHT: TOP: Elliot Long. Micah Libln. 
Scon Nichol 

3RD: Kelly Colbome. Alex luckhurst. Jeff 
Watson. Rebecca Miller. Brett Habl|anac 
2ND: Tara Oldfield. Melissa Darou. Col- 
ette Honkanen. Jessica Travers. Ashley 
Bristowe 

FRONT: Mr Hay. Laurie Brown. Karen 
Neuss. Jory McMillan. Brenda Varnam, 
Margaret Drummond 
ABSENT: Neil McBean 



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IN ACTION 




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TENA 



RIGHT TOP Stephanie Brown. Meghan 
Blades. Lauren Plumes. Karilee Johnsen 
3RP Roger Balm. Mike Belenkie. Hamish 
Mckellar. Jeremy Fleming 
TNC: Hartle\ Sirkis. Kevin Spear, Michael 
Lane. Robert Scott 

I ST Charity Jams. Rovanne Elenko. Rachael 

Owens, kaths Bartel. Mr Schmit 

ABSENT: Ashley Skiber 

BELOVl Steph 

MIDDLE Ashley 

RIGHT Charity 

BOTTOM ke\m and karilee 







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FAMOUS FACES 




IN OUR ROLES 




B4 




UNDERSTUDIES 

Junior High 



GRADE NINE A 




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GRADE NINE B 



STH ROW Carla knilc. Tom Adams. 
Andrew lavender, Carol Stranzinger 
4TH Nick Swierzy, Glen Hawkins. Jon 
[\irham. Andrew kirker. karim Nogas 
3RD Matthew Bromwich, Sandra Byers, 
Justin Aqumes. Heather Lorfing, Clarke 
Hanna 

2ND Emil\ Andras. Brendan Long. Emi 
l\ Hamer. J3y Stephens. Stephanie 
Griffiths 

1ST: Mme EV Belleteuille. Patrick 
Stewart. Alim Milha, Heidi Pinning. 
Laura Mercer 




Justin and Andrew T 



The Famous Grin! 



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GRADE NINE C 




9A's Easter Bunny, Vivienne Jennifer. Shauna Big Bad Bobby. Heidi, Erin. Sarah. Jess 6 Lissa. 



9C 



THE CLASS OF 




THE CLASS OF 




TOP ROW: Miss Samson. Andrea Pierce. Vicky Livaditis. Heather Bretz 
4TH: Mark Benson. Shawna Sadler. Jeremy Blumes, Nicole Libin, Greg Darou 
3RD: Tara Habijanac. Jacquie Aquines. Linda Garratt, Rae Baskerville. Erin Thompson 
2ND: Tama Sirkis. Guhan Gunaratnam. Jilla Mawec David Pederson. Marte Towle 
1ST: Lalil Wal|i. David Lissel. Maclean Kay 



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THE 



CLASS OF 



RIGHT: Patrick 

BELOW: 4TH ROW: Zoe Ezinga, Michael Little, Dean 
Williams. Saleema Adatia 

3RD: Aaron Taylor. Vanessa Healy. Ian Armitage. Lucie 
Hoyer. Matthew Smilhe 

2ND: Molly Gillespie. Cameron Tedford, Christine Beale. 
David Holmes. Catherine McAteer, Richard Lengkong, 
Mackenzie Harvey 

1ST. Miss Purdy. Amy Bondar. Patrick Mitchell. Arliss 
Abrahamson. Rhiannon Owens. Ria Paul. Stuart Brooks 





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GRADE SEVEN A 





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GRADE SEVEN C 




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MY WORD! 




GREED 

by Simone Marschall 7B 

Winner of the Junior High Poetry Contest 

The water ripples smoothly across the 

ocean floor, 
A clear blue but undistinguished. 
The pearl lies embedded in its 

oyster bed . 
The fisherman's net catches what at 

first seems to be a blessing. 
But soon it consumes the soul, 
To the extent that a man will do anything, 
Even spill another man's blood. 
Disguised as a beautiful coat of white, 
No money or family will interfere between him and his 

precious. 
He is warned but does not listen. 
For he is blinded by its radiance. 
His only desire is to control it; 
The pearl slipped out of his grasp into the sea, 
Never to be possessed. 
As soon as the pearl was lost to him, 
The curse was lifted, 
He repented and wept, 
Never to lead the happy life he once did. 



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THE STRENGTH OF POVERTY 



by Helene Devine 



Runnerup in the Junior High Poetry Contest 

A dark vicious mass of death. 

It is evil, feeding off the pain of others. 

While continuously enlarging in size, speading like a disease . 

It strikes, 
It pains, 

Those inflicted suffer. 
The pain is true. 

The pain is real, alive and all-encompassing. 
Just ask those who live in it. 

The sting is violent and deeply upsetting. 
It lives, it lasts, it destroys . . 

If you are struck, you bear through it. for the poison can not 
be avoided. 

The life is not a bad one, though it is harder to survive. 
It can be fought through strength and love, but the battle 

has never been won. 
It is love and family and determination that fight the evil 

strength of poverty. 



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THE MAGIC EASTER BUNNY, by Saare Adams, 
Grade one. 

Once there was a rabbit who had no basket. He sat down and 
then a Magic rabbit appeared and he said "Do you need a basket?" 
And I said "Yes." So he gave me a basket. 

THE EASTER BUNNY, by Adrienne Ma, 
Grade one. 

The Easter Bunny was very happy because it was Easter so he 
could deliver the Easter eggs, but this Easter he lost his basket. He 
looked and looked and he could not find it and then he saw a rabbit 
with his basket and it dropped the basket. He ran and the Easter 
bunny got to deliver eggs. 




POACHER, by Matthew Youens, 6A 



Suddenly bright lights roll over a hill 

They pierce through the darkness 

The red eyes appear 

The devil smiles 

A window rolls down 

A gunshot comes out as a bat does fly silent 

A deafening noise echoes through the canyons 

A kangaroo falls 

Tears roll down my cheeks 

Pet food gets unpacked at a store. 



THE GREAT ESCAPE, by Nichole Anderson. 4A 

One sunny day, as I went to the bay, 

I saw a little tiger on my way. 

I asked, "What's your name?" 

He said, "Tigger." 

He was orange, black and white 

with nice yellow eyes. 

He escaped from the zoo 

and he liked to play his Kazoo. 

He had a sore leg. It was bleeding, 

all red. 

I took him to the vet and put him in a bed. 

In the morning, I took him back to the Zoo 

I put him in a cage with a brand new Kazoo. 

All the people watched him. 

He was a big hit! 

I'll never forget that little tiger, 

on my knee he did sit. 



BEGINNING OF THE END, by Chris Milne, 6A 



He runs, 

Breathing heavily 
Through the dirty, 
Black alley. 

Something is chasing him, 
Something unthinkably horrible 
Something that will harm him. 

He thinks 
As he runs 
Is it an illusion? 
A hallucination? 
He doesn't know 
Nor does he care. 

Why did he have to start? 

It has ruined 

His life, 

His mother 

Has kicked him out. 

He lives, 

On the street. 

It has gone too far. 



He is running, 

Tripping, 

Falling, 

Getting to his feet, 

Running on. 

It is getting closer. 

There has to be 

Peace. 

Happiness, 

An ending, 

NOW. 



THE MIRROR, by Caroline Woods, 6A 

The mirror. The figure I see is not me. 

Never was me 

Pale, scared, shaking 

Calling out to me 

It's cold and wet in the attic, 

Where I see the figure in 

The mirror. 



REPORTS, by Aliya Walji. 4A 

Reports. Reports. 
You're giving me warts! 
If your report is boring, 
Your marks won't be soaring! 
Reports, Reports, 
You're giving me warts. 



KATE'S SPACE BIRTHDAY, by Courtenay Mitchell, 4B 

Once upon a time, about in grade three, my friend Kate Abrams moved to a new city. 
When I found out that Kate was living in a space city, I was terrified. Personally I would 
never live in a space city. It's so gucky and yucky. 

Then one day Kate sent me a post card. It was an invitation to her birthday in space city. I 
had no idea what to take her and what to wear. Wait a minute! First I have to ask if I can go. 

So I asked my mom. "Of course" she said. "But first we will have to go shopping at Hef- 
falumps and Woozles." 

Allison at Heffalumps sold us a super duper space suit for me to travel in. It even had a 
helmet. The present is a surprise so I won't tell you yet! 

When I was all set to go, my dad took me to the space port. Boy was I excited! It only took 
two whole hours to get there. I could see the earth behind us and the moon ahead. The stars 
were close enough to touch. 

When we landed Kate was waiting for me. She had a new space pup. His name was Elroy 
Abrams. He didn't look like any dog I'd seen before. How many dogs have you seen with 
purple spots and blue hair? He didn't bark. He talked. He said "hello Courtenay. Welcome 
to Space City." Kate led me to the party room. All her friends were there. Everyone wanted 
to say hello to me. Some were round, some were tall and some were long and skinny. Some 
were shaped like triangles and didn't have a belly. They had stripes, they had spots, they 
had three arms, they had four legs, but they were all very nice, not yucky and gucky. We 
went to Space Calaway. The rides were out of this world. 

Then we went back to Kate's for cake. Some cake! It was filled with green jelly and you ate 
it with straws. Finally it was time to open the presents. What a surprise! None of the presents 
were for Kate. Kate was giving everyone else a present. I gave her her present anyway. It was 
a five foot robot doll that could think and act just like me. Kate gave me one of Mr. Elroy's 
pups. Can you imagine what my dog is going to think about this! 

When it was time to leave, I thanked her for the best party ever. When I got home, I got a 
postcard from Kate. It had a picture of Kate's party on it and I could have sworn it was alive. 



THE LEPRECHAUN, by Kendalle Ropchan. 
grade two. 

Once upon a time, there was a leprechaun. His name 
was Leon. He was taking a walk. He saw an apple. The 
apple was called "the apple that takes your magic 
away." The leprechaun ate the apple. He didn't know 
that the apple would take your magic away. He wanted 
to find his gold but he could not find his gold. 

Leprechauns can't find gold if they don't have magic. 
So he went to the wizard. He fixed him. 




WOLVES, by Courtney Ropchan. 6B 

Wolves once prowling around 
Now they arc gone like the wind 
But their spirits still remain. 




THE MAGIC LEPRECHAUN, by Nicole Burns, grade two. 

Once upon a time there was a magic leprechaun who lived in Ireland. He helped people. One 
morning the magic leprechaun wasn't at home. The leprechaun went to Hawaii. He wanted to 
dress like a Hawaiian person, so he went to a bathing suit store. But there was one problem. He 
didn't know which bathing suit was girl's and which bathing suit was boy's. So the leprechaun 
took a girl's bikini. So one day the leprechaun went to the beach. Then a man came. He looked 
at the leprechaun. He said "What's wrong with you stupid. You're wearing a girl's bikini. Come 
with me so I can show you what a boy's bathing suit looks like. Gee what a weirdo." 



THE LEPRECHAUN AND THE GOLD, by 
Allison Diskin, grade two. 

Once upon a time in Ireland there was a leprechaun. His name was Mat- 
thew. He was very nice. One day he got very sick. He got sicker and sicker. 
He thought that he would die. So he dictated his will to a lawyer. He knew 
where some gold was. He would give it to a person who had never killed. One 
day he died. On the same day came along a girl. Her name was Allison. She 
never killed. The gold was given to her. 



THE LEPRECHAUN, by Tom Hewitt, grade two. 

Once upon a time there was a leprechaun who lived in 
Egypt. This was a weird leprechaun, because he rode a 
camel, and he wasn't green. He was purple with pink polka 
dots. And he wore Hawaiian underwear. Once his camel 
kicked him and he died. 




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Grade i 

FRONT ROW: 
Anna Mandelkav 
Christine Robson 
Anita Purohit 
John Doerksen 
Bethan Clarke 
SECOND ROW: 
Nii Okai Ayi 
Larissa Roberton 
Farhan Thobani 
Bailey Soutar 
Dominic Hodel 
THIRD ROW: 
Erin Gallagher 
Richard MacLean 
Leanne Wierzba 
William Hiebert 
Nadia Wechselberger 
Mrs P. Bumanis 
BACK ROW: 
Blake Lowden 
Julie Perkins 
Christopher Dingwall 
Lindsay Whitehead 
Al-Kanm Khimji 



GRADE 
THREE 




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Grade 4 A 

FRONT ROW: 
Aliya Wal|i 
Rick Ramsay 
Yasmm Shayesteh 
Nicholas Ma 
Shaneeda Jaffer 
SECOND ROW: 
Claire Cameron 
Doug Rlcketts 
Fay Vintcent 
Adam Mawer 
Laura Hyndman 
Matthew James 
Mrs. S. Gibson 
THIRD ROW 
Nicole Anderson 
Rory Wood 
Claire Smith 
Matthew Diskin 
Ashley Reaburn 
BACK ROW: 
David Jagger 
Cheryl Cameron 
Andrew Russell 
Kristin McMurtrie 
Matthew Gunton 



GRADE 
FOUR 



Grade 4B 

FRONT ROW: 
Jamie-Lynn Kingsmith 
Lindsay Wheeler 
Michael Anderson 
Victoria Lamond 
Jillian Wyne 
SECOND ROW: 
Kylie Rogers 
Nicholas Konmg 
Mia Valerianos 
Russell Harrison 
Farrah Shaikh 
THIRD ROW: 
Stephen Zaozirny 
Micaela Wallace 
Clinton Mezzarobba 
Courtenay Mitchell 
Michael Chu 
BACK ROW: 
Andrea Ulrich 
Murray Bin 
Sheizana Murji 
Mrs. A Wyatt 
Christopher Kill! 
Allison Behm 
Kate Morris (absent) 




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Grade 5A 

FRONT ROW 
Cheryl Harrison 
Radha Ruparell 
David Watanabe 
Zoe Cobb 
Cade Cairns 
Radhika Ruparell 
SECOND ROW: 
Jan Jaffer 
Christina Towle 
Nageeb Sumar 
Kathleen Kolanos 
James Maclean 
Miss L. Wiggins 
THIRD ROW: 
Shemm Jivrai 
Jason Wierzba 
Jenniler Dingwall 
Michael Holcroft 
Vanessa Smith 
BACK ROW: 
Geoffrey Holmlund 
Whitney Lowden 
Cory Sine 
Rachel Bond 
Robert McGregor 



GRADE 
FIVE 



Grade 5B 

FRONT ROW: 
Jamil Ah 
Andrea Sam 
Christoph Hodel 
Jessica Fung 
Gregory Mitchell 
SECOND ROW 
Whitney Finch 
Jania Teare 
Jeremy Trickett 
Jacqueline Burns 
Conor Maclean 
Serena Mohamed 
THIRD ROW: 
Alan Benson 
Maya Grover 

Micholas Leswick 

Denise Wong 

Kent Macrae 

Mrs. P. Perkins 

BACK ROW 

Jennifer Perkins 

Michael Behm 

Sarah Hewitt 

Colin Garratt 

Aimee Jo Giesbrecht 




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Grade 6A 

FRONT ROW: 
Miles Rogers 
John Zaozirny 
Allison Wammel 
Eugene Sam 
SECOND ROW: 
Geoffrey Urban 
Caroline Lengkong 
Christopher Milne 
Kari Bretz 
David Beddis 
Robyn Patterson 
Dale Green 
THIRD ROW: 
Caroline Woods 
Matthew Youens 
David Howard 
Christopher Cameron 
Danielle Grover 
Mr. G. Zederayko 
BACK ROW: 
Monique Sello 
Claire Thompson 
Xanna Waugh 
Danielle Huisman 
Andrea Brown 



GRADE 
SIX 



Grade 6B 

FRONT ROW: 
Salma AN 
Zana Hamer 
Marilyn Burgess 
Sarah Taylor 
Soma Lota 
SECOND ROW: 
Stephen Mannix 
Christine Wong 
Michael Hoang 
Nina Neulander 
Robert Pierce (6A) 
Mrs. L. Harvey 
THIRD ROW: 
Sarah Scott 
Ben Soutar 
Erin Eisenberg 
Murray Scoulding 
Amy Pearn 
BACK ROW: 
Jeff Horan 
Courtney Ropchan 
Robert Weissenborn 
Mira Sirkis 
Jacob Manaloor 
Patrick Smilie (ABSENT) 




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121 



Primary 
Choir 



Elementary 
Referees 



Skipping 
Club 




SPORTS NETWORK 

T.S.N. 




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Junior A Team: 

TOP Sarah Hawitt, Laura Mercer. Stephanie 
Gnllilhs. Vanessa Healy. Nicole Johnson 
MIDDLE Miss Tulick. Jennifer Tottenham. Em- 
il) Hamer, Heather Lorfing 




Junior A S B Volleyball 




Junior B Team: 

TOP: Jessica Holcroft. Sarah Shaikh. Arm Lit- 
tle. Laura Simpson. Simone Marschall. Michele 
Hodel. Jenniler Chouinard. Mrs. Goldsworthy 
BOTTOM: Cynthia Behm. Sonya Lowe. An 
gela Ko. Megan Cully 



128 




TOP: Andrew Kirker, Stephen Adams. Stephen Morns. Lee Laskm. Stephen Caplan. Justin Aquines. Kern McMurtne 
MIDDLE: Cameron Fulton. Samuel Lim. Jeff Davis. Karim Nogas 
BOTTOM: Mark Schneider, Glen Hawkins. Mrs. Perkins 



STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR SCHOOL 





TOP: James Ablett. Jonathan Koo. Daniel Rracko. Andrew Clark. James Chouinard, Marc Brown. Mr Koning 
BOTTOM Farouk Shivp. Scott Anderson. Haflz All. Craig Adams. Michael Grey. Christopher Cully 



Junior A § B Volleyball 

129 




TOP Terry Blumes, Micah Libin, Lawrence Hollinshead. Michael Belenkie, Eric Giesbrecht. Drew Hyndman 
BOTTOM: Brett Habi|anac. Peter Stewart. Paulose Paul. Ra| Gohill. Mr. Johnson. Mark Perkins 



Senior Boys Basketball 




SENIOR GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 




BACK Stacy Hyndman, Mr Blais 

FRONT: Christina Zolotas. KariLee Johnsen. Heidi MacDonald, Roxanne Elenko. Mary Angus. Jennifer Upitis. Penny McDermid 




Jr. Girls Basketball 




SENIOR FIELD HOCKEY 



TOP Kiroh E>m.nl. Mar\ \ngus. Penny 
\Kl\rmul Jennitcr Lipids. Heidi MacDonald 
MIDLXt Sandra Lim. Karen Llggerslev. Jenny 
\Xhwe. Stac\ H\ndman. Christina Zolotas, 
Mrs Rodney, \ngeia Chuy 
ROUOM Sabrina Neumann Pcnin Benson 




jumor RUGBY TEAM 




TOP: Mr Thompson. Andrew Kirker. Steve Adams. Ben Ezinga. Lee Laskin. Cameron Fulton, Justin Perron, Jeff Kahane. Travis McConnell, Martin Spedding. Mark Svhneider 
MIDDLE Peter Yates. Dele Adegbesan. Roger McClary. Greg Seale. Mark Perkins. Jon Mawer. Gareth Adams. Tim Spedding, Andrew Brooks, Brendan Long 
BOTTOM: Angus Turner. Sean Gunton. Ian Graham, Michael Lane 



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BACK Mr Thompson. Ben Ezinga. Lee Laskm. Micah Libin. John Lohsen, John Rerlell. Sandy Martin. Cameron Fulton. Jed Watson. Barueh Laskin. Brian kahane. Travis McConnell. Neil Belenkie 
MIDDLE Ed Bashford. Andrew Brooks. Greg Seale. Ryan Blades. Wade Peterson, Kelly Colborne. loannis Kousinioris, Ralph Fitzgerald. Jon Mawer. Cameron Baker. Peter Stewart 
BOTTOM Eric Hyndman. Boh Lamond. Peter Hoang. Michael lane 
MISSING; Dave Lane 



135 




Track § Field and Cross-Country 



136 




Taking a Swing . . . 
the STS Golf Team 




Shooting Stars . . . 

the STS Trap and Skeet Team 





138 



r. 




139 





Who Likes to hang aroun with a bunch of muscly guys? Heidi and Kathleen do! 



140 



SPECIAL EVENTS 



YEARBOOK PRODUCERS 




TOP: Mrs Ropchan. Michael Forbes, Mr Taylor 

MIDDLE: Sabnna Neumann. Maya Gohill, Nathan Cromn. Kathy Bartel. Ashley Brlstowe. Gianoula Kousinioris. Adam Forseth 

.BOTTOM: Cheryl Wayde. Courtney Ropchan. Danielle Huismann. Angela Chuy (Jr Editor). Karen Neuss (Jr. Editor), Sandra Lim (Sr. Editor). Farah Esmail 
MISSING: Abigail Kinch 




Ryan Harris LIES & VIDEO TAPE 




Le Festival des Voyageurs a St. Boniface, Manitoba 
Samedi, le 10 fevrier a mercredi, le 14 fevrier 
Nous sommes a Winnipeg, tous les etudiants de 6ieme annee. Aujourd'hui nous 
allons au Festival des Voyageurs. Quand nous arrivons au festival, nous faisons une 
activite comme "Cradle de Chat". Apres ca, nous allons a la Cabane a Sucre J aime 
ca mais le sucre est trop sucre. Puis, nous marchons a une place pour danser de Riviere 
Rouge. II fait froid aujourd'hui. La derniere place que nous visitons est la place ou 
il y a beaucoup de statues de glace. C'est belle mais quand nous attendons l autobus, 
il fait tres froid. 

C'est le I 3 fevrier. A neuf heures, nous allons au festival. Aujourd'hui nous faisons 
les fleches. Je fais une belle fleche rouge et blanche. Apres ca, nous regardons Claire 
du Lune chante des chansons. C'est interessant. Puis, nous mangeons notre diner dans 
le theatre. Apres ca, nous allons jouer Sledge Hockey. A trois heures, nous allons 
a I'ecole et nous rentrons au I'autobus a la maison de mon billet. 

Le 14 fevrier, nous allons au assembly a I'ecole St. Johns. Apres I'assembly, il y 
a les garcons qui montrent nous I'ecole. C'est trois fois plus grande comparer de notre 
ecole. Quand nous arrivons au festival, nous allons au magasin des souvenirs. Puis 
nous allons jouer un jeu. C'est amusant mais nous jouons dans une petite foret. Apres 
notre dejeuner, nous allons a Balmoral Hall pour les baggages. Apres ca, nous allons 
a l aeroport. Nous allons a Calgary! 

Au revoir Winnipeg! 

. . . excerpts from a journal by 
Christine Wong 



Grade Six 
Trip to 
St. Boniface 




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Die Mind is the Place 

The mind is the place the heart turns to 

when it has fallen out of its nest 

The heart is the one who walks heartless 

along river hanks or through prairie grass 

or in another country or perhaps in its own country 

1 he heart is the one who is 

among the senses: 

and banana 
Wwme Trainer 



■\ match is lit 

and it brightens its surroundings. 

\\ itli onK ,i short time 

to accomplish a goal, 

it strives to become 

a greater tlame. 

Hurriedly, a candle 

is thrust forward, 

united. Life's goal: a success. 

The fire flickers, 

gasping for a longer life. 

A breeze; 

Darkness. 

• Marti McKay 



Yvonne the Planter 
Poet from Manyberries 
buries many thoughts 
in young poet's minds 
Harvest-time 

follows 



Bill Taylor 




Marti McKay Week 1 990 featured poet Yvonne Trainer: writer, 
editor and 1 990 Poetin-Residence for the Calgary Public Li- 
brary System. A dynamic reader, she entertained students with 
the interpretations of her poetry and lectured about the pro- 
cesses of writing and publishing. Our 'live poet' may have in- 
spired budding S.T.S. artists to try to publish their creations! 



MARTI MCKAY 
WEEK 



148 



JUST TRIIT! 




Thighs ot Iron 




150 



THE LEADING ROLES AT STS . . . 

The Prefects: 



BACK Duncan McDonald. Alanna Abra- 
lumson. Mark uiesbrecht. Sabrina Gro- 
bier. Rai Gohill. Paulose Paul. Mr. Adams. 
Peter Stewart 

FRONT: Judd Palmer. Dana Mendham. 
Rarucli Laskin. Shaun O'Rnen 




The Elementary House Leaders: 




152 



The Managing Crew . 
the Student Council 




GRAD COMMITTEES 




154 



NEWS FLASH! 



© jlatttatum 



Make your parents pay." 




Captain's Table 




TOP Travis Smith. Sabrina Grobler, P J 
Bakos. Shaun O'Brien. Sandra Lim. Ash- 
ley Bristowe, Ryan Blades 
3RD Paulose Paul. Scott Lemieux 
2ND Kelly Colborne. Stacy Hyndman. 
Judd Palmer. Ryan Harris. Guru Gunarat 
nam. Mrs Bartel 
1ST Jett Watson 




Fanatic 

Planning the next editorial' Pave. Judd. and Irav (An expose ol the Teachers 




Into a Brave New World 

Hatred can't halt humanity 



M otetot*»W 



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We've been poisoned by these fairy tales 
But I know a place where we can go 
And wash away this sin 
This is the end of innocence 
• Don Henley 

It's a nation of noses 
Pressed up against the glass 
They've seen it on T.V. 
And they want it pretty fast. 
• Isolation Daisies 

Just because you've got a halo 
Doesn't mean you know how to fly. 
- Madonna 



'We 



A RUSTING IRON CURTAIN 




If someone somewhere wants to get freedom, it's a struggle for the whole human people. 

• ShenTong, Chinese student leader 



Throw down a rope from heaven 

And lead the flock from water 

The man in the middle would have you think 

That you have no other choice 

But you don't have to pray to a little tin god 

You might fear the reaper, fear the rod 

But you never have to get down off your knees 

for a little tin god. 

• Dan Henley 

When the ice breaks up, it can be dangerous. 

• Margaret Thatcher 

THE FIGHT 
IS NOT OVER' 



156 



The age is not a funny game 
It don't give such a buzz 
And when I winched with ignorance 
I had to kiss this dust 
- Tanita Tikaram 



Someone has to 
take the lead 



Don't believe the lies • "Perestroika is unnecessary. There are 
no political prisoners, only lies in the West. Nor are there short- 
ages. The lines of people outside bare shops are an illusion.'' 
- Ceaucescu, President of Romania 



Changing History 1989-1990 
Communist regimes toppled in Budapest. Warsaw and Prague 
the Berlin Wall fell 

global environmental consciousness escalated 
Meech Lake failed 

McDonald's opened in the Soviet Union 

1 ,000's were killed fighting for freedom at Tianamen Square 

Romania was freed from Ceaucescu's grip 



'A victory for the people' 



Live life with 




These times are so uncertain 
There's a yearning undefined 
. . . people filled with rage 
We all need a little tenderness 
How can love survive in such a graceless age? 
The trust and self-assurance that lead to happiness 
They're the very things we kill, I guess 
Pride and competition cannot fill these empty arms 
And the work I put between us 
doesn't keep me warm. 
- Don Henley 



I'm brave enough to be crazy 
I'm strong enough to be weak 
I see all these heroes with feet of clay 
Whose mighty ships have sprung a leak 
- Don Henley 

Passion S 

as 



^ELUON 



Raise your eyes to star and sky 
Believe and fly away 
Take your dreams and broken schemes 
And sweep the past away . . . 
- Great White 

THIS IS NOT YOUR REHEARSAL LIFE!!! 



TOWARDS A NEW ERA 

157 



PRIZE GIVING CEREMONIES 




orads 90; Punc wins Da- 
vid Pike; Fraulein; self- 
enertained; Brenda wins 
Chem 20 





MAJOR AWARDS 
Elementary; 

Junior High; 



Senior High; 



a) Olympic Citizenship; Courtney Ropchan 

b) Mrs. A.E. Dunn: Allison Wammell 

a) Junior High Spirit: Emily Andras 

b) Hewitt: Karim Nogas 

c) STS Junior High: Carol Stranzmger S Laura Mercer 

d) Buchan: Jeffrey Davis 

a) Margaret Cameron; Alanna Abrahamson 

b) Neil McQueen: Steve Feick 

c) David Pike Duncan McDonald 

d) Tanner Cup: Sabnna Grobler 

e) Strathcona; Farah Esmail 

f) Howard: Paulose Paul 




1 1 4 




After nine years at S.T.S., Miss Linda Wiggins is leav- 
ing behind her a significant number of budding scient- 
ists, students who have learned to love science and 
nature. Miss Wiggins plans, with her new husband, 
several years of travel, first in Africa, before settling 
on a new career. 

Bon voyage and all our best wishes for the future. 



* 

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School mechanic and bus driver, Don Wakelam, is 
retiring this year. He and his wife are looking forward 
to having time to travel and pursue other interests. 
He says, however, that not all his time will be spent 
on leisure and that he will continue to study and learn. 

Good luck in your retirement. 



Hello and Farewell. 



162 



Mrs. Pam Perkins has been granted a sabbatical leave 
for the 1 990-9 I school year. She is working on a Mast- 
ers degree in Children's Literature. Hurry back, Mrs. P. 

We welcome back Mr. Freight who cut short a year's 
leave to accept the position of Director of Develop- 
ment with the school. Mr. Freight taught French in 
the junior and senior high school before taking his leave. 




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