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EditORial COMM€NtS 





Thank you sincerely: kitchen staff, cleaning staff, Mrs. Valiquette, Mrs. McKim, 
Mrs. Pryde, Mr. Abbott, Mr. Thomas. Mr. Sikora, M, Herique, Mr. Gray, Mr. Street, 
Ms. Wilgress, Mr. Montgomery, Mr. Napier, Mrs. Lahey, all who responded to 
our cries for help with consistent good humour. 

The "Ashburian" was fortunate to have the competent, imaginative, and 
dependably crazy services of the following department heads: Sports — Anne- 
Marie Baribeau, Photography — Adam Auer. Coffee Break Entertainment — 
Andrew Cole. Alice Barton managed to produce a volume of questionable poetry 
on the yearbook room typewriter while she waited for her next assignment. 
When she left for summer camp after giving us her first days of vacation, we 
missed her reliable willingness to do whatever was necessary to help production. 
Zoe Quinn-Phillips strode gracefully into our lives to produce most of the layout 
in this book. She was under no technical obligation to suffer the heat, humidity, 
ridiculous hours, bad jokes, loud music, salmonella salads, frustration and fatigue 
which accompanied her commitment to this "Ashburian". I hesitate to speak the 
whole truth about Rebecca Sandiford, editor-in-chief. She will also be next year's 
"Ashburian" editor and if 1 tell her now how practically perfect she has been to 
work with, her ego may inflate to unattractive proportions. 

Rebecca's honesty is natural, her sense of responsibility is real, her jokes are 
not always bad, and she has demonstrated the admirable ability to accept the 
blame for everything. All of these qualities combine to overshadow the fact that 
her method of imbibing Diet Pepsi is less than tasteful. Thank you Rebecca. 

Uancy ]owett. Staff Advisor 

This is Ashbury's Centennial Yearbook. (Really, if you had to be told, I'm afraid 
I'll feel obliged to slap you upside the head. ..It's too bad for me. and lucky for 
you that I'm a pacifist.) 

It has been a real challenge and a bucket of fun. Truly. And for once I'm not 
being sarcastic! I think with the combined efforts of a few talented and dedicated 
people, the resulting book you hold in your hands presents an overview of 
Ashbury College and its history. 

The old pictures, in contrast with recent ones, help provide a clearer sense of 
the context of the school that we all attend daily. The 100 years of Ashbury 
College meant little to me in a personal sense until I had spent several hours in 
the Archives... Some of the pictures found up there were eerie in their uncanny 
similarity to some of this year's photos. While a lot of things change, most things 
don't change, at least not substantially. 

Thanks to Melanie Quevillon and Mike Valiquette for living in the Archives for 
two days although no one will ever know just how much time they spent looking 
at old pictures of Mr. Gray and laughing, instead of finding what we needed.,. 
Many thanks also to Robbie Nelms who fueled the creative energy in the 
Yearbook room (darned near torched it). Robbie's drawings appear throughout 
the book, although he cannot take responsibility for the cheapo doctoring of 
Sean Penn. 

Finally. ZOE. Incredible. 'Nuff said. I owe her my first-born. 

Mrs. jowett was no help. Left a mess in her wake wherever she went. Simply 
disgusting. 

Rebecca Sandiford 
Wne 29. 1991 



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My roommates: RD, TK. NA. |F. FF. A|, MQ. Ol. 
Pat and those Iraqi beers, Slomastergeneral, 
AHMED |A1), Yannuck, Waldo, "The fool", (The 
Honda, 361 FNV|, the other fool from T+T (MQ). 
Fonz, Oze Babe! Waaaaaaaaassssseeeeeeeeemmm! 
LE, Chemistry and physics class, Cdn env/eco (spare), 
Spratfs house (prank), that vacuum disturbs my 
sleep, Thona, 12:00 tradition in Rick's room. Thanks 
to mum (Mrs. Kane and Mrs. Qirbi) and dad (Mr, 
Anderson and Mr. Qirbi), Aksnackitis. ping-pong, 
paper me, please! Chicken burgers, KFC. Get that 
dog away from me!. "Sir, can 1 use your phone?". 
What does the chapel look like? Broad St,, the 
Bijou, were awesome. Erasers music wasn't. )R 
and the rest of the family. KDN for all the support, 
Ms. Carleton (extra-help please), Mr. McFarlane for 
being himself. Doc Hop, Mr. Penton's fence, Mr, 
Zrudlo, Mr. Zettel. pennies for the chapel (you're 
welcome father). "Come on Wal, let me drive!" 
Omar (now an official boarder). (Prince rules!) 2 
years of great fun, "Chop, chop, boys " Mr. Deakin, 
Duuuubs! 

The motorbike (Walter) |H and 2 hilarious years, 
Saad. the Halils, NR, SS, RC, Starr you stud! Huge 
and II. Pile-ons and day student wedgies, pizza and 
Chinese food. Nicholman, AV, ENID, Dave's 
soccerball, MB, BC, RT, AE, |LM (BS), CG, ID, long 
live room raids, Mrs. Denison (Montreal, smash) 
To sum up, the best and last High School days of 
my life, 

Waseem Al-Qaraouli 



I can't believe it's finally time to say good-bye. In more ways than one, I am happy to be 
leaving since my stay here has been the two longest, most agonizing years of my life. On the 
flip side though, I am going to miss my two homes: Ashbury during the day and Sap during 
the night. Oh yeah, I had many good times, not that I can remember half of them but yeah I 
sure I have had some. Something I will always cherish is the vague memory I have of the first 
time I got a wedgie by those punks (R.C.. R.D., A.N,, G.D,, W.A., D,M, & K.H.) Yes, boarders 
are known to release their sexual frustrations in weird ways. Believe it or not, I am going to 
university and I am positive it will be a real party. By the way. for those of you that made my 
life miserable enjoy it with those others who decide to follow the carefully selected path I 
walked. Everyone live life and G.D. (farmer boy) thanks for a great party. 

Yours Drunkenly 

Crazy legs Uiyaaz Alikhan 




Niysiaz Alikliau^ 




"This above all - to thine own self be true. 
And it must follow, as the night the day. 
Thou canst not then be false to any man." 

— William Shakespeare, 

Thanks for two years full of experiences and great assistance from: Mr, Thomas, Mr. 
Zrudlo and Mr. Penton. 



PS.: Please be gentle on the environment! 



Vanessa Altiparmakian 



VaNessa AltipaouviaKiaN 




Hmmm...can we say "fetish"?: The Phantom, Chez 106. 
Dan Mooney, moustaches, Sting, Ford Rangers, all that 
honky tonk music, hmmm..,l think we can. To be 
remembered: Queens homecoming, Tokyo with sister Stacey 
and evil twin Meredith, "Rasci baby you is live...", Paris, 
cartoon images, sayonara sweetheart (yeah right), fashion 
shows, lunches with the Rockliffe landscapers, and of course 
those foetal pig comments. For Leigh III just say, "take me 
home..." Thanks to Mum. Dad. Bruce. Leigh. Stace. KDN 
and all the great teachers. 

"do you believe in magic, in a young girls heart, 
how the music can free her whenever it starts, 
and its magic if the music is groovy 
and makes you feel happy like an old time movie. 
I'll tell you about the magic and it'll free your soul 
but its like trying to tell a stranger 'bout rock n roll" 

— Lovin' Spoonful. 

Heather Alyea 



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Two years of trying to understand the Hockey mentality, 
this school and the weather have left me totally 
bewildered 1 will not even attempt to put my opinions of 
these on paper, so let's turn to brighter points. The great 
teachers. Tickie Tackie Ties. Zoes at Chateau Laurier. the 
Park and the Rockeries, lunch time, my snoozes in 
chapel. Katya et sa Double. Michelle and her dad. Michel 
and our long phone calls, and everyone else. Math 
studies. FRENCH. Spanish, and all my other classes. Keep 
up the tradition for the next 100. Salut et a bientot. 

Merci to GMA. DS. "WES. MAP. GL. GOT. Mr V. and 
any one elso who had to cope with me!!!!! 

Kate Andrews 




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Adam has no write-up because he missed the deadline by two 
weeks. — ED. 

Oh. hey. Adam deserves SOME credit. For what? Good 
question! Sure - maybe for his impeccable attendance record (for 
having bailed the most classes), maybe for teaching me how to 
REALLY make fahitas. maybe even for playing naked in a huge 
vat of rum n' raisin pudding. One thing that CAN be said is that 
Adam has been, and always will be. THERE (not in the pudding. 
silly - that's just gross.) 

Adam! Thanks for your strength (Your muscles are hard - hard 
to FIND!) your sense, your nonsense, your insults (ooh. Those 
crippling insults) and for being around as 1 squirmed from the 
Wraith's slimy grasp. 

1 could never be your friend out of habit. Love. Rebecca 




MEMORIES: GOOD and bad 

7 years — junior school Britain tours — monitor (gr. 8| — canoe trip 
with Guy — bantam football champs / undefeated (gr. II) — band trips 

— picnics — Hull — 2.5 and 3.5 miles — AZ & DS parties — )R pubs — 
Senior Football Champs / undefeated — A & G — Woody — wedgies — 
grad prank — ski trip to France (BR) 

Special Thanks To: — LT & music dept. — some great teachers — my 
parents 

.and finally Yd like to say a word or two to a few pals and acquaintances: 
ID: "HANG loose", MG: that WAS you at school last month?!, DH: call 
you at Pet Food Minus, MM: take this, you're goin' a bit purple, LM: 
that's one too many!, AS: "sausage, have a nice life", IR: a message for 
you,., its in the art room, IS: you've gotta get me out of this one,.. I 
did it again, MS: ""who the hell says underachievers can"t go to 
Ashbury?!", SH & NR: Babar... what's my real name!. OT: (^- ^^ -'? 

- - ! - - @. is that really how you feel? AZ: "thanks for comin' out man! " 
... stay in touch. 

Bruce Barber 



Buuce BanbeR 



Name: Patrick Barlett (5 year veteran) 

AKA: Grenny. Froggy. Grenouille, Bartman, Honkey, Hybrid, White Boy, 

THOR, 7166, Philosopher, Tweedledum, Frog. 

Curvee du marchee ($5.45/ltr.), G.S. to T.A.B., sitting behind A.M. in Gr. 9. 
tricking W.O. to swear at Mrs. Lemele. baseball in Hull, interprovincial 
march, Ste. Sauveur. Kanata, Captain Morgan's at Rick's, Pee chases, Dave's 
House, insulting Waleed, Football: '89 and '91 undefeated seasons, 115 
lbs,- 170 lbs., doctor's office, university visits, colored line (hon. member), 
Penn State, Bubby Brister, being Walooded by Domino's, Freddy, Weezie, 
OAC, Buick, Dr. Death, 10-minute tour with I.M., l + l+C in DR.. Wiggle it! 
Quotes: "Rick's in the shower." 
"I'm going to the OAC. " 
"A cold is about the only thing you'll get from me this weekend. " 

T.A.B. (Thanks to - A.M., A.N.. W.Q.. and M.Q.) 

Patrick Bartlett 





PatRick Baoitlett 

Tita 

As I remember her most 

She stands 

As a Medusa 

Grey, black in the wind 

Cold, it covers her 

yet the shell 

is broken easily. E.S. 

— AG., the four crazy roomees ZBM, MH, ES, BC the top bunk, 
REM, Hendrix, Doors, Curfew-NOT, Armitage |.R., New York, pizza, 
Danny's Leb. food, always late, singing for Ellis, I'll miss your smile as 
we all will. 

Never change, your beauty lies deep within. 

Beatriz Carnevali 



BeatRiz CaRNevadi 



In the beginning 1 thought that it would never end, and now that it is finished, I 
feel iii<e it never began. 

The year in review: Kitchen breaks. Payer escapes. Mexico, Train runs. Don't want 
to come back. Three turns, tweet tweet, Chinese chair boy!, Don t think ill come 
back. 

Flashlights, Double Texans, fire alarms, I don't quite catch the humour — I don't 
think ill come back. Granola rollies, RCLBO, window jumping, laff and raceway, 
don't f... with the fish. Alleys, pretty sure I won't be back. Sweetly I met, rolling, 
what a turn around. Westin stairs, Want to come back, but 1 don't think I can. Map 

Robert is a prefect— there go the standards— higher, got into U, Dominican, 
Harvey's, great prank, Mac, Chinese. Wings, special juices. Sugar Ray, For Sure I'm 
definitely not coming back. 

Col. Van. Mike, lism, Fonz, Chips, Walter, Cheeks, Hill, Ange, Heeb. Rick, Dave, 
and all others. It was fun sometimes, for the rest. NOT. but we make it through. 
Hope to see you all again. Shalom! 

Robert Citrin 




Rodent CitRiN 




■CauMya Clauik 



Tanya: aka Toot, Taya, Ty, TC. T, Muffy, or most recently 
The RR (Thanks to SS S- TS| The girl most likely not to see 
daylight until noon. She can often be seen sleepwalking in 
Duvernay bathtubs "Leave me alone Pep!": being 
blowtorched out of Dominican hotel rooms: and carrying 
around her Looney Tunes lunchbox. Favourite hangouts 
include the 'LAF' with her Chinese ABBA Twin Vampire 
Sista or tabledancing for old men at Spumonti's. Once 
described as poetry and prose in precision and perfection', 
she's always READY TO GO and saw the devil 5X. She's 
led at least one man to unconciousness ISYPHILLIS #!| 
and is a founding member of the Pompous Buttheads of 
which there are only 2 members to date. Future goals? 
Who knows. First we'll have to see if she makes it back 
from Europe or not. Special thanks to HA. LS, and 
members of DOMINICAN 91! 

SS, MV, AV, OT — I loved you guys — 1 loved you guys 
so much. 

TC 




"CaNya Clank 



So how do I cram 4 years into 1 50 words? Here Goes: 

Adirondacks ...Tm going for the record "...The Untouchables. ..Football: 7&0. MVP. Suck it up. City champs. Please be 
seated.. A valuable lesson: Read the label: "How do you say Dogerte"... Boat cruise: 100 clicks outside Ricks in the 

boat, Trashing hotel rooms. Bagel Bagel. ..Boyz 
night at Zollies. hanging' from a hook — "I'm 
flying" ...KEG PARTIES!!! lulube fights at Dave's... 
Shreddies everywhere... Pile ons...Ex says it all... 
TEQUILA. ..Visits from the Bluebird of Happiness 
...Duvernay (after bop, bijoux. Zap) ...Montreal trips: 
The Amazon, Peel Pub, Paul Simon Concert... 
France "91: La chute. Big Red. Fun with baguettes, 
jesters dead!. Mooning at the Kellerman...KDN: 
"Get that bloody hair cut". ..Triple spares... 
Homeroom with MAP?!...A-House.. "So darn 
wicked!".. "Yeah Right! "... "That's Mr. Geek To You" 
... "Shotgun!"". ..""Thats Gotta Hurt!! " 

For all the good times I would like to thank 
PacMan, Sprattman, Zol, Rickster, Butthead. 
Lightning, the Gyrator, Was, Onyourkneesabelle, 
Mike Hunt, Ben Dover & Phil McCrakin, B.B & 
Stroker. 




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We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know when. ..but 1 know we'll meet 
again some cloudy, foggy day. 
(Sorry Alex, but you should have given us your write-up. Ed.) 

Alexander De Vries 



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Well my five long years at Ashbury have finally come to an end and all 1 
can say is that; I wiggled it in the D.R. as I was asked for Dos Cervaza Por 
Favor!! Enabled l.D. to become a wasteoid. kept busy with long distance 
relationships and close one, held Rick and Dave's awesome Keg parties |$8 all 
you can drink), lived with a lapanese baseball freak (nice hands Tom), room 
raided (NATO), piled on and basically caused havoc with our unprecedented 
Grad Prank. 

As well as all this great stuff, I had time for two undefeated football seasons 
and one City B Championship and many, how shall I say. interesting hockey 
games. 1 was also committed to working out with both Mr. Chest (leff) and 
God you're huge (Woody), a couple thousand ping pong games (Was. some 

secret bike rides to the Gatineaus (Aleks) and 

some great waterskiing and cottaging Zollie. 

Spratt. Tricia). 
Even though Aleks' Honda bit the dust 

(Walter). Boston did not win the Stanley Cup. 

the Blues Bros, are taking an extended vacation. 

I have had the best and most influential five 

years of my life. 
Thanks to: AZ. WWARFA, AS, TK, TR, )D. MH, 

OT, AN, RC, ILM, ES, KH, DS, HB, MQ, RT, SS, 

IW, IH, MS, PB, Ol, NA, WQ. V. AW and to 

teachers ML. RV. PGM, PC, GMA. IHD. SG. CD. 

and all those not mentioned. 
Oh yeah— the Montreal Canadians Suck!! 



Rick "the slicksler" Dubras 



Rick Dubnas 




My four years at Ashbury: Bobby McGee at the Raceway. Hello little boy. 
guitar on my leg-Bun. Invisible furry animals night orienteering. "Did you know 
your fly was undone?" Two five two five. Crew of '89. mushroom haircuts and 
long popsicles. Late night walks and talks with Bee. War amps with Lise. my 
dinner party- yeah. I was there. Bench buddies (K.A.C), Air Edmisons, super 
Student, "1 can't hear you ". That's too bad. Action. To Schwarzenegger and the 
feeve and thank yous- to lulie for France, to RBN, MAP, EWZ, TR, )ill B.. LH. 
disco. Aretha and lanis. Extra special thanks to N| for her time and insight and 
to RT for six great years. 

"1 told him I already had one and it's he he he very nice. "— RT 

"Prove that you love me and buy the next round. Oh lord won't you buy me a 
night on the town."-l.|oplin. 

PS. It's Libster not Zabster boys. 
Skank: 

Est-ce que tu aimes la poesie? M. le Presidente. ma poule. la clanque. 
worshipping. warm...,mace mace baby, sea of love. Kronenbourg. the girator. 
crutch, leaving on a jet plane, sound cops, what's in that tree? Memories for a 
lifetime. Remember, friends are friends forever. Thanks for being there. Mouffe- 
l.T, 

Ubby Edmison 



Libby E&mison 




Grade 9: I DONT WANT 

Grade 10: TO TALK ABOUT IT!!! 

Grade 1 1: Many thanks to Lorena Whelan. 
Cellotaped the fake ID. and Hull. Chemistry class 
with Mr. Webb and the guys. The summer in 
France, and the real me. just so many well dressed 
guys!!! Transvision vamp-una-and the Fiat X-19. 
Grade 12: Unaananik-inseparable. Shannons 
covergirl swish and our potential positions as prefect 
chicks. "And with the money Id like to help old 
ladies across the road annnnnnd...furthermyeducation.' 
04Mayl990 IRPH: 

"To you 111 give the world. 

To you 111 never be cold, 

And 1 wish you all the love in the world. 

But most of all i wish you for myself." 
Grade 13: Betty Sue who? Analyzing lodis 
relationships. Grad committee "*!_?&%*$%#" 
Dominican Republic the innocent and untouchable 
room raiders, we really "wiggled it." Charlies 
Angels and the mission, lodi you still have my 
hippo! 
Many thanks to: V.W., K.N.. MUM. DAD. and Co. 
Words to live by: "Semper ubi sub ubi." 

Anik Egan 



ANik EqaiN 



It isn't easy being the son of a diplomat, let alone two. It has its 
pros and cons. I've seen many places in my time from my country 
Egypt to Ghana. Singapore. Switzerland. Spain. Italy. France, 
Germany, the Philippines, Hong Kong, the United States and 
England. More to the point. I've been to a countless number of 
schools, but admittedly, my two years at Ashbury have been two 
of my most enjoyable and active both ACADEMICALLY and 
PHYSICALLY. 1 owe special thanks to all my friends including M.Q.. 
and AD. My teachers, especially R|C. WES. PGM. EWZ, DW and of 
course Doc. have made Ashbury as insightful as it has been. Well. 
its time to move on and 1 wish all of You in Ashbury, who have 
constituted two wonderful years of my life, all the best. "Thanks for 
all the fish." 

Torek El hbbadi 




tauiek El AbbaOi 




I'd rather be dumb and clean than smart and dirty, anytime." 
-Dr. Norman Vincent Peale 

Kflrim El/ar 



KauiJM Elfaot 




2 years finally over: My room-mates IF & VT. My 3 rooms: 215. 204 & 
206! Soccer. Sherbrooke. mud. Basel's penalty, Pickering (annihilate them 
next yr!!) 

Martinez rules! Goals? What are they? AY - remember bet in Montreal 
bar. Toronto, freedom. 2G? (just kiddingi BM - late night intellectual walks, 
keep playing. Was. thanks for opening my ear to real music (among 
millions of other thingsl UR the first person 111 give free tickets to for my 
solo concert at Wembley in a few yrs. LZ lives!!! Room raids. If music 
(Yuk!). Chinese music (YUK!) 2x100. Kenny boy. get a life!! Dumb & useless 
-rules. Chapel? Yeah right!! Wl is a serious OAC course, right Doug? Grad 
prank (worth it a 1 10%|. MN - find a grandmother in HK!! Francais OAC. 
jamais plus! Ol - Wonder what you are doing this summer. ..and the 
next- .and the next. ..etc. RM - stop thinking you are cool just cause you 
live in Bangladesh. 1 will never lose your masterpiece Bengalis word 
(doesn't mean much, does it?) ZH - funniest guy I've known. Woody. AV. 
Ap. CM. English BS? Who? Matt? No way! Pizzas. Pile-on's NHL play-offs. 
Vive les Canadiens! The one and only NAK - made physics class actually 
fun. BH - "Chop-Chop, if this was a war..'. University mail, have the 
Russians bombed the Canadian Post office? Ashbury food-salad is not a 
Greek word for mixed left overs! 2 yrs I'll always remember, but I'm glad 
I'm going into the real and free world. 

"There should be laughter after pain, there should be sunshine after rain, 
these things have always been the same" (Dire Straitsj 

Fyca Faisal 



Fyaz FcUScd 

Ashbury was a welcome departure from Lakefield...the 
endless room-raids, countless pile-ons. and pizza orders 
shall always be remembered, no. I don't know where 
Wassem is. oops! wrong room. ..the cereal was appreciated 
(especially Froot loops), as well as the cricket on Sundays, 
the british bulldog. Grad prank was definitely worth it. even 
though they were "appalled" '. OAC English (OAC spare) 
was a blast, right Matthew?.. .boy did 1 have a lot of free 
time during the day... snowball fight in French Class was 
"Darn Wicked", so was the Fashion Show. Total time in 
infirmary = one month, but the Rideau Centre was an 
essential part of life. Thanks to Alan Thomas for 
enrollment... and to Mrs. Kane (MOM) for the mail and for 
the phone, and last but not least to Mariah Carey for her 
music. Demented yo-yo for going OUT the IN door (NA) 
Grad flag was awesome, Waseem's music wasn't! 

]eremy ¥raser 





jeneiviy FnaseR 



"1 peer at Mary through green porthole glass 
she is smiling the smile of a clever fish" (Anne Szumigalski) 

Cindy Gramann 



Like many of our fellow graduates we are part of Ashburys history and we have left our footsteps 
everywhere on and off schoolgrounds (mainly off). However, academic talk is blasphemous and so 
instead well tell a story which started 2 years ago: 

Welcome to the shop: We do not remember how we met but physics class was a 

stepping stone 'Sir, we wouldn't do that ". That was our first compansionship and from then on we 
went down the hill fast. Our academics did not show this as we believe in organizing and writing 
essays without drafts in one night. Hence we are NOT procastinators. Major partying and the morning 
after writing an essay thus has no destructive affect on us. As our academic life took a form of its own 
without guidance we felt the need to explore other forms of life, our first was the New Year's party. 
Kate and Leo walked through Rockcliffe slipping continuously and waited for Una who was relatively 
on time: "She s only an hour late, why worry? " We will then not go into details about what happened 
at Andrew's party becuse some of us will say "1 did that? i don't remember. " Blondness in its true 
form. The boat cruise taught Kate much: remember Kate, it does have stairs. Leo there are two decks, 
and Una's interesting experience. But then again we had so many. Our respective summer vacations. 
Kate's conversations. Una's fun in Nice and Leo's 7 weeks of bewilderment. The last two weeks at 
Leo's house, driving to Russia to pick up Larrykins and later giving him the bill! Kate's fascinating 
driving experiences not to mention Leo: "Kate and Una. how do you make Kraft Dinner?" 

Grade 1 3 was even better, procrastination at its peak and a fabulous social life. We missed Una in 
physics but made up for that during the weekend. Dave's second party: Kate's "wild" party mood. Una 
and Leo screaming at each other, and the threesome hug where Kate balanced on our shoulders 
"Guys. I can standi " "So what else is new? " Kate's parents left for the weekend and while Kate slept. 
Una and Leo cleaned up the house Later Leo's parents left and we attempted to learn the worm but 
due to Finlandia this was hopeless. We had the 6 AM morning-after effect where Kate swore "I'm never 
doing this again!!! " Our Thursday nite Zap routine: "Guys the test is only tomorrow, enjoy tonite ". This 
led to "I think we have a problem " i.e. school. 

In short we believe in "Live for today, plan for tomorrow, PARTY tonite ". 

All in all an interesting life at Ashbury leaving us diversified people. 

We would like to thank our partents for all their love and support throughout our lives, thanks so 
much for your patience even though we raised hell! We love you!! 

Thank you for at the shop!!! 

Tfie Brunette. Tf\e Redhead and the Blond 



PS. Vi/atch those spikes in the shoulder pads] 




Kat6 QK66N, UNa WsJlace, LcoNtiNC Haqeiviausi 




It's so rarely that dreams come true. Rarer still to find true happiness 
and interna! peace. It takes time to find yourself and be happy with who 
you are. Coming to terms with reality is an uphill climb. For sure. yeah. 
But God is my Father and my Creator and I think 1 want to study 
theology. 

Good luck to everyone!! Saud (W.A.). Huggy |H.B.|. The Geek Squad 
(P.B. to A.N.I. R.C., Huots (C.G.|, Los Diablos. Snackbar |H.).|, and the 
"Most Holy Dude". To all those I haven't mentioned, thanks a million 
had the time of my life. 



I've 



Sfiawn Grisim 



P.S. Reality is the hypocrisy of illusion 



Sf7aWN QRJSiM 



Hey! My years of high school have finally come to an end. 

Although this was my first year at Ashbury. it has proven to be an 
exciting one. New friends. Zaps and Molson Canadian have been a great 
combination. Thanks to everyone that has endured me (ie. Carole. Leo's 
parents. Bruce, etc.). 

Cupid's arrow has finally wounded me for I have met someone fantastic, 
(Leontine). 

Mom. see. I did make it! Thanks for the clean shirts, the lunches and the 
late nights typing. Dad. thanks for the love, understanding and just being 
there. Granny and Granddaddy, your support throughout the years has 
been trememdous. (P.S. I am going to Dai. Ha! Ha!| 

Finally, I quote "I got myself a pen and a paper and I made up my own 
??? sign, I said thank you Lord for thinking about me but I am alive and 
doing fine". Knuf, I love you and "yes " that is it. 

Marc Guindon 





i 



QsOjy Hca7N 



Mane QuinDon 

Gabriela...no...Gaby...um...Gab...uh...Ga ...F!! 

Gaby, you were the only one who patiently listened to my incessant 
ramblings and my insignificant problems over endless tubs of Haagen Daz 
(excuse me sir — do you not have chocolate swiss almond?) Coffee down 
the hill, long talks in RockUffe Park at midnight, and lunches in Argyle. 
Speaking of litters, you must've been relieved to have finally been able to 
show your teal personality. 

You've been the pillar of Theatre Ashbury. You don't have any idea 
how much your patience, help, laughter and talent are valued. If only we 
could curb your efforts to turn it into a musical theatre. 

So, Scaby, when you are getting that license of yours? ludging by your 
psychotic tendencies as a pedestrian, the roads will not be safe when you 
stop backseat driving, and actually get in behind the wheel. 

Keep up the network of international love connections, "Gabe the 
Babe ". (Dritchard. etc.) There are broken hearts splattered over how many 
countries? 

Don't ever change. Keep smiling. 

Love. Mel. 

PS. We're still convinced you're possessed by Donald Duck, 

Gabriela Hahn 




Katushka Mylene has been a friend and sharer for more than two 
years. With her interesting nightly stimulants (maybe we should just live 
as 'scum' during university. ..Do you think people are normal, trying to 
be weird, or are they weird, trying to be normal?) and her wild shaking 
to music that goes back to when she was three, she has lightened up 
my days of boarding. As she points out our room has been a 
permanent sleep-over party'. This is why we have made our vow. 
Remember choir trips, bugs in watercups, dreams. Toronto and its 
excitement (!), as well as after the IB period where we could do 
everything we were not able to do before without rebelling against 
school code. Finally - we shall toboggan again at twenty one bumps in 
a few years. 

Katya has contributed to my fun and memories of Ashbury by being 
her own intelligent, loving, light and entertaining self. Stay the same as 
you are for this is what makes you so unique. 

Lots of love, Isa, 

Katya Halil 



Katya HaJil 



"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it 
was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it 
was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it 
was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. 

Hardly a tale of two cities, but a tale of Ashbury, a tale 
wonderful and weird which speaks of friendships and 
friends with whom I've shared the Gelato and Frozen 
yogurts of life, being utterly giddy in a blue room on the 
second floor of Carleton House, camping out in Isabelles 
room, having Tina and Marian camp out in mine, partying 
with Kate, chilling out with Shawna, Alex and Tina (girls, 
how much of our conversation do you think they can 
hear?) 

Marissa Halil 





MciRissa HaUil 



Mike, (sorry, Michael P. Harris) is one of the few "lifers" at 
Ashbury. He took advantage of many things the school offered: 
Toronto tennis trips with twister Anderson and C.A.M. Ill, teams, 
a French Immersion trip to St. Donat, the famous French horn 
lessons and M.L.T.S.'s and not to be forgotten the- for a timid 
blushing kid - rather fascinating sex ed. with Mr. Gray. 

Once grown up to be in Grade 9, Mike got the chance to meet 
"the boys ". They entertained him all throughout senior school 
with ju-lube fights and communal hockey-watching. A new 
development in the after-I.B. period was golfing with champion 
I.D. Mike started partying considerably as he was one of the 
boys, especially at Daves. 54 Chrichton caused a heart attack 
and an interesting first impression on strangers. Thanks to St. 
Marten and France 1 99 1 . Mike acquired international flair and is 
now more than ready to step into the wide world. 

1 hope that your tennis business ("Yes. it is a business".) will 
allow you to come backpacking in Europe soon. 

Love, Your Swiss L.D Isabelle. 

Michael P. Harris 



Micfjael Hemnis 




My 2 years at Ashbury have been memorable and a lot of fun. I 
would like to thank the following for making my final year at 
Ashbury so darn enjoyable: Bllllllllluuccee, R.H., A. P., C.L., O.T., 
K.M., I.F.. F.F., j.S., M.M. and the BIG T. Some memorable 
moments were lunchtime chokings, B,B. and butter fingers, games 
sir. .me?, lazz band. "Where's my music"?, "Sir, may 1 please kill 
the drummer"?, crotch factor, kiddyland, singing songs about 
insects, worm killers. The Family, locker vandals (gee I wonder 
who they were), morning lates, P.F.P. bandits. 1 missed Debussy!, 
your mother's from Burundi and wild boar hunting in Afghanistan. 

I would especially like to thank my two brothers. S.H. and B.A. 
for the fun and music. Also thanks to j.L.S. for 5 years O' fun!. 

Good luck and KBa! 

Douglas Hill 



DouQias Hill 



Some days will stay a thousand years, Some pass like the flash of 
a spark. Who knows where all our days go. — S.A. 

Four years at Ashbury have left me with many memories and some 
things that 1 either don't remember or will never admit to. 

Craig's sizzlin' grade 10 bash, Meat kissing peach porcelain. First 
boat cruise. Inter provincial march (every second night|. Rick's house 
all summer. Broken doors, spare with Yannick, Linseman's math. Gym 
with Sparks, Working at Ashbury, Max's cottage (I think 1 remember 
a day or two], BBQ's with Sanjay and Rob, Football (4 years of 
fourth quarters). Undefeated city champs, Hull (need I say more!). 
Cascade (Sean's sister), Prefect, House games, Hockey, Eating ribs 
with Mike, Lifting weights, Dominican Republic. Ready to go!. Room 
raids, Rowdiness, Putting the Women to bed (Yannick!??). Boete's 
witch craft. Road trips, being "Waleeded", Grade 9 lunch table. On 
Tap, Iraqi Beers, and last but certainly not least Anik Elizabeth Egan. 

Special Thanks to: KDN, PEO, RIG, and of course Mom and Dad. 

P.S. "I am breathing and don't laugh it runs!" 



leffrey Hill 





jeffuey Hill 



Shawna Raquel (willpower, control, organized is my middle 
name) Homburg. 

I hate boarding. movie?derringers?snowplows?police?D-d-d-d!! 
mustang 5.0 Wowzers! 

Tigidoo. 1 love you Akhmed! tequila vs. zambuca Thanx 
Vanessa. Exercises "P " OOOooo! Is that a Halilian blowing 
down the street? mills lane & park bros. 
CM (freak). Bromarama 48 wowzers. Ian Ottomobile (studster), 
Nick (Montreal blech!). Christian (snuggles) Lloyd, Stinky, 
Piggy, lodi-Lynn (Zinc-loners!) I Love U!!! 

Ashbury College Vini vidi vici. I read that on a marlboro 
box. 

"Zero is the one that we didn't understand in school. 
Multiplied by anything it remains nothing... Zero starts and 
ends at the same place. ..In the beginning God made Zero. 

— Lorna Crozier 

"Life is one big road with lots of signs, so when your ridin 
thru the ruts don't complicate your mind. Flee from hate, 
mischief, and jealousy. Don't bury your thoughts, put your 
vision to reality. Wake up & live!!" 

Sfiawm Homburg 



Sf7awNa HoMduKQ 




Many moons ago. there was a wee lad who came from far. far away to a new city. There 
he met many new friends and sagacious eiders. The year was good: despite being hit in the 
noggin by a baseball bat. Many acquaintances have said that this impressionable youth was 
never the same since. Slowly evolving, he graduated from being a greener to the Senior 
School. In this exotic place he learned still more: invaluable skills such as the art of ball 
hockey, feigning interest in any and all matters, and the technique of coherent B.S. As he was 
voyaging, he met a man who simply said: "Going to school without pencils is like going to 
war without bullets' '. and ever since that moment, the young man resolved never to go to 
war. This journey presently wanes, fulfilling its predetermined course. The only thing I know 
with absolute certainty is that this odyssey would never have been as special were it not for 
all those 1 have known. 

Richard Home 



RicJianb Horng 



Well. well. No more Mr. D to bust me anymore. 1 think the boarders next year are going 
to need a lot of luck. Anyway, for the past four years and great times Id like to thank all 
my friends. 

Thanks for everything! 

See ya! and PEACE!! 

Ozan \simk 





I dont pretend to understand the Universe 
than I am. — Thomas Carlyle 



if s a great deal bigger 
Bamaby ]ames 



BauNaby )£uvies 



"He's got a car bomb. He puts the key in the ignition and turns 
it — the car blows up. He gets out. He opens the hood and makes 
a cursory inspection. He closes the hood and gets back in. He 
turns the key in the ignition. The car blows up. He gets out and 
slams the door shut disgustedly. He kicks the tire. He takes off his 
jacket and shimmies under the chassis. He pokes around. He 
slides back out and wipes the grease off his shirt. He puts his 
jacket back on. He gets in. He turns the key in the ignition. The 
car blows up, sending debris into the air and shattering windows 
for blocks. He gets out and says. Damn it! He calls a tow truck. 
He gives them his AAA membership number. They tow the car to 
an Exxon station. The mechanic gets in and turns the key in the 
ignition. The car explodes, demolishing the gas pumps, the 
red-and-blue Exxon logo high atop its pole bursting like a balloon 
on a string. The mechanic steps out. You got a car bomb, he says. 
The man rolls his eyes. 1 know that, he says." — Mark Leyner 

Topher ]oknson 




TOpllGU JOI7NSON 



ffffV '" 




Tyler was a model student, a true Ashburian. Next year he plans on 
taking an excelerated program in Paleontology at Harvard. In 1996 he 
plans on winning the Nobel for being the most peaceful botanist. 
Peace to: l.O. (FRIQ.B.M., I'm OUTTA HERE. 

Tyler Keely 



"Zylen Keeley 



Having been ever so gently thrown into Ashbury, my four years have given me a lot to look 
back on — memories: some good, some not so good. It started out with that Adirondacks 
hiking trip from HELL, certain special bus travellers. Fatal Attraction and the first snowfall: 
then came the parking tickets, Hut-to-Hut skiing: "MERIUM, would you mind trail-breaking 
again?", drinking with Leo at 10:00 a.m. intellectualizing with Katya and Marissa: "Its gotta be 
the old FOOTBALL FACTOR again!", spewing out economics with Kate: "He didn't tell OUR 
class that!", Caro Shamaro...Good Luck next year cause you're gonna need it!! 

iVlany thanks to Richard's friend for the I.D.: "What do you mean the picture in this Driver's 
License doesn't look like me??? " 

A big thanks to GGT for his eternal patience with me and those American universities: to 
MHP: Thanks for an unforgettble English class!! 

Marian Keriakos 




MaoiiaN Keniakos 




Id just like to say hello to lean-Philippe V.. Peter F., Alex K . Caroline 
B . Andre B., losephine Y., Kevin L., Anthony H.. Hugh B., Tarek E.. |ohn 
C , Melanie Q.. Matt B.. lonah B., Robert A., Basse! E., Andrea R., Susan 
C . Alexandra L.. Kym W.. Nick M., Cindy F., and Marian K. - Their 
humility and sincerity shine like the sun. And as far as Cm concerned, 
they transcend any award, plaque, trophy, pin, or blazer that can be 
heaped on to anyone. 

When the light of knowledge streams forth in all the gates of the body. 
then it may be known that goodness has increased. 

- The Bagavad-Gita 

Now at last 1 fall before - The Fountain of Lanneth 
I thought I would be singing 

But I'm tired... out of breath - Many journeys end here 
But the secrets told the same - Life is just a candle 
And a dream must give it flame. —Rush 

Radii Khan 



R£J7il Kr7aN 



I would like to thank my teachers for giving me the benefit of their 
experience and knowledge, to help me start a step ahead of the rest into 
the world of university. And. 1 would like to thank my friends, old and 
new ll.-P. v.. I.D.. B.E.. FRENCHMAN, DARKMAN. C.B., THE FLYING 
DUTCHMEN. )0, CHUNKY-P.T.E.. AIRHEAD. HANUKA HARRY. MB.. 
H.B.. M.Q.. M.K . N.M.. G.S.. A.H.. C.F.. S.C. AC. F.N.. A.L.. K.W.). for 
giving me something to do during my spares, doing my homework, candy 
canes, hot lips, nicknames (Shashoob, Shabaaz. K. Morton, Shaka Zulie. 
Shishkabob. ShazamI and for making every day at Ashbury one to 
remember and enjoy. 

Here are some words of wisdom for my friends: 

Destiny is a matter of chance. 
it is a matter of choice: it is not a thing to be waited for: 
it is a thing to be achieved. 

- W.|. Bryan 

Shahab Khan 





"CoMMy Kiyol7cUia 



Sf7aJ7ab Kt7aN 



1972 - Tom is born in Canada 

1 979 - Tom goes to lapan - forgets English 

1988 - Tom comes to Ashbury (Gr. 1 1). His roommate |C.L.) tells Tom 

lots of stupid jokes to make him laugh — Tom doesn't 
understand 

1989 - lune - Tom joins in roomraid - September, his roommate (W.A.) 

complains Tom's taste of music and changes him. 

1990 - B.Day. Tom goes to place called "Hull " and drinks some 

mysterious liquid. 

Tom and his friends (K.H.. W.A.. N.A) get kicked out of McDonalds 

- June - Tom tries to participate in roomraid, but goes to bed 
because he felt the presence of Mr. D. - September - Tom gets 
a new roommate |R.D.) 

1991 - Tom joins ski program and shows his KAMIKAZE spirit 

- May - Tom and Rick become known as the NIGHT SHADOW 
and SPOOK keeping peace on the flats 

- May 5 - Rick introduces the Singapor Sling to Tom 

- lune 15 -Tom GRADUATESl! 

Tommy Kiyo/iara 



Five years at Ashbury have left their imprint on me (and 1 can't get it off.) lust 
kidding... I think. 

Among the many memories are: tack wars... the Foot... Revolution... Grade 9 
GEO seminar (I think all criminals are scum.)... larvaic pits of repulsiveness... ball 
hockey (1 DO pass you know)...Stephane's better than Gretzky... Outdoor Ed 
trips (climbing the mountain)... Canadiens game or study for history test? 
Hmm... Rosens computer class... writing term essays the day they're due... Call 
of the wild (Waleed!)... trading hockey cards in Linseman's math class... non- 
existent history notes... convincing Mueller he lost my labs... sleeping with my 
eyes open... No, Romania isn't a city in Northern Canada... lason taking the 
blame... The Grad prank (Heh, Heh) etc. 

Thanks to KDN, GGT + most of the English and French departments for 
making it bearable. 

Special thanks to KDN for teaching me how to write. 

P.S. For the millionth time there's no H in Cristian!!! 

Cristian Lacatus 





CRistiaN Lacatus 

Ashbury College, .hmm. ..my own sink. ..life wrapped up in a 
package deal. ..model poster.. .beer poster... exotic car posters... 
movie poster. ..ski poster. ..|oe Cocker poster. .My own high tech 
renovated room. ..hmm. ..Macintosh computer. ..musical professional 
keyboard. ..two elegant golden lamps., roomates? - Me. Myself, and I. 
Memories at Ashbury College? Well lets see: 
1 M Q, continuously abused Kiwi. 

2. I had to finally exile Kiwi (for his own safety). 

3. R.C.s and M.Q.s fun quarrels and arguments led to a series of 
whines on M.Q.s fart. 1 mean part. 

4. M.Q.s "woo, woo" encounters with l.H.D. 

5. M.Q. visited me with a series of loud sounding flatulences - me 
suffering for the rest of my sleepless night, and him sucking up to 
me right after so 1 could type up every essay he ever wrote this year!!! 

6. R.C. and i made romantic exchanges of food - 1 think that was 
the only reason he never laid a friendly punch on me (thank you God!) 

7. My Frogfriend-fiend (still haven't decided on what to call him) 
used to call me Honky. but now has resorted to other means of 
ridicule as he gains in wisdom and maturity 

8. I was in the Dominican with the Grads and roomy who 111 never 
forget. Keep in touch D.S. and all the rest of you guys, too. (David. 1 
think I've got the gist of the "Uker game". What do you think?) 

Mike Lederman 



I 



Mic^7ael LebcRMaN 

Four years. ..Cool! 1 could just bore you with annoying dots (...) and mindless 
inside jokes, but I'll think I'll try to have some fun with this one. OH! Yes, the 
rumour is true. It is my hand in those damned Country Crock commercials. I 
got the job from this guy who was totally impressed with my finger poking in 
those Pillsbury Doughboy ads. Yeah. ..cool, eh? Anyway, as you've probably 
been told, 1 intend to become a street mime/nose hair waxer/McDonalds crew 
chief, I feel that with the knowledge 1 have acquired over the past years, I'll be 
putting my talents to use. 1 know that as a child 1 dreamed of owning my own 
chain of disposable, family-sized bidets, with slogans like "Lloyd's Gush After 
you Flush," and "More fun than Edna's Easy Enemas," but sometimes you 
have to live a little. Good thing this isn't annoying and highly pretentious. 
Anyway, Mel. Reb, Kemp, Rob, Trish, Zab, Leigh, Gab.., and everyone 1 haven't 
slapped or spat on, thanks. Thank you: Mrs. lowett for all your support, coffee, 
and Paco Rabane, Mr. Simpson and Alex Menzies for the three best years 
(Streetcar, litters. Crucible). I'll never forget you. Mr. Zrudlo for being... well, 
you know. And to Ms. Carieton for her excellent calculistic teaching. And all 
those teachers 1 hold in high regard. For all those 1 forgot to mention. 1 
probably hate you. This write-up is by no means an attempt to be facetious, 
but merely a way of writing incessantly on paper, and destroying any image 1 
may have made for myself. 1 loved these four years and wish every happiness 
on my fellow immigrants. Goodbye, Ashbury! I'll keep in touch. 

Christian Lloyd 




C»7RistiaN LloyO 




Thank you Ashbury for giving me the capability to go into the world and make a 
mark for myself. 

Its been a great time here and Id like to thank all my boarding buddies... RC 
(prez), CM., D.M., M.Q., A.N.. S.G.. R.D. and everyone else. 

Best wishes for the future to those who spent their quality time with me, III miss 
you dearly. .S.I. , M.O., N.E 

Yeah! 

— llmi Hendrix, 1967 ... 

Cheers - Michael Maher 



Mic>7ael MaJ7CR 



There was once a girl named Betty Sue 
from Cumberland yonder. An education at 
Ashbury College called to her. so she put on 
her grey skirt, school tie, and cowboy boots 
and trudged off to the big city. There she 
made many friends, and studied countless 
hours for her calculus tests. Betty Sue even 
decided to join the rowing team. She was 
unpleasantly surprised to find out exactly what floated in the Ottawa River. Betty 
Sue was homesick for her cows and horses and chickens and ducks, so she spent 
most of her weekends in Orleans. When the bruises which were so lovingly 
administered by the Head Boy became too much to bear, she sought refuge at 
Aniks. or with the other girls at Courier House. 
"Life ain't nothing but a funny funny riddle. Thank God I'm a country girl." 
Thanks to everyone who made my year at Ashbury so unforgettable. This was 

and will always 
rem.ain a unique 
experience in my 
life. 

]odi-Lym Martel 
A.K.A. Betty-Sue 





)ot)i-LyNN MamtGl 



My four years at Ashbury can be resumed by - keg 
parties - geek squad - I don't feel like playing today 
(football, rugby) - come on somebody pull my finger - 
chips (poncho. john| - lunch at my house - Mary and the 
boys night out - come on somebody pull my finger - 
walleed I hate you 

I would also like to thank the many friends I've made 
along the way Mike, Fonso. Wal, Robo, Tita, Lorita, 
Omar, Dave. Luke, Was. Anik, Betty Sue. Cohen, to all 
who came to Dominican and all those who endured my 
jokes (Bob Rice) 

Finally, to Mary, my "brown " eyed girl. 

It's allright ma I can make it — Bob Dylan 

It s a dog eat dog world and I am wearing milkbone 
underwear — Norm 

Yannkk Massicotte 



VaNNick Massicotte 



Harvey's? Where's this thing they call home room anyways? When Irish eyes 
are Smiling. Dominican: Riding the Snake, drunk poetry. Streaker, Cheapy, 
Cheapy, Room Raids. Bocachia with the Dominican drug cartel, OupsI 

"I took off for a weekend last month just to try and recall the whole year. All 
of the faces and all of the places, wondering where they all disappeared. I didn't 
ponder the question too long, I was hungry and went out for a bite. Ran into a 
CHUM with a bottle of RUM and we wound up drinking all night. ' 

— limmy Buffett 

"I'm just a Cheeseburger in Paradise." 
So long chums... signed BIG CHIEF 
P.S. - IT lUST DOESN'T MATTER 

Luke McCam 





Luke McCaNN 



"No, Ian McLaine's not my brother, he's my cousin!" 

"Hey Geek! " 

"Harv's?" 

"Una cerveza con limon, por favor " 

"Streaker? " 

To those who made my brief stint at Ashbury so worthwhile, to those 
who didn't, and to those who just never got around to it, I send my 
sincerest regards. Along with my chumsters from Lisgar and buddies 
along the way, you've left me with far more stitches than scars. 

P.S. Dominican Reunion next year, hold the Syphilis! 

"Td rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints. 
Sinners are much more fun. " — Billy |oel 

"I dont know where l"m going 

I dont know what I need 

But 111 get to where I'm going 

And that's all right with me. " — Peter Townshend 

Mike McLaine 



I 



Mik€ McLaiNe 

Any memories? You better believe it... 

...SBMs and getting a grip... the 
Cookemobile. .. PI. .."Piton!'"... Riviere du Loup...rockhopping... 
FAARRROOOOOOOUUKK!!.. Climbing the Mountain. ..rocking 
the bus (Left!Right!) — and walking home...Ben"s driving. ..taking 
over the airwaves at Brantford High (paging Barry Central...) 
Prince Syed Saadur Abdul Rahman III...MURP!...Saad"s milk 
money. ..short guy on a power trip (right, Alex?). ..the magic 
with Steph, Mats, Pacman, All-Star, the Bros,, Frogger & Co.... 
roadkilled ...getting the boot for a week...Owen"s tall tales... 
placing bets on the title bout in History... testing out Yannick's 
abs.slammin" and jammin' with Pete & Co. (its a Bird, its a 
McHale, it"s...KP!)...hit the road, lack! 

Thanks to PM, |HH, RALH, GRV. AN, H|R, GGT, MHP, and, 
above all. KDN. 

Kevin McMillan 




K€viN McMillaN 




Alfonso Movilla (6 year veteran: one year vacation) 
AKA: Spaniard. Spic, Fonso. Puerto Rican, Mexican, Alfie, Stud, GO 
look. Tight End (oops. Linebacker), Conquistador. 

Sanjay/Alfonso Hockey Trip: Europe 86, Chick from Lethal Weapon 2, 
crashing Waleeds wagon, funnels. On Tap. Dixie Cup. Mikes Patagonia 
sweater. 1 2 hours of bondage, Bonnie Big-Ts: Geek Buster, the Stones, 
Steve Roy. Hunt Club to Manotick, being Walooded. Carp, corrupting 
Waleed and Mike, slapping people. March Break with Mike. 3 Amigos, 
Orange lulius. Burger King, Owens Whirlpool, Lifeguard in Hull, French 
Canadian, T+T with MQ/WQ/CM. drivers ed. with Waleed. Dominican, 
drives in the Honda. The leep. the fence. Citizen truck. Parking 
Attendant, OFSAA trips, Miami U 4 ever. Linebacker. Wiggle it! 

Ouotes: 
"Im going to kill (Waleed. Michael. IHD. RIG. Yannick)." 
"Green card? I don't need no stinking green card: 1 was born in East L,A,!" 
"Like that's going to stop the leep. " 

"Free at last. ..free at last ...thank God Almighty I am free at last." 
TA.B, (Thanks to P.B.. A.N., W.Q.. M.Q.) 

Alfonso Movilla 



AlfONSO Movilla 



"Good times, bad times you know I've had my share" — Led Zeppelin 

This year was very short but full of memories. The best of those memories was sitting 
with my best buddy on the illegal park benches, during school hours. Other memories 
such as tanning cream. Binky. Angel of Music. Nigel, soccer, volleyball, track and field 
meets, Titis surprise party, those mmm good cookies, right Ij.. and Kate: "He is such a 
geekl". being a piece of poo and not to mention the scavenger hunt: "This dog smells, 
the turtle bites, the fish has no water and Missy is having a fit." 

And to all my W.I.C. buddies: "it doesn't matter if this all shatters, nothing lasts 
forever but I'm praying that were staying together." 

Depeche Mode 

Thanx. Gumby 

Liza Mrak 



A coffee? Lets go for a butt before I die. Calculus stinks I'm never gonna 
graduate if I don't pass!! Ottomobile light m up!! GUMMA power and high 
speed, what about the bake sale? Lets boot, nab an apple juice and a stale 




OUT 
ONLY 





Liza MiiaJ< 

muffin in full effect, knuck knuck knuck!! 
I think I smell something burning better 
get out of here. Toast! I'd like a baked 
potato with cheese and shrooms. catch 
ya later base heads. By the way i did 
know that short chick who wore docs 
and ran away from school to Montreal 
all the time, bye nikks. be good and 
don't do anytfiing I would. 

Bronwen Munro 



Bronwcn Munko 



It has been a seven year long journey through the ranks of this 
place, but it's finally over. 1 have made lots of friends throughout 
my years. So many have come and gone. With each of these 
people I have had countless of good and bad times, which I shall 
always remember. There is too much to say in this measly space. 
All 1 hope is that I keep in touch with everyone that has been 
involved in my life. 1 cant wait 'till 1 see each of you again. 

Colin Murty 





Wow. two years in Ashbury, it's not long, but 
it's enough. During the two years. I have 
experienced both the boarding-life and day- 
student life. They are fun and exciting — |04:00 
17.5,91 in A.C., DOC's class, staying in K.A.s 
house, C.S.'s b-day, N,A.'s stupid jokes, M.S. in 
chem, Carleton house, F.F.'s IQ questions, lunch 
in dining hall,...) 

However, they are terrible too — (Ashbury pizza,, .awful! 
midnight, E's BD at 06:30, ..Mel: do u remember that?....) 

Anyway, I did enjoy my two-year Ashbury life. Here 1 have to say thanks 
to: my family, all the teachers (especially,, PC, RiC IHD & GGT|, those 
skiing buddies, Mrs, Kane and my friends (MP, KA, AE, MK, SS. FF, AY, 
OT, DL, NA, WA) and lots of them, 

I'll miss all of you then! 

Good luck in the future! 

Michelle Ng 



ColiN Munty 



firedrill at 



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Micl7elle Nq 



Andrew Nichols (6 year veteran) 

AKA: Meat, Neon viande, Viande, Honky, White Boy (Alternate), Freak, 
Nickelman, Nipples, Nickles, Arnold, Quarterback, Chips, 

The long ride home to Kanata, videodances, lune 2 2nd/ 1990: Pink 
Flamingo, moulding mud, the guns/pipes, Skippy Fretwell, the Taurus, 
Ducky, Peace Activist Andy Nichols, Peach Schnapps, Mte, Ste. Sauveur 
Ski Instrutors, the Red Monster, Grad Prank '91, Gossiping at Grisim's, 
building Snow Forts, Drinking at Fonsos, washborad stomach, Dominican 
Bug, low tolerance, Lac Phillipe Burn, lames Wannabe, Western Visit, 
Ceeps (here I come!). Skiing, Wiggle it! 

From G,S, to Head Boy - From 98 lbs to 183 lbs 

From L.E. to T.C. — From Kanata to Aurora 
Quotes: 

"You should see how cheap they are in Toronto!" — "Go get her!" 

"My brother lames..." 
T.A.B. (Thanks to P.B., A.M., W,Q„ MQ,) 

Andrew Hicfiolas 




ANOnew Nicl70ls 



! 




Mattf7ew NouQuay 

This could be heaven or this could be hell. "Eagles" Sitting on 
illegal park benches the 1st day. Casta Pasta! Bino and the tanning 
cream! PAT! the "Coral fest " in T.O.! EUKER!!! The scavenger hunt: 
psycho turtle + Bozo - Its a chia pet! Kate: |H is so dreamy! 

Thanks to my WIC Buds (MG. IT. LC. GUMBY, lode, NefPep). 
W/ithout you (and Dans) I never would have survived! Remember: 
"Nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal" — Indigo Girls. Its finally time to 
"Hop on the bus gus" — Paul Simon. But just leave quietly 'cause 
"Goodbye makes the journey harder still." — Cat Stevens. 

To the Casual Waffles - CHEERS ONCE AGAIN. ..May they "Never 
tear us apart." — INXS 

P.S. Mr. Thomas: Thanks for your guidance. 

Mom & Dad: Thanks for being there for me. 

"Goodbye to all my friends at home, Goodbye to people I've 
trusted." — Steve Miller. 

Missy Morris 




Some words and phrases to 
summarize Matt Norquay 

- from Ernest to Elvis - "It's got to 
be the skis" - Nice car - Leeve me 
alone - "After five years 1 still cant 
spell Ashbury" - "Hey Matt, 
someone's in your car" - Look a zit 

- Ahhh - "You're on second base, 
steal for home " - "I don't drink - 
that much! " - 'I can't wait today, 
my finger hurts! " - Rugby??? - Nice 
clothes - "No Mars" - "Never had 
no Moosehead before. Don't think I 
want any either. " 

"Papa was a rolling stone, 
wherever he laid his hat was his 
home and when he died all he left 
me was alone " — Was (Not Was) 

Mattftew Norquay 




Missy N ORRIS 



What grade thirteen? Alright I am outta here. OFFSIDE! Who 
was offside? (oops! sorry) FOOTBALL. RUGBY, FOOTBALL...? 
HMMMMMMM. You know where I can buy some ligaments. I 
think 1 sprained my head. Never had no Moosehead before. 
Barb...??? What? - fish! - ARRRGGGGGG. Strawberries & cream. 
61 Dude! Chrissy until 3:00 A.M. You owe me (Matt), its a 
brown car, its brown, it's brown... when Irish eyes are smiling. 
It's been eight years and look what happened to me! 

]ean-Paul Ostiguy 



leaN-PauI Ostiquy 



Yo! Seeeeya! No sir... yes sir... Billings Estate ... Duh na na! What ever! We have 
a chapel? I'm late? 5.0 (nothing beats cubic inches!) I'd like to send a serious DE 
LA peace out to: TK, BM, CM. SH. LK, NR and the CHEEZEBROS! Im outta here! 

\an Otto 




AlistauR PRice 




As I reflect on eight years of Ashbury 
many memorable experiences have shaped 
my personality. These include: 

Grade 6: Initiation. "King of the Hill", 
Piper, 14. - 7: Dances. Choir trip to 
Scotland, Avalon and Mum's death. - 
8: Monitor, rugby, 11, Chief Shaking Spear, 
Shifty, Closing day. - 9: Cuckoo's Nest, 
Hurling a soccer ball down the long hallway laN Otto 

into KDN's office! - 10: Spanish with Chuck 

Morris, Equus. -II: Senior Soccer with SKG, Streetcar, Boat Cruise. - 
12: Chemistry with Doc, jitters and bike accidents. - 13: Soccer. Prefect. 
Angels. The Crucible, and finally Graduation!!!!! 

I owe a great many thanks to numerous teachers - KDN, GGT. H|R. RIC, 
TCM. GHS. IHH, Polks Sr. and )r, )LB and PMcL for helping and guiding me 
through the difficult stages of life. Also to my parents who made many 
sacrifices to send me to Ashbury. It will pay off! 

Finally to all my friends, you will always be etched somewhere in my 
mind, thank-you for the goodtimes and good luck for the future. I would 
like to conclude with these two quotes, 

"Life is not about wealth it is about finding happiness. " "The reason we 
say goodbye is so that someday we may say hello again. " 

Alistair Price 



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"Honest officer, had 1 known my health stood in jeprody 1 would never had lit one.' 
MAXIM OF THE HELL'S ANGELS 

Melanie Prudfiomme 



MelaNJC PKUOtJOMMG 




WaJceb Qinbi 

Mike Quamina (5.5 year veteran) 

AKA; Negronky. Negro. Buttshark. Nosepig, Wannabe. Half- 
Black. Bro. Quami. Shamu. Miguel. P.F.. Manipulator, lellyroll. 
Blackhole. Bellybutton. Afro, Andretti. 

Hugging trees. Trinomials. "Montreal Argonauts". "The Devils 
Advocate". Malibu. Pavillion. bed breaking, driving (illegallyl. the 
Batmobile. Gina. My First Encounter. Dance Machine & Co.. the 
Honda, the leep. the Stereo. March Break at Alfonso s. March 
Break at the Qirbis. Khobs. University Visits. Waleed and 
Fonzos homes, deficit financing, colored line (co-founder), the 
Project, the Red Monster. Bros.. C.M.-i-A.M.-i-W.Q. in T+T. 
hitting chickens. 3 Amigos, Mike "Andretti". Chinese Laundry, 
the plug. Friendly Aromas Redesigned To Smell. Dinner at the 
Bartletts. Notre Dame: Chris Zorich. Basketball Trip to OFSAA. 
the Iraqi. NATO. B . L.S. Courier House, thanks to Dave and 
Liz for blending me. Wiggle it! 

Quotes: Tm not drunk: I'm just happy!" - "1 swear." 
(translated from Trinidadian. this means "1 am lying through my 
teeth") - "My feet don't smell." - "Wallah." - "1 am not 
peeling." - "I'm going to f*** you up." 

T.A.B. (Thanks to P.B., A.M., A.N., W,Q,) 

Mil^e Quamim 



Waleed Qirbi (8 year veteran) 

AKA: Walter, Waldo, Wally, Walls. Waloon, Waiood, Lalood, 
Hanz, Magic Fingers, Fool, D.I F.OO.L... Evil Knievil, Mick 
lagger. Tweedledum, Apu, Packi, Bro, AW. A., Yemeni, Arab, 
Choo Choc, Vroom Vrcxjm, Almost, Liberal Leader, Wally 
from Canada, 

Sports Banquet, On Tap, Grade 10 summer: Fonso, the 
Honda, Amnesty, Dutch women, Bros, T-t-T, Fights with MO. 
George, the Audi, the Iraqi, Franz, Shiela, Alyssia: Trinidad & 
Aolissa: History, DR., "Call the Office", University visits, 
My/justins Essay, Elections. Calgary, Bell Warriors, Rupe, Carl, 
Need for Speed, Walooding, Keith Richards, Jeff (the worst), 
my Bos, the ski hill (where I fell in love). Cousins, Friend 
Lists, Zoll, colored line (co-founder). Motorcycle: $1400, plans 
with Robo, Miss Gatineau, Matt G, (a true friend), "Renee... ', 
B' dance partner, Queensway drives, FB (fumbling). Camel 
kicks, Taha, Heyam, Sami. and the Lakers: Magical Wiggle it! 
Quotes: Tm Moslem' I don't drink ."- Tm not impressed." - 
"Want to meet a real man?" - "If you're my friend..." 
"So. have you ever peeled out this puppy?" - "Dad. 
something terrible has happened." - T.B.A. (Thanks to 
P.B., A.M., A,N„ M,Q,) 

Waleed Qirby 





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Mike QuaMJNa 




Five years at Ashbury have produced many unforgettable events and 
forgettable events. 

Grade 9: Boarding, M,Q., CM,, R,C,, S,G, and I.H,D, Math class with 
Alfonso and Dave. — Grade 10: Out of boarding. Alfonso and Michael's 
hotel bash, record profit for beer and cigarette industry - too bad about 
hotel room. — Grade 1 1: Eve of Ottawa Board "Track Meet", boyhood to 
manhood, Steve"s house and peach schnapps, 9 Blue Heron Drive, getting 
busted by cops, Ian being hit by ex, boxer/girls father, hounded by a black 
Tornado, Michael driving / no license, Steve in coma, Alfonso laughing, Ian 
and 1 petrified, missing fire hydrant by a foot while skidding at 120, Next 
day managing to finish 400 meters race and Mr. Sparks freaking out, — 
Grade 12: Yannicks keg parties. Bijou, Raftsman, and Zaps. — Grade 13: 
Grad Comm. Parties. Grand prank and taking day off. Ms. Novicks history 
class, socialism and anti-Americanism, 

Many thanks to: 1,R.. A.M.. M.Q.. W.Q., |.H., A.E., I.HD,, K,D.N„ H.|K.R.. 
G,G.T. 

Saad Rahman 



Saao RaJ)MaN 



luans Guacamole 

8 ripe avocados, pealed, mashed and pitted 

2 c. sour cream 

1 ripe banana, peeled and mashed 

4 jalapeno peppers 

I pinch of red pepper 

1 raisin bran muffin, peeled and mashed 

Put all ingredients in large bowl. Mix well and bake at 350°F 

for a while. Serve with chips. (Not barbeque flavour) 

Nikki Rowlings 





Nikki RawIiNqs 

On crutches, she hobbled to Ashbury, a mere broken-toed. 
ex-Elmwood girl. Four years at the College transformed her 
into a TOTES - WICK - LIFEGUARDING - DUTCH and 
SWISS LOVING - MOVING RIDING - PREFECTORIAL 
individual. (If you know what I'm saying, bub!) In grade 10, 
Trish experienced the "pumping of Koroy" at the Canadian 
Rowing Championships. Then came her cottage parties (He's 
not torps") and Adam and Kristas video by the swingset. 
Later, Montreal beckoned, and she was THERE! (Nice blush. 
Leigh... Bye old man"). Finally, the fling (and I mean eternal 
fling) de France and the Ultimate Coffee Stain - ADAM: need I 
say more? NOT! Among her other recreational activities: lovely 
choir solos, volleyball. Bar Top dancing at the Blue Dog and 
Electric lello - Trish enjoys inhaling large pizzas at the Hut with 
Lib and Zruds. ("lust gnaw on the man in the boat Crusty 
Louis!")... Here's to the first great years of an infinite 
friendship. In years to follow, I'll remember you as the greatest 
woman I know. 

1 love you. 

Christian 

Patricia Reilly 



PatRicia Reiily 



Things I'll never forget: Alex's bladder problem, stealing Gab's clothes - locking 
herself in the closet, Chrisitan's black tooth, my blues sister, travelling incognito, rafting 
and laffing, fire, tornado, hurricane! You can stop now, can we eat the plants? 
dropping to the floor, the seagull, they're baaack! the fridge at Daves house, gab 
sessions with Lisa, you weenie, killing plants, lip stuck to gums. I've heard them all! 
SBD's, I'm a mature woman - I'll take his boxers off. projectile vomit, smoking out of 
windows. Robbie's my bother, English with EWZ, boat cruises, D.R., Harvey's, Tequila. 
Broad Street, taxi invaders, my side of the circle. Thanks for sharing laughs. 

Vanessa Riddell 




VaNGssa RiOftGll 




JustiN RobentsoN 



One year really hasn't been that bad here, has it 
Michel. Your experiences with other peoples' cars. 
Harvey's, the Park, long phone calls with nae about 
everything and nothing. Good luck, keep writing or face 
the consequences. Salut et a bientot. 

- Shorty (Kate) 

P.S. Thanks to all the teachers! 

Michel Sallenave 




Miners ..Back Doors. ..Beer Stores ..Dominican. ..White 
Monkey. ..SIeeman's...Robo...'Yellow Casted Nose .. 
Safety. ..Fights With Max. ..Fu... It.. .Grade 12 and the Bijou... 
Pubs. ..Feminist Movement. ..Connaught... Voodoo. .3000 
Word Evening. Balding Patterns... Socialist Movement... 
injuries. ..Crombus... Stump. .One Five One...Prefectorial 
Duties. ..Bio Degradable Man. ..Miss Gatineau... Football... 
Rugby. ..Who Concert. ..Glebe. ..Philosophical Chats With 
Beatriz. Drunken Poetry. ..Backpedalling in Hull. ..Freg... Female 
Experiences... Business Ventures. ..Wilson Shield. ..Concussions 
...Reclusive Drinking With The Lisgarite I. N.C.. ..Enlightenment 
...Boete. .Bishop's Trips. ..Panther. Car Fights ...Lacksidasical 
Nature... Walt, leffy, Fonso, Mike. Saadur, Yannick, Duke, 
Wass, McLaine, Tita. 

Special thanks to K,D,N., M.E.I., and G.G.T. Also Mom 
and Dad for all your love and guidance. 

Thanks for two years of learning and growth with the 
best of friends and the best of teachers. 

My wild words slip into fusion 

and risk losing the solid ground, 

so stranger, get wilder still, probe the Highlands. 
— |im Morrison 

]ustm Robertson 




Mictjel SalleNave 

In seven years I've gotten to know the school pretty well. In fact, only 
homeroom, chapel and the math department still remain mysteries to 
me. I've yet to master the art of maintaining one's cool composure on 
the rugby field, nor have I figured out how to predict fire drills, but I 
have learned when to be persistent and stick it out, and when to just 
go down to Daniel's and forget it. 

1 know the staff will breathe a sigh of relief upon the departure of the 
last Sheehan. and I can't really blame them. It's been a long time for all 
of us. 

And we talked about some old times. 

And we drank ourselves some beers. 

Still crazy after all these years. 

— Paul Simon 

David Sheehan 



Davio SbcebaN 



I came to Ashbury in grade eight, and am now graduating. These 
years have been too long to single out certain events so singling out 
certain people and things should suffice. 

First and foremost 1 would like to thank my friends Butthead (1,D,|, 
Ben Dover (R.D, a,k,a, my brother Elwood Blues), Mike Hawk |A,Z,), 
Mike Hunt (E,S,), Phil McCrackin (W,A,| Rob, Vanessa, Rebecca, all the 
Mikes, Pal, for keeping me company and somewhat out of trouble both 
in and out of the institution I am now leaving. And thanks to all those 
friends who I didn't mention. 

Teachers of the school... Mr. Zrudlo for being who he is. Thanks MAP 
for the discussions on music and Montreal. Thank you Ms. Novick for 
successfully giving me a blood pressure problem. Thank you Mr. Niles 
NOT . Thank you Mr. Deakin, Gray, Ms. Allen, Ms. Carelton and all the 
other good teachers, you know who you are. Thank you Mr. Rice and 
Mr, Morris and Mr. Rosen for the well timed comic relief. 

Thank-you MOLSON CANADIAN, SMIRNOFF, and all the Bloody 
Mary makers of the world. And also Tylenol, makers of Bayer and Aspirin, 

Signing off with quotes from Paul Simon and Kim Mitchell,,. "Why 
Deny the Obvious Child" ... "1 am a WILD Party." 

Aleksander Slawecki 





Alel<saNt)eR Slawecki 



Teena Weena, there is an interminable 
list of things to remember - like walking in 
Rockliffe Park looking for some sort of refuge, 
finding it in apple trees, in rabbits, in songs, 
and in smokes. Running away from Octavio, Bert, 1,S,, 

and Blitzkreig, Terrified by Brown station wagons - deep talks, silly talks - stealing 
flowers, bashing the PC, signs, sharing a whole lemon meringue cake, hiding pizzas, 
and getting carded in the market during school hours. 

Tuiq - you are caring, lively, fun-loving, and wise, and you will form a major part of 
my memories at Ashbury. And, as we have planned - 3rd year University, Asia back- 
packing. Lots and lots of love, Katya. 

To my friends from Ashbury and Manila. I love dearly. And thank-you for being so 
wonderful. Debby, Nina, Louise, Matty, Andrew, Katya, Marissa, Melanie - I will miss 
you tremendously and look upon our memories as a part of our youth, Mami, Papi. 
Y Cathy, gracias por todo y te amo mucho. 

A special thank you to Mrs. Seyhun, Mr. Niles, 
Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Penton. 

Cfirist'ma Smith 



CliRistiNa SMitl7 



88. 89. 90. 91 ... You've come a long way, baby! Friendship, pain, impatience and sweet 
revenge. Ha! to all the boys I've loved before: there was a cowboy with big hands, there was a 
joker who once had an affair, there was a God I met in an alley ITIC, TAC, TOE), there was a 
cutie who rides on two wheels, there was a ski bum who my mother absolutely adores, there 
was a pretty boy who my best friend adored and, of course, there was my Spanish 
obsession... I'll have my cake and eat it twice. But I'm still searching for the one . 

The Recollections: 

Wild thing.. .the babe circus. ..dancing and whatever else in the back of Heath's pick-up... "Are 
you any good at pool?"... he asks: Would you like to dance? she answers: You mean ballet?... 
"That's not a hairdo: that's a hair don't "...Save this House.,,'"Um.,,, Heather? The exit sign is 
over there",.. Theatre Ashbury cast parties - P.S. 1 still love you., .the end-of summer cottage blow- 
out at Tricia's.,, cheers to a gorgeous girls soccer team. ..Holt Renfrew.,. March Break..., in the 
market, with the Deluxe crowd... the mirror in the right corner... the Argyle clubhouse... curling 
iron in the Adirondacks...DPM...The Weatherly Farm. ..""Miss, are you trying to tell me that those 
socks are grey?". ..Free Fallin'...Roadtrips to Montreal: riding the elevator bumps. ..Ahh! My 
blush !...Musee des Arts.. .bitch festivities between L & C..,a sleazy tavern for bald, tatooed men 
only,,, Blue dogs and Italian taxi drivers. 

The People: 

H.A,, B.dB., R.C.. T.C.. R.D., M.H., C,L,, l,0,, T,R,, S.S.. M.Q.. A.Z . Mommy and Daddy. What 
an experience! Thanks to the institution (KDN. AN. Mrs. I and GGT) for sharing the coloured 
knowledge. 

Leigh Spotswood 




LciQ>7 SpotswooO 




During my three years at Ashbury, I've been called everything 
from PsychoSprattman to Schmoo to Homer, and 111 consent to 
most of these labels. But whether or not these names stay with 
me, a part of them will be lost: the people and places that gave 
them to me. 

Michael SpratI 



Micliael Spnatt 

Bowie cries "Changes!" 

The good violence does is temporary. The harm it does is 
permanent. — Ghandi 

' Let s lam! I've got to call Zollie!" W.A. 

•On the hills of NFLD... 'CL. 

"Your laughing eyes and faithful smile" Omar 

What a year! From ZBMs and AN to AA - red rash / Susuki Ben 
Dover, Kamakazi skiers, Skatatata.. Give Peace a chance! WRACC - 
WOW!!! irreplaceable. Mt. Tremblant. McCartney, My Travellers 
checks!! lode - the green machine, Paul Simon - Favourite boys: S.Bag, 
Butthead, Phil McCrackin, Mike Hawk, Pacman, To the rowers - lohn 
Doe lives! Thanks for being there: B.C., S.H., C.G., CM., G.H., N.R., 
LB.. LE.. A.V., O.l. 

To RESPECT! Addy and the Baby: lots of rhuberry and tennis it was 
beautiful. A stimulating 2 years: Zrudlo. Tanod, Lister, Carleton, 
Varley, Meaker. and many others. 

Enid Stiles 





ENib Stiics 



I could put some irrelevant quotes here. But I wont (Hell, If 
I can't say it, who can?) 

I could ramble on about my past two years at Ashbury, But 
I wont! I could say a lot of things about me and Ashbury. 
But I wont! 

What I will say about Ashbury is that it has affected me in 
that: 

I only eat health food and nothing else, I practice my guitar 
constantly, and 1 say what I want to say, or 1 don't say 
anything at all. 

And probably through my ambivalence I haven't expressed 
myself - Always the way I wanted to. 

So here's to those poignant memories at Ashbury... 

]ason Stokes 




(Composed by myself) 
And Thanks to a few good Friends!!! 



JasoN StokGS 



shannon fled to Ashbury after escaping from a Catholic convent school 
two yers ago. Her memories include: Duvernary nights, with Scrappy and 
the bathtub sleepwalker, Dominican 91. always "Ready to go" and wiggling 
it to the merengue. Cheers to her fellow innocent and untouchable room 
raiders! Her evil twin Mercy and dancing naked through the woods in the 
Crucible. The Grad Prank & Charlie's Angels. 

This summer shell be seen prancing around Europe with another hell 
raiser, her long hair doing her famous cover girl swish. She sends special 
love to her three favorite people that have made her life complete: 

— To my Twin Chinese Vampire Sista, Tita. my travelling buddy - Lets 
make it back alive! 

— To my beloved Ravishing Robin: don't forget me when you're famous! 

— To my Petit Prince and all the magic balloon rides that we could hope 
for in the world. 

Special thanks to L.S. (My partner in Kanata L^kes Crime), prefect chick 
A.E.. and to all my teachers, and friends {You know who you are)! 

"She fought all her life to break free and fly like a dove through life. 
Now watch her soar." 

Shannon Story 




SljaNNON stony 




So how do you sum this up? Grade nine - Mandrake in 9E math, wedgies, 
static electricity and Mr. Niles isn't a mean old ogre! Grade ten and eleven - 
Adirondacks (rockhopping), football. Defence/Decompose. Gumby. 7 and 0! 
Grade Twelve - What's rugby? Phone call at the Chaud. Wednesday, boys night 
out at Zoll's. Cottages. Trashing the hotel room. RD's party. Grade Thirteen - 
YIKES! Riding the pines. City champs. Suck it up. You did WHAT out Spratf s 
van? A week in boarding (what wedgies? Pile-ons?). Kegs. Hanz and Franz. 
France, lester's Dead. Chutes. Moon's out hotel windows. Who the hell is Bub? 
Tyler playing chess. Big Red is Dead. 

I.D., the Gyrator, Zolly, E.S., Stroker, B.B., Elvis. K.M., Crusty Louis, T.K., T.C., 
A. v., Cheeseabelie. U.W., K.G., M.K., my own Sprattman, Rickster, Polish, Robo, 
Walt and Was. How could I have survived without the twins? Thanx guys. 

Omar Tareen (PAC| 



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"Hey little boy!" The Laffayette, The Raceway, guitar on Lib's leg, 
Parties at M,N.'s after French exams and then trying to night ski. Hyena 
laughter on chair lifts. Grade 10 Adirondacks and being left behind on 
the hike. "Hey guys, do I have anything in my braces?" Rowing - St. 
Catherine's. "Come on Mary it will help you go to the bathroom." 
BUSTED!!! "Excuse me Miss, are you on steriods?" Winning Head of the 
Rideau. Popsicle pictures. The Astromobile. "Guys, who is lohn Doe?" 
2-5-2-5 we have a winner!!! ...these baby!!! Outdoor Ed - getting lost in 
the woods on canoe trips. Night Orienteering - "Does anyone know how 
to use a compass?" My three friends from upstate New York?!? Dinner 
parties and the hostess who passes out before the main course. 
Dominican '91 - HOLA! Ready to go's. Shhh... be very quiet were hunting 
for... Thank-you Libby for six great years, P.B. and L.K. for always being 
around, and all the great friends that 1 have met at Ashbury. 

Rebecca Tickle 




Rebecca Tickle 




Damn Geoffrey and his exotic pets!" muttered Millicent. crushing out her cigarette on the still- 
writhing body of Bullwinkie, the Giant Madagascar Hissing Roach impaled on the stiletto heel of 
her shoe, as she pondered again how she had married a handsome, wealthy, virile eccentric 
multibillionnaire with a penchant for odd livestock and a strict old-fashioned belief that marriage 
was meant to last a lifetime. — Kelly Cook 

Victor Tsang 



VictOR rsaNG 




The Casual Waffles. W.I.C.s chicadees. 

Class A Drift - who put the bump in the boom, we're bouncin' 
on? Goose. Alibaby. H.H.H. and the rattiners. Tikis. Pinop. Lets 
make couples! Cockroach and drive away! Which one? It takes two 
to deliver Chinese food. Too Young. Anxious. .Potato?.. .The Grant 
Party. Don't push me around! Pile-on. Thingy Wingy. Peek-a-boo! 
Amazing Grace! Actifed! You're all under arrest! From grade 7 to 
1 3 and all the way up - Butch, Mamy, Bino. Teets, Sex, Reef. 
Frank, the Cultured Babe. Gwindon and Bum. Camping with REAL 
Men from now on! Down the Hill. Cards. Painting T.O. coral. With 
Link in my back seat, you know who you are! Sue! 

"You can check out anytime you'd like, but you can never 
leave " — Hotel California, Eagles 

"I'd take all the tomorrows for one single yesterday ..." — Janice 
joplin 

"M.l.C.K.E.Y.O.F.R.U.M." 

\odi Turner 





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After six years the Ashbury "experience" comes to an 
end. It seems as though it began only yesterday! 

I leave the school with some sadness but mostly with 
excitement and optimism about the future. The six years 
here have been an enjoyable and interesting experience 
which will always stay with me. How could I forget this 
place? 

1 would like to thank all the great teachers I have had 
over the years in both the junior and senior schools and all 
the friends 1 have made over the years for making it so 
much fun. 

]ean-Philippe Vaccani 



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Police Report: - Suspect: Andre Valiquette - Sex: Male - DOB.: November 1 1. 1972 
Description: - Hair: Brown - Eyes: Hazel - Height: 6' 0" - Weight: 155 lbs. 

Background: - Andre Valiquette came to Ashbury College in Grade 10. He started on his path to 
crime early when he was matched up in boarding with Rob Citrin and Colin Murty. Other people 
who took part in the formation of this rebel include: O.I., S.S.. T.C., M.L.. C.L., W.A.. N.A.. M.G.. 
the DR. Trip group, and other past and present Ashburians. 

Other Crimes consist of: pile-ons, stealing leaves, underage drinking, skipping, and other minor 
misdemeanors. 

Report: - On May 26. 1991, at 4:30 a.m.. an Ashbury graduate was caught defacing his school's 
football field. He was taken into custody for questioning. He managed to escape by means not yet 
known. The police search was later ceased when Andre turned himself in. to the Manotick police, 
at 5:00 p.m. Andre was later dismissed of all charges pending investigation. Three days later the 
Ashbury Graduates were all found guilty for public mischief and were sentenced to another year of 
high school. 

Special note: To my fellow Duvemay companions, the DR. group, and to the person responsible 
for the best week of my life. I LUV U GUYS. 

Andre Valiquette 




AnOuc VEUiQuette 




Dear Isa: 

When you first arrived at Ashbury we were wonderfully surprised 
to meet someone who was as forgetful as we were! 

But beyond our scatterbrainedness - we also found that we had 
mice, harem pants, Ouija boards, aspirations, laughs, and ideas — 
absolutes and trivialities, in common. We will remember our loyalty 
talks down by the pond, your obsessions with the letter 'M', and 
with Anne Frank. Swiss chocolate fests. our ideals. Toronto Choir 
trips, our vows, Paul Simon, Dairy Oueen. "I will survive", frozen 
yogurt, and Bruch's violin concerts. But most of all. Zabster, we will 
remember you and your witty, loving, loyal, and lucid self, which has 
made these two years so wonderful. We will organize a reencounter 
in Abu Dhabi or Switzerland. Love, the Halil Twins. 

Isabelle = IMMI - SPIKE - KNOWS. Swiss. Ill see you later - MUCH 
later, lust keep in mind that I will know you for the rest of your life. 
In the meantime, whenever 1 drink a pot of tea and spend the rest 
of the day in the washroom, I'll think of you. Thanks for teaching me 
how to say "I love your hairy bum" in German. 

Love, Canadian (Snakel 

Isabelle '^ildhaber 



IsaOJClle Wilbt7abcn 



My years at Ashbury. Hmmmmmm! 

9 - Boys only. Mr. Deakins History. "Stairball ", R,C cars, "SIZLIN ", 
Football. - 10 - Co-Ed, Strange Football, Weintrager. Banff, M,Z, at 
Ashbury. "Summer drives! ". Beer? - Alcohol?. Teachers fired! — 
1 1 - Football 7-0 kicked butt. Hockey (Thanks for coming out!). 
"Across the bridge". Bop. Bistro. Banff - with Andy. N., R.l. 
Buckwheats computers. B.dB.. Teachers fired! — 12 - Senior Football - 
semi finals. Tremblant. T.R,, Unions??, St. Maarten with Harry. March 
Break bash. Boys night out. No teachers fired! (Hmmmm!) — 1 3 - Football 
- City Champions!. Torn ankle ligaments - (WHY ME!!1, Cottage 
gatherings. Daniel's, New Years at Tremblant - Tremblant with ""Air 
Spratt ". Zap. Gnuk! Gnuk!, Friday night skiing. France - Paris, The Alps, 
Chutes. ""Lets do it!". T.K. - (The best!). Train riding (Lookout!). - Paul 
Simon. Rugby (Now that's a game!). M.I.P.. E.S.. V.W.s rule!. & THE 
BEST GRAD-PRANK IN ASHBURY HISTORY!! (Lighten up tough guys!) 

Cest tout. 

A special thanks to: ID., B.G., DOC. M.I.. G.L., A,N., P.O., M,A,P.. 
R.V. & E.W.Z. 

Also, to the best!!: P.B„ I.D., R.D., I.H., M.H., T.K . Z.B M . AN.. I.O.. 
W.Q.. T.R.. A.S.. L.S., M.S., E.S.. O.T. & all the rest!! 

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M. Wyman. R. Cushman, 

G. Cogan, S. McDonald-Curley. 

1. Ages, A. Watt 

MIDDLE left to right: 

E. Wheeler, R. Near, I. de Hoog, 

T, Baumgarten, |. Berggren 

FRONT left to right: 

A. Dauchrich, O. Dawson, 

W. Bennett, C. Fannin. Y. Fan 

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M. Gellman, A. Merchea. 
P. Francis. S. Vaidyanathan, 
N. Seppala. C. Cadman 

MIDDLE left to rigfit: 
N, Cole, E. Mill. C Roberts 
M. Brigham. K. Sullivan. 
I. Mouaikel 

FRONT left to right: 

W. Diu. I. Sebesta. G. Nelson. 

R. Ellis. S. Sarkar. C. Mitchell 

Absent: 

M. Gagnon. A. Mintsioulis, 

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BACK left to right: 

S. Kaminski. T. Koffman. D. Badian 

D. Huang. |. Wall, l.P. Yong 

FRONT left to right: 

D. Prevost, C. McCormack, 

M. Nicolini. T. Al-Zand, 

S. Ventureyra, 

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BACK left to right: 
A. Shamji, M. Buchan. 
M. Pozgay, A. lohnston, 
M. McLennan, D. Suh 

FRONT left to right; 

M. Lasserre. T. Saiberg, 

M. Peters, 

A. Ashekian. K. Muchantef. 

A. Cheung, A. Smeilie 

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P. OBrian, 1. Miller 





BACK left to right; 

D. McCansh, M. Capello, C. Meats. 

C. Siddons. R. Hendin 

MIDDLE left to right: 
S. Armand, l.C. Lize. 
R. Wilkinson, S. Basi 

FRONT left to right; 

A. Austin, 1. Yang, A. Archarya, 

P. Webb, K. Hall 

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M. Pettit 



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A. Davis. I. Winberg. B. Storey. 
I. Huang. N. Young 

MIDDLE left to right: 

S. Parkes. |. Lee. R. Puk. R. Cole, 

G. Bazile 

FRONT left to right: 

S. Glynn. F. Marchenay. O. Kane. 

D. Petridis, C. Dymond 

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N. Eden-Walker. M. Merkley. D. Losos. 

S. Rask, G. Owen 

MIDDLE left to right: 

I.S. Blanchette. A. Sinclair. A. Rambert, 

L. Watt. S. Mailal. R. Capern. 

A. Faynwachs 

FRONT left to right: 

T. Hargreaves. |. Moore. K. Rose. 

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I Quan, N. Malhotra, B. Yazdi, 

B. McKinlay, 1. Cole 

MIDDLE left to right: 

M. Tattersfield, C. Anderson, 

C. Singh, M. Parkinson 

FRONT left to right: 

S. Milne, D. Stewart, N. Fraser. 

M. Love, M. McElligott 

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As many of you will remember, a survey was distributed earlier 
this year. Almost every student who showed up for homeroom 
filled one out. People circled one or several choices, and some 
took creative licence to write in their own responses. This made 
the results of the survey a lot more difficult to tabulate 
efficiently, but it also made the job a lot more fun. The results 
are expressed as percentages and are accurate . 

1) On average, how much time do you spend on homework a 
night? 

a) about an hour 20 

b) 1-2 hours 34 

c) 2-3 hours 13 

d) 3-4 hours 7 

e) more than 4 hours 3 

f) a very efficient half hour 23 

According to the homework guidelines distributed at the 

beginning of the year, those in Year 5 should be spending 

about 2-3 hours on homework a night. (Take a sec to 

compare numbers ... the 84 grads this year make up 22% of the school's population.) — ha! Most of Woollcombe circled |b), 

and someone wrote next to it '- supposedly during Prep". A Year 4 student scribbled "15 mins. tops ". Naturally, these numbers can't 

possibly reflect, with any degree of accuracy, how the average Ashburian feels about homework. 

2) Of the following. I would most like to: 

a) become a lawyer 1 5 d) write a best-selling novel 

b| become a doctor 25 e) streak at the next school assembly 

c) become a corporate executive 29 

This is fairly intriguing. 13% roughly equates to 49 students. 

3 1 If most often fantasize about: 

a) flying 2 1 

b) owning a restaurant 5 
c| tuning amok 14 

It frightens me that some repressed youth at this school said that they most often fantasize about "brown glass". Other responses 
were "Tyler Keeley" and "driving a truck". Somebody - (oh, who COULD IT BE. Mr. Fisher?) wrote "YES! YES! YES! Alright! 
Alright! " next to (d). Im sure it could be arranged, considering how few people seem to want to see him... aside from the person 
who chose |d) but added "'only if I can bring my gun." 

4) Do you think Latin is a dead language? 

a) yes 31 d) just about 

b) no 16 e) who cares 

c) maybe 6 

The only written response we got for this one was "No, Elvis speaks it". 

5) Have you ever wanted to wear a straitjacket? 

a) yes 57 b| no 

Didn't the 43% realize we were joking? Didn't the 57% realize we were serious? 

6) When I get home from school, the first thing I usually do is: 

a) eat 45 d) stand in the back yard 6 

b| slip into something more comfortable 35 e) dance like there's no tomorrow 1 1 

c| get started on my homework 3 

Whatever happened to television? Doesn't anybody run home and watch "The Young and the Restless " anymore? Doesn't NIkkl 

Newman come BEFORE food? 



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Some great wit scrawled "1 don't dream - I live the fantasy." Mike Valiquette (and you thought these surveys were anonymous), 
wrote "I find the concept too mind boggling and would rather scrape my tongue raw with a cheese grater " (ha ha ha). 



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a) Barbra Streisand 


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A lot of people wrote Sami and Waleed' ': I guess because they thought that was really 
funny Some were HILARIOUS enough to write Anthony Capello". Andre Valiquette". 
"Bassel El-Sawy or Andy and Doug Cole . but by far the most convincing was, "Me yes 
me and Im Proud of IT HA HA HA; 



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Chocolate milk; 

a) turns me on 

b) makes me sick 

c) makes me yell 



d) busts my hump 

e) brings out my other personalities 

f) takes the fun out of my day 

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Someone crossed out "french bread", and put "french women . A real personality wrote "centrifuging small rodents". 

1 1 How do you feel about flossing? 

a) hate it 20 d) the concept is intimidating 8 

b) cant get enough of it 19 e) ORAL HYGIENE??!!?? (yah, right) 14 

c) its alright but not as much 

fun as strip polker 39 

Flossing was called "the thirtieth most exciting form of oral entertainment", which leads one to wonder what the first thirty 
things on the list are. Someone said. "Flossing sucks, floss is fun." 



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Of those who circled "other", some responses were: "a shadowy knight from the realms of the underworld", "a pseudo- 
intellect", "not a tin can", and "out-going and full of surprises." Socially speaking, three people in t he school claim to be 
"Peter O'Leary." And. of course, fresh out of their assertiveness training courses, the new 
generation of megalomaniacs in the school gathered all their creative energies together long 
enough to write the oh-so-original response: "stud". 



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13 


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and somebody, who must have either a lot of change or a stolen teacher's code number put 
"xeroxing my butt". 

The lunior School got different questions from the Senior School for #14. because we were hoping we 
could perpetuate the prevailing notion that you cant be lusty, disillusioned or stressed until AFTER the 
age of fourteen: 



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14 Ir.) The best way to describe me is: 

a) timid 8 e] 

b) cursed 12 f) 
c| witty 15 g) 
d) brilliant 21 

14 Sr.) The best way to describe me is: 

a) lusty 20 e) 

b) neurotic 10 f) 

c) cursed 5 g) 

d) effervescent 12 

So many people circled either all of the above or absolutely nothing for this question, that we were tempted to fudge the 
percentages But. if nothing else, we have learned abxjut integrity and consistency at Ashbury. and. in the end, resisted the 
temptation Some of the written responses were almost as annoying as the choices offered: someone in the school declared 
they were a beserk. selfish, power-hungry, hypocritical fascist" (Okay, alright, it was me.) -ed. 



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BACK left to right: 
M. Cogan. T. Niles. C. Yansouni, 
M. Stanley, S. Heidemann. 
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Middle left to right: 

S. Acharya. X. Fan. K. Carruthers 

A. Van Epen, B. Kroll, R. Singh 

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M. Varley, N. Allen, L. Chatwin. 
V. Langlois, M. Kennedy. 
R. Pearson 

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D. Anders, W Fan. I. Eyre. 

C. Pryor, M Labarge, K. Campbell 

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A. Scorsone. F. Lorrain. M. Gabora, 

A Inch. N. Charbonneau, 

P. OLeary 

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M. Agulnik. A. Capello, A. Cogan. 

B. Valiquette. R. Tavel. D. Stanley 
T.I. St. John 

MIDDLE left to right: 
A. Van der Velden. L. Turner. 
M. Coleridge. K. Edwards. 
V. Chauhan. A. Grand 

FRONT left to right: 

C. Holmes. L. Smith. M. Floyd. 
C. Love. I. Rager 

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O. Dickel. A. Carruthers. 

M. Bellman 

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C. Mercer. A. Rocheleau. 
K. London. M. Quevillon, 
C. Mortakis, T. Saleh 

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D. Sheehan, A. Zollinger. M. Spratt. 

L. McCann. A. Slawecki. 

I. Daugherty 

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I. Turner. M. Harris, T. El-Abbadi, 

B. Barber, P. Bartlett, K. Andrews 

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H. Alyea, L. Spotswood, P. Reilly. 

M. Keriakos. M. Ng 

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A. Movilla, N. Rawlings 



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Mr. K.D. Niles 



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Kevin McMillan, Alistair Price, 
Justin Robertson 



H€at) Of HousG: J. Robertson 



StaNdlNQ: 



First 




BACK left to right: 
P. Nicolini. P. Mann, i Doherty. 
I. Higginson. G. Daniels, B. Szafron, 
S. Ruparelia 

MiDDLE left to right: 
T. Ono, S. Aggarwal. A. McLachlin. 
S. Frewer, |. Wisniowski, R. Clarke. 
S. Radforth 

FRONT left to right: 
N. Kellett. I. Nabwangu, 
A. Dufresne, N. Gandhi, 
A. Desiauriers, A. Millson 

Absent: 
T. Dawson 





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BACK left to right: 

A. Leach, N. Day, S. Gundy, 

R. Beattie, A. Mills, L. Erb 

MIDDLE left to right: 
1. Lavoie-Copeland, 1. Perez, 
A. Otupiri, Z. Allen, S. Qirbi, 
G. Lemele 

FRONT left to right: 
M. Tahirkheli, D. Nabwangu, 
S. Patel, I. Riff, A. Haughton, 
M, Fortier 




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BACK left to right: 1. Wisniowski, 
1. Thomas, L. Brisson, M. Bums, 
M, Diggins, D. Iny 

MIDDLE left to right: 

C. lohnston, S. Kovacs, D. Petridis, 

L, Tan, A,M, Baribeau, C. Penton 

FRONT left to right: 

|. Taker, S. Desjardins. I, Cole, 

A. Aye, G. Nabwangu, A. Wong 

Absent: 

C. Rogan, M. Weatherill 




BACK left to right: A. Cole. 

P. Wambera. A. Baribeau, 

A. Pepper. N Mayes. D. Cripps 

MIDDLE left to right: 

M. Pound. S. Reid. S. Khan, 

A. Hageman. R. Kenny, K. Eifar 

FRONT left to right: F, Nabwangu, 
I. Napier. P. Fong. C. Brisson. 
R Khan. S. Campbell. K. Wyatt 

Absent: 
P. Walkate 





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BACK left to right: M. Norquay. 
K, McMillan, M. Sallenave, 
j. Robertson, l.P. Ostiguy, 
T. Johnson 

MIDDLE left to right: 
B. Munro. W. Qirbi. A. Price. 
Y. Massicotte. M. McLaine. 
L. Hageman 

FRONT left to right: O. Tareen. 
L. Mrak, K. Green. T. Clark. 
1. Otto 

Absent: 

V. Altiparmakian 




NEW 



Mr. P.E. Ostrom 



Libby Edmison, Jeff Hill 



H€at)S Of Hoys€: L. Edmison, ). Hill 



Third 




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BACK left to right: 

L. Aggarwal, M. Sullivan, 

A. Mandy, T. Hyde, R. Zrudlo, 

M, Rizwanullah, S. Thomson, 

W. Giziewicz 

MIDDLE left to right: 

F. Hanson, D. DiMarino. D. Starr, 
M. Derouin, M. Morissette, 

M, Shamji, A. Kirchhoff 

FRONT left to right: 

C. Moreton, 1. Robinson, N. Baylis. 

D. El-Sawy, V. Puri, D. Hynes, 

G. Miranda 



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BACK left to right: 

D. Tauzovich, S. Crombie. 

I. Sebesta. F. Lilliehook. A. Kane 

MIDDLE left to right: 

R Nelms. I. Kronick, D. Fairbanks. 

A. Richards. I. Smith 

FRONT left to right: 
S. Radia. M Simmonds. 
C. Braithwaite. R. Hopkins. 
K. Tremblay 

Absent: 

K. Axelsson. P Maglieri 




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BACK left to right: 

F. Richer. P. McElligott. 
T. layanama, C. Currie. 

M. Bajramovic, |. Morissette. 
N. Chapman 

MIDDLE left to right: 

S. Smith. E. Comeau, A. Howard. 

M. Stevenson. K. Pendergrast. 

G. McLeod. P. Millington 

FRONT left to right: 
R. Butler. M. Young. M. Kirchhoff, 
S. Hyde. C. Boushey. A. Barton. 
S. Dawes 

Absent: 

A. Whitney. N. Singhal 




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BACK left to right; 
D. Sebesta. A. Howard, 
M. Valiquette, J. Starr, 
D Bajramovic 



Singh, 



MIDDLE left to right: 
C. Gillin, C. Freeman, T. Crombie, 
S. Chandan, M. Blondin, B. El-Sawy. 
T, Sherwood 

FRONT left to right: 

I Yen, L. Baylin, R. Sandiford, 

I Yang, L. Bradford, |. Bonn 





BACK left to right: 

D. Hill, 1,P. Vaccani, ). Hill, 

S. Rahman, B. lames 

MIDDLE left to right: 

A. DeVries, A. Auer, I. Stokes, 

C. Lacatus, M. Guindon, T. Keeiey 

FRONT left to right: 

M. Norris, R, Tickle, U. Wallace, 

A. Egan, S. Story 

Absent: 

L, Edmison, R, Home 




HOUSGMaSt€R: 



Mr. R.|. Anderson 



PR€f€CtS: 



Robbie Citrin, Shawn Grisim, 
Gabriela Hahn, Colin Murty, 
Andrew Nichols, Vanessa 
Riddell, Andre Valiquette, 
Isabelle Wildhaber 



HeaD Of Hoys€: A. Nichols 



Fourth 



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BACK left to right: 

C. Mathias, S. Murphy, A. Patel, 

D. Huang, L. Adcock 

FRONT left to right: 

E. Wilson, D, Chih, |. Rawlinson, 
D. Walsh 

Absent: O. Guillamon, B. Lazar 





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BACK left to right: 

L. Van, M. Hall, T. Levy, 

|. Rawlinson, I. Prior 

FRONT left to right; 

D, Lee, M. Twain, |. Tazi, 

C, DeFontes 

Absent: C. Collacott, C, Rocha 




IIW 



BACK left to right: 

B. MacNeil, O. Tong, Y.P. Ker, 

B. Banijamali, A. Yuen 

MIDDLE left to right: 

P. Dufour, C. Brown, C. Fleming, 

G. Chau 

FRONT left to right: 

M. Belker, N. Roohi, 

D. Woollcombe, M. Okamoto, 

A. Cho 



Absent: 
D. Waldrum 



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BACK left to right: 

E. Anderson, R. Mendis. Z. Harding. 

). Craig, H. Bell, D. McNaughton 

MIDDLE left to right: 

T. Marquardt, A Woodford. 

A. Isinak. M. Bhaumik. K. Hagiya 

FRONT left to right: 

C. Olivier. A. Laverdure. 

H. lafferally. S. Crooks. G. Durant 

Absent: 
L. Kreft 





BACK left to right: 
C. Dreyer. Y. Massicotte. 
S. Grisim, W. Al-Qaraouli, 
O. Isinak. R. Dubras. 
T. Kiyohara, I. Eraser. 
R. Citrin. A. Nichols 



MIDDLE left 
V. Tsang, B. 
C. Gramann. 
V. Riddell. I. 

B. Carnevali, 

C. Murty, M. 



to right: 
Munro, 
G. Hahn, 
Wildhaber, 
M. Maher, 
Lederman 



FRONT left to right: 
F. Faisal, C. Lloyd. 
M. Halil, C. Smith, 
I.L. Mattel, E. Stiles, 
S. Homburg. K. Halil. 
N. Alikhan. M. Ouamina 





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ASHBURY COLLEGE STAFF - 1924-25 




ASHBURY COLLEGE STAFF - 1977-78 







clockwise from top left: 

I.H. Deakin 
K.D. Niles 
P. Carleton 
R. Sikora 
D.R. Wilson 
H. Speckert-Zettel 
L.M. Lahey 
D. Ford 










clockwise from top left: 

T. Meaker, G.G. Thomas. C.C. Denison 
A. Menzies, R. Rice, R.l. Gray 







clockwise from top left: 

D.D. Lister 
M.H. Penton 
N. lowett 
M. Kane 
L. Booth 
M. Merritt 
H. Abbott 
G. Simpson 
Valentine 










clockwise from top left: 

P. MacFarlane 
C. Creutzberg 
G. Allen 
G.I. Lemele 
J. Kennedy 
F. Mueller 
M.E. lansen 




PmR^oraft 







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clockwise from top left: 

M.A. Varley 
G.R. Valentine 
E. Van Alstyne 
M. King 
V.A. Wilgress 
R.I. Zettel 
C. lauvin 










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clockwise from top left 

B. Gravelle 

A. Blanchette, 

A. Villeneuve, A. Leslie, 

W. Williams 

S. Grainger 

R. Marcotte, K. Schmidt 

).A. Humphreys 

T. Holden, L. Pryde, 

D. Barnett, E. Pryde, 
P. McKim, 
V. Wilgress, 

E. Valiquette, 
1. Gensey, 
A. Valiquette 

G. Bemi 











clockwise from top left: 

W.E. Stableford, R. Cadieux, A. Sparks, 

R.J. Anderson. E. Boydell, S.E. McKay, R. Gates, 

P. St. John. M.A. Pelletier, R.J. Coles 













clockwise from top left: 

G.R. Varley 
A. Novick 
M.R. Mousseau 
P. Vallee 
E.W. Zrudlo 
D.E. Hopkins 
H.J. Robertson 








Hey little deer, 
want a piece of fruit? 
Want to be my friend? 



What do you mean 
this is inappropriate 
Chapel dress? 





But I don't wanna be 
at rugby practice. 




Bang! You're done! 



No! You may 
not look inside 
my lunch bag! 





I wish Adam 
would hurry up 
and take this 
picture so I can get 
my office back to 
normal. 



Hey Mrs. Varley, do 
you like my I.B. Art 
project? 




Shut up and smile 
for the camera. 



As King of the Common Room, I am under no 
obligation to share these potatoes. 




■CEACHER SURVEy 



TEACHER S SURVEY 

This year the Ashburian also took a survey to probe and scrutinize the inner workings of the minds of the 
school staff. They might have been a little disappointed, because everyone knows that surveys, especially 
multiple choice ones as this, never truthfully reflect actual opinions: the response selections are limited, the 
questions may be too personal or seemingly irrelevant. This summary of attitudes may leave them feeling 
misrepresented and silly. However, we feel that we probably got some bona fide results, because there 
were a lot of written answers. All results are expressed as percentages. 

1) How do you feel about flossing? 

d| the concept is intimidating 19 

e| ORAL HYGIENE??!!?? (yah. right.) 12 



31 
19 



, obviously having misinterpreted 



a) hate it 

b) cant get enough of it 

c) it alright but not as much 
fun as strip poker 19 

Somebody wrote "1 Waterpik' . and someone else said "I take weekends off 
the question (Another problem with these darned surveys.) 

2) What best describes your car? 

a) I don't own a car 

b) it's a Love Machine 

c) its a dilapidated beauty 

Some were more enthusiastic about their vehicles (i.e.. '1 LOVE MY CAR & IT LOVES ME TOO!' 
other felt their cars were "an insult to Ford", "accounts payable" or just "bloody expensive ". 

3) 1 most often fantasize about: 



10 


d) its an embarrassment 


12 


23 


e) it's blue 


23 


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a) 
b) 





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23 






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7 
17 
24 



flying 27 d| Learning to clean a rifle under the 

dancing with Patrick Swayze 7 tutelage of Wyatt Earp 

running amok 33 e) teaching 

OK. This is where the written answers were downright weird, revealing a few bizarre obsessions: 
"teaching a course in running amok with Wyatt Earp". "teaching the hoochie-koochie". "flying with, 
dancing with, running amok with, and teaching limmy Smit ", and "dropping acid" Mr. Penton. while 
filling this out. wanted to know who Patrick Swayze was. and if anyone thought he'd make a good dance 
partner 

4) The first thing I usually do when I get home from school is: 

a) eat 26 d) dance like there's no tomorrow 5 

b) slip into something more comfortable 5 1 e) Start preparing more work 

c) drink myself into oblivion 1 3 for my students 5 

Someone said they do (b) and (cl "simultaneously ". Another chose (b) but added, "like sweats, so I can (a) eat and not feel it."" 

5) If your life was a TV show, who would best represent you? 

Doogie Howser, MD 
Homer Simpson (The Simpsons) 
Rebecca Howe (Cheers) 
Polkaroo (Polka-dot Door) 

Polkaroo"! Are you frightened yet. kiddies? 

6) If corporal punishment was re-established at Ashbury. what would be your preferred tool of discipline enforcement? 

a) a bullwhip 5 e) a good ol' handy yardstick 16 

b) a cattle prod 8 f) a hard cover copy of Anna Karenina 1 1 

c) a sledgehammer 5 g) N/A — I'm a pacifist 41 

d) a B.B. gun 14 

Someone circled all but (g). claiming that "variety maintains interest ". But somebody that DID choose (g) explained that they'd 
"rather be verbally abusive ". Written answers were things like: "gun that shoots hot cat dung". "Rocky Balboa ". and a "laser ". 

7) Which of the following is the best name for a white toy poodle? 

a) Sandy 7 d| Odorf 18 

b) Rover 7 e) Zsa Zsa 34 

c) Rat 34 

Not everybody loved the choices offered here despite the careful wording of the question. Teachers sent back suggestions like 
""KICK ME ". but then 1 wouldn't want to be the one calling the dog. Others were "Hans Wilhelm Arnold Schwarzenegger"'. "Zsa 
Zsa ze bourn ". and "Rambo". Doesn't anybody realize that macho names don't suit white toy poodles very well? 

8) Have you ever made a crank call? 
a) yes 53 



a) Dan Fielding (Night Court) 1 

b) Murphy Brown 1 

c) The Equalizer ^ 

d) Victoria lackson (Saturday Night Live) 

Gee! Look how many chose either "The Equalizer" 



yes 
b) no 



47 



Mr. Penton said "no, nor received any - yet". Mrs. lowett circled "yes - to Hugh Penton. whose survey will deny this. " And some 
wiseguy didnt circle either, saying, "IVE NEVER MADE A CRANK DO ANYTHING . 



9) If. by law. you had to have something tattooed on your bicep. what would you choose? 



a| a lightening bolt 

b) a snake 

c) the first 2 verses of 
"Stairway to Heaven" 


42 
17 

17 


d) a loving inscription in 

honour of your mother 
e| the photocopier 


17 

7 


hris Mercer is best described as: 








a) loquacious 
b| talkative 


41 
13 


c| chatty 
d) garrulous 


13 

13 



101 



He was also described as "a person who wont eat strange food", "quiet, humble, 
and self-effacing", "reserved", "effervescent" and "somewhere else". And 20% said 
something like "WHO THE HELL IS CHRIS MERCER?" 

1 ) What will you probably do after you retire? 



al 


open a small business 


10 


d| become a full time Deadhead 


3 


b| 


travel 


30 


e) go back to university 


3 


c) 


buy a nice piece of property 




f) other 


37 



in the country and lead a 
happy, simple, and satisfying 
life raising chickens 





Mr. Penton wrote that he'd like to 
hike", and "get a sex change". 



"join the U.S. Marine Corps", but other staff provided less interesting responses like "take a 



12| What is your favourite radio station? 

While 26% of our teachers listen to CBC. and 15% listen to CHEZ 106. there was a slew of other responses besides the more 
familiar Ottawa stations: "Radio Moscow". "Radio Tahiti". "Radio Free Europe", "anything but country". "Valentine/Humphries 
Broadcasting Ltd." and "1 love silence". 

1 3) What is the most important quality in the personality of the Ideal Student? 



a| intelligence 

b| enthusiasm 

c| submissive tendancies 

d| dedication 



3 
26 
13 



el honesty 

f| sense of humour 

gl spirituality 

h) other 



24 
18 



The general point of this question. I suppose, was meant to give students at this school a better idea of what aspects of their 
characters they should suppress, and which ones they should cultivate in order to succeed at Ashbury. So. kiddies, try being 
enthusiastic and laugh when its appropriate, but keep in mind the following things: teachers here also appreciate "resiliance". 
"fear of authority". "R.E.S.P.E.C.T.". "fastidiousness", and "oxygen in the bloodstream helps too". 

14| How do you like your steak? 

a) raw 3 

b| rare 26 

c) medium rare 33 

d| medium 16 

e) medium-done 10 

f) well done 3 

g) cooked 'til you cant tell it from the BBQ briquettes 6 
h) 1 don't Ivegetariani 3 

This question was probably inappropriate in the context of the survey, 
because many wrote things like "1 cant afford it!" or "1 like it cheap/free", 
although others said "on a china plate ". or "prepared in a restaurant". I'm 
afraid we had to disregard the response "couldn't find it if 1 wanted to" 
because we didn't really understand what it could possible mean. 

15| This survey was: 

a| touching 1 9 

bl inspirational 16 

c| too long and an utter waste of my valuable time 1 9 

d| other 46 

Finally, to sum things up. I'd just like to say a big THANKS to whomever it was 

that pointed out that this survey was "deliberately ridiculous". One staff member 

dismissed it as "typically British sarcastic humour" — but I'd like to know who's being sarcastic. A quick apology to those that wrote 

the survey was "too short — we want more " and the person who said that it "lowers the respect for the staff". 

P.S. For those that found it "'inspirational'". Id just like to add that you all have permission to thank me in the dedication of any 
literary works you may chum out as a result: I wont be embarrassed. —Ed. 







Ashbury 




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MATHEMATICS 



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REPTILIAN 
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T. Reilly, A. Egan. 1. Martel, W. Qirbi, E. Stiles, L. Spotswood, S. Grisim 



KEVIN MCMILLAN: A BiOQuapliy 

Once upon a time. Kevin McMillan was born. He grew a little. Then he grew a little bit more and 
enrolled at Ashbury College. On lune 15. 1991. he won the Governor General's Medal for 
achieving the highest academic standing in the leaving class. 

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BOARDINQ LIFE 

Welcome to the wonderful world of delightful furnishings, ultimate freedom, smoking and non-smoking rooms, and 
many loving Canadians Ya Right! 

First of all. all the furnishings look like they're from the set of a 60s reunion of the Brady Bunch. We have more 
rules than friends, the only thing that smokes is the toast in the kitchen, and finally. Immigration officers would have a 
field day at one of our house meetings (no names mentioned, isabelle). 

We have a great t.v.. even though we bought it!! 
No. seriously! 

To: 

In house weekends in Montreal |whoa! can't remember that one), Christmas parties, football games at Landsdowne 
(Mexican food). Michael Q's room evacuators, Deakin...need 1 say more? Alison's squash playing (sorry Aleks). punctual 
Mousseau. ludy.. .who's ludy? Miss Carleton & Miss Van Alstyne (sorry for waking you up), Mr. Anderson for 37 great 
years, and finally for Colin's prefectorial duties. 

'BOARDING: A BLOODY FORM OF SOCIAL AMPUTATION " 




CaptaiN Of tli]Q Scl^ool 










It It, the students who are the foundation of a strong future for Ashbury, and 1 hope that the ideals that have been 
taught will allow the school to survive for another century. It is hard to say where my classmates and I will end up in 
the future, but I hope that ultimately no matter what does happen, we will remain part of the tradition that Ashbury 
has maintained for the last one hundred years." 

Andrew Nichols. Captain of the School 
15 \une. 1991 



CaptaiN Of tlie Scliool 

1941 




And it is with this Spirit of Empire as well as School that we. the class of 1941. 
leave you. Nobody knows just what lies ahead for most of us. Some of us will be 
joining up: others will be doing their part in different fields. We hope, however, that 
we shall always prove loyal to those common ideals which we instilled into the 
minds and hearts of Ashburys first boys, fifty years ago. 

And now may ! conclude by quoting a few lines that in times like these seem 
singularly appropriate and which 1 think most proper for concluding a jubilee 
Valedictory in these not too happy — but hopeful — times: 

"Man am I grown, a mans work must I do. 
Follow the deer? Follow the Christ, the King. 
Live pure, speak true, right wrong, follow the King — 
Else, wherefore born? 

C.P. Burrows. Captain of ihe School 
15 ]une. 1941 



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DiR€CtOR Of tt]£ 

Junior ScI^ooI 

A Conversation With the Director of the junior School 

Q. What is the most important tradition at Ashbury College? 

A. Its funny. .1 mean I believe in the basics of traditions — the ties, the uniforms, things like the prefects and monitors. 
However. I think that the people in the institutions like this one have to be very careful that the traditions preserved 
continue to represent important aspects of the institution. I think some of our traditions help to preserve what 
makes our school different from others: but, traditions are only important as long as the people involved with them 
see them as being meaningful. 

Q. Will Ashbury be around for another one hundred years? If so, what changes do you forsee for the school? 

A. Society is always changing at such a pace that it makes it difficult to predict actual changes in the school. ..but yes, ! 
do think, at least hope, that Ashbury will survive. 

Q. What do you think has helped Ashbury not only last, but also grow during the last century? 

A. Hmmm...how to avoid the Bland? I think its the commitment to the original ideals of the founder that has helped 
the school to last. Many surface aspects of school life have changed, but I think most of us involved here still care 
about the same human issues that people did a hundred years ago. 

Interview conducted by Rebecca Sandiford 
18 ]une. 1991. 




Peteu H. MoNtQOMCuy 



A WalR In FoRillON 



I am thinking of the last time I walked from Cap-Bon-Ami to Grande-Greve at Forillon. Memory 
brings back the sharp, clean smell of campfire smoke, sun-warmed pines and damp muskeg. The 
path climbs steeply upward. There is immediate exhileration from the physical efforts of the 
ascent. My heart pumps blood to straining muscles and cool Gaspe air fills my lungs. On all sides 
stands the quiet forest. 

My route takes me through gardens of ferns, through thickets of prickly bushes that tear at my 
clothing. Clam-shaped fungi, rubbery to the touch, project from the trunks of old trees. The ridge 
is misty with clouds. Branches glisten with moisture and every leaf has an edging of crystal drops. 
Here, the path is carpeted in thick moss, a narrow strip of green through the shadows. It is 
wonderfully resilient underfoot, deep and springy, like a sponge. 

Down to the shore the slopes are covered with daisies. The colour leaps and dances in the sun, 
! drink water from a underground stream: it is sweat to taste and unbelievably cold and 
refreshing. 1 savor the pungent odors of low tide, the intriguing blend of the world of seaweeds 
and fishes, of wet sand, and of salt. 1 sit on a boulder and feel the carefree breeze on my face. 
Time seems suspended. 

Blair Ritchie 




La]<e OpeoNQo, AIqonquin Pank 
PDotOQuaprjeb on aN Outboou ED. rnip 



BERNARD 



Bernard was only 13 years and 3 months when he died on December 23rd. 
Early in the school year, he was diagnosed as having a brain tumor it was in 
such a position that it did not readily respond to radio-therapy. On Monday 
after exams, fourteen of his fellow class-mates went to see him to deliver a 
Christmas card which they had made out of two bristol boards. Although he 
was weak, his body stabilized by drugs, he was able to spend a pleasant 
moment with his friends. 

Des son arrivee, il nous a fait partager les nombreuses qualites qui animaient 
son jeune age. Bien vite, il est devenu un compagnon tres apprecie au 
pensionnat et dans sa classe. 11 etait calme, sociable, souriant et dynamique; 
bref. un excellent camarade. 

Bernard came to Ashbury as a boarder in grade 7 and right from the start 
he showed his good nature and keen competitive spirit. 

He believed in always trying his best. He came to Ashbury to learn English 
and to become bilingual. He was quite successful as the records show. Every 
term his average was 80% or better and he made the Honour Board more 
than once. He had never touched a brass instrument until last year, but he 
learned to play the trumpet, if music fell after P.E. or break, you could count 
on the grass stains, mud or bruises and always on his wonderful smile. He was 

a boy who was gentle, honest and friendly and who possessed a conscience which allowed him to present only his 

best work. 

Pour Bernard, c etat toujours avec le meme enthousiasme communicatifs qu'il participait a tous les aspects de la vie 
du college, lusqua sa demiere heure, il a su transmettre a sa famille, a ses amis et a ceux qui lui ont rendu visite, un 
sentiment de profonde bien-etre tout en restant fidele a lui-meme et a son attachante personnalite. C'est ainsi que nous 
avons connu Bernard et cest de cette fagon que nous nous souviendrons de lui. 

Even in his dying he gave his visitors, his family and his friends a sense of their well-being... of his own worth. And 
this was typically Bernard in his living and will therefore be typical of our memory of him. 

j.H. Humphreys 





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Senior Football 

The Lee Snelling - MVP Pat Barlett 

The Tiny Hermann - MIP Andy Nichols 

The Stratton Memorial - MVL Alfonso Movilla 

The Ken Guarisco Award - Rick Dubras, lustin Robertson 

lunior Football 

The Barry OBrian - MVP Andy Mills 
MIP — Dino Di Marino. Danny Starr 

Senior Soccer 

The Anderson - MVP leff Singh 
The Perry - MIP Tyler Keeley 

lunior Soccer 

The Pemberton — MVP Angus McLachlin 
- MIP Ricky Singh 

Senior Girls' Basketball 

The Willis O'Connor - MVP jj. Rawlinson 
The H.G, Bate Challenge - MIP Alexandra Howard 

Tennis 

MVP Male — Chris Mercer 

MVP Female — Josephine Yang. Adrienne Wong 

MIP Male — Szabi Kovacs 

MIP Female — Lisa Bradford 

Cross Country Skiing 

The Coristine Cup - MVP Rob Airey 
The Ashbury Cup - MIP Scott Crombie 

lunior Volleyball 

MVP - Ion Sebesta 
MIP - Cliff lohnston 

Rowing 

The Humphrey — MVO Male — Vijay Chauhan 
The Evans — MVO Female — Rebecca Tickle 
— MIO — lodi-Lynn Martel 

Senior Rugby 

The Macoun — MVP David Sheehan. Yannick Massicotte 
The Cole — MIP Andrew Zollinger 



Senior Girls' Soccer 

The NHL Cup - MVP Tan Crombie 

— MIP Allison Carruthers 

Special Awards 

The Stableford — Hockey — Graham Durant 

The Paasonen — Soccer — Alistair Price 

The Connaught — Basketball — Gabriela Hahn 

The Biewald - Football - leff Hill 

Hockey 

The Fraser - MVP Rick Dubras 

The Irvin - MIP lamie Riff 

Europe '86 — Kevin London 

Senior Basketball 

The McAnulty - MVP Hugh Bell 
The Snelgrove — MIP Tommy St, lohn 

lunior Basketball 

The Rhodes Memorial - MVP Andy Mills 
The Devine - MIP Matt Stanley 

Senior Girls' Volleyball 

The Fleming Athletic — MVP Anne-Marie Baribeau 
The Fleming — MIP lulie Napier 

lunior Girls' Volleyball 

MVP — Michelle Twain 
MIP - Olga Guillamon 



The R. Lemay 



Squash 

MVP Male — Aleks Slawecki 
MVP Female — Anik Egan 
MIP — Mohammed Shamji 



Curling 

The Carling Cup - MVP Vijay Chauhan 

— MIP Andrew Scorsone 

Alpine Skiing 

MVP — Danny Starr, Kenny Carruthers 



lUNiOR ScfiooI Atf|l€tic AwaRlDS 



Coaches Trophy 

For outstanding sportsmanship 

and effort in Ashbury soccer, 

— Brent McKinlay 

Europe '86 Hockey Trophy 

Presented annually to one |r. school and one Sr. school 

player for sportsmanship and effort in Ashbury hockey. 

Senior — Kevin London 

lunior — Ben Storey 

lunior School Basketball 

MVP - Adam Rambert 
MIP - Dean Petridis 

n Soccer 

MVP — Mike Dennehy, Brent McKinlay 
MIP — Giovani Bazile 

|2 Soccer 

MVP - Matt Love 
MIP — lamie Miller 



13 Soccer 

MVP - Matt McElligott 
MIP - Andrew Riff 

|4 Soccer 

MVP - Misha Gellman 
MIP — lulian de Hoog 

Cross Country Running 

MVP — Andrew Davis 

Rugby 

MVP - Matt Dennehy 
MIP - Matt Buchan 

Track and Field 

Andrew Davis, Adam Rambert, lames Cole 

Under 14 Hockey 

MVP — Fred Marchenay 
MIP - David Badian 




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1-1 Soccer 

BACK left to right: 

T. Salberg, B. Storey, G. Bazile, M. Love, D. Petridis, F. Marchenay 

MIDDLE left to right: 

T.G. Street. S, Armand, A. Davis, R, Wilkinson, A, Rambert, N. Eden-Walker, I.N. Valentine 

FRONT left to right: 

I- Miller, O. Kane, M. Dennehy, C. McCormack. B. McKinlay, A. Riff, K. Rose 




J-2 Soccer 

BACK left to right: 

G, Valentine, |.N. Valentine 

MIDDLE left to right: 

C. McCormack. M. Gellman, R Wilkinson, C. Singh, |, Miller, R, Ellis, F, Marchenay 

FRONT left to right: 

S. Kaminski, A. Smellie, M, Nicolini, M, Love (Capt.). O. Kane. M. Pozsgay. D. McCansh. 

T. Salberg 



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|-3 Soccer 

BACK left to right: 

B.H. Herique. N. Young, B. Yazdi, C. Anderson, S Winberg, S. Rask, A. lohnston, 

I. Huang, I.H. Humphreys 

MIDDLE left to right: 

M. Buchan. A. Sinclair, A. Losos, M, McElligott, M. Merkley, M. Lasserre 

FRONT left to right: 
V. Malek, A. Riff 




j-4 Soccer 

BACK left to right: 

). Berggren. R. Cushman, T. Baumgarten, N. Cole. S. Sarkar. G. Valentine 

MIDDLE left to right: 

W McDowell, I. Sebesta, M. Gellman, K. Sullivan, M. Brigham, N. Seppjala. R. Ellis, 

C. Fannin 

FRONT left to right: 

A. Daudrich, 1. DeHoog. S. Vaidyanathan C Mitchell, 1. Ages. C. Roberts, G. Nelson. 

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Left to right: 

D. Losos. S. Milne. M. Tattersfield, B. Herique. M. Parkinson. D. Stewart. A. Sinclair 



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BACK left to right: 

A. Davis. D. Stewart, B. Yazdi 

MIDDLE left to right: 

A. Rambert. M. McKinlay. S. Mallal. I. Lee 

FRONT left to right: 

R. Hendin, A. Sinclair. I. Hargreaves. H. Speckert-Zettel 

Absent: 
I. Wall 



RuQtoy 




BACK left to right: 

N. Cole. M. Tattersfield. M Dennehey 

THIRD left to right: 

I. Humphreys, L. Watt. G. Bazille. R. Wilkinson. C. Anderson. R. Puk 

SECOND left to right: 

A. Faynwacks. S, Kominski. S. Basi. 

D. Buchan 



Wall. C. Mitchell. M. Capello. C. McCormack. 



FRONT left to right: 

D. Prevost. T. Salberg. M. Merkley. M. Peters. C. Dymond. S. Winberg. T. Al-Zand, 

M. Buchan. K. Rose. M. McClennan 

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BACK left to right: 

|. Cole. A. Davis. A. Rambert 

MIDDLE left to right: 

I.N. Valentine. A. Faynwachs. S. Mallal. B. McKinlay. j. Lee. E. Van Alstyne 

FRONT left to right: 

O. Kane. M. Peters. A Dowling. N. Eden-Walker 



|R. Scl?ool Baskettoall 




BACK left to right 

S. Parkes, R. Wilkinson, L. Watt, G. Bazile, A. Rambert, R. Capern 

MIDDLE left to right: 

N. Young, A. Davis. B. Storey, D. Petridis, N. Fraser, T.G. Street 

FRONT left to right: 

M. Love, T. Salberg, A. Johnston 



Basketball at Ashbury has become a tradition. Each year many students try out for the team, and while not all make 
it, those who do have a lot of fun. 

This year's season started before Christmas with a tournament in Montreal. Here the team found many hidden talents. 
After the Christmas break the city league started and our team won four games, and lost three. The highlight of our 
regular season was a victory over St. Matt's, the eventual league champions, who were otherwise undefeated. After this 
victory the playoffs seem anti-climactic and the team was eliminated in the first round. 

Next was our Centennial Basketball tournament which featured teams from Halifax, Montreal. Toronto, Ottawa and 
Vancouver. The team played very well throughout the tournament and placed second. We lost our first home court 
game' to a strong team from L.C.C. in the tournament final. 

In April we split into two teams for the Glashan Tournament where the competition was stronger than ever. The A 
team won several games but was eliminated in a close game by Lester B. Pearson. The B team did not win a game, 
but picked up valuable experience. 

The team is quite proud of what it has done this year and hopes that next year's team is just as good! 



Rory Capern 
Lindsay Watt 



SgnIor Tgnnis 




BACK left to right 

L. Tanod. P. Walkate. D. Bayramovic. M. Norquay. M. McLalne. A. Howard, D. Stanley. 

T. St. lohn. P. McElligott 

MIDDLE left to right: 

|. Vaccani. M. Lederman. S. Kovacs. S. Hyde. M. Gabora. K. Pendergrast. M. Harris 

FRONT left to right: 

K. Bon. I. Yang. A. Wong. 



L. Tan. V. Wallace. K. Green 



Asbury athletes made Ottawa high school tennis history as they captured the Pure Spring grand aggregate trophy, snapping a 
20-year Lisgar donnination. "It was a true team victory." observed loquacious co-captain Chris Mercer as he admired the trophy. 
"We re one big happy family and we've worked hard to achieve this goal." 

The Rockcliffe school amassed 4 1 points to finish well ahead of Nepean and defending champion Lisgar. which had held the trophy 
since it was first donated in 1970. 

Ashbury claimed the girls championship for the first time in that trophy's 65-year history. 

Last year they won the boys shield which this year went to Nepean. 

"We won this for coach Anderson." said ccxaptain Mike Harris. "He's retiring at the end of the school year and we wanted him to 
leave with at least one title to remember." 

Ashbury. celebrating its centennial year, has the potential to add a couple of other jewels to its title crown, in senior girls 
basketball and senior B" boys football. Both teams are currently undefeated. 

Ashbury reached the final plateau in all three A' doubles matches and won two of them. The combination of losephine Yang and 
Adrienne Wong stopped Lisgar s Cheryl Agina and Ceyda Sursal 8-1 in girls doubles, while Lisa Bradford and Mercer combined to 
beat Geoff Worthing and lacquie OConnell of Earl of March 8-1 in mised doubles. The Ashbury boys doubles team of Keven 
Pendergrast and Michael Gabora pushed Hillcrests Tony Milo and Kevin Palmai to the limit before bowing 8-7. losing the tie 
breaker 7-5. — reprinted from The Ottawa Citizen 

After the narrow defeat last year, by only two points, to Lisgar. I decided that the tennis team lacked harmony and team spirit. 
This position was looked upon with skepticism because tennis is such an individual game and comradeship is difficult to come by. 

As a result of a number of meetings over the summer with our coach. Mr. Tanod. and ccxaptain Michael Harris, the season 
started with a feeling of a true "tennis family " Because of a tremendous turnout of enthusiastic players, we were able to form two 
teams: one made up of only Ashburians and one with the help of Elmwood. 

The Ashbury team had a very strong season with five wins and no losses. Lisgar boasted a similar record and also had a 20year 
winning streak behind them. The finals were held at the Ottawa Athletic Club on two separate days: one for the B" championship 
and one for the A" event. 

Alexandra Howard won the "B" giris singles final, losephine Yang and Adrienne Wong were victorious in the "A" girls doubles, and 
Lisa Bradford and Chris Mercer were successful in taking the A" mixed doubles medal These, along with the respectable placing of 
the other team members, allowed us to amass enough points to win the grade aggregate trophy and the girls shield. 

A number of factors contributed to the teams victory: Mr. Tanods dedication and support over the past two years: the tennis tops 
that were arranged by losephine Yang, with the help of her mother: Mr. Andersons wisdom, resulting from years of coaching the 
team: and Michael Harris s five year commitment to the sport. 

Chris Mercer 



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BACK left to right: 

R.B. Napier, I. Napier, C. Freeman, A. Carruthers, T. Crombie, K. Wyatt, 

A. I. Sparks 

FRONT left to right: 

A.M, Baribeau, L. Edminson, G. Hahn, Ij. Rawiinson, M. Pound. A Howard, 



The team had a very successful season. We were undefeated in league play, as well as in the playoffs, and this 
placed us in the Ottawa Board finals. In the packed gymnasium at Carleton University, we defeated Philemon Wright to 
win the city title. Another success was winning the Vankleek Hill Tournament (we took the Hawkesbury brutes to town). 
We also made our annual trip to OFSAA. held this year in Lakefield, Ontario, where we made it to the semi-finals. 
Another trip was our annual voyage to Ridley College, in St, Catharines, Ontario. Gabriela and Libby were our two 
graduating players, and we wish them luck at University. New arrivals to the team included Allison Carruthers, 
Alexandra Howard, and Tan Crombie who all greatly contributed to the teams success (whether they will admit it or 
not). Cindy, lulie. Kym, IVleg, II. and A-M B. were returning players. 

All in all. we had some interesting competition (are Hawkesbury and BSS girls from planet earth?). Last, but not least, 
many thanks to Sparks and ludy. our two coaches who put in so much time and dedication (frustration, energy, as well) 
to making the team a success. 

P.S. Can you believe I almost forgot to mention pro sprints? 



hnne Marie Baribeau 



lUNiOR SOCC€R 




BACK left to right: 

P. Nicolini. R. Singh, |. Tazi. B. Kroll, S, Radia. A. Haughton 

MIDDLE left to right: 

F. Lorrain. D, Hynes. B. McNeil. R. Beattie. A. Mandy, 1. Higginson. M. Shamji. 

S.K. Grainger 

FRONT left to right: 

V. Chhura. A. McLachlin, O. luwan. T Sebesta. N, Day. M. Varley 



S€NiOR SOCC€R 




BACK left to right: 
F. Nabwangu. S. Reid. K. London. B. El-Sawy. C. Murty. A. Yuen 

MIDDLE left to right: 

R.B. Napier. T Keeley. M. Bellman. 1. Craig, Z. Harding, A. Pepper, M. Blondin, 

D. Waldrum, R.I. Anderson 

FRONT left to right: 

G. Nabwangu, A. Price. I Singh. A. Baribeau. F Faisal. T. lohnson 



What were lacking on the scoreboard, we more than made up for with spirit and enthusiasm. Thus, despite the hard training and 
slight difficulty with putting the ball in the net. the team did have a relatively successful season, or at least a whole lot of fun. Much 
thanks goes to all graduating players, and a fond farewell to Mr. Anderson, our bus driver, doctor, manager and one and only 
spectator! 



Junior Football 




BACK left to right: 

I- Prior, A. Patel, F. Richer, D. Anders. 

FIFTH left to right: 

C. Yansouni, M. Bajramovic, F. Lilliehook, M. Weatherill, 

FOURTH left to right: 

R. Coles, P. Maglieri. S. Crombie, D. Starr, P. MacFarlane, 

THIRD left to right: 

M. Stanley, T. Hyde, R. Ruparelia, S. Mintsioulis. L, Aggarwal, S, Qirbi, W. Stableford. 

SECOND left to right: 

D. DiMarino, A, Millson, S, Frewer, 1, Robinson. T. Ono, G. Miranda. D. Nabwangu. 

FRONT left to right: 

M. Fortier, 1, Case. L. Brisson. A. Kane. A. Mills. 1. Smith. 1. Nabwangu. 

Absent: 

C. lohnston. C Pryor 



Experiencing our first year in a league, we were in for a difficult season. Seeing as we were a young and very 
inexperienced team, we did very well. This year's season was more or less in preparation for next year's team. In 
league play we held a 1 win. 1 tie. and 4 loss record. But in exhibition play we managed to hold a 2 and record. 
Although we struggled on the field with wins, our team spirit remained throughout the season. 

Many football memories came out of this years season. |eff Smith our "Speedy Rookie ", led the league in fumbles, 
lamie Prior, after chasing a player practically 100 yards down the field, knocked a player flat on his butt and finished 
off the tackle by giving him a hard right punch across the head, resulting in a two-game suspension! Next, we had 
Mark "The groin-pull only at practices" Bajramovic. lames "the wedgie" Nabwangu. Another memorable moment was 
when Cliff lohnston played the Glebe game, not knowing he had a fractured wrist. 



We would like to thank the coaches, and would like to wish the team a good season next year. 



Mark Bajramovic 



S€NioR Football 




Daugherty. M. Stevenson. C. Penton, R. Kenny. 



BACK left to right; 

I.H. Deakin. G. Guarisco. R.B. Napier. R. Tavel. A. Hageman, R I Gray 

FOURTH left to right: 

S. Desjardins. B. Valiquette, |. Stokes, 

R. Lorain, S, Fretwell 

THIRD left to right; 

S. Grisim. O. Tareen. B, Barber, A. Woodford, D. McNaughton, M, Burns. H. Bell, 

D, Cripps. IVl, Valiquette, A, Cole 

SECOND left to right; 

Y. Massicotte, A, Movilla, IVl, Quamina. C, Gillin, |. Starr, A. Slawecki, M. Spratt, M. Maher 

FRONT left to right; 

D. Sheehan, W. Qirbi, A. Nichols. P. Bartlett, 1 Hill, 1. Robertson, IP. Ostiguy, A. Zollinger. 

R. Dubras 



Hats off to the Ashbury football team for a perfect 1 1 and season capped off with the Ottawa-Carleton B' championship. 

Along the way the team provided some exciting football, including; our first game of the season, a 1-0 squeaker over Colonel By: a 
most satisfying 17-8 win over TCS from Port Hope (remember the infamous 'If the game gets out of hand III play my second 
string'!: and the come-from-behind victory over Charlebois in the championship game. 

Camp opened in early September with 50 players attending. Of this number, 1 6 had played with the team last season: they 
provided a strong core upon which to build. Notable additions to the team were Andy Cole, Hugh Bell, and Derrick Cripps (all well- 
known in other Ashbury sports, but new to football) and two students new to Ashbury, Andrew Woodford and Michael Maher, Of 
the original 50, 36 boys stayed throughout the season, including the following members of a very loyal taxi squad: Matt Bums, |eff 
Daugherty, Sean Desjardins, Aleks Hagemen. Rob Kenney, Dave McNaughton. Omar Tareen, Ross Tavel, Ben Valiquette. and Mike 
Valiquette. 

The offense, designed by coach Guarisco was, if nothing else, complex. With 87 plays from which to choose, Andy Nichols could 
exploit opposing defenses either through the air or along the ground. The receiving core of Rick Dubras. Andrew Woodford, Yannick 
Massicotte, and Alfonso Movilla accounted for 12 touchdowns on the season. Andy Woodford played the most entertaining plays of 
the season, turning hitch passes into long gainers, and free-lancing on flanker reverses. On critical plays the offense turned to the 
workhorse. Pat Barlett. Pat was the heart and soul of the offense. He accounted for 84 of the total 191 points scored by the offense 
over the season, Pat. and his backfield partners Waleed Qirbi and Mike Maher. and quarterback Andrew Nicols, combined for 17 
rushing touchdowns Running touchdowns can only be scored when the offensive line is doing its job. Derrick Cripps. )eff Starr, leff 
Hill. Mike Stevenson, Chris Gillin, and IP. Ostiguy deserve recognition for jobs well done. 

The defense used multiple<overage packages and line-formations to confuse opposing offenses. The defensive line was solidly 
anchored - and I mean solidly - by Michael Quamina, Aleks Slawecki, leff Hill, and Chris Penton, These guys, along with outside 
backers Andrew Zollinger. Chris Gillin. and Mike spratt did the dirty work so that the inside linebackers and defensive backs could 
look good. 

Seldom in high school football has a defense had so many talented defensive backs and linebackers. 

Comerbacks Yannick Massicotte, Hugh Bell, and lason Stokes, time and again denied receivers the ball, and provided good run 
support. Defensive halfbacks David Sheehan, Andy Cole, Rick Dubras, safety lustin Robertson, and inside linebackers leff Starr and 
Alfonso Movilla played smash-face football. 

In total the defense recorded eight shut-outs, allowed only two touchdowns to be scored all season, made 1 interceptions, and 
scored 1 6 points of their own. 

On behalf of the entire coaching staff: Allison Deakin. Steve Fretwell, Ken Guarisco, and Bob Gray, I would also like to thank the 
student population, the teaching staff, the administration, and a band of extremely loyal parents for their support. 

Congratulations, boys, on a remarkable season. 

I.H. Deakin 



Junior C^irIs' Volleyball 










BACK left to right: 

A. Wong, C. Mathias. L. Adcock, M. Hall, N. Roohi 

FRONT left to right: 

L. Chatwin, C. Rocha, M. Kirchoff, M. Twain, O. Guillamon. E. Van Alstyne 

Absent: 

B. Lazar 



This year's team welcomed many new members. This meant intense training and hard work during practice (right?! 
right!!) 

A special thanks to Mr. Gray for applying his vast knowledge of strategy — he was coaching and witnessed the girls' 
first win. 

Thank you also to Miss Van Alstyne for her patience and coaching. 



S€NioR QIrIs' Volleyball 




BACK left to right: 

M. Young, I. Napier, M. Pound, T. Crombie. |. Turner, AM. Baribeau, R.B. Napier 

FRONT left to right: 

A. Howard. L. Kreft, 1. Rawiinson, T. Marquardt, L. Mrak 

Absent: 

I. Shum-Mousseau, M. Mousseau 



It was an interesting season for our team, I guess you could say. Seven A.M. practices with ludy and M.M. might 
have affected our playing ability — who knows? 

in Tier I Ottawa Board play, the team made it to the quarter finals, only to lose to Glebe (who, in the end, won the 
Ottawa Board title). Another memory included the Renfrew Tournament, where the team made it to the finals (those 
"congratulations — you-were-a-finalist" prizes sure were tasty, you must admit — who would ever have thought of 
Mars Bars ??!|. Anyway, we must always have fond memories of running pro-sprints up and down the Renfrew School 
halls for game warm-up. (ludy and her innovative warm up ideas), (We had to be concerned about her stress?!] 

Thanks to those newcomers and added to the general havoc (?!) of the team (actually we looked pretty organized 
during the warm-up — sometimes, if it was a good day). Thanks also to those who were always carrying on (Tan, Toni, 
Laura) during games in order to distract (annoy, maybe?) the opposition. Thanks, finally, to the Mousseaus, (two very 
skilled and able coaches), for an enjoyable and memorable season. I hope you found it as interesting as we did. 

Anne Marie Baribeau 



luNioR Boys' BasRettoall 




BACK left to right: 

R.l. Gray, S. Mintsioulis, R. Beattie. M. Stanley, K. Bon, A. Mandy, |. Smith, 

S. Qirbi 

FRONT left to right: 

D. Starr. I. Higginson, M, Derouin. K. Carruthers. T. Hyde, 1. Doherty 

Absent: 

A. Mills, D. Anders 



The lunior Boys played a successful season in the Ottawa High School League winning four games, including a 62-59 
win at Nepean: but unfortunately losing four games. Losses late in the season to Lisgar, and a tough 53-55 loss to 
Glebe, meant another play-off game at Nepean. The junior boys were eliminated 48-70 by a good Nepean team. 
Tournament and Exhibition play resulted in another thirteen wins and seven losses. 

Best wishes to the three graduating players: Rob Beattie. M.V.P. Andy Mills, and Team Captain Kevin Bon. To the 
returning eleven players, it's another one and one for a pro. 



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BACK lert to right: 

A. Sparks. M. Stevenson, H. Bell. A. Baribeau, C. Currie. B. Valiquette. 

R.B. Napier 

FRONT left to right: 

P. McElligott, T. lohnson, D, Iny, T. St. lohn. 1. Starr. A. Movilia 



A very good year of Senior boys basketball topped by a fine fourth place finish at OFSAA A' in Timmins. During the 
regular season, there were some very impressive wins over Hillcrest and Brookfield. and some not so impressive games 
at Lisgar and Woodroffe. An excellent showing at OFSAA was put in by both Chris Currie and Tommy St. lohn. With 
only Topher lohnson and Alphonso Movilia graduating, the prospects for a good year in 1991-92. Shine Bright! The 
team would like to thank Mr. Sparks, for all his time, his leadership, and his hard work all season, and for caring 
enough to make us perform to our best. 



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BACK left to right: 

S.K. Grainger. S. Thomson, M. Guindon, A. Leach, R. Home. K. McMillan, 

C. lohnston, N. Singal, R.B. Napier 

FRONT left to right: 

K. London. M. Cogan, P. Dufour. S. Desjardins. Y Massicotte, |. Robinson, 

1. Riff, G. Durant 



Absent: 

R. Dubras, 1. Hill 



M. Maher 



The Senior Hockey team was. to say the least, in its rebuilding year. Ashbury had been without a senior team for two 
years, and many of us had not played since the lunior School. Quite understandably, we began the year with very 
modest expectations. 

The team was made up of a mixture of players from grades nine to thirteen, with leadership provided by the four 
senior players. Rick Dubras, leff Hill, Marc Guindon, and Mike Maher. We were prepared for a tough season in the 
Ottawa Board Hockey League, and tough competition is what we got. Needless to say, the team, which had suffered 
with the loss of two defensemen who were sidelined by leg injuries, finished with a losing record. However, there was 
steady improvement amongst all the players, and we witnessed the emergence of new young stars like lamie Riff and 
lason Robinson. 

This improvement and growing confidence culminated in a thrilling 5-0 victory over Laurentian in our final game of 
the season. 

The team would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to Mr. Niles for his morale-boosting speeches, Mr. Anderson for his 
dedication, and to Mr. Grainger for his unceasingly patient efforts. 








BACK left to right: 

A. Novick, I. Daugherty, W. Al-Qaraouli. D. Stanley, T. layanama, A. Slawecki. 

M. Valiquette. R. Tickle, P. Carleton 

FRONT left to right: 

Y.P. Ker, M. Shamji, H. lafferally, A. Egan, C. Fleming, R. Singh, A. Cole, X. Fan 



The Ashbury Squash Programme is still going strong, with the addition of many promising new juniors, who picked up 
their racquets for the first time. 

This year the team was able to attend the Bishops Tournament despite their eager anticipation of the event. 
However, the team was lucky enough to have Mrs. Denison. who volunteered her weekend to drive 7 of us down to 
the Selwyn House Tournament. Between Iraqi gas attacks, Aleks' close encounter with the other kind, Akbars Muslim 
medical remedies, "Anik stop your whining" and "10 to what?" We came home with third and fourth place, won by 
Aleks and I.D. respectively, and a piece of hardware for Anik. 

The Ashbury tournament, with over 50 participants was both an enjoyable and exciting event for both novice and 
advanced players. This was the first year in which the squash tournament had house points awarded to all players for 
participation and winnings. Needless to say Newhouse won! The winners were as follows: 
Open — Mr. Deakin 
Intermediate: — Men: Rick Dubras 

— Womens: Anik Egan 
Beginner: — Mens: Andre Baribeau 
— Womens: Lin Tan 
Many thanks to Mrs. Denison, Mr. Ostrom, Ms. Novick and Miss Carleton. 



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BACK left to right: 

D. Starr. K. Carruthers, R. Airey, A. Howard, C. Rogan, P. McElligott, N. Day, 

D. Waldrum, C, Holmes 

FRONT left to right: 

1. Taker, K, Wyatt, M. Belker, F. Caviezel, M. Simmonds. N, Rocheleau. 

1. Taggart, G. Nabwangu 



CROSS-COUNtRy SldiNI5 




Left to right: 

F. Mueller, A. Inch, S. Crombie, P. OLeary, B, Valiquette. R. Airey. A, Baribeau 






TRack aNt) Field 




BACK left to right: 

M. Weatherill, A. Van der Velden, N. Day. D. Waldrum, 

C. Yansouni, A. Nichols. N. Charbonneau. A. Mills 



Craig. G. Scorsone. 



THIRD left to right: 

C. lohnston. S. Patel. Y.P. Ker. S. Kovacs. R. Butler. B. Banijamali, M Hall. 

j. McGilveray. A. Sparks 

SECOND left to right: 

R.i. Gray. A. Mandy. A.M. Baribeau. M. Floyd, M. Bhaumik. A. Egan. 

I. Rawlinson. K. Carruthers. A. Otupiri, B. Merkley 

FRONT left to right: 

M. Quamina, L. Mrak. H. Alyea. A. Howard, P. Bartlett. T. Clark. 

j.j. Rawlinson. A. Movilla 



"The spectator sport for sun-worshippers only." 

Thanks to our coaches. Mr. Gray and Mr. Sparks. Thanks to Mother Nature for co-operating with us (track 
days=sunny days). Regrets to all those long-distance runners who ran in those extreme temperatures. Congratulations 
to all those who made it as far as the regionals. And congratulations to Andy Mills for showing up to all of his races. 
That's it. 

PS. Nice picture. 

Anne Marie Baribeau 



Rowing 




IN BOAT, ielt tu right 

M. Coleridge. C. Holmes. M. Ritchie. V. Chauhan 

HOLDING BOAT: 

T. Pearson 

SITTING ON DOCK, left to right: 

R. Zettel. R, Tickle. E. Stiles, C Gramann. G. Chau. C- Olivier. F. Mueller. A. Koshy, A. DeVries. 

E- Pressman 

STANDING, left to right: 

T. Dawson. 1, Mattel. S. Radforth. N. Mays. M. Morissene, A. Deslauriers. N. Kellet, C. Moreton. 

I. Wisniowski. P, Zambonini, S Heidemann. R, Pearson 

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BACK left to right: 

S. Crombie. F. Lilliehook. S Fayer, A. Patel 

FOURTH left to right: 

D, DiMarino. l.H Humphreys. D. Anders. A. Kane. O, luwah, M. Derouin. S. Murphy 

THIRD left to right: 

T. Hyde. S. Mintsioulis. S. Thomson, W. Fan. X. Fan. A. McLachlin 

SECOND left to right: 

1. Robinson. S. Acharya. B. Kroll. T. Levy. D. Starr. C. Pryor, I Higginson 

FRONT left to right: 

1. Tazi. A. Scorsone. 1. Case. V. Chhura. D. Nabwangu. D. Walsh. I. Nabwangu. D. Chih 



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BACK left to right: 

P.E. Ostrom. |.P. Ostiguy. D. McNaughton. M. Norquay, F. Nabwangu. 

T. Marquardt. I.N. Valentine 

THIRD left to rigfit; 

N. Alikfian, C. Penton, T. Sherwood, R. Kenny, C. Murty. A. Capeilo, M, Blondin 

SECOND left to right: 
O. Tareen, G. Marett, 

FRONT left to right: 
G. Durant. W. Qirbi, 1 



I. Starr, C. Gillin. Y. Massicotte. D. Sebesta, Z. Harding 
Robertson, |. Hill. D. Sheehan, A. Zollinger. 



Absent: 

M. Harris, R. Airey, A. Cole, |. Daugherty, M Maher 



This year's senior rugby had what could be described as a "roller coaster" season. The season started slowly, but 
after a few exhibition matches the team was primed and ready to go. A powerful pack of forwards led by veterans like 
leff Hill. Dave Sheehan. IP. Ostiguy. Omar Tareen and Waleed Oirbi fueled the team to several hard fought victories 
over some of the city's finest sides. The stellar back line also boasted many graduating veterans like lustin Robertson. 
Yannick Massicotte, Mike Harris, Colin Murty, leff Daugerty, and Miaz Ali (whatever]. The veteran lineup was 
complemented very well by some senior rookies, namely Mike Maher, and Andrew "Zolli " Zollinger. This team showed 
great promise in the regular season and at its completion was ranked fifth in the whole of Ottawa-Carleton. A rash of 
injuries, in the seven-a-side tournament, (11 of the starting 15) left the team in disarray. The season drew to a 
premature close with a disappointing loss to a "beatable" team from Ridgemont. All things considered, this season was 
a success in that all the graduating players got an opportunity to, not only play, but also to enjoy themselves and it is 
for that reason that we. as a team, would like to thank Mr, Ostrom for all the work that he put into this year's team. 



S€NiOR C^iRlS SOCC€R 




BACK left tu li^nt. 

A. Carruthers, K. Wyatt, H. Alyea, A.M. Baribeau, L. Spotswood, L. Mrak 

MIDDLE left to right: 

S.K. Grainger. T. Claric, T. Crombie, M. Bhaumik, |. Napier, R.B. Napier 

FRONT left to rigiit: 

N. Roohi, A. Howard. M. Young, M. Pound. S. Hyde, |. Rawlinson 



Tinis year, the senior girls soccer team started fresh. With a new coach, new plays and new optimism, the team 
managed to overcome last year's disappointing finish. Under the expert coaching of Mr. Stuart Grainger, the team 
recorded 1 win (vs De La Salle: 2-0), 1 loss (vs Ridgemont: 1-0) and 4 ties (vs Brookefield, Hillcrest, Glebe, and the top- 
ranked Philemon Wright). Advancing to the quarter-finals. Ashbury was defeated by Glebe (1-0), a strong team that 
went on to win their division finals. 

Thanks to Mr. Grainger for his excellent coaching and patience. Hopefully his frustration at watching soccer balls hit 
goal posts and crossbars will not deter him from leading us next year to a city championship! 



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Concert Band 

BACK left to right; 

D Sebesta. D. Hill. C. Rogan. P. Walkate. 

P. OLeary. S. Reid. L. Tanod 

FOURTH left to right: 

S, Gundy, D Iny, F Hansen. M, Floyd. I. Singh. 

A. Howard. C. Freeman. H. Bell 
THIRD left to right; 

X. Fan. W. Fan. A. Wong. K. London, I. Rager. 

G. Scorsone. K. Bon 

SECOND left to right; 

M. Morrissette. N. Allen. L. Adcock, E. Wilson. 

B. Szafron. A. McLachlin. N. Baylis 
FRONT left to right; 

R. Hopkins, M. Kirchhoff, I. Spratt, V. Chauhan. 
M Bellman. T. Sherwood 
Absent; 

T St. lohn. M. Stevenson. C, Currie. M. McLaine. 
C Stuart-Bell. A. Howard. A. Otupiri. M. Young. 
M. Bhaumik. B. Merkley. S. Hyde. S. Acharya. 
N. Roohi. D DiMarino. IVl. Diggins. |. Perez. 
I. Robinson. R. Ruparelia. A. Scorsone. 
K. Axelsson. R. Zrudlo 



lazz Band 

P. Walkate. A. Howard. I Singh, I Rager, 
C. Freeman. K. Bon. A. Wong. H Bell. 
T Sherwood. I. Stokes, D. Iny. D Sebesta. 
C. Rogan. D, Hill, B, Barber. L, Tanod 

Absent; 

T St lohn, M. McLaine 




Choir 

BACK left to right; 

K, Bon. B. Szafron. I Singh. P. Walkate. I. Vaccani. 

L, Tanod 

FIFTH left to right; 

O, Fisher, A, Baribeau, A, Howard, O, Tong, 

S. Crombie. D, Stanley, B. Valiquette. 

M Weatherill 

FOURTH left to right; 

A. Yuen. P, O Leary, K. London. M, Valiquette. 

A, Kirchhoff. R, Khan, S, Reid. C, Mercer 

THIRD left to right; 

G Chau, A, Barton, A, Howard, M. Kirchhoff. 

C Brown, L, Mrak, C, Freeman. M. Norris 

SECOND left to right; 

L Baylin. A, Wong, |, Yang, M Keriakos, N. Roohi. 

I Wildhaber, C. Brisson. T Crombie. I Turner. 

S, Campbell 

FRONT left to right; 

T Saleh. U Wallace. A, Cho, D. Woolcombe. 

M Halil. K Green, K. Halii. L, Hageman, 

A Whitney, A Laverdure 

Absent; 

M, Bhaumik. E. Stiles. A, Rocheleau, A.M. Baribeau. 

A Carruthers. P Reilly. M Diggins. C. Lloyd 



Music at Ashbury 

The music department at Ashbury 
had a most successful year, exhibiting 
the largest concert band and choir yet 
seen at the school. The music season 
started with the fail concert held in the 
school gymnasium, featuring a large 
array of small groups, as well as the 
choir and concert and jazz bands. The 
winter term marked the annual Choir 
Trip to Toronto for the Independent 
Schools Music Fesitval, as well as 
participation in the National Capital 
)azz Festival, where the school earned 
two silver awards. In the Kiwanis Music 
Festival, great success was also 
encountered, with a large number of 
first and second placings. 

The highlight of the year was the 
Centennial Celebration weekend in 
May. The bands were actively involved 
in providing music at both the 
Lobsterfest and the fair, while the choir 
performed at the plaque-laying 
ceremony. The high point of this 
weekend was. without a doubt, the 
Centennial Concert held in the Chateau 
Laurier. which featured many returning 
alumni groups, as well as the choirs 
performance of Gloria', the piece 
commissioned for the Centennial, and 
Josh Ragers Centennial Song'. 

Thus, the music department had one 
of its most successful seasons ever. A 
warm thanks to Mr. Tanod and Mr. 
Merritt for their hard work, support 
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Don't eat yellow snow. 
Dont talk to strangers. 
Don't eat broken glass. 
Don't roll in poison ivy. 

(Fun for a while, but dire consequences.) 
Don't run with scissors. 
Don't let Enid near your dog. 
If it turns you on, use it. 
Show restraint. Sometimes. 
Don't talk in the library. 
Don't fall asleep under farm machinery. 
Don't lick fast moving vehicles. 
Don't eat utensils. 

Don't mix hairy protein with artificial sweeteners 
Don't exercise at least three times a week. 
Don't try liposuction with your Hoover. 
Don't play with your food. 
Don't get caught. 

Listen to your mothers. Sometimes. 
Support new talent. 
Shoes before pants. 
Pants before underwear. 
Underwear before shower. 
Shirt before deoderant. 
Stay home and watch DeGrassi. 




Theatre Ashbury Celebrates A Decade 

One of the goals of Theatre Ashbury has been to instill in cast and crew members a desire to achieve excellence. 
Each member of the theatre maintains the commitment to reach this goal through many hours of disciplined rehearsals. 
The audiences of Theatre Ashbury productions have enjoyed the benefits of such dedication throughout the last ten 
years. 

Listed below are the titles which represent hours of dedication from students, faculty, and parents. As with every 
other successful aspect of this College, productive longevity stems from the spirit of the involved human beings. With 
pride we review the last ten years of work: with pleasure we look to the future of this celebrated troupe. 



The History of Theatre Ashbury 



1. 


The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch 


1981 


LL. Rosenberg 


2. 


The Ledge, the Ledger and the Legend 


1982 


Paul Elliott 


3. 


Constantinople Smith 


1982 


Charles 1. Mee Ir. 


4. 


The Lord of the Flies 


1982 


Original Adaptation 


5. 


The Proper Perspective 


1983 


Warren Graves 


6. 


Babel Rap 


1983 


John Lazarus 


7. 


rll Be Back Before Midnight 


1983 


Peter Colley 


8. 


Piper 


1984 


Peter Mclean 


9. 


Avalon 


1984 


Peter Mclean 


10. 


Equus 


1985 


Peter Shaffer 


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Chief Shaking Spear Rides Again 


1985 


Warren Graves 


12. 


One Tiger to a Hill 


1986 


Sharon Pollock 


13. 


The Real Inspector Hound 


1986 


Tom Stoppard 


14. 


One Flew Over the Cuckoo' s Nest 


1987 


Dale Wasserman 


15. 


Equus 


1988 


Peter Shaffer 


16. 


The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch 


1988 


R.L. Rosenberg 


17. 


A Streetcar Named Desire 


1989 


Tennessee Williams 


18. 


litters 


1990 


David French 


19. 


My Three Angels 


1990 


Sam and Bella Spewack 


20. 


The Crucible 


1991 


Arthur Miller 



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Matthew Buchan 
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Sam Mallal 
Alex Menzies 
Jonathan Moore 
Matthew Parkinson 
Michael Peters 
Alistair Price 
Shamus Rask 
Nicolas Seppala 
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Ashbury's Outdoor Ed. program, designed to get us out of the city and adventuring in a more natural environment is 
a contingent factor in the development of well-rounded Ashburians. 

Outdoor Ed. would not exist without the dedication and experience of the staff here at the College. This year, we say 
goodbye in particular to several student leaders. Ozan isinak. Adam Auer. and Rick Dubras, alumni of the old grade 1 1 
Outdoor Ed. course, who contributed hours of their time and patience to keep the trips running smoothly. 

This year, a new module program was introduced, where each trip was categorized as Gold, Silver, or Bronze. This 
put an end to the compulsory participation of PE classes, and replaced the grade 1 1 course, but allowed more students 
to get involved regardless of age or skill level. In this very successful first year, the Gold trips were especially 
challenging, but every trip was fun and worth the effort. 

"Hey. I think 1 got a tan." 

"No. that's just dirt: it'll wash off." 

"Somewhere in these very woods is a now very fat rodent waddling around with a bloated stomach that contains all 
the food we were supposed to eat over the next 3 days." 

"You know... It's funny, I don't see any raisins OR peanuts in our CORP. I guess this is Good Ol' Chocolate and 
Gummies. GOCG. 1 can't even SAY it, let alone EAT it. " 




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Once upon a time, several avid skiers set sail for a two week tour de France. Fourteen days of mace, Kronenbourg. powder, cliffs, 
sun. and French cuisine have left us with memories we would never relinquish. 

Along with tours of Paris by Ben Herique and spring skiing at "Les Arcs." and ' U Plagne." we managed to sleep for half as many 
hours as we spent traversing the slopes. When our trip had finally ended, we had all changed drastically: 

- ISABELLE had managed to keep up with the boys — MIKE finally met the "gyrator" 

- j.D. had been chased around by every man in France - OMAR purchased four million dollar Oakleys 

- RICHARD had achieved his introspective journey — LIBBY and lULlE had savoured every beer in France ever brewed 

- ZOLL had gotten lots of sleep - MATT still had the bandana around his leg - BRUCE had a waxed crayon - TYLER had VENUS 

- CHRISTIAN had a face the size of Santas - TRISH and ADAM. ..were they on the trip? 

We would like to extend our warmest regards to "Big Red" and her tragic death. No. seriously.. .thanks so much to Doc. his wife. 
Therese and of couse GUY for helping us out. And Guy — we all hope the leg heals soon. 

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"I seem to attract deformed things." — Mala Bhaumik 

"I've got Dutes. Brutes." — Irish Reilly 

"A Wani Wani Woo. A Wani." — Katarina Axelsson 

"This third leg thing is overrated." - Alice Barton 

"I love wearing shorts on my head. Actually. 1 love wearing underwear on my head." — Andy Cole 

"Bang. I'm done." — W.E. Stableford 

"Uh...i don't know. Ma'am" — Sue Campbell 

"But WHO is Kurtz?!" - T. Zrudlo 

"Adam, you're not stupid or irresponsible, you're just incompetent." — N.I. 

"You know the water's warm when the fish don't bite. WHOA. I wonder what that means... It was deep " — G.R. Varley 
"Sorry I'm late but I was walking around the school in circles of ever decreasing radius and I had to wait until 1 got 

close enough to grab hold of a door or something... " — R. Nelms 
"I don't understand. ..what's 'hung like a sailor', and what's "hung like a bear'?.. .what's the difference?" — 1. Wildhaber 

"Robbie Nelms is the reason that Pascals is going out of business." — M. Valiquette 

"O.K., so you can find a car and take it all apart: you'll find a tire, an engine, headlights etc... and you know some of 
these parts belong to the car... but do they contain' carness '?" — some philosopher 

"Bump me motherload!" — T. Reilly 
"Can we talk? " - l.K. 
"Who's the slut in the purple dress?" — various people 

"Please, don't kill anybody, and don't antagonize the neighbours." — K.D.N. 
"Is there anyone here from curling to make an announcement?" — R.IA. 
'"Kill the Pig. Drink his blud. " — an Ashbury Thespian 
"Yo Beck. If we be playin' chess. 1 be BLACK... No WAY I be touchin' dem HONKY pieces." - A. Mills 



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.repeating SNL sketches isn't THAT funny? 

.third legs are actually highly underrated? 

.Alice Barton is a poophead? 

.Mel's Diner doesn't "hold the chunks"? 

.Waleed lost his bet with Andy? 

.plagiarism will get you everywhere? 

.I've fallen and I can't get up? 

.1 feel better than lames Brown? 

..Fidel Castro is really sexy? 

..that Zoe Quinn-Phillips does not attend Ashbury College? 

..Pat Bartlett is DEEP? 

..Marc W. has chest hair? 

,.Lin has a brain? (trick question - Lin doesn't have a brain) 

..PAT is female? 

..Libby likes disco? 

..there are people outside stealing the picnic tables? 

..I'm accustomed to a smooth ride, or maybe I'm a dog 

who's lost its bite? 
..Sunny gets sunnier day by day by day by day by day 

by day bom pom, bom pom? 
..Robbie watches Night Ride? 
..Smegma is reality? 
..Christine Smith studied photography? 
..Oliver Fisher drives his car to school? 



...Tom Dawson likes the name lenny? 
...Yearbooks usually have an advertising section? 
...Andrew A. is a fabulous dancer? 
...there are FOUR Nabwangus? 
...Andy Cole is a sweetie-pie/closet feminist? 
...Enid ran a photo club? 
...Omar was Head Boy? 
...Sam had his chest waxed? 
...Nadia was bom on the Night of the Living Dead? 
...|eff Hill just runs that way? 
...Andy wrote his own speech? 
...Andre Baribeau thinks his jokes are funny? 
...Dean B. owes Bassel his little finger? 
...you can't expect Kenny to pay you back? 
...lulie Napier has a contagious laugh? 
...Alexia Forrester is coming BACK? 
...Guy is thinking of giving up skiing to resume teaching? 
...DOC lost his POTTIE PASS^ 
...Shawn Grisim is a sensitive new-age guy? 
...Cindy Gramann isn't? 

...Dino Di Marino has male chauvinist tendancies? 
...Michael Sullivan's middle name is Patrick? 
...Ashbury staff are basically repressed personalities who 
seek solace in bizarre forms of escapism: 



ANdy R€tiR€S 



In looking through the files last week I came across some most interesting 
correspondence, dated )une 3rd, 1954. It was a letter from the Headmaster, 
Ronald Perry, to a Board [\4ember. Colonel Roger Rowley, who was living in 
England. It went like this... "If you think there is any possibility of finding a 
good man with Physical Education and Cadet background we would be 
prepared to start him at $2,000 plus fare to Canada — to start 1st September. 

There was a reply, 20th luly 1954. 

"... I am interviewing a potential candidate, Mr. R.|. Anderson, on Saturday 
morning... I think I ought to remind you that all these P.T. instructors have a 
long background of military life in the British Forces. Their duties require them 
to be austere and to demand a high standard of discipline from those under 
instruction. Within these limitations, however, they should possess a normal 
personality". 

The next cable went like this: 

"Interviewed R.|. Anderson, single. 25. highly qualified graduate of Army PT 
Corps with six years service, of good character". 

So the story of thirty-seven years of dedication and splendid contribution to 
Ashbury began. 

Yes. Ray was a firm disciplinarian, well schooled in dealing with young 
people and he had high expectations of his students. Ray Anderson held his 
views strongly and was not at all shy in expressing them forcefully. However, 
in spite of his tough and. at times, unyielding exterior, Ray Anderson has a 
real soft spot in his heart for Ashbury students. A superb memory, even now. 
enables him to recognize, almost instantly, students of years gone by. His 
students respect him and admire him and even today, our younger gym 
teachers marvel at his personal fitness and his skills in gymnastics which are the envy of younger colleagues. By the 
way. he does have a normal personality, in fact, as you come to know him. it is a warm and generous personality with 
perhaps a rather direct way of going about things. With Ray Anderson things are up front and straightforward. 

Ray has carried out all sorts of tasks which fall loosely into the job description of Athletic Director. He has coached 
all sort:s of sports, even some about which he really knew very little, he drives buses, he marks fields and has organized 
countless track and field events and sports fixtures of every kind. His organisational skills and careful administration 
have been of enormous benefit to the school over a long period of time. Ray is fondly remembered and admired by 
countless alumni who have passed through the school. I have found him to be a loyal and highly committed member 
of staff with a strong personal commitment to Ashbury. He has been a splendid Residence Housemaster, with a keen 
sense of personal devotion to those students under his care. 

Today, after thirty-seven years, Ray Anderson is retiring from the faculty. In September, he will take on some 
administrative responsibilities and ease into retirement. I am sure that Ray's connection with Ashbury will still have 
many years left in it. Later in the year, the school will pay more formal tribute to Ray and his wife, Eve. for their 
wonderful contribution to this school. It would be remiss of me. today, if we did not stop and pay tribute to this 
wonderful servant of Ashbury College who has made a marvellous contribution to the school over a period of thirty- 
seven years. 

Roy B. Napier 
Closing Day 
15 \une. 1991 




PGNtacosta's At^veNtuRe 

My name is Pentacosta 

I'm drowning. 

drowning in a sea 

of discontent. I Thrash about 

wildly, trying to stay afloat. 

but it is useless: 

I wear lead underpants 

Down I go. sinking deeper and 
deeper. I become surrounded 
by Sea Monkeys wearing 
fruited hats and Groucho glasses. 
They taunt me. throwing mangoes at 
my nose, and cinnamon in my eyes 

They say. "We don't want the world. 
We just want your spleen. " 
(Another barrage of fruit follows) 

Then, falling upwards into the dark, 

I ask myself: 

Nipples on men. Why'' 

What would HELL be like if the devil wore pastels? 

if you see a man wearing a t-shirt that says "SEXY GRAMPA" 

should you run? 

What is order without chaos? 

What is the sheep without the wolf? 

What is CHiPs without Eric Estrada? 

I remembered watching Phil Donahue, 

when his guest, a nudist skinhead single working mother 

spontaneously combusted 

I think how love is like a snowmobile skidding across the 

snow-covered tundra: it suddenly flips over, 

and pins you underneath. 

(The earth spins a little faster.) 

by Cfiristian Moreton and Paul Zambonmi 







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List 



Year I (Grade 9) The Prizes for Academic Proficiency 

English Stephen Mintsioulis 

French Woitek Giziewicz 

Mathematics Thomas Dawson 

The Social Sciences (History. Geography and Geographie) 

San jay Aggarwal 
The Ashbury Guild Merit Award for diligence, effort and 
greatest improvement 

Honourable Mention: Xavier Fan. Ricky Singh 
Awarded to: Daniel Huang, Ben Merkley 

The Ashbury Proficiency Award for highest standing in 
Year I 

Honourable Mention: Xavier Fan 
Awarded to: Sanjay Aggarwal 

Year II (Grade 1 01 The Prizes for Academic Proficiency 
English Zoe Allen 

French |The iobling Prize) 

Megan Simmonds 
Mathematics (The Snelgrove Memorial Prize for Middle 
School Math) Xavier Fan 

General Science Winston Fan 

Geography Matthew Labarge 

History Matthew Labarge 

Histoire lonathan Lavoie-Copeland 

The Ashbury Guild merit Award for diligence, effort 
and greatest improvement 

Honourable Mention: Larry Van. Matthew Labarge 
Awarded to: Katarina Axelsson. Rebecca 

Hopkins 
The Ashbury Proficiency Award for highest standing 
Year 2 

Honourable Mention: Winston Fan 
Awarded to: lamie Riff 

Year III (Grade 1 1) The Prizes for Academic 
Proficiency 

English Allison Whitney 

History (Adam Podharsky Memorial Prize) 

Allison Whitney 
Biology Anne-Marie Baribeau 

Mathematics ||, Martyniuk Prize for Mathematics) 

Andrew Aye 
Chemistry Andrew Aye 

Litterature Contemporaine 

Emma Comeau 
French TIE lenmfer Thomas, Monica Kirchhoff 

Geography Monica Kirchhoff 

The Ashbury Guild Merit Award for diligence, effort and 
greatest improvement 

Honourable Mention: Tommy St lohn. Mona Belker 
Awarded to: Christine Brown, Leanne Smith 

The Ashbury Proficiency Award for highest standing in 
Year "i 

Honourable Mention: Simon Dawes 
Awarded to: Annie-Marie Baribeau 

Years I. 2 or 3 

Genera] Prizes for Academic Proficiency 
Business Keyboarding lean -Sebastian Blanchette 
Business Accounts Robert Beattie 

English as a Second Language (for improvement) 
(Open to students yrs 1-5) 

Katarina Axelsson 
German - for improvement and progress 

Monica Kirchhoff 
Spanish - for Improvement and progress 

Leanne Smith 
Latin - for excellence Simon Dawes 
Ontario Independent Schools Association Latin Sight 
Contest: Senior Division 3rd Place Finish 

Simon Dawes 
Art (for diligence and highest standing in Years 1-2) 

Andre Kirchhoff 
Art (for diligence and highest standing in Years 3-4) 

Jennifer Thomas 
Music: Intermediate (Years 1-2) — for excellence 

Brennan Szafron 
The Music Prize for Original Composition and )azz 
Performance )osh Rager 

Computer Studies Year 2 - Cliff lohnston 

Year 3 - Matthew Coleridge 
The lunior School Awards 

The Ashbury Guild merit awards for diligence, effort 
and greatest improvement 
Awarded to: Form 5 L johan Berggren 

Form 6V Christopher Mitchell 
Form 7K David Badian 
Form 7S Michael Peters 
Form 7V Robin Wilkinson 
Form 8S Matthew Tattersfield 
Form 8H lohnny Huang 
Form 8M (the lohn Michael Hllllard Memorial Award) 
for Merit in Grade 8 Andrew Riff 
The Irene Woodbum Wright Music Award 

TIE Blair Ritchie, lohnny Huang 
The junior School Prize for French 

lean-Sebastian Blanchette 
The junior School Prize for Overall Excellence 
in English Blair Ritchie 



The junior School Prize for Art (Grades 5-7) - Proficiency 

David Huang 
The McLean Choir Prize 

lonathan Moore 
English as a Second Language (for Improvement) 

Sebastian Kaminski 
The lunior School Drama Prize for Excellence 
in the Performing Arts I Drew Losos, 2 lean Claude Lize 
Richard BurreU Drama Award: for excellence in 
Technical or Supporting Roles In the lunior School 

Tyler Hargreaves 
The Charles Gale Prize for lunior School Public 
Speaking Gregor Nelson 

The lunior School Prize for Highest Standing in Grade 8 
Mathematics Matthew Merkley 

The Coyne Prize for Improvement In French 

Matthew Tattersfield 
Polk Prize for Poetry Reading 

Shamus Rask 
Ottawa Mathematics Olympics Ashbury College Team 
placed 1st for the Private Schools in the Ottawa Regional 
Mathematics Olympics 
Grade 8 Lindsay Watt 

Grade 7 Alykhan Shamji 

Year IV (Grade 12) 
Prizes for Academic Proficiency 
Geography (The Pemberton Prizel 

Richard Mendis 
History (The Brain Prize) 

leff Stan- 
Philosophy Adam Auer 
Business Studies Ted Sherwood 
Physics leff Singh 
English (Robert G, Mcxjre Memorial Prize) 

Kevin Bon 
Mathematics (The Dr. 01 Firestone Prize for 
Mathematics) Kevin Bon 

Music — Senior — for excellence (Years 111. IV. V) 

Kevin Bon 
French (The Fiorenza Drew Memorial Prize) 

TIE Caroline Brisson, Kevin Bon 
Spanish TIE Melanie Quevlllon, Caroline Brisson 

The Ashbury Guild Merit Award for diligence, effort and 
greatest improvement 

Honourable Mention: Lisa Baylln. Philip Walkate 
Awarded to: Caroline Brisson, Geb Marett 

Year V (Grade 1 3) 

The Prizes for Academic Proficiency 
English OAC I (The George Drew Memorial Prize) 

Kevin McMillan 
History Kevin McMillan 

German Kevin McMillan 

Writer's Craft OAC 11 - for the student who most 
successfully blended creativity and discipline throughout 
the year Leigh Spotswood 

French (The Ovendon Prizel 

lean-Philippe Vaccani 
Sociology lustin Robertson 

Classics Kevin London 

Biology Adam Auer 

Physics (the Ekes Memorial Prize) 

Adam Auer 
Chemistry TIE Marissa Haiil, lohn Craig 

Geography lohn Craig 

Honourable Mention: lonah Bonn, Geb Marett 
Mathematics (the M. Marland Prize) 

Oliver Fisher 
Economics Oliver Fisher 

Computer Studies leff Singh 
The lohn K.B. Robertson Shield for proficiency and 
creativity in Yr 5 Art Michael Spratt 
The Ashbury Guild Merit Award for diligence, effort and 
greatest improvement 
Honourable Mention: Tarek El-Abbadi 
Awarded to: Patricia Reilly, Isabelle Wlldhaber 

The lunior School: Special Awards 
The David Polk Sr. Award to a boy who is gentle 
honest and freindly and who possesses a conscience which 
allows him to present only his best work. 

Rory Capem 
The Benko Memorial Shield — for outstanding 
contribution to the spirit of lunior School Boarding Life at 
Ashbury College lohnny Huang 

The Pltfleld Shield for lunior School Inter-House 
Competition 

Senior Captains Ben Storey 

lunior Captain Michael Nicolini 

The Aylwin Cup lunior Track and Field Champion 

Andrew Davis 
The lunior School Sportsman's Cup for Greatest 
contnbution to Athletics 

Brent McKinlay 
The Stephen Clifford Memorial Cup for Greatest 
Contribution to the House in the lunior School 

Ben Storey 



The Bernard Deslauriers Memorial Shield awarded to 

an unassuming Grade 7 student who best represents the 
quality of courage in accepting the challenge to offer his 
very best in a variety of endeavours. 
David Badian 

The Woods Shield (The lunior School Award of Merit, for 
academic, character and extra<urTlcular contribution) 
Blair Ritchie 

General Proficiency Awards for Highest Academic 

Standing In: 

Awarded to: Form 5L Young Fan 

Form 6V Michael Gagnon 

Form 7K Darren Prevost 

Form 7S Alykhan Shamji 

Form 7V lean-Claude Lize 

Form 8S Matthew Parkinson 

Form 8H lohnny Huang 

Form 8M Andrew Losos 

Senior School: Special Awards 

The Dr. |.L. Ablack Memorial Prize for Mathematics In 

recognition of outstanding involvement and achievement 
in and contribution to Mathematics at Ashbury 
Kevin Bon 

The Cllve Baxter Memorial Prize in Contemporary 
History and Public Affairs 

Oliver Fisher 

The Senior School Drama Award (for excellence in 

the Performing Arts) 

TIE Gabriela Hahn, Alistair Price 
Best Supporting Actor/Actress Award: Awarded in honour 

of the entire cast of One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest 
Francois Nabwangu 

The Richard BurreU Drama Award (for excellence in 
Technical or Supporting Roles) 

iosh Rager 

The Frank Holllngton Memorial Award: For dedication 
and enthusiasm in Threatre Ashbury donated by the cast 
of Equus' 1988 Matthew Labarge 

"The Student Body" Award for commitment to the 
student newspaper Robbie Nelms. Tan Cromble 

Gary Homing Memorial Shield: For Senior Public 
Speaking Sam Chandan 

The Senior School Music '82 Award (for outstanding 
involvement and achievement In and contribution to Music 
at Ashbury) leff Singh 

Honourable Mention: Philip Walkate Anthony Howard 

The Centennial Choir Prize for excellent participation and 
outstanding performance in the Senior Choir. 

Enid Stiles 

Canadian Merit Scholarship Foundation: Outstanding 
Nominee Citation for character, community service and 
leadership potential Adam Auer 

The Community Service Award 

Isabelle Wildhaber 
lodi-Lynn Martel 

The Boarders Shield — Awarded to the Senior student 
who has contributed the most to the enhancement of 
boarding life at Ashbury College 

Michael Ouamina 

The Charles Rowley Booth Trophies (for the greatest 

achievement in Year IV athletics (while displaying academic 
competence) 

Boys leff Stan- 

Girls TIE lulie Napier, Megan Pound 

The 1977 Cup presented by the graduation class of 1977 
to be awarded to the year 5 student who has contributed 
most to the character and spirit of Ashbury College 
TIE Anik Egan, Waleed Oirbi 

The Nelson Shield Annually awarded to the Captain of 
the school in recognition of leadership and devotion to duty 
Andrew Nichols 

The Southam Cup and The Beardsmore Trophy for the 
greatest achievement in Athletics (while displaying 
academic competence In Year 5) 
Boys leff Hill 

Girls Liza Mrak 

The Wilson Shield for Senior School Inter-House 

Competition 

Head of House lustin Robertson-Connaught 

The Governor General's Award for Highest Standing In 

Year V 

Kevin McMillan 

The Guild Medal presented to the runner up to the 
Governor Generals Award 

Isabelle Wildhaber 







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Centennial Events 



School Year 1990-lQQl 



January 23 



Student Centennial Kick-off 



February 16 



Victorian Midwinter Ball and Auction 



February 21-23 



Junior Centennial Basketball Tournament 



Marcti 2 



Alumni Basketball Tournament 



April 5-7 



Alumni Centennial Hockey Tournament 



April 19 



School Year 1991-1QQ9 



Ashibury Dinner Theatre Night 



. 100 Years Birthday Bash Weekend 



May 10 



• Lecture Luncheon 1 1 :30 a.m. 

At the National Arts Centre Speaker: Robert MacNeil '49. 

• First Half Century Club Dinner 6:30 p.m. 

At the Rideau Club Open to pre-Class of 1951 alumni. 

• Spring Concert 7:30 p.m. 

In the Adam Room of the Chateau Laurier Hotel. 



May 11 



• Tours of the School 1 1 :00 a.m. 

• Alumni Buffet Luncheon 12:00 noon 

Speaker: Tony German 

• Lunch for Spouses of Alumni 12:00 noon 

At the National Gallery 

• Alumni Softball and Ruby Games 2:00 p.m. 

• Lobsterfest6:30p,m 



May 12 



Plaque Dedication 1 :30 p.m. 

At the corner of O'Connor and Wellington Streets. 

Birthday Celebration 3:00 p.m. 

RCMP Musical Ride. Yesterday Theme, Open-air bond. 
Choir performance. School tours. Dinner, 
Games. Huge birthday cake 



• Closing Ceremonies 

• Centennial Grad Dance 

• Alumni Golf Tournament 



Alumni Foil Weekend 



October 18 



• Lecture Luncheon 11:30 a.m. 

At the National Arts Centre Speaker Donald MocDonald '48. 

• Headmaster's Reception 6:00 p.m. 

For Classes of 1 966 and 1 98 1 

• Casino Night 8:00 p.m. 

In the Ashbury gymnasium. Beer, raffle, hot roost beef dinner. 

• Roy Anderson Roast 8:00 p.m. 

In the Ashbury dining room 



October 19 



Football and Soccer Games 10:00 a.m. 

students versus Old Boys, 

Lunch 

Beer and burgers 

Tours of the School 

Black Tie Evening Gala 8:00 p.m. 

At the Museum of Natural Sciences, 



October 20 



Alumni Chapel Service 

Followed by coffee and rolls 



November 8-10 



• Ashbury College Antique Fair 



December 1 



Final Centennial Celebrations 




1891-1991 
Celebrating 100 Years 



It is f ittiNQ, trjis yean, tYiat we pay special atteNtioN to tl7€ 
llistony of Aslibuny. WlieN <5-P- WoollcoMbe stanteO tl7e scl700l 
ONe liuNOueD yeans ago lie tjao a veuy kecN visioN iN MiNt) — 
as QuoteD iN tl7e DoMiNiON lllustiiateb of 1891. 

..Xlie puiMany aiM of tlie SCI700I is "qeNeual cultune" aNO tfje 
"Edl ROUND" DevelopMCNt tt7at puoMOtes tlie IiiqJiest type of 
cliaRacten"... 

1 believe tljat Q.P. WooIIcoMbe's visioN lias worn veRy well 
wittj tlie passage of tiivie. Mattfiew ArnoiO saiD "MiRacles 00 NOt 
l7app€N" It is tl7RouQl7 tl7e Ijatit) worJc Of WoollcoMbe, liis staff 
aNt> succeeDiNQ Q€N€RatioNS of tjeatJiviasteRS, boaR£»s of 
QoveRNORS aNO teacl7eRS, oveR ONe tjuNOReD yeaRS, tliat tl7€ 
paRticulaR MissioN of tlie SCI700I I7as ReMaiNeD substaNtially 
UNCl7aNQ€t). CeRtaiNly, tl7e visioN lias bRoaDeNeD, tlie l70RizoNS 
l7ave expaN&eO, electRONic qaDqetRy aND coMputeRS aNb tlie 
like, I7ave pRopeRly OispIaceD tlje qowns, caNes aNO tlie clialk 
Oust. I Doubt if tJieRe t7as beeN substaNtial cIjaNqe iN teRMS of 
OUR goals Of eDucatiON as tljey aRe now populaRly caUleO. 
"CoOay, we woulO Develop our MissiON stateMeNt iN teRMS of 
PROviDiNQ a libeRal eDucatiON aND tlie DevelopMeNt Of tlie 
wliole iNDiviDual. Not sucl7 a faR CRy fROM Q.P.'s visioN of I891. 

Asl7buRy lias a life Of its own — our Dsdly RoutiNe, our 
SCI700I RituaUs. OUR t7opef ully civilizeD society wl^icli is fRaMeD, 
NOW, iN a MUCJ7 MORC cultuRally DiveRse CaNaDa, aRe paRt aND 
paoicel Of tl7at life. Wliat of tJ7e MCMORies aND tRaDitioNS? Well, 
tRaDitioNS aRe iivipoRtaNt — tlieRe aRe qooD tRaDitioNS aND, 
peRl7aps tliose tliat aRe NOt so qooD. We Do eNJoy our tRaDitioNS 
Of excelleNce iN acaDeMics, spoRts, tl7e aRts aND tliese aRe Most 
iMpoRtaNt eleM€Nts Of tl7e fibRe Of ttje SCI700I. We Do celebRate 
OUR fouNDiNQ IN tlie ANQlicaN tRaDitiON takiNQ caRef ul Note of 
trje cultuRal DiveRsity of our stuDeNt boDy wl7icJ7 is tlie Reality 
Of tlie 1 96o's. But tlie Real esseNce of tl7€ sctiool is Xtje PEOPLE 
OF "CHE SCHOOL. Our liistORy is a Rictj onc — we crjCRisI? it as 
a lieRitage fROM past qeNCRatiONS aND I70ID it as a tRust f or 
f utuRe qeNeRatioNS of stuDeNts. 




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