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x?5i'g"'E,t 'I-:vga ,n,y.,,:,-E.-.31- ' 1' ', F iii 'YV 4 I 3: S:- , f il 1 I 1 4 a F , I 1, Q, l 1 1 1 I 4 1 1 ! X i N 5 E U L I 5 I 5 1 . Wd, fwwgqv ,Q f,-Pd 1,fQ'7'P2j Qyglxf UMHNN FUWWUQ fx? . , , ,,,, -,,A..,,A-.,..g...-Y J?- wewbifl XOQ5' 654 UK O X Q 9 Qxcdijvo Shi 1 N .Wig Mff wif My Diff 7-G FI PQCxl 'm,'QQ me f f - 'Qi' .BQJI gg BUSP y-fckhr, Cl, an Q 53 'V .9065 FATF Pvfbumezg 3 Lov- 7fI,Q. ABINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 1 972 ORACLE Abington, Pennsylvania The breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of life is in the wind. . . X L CONTENTS REALITIES PAGE 5 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY PAGE 33 SPORTS PAGE 79 ACTIVITIES PAGE 109 SENIORS PAGE 169 ADVERTISEMENTS PAGE 311 INDEX PAGE 326 ' Tigf 1-nc, wig A 9 Qr"'K For every thing there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven A time to love The beach is deserted with the exception of two misty figures beyond the third piling. The sand is smooth, untouched, it remains undisturbed in the absence of a summer breeze. The small waves, breaking slowly to greet the cool sands, and the still, gray sky reflect the calm of the early morning. A lone gull passes over the heads of a small group which treads the virgin sand and assembles near the water's edge. An atmosphere of deep reverence prevails. The two distant figures approach in curiosity, their fishing disturbed by the odd appearance of the intruders. Traces of puzzlement appear in the austere, weather-beaten faces. They are silent in a clumsy manner as they place their equipment down, watching in amazement as the minister clears his throat. The ceremony begins as he speaks of the fulfillment and beauty of love. In the tranquility of the early morning the souls of the small congregation are touched by the realization of the words that are spoken. Pinkish streaks blend slowly with the muted gray of the sky. The vows are spoken as the first delicate rays stream past the broad shoulders of the clergyman, radiating the joy already present in the faces of the young couple before him. The responses are hardly audible, so overwhelming is the intensity of their love paired with the awesome splendor of nature. As the couple embrace, the fishermen brush the tears from their wrinkled faces and a distant gullis cry greets the newly arisen sun . . . 7 W. A r it V, -b , W K, 5 1 li ' R., ga 1 71. 2 Eg +1 , R. , L25 q gif is K i 1, ' 1 f, sf: 1 if 4 Q 52 14 ' if Q ii' J f ' aff' A time to help and a time to heal A time for silence A stroll across the long and lonely beach with only the sounds of the ocean rumbling amidst those ofthe salty sea breezes. Sandpipers running, racing to escape the wetness of a wave. Not far away a tiny crab scurries to its home beneath the sand. Footprints of people that no longer hold any identity line the shore with design. The remains of a sandcastle scattered, once towering and majestic, now destroyed by the perilous tide. All the business has died. What was once crowded and noisy is now lonely, quiet and peaceful. Kim Yulsman and cz time to I ,,f,": 'S vs 213'1'a gf tix . kiwig, W K' ' , .1 fg. '- H03 , 1. ,S A ,L ug' mf 3? 12322 to .speak A time to seek J. ' Wm 19" ' My E Jn. R V d,,4nW., .I 3 x.. xv M 3' wil w- w . K' 3, - M All lllllllllllllll 'lllllllllllllll ',f1,,, lllllllll N and cz time to lose , Q--W. im, 1 W 2 E S.. E s f. i xx 1 Ax -1 1 r - -pf X ,f The old man grappled with his memories, trying desperately to recall the days ofhfs youth, lost now in time's journey. A thought of win ter's bitter coldness passed through his mind bringing back the face of his brother so dear, so young, renowned only in life, not death. The recollection brought tears, and with a quiet sigh the old man 's life sifted through his memories and he became merely one of them, renowned only in death, not life. Vicki Waterman 'N LUN-,fc l,IfF .mv M, ,. sly " ,,,,,. tlii 1 1 t c, My ,, 24, -K1 f,,, f W .fff,,t,A:,, K , t Q i "' ,p'7"""Wvfz W gww A time to weep and cz time to laugh winds-:qt v iii ww Y f ,ug 4 a time to mourn and cz time to dance E A time to embrace . A time to refrain from embracing. . . -aa 2 2 Q 1. 5-'A , A . ,. Ml' in ,i EL f 5 51 r if .Us "R QQ! E .li W, 52 qc I + A Qi , 4. .Q - ,gk -x .- A F Q , !'Al i 6 ,. , . 2 ff 1Q-fQ 4 u ' i ?5k'?i 54, i4 M ,H . ' 'L L6 af. A time to build up . . . and cz time to break down. . . earthquake: Los Angelesp February 9, 1971 I. horrorfilm 36 people crushed. the earth screamed and civilization dropped like popcorn down its throat. the freeway snapped like a popsicle stick. the hospital crumbled like a peanut crunch. 36 people dead. and you feel like you're at the movies. ll. dou blefeature you are. apollo 11 discovered the Pacific the same day. 3 men went up in the earth to the moon air and rock. and came back with the moon to the earth. half the world is starving while the other half watches three wet grey allamericanheroes retrieve rocks. They call it "Theater of the Absurd." Ill. commentary They say that earthquakes occur before eclipses. and on February 9th there was an eclipse God paid four bucks to see two movies and the earth lblackeningl moved in his way. amy sacks 26 I WW Z4 2 'I ? , 1 L Q K cf 2.321 4' we M, :Y 1 U K T M ,wlygyyv ,im in . , 'W W M Ziff 54,11 .wa 4 3 3 A time to work rf ' mwwfqw , Q M Q a' as q W' X I J J" L ,, , , Pr QV ,, - - f '51-if 6? A f 1 Nk I A . wiv MW Z P' ff, 1.3 h ,-'Film if ,V -fx :J-rwsgtll " Qi",-ifS0?3-, ,jx A fm ...I ' f A .5 f A ' I I v V M P' ' h 4.4 1-ii and cz time to play. 30 l and a time for peace . . . Peace comes like dance. Like a single uninhibited smile from softest depths. lt blossoms like a body in song. It grows with cold tears and stenched ashes and endless exercises with wind and music. Peace is like dance. It only withers when audiences cease to dance with art. It only dies when people cease to warm it with smiles and feed it with concern. Peace is dance. IVlay you make your cold stage warm with movement. and destroy any curtain with love. amy sacks 31 5 1 xx, X NA. I , xggg ' fifgilh 'vmq - ,, 'nasal v No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge . . . V . - ' 3 mg ,Jig ig ' 2 A m i x ri? SW ' -V R . i5g4,g," -A ' 'T' W .7 Qi. - ' 'lf - 7 f 1 ' ' fv. " -f1f,,fc-,3f,.,- S f A 2' ' ' -iw ., , A ' mg - , 1 Q- "Hre'Y Y ' 1 K Y ' ' " . My 359, ,U ffv,5"f . gg. , Z, ,.... ..z,,..8.,M,.4,.,.,.,-.,..,4 g: K 1 2 X, pffg 1 V hw: sl , L" ' k -nun-an ' 4- 'a 23 - V 15"-yu 5 "4 ff - ,, :Nei q' , k ,M , Q' a - , 7 V , V, ' " ' 2. H' fm - ff,QM'3' 2 , A " - 3 f:'P-fig tk 2,-tr u i'p:,:fy1 H- ' -f Wiz- " 3' . FL fl Q' ., . , A b N 74+ ' , J F' - vw. ,Q ' .,.7 9: ,il -:P .up .Mf....ao1-'bv' f 'f ' -f wail V W' ' ,zfwm-mi ,, K I Y i 3 ff la? if, KS' JY H,-z,..n if ,,..,.4-W, ff 'AX' ,, M xv, M V . . fr . V , + , ,, ,,. ' ' . , . , - , 4,,A 3.4 , Wf1,.,,,.M, W. " X4 :mx , 1, v am ti V 1 ,...' 'Rf gs- BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS Dr. Carl B. Hoffman Superintendent of Schools Row 1 iieft to righti: Dr, Sol Harrison, Rev. Donald Gebert, Mrs. Doris Bunn, President, IVlrs. Muriel J. Alt. Row 2: Hanley Spiegei, Robert E. Nugent, Jr., Wm. Cecil Travis, Sr., Dr. Leslie E, Konkoly, Edwin A. Neale. -xs- 35 'Q' 7 nw' i ' Q i .L. , 1..,.,,. ! , , A. fi - .' I P " Z . N---- 361- Mr. Norman W. Schmid Principal South Campus 51:1 ""-vm-A.. ,.. 1, 1 A. -' r .- IVIr. G. Donnon McGinley Assistant Principal South Campus ADMINISTRATION Mr. John E. Skilton Principal North Campus Mr. Domenic M. Lessa l Assistant Principal ' South Campus l 1 l 5 l -... -Q. Inn-no-1 36 .Q-qv 933. vweitif . :- I , Q gm Il. Mr. William J. Lucian Assistant Principal South Campus Mr. John Worthington Assistant Principal North Campus Z' Q Mr. Daniel S. Turner Assistant Principal North Campus 'Mfg 7. A ,,, WMF' . ' ,, ' 1 . Mr. Roy Corkadel North Campus C M- X. ' V .W .- ,gym 1' .f gi f ' - CA , M y F' x 1 .ff . A -, - Q I' ' , M 1 f 1 y I X NJ 'ev M 3, "W ' 1. '45, 16,42 if Q Mrs. Ramon D. Lantz South Campus Mr. John H. Althouse South Campus Chairman GUIDANCE A' id ' M' Rhoberta Wolf Mrs. Elva Bell Mr. John Armstrong North Campus 'I . -SS ' 'k ia-qgx gg. North Campus South Campus x --A, 4: A nl? K r N .v 8 -. , ...Q Q 7 .- ' 9 ,, v.. f. uses., M fs v. . , .. x u S N . . K vu 'gl 'in ' . N. -3. ' . X . - K -N' - North Campus as Mr. Samuel Russell 2 has I , L M 38 Y Mr. Leo Awad North Campus 'ESP Mrs. Kathryn Holgate South Campus li Mr. Edwin Nagel South Campus Chairman 3 f-ffaig ART Mr. Gary Sproesser South Campus I Mi f1 529. fwamwwvwwvs .fs , My e siij . . L1 1 xg "Sv, X ,ss 2 ,KX N , , N .,, X Mrs. Leslie Martin Mr Robert Anderson ' N North Campus onh Campus Chairman W H L--W A-1 iv' 1 Miss Ruth Konk Ie South Campus . 1 Mr. Scott Banister South Campus Nlr. David Schramm South Campus ,v""" North Campus 42 , H 'B Mr. Albert Wright ,. 1' Mrs. Ruth Fechter South Campus NJ J' Mrs. Jean Lamb North Campus Chairman K .KM fs. 'W t . I 1 .V Q, ' if ,Q 1 K C Q rw N 2 ' , 6 K , K f'Ag.f9?L . jttwkm ' 7 r4r" sf' Q ill 1ii'fl?.'i, 1 f s 'X V i' Mr. C. Frank Sauter South Campus Miss Jane McDonald South Campus Mrs, Mary Felten North Campus Mrs. Beatrice Barrett North Campus Mr. Ray Reber South Campus N P ,2.A F DRIVERS Nlr. Herman Bubb South Campus .sf - 1.1, 'S f 5 Nt. Wx W, Nlr. William Berkes South Campus Mr. Walter Yost Chairman South Campus N W s fa 'fi 1 th ' i, Mr. James Giordano Chairman North Campus Mrs. Lois Goldberg North Campus nn Mr. Philip Smith North Campus Mr. Gerald J. Alpaugh South Campus Miss Mary Grace Ambler South Campus Qft :fl tatt , C Mr. John E. Daniel South Campus Reading 45 A, ML 5 QV gk, ww' , Mr. Charles E. Schneller Chairman South Campus Y 'N ws. rw M w uw? Mr Robert Burt South Campus Mass Eileen Hatala South Campus Ayzfkw -ff Mr Fredenck Browne Mrs. Jo Ann Mault Mr Merrltt Hughes South Campus South Campus North Campus 'X fx Mrs. Maobrie Robinson Mrs. Patricia Corcoran North Campus South Campus E in J , r .- qjs- "1 Q... K- ,. .. fr "g,,,.i1iQg j 1 1 . ,,, , f '13 r 3 4 .W - -,1f.. J- - f,,,, f Q, .,- tx rrr 4 RX . fi! Q 'L . Q, A ' gg. ...V 1 :Q -. 'NPS 5 V, .. .Vg s 355 1 ' ff I yi f 5 ggi gr as Ilhi s lk 1 M gg? r n 2 Ex uw REU C 'F N W 3 figgfwv X st as M i 5-fx' - Mr. Dale Jones North Campus Mr. Ralph Maltese South Campus Miss Ilona Cisik A North Campus Mlss Mary Howell North Campus Album. NWN IE' ll' 'Q-. . ,,,,,k,,,mf"' Mrs. Joan Stern North Campus Miss Frances Crawford North Campus of 3 Mrs. Elayne Zimmerman 4-M-RM . W. C S P Chairman South Campus Miss Ellen Messing North Campus . V. ,-ln. ff Miss Patricia Donahue North Campus Mr. Alex Woodley Mr. James Waltzer Mrs. Hilda Tuthill Mr. Jeffrey Walker North Campus North Campus North Campus North Campus oN Q' C L' ' 2 .--wrt., L 112-11' - C r r r r Fl 3 W A P - ' ' .rss A ' 4 51. fi Qu -'--'bLk" if .. K 6' fm : , C 1 ' L,, Y 1. k -sw '- W. Q 'J -ff .Q Q . Z Y- 'L I lg I ,' 4 48 Mrs. Rosemary I. Tobin South Campus wi Tx. Mr. J. Stanley Quinn Miss Sally A. Jelin Mr. Richard Gaggin North Campus Drama South Campus Reading North Campus if 5 Mrs. Hester Allan North Campus Miss Millicent Cameron South Campus Mr. Richard P. Lavelle South Campus A"fMs my wr ,,,-ff' Miss Carrie Jones Special Education South Campus Mr. Gregory Cannon South Campus fx Y V . .4 V l MVS- MBYY C0h9l'l Mr. Charles Baker 50l-'th Campus North Campus Mrs. Diana Lackie South Campus Mrs. Antoinette Schultz North Campus 50 x Mrs. Marsha Kwatnoski North Campus an--nr l .I .nl mi fi 'Tka- x X v Miss Helen Black Chairman South Campus Mr. Vincent Barone South Campus 'mffwm-.fa .saw . i K Miss Alberta Lang South Campus Mrs. Eileen Cawley North Campus Mr. Joseph Procino Chairman North Campus 1, r ssr Mrs. Deby Tinkelman South Campus Mr. Roy Reeves North Campus .rf , sf Mrs. Martha Mcllvaine South Campus if K' 2,1:f11z,fee1a-vas v ' N 1 , .. Y : , 4. , W 2 'B LJ . ., Q . :Q W1 ' ' -Q3f5'wf12Sii"a2fizi'X 3: rf-Mfr ' W ff ff.q2t:vfJ,sN f 'f ,fr 5153 Kwan! 4 YNWERMQENMWM Q C. .. . X ,Q up s Q . , . . A Q - , ,ga 315.2235 mJ,.l5E,.n u wt:- f X, A , - R M- 'wa fit' , K v sw X.- ' WX Q 1 ': . ? 'N , A . , 2 uuuuur C -gf r ' K Qq ""'Lw. V gf N., N, six. WR- . ,sf Mrs. Esperanza Galshack South Campus 57 Ib, Mr. Edward Wilk North Campus J-iffy' fed 52 Miss Louise Hively North Campus Mr. Vincent Pezzullo South Campus 1 ff 5 .2 WN .5 I Q .nf- .3- S Mrs. Susan Marconyak South Campus wma saw 'T tx Va' KA if my ' 1 5. 1 ,4-.f-:va -A' 4'4" Miss Carol Ann Nadwondy North Campus Miss Dorothy Day North Campus Mr. Frank Sheldon North Campus Mr. Donald Alben North Campus I"'4 Mr. Thomas Spalter North Campus ' K :xg E Qu: 'f .lvl D X Q 1 ' 5 is 3 I ' Miss Ethel Chew North Campus nuff, , 'U J.. V., jp Mr. 'John Burke North Campus .. .,,,,,,,,N .Q ff .Www r J l,os 1 k 'Wifi I Mrs. Gertrude Trusal North Campus Chairman fp : gzzaxfaizlfiw A '14fff'1f:,4ff' 1:2-wt 1 ' N- Www, ,,.W, , , . . T QV, My ,.., , .' Mmm . -if 3? if rl , 1 4:5 if Miss Linda Sheffer North Campus R29- 54 , Miss Jane Davis South Campus Chairman ' as Mrs. Georgia Clemens South Campus Mrs. Jacqueiine Siderio North Campus Mr. Ellwood Smith Chairman - South Campus Mr. H. Bert DiPaul South Campus ,',- 1 ft 6, Mr. Leland NlcNutt South Campus IVlr. Steven Mandes North Campus Mr. William Grun Chairman - North Campus Mr. John Wiegand North Campus wg Mr. Martin Hubley Chairman South Campus x...- . As ' V ' . - ,, r '52f,I g if 'Q 5, J I 9 sfo ' 'ii N 'I X1 ,lx r' I .IA 16.2 NA' -Fir' Mrs. Lillian Rau Chairman North Campus MATHEMATICS 41 'IX f X sf. Mr. Harrison Nace Mrs. Saundra Freedman Mr. Edward Peppel South Campus North Campus North Campus 56 X N, -no .Wx E Mr. William Miller Mrs. Susan Weston Mr. Raymond Rauenzahn South Campus North Campus South Campus Mr. James Detweiler North Campus Mrs, Nancy Ggnghall Mr. Miksa Mechlowitz Miss Ann Hagan North Campus South Campus North Campus . 1-ff' lima.. , fm do-. '54 'QL L' JF' Nlr. Richard Brady South Campus Mr. Richard Keiser North Campus Mr. William Moreland South Campus Mr. Robert Loehrlg North Campus Mr. Lewls Penfleld South Campus 58 Mrs. Pauline Edwards North Campus Mr. Dayton Kreider South Campus M Mr. Brian Reiff North Campus it Mr. Vincent Guminski North Campus Mrs. Margaret McGIone North Campus A5-' .w X x V 'now 59 W aww fr wa RZ WQOOOOOOC .a r V' ' affairs, if f L ' ,N f - 4 - - :mfs "' , vw ' A 2 vOZO'Q,Cf'! 'W-A O 04 A -1 -vu . . f - 4O.Qs, Jr..-of"',""f' "ffN'ff:: I.-A ,--'W-5. -, . ' , uv.,- ',"".' 4 , 4 ,', ..,,-uv . , , 4 .',. H ,nv-.. e. :. ,.'...--..-fu . 0 I , If 1 Q. .3 -' ,OvOIO.QAQ,g.h..'... , 1, n . 4 I u Hnnv 'fvfu ,, n g f . ' . 1 , Q v U . v v v ' , 4 v 4 r 0 ' . . .. .. . v- v, I .IL ., . .. . O A N H ' .0.0 O .. ....-0-"N E V --nu..-...u..-fn-11.-A'.'Avfvf" li Mr. Rodney Rathbun South Campus a 25 xx xy . A R-X , . 1 Af" Mr. C. Lester Shade South Campus Mr. Harry C. Pursell South Campus Mr. Nelson Gable North Campus ' 61 MUSIC Mr. Robert R. Miller South Campus A PF! Mrs. Dorothy D. Lemcke South Campus Mr. Robert Schneck South Campus Mr. Robert Owens North Campus M if It , 7 l Mr. Joseph Jurich South Campus Mr. Raymond Coleman South Campus Chairman Mr. Wallace Nliller North Campus rsurr ,C X ns' rf ' X2 le .fwaa 4- 'Se'-Q' Cf N ' M X' "H r 1' X 4 1 X I ff 'gk J f 1 93" L it i f X X i K A A. l V ' , 1, X N ' M W, .4 :vw WWE "Wifi K ff- l' if A .m.. , 9 au... Mrs. Linda Afilani South Campus Miss Hazel Christman North Campus ,!. av!'!"" Mrs. Beverly Caplan North Campus Mr. C. Alan Lusch North Campus C -Qevvsiin, " Kxr ' 1- . A 9 " 4, C . it H A ,l 1 I Mr. Robert Rickenbach Miss Edna SCO!! North Campus North Campus Miss Jane Oswald Mr. Richard Koch South Campus South Campus Mr. Samuel Roeder South Campus , M r f Mr. Robert Cummings North Campus W! ' I qw , M A ,, ' ,WM -x. P- C--, ,ff--A .. , A N l L L: , l C 5 ' T - C 'v N . Y Mr. H. Samuel Stewart Chairman South Campus Mrs. Evelyn Lerner Chairman North Campus 65 . il -B "El" Q6 Jam K H 'QW 9599! Mr Wllham Thrush North Campus -.xxx .V N Mr Robert Alden North Campus CNN Nlr. Stanley Shorb North Campus Mass Barbara Bruce North Campus Mr. David Sharp North Campus IVIr. Richard Bell North Campus -ggp04009w -.Refi C' ',A' . -' '- f ,. 'mi ' ,, Mm fm, X ' . , .. ,.., e,4f,,ayrf,t3., ..Q-133' is f we s A -. 'N :tr ,Q X .f- - - Y. -Q :M . w:fg.,I,... ,, ' 1, M ,S-" ank'5.:'F1lvs 2 Qui .- 3 W 95- ragga ga,g.4 .. fa ahsaa ' " a , nw Q.w2Q.K - -z Ur' fm, W,- A-f. 4 . gg , ,.,x C , , E2,..wa1u - . .. ,if 11 a-. H ., b . . xy ffm: ' '- W , ., Q. . Q Mr. Howard Boyer South Campus N if' 'i M U w: V - my W , M lullxsiisxrzmmw. R? i . ,xi B .nw 3 1 ,, 5 i Y R5 ' f .. . . f .1 5 if K N ' :Qs A1 ' n 1 1 x Y 4 if I x Qi N, jeg? . J 13 i . 'aw A5 'Q M gifs ff? K 5 pl v -e' t ix ,, , A 1? if i K ? 'Sui 23 Y 1, fa wiv BR z Q 5 i X f if' Qi' ff' 5 X if f K f, A f ,arms is sm s X as if S Q Q wb: 1 s" ' Q it fi 1- pm 'X Mr. William Manogg South Campus xii YJ -m....A" WW Nlr. James Riley South Campus Fi' 67 1 Miss Karen Lake South Campus Mr. Coca Rao South Campus X Mr. Richard Thomas .iyiifsw . South Campus fl Cb' I : 'L -" wiv 5 Miss Joan D. Bateman South Campus Mr. Oliver Bullock North Campus Mr. Harvey Bomberger North Campus Mr. Richard Butler North Campus 68 0 .. I 1, -u....,g,,k- , ,f I 3 ..s. Q Mrs. Sandra Pizzolatto North Campus 5 --w.,,,s -NM - Vincent DiDonato Nlr. Stephen Ewall North Campus North Campus Mr. Joseph Gribosh North Campus Mrs. Helen Ferree North Campus :gtf"Q1tE5'Kf3k . . Miss Elaine Shaffer North Campus IVIr. Donald Ivey North Campus . 1 69 . will Mr. Raymond Vernon North Campus Miss Nancy McHugh South Campus Mr. Charles Pawling Miss Marjorie Applegate South Campus South Campus sf X.: Dr. J. R. Rorison Chairman South Campus Mrs. Margaret East Chairman North Campus 70 i ii, iw , FW' . . , 33 4 il 5 xi , X I , L: W 5 ja fi? Mrs. Joan D Aluto ., South Campus .lm x 4 - - Miss Grace Davis M xr, South Campus Af' , , ' , V 71 W 3 STUDIES u r Mr. Frank Salerno South Campus Mr. Louis Martir, South Campus fvgxj Mis Joan Gallagher South Campus Mrs. Ciaudia Schnitker North Campus lVlr. Ronald DeShon North Campus Miss Susanne Hambright North Campus C33- fn, wt Mrs. Judith Turnbull North Campus , .Q Mr. Erwun Albrecht South Campus Mr. John Hatton North Campus IVIr. Darrell Jackson North Campus Mrs. Marcey Burns North Campus ,lv-J r aw W . M9235 'sf ,r I' Q, .Miko 12 l H s www A ii, s Ya 'ji' ta A -55.9-.13::3K?g,3?es21-ugwstggar-' . , W. ga ' 'at 1-are-gage? 'gn'-Q-um'g'f ,, . . t I , ,-'- " 41: 5 W " N 1 .e,g,:?fg5f-'-tqsqitrsng - ' f -was . 141 4, -za. ' Z -Q. m' i1'l y . ' s - ' JA- 3 4 . w "Shih .. 1 ' 5 8 ' ' L . , -QE: , ' ' - , f z .R-f'.:5Li'X1'?g-Sgr..x,e . X-.f-wftm-r-,ms X . 4 ' f,bWi3gfQQHsQ::,' 1 v , 1 lb- X f' Q IVlr. Jeffrey Marmon South Campus Izwuuvx Mr. Stephen Conrad South Campus IVlr. I. Barry Friedman South Campus IVlr. Thomas Nyman South Campus Nlrs. Nancy Cook South Campus Mrs. Michele Flamer North Campus Mr. William Powell North Campus 'Qlli P ! I .. WN s .'-s i Q 1,5 . Mr. James Sullivan South Campus xx? Mr George Lyshon zgl-gm, T 15 Em , wx T Mr Alan Glass South Campus fs P' Top Row: Mrs. Kathleen Carlson, Mrs. Eleanor Mergner, Mrs. Margaret Rupp, Mrs. Eunice Bohlander, Mrs. Betty Maurer, Mrs. Nancy Woodcock. Bottom Flow: Mrs. Adele Marmer, Mrs. Irene Peiffer, Mrs. Jane Eakle, Mrs. Helen Thompson, Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mrs. Jean Brady, Miss Linda Nelson, Mrs. Janet French. SECRETARIES Seated: Mrs. Patricia Ann Noone, Mrs. Ruth Hogan, Mrs. Margaret Hackford. Standing: Mrs. Evelyn Gannon, Mrs. Lillian McElhone, Mrs. Mary Pawling, Mrs. Elva Fleeves, Mrs. Doris Gannon, Mrs. Eleanor Shiner, Mrs. Ottelia Cannan, Mrs. Karen Cappella, Miss Judy Bitting. Not pictured: Mrs. Elsie Hilcker, Mrs. Edith Crager. Ms. Jeanne Yeagle South Campus B. Cheville, G. Mattleman, C. Benson, S. McCollum, J. Cotman, M. Katz, M. Brackinridge, B. MacMurry, L. Stuardi, K. Greninger, D. Hubbard, C, Markind, B. Hoffman, L. Deitch, S. McCollum, S. Bryan, M. Sobelman. Not pictured: C. Hill, P. Ouigly. TT The Library Aides at North and South Campus help to keep the library running smoothly by volunteering their services dur- ing their free time. The aides are under the supervision of Miss Janet Ankrum and Miss Jeanne Yeagle at South Campus and Mrs. Martha Ho and Miss Elizabeth Snowdon at North Campus. They help keep the shelves in order, work behind the checkout desk, stamp new books, file catalog cards and write over-due notices. Because it is solely a service organization, there are no formal meetings. The library aides are drawn by an interest in sewing their school and fellow students. Miss Elizabeth Snowdon North Campus Q M Iv""" ...Laila L z Miss Janet Ankrum South Campus Mrs. Martha Ho North Campus LIBRARIANS AND AIDES Row 1: S. Macht, T. Deverant, S. Beck, M. Barrilli, S. Zimmerman, M. Evans, S. Wolf, D. MacDonald, K. Doyl, J. West. Row 2: Fi. Hedrick, B. Brotman, D. Giynn, D. Rose, D. Tomisino, W. Wright, J. Bernstein, B. Ham, M. Finberg, Miss Elizabeth Snowdon. Row 3: A. Goodman, D. Buckiey, J. Sands, J. Clarke, K. Leibowitz, K. Hawkes, L. Ziegler, V. Loeb, L. Stansbury, B. Morrish, C. Schaffert, K. Eltonhead, J. Myers. Not pictured: J. Friedman, W. Bergan, 77 Mrs. Elizabeth Estrin South Campus Mrs. Mildred MacNaughton South Campus While often going unnoticed, the nurses of Abington High are an integral part of the high school program. It is not so much the remedy of high temperatures brought on by a physics test next periodg it is the knowledge that there are people in the school trained and prepared to act in any form of medical emergency. Mrs. Pauline Carroll is District Supervisor with offices in South Campus. Staff in North Campus include Mrs. Jane Hart and Mrs. Ethel Murphy: Mrs. Elizabeth Estrin and Mrs. Mildred McNaughton are in South Campus. For to be idle is to become a stranger unto the seasons Row 1: P. Chalmers: Row 2: G. Kemner, S. Leedomp Row 3: lVl. Hartung, C. Hicksg Row 4 D. Nlulhearn, A. Thornp Row 5: P. Flothchildp Row 6: B. Bell, P. Clark. 80 ii VPN Row I: A. Lappe, D. Gislason. Row ll: B. Buckley, S. Schmitz, J. Abbott. Row Ill: T. Akulin, P. Hinton. Carol Hicks and escort Bill Ferrar. FOCTBALL QUEEN Peggy Chalmers with escort V ' John MCEachem- Kathleen Dougherty with escort Paul Winters. "L 2 V ,f A . N ' 1 v 4 fl., ' .S 82 Gale Berkenstock with excort Jim Bickley Beverly Bell with Victor Holmes, -1- .1-Q- 4? 9 QQ iUs?:?tseeee,sef1 ei f . gg 2 l..7ifPa.14g?S-T' -mga lfvr Bottom Row ll. to r.l: M. White, S. Dade, D. Lee, T. Stoddard, D. Lee, K. C. Kine, P. Winters, S. Chalmers, J. Bickley, J. McEachern, F. Hesser, C. Rickard, V. Holmes, B. Ferrar, L. Hollingsworth. Middle Row ll. to r.l: B. Ford, P. McGinness, V. Meclntire, J. Rankin, D. Delia, D. Orischak, M. Castandino, S. Ullman, B. Schmitt, B. Cox, J. Hyde, H. Garner, K. Gaines, M. Ganges, J. Dickerson, J. Daniello. Back Row ll. to r.l: J. Gerhart, L. Larose, J. Conners, G. Bolter, S. Siler, N. McNiel, M. Cantaral, R. Moses, B. Anderson, T. Casey, J. Berkes, J. Dell, G. Hagopian, B. Rems, W. Murphy, FOCTBALL The 1971 football season was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Ghosts, but you could hardly tell by their 7-3 record. Led by captain Jim Bickley, the Ghosts opened their season with a victory over Souderton. Paul Winters was the defensive star of the second non-league game, returning a fumble and an interception for touchdowns which were the margin of victory. The Ghosts opened league play with narrow losses to Upper Dublin and Upper Moreland, due primarily to the inexperience of the team. The Ghosts got back on the winning track with big wins over Methacton and William Tenant. Continuing in their winning ways, Abington upset Ply- mouth-Whitemarsh. Scott Chalmers paced the Ghosts in their fourth straight Suburban I victory over Springfield, picking up 114 yards and three touchdowns. Though looking for a big upset over the Norristown Eagles, the Ghosts played on even terms with them during the entire game. They fell to the Eagles when they failed to convert a two point play trying for the upset. Abington capped its season with a 22-0 victory over arch- rival Cheltenham. Outstanding performances were turned in by Scott Chalmers, gaining 130 yards, and Jim Bickley, scoring two touchdowns. Dennis Lee earned the lVlVP for the backs and John McEachern was the MVP among the linemen. It was a fine year for Abington football and in the waning moments Big John was flown again, in hopes of another winning streak. Next year looks to be even more promising. 83 -'7..1ff",T: 1 ' uw Mr . .- 1 5 ,+?.-vf' x g,,x,H x., K ., ,Q .. V-'NL , A ,",vf-Q, 4 4' - ' y - X ,. 1 A ' 74. ,319-if 1 .W K 'X ad . Q v i- "' -f ' Y, .H , , J x, v x 1 f 1 " .f 1 x -f - 'pf . rw-Q 1' V ff r' ' ,. ,. -A 7, .ff ,Q 9 Vp 3. , A ,NI 4 ki. ,gli i V E t Mxwib. . Q 1 , ,V ' -xy: . Y! ,y 1, , , Qi, qfps Q ,ywfv ',,5.,99'4,M 1. Q-. .wr ' , " - 9.1,--a"g' . if ,f f - Lb" 'L-ff--Q G47 .1 "S" A -'-:g:7"f.'. H-'fy' f V' S-1" 3 - V '-sg fb ' I - 'Hy MQ V. ' - LAM5 if, Q. f fl . W f f :' '. . , I M 'L ..N5u 1..,,, ,N , . L,e,,f,, 3, .psf W Y3g,,,,35gf it K Y ,y,v . AA!!! A v ,A .v J, A , , M'9,r""1' -,I-:af ' f M' k .,, . ,wg 955: :gy 5 , 92- Qi-'Y fffi'Z:JiJ2?4'i-9 32.7 S. f.-rr' 5. wAs I ft N. 1. 'fha W , ' S-'i-43 f. 'nf' .Q -' .!W,, .s.. ,- QA ,b H R . J , ...Y 4, x 1 1 3 I J -rw - , . 1: A X Q , 4 Abington Opponent Souderton North Penn Upper Dublin Upper Moreland William Tenant Nlethacton Plymouth-Whitemarsh Upper Nlerion iforfeitl Springfield Norristown Cheltenham ,5,1P"Wf1 kiwi' Bottom Row ll. to r.l: D. Mockaitus, J. Adams, R. Tompkins, J. Shapiro, A. Marsden, M. DePace, S. Latimer, B. Swinland, C. Strickler, J. Sullivan. Top Row: B. Endroschat, B. McMaster, P. Goodman, B. Sauter, B. Miller, S. DeMassa, J. DiFerdinand, Fl. Michaels, T. Luft, A. Penecale, C. Fackler, B. Miller, A. Fishman, Mr. Paul Beaver lcoachi, This fall soccer ruled the Abington sports scene. The Ghosts booted their way to their second consecutive Suburban I soccer championship setting records all along the way. Led by co-captains Mickey DePace and All-American Art Marsden, the team fought their way to the first undefeated season in Abing- ton history, losing only to Central Bucks West in the District Playoffs. This year's team was one of the finest to ever play in Abington. Ten members of the team were picked to the All Suburban team. The hard work and determination of all the team members made the season for the Ghosts, and it is something every team member should be proud of. Coach Beaver will be losing senior linemen Art Marsden, Biller Miller, Dennis Mockaitus, and Bob Swinand and defen- sive backs Scott Latimer, Mickey DePace, Rick Michaels and goalie Jim Shapiro. The prospects for next year look good, however, and Coaches Beaver and Cooper will be looking for a third straight championship team. Abington 3 14 4 1 2 2 2 5 4 1 3 1 Neshaminy Chester Springfield Cheltenham Upper Dublin Methacton Upper Merion Norristown Upper Moreland Plymouth-Whitemarsh William Tenant Central Bucks West Opponents 0 O 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 O 1 2 SOCCER 87 1 J 359 . ,. M-f by O 'lf ER I 1 'A v . 3 3 hifi? " fi ' f '1fI3f, wa-wavy. ,M a mn-1, I 5, Q-mlm f'S.t911'Q?Kw"wF:B'Si.sf-1 ...,, rw fa -D ,. Y '-vm v ,Tiff-'fv-mv -M ., Qt' if Z -..fN:,,Wg,' .nw -4 5:3-.. gs .. xx .,-, , 1.1 QL.. -., is -dw! . V Q, 5 V, Y.. Hfil fl 'I.'C'I L, pf ',"ZL. ,.1-1 . "U ' 0. 4- .' 583 - U z.. L.,-:aww ,A , P ,,X..X.H..-V-a.......,.-W1 ' W. .. .... x ww-qgryf't'f, A, . 1:Rza.,.4.'2: -1- - fum mp ,f s 89 it Q . " af. Q5' Egg., kin :Q 1, F . my -32,53 ,- H+ .aw 'A ' C5 5' 3 4 45. K, This year's Cross Country team had a fair season. They finished with a record of eight wins and three losses. They went into the league meet with high hopes, but they finished a disappointing fourth, even though senior George Van Hook finished second and senior Paul Wilson finished eighth. Van Hook and Wilson then advanced to the Class A seeded race in districts. Meanwhile, the rest of the team ran in the non-seeded race, as only the top three teams and the top ten individuals in each league are eligible for the seeded race. Van Hook finished ninth in the seeded race, which advanced him on to state's. The team finished eighth out of twenty three teams in the non-seeded race. Outstanding seniors on the team were George Van Hook, Paul Wilson, Bob Bloor, John Lokken, Terry Leaness, Mike Bailey, and Bob Curran. Juniors and sopho- mores who made up the backbone of next year's team are Jim Shulson, Dave Barby, Mike Foote, Tom Shaw, Tom Conboy, Bob Evans, Larry Montgomery, Dave Booker, George Carr and Bill Burrows. Freshmen Bob Tranquillo and Chuck Burrows also did well and help forecast a bright future for the Ghost harriers. Q A 1 v xix A , A s g9ff?f'3 ' i 'A , sie Cross Cou ntrv Bottom Row ll. to r.l: John Lokken, M. Foote, D. Pickert, M. Bally, B Bloor T Leaness P Wilson D Barby T Shaw Middle Flow ll to rl T Conboy, L. Montgomery, B. Evans, P. Sutrynowicz, B. Curren, J. Bartels F Smith J Patti G Van Hook Top Flow ll to r l Mr Gavlgan lcoachl J Cohen, M. Logan, C. Burrows, B. Burrows, J. Shulson, M. Martin, D. Booker G Carr S Tran P Blavret Mr Joe Grande lcoachl CROSS COUNTRY Abington Opponent 26 Neshaminy 29 34 North Penn 24 15 Springfield 48 17 Methacton 48 15 Norristown 50 15 Ply-White 45 34 Vllm. Tennent 20 34 U. Nlerion 21 28 U. Moreland 31 28 U. Dublin 29 15 Cheltenham 50 2 .fm A A ,fr I . nn-"1 - V, - Vib' V4 'mv MQW ld 3 2- . 0, ,l 2 U, I 2 Y F' JW iii 0 J" ra' ' , .,., 4, 1 11, 3, 4:4 E no ' 'f is 2 1 5--rr , ,J ' Y W . ,K ' 3. -ning' 'W' .I ., l., .,ll, 15. I Marg. ,, , y ,f 21319 fini?-f,. 0 f 4 1-Lif? X tk :join ,ffnw Why. N V' 5. 'N fr! ef f ,we ,,,. K "win M 1 Jw, V og 2,,f,:f ,ww linux .ja 7, . A W - ' we 2 '52 K., if ,f 1 1 ' ' 1' 1- M , ery: AMA my Fw A Row 1: L. Glatthorn, D. Rementer, B. Hughes, L. Bauer, G. Kraus, N. Copeland, J. O'Brien, C. Watts. Row 2: Coach - Miss Bunny Schaffer, J. Bickley lmanagerl, G. Berkenstock, V. Muhl, R. Koerner, S. Goodman, C. Russell, E. Armstrong, D. Muhl, L. Nlankus, L. NIacIVlinn, K. Harner, D. Keiser lmanagerl. GIRLS HOCKEY -fs.. 92 Abington Opponent 0 William Tenant 3 O Upper Moreland O 1 Nlethacton 1 2 Cheltenham 1 0 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 3 CANCELLED Norristown DUE TO Springfield STRIKE Upper Nlerion 0 Upper Dublin 5 The girI's hockey team, coached by Miss C. Schaffer and lVIrs. Afilani lassistant coachl had a fairly successful season this year with the highlights being a victory over Cheltenham. The final team scores were one win, three losses, and two ties. Unfortunately, many factors worked against the team this year. The teacher strike abruptly interrupted the season causing the cancellation of three im- portant games. The loss of lk weeks of practice then led to a O-5 defeat against Upper Dublin. Also, a strong center half back, Ginger Kraus, became ill in the middle of the season and thus couldn't play. Captains Laurie lVlaclVlinn and Debbie lVIuhl were quite successful in drum- ming up team spirit. The cute new maroon kilts that the team received this year also added to their top rate appearance. -.1-inn pg- QWW 1 rig? i ii Row 1: M. McKnight, L. DeLee, D. Lee, T. Hill, J. Youngquist, T. Lewis, J. Grothusen, L. McKnight. Row 2: M. Alsentzer, H. David, D. DeLeo, J. Berkes, P. Tordello, D. Forrest, R. Reed. Abington Opponent Abington's Varsity cagers, who were hit by injury and 62 Neshaminy 60 inexperience early in the season, never fully recovered to show 85 Pennsbury 78 what they were made of to the rest of the Suburban I. 67 Cheltenham 76 Preseason practice started with four excellent prospects at 56 William Tennent 38 guard. When the season started, only one junior, Phil Tordella, 91 Nlethacton 62 was one hundred percent healthy. Junior Leo McKnight had 75 Upper Dublin 42 just been out of a walking cast for a few weeks and his twin 51 Norristown 64 brother, Mike, was recovering from a broken collarbone. Co- 58 Chestnut Hill Academy 57 Captain Jim Youngquist was lost for all but two games due to 49 LaSalle 72 a knee iniUfV- 53 Upper Merion 72 The line of Co-captain Tony Hill, Laray Delee, John Gro- 53 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 64 thusen and Dave Forrest at center looked like a bright spot. 42 Upper Moreland 46 Abington started out with two victories but began to falter 64 Springfield 60 and their inexperience hurt them in a tough Suburban I title 57 Cheltenham 76 chase. 57 William Tennent 47 The Ghost's placed second in the Abington Invitational 76 Methacton 47 Tourney during the Christmas holidays loosing to highly re- 68 Upper Dublin 60 guarded LaSalle in the championship game. 61 Norristown 65 The highlight of the season was knocking off co-Suburban I 52 Upper Merion 65 Champ, Springfield on their home boards 64-60. The biggest 54 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 78 disappointment was the three point loss to Norristown after 60 Upper Moreland 58 leading almost the entire game. 45 Springfield 60 Row 1: T. Simmons, B. Barnes, T. Casey, B. Oswald, R. Bellet. Row 2: J. Robinson, M. Chesterman, B. Brennan, J. Medic, D. Mos- ley Imanagerl. BOYS BASKETBALL "4 9XKG7'0 Abington Opponents William Tennent Upper Moreland Methacton Cheltenham Ply-White Norristown Springfield Upper Merion Upper Dublin Left to right: V. Muhl, L. MacMinn, R. Koerner, C. Russell, E. Armstrong, J. Donohue, B. Sanders, L. Owens, Coach - Miss Bunny Schaffer. BASKETBALL Junior Varsity - Row 1: Coach- Mrs. Linda Af- filanip Row 2: L. Bauer, B. Hughes, M. Waddy, J. O'Brien, S. Benningfieldg Row 3: C. Robinson imanagerl, K. Garvin, L. Kind, C. Gerhard, L. Hall, J. Lagan, L. Pisani, C. Watts. Row 1: P. Gebert, G. Forgeng, P. Moses, C. Peining, J. Simons. Row 2: M. Davie lmanagerl, G. Kuhn, D. Pinkerton J Gearhart S Spiegel, M, Mailey, B. Tratenberg. Row 3: Mr. Bell, C. Leypoldt lcaptainl, T. Stoddard, M. Ganges, A. Carrigan Mr Koch Led by Captain Craig Leypoldt and Heavyweight Andy Carrigan, ghost wrestlers compiled a very good record of 10-4. Mike Ganges and Andy Carrigan won Christmas Tourney Championships. Pete Gebert set a school record for takedowns. Andy Carrigan was un- defeated and scored 78 team points, Seniors Pete Moses and Dan Pinkerton also wrestled well. Out- standing dual meet victories were registered over North Penn, Cheltenham, U. Moreland, and Bryn Athyn as the ghosts were known as a come-from-be hind team. Andy Carrigan scored a record 12 falls on the season. ..1"" WRESTLING Abington Opponent 31 Cheltenham 16 21 Upper Dublin 27 32 Souderton 23 33 Nlethacton 14 32 Lower Moreland 18 36 Upper lVlerion 20 26 Norristown 23 26 Upper Moreland 24 10 Plymouthrwhitemarsh 35 24 Haverford 30 22 William Tennent 21 25 Springfield 33 28 North Penn 25 34 Bryn Athyn 15 99 i , lx BOYS SWIMMING Abin9f0l1 Opponents 62 Pennsbury 33 80 Wilson 15 66 North Providence 29 70 Upper Moreland 25 74 Central Bucks East 21 55 Upper Merion. 20 69 William Tennent 26 52 Methacton 43 78 Cheltenham 17 74 Springfield 21 56 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 39 46 Upper Dublin 49 60 Lower Moreland 35 The Boy's Swimming Team, under Mr. Charles Pawling, posted a 13-1 dual meet record this year, while winning their third consecutive Suburban 1 title and their second consecutive District 1 title. The Ghosts were led by senior Bruce Carter and sopho- more Mark Schuman, who broke their own school records in the 400 freestyle and the 200 yd. individu- al medley, respectively. Fine performances were also turned in by seniors Robin Harford, Larry Bertolet, George Myers, Paul Winters and juniors M. Walters, B. Hoffman, B. West, and sophomores Carl Rieger, Bruce MacLeod, and freshman Steve Emerson. Most of these swimmers will return again next year as the Ghosts will again attempt to defend the cham- pionship they have earned once again. Row 1: R. West, G. Myers, B. MacLeod, C. Rieger, W. Hoffman, M. Schuman, B. Carter lCaptainl, L. Bertolet, R. Hartford, M. Walters. Row 2: R. Waverly, J. Walewski, R. Emerson, S. Emerson, R. Dethloff, W. Fellmuth, B. Lutz, R. Evans, M. Fellmuth, J. Wilson, S. Kinner. Row 3 H. Dennis, J. Crawford, M. Brite, P. Prinson, M. Littick, F. Fellmuth, M. Boland, B. Lundquist, S. Crursin, R. Viscer. W--N .. , ,............ ..v..,.-, -V rl.. TTT ,vu , -A . 5 A 4 jr' f s Q .. wej-"" , X .IL ' X' Y .. in A 1st row: Mrs. Lemcke, Mrs. D'Aiuto, K. Kraus, J. Blauner, V. Verras, P. Giberson, K. Phillips, D. Greene, L. Hahn, N Webb. 2nd row: A. M. Kelly, B. Bredner, J. Zorn, C. A. Smalley, C. Sneberger, L. A. Sullivan, K. Grahm, M. Munzer, P Preston, K. DeWald. 3rd row: L. Miller, J. Macht, C. Annon, N. Lomady, E. Phillips, S. Fitzpatrick, J. McDevitt, K Hannah, Fl. McDevitt. 4th row: L. Dusick, J. Lockett lCaptainsl: Managers- L. Miller, .l. Macht. Girl's swimming, coached by Mrs. Dorothy Lemcke, had a top rate season this winter. They had a running start by winning the relay carnival in December and then went on to win 8 meets, losing only three. The girls had a little hard luck in the middle of their season when several of their varsity swimmers fell sick for the William Tennent Meet. Things looked pretty bad when it came down to the last relay at the Springfield Meet. The relay tied and Springfield won by a judge's decision. Captains Linda Dusick and Janet Lockett lCricketl, however pulled team spirit up and led the team on to breaking records and winning their remaining meets. The team is losing 5 valuable seniors this year, but hopes are high for the freshmen who have more talent than ever before. R Qfy N-1 4' .Wa ff: is as ,, .1 i as Tilflklsiwx ll . Qiff W v .. 1 iii? bww Abington Opponent RECORDS Pennsbury 18 North Penn 24 Central Bucks 33 Upper Moreland 32 Upper Merion 60 William Tennent 51 Methacton 16 Cheltenham 22 Springfield 44 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 29 Upper Dublin 34 200 Meter Relay 50 Meter Butterfly 100 Meter Free Style Individual Medley Katie Wilson Kathy Hanna Nancy Lomady Pam Giberson Nancy Lomady Nancy Lomady Nancy Lo mady 2:03.1 28.7 58.2 1:07.1 Zi, ,xl if ,111 l l i Row 1 lleft to rightl: Fl. DeKalb, H. Dell, A. Baral, D. Glouster, K. Whitby, B. Welch, lVl. Clayton, Nl. Golden, D. Gifford, J. Dell, Row 2: Coach Bunting, D. Booker, J. Curtain, T. Dillllassa, B. Shapiro, D. Rubinsohn, D. lVlcCarren, T. Cassin, J. Carchedi, C. Peiffer, P. Fischer, IVl. Shenton, B. Ferensic, J. Clarke. Abington Opponent 54 Pennsbury 117 64 Wilson 101 G YM NASTI CS 65 64 51 Norristown 86 65 Cheltenham 80 62 Upper Dublin 64 69 Norristown 92 74 Cheltenham 90 wie While the first year as coach for lVlr. Pete Bunting was less than successful, he and the team find themselves with an optimistic future. The 1971-72 season can easily be classified as a build' ing year. Led by Capt. John Curtin, a junior, and bolstered by the all-around performance of Soph. Bob Ferensic, the team finished with a one and seven record. Without any losses through graduation, the Abington Gymnasts certainly anticipate surpassing this year's record next season. l 4 104 l l l What is it? Ask most students and the answer comes in the form of a negative shake of the head. However, to Coach James Gavaghan and the team, Winter Track pre sents an opportunity for individual and group achievement in the "boards", Meets take place, for the most part, on various fieldhouses. While not the most enjoyable of years, Wayne Mulcahn lshot putl, George Van Hook lmilesl, Paul Wilson lmilesl, and Mike Erickson lsprintsl achieved success in their specialties. Good Luck next year, Coach. 0x Qi WINTER TRACK Row 1: D. Pickard, R. Curran, W. Bryan, T. Leaness, T. Conboy, T. McPhear- son, D. Barby. Row 2: D. Owens, L. Johnson, B. Ford, J. Lokken, J. Cohen, B. Hughes, R. Gump, T. Shaw. Row 3: M. Schaefer, B. Bloor, P. Moses, G. Van Hook, M. White, P. Wilson, M. Erickson, T. Johnson, G. Schrack, W. Mulcahy, M. Bailey, T. Jeffords, R. Gump, J. Daniello, T. Kline, J. Adlam, R. Lloyd. It all began eighteen years ago with lVlr. Schneller at Huntingdon. Today it is the biggest extra-curricular activity connected with Abing- ton. With well over one hundred students participating, the Boys Intramural Basketball League plays every Saturday from December through February. To keep the school abreast of the teams' progress, the Sports Club initiated a United Press Intramural poll lU.P.l.l which rated the teams weekly and selected a player of the week. The results were broadcast over ARTW every Friday. High Scorer of the season was Rudy Vigilante with a total of 177 points and an average of 25.8 per game. ln second place was John Weaver with 159 points and an average of 22.7 points per game. Michigan defeated Notre Dame in the playoffs to become the unde- feated number one team of the year. Notre Dame put up a tough fight and clenched second place. It was a very successful season for all those who participated. 106 Row 1 lleft to rightl: P. Hileman, B. Greenspan, D. Fickes, B. Miller. Row 2: R. Trifiletti, R. Fragale, R. Coughlan, J. Bunting. Row 1 lleft to rightl: J. Shapiro, M. Bailey, B. Moreland, B. Leino. Row 2: F. Katz, M. Clayton, B. Fluck, M. Chesterman. ..---n 4,1 --at X. --as ,II 1 E 5 B Haldeman, T. Mooney, D. teinberg, L. Miller, M. Hyams. RIFLE TEAM A shot rang out, shattering the stillness of the February afternoon. A second shot and a third shot followed the first into immortali- ty, closely followed by a volley of five to six more. A murder mystery? No, only the daily practice of the Abington Rifle team, hidden deep within the subterranean depths of Ab- ington High School. Headed by-James Sulli- van and Captain Ed Coley, the team has had a successful season, capturing the league championship. With the bulk of the team being composed of juniors and sophomores, the future looks increasingly bright for the Abington Riflers. Row 1: D. Loudon, R. Coley, J. Triol, B. Herring, D. White, K. Ain, James Sullivan lcoachl. Row 2: S. Kahn, S. Weymouth, K. Rothenberger, E. Coley, M. Melino. Not pictured: L. Macht, E. Freedman. The Suburban One Girls title was won by these excellent games: Abington Opponent 3,3 Norristown 2,3 Cheltenham 2,2 Springfield 3,1 Upper Merion 3,3 William Tennent 1,2 Upper Dublin 2 Hatboro 1 Upper Moreland Row 2: L. Greene, J. Peppelman. Row 1: Ratti, M. Brooks, S. McGettigan. All things in this vast universe exist in you, with you and for you . Row 1: K. Eberman, S. Flosenthal, D. Morchower, B. Bunton, N. Nathan, M. Sostman, R. Lepofsky, V. Tabaac, A. Kessleman, C. McDevitt, J. Katz Row 2: S. Schwartz, D. Platz, G. Wasko, W. Cherry, S. Miller, L. Glatthorn, J. Werntz, J. Tobin, A. Diletto, K. Erb, A. Zemel, G. Barg, B. Goodwin Row 3: M. Stevens, B. Haydon, L. Blikle, L. Kivitz, A. Hughes, I. Smoger, N. Ullman, M. Baurer, J. Gebert, C. Trachtenberg, C. Neibauer, S. Smoger B. Greenberg, B, Saget, M. Mandel, D. Rothschild, K. Santry, D. Pearce. Row 4: L. Kind, T. McPherson, B. Lashner, G. Kraftsow, M. Schwarzman, L Ralston, D. Randolph, L. MacMinn, S. McClurken, M. McCants, J. Sonnenfeld, E. Friedman, N. Rothschild, M. Hallman, B. D'Amours. Row 5: T Vinsch, M. Sobelman, J. Goldman, S. Willoughby, E. Eisler, D. Coates, J. Lashner, M. Hyams, J. Grothusen, J. Campion, J. Petonetz, C. Leypoldt, F Peirce, B. Cox, P. McGuinness, M, Durkin. STUDENT COUNCIL Robert Stoddard lpresidentl, Randy Dethloff lser- geant at armsl, George Van Hook lvice-presidentl, Cindy Lifson lvice-president Pennsylvania State Stu- dent Councill, Michael Needle ltreasurerl, David Wei- man lparliamentarianl, Sheryl Heggs lcorresponding secretaryl, not pictured, Amy Sacks lrecording secre- tarvl. 110 Row 1: T. Wiedman, S. Lawson, M. Nathan, B. Keller lsec.l, S. Reynolds ltreas.l, T. Barrett lpres.l, G. Berman lparliamentaryl, C. Lowenson, K. Gershenfeld, R. Charny, J. Macht. Row 2: R. McDevitt, J. O'Brien, K. Schloss, D. Mannal, R. Paddick, P. Zemkl, R. Burchuk, D. Cook, S. DiMassa. Row 3: C. Kuykendall, K. Heisler, Nl. Wieder, C. Kind, L. Shapiro, B. Fabius, D. Frankel, R. Orlemann. Row 4: N. Toper, lVl. Pieretti, D. Sussman, C. Wallace, M. Braddley, K. Boelter, M. Cohen, P. Goettner. The 1971-1972 Student Council spent an active year of attempting to deal with the common desires of the student body. The council became diversified in discussion and activities throughout the year. The usual services of Orientation Day for juniors in Septem- ber, selling refreshments at all home football games, and running the Student Lounge were performed with relatively few problems. Other highlights of the year included an old-fash- ioned spirit day for the Cheltenham football game, a Christmas party for the residents of the Roslyn Convalescent Home, a very exciting and successful table tennis tournament, the sponsorship of Project Concern's Walk for Mankind, and several area exchanges. A mock election for Abington School Board candidates was arranged for late October only to be aborted due to a teacher walk-out. Legislation debated and acted upon at council meetings included issues such as student smoking, an open campus concept, and pass-fail grading in major and minor subjects. The success of the past year's Student Council cannot be immediately determined. Only upon future reflection will we be able to tell if the year was a good one. One thing, however, is certain. The students who participated in the activities of the 1971-1972 council gained valuable insights into the High School Community and into themselves. 111 SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL a-J ' -Us Row 1: P. Ray, I. Sawyer, D. Lee, K. Hoffman, S. Goodman, G. Fischer, M. Durkin, R. Stoddard, D. Myers, R. Gripp, B. Freedman, B. Davis, S Stempin, J. Eiison. Row 2: J. Patonetz, R. Tompkins, A. Berkowitz, M. Morris, D. Dicker, R. Rodberg, J. McAfee. Row 3: M. Anastasi, W. Trice, P Bremier, B. Voss, E. Friedman, K. Dougherty, J. Grauer, L. Hall. Row 4: L. Young, E. Betz, M. Perkins, M. Chacker, E. Zuckerkandal, M. Williams, J Locket. 112 In its senior year, the Class of 1972 has proven to be one of the most active classes in Abington High School history. Led by its officers Jeff Sonnenfeld, President, Craig Leypoldt, Vice-President: Adam Aron, Treasurer: and Nancy Ullman, Secretary, the Senior Class Council held many traditional class projects including the Senior Prom, the Class Play, Involve- ment Day, and the Senior Class Work Day Scholarship Fund. The Class Council also distributed class directories. The Class's most ambitious and most successful activity was the Senior Class Film Festival Series. Brought to Abington were such film Spectaculars as lVlTA'S"H, "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", "The Odd Couple", "The Dirty Dozen", "Bonnie and Clyde", and Bullitt." The Film Festival Series brought enjoyment to Abington students and financially was the most profitable single event in recent Abington history. The success of the Film Series pervaded the class. The Council also worked on curriculum and administrative revisions in addition to fund raising and entertainment pro- jects, examples being the Health Education Class reduction and open lunch proposals. The phenomenal successes of this Class Council belong not only to the officers and the dedicated, hard-working represen- tatives, but to the entire class. In a time when class spirit is laughed upon as an anachronistic, thoughtless emotion, the class managed to respond with interest to the stimulating and diverse programs offered. As a result, the class has grown in a way that many have not. Students have met their fellow classmates in non-academic environments and have learned to appreciate and understand their differences. Nancy Ullman, Jeff Sonnenfeld, Craig Leypoldt Adam Aron 113 S Junior Class Council: Row 1: P. German, D. Thatcher, L. Schlesinger, E. Mazer, L. Swertloff, A. Zemel, S. Wilcke. Row 2: K. Bailey, D. Blumenthal, S. Leedom, K. Kieffer, C. Hicks, J. Marco, A. Wolfe: Row 3: B. Greenberg, D. Harris, K. Hess, T. Shaw, M. J. Kerrigan, G. Sylvester, V. Muhl, H. McNulty, C. Hardwick. Row 4: M. Walters, S. Bechtel, F. Pierce, D. Sigg, A. Porter, T. Kent: Not pictured: P. Neil, D. Dietrich,S. McGettigan, J. Roberts, J. Springer, L. Gutekanst, J. Bolno, G. Flhodeside, M. Lunquist, B. Miller, A. Smith, B. Kalikow, G. Burwell. Working toward the goal of creating interest amongst the student body, the Junior class has provided a wide range of entertainment including major motion pictures such as "Daddy's Gone A-Hunting", "The Boston Strangler", "Bullit", "They Shoot Horses Don't They?", and two Marx Brothers films. During the Christmas season, toys and books were collected and distributed to the needy. Later, Dr. Shock made asguest appearance along with the Dracula Festival. In the field of music an all-student rock concert and a jitterbug dance were provided. The play, "Catch Me If You Can", and "Fashion Show Superstar" were very successful. By far, the most radical entertainment program ever here was "The Spring Film Classic Series" when, for a period of eight consecutive weeks, excellent movies by Humphrey Bo- gart, Charlie Chaplin, Errol Flynn, Alfred Hitchcock, and Gary Cooper were presented. Held in the Little Theater, this series helped create a better outlook for the class. Thwarting all pessimism, the Junior Ball, fashioned as a fantasy, was simply fantastic. 114 J Mt ...fx Junior Class Officers lleft to rightl: Kathy Hanna, Nathan Rothschild, Robert Nugent, David Rothschild. Sophomore Class Council, Row1 lleft to rightl: J. Cohen, J. Koehler, S. James, C. Popp, R. Melnicaff ivice-pres.l, Nl. Hutt itreas.l, J. Skillmen lsec.l, R. Myers, J. Jamison, Row 2: C. Heller, D. Dawson, W. Kalbfleisch, T. Kutzer, B. Christoph, D. Loudon, L. Aceto, D. Glynn, K. Hooper, Row 3: L. Fairworth, L. L. Sable, D. Schodle, D. Panara, C. Gerhard, P. Gross, C. Frantz, P. Wilford, W. Dixon, K. Schreckp Row 4: B. Headley, S. Faust, L. Rausch, J. Rodisch, J. Starrantino, L. Spielman, B. Connelly, C. Shapiro, L. Zimmer, R. lVlcCarren. 'HWS fm-lb 115 r Q r I S r 1 3 r Q i Row 1 ll to rl: D. Nagel, B. Carter, G. Meyers, M. Melino, P. Becker, B. Lashner, S. Kahn, B. Herring, S. Miller, E, Furman, B. Flublin, A. Berkowitz, J. Grothusen, B. Greenspan, R. Tompkins, L. Mergner, D. Fox, L. Von Rosenstiel, G. Van Hook, S. Sweet, K. Tieger, K. Trautman, M. Miller, N. Yeager. Row 2: J. Melody, R. Gump, N. Lifson, Fl. Stoddard, J. Rublin, D. Mosely, G. Morris, S. Latimer, B. Fluck, S. Heggs, S. Betz, Fl. Moreland, E. Weiss, E. Friedman, L. Kivitz, N. Otis, J. Liang, D. McFarland, L. Redefer, B. McMaster. Row 3: G. Greenberg, M. Katz, E. Armstrong, L. MacMinn, C. Paddick, S. Dormandy, D. Lee, P. Macho, D. Weiman, M. Needle, J. Sonnenfeld, G. Kraus, E. Zuckerkandel, M. Sobelman, C. Lifson, M. Solomon, B. Voss, P. Bremier, I. Sawyer, P. Kopistansky, J. Werntz, J. Weiss. Officers: S. Miller lV.P.l, A. Carter lPres.l, A. Aron lTreas.l, Not Pictured: J. Blauner lSec.l. This year the National Honor Society engaged in its traditional duties of inducting new members and awarding a scholarship in addition to a brief and inexpensive student lecture series. Mr. John Bunting, Philadelphia banker, spoke at the induction ceremony in April. A S125 scholarship, created out of Society dues, was awarded to an Abington student by the Honor Society. Also, the organization elected two members to enter a nationwide scholarship contest with a maximum award of 31000. Finally, in early spring, several club members spoke briefly to interested students on such topics as blood chemistry, math- ematics, and music in a short lecture series. A s ,Ml x rt Q f S r T 5 .uv H f ' til? 1, , T:-sf 1' " A--" 5 . if , .YE l 5, K ki. Y A - 1 .. ef' f " Row 1 ll to rl: S. Don, A. Carter, J 1 ' 4' R. Williams, B. Rublin, D. Kessler. A K, '-bfi? ' ' Flow 2: B. McCombs, L. Goldman 5 ' . N I L. Kivitz, P. Flieser, N. Otis, M. V. y , ' Needle. Not Pictured: L. Abriola, J Robbins. IVIERIT SCHOLARS Recipients of Letters of Commendation: B. Lashner, M. Schwarzman, P. Kopistan- sky, C. Linz, A. Aron, M. Sobelman, S. Miller. Not Pictured: Ft. Allen, M.An- cona, N. Camenisch, C. Clarke, B. Herring, N. Leopold, F. Marzolf, J. McLaughlin, B. Overbey, B. Page, A. Todd. Flute: L. Burnside, R. Edwards, J. Garrison, M. Good, E. Hess, D. Lee L. Morgan, B. Newmeyer, S. Seeley, S. Slade, J. White. Bb Clarinet: L Ducsik, B. Kirch, B. Miller, B. Miller, N. Robinson, S. Topor, M Harrison, B. Miller, M. Melino, D. Reese, B. Vassian, S. Young, R Coultur, K. Mallatratt, D. Wilson. Alto Clarinet: B. Ardiff. Bass Clar inet: J. Lockard, A. Smith. Alto Saxophone: A. Blumenthal, D. Mine hart, D. Nagel, D. Rogers, L. Seeley, C. Beck, B. Dornhecker, S. Haich B. Haldeman, B. Shapiro. Tenor Saxophones: B. Assman, C. D'ardenne A. Donahue, M. Hyams. Baritone Saxophones: G. Eickhoff, G. Hannig French Horns: S. Bryan, S. Dormandy. Trumpets: G. Bushey, B Copeland, H. Colflesh, B. Davis, D. Glueck, E. Greensmith, G. Morgan J. Garrison, D. Green, P. Neill, S. Solometo, M. Stanislaw, B. Sundy, B White, J. Campion, B. Hoffman, D. Klein, A. Porter, P. Wilford, D Matthews. Baritone Honors:G. Burg, D. Campbell, J. Freyhoff, T. Kent B. Leslie, G. Slobodzian, R. Stoddard, A. Wildberger. Trombones: R Acker, B. Freedman, R. Gump, B. Link, R. Wimmer, C. Haussler, B Herring, E. Jackson, S. Schwartz, B. Graeff, D. Kettinger, J. Triol Basses: D. Benbow, M. Durkin, B. Headley, J. Heckman, K. Heggs, D McCarren, J. Roberts, K. Zeth. Percussion: R. Barry, B. Bonwit, T Davies, R. Morrison, L. King, B. Mallatrat, D. Platz, L. Bertolet, R Wettingfield, C. Witherspoon. Bells: F. Glasstetter, M. Rafferty. NIARCHING BAN 1 T . 'Y , ' ' - :5X,5:1k'c'5,u 'Miva' 'H Q , , Drill Flag Members include: K. Bailey, J. Bauer, D. Blumenthal, B. Brainerd, B. Braun, P. Brernier, D. Case, T. Dezzi, L. Dudley, S. Faust, L. Glatthorn, C. Hallman, K. Kieffer, J. Klinger, Fl. Lang, D. Mannal, J. Marco, M. Matter, K. Peretti, C. Papp, B. Quarles, L. Rausch, K. Thompson, B. Voss. Color Guard Members include: D. Dawson, D. Dietrick, M. Falciglia, fP:fHubbard, P. Flay, K. Rothenberger, G. Sylvestri, D. Vincent, P. Hooper. ,ff .1 A' .x.VA . KU ,, 'U' - my Drill Rifle Members include: D. Blake, P. Burgess, G. Griffith, M. Monticciolo, M. Parke , P. Preston, l. Sawyer, C. Spahn, J. Spencer, B Speth, D. Staudinger, K. Woltemate, S. Woltemate, J. Yoder, J. Young, K. Eltonhead. f. ---M -. , - .,.., .W,. . my -A Y. y , J , ff , ., W- ir M, , V , xmw f iff DANCE BAND ii to ri: R. Stoddard, J, Freyhof, P Murphy, D. Naylor, D. Green, B. Leslie, B. Freedman, B. Mailatrat, R. Acker, B. Assman, D. Rogers, M. Hyams, M. Meli- no, F. Pierce, A, Donahue, Mr. William Miller. Al M if I 1'v T . . , If l 1 ' Xl l' 1 ' . ff J' f f 'df Y X ij! R A I JUNIORSZ P. Adey - Flute G. Barg - Clarinet W. Bergmann - Cello J. Betz - Clarinet S. Bryan - Horn V. Krievins - Cello G. Krishnan 4 Piano S. Lawrence - Oboe VR, Levin - Bassoon W. Link - Trombone R. Manstein - Oboe P. McGinness - Horn J. McLean - Bass H. lVlcNuIty - Bassoon D. Ratti - Violin D. Rothschild f Violin N. Rothschild - Piano J. Shaffer - Clarinet Stempen - Cello Summers Flute Tirri Flute Young Violin ,A I SENlORS: L. Abriola - Violin C. Bates - Bass S. Betz - Flute B. Bryan - Cello W C. J. J. B. J. R S. M C. J. R .Cherry - Cello D'Ardenne - Oboe Garrison - Flute Goldberg N Percussion Goodman - Trumpet Goren - Flute Gump - Percussion Heggs - Clarinet . Howard - Piano Jannotti - Clarinet Laskovvski - Piano Long - Violin C. Manstein - Bassoon N P. B. D R M Mason - Violin Murphy - Bass Nathan - Violin Naylor - Trumpet Provenzano - Violin n. Rafferty - Bass L. Seeley - Clarinet J .Singer - Oboe Sonnenfeld - Violin Werntz Bass ORCHESTRA CONCERT CHOIR l Left to Right, Row 1: C. Bates, G. Krishnan, P. Ray, V. Daub, M. Howard, G. Morgan, A. Bratton, P. Goodman, J. Shulson, G. Nelson, M. Durkin Rosen, T. Shreiner, C. Bertolet, N. Godshall, K. Copeland, C. Janotti. Row 2: B. Voss, S. Mark, B. d'Amours, V. Waterman, M. Hallman B Davis, DiMassa, A. Aron, W. Leslie, J. Melody, B. Overby, R. Orleman, D. Schabacher, S. McClurken, D. Greene, J. Lockett. Row 3: E. D. Friedman Woltemate, D. Bieber, P. Bremier, S. Steckline, B. Nugent, R. Stoddard, E. Sickles, R. Rodberg, S. Bechtel, J. Brader, A. Wildberger, P. McGinness, Weir, H. Schenkle, C. Boyd, D. Blumenthal. Row 4: L. Hokanson, C. Glueck, T. Dezzi, M. Rafferty, G. Mattleman,W. Yeager, J. White, B. Powell, Miller, L. Henry, E. J. Friedman, L. Hall, K. Pieretti, L. Carr, J. Farrar, M. Brackinrldge. The choir, under the direction of Mr. Harry C. Pursell, made several appearances this year aside from the Winter and Spring Festivals, among them a weekend exchange with Cold Springs High School in New York. This year was also successful for Abington's representation in both the district and state choirs as Abington was singled out for having the highest number of singing members chosen. In retrospect, the year has been an experience for all those involved. 122 B T S R M v 6' ,UW ,ff ai-' gui 6744! -' .ifffJi' ii 'V' y-. .fwf I Left to Right, Row 1: G. Krishnan, B. Voss, B. Rosen, A. Wildberger, G. Morgan, L. Henry, J. Lockett. Row 2: L. Hokanson, M. Rafferty, P. Bremier P. Goodman, B. Davis, B. Nugent, B. Leslie, J. White, B. Powell. DISTRICT CHOIR T S .v-lf" A ' 123 lnmw: naar magnum-M- M ..- Row 1, left to right: Miss Lang lsponsorl, J. Davis, J. Donahue, S. Heggs, B. Saget, L. Gutekunst, M. Williams, J. Miller. Row 2: L. Deitch, R Katz, D. Shugerman, M. Sommerfeld, S. Rostock, S. McGettigan lSecretaryl, B. Berger lPresidentl, U. Germershausen, A. Muller. Row 3: M Martin, K. Brucker, C. Craig, T. Centrella, M. Duff, N. Haddad, S. Bryan, C. Hardwick, H. McNulty, L. D'Andrea, C. Briskin, G. Morris, S. McCIurken, S. Lybrand, L. Redefer, L. Paller, B. Chaville, A. Sonneborn, M. McCants, S. Schneider. Not pictured: B. Strousse lV. Presidentl C. Bertolet lTreasurerl, B. Rydberg, M. L. Neumann-Kleinpaul, M. Chapa, Y. Yamamoto. AFFILIATION CLUB The biggest project this year for the Affiliation Club was the International Weekend during the second weekend of December, Forty-five exchange students from twenty-one different countries spent a very busy three-day weekend at Abington. There were many parties and activities available to them and to their hosts, who were members of the Affiliation Club. The highlight of the Weekend was the coffee house, with international desserts, made by club members, for refresh- ments. For the school year 1971-1972, the Affiliation Club was proud to sponsor nine exchange students from five different countries. After school, Monday through Thursday, the club members sold pretzels and brownies to help finance their activities. The officers this year were: President-- Bobbi Berger, Vice President- Babs Strousse, Secretary- Sue McGettigan, and Treasurer- Carol Bertolet. Miss Alberta Lang and Mr. David Shenton are the faculty sponsors for the Affiliation Club. Left to right, Flow 1: S. Reardon, J. Koehler, L. Jobba lSecretarVl, R. Cassalia lPresidentl. Row 2: D. Cronin, K. Wolff, M. Suckle, M. Altomare. Row 3: G. Hendershot, D. Hamilton, L. Auerback, J. Bernstein, B. Keller. . , ' f-" 177' ' "fw.V' C" "?7:- f ' ff' 57" ,Z A ,, '13, K ., E if New 43: 3 -5+ ,E H'x,X1'4 ,L 'M' Q, VY fl if jj' K 'QS-no--vp 'x .X fl'-. :sim ' 5 wiv il ge Silvia Rostock Berlin, Germany Mireya Chapa Celeya, Mexico Ulrike Gsrmershausen Berlin, Germany 126 Bengt Rydberg Falun, Sweden Angela Miiller Berlin, Germany Marianne Sommerfeld Berlin, Germany Marie-Luise Neumann-Kleinpaul Berlin, Germany Yumi Yamamoto Tokyo, Japan Diana Guissani Buenos Aires, Argentina ylqgi 4' ,QT G eii 1 Row 1: D. Landucci, M. Ranson, S. Tompkins, A. Lehr. Row 2: Fi. Levin, R. Allen, R. Tompkins, M. Baurer, N. Otis, N. Drain, J. Rabiolo, M. Sommerfeld, Mr. Vincent Pezzullo, l. Smoger. LANGUAGE FRENCH Row 1: K. Eyre, V. Waterman. Row 2: P. Kopistansky lsecretaryl, T. Koster, S. Sweet ipresidentl, D. Muhl, C. Manstein. Row 3: B. Suckle, B. Cheville, C. Glueck, L. Kivitz lvice presidentl, S. Fahs, L. Schaffert, B. Watson, N. Otis, P. Annon, T. Lyshon, M. Sobelman ltreasurerl, M. Stevens. 1.11. -1 1 'vga 1 11-1 This Vear's Latin Club initiated the Interna- tional Banquet, wherein all the "Culture Clubs" were participants. With the help of our dynamic advisor, Mr. Vincent Pezzullo, the club mem- bers have been able to expand their knowledge of Roman culture and civilization. The mem- bers of the Italian Club, also under Mr. Pezzul- lo's able leadership, involved themselves in ac- tivities outside of the periphery of the class, thereby increasing their understanding of ItaIy's people. The French Club of 1971-72 had a very active year with the assistance of sponsor Mrs. Martha Mcllvaine. While continuing its tutoring service, it conducted bake sales for several months early in the year and a candy sale prior to Christmas. The money that was raised helped to finance a trip to West Chester State College to see the French play "Le Bourgeois Gentil- homme." The French Club also organized sev- eral French dinners and sponsored an assembly in which the students viewed a film made in France during the summer of 1971 with Abing- ton students Bonnie Fleaback and Georg Van Hook. This year marked the return of the Spanish Club sponsored by Mrs. Esperanza Galshack. Enthusiastic members, during their study periods, tutored other Spanish students. Most of the members were from Spanish V, although there were a few from third and fourth years. From these students to Mrs. Galshack and all the juniors - lBuena suerte! CLUBS Row 1: B. Berger, C. Svenson, T. Lake, A. Kandel. Row 2: K. Trautman, S. Stein, Mrs. E. Galshack, K. Schwartz, B. Voss, P. Bremier, D. McFarland, K. Goidsmith. Row 3: G. Morris, F. Weidman, S. McClurkin, G. Fisher, L. Morgan, H. Blumberg, G. Barg, SPANISH il to rl: Mr. V. Pezzullo, V. Waterman, T. Centrella, B. Suckle, N. Drain, R. DiMassa, M. Bringenberg, M. Anastasi, C. Smith, D. Lux. 129 ,fx Siwr Left to Right, Row 1: Fl. Trifiletti, B. Greenspan, P. Tiordella, J. Grothusen, B. Bloor lsecretaryl, G. Nelson, L. Roehm, J. Flublin, A. Berkowitz, M. Melino. Flow 2: W. Berkes lFaculty Advisorl, E. Furman, P. Becker, P. Hileman, J. Berkes, A. Aron lpresidentl, B. Fluck ltreasurerl, B. Flublin, D. Sigg, Fl. Long, L. Mergner, B. Moreland, B. Feldman. Left to Right, Row 1: M. Kelly, J. Myers, B. Goodwin, D. Pearce, L. Eberhart. Row 2: J. Weiss, W. Kofsky, P. Hyman, M. Katz, S. Berkowitz, R. Kalikow, G. Flhodeside. Row 3: T. Lake, C. Keller, M. Sussman, D. Morchouer, M. Nathan, M. Maser. Row 4: B. Bunten ltreasurerl, R. Reaback lvice-presidentl, I. Weiss lpresidentl, R. Stein, J. Steinberg, M. Solomon, V. Tabaac, T. Koster. if ' INTERACT This past year the Interact Club has tried to aid the school and community, following our motto, "Service above self". With this in mind, we under- took many successful projects. Led by president Irwin Weiss, vice-president Rich Reaback, secre- tary Sue Rosenthal, treasurer Barbara Bunten, and faculty sponsor Mrs. Tobin, we ran a bake sale and a candy sale. We were able to hold two successful parties at orphanages. In February we took a group of youths from an orphanage to an Abing- ton basketball game. We also continued the spon- sorship of an Indian child living in povety in the Midwest. In the spring we sold water ice and sponsored an art sale. On various occasions we showed contemporary films which were open to the public. Everyone in the club felt that this was a very satisfying and enlightening year. The Abington High School Key Club is one of almost 4,000 Key Clubs throughout the United States and Canada. The ultimate purpose of Key Club is to develop leadership, while providing service to the school and community. The Key Club this year has had many fine projects, including a pizza sale, a litter walk, and March of Dimes Collection. Yet, the best project of the year was bringing the singing group "Up With People" to Abington High School. The idea of Leo Club, a high school organization, working with the community Lion's Club, was the first in the world. Leo members believe that there is a very strong youthful dedication to serve the school, com- munity, and less fortunate people. The Abington Leo Club of 1971-72 participated and planned many worthy events. To help the blind, Leo Club collected money on "White Cane Day." They sponsored a Christ- mas party at the Christ's Home Orphanage. The club also ran the lost and found, and helped sponsor the inter-ser- vice club basketball league. Leo members also did much work in the Briar Bush Nature Center and at many homes in the community during the weekends. 4th: J. Kessler, L. McKnight, J. Youngquist, L. Cornell, B. Ferrar, M. Baily. 3rd: J. Stack, C. Rickard, B. Cox, S. Weymouth, J. Bunting, D. Nagel, R. Gripp, J. Pisani. 2nd: M. Constandino, D. Dicker, S. Latimer, C. Weber, D. Meyers, A. Berkowitz, J. Adams, R. Tompkins. 1st: E. Ullman, P. Winters, J. Patonetz, B, Miller, D. Bellet, C. D'Ardenne. w"f"W ea , 5, wlllilllll ,W wxiylllll Nl6,y Q3 , QQXNGYUJIWJJ, if Qsstlitlllaiy sm .5 X1 ,sf ,Q-2S""fg4I,f xg, ,,slllBlfffl0,5 .gig 'wx Q' :?-'y f v -- - -- Lil uinsrpywa J ,oll46'J'fki un pf ,N Row I: L. Fiosenwald, M. Solomon lPres.l, B. Lashner iTreas.l, B. Gluck lV. Pres.l, B. Greenspan, A. Berkowitz, P. Hileman. Row 2: E. Sickles, B. Herring, J. Tobin, M. Manning, J. Fiublin, E. Weiss, L. Hokanson, B. Fiublin. Row 3: P. Kopistansky, P. Bremier, B. Voss, M. Sobelman, M. McCantz, J. Cotmon, H. McNulty, C. Hardwick, B. Watson, M. Schwarzman, S. Verona, L. Kind, B. Moreland, E. Furman, N. Klenk, B. Feldman. Row 4: P. Sutrynowicz, S. Berkowitz, L. Mergner, D. Dilworth, B. Citer, B. Schraeder, J. Adams. SPORTS CLUB VARSITY "A" Row 1: G. Myers, T. Shaw, R. Gump, J. Adams, S. Latimer, P. Winters. Row 2: Fl. Tompkins, J. Bickley, D. Mockaitis, D. Nagel. Row 3: D. Pickard, B. McMaster, R. Gump, T. Stoddard, A. Berkowitz, B. Fluck, B. Porter, R. Harford, J. Shulson, G. Nelson, B. Ferrar. The Sports Club, in its fourth year, was bigger and more active than ever before. There was a trip to the Spectrum to see the Los Angeles Lakers in the midst of their winning streak, the greatest in the his- tory of professional sports. The big showdown at the Palestra between Penn and Villanova was witnessed by a busload of members. Also, a trip to the Spectrum to see the Flyers in action against the Minnesota North Stars was made. The club saw the Phillies battle the world champion Pittsburg Pi- rates. Dave Wahl, the former Penn star and present member of the Seventy-Sixers, was a fine guest speaker. Another ex- cellent guest speaker was Bobby Clarke of the Flyers. All seventy members of the club contributed to make it a very successful year. GIAC I X i ,.f - 5 , .. g . -1. Flow 1: J. Lockett, K. Hanna, L. Ducsik, J. Blauner, L. Morgan, E. Armstrong, B. lVlilIer. Row 2: C. Watts, P. Strother, J. Golden, S. Leedom, E. Betz, S. Goodman, K. Dougherty, L. Mankus. Row 3: L. Macflllinn, K. Harner, D. Greene, L. Hall, B. Hughes, J. Olsen, D. Kaiser, D. Muhl. Abington High School has long been known for its outstanding athletic teams. The Ghosts' second consecutive championship soccer team is an excellent illustration of this fact. Abington sportsmen are more than just good athletes, though, as we see in the Varsity "A" Club. Open to all the boys receiving a varsity letter in athletics, the Varsity "A" Club is designed to enable these students to contribute something more than their ability to the athletic program at Abington, lVlr. Jean Trees, a mathematics teacher, sponsors the club. Among the many activities of this club are the spon- soring of the intramural basketball league and selecting the football queen and her court. Barbara Harberger was award- ed the title this year. The club is under the able leadership of Paul Winters, president: Scot Latimer, vice president and treasurer, and Ray Gump, secretary. GlAC's major project this year was the green-stamp drive. The intent of this drive was the aquisition of a universal gym, an exercising unit, which can be used by all of the sports teams. GIAC participated in its usual spirit programs and had proposed many cooperative activities with Varsity Also, in attempting to start a tradition at Abington, GIAC nominated 1971-1972 football kings. Left to Right: Scott Schwarz, John Bacon, Jonathan Shaffer. 12 o'clock Clockwise: S. Kahn, M. Sobelman, B. Blumberg, S. Sweet, D. Grace, E. Hilton, J. Krais, R. Foedisch, S. Betz, J. Moskal, A. Spiegel, M. Katz. xv W The Abington Bicycle Club wheeled off to a fine start this fall with a trip to Mt. Holly, New Jer- sey. Rain prevented many of the scheduled trips from being held, but the spring agenda was pro- mising and exciting. Bike rides were held on the weekends and varied in length from five to seventy-five miles. Founded in the fall of 1969 by Steve Kahn and Barry Blumberg, the Abington Bicycle Club has grown to a North-South Campus membership of over 100. The ten team league games were played after school because the admin- istration would only permit one early dismissal for a match. Under the watchful eyes of sponsor Mr. Jean Trees, the players became underated North Suburban Champs for the year 1970-1971 and retained this title through this new season as well. Top: G. Lucyszyn, B. Herring, G. Wasko. Bottom: G. Noland, B. Bloor, S. Miller, K. Davenport. Not Pictured: D. Grace, D. Schutzman, Sponsor Mr. Trees. The Bridge Club met regu- larly on Monday afternoons for heavy sessions of bridge playing. Instruction was of- fered by the members to each other depending on the de- gree of skill that each had achieved. All told it was a very successful year and a lot of fun. Top Row: J. Goldman, N. Otis, C. Lifson, D. Kessler, B. Rublin, C. Annon, A. Skovron. Second Row: M Sobelman, S. Miller, B. Lashner, M. Stevens, J. McLaughlin. Bottom Row: V. Waterman, T. Koster, P. Annon, D. Weiman, L. Kivitz, L. Goldman. face ,Tx E jr o 1-wage V . YOGA CLUB Monday afternoons have been more than just "school after- noons" - at least in P 216. The members ofthe 1972 Yoga Club, who might have been called "beginners", have become "ad- vanced". This has been achieved with the help of Mrs. Jack Moses, one of the most informed and well-oriented Yoga instruc- tors in the area. By 4:00 each Monday afternoon the class was well on its way to the relaxation that was felt at 3:05 Fridays. Even students from the Alternative School frequented this club, in hopes of relaxing themselves for another week. ,fe sl in-12 Left to right, Row 1: N. Fox L. Swenson, S. Gamburg, D Zislis. Row 2: L. Frank, S Racik, S. Malton lvice-presi dentl, Row 3: J. Goodwin, G Vartanian, J. McAfee, J. Elli son lpresidentl, Fl. Rothman C. Dober, Mr. Lavelle lspon sorl, Mrs. Jack Moses lyoga in structorl. Members include: J. Werntz lpresidentl, A. Kesselman lsecretaryl A. Spiegel, G. Wasco, T. Anderson, S. Smoger, K. Hess, B. Melville, K.Genneti, N. Lifson, J. Moskal, Fl. Tapper, D. Rothschild, B. Nugent, C. Cassalia, I. Smogar, M. Melino, C. Moore. meu snug: Members lnclude: M. Stanislaw, G. Wasko, L. Oakes, J. Bolno, A. Spiegel, J. Ferencsik, E. Hess, R. Katz, J. MiIler,J. Blauner,J. Golden, G. Meyers, G. Barg, E. Freedman, A. Snyder, E. Camnitz, J. Alterman, P. Annon, D. Tieger, D. Muhl, J. McAfee, C. Manstein, P. Bremier, M. Stevens, B. Voss, C. Cassalia, B. Rice, R. Manstein, M. Steffanelli, R. Kalikow, D. Lipschutz, B. Haydan, D. Harris, L. Mankus, E. Zuckerkandel, E. Weinstock, L. Rosenwald, K. Hanna, E. Betz, M. Manning, L. Kind, C. Hicks, G. Schaffer, G. Berkenstock, S. Van Scott, L. Blickle, J. Goldman, C. Flickinger, C. Mankus, K. Harner. ff' l f'a CLUB i , . 95' f iq' lie The Abington Ski Club was more active this year than ever in the past. The club was enthusiastically led by Joan Miller iPresidentl, Jeanne Blauner lVice Presidentl, Kim Tieger iSecretaryl, and Steve Van Scott lTreasurerl with sponsors Mr. Martin, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Bobb, and Mr. Conner. Club activities included an afternoon of turf skiing, askifilm, the sale of bumper stickers, and a film and fashion show combination that raised S150. The money raised helped finance phone calls to Vermont and the lowering of the cost of the trips. The club also took a number of trips to the Poconos and to Vermont. The day trips were to Elk Mountain and Great Gorge and the weekend trips were to Mt. Snow and Killington. The club also spon- sored one super trip to Stowe, Vermont for a week during Easter. L-s,...1 ,z-.. ll! Row 1: T. Anderson, K. Yulsman, A. Aron, D. Fox, A. Ettingoff. Row 2: J. Rublin, J. Sonnenfeld, D. Randolph, S. Miller, M. Needle, C. Colladay, G. Fisher, S. Heggs, D. Mosley, A. Berkowitz, M. McCants, B. Gibbs, Mrs. Elayne Zimmerman lSponsorl. M The Human Relations Club met periodically in large and H U A N small groups to discuss problems in the school and the community. Individual and group efforts were directed toward improving inter-racial and inter-religious relations, R E 0 N S and this year saw the development of the club's concern with women's rights. Just chartered this year, the Jewish Studies Club has J I S H been an outlet for discussions on Judaism and Jewish Affairs, and has hosted guest speakers on this topic. Membership included students of all religions. Under the U D I E S leadership of Gregg Greenberg, foundation for next year's lsraeli Exchange Program has been laid. A. li likow, S. Berkowitz. Flow 3: Baurer, G, Rhodeside. Row 1: L. Lubin, V. Tabaac, B. Goodman, K. Keller, B. Blumberg. Row 2: M. Katz, R. Adelman, I. Weiss, R. Ka- P. Feldman, R. Feldman, A. Ecker, J. Sonnenfeld, A. Cooper, R. Williams, M. The World Affairs Club, affili- ated with the World Affairs Coun- cil of Philadelphia, involves stu- dents in the problems of the world. Trips were made each month to the United Nations or different embassies in Washington. The year was climaxed by a chance for the students to under- stand the workings of internation- al relations through participation in a model United Nations. WORLD AFFAIRS The Involvement Day Commit- tee was a group of diligent stu- dents concerned with promoting interaction between the students and the community. In its second year, the committee expanded its scope to include diverse topics- from birth control to auto me- chanics. The actual Involvement Day was held in early May. lt was a complete success for all. Row 1: A. Carter, B. Lashner, B. Rub- lin, A. Berkowitz, J. Rublin, B. Nug- ent. Row 2: L. Kivitz, J. Sonnenfeld, G. Kraus, A. Aaron, M. Needle. Row 3: D. Weiman, lchairrnanl, P. Kopistan- sky, S. Miller. all Lu lll ll Ill lg, Row 1: I. Smoger, L. Dolsen, D. Mosley, M. McCantz, M. Neumann-Kleinpaul, J. Ellison, S. Miller Flow 2: M. Sommerfeld, S. Rostock, J. Jenne, N. Drain, C. Hill, C. Smith, G. Fischer, S. Schwartz, Mr Alan Glass. INVOLVEMENT DAY 139 . . E . i i i L . x H f' 1 ff 1,1 Flow 1 lleft to rightl: S. Weinberger, R. Marcilio, B. Tratenberg, B. Wright, P. Quigley, K. Tieger, N. Hopeng Row 2: L. Schlesinger, B. Rosen, T. Lake, T. Robalb, M. McCantz, H. Brumberg, S. Lennette, B. Saget, Miss Jones. Row 3: L. Weinberger, IVI. Mandel, M. Miller, P. Bremier, D. Olsen, J. Golden, B. Watson, C. Wilson, E. 4,,,. . Sickles, M. Solomon, D. McFarland, D. Coats, L. Lifton, J. Liang, Not pictured: K. Santry, G. Meyers, P. Flood, J. Hoffman. TFR s f ' ' "J Y - ...M ,L . ..,.....,i3 ,,,,,,,, A213 A, - 1 140 Row 1: K. Lifson iVice Presidentl, M. Sickles lPresidentl, E. Lurie lTreasurerl, M. Tichenor iSecretaryl. Row 2: A. Rudoff, L. Shapiro, N. Mertz, M. Smith, B. Manning. Row 3: J. Riebman, V. Alpern, Mrs. Turner, D. Heiman, M Wolfe, K. Mailey, P. Kramer, L. Kopen haver, S. Speechley, H. Smith. The Abington Teens for Retarded Club consists of students who are interested in helping children with both mental and physical handicaps. Our main project this year was the Saturday Recreational Program for the mentally handicapped children of the Cadwalder School. The goal of this program was to help the children become socially oriented, strengthen muscles, develop hand and eye coordination, and to help the children acquire friendships. Field trips to the Zoo, Franklin Institute, Hockey and Basketball games, and the movie "Babes in Toyland" were taken. With the assistance of Abington MacDonalds we were able to raise money for this program and to them we extend our thanks. The officers for this year were: President- Edward Sickles, Vice-Presidents- Kevin Santry, Beverly Watson, Corresponding Secretary- Debra Olson, Recording Secretary- Joanne Golden, Club Sponsor- Miss Carrie Jones UNICEF Row 1: L. Zigler, M. Suckle. Row 2: C. Weinstock, L. Heyman, P. Melvin. Row 3: B. Weiss, J. Brown, N. Weiland, N. Loeb, S. Smith. QM YN V93 gif EW F5 gi or , ww 9 MX y. U A01 M ,gf if up i NJA? 1 1 i 1 .fs g ,, ' Cat- '1 Qc ' - .WL is Row 1: Y. Yamamoto, B. McMurry, J. Hunsicker, L. Oram, C. Hedrick, T. Roberts. Row 2: M. Parker, F. Busch, R. White, L. Weaver, D. Kramer, D. Benbow, J. Admas. Row 3: K. Gaines, S. Lawrence, T. Lyshon, B. Gottshall, lVlr. George Lyshon, L. Hoyle, B. ewmeyer, C. Russell, R. Hendricks, J. Merkle. NEWLIFE . . . that's exactly what our club is all about, finding meaning and purpose for living through God and Jesus Christ, His Son. Each week as we've shared and discussed, we've found that in the Bible, God gives relevant answers and solutions to our questions and problems. I Besides our weekly discussions, we've had monthly activities including parties, picnics, and a spring weekend retreat. These have been great times of fun and getting to know each other, as well as sharing common problems and experiences. Even though it is the hardest way, we are finding that God's way is the only one that works and lasts! DAY NURSERY Row 1: J. Weltman, C. Schaffert,D Glynn, Nl. Diehl, S. Bush, C. Shapiro Row 2: M. Duggan, Nlrs. Turner, K Bauss, J. Krause, S. West, E. Feld man. GUIDES AND USHERETTES Row 1: L. Glatthorn, K. Bailey, B. Shapiro, K. Goldsmith. Row 2: D. Dietrich, L. Kind, L. Gutekurst, J. Spainger. Row 3: S. Heggs lChairmanl, B. Levy lChair- manl, S. Shuman, H. Brumberg, E. Friedman, N. Former, S. Shiner, E. Moyer. The Usherettes were present this year at all school activities: "The Madwoman of Chaillot" in Nov.: the winter concert in Dec., which was pre- sented by the choral department. Due to the re- pairs being done on the ceiling at South Campus, the concert was held at North Campus. Also, the Usherettes were present at the play "Catch Me If You Can", and at the school musical "On A Clear Day". This year's Usherettes had a new look. New uniforms were bought to replace the ones used in past years. With the help of Mrs. Clemens, the club sponsor, this year's activities ran very well. Row 1: J. Esler, S. Marr, L. Johnson, E. Konkoly, B. McAffee, I. Sultz, L. Bell, J. Cohen, P. Lane. Row 2: L. Dougherty, D. Green, E. Feldman, P. Higgins, S. Stutman, S. Silver, V. Papale, M. Hutt, D. Amend, S. Holloway, M. Whitten. Row 3: D. Traub, D. Adams, H. Smith, C. Blumberg, C. Kind, F. Owens, M. Sylvester, D. Dawson, J. Skilman. L HALL MONITORS Row 1: K. Erb, J. Smith, L. Poindexter, K. Lee. Row 2: B. Vassian, K. Grenninger, M. Rafferty, D. Vincent, T. Dunmore, R. Wright. 143 On floor-il to rl: J. Cahill, M. Motz, C. Blechl. Row 1: A. Oberholtzer, T. Crick, L. Hess, M. Deacon, M. Whitcavage D Bauer, J. Laskowski, G. Berkenstock. Row 2: L. Carr, A. Sally, W. Trice, C. Paddick, S. Lavish, J. Hess, J, Benko M Stroll, J. Ackers, P. Ray. PFTA - Pennsylvania Future Teachers of America - that's what our initials stand for. Education is not a primary objective but rather an ultimate goal one strives to achieve as a member of this organization. Our activities are varied and cover wide areas of interest to present and future educators. To kick off the new school year - we had an open meeting to attract new interested members. Our meeting gave a background and objective approach to FTA. Also a brief summary of the past surnmer's activities at the regional convention, as attended by our sponsor, Mrs. Georgia Clemens and the current president, Donna Randolf. Lastly it also provided a social time gathering with refresh- ments. Flea Markets have proven to be a unique addition and quite a huge success for fund raising. Other activities include listening to speakers, volunteering in neighboring elementary schools, and visiting state colleges. Education with enjoyment is our goal! lL. to R. Circularl: B. Cheville, I. Smoger, T. Anderson, L. La Conte, E. Sickles, L. D Andrea S Lybrand S Goodman Center: D. Randolf, J. Garrison lnot picturedl. l f A 71 mf .gg V V.: - The Future Nurses Club is an orgainzation for those interested in a career in the nursing field. The club was very active during 1971-1972. During Christmas they took refreshments to the patients at Friends' Hall and entertained them with singing. The club also took a trip to Upper Merion High School for a Medical Careers meeting. In addition, the Future Nurses Club had speak- ers from Chestnut Hill Hospital and the Armed Forces. FBLA In October, eight members of FBLA went to the Fall Regional Meeting at Hatboro-Horsham High School. This is a meeting where all the chapters in Region Twelve meet in a chosen high school. For Christmas, we went to Bethana Home in Southampton and decorated their dining area. ln order to raise funds for the club we sold candy and various cards and stationery. In the spring, Spring Re- gionals vvere held at Wissahickon High School. Spring Regionals are contests, in business subjects, where win- ners are given certificates of merit. All around, the FBLA has had a successful year. i 4 1 i Row 1: S. Fahs, C. Benson, D. Chun, B. Trachtenburg, B. Mc Murray Miss Konkle. Row 2: K. Smith, D. Hall. Row 3: J. Stanisslaw, S. Marone P McDade B. Coutter. Row 4: V. Statute, B. Gottchalk, L. Hoyle, J. Schaltz Row 1: L. Jobba lvice-presidentl, K. Wolff ipresidentl, D. Cronin ltreasurerl, M. White. Row 2: D. Hamilton, Mrs. Lamb lfaculty advisorl. Row 3: J. Saxon, P. Galante, D. Panichello, E. Burkowski, G. Trendler, K. Gluch. 145 Row 3 ll to rl: E. Sickles. Row 2: D. Chun, K. Greninger, B. Suckle, L. Hoyle, S. Maro Konkle. Row 1: B. McMurry, C. Benson. aff -0 146 mdk . -Gig. we , M- Q, - ne, B. Godshach, D. Zemel. G3 STUCK! srufgf Hoil, Miss Row 1: S. Fay. Row 2: S. Bush M. Suckle. Row 3: D. Glynn T Finelli, C. Clemenson. Row 4 B THEATRE Strippers wearing lights, carrying trumpets-two bachelors attempting to live together-an eighteenth century countess appearing in a modern day French cafe- a girl who is talking to flowers. .. all this is a part of Theatre Honorary. Under the critical eye of lVlrs. Cohen this group is known as being the thespian of Abington. This group promotes and performs the Junior and Senior class plays. lt also plays an important part in the musical. This year excellent productions of the Senior Class play, "The Nladwoman of ChaiIlot" the Junior Class play, "Catch Nle If You Can" and the spring musical, "On a Clear Day" reflected the inter- est and hard work of Theatre Honorary and all those involved. Left to Right: P. Quigley, T. Oram, J. Marco, D. Lee, B. 1 l Nugent, S. Leedom. Top: B. Davis, A. Hughes, S. Nleritz. DRAMA CLUB i i T, I l l q. l . l l l 2 i i l i l i . , t . 1:4 'l Row 1: R. Lynch, M. Lawrence, C. Brodsky, D. Biermann, lAssistant Directorl M. Finberg, lAssistant Directorl C. Frankil. Row 2: D. Gare ofano, M. Nathan, R. DeKalb. Row 3: L. Freedman, K. Linsk, M. Cohen. Row 4: R. Cas- salia, J. Lavin, J. Nit- zky, B. DiLello. g., .L mfr' ' , .ga 2 L4 'ff Nr 'S MAD WCIVIAN CHAILLOT Y Ilil 'S Q 9 sl, UTY F ,W N ,,. 52,1 5 ,wg , . 'egivigd A 05911 ,. PAW' 33251. i i i '- J 5 P ef Q 5 'ie rv l V q . if 'if Er vw 4 P by 6 xi S ee ,. - sf it l . 1 X ' 15 , fx 552' ' ' fr fi 2 . r l ' -.ff 1 lg, ' i ' si : 5 Q K . init r , . .l i , 2 4 il lx I -fn, A ' ' ' l 'H i xii K--in wiv? ' kk . C THE MAEVYOMZN OZ CHA' W y ean lrau oux ' Aw:i j P L ProSDector . . . .Jeff Brader i fi President . . .... Bob Davis emo "-'- f i 915 Baron .... . . Michael Forte . V e. llA 'Q Ragpicker . . . . . Leonard Barrett . i i 5? ' Deaf Mute . . . . Aiiene Hughes Q , Y 36 Irma ....... . . . Donna Lee P ' ,I ' "ig Countess Aurelia . . . Sibby Meritz i ' ii i i"g ' i' . 5 ' i ,Q l Pierre ...,.. . Larry Swertloff I 'A' ff' " K ' 5 F g 5 Constance . . . . Debby Mosley M 129 ' , 'Q 2 Gabrielle . . . Melinda Finberg l " f .C Josephine . . . . .Tawny Oram E ftl 1 C 'W 'gi' C ' Prospectors . . . .Jeff Brader . I ' 1 Rick DeKalb i '15 f 1 A A Press Agents . . . . .Pat Murphy X f' 3515 g f Bobbi' Gfeef' - -f i 1' Director and Designer . Miss M. Maguire L- i' r A . i Costumes ....... . .Miss M. Cameron X .. - Q A 'khz Lighting ........ . . .lvlr. Richard Raabe fi. . Make-up and Costumes . . . . .Janet Antonuzzi . ywlg 4 f' 2 JoAnn Liskowski . 5.51, , ' -1 Scenery . . . ..... Pat Quigley ef f ' V -ye Stage Crew . . . . Tori Anderson ' 'G Lighting . . . .Jim Tornetta Properties . . . . Sue Johnson rrI'im:sg4.f.., Jn.:-if AilI:rdmrld7r' 1 ef A e :WSW e H lg new . lVlr. Corban .... Inspector Levine . . Father Koehelter IVlrs. Corban . . IVIr. Parker . . lVlrs. Parker . . Sidney .. 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' Q Q me-ax - - Q' Q f ,A . , , , Q Q ....... 6, .. , , Q Q, X . Q . Q ' Q ' , :QQ 4 1- A ., , . O . 'Q' uf Q . . .. . 35 , , - . . Q Q o 1, if . Q ' , Q Q 'Q Q, . , 5' Q Q :,1.,, Q . Q 4 - ' 'U is vv 9' W... Q' ' f , Q, J' , Qi G 'f 7.32-W, Q l s. . Q 'Je - k Q .ww Q. , + , vw .. . ,, . , sa., 5 J ' - -r Ws.wfyQf gnu V ' 0 X , ' - Ip Nj' 'rn-3. fr, .g :S Aw of 4 , , 3, w W,,f,:m -swf' ' ,' ref., vp 4 1- 0 '. -L I 0. ,, Q I-, x g.,m W e ,f +.3."1. W gs.. .g'I'f".ve:v:"2':"QZv20. k N Q' "li'Qn.fa4'-QRJ'5532-3i'Nj i -N. ,Q 4 -v Q ,N , ' C' w ' rj me 4-,gf y - o 1. Q 1, Q' J rf' Q. 0 " 'V' I im' ' ..'s'e?.+. .s'.'.. ,Jfv,w,v..'k -www. .Q . , . .f5mfq.?f,! 1 K' V ' ff Q ' Mi 1 U Q . rf. . ,4 V. , Row 1: J. Keyser, G. Duffy, P. Lawson, J. Sonnenfeld, R. West. Row 2: L. Goodman, M. Chacker, R. Orleman K. Schwartz, D. Hafner, S. Schuman, D. Kessler, D. Kettinger, S. Kahn. Row 3: R. Sykes, M. Melino, R i Feldman, M. Schwarzman, R. Tompkins, M. Lunquist, E. Maser, D. Sigg, P. Macho, J. BIaszczyk,V. Fischer,E Eisler, C. Blechl, S. Tordella, L. Swenson, J. Youngquist, W. Cherry. Left to Right: Jeff Sonnenfeld, news-editorial editor: Glen Duffy, sports editor: Miss Millicent Cameron, business adviser: Patti Lawson, chief editor: Bob West, feature editor, Miss Mary Grace Ambler, copy adviser. 154 The goal of the Abington- ian has been to remove itself from the stereotype of the traditional high school news- paper. These journals only published "safe", but stale news, happy, superficial edi- torials, and silly inane puzzles or interviews as feature arti- cles. Sports reports were judged by the amount of names that were crammed in an article. Opinions were highly censored and the staff was a strictly structured bu- reaucracy. However the Ab- ingtonian has evolved from this heritage. The paper does not reflect the views of any particular group. There are no restrictive policies on who can write or what topics can be discussed. These character- istics were realized by stu- dents and the staff was great- ly increased. The Abingtonian became a forum for ideas. Creative writing and music, book and entertainment re- views were encouraged. Fle- porting greatly improved and editorials expressed views on many controversial and ex- plosive topics. The Abingtonian has been proclaimed an outstanding student newspaper by state- wide and national evaluators. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association, a national organization, has awarded the newspaper two lVledalist awards, twenty first places and four second places in sep- arate ratings. Among them were: Straight News-Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, second: Straight Sports-Glen Duffy, first: Donald West, first: lnforma- tive Features-Jeffrey Son- nenfeld, second: Ariel Bois- seau, second: Serious Poetry -lVlark Dennis, second: Light Verse-Gerald C. Boehm, sec- ond: Photographs-John Ku- rowski, first: Cartoons- Joseph lVlelody, first: David Krouse, second: Illustrations -Diane Cassalia, first: Light Verse-Carol Vassian, second. The Pennsylvania Scholastic Press Association has cited the Abingtonian for four G HOST POST Keystone Awards, fifteen first places and seven second places. A unique characteristic of the paper given much atten- tion is its code of ethics. Writ- ten by the students, it guaran- tees and further clarifies the rights of freedom of the press in school. The editors-in- chief, Jeff Sonnenfeld, Patti Lawson, Bob West and Glen Duffy spoke about the news- paper code at the Pennsyl- vania Scholastic Press Assoc- iation convention in Harris- burg on November 12, 1971 and at the Columbia Scholas- tic Press Association in New York on IVlarch 10, 1972. Left to right, Row 1: K. Bernhard, B. Nlayerson, C. Brodsky. Row 2: M. Nathan, B. Herscher, R. Sutton, G. Borkowski, K. Bosniak, J. Partridge, L. Blumenthal, C. Shapiro, Nl. Katz. Row 3: A. Nlonticcolo, L. Fairorth, l. Sultz, K. Linsk, J. Kahn, M. Golden, D. Linch, S. Weinberg, C. Siebert. Row 4: J. Stitzinger, K. Heisler, D. Hertz, J. Eichenlaub, E. Rosenbaum, P. King, F. Strulson, D. Frankel, A. Seltzer. 'Innate -BAA! m-?fa.""-r"' - The News Bureau may be called Abington's public relations department. Sponsored by Mr. Charles Schneller and Nlr. Robert Lavelle, the News Bureau provides the local newspapers with articles and pic- tures of the school's various activities. Ronnie Kim is the hard working Editor-in-Chief, with her two able assistants Rick Williams and Barbara Suckle. Pictures are supplied by Photography editor Steve Kahn, with the strong support of his clicky finger camera men. The goal of the News Bureau is to keep in touch with the community, and let them know what goes on inside Abington High School. The Camera Club of Abington High, with President Steve Kahn, plays an important role in school. The Camera Club serves the many publications of Abington, such as News Bureau, Abingtonian, Oracle, and Spectre. The stu- dents do their own developing and printing, and have taken over 3,000 pictures of school activities this year. Front: J. Blauner, B. Strouse, N. Rothschild, H. Kim. Back Rows: R. Katz, R. Lavelle lSponsorl, K. Trifiletti, J. Liang, B. Brann, B. Suckle, G. Morris, R. Williams, D. Sugarman, P. Quigley, M. London, S. Kahn, F. Fellmeth, Q- ,.fr"' 12 'S N Row l: F. Fellmeth, J. Liang, D. Kettinger, M. London. Row ll: B. Shore, M. Katz, M. Morris, M. Needle, N. Rothschild, Mr. Schneller, taking picture - S. Kahn. '1- 'If-kxv ., ROW 'i N- Rf-Whschlld, B. Nugent, S. McGettigan, R. Arden, B. Voss, M. Katz, D. Randolph, S. Kahn, lSeatedl S. Manton, J. Tobin, B. Dennis, J. Tornetta. 157 Today is Friday, March 3, 1972. Please Rise . . . with these words lAbington High Schooll South Campus enters into an- other day of classes and crowds. Presenting news, information, and sporting results. Popular mu- sic--Bach to Beatles to Byrds is played in an attempt to please all tastes. ARTW is manned by the students: thus enabling them responsibility and experience in the Radio Media. The organiza- tion is controlled by Mr. T. Con- HOT. 1 Spectre: Top Row: Beth Phillips, Gail Morris, John Grot- husen, David Grace, Anne Kesselman, Liza Von Rosentiel, Cathy Hardwick, Heidi McNulty. 2nd Row: K. Ginnetti, Gary Latzgo, Lenette Swenson, iEditor in Chiefi, Bob Endruschat, iEditori, Beth Page: iAssistant Editori, Nancy Goodwin, Jody Katz, Frank Weidman, iEditori. BL AU TB Left to Right, Row 1: R. Cox lpresidentl, S. Miller lvice-presidentl, R. Emerson, G. Fisher. Row 2: G. Wasko, N. Rothschild, A. Zemel, S. Lawrence. Missing -B. Rosen. CREATIVE WRITING CLUB Left to Right: S. Rosenzweig, H. McNulty, C. Hardwick, V. Fisher, IVI. McCants. Standing: Mr. Brown, sponsor. :fl The debate team has had a highly successful year in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Debate League, which is com- prised of ten area high schools. This year's debate resolu- tion, "That the jury system in the United States should be significantly changed," has resulted in such topics as no- fault insurance, military justice, and arbitration in anti-trust cases. Although our teams go against other schools having debate as a major subject, the determination and interest on the part of our members and our sponsor, lVlr. Robert Burt, resulted in an excellent winning record. The Creative Writing Club serves as an outlet for the talents of inspired members of the stu- dent body. The club meets on alternate weeks to discuss the varied works of the members, who produce uninhibited plays, poems, short stories, and even an occasional novel. They write for their own pleasure but this fact does not preclude by any means QV the possibility of publication. wk Row 2: Mrs. Tinkelman lsponsorl, B. Wright, Fl. Kalikow, S. Berkowitz, E. Friedman, J. Brader. Row 1: B. Nugent, S. Prentzel, M. Hallman, D. Rose. The Folk Music Club has been very successful this year in making the people of the club and the school come together. The Muyon Coffee House was created this year and was held in December and March. ln April, the seventh annual Folk Concert was presented. Aside from this, our club meetings were made up of presentations of various types of music by members. FOLK DANCING CLUB Row 1: L. Freedman, R. Malerman, C Brown. Row 2: J. McCauley, D. Cantor D. Mark. Row 3: B. Skovron, D. Mandel blatt, J. Nitzky, R. Cassalia, J. Caruso W. Alpern, J. Lavin. Row 4: D. Heiman M. Olmsted, M. Schvinrtz, D. Wolk, C Breinig, H. Smith, S. Speechley. Row 5 L. Palmbaum, S. Coplan, L. Schodle, K Gluch, A. Chambers, L. Blumberg, K Rosstein, Nl. Cohen, K. Lintz, K. Lifson L. Shapiro, E. Yerkes, R. Lessa. 160 Abington's First Annual Table Tennis Tournament was held in Januray. Despite the hasty preparation and unprecedented number of participants, the entire set of games, from the pitiable first rounds to the dramatic championship match, was a roaring success. Winners were, in Class B, junior Bob Sundy, and in Class A, where the stiffer competition was, senior Peter Hileman managed to eke out a win over Burt Rublin. Perhaps the greatest achievement to come from the tournament was the securing of a ping-pong table for the student lounge. lard Y lil PING-PCNG M ,H V17 Hina' Ye. J' wwe? fu...-4+ ' is if-ffl Margie Sobelman Lynda Dolson Assistant Editor Business Editor E K Lilly Schaffert Co-Editor-in-chief Paws. K, KWH, 'L 5 if MW, Vicki Waterman Co-Editor-in-chief Scott Latimer Sports Editor wa is Q .9 'R V' . 'Wx -.fm if 'W V"i"'4lz an-.FSE ,S Danny Kraus X 7 ,Jin . a 2 a X:-H 3:4 -.. 1 I Ill Sarah Jane Marx ,J af f .2 , H "L' W ab ,M-N X n ,SX EDITORS-IN-CHI EF: Lilly Schaffert Vicki Waterman ASSISTANT EDITOR: SPORTS EDITOR: Margie Sobelman Scott Latimer BUSINESS EDITOR: Lynda Dolson STAFF: CONTINGENTS: Lisa Von Rosenstiel Steve Smoger Joanne Golden Sarah Jane Marx Beth Cheville Lydia Macht Kim Yulsman Danny Kraus Babs D'Amours PHOTOGRAPHY Marty Katz Debby Fox Steve Kahn Gary Barg Rick Williams COVE R PHOTO: Marty Katz Linda Morgan Karen Trifiletti Susan Shimer Candy Colladay Jeanne Blauner Randi Klein Mary Stevens Donna Domenicali Patty Annon Nancy Drain Chuck Hill Donna Randolph ART CONTRIBUTORS: Stuart Rosenberg Liza Von Rosenstiel Sue Mallon Barbara Harberger ag Marty Katz Mr. Thomas J. Connor Jr SPONSOR Quotes on pages 1, 33, 79, 109, 169:' 294, 295, 311, and 328 taken from The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran. "za-aff, fn BUSINESS STAFF: Larry Goodman, John Jenne, Lynda Dolson, Jane Olson I ff- M, TECH SCHOOL Www 1 up , W .. mf. .t ..--f .gnu Au iw 1 W 'Q' X an R, R . kJ,,,..f W.,.. v . , , is Ev' yylv , .. 4 ' ff f gif i pf' ,Q g a ' 5 gyql f iii f crore xypumww' i ,, 5' ' fs 45 , A ...rip km' t 2,1 X3 A - .wg i , ing. 4 W. Q ff- "'1"Y -Q1 AAI , .W new A E1 -SQ ' They are the sons and daughters of Life 'S longing for itself. . . l EW, . ? 'Wx 'Razr' . X., , . Li" , : f . ,,,.., , i J' A ' ' ., . in. Linda Abriola 1077 Pheasant Rd. Rydal Stephen Ackerman 2082 Jenkintown Rd. Glenside yf E Louis Acker 930 Reese Ave. Huntingdon Valley 'WE QAM?- ser... James Adams 1247 Wunderland Rd. Roslyn O Ronald Adelman 1587 Marian Rd. Abington Roberta Allen 340 Locust Rd. North Hills Xff X1 ,.. Joyce Akers 545 Hillcrest Ave. Glenside Jill Alterman 833 Jenkintown Rd Elkins Park YN.. Margaret Anastasi 2646 Jenkintown Rd. North Hills Mario Ancona 1061 Devon Rd. Jenkintown Judith Andrews 920 Township Line Rd. Elkins Park M' 'A ,. Victoria Anderson 2122 Kent Rd. Abington . Aw...-1. ., .fi -,., .ew-:tg Q Patricia Annon Lynn Anthony 1912 Lambert Rd. 843 Garfield Ave. Baederwood Clarissa Antonacci 1508 Elkins Ave. Abington Ardsley Wy Janet Antonuzzi 1354 Arnold Ave Roslyn sins' David Aptaker 960 Wesley Ave. Huntingdon Valley GNN, 'WN Robert Arden 141 Fisher Rd. Jenkintown Colette Armstrong 836 Edge Hill Rd. Glenside Nancy Arellano . 2900 Carnation Ave. Willow Grove Jane Marie M. Arment 912 Beverly Rd. Rydal Ellen Armstrong 127 Stanley Ave. G lenside Mary Armstrong 836 Edge Hill Rd. Glenside Adam Aron 1220 Valley Rd. Meadowbrook VY 1,-u Keith Ashlock 402 Monroe Ave. North Hills ,e-.5 David Aucott 311 Rolling Hill Rd. Elkins Park Eveline Baginski 11 Chandler St. Rockledge Nancy Baker Susan Balin 2465 Lafayette Ave. 1072 Kingsley Rd. Roslyn Jenkintown P31 3 Evelyn Avolio 2879 Rossiter Ave. Roslyn Michael Bailey 1270 Rosemont Lane Abington 6' Glenn Babel 227 Rolling Hill Rd. Elkins Park Nancy Ballard 1975 Maple Ave. Ardsley Donald Bareiss 124 High School Rd Elkins Park Marilyn Barnes Deborah Barer 1618 Pennypack Road Huntingdon Valley 1571 Rothley Ave. Willow Grove .-he :Qi Q Lynn Barr 751 Washington Lane Jenkintown Paul Becker 315 Central Ave. North Hills Cynthia Bates 2013 Butler Ave. Michael Baurer 751 Woodside Road Rydal vu l is we ze.- . sf. . Cas- .- 1 , : Q , 5 , 0,, ' Abington -.ww Marna Baumgarten 1061 Henrietta Ave Huntingdon Valley .qw- Sb' Cynthia Beck Ni Rf" 1420 Valley Road Beveny Ben 'V'ead0Wb'00k 1729 Prospect Ave. Willow Grove Ralph Bennett 2408 Hamilton Ave. Roslyn David Bellet 247 Roberts Ave. Julia Benko 1230 Westmont Ave Roslyn Glenside V, b Sue Benn i ngfield T i . 153 Central Ave. A Philadelphia F' KA 1 1- 2 gIiF! R Y 17 h Ln. pgs. K Charyl Benson 1075 Old Ford Road Huntingdon Valley 'Ui S 14" ' Stephen Benson 1167 Jericho Road Abington an Alan Berkowitz Barbara Berger :fZ2,N0b'e Road Gale Berkenstock 326 Holme Ave. Elkins Park 300 Edge Hill Road North Hills James Bickley 1821 Guernsey Avenue Abington .F wx 5 , Lawrence Bertolet Eleanor Betz 1062 Kipling Road 1554 Hower Road Jenkintown Abington Kathryn Black 301 Rockledge Avenue Rockledge QI? Susan Betz Marianne Beyer 1030 Spring Valley Road- 319 Central Avenue Meadowbrook North Hills Lauri Black 1039 Wellington Road Jenkintown Gary Blackwell 1155 Mildred Avenue Roslyn Jeanne Blauner 1228 Cox Road Rydai hx cf" Linda Blikle 1806 Hilltop Road Jenkintown Mark Blauert 1417TaIlyho Road V Jenkintown Carol Blechl 1556 Lindbergh Avenue Roslyn 4 .N I X Robert Bloor 1904 Jody Rd. Meadowbrook Andrew Blumenthal 'kzx 2800 Anzac Ave. Roslyn Barry Blumberg 848 Winter Rd, Rydal Sandra Bode 1557 Lindbergh Ave. Roslyn Ronald Bodden 2119 Maplewood Ave. Ariel Boisseau 1560 Franklin Ave. Willow Grove Gary Borofsky 1133 Oliver Rd. Huntingdon Valley Abington Ned B0"0W5kY Harry Boutcher 1447 Hunter Rd. 1074 Church Sr, RYd3l Abington K 4 Charles Bowser by-lv ' HB5 2808 Phipps Ave. -a--N Willow Grove o--N, Susan Brabitz 1260 Mildred Ave. Roslyn Jeffrey W. Brader Linda Brady 329 Edgley Ave. 2247 Oakdale Glenside Glenside man... 665 Carole Boyd 614 Montgomery Ave. Philadelphia Marie Brackinridge 2451 Woodland Road Roslyn James Boyd 729 Moredon Road Meadowbrook Q10 Alwin Bratton 240 Tulpehocken Ave Elkins Park ,,,alN-Ku.. 179 Barbara Brann 347 Heathcliff Road Huntingdon Valley 11, Lynn Brenner 1521 Amity Road Rydal Margaret Bremier 2026 Moreland Rd. Abington -UP . .4950 arm' Patricia Brewer 1312 Birchwood Ave. Roslyn Sandra Brotman 1277 Lindsay Lane -V Robert Brooke Rydal 212 Rockledge Ave. Rockledge Nancy Brown 1554 Arline Ave. Roslyn f-un., .,f"'4e fob -rx William Brooks 2710 Ivy Lane North Hills Jeffrey Brown Diane Brunner 619 Meadow Road 746 Cedar Rd. Huntingdon Valley Philadelphia 180 William Bryan 2231 Pleasant Ave. Glenside iii Barbara Bunten 1221 Barrowdale Rydal Barbara Bunn 123 Park Ave. Rockledge Rd. L Donald Byron 405 Sylvania Ave. Glenside NX' 3 Rosalie Bucci g 2052 Jenkintown Rd ills Y Sssig Glenslde WRX wa' John Bunting 909 Meetinghouse Rd. Jenkintown Roy Buckwalter 1204 Huntingdon Rd Abington JoAnn Cahill 555 Penn Ave. North Hills Nancy Camenisch 1641 Susquehanna St Rydal Jane Campbell 2066 Fortune Glenside JOYCE Camillo Ellen Camnitz 1060 Edge Hill Fld. 1080 Pheasant Roslyn Rydal in Rd. A 'ww Rd. MaryAnn Campbell 738 Crescent Ave. Glenside Patricia Carfrey 539 Penn Ave. North Hills Patricia Campbell Jgan Caplan 2809 Miriam Ave. 133 Churgh Rd, ROSIYY1 Philadelphia ,Q-A ilk 182 Laura Carr 2078 Susquehanna Fld Abington r ...iq 2 S S E Ashton Carter 1404 Wheatsheaf Lane Abington Andrew Carrigan 1652 Fitzwatertown Rd. Willow Grove John Carroll 302 Tyson Ave. Gienside gs f ' .. E he A 5 KH' Bruce Carter i.- .1 1017 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley J og g N Meryl Chacker 1322 Fairy Hill Rd. Rydal SUM". Lisa Carter Vincenza Casole 892 Douglass Ave. 1128 Boone Ave. Elkins Park Roslyn 41-4 Barbara Chambers 1319 Partridge Rd. Roslyn 5 ,M ...........' egzzrv Diane Cautin Joseph Ceneviva 2227 Mt. Carmel Avenue 2016 Jenkintown Fld. Glenside Glenside 4 'Fx Scott Chalmers 1026 Pheasant Rd. Meadowbrook ,luv as Beth Chaville 19 Lee-Lynn Lane Huntingdon Valley Michael Chesterman 2034 Susquehanna Road Abington f RL- Christine Christopher 2263 Cross Road Glenside Warren Cherry 2115 Berrel Ave. Abington John Childs 2489 Lafayette Ave. 4 Marilyn Ciliberto Pamela Clark 1822 S. York Road 1873 Harte Road Abington Jenkintown Roslyn William Clark Carol Clarke 2220 Jenkintown Road 2130 Kenmore Ave Glenside Glenside Kathleen Clarke ':..z'::irks-si: 4... . Frances Clemens 1670 Cloverly Lane 349 Forrest Ave. Rydal John Colantonio 927 Central Ave. Ardsley ,ta-A Elkins Park Bruce Cohen 1880 Lippincott Rd. Huntingdon Valley Edward Coley 436 Keswick Ave. Glenside 1 seg Eric Clements 2081 Parkview Ave. A,..... Abington W' l if 186 x Maureen Cogswell 1242 Wunderland Rd. Roslyn William Coleman Harold Colflesh 1377 Arline Ave. 2205 Mt. Carmel Ave Roslyn Glenside ZR am..-1 fl 'Gr Candace Colladay "USN" 540 Melody Lane Glenside ,suv- Robert Cominsky 85 McFadden Drive Huntingdon Valley 'Qs---M 3761 Janet Callemacine Deborah Collier 683 Tyson Ave. 218 Rockledge Ave. Ardsley Rockledge Qfffffzil A fff.25Q2fW.ff Barbara Connelly - 59" N 440 Keswick Ave. 5 4 of Glenside Clifford Copeland Andrew Cooper 505 Hamel Ave. 1827 Meadowbrook Road North Hills Abington Myles Connolly 2011 Wharton Road Glenside ,....... N Miriam Cook 1873 Woodland Road Abington 187 Qg,9lT!kffWfx HJ Karen Copeland 1014 Claire Ave. Huntingdon Valley Nancy Copeland 2122 Guernsey Ave. Abington .ive -.. X Larry Cornell 2477 Kenderton Ave. Roslyn Eric Cowan 1320 Zachary Rd. Roslyn Jan Cotmon North Hills 206 Ruscombe Ave. Robert 1141 Grovania Ave. Roslyn Coulston Richard Coulter WArdsIey Robert Cox 1950 Vauey Rd' Deane Creighton Meadowbrook 732 Fern Road 8 Glenside 650 Central Ave. zap.,- lkfqr' lilfbj Im so qlacl iv 4 lwow xlcbu W1 WU Ml- ' O 1 . 5110155 H716 1818 0QCl lo C lc Susan Cross Ovlclv d Road Abington Qluoo 5 'Hman-1 119' Patricia Croce 1144 Grovania Ave. Roslyn View 590' Na. My David Crosson 1446 Carol Road Meadowbrook James Cunnington W 230 Perry Street N Elkins Park Cathy Crystal 1321 Fairacres Road Jenkintown Robert Curran 1725 North Hills Ave. Willow Grove Roslyn 189 Julla Curran 3017 Susquehanna Rd. 2-SQ Y- Marie Dahms 1430 St. John Road Roslyn , Charles D'Ardenne 871 Fernhill Road Glenside MS' J l l ' llllillllllllklldlldnlxla4444, f 144 Cindy Davis 1475 St. John Road Roslyn Margaret Davis 745 Harrison Ave Ardsley Kenneth Davenport Robert Davls 1737 Prospect Ave 2637 Hawthorne Road Willow Grove North Halls Thomas Davies 2126 Wayne Ave. Abington WM' 190 fluff Mary Deacon 642 Monroe Ave. Ardsley an--Q l I l 'fi-5 Wanda Decker 115 Egerton Ave. Glenside 795 Lynn Deitch Anthony Delcorio 1346 Panther Rd. 4999 Chandler sr. Rydal Rockledge ,135 Margaret DeLuoas 1743 North Hills Ave. Willow Grove Jeanne DeMarco 2817 Miriam Ave. Roslyn ins., Bruce Dennis 313 Hamel Ave. North Hills 191 David Dicker 2160 Wayne Ave. Abington Matthew DePace Ransom Dethloff 2837 Susquehanna St. 1444 Holcomb Rd, Roslyn Huntingdon Valley Anna Diletto 1515 Marian Rd. Edwin Detrick Susan DeVore 972 Wesley Ave. 58 Robbins Ave. Huntingdon Valley Rockledge Abington John Dickerson 335 Tulpehocken Ave. Elkins Park Raymond DiLelIo 1219 Hall Ave. Roslyn l Raymond DiPuppo 380 Wellington Terrace Jenkintown gx gn., Stephen Dodson 251 Sylvania Ave. Glenside David Dilworth 625 Montgomery Ave. Philadelphia Albert DiSandro 1862 Bertram Rd. Lynda Dolson Donna Domenicali 577 Crescent Ave. 919 Coates Rd. Glenside Meadowbrook Huntingdon Valley 'US Delvar Dompert Sidney Don 2156 Mount Carmel Ave. 966 Irvin Rd, Glenside Huntingdon Valley :E-.1 ik- Andrew Donahue Kathleen Donahue 125 N. Sylvania Ave. 232 Cadwalader Ave. Rockledge Elkins Park Marian Doyle 775 Maple Ave. Ardsley Sharon Dormandy 216 Susan Dr. Elkins Park in Kathleen Dougherty 2115 Guernsey Ave. Nancy Drain 1502 Noble Fld. Jenkintown Dx Diane Drob 823 Suffolk Rd Rydal Abington Alice Drueding Linda Ducgik 1062 Huntingdon Rd. 2752 Mt. Carmel Ave Abington North Hills ww- yy.-.VN i ik l x wi. , Brian Duffy nav 247 Margaretta Ave. -anrvvt Huntingdon Valley :N iw gi f, .1 flr ' -:vitae .fa f wisp. - 'w Michael Durkin fb Glen Duffy 9 Abington Ave. Rockledge Denise Durnell 1618 Arnold Ave. Willow Grove Thomas Dunmore 311 Tulpehocken Ave Elkins Park 10 Loney St. Rockledge Linda Eberhardt Karen Eberman 1202 Hall Ave- 100 Jericho Manor Apts. Roslyn Jenkintown fb - Lawrence Echikson 1703 Edgehill Rd. Abington John Eckels 862 Meadowbrook Dr Huntingdon Valley Joseph Ehly 2828 Jefferson Ave. Andrew Ecker 649 Oak Shade Ave. Elkins Park Ardsley 'TF Qi 5.32 .- -- Jay Eisenhofer 1857 Watson Rd. Abington l Robert Endruschat 1439 Stephen Rd. Meadowbrook Wilfred Ellls 1364 G rovania Ave. Abington Chet Eppert 947 Jenkintown Rd. Elkins Park Robert Emerson 1137 Edge Hill Rd. Abington .45 Sv John Ellison 669 Pine Tree Rd Jenkintown Q l- . . l SEEK? Q it l ,l iz. l .1J,... , Kent Erb 1473 Holcomb Rd. Huntingdon Valley Stephen Erlichman 641 Anthony Fld. Q X 1 1. x x Elkins Park N Linda Ermelin 2115 Mt. Carmel Ave Glenside Michael Erickson 973 Henrietta Ave. Huntingdon Valley Andrea Ettmgoff 665 Oak Shade Ave. 'FT' Gwendolyn Evans 1621 Franklin Ave. Willow Grove L Elkins Park Victoria Facciolo 202 North Hills Ave. North Hills James Farnell Jennie Farrar 414 Locust Rd. North Hills 21 1 Flay St. Abington Merelyn Falciglia 1164 Highland Ave. k Abington Susan Faus 1300 Gilbert Road Meadowbrook William Feerrar 223 Leona Ave. Huntingdon Valley Richard Fees 719 Maple Ave Ardsley MwMWwS...,....--"' 198 Arnold Feldman 418 Wingate Road Huntingdon Valley Paul Feldman Rydal East, Apt. 511 Jenkintown Robert Feldman 718 Llanfair Rd. Rydal Andrew Field 1522 Grove Ave. Rydal 'Ww- ,gm Lisa Field 512 Wingate Rd. Huntingdon Valley ve'-v F---1 W. 1 Gwendolyn Fisher 1421 Rothley Ave. Willow Grove Cynthia Fine Bryan Fischer 420 Shelmire St. 724 Arden Fld. Jenkintown 495 Philadelphia 199 Geoffrey Fisher Victoria Fisher 1516 Hampton Rd, 1516 Hampton Rd. Rydal Rvdal Patricia Flood 2813 Miriam Ave. Roslyn fm fg-9' Arthur Fishman Susan Fitzpatrick 914 Leopard Rd. 1500 York Rd. Rydal Abington Brian Fluck R. Christopher Fleck Sally Flint 632 Fern Rd. 1943 Preston Ave. Glenside Willow Grove 200 664 Pembrooke Rd. Jenkintown Elizabeth Flower 1114 Easton Rd. Roslyn Joseph Flury G+.. 633 Edgehill Rd. Glenside Jacqueline Foisy 1164 Bradfield Rd. Roslyn Debra Ann Fox 943 Coates Rd. Meadowbrook Robert Foodiseh 938 Crefeld Ave. Elkins Park Raymond Forcey ,ffm Richard Fragala Joan Frank 1860 Edmund Rd. 1549 Birchwood Ave Abington Roslyn 1541 Fitzwatertown Rd. Willow Grove Diane Franz Andrea Fraser 203 Church Rd. 2325 Romig Rd. Philadelphia Roslyn Barry Freedman 1260 Easton Rd. Roslyn Pasqualina Furchi 644 Hamel Ave. Ardsley Ellen D. Friedman 2815 Omega PI. Roslyn Dorothy Frock 609 Edgley Ave. Glenside 'fir' we---, Wy , I Edward Furman 1059 Tyson Ave Roslyn R w K.,.s.QJaf. Q A ska ,v . NYM! an 202 Ellen Jo Friedman 2033 Fortune Rd. Glenside -wx ff' 'V Keith Gaines 2716 Phipps Ave. Willow Grove ,.., :If sv ff .1 1 1' f 1 'QD 1'-'Sf' d6'f""' Diane Friedrich 2906 Woodland Rd. Roslyn Michael Ganges 1665 Franklin Ave Willow Grove -was 1 sf-fu'-vii? F33 ,j- i if gi J -'- ,W 8 . .. .. 0-W5 - 'CY by 9 LU FW . W-3 if N x Y ,ev by , i :,,-. - -JN J 6 f. ,Xl cy XG ,AX ,lyevd Xc..XwX JNL, , .v - XL 3 , L V- gf NJ' i A :iixrb yes if' GX' NK' 'gy QV X Q' PM U! Jean Garrison ' V . V 424 Roberts Ave. vb, Q Glenside 1 .L 'YN Q..- David Garry 1345 Birchwood Ave. Roslyn Peter Gebert 1839 Hilltop Rd. Jenkintown Elizabeth Gerhard Ulrike Germershausen 784 Castlewood Rd. 2881 Thunderhead Rd. Glenside Roslyn if ..,,, LF. W!! . Norma Geissler "'f""' 934 Township Line Rd. Elkins Park If K 411W L a::""" Judy Gebert 1927 Jody Rd. Meadowbrook Howard Gershenfeld Pepper and Winter Rds. Rydal 203 Jeffrey Gerstein 59 Chapel Hill Rd. Huntingdon Valley Sherree Ginsburg 1152 Oliver Rd. Roxanne Gibson 1721 Easton Rd. Willow Grove Huntingdon Valley ii Marialena Giuliani ., m ,V 'V Xxkx Lit, yu X N,w,XX 1137 Boone Ave. y ' kk' .LL ROSIYFI P vu l ,N I A , X' I . I A f Y 1 fx X' 1 .., X Jeffrey Glynn 1140 Johnston Ava. Roslyn Diana Giussani Glenside .nv 0 Rachael Godshall 2612 Woodland Rd. Roslyn 622 Maple Ave. 204 Cynthia Glueck 1853 London Rd, Abington Mary Kaye Gleason 341 Tyson Ave. Glenside Deborah Goff 2143 Horace Ave. Abington loseph Goldberg 1875 Jenkintown Rd.ifF106 Jenkintown Louise Goffredo 2048 Parkdale Ave. Glenside Joanne Golden 1218 Cox Rd. Rydal Leslye Goldman Foxcroft Square Apts. 43710 Jenkintown Jon Goldman Jenkintown Bruce Goodman 352 Beaver Hollow Rd. Jenkintown 1085 Kingsley Rd. 205 Mindy Goldstein 955 Henrietta Ave. Huntingdon Valley Larry Goodman 1053 Devon Rd. Rydal Susan Goodman 1534 Hower Rd. Abington Ann Goodwin 1509 Fitzwatertown Rd Willow Grove John Gormley 626 Los Angeles Ave Philadelphia Bruce Goodwin Jamie Goren 1117 Sunset Ave. 544 Susquehanna Rd. Jenkintown Huntingdon Valley 206 Alan Gottlieb 1820 Pine Rd. Huntingdon Valley np... gif John Gouran 1924 Coolidge Ave. Willow Grove Barbara Gottschalk 1413 High Ave. Roslyn J. David Grace 1753 Prospect Ave. Willow Grove snap QV. "-M... William Graeff 1970 Valley Rd. Meadowbrook WARNING! ,,...,,.. Michael Grandy 2707 Grant Ave. North Hills I la 2' Joy Grauer, 627 Roseland Ave. Philadelphia Michael Green 1243 Nolen Rd. Roslyn Lawrence Grech Vincent Greco 434 Woodridge Ave. 219 Edge Hill Rd. Huntingdon Valley GlBr1SidS Gregg Greenberg 918 Frazier Fld. James Grseby Kenneth Green 1123 Boone Ave. 121 Roslyn Ave. Roslyn Glenside Rydal Q' Virginia Green 109 Houston Ave. Edge Hill f iii, 1 , Y , Deborah Greene 957 Irvin Rd. Huntingdon Valley Bruce Greenspan 1223 Oliver Rd. Huntingdon Vallev Kathy Greninger 806 Penn Ave. Ardsley ww 'lfi'-u,"f Mug 9'-S-5, 'W' y Joseph Grimes John Grothusen Raymond J. Gump 885 Easton Rd, 838 Penn Ave. Glenside Ardsley ""f"' 2549 Fernwood Ave. Roslyn !""'+ Rolfe Gripp 1028 Edgehill Rd. Roslyn 'Uv' 3111'- Brant Gutekunst Bonnie Gutman 621 Cricket Ave. 1307 Rydal Rd. Ardsley Rydal Mary Ann Gwinnell 2809 Norman Rd. Roslyn Susan Hagenmeyer 1224 Glenbrook Rd. Huntingdon Valley 'K rfb Jack Haas 1620 Buck Hill Dr. Abington Debra Hafner 228 Tulpehocken Ave. Elkins Park Glen Hagoplan 1540 Arline Ave. Roslyn 21 YS Robin Haas 1141 Harriet Rd. Huntingdon Valley Haeron Kim 336 Ainslie Rd. Huntingdon Valley Linda Hahn Donald Halbert 421 Tennis Ave. 416 Sylvania Ave North Hills Glenside William Haldeman 1032 Anna Rd. Huntingdon Valley ., 4 rflf-Nmii-4 ,. 1 . . ...,. Q 3 ,.. u, ., -, . H ei N Y, . Q 1 fe' 1 M ' l' Theodore Hangey 2124 Curtis Ave. Abington Barbara Harberger Robin Harford 1830 Canterbury Rd 1801 Cleveland Ave Abington Abington 198 ' l M352 .Elm 'f-T 112 h,,::,.,,:wT 6 Q i 1 Sheryl Heggs 1646 Park Ave Willow Grove Edward Henry 1839 Harace Ave. William Henninger 719 Garden Road Glenside Lisa Harold 540 Highland Ave. Glenside Bruce Herring 620 Meadow Rd. Huntington Valley Abington Emily Hess 1356 Barrowdale Rd. Rydal Karlene Herbine 807 Burke St. Rockledge Nf"""'1v Frederic Hesser 1521 Bryant Lane June Hess Meadowbrook 2462 lndependance Rd. Roslyn 213 John Hevener 1228 Bockius Ave Abington Peter Hileman .1-"' Allen C. Hill 1154 Beverly Rd. 2451 Arlington Ave. Jenkintown Margaret Hoffer 134 Roslyn Ave. Glenside Roslyn Hans Hochstoeger 374 Holme Ave. Elkins Park 'YT' Anthony J. Hill 874 Douglass Ave. Elkins Park Monica Hinkle 1775 Waltham Dr. Columbus, Ohio Victor Holmes Margaret Hood 1746 Fairview Ave. 989 Brown Ave. Willow Grove Huntingdon Valley Karen Hoffman 1020 Kipling Ra. Rydal 214 '1 ,www- Diane Hopson 209 Cadwalader Ave. Elkins Park Y 'af' Michael Howard 1707 Coolidge Ave. Willow Grove 1- ,.,,,vf4' wwwmwv-.. im' . nffaww . LJASQQQQ ...F'fm.i .W Q 4: ,W Annu , .A , A , Alsop.. ...f ar nw-fm N ii... ue, Janice Hunsicker 2711 Taft Ave. North Hills ev .fb KZNNL. Linda Hoyle Robin Huff 1951 Lukens Ave. 1552 Robinson Ave. Willow Grove Willow Grove 3' PDS Michael Illgen 2602 Burleigh Ave. 'QV' 'hu' Patricia Hyman 1213 Red Rambler Rd. Rydal Vx -gf-7-gn 7'-'iw fm af 33729 AI iene Hugh es Barbara Hughes 532 Briarwood Rd. 2027 Maplewood Ave. Glenside Abington Glenside Edward Jackson 1830 Old Orchard Rd. Abington Ylilav Gerald Jackson 509 Cricket Ave. North Hills 15- Michael Jacobs 1391 Glenbrook Fld. Meadowbrook ,gl Norma Jameson 1531 F itzwatertown Rd. 1 ze S 2.23651 ,, Jeffrey Jamison 2901 Joyce Rd. Roslyn Beverly Jamieson 2488 Norwood Ave. Roslyn Willow Grove 217 Yolanda Jefferson 349 Osceola Ave. Elkins Park Constance Jannotti 256 Edge Hill Rd. Glenside Q'-"' Thomas Jeffords 2224 Pleasant Ave. Glenside Cheryl Jenkins 1156 Grovania Ave. Abington Albert Jewitt Rydal West 411 - Fairways Rydal Timothy Jenkins 619 Edgley Ave. Glenside Robert Jenkins 2042 Moreland Rd. Abington Randi Jergensen 2381 Oakdale Ave. Glenside John Jenne 981 Highland Ave. Abington XXR Mafilyh Johnson Stephen M. Johnson 246 Margaretta Ave. 209 Easton Rd. Huntingdon Valley Glengide 53' x 'rw' 'C'Xf.fi Diane Jobson 122 Robbins Ave. Rockledge 218 'Q i 30, Susan Johnson Roslyn 2949 Thunderhead Rd. fir' Thomas Johnson David Jones Michael Jones 1637 Prospect Ave. Willow Grove 1908 Fairview Ave. 2325 Woodland Rd Willow Grove Sheryl Jones Roslyn Roslyn 2323 Heston St. Bradifield Court Apt. D-1 Linda Jordan Stephen Kahn 445 Cadwalader Ave. 840 Winter Rd. Elkins Park Jenkintown bww 219 Audrey Kaiser 67 Chapel Hill Rd. Huntingdon Valley Theodore Kalinoski 2943 Meyer Ave. Ardsley Arnold Kapp 824 Maple Ave. Ardsley Andrea Kandel 1536 Warner Rd. Meadowbrook Fredric Katz 1613 Buck Hill Drive Huntingdon Valley Chafleg Kggting 1.r: 925 Penn Ave. - Ardsley Jeanne Keller 2527 Brookdale Ave. Roslyn 1-as Y? Martin Katz 1419 Woodland Rd. Rydal Daphine Keiser 2149 Oakdale Ave. Glenside 220 Randie Katz 458 Wingate Rd. Huntingdon Valley Linda Kelley 1301 Thomson Rd. Roslyn .9- gnu-5 Michael Kelly Dip ,grun- Gail Kemner 763 Upsal Rd. Jenkintown 341 Meetinghouse Rd, Jenkintown Robert Kelly 372 Ainslie Rd. Huntingdon Valley Joseph Kenderdine 2924 Jefferson Ave Ardsley Sharon Kenas 2835 Old Welsh Rd. Willow Grove -ipaq. ' Richard Kennedy 923 Henrietta Ave. Huntingdon Valley David Kessler 943 lrvin Rd. Huntingdon Valley Gary Kessel 1149 Oliver Rd. H untingdon Valley William Kern 315 Valley St. Rockledge David Kettinger 2247 Cross Road Glenside .X , Jeffrey Keyser 1356 Birchwood Ave. Roslyn Q:- f li ,. Barbara King Janet King Michael King 2812 Miriam Ave. 2812 Miriam Ave. 1659 Park Ave Roslyn Roslyn Willow Grove 222 5'-., N Leslie Kivitz Bruce Klastorin 1247 Fleetwood Rd. 576 Wanamaker Rd. Rydal Jenkintown Raymond Klawiter Donald Klein 328 Northwood Ave. 675 Maple Ave. Elkins Park Ardsley P Wav!! Norman Klenk 152 Tyson Ave. Glenside 223 Sfffffg x as A Stephen Knox 442 Linden Ave Glenside Gary Kraftsow 1319 Panther Rd. Flydal -me-" ,WW eff--9 Warren Kofsky Michael Kolba 78 Boucher Drive 956 Old Ford Fld. Huntingdon Valley Huntingdon Valley .10 2 MUIPQY Jane Krais 7'7" 1139 Cumberland Fld Abington V, .N .426 an Patrice Kopistansky Terri Koster 984 Wesley Ave. 2139 Old Welsh Fld. Huntingdon Valley Abington N' to all of Us JV folly . lfywlxgyj JW v-9' ffiebbie Kramer Glenside Mb - 342 Tyson Ave. t 69 1. 224 Sl Virginia Kraus 1151 Mill Rd. Circle Meadowbrook l Rick Kramer 1214 Lindsay Lane X Rydal l yn- att-'p l l Kanra Kulzer 1243 Gordon Rd. Jenkintown vu-3' L adm' if X I l Barbara Lagan i 2343 Oakdale Ave. Glenside 'f"'K Gary Kurtz 720 Woodside Rd. Jerry Laiso Teri Lake 814 Cricket Ave. 551 Meadowbrook Dr Ardsley Huntingdon Valley Jenkintown 22 5 Sherry Laken Janess Lamb 1846 Old Welsh Rd. 1358 High Ave. Abington Roslyn Bret Lashner 1341 Gilbert Rd. Meadowbrook Mary Anne Lamina Karen Landes 1600 Spring Ave. 1829 Ambler Rd. Jenkintown Abington R. Scott Latimer 1944 Guernsey Ave. Abington Joanne Laskowski 232 Perry St. Elkins Park 'tS"' Robert Latta 2579 Fernwood Ave. Roslyn 4'-3 226 Gail Lashner 1574 lVlarion Rd. Abington Gary Latzko Patricia Lawson 2919 Old Welsh Rd. 233 Cadwalader Ave Willow Grove Elkins Park Terry Leaness 1352 Reservoir Ave. Roslyn ..,. 1 . . -.-- -2-S eg: if i f 'f E 7 '-Eff' wa.. Y - . if - J ' " li 4 .1 Dennis Lee 2634 Phipps Ave. Willow Grove .X x Keith Learn Norma Leathead 1976 Adams Ave, 2143 Susquehanna St Abington Abington Donna Jean Lee 2033 Parkview Ave. Abington Karla Leegard Andrew Lehr 760 Crosswicks Rd. 726 Carmet Rd. Jenkintown Jenkintown 2 27 Suzanne Leimbach 231 Clivedon Ave. Glenside Linda Leinheiser 1928 Coolidge Ave. Willow Grove Donna Leisner 1572 Arline Ave. Roslyn Robert G. Leino 1313 Birchwood Ave. Roslyn 11-fkqs Su n Lenio 2836 Turner Ave. Roslyn Vicki Leon 23 McFadden Dr. Huntingdon Valley :mg Stephanie Lennett 1010 Henrietta Ave. Huntingdon Valley Bonita R. Levy 2143 Curtis Ave. Abington 12-- WM Deborah G. Lewis 411 Stewart Ave. Jenkintown an TMN- Fern Robin Lepofsky 1096 Sparrow Rd. Jenkintown fii Craig Leypoldt 2712 Cedar Lane North Hills Andrea Lieberman 1365 Edgewood Ave. :TH Jean Liang 1554 Marion Rd. Abington Roslyn Edward Liebert 2822 Jenkintown Rd North Hills "YQ Q-..,,,. Cynthia Lifson 1150 Dixon Lane Rydal Nell Llfson 815 Gregory Rd. Rydal 53X James Lindsay 1667 Franklin Ave. Willow Grove Carla Linz Norman Lindsey 347 Nonhwood Ave. Elkins Park 22 9 Deborah Linn 2433 Norwood Ave. Roslyn s A ' 238 Shelmire St. Philadelphia f?x ..-..x, Grace Dolly Lipschutz 841 Gregory Rd. Rydal v"'N Donna Littleton 1844 Rockwell Fld. Abington ET! Jeffrey Lipsius Linda Lipski 915 Flydal Rd. 1914 Coolidge Ave Rydal Willow Grove 230 ?,',1. f Kia' 45+-5 Janet Lockett 653 Cricket Ave. Ardsley lh Debra Loeb 1039 Henrietta Ave. Huntingdon Valley Jeffrey Lockard 'ff' 2103 Wharton Rd. Glenside William Locust 307 North Hills Ave. North Hills ...... Yfe, John Lokken Morris London 2365 Rosemore Ave. 824 Cedar Glen Rd. Glenside Elkins Park 231 .1309 '- Robert Long 654 N. Easton Rd Glenside Sharon Lybrand 2443 Susquehanna Rd. Roslyn James Longstreth George Lucyszyn 2 Borbeck St. 558 Susquehanna Fld. Rockledge Huntingdon Valley Vernon Maclntyre 833 Hamel Ave. Ardsley MFW Joseph Ludwig Wayne Grodon Lutz 938 Tennis Ave. 460 Keswick Ave. Al'd5l9Y Glenside 232 'VN Pamela Macho 741 North Easton Rd Glenside Win Linda Mackey 2707 Laurel Lane North Hills 'U'-S1799 Laurie MacMinn 227 Cricket Ave. North Hills William Mackleer 2083 Old Welsh Rd. Abington fm Susan Mallon Alfred Mancini 305 Abington Ave. 343 Holme Ave. Rockledge Elkins Park ...Y gp' Wayne Madonna ".., ' 2204 Wisteria Ave. Bruce Mallatrat 163 Tyson Ave. Glenside Glenside Anthony Manco Mary Ann Mangan 1144 Tyson Ave. 2811 Anzac Ave. Abington Roslyn QV Miles Manning 'Na qmx fm , . ' z . -'fi V , sf 'H ff Lynn Mankus Robert Mann 435 Woodridge Ave. 1235 Cumberland Rd. Huntingdon Valley Abington Celia Manstein 1400 Rydal Rd. Rydal 956 Meetinghouse Rd. Rydal Yiwu,- tt-""' James Markham 2149 Nlealo Ave. Glenside Na 1,-L.. Robert Mansell 318 Elm Ave. North Hills John Marsden David Martin 1153 Hall Ave. 610 Roberts Ave R0SlYn Glenside WT Susan Marone 2990 Goentner Rd. Willow Grove i 4 6. avr Gary Mayerson 1115 Dixon Lane Rydal Diane Martin 942 Central Ave. Ardsley Roger Mason 1975 Adams Ave. Abington Judith McAfee 236 N. Easton Rd. Glenside ...S '15 ' -1 Francis Marzolf 1123 Beverly Rd. Jenkintown Michele Matter 1050 Anna Rd. Huntingdon Valley ff' ' . 2 Nigel Mason 2339 Geneva Ave. G Ienside Janis McCarter 2930 Madison Ave Roslyn " ,145 -'Ds rf- ' -oi Ak . - .Vyy .. , 'A qybl . Marsetta McCants ggi fffff- W gf 1731 Reservoir Ave. K 1 21 W Willow Grove X 1 f P fifiisf, iff. xl ETS: f lisi f 235 F .. ,, K we Q" YN James McCauley 823 Edgehin Rd. Glenside Evelyne McCartney 2914 Elliott Ave. Willow Grove 1 l... ., .. .A 6 v'-fs. Elaine MoCauIley 1331 East Ave. Roslyn Sandra McCIurken 809 Pembroke Rd. Jenkmtown Sheryl McCollum 2745 Miriam Ave. Roslyn Loretta McCIanahan 128 Houston Ave. Glenside James McClure 2134 Kent Rd. Abington 'S-A. N :Q Sandra McCollum fl!!-s. 2745 Miriam Ave. Rebecca Mccombs Roslyn vorwinding Rd. Jenkintown 236 ldv' ,A-x Dennis McCook 504 Hamel Ave. North Hills QMS Patricia McDade 2035 Susquehanna Rd Abington Ogslvwgx Terence McCormick 2229 Oakdale Ave. Glenside 1704 Fairview Ave. iff' f 4" - "'H ' 2 W"'0wGf0ve zzzznnsg , a ., T 2 W2 .J . .,. . , , ,,',f Mi, ' f " A if 59 V 'lik i s ': I 1 W James McElroy 2322 Kenderton Ave. Roslyn John McEachern 362 Church Rd. Philadelphia Ruth Ann McGee 2232 Hillthorpe Ave. Roslyn L Dianne McFarland Maureen McGonagIs 448 Penn Ave. 1521 Arline Ave. Noffh Hi"S Roslyn 237 Sb GPS? Q05 Patrick McKenna 611 Huntingdon Pike Rockledge Deborah McKee 1235 Fitzwatertown Rd. Roslyn ,,afw-. we 1 ,so ,www . . .K igima' ' Barbara McKane 2760 Jenkintown Rd. North Hills Joseph McLaughlin 930 Meetinghouse Rd. Rydal M. William McMaster 1115 Highland Ave. Abington Beth McMurray 1150 Huntingdon Rd. Abington Ur , ki- d ,. ip, ,,., ,sf ..-1, 'ci' M I if nf, ,exe 4 ' ef ff John McNally 1558 Osbourne Ave. Roslyn 43, Geraldine McTamney 1828 Brentwood Rd. Abington Christopher Meakim Maryanne Melcher 232 Woodlyn Ave. 2063 Glenwood Ave. Glenside Glenside I wi ,X use . QR . 6 . gen. . ,QN- .-1... .. me 239 ,. ,A - Swv' foe Robert Melhuish 1235 Colonial Ave Roslyn Sabina Meritz 1025 Old Ford Rd. Huntingdon Valley Michael Melino John Melody 1056 Anna Rd. 1549 Edgehill Rd. Huntingdon Valley Abington lf!! fd!""'v Virginia Meyers Michael Menchel Lee Mergner 936 Moredon Rd. 2160 Pleasant Ave. Meadowbrook Glenside 240 1846 Harte Rd Jenkintown Louise A. Metzgar 1332 Jericho Rd. Abington William Meyers 2539 Pershing Ave Roslyn Richard Michael 2824 Susquehanna Rd. Roslyn Brenda Miller 369 Sylvania Ave. Glenside John Michael 2753 Limekiln Pike North Hills Qi 195 Jane Miller Janis Miller 2062 Parkdale Ave. 265 Shelmire St. Glenside Philadelphia Sue Ann Michael 2719 Fernwood Ave. Roslyn is-... 'Q Joan Miller Mary Miller 618 Garfield Ave. 444 Linden Ave Ardsley Glenside Nancy J. Miller 2416 Edgecomb Ave. Glenside Stewart Miller 1627 Shoemaker Rd. Abington Robert Miller 1262 Huntingdon Rd. Abington Stephen J. Miller 3019 Turner Ave. Roslyn Ronald Miller 930 Central Ave. Ardsley qgau., K-wh, Stephen Miller 330 Clivedon Ave. Glenside George Millili David Minehart 2029 Jenkintown Rd. 2161 Rush Rd. Glenside Abington 2 E l x llllllizqhxllz? William R. Miller 1239 Nolen Rd. Roslyn 242 David Mitchell 922 Tennis Ave. Roslyn Joanne Moniot 1322 Green Rd. fr M ,ew F S 5 . ze af .. ' avvzffffi Dennis Mockaitis 324 Central Ave. North Hills Melanie Montague 450 Sylvania Ave. Glenside Mary Moeller 2821 Meyer Ave. Ardsley Roslyn Daniel Mooney Audrey Moore 1717 Valley Rd, 1575 Osbourne Ave. Meadowbrook Roslyn ef-.Q 243 Debra Morchower 1224 Lenox Fld. Jenkintown Robert Moreland 745 Castlewood Rd Glenside George Morgan ivhiusm Charles Morgan 700 Edgehill Rd. Glenside 755 Forrest Ave. Jenkintown Linda Morgan 1441 Osbourne Ave. Roslyn Michael Morris 1111 Susquehanna Rd. Rydal Gail Morris 1659 Edgehill Rd. Abington Randall Morrison 1404 Lewis Rd. Rydal Deborah Anne Mosley 373 Wellington Terrace Jenkintown ZZ? 9514 - Peter Moses Kevin M051 1472 Hunter Rd. 2842 Susquehanna Rd. Rydal Roslyn 244 Dianne Motz 2019 Susquehanna St. Abington ..,,.-e ..,, Diane Motter 910 Old Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley Muriel Motz 2019 Susquehanna St Abington Angela Mueller Roslyn Debra Muhl 1462 Doris Rd. Roslyn Q"-v-Q., 2811 Galloway Ave. Wayne Mulcahy 311 Rockledge Ave. Rockledge Cheryl Muller 134 Ray St. Diane Mulhearn Philadelphia Richard Mullen 2043 Oakdale Ave. Glenside 511 Highland Ave. Jenkintown 245 --,,..f.,w' .0 w.,.:.. .pn-.Q Linda Muller 740 Abington Ave. Glenside ,f M -wp, ,.. Paul Murphy 1661 Arnold Ave Willow Grove Louise Mulllken Marsha Muntzer 2822 Jefferson Ave. 1334 Carol Rd. Ardsley Meadowbrook 246 Jane Musial 1137 Westmont Ave. Roslyn Barbara Nathan 2153 Rush Rd. Abington are K as Faustine Myers 1763 Fairview Ave. Willow Grove Nancy Nathan 804 Suffolk Rd. Rydal 24 George Myers 1051 Claire Ave. Huntingdon Valley 1 I f ...YN ,,..., W. A 'HQ N. David Nagel 1934 Guernsey Ave. Abington ,vw- 7 l Marie-Luise Neumann-Kleinpaul 1938 Maplewood Ave. Abington if, M X 5? ' f X l . 2 ii R. Dale Naylor Michael Needle 430 Penn Avenue 1173 Dixon Lane North Hills Rydal Glenna Nikolet 314 Monroe Ave. Jacquelynn Neely Gregory Nelson 2640 Lamott Ave. 1158 Tyson Ave. Willow Grove Roslyn 248 North Hills ,vs GNT? Stephen Neri 115 Elm Ave. Rockledge Joseph Nordon 129 Elm Ave. North Hills K Mary Lou Nozisko -.K 2972 Madison Ave. Roslyn 4" ff' John Oakes 630 Monroe Ave. Ardsley James 0'Conner Richard J. Oertel, Jr 225 Woodlyn Ave. 560 Tyson Ave. Glenside Ardsley r J ,fe If .2 W at H J, k k , Q, . . . , V if . . Philip Oakes " V ' 630 Monroe Ave. Ardsley 'A 1 1 Z: ,ev f 6 E . I H rw ,Xa sa A Anita Oherholtzer 1367 High Ave. Roslyn 249 Mary K. O'Hara Susan Olenik 677 Tyson Ave. 801 Vansant Rd. Glenside Huntingdon Valley X he .....5.:..'u MM 1 X fig X. lr X I 'JO fs 4, . Jane Olsen Debra Olson 1345 Washington Lane 929 Manor Rd. Rydal Meadowbrook Ellen Orliner 704 Crosswicks Rd. Rydal 'N S Lois Oram 1233 Bockius Ave. Abington .ag-. Robert Orlemann 603 Edgley Ave. Joan Orliner 704 Crosswicks Rd. Rydal Edward Ortmann 426 Maple Ave. Glenside John 0'Shea Nancy Otis 1504 Rockwell Rd. 1801 Acorn Lane Abington Abington Glenside 250 A Benjamin Overbey 2124 Woodland Rd. Abington L. Cynthia Paddick 961 Old Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley Judith Owen Leonard Pachuta 1539 Marian Rd. 240 Woodlvn AVG Abington Glenside Elizabeth Page 1301 Fairacres Rd. Fiydal Cindy Pagiegal Laurie Paller 943 Madison Ave. 536 Hoyt Rd. Roslyn Huntingdon Valley Sherree Passante Jenkintown Robert Paris 2003 Susquehanna Rd. Abington 725 Rodman Ave. Jim Patselas 333 Felix Rd. Huntingdon Valley Joseph Patonetz 908 Fernhill Rd. Glenside in Raymond Patti 1838 Horace Ave. Abington Ralph Pelllcott Deborah Pearce 1020 Easton Rd. Roslyn 1309 Partridge Rd Roslyn urrk rw- r Barbara Perry 2403 Edgecomb Ave. Glenside 'N Sue Peil 1516 Reservoir Ave Roslyn Margaret Perkins Linda Perry 357 Meetinghouse Rd. 1551 Marian Rd. Jenkintown Abington 252 Warren Phillips Craig Petry 2923 Grisdale Road Roslyn 345 Tulpehocken Avenue Elkins Park I, :vs 'K ev Bob Piening 1548 Edgewood Avenue Roslyn John Pisani 2425 Pershing Ave. Roslyn Dan Pinkerton 1545 Osbourne Avenue Roslyn Karen Plampin 1538 Lindbergh Ave. Roslyn 1982 Bill Porter m. Deborah Pontarelli 300 Rockledge Ave. Huntingdon Valley Donald Plesser 284 Perw St' 2135 Pleasant Ave. E'k"'S Pafk Glenside 253 Q F ,4 . ew 'X :f-.'S.e'!- -.1 N ...--,,5, ,,.. Q. N 1 g A Q .Sw as Q 'sf SNES, 5 I M , ,,, my .. if 1..... i fy fur 5 E W 6, , ., A, S. M. . 1 .77 7 'Xu George Praediger 7957 Church Rd. Rockledge X Q11 I A Wf:,. . ,,,-3 gg-p, ish-f Rebecca Trudy Provenzano 2007 Jenkin . Gle Randy Pullen 642 Tennis Ave. Ardsley James Rabiolo 1061 Township Line Rd. Jenkintown 254 Theresa Quinlan 929 Tyson Ave. Roslyn KY Maureen L. Rafferty 1810 Woodland Rd. Abington Linda Ann Ralston 2232 Moreland Rd. Abington Shelley Raglin 1583 Coolidge Ave. Willow Grove Virginia Rahn 2075 Maplewood Ave. Abington Donna Randolph John Rankin 344 Cadwalder Ave. 779 Tennis Ave Elkins Park Ardsley 1-ug, Stephen Ranson 259 N. Easton Rd. Glenside YSIYWSES ' nan.m.nn-.wan-.nw-,,,'.....4 ,.. .M Patricia Ray 820 Longstreth Ave. Philadelphia Jack Rasper 8 Lee-Lynn Lane Huntingdon Valley 3' 'UW R ich ard R eaback Jay Raymond 833 Norfolk Rd. Jenkintown by-rw Laurel Redefer 1429 Doris Rd. Roslyn John Razz: 920 Cypress Ave. Elkins Park Bruce Redding 1618 Fawn Lane Huntingdon Valley W' wwe: Bonnie Reaback 1618 Fawn Lane Huntingdon Valley 532 Glenside Ave. Elizabeth Reese Elkins Park 1811 Lycoming Ave. Abington 256 Nancy Anne Reichert 276 Perry St. Elkins Park Margaret Reutemann 1272 George Rd. Meadowbrook Debra Rememter 133 Blake Ave. Rockledge Alan Richardson 353 N. Easton Rd. Glenside Bonnie Rice 1839 Bertram Rd. Huntingdon Valley Lora Riedel 645 Montgomery Ave. Philadelphia QUT? i i Lawrence Rines 317 Ruscombe Ave North Hills gps- patricia Ann mess, Deborah Lynn Ritting 1221 Red Rambler 782 TVSOH Ave- Jenkintown A"d5IeY 257 Nl!-I David Robbins 200 Shady Lane Rockledge sn- Jessica Robbins we 258 660 Tyson Ave. Ardsley Crystal Diana Robinson 2556 Rubicam Ave. Willow Grove Sandy Robertson 748 Carmet Rd. Jenkintown Nelda Louise Robinson 2528 Fernwood Ave. Roslyn Richard A. Rodberg 217 Flolling Hill Rd. Elkins Park 121 Houston Ave. Donna M. Rodriguez 1503 Arline Ave. Roslyn David Rogers i i - i 'F i 'V' Glenside 9 Donna Rogers 2757 Hazel Ave. North Hills Sharon Roman . .M--4 939 Cricket Ave. Ardsley Douglas Rosander 1044 Old Huntingdon Pike Jenkintown 259 Stuart Rosenberg 1097 Squirrel Rd. Jenkintown Silvia Rostock 1806 Hilltop Rd. Jenkintown Carl Rosenthal Susan Rosenthal 1363 Glenbrook Rd. 1331 Barrowdale Rd. Meadowbrook Rydal Debra Rothberg 1617 Fawn Lane l Joseph Roskow Linda Jeanice Ross 321 Keswick Ave- 2581 Rosewood Ave. Glenside Roslyn 260 Huntingdon Valley Virginia Rotenbury 725 Cricket Ave. Ardsley Patricia Rothschild 964 Rydal Rd. Rydal Joel Ruhlin 359 Ainslie Fld. Huntingdon Valley Patrick F. Rush 2108 Susquehanna Rd. Abington Burt Rublin 359 Ainslie Rd. Huntingdon Valley William Rupp 336 Edgely Ave. Carol L. Russell Janice Russell 1043 Church St. Abington Court Apts. F-101 Abington K Abington Glenside James Rutledge Michele Ryan 554 San Diego Ave. 941 Jenkintown Rd. Phila. Elkins Park Michael Salanik 121 Robbins Ave. Rockledge Bengt Rydberg Amy Sacks 1810 Hemlock Circle 1072 Wellington Fld. Abington Jenkintown Shirley Saurrnan 624 Tyson Ave. Ardsley Ann Marie Sally 1514 Ferndale Ave. Irene Sawyer 2638 Jenkintown Rd. North Hills George Scannapieco, Jr. 1078 Wynnwood Ave. Abington Doug Schabacker Michael Schaefer 1250 Rosemont La. 1139 Dixon l-BDE Abington Rvdal Abington X 2 ' 62 in vi affgsg 1 l Lilly Schaffert 95 Forest Ave. Elkins Park Erik John Schneider 1546 Easton Rd. Catherine Scheckler Herbert P. Schenkel 226 Margaretta Ave. 1467 Scrope Rd. Huntingdon Valley Rydal Suzanne Schneider 346 Central Ave. North Hills Roslyn Welling Griffin Schrack Robert J. Schraeder 1263 Gilbert Rd. 826 Cedar Rd. Meadowbrook Philadelphia 263 Barry Schwartz Benson Manor Jenkintown Barbara Schwartz 533 Melody Lane Glenside 'lux Charles Serafin 1257 Nolen Road Ross Serratore 809 Cricket Ave. Ardsley Roslyn Glenn Shafer 2013 Jenkintown Road Glenside Mary E. Shenton 2881 Thunderhead Road Roslyn Susan E. Shimer 439 Roberts Ave. Glenside James Shapiro 808 Winter Road Rydal Robert Sheets 1934 Coolidge Ave Willow Grove Michael Sher 925 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley 264 Neil Shore 862 Fernhill Road Glenside Kevin Scott 1236 Washington Lane Karen R. Schwartz 962 Old Ford Road Huntingdon Valley Flydal Nr . nwan 1 1 1 e Q :Q-Q -I 1 Marc I. Schwarzman 1255 Oliver Road Huntingdon Valley Linda Ann Seeley 2538 Woodland Roslyn Maria Scruggs 233 Shady Lane Rockledge Joan Sefton 144 High School Fld. Elkins Park Susan Seiter 2113 Oakdale Ave. Bill Seigfried 834 Penn Ave. Ardsley Denise Seidelman 417 Wingate Huntingdon Valley Glenside az AJ' Edward Sickles 1508 Scrope Rd. Rydal Deborah Shugerman 1245 Nleinel Rd. Huntingdon Valley 2 66 Wild!!! 'US Kathy Shuster Elkins Park 136 Holme Ave. Edward Siefkin 724 Fairfield Rd. Glenside gr.. David Sine 2722 Jenkintown Rd. North Hills Eric Silverman Richard Silverman 937 Dale Hd. 1611 Fawn Lane Meadowbrook Huntingdon Valley 2.955- 'f0i Robert Simons 1438 Huntingdon Pike Meadowbrook Molly Singer 906 Frog Hollow Terrace Mennda Sinnamon Jenkmtown 696 Pembroke Rd. Jenkintown Andrew Siousky Michelle Smetana 204 Tulpehocken Ave. 181 Meadowbrook Dr. Elkins Park Huntingdon Valley 267 Susan Smith 559 Edge Hill nd. Ardsley Charles Smith David Smith 21 S. Sylvania Ave- 2065 Mr. Carmel Ave. Rockledge Glenside Dale Snowdon 600 Fern Rd. 531 Gl'990"Y Smith Robert P. Smith 2815 Spear AV9- 3009 Jefferson Ave. AFUSIEV Ardsley 268 Glenside A Derek Smyth 531 Fox Chase Fld Philadelphia Margery Sobelman 1861 Edmund Rd. Abington Mitchell Solomon 1258 June Rd. Huntingdon Valley Anne Sonneborn 1284 Fleetwood Rd Rydal Mark Soisson 1817 Hilltop Rd. Jenkintown Marianne Sommerfeld 621 Cricket Ave. Jeff Sonnenfeld Beniarnin Sorkin 1244 Lindsay Lane 945 Henrietta Ave. gyda: Huntingdon Valley Ardsley 269 3199- Mara Sostman Marilyn Spear 968 Henrietta Ave. 129 Haines Ave. Huntingdon Valley Elkins Park Why ,fwylfyf 7lY,lfK if lv Wficg Mill ,W Y! J Elm' W l llM!yNylfjrLXfw 5 new 411551 ll jwf, My Qi' 44 W g Rd !Huntingdon Valley ' qi X' 1 Valerie Statute Sm QC 2809 Rossiter A Roslyn 779 Rodman ve. h'k A John Stanislaw 2857 Woodland Rd Roslyn ju JJ . . Richard Stein ju 323 M gh Rd J Suzanne S 1011 Devon Jenkintown 270 Susan Stempen M C f S 2364 Gene Ave. 1143 K g I Rd Glenside sm E .QF 3 S Janet Stevenson 2304 Romig Rd. Roslyn ,-:uv Josg Stevenson 1669 Arnold Ave. Willow Grove Richard Stewart 2611 Barnes Ave. ,ao-.-Q ew- Joanne Stock Elkins Park 203 Cadwalader Ave. Laura Stewart 1057 Arbuta Rd Abington Roslyn Robert Stoddard Louise Stoll 1422 Holcomb Rd. 143 Stanley Ave. Huntingdon Valley Glenside Deborah Stong 1210 Huntingdon Rd. Abington Reinhold Strnad 655 Monroe Ave. Ardsley 4... Qvhu Jeffrey Strauss 1341 Warner Rd. Meadowbrook William Strickland 1805 Sharon Rd. Meadowbrook Babette Strousse 1324 Barrowdale Rd. Rydal Andrea Suhadolnik Vicky Stuter 2727 Susquehanna Rd. Roslyn Robin Sulkes 901 Dale Rd. Meadowbrook 854 Tyson Ave. Roslyn Barbara Suiter 41" -aw Barbara Suckle 928 Frazier Rd Rydal 859 Cricket Ave. Ardsley 272 Emily Sullinger 1128 Colonial Ave. Roslyn tx S . X X Roger Sutcliffe 1124 Colonial Ave. Roslyn Paul Sutrynowicz 426 Linden Ave. Glenside Gary Sutcliffe 221 Robbins Ave Rockledge Sheila Sweeney 113 Cliveden Ave. Glenside Celeste Svenson G Ienside 2363 Mt. Carmel Ave. Sue Sweet 610 Pine Tree Rd. Jenkintown Robert Sykes 522 Melody Lane Lenette Swenson Glenside 871 Easton Rd. Glenside 273 Robert Swinand 927 Tyson Ave. Roslyn Victor Tabaac 824 Clarendon Rd. Rydal 'r Cathy Tabanico 1465 Blue Jay Road Roslyn Karen Taddei 2972 Kanes Rd. Willow Grove F531 2 gi 57" A , .- . 1 3 T A--1 Michael Tappert 615 Fox Chase Rd Fox Chase Manor gun--M 274 Kim Tieger 1211 Cox Rd. Rvdal ew. 'Gwe- int' 'Qi 110-5- David Tidwell 618 Harrison Ave. Ardsley 275 Sf-we Teri A ,,f ,nz J,, imgf 1 1070 Easton Fld, Roslyn Donna Teti 1070 Easton Fld. Roslyn 15:-4 iv-me-Q. Joanne Thompson 1737 Park Ave. Willow Grove f , I ffks Z Y 1 5 Q1' 1 I mf ,, if, 1 1 V, Jennifer Theuns 239 Keswick Ave Glenside I Glen Timmons Frank Tino 711 Tennis Ave. 217 Leona St. Ardsley Huntingdon Valley Nancy Tompkins 1081 Easton Rd. Roslyn Wm Suzan Topor 354 Heathcliffe Rd. Louis Tiziana J. Ann Todd 1234 Boone Ave. 2826 Woodland Rd. Roslyn Roslyn Huntingdon Valley 276 Richard Tompkins 235 Woodlyn Ave. Glenside 'CTT' James Tornetta 2731 Magnolia Ave. North Hills Barry Tratenberg 1159 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley J?i'9xffy7Pf cg! 5fy JQ5ZV5iN Q0 Qty Elizabeth Townsend ' 4 J-TU 2345 Woodland Ra. ,gf Roslyn ' 'Z"'o- Aka' Carol Trachtenberg 42 Chapel Hill Rd. 'S Wilma Trice Richard Trifiletti 1426 Davidson Rd. 341 Cedar Rd. Abington Elkins Park Huntingdon Valley A., Katherine Trautman 2070 Parkview Ave. Abington Jamie Trudel Susan Trudel 1524 Edgewood Ave. 1524 Edgewood Ave 277 Roslyn Roslyn Carol Tuhacek ififhnr Robert Tumelty 2538 Radcliffe Ave. 1049 Arbuta Rd. Roslyn Abington Patsy Twyman 2559 Lamott Ave. Willow Grove Katherine Turner 2159 Menlo Ave. Glenside '23 Denise Tutolo 2773 Norman Rd. Howard Tyrrell 434 Sylvania Ave, Glenside vs-nf Margaret Tyrrell 2247 Albright Ave Abington Roslyn Nancy Ullman Robert Ulmer 224 Moredon Rd. 23 N. Sylvania Ave Huntingdon Valley Rockledge Leslie Unterberger 1929 Acorn Lane Abington J CET' George Van Hook 1572 Huntingdon Rd. Abington Robert Vassian Oswald Vater 2051 Old Welsh Rd. 340 Holme Ave. Abington Elkins Park Harry Van Artsdalen 639 Seminole Ave. Philadelphia Stephen Van Scott 1138 Sewell Lane Rydal Holly Van Hest 1836 Canterbury Rd Abington Joseph Veasey 251 Perry St. Elkins Park Cheryl Vaughn 1658 Washington Ave. Willow Grove 9 Susan Verona 1066 Anna Rd. Huntingdon Valley Edward Veney 1650 High Ave. Willow Grove tm, 491- Rudolph Vigilante 2244 Mt. Carmel Ave. Glenside Joy Wade 305 Montgomery Ave. Rockledge Q 1 ,J Deborah Vincent G lenside Elizabeth Voss 665 Pine Tree Rd. Jenkintown 2120 Woodlawn Ave, 2 80 Liza Von Rosenstiel 1432 Frog Hollow Fld. Flydal Thomas Vinsh 2140 Parkview Ave Abington Paul Wagner 427 Linden Ave. Glenside Joyce Waldman 839 Cricket Ave. Ardsley Kathleen Wager 1442 White Owl Rd. Roslyn 4'-,rr-f Walter Werner 335 Zane Ave. Philadelphia Linda Walton 1306 Green Rd. Roslyn Mark Walther Glenside Vicki Lynn Waterman 618 Louise Rd. Loretta Ward 735 Edge Hill Rd. Ardsley Thomas A. Watts 415 Sylvania Ave. Glenside Beverly Watson 307 Ruscombe Ave. North Hills 954 Roanoke Ave. Elkins Park John Weaver 408 Sylvania Ave. Glenside L. Arthur Webber 762 Edge Hill Fld, Glenside Ellen Welnstock Sherry Weinstein 1826 Pine Fld. 915 Henrietta Ave. 1 L. Charles Weber 755 Baeder Rd. Jenkintown Huntingdon Valley Huntingdon Valley Joanne Weber David Weiman 1156 Colonial Ave. Benson Manor Apt. 108 Roslyn Jenkintown 282 4 Robert Weir 1318 Jericho Road Abington Kenneth Weisel 465 Linden Ave. Glenside, Pa. We 1 Larry Weissman 364 Keswick Ave. Glenside - 3 John Werntz 1715 Rockwell Road Abington g' M. Jeffrey Weiss 117 Susan Drive Elkins Park Barbara Wesley 1608 Upland Ave. Jenkintown Irwin B. Weiss 333 Meadowbrook Apts Huntingdon Valley William Wesley Scott Weymouth 1608 Upland AV9- 415 Hamel Ave. Jenkintown North Hills Nlarie Whitcavage 338 Cricket Ave. North Hills Robert White Rosedale Apts. F-6 Florey Lane JoAnne White 231 Roslyn Ave. Glenside 11:17 WW' A. Edward Whisman Elizabeth Whitby 2143 Ridgeview Ave. 1923 Canterbury Rd. Abington Abin9f0n 4 Glenside Nancy Whitfield 1424 Edge Hill Rd Abington Linda Wiedeman 225 Oswald St. Elkins Park Mary Whyte 2500 Radcliffe Ave Roslyn 'lev- David Wiley 762 Maple Ave. Ardsley Francis Wledmann 705 Dale Rd. Huntingdon Valley C. Richard Williams Eric Williams 1825 Clayton Rd. 1658 Arnold Ave. Abington Willow Grove Vickie Williarns 1717 Park Ave. Willow Grove lllvll 0 A gk MM. Susan Wilson 1338 Jericho Fld: Abington 2177 Charles St. ill? !3"""' Bruce Willis 1534 Prospect Ave. Willow Grove Paul Winters Vickie Wish 1609 Shoemaker Rd. 1028 Anna Rd. Abington Huntingdon Valley wwf Richard Wimmer 1073 Sherman Ave. Huntingdon Valley 28 6 HT Bonnie Wolf 1071 Kingsley Rd Rvdal k., George Wood 1913 Fairview Ave. Willow Grove 195 -X.. Nicholas WUIQ5 Katherine Woltemate 1365 Birchwood Ave. 2204 IVIEHIO Ave. Roslyn Glenside Harvey Wood Abington 2033 Corinthian Ave. Rexford Wright R. Peter Wright 2551 Lamott Ave. 2803 Lamott Ave. Willow Grove Willow Grove 287 Yumi Yamamoto 369 Sylvania Ave. Glenside Nancy Yeager 1526 Edgewood Ave Roslyn If' M 1 I in fyfx ,I 1 4' ki 5 Q 288 I 1 W lllll 1138 Colonial Ave. Roslyn William Yeager 828 Jackson Ave. My Og ane, ly wlflnif elllfif ,Y :Q "f r, James Youngquist 1135 Westbury Rd. Jenkintown we Joyceanne Yoder 2951 Limekiln Pike North Hills Linda Young 651 Montgomery Ave Philadelphia 'rw'-.fee Y"'--v' 3' . ,. , xv . 1' ' as ' H- ' i- Q A 1 f A l ,4 SQ' K , , all .i,. Q. W ig' 3- 5 M 4 , X kt' Q Le , . X ' si ' Brooke Zimmerman 792 Dale Rd. Meadowbrook is Ni Iris Zimmerman 550 Susquehanna St. Huntingdon Valley Paula Zitzer 332 Ainslie Rd. Huntingdon Valley "-un., Eva Zuckerkandel 1077 Wellington Rd. Jenkintown ,H N! Marci Blaufeld 432 Rockledge Ave Huntingdon Valley SENIORS NOT PICTURED Thomas Baldridge Gilbert Beisel Robert Best Raymond Buss Gary Casey Walter Czerviski Candace Davis Richard Erbele Michael Farmer Richard Freedman if 290 Q 59-A M ' Brenda Gibbs Laura Goettner Francis Grabowski Raymond Guth Eric Hilton Roy Hoagland Marian Hussie Richard Johnson Stephen Johnson Martin Kister Michael Lauria Bruce Leventhal Michael Logan Paula Mack Kevin Maloney John Mathe Thomas McDermott Richard McNamara Joseph Mulhern Michael Mulhern Maureen Mullen David Myers James Peacock John Posikan Mahlon Rice - Palmer Rossi John Santone Neal Saurman Janet Ellen Scola Robert Schillinger Richard Sheehan Andrea Skovron Gary Steinberg James Taylor Henry Wiegand Edwin Wolfson Michael Womack Robert West Q rl' ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL J A? i JoAnn Braunfeld 210 Benson Manor Jenkintown Michelle Brooks 139 West Ave. Elkins Park Billy Claster did not give us his picture, so he's not here. However, Debbie Barer, Marna Baumgarten, Lisa Herold, Margie Lang, and Donna Morgan are in the regular senior section. Sorry! Nancy Faller 351 Fisher Rd. Jenkintown . an 29 2 Richard Frankel 626 Cheltena Ave. Jenkintown Nancy Leopold 1311 Warner Fld. M eado wbroo k Nancy Palmbaum 2157 Rush Rd. Abington Gail Greenberg Meadowbrook Apts. Huntingdon Valley fig., 5239 Kenneth Olmsted 1238 Cox Rd. Rydal 2 Debra Santora 747 Cresent Ave. Glenside The Alternative School is not just a school, it is a project that is testing new curricula, new types of schedules, and new ways of teaching and learning. Because of its experimental nature, the school is always open to change. The school has an open campus policy which means a student is required to be at school only when he is scheduled for classes. In addition to classes, students are expected to work six hours a week in their own "community involvement" program of part time work, volunteer service, or major independent study. A final policy is that the school is non-graded which means that all of the classes are mixed without any separations according to grades. The school calendar is broken up into five cycles of seven weeks each. Schedules are very flexible and there are courses offered at night and also on weekends. Decisions about which courses to offer are made by the staff in consultation with students. A student curriculum task force makes the final decision about which courses will actually run. Students may choose one or any combination of the five grading systems offered. lf you have never heard of the Alternative School, you may begin to realize that the students help to make almost any decision about the school. This is one of the reasons school this year has been an exciting place to be. The courses are very stimulating, the staff is great, and the school has an atmo- sphere about it that you, too, would feel just by visiting. Although disagreements are something that we have a lot of, just about everyone agrees that learning outside of a classroom and outside of the school is as important as the classroom. The Alternative School is trying to leave these channels wide open for other kinds of learning, and at the same time is experi- menting with the classroom itself. -Nancy Faller- IN NIEIVIDRIAIVI Nancy Joan Wilson 1954-1971 A bright smile and a friendly hello were the trademarks of this vibrant young lady. Nancy had varied interests including Young Life and Student Affairs. One of her major hobbies was centered on art. It was in this field that her self-awareness and social consciousness was made apparent. With the graduation of the Class of 1972 fast approaching, we commemorate this page to Nancy Joan Wilson. You have walked among as a spirit, and your shadow has been a light upon our faces. . 294 For life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one . . . Kristine, a member of the Class of 1972, died in lVlay of her junior year. ln only three years, she had established herself as an active and verbal member of her class. She was very much involved in the various student publications in both North and South Campus. Student and Class Councils and their respective functions and goals were of a major concern for Kristine. With respect and sadness the Class of 1972 recalls the loss of our classmate. Kristine Mary Allibone 1954-1971 295 SENIOR ADAM ARON: Honor Society I2l Vice-President, I4I Treasurer5 Class Council Treasurer 3 and 45 Sports Club 1, Vice-President 2, 35 Soccer 15 Key Club 3, 4 President5 Concert Choir 3, 4 Treasurerg Chorale 1, 2. LINDA ABRIOLA: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 House A1 President5 Orchestra 1 Secretary, 2 President, 3 Secretary, 45 Chorale 25 Math Tutor 1, 3. LOUIS ACKER: Gymnastics 25 Soccer 2, 35 Intramural Gymnastics 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Chorus 1. STEVE ACKERMAN: Student Council 25 Winner Track 35 Intramural Basketball 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Sports Club 1, 25 Leo Club 4. JAMES ADAMS: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Sports Club 1, 2, 45 Leo Club 4. RONALD ADELMAN: Equestrian Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual Aide 1, 25 Math Tutor 4. JOY AKE RS: Student Council 45 Lounge Monitor 45 FNA 4 Treasurer5 Chorus 1, 2, 3. ROBE RTA ALLEN: Affiliation Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Unicef Club 25 News Bureau 45 Orchestra 1. JILL ALTERMAN: Equestrian Club 25 Interact Club 45 Ski Club 45 "Madwoman of ChaiIIot" 4. MARGARET ANASTASI: Class Council 4. MARIO ANCONA: Tennis 1, 2, 45 Sports Club 1, 2, 45 Bicycle Club 45 Bridge Club 45 Chess Club 1, 45 Ghost Post 15 Math Tutor 2, 4. VICTORIA ANDERSON: Sports Club 1, 2 Secretary5 Art Club 2 President5 Astronomy Club 15 Chess Club 25 Human Relations Club 45 Ecology Club 45 FTA 45 TFA 45 "Teahouse of the August Moon" 15 "Odd Couple" 35 "Gypsy" 35 "Spiral Staircase" 35 "Madwoman of Chaillot" 45 Swimming Aide 35 Junior Orientation 4. PATRICIA ANNON: ORACLE45 Gymnastjcs 35 Independent Study Committee 2, 45 Humanities Planning Committee 25 Ski Club 45 French Club 45 Bridge Club 45 Math Tutor 4. CLARISSA ANTONACCI: Hockey 1. JANET ANTONUZZI: "Gypsy" 35 "Madwoman of Chaillot" 45 Mod- ern Dance 2. DAVID APTAKER: Soccer 1 lCaptainI, 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Student Council 15 House Council 1 lV.P.l 25 Class Council 1 lPres.l5 "West Side Story" 15 "Gypsy" 35 "Roar of the Greasepaint" 15 Theatre Honorary 1, 2, 3 lV.P.l5 Sports Club 1, 25 Ghost Post 15 BASC 15 Early Admission 4. ROBERT ARDEN: ORACLE 3, 45 ARTW 3, 45 School Announcer 25 Mail Room Aide 2. ELLEN ARMSTRONG: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Class Council 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 'I 2, 3, 4. DAVID AUCO'l'I': Sports Club 2, 3. EVIE AVOLIO: Art Club 25 News Bureau 4. GLENN BABE L: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. MICHAEL BAILEY: Student Council 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3,45 J.V. Basketball 25 Cross Country 45 Winter Track 45 Track 45 Key Club 45 Leo Club 4. THOMAS BALDRIDGE: Band 1, 2, 3. SUSAN BALIN: Student Council 45 CSP 45 French Club 45 Foster Sister-Brother Program 35 Elementary School Tutor 2. NANCY BALLARD: FBLA 2. DONALD BAREISS: Class Council 1, 25 Baseball 1, 35 Soccer 1, 25 Wrestling 1. MARILYN BARNES: Intramural Volleyball 15 BASC 15 Rock and Roll Club 1. LYNN BARR: Class Council 15 House Council 2. CYNTHIA BATES: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 3, 4. CYNTHIA BECK: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. PAUL BECKER: National Honor Society 3, 45 Key Club 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 3, 4. BEVERLY BELL: Freshman Class Council 15VoIleybaIl 1, 25 Rock and Roll Club 15 Black American Study Club 1, 2,35CheerIeading 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4 lCaptainl5 Sophomore Class Council 2. DAVID BELLET: Basketball 15 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Leo Club 4 lTreasurerl5 Sports Club 45 J.V. Basketball 2. JULIE BENKO: Class Council 1, 25 Library Aide 25 Math Tutor 45 FTA 3, 4. RALPH BENNET: Rock and Roll Club 4. SUE BENNINGFIELD: Basketball 35 Intramural Volleyball 15 Intra- mural Basketball 1. CHARYL BENSON: F.B.L.A.1, 2, 3, 45 School Store 3, 4. STEVE BENSON: Yoga Club 45 Moder Railroad Club 4. BARBARA BERGER: Affiliation Club 1, 2 lPres.l, 3, 4 lPres.l5 Girls Spirit 15 Student Council Alternate 35 Exchange Student 3, 4. GALE BE RKENSTOCK: Girls Spirit 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Girls Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Lacrosse 1, 2, 35 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Student Nurses Club 3, 45 Ski Club 4. LARRY BE RTOLET: Marching Band 3, 45 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR BETZ: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Class Council 2, 4: Ski Club 4. SUSAN BETZ: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Bicycle Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 45 District Orchestra 3. KATHRYN BLACK: Affiliation Club 1, 25 Intramural Bowling 3. LAURI BLACK: Affiliation Club 1, 25 Teens for the Retarded 2, 35 Yoga 35 Ski Club 2. MARK BLAUERT: Cross Country 1, 25 Ghost Post 1 lSports Writerl5 Abingtonian 45 Winter Track 35 Spring Track 2, 3. STATISTICS JEANNE BLAUNER: ORACLE 3, 45 Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 News Bureau 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2 lSecl, 4 lV.P.l5 Honor Society 3, 4 lSec.l5 GIAC 3, 4 lSec.l5 French Club 45 House A Council 2 lTreasurerl5 Bicycle Club 2. CAROL BLECHL: Newspaper Staff 45 FNA 4. LINDA BLIKLE: ORACLE 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 45 Therapeutic Swimming 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 35 Ski Club 2, 45 Interact 35 Class Council 25 Monitor 4. JAMES BICKLEY: Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4 lCaptainl5 Lacrosse 1, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 25 Advisory Board 1, 25 Varsity A Club 4. ROBERT BLOOR: Student Council 1, 25 Class Council 2 lTreasurerl5 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4 ISec.l5 Wrestling 15Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 3, 4. BARRY BLUMBE RG: Student Council 15 Class Council 35 Ghost Post 25 Sprite 25 Bicycle Club 2, 3, 45 News Bureau 45 Camera Club 45 Jewish Studies Club 45 Wrestling 25 Soccer 1. ANDREW BLUMENTHAL: Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Math Tutor 1, 2. SANDRA BODE: Interact Club 3, 4. HARRY BOUTCHER: Rifle Club 15 Rifle Team 25 Dial Access Club 2. CAROLE BOYD: Affiliation Club 15 New Llfe Club 35 Spirit of 72 1, 25 Concert Choir 45 Chorale 1, 25 Girl's Chorus 3. JAMES BOYD: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2. CHARLES BOWSER: Baseball 1, 3, 45 Football 15 Basketball 1. SUE BRABITZ: Student Council 2. MARIE BRACKINRIDGE: F.B.L.A. President 1, Secretary 25 Affilia- tion Club 3, 45 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Hockey 3, 45 "Gypsy" 35 Concert Choir 3, 45 Chorale 15 Chorus 1. I JEFFREY W. BRADE R: Concert Choir 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Senior Claw Play 45 Folk Guitar Club 4. ALWIN BRATTON: Concert Choir 45 Chorale 1, 25 Boys Chorus 35 House A Council 25 Drama Club 35 Archery Club 1, 2. MARGARET BREMIER: ORACLE 35 Honor Society 3,45 Class Coun- cil 1, 45 House Council 25 Art Club 25 Affiliation Club 15 Bicycle Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Concert Choir 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Ski Club 3, 45 Teens For Retarded 45 Math Tutor 45 Bandfront 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15 Lacrose 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4. LYNN BRENNER: Tennis 1. PATTI BREWER: Folk Guitar Club 2. BILL BROOKS: Cross Country 1, 25 Wrestling 15 Track 2. SANDRA BROTMAN: Student Council 45 Junior Class Council 3. JEFF BROWN: World Affairs Club 25 Guidance Conference Club 25 Abington ExpIorer's Club 2, 3, 45 Class Council 25 Abington Y.M.C.A. Volunteer Swimming Instructor 3. ROSALIE BUCCI: Student Council Representative 15 Varsity Hockey Team 15 Rifle Drill Team 1, 2, 3. BARBARA BUNN: Affiliation Club 35 Usherettes 35 Girl's Chorus 1, 25 Basketball 1. BARBARA BUNTEN: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Interact Club 3, 45 Human Relations 45 Intramural Bowling 35 Cheerleading 15 Gym- nastics 15 Hockey 15 Equestrian Club 2. JOHN BUNTING: Class Council 15 Varsity Basketball 15 Leo Club 4. DON BYRON: Soccer Team 1. JOANN CAHILL: Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operation Outreach Club 25 Library Aide 25 Booster Club 1, 2. JOYCE CAMILLO: Chorale 1, 25 F.B.L.A. 25 Usherettes and Guides 35 Girls' Hockey 4. JANE CAMPBELL: Cheerleading 1, 2, 35 Freshman Class Council 15 House A Secretary 15 Student Council 1, 25 Junior Class Council 35 Senior Class Council 45 Ghost Post 35 Junior Prom Committee 25 Spirit Sisters 1. MARY ANN CAMPBELL: Cheerleader 1. PATTI CAMPBELL: Intramurals - Basketball, Volleyball 1, 25 Out Reach 25 Booster Club 2. JOAN CAPLAN: Student Council 15 Equestrian Club 2. LAURA CARR: Guitar Club 1, 25 Teens for the Retarded 1, 25 Future Nurses of America 45 Majorette 2, 3, 4. ANDREW CARRIGAN: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN CARROLL1 Basketball 1. ASHTON CARTER: Honor Society President 45 Class Council 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 15 Wrestling 2, 35 Key Club 35 Varsity A Club 3. BRUCE CARTER: National Honor Society 3, 45 Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Bicycle Club 35 Campus Life North Campus Vice-President 25 Sports Club 3, 45 Varsity A Club 3, 4. LISA JAMINE CARTER: Student Council 1. GARY CASEY: Football 15 Lacrosse 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2. MERYL CHACKER: Class Council 1, 2, 45 Student Council 25 Abing- tonian 3, 45 Affiliation 1, 25 Drama Club 15 Ghost Post 15Spirit of 721, 25Sprite 1. SCOTT CHALMERS: Class Council President 25 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Junior Varsity Football 15 Varsity Football 2, 3,45 J.V. Track 15 Varsity Track 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 2. BARBARA CHALME RS BETH CHAVILLE: ORACLE 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 French Tutor 45 F.B.L.A. 25 FTA 45 Library Aid 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Prom 4. WARREN CHERRY: Student Council 45 Swimming 25 Wrestling 15 Abingtonian 45 Environmental Action Committee 35 Sports Club 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL CHESTERMAN: Boys Chorus 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3. JOHN CHILDS CHRIS CHRISTOPHER: Class Council 25 Hockey 2, 35 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Senior Prom 4. WILLIAM CLARK: Class Council 15 Varsity A Club 45 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3. CAROL CLARKE: ORACLE 35 Class Council 3, Alternate 45Spirit of '72 1, 25 Jr. Orientation 45 Hockey 1. FRAN CLEMENS: ORACLE 35 Abingtonian 45 Class Council 15Senior Prom 4, BRUCE COHEN: Creative Studies Program 45 Writer for Times Chron- icle 1. CANDACE COLLADAY: ORACLE 45 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Bicycle Club 2, 35 Folk Guitar Club 35 Ski Club 45 Pep Club 15 J.V. Cheerleader 15 Yoga Club 35 Senior Class Play 4. JOHN COLANTONIO: Baseball 2. WILLIAM COLEMAN: Wrestling 1. ED COLEY: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. MYLES CONNOLLY: Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Volley- ball 2. ROBERT COIVIINSKY: Football 1, 2, MIRIAM COOK: Student Council 45 Lounge Monitor 45 Bridge Club 45 Cinema Club 15 Foster Sister 3, 45 Tutor at Emlen Elementary School 2. ANDREW COOPER: Jewish Studies Club 4. BRUCE COPELAND: Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 "Gypsy" 3. KAREN COPE LAND: Student Council 35 Class Council 25 House Council 15 Concert Choir 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3. NANCY COPELAND: Student Council 15 House Council 25 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY CORNELL: Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Leo Club 4. JAN COTMON: Sports Club 3, 45 Teens for Retarded 3, 45 Library Aid 4. RICHARD COU LTER: Class Council 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT COX: Class Council 45 Wrestling 25 Intramural Basketball 15 Debate 3, President 45 Ghost Post News Editor 2. DEANE CREIGHTON: Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Intramural Basketball 45 Chorale 1. SUSAN CROSS: Basketball 25 Lacrosse 1, 25 Spirit of '72 2. DAVID CROSSON: Track 35 Sports Club 3, 45 Geology Club 3. CATHY CRYSTAL: Class Council 1. ROBERT CURRAN: Track 1, 2, 45 Winter Track 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 4. MARIE DAHMS: Art Club 1, 25 Spirit of "72" 1, 25 Modern Dance 15 Hockey 1. CHARLES H. D'ARDENNE, JR.: Dance Band 1, 2,3, 45 Band 1,2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Leo Club 2, 3, 4 IVice-President and Secretaryl: Marching Band 3, 45 House A Representative 15 Pit Orchestra 3, 4. 298 KENNETH DAVENPORT: Soccer 15 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4 IPresident 4l5 World Affairs Club 25 Bicycle Club 1. THOMAS C. DAVIES: Class Council 35 Basketball 25 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Dance Band 1, 25 Marching Band 3, 4. MARGARET DAVIS: Student Council 15 Choices 1. BOB DAVIS: Advisory Board 25 Class Council 1,45Student Council 25 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Concert Choir 3, 45 Dance Band 25 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Prom Committee5 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Theater Honorary 45 "Guys and DolIs"5 "Gypsy"5 "The Mad- woman of ChailIot"5 Spring Musical 4. TIMOTHY DAVIS: Student Council 1, 35 Folk Guitar Club 2, 35 Ecology Club 25 Black American Studies Club 25 Humanities Club 1, 25 Yoga Club 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 35 Spectre 35 Summer Stock 1, 25 "Teahouse of the August Moon"5 "West Side Story". MARY DEACON: Girls Hockey 15 Affiliation Club 25 Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Girls Chorus 1, 4. LYNN DEITCH: Affiliation Club Secretary 2, 3, 45 School Store 25 Library Aide 4. JEANNE DeMARCO: Student Council 1, 35 Class Council 1, 35 House A Council 2. BRUCE DENNIS: Dial Access 1, 25 Television Dept. 25 ARTW 3, 45 Camera Club 35 Stagecraft 2. MATTHEW DePACE: Soccer 45 Baseball 1. RANSOM DETH LOFF: Student Council Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Key Club 35 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Swimming 3, 45 Track 3, 4. TED DETRICK: Basketball 25 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Club Vice-President 15 Varsity 'A' Club 45 Key Club 3, 4 IVice-Presidentl. SUE DEVORE: Student Council 1, 25 Class Council 25 "Roar of the Grease Paint", "West Side Story", "Guys and DoIIs", Theatre Hon- orary 3, 45 Snowball Dance 25 "Carousel", Kutztown 1, 35 Library Aid 1, 25 Pretzel Distributor 1, 2. DAVID T. DICKER: Class Council 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 25 Track 1, 3, 45 Leo Club 45 Prom Committee 3, 4. JOHN DICKERSON: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Rock and Roll Club 1. RAYMOND DiLELLO: Soccer 2. ANNA DILETTO: ORACLE 2, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Usherettes 35 Library Aid 25 Future Teachers of America 35 Future Homemakers of America 15 Future Business Leaders of America 25 Teens for the Retarded 35 Senior Prom Committee 4. DAVID DILWORTH: Band 1, 25 Tennis 35 Sports Club 45 Lacrosse 4. ALBERT DISANDRO: Spring Track 25 Bowling Team 15 Intramural Bowling 1. LYNDA DOLSON: ORACLE 3, 45 School Store 1, 2, 35 World Affairs Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Bicycle Club 35 Yoga Club 35 Photography Club 25 Archery Club 25 Girls Spirit 1, 25 Math Tutor 25 Chorus 15 Library Aid 1, 2, 3. DONNA DOMENICALI: ORACLE 45 Italian Club Secretary 35 Yoga Club 25 Spectre 3, 45 Humanities Play "The Visit" 15 Senior Class Play "Teahouse of the August Moon" 15 Folk Guitar Club 2, 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Fashion Show 15 Independent Study Committee 2, 3. SIDNEY DON: Art Club 2. ANDREW DONAHUE: Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 1. SHARON DORMANDY: Modern Dance Club 15Spirit Club of '72 1, 25 House Council 25 Class Council Alternate 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, Secretary 2. KATIE DOUGHERTY: Student Council 2, 35 Class Council 45 House Council 1, Treasurer: Advisory Board Committee 25 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '72 1, 25 GIAC 45 Hockey 1. NANCY DRAIN: ORACLE 45 World Affairs Club 45 Latin Club 45 Chess Club 15 French Club 25 Band 1, 2. LINDA DUCSIK: National Honor Society 3, 45 Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Lacrosse 3, 45 Spirit '72 1, 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 GIAC 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4. J. BRIAN DUFFY: Spring Track 25 Rifle Team 2. GLEN DUFFY: Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Abingtonian Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Jr. Historians Treasurer 4. THOMAS DUNMORE: Football 1, 2, 35 Black American Studies Club 2, 35 Rock and Roll Club. MICHAEL DURKIN: Class Council 1, 2, 3, 45Soccer 15 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Spring Musical 2, 4. DENISE DURNELL: Intramural Basketball 15 Intramural Volleyball 1, 25 Black American Studies Club 1, 25 Rock and Roll Club 1. LINDA EBERHARDT: ORACLE 45 Class Council 25 J.V. Majorettes 15 Spirit of '72 15 FBLA 15 Interact Club 3, 4. KAREN EBERMAN: Student Council 1, 45 J.V. Hockey 15 Majorettes 1, Captain 2 and 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '72 15 Affiliation Club 15 Correspondence Committee Chairman 25 Library Aide 1, 25 Naturalization Day 3. LAWRENCE ECHIKSON: Class Council 3, 45 Dial Access Aide 1, 3 President 25 Bicycle Club 2. ANDREW ECKER: Soccer 1, 25 Sports Club 1, 2, 45 Key Club 45 Philosophy Club 25 Humanities Club 1, 2. JOHN ELLISON: Clas Council 3, 45 Soccer 25 Senior Lifesaving 35 W.S.l. 45 Yoga Club 3 President 45 Bicycle Club 2, 3, Vice-President 45 World Affairs Club 2, 3, 45 Unicef Club 2. ROBERT EMERSON: Tennis 1, 25 Swim Team 3, 45 Debate Club 3, 45 Political Science Club 2. JOHNECKLES: Photography Club 2. JAY EISENHOFER: Student Council 35 Human Relations 25 World Affairs 2, 35 Ghost Post 25 Spectre 2. BOB ENDRUSCHAT: Student Council 15 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Language Lab Technician 3, 45 Spectre 45 Math Tutor 45 Audio-Visual Aide 2. STEVE ERLICHMAN: Audio-Visual Aide 1, 2. KENT ERB: Student Council 1, 2, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Soccer 15 Interact 35 Varsity "A" Club 45 World Affairs 2. MICHAEL ERICKSON: Gymnastics 1, 25 Indoor Track 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 House Council 25 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3. LINDA ERMELIN: Girls Chorus 1. ANDREA ETTINGOFF: Spirit of 72 15 Ghost Post Artist 25 Math Tutor 25 Library Aide 2. 2 99 GWENDOLYN EVANS: Rock and Roll Club 15 Black American Club 1, 25 Junior Prom 3. ME RE LYN FALCIGLIA: Color Guard 2, 3, 45 Folk Club 1, 25 Chorale 1, 25 Spirit of 72 15 Foster Program 35 Folk Concert 1, 25 Involve- ment Day 35 Valley Forge Christmas Night 15 "Teahouse of the August Moon" 1. JENNIE FARRAR: Chorale 1, 25 Choir 3, 4. SUSAN FAUS: Drama Club 35 Spirit of 72 1, 2. WILLIAM FEERRAR: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 35 Varsity A 45 Campus Life 1, 25 Leo Club 4. RICHARD FEES: Concert Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 3. PAUL FELDMAN: Sports Club 3, 4. ROBERT FELDMAN: Class Council 35 House Council 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 Gost Post 1, 25 Soccer 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,45 Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 35 Key Club 45 Spanish Club4 Treasurer5Spanish Film Club 3. ANDREW FIELD: Student Council 25 House Council 15 Spokesman Editor 25 Cinema Club 15 Human Relations Club 2. CYNTHIA FINE: Student Council 1, 2, 35 Hockey 15 Gymnastics 15 Rifle Drill Team 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Junior Prom 25 Thera- peutic Swimming Aid 3. GEOFFREY FISHER: Class Council 3, 45 Soccer 15 Track 35 Geology Club 15 Debate Team 3, 45 World Affairs 3, 45 Affiliation Club 3, 4. GWEN FISHER: Basketball 45 Black American Study Club 1, 25 Rock and Roll Club 1, 2. VICTORIA FISHER: Hockey 15 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 35 Ecology Club 45 Creative Writing Club 45 Bicycle Club 3, 45 Abing- tonian 45 Senior Class Play 45 Sprite 25 Math Tutor 2, ARTHUR FISHMAN: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15 Basketball 1. SUSAN FITZPATRICK: Student Council 25 Honor Society 3, 45 Swim- ming 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Lacrosse 25 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 35 F.N.A. 1, 3, Secretary 2. CHRISTOPHER FLECK: Football 15WrestIing 2. SALLY FLINT: Unicef Club 15 Library Aide 1, 2., PATTI FLOOD: House Council 25 Guitar Club Vice-President 15 T.F.R. 3, 45 "Odd Couple" 35 "Madwoman of Chaillot" 4. ELIZABETH FLOWER: Equestrian Club 15 Bicycle Club 35 Camera Club 35 Ghost Post 2. BRIAN FLUCK: Honor Society 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Volleyball 1, 25 Tennis 3, 45 Sports Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Key Club 3, Treasurer 45 Varsity "A" Club 4. ROBERT FOEDISCH: Student Council 25 Swim Team 25 Track 35 Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Bicycle Club 3, 4. DEBRA FOX: ORACLE 45 Student Council 3, 45 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15 Ski Club 3, 45 Independent Study Club 2, 3. RICHARD FRAGALE: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Key Club 4. JOAN FRANK: Claw Council 25 Spirit of '72 15 Equestrian Club 1. BARRY FREEDMAN: Student Council 25 Class Council 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 "Guys and Dolls" 25 "Gypsy" 35 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Senior Prom Chairman 45 Lunch Monitor 3. ELLEN D. FRIEDMAN: Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Folk Guitar Club 2, 3, 45 Yoga Club 35 Spectre 4. il ELLEN J, FRIEDMAN: ORACLE 3, 45 Honor Society 1, 2, 3,45 Class Council 2, 3, 45 House Council 15 Hockey 15 Lacrosse 25 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Involvement Day 45 Ghost Post 1. DIANE FRIEDRICH: F.N.A. 3, 45 T.F.R. 4. DOROTHY FROCK: Maiorettes 4. EDWARD FU RMAN: Student Council 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Baseball 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 4. KEITH GAINES: Class Council 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Black American Studies Club 1, 25 Intramural Volleyball 25 Boys Chorus 1. JEAN GARRISON: Montreal Exchange 15 P.F.T.A. 3, Treasurer 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Band Secretary 45 Math Tutor 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra for "Gypsy" 3. MIKE GANGES: Football 1, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1. JUDY GEBE RT: Student Council 45 Girl's Basketball 15 Young Llfe Club 3, 4. PETER GEBE RT: Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 15CIass Council 1, 25 Leo Club 2. ELIZABETH GE RHARD: Student Council Alternate 25 Class Council Alternate 2, 45 Girl's Basketball 15 Young Life 1, 2, 3, 4. ULRIKE GERMERSHAUSEN: Affiliation Club 4. BRENDA GIBBS: Library Aid 1, 2. ROXANNE GIBSON: Black Student Coalition 2, 3, 45 Future Veteri- narian Club 4. MARILENA GIULIANI: Make-Up in "Gypsy". MARY KAYE GLEASON: New Life Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. CINDY GLUECK: ORACLE 45 Student Council 1, 25 French Club 45 Folk Guitar Club 1, 2, 4. JEFF GLYNN: Baseball 1. RACHAEL GODSHALL: Folk Guitar Club 15 Foster Brother and Sister Program 35 Yoga Club 35 Bicycle Club 45 Concert Choir 4. DEBBIE GOFF: Hockey 1, 25 Senior Class Play 3. LOUISE GOFFREDO: Drill Team 1, 2. JOSEPH P. GOLDBE RG: Library Aide 35 Orchestra 3, 4. JOANNE GOLDEN: ORACLE 3, 45 Spirit of 72 1, 25 Hockey 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Affiliation Club 25 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 T.F.R. 3, 4 Secretary 45 G.l.A.C. 3, 45 C.S.P. 4. JON GOLDMAN: Math Tutor 1, 25 Independent Study Club 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Debate Club 3, 4 iSecretary 4I5 Bridge Club 45 Chess Club 45 Sports Club 45 Student Council 45 Lounge Monitor 45 Intramural Bowling 3, 4. 300 LESLYE GOLDMAN: Bridge Club 45 Involvement Day Committee 4. BRUCE GODMAN: Gymnastics 1, 25 Band 1, 25Orchestra 3,45 House Council 25 Student Council 1, 35 Dance Band 35 Class Council 2, 4. LARRY JAY GOODMAN: ORACLE 45 Chess Club 15 Tennis 1, 25 Bicycle Club 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 Jr. Prom5 Bridge Club 45 "Enemy of the People" 2. SUSAN GOODMAN: House Rep. 25 Spirit Sisters 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Hockey 3, 45 Class Council 3, 45 Future Teachers 3, 45 Basketball 15 Girls' Gymnastics 15 Swimming 15 Affiliation Club 25 Lacrosse 2. BRUCE GOODWIN: Student Council 3, 45 Class Council 1, 25 Tennis 25 Riflery 25 Interact Club 45 Lounge Monitor 4. NANCY GOODWIN: Student Council 1, 25 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Spectre 4. ALAN GOTTLIEB: Intramural Basketball 15 Interact Club 4. DAVID GRACE: Track 15 Volleyball 25 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 45 Bicycle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Spectre 45 Student Day Activities 2. WILLIAM GRAEFF: Golf 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. MICHAEL GRANDY: Student Council 25 Baseball 1, 2. JOY GRAUER: Class Council 2, 45 House Council Secretary 25 La- crosse 25 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 F.N.A. 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Orientation 4. LARRY GRECH: Intramural Basketball 45 Leo Club 4. GINNY GREEN: Black American Study Club 1, 25 Black Student Coalition 3, 4. KENNETH GREEN: Honor Society 1, 25 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL GREEN: Wrestling 1. GREGG GREENBE RG: Class Council Vice-President 35 Student Coun- cil 35 Honor Society 1, 3, 45 Bicycle Club 2, 3, 45 Ham Radio Club 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 35 Ski Club 45 Chess Club 25 Jewish Studies Club President 45 Creative Writing Club 45 Math Tutor 4. DEBORAH GREENE: Student Council 35 Class Council 2, 35 Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 45 GIAC 1, 2, 3,45 Tennis Manager 25Spirit of '72 1, 2. BRUCE GREENSPAN: Class Council 25 House Council 15 Football 15 Basketball 15 Tennis 15 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 J.V. Basketball 25 J.V. Soccer 25 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 4. KATHY GRENINGER: Sports Club 45 FBLA 35 School Store 3, 45 Library Aide 45 Lunch Monitor 4. JOSEPH GRIMES: Class Council 45 Intramural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 Math Tutor 4. ROLFE GRIPP: Class Council 1, 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Leo Club 4. JOHN GROTHUSEN: Student Council 3, 45 House Council President 1, 25 Honor Society 3, 45 Basketball 1, 45 J.V. Basketball 2, 35 Soccer 15 Key Club 45 Spectre 45 Lunch Monitor 3. RAYMOND GUMP: Honor Society 3, 45 Cros Country 1, 25 Winter Track 25 Spring Track 1, 2, 45 Varsity "A" Club 3, Secretary 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2. BRANT GUTEKUNST: Affiliation Club 3, 45 Exchange Student 3. RAYMOND GUTH: Football 15 Baseball 1, 2. BONNIE GUTMAN: Library Aide 1. MARY ANN GWINNELL: FBLA 25 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Library Aide 1. JACK HAAS: Basketball 25 Bowling 4. ROBIN HAAS: Affiliation Club 1, 2, 35 T.F.R. 3. KIM HAERON: News Bureau 35 lEditor-in-Chiefl 45 Latin Club 25 Dial Access 25 French Club 35 Fashion Show 35 Future Teachers of America 4. DEBBIE HAFNER: Usherettes 35 Abingtonian 4. SUSAN HAGENMEYER: Spirit of "72" 1, 25 Archery Club 1, 25 Rifle Club 25 Affiliation Club 3, 45 T.F.R. 3, 45 School Store 3, 45 Snowball Dance lDecoration Committeel 3. GLEN HAGOPIAN: Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Young Life 1, 25 Leo Club 25 Student Council 25 Class Council 1. LINDA HAHN: Bicycle Club 25 Library Aide 2. WILLIAM C. HALDEMAN: Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Interact Club 2, 3. DONNA HALL: Class Council 25 F.B.L.A. 45 School Store 4. LYNN HALL: Class Council 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 T.F.R. 15 Library Aide 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Choir 45 Ski Club 3, 45 GIAC 3, 4. GARY HANNIG: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 4. BARBARA HARBERGER: Student Council 1, 2, 3. ROBIN HARFORD: Class Council 25 Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 15 Chorale 25 Soccer 1, 25 Varsity A 4. DEBORAH HARMAN: Student Council 1, 2. KARYN HARNER: Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 25 Basketball 15 Spirit 1, 25 GIAC 3, 45 Future Nurses 3, 4: Ski Club 4. MARIAN HARRISON: Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Affiliation Club 3, 45 Teens for Retarded 25 GirI's Basketball 15 World Affairs Club 4. DAVID HEGEDUS: Band 1, 25 Orchestra 35 Baseball 1, 4. SHE RYL HEGGS: Student Council 2, 4 lCorresponding Secretary 4l5 Honor Society 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lTreasurer 3I5 Human Relations Club 1, 3, 4 lSecretary 3I5 Usherettes 3, 4 lSenior Chair- man 4I5 Orchestra 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Hockey 1, 45 "Gypsy" 35 Volleyball 1. LISA HEIMAN: Class Council 45 Art Club 1, 2 lPresident 2I5 Ecology Club 35 Equestrian Club 1, 25 Humanities Club 1, 25 Modern Dance Club 2. KARLENE HERBINE: Student Council 15 Class Council Alternate 35 Affiliation Club 3. BRUCE HE RRING: House Council 1, 25 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. EMILY HESS: Class Council 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Seimming Team 1, 2, 35 Swimming Aid 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4. JUNE HESS: Chorale 1, 25 FNA 4. FREDERIC HESSEFI: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 25 Leo Club 25 Swimming 1. PETER HILEMAN: Tennis 2, Varsity 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 15 Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Intramural Basketball lCham4 pionship Teaml 3. ANTHONY J. HILL: Varisty "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 4. CHARLES HILL: ORACLE 45 World Affairs Council 4. ERIC HILTON: Soccer 15 Bicycle Club 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 2, 3, 4. KAREN HOFFMAN: House Council 1, 25 Junior Class Council 35 Senior Class Council 45 Diving Team 35 Swimming Aid 35 Interact Club 2. VICTOR HOLMES: Football 1, 2, 45 Track 15 Black American Club 1, 25 Rock 'n' Roll Club 1. MARGARET HOOD: Guides and Ushers 1, 2. MICHAEL HOWARD: Student Council 1, 3, 45 Abingtonian 35 Orches- tra 2, 45 Concert Choir 3, 45 Choir 1, 2. LINDA HOYLE: New Life 2, 3, 45 FBLA 2, 3, 4. ALIENE HUGHES: Student Council 3, 45 "Olive" 15 "Men of One Master" 1, 25 "The Apple Tree" 15 "Guys and Dolls" 25 "Gypsy" 35 "Mad Woman of ChailIot" 45 Teen 'n' Twenty Fashion Show 25 DRA Nominee 45 Theatre Honorary 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 45 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off" 3. BARBARA HUGHES: ORACLE 35 House Council 1, 25 Class Council 45 Basketball 1, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 3, 45 Lacrosse 3, 45 Sports Club 35 GIAC 3, 45 Ghost Post, Sports Editor 1, 25 Sprite 15Spirit of '72, 1, 25 National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2. JANICE HUNSICKER2 Bible Club 1, 2, 45 Library Aide 2. PATRICIA HYMAN: ORACLE 45 Interact 1, 2. MICHAEL ILLGEN: Track 2. EDWARD JACKSON: Marching Band 3, 45 Football 1, Manager 25 Rifle Team 2. BEVERLY JAMIESON: FBLA 4. JEFF JAMISON: Abingtonian 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Golf Team 45 Creative Writing Club 4. CONSTANCE JANNOTTI: Student Council 1, 2, 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Archery Club 1 lSecretaryl5 Montreal Exchange 1. YOLANDE JEFFERSON: Black American Studies Club 25 Rock 'n Roll Club 2. THOMAS JEFFORDS: Student Council Alternate 45 Intramural Bowl- ing 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling Team 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Future Scientists of America 1, 2. CHERYL JENKINS: Band 1, 2, 3. TIMOTHY JENKINS: Class Council 25 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Future Scientist of America 1. RANDI JE RGENSEN: House Council 25 Student Council lAIternatel 35 Class Council 45 Art Club 25 Yoga Club 1, 25 Bicycle Club 2, 35 Affiliation 3, 45 Ski Club 4. AL JEWITT: Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Graphic Arts 1, 25 Photography Club 1, 25 Baseball 1. DIANE JOBSON: Affiliation Club 35 Junior Prom lRefreshrnent Com- mitteel. MARILYN JOHNSON: Baseball 25 Affiliation Club 35 New Life 3, 45 Therapeutic Swimming 35 Stage Crew 45 Prop Crew 4. SUE JOHNSON: Stage Crew 3, 4. TOM JOHNSON: Baseball 1, 35 Track 4. DAVID JONES: Football 1, 45 Swimming i500 Kilometer Racel 2. MICHAEL JONES: Football 1, 2, 35 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3,45 Rifle Team 4. SHERYL JONES: T.F.R. 1, 25 Equestrian Club 1. STEPHEN KAHN: ORACLE 45 Honor Society 1, 2, 3,45 Bicycle 2, 3, 4-President5 News Bureau 3, Photo Editor 45 Camera Club 3, President 45 Rifle Team 1, 2, Captain 3, 45 Sports Club 2, 35 Amateur Radio Club 2, President 3, 45 ARTW 3, 45P.A. Announce- ments 25 Math Tutor 25 Tennis Team 1, 25 Dial Access Aide 25 Cinema Club 15 Interact Club 35 Math Tutor 4. AUDREY KAISER: Affiliation Club 1. ANDREA KANDEL: House Council 25 Spirit Club 15 Usherettes 35 Spanish Club 4. FREDERIC KATZ: Student Council 1, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 45 World Affairs Club 15 Sports Club 1, 25 Ghost Post 25 "Madwoman of Chaillot". MARTIN KATZ: ORACLE, Photography Editor 45 Class Council Alter- nate 45 Ghost Post, Photo Editor, Feature Page Editor 25 Bicycle Club 2, 3, 45 Photography Club 1, 2, 45 News Bureau 45 Math Tutor 4. RANDIE KATZ: ORACLE 45 News Bureau 45 Affiliation Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 45 Bicycle Club 35 Yoga Club 3. DAPHINE KEISER: GIAC 2, 3, 45 Girl's Hockey, Manager 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1. JEANNE KELLER: Chorale 2. LINDA KE LLEY: Class Council 4. MICHAEL KE LLEY: lnteract Club 3, 4. ROBERT KELLY: Class Council 15 House Council 2. SHARON KENAS: Girl's Basketball 1. JOSEPH KENDERDINE: Baseball 1. RICHARD KENNEDY: Student Council 15 Class Council 2, 35 J.V. Baseball 1, 2. GAIL KEMNER: Class Council 15Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY KESSEL: Intramural Volleyball 1, 25 Soccer 15 Baseball 25 Film Club 3. DAVID KESSLER: Jr. Honor Society 1, 25 Math Tutor 15 Political Science Club 25 Involvement Day Committee 45 Abingtonian 45 Bridge Club 4. 302 DAVID KETTINGER: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Photo Club 45 Abingtonian 4. JEFF KEYSER: Abingtonian 4. MICHAEL KING: Student Council 1, 2. LESLIE KIVITZ: Student Council 3, 45 National Honor Society 1, 2 lPresidentl, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 25 French Club 3, 4 lVice- Presidentl5 UNICEF 25 Sports Club 35 Usherettes 35 Cinema Club 15 Bridge Club 45 Involvement Day Committee 4. BRUCE KLASTORIN: Basketball 1. DONALD KLEIN: Soccer 15 Marching Band 3, 4. NORMAN KLENK: Soccer 15 Intramural Basketball 2, 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Tennis 35 Sports Club 4. WARREN KOFSKY: lVice Presidentl House Council 1, lPresidentl 25 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Interact Club 4. MICHAEL KOLBA: Science Club 15 Electronic Music Club 25 Dial Access 8a Lab Aide 25 World Affairs Club 3. PATRICE KOPISTANSKY: National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Affilia- tion Club 25 UNICEF Club 25 Teens for Retarded 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Sports Club 3, 45 Class Council 35 Involvement Day 4. TERRI KOSTER: Intramural Bowling 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 lnteract Club 45 Library Aide 45 French Tutor 45 Stagecrew for Senior Play 3. GARY KRAFTSOW: Student Council 45 Abingtonian 45Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics 2, 3, 45 Soccer 15 Riflery 1. JANE KRAIS: ORACLE 45 Basketball 15 Girls Spirit '72 1, 25 Bicycle Club 3, 45 Stage Crew Club 3, 45 Chorale 1, 2. DEBBIE KRAMER: Student Council 25 Class Council 45Spirit Club 1, 25 New Life Club lVice-Presidentl 3, 45 Hockey 1. GINGER KRAUS: Student Council 1, 35 Class Council 1, 2, 35 House Council 1, 25 National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 45 Spirit '72 15 Cheerleading 15 GIAC 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 1, 25 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. RICK KREMER: Archery Club 1, 2, 45 Rifle Club 15 Class Council 45 Swim Team 45 Walk Committee 3, 4. KANRA KULZER: ORACLE 4. STEVE KNOX: Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Band 1. GARY KURTZ: ORACLE 45 Student Council 3, 45 House Council 1, 25 Varsity Track 15 Golf 2, 3, 4. TERI LAKE: Intramural Bowling 3, 45 Teens for the Retarded 45 lnteract 45 Math Tutor 4, MARY ANNE LANIINA: Art Club 1, 2. BRET LASHNER: Student Council 3, 45 Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lTreasurerl5 Bicycle Club 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Political Science Club 25 Soccer 15 Bridge Club 45 Nlath Tutor 15 Intramural Basketball 2, 4. JOANNE LASKOWSKI: Affiliation Club 2, 35 Future Nurses 45 Abing- tonian 45 "Gypsy"-lCostume ChairmanI5 "Spiral Staircase" lCrew and Castl5 "Madwoman of ChaiIlot" lCostume Chairmanl. R. SCOTT LATIMER: ORACLE 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Sophomore Class Council 2: Math Tutor 1: French Tutor 2:Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 3 ITreasurerl, 4: Key Club 3 lBoard of Directorsl: Leo Club 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4. GARY LATZKO: ORACLE 4: Spectre 4, MICHAEL LAURIA: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 3, 4. PATRICIA LAWSON: Junior Historians 4 IPres.I: Abingtonian 3, 4 lEditor-in-Chiefl: Spectre 4: Baseball 3, 4 IScorekeeperl: Teens for Retarded 3: Foster Brothers and Sisters 3. TERRY LEANESS: Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Winter Track 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Sports Club 1, 4: Wrestling 1. KEITH LEARN: Baseball 1, 2. DENNIS LEE: Choral 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 IVarsityI: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4 IVarsityI: Track 1, 3: School Play 1: Boys' Choir 1, 2, 3. DONNA LEE: Marching Band 2, 3, 4 ITreasurerI: Class Council 1, 4: Theatre Honorary 4: Sr. Class Fashion Show 3: "Guys and Dolls" 3: "Gypsy" 3: "The Madwoman of Chaillot" 4: N.C. Chorale 1, 2. KARLA LEEGARD: Exchange student to Berlin 3 I197O-71 I: Affilia- tion Club 1, 4: Girls' Chorus 2. SUZANNE LEIMBACH: Student Council 2:Senior Class Fashion Show 2, 3. STEPHANIE LENNETT: Affiliation Club 4: T.F.R. 4: Ghost Post 1. VICKI LEON: Class Council 1: Cheerleader 1. ROBIN LEPOFSKY: Student Council 4: House Council 2: Spirit of '72 1:T.F.R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 3. BONITA LEVY: Student Council 3: Sports Club 3, 4: T.F.R. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4: UNICEF Club 1, 2, President 3: F.T.A. 3, Historian 4: Usherettes 3, Chairman 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Bicycle Club 2: Cinema Club 1: Library Aide 3. ANTHONY LEWIS: Intramural Basketball: Hall Monitor. DEBORAH LEWIS: F.B.L.A. 4: Archery Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2. CRAIG LEYPOLDT: Student Council 1, 2, 4: Class Council 3, Vice President 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Football 1, 2, 3: Band 1: Leo Club 3, 4: Lunch Monitor 3: Freshman Orientation 2: Junior Orientation 4: Junior Prom 3: Involvement Day 3. JEAN LIANG: Student Council 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: T.F.R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 4: UNICEF Club 2: School Plays 3, 4: Math Tutor 3, 4. ANDI LIEBERMAN: Spirit of '72 1, 2: T.F.R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3: Foster Brother Sister Program 3, 4: B.A.S.C. 2: French Club 4: Usher 2: UNICEF Club 2. CYNTHIA LIFSON: Student Council 1, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1: Basketball 1: Affiliation Club Treasurer 2, 3: Sports Club Secre- tary 3, 4: Bicycle Club Secretary 3: World Affairs Club 2: Junior Class Play 3: Junior Orientation 4. 303 NEIL LI FSON: ORACLE 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Intramural Bowling 3, Captain 4: Equestrian Club 2, 3, 4: Environmental Action Corn- mittee 3, 4: Science Fiction Club 2. JAMES LINDSAY: Student Council 4: Hall Monitor 4: BASC 3: Rock 'n' Roll Club 2. CARLA LINZ: Class Council 3: Ghost Post 1, 2: Equestrian Club 2: Cinema Club 1: Humanities Club 3. G. DOLLY LIPSCHUTZ: House B Council 2: Affiliation Club 1, 2, Recording Secretary 2: Equestrian Club 2: Modern Dance Club 1, 2. JEFFREY LIPSIUS: Boy's J.V. Tennis 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Interact Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Creative Writing Club 3. LINDA LIPSKI: Spirit of '72 1, 2. JANET LOCKETT: Student Council 1: Class Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1: Junior Prom-Chairman: Senior Prom-Chairman: Varsity Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Concert Choir 3, 4, Secretary 4: Chorale 1, 2: District Choir Alternate 3: Spirit of '72 1, 2: GirI's Hockey 1: Band 1, 2:Swimmer's Aide 3, 4: GIAC 2, 3, 4, President 4. JEFFREY LOCKARD: Marching Band 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1. WILLIAM LOCUST: Football 1, 2: Baseball 1. JOHN LOKKEN: Band 1, 2: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Winter Track 2,4: Spring Track 2, 3, 4. MORRIS LONDON: Camera Club 2, 4: News Bureau 3, 4: Chess Club 2. ROBERT LONG: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra - "Gypsy", "On a Clear Day": Key Club 4: Boy's Tennis 4: J.V. Basketball 1. GEORGE LUCYSZYN: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boy's Tennis 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Bridge Club 4. JOSEPH LUDWIG: Band 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2. SHARON LYBRAND: FTA 4: Affiliaton Club 4: Intramural Volleyball 2. VERNON MACINTYRE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2. LINDA MACKEY: Girls' Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Lacrosse 2, 3, 4: UNICEF 1, 2 IPres.I: Art Club 1, 2: Girls' Spirit 1, 2: FNA 1, 2: FHA 1: Sophomore Class Council 2: Modern Dance 1, 2: Library Aide 2. WILLIAM MACKLEER2 House Council 1: Leo Club 2, 3: Young Life 2, 3: Basketball 1: Baseball 1. PAMELA MACHO: National Honor Society 3, 4: Abingtonian 4: Art Club 1: Radio and T.V. Club 1: Library Aide 2: AFS 4: Ecology Club 4. LAURIE MACMINN: Honor Society 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Class Council 1: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 ICo-Captainl: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Lacrosse 3, 4: Spirit of '72 1, 2: GIAC 2, 3, 4: Theraputic Swimming Instructor 3. WAYNE MADONNA: Photography Club 1. BRUCE MALLATRATT: Track 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN MALLON: Yoga Club 3 ISec.l, 4 IPres.l. KEVIN MALONEY: Rifle Club 1. LYNN MAN KUS: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3,45 Ski Club 3, 45 FNA 3, 45 GIAC 45 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Basketball 1. ROBERT MANN: Abingtonian 4. MILES MANNING: Tennis 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Sports Club 45 Bicycle Club 25 Ski Club 4 ISgt.'of-Armsl. CELIA MANSTEIN: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45Ski Club 1, 2, 45 Student Council 35 Hockey 15 "West Side Story" IOrchestralZ District Band 3. SUSAN MARONE: UNICEF 15 FBLA 4. JOHN MARSDEN: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Class Council 1. DIANE MARTIN: House Council 1, 25 N. C. 84 S. C. Band 25 Rifle Team 3. MICHELE MATTER: ORACLE 15 Student Council 25 FBLA 1, 25 Equestrian Club 25 Marching Band 3, 45 Class Council 45 PFTA 35 Bicycle Club 4. GARY MAYERSON: Student Council 15 Class Council 35 Creative Writing 3. JUDY McAFEE: Class Council 3, 45 Sr. Prom5 Lacrosse 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 45 Yoga Club 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1 IManagerl5 Basketball 1 IManagerl5 Affiliation Club 45 TFR 2. JANIS MCCARTER: Student Council 25 House B Council 15 Hockey 15 Equestrian Club 2, 35 Yoga Club 35 French Club 45 Spectre 4. EVELYNE McCARTNEY: Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 45TFR 1. JAMES McCAULEY: Football 1, 2, 3. ELAINE MCCAULLEY: Ecology Club 3. JAMES McCLU RE: Football 15 Lacrosse 15 Baseball 2. SANDRA MCCLURKEN: Student Council 45 Affiliation Club 1, 3, 45 Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance 15Spanish Club 4. SANDRA MCCOLLUM: Library Aide 1, 3, 45 Equestrian Club 25 Prop Crew 3, 45 "Odd Couple" 3. SHERYL McCOLLUM: Library Aide 1, 3, 45 Equestrian Club 25 Props 4. DENNIS McCOOK: Intramural Bowling 45 Mock Election Committee 1. TERENCE MCCORMICK: Ski Club 45 Sports Club 45 Basketball 4. PATRICIA IVICDADE: FBLA 4 ISeC.l. GE RARD MCDONALD: Abingtonian 3, 45 Track 1, 25 Football 15 Rock and Roll Club 1. 304 DIANE MCFARLAND: ORACLE 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 House Council 25 TFR 3, 45 FTA 35 Props 45Spirit 1. RUTH ANN MCGEE: House Council 25 Girl's Chorus 1535 Equestrian Club 1, 25 Choral 2. JOHN MCEACHE RN: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Wrestling 1. PATRICK McKENNA: Jr. Class Council 3. JOSEPH MCLAUGH LIN: Cross Country 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Chess Club 15 Political Science Club 25 World Affairs Club 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Bridge Club 4. WILLIAM MCMASTER: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 15 Varsity "A" 45 Math Tutor 15 Chorale 25 Wrestling 1. BETH MCMURRAY: Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 45 School Store 1, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 35 Sports Club 45 Bowling 35 FBLA 3, 4 IPresidentl. RICHARD MCNAMARA: A.V. 1, 2. MARYANNE MELCHER: Drill Team 2, 3. MICHAEL MELINO: Clas Council 1, 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Band 1, 45 Soccer 1, 25 Rifle Team 3, 4 IVarsityl5 Abingtonian 45 Ecology Club 3, 45 Sports Club 3, 45 Key Club 45 Varsity "A" 4. JOHN MELODY: Honor Society 3, 45 Sports Club 1, 2, 35 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Ghost Post 15 Debate Club 3, 45 Swimming 1. MICHAEL MENCHEL: Student Council 1, 2, 35 Class Council 2, 35 Leo Club 35 Soccer 1, 25 Basketball 3. LEE MARGNER: Honor Society 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Basketball 15 Sports Club 45 Key Club 3, 45 Ghost Post 25 Math Tutor 4. SABINA MERITZ: Student Council 1, 25 Synchronized Swimming15 Theater Honorary 3, Vice-President 45 "Teahouse of the August Moon" 15 "Guys and Dolls" 25 "Gypsy" 35 "Madwoman of Chail- Iot" 4. LOUISE METZGAR: Clas Council 45 Cross Country 45 Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Volleyball 25 Spirit of '72 15Senior Class Play 45 Ski Club 45 Cinema Club 25 Yoga Club 25 Art Club 1, 25 Modern Dance 1. GINNY MEYE RS: ORACLE 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '72 15 T.F.R. 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 35 Ski Club 3,45 Spanish Club Vice-President 45 F.T.A. 45 "Odd Couple" 3. RICHARD MICHAEL: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3. SUSAN MICHAEL: F.N.A. 15 UNICEF Club 1, 2. BRENDA MILLER: Hockey 15 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '72 15 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 GIAC 4. JANE MILLER: Hockey 15 Drill Team 2. JANIS MILLER: Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Stagecraft Club 1, 25 Art Club 1, 25 French Club 1. MARY LOU MILLER: Spirit of '7215Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 T.F.R. 3, 45 Affiliation Club 3, 4. NANCI MILLER: Hockey 1, 25 F.N.A. 4. ROBERT MILLER: House Council 25 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Sports Club 1, 25 Varsity "A" Club 4, Leo Club 3, Vice-President 4. STEPHEN J. MILLER: Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 3, 45 Geology Club 2. STUART MILLER: Student Council 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 World Affairs Club President 2, 3, 45 Debate Club 3, Vice-President 45 Political Science Club 25 Chess Club 45 Ghost Post Editor 25 Involvement Day 45 Junior Orientation 4. WILLIAM MILLER: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2. GEORGE MILLILI: Sports Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID MINEHART: Tennis 1, 25 Sports Club 15 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Dance Band 25 Chorale 25 Concert Choir 35 Chorus 1. DAVID MITCHELL: Wrestling 1. DENNIS MOCKAITIS: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity "A" Club 45 Hall Monitor 3. JOANNE MONIOT: Chorale 1, 2. MELANIE MONTAGUE: Color Guard 1, Captain 25 Band Front 2. ROBE RT MORELAND: Claw Council 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Sports Club 45 Key Club 3, 45 Hall Monitor 3. GEORGE MORGAN: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Choir 3, 4. LINDA MORGAN: ORACLE 45 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Spirit of '72 25 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Yoga Club 2, 35 GIAC 45 Spanish Club 4. DEBRA MORCHOWER: Student Council 45 Interact Club 3, Sergeant- of-Arms 45 CSP5 Art Club 1. GAIL MORRIS: Class Council 45 Honor Society 35 Lacrosse 35 UNICEF Club 1, 2, 45 Yoga Club 35 Affiliation Club 45 Art Club 25 Photog- raphy Club 45 News Bureau 45 Spectre 4. MICHAEL MORRIS: Class Council 2, 45 Baseball 15 Jewish Studies Club Treasurer 45 Photography Club 45 News Bureau 4. RAN DY MORRISON: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 4. PETER MOSES: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 25 Track 15 News Bureau Sports Editor 4. DEBORAH MOSLEY: Student Council 45 Humanities Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 45 Modern Dance Club 1, President 2, 35 Human Relations Club 3, 45 Environmental Action Committee 3, 45 Yoga Club 3, 45 World Affairs Club 45 "Madwoman of Chaillot" 45 "The Sandbox" 2. KEVIN MOST: Band 1, 25 Work-Study Program 4. DIANE MOTTER: Student Council 1, 25 Foster Brother-Sister Program 3, 45 Chorale 25 Chorus 3, 45 Guides and Ushers 2. 305 DIANNE MOTZ: Class Council 2, 35 House Council 25 Intramural Volleyball 25 Spirit of '72 1, 25 "Spiral Stircase" 3. ANGELA MUELLER: Affiliation Club 4. WAYNE MULCAHY: Soccer 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Photography Club 45 Spectre 4: Abingtonian 45 News Bureau 3. DEBRA MUHL: Class Council 1, 25 House Council 15Spirit of '721, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 GIAC 3, 45 French Club 45 Ski Club 45 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Junior Orientation 4. DIANE MULHEARN: Class Council 15 Cheerleading 3, 45 Spirit of '72 1, 25 F.T.A. 45 Guides and Ushers 2. CHE RYL MULLER: Honor Society 3, 45 Affiliation Club 2, 35 Stage- craft Club 1, 25 P.F.T.C. 35 Chorus 1, 2. LINDA MULLER: Chorus 1, 2. MARSHA MUNTZER: Class Council 35 Diving 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15 Gymnastics 15 GIAC 45 Art Club 2. PAUL MURPHY: Student Council 1, 25 Basketball 45 Black American Studies Club 1, 25 Dance Band 45 "Madwoman of ChailIot" 4. MURIEL MUTZ: Intramural Volleyball 15 Spirit of '72 1, 25 F.N.A. 45 F.B.L.A. 1 lSecretaryl. DAVID MYERS: Class Council 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Leo Club 4. GEORGE MYERS: Student Council 35 Honor Society 3,45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 3, 45 Basketball 25 Varsity "A" Club 45 Ski Club 45 Key Club 3, 4. DAVID NAGEL: National Honor Society 3, 45 Class Council 25 Leo Club 45 Varsity A Club 45 Dance Band 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. BARBARA NATHAN: House Council 25 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 4. NANCY NATHAN: Student Council 3, 45 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 Interact Club 3, 45 Intramural Bowling 3.4 DALE NAYLOR: Bowling 35 Dance Band 45 Folk Club 3, 4. MIKE NEEDLE: Student Council 1, 2 ITreasurerl 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 15 Political Science Club 25 Philosophy Club 25 Class Cxouncil 35 Camera Club 45 Debate Club 45 Involvement Day Committee 4. 'V JACQUELYNN DEBORAH NEELY: Student Council 1, 2, 35 Rock 81 Roll Club 1, 25 Black American Study Club 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 4. GREGORY NELSON: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity A Club 45 Intramural Bowling 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN NERI: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 25Student Council 3. MARIE-LUISE NEUMANN-KLEINPAUL: Affiliation Club 45 World Affairs Club 4. JOE NORDON: Football 1 5 Basketball 1. PHILIP OAKES: Football 2, 35 Baseball 3. ANITA OBE RHOLTZER: Class Council 45 FNA President 4. JAMES O'CONNER: Chess Club 2. RICHARD OE RTE L: Intramural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY O'HARA: TFR 1, 2 Vice-President 3. JANE OLSEN: ORACLE 45 GIAC 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 3. DEBRA OLSON: TFR 2, 3, 4 Secretary 45 Library Aide 1, 2, 35 Affiliation Club 1, 2. LOIS ORAM: New Llfe Club 3, 4. EDWARD ORTIVIANN: Rifle Team 2, 4. ROBERT ORLEMANN: ORACLE 45 Abingtonian 3, 45 Concert Choir 3, 45 FSA 25 Art Club 25 Chorale 1, 2. NANCY OTIS: Student Council 15 GIAC 2, 3,45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl's Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girl's Hockey 1, 25 French Club 3, 45 Affiliation Club 35 Bridge Club 45 Sports Club 3. BENJAMIN OVERBY: Student Council 25 Class Council 35 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 4. JUDITH OWEN: Chorale 1, 25 Choir 35 Girl's Varsity Basketball 1,J.V. 35 Art Club 25 Bicycle Club 2. CYNTHIA PADDICK: Affiliation Club 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Stagecrew "Odd CoupIe" 35 FNA 4. LAURIE PALLER: Archery Club 1, 25 Equestrian Club 1, 25 Astron- omy Club 1, 25 Affiliation Club 4. JOE PATONETZ: Student Council 3, 45 Class Council 1, 2, 45 Junior Orientation 45 Leo Club 2, 3, 4 lPresidentI5 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Soccer 15 Baseball 2, 3. JAMES PEACOCK: Golf Team 3, 4. DEBORAH PEARCE: Student Council 45 House Council lVice-Pres.l 1, lTreasurerl 25 Cheerleader 15 Class Council 15 Interact Club 4. MARGARET PERKINS: Class Council 2, 3, 45 Guitar Club 15Spirit of '72 1, 25 Prom Committee 3, 4. LINDA PERRY: Affiliation Club 25 Yoga Club 35 Drama Club 3, 4. CRAIG PETRY: Bicycle Club 1, 25Student Council 3. WARREN PHILLIPS: Student Council 1, 25 Class Council lVice- Presidentl 1, 2, 45 Monitor 35 Young Life 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Track 1, 2. ROBERT PIENING: Class Council 15 House C Council 15 Football 15 Baseball 1. DANIEL PINKERTON: Newspaper Staff 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 La- crosse 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15Soccer 1. JOHN PISANI: Leo Club 4. DONALD PLESSER: Dial Access 25 Swim Team 2, 3, 4, DEBORAH PONTARELLI: Guides and Usherettes 25 Italian Club 35 Spirit of '72 15 Affiliation Club 2. WILLIAM PORTER: Varsity A Club 3, 45 Leo Club 3, 45Soccer 1, 2, 35 Baseball 15 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. REBECCA PROVENZANO: Class Council lAlternatel 35 Library Aids 15 Ghost Post 15 Chorale 15 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES RABIOLO: Student Council 2, 35 Soccer 15 Lacrosse 25 Latin Club 45 Art Club 2. MAUREEN RAFFERTY: Class Council 25 Junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 FBLA 1-Vice President, 2-President5 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Montreal Exchange 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Affiliation Club 15 Spirit of '72 15 Cafeteria Monitor 45 Guides and Usherettes 1, 2. SHELLEY RAGLIN: Girl's Hockey 1, 45 Girl's Basketball 1, 45 BASC 25 Intramural Bowling 45 School Store 4. VIRGINIA RAHN: Affiliation Club 2, 3, 45 Library Aide 2. LINDA RALSTON: ORACLE 45 Library Aide 1, 25 Girl's Basketball 1, 25 ARTW 45 Art Club 25 Spirit of '72 2. DONNA RANDOLPH: ORACLE 2,' 3, 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Council 1, 2, 3, 45 PFTA Vice President 3, President 4, ARTW 3, 45 Usherettes 3, 45 Creative Studies Program 3, 45 "Madwoman of Challiot" 4, Advisory Board 25 Lounge Monitor 3, 45 Junior Orienta- tion 45 World Affairs Vice President 25 Human Relations 1, 2, 3, 45 Affiliation 25 Spirit of 72 1, 2, 35 Ghost Post 25 Abingtonian 35 New Bureau 3, 45 TFR 2, 3, 45 Yoga Club 35 Sprite 25Spectre 35 Library Aide 2, 35 Dial Access 2. JOHN RANKIN: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVE RANSON: Soccer 1. JACK RASPER: Bowling 15 Intramural Basketball 1. PATRICIA RAY: Class Council 45 House Council 1, 25 Marching Band Color Guard 1, 2, 3 lCaptainI 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 35 Concert Choir 45 TFR 15 FTA 35 Usherettes 35 FNA 4. JOHN RAZZL: Football 1. BONNIE REABACK: Class Council 1, 2, 35 Interact Club 45 Cheer- leading 15 Intramural Bowling 35 Philosophy Club 25 Lost and Found 45 Math Tutor 4. RICH REABACK: Class Council 15 Tennis Team 1, 25 Interact Club 45 Lost and Found 45 Jewish Studies Club 45 Physics Forum Club 35 Philosophy Club 25 Math Tutor 4. BRUCE REDDING: Class Council 1 lAIternatel5 Photo Club 15 Cor- ridor Monitor 35 Monitor Captain 4. LAUREL REDEFER: Abington Summer Stock 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Affiliation Club 45 "Madwoman of ChaiIIot" 4. ELIZABETH REESE: ORACLE 45 Guides and Ushers 1, 25Spirit of 72 25 Interact 45 Affiliation Club 25 Intramural Basketball 2. NANCY REICHERT: Student Council 1, 2: Class Council IAlternatel 1: Spirit of '72 1, iPresidentl 2: Guides and Ushers 1, 2: Affiliation Club 1. PEGGY REUTEMANN: Student Council 2: Ski Club 1, 2: Girls Spirit '72 1, 2:Sub-Deb Club 1. BONNIE RICE: Spirit of '71 1: Ski Club 3, 4: Bicycle Club 3, 4: Equestrian Club 3: Bowling Club 3. 4. LORA RIEDER: Student Council 2: Class Council 1, 3:Spirit of '72 1: Guides and Usherettes 1, IVice Presidentl 2. PATRICIA RIESER: Student Council lAlternateI 4: Cinema Club 1: Modern Dance Club 1:Sprite 2: English Office Aide 2. SANDY ROBERTSON: ORACLE 3, 4: Student Council 1, 3 ISecr- etaryl 2: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Ghost Post 1:Tennis 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Sprite 1. CRYSTAL ROBINSON: Monitor 4. NELDA ROBINSON: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 1: Marching Band 3, 4. A RICHARD RODBERG: House Representative 1, 2: Chorale 1, 2: Mont- real Exchange 1: Yoga Club 1,V2, 3: Math Tutor 2: Choir 3, 4: Geology Club 1, 2: Coin Club 1: UNICEF 1, 2: Wrestling 2: Chess Club 2. DAVID ROGERS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON ROMAN: Spirit of '72 1, 2: FBLA 2: Hockey 1. DOUGLAS ROSANDER: Lacrosse 3, 4: Rifle Club 1: Intramural Wres- tling 1. STUART ROSENBERG: ORACLE 4: House Council 1, 2: Class Coun- cil 1, 2: Student Council 3, 4: News Bureau 4: Chess Club 4: Art Club 2: Interact 2. SUSAN ROSENTHAL: Class Council 1, 2: Equestrian Club 2: Cheer- leader 1: Bowling 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: TFR 4: Creative Studies Program 4. LINDA ROSS: Art Club 1, 2. SILVIA ROSTOCK: Affiliation Club 4. VIRGINIA ROTENBURY: VICA 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: FBLA 2. DEBRA ROTHBERG: Student Council 2, Math Tutor 2, TFR 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 4, Yoga Club 3, Affiliation Club 2, 3. PATRICIA ROTHSCHILD: Student Council 1, 2, 3 lAlternatel: JV Cheerleading 3, Varsity 4. BURT RUBLIN: Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2: Bicycle Club 1, 2: Math Tutor 2, 4: Abingtonian 4: Key Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Political Science Club 2. JOEL RUBLIN: Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Bicycle Club 1, 2: Math Tutor 4: Tennis 4: Key Club 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. 307 PATRICK RUSH: Astronomy Club 1: Leo Club 3: Sports Club 4. CAROL RUSSELL: Equestrian Club 1, 2: Girls' Spirit 1: New Life 4. JAMES RUTLEDGE: Latin Club 2: Intramural Basketball 3. MICHELE RYAN: Stagecrew 4. BENGT RYDBERG: Ski Club 4: Affiliation Club 4. IRENE SAWYER: Student Council 1, 2: Class Council 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: TFR 1: FBLA 2, 3, 4: Guides and Usherettes 2: PFTA 3: Drill Rifle Team 2, 3, iCaptainl 4. GEORGE SCANNAPIECO: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4: Football 1. MICHAEL SCHAEFER: ORACLE 4: Spectre 4: Abingtonian and Ghost Post 3: Instructional Photo. 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 1, 2: Instruc- tional Tel. 1, 2, 3:Track llvlanagerl 1, 2, 3: Cross Country lManagerl 3. LILLY SCHAFFERT: ORACLE 3 ICo-Asst. Editorl, 4 lCo-Ed-in- Chiefl: Independent Study Committee 2, 3: French Club 3, 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Chorale 1, 2: Bridge Club 4. KATHERINE SCHECKLER: Rifle Team 1. HERBERT SCHENKEL: Equestrian Club 2: Tennis 2, 3: Choir 3, 4: New Life Club 4. ERIK SCHNEIDER: Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Leo Club 3. SUZANNE SCHNEIDER: Affiliation Club 3, 4. GRIFFIN SCHRACK: Student Council 1, Class Council 1, 2, 3: House Council 2 iVice Presidentl: Ski Club 1, 2 iVice Presidentl, 3: Track 1, 3, 4: Winter Track 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A" Club 3: Photography Club 4. ROBERT SCHRAE DER: Track 2, 3, 4: Sports Club 2, 3, 4: New Life Club 4: Intramural Wrestling 1. BARBARA SCHWARTZ: Yoga Club 3, 4: TFR 3. KAREN SCHWARTZ: Abingtonian lAssistant Editorl 3, 4: Junior His- torians 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2: TFR 2, 3:Spanish Club IPresidentl 4. MARC SCHWARZMAN: Student Council 2, 3, IAdvisory Boardl, 4 IReporterI: Cinema Club 1, 2: World Affairs Club 1: Ghost Post iColumnistl 1, 2: Sports Club 1, 2,3 lVice-Presidentl:Abingtonian 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 4: Intramural Volleyball 2: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Tutor 2. KEVIN SCOTT: Photography Club 1 lVice-Presidentl, 2 iPresidentl: Wrestling 2, 3. MARIA SCRUGGS: Chorus 3, 4: Ghost Post 1: Drama 2: Stage Crew 3. LINDA SEELEY: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Nlarching Band 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 1: District Band 2, 3: UNICEF Club 1, 2. JOAN SE FTON: V.I.C.A. 3, 4. WILLIAM SEIGFRIED: Student Council 1, 2: Class Council 1, 2: Chorale 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Lost and Found 1, 2: Italian Club 3, 4. SUSAN SEITER: Student Council 1, 2: Majorette 1: Human Relations Club 1, 2: Bicycle Club 3: Ghost Post 1, 2 INews Editorl: News Bureau 1, 2: Guides and Ushers 3. CHARLES SE RAFIN: Student Council 1 : J.V. Soccer 2, 3. GLENN SHAFER: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Ski Club 1, 2,3, 4: Leo Club 4. JAMES SHAPIRO: Student Council 3, 4: Class Council 3: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Political Science Club 2 lVice Presidentl: Abingtonian 3, 4: Leo Club 3: Ghost Post 2. MARY SHENTON: Affiliation Club 3, 4: Exchange Student 2: Guitar Club 1. MICHAEL SHER: Bowling 1, 2: J.V. Baseball 2: Intramural Basketball 3: Intramural Volleyball 4: Theater Production 4. SUSAN SHIMER: ORACLE 4: Color Guard 1: T.F.R. 4: Chorus 1, 2: Involvement Day 4: Senior Prom Committee 4. NEIL SHORE: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 3, 4: Involvement Day 4: News Bureau 4. DEBORAH SHUGERMAN: Affiliation Club 4: News Bureau 4: Library Aide 1: Math Tutor 4. KATHY SHUSTER: Hockey 1: Basketball 1: Lacrosse 1, 2: Art Club 1. EDWARD SICKLES: Student Council 1, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Sports Club 1, 2 IVice-Presidentl, 3 ITreasurerl, 4: T.F.R. 2, 3, 4 IPresi- dentl: Chorale 2: Concert Choir 4: Chorus 1, 3: F.T.A. 3, 4: School Store 3, 4: World Affairs Club 2. ERIC SILVERMAN: Student Council 1, 2 ISergeant-at-Armsl, 3, 4: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT SIMONS: Track 1, 2: Cros Country 2: Volleyball 2. MOLLY SINGER: Student Council 1, 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4. GREGORY SMITH: World Affairs Club 3, 4: Chess Club 1: Ecology Club 4. ROBERT A. SMITH: Track and Field 1: Drama Club 3: Spectre 3. ROBERT SMITH: Student Council 2: Class Council 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Leo Club 3, DEREK SMYTH: Baseball 1, 3, 4: Football 1: Basketball 1: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Sports Club 1. DALE SNOWDON: Ski Club 4. MARGERY SOBELMAN: ORACLE 3, 4: Student Council 4: House Council 1: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1: Basketball 1: French Club 3, 4 lTreasurerl: Sports Club 3, 4: Affiliation Club 1, 2: Bicycle Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Independent Study Committee 3, 4: Math Tutor 1, 2: French Tutor 2, 3, 4: Library Aide 3, 4. MARK SOISSON: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Cros Country 2, 3: Soccer 1, J.V. Lacrosse 1: Varsity "A" Club 3: Leo Club 1. MITCHELL SOLOMON: Student Council 3: Class Council 1: House Council 2: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Sports Club 1, 2 IPresidentl, 3, 4: T.F.R. 3, 4: Presidential Classroom for Young Americans 4: Bicycle Club 2, 3: Interact Club 4: Key Club 4: World Affairs Club 2: Math Tutor 1, 2. MARIANNE SOMMERFIELD: Affiliation Club 4: Latin Club 4: World Affairs Club 4. ANNE SONNEBORN: Hockey 1: Spirit of '721:AffiIiation Club 3, 4: Modern Dance Club 2: Equestrian Club 2: Drama Club 1: French Club 3: World Affairs Club 2. JEFFREY SONNENFELD: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Council 3, 4 lPresidentl: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: Wrestling 1: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 lVice-Presidentl: Abingtonian 4 lEditor-in- Chiefl: Ghost Post 2 IEditor-in-Chiefl: Sprite 2 lEditorl: Junior Historians 4 lVice-Presidentl: Political Science Club 2: International Literature Club 3: Abington School District Human Relations Coun- cil 3, 4: Alternative School Advisory Council 3. BENJAMIN SORKIN: Intramural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2: World Affairs Club 3, 4: Electronic Music Club 1, 2: Ecology Club 3: Photography Club 1: Recording Club 3: Dial Access 2, 3: Mock Election Committee 1. MARA SOSTMAN: Student Council 1, 4: Hockey 1: Spirit of '72 1: Interact Club 4. MARILYN SPEAR: Class Council 1, 2: J.V. Basketball 1: J.V. Hockey 1: F.B.L.A. 2 lSecretaryl: Folk Club 3. HILDA SPINNRAKER: House Council 2: J.V. Basketball 1: Junior Prom 3: Art Club 2 IPresidentl: Bible Club 3, 4. JOSEPH STACHOWIAK: Baseball 2: Intramural Basketball 4. JOHN STANISLAW: F.B.L.A. 4: New Life 4. VALERIE STATUTE: F.B.L.A. 4: "lVladwoman of Chaillot" 4: Art Club 2. SUZANNE STEIN: Cheerleading 1 lCaptainl: Equestrian Club 1, 2: Spanish Film Club 3: Spanish Club 4 ISecretaryl: Junior Orienta- tion 4. RICHARD STEIN: Spring Track 2, 3, 4: Intramural Bowling 1: Interact Club 2, 3, 4. GARY STEINBE RG: Band 1: Student Information Committee 2: Ele- mentary Student Tutoring Project 2: Spectre 4. SUSAN STEMPEN: Class Council 3, 4: Hockey 1:ChoraIe 1, 2: Affilia- tion Club 3: Bicycle Club 1, 2, 3: Swim Aide 4. MARY STEVENS: ORACLE 4: Student Council 4 IAIternatel Indepen- dent Study Committee 1, 2, 3: Humanities Planning Committee 2: CSP 4: Bridge Club 4: Ski Club 4: French Club 4: Guitar Club 1. JOSE STE VENSON: Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Abingtonian 3, 4. ROBERT STODDARD: Student Council 1, 2 lPresidentl, 3, 4 lPresi- .dentl: Track and Field 1, 2, 3: Football 1: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3 lVice-Presidentl, 4: Dance Band 2, 4: Concert Choir 4: Science Fiction Club 2. JEFFREY STRAUSS: Abingtonian 45 Astronomy Club 1. BABETTE STROUSSE: ORACLE 45 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lVice- Presidentl5 Ski Club 45 French Club 45 School Store 1, 25 Modern Dance 15 News Bureau 4. BARBARA SUCKLE: Class Council 15 Affiliation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 School Store 1, 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance Club 1, 25 Guides and Ushers 1, 25 French Club 45 CSP 45 Dial Access Club 25 Equestrian Club 25 News Bureau 4. ANDREA SUHADOLNIK: Affiliation Club 3. BARBARA SUITER: V.I.C.A. 1, 25 F.B.L.A. 25 Chorus 1. ROBIN SULKES: Student Council 4 lAlternatel5 Class Council 3, 4 lAlternatel5 Foster Brother-Sister Program 35 Tutoring 35 Drama Club 1. GARY SUTCLIFFE: Student Council 1, 25 Class Council 1, 25 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 District Choir 2, 35 Regional Choir 2, 35 All State Choir 35 All Eastern Choir 35 Drexel Music Awards Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-County Concerts Association 2, 35 "Guys and DoIls" 25 "Gypsy" 3. PAUL SUTRYNOWICZ: Cross Country 4. CELESTE SVENSON: Spanish Club 4. SHEILA SWEENEY: French Club 3. SUSAN SWEET: Honor Society 3, 45 Lacrose 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15 Foster Brother-Sister Program 3, 45 French Club 3,42 Bicycle Club 4. LENETTE SWENSON: ORACLE 35 Hockey 15 Basketball 15 Art Club 25 Abingtonian 3, 45 Sprite 1, 25 Spectre 3 lEditorI, 4 lEditor-in- Chiefl5 Foster Brother-Sister Program 3, 45 Yoga Club 35 Junior Historians 4. ROBERT SWINAND: Soccer 4. ROBERT SYKES: Baseball 15 Wrestling 25 Sports Club 1, 25 Abing- tonian 3, 4. JENNlFER THEUNS: Student Council 1. KIM TIEGER: Ski Club 2, 3, 4 lSecl5 Bicycle Club 2 lTreasurerl, 45 French Club 2, 45 TFR 3, 45 Affiliation Club 25 Art Club 2. FRANK TINO: Student Council 15 Lacrosse 3, 4. LOUIS TIZIANA: Geology Club 1, 2, 35 Sports Club 2, 3, 45 Math Tutor 2. JUDITH ANN TODD: Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Bicycle Club 25 Hockey 1. NANCY TOMPKINS: Student Council 35 VICA 3. RICK TOMPKINS: Class Council 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 25 Chess Club 25 Abingtonian 45 ARTW 35 Varsity A 45 Latin Club 3, 4. SUZAN TOPOR: Student Council 25 Rifle Drill Team 25 Ski Club 25 Ghost Post 25 Marching Band 3, 4. JAMES TORNETTA: ARTW 3, 45 Theatre Troup 4. ELIZABETH TOWNSEND: Senior Prom Committee 3, 45 Sprite Busi- ness Editor 25 Drill Flags 35 Intramural Bowling 3, 4. BARRY TRATENBERG: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. WILMA TRICE: Student Council 1, 2, 35 Class Council 2, 45 Spirit of '72 1, 25 Guide and Usherettes 1, 2 lCo-Captainl5 FNA 45 Affiliation Club 1, 25 Hockey 15 Lacrosse 25 Prom Committee 3. RICHARD TRIFILETTI: Student Council 2, 45 Baseball 15 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee 3. JAMIE TRUDEL: Basketball 1, 2. SUSAN TRUDEL: Clam Council IAIternatel 35 TFR 25 New Life Club 3, 45 Bible Club 1, lVice Presidentl 2. CAROL TUHACEK: Gymnastic Club 15 New Life 3, 4. DENISE TUTOLOZ Basketball 1, 2. PATSY TWYMAN: Black Studies Club 1, 25 Human Relations Club 1, 25 ESP Club 15 Hockey 15 Basketball 1, 2, 4. MARGARET TYFIELL: Swimming 1, 2. NANCY ULLMAN: Student Council 2, 3, 45 Class Council 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15Affiliation Club 15Spanish Tutor 1, 2. ROBERT VASSIAN: Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Chorale 1, 25 Lunch Monitor 4. JOSEPH VEASEY: Class Council 2. SUSAN VERONA: House Council 15Sports Club 45 Guides and Ushers 3. RUDY VIGILANTE: Student Council 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2. THOMAS VINSH: Student Council 45 Class Council 15 Football 1, 35 Wrestling 1, 25 Leo Club 3. DEBORAH VINCENT: Band Front 3, 45 Spirit of '72 15 Chorus 1, 25 Lunch Monitor 4. LIZA VON ROSENSTIEL: ORACLE 45 Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 15 Swimming 2, 35 Spirit of '72 1, 2 lPresidentl5 GIAC 2, 3, 45 Affiliation Club 35 Spectre 3, 45 Guides and Ushers 1, 2. ELIZABETH VOSS: Class Council 3, 45 Marching Band Drill Flags 3, 4 ICaptainl5 Hockey 15 Spirit of '721, 25Sports Club 45 Chorale 1, 25 Concert Choir 3, 4 lpresidentl5 Ski Club 3, 45 A.R.T.W. 45 Ecology Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Guides and Ushers 2. STEVEN VAN SCOTT: Track 2, 45 Ski Club 4 lTreasurerl. PAUL WAGNER: Soccer 1, Photo Club 3. LINDA WALTON: Class Council 1, Archery Club 1. LORRETTA WARD: Archery 1, Bowling 3. VICKI LYNN WATERNIANI ORACLE 3 lCo-Asst, Editorl, 4 ICo- Editor-in-Chiefl, Student Council 2, 3: Committee of Student Rights and Responsibilities 2: Independent Study Committee 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Italian Club 3, 4: Guitar Club, President 1, 2: Folk Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 4: Drama Club 3: "Gypsy": Equestrian Club 3: Bridge Club 4. BEVERLY WATSON: Student Council 4: Sports Club 3 ICorres. Sec.l, 4: French Club 3, 4: Teens for the Retarded 3 ISec.l, 4 IVice-Pres.l: Future Teachers of America 4. THOMAS WATTS: Intramural Bowling. CHARLES WEBER: Class Council 1, 2, 3: Lacrosse 2, 3,4: Ski Club 2, 4: Soccer 2. JOANNE WEBER: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Band Front, Colorguard 2, 3. DAVID WEIMAN: Student Council 3, 4 IParIiamentarianl: Class Council 3: Abingtonian-Editorial Staff 4: Involvement Day Com- mittee 3, 4 lChairmanl: Ecology Action 3, 4: Drama Club 3, 4: Bridge Club 4: Mathematics Tutor 4: Honor Society 3, 4. ELLEN WEINSTOCK: Ski Club 4: Teens for the Retarded 4: Math Tutor 4: Gymnastics Club 2: Office Aide 1, 2: Teacher's Aide 2: FHA 1. ROBE RT WEIR: ORACLE 4: Abingtonian Staff 3, 4. KENNETH WEISEL: Band 1, 2. IRWIN WEISS: ORACLE 3: National Honor Society 3,4:J.V. Basket- ball 2: lntramural Basketball 3, 4: Interact Club 3, 4 IPres.l: Sports Club 3, 4. JEFFREY WEISS: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: J.V. Basketball 1, 2: Bowling Club 1, 2: Ski Club 4: Interact Club 4: Rifle Team 4. JOHN WERNTZ: Student Council 4: Class Council 1: National Honor Society 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: J.V. Baseball 1: Bass Accompanist 2, 3, 4: Honors English Class Play 2: Yoga Club 3: Folk Music Club 3, 4: Ecology Club 4: Spanish Tutor 2: Jr. Honor Society 1, 2. WILLIAM WESLEY: Football 1. BARBARA WESLEY: ORACLE 4: Basketball 1, 2. ROBERT WEST: Abingtonian 3, 4 lEditor-in-Chiefl: Junior Historians 4. SCO'l'I' WEYMOUTH: Football 1, 2: Rifle Team 2, 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Leo Club 4: Sports Club 4: Wrestling 1. ELIZABETH WHITBY: Hockey 1: Interact 2: F.B.L.A. 2: Art Club 2: Volleyball 2. MARIE WHITCAVAGEZ F.N.A. 3, 4: Affiliation Club 3: Latin Club 2. ROBERT WHITE: Student Council 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Photography Club 1, 2: Movie Club 2. 310 JO ANNE WHITE: Hockey 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4: Chorale 1, 2: Concert Choir 3, 4: P.F.T.A. 3, 4: "Gypsy" 3: Montreal Exchange 1: Math Tutor 1. NANCY WHITFIELD: Hockey 1: Band 1, 2: Marching Band 3: Concert Band 3: Orchestra 1. MARY WHYTE: Chorus 1, 2. FRANK WIEDMANN: Soccer 1: Bicycle Club 4: Spectre 4: Spanish Club 4. LINDA WIEDE MAN: Affiliation Club 3. C. RICHARD WILLIAMS: Student Council 4: Class Council 4: Honor Society 1, 2: National Merit Scholar 4: Sports Club 3: News Bureau 4 lAssociate Editor-in-Chiefl: Abingtonian 4: Photography Club 1, 2: Chess Club 1, 2. ERIC WILLIAMS: Black American Studies Club 1. MERRILY WILLIAMS: Class Council 4: Affiliation Club 3, 4. VICKY WILLIAMS: Class Council 2: Black American Studies Club 1: Debate Club 2. BRUCE WILLIS: Cros Country 1, 2: Track and Field 1: Black Ameri- can Studies Club 1. PAUL WILSON: Track 3, 4: Crow Country 3, 4: Winter Track 3, 4: Soccer 1: Baseball 2: Abingtonian 3, 4: Spectre 4. SUSAN WILSON: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Hockey 1:Spirit of '72 1, 2: Junior Prom 2. RICHARD WIMMERZ Soccer 2: F.B.L.A. 4. PAUL WINTERS: Student Council 2: Class Council 1, 2, 3: House Council 1, 2 IPresidentl: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Basket- ball 1, 2: Varsity "A" Club 4 lPresidentl: Railroad Club 1, 2, 3,4: Leo Club 4: Dial Access Club 1, 2. NICHOLAS WOLOS: Bowling 1: Bicycle Club 3: Chess Club 4. KATHERINE WOLTEMATE: Student Council 1: Class Council 2: House Council 2: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom 4. GEORGE WOOD: Chess Club 2, 3: Bible Club 3: Ecology Club 4. HARVEY WOOD: Student Council 1:Sor:cer 2: Wrestling 1: F.B.L.A. 1: A.R.T.W. 3: Chess Club 3, 4: Railroad Club 3: Bicycle Club 1: Sports Club 2. MICHAEL WOMACK: Track 3: Basketball 4. PETER WRIGHT: Track 1:Soccer 3. REX WRIGHT: Lacrosse 2, 3, 4: Lunch Monitor 3, 4. Class Film Festival Series Class Workday Scholarships Prom Class Play Class Directories Service Activities Fund Raising Activities 064 4-S- ACHIEVEMENTS 1971-1972 Sr- . . . Sr. Sr. Sr. . . . use . . 980k 56 V fff 9 J J X ffffff Class Officers Jeff Sonnenfeld ............. President Craig Leypoldt . . . .... Vice-President Adam Aron . . . . . Treasurer Nancy Ullman .... . . . Secretary G. Donnon McGinley ........ Class Sponsor And before you leave the market place, see that no one has gone his way with empty hands. . . The Class of WISHES EVERYONE SUCCESS H 5 ang . 4. 0 Toys For Tots ' D .Sh k tAb' Class Officers ' oc 2' "'g"m Nathan Rothschild . . . ..... President Bob Nugent .... . . . Vice-President David Rothschild . . . . . . Treasurer Cathy Hanna . . . . . Secretary THE 1971-197 SOUTH CAMPUS STUDENT COUNCIL WISH S CONTINUED PROSPERITY TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-TWO NIO Se lllr R 6? X W f ' Q I-J . - size-Yi? 0 Wffgw o 40 1' "Dreams to Build A Lifetime on" Officers for 1971-1972 President .... .... R obert Stoddard Recording Secretary . . . . . . Amy Sacks Vice-President ....... George Van Hook Corresponding Secretary .... Sheryl Heggs Treasurer ...... ..... M ichael Needle Parliamentarian ........ David Weiman Sergeant-at-Arms ....... Randy Dethloff ' if a COLLEG E E CA R E E R m CONGRATULATIONS 3 e, e ur N X11 gaghsogs are E . ER ' from friends Bm 5 In R00m 242 V2 I ' E I O cs C TEEN 'II' 'IUEIUU y 425 UORK ROAD JEHHIIITOIHD MAI N LIN E FORMAL WEAR, INC. A New Concept Featuring the Prince Edward Formal Wear RENTAL 81 SALES 39 DIFFERENT STYLE TUXEDOS 17 DIFFERENT COLORED SHIRTS FLARED TROUSERS SHOES OR BOOTS FOR RENT Special Discounts for Proms at 3 Convenient Locations 479 OLD YORK RD. STORE HOURS M 10 9 217 City Line Ave. Jenkintown, Pa. Gateway T 10 5 30 Merion, Pa. 884-9553 Shopping Center W d 109 M04-9301 Wayne, Pa. F 133 30 MU8-3624 S 10 5 gx C V LU THE ma- ? LANTERN BRIGHTEN 3 YOMR SHOPPING .lh C R X: DAWL? GIPTSR Congratulations ti LANTERN XQQQDSI Ewgakilifj Q, K S Hosvmllvv. . . -f-X 1 ,NSN To The Class of ig A L lull ' t H ll ll 72 2 X? From A Friend , R 1' X J, QL ' L yoeasf REALLY nz '11-Q vzxizlsz Youre one Dom L C RS I THE COPPER I-ANTERW,147'1 xeswmk Avews. PRGNE-3 fu 7..q5lo G!-ENSIDE PQ. H038 ROBINHOOD AND Hls C0l1Ql'3'lZUl31IiOl1S MERRY MEN to WERE HERE the AND ME Too! Class of ll72ll THUNDERBIRD LANES Compliments of: HERFF JONES wwf? X V A ,KZ President . . . . Janet Lockett President . . . . . Paul Winters Vice-President . . . . . Kathi Hanna Vice-President . . . . Scott Latimer Treasurer . . . . . .Linda Ducsik Treasurer . . . . . Scott Latimer Secretary . . . . . .Jeanne Blauner Secretary . . . . . . Ray Gump MEMBERS MEMBERS Jane Olsen Daphine Keiser Barb Hughes Ellie Betz Laurie MacMinn Marsha Muntzer Katie Dougherty Debbie Muhl Vicki Muhl Nancy Otis Cindy Lifson Joanne Golden Cynthia Watts Janet Bauer Roberta Koerner Sherry Leedom Sally McGhettigan Arlene Chambers Karen DeWald Kathy Phillips Linda Green Karen Kieffer Debbie Greene Linda Morgan Lynn Mankus Karyn Hamer Ellen Armstrong Brenda Miller Bill McMaster George Meyers Tom Shaw Jim Adams Rick Tompkins Jim Bickley Dennis Mockaitis Dave Nagel Doug Pickert Rich Gump Tom Stoddard Alan Berkowitz Brian F luck Bill Porter Greg Nelson Bill Ferrar Jim Schulson Robin Hartford FOR THE FINAL TOUCH IN FEMININE FOOTWEAR ARNOLD'S SHOE AFFILIATION CLUB 1971-1972 PRESIDENT ..... . . BOBBI BERGER VICE-PRESIDENT ...,.. BABS STROUSSE TREASURER ....... CAROL BERTOLET SA N 1 SECRETARY ........ SUE MCGETTIGAN rr- X SPONSOR ....... MISS ALBERTA LANG f Q , ,l 1 A AFFILIATION EXCHANGE STUDENT T0 J ' GERMANY: coREY COLE ffkx " '- Exchange Students At Abington ' -' 2' 'J X El'f"'3 Silvia Rostock: Berlin ' I ' Marianna Sommerfeld: Berlin P M , 1 if fl, Diana Guissani: Argentina fic' Q Viricke Germershausen: Berlin ' if' V, Angela Muler: Berlin 'll V Daily Marie Luise Neuman-Klein Paul: Berlin 603 West Ave. 9:30-5:30 Bengt Rydberg: Sweden Jenkintown, Pa. Wed. and Fri. Yumi Y3mam0t03 Japan TU5-1910 Tin 9:00 Mireya Chapal MeXiC0 ' I . I Entin, Papa, La liberation des femmes! A. P. FRENCH V CONGRATULATIONS AND Best Wishes to the 1972 Graduates NIERIN STUDIOS OF PHOTOGRAPHY Official Photographs for the 1972 ORACLE LL ORTRAITS APPEARING IN TH S U N LACED ON FILE S DUP Write Or Phone For More information O DELPHIA AIRPORT AND PHILADELPHIA, Compliments of Standard Pressed Steel Co. An International Metal Working Company with Cor porate Offices in Jenkintown PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK 990 Old York Road Abington, Pa., 19001 In the Keswick Section KOHUT PHARMACY Prescriptions Cosmetics School Supplies "Across the street from Penny's Flowersn CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "72" LADIES APPARAL Mayfair Warminster Feasterville PENNSYLVANIA FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS: Pres. - Donna Randolph Secretary - Sue Goodman Treasurer - Sue Goodman Historian - Lisa LaConte SPONSORS: Mrs. Georgia Clements Mr. SALUTES :?iQL 'THE af FUTURE I 5 im , yff " fi.. . yoj V, 1:1 ,lfkitu VXQ'-.Sf-' Y'rj1 Ayr PC K, ,j stjyf ,v 0 f my ' L A554-4, .. HX: v ' 'r gg53! 'A fx ' 0:94 I, 49 ' K Xv' S' Q I 'fwAI' i O Q P V I J 1 Q41 'N We nf! gif QL, gk L JK 'PNA-4 ij!-'N fir Y -", Y 2 if , , f L . HQ. 2-rf LEO CLUB President: DEVELOP Joe Patronetz LEADERSHIP Vice President: GAIN Bob Miller EXPERIENCE Sec'eta'Vf Chuck D'Ardenne HAVE Treasurer: OPPORTU N ITY Dave Bellet Sergeant-at-Arms: Lions Sponsor: Mr. William Ernst Teacher Sponsor: Mr. Howard Boyer ABINGTON'S LEO CLUB WISHES THE CLASS OF '72 MUCH SUCCESS THROUGHOUT THE FUTURE Paul Winters A x l m ' "' L 1 C' 9 ,x.,,. Nxkxxikaliliwmg A ff fs . ..Kxx, ' ' L s X - mga me W TC CTA Corolla IZOO STANDARD FEATURES: 1. Front disc brakes 21. 2. 4-speed all synchromesh transmission 22. 3. Thick, wall-toawall nylon carpeting 23. 4. Fully reclining, adjustable 24. bucket seats 25. 5. Vinyl interior 26. 6. Trip odometer 27. 7. Cigarette lighter 28. 8. Glove box 29. 9. Package tray 30. 10. Flo-thru ventilation 31. 11. Tinted windows 32. 12. Whitewall tires 33. 13. Deluxe wheel covers 34. 14. Bumper guards 35. 15. Chrome trim 36. 16. Lined trunk 37. 17. Recessed, covered spare tire 38. 18. Tool kit 19. Can of touch-up paint 39. 20. Swing-out side rear windows Curved side windows Unit body construction Five main-bearing crankshaft Anti-freeze 3-point safety belts in front Seat belt retractors Armrests, front and rear Front and rear ashtrays Inside hood release Fresh air heater and ventilator Passenger assist grip Coat hooks 3-position dome light Reversible keys Steering column lock Windshield washer Dual horns See-thru master brake cylinder reservoir Padded dash Glenside Motors 527 N. EASTUN RB., GLENSIIJE - 8855700 WA 7-1857 SEAFOOD 'X-' SHANTY -m,g "'f9i53h. "' . :N I-fpfiI9':I4.' Fresh and Cooked 5 Seafood of .1 r All Kinds ' ' FW!-, Oyster and Clam Bar l DINE IN OR TAKE OUT Congratulations to the Class of "72" 609 WEST AVENUE 1 JENKINTOWN, PA. 19046 TU 4-3554 'nf.'m.'Il,lf?5f .5,Jl'L'It 1' Q Q. se 4:::::qqiQ5 HAnmsoN's LANGHORN GLENSIDE NORTHEAST Rt US Sfil Easton Road Roosevelt C ' ' 943-9310 885-1404 Blvd PITOHCI TU4-5471 ttMarguetands at Cottman Ave. ffgiftsv Candies., DE2'1 444 lll S. Easton Road 20 E. Glenside Ave Gle11Side,Pa. 19038 Glenside, Pa. 19038 4. in ., 'sifitf .Me Roast Beef A -.: - 5 I G' Ogkvtjgfwfei 'ff Sandwlches 1 sY" ' Va I 131 UV' Con ratu lations C Broiled F Z Q lfzlb. Hamburger rorn . ,A 1 if '-M ' Lgaxongj , Frled The 2' Q Chicken Class FRANKIE 81 JOHNNIES HAIR DESIGNERS "Haircuts for the Whole Gang" 630 Welsh Rd. 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Glenside, Pa. st If INDEX Pages Abingtonian .. 154-155 Advertisements . . , , 311 Affiliation Club ................ 124-127 Abington Fiadio and Television Workshop 156-157 Alternative School .............. 292-293 Band ......... 117-119 Basketball Boys . . . . 94-96 Girls .... . . .97 Intramurals .. 106-107 Bicycle Club . . . . 134 Bowling Team . . . . 108 Bridge Club . . . . . 135 Camera Club .....,. 156-157 "Catch Nle If You Can" . . 150-151 Cheerleaders ....... . 80-81 Chess Club . . . . 134 Choir .......... 122-123 Creative Writing Club . . . . 159 Cross Country Team . . . . 90-91 Debate Club .... . . 159 Ecology Club ............ . . 136 Folk Dancing and Guitar Club . . . . . 160 Football Queen and Court . . .... 82 Football Team ........ . . . 83-85 French Club ............. . . . 128 Future Business Leaders of America . . 144 Future Nurses of America ..... . . 145 Girlslnterscholastic Athletic Club . . . . 132 Gymnastics Team ...,...... . . 104 Hall Monitors ...,.. . . 143 Hockey Team: Girls . . . . . 92-93 Honor Society ...... . . 116 Human Relations Club . . .... 139 In Nlemorium ...... . . .294-295 Interact Club . . ---- 131 Italian Club ................ - - 128 Jenkintown Day Nursery Vo'unteers . . - - 142 Jewish Studies Club . . . ..... - - 133 326 Junior Class Council . . . Key Club ...... Latin Club ........ Leo Club .......... "Nladwoman of ChailIot" . . Merit Scholars ...... Newlife ..... News Bureau . . . "On a Clear Day" . ORACLE .... Orchestra . . . Ping Pong .................. Pennsylvania Future Teachers of America Railroad Club ..,.............. Rifle Team . . School Store ,.... . Senior Class Council . . . Ski Club ......... Soccer Team ........ Sophomore Class Council . . Spanish Club ........ Spectre .... Sports Club .... Student Council . . Swimming Boys . . . Girls ......... Tech. School ....... Teens for the Retarded . . Theatre Honorary . . . Unicef Club ........ Usherettes and Guides . . . Varsity "A"Club . . . Winter Track .... World Affairs Club . . . Wrestling Team . . 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