Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1969
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Taylor Allderdice High School
Table of Contents
The day holds a series of images
Drawn from Allderdice's huge domain,
And flashed past the eyes.
Out of the thousands of images,
The memory only captures a few
And keeps them for future reference.
It is the difference of each persolfs
Collection of images
That makes each person different and distinct
So different from every one else that he can't
he called an
Or a Dragon,
Or any other all-encompassing term.
He is only and totally
The Allderdice Individual.
Alone, enveloped in a frozen moment:
A second in a minute in an hour
in a day in the life.
Why is this moment so remembered?
Tasting a favorite food,
Basking in a favorite mood,
Suddenly reaching a long-sought conclusion
Revelling in a breathtaking sensation
Of sight or sound or sibilant breezes.
A sensation that the pleased mind
lt,s yours forever.
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Form your ideas into any shape you want.
Do you want a dagger that will pierce
the minds of those who canlt see
01' a brass shield to protect your ideas
from someone else's dagger?
Or a soft hand that will welcome others
to share your thoughts?
If you aren't yet ready. for any shape at all,
Take your time deliberating and pondering.
Thet thoughts you form in Allderdice will be
Continually encountering your peers.
In a river you swim
From place to place
Meeting, in every whirlpool
People new and old friends
People safely lodged on rafts from which
they will never move
And people who like to be free agents
Who won't hang from the rafters
Of a watery attic
And who swim and breathe in currents
Of every color, every belief
Every frequency and texture
Learning how to exist to the fullest.
Allderdice is America in miniature.
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In such changing ways
Position the figures.
Standing indecisively, young
Are you taking the right stand?
One face glimpsed from a cluster of many
Puzzling or playful or thoughtful
But always reflecting
The shadowy, unclear projection
Of the next moment.
The Allderdice Individual
Wants not only to study but also to create from
what he,s learnedg
Not only to be absorbed in self, but absorbed
Not only to see images, but also to select
and make them.
To create a hole
in the liquid of the crowd
To stretch an expanse until only you
can see its limitations
Is to be the individualwho lives . . .
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"All right," shouts Mr. Sommerfeld.
"Who's the haddest guy here?" N
Come on down to the Stoned Soul Picnic . . . Cary Goldberg, leader of the pack.
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All that exercise requires nourishment at Snow Day.
Jeff Gerson gives up and heads south for surfing.
"Now you know why Killy won't come near me," shouts Richard Lipscher.
Gary Finkel and Carol Evans add the international scene
to Snow Day.
'::XIl right, Bobby," shouts Olivia Loeb, "I told you no
to drop my penny in the snow."
. . . Susie, Debbie, and Wayner make three.
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Smitty is unaffected by Rosemary's excitement mer that fascinating new Miss Jones- Mr. Biggley-S very inlprcssiw St,l.n.mn,. Smks up L, link,
worldwide wicket worker, Finch.
flattery from Finch.
Bud Frump the hos sambrtrous nephew explodes at Fmchspromotion. Mr. Brat! of Personnel takes a good look at
Hedy LaRue's assets.
f. Pierrepont Finch .... ..........
Rosemary Pilkington ....
1. B. Biggley .......,.
Bud F rump . . .
Hedy LaRue ....
Miss Jones ..
Twimble . . .
Miss Krumholtz ..
.Policeman . . .
Book Voice . . .
Taclfaberry . . .
Johnson . .
. Richard Ruben
.. Stewart Baskin
. Rachael Dinkin
. . . Lynn Pudles
... . . Jeff Gusky
. Steve Friedman
. . . George Lichter
. . . . . Linda Lee
.. Louis Cordon
. . . cindy Wilder
.. Craig Hardman
.. Hank Strauss
. Michael Simon
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Calm-h is hard at work, developing new Plans and Systems.
Bud sounds off as usual.
Prozlnclinn Designed and Directed by .... Ron Nash
Assislant to Direclor
Musical Director ..
Aclivilies Director . .
Stage Managers . . .
.Singing Assistant ..
Special ,-11-:work ....
Technical Director . . .
Stage Technicians ..
Mr. Henry DiPasquale
. ...... Mr. Michael Pulice
. . Robert Brourman
. . . Nancy Josephson
.. .. Cary Finkel
. . . Frank Harris
. . . llill Chornyak
.. . Stuart Marks
. . Richard Lipsher
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Senior Honor Assembly - June 9, 1969
NATIONAL MERIT LETTER OF
Gretchen Meyerj ack
Senior Class Officers Lou Gordon, Jim Jordan, Dave Pozek, Linda Lee, and Bill Amdur.
The seniors rise to sing the Alma Mater.
Student Council Officers Dave Meyers Da
Council President Rich Kline passes the gavel
to next year's president, Dave Meyers.
Don't reach until I call your name," repeats 'Roi
ve Schneider Tom Lampl, and Rich Kline.
NATIONAL MERIT FIN ALISTS
SENIOR LETTER WINNERS
J on Caplan
Thomas W. Davis
Linda M. Lewis
James A. Matthews
Commencement June 11 1969
On June eleventh at the Civic
Arena, Taylor Allderdice High School
held its graduation ceremonies. Speech-
es by the valedictorians, caps and
gowns, proud parents, and awarding
of diplomas highlighted the evening.
No one really knows what challenges
lie ahead, but a high school educa-
tion will help them accomplish what-
ever they desire.
'It was the worst of limes, lt was the best of times," was the theme of Valedictorians Jeff Lewin, Bob Michaels, Ron Backer, and Neil Busis
Barham W 1-svlilvr
Paul Sal--1, Jr.
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Senior Class Officers - '69
B1lly Amdur, Treasurer
Lou Gordon, President
Jimmy Jordan, Vice President
Linda Lee, Secretary David Pozek, Vice President
Our Senior Class Advisors, Mr. Sommerfeld and Mr. McNutt.
PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Bottom Row: Joyce Shapiro, Elaine Melnick, Judy Baker CChairmanl, Leslie
Ripp, Second Row: Harriet Neiman, Howard Harris, Helen Fields, Ruth Thompson, Roberta Landay.
SENIOR HATCHET COMMIT-
TEE: Bottom Row: R, Herman,
A. Karelitz, D. Caplan, K. Kramer,
co-chairman, Vinelta Balough, S.
Knox, S. Markowitz. Second Row:
Elaine Melnick, Linda Kanarek,
Joy Moravitz, Gail Stein, Sharon
Nathanson, Debby Fine, Nancy
Lloyd, Sally Weinstein. Third
Row: James Mastronie, Don Hor-
gan fco-chairmanl, Scot! Hanks,
Richard Migliorali, Barry Cross.
Senior Class Committees
PROM COMMITTEE: Bailom Rozr: J. Rosenfeld, S. Knox. M. Finks. D. Rosenfeld, M. Sufyun, P. Muizlislx, C. Cohen. D. Donofrio, D. Kuscuta, J. Baskin,
B. Pesyna. Serand Row: D. Brooks, M. Marcus, V. Coles, J. Dorsey, M. Lasscr, B. O'Ncil, E. Vozza, M. Vatz, E. Reiser, B. Wcschlcr. Third Row: G. Taylor,
M. S1'lll1ff0l, D. Slavkin, A. Novick. D. Osburn, J. Beacham, J. Johnston, B. Bugosh, J. Patton, S. Frampton, K. Karst, J. Calloway, N. Josephson. R.
Dinkin, N. Crczmuk. Fourlh Row: L. Lee. L. Lewis. D. Salno, J. Carter, J. Broad, P. Minter. W. Ellmun. P, Rin, D. Pozck. D. Freedman. B. Wedner,
H. Prive, D. Ord.
Bottom Row: D. Mullc-niz, P. Tllonms. D. Cook. R. Mason, D, WL-i11er, A. Finkelstein, N. Sivilz. A. Kramer, L. Fr-rlJcr. Second Row: P. Morgan, V. Bulogli, G.
Stein, L. Le-Vunt, A. Sherman. N. Cliinclior. C. Lazarus, R, Frisllnmn, K. Samuels, L. Tunny, D. Gibbon, S. Lcvinc. Third Raw: A. Elovilz, K. Sliman, R.
Minyo, N. Ruitenberg, S. Nathanson. H. Fields. S. Wald, M. Kramer, A. Radinovik, B. Snyder, S. Frcidlander, V. Tidlino, R. Morris. Fourth Row: R.
Schwartz. R. Silvers. W. Carter. M. Johan. J. Kessler, L. Supovitz, E, Markowitz, S. Rosy-nlr-ld, J. Caplan. P. Massow, J. Brcnnemun, D. Meyers, J. Lebovilz.
SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Bol-
tom Row: B. Pesyna, N.
Lloyd. D. Osllurn, C. Cohen,
G. Frankel. Second Row: B.
Bugosll, D. Saho, K. Kramer,
.L Dosscy, V. Coles, R. Le-
bunili, N. Crezmuk. Third
Row: K. Karsl, E. Murphy,
P. Hoddo, M. Finks, M. Jo-
han, L. Lewis, L. Lee, S.
Frampton, J. Levine, Fourth
Row: D. Halliday, H. Harris,
S. Rosenfeld, .l. Kessler, R.
Schwartz, N. Weiner, M. Rem-
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CATHRYN ABRAMS SHELLY ABRAMS JOSEPH ACKERMAN BERNARD ADAMS
LEE ALEXANDER CLAIRE AMBROSE MICHELINA AMBROSIO WILLIAM AMDUR
'iWhz1l do you mean it wouIdn't look right if the president of the senior rlass bounced bubbles," says Lou Cordon. HOWARD AVERBACH
BARBARA ADLER JOHN ALBRECHT
LORRAINE ANDREKO MAXINE ANDREWS PHUY-"
MICHAEL ANOLIK SALLY APTER JAMES ARMSTRONG IRWIN ARONSON
DONALD HACKER RONALD BACKER JOYCE BAUER SUSAN BAILS
JUDITH BAKER MARJORIE BAKER
MARY SUE BARAN ALAN BARASH
"If I goof my two-note purl, I'll kill myself," thinks Steve Friedman. SHARON BASIC JANICE BASKIN
Konami' mum ROBERT is.-xUsCH .lANE'1' HE.'XLIH,-U1 mvm REAL
Steve Sturm crnms for his Electric Shop Boards.
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RAYMOND BATKO ANTHONY BAUER SHEILA BAUM
VICTORIA BEITZEL GEORGE BENKO ROSE BENKOWITZ
Bill Chornyak-Spirit of '69 SHELDON BENOWITZ
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DEBORAH BLAIN SALLY BLOCK
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The opposing forces plot their strategies, NANCY BROFF
KATHRYN BIXLER JUDY BLACK
SHARON BORELLI FRANK BOYLE "This is Warren Carter with the Allderdice Daily News."
DAPHNE BRAVERMAN LYNNE BRENNER ROBERT BREWER JOYCE BROADUS
JAMES BROAD DONNA BROOKS ANITA BROTSKY SHERRY BROURMAN
BROURMAN ANNA BROWN
DEBORAH BROWN CYNTHIA BROWNE
KENNETH BUETTNER BARBARA BUGOSH
JON CAPLAN NADA CAPLAN
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DEBRA CAPLAN FRANNY CAPLAN JAY CAPLAN
DONNA CARR JOANNE CARTER WARREN CARTER
PATTI CARTIFF SUNG-IN CHANG ROBIN CHECKLEY LINDA CHICHVAK
ERIC CITRON PATRICK CLANCY STEPHEN CLAWSON MARK CLOSE
HOWARD COHEN HOWARD COHEN JEFFREY COHEN ROBERT COHEN
ROBERT COMITO RICHARD CONN ERS DEBORAH COOK ANN COOI-EY
NANCY ANN CHINCHOR WILLIAM CHORNYAK EUGENE CHOW TONIA CICCIONE
CAROL COHEN CATHY COHEN DENNIS COHEN DONALD COHEN
VELMA COLES JAY COLKER J UDITH COLKER RICHARD COLWELL
ALAN CORN VERNICE CORBIN ---- --- ---- ---, --v---
Dont be such a ham, L0 no
THOMAS DAVIS PATRICIA DEAK DANNY DEAKTOR EUGENE DEKTOR
PATRICIA DIMARZIO RACHEL DINKIN INA DOBKIN IRWIN DOBRUSHIN
DAVID DAMICK DAVID DANOVITZ
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Cool, Cool Poole.
Debbie Shapiro acts out a linking verb.
WALTER ELLMAN ALAN ELOVITZ SUSAN ENGEL
DAVID FAIGEN JAMES FAULK5 MICHAEL FEDORIS TERRY FEILER
Judy Colker types it to you. MICHAEL ESMAN
GEORGE EASON SETH EATON RUTH EHRMAN
TERRI FEINBERG ODED FEINC-OLD Walker Kennedy puts Black Power to work
MARC FELDVIAN ROBIN FELDMAN SHERNIA FELDMAIN LYNN FERBER
All es eb Foreword SUSAN FRAMPTON
WAYNE FERRAINOLO CHARLES FIELDS HELEN FIELDS DEBORAH FINE
BERNARD FISCHER HOWARD FISHBEIN
MICHAEL FLEISHMAN ROBERT FLEISS
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Michael Small Veeerrrrv lnlereslm MARILYN CELLNER EDWARD LENTILE
PAUL FREDA SANDRA FRIEDLANDER DAN FRIEDMAN JANET FRIEDMAN
ROBERT FRITZ STEVE GARDNER PAULA GARRET FRANCES GAVOLIS
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Is Neil Busis above everyone? RHONDA CERBER
ARLENE GIBSON MARTHA CIRDANY Eddie Hamlin totals up the day's debts.
WILLIAM CLASSN ER DARLENE CLICK
LAWRENCE COLDMAN MATTHEW GOLDSMITH
RAYMOND GRKNT ELLEN GREEN AL KN LREENBERG
GARY coELz MERLE com GARY GOLDBERG LAURIE GOLDEN
LOUIS GORDON RICHARD GOODALL KATHY GOODMAN LORRAINE GOTKO
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LAWRENCE GREENBERG RICHARD GREENBERG RONNA GREENBURG SHELDON GREENWALD
KATHLEEN GRIFFIN SANDRA GROBSTEIN ARLENE GRISKEY JEFFREY GUSKY
Richard Migliorato begins another work of commercial art.
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BARRY GROSS MARGERY GROSS Spirit-
LAWRENCE HALL DAVID HALLIDAY EDWARD HAMLIN JAMES HANKS
CRAIG HARDMAN ROSE KAY HARRIS FRANK HARRIS HOWARD HARRIS
JANET HARRIS MARIETTA HARRIS WILLIAM HARPER PATRICIA HARROCKS
MARY ANN HAVER PATRICK HAVER PETER HAYS .TUDITH HELLMAN
I wonder if Oscar was really wilde?
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KENNETH HERSHMAN ALEXIS HESKI JAMES HILLMAN DENNIS HINDMAN
PATTY HODDO ROBERT HONIG DONALD HORGAN JANET HRASZCZYNA
CAROL HUI-M CHRISTINE HURLEY
"Scarface" Sellman takes orders for bathtub gin. MICHAEL JOHAN JUDITH JOHNSTON
JAMES JORDAN NANCY JOSEPHSON BARRY JUDD LINDA KANAREK
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MARY JEAN JOPINKO Seniors-lo-be plan their get-away at the Junior Class Picnic.
SHERRY KANE ANN KARELITZ KATHY KARST MICHELLE KART
SUSAN KATZ PATRICIA KAUFMAN KATHLEEN KEANEY JOHN KENNEDY
RICHARD KENNEDY WALKER KENNEDY KATHLEEN KERN JACK KESSLER
SARA KLEIN RICHARD KLINE
MARCY KRAMER ARMAND KRANICK
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MARK LASSER JOYCE LAWRY
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ADRIENNE LABOVITZ THOMAS LAMPL ROBERTA LANDAY
ROSE ANN LERANIK DONALD LEBEDDA HOWARD LECKENBN
LINDA LEE CHERYL LEGGE JAMES LEBOVITZ
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Barbara "bird" Adler lets her bubbles fly away. GEORGE LIGHTER
MARK LEVENSON TERRY LEVI
,IUDITH LEVINE RUTH LEVINE Peter Hays finds his protractor delicious.
ROBERT LEVY JEFF LEWIN BARBARA LEWIS LINDA LEWIS
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OLIVIA LOEB PATRICIA LOEB ERIC LOERKE DEBORAH LOEVNER
MARGERY LUBET WILLIAM LUCIOUS PATRICK MAHON IIAULA MAIZLISH
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JACK MALVIN JACK MANUEL JOEL NIANDEL
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TERRY MATHOS JAMES MATTHEWS JAMES MATYAS RUTH MAYLE
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ELLIOT MARKOVITZ .SUSAN MARKOWITZ SYDNEY MARKOWITZ
PHIL MAZZOCCO 1AMEb MASTRONIE
RICHARD NIAZER PASQUALE MAZZOCCA
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IRWIN MOSKOWITZ CYNTHIA MUN DRY
NAN NAYHOUSE CARMELLE NICKENS
ANDREA Nov1cK LORIE OBERNAUER JUDY 0'BRIEN
GRACE MOONEY JOY MORAVITZ PATRIPIA MORGAN DAVID MORRIS
GAIL OLITZKY ARTHUR ONAITIS How am I supposed to play lf you dont Ixurrx and take thls picture?
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SHEILA PARZYCK JEANNE PATTON
A moment of silence, Zl magazine, and Harold Randall. JOHN PENDRED ROSS PERILMAN
ANDREW PETRUSKA ANN PETRUSKA GEORGE PHELPS BRIAN PIVAR
DONNA OSBURN SUSAN 0'TOOLE
MICHAEL PEARCE JAY PEARLSTEIN
BARBARA PESYNA RAY PETRONIO
DAVID POBER MICHAEL POLAND
LINDY PAPP ELLEN PARKER
WALLY PEASE SARA PEGHER
While Wayne's away the students will play.
F ELICE POLITO ROBERT POLK MARK POLLOCK RANDEE PONITZMAN
DAVID POZEK DOUGLAS PRICE HELEN PRICE SERETTA PRICE
ANN RADINOVIC DAVID RAIZMAN HAROLD DUNN RANDALL
BARBARA RECHT IRVING REICHENBERG ELAINE REISER Dragon, Bill Wedner, suits up for
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RICHARD PUCIATA LYNN PUDLES DALLAS PUGH ARLENE RABNER
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MARK REMCHECK JOSEPH RIM LESLIE RIPP PHILLIP RITT
JAY ROBINSON ARTHUR ROMEO GEORGE ROSENBERG JUDY ROSENBE
Alas, poor Tom McCarthy, lllere is no escape.
RHONDA ROBERTS ALAN ROBINSON
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ROBERT ROSENBERC MARGIE ROSENBLOOM
DENISE ROSENFELD .IANICE ROSENFELD JEFF ROSENFELD SAMUEL ROSENFELD
SHARYN ROSENFELD TERRY ROSENFELD MARC ROSENSTEIN ROCHELLE ROSENTHAL
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JOEL RUBIN WILLIAM RUDOLPH
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MARTY ROTHMAN RICHARD RUBEN
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SCOTT SCHNEIDER JOEL SCHWARTZ MICHAEL SCHWARTZ RICHARD SCHWARTZ
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PAUL SHAW PATRICIA SHERMAN
NANCY SHUGERMAN RUTH SHUGERMAN
MICHAEL SILVER LINDA SILBERBERG
JOYCE SHAPIRO MURRAY SHAPIRO
SHARON SHOLOCK STEVEN SHORE Excedrin Headache 954460-The Boring School Day.
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RICHARD SILVERS MICHAEL SIMON ROBERT SIMON MONA SIMONS
NANCY SIVITZ DEBORAH SLAVKIN KATHLEEN SLIMAN
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CAIL TRUST TIMUR TURKDOGAN BARRY UDELL ANDREW UZONYI
JOSEPH VENTURA RICHARD VERNA EMMIE VOZZA MILTON WACHSBURG
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS FROM TAHS
Betty Rothbart and Seth Eaton
Each year, Allderdice, in conjunction with the International Fellowship Exchange Program, sends
five students to South America, and in return TA hosts visitors from our neighbors to the south.
This year, Patty Kaufman, Thelma Snyder, Craig Hardman, Cathy Abrams, and Seth Eaton were
,chosen to represent our school in the foreign exchange program.
Patty spent her summer in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, where she relinquished her American culture
lfor the way of life of a Brazilian girl. She traveled all over Brazil and maintained the typical Bra-
zilian life. She went to parties, danced the samba, and even got involved indirectly in a political
revolution, when her "brothers" participated in a strike centering about education and the military.
Thelma Snyder also went to Brazil but lived in Rio de Janeiro at Ipanema Beach. She learned
much about Brazil's culture and history, and toured other cities in Brazil. Upon returning to Rio
after her tour, she insisted that Rio was the most beautiful city she had seen.
Craig Hardman visited Vina del Mar. Chile. He spent much of his time meeting people while
traveling through Santiago, the capital of Chile, and his home town, Vina. He frequented the beach
during his spare time. '
Cathy and Seth went to Lima, Peru, where they studied in a Hebrew Peruvian and a French
Peruvian school respectively. Through the International Fellowship Tour they visited the lost city
of the lncas, Macchu Picchu. They lived with an Indian family in the mountains of Huancayo, an
agricultural center. Both Cathy and Seth learned Spanish well, and continued their studies in
Spanish Il and IV.
All five students, though they lived with wealthy families, learned about all of the social and
economic stratas of the South American countries. And they agree that this was the best summer of
FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS T0 TAHS
fthe S. American studentsj
Often, we are too close to our way of life to be able to see it objectively. The three foreign ex-
change students from South America gave all who knew them a slightly different perspective.
Carol Evans, from Manta, Ecuador, spent the whole school year in Pittsburgh. She knew no Eng-
lish when she came but soon learned to speak fluently. Carol is lively and very adaptable, she
earned to ski although she had never before seen snow, and she quickly got used to the co-ed
nd more informal classes here. She was impressed mostly with the vastness of the United States, the
ore relaxed relationships between girls and boys, and cherry Life Savers.
Eduardo Mendel, known throughout the school for his "Poor baby" quip and his Groucho Marx
impersonation, noticed many differences between life in Santiago, Chile, and life in Pittsburgh. Ed-
uardo enjoyed walking through downtown Pittsburgh, for example, because Santiago, although one
of Chile's largest cities, has only many small shops and no huge department stores and modern
skyscrapers. Another thing that surprised Eduardo about America was the widespread awareness of
oney and its great importance in American society. Classes, he commented, were conducted less
I-ifrictly than in Chile, where students do not take part as much in class discussions.
' Fabian Ochoa, from Manta, Ecuador, belonged to the Boy Scouts both here and in Ecuador. He
went on several camping trips here and got along well without fluent English. Pittsburgh's delicious
ice cream, "happy and understanding" teachers, and superb shop classes impressed Fabian very
qnuch. He was surprised by our high movie prices and parties in which there was less dancing and
, ore conversation.
Roy Hunt, a Pittsburgher, visited Allderdice for two months this year to compare it to his school,
St. Puul's Academy, in New Hampshire. Roy attended several senior classes and rated his visit as
"an exciting experience."
All of the exchange students enjoyed the social atmosphere at Allderdice. In South America, one
may not date more than one person. and that person must be a child of friends of the parents. Parties
iere, they commented, are quite different from the heavily chaperoned and more formal South Ameri-
'an fiestas. They all agreed that coming to Pittsburgh is "a really nice city" and that Allderdice
s "a really great school." To those who grumble occasionally about both Pittsburgh and Allderdice,
hese views from the South American students show that we probably underestimate our city and
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kids, pour into the halls. Crammed into these narrow passage-
ways you are swept along like a piece of dust on the floor.
At such a moment you may wonder how it is possible that
you, in a school of 3500 students, can emerge as an indi-
vidual. But there is an escape, for once you seat yourself
in the classroom a new cosmos unfolds around you.
Wliat is this cosmos that lets you show and develop your
individuality? Sitting in a classroom of thirty-five students,
you findian atmosphere which is sometimes quiet and other
times explosive. Here, you are a definite integral part in class
discussions, discovering subjects you would never encounter
on your own: the anatomy and behavior of a frog, the reasons
for the Homestead Steel Strike, and quadratic functions in
algebra. It isn't important whether or not you remember the
details of a frogls respiratory system, t.he length of the steel
strike, or the exact applications of the quadratic formula.
What matters is the new, overall perspective you gain.
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Read and Interpret
E nglish, the vehicle for communication consists '
N ot only of grammar but literature.
G rammar, traditionally connotes nouns and verbs.
L inguistics-A W
I nnumerable books represent the literature courses.
S everal areas studied in the 9th grade include
H aikus, poems, short stories, and novels. 1
D uring the sophomore year, the novels relate to
the year's topic, man.
E than Frome, a book discussed by the juniors, is
P laced by its connection with the American Dream,
A .B. classes analyze the characters in various
R hetoric, metaphors, similes, allitcration . . .
T hese previously insignificant words become
M eaningful through constant repetition in
E nglish I, English Il, English IH and English IV.
N ow the seniors graduate with a fine English
T he English Department has done its job.
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: Ballon! Row: Miss Goldhcrg, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Mussolf, Mr. McNutt, Mrs, Ehrenfeld, Miss Fodor, Mrs. Foley. Second Row:
Miss Meyers, Mrs. Tharp, Mr. Sommcrlcld. Mrs, Roth, Mrs. Schwcinlscrg. Thin! Row: Miss Tygard, Mr. Welling, Mrs. Martine, Miss Baldoff, Mr.
Thompson, Mr. Kail.
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Relutes Past to Present
Hopefully. Allderdice's history department has prepared us for
the future. Four new teachers, Miss Loftus, Miss Cummings, Mr.
Manifold, and Mr. Metro, aided department head Mr. Schnupp
and the returning history teachers in instructing the curriculum.
Beginning in the ninth grade, students are shown how our govern-
ment works socially, politically, and economically. The sophomore
year of World History examines more attempts to solve problems
from the past to the present. Our government and history are given
a second look-over in AP or regular American History in the
eleventh grade. The senior year shows a great diversity of courses
with a few new ones added. Sociology and international relations,
APE European History, or Behavioral Science and Humanities can
be taken. In four years, hopefully, the history department gives
Allderdice students a good look at our world, its problems past and
present, and perhaps solutions for the future.
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Mr Tenelbaum discussing his exploits in Donkey Basketball History requires a little thinking before speaking.
FACULTY: Bottom Row:
Mr. Cargani, Mr. Metro, Miss
Loftus, Mr. Hirsh, Mr. Crall.
Second Row: Mr, Teitelbaum,
Mrs. Sherman, Mr. Ferry,
Miss Cummings, Mr. Knotts,
Mrs. Crammer. Third Row:
Mr. Schnupp, Miss Cromley,
Mr. Gaither, Mr. Manifold,
Miss Powell, Mrs, Dubinsky.
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Bottom Row: Mr. Rankin, Miss Brusca, Mrs. Litman, Mrs. Kubiak, Mrs. Stallkamp. Arlene T0IbiIl 011 21 !'0l1iiIlE C858 fOr SCO
Second Row: Mr. Mason, Mr. Herman. Third Row: Mr. Guarascia, Mr. Nagy, Mr. Shore, Mr. Roth, Mr. land Yard-
Casey, Mr. Weigman, Mr. Seate, Mr. Mt-Millin, Mr. Perz.
Science 1' Thought, Inquiry, Experiment, Theory
Allderdice's Science Department is not only the largest in the
city, but quite possibly the best and most up-to-date. It has more
classes, more AP classes, and the largest physics and chemistry de-
partments. The traditional is not necessarily the guideline for
Allderdice's science department. Instead, new ideas are constantly
being developed. More emphasis is placed on concepts than on facts.
Biology, for example, is being taught more from the chemistry
approach, learning the body's processes instead of memorizing the
With such an up-to-date science department, inspired and ex-
cellent science students are the inevitable product. To further
their interests, Allderdice has several science clubs. Mr. Herman's
Psycho-Biology Club entails a study of behavior mechanisms on a
phyo-genetic basis and involves the nervous and endocrine systems
and their influence on the behavior of organisms. Mr. Guarascio's
Allderdice Explorers group gives students a chance for individual
inquiry and research into areas not usually presented in class. The
members of both this club and the Science Research Club have a
chance to test their own theories and, therefore, develop better
one's knowledge through experience. Some of the students also enter
various science scholarship contests and do well. Allderdice's sixteen-
teacher science faculty exercises and increases thelfaculties of each
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almost as well as Captain Kangaroo.
Confucius say: Man who play with slinky on cold floor never gets a hot wire.
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tenherg, Sherry Williamson, Susan McMillan. Third Row: Albert D'Allesandro, Richard Schwartz, Janice
Rosenfeld, Bill Stewberg. Not Shown: Alan Gordon, Amy Weinberger.
"Mudcat" Grant showing Donald Backer "Oh, no," crres a PSSC student. "A wrapped brick is hardly a llI0lll8l'lS Day present, Mr. Rankin!
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MATH DEPARTMENT: Bottom Row: Miss Bums, Mrs. Dillon, Mrs. Meldon, Mrs. Saba. Second Row: Miss Liotta, Mr. Margolis, Miss Viseclay, Mr. Mc-
Kay. Third Row: Mr. Gillespie, Mr. Valenti, Mr. Kengor, Mr. Kelanic.
Chalk one up for Janet Beacham.
Bruce Farber really geliing down I0 'he malh Mrs. Dillon-just loves m cover mlm chalk hoard.
Math Department Computes
Problem: 3 I Nm-T . If you can't work this problem just transfer
it to a program and feed it to the newly installed teletype terminal.
This terminal is connected to the Carnegie-Mellon University
computer system, which enables selected students to learn the com-
puter-programming language in their spare time.
The Math Department, headed by Miss Kunkle, set goals. It
hopes to meet the math requirements of students going to college
Marty Rothman frantically works to get his homework done on time.
and to prepare students with math needed for everyday purposes.
This year, as in past years, Allderdice has sent top students in the
eighth grade to compete in an algebra contest sponsored by the
Western Pennsylvania Council of Mathematics. Senior high students
compete in a National High School Math Contest sponsored by
the Math Association of America. They always aim to win, and
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"Maybe I should have cleaned it first," thinks Barry Weiser.
Richard Puciata says, "Now look, boys. I know this English, so let me explain it."
The Allderdice Language Department can help students com-
municate in French, Spanish, German, and Russian. Miss Gardill,
head of the department, and fifteen other teachers help students
speak, read, and write the language of their choice. Through repe-
tition and listening, a relationship of informant to receiver is es-
tablished hetween teacher and student. This audio-lingual approach
is a modern and effective method of learning a language. Allderdice
now has a native speaker in each foreign language offered. Since
French, Spanish, and German courses are taught on levels I to
IV, the language department is the largest in the city. This year
Russian III was also offered along with Russian I and II. Learning
to speak in a foreign language makes it much easier to under-
stand and communicate with people in other parts of the world.
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LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT: Bottom Row: Mrs. Vaughan,
Mrs. Rosenwasser, Miss Gardill, Miss Stewart, Mrs. Jackson.
Second Row: Miss Goldstein, Mrs. Whedbee, Miss Schmertz,
Mr. Ries. Third Row: Mr. Casorio, Mr. Audia, Mr. Ward
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How often have you walked past a classroom contain-
ing busily typing or writing students and wondered what
goes on when the class sits quietly? TA business
students work busily, learning clerical skills and busi-
ness fundamentals. The business teachers wish to give
their students a better understanding of their economic
environment through an introduction to the world of
enterprise. The courses stress principles of the operating
Courses such as Exploratory Business and Bookkeep-
ing teach accounting and business fundamentals. Stu-
dents in Sales-Merchandising and Distributive Educa-
tion learn principles of retailing, sales promotion, and
customer service. The Business Department also includes
a class called Law-Economics, which familiarizes the stu-
dent with legal regulations in business.
The Business Department also trains students in office
skills. Clerical Training combines typing, shorthand, and
office routines into one advanced course. The TA Busi-
ness Department provides a comprehensive program of
preparation for future business employees.
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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT STAFF: Miss Scheutz, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Blain. Second Row:
Mr. Lockhard, Mrs. Hayes.
"Sure is a funny looking piano," thinks a bewildered student.
Learning Io use business machines is educational und fun.
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T.A. Girls Learn
Cooking and sewing used to be the major concerns of
Allderdiceis home economics department, but the growing
complexity of a girl's life demands a more comprehensive
curriculum. Learning how to prepare vegetables and cakes
is not enough anymoreg proper nutrition and protein and
carbohydrate balance must also be taught. Furthermore,
since there is often not enough time to cook a meal from
scratch, cooking classes learn to use canned and frozen foods
to prepare quick but good meals.
Sewing classes have also changed. The approach now in-
volves not only how to sew, but also what styles, colors, and
fabrics are best for the individual. Accessorizing and taking
care of clothing are also discussed.
Units on child care, textiles, and home decoration round
out the home ec curriculum, showing that it is truly
geared to the modern, busy girl.
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Row: Mrs. Frankenstein, Mrs. Ramsey. V
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Debbie Norrel: "I'll show you how il's done just follow the dots."
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Rundcu Ponilzmun is in stitches over her sewing
The Useful Arts
Allclerdicels industrial arts program ranges from the most
elementary projects to very complex problems in wood, metal,
print, draftingf, and electricity. The first years of shop are spent
learning the fundamental skills necessary to produce projects such
as napkin holders, ash trays, lamps, and paperweights. A student
can progress to the senior shop classes and construct projects such
as skis, tables, anvils, and printed emblems. Specialization in these
areas aids students in beginning their professions.
INDUS'I'RlAL ARTS: Botlom Row: Mr. Englert, Mr. Randolph. Second Raw: Mr. Foylick. Sir. Matthews, Mr. Tarantino, Mr. Amrick.
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Do Their Own Thing
Michael Cangelol Herman etching a desk.
Art students invent new games and play them, too.
"Are you sure you want thc pizza 1-rust this thin?" The power of imagination makesa painting
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ART DEPARTMENT: Bottom. Row: Mrs. Fulton. Second Row: Mrs. Jacob, Mr. Kirkh
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ride, Miss Wuchinich, Mrs. Cole.
What makes an art class different from other classes? Perhaps
it's the fact that a student is unrestricted and can express him-
self in the art form which he feels to be appropriate. Mrs.
Jacob, Miss Cole, and Mrs. Fulton instruct regular and acl-
vanced art classes While Mr. Kirkbride teaches crafts. Miss
Wuchinich, a senior art teacher, offers a special course, 5X
Understanding the Arts. Students study and create in the fields
of sculpture, painting, architecture, and design for living,
which undertakes practical application of art to everyday life.
Many special events highlight the year's activities, including
the Scholastic Art Exhibition, B'nai B'rith Contest, and the Na-
tional Gallery Project, which is also affiliated with the English
Department. Art students can do their own thing.
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R. Epstein, K. Younger, V. Hraszczyna, M. Schaefer. Second Violin: P. Kuhey. J. Shapiro, R. Horowitz, D. Heller, C. Green, N. Stone, M. Slomberg, S:
Seiavitch, P, Sherman, J. Hellman, A. Goldberg, M. Hatala, L. Supovitz, L. Metley. Viola: S. Weiner, D. Linder, R. Wender, N. Blanc, L. Blum, W. Carter,
R. Honig. Cello: T. Garber, H. Cohen, J. Lange, W. Lieberman, J, Lustman, J. King, R. Watkins, B. George, P. Davis, B. Geary. Flule: C. Spitzer, J. Lep,
S. Stangel. Oboe: D. Caplan, J. Dansker. Bass: M. Seltman, P. D'Eustachio, D. Raizman, H. Sellman. L. Neft, E. Solomon. Clarinet: N. Lauer, J. Fellner, R.
Luslman. Bassoon: L. Sigmund, A. Zelicoff. Trumpet: J. Miller, F. Rosenfeld, E. Faigen. French Horn: A. Barash, R. Bacher, R. Cantor, S. Maharam, B.
Gordon. Trombone: D. Backer, S. Friedman, G. Goldberg, 5. Workman. Percussion: H. Goldman, D. Wolfe. Tympani: M. Jacobson. Not Shown: M. Brever-
man, H. Moses, B. Fliess, R. Locker.
Stop and Listen - The Orchestra
'26 The clarinets and IMSSOOUS SPPHIY UP for ihcmsfllws- Tom Garber intensely wrapped up in his music.
Donald Backer gives it the old one-two punch.
Bunting carefully coordinating the various instruments in
Double your pleasure with Stanley Maharam and Ace Barash.
If you would like to express your emotions or settle your mind through
music, playing in the orchestra is an excellent way to do it. Allderdice's
orchestra leader, Mr. Herbert Bunting, conducts five orchestras of
varied ability, encouraging 'any student with musical ability to participate.
The most talented group, A Orchestra, performs two concerts alone and
two with Allderdice's choir, before-the entire school. The spring and
winter concerts are traditions at Allderdice. Music is also provided by
A Orchestra for the Senior Honor Assembly and graduation ceremonies.
There are many reasons for the 0!'Cl'lCStl'R,S popularity at school. One
is the wide variety of music played, ranging from major overtures such
as Beethovenls Eroica to contemporary arrangements by the Boston Pops.
Also, three-fourths of the A Orchestra members are also members of
All-City Orchestra. The musicians enrich our appreciation of art, and
show us how the combination of each individual section of the orchestra
produces the total encompassing effect.
Choir Raises Its Voice
Gloria, In Excelsis Deo. Gloria. The voices of A Choir arose from back-
stage. The Christmas program had begun. The choir then slowly filed onto
the center of the stage, which was lit by only the tiny candles the singers
carried, Mrs. Lewis, the director of the senior school choirs, stood con-
ducting. The Choir had rehearsed daily for this concert. Mrs. Lewis, when
instructing the choir, emphasized the importance of dynamics and knowledge
of the interrelationship of the various singing parts. The choir, singing
dynamically, concluded Gloria.
The ensemble, made up of A Choir members, was organized again
this year. They and the rest of the A Choir sang at Homes, Gimhels, and
There are four other choirs which Mrs. Lewis directs. Each, beginning
with E choir, is a progression up the ladder in music proficiency. Mrs.
Lewis teaches basics, such as learning to read notes, values of notes, and
basics of choir ensemble. The junior school choir, instructed by Mrs.
Puncheon, provides a fundamental base, enabling students to progress later
to the more advanced choirs. This in future years will be an advantage
for a well-prepared A Choir. A
What's that foreign language they're reading?
A CHOIR: Bottom Raw: Debby Segall, Sharon Knox, Ann Friedland, Cath Co las, Miriam Smolover udi Kime ' '
Slavkin, Anita Brotsky, Seretta Price, Sllelda Frank, Paula Garret. Second Riiw: Carol Collcn, Janis Dariiei .Ieanninril lslrxsgy T!firf11ii?eaDlsb,wii::k C3232 1523
Patricia Pollard, Tom Safley, ,lim Broad, Bruce Weinberg, Jack Smolentz, Terry Feiler, .lim Saunders, Cindy,Wilder Wendy Segal Nancy Josephson lilichell
Finks. Third Row: Dianne Rosecrans, Linda Lee, Marilyn Safyan, Mary Sue Baron, Debby Blaine, Carol Tracht Eugene Dlektor Alex Binstbck Da
Flamberg, Mina Altschuler, Carole Peterson, Patty Deak, Pam Kimball. Fourth Row: Ava Rosenblum, Irene Epstein Linda Akrie 'Nancy Lloyd Tivel
Rosenwasser, Karen Samuels, Donna Brooks, Joyce Bader, Ilene Safyan, Dallas Pugh, Nancy Nelkins, Rachael ljinken. Fifth Iiow' Peter Morris Eili
Citron, Ken Slonc, Mark Levenson, Jeff Hausman, Jeff Rack, Paul Minter, Melvin Vatz, Clifford Garcia Jay Colker Dan Graff Jules Shear To ,Row
Tony Mann, Stewart Baskin, Robert Simon. ' ' ' ' p
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A BAND: First Row Flutes: S. Mallet, J. Rosenberg, V. Iannotla, M. Caruso, S. Greenwald, E, Graff. Second Row: J. Saltmar, B. Wilt, R. Mallinger, M.
Weiner, R. Mason, S. Tamres, R. Morris, D. Moncrief, A. Karelitz, S, Stangel, D. Meyers. Third Row: R. Cottam, L. Brostoif, B. Faigen, J. Twersky,
D. Dolfi, J. Rosenthal, S, Clark, B. Weiser, S. Winkler, P. Hays, P. Kolodner, C. Hardman, S. Seigal, D. Gerson, J. Robinson, R. Williams, B. Simon,
B. Judd, H. Fishbein, E. Sussman. Fourth Row: M. Simons, N. Silverberg, S. Bardin, J. Bierman, L. Sproul, D. Morris, B. Udell, S. Wanetik, M. Kauf-
man, A. Rosen, R. Levy, S. Klein, L. DeBene, A. Corn, E. Greve, J. Stein, R. Stearns, R. Pease, S. Abel, S. Robbins, E. Stein, T. Kwalwasser. Director-
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The games boys play in gym class aren't exactly the kind Eric Berne had in mind,
but they are just as important to know about. There are very few things that permit
one to be physically active during the mentally taxing school day. and gym affords
the opportunity to work off the frustrations of the day in a fun. skill-building way.
Whether it's goaling in football, hitting a home-run in softball. sinking a hasket, or
finally perfecting a backward dive, the boys attain the satisfaction and muscles
that come from doing their thing well.
In addition to playing in games. the boys also take various tests in such things
as push-ups, chin-ups, distance softball-throwing. and running the 600-yard dash, Six
such tests are given. and the hoys who end up with a final score of 600 are con-
sidered the elite of their gym class. Health classes teach the gylnnasts everything
from causes and cures of diseases of the body to causes and cures of diseases of
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'ivwiat shall I do in my spare time?" Each students asks
himself this question after school, and varied answers are
available. Many dull and unimaginative alternatives come
up-a snack at the drug store, talking at the wall, and as a
last effort, doing homework. But these unproductive sug-
gestions can't be followed every day. The solution? Allder-
dice offers many diverse extracurricular activities. A stimu-
lating atmosphere characterizes club activities, service com-
mittees, and special interest groups. A student can talk,
propose, and follow through with what he wants to do. He
can learn about government in Student Council, places in
language clubs, and how the natural world works in science
clubs. Participating in extracurricular activities takes more
effort than just going home after school, lmut the former is
mo1'e interesting and rewarding.
Student Council 1969
This year above all others was a year
of monumental importance for Student
Council at Allderdice. Tom Lampl, Dave
Pozek, and I inherited a student body
which had little or no faith in Student
Council. Not only was council re-born this
year but it surpassed all other councils in
the history of Allderdice in terms of con-
crete accomplishments and also by better-
ing the relations between the Jewish, Cen-
tile, and Negro students at Allderdice.
We started the year by putting organi-
zation back into Student Council. We did
this by first writing a constitution which
gave us a foundation upon which we could
attempt to build. No other Allderdice Stu-
dent Council ever bothered to write a
constitution. We continued our reorganiza-
tion by having homeroom presidents serve
as the council representatives. Our attend-
ance averaged well over SSCZQ the entire
year. In fact, as the year progressed and
the students, faith in Council grew, many
students who were not elected representa-
tives came to sit-in and vociferously take
part in the meetings. A copy of each meet-
ing's minutes was distributed to every
homeroom for the first time in Allderdice
history. We also started the 'iCouncil
Corneri' column in the Foreword to aid
us in publicizing Council's goals, progress,
After Council was organized we began
to fulfill our campaign pledges. The first
example of Council's usefulness came where
we succeeded in changing the school ring.
Previous student council officers had been
attempting this for yearsg we succeeded
where they had all failed.
Our second project, which began the
first day of school, was to sell an All-Sports
Ticket. For the price of 33.00 the All-
Sports Ticket entitled its holder to attend
all of Allderdice's athletic events. It was ap-
proximately a 310.00 savings for All-
derdice sports fans. We did this solely for
the benefit of the students as all the money
raised from the 400+ tickets sold went to
the athletic fund.
In November we planned and held our
fourth annual Homecoming. Although the
football team was only 4-3, we sold 450
tickets to the dance. This was more than
were sold the previous year when we won
the City football championship.
In December we began our school ex-
chanffe roffram hoping to give the student
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body a broader outlook on school
systems. We conducted exchanges with
Shadyside, Norwin, Gateway, Churchill, El-
lis, Winchester, and Fox Chapel. A resume
of exchange students' opinions and ob-
servations was mimeographed and distrib-
uted to all the homerooms.
Late in December after a meeting of
leaders from the various committees, the
students realized that despite the differences
in the social and economic background
of the community they shared many griev-
ances. After several meetings which were
open to the entire student body, repre-
sentatives from the communities were elect-
ed and a list of grievances was formed.
Under Student Council leadership the name
Student Action Co-ordinating Committee
was adopted, and we began meeting with
the administration in an attempt to negoti-
ate the grievances. These meetings resulted
in a study of the counseling staff, a book-
let containing a summary of all elective
courses. A request to the Board that the
auditorium lighting be improved, a study
of the athletic facilities at Allderdice as
compared with city and suburban schools,
a declaration by Dr. Teal that girls were
permitted to wear slacks with parental
permission, that a request be submitted to
the Board that the present Black History
course be assimilated into the twelfth grade
U.S. History course, and finally that no
student caught leaving a tray in the cafe-
teria be suspended. I think that the re-
sults of these meetings .do indicate the
value of the Student Action Co-ordinating
Committee, and I hope next year's officers
choose to continue the committee.
In February we obtained permission in
co-operation with PTA to have an assembly
on drugs. Dr. Emile Trellis spoke quite
honestly on the subject. In the same month
we also held our foreign exchange student
assembly to give recognition to the ex-
change students from South America at-
tending classes at Allderdice and to kick-off
t.he "Build a School in Peru" campaign.
Early in March we obtained an Hofficel'
for the Student Council Officers. Although
it was only a room situated behind the
stage, it gave us a place to attend to the
almost endless papework involved in Stu-
dent Council and also a place to discuss
our new programs. While it is true that
we obtained it far too late in the year to
benefit us greatly, we held the hope that
the idea would be continued in the future.
To assess the value of the 1969 Student
Student Council President
Council one must look at two things: Th
relations between the three ethnic group
at Allderdice, and what we have done fo
the future Student Councils at Allderdic
We have worked hard and I think su
ceeded far beyond any other Taylor Al
derdice Student Council. I feel that we hav-
created perhaps for the first time the i
tangible feeling of respect for Stude
Council as an organization.-Rich Kline
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL: BOIIUIH Row: W. Morris, N. Kramer, P. Simon, B. Kraus, D. Slavkin, T. Feinberg, J. Hinek, S. Rosenthal, S. Knox.
S1-conrl Row: S. Levi, M. Kirshner. C. Abrams, R. Grant, D. Meyers, R. Kline, T. Lumpl, D. Schneider. B. Weiner, D. Gohos. Third Row: D. Perry, D.
Smccker, A. Radinovir, D. Green, S. Fidel, S. Bilder, T. Snyder, S. Eaton, L. Pollack, E. Kramer, R. Wender, D. Damick, B. Oneil, L. Parfait. Fourzh
Row: B. Barber, .l. Cohen. V. Hayes, C. Spirer. D. Weisherg, M. Rothman, M. Pollack, R. Powell. S. Marks, ,l. Linderman, J. Epstein, R. Rosenthal, H. Averhach.
David Meyers, rifl'-Pff'5il'If'llf P 'lll I S
Searching for the solution is David
Svhneider. treasurer of Student
Cathy Ahrams. Serrvlrlry. Une of Stuch-nl Cuunvil vim-vvprcsidenls. Tom Lnmpl.
PUBCOM: Bottom Row: Jo Ann Marcovsky, Barb Pesynu, Elyse Prudoif, Martha Cirdany, Carol Hulm, Susie Weinthal. Second Row: Sue Levine, Don
Cohen, Ray C-rant, Mark Weitzman, Cary Finkel. Not Shown: Ellen Friedman, Bob Polk, Ann Radinovic, Denise Sonccher, Lee Terkel, Laurel Tobias,
This year Pubcom headed by Ray Grant, provided
the school with many services, most prominent was
Allderdiceis first music program, WALL, with disc
jockeys, Brad Simon and Berne Krupp. Both boys
played pop music in the cafeteria for all five lunches
with their own records. With the help of our twenty
artists and elves, the ideas and projects of the 1969
Student Council were "published" with a freshness and
vitality seldom seen in our school. Pubcom only forgot
to announce one thing so now hear this: Pubcom did
a fine job for all of us in '69,
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SCHOOL STORE: Craig Hardman, Steve Friedman. Paula Muizlish, Dave Faigen, and Car
WALL: Brad Simon, Linda Blum, Bernie Krupp, Lou Supowitz,
Junior Student Council
This year the .lunior Student Council started off rather late
in the year. President-elect James Ellman began his term in
January with Dean Goldman as vice-president. Secretary Sam
Berkowitz, Treasurer Carlotta Harding, Publicity Chairman
Bob Czerniewski, and the student council representatives all
worked in coordination with Jamie and Dean. For their first
major project, the Council attempted to sell tickets for the
senior high school basketball games. The publicity committee
worked hard and successfully in promoting the tickets to the
junior school students.
The Council also handled the Build A School Campaign
for the junior school. They vigorously sold buttons and bricks
to bring in extra money needed in order to raise 31350.
The council's officers and a few homeroom representatives
visited an area orphanage to see what volunteer work the
council could arrange for future years.
Although the Junior Student Council started in the middle
of the year, they not only managed to sponsor some valuable
projects, but also succeeded in unifying the seventh, eighth,
and ninth grades in a productive unit for the school.
Mr. Casey and his AUDIO-VISUAL STAFF keep track
of the school's equipment with his quality-check board.
Aides: Matthew Pundzak and Elliot Markovitz.
Student Council organized this year s successful homecoming,
QIOINEECOMINC QUEEN CANDIDATES: Barbara Lifsher, Anne Cooley, Sharon Knox, Cathy Copetas. Linda Parfill, Marilyn Admcyk, Renee
Even llu- dragon atlfndvd the I-lunu-uunung Dance '69,
Tom Lampl, Homecoming
waits for Allderdicc to score again.
Armand Kranick, most valuable player:
and just wait 'til my little brother
plays varsity lJall.',
Homecoming Queen, Sharon Knox, reigns over the dnncef- A jam-packed crowd for an action-packed game.
A Yeor's Work
Smiling Mr. Thompson, the 0. .l. Simpson of the
of the workll.
When most people first see their yearbooks, they see only
the completed, polished work. But to members of the yearbook
staff, the yearbook is a compilation of many months of hard
work, done not only in the daily yearbook period but also, when
deadlines approach, after school, in the evening and on weekends.
The last year of high school is a tremendously significant one
for the graduates, and the st-aff tries to make the yearbook the
only tangble memory of the senior year, a book that really reflects
what went on. lt must be poignant but not mushy, true but never
depressing, must produce nostalgia sans nausea. Photographs show
in candid shots different moods found in individual students. Copy
tells of special events, clubs, sports, and academic departments, not
only to remind and give an entire picture to the graduates, but
also to inform those who will know Allderdice only through going
through The Allderdice. The layou-t staff strives to make pages
artistic and eyecatching, while the ad staff sells space in the Ad
Section to community businesses, homerooms, and individuals who
want to give a message to the graduating seniors. And the typing
staff bears the brunt of having to type articles and picture identi-
fications on to the triplicate layout sheets to be sent to the publishers
at the last minute.
An entire year must be printed and bound and distributed, and
the hardworking yearbook staff, led by the even more over-worked
editor-in-chief, gives the yearbook subscribers and their friends an
honest, complete look at a stretch of event-crammed time.
Gary Finkel, layout editorg Betty Rothhart, copy editor, Frank Harris, editor in chief: and
Lyn Kirshenbaum, photography editorg all dedicated, nerve-wracked, and loyal fand do most
Lynn Ferber and Gary McCormick do some shifty record keeping business for
The tremendous trio of the layout staff arranged the pictures on these
Jackie Persky, Hedy Gruenebaum, and Gary Finkel feditorl.
The Fantastic Four, David Faigen, Nancy
Nelkin, Martha Schaefer, and Betty Rothbart
Qeditorj, are responsible for all the words in
this yearbook-including this cutline.
year. Not shown: Hannah Rubenstein.
ll3fd'W0l'kiflg, kCYf2d-UP lYlJiHg Slfiff iIlCll1dCS Editor-in-Chief Frank Harris supervises the whole
Veralti, Dianne Mayhury, and Darlene Harris. operation and dues a good share of the work, too.
Yaxzkan, .lon Davis, .lane Cohen, and Richard Barish clicked the shutters Our ad staff members are Billy Rudolph and Sherma Feldman.
As Editor-in-chief of the Foreword, Deborah Weisherg
brings Allderdice the news of the clay.
Rarin' to go drivin', the Foreword feature staff: Milt Jacobson, Ruth Mayle, Ken Cobum, Margie
Schaffel, Mel Vatz, Susie Foreman, Wendy Wilson, Brad Graham.
Jeepers, it's the roreword editorsg From Left: Sports Editor Wally Ellman, Feature Editor Mark:
Pollock, Editor-in-chief Deborah Weisberg, News Editor Wendy Wilson, and Managing Editor'
Patti Loeb. '
Advisor Mr. Joseph C. Thompson is caught
Foreword photographer as he enters room 368
another day's work.
These people make the FOREWORD possible. They
inform, amuse, and challenge the students, the faculty
and the administration with news articles, feature pieces,
and sports reviews.
Editorials present opinions of impending issues and
offer remedies. Controversial "From Within" lends
itself to disagreement and provokes debate.
Each Foreword is the product of hours, days, and
weeks of hard work. There are leads to track down
and write up, beats to cover, deadlines to meet, and
articles to type.
The editors must cope with the pressures of correcting
type, doing make-ups, and sending copy to press. They
work emphatically to please the reader.
The world of room 368 is hectic, but filled with
fresh, new ideasg for everyone in the FOREWORD of-
fice is involved in rlmning a newspaper.
The results have been more than rewardingg the proud
feeling of seeing the finished product-the issue-is in-
The FOREWORD is the voice of Allderdice-it
speaks to, of, and for the students of our school.
THE FOREWORD FEATURE STAFF: Front: Feature Editor Mark Pollock, Seth Eaton,
avid Meyers, Milton Klein. Back: Arlene Torbin, Barbara Weschler. Not Shown: Claire
FOREWORD SPORTS STAFF: David Meyers, Howard Elbing,
Editor Wally Ellman, Richard Cantor. Not Shown: William
Warren Carter, Ricky Gottlieb, Mark Rosenberg.
THE FOREWORD ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Richard Barish, Vinetta
Balough, Debbie Kulisek, Sue Levine, David Halliday. Not Shown: Judy Baker,
.lon Davis. '45
Volunteers in Service to Allderdice
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KEY CLUB: Boltom Row: Howie Field, Lee Pollock, Stu Meyers, Sam Seiavitch, Sid Markowitz, Bob Stern, Alan Robinson, Frank Harris. Second
Stanley Maharam, Bob Levy, Cary Spirer, Bob Axelrad, Mark Tabor, Warren Carter, Rick Gottlieb, Milt Wachsherg, Stu Marks, Rich Lipscher, Alan
Third Row: Mr. Audia, lra Gumberg, Bernie Behrend, Steve Klein, Barry Joel, Louis Supowitz, .lim Broad, Brad Graham, Richard Finkel, Larry
Richard Rosenthal, Randy Robinson, Richard Wender, Rick Cantor. Fourth Row: Arnie Shuleherg, Bob Goldberg, Marty Blumefield, David Unger,
Rothman, Bob Nevins, Ricky Silver. Stu Weinhaum, Sammy Rosenfield, Murray Rappaport, Alan Elovitz, Mark Levinson, Jay Colker.
STUDENT LIBRARY STAFF: Bottom Row: Dianne Chiz, Michele Kart, Linda Akrie, Emmie Vozza, Linda Levant, Lynn Michaliszyn, Anita
Susie Frampton, Shelly Tobin, .lan Baskin. Second Row: Carylotta Hardin g, Pattie Napoleon, Betty Leuenton, Sue Cooper, Jill Fishman, Robyn Morris,
Borelli, Linda Witenherg, Chris Hurley, Cathy Siegal, Seretta Price. Third Row: Steve Hast, Robert Candee, Ronald Ferraindo, Irwin Moskowitz, Mary
son, Nancy DeVaul, Harriet Kisilinsky, James Armstrong, Steve Schwartz, Wayde Fargatstein. Not Shown: Sally Apter, Eddie Butler, Sally Block, Jodi
Iudy Friedman, Alan Levi, Cindy Pressly. Lynne Spiegal, Jo Robin Starr, Arnold Zestnik, Carolyn Mitchell, Jill Sussman.
STAGE CREW: Bottom Row: Bill Chornyak, Mr. Kenneth
Xmrick 1SupervisorJ, Joel Mandel. Second Row: Don
jroto, Richard Lipscher, Sheldon Benowitz, Ken Scholle,
3ill Peyton, Third Row: Stuart Marks-light designer.
Lights! Music! Acting!
Before any of this can happen the Stage Crew
has to do some work. Maybe it is setting up equip-
ment for the orchestra or band, or arranging some
lighting and doing technical work for the Senior
Class Play. All eight boys are willing to help the
'chool in any way they can with the help of the
iiead of the stage crew, Bill Chornyak, and lighting
irector, Stu Marks. The Stage Crew does necessary
'ork for the benefit of student and teacher alike.
QLERICAL SERVICE CLUB: Bottom Row: Arlene Gibson,
onna Bucko, Joyce Levine, Sharon Borelli, Joanne Carter,
dy Tenebaum. Second Row: Alice Beddard, Rhonda Ger-
r, Joyce Karychak, Glenda Taylor, Connie Hatting, Miss
Many of Allderdice's teachers and students have
lscovered the Clerical Service Club, which repro-
Jces various articles used as study aids in the
assroom. Under the direction of Miss Schuetz,
ese 12th grade girls meet daily learning to use
SIXTH PERIOD SERVICE CLUB: Bottom Row: Linda
Lewis, Randee Ponitzman, Linda Michalizyn, Terri Levi,
Jean Patton, Mary Alice Jameson. Second Row: Sheila
Harbst, Laura Davis, Mrs. Bush, Judy Levine, Susan Framp-
for Hoi Problems
JUNIOR OFFICE AIDES: BUHDIII Row: Ilene Trachtenberg, Karen
Franceshini. Second Row: Shelley Rosenthal. Roberta Frishman, Mary
Jamison. Third Row: Jeannine Dorsey, Linda Chichvak, Cindy
Kramer. Dodi Walker.
AIDES: Borlom Row: Bar-
bara Hurley, Becky Schorin,
Debbie Kranick, Ellen Sigal,
Carol Stubock, Second Row:
Meryl Kirshner, Janice Miller,
Claudia Linton. Carolyn
SENIOR OFFICE AIDES: Bottom Row: Kathy Karst, Lorie Obernauer, Rosie Beddard, Ann Chapko, Arlene Gibson, Alice Beddard, Sharon Borrell
Yvonne Montgomery. Second Row: Barbara Bngosh. Nancy Grezmak, Audri Schirm, Trudy Frankel, Joyce Kartychak, Sharon Sholock, Joyce Levine, .Ian
Hraszczyna, Kitty Keaney. Not Shown: Christine Suwcllak, Diane Wolfe.
SENIOR COUNSELOR AIDES: BOIIUIII
Row: Carolyn Mitchell Mary Ann Haver.
Seeunrl Row: Nancy Lloyd. Glenda Taylor,
Linda Lewis, Donna Bueko. Sharon Bor-
relli, Gail Olitsky. Third Row: ,Iudy Calle,
Sharon Knox. Kitty Keaney, Donna Osburn,
Debbie Brown, Anna Mikula, Shella Parzyek.
Fourth Row: Beverly O'Neil. Rachel Dineiz,
Betty Stein, Sherry Clark. Linda Chichvak.
JUNIOR MEDICAL ROOM AIDES: Bot-
tom Row: Fern Rosenthal, Patti Napoleon.
Eileen Samuels, Barbara Marcus, Barbara
Gomberg. Second Row: Debbie Small,
Rhonda Silver, Shelly Glick, Cindy Ruben-
stein, Nancy Makrauer, Shirley Schwartz.
Third Row: Wendy Morris. Malina Kaufman,
Linda Lasser. Adie Lieberman, Donna Rosen-
stock, Mina Hare, Wendy Rudolph.
rom Row: Barbara Kosko Linda Kanarek,
Cathy Siegal. Debbie Bray-r. Geri Lazarus,
Ann Finkelstein, Nanny Perrin. Debbie
Mandler, Marilyn Gellner. Charlene Rey-
nolds. Second Raw: Donna Ilelloma, Arlene
Marcus. Darlene Mullenix, Elaine Reiser,
Michelle Kart, Debbie Gobos. Karen Samuels,
Donna Brooks. Delpbia Blackburn, Karen
Lazar, Ruth Mason. Third Row: Debbie Fine,
Seretta Price. Nancy Bruner, Sharon Nathen-
son. Cathy Segal. Ellen Green. Nancy Bris-
kin. Marrie Ginsberg, Rhonda Gerber,
Marsha Schwartz. ,lay Moravitz, Suzie Wien-
Ihal. Cindy Brown. Karen Faas, Gail Olitsky.
FOIIFIII Row: Rnnna Weinberg. .laekie Per-
sky, Elyse Prucloff, Barbara Pesyna, Pat Har-
roeks, Betty Stems, Cecila Strasburger. Mona
Sarkofl, Cyndi Sliman. Penny Gilden. Cathy
Gooflman. Mary Ghiekvak. Patti Morgan.
SENIOR MEDICAL ROOMS AIDES: Bot-
Allclerclice Girls Plan for the Future
"I wonder if Hugh Hefner started this way," exclaim members of FBLI v Y A
FBLA: Bottom Row: Kathy Karst, Patty Mooney, Heidi Price, Arlene Gibson, Linda Parfilt, Suzanne 0'Toole, Marilyn Marcus, Joanne Carter, Glenda Taylor,
Sharon Sholock. Second Row: Mary Ann Seman, Becky Baguet, Vicki Hraszczyna, Janet Hraszczyna, Barbara Bugosh, Susie Walker, Rhonda Gerber, Donna
Bucko, Sharon Borrelli, Joyce Levine, Fluffy Reuter, Debbie Donofrio. Third Row: Marianna Torcaso, Kathy Griffin, Lois Slivka, Chris Sawchak, Trudy
Frankel, Rose Ann Johnson, Sandy Gallo, Denise Swisher, Penny Hicks, Joyce Kartychak, Kathy Keaney, Lorraine Andreko.
Allderdice's future secretarie:
find that membership in the FBLA
provides their best introduction tc
the business world. By hearing tht
advice that guest speakers offei
about applying for a job, getting
the jobs they want, and other in
side trade secrets, girls who be
long to the FBLA often have at
advantage over other business as
pirants. This year, Presiden
Sharon Sholock and the othel
business entrants toured severa
businesses and business schools
absorbing the atmosphere and ob
serving the scene.
SUN: Bottom Row: Judy Baker, Scott Schneider, Neil Busis, Sara Jean Klein, Cary Goldberg, Dave Schneider, Janet Beachan, Lyn Kirshenhallllly Dfmfja
Brooks, Velva Mathis. Second Row: Lisa Lonstein, Lynn Diamond, Thelma Snyder, Sue Foreman, Laurel Tobias, Barbie Adler, Gretchen Meyerjack, Debbie
Shapiro, Ruth Levine, Debbie Norrell, Lynn Ferber, Ruth Mayle. Third Row: Gary Finkel, Ronald Backer, Martin Blumenfeld, David Morris, Steve Fried-
man, Donald Backer, Craig Hardman, Warren Carter, Mark Lasser, Richard Barisli.
Proposed: SUN's relationship to Dragonicia, the Drag-
ons, and world politics
Whereas: SUN stands for Student United Nations
And: The ninety-five people from Dragonicia mingle
with 2000 members of the Western Pennsylvania
ln: A small assembly at Baldwin High School and a
large assembly at the William Penn Hotel
With objectives: To foster interest and understanding
of world affairs, of the way the United Nations func-
tions, and to provide an introduction to the world of
r""'----u politics '
Allderdicians Ron Backer, Through the process of: division of SUN into many?
David Faigcn, and Allen . ,H gs- b h d bl' l
Zelicoff practice being dip- ranc es an .assem les . T
lomats at Student United Therefore: President Gary Goldberg will agree
Nations. On the proposal sizzling: SUN helps people to under-i
stand each other
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W Forensic circles throughout the country found
out this year that the name Allderdice represents 2
group of excellent. winning debaters. TA's varsity
led by Debate Club President Bob Michaels. ,Iefi
Lewin, Mark Perlis. and Peter Abrams. traveled this
year to national invitational tournaments in si:
cities. capturing first place trophies in many oi
them. The national topic this year involved the
proposal that the United States should establish z
system of compulsory service for all citizens. Ir
order to enable TA to spread its arguments for ol
against this proposal. a Parent's Booster Club was
established. This helps the club in getting judges for
tournaments and providing transportation and funds
The Debate Club contains two main divisions'
debate and speech. Students from grades nine
through twelve are eligible to join the Debatf
M Club, one of Allderdice's finest and best-knowi-
.leff Lewin, Bob Michaels. and Mark Porlis bring home some debate trophies to shine in Mr.
DEBATE CLUB: Hallam Row: Gary Harris. lit-vt-ra Nh-yt-rs. .lon Davis, Ruth Ehrman, lioli Nlivlmvls, Debra Caplan, Jeff Lewin, Jo Ann Marconsky, Dav
Clnlany. Scrum! Roux' Hurry Feldman, Samuel Surluff, Ken Simon. Cheryl Cree-mvnld, Alison Locrkc, Debra Rubenstein, Lisa Goldberg, Seth Eaton. Thir
Row: Dan Flannln-rgg, ,lt-rry lwlcr. Jay Cohen, Stuart Shapiro. Mark Pvrlis. Mark Pollock. Nlurk Nathan.
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is A. P. CHEMISTRY CLUB: Alan Robinson, ,lim Swarlzwelder,
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Nancy Broff, Melvin Lipner. Second Row: Ray Grant, Paul
Sabo, Richard Schwartz, Donald Cohen, Frank Harris, Donald
Q Backer, .loel Ruben. Third Row. Mark Lasser, Stu Meyers, Cary
. . McCormick, Gary Seltman, Lee Terkel, Steve Baker.
MATH CLUB: James Hurley, Frank Harris. Jay Caplan, Davic
Pober, Robert Michaels, Richard Rosenthal, Ray Grant, Georg:
Rosenberg. Second Row: Nancy Nelkin, Celia Berman, Carolz
Peterson, Mark Snyder, Sara Jean Klein fSee.J, Jeff Lewir
lPres.l, Stuart Meyers QV. l'res.l, Robert Weisberg fTreas.i
Nancy Chinchor, Naomi Markovitz. Third Row: Penny Davis
Robert Honig, Martin Hochhauser, Leon Metley. Donalc
Cohen, Martha Girdany, Carol Hulm, Oded Feingold, Cary Selt
man, Gary Finkel, Neil Basis, Janet Beaeham. Fourth Row,
Sam Seiavitch, Ronald Backer, Walter Ellman, Mark Lasser
Donald Backer, Steve Click, Mark Pollock, David Faigen
Howard Schacter, James Swartzwelder, Steven Friedman. Na
Shown: Richard Barish, Daniel Graff, Stuart Isaacson, Miltor
Klein, Mark Perlis, Dan Silverman, Howard Talenfeld, Deboral
gl Yadoff, Janice Miller, Peter Abrams. Sponsor: Miss Kunkle.
Into Room 267 piled about forty juniors and seniors. After they gave the chairs
in the room an identity, President Jeff Lewin announced the topic of the meeting.
This week the Math Club would hear one of a series of lectures by college math
professors. Other weeks various students lectured and led discussions on various
The Math Club gives motivated math students a chance to explore aspects of
math not covered in math classes. This year a teletype link with the Carnegie-Mellon
University computers was installed, giving the members of the Math Club a chance to
learn to program and to use computers.
Math Club members wait for an answer after typing
Tom Mitchel Timur Turkdogen Melvm Lipner J ack Mandel, George Rosenberg. Second Row. Lisa Goldberg, Kathy Younger,
Debbie Rubensnen Marty Seltman Oded Feingold, Pam Minyo, Nancy Nelkin, Virginia Svidro. Third Row: Mr. Shore, Fred
DEustach1o Nicholas Druga Jeff Lewin David Foreman, Art Onaitis, David Pozak, Janet Beacham. Fourth Row: Paul Sabo,
Ro en Stu Baskin Jack Malvm Barry Judd Sam Rosenfeld, John Donofrio.
To no one's suprise the members of the Science Research Club
undertake research projects in science. The fifty members acquire a
full knowledge of science by hearing guest speakers and taking trips
to research labs in Community College and the computers at Mellon
Bank. The Science Research Club believes the modern proverb:
"Science is learning through doing as well as reading."
ANHINGA SOCIETY: Bottom Row: J. Mandall, M. Plotkin, M, Snyder, F.
Presser, D. Esman. Second Row: S. Levine, T. Levi, S. Grobstein, R. Friedman,
C. Tracht, Mrs. Litman. Third Row: J. Kohberger, R. Chimun, L. Blum, A,
Uzoni, D. Halliday. Fourth Row: D. Shapiro. Top Row: M. Pollock, J. Colker,
ANHINGA SOCIETY: Bottom Row: S. Palkowitz, A. Frieman, L. Diamond, N.
Broff. Second Row: S. Gewirz, M. Rosenberg, S. Schneider, S. Eaton, S.
Foreman. Third Row: B. Weisberg, D. Deaktor. Fourth Row: J. Levenson, B.
Michaels, E. Rosen, J. Twersky, J. Schwartzwelder, N. Druga.
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Students Cultivate Foreign Cultures
The Spanish, French, German, and Russian Clubs take over where
language classes stop. With the increasing accessibility of foreign
countries, it becomes necessary to learn not only foreign languages
but also foreign customs and culture. French Club, for instance,
put on fairy-tale plays in French under the capable direction of
President Maxine Solomon. A trip to a French-speaking section of
Canada was also planned.
In the German Club, President Marty Seltman planned many ex-
cellent programs. The German Carnival, the International Dinner,
and a German pastry bake sale demonstrate the ambition of the
capable and hard-working members. Other activities of the German
Club involved dining at a local German restaurant, singing
4'lieder," dancing German folk dances, and inviting a number of
native German speakers to address the group.
The Spanish Club, like the Russian and French Clubs, was formed
this year. Its projects, co-ordinated by President Michael Graff, have
included helping to build a school in Peru, inviting native speakers
to the meetings, and sponsoring a Spanish movie.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Weinrich, the twenty-five members
of the Russian Club meet three or four times a month to discuss
anything from Russian literature to the lives of its most famous
poets. The club has seen slides and has heard tapes and records
concerning Russia and its people. A Russian Christmas party was
held where all sorts of Russian delicacies, ranging from caviar and
crackers to Russian rum cake, were served.
SPANISH CLUB: Bottom Row: Betty Rothbart, Barbara Baker, Sharon Baraff, Lynn Levenson, Robbie Shapiro, Anita Brotsky, Marily Safyan, Sandra Friedl
lander, Debra Donofrio, Barbara Lifsher. Second Row: Ronna Weinberg, Debbie Cubes, Nada Caplan, Susan Mandler, Mike Graff, Wally Ellman, Seth Eaton,
Judy Kimmel, Rochelle Rosenthal, Kerry Zerelstein. Third Row. Mrs. Whedbee, Arlene Solomom, Sharon Klein, Paula Garret, Rise Freedman, Helen Fields,
Olivia Loeb, Anne Krasne, Adele Kramer, Marcy Kramer, Linda Lewis, Barbara Fitzgerald. Fourth Row. Ken Slone, Leslie Yon, Richard Fishler, David
Faigen, Dave Poher. Second Row: Leon Metley, Barb Rubin, Susan Danovitman, Leslie Ripp.
Officers and exchange students shoot the bull at a Spanis
FRENCH CLUB: Bot-
tom Row: S. Klein, C.
Berman, B. Rubin, L.
Kirslienlmuni, M. Solo-
mon, S. Foreman, C.
Dreshold, L, Alcrie, S.
Slessinger. Second Row:
C. Siev, S. Wolynn. C.
Pickholtz, S. Hirsch, N.
Perrin, M. Lubet, E. Sie-
gul, I. Safyan, M. Smnlo-
ver, B. Goldberg, Miss
Stewart. Third Row: S.
Crise, S. Dunovilz, P.
Davis, B. Siev, B. George,
C. Strasshurgcr, J. John-
son, C. Peterson, A.
Locrkc, H. Cutmacher.
RUSSIAN CLUB: Bot-
lam Row: M. Smolover,
C. McMurtry, A. Loerke,
D. Braverman, A. Kare-
litz, P. Minter, T. Sny-
der, E. Shapiro. L, Toh-
ias. Second Row: R.
Locker, J. Levine, B.
Lewis, B. Friedberg, L.
Rodman, B. Wells, G.
Shapiro, T. Kaszynski,
N. Broner, E. Glaser, R.
Landay. Third Row: B.
Chornyak, A. Lazar, M.
Esman, P. D'Eustachio,
D. Flamberg, M. Klion-
sky, R. Perlis, A. Yalch,
GERMAN CLUB: Boz-
torn Row: S. Munroe, A.
Beley, K. Younger, B.
Schorin, M, Seltman, C.
Canter, K. Figole, H.
Row: Frau Gordon, M.
Schaefer, J. Matthews,
R. Steiner, M. Kaufman,
A. Lazar, H. Sellman, R.
Siegel, A. Radcoff. Third
Row: F. Cymerman, S.
Schneider, C. Hardman,
J. Mandel, R. Schwartz,
T. Lindnhl, N. Lauer, L.
Dohkin. Not Shown: M.
Andrius, E. Passekoff,
N. Lewinter, J. King, J.
Croop, J. Dansker.
CHESS CLUB: Bottom Row: Anita Brotsky, Ruth Mason, Francine Rosenfeld, Ray Grant pres., George Rosenberg, Oded Feingold, Mark Pollock, Dave,
Faigen, Dave Pober. Second Row: Leon Metley, Barb Rubin, Susan Danovitz, Nancy Nelkin, Irv Reichenberg, Helen Fields, Linda Levant, .loey Ackerman,
Lee Sablowsky. Third Row: Bruce Farber, Matt Klionsky, Steve Neustein, Phil Ritt, Bill George, Harold Randall, Gary Feinstein, Mark Snyder, Richard'
Rosenthal, Jim Hurley.
PHE-LEGAL SOCIETY: N. Briskin, C. Mitchell, R. Landay, S. Clark, L.
J. Iwler, G. Harlow. C. Kronzek-Pres., B. Kahn, A. Pomerantz. Third Row
Klater, J. Torcaso. Fourth Raw: -D. Flamberg. F. Orlansky, A. D'Alessando,
The competition and excitement produced by the Chess Club
perhaps have enabled it to remain the oldest club in Allderdice.
Led by President Bay Grant and sponsored by lVl1'. Mason, the forty
members acquire skills and a sense of competition through intra-
club play. At the end of the year the top players compete in the
Inter-scholastic Chess League of Pittsburgh where Allderdice is
always a top competitor.
Kirshenlwaum, B. Kuperstock, B. Beissinger, S. Davison. Second Row: D. Cirdany,
: Nussbaum. S. Flom, M. Weiner, L. Finkel, E. Solomon, M. Weitzman, L.
A. Rosen, M. Rothman, L. Solomon, M. Klionsl-ry, E. Leeds.
Many young men have graduated from Allderdice with an eye t0-
wards law school, but not until this fall has a club been formed!
to cater to this growing group's interests. Chuck Kronzek led the
Pre-Legal Society in visits to the courthouse. crime labs, the Public
Safety Building, and the FBI headquarters. Many prominent at-
torneys also spoke to the 35 members to round off a profitable
They Reached the Heights
Beginners. Intermediates. Experts. Seniors. The Senior Ski Club structiong and if you already know the sport, the club will help you
makes several of the area ski slopes available to Allderdice stu- get to the slopes. Slalom with Phil Mazzocco and his Lhirty bundled-
dents. If you don't ski now, the club will help you get proper in- up companions as they descend the Pennsylvania mountains.
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I have no money," sobs Matt Cold- SKI CLUB: Bottom Row: Richard Levkoy, Robin Morris, Sandy Grobstein, Terry Levi, Lynn
"and besides, if you don't give me Ferber, Phil Mazzocco. Second Row: Lee Finkel, Gary Finkel, Danny Meyers. Third Row: Jeff
trunks, I'll go run around the school Gerson, Fred Carlton, Scott Schneider. Not Shown: Gary Seltman, James Schwartzwalder, Craig
, Hardman, Randee Ponitzman, Martin Seltman.
Bottom Row: Dave Abrams, Bob Cooley, Scott Schneider, Mike Zilial, Lee Terkel, Ace Barash, Rich Kline, Steve Sturm, Howard Schacter,
Row: Dave Germaine, Jack Witt, Wally Shrevka, Darryl Thompson, Larry Levin, Neil Lewinter, Timur Turkdogan, Mike Kalson, Bill
Milt Waclisberg, Andy Petruska. Third Row. Lou Cordon, Armand Kranick, Lee Finkel, Fred Fall, Mike Johan, Gary Weinstein,
Steve Braun, Rich Walker, Guy Collins, Alan Nussbaum, Mickey Pearce, Rick Gottlieb, Larry Dugas. Fourth Row: .loe Nossek,
Bob Brourman, Howard Fishbein, Jimmy Epstein, Wally Ellman, .lon Caplan, Jeff Gerson, Mike Fedoris, Bruce Witt, Charlie
Robinson, Howard Leckenby, Stu Weinbaum, Steve Tursciani.
The kids slouched in their chairs, listening to
the announcements floating over the intercom.
After the announcements ended, they began to
talk to each other, gossiping, discussing, joking.
Suddenly an authoritative voice boomed.
'6May l have your attention, please?" It was
the voice of the Foreword Representative. He,
along with the Yearbook Representative,
"Need your money we sure do
So Weill have the best for you
To the Foreword and yearbook you should
And one more thing fso call it a bribel
If you subscribe to these publications
You'll read the best journalism in the nation
So give us your money and, by the way
When you receive your issue, you'll
be happy that day." '
All of the kids in the homeroom cheered and
flooded the representatives with money.
JUNIOR YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVES: Bottom
Row: Rochelle Lebovitz, Glenda Loggins, Harriet Loeb.
Second Row: Jimmy Cohen, Barry Merenstein, Steve
Hast. Sam Weinstein, David Engel. Third Row: Ray
Goldberg, Linda Levy, Shelly Seigal, Francine Trach-
tenberg, Donald Gross, Buddy Kahan. Fourth Row:
Sharon Mandell, Susie Cooper, Jerzy Stahl, Mike
Safley, Lynn Shufford, Cheryl Norion.
SENIOR YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVES: Bottom Row: Velma Coles Jeannine Dorsey Debbie Norrell Lyn Klrsbenbaum Mona Mandell
Ann Chapko, Nance Gtezmak, Marilyn Marcus. Second Row: Brenda Berkhouse Joyce Lawry Pearl Davis Sandee Lxpp Debbie Caplan .loel MandeU
Robin Morris, Linda Michaliszyn, Kathy Dickman. Third Row Joyce Miller Emily Bloom Diane Maybury Simone Quint, Karen Lazer Ricky Silvers
Cindy Sluman, Franny Kirshner, Jeannine Blank, Jackie 'Perslty Fourth Row Karen Kranlck Denise Cralghead, Debbie Kranick Beva Hertz, B
George, Barbara Snyder, Velva Mathis, Patti Deak, Lois Whitman Pat Hauer
SENIOR FOREWORD REPRE-
SENTATIVES: Bottom Row:
Francine Presser, Mary Sue Baron,
Diane Wolfe, Anne Freidland,
Paula Epstein, Nancy Nelkin, Gail
Lichtenstein. Sheri Engleberg. Sec-
ond Row: Kathy Goodman, Mary
Calaguri, Pearl Davis, Audry
Schirm, Thelma Snyder, Cathy
Siegel, Arlene Torhin, Caren Mar-
cus, Sue Pearlstein, Betty Roth-
bart. Third Row: Joanne Carter,
Margery Beaman, Susie Robin,
Linda Siemon, Debbie Kranick,
Cherie Dresbold, Paula Meyerjack,
Mona Sarkoff, Linda Blum, Alli-
son Loerke. Darlene Glick, Tami
Dunn. Fourth Row: Lee Pollack,
Bill Amdur, Paul Sabo, Paul Gold-
berg, Alan Corn, Brad Simon, Guy
Collins, Ken Sloan, Ronnie Siegal,
JUNIOR FOREWORD REPRESENTATIVES: Bottom Row:
Mike Kupfer, Ronald Roth, Debby Ellenbogen, Alan Katz.
Second Row: Jerry Silverman, Michael Lessing, Bonnie Harris,
Darcy Lester, Ronnie Meyers. Third Row: Sam Weinstein, Bill
Pegher, Kem Seman, Judi Leiberman, Barbara Antin, Michael
Eisenield. Fourth Row: Mark Kholos, Vivienne Radkoff, Glenda
Loggins, Harriet Loeb, David Engel.
The Literary Magazine is a collection of the creative
endeavors of interested students. Under the guidance of
our sponsor, Mr. Wells, a board of editors sorts through
a collection of prose and poetry, selecting the best ef-
forts for revision and eventual publications. Meetings are
scheduled whenever any crisis arises or whenever there
is anything that needs to be done.
Bottom Row: P. Davis, N. Clrinchor, B. Rothbart. Second Row:
S. Friedlander, S. Grobstein, L. Ferber, R. Benkovitz, R. Ehr-
man. Third Row: M. Girdany, S. Light, M. Shure, S. Michael, M.
Lubet, M. Solomon. Fourth Row: Mr. Wells, C. Hulm, A. Stone,
S. Danovitz, R. Levine, M. Shaffel, B. Weschler. Fifth Row: N.
Busis, S. Kreimer, D. Beck, M. Zihal, M. Pollock.
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CAREER CLUB: Bottom Row: B. Handelman, C. Harding, R. Hertz, B. Berkhouse. Second Row: HALL PATROL1 MIS- Wil1iamS0ll, MTS- MOYUS
K. Figole, C. Wolfe, J. Husser, R. Durst, J. Torcasso, J. Klein.
CAREER CLUB: Bottom Row: M. Megant, J. Moore, J. Rappaport, A. Merenstein, M. Caliguiri, I. Zuckerman, R. Weinberg. Second Row: R. Wilson,
Loggins, S. Cooper, M. Krasnow, V. Mandel, D. Graighead, M. Anderson. Third Row: L. Dobrzynski, J. Durcansky, A. Donofrio, M. Laczko, J. Pickholtz,
Kingsbaker, E. Ganely, J. Dillon. Fourth Row: G. Gray, V. Ward, A. Crandy.
STAFF: Boltom Row: Miss Frantz, Mrs. Perego, Miss Ivan. Second Row: Mrs. Mendlow, Miss
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Mrs. Bell, junior office clerk. SENIOR OFFICE STAFF: BOIIOIH Row: Mrs. Ilzcl, Mrs. Mr-als. Second Row: Mrs. Piper, Mrs. Rice, Mrs
Sluckuwitz. Mrs. Bernstein,
The stakes are high in this poker game-81300 to help educate children in Peru.
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"I bought one. And some child in Peru will be glad I did," exclaims Janet Levine.
We did it!
Collique Elementary School 9993, situated on
the outskirts of Lima, Peru, served a com-
munity of 10,000 impoverished families. It was
actually only a thatched but with no heating or
sanitary facilities. Only 75 wooden desks were
available for 600 studentsg the others sat on
rocks or chairs brought from home. As with
most of Peru's public schools, almost all of the!
students dropped out of school before the ninth?
Learning of Colliqueis situation, Allderdice's
students, led by Seth Eaton, launched a fund-
raising drive in conjunction with the School
Partnership program to build a modern four-
room building to replace the thatched hut.
Colorful posters were hung, and buttons were
sold bearing the slogan, 'LBuild a Schoolf'
olunteers sold paper bricks, symbolizing
ach buyer's part in the construction of
the school, for a dollar. Each Allderdice his-
tory class learned the importance of the project
my inviting a Peace Corps worker, a university
rofessor, or an exchange student from South
America to speak on the subject. Each class
'iewed the film, "Beyond Agua Calientef, a
ocumentary describing the construction of a
chool in rural El Salvador.
By the end of the campaign week, Allderdice
ad raised 81525, and by the end of March Lhe
eople of Collique had the school built and
eady for classes to resume in a new school
ade possible by energetic and caring Allder-
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court, one person ready to shoot a foul. The ball turning
quickly in nervous hands, knees bending, skin gleaming with
sweat. Eyes shine, concentrate, assess, the brow furrows.
With a sudden thrust of energy, the ball springs from the
strong hands, shooting upward, out, over to the basket with
the accuracy and force of a spherical guided missile. Reaching
the basket after what seems like hours, the ball lands on its
edge, for a moment balancing there and then . . .
Sports! apprehension, fun, competition, exercise, effort,
pressure, happiness. Somehow, no matter how many people
there might be on a team, it is each individual player who
at some time becomes the object of recognition or evaluation,
who wonders if he does his best and sometimes wonders if
it's all worth it. He experiences both the effort and the
ecstasy of kicking, diving, batting, running, leaping, stretch-
ing, pushing. He makes his goal in football in more than one
wayg he learns how to play a foul but also how to handle
foul play. Sports is the group, but much more it is the in-
.. . the ball hesitated, as its shooter had hesitated, and
finally fell through the hoop.
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Bottom Row: Dave Germaine, Rick Kline, Rich Puciata, Bill Chornyak, Larry Dugoo, Chas Griffin, Armand Kranick, Howie
Leckenby, Pete Ziacan, Fred Carlton, Andy Petruska. Second Row: A Ciovane, Charles Cornyn, Stu Meyers, Guy Collins, Jerry Russo, Joe Nossek, Pat
Mahon, Steve Braun, Don Lilja, Sam Price, Bill Cherevka, Ed Haas, Mickey Pearce. Third Row: Art Lazar, Bill Dejidas, Neil Lewinter, Eric Jones, .lack
Witt, Avrum Levicoff, Rich Fitzgerald, J. Dunlap, Dave Witt, Bill Miller, Ron Dejidas, Ron Lesko, Head Coach John McNertney.
The Dragons Almost Made It t
The big question on Allderdice's football this year was whether we
could win the city championship two years in a row. With returning
lettermen and promising rookies, Allderdice edged Schenley in the season
opener. Running straight ahead, the Dragons were trampled by a Westing-
house team which could really run. A commanding victory over Gladstone
illuminated the team's spiritg then close losses to South Hills and Carrick
dimmed future hopes. But the Allderdice spirit could never be put down.
Winning our remaining games, Allderdice finished with a fine five-three
record. The goal of another city championship was not reached, but Coaches
McNertney, Giovane, Dunlap, and the entire football squad worked hard
toward this goal and learned many things on the way. And that made it
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pointed this year if they were looking
for an impressive win-lose record. The
Allderdice team fought through a long
season of exhibition and city league
games winding up with a five and ten
record. Putting a lot of effort in prac-
tice after school, Coach lVlcNertney and
the entire squad deserved the school's
support during the school year. The
boys learned a little about life from
losing, inasmuch as you have to keep
trying no matter how bad the out-
look is. For the future Taylor All-
derdice basketball has no promising
super-stars, but some talent is there.
And with the school's support you can
never tell what will happen.
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TA .... 63 Thos. Jeff. . 86"
TA .... 44 Allegheny . . 90'
TA .... 36 Gladstone ........ 40'
TA .... 50 Sto-Rox . . . 105'
TA .... 54 Schenley . . . 116
TA .... 52 Peabody ........ 98
TA .... 50 Fifth Avenue 82
TA .... 57 Carrick ........ 74
TA .... 71 Westinghouse 100
TA .... 91 Wash. Voc. 59
TA .... 72 South .......... 69
TA .... 63 Schenley . . . 116
TA .... 48 Peabody ........ 72
TA .... 48 Fifth Avenue 95
TA .... 53 Carrick .... 68
TA .... 90 Westinghouse 85
TA .... 90 Wash. Voc. . 44
TA .... 85 South ..... 77
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Swimmers Capture Title Again
It was another winning year for the Allderdice swim team-
City Champions! No one doubted we would reign as champs for
the second time in three years after Allderdice drowned Peabody,
our closest competition, in the first league meet. In similar fashion,
the rest of the swimming team's opponents were met and conquered.
Finally, in the City Championship meet, Perry fell under the tide
of Allderdice power. Mr. Roth, our excellent coach, worked this
year with a group of boys dedicated to the betterment of the teams.
The swimmers built up the morale of the team by giving tharextra
support which only a certain type of person can give. They were
well rewarded and' hopefully the city championship will continue
to be a tradition of the Allderdice swimming team.
First Row: S. Zeilinger, B. Michaels, D. Abrams, L. Major, H. Hoffman, D. Rosenhloom, A. Lazar, D. Unger. Second Row: Coach Roth, S. Schneider, D. Deaktor,
R. Gottlieb, S. Maharam, S. Haynes, N. Rosenthal, L. Recht, M. Levine. Third Row: S. Tabor, L. Gordon, M. Rosenberg, M. Lando, M. Davis, A. Nussbaum,
R. Mills, B. Howard.
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Picture boys in tee shirts and shorts, on a teeth-chattering afternoon,
running relentlessly. Only the time keepers are watching, and the results
might be heard by a few students on the homeroom bulletin. Imagine
someone spending seven days a week practicing, running alone so that
he can perhaps improve his time by a few seconds. These are TA's
Cross Country runners, determined and hard workers. This year no im-
pressive record in the city league or city championship was seen. But
the boys tried hard, giving a large part of their time and energy each
day. And who could ask .for more?
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CROSS COUNTRY: Bottom Row: Matt Goldsmith, Tom Pesyna, Bob Levy, Tom Rosensweet, Ted Kwalwasser, Ace Barash, Milt Jacobson.
Tom Nickel, Mike Silver, Jeff Levenson, Rick Walker, Steve Turcsany, Timur Turkdogan, Lee Terkel, Dave Schneider, Bruce Witt, Tim Fitzgerald,
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The bat and glove men of Allderdice once again compiled
an excellent season record in one of TA's most famed sports.
Strong pitching was responsible for most of the victories,
whereas hitting is usually the team's forte. A well mixed
group of returning lettermen and freshmen carried the team
to the heights they attained. Coach Dunlap, in his first year
as baseball coach, united the entire baseball team by extensive
practice, making their excellent season record well deserved.
Allderdice's batsmen are always on the ball.
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Kalson, Fall, Thompson, Sturm, Stearn. Third Raw: Bopp fFieId Mgr.J, Antin, Levin fMgr.J, Winograd CMgr.l, Lammie, Lewinter fMgr.J, Rosen-
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TA Golfers Tee Off
VARSITY GOLF TEAM: Richard Brourman, John Caplan, Avrum Levicoff, Jack Shea,
James Epstein, Dennis Steranchak.
Track: A Six Ring Sport
SENIOR TRACK TEAM: Bottom Row: Fred Johnson, Ricci Sholock, James Coles, Thomas Pesyna, Ira Neaman, Bruce Witt, Richard Kline, Art Seng.
Second Row: Don Kirkland, Michael Steger, Tim Fitzgerald, Dan Borrelli, Steve Neustein, Michael Samuels, Ron Delidas, Bruce Ross, George Eason,
Floyd Coles, Third Row: Coach Robert Gillespie, James Faulks, James Bums, Art McSorley, Michael Silver, Steve Turcsanyi, Ace Barash, Bill Verbin, Lee
Morsaint, Steve Somogye, Richard Cimino, Ivan Coles, Coach DiFebo.
There are many hurdles to cross before you can obtain victory. The track team just ran over all other competition.
Allderdice's track team had an excellent chance of finishing near
he top of the city competition this year. Containing an arsenal
if strong runners, pole vaulters, discus throwers, hurdlers, jumpers,
md shot putters, united by team spirit, Allderdice was a powerful
rack threat this year. But it takes more than just great individual
ithletes and spirit to produce a winning team. The athletes must
re coordinated through long hours of practice under the direction
f the coach. Allderdice had such a team this year under Coach
illespie, and their finish near the top confirmed this.
f J U N I O R TR A C K
1 TEAM: First Row: C.
Hazley, M. Holahan, J.
Sigal, R. Durst, E.
Blain, A. Mallinger, J.
Candel, J. Kacsuta. Sec-
ond Raw: D. Halloway,
J. Shapiro, H. Ferguson
R. Miller, R. Pease, E.
Recht, R. Sapp, E, Bed.
dard, C, Batko, R. Lazar,
Third Row: Coach Lam-
prinakos, J. Markowitz,
J. Blattner, J. Johan, M.
Sailey, M. Horvitz, S.
Hamlin, E. Schreiber,
M. Chapko, D. Frisch-
This year Coach Mason and the tennis team looked forward
to an unprecedented fourth consecutive city championship. The
netters started the season off right with four straight victories,
including a crucial victory over arch-rival Peabody. The question
remained, however, whether Allderdice's team could win a fourth
straight title. The team was a fine one, consisting of many returning
lettermen-two undefeated and one a two-time city champion. Win-
ning consistently in both singles and doubles competition, the tennis
team did bring a city record to Allderdice athletics.
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TENNIS TEAM: Bottom Row: Howard Lowy, Bruce Amshel, Michael Wilks, Rick Stern. Second Row: Dave Meyers,
Weinstein, Dave Kahn. Bob Stern, Lee Finkel. Third Row: Mr. Mason, Allan Rosen, Martin Davis, Milt Wachs-
Mark Jacobsen bends over backwards for the Junior Swim Team.
JUNIOR LEADERS: Bottom Row: Cindy Mikula, Barbara Taba-
chnick, Robin Kramer, Carylotta Harding. Second Row: Elayne
Gordon, Patty Siemon, Valerie Coburn. Third Row: Linda Downey,
.lane Curran, Myra DeLuca, Lori Shutzberg. Fourth Row: Kathy
Brown, Rochelle Lehowitz, Cheryl Moroians, Raceen Williams.
gil? Row: Lynn Shufford, Marlene Price, Debbie Nash, Randee
F ifty-three outstanding gymnasts pursue their interests through the Senior
and Junior Leaders Clubs. Under the leadership of Co-Presidents Nancy
Lloyd and Donna Osburn and Sponsor Mrs. DeLuca, the Senior Leaders
Club provides Allderdice's senior high girls with the opportunity to compete
with each other in hockey, speedball, basketball, volleyball, and softball.
The members also participate in city-wide "play days" in which they com-
pete with other senior high girls.
The Junior Leaders Club, with the aid of Sponsor Mrs. Pittman and
President Barbara Tabachnick, provides its members with the incentive
to form a sense of responsibility by continuously rating them on various
aspects of character. At the end of the year, the girl with the highest rating
in personal appearance, responsibility, cooperation, and good citizenship wins
the Superior Leader Medal. Members of both clubs help their gym teachers
in such tasks as taking roll, officiating at intramural games, and organizing
the class if the teacher is detained. Through the activities of their clubs
Junior and Senior Leaders gain a sense of responsibility.
SENIOR LEADERS: Bottom Row: L. Lee, C. Hurley, K. Kramer, D. Osburn, N
Lloyd, S. Grobstein, I. Epstein, V. Coles, K. Tench. Second Row: N. Devaul, I. Zucke
man, K. Citolea, H. Gruenebaum, A. Bobinsky, D. Kulisek, B. Zieker, B. Fitzgerald,
Baker, C. Iannotta, D. Brooks. Third Row: R. Golden, D. Maybury, E. Kramer,
Eckert, S. Davison, D. Esman, M. Altschuler, S. Tabachnick, L. Robinson, M. Smith
K. Malkoif, G. Cray.
VSOCCER: Bottom Raw: William Saunders, Lee Marks, Jeff Harlick, Barry Belansky, Mark Hoffman, Cary Harris, Jerry Stahl, Paul Surgent, Chester
Bernstein. Second Row: Michael Labishak, Elliot Recht, Tom Netzfer, James DeGore, Hal Treelisky, Ed Solomon, J. D. Ellman, Joe Blattner, John
Singer, Uzel Finney, Eric Creve. Third Row: Richard Meyers, Andrew Behrend, James Barkan, Alan Mallinger, Richard Miller, Mark Jacobson, John Kacsuta,
Alan Levi, Mark Paul, Michael Damico.
JUNIOR SWIM TEAM: BOIIOIIL Row: Bill Shore,
lan Pearlstein, Bruce Lazarus, Mike Clarke,
ichard Quinn, Henry Weiner, Neil Wasserman.
econd Row: Joe Beley, Richard Haffner, Joel
osenbloom, Charles Rosenthal, Mark Mandler,
Alan Levy, Scott Coodson, Steve Goodwin, Ed
Ezolomon, Mark Jacobson. Third Row: Elliot
echt, Coach DiFeb0, Jeff Block, Steve Hausman,
Glen Nathan, Chester Bernstein, Steve Lieberman,
IIS?-vc Decktor, Alan Levy, Steve Weitzman, Jeff
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dvr, Edith Edwards, Beth Tabor. Second Row: Carol Malvin, Shellic Segal, Robin Kramer, Barbara Tabach-
nivk, Barbara Shcinlrcrg, Kim Steiner, Lynn Rubin. Third Row: Mrs. Fair, Aimee Levenson, Madeline
Silverman, Wendy Lippman, Sara Davis, Roxanne Deakker, Jan Silverman. Polly Povejsil.
Cartwheels and Megaphones
MAJORETTES: Bottom Row: Debbie Braver, Trisha McGee, Sheila Parszyk. Second Row: Vinetta Balogh, Trisha Pollard,
Barbara Morrison, Mr. DiPasquali, Denise Smecker, Doreen Zinoble,AudriSchirm.
CHEERLEADERS: L to R: Eileen Murphy, Ruth Ehrman, Donna Limlur. Kathy Kramer, Sharon llarroff, Barbara Lifsher, Barbara
Lichernmn, Kathy Abrams.
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jot a team . . ." shout Allderdice's Junior
iheerleaders. Headlined by Captain Bar-
vara Tabachnick, the Junior Cheerleaders
irovide "extra" support for our Junior
Varsity and Junior High teams. Mrs. Mc-
Dowell coaches this feature attraction, en-
wbling them to liven up game time.
een Murphy and Barbara Lifsher jump for joy
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JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS: Bottom Row: Barbara Tahaclmick, Linda Rosenberg. Second Row: Cindy
Mikula holding Linda Downey, Judi Marroni, Anita Schutzer, Robin Kramer holding Davida Feldman.
HOMECOMINC CHEERLEADERS: Left to Right: Tom Lampl, Mark Pollock, Mike Small, Billy Wedner,
Tom Sapper, Wally Ellman, Wally Pease, Lou Gordon.
The Allderdice majoreltcs add a lilllc halftime entertainment during
After graduation from high school, a student wants to look
back at former friends, classmates, school organizations, and
community businesses that shaped his high school life. The Ad
Section provides a way for underclassmen to say goodbye to
their senior friends. In looking back a graduate recognizes
many familiar names, faces, and places.
This section also contains pictures of seniors waving good-
bye to their classmates and wishing them luck. When flipping
through this section, a graduate remembers the many excit-
ing moments and personalities of high school years. He pays
special attention to the school organizations to which he
belonged, recalling the successes and failures of these clubs,
and remembering the people who shared his interests and
Advertisements placed by community businesses remind
graduates of sto1'es that they patronized and passed daily. The
advertisements illustrate important elements of each student's
Bes+ of Luck SQUIRREL HILL
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Barbara Lieberman, Sharon Baraff, Ruih Ehrman. Bed Wishes From
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Francbescbini, Diane Crecy, Ann Krasne. Susan McMillan, Jackie Persky, Nancy Lazear, Debby Glick, Roberta Leboxs
Lyn Levenson, Jane Bolcsbazy, Barbara Morrison, Claire Rosenberg. Third Row: Richard Levkay, Carl Metosky, Kerry Rudt
Mark Harris, Don Scanlon, Leslie Maier. Ed Steger, Larry Bligent, Dave Sachs. Tom Cbeigi, Dave Peters. Fourth Row: Jules
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Farewell from the
SENIORS OF 313
Best Wishes to the Seniors
to the Senior
Presiclenlz Paula Maizlish Secrelary: Debbie Blain
Vice-Presidenls: Karen Samuels Treasurer: Joyce Shapiro
Janef Friedman Assislanf Treasurer: Jeanne Pa'Hon
Senior Homeroom 412 Soyz
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"We're Gonna' Miss Yo"'
Good Luck From H.R. 265
Sieve Braun 68
Fred Carlfon 67, 68
Bill Chornyak 67, 68
Guy Collins 68
Bob Cherevicka 68
Charles Cornyn 67, 68
Ron Diiidas 68
Dave Germaine 67, 68
Charles Griffen 66, 67, 68
Ed Haas 68
Rich Kline 67, 68
Armand Kranick 67, 68
Ari Lazar 68
Howard Leckenby 67. 68
Bob Levy 67
Neil Lewinier 67, 68
Ron Lesko 68
Pai Mahon 67, 68
Mike Pearce 68
Andy Peiruska 67, 68
John WiH' 68
Dave Wi'H 68
Ace Barash 66. 67, 68
Tim Fifzgerald 68
Mali Goldsmiih 67
Bob Lev 68
Dave Schneider 68
Lee Terkel 67, 68
Sieve Turisnyi 68
Timur Turkdogan 67, 68
Rich Walker 67, 68
Bruce Wifi 68
Skip Barr 69
Guy Collins 69
Mike Fedoris 68, 69
Pai' Mahon 69
Dave Meyers 69
Joe Nosseck 69
William Poole 69
Bruce Schmil' 69
Bill Urbin 69
Good Luck to Our i969 Graduates
The Varsity Club
V. Presidenl'-Mike Fedoris
Dave Abrams 68, 69
Marlin Davis 68, 69
Dan Deakfor 68, 69
Louis Gordon 68, 69
Ricky GoHlieb 67, 68, 69
Blaise Howard 69
Sieve Haynes 69
Howard Hoffman 69
Ari' Lazar 68, 69
Mike Levine 69
Sian Maharam 69
Bob Michaels 67, 69
Bob Mills 69
Al Nussbaum 68, 69
Larry Rechi' 69
Mark Rosenberg 69
Dave Rosenbloom 69
Ned Rosenfhal 69
Sco'H Schneider 67, 68, 69
Dave Unger 69
Siu Weinbaum 68
Harry Zalinger 69
Ace Barash 67, 68
Sieve Braun 68
Ma'H' Goldsmifh 67, 68
Rich Kline 68
Lyn Nys'l'ron 68
Andy Pefruska 68
Jay Robinson 68
Timur Turkdogan 68
Sieve Turisanyi 68
Rich Walker 68
Bruce Wi'H 68
George Benko 69
Sieve Braun 68, 69
Bill Chornyak 68
Larry Dugas 69
Ellie? Faigen 69
Howard Fishbein 67
Mike Korenoski 69
Armand Kranick 67, 68
Jeff Levenson 68, 69
Richard Mazer 69
Lee Pollack 69
Mark Pollack 69
Phil Rechl 69
Eric Sleiner 69
John Ward 68
Dave Wifi' 69
Roberl' Cooley 68
Mar+in Davis 68
Waller Ellman 67, 68
Lee Finkels 68
Mili' Wachsberg 67, 68
Gary Weinsiein 68
Fred Fall 68
Mike Fedoris 68, 69
Gary Gerson 68, 69
Jeff Gerson 68, 69
Mike Johan 68
Mike Kalson 68
Larry Levin 68, 69
Neil Lewin'l'er 69
Howard Schacier 67, 68
Sieve Siurn 67, 68
Darryl Tompson 68
Bob Brourman 68
John Caplan 67
Jim Epslein 68
Mike Zihal 68
Congrafulafions to fhe Seniors
On April 22, 1969, Allerdice lost a devoted friend. Miss Zinn served as an
office clerk under all of Allderdice's principals. She made many lasting friend-
ships among the faculty and staff. And the student body loved her as a friend
as well as a helpful secretary. Miss Zinn took great pride in TA's athletic and
academic achievements. She also shared in our school's daily problems. For
instance, not too long ago a large fight started in front of the senior office.
When Miss Zinn noticed the trouble, she hurried without hesitation to solve the
problem. She walked directly into the center of the fight and broke it up. Her
understanding of the students enabled her to control this group because physically
Miss Zinn certainly would not match the strength of the brawlers!
Miss Zinn also attended Allderdice proms each year. To Miss Zinn, Allderdice
meant more than just a place to work. And she meant more than just an em-
ployee to everyone here. She contributed a great deal to Allderdice's develop-
ment. We are all deeply grieved by her death.
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Allderclice s+uden+s mean more 'ihan iusi' highschool lcicls +o ihe Piffsburgh com-
muni+y. As consumers, 'lhey comprise one of 'lhe mos+ influeniial elemenis considered
by sfore owners, who order such ifems as cloihing, books, magazines, and even foods
such as pina and popcorn wifh high school lcicls in mind.
As employees, Allclerclice sfudenis have become quife aciive, worlcing as salesmen
checlc-oui' clerlss, babysiflers, and gas sfafion aH'enc.lanl's. They also serve as badly-
needed volunfeers in hospifals, communify cenfers, 'luforing services, and religiou:
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, And, nafurally, Allderdice s1uden+s frequenl' many of PiH'sburgl1's pleasure spois:
blaygrounds, resiauranis, movies, Iigl1+ shows, concer+s, plays, and ball games.
1 Allderdice sfuden+s look a+ ihemselves as ius+ kids going aboui' iheir individual
usinessg buf members of fhe Pi'H'sburgh communi+y see fhem as a group of big
penders, hard workers, and pleasure seekers.
--f ' Z
The collecied images, ihe picfure
flashes in your mind of +he lasf
four years, are loclxed securely info
place, iusi' as one who collecis bu+-
ier-Flies closes his full drawer and
an empiy one.
Hours of sfudy for iesis ihai no
Efforis for now insignificani' pro-
Worry for long-defunci relafionships
Laughs for whai now seem humorless lesfs
Tears for now childish iraumas.
And waifing fo release a rainsiorm of
Buf ending up wifh only a spaHer.
The pei-iiness, ihe wasies of fime,
The boredom. fhe cloying roufine
of Allderdice are now behind you.
Buf behind you. foo. are +hose excifing
momenfs when a concepf suddenly became
clear, when your 'Firs+ dafe was
in sfudy hall, when you firs+ smiled a+
your fufure bes+ friend. when you go+
elecied as an officer of your club.
And behind you, foo, are liifle ihings
like iusf having a good day or geH'ing
an A on a difficulf +es+ or adding fo
fhe heap already piling up in your mind
anoiher idea of wha? you are.
Wi+h gradua+ion from fhis school,
A mass of dayiime hours
Now empfy 'lheir iwelve-year build-up
Of classes and Pavlov-like bells.
Hollow, +he hours wai+ fo be filled
By a new hind of Individual,
Wi+h no "Allclerdice" now in fron? of
His +ifle-Jusf a space
Thai' he can fill in la'l'er 'lo show
Whaf lrind of Individual he's decided
Thai' he is.
CATHY ABRAMS-Cheerleader 1115, Capt
1125, Foreign Exchange Student to Peru 1115,
Sec of Student Council 1125, Sec of Homeroom
1125, FTA 110-125, Red Cross Comm 19-115.
AP Classes 1125.
JOSEPH ACKERMAN-Chess Club 111-125,
Production Mgr of Junior High Newspaper 195,
Homeroom Treas 1105, Intra Sports, Varsity
Basketball 195, National Junior Honor Society
19-125, Stage Crew 195.
BARBARA ADLER-Anhinga Society, SUN.
FTA-Schnlarship Chairman, Sr Student Council
Rep, AP Classes, Homeroom Pres.
JOHN ALBRECHT-Sec Homeroom 1105, OVT
Drafting Design 1125, Homeroom Treas 195,
Spanish Club 1105.
LEE ALEXANDER-Intra Sports, Yearbook
Rep, Homeroom Treas, Chess Club, Choir,
Prom Comm, BSCS Biology.
CLARE AMBROSE-Jr Medical Room Aide
110-115, Ski Club 1125.
MICKY AMBROSIO-Distributive Education,
DECA Club, FTA.
WILLIAM AMDUR-Homeroom Pres 1105, AP
Classes 111-125, Foreword Staff 111-125, Sr
Class Treas, Tennis Team 195, Intra Sports.
LINDA ANDERSON-SUN, Redcross Youth
Services Staff, Literary Magazine Staff, Biol-
ANITA ANDREYCHEK-SUN 1115, Library
Club 111, 125 Social Comm 1125, Trees of Sr
Sewing Class 1125, Athletic Promotion Comm
1125, FBLA 1125.
MAXINE B. ANDRIUS-German Club 111-125,
Psycho-Biology Club 1125.
MICHAEL ANOLIK-Swimming Team 195, In-
SALLY APTER-Homeroom V-Pres 1125,
Homeroom Sec-Treas 1105, Sr Leaders 1105,
Sec Sr Leaders 1115, Treas of Band 1125, Red
Cross Comm 1115, Library Bulletin Board Staff
JAMES ARMSTRONG-Track Team 195, Fore-
word Rep 1105, Homeroom Pres 1115, Track
Team 1125, Library Club.
IRWIN ARONSON-Spanish Club 1125, Print
Foreman 111-125, Sr Fund Raising
Committee 1125, Intra Sports 19-125.
HOWARD AUERBACH-Sr Student Council,
Fund Raising Comm, Homeroom V-Pres 111-
125, Jr Achievement 1115, Hall Patrol.
DONALD BACKER-Math Club 111-125, AP
Chemistry Club 1125, SUN 111-125, A
Orchestra 19-125, AP Classes 111-125, Scholars
Program, PHEA Certificate of Merit.
RONALD BACKER-AP Classes, Scholars Pro-
gram, Homeroom V-Pres 19-105, Sr Discussion
Club 1125, SUN 111-125, A Orchestra 19-125
Mu Alpha Theta 111-125.
JOYCE BADER-AP Classes 111-125, Choir 5
110-125,-Anhinga Society 111-125, Literary
Magazine Staff 110-125, Sr Leaders 110-115.
SUSAN BAILS-Homeroom Pres 195, Home-
coming Comm 1125, SUN 1115, B Orchestra,
Foreword Rep 1105.
JUDITH BAKER-Cartoonist School Newspaper,
FTA Publicity Chairman, SUN, Prom Deco-
rating Comm, Library Bulletin Board Staff,
AP USH, Intra Sports.
STEVE BAKER-AP Classes, Chess Club,
VINETTA BALOGH-Social Comm, Majorettes,
Prom Decorating Comm, Red Cross 110-115,
Pep Club 110-115, Foreword Cartoonist.
MARY SUE BARAN-A Choir 1125, Medical
Room Aide 1115, Social Comm 1125, Foreword
Rep 1125, Homecoming Decorating Comm
ACE BARASH-Varsity Cross Country Team
110-125 Captain 1125, Varsity Track Team
110-125, AP Classes 111-125, All-City Sr High
School Orchestra 19-125, Varsity Club 110-125,
Key Club 19-125.
RICHARD BARISH-Photographer for Fore-
word and Yearbook, AP Classes 111-125,
Bridge Club Pres 1125, SUN, Build A School
In Peru Cabinet Member, Science Club, A
.l USTIN E BA RN ES-312
JANICE BASKIN-Art Bulletin Board, Comm
Head for Prom Decoration, Hockey.
ROBERT BAUR-OVT Electronics 1-II, AP
Physics, Varsity Track, Varsity Football, Intra
Sports, Cmss-Country Team.
TONY BAVER-Football 110-115, Hall Patrol
111-125, Foreword Staff 1105.
JANET BEACHAM-SUN-Treas, Math Club, Sr
Discussion Club, Science Research Club,
Anhinga Society, Prom Comm, AP Classes.
ALICE BEDDARD-Sr Office
FBLA 1125, Service Club 1125.
SHELDON BENOWITZ-Stage Crew-Asst Tech
Director, Homeroom V-Pres 1125, Adv Metal
Shop, Intra Sports 1125, Jr Swim Team,
Foreword Rep, Metal Shop Foreman.
CELIA BERMAN-Math Club 111-125, French
Club 1125, Sr Fund Raising Committee 1125,
AP Classes, Scholars Program, FTA 1105, A
LARRY BERNSTEIN-Swim Team, Research
Club, Anhinga Society.
JUDITH BLACK-Foreword Staff-Feature
writer, SUN, Medical Room Aide.
DEBORAH BLAIN-FTA 110-125 Sec of FTA
1125, Psychology Club 1115, A-Choir 111-125,
AP US History.
SALLY BLOCK-SUN 111-125, Library Staff
19-125, Hrmeroom Sec-Treas 111-125, Debate
Club 1115, FTA 1105, Hatchet Comm 1125,
Foreword Rep 195.
SHARON BORRELLI-FBLA 111-125, Service
Club, Library Club, Sr Office Aide, Counselor
Aide, Gregg and Typing Awards.
DUANE BRADLEY-Intra Sports 19-125.
DAPHNE BRAVERMAN-AP Biology, Russian
Club Sec, Student Council Rep 195.
GERALD BRENNEMAN I1-Prom Comm, Ski
Club, Publicity Comm.
LYNNE BRENNER-Psychology Club 1115,
Homeroom Treas 195, Yearbook Rep 1105,
Foreword Rep 19-105.
ROBERT BREWER-SOC, Human Relations,
Hall Patrol, Prom Comm, Student Council,
JAMES BROAD-Key Club 110-125, Sr Class
Social Comm, Sr Class From Entertainment
Comm, A Choir.
JOYCE BROADUS-Prom Comm, Library Club,
Intra Sports 19-105.
NANCY BROFF-Sr Discussion Club 1125,
Bridge Club 1115, Sr Ski Club, AP Classes,
AP Chemistry Club.
NANCY BRONER-Foreword Distribution Staff
1121, Red Cross Comm 19-101, Pep Club 1111,
Russian Club 1121, Foreword Rep 191, Hill
House Comm, Choir 191.
DONNA BROOKS-Chairman Music Comm for
Prom, Social Comm, SUN, A Choir, Sr
Leaders, Homecoming Comm, All City Choir.
ANITA BROTSKY-A Choir 1121, All City
Choir 1121, Chess Club 110-121, Science Club
1121, Library Staff 1111, Scholars Program
18-121, AP Spanish 1121.
ROBERT BROURMAN-Golf Team 110-111,
Varsity Club 110-111, Homeroom Officer
110-111. Foreword Rep 1111.
SHERRY BROURMAN-Home for Crippled
Children Comm, Homecoming Comm.
DEBORAH BROWN-Counselors Aide, Prom
Comm, Human Relations Comm.
MICHAEL BROWN-Homeroom Pres 191,
Homeroom Sports 19-121, Softball Team 191,
Football Team 1101.
CYNTHIA BROWNE-FTA, Creative Writing
Club, Red Cross Comm, "Comment" Staff, Sr
Medical Room Aide, Art Class Social Comm.
KENNY BUETTNER-Softball Team 191, Intra
BARBARA BUGOSH-FTA 111-121. Library
Club 110-111, Sr Office Aide 1121, Prom
Comm, Homecoming Comm. Social Comm, Sr
Medical Room Aide 1111.
SAMUEL BUNDRIDC E--Scholars Program.
NEIL BUSIS--Sec-Cen of Western Pa SUN
1121, SUN 19-111. Math Club 111-121, AP
Classes 111-121, Humoroom Pres 191.
JOYCE CALLOWAY-Prom Comm, Choir.
DEBRA CAPLAN-Debate Club 110-121, Sr
Discussion Club 1121, A Orchestra 111-121, All
City Orchestra 111-121, AP Classes, Scholars
Program, Student Council 19-101, Sr Leaders
FRANCES CAPLAN-FTA, Student Council
1101, Student Council Athletic Promotion
Comm 110-121, Pep Club 1111. Sr Newspaper
1121, Yearbook Rep 191.
JAY CAPLAN-Homeroom Treas 1121, Home-
room V-Pres 1111, Math Club 1121, Spanish
Club 1121, Prom Comm 1121, AP Classes.
JOHN CAPLAN-Golf Team 110-121, Varsity
Club 110-121, Machine Shop Foreman 110-121.
NADA CAPLAN-Spanish Club 1121. Medical
Aide, Foreword Rep 110-111, Jr Swimming
Team, lntra Sports.
CLIFFORD CARCIA-A Choir 110-121.
FREDERICK CARLTON-Varsity Football 110-
121, Varsity Club 111-121, .lr Softball Team
191, Sr Ski Club, Intra Sports, Golf Team
JOANNE CARTER-FBLA, Service Club, Prom
goanm, Yearbook Rep, Foreword Rep, Office
WARREN CARTER-Key Club, President,
SUN, Foreword Staff, Director Allderdice
Broadcasting System, A Orchestra, Human
Relations, Student Council.
PATRICIA CARTIFF-Hatchet Comm.
SUNG-IN CHANC-AP Classes, OVT Drafting.
LINDA CHICHVAK-Sr Leaders, lntra Sports,
Gregg and Typing Awards, Social Comm, ,lr
and Sr Office Aide.
WILLIAM CHORNYAK-Stage Crew 110-121,
Varsity Football 110-121, Varsity Volleyball
110-111, Varsity Track 1111, Varsity Club
111-121, Russian Club 1121, Metal Shop
TONIA CICCIONE-Yearbook Rep 1111, Sec of
Homeroom 1111, Medical Room Aide 1121,
ERIC CITRON-A Capella Choir.
MARY SHERRY CLARK-Pre-Legal Society, A
Band, Art 5x, Counselors Aide.
MARK CLOSE-Intramural Basketball 1121,
CAROL COHEN-Senior Social Comm 1121,
Scholars'Progran1 19-121, AP Biology Club
111-121. Psychology Club 1111, A Choir 1121,
Intra Sports-Jr. Leaders 19-111, Prom Comm
CATHY COHEN-Senior Social Comm 1121,
Prom Comm 1121, Red Cross Comm 1111, SUN
110-111, Student Council Athletic Promotion
Comm 1101, Scholars Program, AP Classes.
DONALD COHEN-Math Club, Pub Comm, AP
Classes, World Affairs Forum, Student Council,
HOWARD COHEN-All City Orchestra 110-121,
A Orchestra 19-121, Centers for Musically
HOWARD COHEN-Anhinga Society, Biology
II, Hall Patrol.
JEFFERY COHEN-AP Calculus, Ski Club,
Biology Club, Intro Sports 19-121.
VELMA COLES-Senior Leaders, Prom Deco-
rating Comm, Sr Class Social Comm, Yearbook
Rep, Intra Sports.
.IAY COLKER-Key Club, Debate Club, A Choir,
Anhinga Society, Homeroom Pres 19-101, Chess
,IUDITI-I COLKER-Make-up Comm, Class Play
RICHARD COLWELL-OVT Electronics I 8 II.
RICHARD CONNORS-Football Team.
DEBORAH COOK-Sr Prom Comm, Library
ANN COOLEY-FTA 111-121, Psychology Club
ALAN CORN-Marching Band, Concert Band,
All-City Band, Key Club. Sr Class Hatchet
Comm, PMEA Sr and ,Ir Band.
CINDY CROSSEN-AP Classes.
DAVID DAMICK-Russian Club, AP Classes,
Publications School Store Rep.
DAVID DANOVITZ-Key Club 110-111, Hall
Patrol 1121, Biology II 1121.
SHERRI DANOWITZ-Pep CLUB, Psychology
Club, Medical Room Aide.
LAURA DAVIS-Service Club 1121, Sr Class
Social Comm, Foreword Rep 1111, AP Classes
111-121, Library Art Staff 19-101, Foreword
Publicity Staff 1101, Literary Magazine 191.
MARTIN DAVIS-Sr Discussion Club 1121,
Swim Team 110-121, World Affairs Forum
1121, Tennis Team 110-121, Literary Magazine
1121, Varsity Club 110-121.
PEARL l.1AVlS-Foreword and Yearbook Rep,
French Club, Pre-Legal Society, A Orchestra.
PENNY DAVIS-Sr Discussion Club, Math
Club, SUN, Art Editor, Green Light, Ski Club,
Anhinga Society, Creative Club.
THOMAS DAVIS-Sr Newspaper Staff.
PATRICIA DEAK-Yearbook Rep 19-121, A
Choir 111-121, A Choir Ensemble 1121, Sr
DANIEL DEAKTER-Swim Team, Key Club,
Science Club, Varsity Club, Pres Homeroom
1111, AP Class.
EUGENE DEKTOR-A Choir 111-121, Centers
For the Musically Talented 1121, All-City
Choir 111-121, Music Man Cast, Sr Play Cast.
KENNETH DEMMLER-Intra Basketball 1121.
MARK DICKSON-Key Club, Intra Sports.
MATTHEW DIGGORY-Foreword Staff, De-
bate, AP Classes.
PATRICIA DI MARZIO-Newspaper Rep, Stu-
dent Council Rep.
RACHAEL DINKIN-A Choir, Prom Comm,
Red Cross, .lr Medical Room Aide, Intramurals
INA DOBKIN-.lr Medical Room Aide, Library
Staff, Homeroom Sec 1115, Prom Decoration
IRWIN DOBRUSHIN-Intra Sports.
LAURA DOLFI-Library Staff 1125, Class Play
Afiywork 1121, Prom Comm 1121, Class Play
MARSHA DOBRZYNSKI-Sr Office Aide, Sr
DEBBIE DONOFRIO-FTA, Prom Decorating
Comm, FBLA, Spanish Club.
JOHN DONOFRIO-Science Club, OVT Draft-
ing Design 1Foreman1, Homeroom V-Pres
1111, Homeroom Treas 1125, Chess Club 195.
PATSY DONOFRIO-Hall Patrol.
JEANNINE DORSEY-Prom Comm, Homeroom
Sec, .lr Office Aide, All City Choir, A
Cappella Choir, Yearbook Rep, Social Comm.
LAWRENCE DUGAS-Football, Volleyball,
Varsity Club, OVT Drafting and Design.
GEORGE EASON-Jr Football, Sr Football
SETH EATON-Chairman of Build A School iri
Peru Fund Drive, Moderator of Sr Discussion
Club, Pres World Affairs Forum, Debate Club
110-111, Student Council 111-125, SUN 111-125,
RUTH EHRMAN-A Orchestra, Debate Club
110-125, FTA 110-125, Creative Writing Club,
V-Pres Homeroom 1115, AP Classes, Alternate
HOWARD ELBLING-Key Club 1111, SUN,
Math Club 1111, Homeroom V-Pres 1101, Intra
Sports 19-125, AP Classes, Foreword.
WALTER ELLMAN-Varsity Tennis Team 110-
121, Foreword Sports Editior, Cross Country
Team 1105, Spanish Club Treas 1121, Varsity
C1511 111-121, Debate Club 110-115, Math Club
ALAN ELOVITZ-Key Club 111-121, Prom
Publicity Comm, Treas of Homeroom 110-111,
SUSAN ENCEL-Basketball Intramurals 19-101,
Volleyball Intramural 1101, Business Dept Asst
111-121, Home Ec Asst.
JAMES EPSTEIN-Varsity Golf Team 110-121.
Varsity Club 1125, Varsity Club 1125, SUN
1111, Student Council 110. 125, Homerco-n
Pres 111-125, Scholars Program, Honorable
Mention National Gallery of Art Essay Contest.
MICHAEL EMAN-Russian Club, French Club,
Service Club, World Affairs Forum.
CAROL EVANS-Building School in Peru, Hall
Patrol, Spanish Club.
DAVID FAIGEN-Yearbook Copy Staff, Chess
Club. Math Club, SUN, School Store, AP
Classes, Anhinga Society.
JAMES FAULKS-,lr Track 195, Sr Track 1125.
MICHAEL FEDORIS-Capt Basketball Team
1121, Letters in Basketball 111-121, Letters in
Baseball 110-121, Homeroom Pres 1121. Stu-
dent Council Rep 1125, AP Calculus, V-Pres
TERRY FEILER-A Choir 1121, OVT Drafting
8: Design 1121, Pres Homeroom 1121.
TERRY FEINBERG-Student Council 19-125,
Homeroom Pres 111-125, Red Cross Comm
110-115, Sr Discussion Club 1121, Anhinga
Society 1125, Student Council Faculty Chair-
man, AP Classes.
ODED FEINCOLD-Y-Pres Science Club, Ac-
tivities Director Math Club 111-125, Chess
Team, Sr Class Social Comm 1121, AP Classes,
All City Band 19-101.
MARC FELDMAN-AP Classes, Scholars Pro-
gram, Chemistry Club 1125. Creative Writing
Club 1115, Literary Magazine 19-101.
ROBIN FELDMAN-Red Cross Club 1101,
Foreword Rep 1115. Pep Club 1115.
SHERMA FELDMAN-FTA 110-121, Yearbook
1121, Red Cross 110-111, SUN 1115, Student
Council Rep 1105, Scholars Program 18-125,
Understanding the Arts 15x1.
LYNN FERBER-SUN 111-125, Sr Discussion
Club 1125, Psycho-Biology Club 1125, Fore-
word Staff 111-125, Prom Comm 1125, Ski
Club 1121, Scholars Program 18-121, FROG.
CHARLES FIELDS-DECA, Captain Hall Pa-
trol, Member 600 Club, Cafeteria Staff.
HELEN FIELDS-Chess Club 111-125, Prom
Connn 1121, Sr Publicity Comm, Spanish Club
1121, FTA 1101.
DEBORAH FINE-Sr Medical Room Aide 1121,
Hatchet Comm 1125, Homeroom Aide 1121.
EDWARD FINE-Football Team, Homeroom
V-Pres, Library Staff, Electric Shop Foreman
Metal Shop Foreman.
GARY FINKEL-Yearbook Staff 111-121-Layout
Editor 1121, Sr Newspaper Staff 1125, Ski
Club 111-125, School Store Comm 1125, Math
Comm, Sr Class Play, FROG.
ANN FINKELSTEIN-Prom Conmt, Sr Class
Play 175. .lr Cheerleaders.
MICHELE FINKS-FTA 1121, Homeroom Sec
1121, A Choir 111-121, Proto Comm, Social
HOWARD FISHBEIN-Pres A Band. German
Club, Varsity Club, Varsity Volleyball 110-115,
Homeroom Pres 1105, V-Pres 1115, Sr Social
Comm 1121. AP US History.
MARLENE FISHER-Decorating Comm, Psy-
MICHAEL FLEISHMAN-Cross Country Man-
ager 110-111. Visual Perception 1105, Intra
Sports, B'nai llrith Art Award,
ROBERT FLIESS-All City St Orchestra 110-
121, Tennis Team 110-121, Bridge Cl, Philos-
ophy Cl, A Orchestra 1121, Al' Calculus 1121.
SUSAN FRAMPTON-Service Cl, Library Cl,
Prom Comm, Red Cross Cl, Scholars Program
18-91, Sr Med Room Aide 11111.
SHELDA FRANK- A Choir, Foreword Rep,
GERTRUDE FRANKELhIntra Sports 1101,
Best Typist of the Yr 1105, Sr Office Aide
1121, FBLA 1121, Gregg Awards, Foreword
PAUL FREDA --428
PAUL FREEMAN-Scholars Program, AP
SANDRA FRIEDLANDER-Creative Writing
Cl, SUN. Psychology Cl, Anhinga Society,
Spanish Cl. Prom Comm.
DANIEL FRIEDAIAN-Varsltiy liascball 1111,
Varsity Swimming 1111, Prom Comm, Social
Comm, 1"l0ll1t'I'l um V-Pres, A Cappella Choir.
JANET FRIEDMAN--V-Pres FTA, SUN, An-
hinga Society, Science Research Cl.
STEVEN FRIEDMAN-School Store Chairman
111-125, All City Orchestra 111-121, SUN, Sr
Discussion Cl, l1cbatc Cl, Anhinga Society, AP
ROBERTA FRISHMAN-Prom Comm, Office
Clerk, Intra Sports, Hall Patrol, Red Cross
THOMAS CARBER-All City Orchestra 19-125,
Philosophy 1111, Creative Writing Cl 110-111,
Centers for Musically Talented.
STEVEN GARDNER-Chess Cl, Biology Il.
PA11,g.A GARRET-Spanish Cl 1121, A Choir
FRANCES GAVALIS-Hall Patrol, OVT Com-
MARILYN GELLNER-Sr Med Room Aide, Pep
Cl, Red Cross Cl, Intra Sports.
RHONDA GERBER-Med Room Aide 111-121,
Service Cl 1121, FBLA 1121, Red Cross Cl
1111, Pep Cl 1111, Gregg Awards 1121,
Homecoming Comm 1121.
DAVE CERMAINE-1"uotbalI Team, Track
Team, Homeroom Pres 1111, Varsity Cl.
GARY GERSON-Homeroom Pres 19-10, 121,
Student Council 1121, Letters in Vars.ty
Baseball 110-121, Varsity Cl, Football 1101, ,Ir
Softball 191, ,Ir Soccer 191.
,IEFFERY GERSON-Homeroom Pres 110-111,
Baseball Manager 110-121, Varsity Cl 111-121,
Ski Cl, Intra Sports 110-121, Sr Scope.
DEBBIE GIBBON-Homecoming Comm, Social
Comm. Prom Comm.
ARLENE GIBSON-Sr Office Aide, Sr Leaders
110-111, Intra Sports 110-111, Service Cl, Gregg
Awards 1121, Sr Swim Team, FBLA 1121.
MARTHA GIRDANY-Literary Magazine, A
Orchestra, Sr Discussion Cl, Math Cl, AP
Classes, Creative Writing Cl.
WILLIAM C-LASSNER-Spanish Club 1121, Sr
Class Hatchet Comm 1121, Sr Class Fund
Raising Comm 1121. Intra Sports.
DARLENE GLICK-Sr Class Publicity Comm
1121, Lah Asst, Foreword Rep 1121, Home-Ec
STEVEN CLICK-Math Club, Intra Sports, AP
GARY COELZ-OVT Electronics I 81 II.
GARY GOLDBERG-SUN President 1121, De-
hate Team, 110-121, Foreword Staff, Sr
Discussion Club, AP Classes, Homeroom Pres
1121, A Orchestra 111-121.
LAURIE GOLDEN-Debate Team 191, World
Affairs Cl 1101.
LAWRENCE GOLDMAN--OVT Drafting 8:
MATTHEW GOLDSMITH-Capt Cross-Country
1121, Track 110-I11, Student Council1121,
Homeroom Pres 1121, Hockey 18-121, Varsity
Cl 110-121, Rolling Pin Cl 1111.
DAVII1 GOXIISOS-Student Council Pres 191,
Chess Cl 1111, Hall Patrol 1111, OVT Drafting
8 I14-sign Class Fort-man.
KATHY GOODMAN-Homecoming Comm,
Foreword Rep, Sr Med Rm Aide, Prom Comm,
Adv Crafts, Intra Sports.
LOUIS GORDON-Class Pres, Homeroom Pres
19-121. V Pres .Ir Student Council 191,
Swimming Team, Varsity Cl 111-121, Student
Council, Intra Sports.
RICHARD COTTLIEB-Varsity Swimming 19-
121, Key Club 110-121, Varsity Cl 110121,
Foreword Staff 111-121, Homeroom V-Pres
110-111, Student Council Rep191.
ELLEN GRAFF-Intra Sports, All City Band,
District Band, Band Sec, A Band, AP Calculus.
MICHAEL GRAFF-Pres Spanish Club 1121,
Member Anhinga Society 1121, Intra Sports,
Homeroom Officer, SUN, AP Classes.
RAY GRANT-Pubcom Chairman, Chess Club
Pres 1121, Sr Discussion Cl, Math Cl, "The Boy
ELLEN GREEN-Med Rm Aide, Prom Comm,
V-Pres Homeroom 191, Homeroom Sec 1101.
ALAN GREENBERG-A Band Hall Patrol 1111,
Intra Sports 191.
LARRY GREENBERG-,Ir Varsity Track,
Speech Cl, Pres Homeroom 1101, Foreword
Rep, Student Council Rep, Intra Sports, Jr
RICHARD GREENBERG-Homeroom V-Pres
1111, Track Team 1101, Homeroom Sec 1121,
Foreword Staff 1121, Homeroom Treas 1101,
Foreword Rep 1111, Spanish Cl 1101.
RONNA GREENBERG-Homeroom Pres 1111,
Homeroom Treas 1121.
SHELDON GREENWALD-Sr All City Band
19-121, Marching Band 18-121, Performing
Rand 18-121, .Ir Swimming, Intra Sports 19-121.
NANCY GREZMAK-Homeroom Pres 1101,
Intra Sports 1101, Twirlers CI 1101, Yearbook
Rep 1121, Sr Office Aide, Prom Comm, Social
CHARLEY GRIFFEN-Sr Varsity Football 110-
121, Homeroom Pres, Track Team, Varsity Cl
KATHY GRIFFEN-FBLA, Service Cl, Jr
Office Aide, Sr Office Aide.
SANDY GROBSTEIN-Swim Team 19-121, Intra
Sports 19-121, Sr Leaders 110-121, Anhinga
Society 1121, Foreword Distribution Staff 1121,
Sr Ski Cl 1121, Literary Magazine 19-121.
BARRY GROSS-Student Council 191, Varsity
Cross Country 1111, Home Room Pres 1101,
German Cl 191, Hatchet Comm 1121.
MA RCERY GROSS-214
.IEFF GUSKY-Student Council 1101, Home-
room Pres 191, Hall Patrol, Intra Sports.
DAVID HALLIDAY-Sr Social Comm, Anhinga
Society, AP Wood Shop, Foreword Photogra-
pher, Pulmom, Photography Cl.
WILLIAM HAMPSON-OVT Drafting 81 De-
JAMES HANKS-OVT Drafting, Intra Sports,
Ski Cl 1111.
SHEILA HARBST-Home Ee Service Cl 1121.
CRAIG HARDMAN-School Store, All City
Orchestra 1121, SUN 111-121, German Cl
19-121, Sr Discussion CI, Math Cl 1111, AP
WILLIAM HARPER-Hall Patrol.
FRANK HARRIS-Editor-in-Chief Yearbook
1121, Head Photographer 110-111, Key Club
110-121. Math Club 111-121, AP Classes.
HOWARD HARRIS-Sr Class Social Comm, Sr
Class Publicity Comm, Hall Patrol.
JANET HARRIS-FTA 110-121, Biology Cl
111-121 Sr Class Social Comm 1121, Debate
Team 110-111, Foreword Staff 1111, Student
Council 19-101, Scholars Program.
MARIETTA HARRIS-Homeroom Sec 1111,
Intra Sports 191, Psychology Cl 1121.
ROSE KAY HARRIS-A Orchestra 110-111, AP
Classes, Build A School in Peru Comm 1121.
PATRICIA HARROCKS-Sr Med Rm Aide
1121, Social Comm 1121, Yearbook Rep 1101,
.Ir Leaders 18-91, Intra Sports 17-111.
DIANE HARTMAN-Yearbook Rep 110-121,
Intra Sports 110-111, Prom Comm 1121,
Homeroom Rep 1111, DECA.
CONSTANCE HATTING-Service Cl, FBLA.
MARY ANNE HAVER-Counselors Office.
PATRICK HAVER-Pres Hope Corp, Homeroom
V-Pres, Student Coordinator, Yearbook Rep,
Cross Country Team 1101.
PETER HAYS-Bridge Cl, World Affairs Forum
JUDY HELLMAN-SUN, A Orchestra, Journal
Rep, Library Staff, Med Rm Aide, Intra
KENNETH HERSHMAN-Art Staff of Com-
ment Magazine, Student Council Publicity
Comm, Scholastic Art Contest Gold Key
Awards, AP Classes, 5x Art Survey.
ALEXIS HESKI-Sr Class Social Comm, FBLA,
Athletic Promotion, Homecoming Comm.
JIM HILLMAN-Football Team, Intra Sports,
Track Team, OVT Drafting 8 Design.
DENNIS HINDMAN-OVT 1115, Homeroom
Treas 185, Class Pres 195.
MARTIN HOCHHAUSER-Psychology Cl, Math
CI, Sr Discussion Cl, Student Relations,
Scholars Program, World Affairs Forum, AP
PATRICIA HODDO-Scholars Program 19-105,
Red Cross 1115, Social Comm 1125, Ath-
letic Promotion Comm 1125, Library Staff 1105,
Pep Cl 1115, Intra Sports 19-105.
ROBERT HONIC-Sr Discussion Cl, Math Cl
1125, World Affairs Forum 1125, A Orchestra
111-125, AP Classes 1125, .Ir All City
DONALD HORGAN-Head of the Hatchet
Comm, Student Council, Prom Comm, Social
Comm, OVT Drafting 31 Design, Projecting Cl.
JANET HRASZCZYNA-Sr Office Aide, FBLA,
Sr Med Rm Aide, Intra Sports 195, Leaders
Cl 195, Yearbook Staff 195.
CAROL ANNE HULM-Co-Editor Greenlight,
Math Cl, Sr Discussion Cl, AP Classes, Pub
CHRISTINE HURLEY-Intra Sports 19-125,
Library Staff 1125, Sr Leaders 1125, Hatchet
EDWARD JACOB, JR.-312
MARY .IAMISON-Service Cl, Jr Office Aide,
Red Cross Cl.
MICHAEL HOHAN-Varsity Baseball, Key Cl
19-125, Varsity Cl 111-125, SUN 111-125,
Homeroom Pres 1115, Chairman Sr Class
JUDY JOHNSTON-Sr Cheerleader 1125, Home-
room Sec 1125, Prom Comm 111-125, Pep Cl
111-125, Sr Leaders 1115, Athletic Promotion
Comm 1125, Sr Newspaper Staff 1125.
MARY JOPINKO-Intra Sports 110-115.
JAMES JORDAN-V-Pres Sr Class, Pres
Hatchet Comm, Co-Capt Varsity Basketball
Team, Social Comm, Prom Comm, Captain ,Ir
Varsity Basketball Team.
NANCY JOSEPHSON-Sr Class Social Comm,
Sr Class Play Comm, Homecoming Comm,
Student Council 1105, A Choir, Prom Enter-
tainment Comm, Homeroom Sec 1115.
BARRY JUDD-Key Cl, Science Cl, A Band,
Homeroom V-Pres, ,lr Varsity Sports, Intra
DOLORES KACSUTA-Adv Art 111-125. Schol-
ars Program 18-105, Intra Sports 17-125, Prom
Comm, Homecoming Comm.
LINDA KANAREK-Red Cross Comm, Cafeteria
Service Comm, Med Rm Aide, Hatchet Comm,
Sr Class Publicity Comm 1125, Homecoming
SHERRY KANE-FTA 110-125, .Ir Med Rm
.gde 110-115, Psychology Cl 1115, Red Cross
ANN KARELITZ-Russian Cl, Sr Social Comm,
A Band 110-125, Homeroom Treas, AP Classes,
FTA, Homecoming Comm 1125.
KATHARINA KARST-FBLA 1115, V Pres
FBLA 1125, Sr Social Comm, Prom Comm.
MICHELLLE KART-Red Cross Cl, Social
Comm, Sr Med Rm Aide, Student Librarian,
Sr Publicity Comm, Sr Hatchet Comm.
.IOYCE KARTYCHAK-Sr Office Aide, Sr Med
gm 1115, Service Cl, FBLA, Capt Volleyball
TANYA KASZYNSKI-Russian Cl.
ROCHELLE KATZ-Pep Cl.
SUSAN KATZ-Prom Decoration Comm, Social
Comm, Intra Sports, Red Cross Comm, Home-
room Treas and Sec.
PATRICIA KAUFMAN-Foreign Exchange Stu-
dent, Build A School in Peru Comm, SUN,
Sr Class Social Comm, Homecoming Comm.
KATHLEEN KEANEY-FBLA, Sr Office Aide,
Sr Counselors Aide.
JOHN KENNEDY-Manager Track Team, AP
Math, Intra Sports.
RICHARD KENNEDY-Hall Patrol, Jr Track,
WALKER KENNEDY-Track Team, Chess
Team, Cross Country Team, Chess Cl.
KATHY KE RN-372
JACK KESSLER-Social Comm, Prom Ticket
Comm, Hall Patrol, Peru School Fund Drive
RHONDA KHOLOS-Med Rm Aide, Social
PQIEIEJLA KIMBALL-A Choir, All City Choir,
,IUDITH KIMEL-A Choir, Spanish Cl, Science
Cl, Choir Ensemble.
SARA KLEIN-Math Cl, SUN, French Cl,
Biology Cl, Comment Staff, Intra Sports, AP
RICHARD KLINE-Pres Sr Student Council
1125, Varsity Football, Basketball, Track,
Foreword Staff 1125, Key Cl, Varsity Cl,
Human Relations Comm 111-125.
SHARON KNOX-Homecoming Queen 1125,
Homeroom Pres 110-125, Student Council
110-125, Social Comm, Prom Comm, A Choir,
.IOHN KOHBERGER-Psychology Cl 1115, Ski
Cl 1125, Homeroom V-Pres 110-115, Chess Cl
1115, Student Council Rep 195.
SAMUEL KRAJECK--Chess Cl, Psychology Cl,
Yearbook Rep 195, Philosophy Cl.
ADELE KRAMER--Spanish Cl, Psychology Cl,
Decoration Comm. E
EDWARD KRAMER-Student Council, 1'Ia11
KATHY KRAMER-Sr Cheerleaders 111-125. Sr
Leaders 111-125, Sr Class Hatchet Comm,
Foreword Distribution Staff, Swim Team
17-125, Athletic Promotion Comm.
MARCY KRAMER-Spanish Cl, Psychology Cl,
Prom Comm, Sr Sewing Class.
ARMAND KRANICK-228, Varsity Football.
BETSY KRAUS-SUN, Sr Discussion Cl, A
Choir, Homeroom Pres, Student Council Rep,
STUART KUPERSTOCK-Jr Science Cl, Intra
ADRIENNE LAROVITZ-Homecoming Comm,
Sr Newspaper Staff, 5x Art, Library Staff.
THOMAS LAMPL-Student Council V-Pres,
Homecoming Comm, AP Classes, Cross Coun-
try 195, .lr Tennis, .lr City Doubles 195.
ROBERTA LANDAY-FTA, German Cl, A
Choir, Anhinga Society, AP Biology, Home-
room Pres, Pre-Legal Society.
MARK LANDO-Varsity Swimming 111-125,
Varsity Track Team 1125.
JONATHAN LANGE-All City Orchestra, Capt
Soccer Team, A Orchestra, Intra Sports.
MARK LASSER-Sr Class Prom Chairman,
SUN, Key Cl, Math Cl, AP Biology Cl, AP
JOCELYN LAWRY-Sr Publicity Comm, Social
Comm, Creative Writing Cl, Yearbook Rep,
Homecoming Comm 1115, Jr Leaders 195, Intra.
CERI LAZARUS-Homeroom Pres, Student
Council Rep, Debate Cl, Foreword Staff, Jr
Cheerleaders, Med Rm Aide, AP Classes.
ROSE ANN LEBANIK-Social Comm, Intra
DON LEBEDDA-Capt Soccer Team 195, Intra
JIMMY LEBOVITZ-Prom Comm.
HOWIE LECKENBY-Varsity Cl, Varsity Foot-
LINDA LEE-Sr Class Secretary, A Cappella
Choir 111-125, Ensemble Choir 111-125, Sr
Leaders, Social Comm, Homecoming Comm,
LINDA LEVANT-Libra Cl SUN Chess Cl
YY Q v 1
Med Rm Aide, Sr Class Social Comm, Prom
Comm, Build A School Project.
MARK LEVENSON-Homerooni Pres 1121,
Homeroom V-Pres 1111, Key Cl, A Choir
111-121, Ensemble 1121, All City Choir 1111,
TERRY LEVI-SUN, FTA, Anhinga Society, Sr
Ski Cl, Student Library Staff, Home Ec
Service Cl, AP French.
LARRY LEVIN-Spanish Cl, Varsity Baseball
110-121, Varsity Cl 111-121, Intra Sports
JOYCE LEVINE-Sr Office Aide, FBLA, Serv-
ice Cl, Gregg Shorthand Awards.
JUDITH LEVINE-Home Ec Service Cl, V-Pres
1121, Sr Class Social Comm, Library Staff
RUTH LEVINE-Sr Discussion Cl, SUN, Liter-
ary Magazine, AP Classes, Scholars Program.
SUSAN LEVINE-Scholars Program, AP Cal-
culus, Foreword Staff, Prom Decoration Comm,
Pubcom, Anhinga Society.
PATTI LEVY-Jr Med Rm Aide 18-111, Library
Staff 19-101, Social Comm, ,Ir Swimming
Team, Intra Sports.
ROBERT LEVY-Football 110-111, Varsity Cl
111-121, AP Calculus 1121, Intra Sports.
JEFF LEWIN-Math Cl 'Pres, Debate Team
V-Pres, Sr Discussion Cl V-Moderator, Chair-
man Human Relations Comm, Student Council.
LINDA LEWIS-Social Comm, Prom Decoration
Comm Chairman, Counselors Aide, Home Ec
Service Cl, Spanish Cl, Intra Sports.
GEORGE LICHTER-Sr Class Play Comm,
Swim Team 1101.
WAYNE LIEBERMAN-All City Orchestra
19-101, A Orchestra 110-121, Homeroom Year-
book Rep 1101, All City Orchestra Award,
SUSAN LIFF-Foreword Rep 1101, Homeroom
Sec 1111, Sr High Play 1111, Pep Cl 1111,
BARBARA LIFSHER-Cheerleader 111-121,
Spanish Cl, Sec of Homerm, Homecoming
Attendant 1121, Med Rm Aide 1111, Prom
SHARON LIGHT-FTA Psychology Cl 1111,
THOMAS LINDAHL-Homerm Pres 191, Jr
High Soccer 18-91, Jr Basketball 191, Varsity
Football 1111, Varsity Cl 1111, German Cl
DONNA LINDER-Cheerleader 19-121, All City
Orchestra 19-121, Pep Cl, Athletic Promotion
Comm, Intra Sports, Centers For Musically
JAMES LINDERMAN-Homerm Pres, Student
Council, Football, Adv Mechanical Drawing.
MELVIN LIPNER-AP Chemistry Cl, Science
Cl, AP Classes, Scholar Program, AP Physics,
Football Team, AP Chemistry, Soccer Team.
RICHARD LIPSCHER-Sec of Homerm, Key
Cl, Stage Crew, Intra Sports, Jr Track Team.
NANCY LLOYD-Sr Leaders 111-121, FBLA
111-121, A Capella Choir 1121, Social Comm
1121, Sr Counselors Aide 111-121, Intra Sports
110-121, Pep CI 110-111.
RUTH LOCKER-A Orchestra, All City Orches-
tra, Russian Cl.
OLIVIA LOEB-FTA Psychology Cl, Med Rm
Aide, Sr Class Play Comm, Spanish Cl, Intra
Sports, AP American Hist.
PATRICIA LOEB-Managing Editor of Fore-
word 1121, FTA, SUN 1111, Intra Sports,
Exchange Editor of Foreword 1111, Foreword
ERIC LOERKE-AP Classes.
DEBORAH LOEVNER-Sr Social Comm.
LISA LONSTEIN-Senior Discussion Cl 1121,
Anhinga Society 1111, Psychology Cl 1111, AP
ARLENE LOWY-Psychology Cl, Homecoming
MARGIE LUBET-Creative Writing Cl 111-121,
French Cl 1121, Red Cross Comm, Literary
Magazine 1111, Pep Cl 1111.
WILLIAM LUCIOUS-Track Team, Cross
Country Team, Basketball Team, Intra Soft-
PATRICK MAHON-Football 110-121, Basket-
ball 1121, Track 111-121, Varsity Cl 111-121.
PAULA MAIZLISH-FTA 110-121, School Store
Chairman, Sr Newspaper Editor, Prom Comm,
Homem Pre 110-121, Adv Metal Shop, Intra
JACK MALVIN-Jr Swim Team, Letter in
Swimming, Science Cl.
JACK MANDEL-Key Cl 111-121, Science C1
1121, Anhinga Society 1121, Student Council
Rep 191, Homerm V-Pres 181.
JOEL MANDEL-Stage Crew, German Cl,
Yearbook Rep, Homerm Treas, Intra Sports,
Adv Metal Shop, Student Council Rep.
DEBRA MANDLER-Yearbook Rep 110-121,
Foreword Rep 1101, Sr Med Rm Aide 110-121.
SUSAN MANDLER-Pres Jr Student Council
191, FTA 110-121, Sr Class Social Comm, Sec
Spanish Cl 1121. Anhinga Society 1121,
Scholars Program, AP Classes.
TONY MANN-A Choir 111-121, All City Choir
1111, Russian C1 110-111, Sr Class Play 1111,
Intra Sports 1101.
ARLENE MARCUS-Med Rm Aide.
MARILYN MARCUS-Homerm Sec, Yearbook
Rep, FBLA, Prom Comm, Human Relations
Comm, .lr Office Aide, Intra Sports.
ELLIOT MARKOVITZ-Hall Patrol 1121, Prom
Comm 1121, Athletic Promotion Comm 1121,
Intra Sports, 5x Art.
SID MARKOVITZ-Key Cl 1121, SUN 1111,
Debate Cl 19-101, Athletic Promotion Comm
1121, Cross Country Team 1111, Hall Patrol
SUSAN MARKOWITZ-SUN, FTA, Cafeteria
Service Comm, Hatcltet Comm.
STUART MARKS-Stage Crew 111-121, Tech
Lighting Designer 1121, Key Cl 110-121,
Homerm Pres 110, 121, Adv Metal Shop, Intra
Sports 1121, Student Council.
DIANNE MARTIN-Hall Patrol, Foreword Rep,
Foreword News Writer, Creative Writing Cl,
CAROL MASCARA-FBLA, Social Comm,
RUTH MASON-AP Calculus 1121. Red Cross
Comm, Prom Comm 1121, Chess Cl 1121,
JAMES MASTRONIE-Hatchet Comm.
JAMES MATHEWS-Scholars Program, Chess
Cl, German Cl, Homerm V-Pres.
RUTH MAYLE-SUN, Foreword Staff Writer,
Literary Magazine, Pre-Legal Society, Sr
Discussion Cl, AP Classes, Anhinga Society.
RICHARD MAZER-Manager Volleyball Team,
Sr Newspaper Staff.
PHILIP MAZZOCCO-Pres Ski Club, Prom
Ticket-Comm, OVT Drafting 81 Design, After
THOMAS MCCARTHY-OVT Welding Techni-
GARY MCCORMICK-Yearbook Staff 111-121,
Hall Patrol 1111, Jr High Softball Team 191,
Intra Sports, AP Classes, Chemistry Cl,
PATRICIA MCGEE-Majorette 110-111, Head
Majorctte 1121, Intra Sports 1101, Prom
ELAINE MELNICK-Sr Class Publicity Comm,
Sr Class Hatchet Comm, Pep Cl.
GRETCHEN MEYERJACK-AP Classes, Sr
Discussion Cl, Psychology Cl, Scholars Pro-
gram, Anllinga Society, SUN.
DANIEL MEYERS-Sr Ski Cl, Treas Build A
School Drive, Intra Sports, Sr Prom Comm,
Social Comm, Hall Patrol, FROG.
DEVERA MEYERS-SUN, AP Classes, A Band,
Yearbook Rep, Med Rm Aide 1101.
MARCY MEYERS-Sr Class Picnic Comm,
Student Council 191, Homerm Sec 1101, Social
Comm, Homecoming Comm.
STUART MEYERS-Varsity Football, Varsity
Basketball, Homerm Pres 1121, Math Club
V-Pres, Key Cl, AP Chemistry Cl, AP Spanish.
SUSAN MICHAEL-Philosophy Cl, Literary
Magazine. Build A School In Peru Drive,
LINDA MICHALISZYN-Home EC Service Cl,
Library Cl Sec, Sr Med Rm Aide, Scholars
Program 18-101, Yearbook and Foreword Rep,
SUN, Red Cross Comm.
RICHARD MICLIORATO-Hatchet Comm
Class Publicity Comm.
ANNA MIKULA-Sr Counselors Aide.
PAUL MINTER-Russian Cl Treas, Sr Prom
PAMELA MINYO-Science Cl 1121, I'Iomccom-
ing Comm 1121, Fund Raising Comm 1121,
Prom Comm 1121, Hall Patrol 1121, Psychol.
ogy Cl 1111, Intra Sports.
CAROLYN MITCHE1.-SUN 110-121, Social
Comm, Counselors Aide 111-121, Prom Comm
1121, FBLA 110-121, Library Cl 111-121,
Homerm Sec 1121.
THOMAS MITCHELL-Radio Cl, Aerial Pho-
tography, Scicncc Cl.
YVONNE MONTGOMERY-Intro Basketball,
Office Aide, Haitian Relation COIIIIII, Pom
Com111, Social Co111111.
GRACE MOONEY-Home Ec Service Cl, Social
Comm, Pro111 Comm, Intra Sports, Sr High
JOY XIORAVITZ-Ski Cl 1121, Red Cross
Comm 1111, P1-p Cl, Cafctcria Scrvicc Comm
1111, Homecoming Queen Comm 1121, Sec
Homerm 1111, Publicity Comm 1121.
PATRICE MORGAN-Student Council Rep,
Homerm Sec, Sr Med Rm Aide 111-121, Red
Cross Comm, Human Relations Comm, Prom
Comm, Psychology Cl.
DAVID MORRIS-SUN, Pre-Legal Society.
ROBERT MORRIS-OVT Drafting, Hall Patrol.
ROBIN MORRIS-Sr Discussion Cl, Prom
Comm, Social Comm, Library Staff, Yearbook
Rep, Build A School in Peru Drive, A Band.
IRWIN l1'lOSKOWITZ-Foreword Rep, Chess Cl,
Sr Class Newspaper Staff, Adv Art.
CYNTHIA MUDRY-Intra Sports, Prom Comm,
Homerm Sec, DECA.
MALLORY MULLEN-Library Staff, Homerm
Pres, Med Rm Asst, Homerm Sec, Homecoming
Comm, Sr Publicity Comm.
DARLENE MULLENIX-Sr Med Rm Aide, Red
Cross Comm, ,Psyclio-Biology Cl, Prom
Theme Comm, Social Comm, Yearbook Rep
JOE MUNDA-DECA, 600 Cl.
EILEEN MURPHY-Varsity Cheerleader 1121,
Yearbook Rep, Pep Cl, Social Comm, Home-
VIOLA MU RRAY-428
SHARON NATHENSON-FTA 110-121. Prom
Comm, Hatchet Comm, Sr Med Rm Aide 1121,
Ho111er111 Aide 1121.
ANDY NAVILLIAT-Hall Patrol, Service
Comm, Class Pres 191, Soccer 191, Basketball
HARRIET NEllVIANwSr Publicity Comm, Adv
Art, Visual Pcrr-option Class.
CARMELLE NICKENS-Spanish CI, Sr Med
Rm Aide, Prom Comm, Athletic Promotion
Comm, Intra Sports 191, AP Spanish.
BARBARA NISKAC1-I--FBLA, Social Comm, Jr
JOHN NORKUS-Football, Homerm V-Pres
ANDREA NOVICK-Yearbook Rep 1111, A
Choir, Intra Sports, Psychology Cl 1111. Ski
Cl 1111. Prom Comm, Pcp Cl 1111.
LORIE OBERNAUER--1-'TA 110-111, Red Cross
1101, Sr Med Rm Aidc 110-111, Iriomerm
JUDY O'BRIEN-FBLA, Intra Sports.
GAIL OLITZKY-Sr Med Rm Aide 110-121, Sl'
Counselors Aide, Library Staff.
ARTHUR ONAITIS-Metal Shop Foreman 1121,
Science Cl 1121.
BEVERLY O'NEIL-Sr Student C o u n c il,
Homerm Pres 111-121, Social Comm, Prom
Comm, Sr Counselors Aide.
DEBORAH ORD-Library Staff, Sr Prom
Decorating Comm, Prom Picnic Comm, Stu-
dent Council Campaign Comm.
DONNA OSBURN--Sr Leaders 111-121, Pep Cl
111-121, Sr Social Comm 1121, Anhinga
Society 1111, Creative Writing Cl 111, Sr Prom
Comm, Intra Sports 110-121.
SUZANNE O'TOOLE-Pep Cl 1111, FBLA 1121,
LINDY PAPP-Scholars Program, Prom Deco-
ration Comm, Sr Discussion Cl, Anhinga
ELLEN PA RKER-429
SHEILA PARZYCK --Majorettcs 1 1 1-121 ,
Homerm Soc 110-121, Intra Sports 110-121, Sr
JEANNE PATTON-Homerm Trcas 1121, Sr
Student Council Rep 1111, Prom Favors 81 Gift
Comm, Sr Social Con11n, Psychology Cl 1111,
MICKEY PEARCE-Football Team, Varsity Cl,
Intra Sports, OVT Electronics, Track Team
191, Sr Class Coordinating Comm.
JAY PEARLSTEIN-Philosophy Cl, World Af-
ROBERT PEASE-Student Council Rcp 1121,
Sr Class Rep 1121, Homerm Prcs 1121, ,Ir
Swimming Team 191, Track 'll-am 1121, Golf
BARBARA PESYNA-Counselors Aida: 110-121,
Med Rm Aide, Social Comm 1121, Prom Comm
RAY PETRONIO-DECA, Hall Patrol 1121,
Foreword Rep 1121, Homerm Class Sec
111-121, Intra Basketball, Basketball 191.
ANDY PETRUSKA-,lr Soccer, Intra Sports, Jr
Football, Varsity Football, Varsity Track,
ANN PETRUSKA-Pep Cl 19-111, Fon-word
GEORGE PHELPS-Sr Varsity Swim Team
1111, Chess Cl, Chess Team.
DAVID POBER-Math Cl, Anhinga Society
1121, Chess Cl, Homerm Foreword Rep 1111,
Sr Athletic Promotion Comm.
MICHAEL POLAND-Track Team.
ROBERT POLK-Sr Publicity Comm, Student
Council Comm, Prom Comm, A Band, All City
Band, School Constitution Comm.
xMARK POLLOCK-Newspaper Editor 1121,
Student Relations 1111, Homerm V-Pres
19-121, Debate Team 19-121, Chess Cl 111-121,
AP Calculus 1121.
RANDEE PONITZMAN-SUN, Ski Club, Serv-
ice Cl, FTA, AP French, Red Cross Comm,
Biology Research Cl.
WILLIAM POOLE-Sergeant-of-Arms of the Sr
Class, Varsity Basketball Mgr, Varsity Volley-
ball Team, Jr Varsity Mgr Basketball, V-Pres
Homerm 1111, Intra Sports.
JOSEPH POPP-Scholars Program 19-111.
SHELLY POST-SUN 1111, FTA 1111.
FLORENCE POWELL-FBLA, Social Comm,
Homecoming Comm, Sr Counselors Aide.
DOUGLAS PRICE-Intra Sports.
SERETTA PRICE-Library Cl 111-121, A Choir
1121, Med Rm Aide 1121, SUN 111-121.
RICHARD PUCIATA-Football 1121.
LYNN PUDIES-Psychology Cl, Sr Social
Comm, Homecoming Comm, AP French.
DALLAS PUGH-A Choir 111-121, Ensemble
ARLENE RABNER-Prom Comm, Intra Sports
191, Homerm V-Pres 1101.
ANN RADINOVIC-Intra Sport! 1101, Student
Council 1121, Athletic Promotion Comm 1121,
PUBCOM 1121, Prom Comm 1121.
DAVID RAIZMAN-Red Cross Comm 191,
Basketball Mgr 1101, AP US Hist 1121, A
Orchestra 111-121, All City Jr Orchestra 191-
HAROLD RANDALL-Chess Cl 1121, A Band
1111, Cross Country 1111, Track Team 1121,
Class Pres 191, Intra Sports 110-121.
BARBARA RECHT-Yearbook Rep 191, Fore-
word Rep 1101, Social Comm, Hatchet Comm,
IRXINC REICHENBERC-Chess Team. Chess
ELAINE REISEN-Sr Med Rm Aide 110-121,
Intra Sports, Social Comm, Prom Comm.
MARK REMCHECK-Sr Social Comm, Home-
JAY RICE-All City Orchestra 18-91, Key Cl,
Library Staff 17-81, Intra Sports, Chemistry
JOSEPH RIM-Hall Patrol 1121, OVT Electron-
LESLIE RIPP-FTA 110-121, Spanish Cl 1121,
Red Cross Comm 1111, Publicity Comm 1121.
PHILLIP RITT-Chess Team 111-121, Chess Cl,
Social Comm, Prom Comm, Picnic Comm,
RHONDA ROBERTS-Scholars Latin, Intra
Sports, Jr Office Aide 17-121, Swimming Team,
V-Pres 110-111, Sec 191 of Homerm.
ALAN ROBINSON-Key Cl, AP Chemistry CI,
Science Cl, Hatchet Comm, Bridge Cl, A Band.
JAY ROBINSON-Track Team, Student Council,
Concert Band-V-Pres, Marching Band, Soccer
ART ROMEO-OVT Drafting 81 Design.
HARRY ROSEN-Science Cl, Anhinga Society,
Chess Team, Chess Cl.
GEORGE ROSENBERC-Math Cl 111-121,
Science Cl 1121, Chess Cl, Chess Team,
Psycho-Biology Cl, AP Classes.
JUDIE ROSENBERC-Red Cross Comm, V-Pres
Homerm 1111, Prom Comm, Soccer Intra, Med
MARGIE ROSENBLOOM-Red Cross Comm,
Prom Comm, Homerm V-Pres 19-101, Yearbook
Rep 1111, Student Council Rep.
DENISE ROSENFELD-FTA 110-121, Spanish
Cl 1121, Homerm Sec 19-121. Homecoming
Comm, Prom Comm, A Choir 111-121, AP
JANICE ROSENFELD-Scholars Program, Intra
Sports, Hall Patrol, Yearbook Rep, Lab Asst,
Prom Picnic Comm.
JEFFREY ROSENFELD-Homerm V-Pres 110-
111, 600 Cl 17-121, Intra Sports, .lr Track
SAMMY ROSENFELD-Key Cl, Prom Ticket
Comm, Homerm Pres 17-101, Science Cl, Social
Comm, Jr Softball Team, Intra Sports.
SHARYN ROSENFELD-Scholars Program,
Chess Cl, Intra Sports, Hall Patrol, Homerm
TERRY ROSENFELD-SUN, Hatchet Comm, Sr
Social Comm, Adv Comp, Med Rm Aide.
MARC ROSENSTEIN-V-Pres Homerm 191,
Pres Homerm 1101.
ROCHELLE ROSENTHAI.-Homerm Pres 1121,
I"I'A 1121, Spanish Cl. Student Council Rep
1121, .lr Med Rm Aide. Foreword Rep.
ROBERT ROSS-Track, Cross Country, AP
ROCHELLE ROSS-Homerm Sec, FTA, Pep Cl,
Adv Crafts, Social Comm, Red Cross.
BETTY ROTHBART-Yearbook Staff 111-121,
Sr Discussion Cl 1121, Choir 19-101, Red Cross
19-111, World Affairs Forum 110-121, Philoso-
phy Cl 1l11, Foreword Rep.
MARTIN ROTHMAN-Key Cl, Marching and
Concert Band, All City Band, Editor Sr Class
Newspaper, SUN, Sr Class Fund Raising
Comm, AP Classes.
JOEL RUBIN-AP Classes, AP Chemistry Cl.
DEBRA RUBENSTEIN-Science Research Cl,
Anhinga Society, Sr Class Social Comm,
Debate Team, AP Classes, Pep Cl, Student
TERESA RUBIO-A Band.
WILLIAM RUDOLPH-Key Cl 110-111, Student
Council Rep, Homerm Rep for Yearbook,
Yearbook Staff, Homecoming Comm 1111, Jr
JOSEPH RUSSO-Football 1121, Homerm Pres
111-101, V-Pres 1121, Varsity C1 1121.
NANCY RUTTENBURC-Hall Patrol, Peru
Project, Science CI, Fund Raising Comm,
Yearbook Rep, Sr Med Rm Aide, Homecoming
LEE SABLOWSKY-Homerm V-Pres, Sr Discus-
sion Cl, Chess Cl, World Affairs Forum, AP
DENISE SABO-Prom Comm, Social Comm, Sr
Med Rm Aide.
PAUL SABO-ACS Cl Treas, Science Cl, Track,
Homerm Foreward Rep, AP Classes.
MARILYN SAFYAN-A Choir 111-121, Scholars
Program 18-121, Anhinga Society 111-121,
Homecoming Comm, Sr Social Comm 1121,
Swim Team, FTA.
RICHARD SAMBOI.-Swimming Team, Key Cl,
Track Team Mgr, Foreword Rep, Intra Sports,
Adv Mechanical Drawing.
KAREN SAMUELS-FTA, Sr Med Rm Aide, A
Choir, Prom Comm, Foreword Rep.
HERBERT SAN DIDGE-110
THOMAS SAPPER-Homecoming Comm U11-
12l, Male Cheerleader 1127, Sr Social Comm,
SUN, Homerm V-Pres, Intra Sports, Scholars
VINCENT SCARPINO-Soccer Team IQJ, Foot-
ball QIOD, Homerm Pres I9-10l, Hall Patrol,
600 Cl, V-Pres Homerm llll, Treas Sr Class.
HOWARD SCHACHTER-Varsity B a s e b a ll
110-125, Varsity Cl, Jr Varsity Softball 191,
Math Cl, Athletic Promotion, Intra Sports.
MARJORIE SCHAFFEL-Scholars Program,
Homerm Officer 4127, Foreword Staff, Build
A School in Peru Drive, FTA, SUN, Prom
Comm, Sr Social Comm.
WENDY SCHECHTER-Intra Sports, Yearbook
Rep, Library Staff, Audio Visual Cl, Class Sec.
AUDRI SCHIRM-Majorettes, Prom Comm,
Social Comm, Sr Med Rm Aide, Sr Office
Aide, Foreword Rep.
BRUCE SCHMIDT-Basketball Q11-12l, Home-
DAVID SCHNEIDER-Treas, Student Council,
V-Pres SUN, Varsity Letter in Cross Country,
Homerm Pres, Scholars Program, Intra Sports.
SCOTT SCHNEIDER-SUN, Sr Swim Team, Sr
Ski Cl, Anhinga Society, German Cl, Varsity
Cl, AP Classes.
.IOEL SCHWARTZ-Homecoming Publicity
Comm, AP Classes.
MICHAEL SCHWARTZ-Chess Cl UD, Sr
Prom Comm, Adv Art.
RICHARD SCHWARTZ-Sr Social Comm,
Homecoming Comm, German Cl, Key Cl, AP
Chemistry Cl, Sr Discussion Cl, AP Chemistry.
SHARYN SCHWARTZ-Sec of .Ir Student
ANTHONY SCIULLI-OVT Commercial Art.
MARK SEECH-Hall Patrol, Chess Cl.
SAMUEL SEIAVITCH-Key Cl,
Student Council, Intra Sports, A Orchestra,
IRA SEIDENSTEIN-Build A School in Peru
Drive, Class Play 1111, 600 Cl, Intra Sports.
GARY SELTMAN-Concert and M a r c h i n g
Bands, All City Band, AP Chemistry Cl, Math
Cl, Homerm V-Pres, Ski Cl, AP Classes.
MARTIN SELTMAN-Science Research Cl,
German Cl, V-Pres Homerm, Anhinga Society
Treas, A Orchestra, Ski Cl, AP Classes.
ARTHUR SENG-Track Team, Cross Country,
Track Team, Varsity Cl.
DEBORAH SHAPIRO-Sr Discussion Cl, SUN,
Psycho-Biology Cl, Student Council, Sr Social
JOYCE SHAPIRO-Homerm Pres, FTA Treas,
Yearbook Rep, Sr Publicity Comm, Homecom-
ing Comm, 5x Art.
MURRAY SHAPIRO-Key Cl, Chess Cl.
PAUL SHAW-Golf Team.
PATRICIA SHERMAN-Social Comm, A Or-
chestra, Homerm Treas.
SHARON SHOLOCK-Pres FBLA, Sr Office
STEPHEN SHORE-A Band, Intra Sports.
NANCY SHUGERMAN-SUN, FTA, Social
Comm, Yearbook Rep, Sr Med Rm Aide.
RUTH SHUGERMAN-Red Cross Comm, Year-
book Rep, Homecoming Comm, Intra Sports.
CATHY SIEGAL-FTA, Library Staff, Sr Med
Rm Aide, ,Ir Leaders, Yearbook Rep, Foreword
Rep, Comment Staff.
ELLEN SIEGAL-Counselors Aide, Pep Cl, Red
Cross Comm, French Cl, Library Staff, AP
RONNA SIEV-Scholars Program, Adv Comp,
SUN, French Cl, Cafeteria Staff.
WENDY SIGAL-Homecoming Comm, Jr Lead-
ers, Red Cross, A Choir, Intra Sports, Med Rm
LARRY SIGMOND-All City Orchestra, Chess
Cl, Chess Team, Philosophy Cl, Sr Coordinat-
ing Comm, World Affairs Forum.
LINDA SILBERBERG-Hall Patrol, Counselors
Aide, German Cl, Intra Sports, Cheerleader.
MICHAEL SILVER-Cross Country, Track,
Comment Literary Magazine, Adv Comp, AP
RICHARD SILVERS-Intra Sports.
ROBERT SIMON-Science Research Cl, Psy-
chology Cl, All City Choir, A Choir, Project
MONA SIMONS--Russian Cl, Red Cross.
NANCY SIVITZ-Intra Sports, Homecoming
Comm, Prom Publicity Comm.
DEBORAH SLAVKIN-A Choir, FTA, Foreword
Rep, Homecoming Comm, Student Human
Relations Comm, Med Rm Aide.
KATHLEEN SLIMAN-Prom Comm, Picnic
Comm, Sec of Homerm.
G. EDWARD SLOAN-Social Comm Chaimian,
"Words of Wisdom," Homerm V-Pres 1121.
KENNETH SLONE-Foreword Rep, A Choir
Ensemble, All City Sr Choir, Spanish Cl,
World Affairs Forum.
MICHAEL SMALL-.Ir Varsity Soccer Team, lr
Varsity Basketball Team, Yearbook Rep, Intra
JACK SMOLEVITZ-A Choir, Foreword Rep,
RHONA SNOW-Social Comm, Red Cross
Comm, Sr Service Comm, Pep Cl, Homecoming
Comm, Publicity Comm.
BARBARA SNYDER-Prom Comm, Yearbook
Rep, Red Cross Comm, Sr Swim Team,
Homerm Treas, Pep Cl, Homecoming Comm.
MARK SNYDER-Scholars Program, Math Cl,
Anhinga Society, Chess Cl, AP Calculus,
THELMA SNYDER-Foreign Exchange Student,
Student Council Rep, Sr Discussion Cl,
Russian Cl, SUN, Foreword Rep.
ROBERTA SOKOLITZ-Yearbook Rep, Prom
Decoration Comm, Med Rm Aide, Intra Sports.
ARLENE SOLOMON-Spanish Cl, Sr Social
Comm, Prom Comm, Human Relations.
MAXINE SOLOMON-French Cl Pres, FTA,
Creative Writing Cl, AP Classes, Chess Cl.
.IOANN SONDHEIMER-Homerm Sec, Red
Cross Comm, Intra Sports, Psychology Cl,
DIANE SPANG-Red Cross Cl.
BAZRRY SPECTER-Psychology Cl, Philosophy
CAROL SPITZER-A Orchestra, All City
Orchestra, Centers for Musically Talented.
BOB STEARNS-Baseball Team, A Band
Scholars Programs, AP Classes, .lr Soccer
Team, Intra Sports.
BETTY STEIN-Planning Comm, Social Comm,
Sr Med Rm Aide, Counselors Aide, Hatchet
Comm, Intra Sports.
GAIL STEIN-FTA, Red Cross, Prom Comm,
Hatchet Comm, Homecoming Comm, Psychol-
.IULES STEIN-All City Band, All City
Orchestra, A Band, A Orchestra.
PHILLIP STEIN-Wood Shop Foreman, Homerm
Treas, Fund Raising Comm.
STEVEN STEIN-Chess Cl, Intra Sports, Soft-
ball Mgr, Yearbook Rep, Foreword Rep.
ROB STEINER-Trek Team, German Cl, Adv
RICHARD STEPHENSON-German Cl 191,
JOHN STERANCHAK-Capt Golf Team 1121,
OVT Drafting, Varsity Cl, Intra Sports, City
Golf Champ 1111.
STEPHEN STURM-Softball Team 191, Varsity
Baseball, Varsity Cl, Intra Sports, OVT Elec-
LOUIS SUPOWITZ-Key Cl, Mgr Allderdice
Broadcasting System, A Orchestra, Prom
Comm, Chess Cl, Intra Sports, Sr Class Play.
VIRGINIA SVIDRO-Anhinga Society, Science
Cl, Scholars Program, AP Classes.
JAMES SWARTZWELDER-AP Chemistry Cl,
Math Cl, Ski Cl, Anhinga Society, AP Classes.
MARK TABOR-Key Cl Sec, Chess Club, SUN,
Intra Sports, Homerm Pres.
MARY SWAZUK-FBLA, ,lr Achievement.
WILLIAM TABOR-Chess Cl.
DELORES TANNY-Social Comm, Prom Comm.
CLENDA TAYLOR-Counselors Aide, FBLA,
Service Cl, Prom Comm, Office Aide, Prom
Entertainment Comm, Homecoming Comm.
LEE TERKEL-Sr Discussion Cl, AP Chemistry
Cl, Varsity CI.
LYNN TERKEL-F TA, A Choir.
ROBERT TEVELIN-Pre-Legal Society, Service
Comm, Intra Sports.
PAT THOMAS-Prom Gift Comm, Prom Picnic
Comm, Sr Social Comm, Red Cross Comm.
VERNA TIDLINE-Prom Picnic Comm, Prom
Gift and Notions Comm, Social Comm, Hall
Patrol, Med Rm Aide.
LAURA TOBIAS-SUN, Publicity Comm,
Hatchet Comm, Homerm Treas 1111, AP
Classes, Intra Sports.
BRUCE TOBIN-Varsity Volleyball, Hall Patrol,
Intra Sports, Homerm Pres 17-81, Shop
ARLENE TORBIN-Foreword Staff, Psycho-
Biology Cl, Debate Cl, Yearbook Rep, Sr
Leaders 110-111, AP Classes.
MARIANA TORCASO-FBLA, Jr Leaders.
CAROL TRACHT-SUN, Anhinga society, A
Choir, Ensemble, All City Chorus.
GAIL TRUST-Hall Patrol, DECA Cl.
TIMUR TURKDOGAN-Cross Country, Track,
Science Cl, Varsity Cl, AP Physics.
BARRY UDELL-A Band.
ANDREW UZONYI-Psychology Cl, Anhinga
Society, Science Cl, Tennis Mgr, Library Staff.
MELVIN VATZ-Sr Prom Comm, Social Comm,
Foreword Staff, Key Cl, Debate Cl, A Choir.
RICHARD VERNA-Intra Sports, OVT Draft-
ing 81 Design.
EMMIE VOZZA-Library Staff, FTA, Prom
Comm, Debate Cl, Chess Cl.
MILTON WACHSBERG-Tennis Team, City
Tennis Champ, Treas Key Cl, Varsity Cl, Sr
Discussion Cl, Homerm Pres.
SUSAN WALD-Prom Theme Comm, All City
Orchestra, Intra Sports, A Orchestra.
RICHARD WALKER-Varsity Cl, Track, Cross
Country, OVT Electronics.
ROBERT WALKER-Hall Patrol.
Sports, DECCA Cl,
WILLIAM WEDNER-Scholars Program, Stu-
dent Council, After Prom Comm, Homecoming
Comm, Homerm Officer.
DEBORAH'WEINER-Human Relations Comm,
AP Classes, A Choir, Social Comm, Prom
Comm, French Cl, AP Biology Cl.
NANCY WEINER-Prom Comm, Social Comm,
SHARI WEINER-A Orchestra, All City Or-
chestra, AP Calculus, Math Cl.
SALLY WEINSTEIN-SUN, Sr Med Rm Aide,
DEBORAH WEISBERG-Editor-in-Chief nf
Foreword, News Editor 1111, Sr Discussion Cl,
Comment Staff Writer, Debate Cl 1101, Girls
Swim Team 191. '
ROBERT WEISBERG-Sr Discussion Cl, Math
Cl, Homerm V-Pres 191, Intra Sports, A Choir.
BARRY WEISER-Marching Band, Concert
Band, German Cl, Intra Sports, All City Band.
DEBORAH WEISS-Sr Social Comm, Spanish
Cl, Homerm V-Pres 191, Intra Sports, A Choir.
STEVE WEISS-A Choir, All City Chorus.
MARK WEITZMAN-Student Council Consti-
tutional Comm, Student Council Publicity
Comm, Sr Class Publicity Comm.
BARBARA WESCHLER-Foreword Staff, FTA,
AP Biology Cl, Jr Leaders, Social Comm,
Student Council Homecoming Comm, Homerm
Pres 1111, Sec 19, 121, Treas 1101.
CYNTHIA WILDER-FTA, A Choir, Sr Leaders
1111, Student Council Rep, Homerm Treas
1111, All City Chorus, Red Cross Comm.
DONNA WILSON-SUN, Psycho-Biology Cl.
WENDY WILSON-News Editor Foreword, AP
US Hist, Homenn Pres, Project Fine Arts,
BRUCE WITT-Sr Track, Cross Country,
Varsity Cl, A Band.
DIANNE WOLFE-Sr Office Aide, Foreword
Rep, Homerm Treas, A Orchestra, Student
NICHOLAS WYNNE-Science Cl, Chess Cl.
LESLIE YON-Spanish Cl.
PETE ZIACAN-Football, Track, Softball 191,
Student Council, Human Relations, Prom
Comm, Varsity Cl.
STEVE ZIACAN-Football, Varsity Cl, DECA.
MICHAEL ZIHAL-Golf Team, Sr Newspaper,
Sr Magazine, Sr Discussion Cl, Varsity Cl, AP
ROBERTA ZISMAN-5x Art, Philosophy Cl,
World Affairs Council, German Cl, Happening
LINDA ZITELLI-FBLA, Intra Sports.
WILLIAM ZUKERMAN-.Ir Track 191, .lr Swim
Team 191, Psycho-Biology C1 1121, Med Cl,
Sr Ski Cl 1121.
Yesterday washes pale and drenched
Tomorrow an eager-to-arrive day
Waits, empty of failure, bursting
With chance. It's the entrance
To the end of yesterday,
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Of the progression of today.
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