Edgemont High School - Respectus Yearbook (Scarsdale, NY)

 - Class of 1978

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Ng? - 1 N' " " ' .J 25 " my .,,, w ,, 3 . i ' t f . 5 Afiiwi 4 ifix 'lik , 'X ,, -' ff fWwwmki i5W' Q, w, f, Hg . f ' 'fa,-+rw- ' 16 zfi .Q M gf W .. W ' , .A . ,EJ , " ' ,W , ,f,wf,w w vgff- ' X X X WX' .,.fM'g'W'QiX,,,,, ,X X , I ,Gi 21 ,. f X4 LX wwf' ' fv XX, X I f my M , W RESPECTUS 'I978 Volume XXII Edgemont High School, Scarsdale, New York DEDICATIUN s 339' dt" A fl' A source of energy, standing before her class, emitting waves of speech, all octaves and speeds, she brings lohnny Tremain and Homer to life for her students. From her eternal youthfulness, emerges all the bub- bles of early life, tempered with the wisdom of maturity. She is always willing to share a funny story and cultivate the creative talents of students - Chicken LittIe's mother hen. She represents a first taste of high school that lasts, happily remembered to the end, having prepared us for an "Open Window" to the future. "She walks in beauty" Mrs. Lois Crawford A knowing glance directed over the rim of tinted shades . . . Stories of Alaska, the West, Guitars, and Iskra .. . A famous van 1429. . . Discussing Contemporary Society in non-West Defending the debaters to the death . . . Sympathy, consideration, compassion, generosity . . . The resident sage of D-11, D-12, A-3, and A-6 . . . A towering intellect and an incredible memory. . . Always time to talk, to help.. . Keeping in touch . . .A titanic man in a not- so-huge body . . . For obvious reasons . . . Mr. E. Robert Bunten L Nw , .,,, Q., RESPECTUS 1978 Literary Essay page 6 Faculty page 20 Seniors page 48 Underclassmen page 116 page 6 page 20 junior High page 128 page 48 ,W page 116 page 128 " M la I is :M-f ' 1 .- Q U ,, Qi, Gr' ,,,,- g"AQQ,1-afijg A I L N,-4 .s- 1 L Q..xv,:,?, tflgvhr- .h A r , . ,t p 1-Mfr ,. . . he iii? L 2. Aygpg fax. 4' 1 YJ, A ' ' .-:X .35 fi. ' -K fi" 4 , fwfi-fs Q!! ' " Q' J " .. , iffue-We , 1- gi W,-.,,.., .r,,,.i .,,,.mWf-- page 140 TABLE OF CONTENTS page 166 E S 5 ti 6 3 .L 2' N-.,,MAx wk.. Sports page 140 Activities page 166 Advertisements page 196 Formals page 230 Senior Index page 233 page 196 Best wishes to the 1 Class of 1978 fi ' From A l1fTfhe,ResP9ctus Staff page 230 page v now, Kimberly , my 0, my . mo Ardsley Rd, Peuiilo, Eugene e nm Hill na. Prnt-1, B md 1 ond na 222 Poll viz. Michael 1az Longview nr. Porazzo Rohan Pg ,Aim . . , 1,119 GI Qdiie Rd,, iz a gem, Elizabeth . g L 5N0lwqdd1Rdf5 fri Katherine . i ' 105 Glendale Rd.,' . VWBBYA Tpddfwg .- Q J , , 'aqiwesmmiymev rid, Rixzwuuh' . . '4,B.CIenwQndkRd,' WV,.. ' ivlin. Elizabeth 1 .. . . 39 kvriwnodkd. ' z --ap5an,,afi.m',. . . High nam za, . Rosen, Michaelg . Q 31 CiubwaY La.. H' W D 1, qrp 1 " , .ki - "wff'J A 4 L ,. Q 'T 1 ,I ,r ' ' 1 WT 2f15f'iGf72 5' 'ff fmgififr 49 as H V Lf be 325' ' 4? 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A isa.i7'M1f',5 Wi J K' gvfef can fake care cf Zfsegf, Bu? fo geffufl vafue ofjby you musi' have somebody if CHVZJQ if wifh ffm X x ,M WEL We can sgoure othgzf 6 amvrov if r' ld' amf 'fry fmafzfgqffui' our own zs workin a fzumfrecf nyc if, and no wail has Been fmmcf mf qc .secumrzg ifmii Eveggow 's a A gsm me e 1+ 5 foe cgfmggoaffow 1' nl ie 1 gk , . f ' 57' gi ., Y W M QMNMQ W. f.. f -A V .fee 'Xt - A .es . 45 - . - ,., -52 . . , . 96 33-Rim. . . . swf-a . wa' Lage asawfgaw 1-2 .. W is f t: Zvi -.-- '11 -' is " ' ' sq a lik 3' A iff . fu T? E at t l. t t is Q BOARD OF EDUCATION Sitting Cl. to r.l: Ms. Barbara Lee Crowder ivice-presidentl, Mr. Geza Neuman de Vegar lclerkl, Ms. Betsy Stern tpresidentl, Mr. Marc Weitzen, Standing il. to r.J: Mr. Allen C. Waller, Dr. David Stein- man, Mr. Geno Altieri. aai i ia aaaiaaaataalls Dr. Alden Larson District Principal "Hello?" ff , If f N .R Tllli . -,,... .. tm A .,..-'Ink -A,-.W Wlliid 4 -t F! 5' "'i'b-av' ,vm 'Wi X "'-N.. Z E , gg Mr. Richard North Dr. joseph Doohan Mr. lohn Bellantonl Assistant Principal Principal Assistant Principal for Student Affairs "Don't ask me, "What an incredible youngster!" "Go away Neil." I'm new around here." 22 if i aneeg MT' Dick Raubolt Mr- Irwin Engel Ms. Eunice Riblinger Motivational Counselor Guidance Guidance "I hear you." "Be with you in a minute." "You'll never get in there." Nt lg f ivxcx xx Ms. Natalie Mann Guidance "I know where your head is at." xg. , Mr. George Wilber Guidance "Do I have to think or will this be a bull Ms. Ann Gordon U session?" Psychologist Come up and see me sometime." soeialst iess eia s iiesseeia st ies socialstut Jfw mtfnbafof one century is rliu uou.suvvaHw of the , 1 , fwxf. UNM razfcali invents the views. when iw has worn them out Mc conservative adopts tlwm. llfdm .5iglisl'iwuz11 isj iz person who dbes things because My have been dime Qfore. 'lQl'lfCWW'f0C1Vl 537 fl jawson, wlfiu dba: thing, Evucazisu theft! Eleven? Been dom 571011. Strolling down memory lane with the Social Studies department brings us King George refusing to put his john Hancock on anything, Mao Tse-Tung singing to Chiang Kai-swek, "A Slow Boat Away From China," and Richard Nixon saying, "I do not choose to run in 'l980." All is as it was, except there is a test on it. Mr. Charles Donnocker Social Studies "Don't call me Daddy Bear." .A f .,, X . . W' -,..f' 4 - , K I W V. 5 my X .HV my 57- ,f" ff""'S-3 1 S 'M -'war 'Jie' l- -B 3 F' fx 4- ,S ' Q , ........-Mao-.t MS- Ellen Perlman Mr. E. Robert Bunten Mr. lames Hogan Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies "l CHFVT, l'm on H diet-" "Who died and left you God?" "The Brahmins may leave." 24 W S We ,e 6 1 -4., ag W' , "ii "rf 'Q sy-Ks, ge K its S 2- ' me , 'tai Y N 'tr QW: ,.Wb U"qa:1", W 'f'. 6 s Mr. Kenneth Miner Social Studies Mr. Steven Goldberg Mr, Norman Gordon "Going to the bathroom Social Studies Social Studies is a primary need." "My son, my wife, and my dog ... f'This class is 3 dictatorship." In Il YA pg 1? fy 3555-sw 5 Q 3 Z isronva f Loveiif' Mr. joseph Verdicchio Mr. Robert Rossano Social Studies Social Studies "Time for another critical thought question." "This is aggignment number l H " 25 'WD at fiat t raaatswirat at at at a? Ms. Kathleen Greenberg "The makeup will be on Monday." Mr. lohn Oliviera "Q.E.D." '-VN Mr. Alfred Cozza Mr. lames O'Brien "Ya gotta learn dose "How about a little competition theorems and postulates." between the rows?" 26 Ms. Karen Berkemeyer "My husband and I always knew we were destined to marry because we have the same number of letters in our names." athmathmathmat math mathmathmathmathmatl Dr. Richard Gasl xmere are time kinds j Hes: Hes, aiavnmdf libs, amf sfatistiks. "Dr, Newman wrote this chapter. I just drew the diagrams." b -...Tl I wasjmtgfiecf to be a5L2 to avz.swe1'J11r'ory1g7,fuzLfZ I saiaf I cfdifi' bww. GIVEN: I will do my homework for math class if and only if my teacher forces me to Ip eql. If my teacher did not sleep well, then he will force me to do my homework tw r-sql. If he slept well, he will smile at my math class irwfsl. PROVE: If my teacher slept well, then he will smile at my class, and I will have to do my homework anyway ir-fs!Xpl. l Q 1. S I m 'r I Nlvw-Qin' ,W I 1 W f.w- ss-in ., ,t ,.,I . .,., , .,..,a,.-.Mm H- Mr. Eric Kantor Mr. Philip Levine ' Ms. Ioan Mellon "This problem will separate the men "The dog ate your car, huh?" "This is a NICE problem!" from the boys and the women from the girls." 27 e e ei m is Q E EEQQSQEQHQQSSEQ EAEQQ SC lencesf Wa have not ffm wzve1'evziQCeaEiig'f0r the minhvw that tfw W ff .mvctge Has, Because we know how if if marie. We have l lost' as much as wejaimeaf gy into tfmt' mai+e1g ,av I g A "nd V J W f o Us filtmielq, Vi, Mr.lohn Mallia 1 L! V 5 A Ml'-Irving Fishman "Dash madly to the Mr.Charles Schuclf Q "IS YOUF head Cold?" periodic table." "You make a better door than a yyiindowf' Y i UUJU X i v9 J jf ff Ms. Dale Zuckerman if ' WW , aww' QV' W N A Mhgfual-tl el-Q "You have permission to belt X K, ff' MQN JS XNns9QpXNLW'1 Ver did ta English." the person next to you." ' , fgvw W ,X U , ,. Je' kj NUM! Qt' qw 'V' nb U W-U i ar' LV' ANL AJJUULL aw Qi H07 ph 4 'Q fy 28 J lwllwi' UJNU U J8xJV,'i lx T2 'Q NX OD KXJD rg 5, J 5 vr"q NJ, ,gl ,xii hx ' ipfj ,wx-QNNJX D-sid! XJ t ww O' ,Xlfx Uv W 4 X l l i ncesciencesciencescience scie cescie eeseie e - i Have you been feeling run-down, older than your years, unsteady on your feet, depressed, over-worked? Maybe you haven't been taking your vitamins and haven't been getting your daily requirement of iron. Come to Health, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Earth Science and find out what's wrong with you. Don't forget the Geritol .. . Mr. Edward Ross "Don't use the word 'gross' in my class!" Ms. Deborah Cannone "Go to the office!" ' 4g'P"WYz1'n'sxW'M , V Q' Q 1 Iii Af :lisa M . l r , ,, t Q wt Ms. Ilene Smith "My mother is an incredible woman." Mr. Alan Strass Mr. Theodore Kelly "lf ice floats, then why does life exist?" "Measure it in Scooby-doos." 29 ia, eia a eiam ua e a gua e arigua el MS- Iill Lehv Ms. Carla Sikdar FrenchfSpanish , Spanish "Vous etes en retard" "I gave it to you this time." An ajor-may oal-gay of oreign-fay anguage-lay udy-stay is to ain-gay oficiency-pray in eading-ray, iting-Wray, and eaking-spay the anguage-lay. Ough-thray all of is-thay, the udent-stay earns-lay about the ulture-Cay, istory-hay, and eople-pay epresented-ray by the anguage-lay he ""' udies-stay. By earning-lay about ther-oay ays-way of ife-lay, the udents-stay ay-may evelop-day an wareness-aay of thers-oay who iffer-day om-fray emselves-thay in oth-bay eir-thay ifestyles-lay and itudes-attay. J" bf? A Sl' 5" an 'A Qi 5 a if A .gi P s I 5? 9.5 ,P ,v X4 30 11 Ms. Eleanor losset Ms. Beverly Adams French French I'm a person, too." "You can say almost anything as long as it means what you mean it to mean." igmgeianguageianguageEanguageianguageiangu Ms. Mary Clogher Latin 4 "Don't make up stories." K Z5 Q Zvemhwmn 41, 1frLL2,1fl ?" 'ffesf' "HM, Jen! Duff game ff, wig Joan' fre ii 552 4 Wm? you an-awev me QV, xmiyjrveffif Wfzci ancfjarmwunce if wqflflkfj jfomignew HWS fyeff Bettev than fhfyffmnounce. Mr. Edward Peduzzi Ms. Toby Perlmutter Ms. Susan Zimmerman Spanish Spanish French "Jest!" "Heavens to Betsy!" "lf you want to ask a question raise your hand." 31 englishenglishengiishengiishengiishengiisheng Ms. Hannah Heyle "Of course I can speak Middle English." TY' b numb W SXUUEN it ii Oydiu- i N i ' 15 PAV 10 M F A , 2 f? 5,9 X '1 fb if 1 f ,,, 1 A3 , . , '-'4 s if :fri Q1 21'-51,10 ag , I E, L K S? f N24 X ll K dnl A Dix -.. , E i ix f LL X N ciwsic Ls .sowwthiiy X Q'Hi "QQ ,J N I V I X - -h I 'Y tfuzt e1ferzybixi'y wants to have read XX L n' X 1 i . M N i and nogoify Mwzfj fo read. i .nik Dr. john Saunders Ms. ludith Cook Mr. Edmond Weinheim "The average teen-ager thinks "No, you may not date my daughters, Hwhar page did you say?" about sex every four minutes." not even one at a time!" 32 shengiishengiishengiishonglis ongiisiaengiisheng Ms. Lois Crawford Mr- Ffederidi Heerde "Marlon Brando is 25 in this movie and "lt's not Nerdy, it's Heerdef' absolutely gorgeous!" u7ufi'z Ls .sfnziycv tliarrfivtivnz, liuf it in bL't'dlL5l' ficfion is olililfcd' fu stick to f7O.S5il.5i'lifi2Jg frufll fsrlif. H!!! 'hr Ms. Carol Willner Mr. john Weiner "Let me tell you about my black bikini." "ln World War II " 33 2 5 E englishenglishenglishenglishenglishenglisheng r :jc is l ' n ng' . :S 'E s lv herb are ' our es n I I lllllt ' C ltr Ms. Eleanor Tomb "lust give me a simple, direct answer. l don't need a full confession." 1 Jon? ive a Mmm or a man that can yeff he a wowf any ww way. 34 ini crash 5 A 'on .ff .1 , f as i Mr. Alberl Hutin Mr. Albert Pisarra "You'll need that for your SAT's." " 'You blocks, you stones, you worse than senseless things,' what do you mean you can't paraphrase lines 8-85, Act Ill, SC,2 of Marc Antony's funeral oration??" Ms. Gail Hildebrandt "This is the PITS!" i p g Mr. james San Marco "Boy oh boy!" Ms. Carol Miner "You chump!" , wr , , 55.25. A if V, Mr. David Kintzing "You want a Iollipop for that?!" The physical education department has taken on the tremendous responsibility of educating the bodies of all Edgemont students Cjock and non-jock alikel. Through a program with a wide and attractive variety of athletics, the gym teachers have wrestled their way into the schedules of every student, aiming towards the goal of developing "sound minds in sound bodies." Although it may be difficultto keep track of the scores of athletic opportunities offered, the faculty is really "on the ball" in serving the needs of our student body. 35 physedphysedp y dphyse hysedphysedphy facui ai a q i a fas a ity .. ...-.1 I... ki- -fi 5,51 ix ,M UI' Q "Ah HQ ft x 2 ' ,Lg Q QQ ' ge W rsi Ifziv gQiQ 2 ?mQ Eacu 1 5 -wx lv 37 artsartsartsartsa a a as a s artsartsartsartsai ou ccwfi' ck end on ow' inyas when ll Mr. Philip Russell Art Let's do something strange.' r our Z mation is outjcfoous. There is something for everyone in the Fine and Practical Arts Department. And if you find that you can't paint, sculpt, draw, play the sax, make a chair, sew in a zipper, type a letter, or produce a film-Edgemont also caters to those with academic needs. We m 'Q I Mr. Robert Schwartz Mr. Dennis Gilbert Shop Instrumental Music "l still have all my fingers." "Don't overblow." 38 are Q artsartsartsarts artsartsartsartsa as 5 all G' as 5 as 5' 3 EF Ms. Lisa Spar Typing Mr. Dan Lyon "Don't play with the machines-they're Vocal Music not toys!" "Energize it!" in " Y au. 'WT " iii Wm," -l-: I. x . 'llliii WN ' Q4-" I fi it ii lllftezltever I aw? ' A H' avyf 19 m a, if mean.-s thai' it YS is m?fL? JQOOVE Mr. Carl Trovato Ms. loan Adler Art Home Economics "Shut up you hags!" "How many of you put in the salt?" 39 -. . 1,1-1 1 433 a wia ?E is aEaa.a ata3arrafiaasaa a 2 sfis a a Mr. lames Cleary Media Center Ms. Roseanne Catania Media Center The green pen or your life." pi? "This is a real mickey mouse arrangement." Mr. Phil Terbush Media Center "I hate these "'0!08r machines! Q,-5 - ef M st gfe EEigea i s e frei . ,t., Y rw 3 Ms. Cheryl Rubin , Dr. Carole Hankin L. D. Resource h f Developmental Reading "What can I say? Do another card." X O X "Keep reading-faster!" C t EU, of K Q N 40 or wflfit Q ,Qu Ewa ' ef i .. L A4 . We W? K, L f M. i N W fi, 5,33 ? E Ms. Marilyn Hartsook Librarian "Hi, can I help you?" ff,, KW X Q Ei l v .e U G 4 . L- 5 8 , .' 4... , V 4 4 fr- ik ' , 5- fx, . A-. f mann U KXX. MX XX X Ms. Stella Karlak Mrs. Barbara Kaminsky Mrs. Claire Bossung Librarian Library Clerk Library Clerk "Please get to work." 41 'K t f' ' t e ae o et e ae bonethe acicbone the ae lust for a minute, try to ima ine life at Edgemont without a few iey, yet often overlooked individuals. Imagine not having the Custodians and Maintenance Men to save us from drowning in our own garbage, to keep us warm, and to let us into our lockers when we forget our combinations and are late to math class. We would starve to death without the Cafeteria Ladies, or at best slowly die from candy over- doses. We would have to say "by- by" to bagels, hot muffins, and Ap- ple Munchies. The Guidance Secretaries are truly indis ensable. They help us find ourseiifes, our schedules, our teachers, our classrooms, our colleges, and our grades. How would we get along without Ms. Buckner to pick up the pieces after we get squashed in the 'A' building hall or trampled on the football field? The Front Office Secretaries give us the absentee bulletins, passes, early dismissals, and our lunches and gym shorts. How could we say, "Hello" to fastcompt without Mrs. D? Without Kim the Operator how would we get an outside line? We would be cutoff from the rest of the world, alone on the top of White Oak Lane-forever. We want to thank the backbone of the school for feeding us, cleaning up after us, keeping our records straight, and adding to our lives at Edgemont. Ms. Kim Cottam Switchboard Operator 42 Q Ms. Beverly Engel Front Office , -figsfi' Ms. Hilda lochnowitz Front Office .it Ms. loan Pillar Ms. Lucille DiPalermo Principal's Office Computer Room aime e ae i e ack oneihebackbonethe Ms. Gilda Sillman Ms. Linda Duryea Ms. Cathy Swanson i Guidance Secretary Guidance Office Guidance Secretary , awww N ,ws If 'Mew -Q. As K ,.1Q ,L . .wa 5' in Q4 1 Q , rw, X , 'S V, 1, 4 -i f Ms. Ruth Moonan Ms. loAnn Buckner School N urse Ms. Hilda lobsenz Attendance Guidance Secretary Secretary 43 thebackbonethebackbonethebackbonethebai Kitchen Staff Virginia Adabody, Mary Lou Ritchie, Lola Conziolazio, Camille Parente, Franca Corgreras, Helen Capuano. Facilities Maintenance Roosevelt Mitchell, Don Lauro, Ed Clay, Mike Nor- done. Lunchroom Aides Ann Panzera, loan Fine Marion Simeone. Custodians Michael McKenna, Armondo Stains, Vic Chuquillanqui lames Papini, Michael F Nordone. fawi awi aeui acultyfacultyfacultyfacultyf N, "The devil made me do it!" 4 w ,ia 3 . iff -J K "-S. ir h WNVA W "All ofa sudden, we got sucked out of our chairs," -W we - mx if mi, Aa" y I Plotting the overthrow of the administration - "Try our new improved . . . " 45 facuityfacultyfacultyfacultyfacultyfacultyfacultg "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." "See no evil." - "l.et's let lohnnytry it . , . yeah! He'll drink anything!" - Mr. America at Muscle Beach "Watch it, Kintzing!" "That's not an option." 46 ultyfacultyfacultyfacultyfacultyfacultyfacuhyfacu "Those kids ripped us off-it's oregano!" ! "E.l.'s a little camera shy!" J i 5 iB Self-Portrait. "Hmm ... this one would look great on 1 my night table." i "I just finished filing "And that's 47 your term paper!" the truth! Prhth!" o s 0 0 0 Q 0 O 9 0 5 l ' s ' o ' 0 ' 0 . 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U-H'M,,i , Je-9. -I -...,- - -I :Lagos Q...-ev, .9 "Qmd"g3 96511.-.5 - if 5 5 , 1,9 0 0.55-0,5599-4 pgmpgobmv- ,f .,.gEjg,Q,f, wb' .bfi QQ .Eff " -'H .. 'y..,'9'f0b'f"i!! ""',7. 5 "!- Q ' .. .',"". "" ft." "'..-.f 70. " "' -on v--"'.--', -G2.9'f.-"1'T' v v-1.00 --v - L0 1u,O "",bb. .oo. -0, of ,.fC.,,,,,A,I' . .J - . ,, ,jgyjoavenffy ffmfe is nofhinj fha? cmfmoi' hcyvjaen. FACES 50 WW?-K3 C -d""' A MIRROR , ' I Ml SENIGR FORUM nf, ii . l m lk' Y 'f' 'f VT 55 s i , ' vt ifjfyi ik- gghyn ,W . x ,: Q P ri sfo. ' Y .. 33' 9 f fi f fl .. V' , 'l all ' ,Li!'41"s ' " f' .LL- H.. w ei, Nts? When it appeared that the Class of '78 was not going to have an overnight Senior Forum, a group of concerned students and faculty members organized to secure what became our two-day adventure at the Peekskill Dude Ranch. During the debates over Forum, Mr. Steven Goldberg emerged as a true friend of the Class of '78 in his 52 .L Mwmzaww xc. 3 if A 7 'Li qu- HP SENIOR FGRUM 5 Q" Q f f Val iii 1 Q 1 ' I- 1 -- li .' iv ...TL-f determined efforts to insure an opportunity for our class to prove itself as a group. As the moving spirit behind Forum, his enthusiasm spread to all members of the Senior Class. In recogni- tion of his concern and support, we would like to dedicate our memories of Senior Forum to Mr. Steven Goldberg. 53 SENIOR POLL Class Clown - lo-Ann Teitelbaum and Neil Hart V if A 51 ,,,. l,,f+i1N ' x lf Done Most For Edgemont - Kathy Reed A Wittiest - Jordan Thaler and Linda Eskay A and David Lefkowitz 54 l Most Likely To Succeed - Mike Rosen and Ellen Friedman W 4 f f. 3 2' f A Best Looking - Paul Arancio and Sue DelDuca , af A Best Dressed - Rick Weinstein and Amy Bright Most Appreciated By Teachers - Dan Winograd and lane Wilson SENIOR PULL l Sexiest - Barry Shaevitz and Sara Weiner ' 'Z f 17? ' rfgbff' ., A , , A Biggest locks - Todd Cosgrove and Barbara Dworetzky A Most Enthusiastic - Chris Auffant and Nancy Eschenbrenner If A Biggest Flirt - Matt Lyon and Nancy Dudwick 4 Friendliest -- Steve Markowitz and jennifer Osborne aw Hniwgs X X13 A Best FigurefPhysique - Gip Erskine and Helen Wilson A Most Respected - Brian McDonald and Layne Hudes Camera Shy: Most Unappreciated Brainiest: A BY Teachers: Miriam laffe I Debbi Gold David Schacheyr - Bob Porrazzo are Qcwrfzif iojmf 157 wiffi Man ffm cwmo ance gcajoozf examJvL'e. 55 56f sen iors Biff A DAVID STEVEN LEFKOWITZ Very little is needed to make a happy life. It is all within yourself, in your way of think- ing. -Marcus Aurelius David, Dave, Lefko, Lefkabean, the Bean, T.V. Tech . . . july 4,1976. .."It's only 53.50 ... Ir. class treas . .. "If it isn't juicy gossip change it" summers with the kiddies and EP8tSG .. . vacations with Lee Es- pana '77 PB8tJ dentopeditis lifetime A.V. man . . . TTFN ... fl. 8 at 1000 ... '67 Dart ... ETV ... "Your chauffeur" Her circle . . . "No, what does that mean?" . .. the eye of Campus and Respectus . .. abstemious always . . . mom and dad, yours ormine...MCP...ll1,2,3SW...kingof the cliche. .. eternal telephone calls about everything and anything ... BBYO ... "Sure" . . . Great Expectations . . . G.O. Prez ... Marathon '78 "Nosh or Brew" chop Suey . . . eternal busy signal . . . other V2 of Lefko-Alter team . . . White Oak at 1 am-9 am ... Delhi gang "Star crossed lovers" Orange light . .. artificial food coloring... "she's so nice" . . . 13 yr. club it's time to go, but it's been great! DAVID SCHACHER P What a piece of work is man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculty! In form and reason how express and admirable, . . . the beauty of the world. -Shakespeare David . . . Dave. . . Schach . . . Music fanatic ... intellect animal lover urbanite ... friend ... "Last night I heard" "Is anything going on tonight" "Do you want to get tickets for. . . ", "l'll survive". .. "l hate math!" "My friends from the zoo" "Salut" Late night parties at Miriam's Bicycling on Sundays Fri- days at the Philharmonic Nights at the opera ... Summers at the zoo ... the French exchange , . . "When I was in France ", work at the Deli... French phone calls from Ted .. . Out West Summer 1973 ...Saturday art trips. . .three books a week "I'll miss Edgemont, but it is time to move on ... " af if il 23' iff' VJ' IP X V gifs t "So many faces in and out of my life. Some will last, some willjust be now and then. Life is a series of hello's and goodbye's - and then l'm afraid it's time for goodbye again." -Billy joel 4 SUSAN DelDUCA B- Sue, Susie, Susan, Susum, if sum, "SSS" DelDuchi Duke ... 9-19-29 ... mudduck the other V2 . . . peanuts . .. stero ... the 11th torture ... . reject sister . . . C-B.F. Stott's Motel . . . SAC Special Secrets A8tP yellow vet Florida wfAmy A California ... lost in So. ' 15 Hampton . .. Camaro . . . sum- - mer in the city . . . Lori and me IB.S.l ... egg rolls and pork , ' if chewy . .. s.s. 84 DP's . .. over- tired laughing. . . puppydog . .. ,sh-A "I can't hassle it" . . . Daswcass V 4- ... dieting ...cruisin wfCindy Wfygerjg K ... "really" ... 2-36's ... sign tg. I iff? language... love and romance , new gang video dating ' W, ... wait 'til college. S i i ,WJ f , :sf , ' . ' . - H ' . "Of all the things I value most, only the good times and precious memories will keep me warm in my darkest times . . . " -Michael Longo 4 MICHAEL LONGO Mike ... Mikey... Ginzo... Tall No. 1 Con Artist Happy Wonderer Sportsmaniac Football and Baseball '75 Skeet shooting with Nick . .. Slightly Stubborn ... Unexpected Temper ... Guns, Girls, Gambling ... Renowned Optimist .. . "So when's the wedding?" ... "Don't worry, I'll be on time." "What took you so long?" Summer of '75 in Italy with Rich ..."I didn't know Rich and you were cousins," .. . Puerto Rico we and the warm weather, "I asw can't stand the cold." .., Pasta and Cake. . . Keeping my hands warm in the warmest place Avoid all facts ... Constant Crammer and Perpetual Procrastinator . . . Loves to sleep and eat An offer you can't refuse. . . May 1, 1976. . . That's when it all started ... The beginning of many good times. Why does man kill? He kills for food. And not only food: frequently there must be a beverage. -Woody Allen 4 BENIAMIN SVETKEY Svet ... A funny thing hap- pened onthe way to the forum I , ... Excusssse Me. . . Ron's sum- mer home . .. Submit for your V approval . . . four tone Volks. .. I Allen, Gleason, and Martin I' voted most likely to get lost . . , the last Svetkey. 5 , ai. seniorsf57 ,rv L 1 1 31,9 "Ns A NANCY HELENE DUDWICK "Childhood days departed, adolescence gone, Seeking newer horizons, now we must rnove on." Nancy. . . Nanc, Duds . . .The crew ... Fights over NOTHING wfSusanne . . . Espana '77. . . Races with Laurie jenny's laugh fights wfKathy. . .The window , .. saved by the BELL ... Camp Blue Ridge C.F. cruising with Cathy.. . Hunk Hunting . . . Wed- nesdays Kenny's harem DP's8tSS8tP8tB ... For Sale:4 beautiful chicks . . . "When you're a senior" "I'm in love again" Mustang II ... David 81 Henry ... My little sister . . . A-wipe . .. "Stick it in your ear" ... Best enemies . . . Xmas parties at my house... all night at forum ... I luv you-Amy...17-years with Liz .. . P.S,l.T, I love you . . . The letter ...Super heroes . . .chicken fights in the S.L. . . .I know how you feel, Zindo O,411, 84 Fire Dept Marathon '78 . .. 13-year club . .. "I get by with a little help from my friends." Earth Sciencesg , 58X seniors A IEFFREY MARK SHUSTER jeff, Buddy Shust, "Baretta" Cham- pagne Taste, "The Gang" crude, Chester "King Macho", "Trying to break the speed of light in the Regal", . . . Weightlifting . . . sex, drinking, party- ing . . . Tull, Boston, Springsteen.. .Pink Floyd . . . Track 74-76, Football "77", Coach Pete, "Damn it to Hell" . . . R. G., "64" or "69", skiing at Mahopac . . . who wants to go to class? ... "mystery woman", Let's do it up ... How's my hair? ... Lake George Camping ... South Seas, "DP's" "The Incredible Peach". . .Did you see what she had on? ... "I hate C.T,'s" ... "Heinekins or Mic", World's greatest parents . . . what's high school without a great senior year ... "To hell with schoolwork, I want to make my first million!" RICHARD ALAN ALTERMAN "Sit and watch the sunset, orange, gold and yellow seem to fill the sky - day turns into nighttime, holding hands we just ignore the passers by - what a wonderful time, why don't we go out tonight." -Steven Alterman '77 Rich . . . Richie. . . Big Rich. . .Little Alterman. . .Yellow Duster. . .65 Pontiac. . .100,000 mi. or bust... R.A.A. ... No brakes . . . Cross Country Vet . . . Captain . . . Other half of Alter-Lefko team . . . Your parents or mine. . . Like an arrow. . .We met in A-6. . . Pam. . Lee and Steve . . . Last minute dates.. .the double check . . . Lucky forever . . . Inventions ... Her circle... Summers at the park... Abstemious always . . . W.P.T. parking lot .. P.B8tl . . . T.T.B. and T.T.F.N. . . .White washing at Lefko's. . . Football games on Highview ...Painting White Oak Lane... Practice at 7 A.M. ...Chop Suey . . . Doing what comes naturally ... Trip to Boston . . . glass through the sneaker . . . The best listener. y IUDIT MULLER P ludit, judi, jm . . . lolvlo, Grasshop- ii per and Carmen. ..we do ceilings ,ft z 4,2 44 ... bottles of sc ... capricorn, 'gn l ' L moon in taurus adventures at Kensico and Croton . .. What else is a thumb for? ... munchies . .. marshmallow sundaesfchocolate sprinkles ...gunking ... I'm hav- ing so much fun . .. office parties and Carmen's homegrown. . .4744 ...grateful dead 81 csny. . . patchy jeans and hippie shirts. . .seen any ponytails? ...yinfyang . .. C-ROK ...C.ibran. . .joni . . , j-day in cen- tral park . . . exploring. . .unicorns ... desiderata ... YIPPIE! ... Chocolate meringues ... I think it's beat .. . doing horrible things and weird noises.. . Ardsley again ... tokeneke ... toerings ... forgot the matches . .. see ya 1984 ...ROLLL...Ia di at...etc. ,... . I 4 was ff., ' R232 Ano' what about the zebra? ls it a yellow horse with black stripes or a black horse with yellow stripes? correct answer: neither, a zebra is an invisible horse striped black and yellow so you can see it coming. -Alan Watts .. . . ,- - . 1215:-..'E-Q-f55't,,g.f'3 g....veQ:.vfg3,:,:-.1f'z-Y-24.5g.:.-Q'-fgsmggfg,'xxx-sr-iz .gg c , - ' gd, f HELEN WILSON Joni, fut, Helsinki, Helena, World's most coordinated clutz Barefoot! Better late than never ... Big Dog on Campus Val's side kick johnny-on-the-spot Space Cadet . . . johnny weedseed . . . anteanae weirding out skinny dips TUNA!-Prime Filet ... ln sync w! sully ... ketchip kaper Gilgo Shaeffers H.R.D. Parties. . . New yrs. eves ...sneaking in at dawn . . . best rents West 84 Wewaxation ... The Best Vacations, -NH.-TETRA!, S.H.-j's houses Uam'sl the electrice house sunrise on the roof . . . Kensico ... S.M.H.L.-red 81 white ... picnics. . . "Bottle of wine, fruit of the vine " .. . loni, the Dead-Englishtown . . . playing EXTRATICKLETERRITORALITY... Jack, Tequilla lwfthe worksi . .. Hopeless Romantic-tricky biz ... Pedew Bewton lpapa beari-"Doink Boink me!" Hectic late nites at the service entrance ping!-secret ren- dezvous never give up slightly whacked but still intact ... l Confess, can you? "l'm always runnin' behind the times, just like this train shakin' into town wfthe brakes complainin' . . -joni DEBBI GOLD P We live so fast, ourlife goes past Before we ever know it When love is strong, it can't be wrong f To find a way to show it We try to build a dream Where things are beautiful, the way they seem And all of life is like a perfect dream. -Edgar Winter 84 Rick Derringer Deb, Debbie, Debby, Arizona State, weekends in the Hamptons wfCliff . .. stuck between two funerals . . . "You ask for it you got it, Toyota" . . . Baby, featur- ing the incredible Lady's Man. .. Lynda, I can't get the boot off . . . we are going to meet Aerosmith - YEAH! . . .Why are you only sixteen? . . . going down a one way street- wrong way - twice, Tw!S, tipping wfTina, liminey Cricket, bathroom pit stops, Camel filters, everlasting train ride from Lazarium, ludy - I mean Michele TGIO! W,,,i,.,M.Ak,s,,. ,,,. g , k,,, ,Lu K, 4 K, V K K , ..,,, , N , , A , ,,,,,,,s,s,,, , .,. f.-Mai in 1:11,--fm., .f i- ,-t:tf:f,.f 1- at . f f seniorsf59 fm CLAIRE WEISSMAN Citch your dreams before they slip away, dying all the time, lose your dreams and you will lose your mind, and life's unkind." -Stones Claire, Clarice, Weissy baby airhead ... cruising in Lori's Camaro ... P8tB with Danny. . . B.O.C.E.S. boys . , . study- ing trees with Mike.. . Anthony 81 Eddie Greek nightclubs belly dancing ... Two Star Coffe Shop with Geannine ... " tell him to get ost." ... Billy's house with Eric and ludy "He's so queer!" . . .The Stones, Zeppelin, Bread- definitely meeting Evan with Laura ..."We're not members of the D.G.! . .. chugalug with Nan . . . V.O. with the girls doing donuts with Lori "Let's - swoon'." . . . "Spit out the gum, Claire." . .. cruises to Crestwood . . . party- dinners at my house the graveyard with Lori and Ted Artillery Lane . .. eggcreams 84 cheese . . . Goodbye Edge- mgnt ,, , T0ny'5 the best! . . . . " " ' - 'fiftf fi-fffi t ' '3 "fi l 60f seniors GAIL DOROTHY HOFSTAD "A task without a vision is drudgeryg a vision without a task is a dream, but a task with a vision is victory." -Martin Broones Gail Gail Hofstad not Hofstead not Hofstadt ... Star Trek Capt. Kirk lswoonll Star Trek Conventions . .. ready for space exploration. . .star questing . . . dreamer, reader, loyal friend, would-be writer, Duncan dancer "What kind of dancer?". . .classes every Friday. . . "I love to dance!" . . . On Stage ... Sultan's silent wife - "Don't Drink the Water" The late Mrs. Boyle - "The Mousetrap" "Hey Griff!" "What's on TV tonight?" ...Mark Harris f"'sigh'l . . . Happiness is - brownies and milk, family sharing times, horses, bicycling on the Parkway, long talks with Atsuko, cat naps with Marmalade lpurrll . .. Good-bye to Edgemont . . , love from Aurelan. V HX tt ,lx 'f 549, H" CHI KIM Chi, Cheeee, Kim living in city for a short time ... Weekend with old friends Feb. 6 '76 first time wf N.F. ... Letter from Storm King red rose forever Mademoiselle ...Tennis wf Denise . . . "How do you say that?" . . . VW's forever.. . "looking for what?" ... Donuts and Bagel ... "I want to get that" . . . Talking on the phone -forever ... Nights outw! Marci and Denise. . .We will never get in wfout ... Always at D.D. and P 81 B after H.D. ...Christmas in Florida wf Yoko ... Shortie ...9-12, long time but short wf a lot of memories . . . 4 EDDIE KRASS "lt was a new day yesterday, but it's an old day now." -jethro Tull Eddie . .. The Ed's . . .Tennis Champ... Comeback Kid ... Zeppelin Rules ... Tull...Who...BadCo...concerts... "Blow your face out." and, oh yes, the 1. Geils Band . . . This is true. . . How do you figure? Oh, stop Out- rageous good times with Biscuit la great guy and a true friendl ... ap- preciated Saunders and Cook for being great people who really cared about me ... tribute to Peduzzi for all the times I got away without doing any work freally, the most interesting teacher I ever hadl . . . sectionals of '77 dedicated to Coach Hogan .. . Beat Hastings saw Great Geils Gig wf Nelson andthe Fuzz. . .en- joyed philosophy about life in general and such things . . . Destiny Southbound ...Thanks Mr. Hogan for all the support you gave me . .. lt's only right that you should play the way you feel. -Fleetwood Mac V H KL W to tits ' ,Q 1' "I did it my way" 4 IOHN BRIAN LONG lohn, Wacko, johnny, Longo, l.B.L. . . , Be cool Archie's home Berty + Cos Three ofa kind ... Three "C" club ... Future owners of D.P.'s . . . lack D., and Mich's Berty's boat Wild parties I can't get enough of it Hey where's the big "M" ... Doohan's suspensions . . . The Big Flush at Forum. . .Crazy Mike land 2. .. Working with Rusin . . . Football Captain with Cos ... Good times... You're a knucklehead ... Mustache Man . .. Larraine is not P.P. Rip offs Thanks girls, it has been fun, Ha Ha Home lames Good friends Berty and Cos ... Florida. . ."Z". . . ltcouldn't be better. Frank S. IENNIFER EVE FANG P jen, lenny, Fang, Fangawang, Fangola, Fangerooey tcourtesy of Ebol ,... import from NJ, ... Break-in at H.H.S. running home for O.l. with L.M. . . . co- capt. of varsity v-ball . . . C'mon you guys! . . .coke, cheesecake, and ice cream w!Y.K, and M.O. ... hurdler on G.V.T. ... long summer trips to Europe and Asia ...always wf Yumi and Chi... ex-soda jerk at P818 . .. Boston, l.l., and Long Island ... memorable canoe trip in '76 . .. great sweet sixteen "Layla" ...3-yr. club . . . meanest stare. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made the difference. pigagfgz ,:::z,2.i. f. Vg: 115 ' Robert Frost seniors! 61 DAVID WEINER Never fear the want of business. A man who qualifies himself well for his calling, never fails of employment. -Thomas jefferson Winer not Weener ... Schnitz ... Veener Schnitzel ... Lafayette Radio Electronics four-wheel drive Grateful Dead Baco Weins fender stratocaster . . . tennis . . . soflens ... "Daveee" ... Mr. Perspective ... dark glasses . .. 18-year club . Moun- tain View Hotel and Bar. u .. , 1 62! seniors Thank you Edgemont for teaching me what to be ., . and what not to be. t v I . KN mg 4 BRENDA BARCLAY Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant, they too, have their story. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter, for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. You are a child of the Un- iverse, no less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the un- iverse is unfolding as it should. With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. -Max Ehrmann "First you're born, then soon you're gone Don't waste your time, don't wait too long Don't be discouraged by yesterday If you believe in yourself, no one can take it away". KEVIN LEE HARRIS Kevin Kev Kevin Lee Heavenly Tarzan and jane Santa and his Reindeer oe Marvin Block concerts and the beach Peter Allen and Dan Fogelberg Parcheesi and Backgammon Anonymous Cindy you moron Feebee and Belair Andy lo Ricky my friend for life I m not going to Westchester' That last night of summer Any parties friend Butch constantly chang Ing the radio station Needs a little salt Sunday dinners Close your mouth l can t see The Rock screwdrivers Doubles Digit PARTY Crawdad Hiya crabby Tomorra Pierce Arrow 113855 Q' LORI GIALLEONARDO Love is like holding your breathe, sooner or later you have to let go! Scungili brain, W.L., D.G. ...cruising in the maro ... Stones, Aerosmith, Zappa, Chicago, 84 Zepplin . . .wasted days 84 nights always in trouble Pitman Ave Graveyard Beasts Baretta's theme WXACE Mafia Hills . .. cruises to Can- dlewood sleeping over Maryann's Let's party... Drano City. . . Longtalks wf- ludy . .. RICH GIRL... Last minute good- bye letter . . .1-18-77, never to be forgotten ... Rainy Sundays . . .8-17-77. . . memories 84 poems ... Late 1:00 wfKing V ... ORANGE Days of December You don't have to bea Star.. . P.C. ...Necklace ...TMH...swooning...TheBig"E"... Waiting for P.C. after Driver Ed ...Spitting Squad. . .Gum Addict. . .Greenville Nights ...Finally made it! . . . Till the next time we say good-bye . .. r - MARC WALDBAUM Marc, the Erd . . . A dedication to Theodore M. Howell lll-I'm getting out of here! . .. The Quog . . . Ride, what ride officer? The innocent in New Rochelle. Mr. Slow and Mr. Whip with George. Cruising in the Grand Ville. Rides to the hills. . .Zappa . . . D.G. That light looked like six doughnuts. . .The brain police. Christopher 84 the eye treatment. .. Ted, that's Morbid! Slip... Let's go out and change the weather. G.P. ...Pancakes at Bill's house with lemonade. Too many rides at playland. Hey Marty, wanna party? The races. . . Bill, you go first. . . The bomb. Mailboxes. Oh, no, it's a cop! Let's go for a ride. Senior Costume Party . . . Death to traitors, V ATSU KO SATTA P Azuka Asuko Bazooka? No! Atsuko! ...green bag... hi hoffer! ...T0f20f77 DeeDee 84 Yumi . . . I know I know! A diet! lsigh'! hi grandma! tennis - don't slug the ball too hard concerts?! Love 'eml .. .Bake a cake for New Comers' Club - okay! A Baum Kuhen ... Senior Forum, Ranger my horse! The Lone Ranger Rides Again?! . . . Sheri My puppy! you're so cute! ... japanese school dropouts huh Yumi? playing the piano - of course Yoriko. Good luck with lulliard Gail how's Patrick? parties 'til two .. years at Edgemont nice memories left . . . good luck and good bye . .. from Rayna. ' Wwe Master of time setting sail over all our lands, and as we look forever closer, shall we now bid Farewell farewell . . . - Yes seniors! 63 SCOTT HOWARD MAYERS Scott ...Scotty . . . The Grateful Dead... Long Live "The Peach!". . . Lino's Boomer Cordoba Cruisin' Englishtown Party, Sept. 3rd . . . "G.P.D. ii62" . . . Boca Raton H912 Turbo" The Duster Strikes Again . . . Tonics. . . Excellent Gold ... "Get Rid of Those Landloads" ... BACO In Minerva.. ."Hey, Pinkface!". .. The Rangers 'Boro Lights . .. M.S.G., "BEER HERE" . .. V.W. FLlPlN' . . . Satur- day Morning Street Hockey Moped Madness . .. Meadowlands Old Ports ... Terrapin Town ... Gooners Dead Math Quiz "So It Goes" Space Crew Perlman Fan Club "Waffle, waffle" . .. G.O. Softball ... "Well the first days are the hardest days, don't you worry any more" -Garcia, Hunter Y 64f seniors Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow, Don't walk behind me, I may not lead, Walk beside me - and just be my friend. -Camug IENIFFER LISA P LANDESMAN jennifer ... jen ... Nerf ... Nifer . . . Gen . . . Don't call me jenny! . . . IAKLS' . . . D.P'S8tS.S. . . .A bomb at Friendly's. . .un- expected parties ... summer nights at Greenville gossip wf the girls I.I's long talks wf Har ...where did you get that laugh? . . . French major ... cruise in the dart ... snagged at lim's long talks wfZanne. . . Pea inthe nose... surprise at Gung's 7's . .. quick cruise? 7-course snacks at Susanne's ... Aerosmith wf Shar 84 Chelle Bad Co. wf Kim 81 Susanne ... penny- pinching pump ... Strike. Cheese, Donut' '-l'll call the cops ... another day, another diet, Lin . . . The Crew' ... Drive-up window ... N.H.-'76 middle child ... But I'm seventeen .. . Super Heroes. . . Chicken fights in the S.L. ...wordly talks wf Zin... 0, 411, Fire Dept 6-yr. club ... "If I can't have you, I don't want nobody baby."-P.S. ... 4 RANDY WISE "Why? Because life's a bitch!" - a wise man Randy tRobertl Wise, Ran, Randolph, Radney, Raul ... Mr. Mature ... Always working too old in- tellectual but not ... bazaardom respected? anti-macho A "senior" for two years. . . P.O.W. ... New Year's Eves .. . Oct 31, 1975 ... "utopias" . .. night at B.S.'s . . . Wizer Leslie, Leslie, Leslie trips to Vassar . . . The White Comet . . . syn- copation L. Reed, W. DeVille, T. Verlaine, P. Smith, T. Kray, and N.Y.C. stereo epiphany from spleenectomy 75-an ex-almost jock ... "Life's a Bitch", "Quad?", "Barry?". . . a bad hangover from Six- Pack .. . never D.P.'s Good times with a wide variety of friends-close, distant, good, and bad. DANIEL HAYIM WINOGRAD "No man is the whole of himself, His friends are the rest of him." Danny, Dan, Whiz Kid, Wino, Winny Danograd ... smiling usually ... talking ALWAYS . . . afternoon football, weekly basketball ... New Year's at lo's . .. Boon- ton NJ. and Physics talks ... chocolate cream pie... Playland ... hot cocoa at X- mas. . . D.C. hookers and payoffs . . .a real Frenchman - ren-dez-vous at Alesia White Oak till 7:30 a.m. ...early morning patriots at Forum . . . a walker . . . C.C.? . .. me, a jock?! .. . Beatles, S.8tG., BILLY IOEL famous moods FIDGETING I DON'T know these people. . . constant sar- casm come on, SMILE good guys finish last code language who's at your house? ...the C.I.A. ...drives to B. Robbins ... Arthur Treacher's? ... ice cream and munchies . .. I want to go to- ... bummer ... appreciated ... PB8tI ... long talks forever in the driveway ... greatest friends in the world . . . love to the Big Three and Frisky . . .thank you everyone who opened my eyes a little more. Y YE iX A sf hanging out in 70 acres . . . Chicago! Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, Led Zep concerts . PETER STUART BLIER P To laugh often and muchg to win the respect of intelligent people and the affec- tion of children, to earn the appreciation of honest Critics and endure the betrayal of false friendsg to appreciate beautyg to find the best in othersg to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition, to know even one life has breathed easier because you lived. This is to have suc- ceeded. -Ralph Waldo Emerson Peter, Blier, Fuzzy, Poor Peter, Petey, Pierre . . . BLUE eyes, tall . . . highly organized dis- organization perfectionist idealist ... Respectus all hours, all days, always . .. CAMPUS . . . Poor Richard's . . . A.V. . . . 7 UpfG.E. ...Our Town . . . Musicals . . .The Tree House the EiatfAudifValiant open road top downwind and classical music walking- one with nature Cape Cod Sailing.. .Northfield '76. . .Cor- nell '77 . .. happiest when helping . . .con- tent when needed . . . Marathon . . . P.B. 84 I's . .. "What do you want to do?" ...late night laughs, food, movies 81 cruisin'. . .hot chocolate on Xmas eve ... singing ... N.Y.C. at dawn . . . talking in the driveway ...LATE ,..SpeIl? . . . tilting ..."In other words" . .. "When are you coming back" ...live life to its fullest . . . COMPROMISE? ...over-committed . . . NICE GUY . . . Mr. G. .. .my most valued memory, my friends .. .you'll always be part of me . . . THANKS. Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass or glory in the flower, we will grieve not-Rather find strength in what remains behind. -William Wordsworth 4 AMY SUSAN BRIGHT Amy, Am, "A", peewee. . .SAC ... special secrets . .. P.Bf Wfj ... behind that look of in- nocence ... PBB ... "we're groovy" ... DP's 84 SS . . . 6.25- Cin ... p books 81 s lessons . .. UpstairsfDownstairs CABC ..."eating" . . . 32 nodoze Thecrew...I luvu Nan...lN- date ... H8tT ... Vallies ... Stott's Motel .. . IoMala gang ... twin brother . . . future psy? jr Love 1st experiences .. . bunny ...times change... so do people ... Fernwood . .. true campee . .. V2 Fiercesome fighters ... puppydog ... An- dover preppie ... Ill. boy ... diamonds 8t roses. . .18 yr. club magic politics: Florida wf Sue . . .Thanx . . . best possi- ble .. . it's about time Stace . .. H17 ., . videodating . . . B2SfN19 ...the gossip. . . hello's 84 good bye's . . . I do care.. .dreaming, laughing, crying, philosophizing seniors! 65 LOUIS "CIP" ERSKINE "The only true competition a man has is with himself." -Ventresca SPIKE . . . Gip . . . Geepy . . . Apprentice to B-Master Bolt Gang Buy U.S. Bongs ... HP 9-30-77 with Nole and Steve. .. "Let's hit the" TROF "F" dudes "Yo Doog, let's blow this bird" . .. "Floor it Flav no stop signs" . . . CRASH 8:10 meetings with Sara Longo and those Friday celebrations ... Star Wars with Trav and Whippets . . . helped introduce the BOOMER . . . "Lunch pass Mr. North? What lunch pass?"-PUNCH! ..."decentl' . . . "Do up another Heiny hit, boys" ... Nole and me with the boxers ... SUNRISES ... "too much deathcruising" . . . "break out the 1.5's" ...DP's on Saturdays. . . Rock Hill Lane ... "give me the keys and I'll meet you down White Oak Lane" . . . cruisin' with the California kid 10,000 dudes "What are you kiddin'?" Oh yeah, Amoretto "C" . .. later Edgemont. 714 . . .famous Sweet Sixteens . . . Prohibition in A-5 . . . "Roots" . 7' if I 66X seniors "Music heard so deeply!That it is not heard at all, but you are the musicfWhile the music lasts." PAULA F. H. RIGGS P Paula, Riggsy, Piggs, Twiggs romantic forever. . . N.Y.C. .. jogging only after dark .. future actress, writer and ' practical dreamer Tolkien Frodo lives 'I0f76 Peter Pan ... joanflndian jokes with Lew. . . 'Cinderella Complex' to 'Crichton' to 'South Pacific' . . Madrigals, Chanticleer, exlyeal Campus Editor. . . Freaky Friday 1affe's again? my dog's just friendly. . .addicted to gum ... lost generation fantasies .. senior slump since 10th grade ... manic-depressive .. Beatles, Springsteen, Bonnie.. Liv Ullman's my idol failed jock wait 'till College! .. there are places l'll remember all my life - if I ever get out of here ... if Iane's kitchen could talk - 6 yrs. ...thanks l.S. ... intellectual? . .. I am shy ...Vz Wasp 2 a Bumblebee it'll never be the same again. ' V1.7 'fi ' is W, 1" ,Y Q ..,f. ff: T . iw- ' ' 1 'Q f , Z Q., ,. kt M L, yy: ,A 2, V. .1 Y 'si 1 I ,..q, ., , ws, f . C., . . f,,t. , , .,.,7,,,,, tv? j I ll g .. fs. -I ,V ' r 'X '-....J , V r - ' Q-'. 4 vi g ,,.,,, , ,..t. 0 . 4 ROSS ARNEL God Grant Me .. . The Serenity to Accept ... The Things I Cannot Change ... Courage To Change the Things I can, And Wisdom Always . . . To Tell The Dif- ference. -Vonnegut Ross, Rosscoe, Nel . . . great memory for commercials .. . Coke Lover . .. Transcen- dental Meditation .. . Football type tennis practices . . . P. Hidaux, Ditto, Sugar ... Steve Martin . ,. Picture in Westchester Il- lustrated . .. Comedian .. . 32... Ushering at the Premier. . . Famous Flounder Face. .. Booby . . . driving a pregnant silver egg... Roscoe Tanner serve .. . "Please hold onto your ticket stub." . . . Cross Country tour. .. Slapping Face... "I want a Betamax!" ... Barry Manilow other half of the WPT connection . . . Montreal Olympics . . . Best dressed tennis player . . . making cat noises ...the perfect usher. , . a mind blowing ex- perience, E.S.T. ... Grandpa Kintzing, Hogan ... Street League ... "A Day Without Sun." NEIL KHANER "Happiness is a warm puppy. " -Charles M. Schultz Kahaner ... Connors ... Dr. Henry Kissinger . . . Mr. Punctual . .. Prince . .. Dr. Freund George Thomas Seawes ... Financial Wizard ... Digger the dog ... Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Giants ... Fish, Plants, Coins ... Campus, Respectus, Headaches ... Future Stockbroker ... Pinball wizard ... Suicidal Met Fan ... Hyperactive ... Price and Pride ...Va of the Khaner, Stamas, Crystal Troika Beowulf Baseball Trivia Buff. . . Robin, my Lacoste Bubbie . Diction Correcter . . .Gaston gang Friday Night Philharmonic Red Charges... North Field Preppy... Weekend at F. and M. Nancy from Scarsdale ... Bowling ... Soccer ... Tennis . .. Ping-pong . . . Performing the announcements Monty Pythons Wally Weeble ...Queen and Croce... Where are you applying? ... How were your S.A.T.'s ... Dieting ... Lost 20 pounds Don't toke beer, beer, beer Everything has sexual meaning l'll miss Edgemont 'I3-year club ... Go away Mr. Bellantoni. Y v 1 - 1 f sf ."t 4 i.ii PETER GEHN P Could be? Who knows? There's somethin' due any day l don't know, right away Soon as it shows I got a feelin' there'5 a miracle due, Gonna come true, comin' to me. -West Side Story Pete . . . Gehn . . . Gehnly . . . Little loe . .. Motor City Madman Shak 'n' Bake ... World's messiest room Days of Leslie and Carousel ... Total Beatle Freak ... Zappa was my first! COCA-COLA Edgemont's resident cokeaholic. . , "C'mon lim Iet's Dald the Wog" Rex was the greatest ..."It's cool, I can dig it". . . Ping-Pong in the lounge.. ."I've never done any work" smoking with the doughboy . . . Coke and Twinkies for Christmas ... 31 baseball player . .. "I want a car" ...Gun 84 Coon Industries . . . Card Games at Peduzzi's . .. Dice baseball and Stratomatic . . . .. Why must you waste your life away, You've got to live for today and let it go. .. -Cat Stevens 4 GEANNINE MCGRATH Geannine, Genevieve, Genina, Geanini beani, Nina ... Zep- pelin, Stones, Bread, Fleetwood Mac ... You only go around once in life, ya gotta grab all the gusto you can . . . large family of nine ... kidnapped at the skating rink ... Baretta's theme wf Ace ... joanne's accident Let's swoon! Tango nights. . . Streaking Claire's hair . , . afternoon parties of Claire's ... Greek night clubs! belly dancing . . . Two Star with C. W. and E.V. ... No hang out here . . . I told him to get lost. . . D.G. beast ... Quad Four with the Road Runner , . . Laura and I.I. in the front seat with Fat lack Awright, Awright stop the car ... cruising with the white lightning that's a big ten- four Okay I gotta -go-bye- bye. seniors! 67 GENE PETRILLO "What a thrill for the two of you" -Howard Cosell Gene, Geno, loves German cars takes trips to California Avid LA. Ram fan Hangover City "The Peach" . .. "Hey Levensonf' 1? Qffmv usyesnye ' k"v i i a L 68f seniors "Some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say, why not," -Robert Kennedy 4 LEE EISINBERG Lee, Durg, Mr. Ginsberg, Cliff carzee certificate, cruising the avenue, "Turbo Marina" . .. trips to Ardsley and Scarsdale, Winter's, B.B.Y,O., A.Z.A. Chutzpah, elks Pinnose: su nariz es grande, "What's the dif- ference between a duck?" Stupid Talk, BP "The little man in the green suit" washing the car, sticky fingers, Scarsdale Village with Liz, "It's not beat!" short-term exchange to Virginia, Cape Cod and travels with David, T.D.H. her circle, ugly sand castle, Delisa's, the box with Steve, Ap- plejack, Israel summer '77 "I'm taking you home" Richie, "Turn off the radio" slow Ron 81 dull Ion, the "Y". . , "Don't get fat about it" swimming at Kalbs, Howie. "This is God" Tom Collins, Kelev, Fin. A shadow has passed through my byline. It has taught many great lessons the mean- ing of which I cannot understand yet along my line . . . BRIAN ROSEN P Bri. . . Fried. . .Ashly Roach clip.. The Fin let's go hang out Iet's cruise 6th period in the blue tank go to the country club ...the original grafiti wall . .. "Stairway to Heaven" . . .Hey Flow I iust don't know ... what makes you think I'm paranoid guys I swear, she hit me ... got a cigarette , .. lack Daniels jim, don't be so shy . . . Tom, stop play- ing with my head . . . B-ball in 7th, 0 for 15, Pete you'll neverforget. . . Gippy's attic ... who's got the bones I will never kiss a jag again ... I am a protegeee of the bong master almost a bust in Scarsdale . . . I'm not taking the rap for this Brian, said Lee . .. Has on Hunter... much later Edgemont. LINDA ELLEN ESKAY "You have to make the good times yourse take the little times and make them into big timesg and save the times that are alright for the ones that aren't so good." -Rod McKuen Lin, Pic, Pickle, Esk, Eskay ... UNCON TROLLABLElaughter. . .one of the boys I'm in the BEST mood . . . little green bomb ... mac 84 cheese 84 tuna . . . Boonton NJ and Physics talks ... another day, another diet-len . . . talk to me . . . forever frizzed ...no-doz .. . only takes one to work . .. Robbed the cradle... NEVER stops talking ... Billy joel FOREVER avid bang bang fan ... the Crew' . . . if it isn't juicy gossip change it! . . .almost Baltimore. . .Bri-you FOOL! D.C. guys playing on the parkway.. .only one at forum . . .see ya at D.P.'s ... A8tP dinner . . . how many elec- tions? . .. Sat. nites, mice 81 corruption wf A.B. ...you at YONKERS? that one's cute! .. . 6th grade Miss P. ...Northern girls . .. in how many places? ... blush blush ... the BEST times with . . ... R-O-W-D-l-N-E-S-S ... ge 1, ,kg M .X i x I I ljlgg the Spaghetti Difqner . . . the bomb iii theifoilet tframptoni., . . f THEODORE STEPHEN STAMAS Soprano seniors! 69 U l Ll lf L lt lil? I Q KIMBERLY LAwsoN Pmowf Freu- de , soho-ner Got-ter'-funken l Gotterfun-ken Symphony, No. 9, Beethoven Ted, Teddy, Theo.. . topulos will return . . .fanatical Red Sox fan . . . Friday's at the Philharmonic.. .dinner at the diner, nothin could be finer. . . the unstartable Nova ... Energy for a Strong American. , .summer '76 preppie . . . summer '77 Anglophile .. . Stereo Conductor ... Ludwig's 7th, 4th movement, in French .. . "My favorite conductor"-j.W .... Hobbes-Conrad-Nietzche . . . one-third of the Stamas, Khaner, Crystal troika . . . Oil in the swimming pool? . . .Campus Monthly. . . Barbershop . .. Madrigals. . .Wind Ensemble. . . political cartoons . . . Greek is chic . . . "lf someone said to you " Trader Vic's and Saratoga: A.R. And E.O .optimistic pessimism. Y ROBERT ARMAND P FLORIO Robert. . , Bobby. . . Bob. . . Cross Country ... track ... and more track love for science and math . . . 0-50 in 10 minutes. . . Leo goes Cer! Summer '76 in Scarsdale ... Hastings chicks ... "Where are we running to- day?" Billy joel Kiss ... Mallia's Mallers ... Mouse on Mars. . .too many brothers .. . later Bloomer ...I.V. Baseball and Football midnight raids with the Moose and lim . . . ping pong ...engineering . . . D.D. ... vacations in Canada, Long Island and Florida ... all league H.M. skiing at Hunter. . . "4 hours of televi- sion for every one hour of work" ... my brother the track star . , . Edgemont-day- camp counselor ... 9-year club . . . "All sense ofaccomplishment is in the mind. If you truly think you are successful, you are." -Anonymous "all can hear but only the sensitive can understand" -Gibran Kim, Kimmy, skim, short... Paxford par- ties vvfskoose . . . ESP want a cracker? . .. hey baby fry DP's very agreeable skooze 81 skim peel out Russians naturelle PPx!P Charlie 81 Uncle Dick's ... 1:30 81 liminy Cricket ... FREEDOM Wreck Of the EF ...WONDER- FUL . . .The Pact. . .mm Stjf. . . PBBfishes wfBar, skoozie wfHar . .. Motorcross . . . SCC . .. H. Hour l'm really sorry! ex- barbershopper .. . A Bible ... moost cruise to cots wffarini ... steafed ... Dunkin Donuts wf Beth . . . short 81 short inc, ... IAKLS' . . . SS 84 pb . . . Vermont skiing? Lambrusco buddies . . . side of the house... future partners trainer . . . meet Harvey, Tom 84 lack . . . ovenready . . . cab - AZ Hope you don't use the silverware! Amy - mm? homemaker clepto by nite . .. Seely wfCin 84 Sue Bells . .. Books 81 SJ. GT's . . . 2 birds in a tree . .. clean contacts. . . Riverdale The Crew'. .. Sr. Lif. wfLayne . . . in the pond Amyfired at Seely 6th gr. back room ... 18-yr. club. Y gift' 0 no show at the car wash.. . .the Camaro craze . . . "Rich Man, Poor Man? . . . . T T 0 C! 70f seniors Q . l I i Q4 . 1 A CHRIS MURPHY Murphie always bumming around good laughs with the SWAT TEAM, Laura and Margolies. . .famous phone at the end of the hall always got us out when we wanted the night it came through the window-the Monster had run away. . .taxi service-rent a car . .. possible member of the demolition derby .. . bottom of Edge- mont's hill-what a disaster.. .slow cruises down Ft. Hill Road ... getting another car-soon . . . C,.M. and j.N. good at setting off alarms . . . P 84 B, B.K. and Playland . .. 2f15f77 - 2f29f77-the worst . . . TANGO ... Big joe and C.T. know how to roll their eyes at "The Masked Marvel" . . . enemies with S.P.D, whenever in their territory summers spent in boring summer school... always driving between neighborhoods . .. back to the Big E. after private school "M.B. and B.R.". . .always cruising through Scarsdale . . . Finally made it, got to go, see ya later. IAMES MONTGOMERY HAYTER P "Why don't you take a good look at yourself and describe what you see, and Baby, Baby, Baby do you like it? -john Paul jones, Robert Plant and jimmy Page jim, james, jimmy tsometimesj . . . SOCCER, SOCCER, SOCCER GOALKEEPER Sam the Man ALL-LEAGUE, ALL-STAR ...250fn Scottish, but 100fWASP. . . I've got the strictest parents in the world the ghost TOO! sarcastic remarks Hick from Ithaca ...Summers with Butcher and Byram Hills . . . "Don't worry about it!" . .. Mr. Saunders' closet intellect "SURE!" . . . LED ZEPPELIN H1 fan. . .'77 Led Zep tour Tull Yes Hendrix Simon 8: Garfunkel OPERA! Midnight Raids with the moose, and Bob the Hastings chicks. . . D.P.'s . . . jimmy Page at R.B.'s. .. Midnight phone calls to Caryn ... Screw- drivers and Mich Sevens . . . Grounded for an indefinite period of time. . . So long soc- cer! tl should have played footballj ... ss. L . , .1-K r . A.. fi f 'C Y in -,fill H .s V'- ,1- "The second most preposterous notion . , . ' 4 BARBARA ANN DWORETZKY Barbara, Barb, Babs, Retzk squirt jOCK field hockey, lacrosse, cheerleading weekends at the lake sixth grade with S.F. the cousin's club "You've got sooo many relatives" ... xx- cootiesl-thanx L the Prin- derella Story ... writing backwards Chemistry Regents . . . my DONDI hat and its venture into the Israeli desert ... foreigner fetish Luther . . . seeing eye to eye with Esch ...cynicism and E . . . "Hello in there" ... Beauty and the Beast- who's Beauty? the tiger and the dove Iskra, take care of him ... three women of forum je t'adore E.j.- quoique je sache qu'on n'adore que dieu! . . . Love and thanks to Coach Miner, D.G., to N and j who mean so much to me, to my family, and to two friends- l'm always for you and I'll keep in touch. Q Ross' favorite Classy. . Dorothy Hamillfhaircuts . Q . multiple ear-piefgings . . .. "So it goes" -Kurt Vonnegut, jr. 1 4 RICHARD ifssf wEiNsmN Goon, Goons, Goonio Andretti, Iugmouth Second of three ...Victim of Stork and look ... BASS ... A primeval Stanley Clark? . .. Bernie's Ceveryone'sl 4-wheel consultant ... Too many bands tPousette-Dart, Pierce Arrow, Dead, etc.l to name . . , Great Neck . . .THINK SNOW ... 506 ski lessons? Geek. .. Freak, Durg, Dull john ... Kev tBuddyI Lori's bike shop ... B.S., M.B., E.L. ... Dansk whoww Z, CC, Rivvy 600? Albums loaned ... Andy's co pilot ... Dan, git! gimme that beard . . . Soup! ... DI-WSFY. . .My Austrian sister .., Excalibar Auto Care . . . Best AND worst dressed ... Vintage Beer BBYO . .. Brazing nut ... Mucho Concerto ... "What's a College" . . . Grateful Dead Quiz ..."Hi Crabby" . .. The Iewish Hustle ... Mr. Wilber's dependable pain ... Well loved ping-pong paddle Springsteen 84 Miller critic ...13-year club 110. 'G lytikii? "Money makes the world go around." -Anonymous 4 NICHOLAS MARCHI Nicholas... Nick ...strong build ... Great sense of humour .., snake eyes dimples Con- stantly on the go ... impatient, over anxious ... sincere and straight forward . . . always gives it his best. .. a winner . . . renowned pessimist, slightly stubborn nature ... rarely satisfied ... deep sea fishing, Bermuda, guns, gambling, studying for SAT's, Mike . .. Con- noisseur of fine food . . . Quiet but distinct personality ... Always there when needed ... Sure to succeed . . . Would I lie to you? An offer you can't refuse . . . seniors! 71 " ' NX .Jr A CYNTHIA STOTTER Sifting sands through hourglasses count our precious times, Each grain holds a memory of minutes left behind. Cynthia, Cindy, Cin, Sid, Stotts, Roo... 9-19-29 . . . red hot... backgammon ... 5625- Amy. . . Newports. . .puppy dog ...late movies..,"T". ..ThePP. ..my other Ib . . . juicy talks with Kathy. . . my terrible T-Bird Sigma Nu Toe-since 8th grade ... SH . . . 6-20-77 ...If looks could kill! . . . "Mag, were ya there when ?" . .. Italian lovers Lolli l 236's SS and DP's ...the fearsome fighters ... "sss" ... DASWCASS. . . A8rP. . . P mags.. .mud- duck jump. . . "We're groovy". . .moost ... egg rolls and pork chewy . . . Arabs, greasers, hippies... SAC... MLor FA? Stott's motel "I can't believe it won't start!" . . . Laurie 81 Lits . . . cruising and getting caught... romantic notions . . . Anti-screwdrivers . . . "Help, my lip's stuck!". . .sign language . . . Penny Lane . . . smoking, always smoking , . . "l'm in love AGAIN!" . .. Sue -BF "A" egg ,.. Intro lens... Bye! f'Mary Hartman" . . . the end of modular scheduling 5,4 not P-84 B again? . . . ..,,, ff? vw , ,A H uf M-.v xc I 1 2 s S 1 F W W,,.....,1,mf+ Mlm A pf new 'NWN ., .Q-ww" . .nv . . ..,, : 'iii Lkliiiwxi w SQRO K TE L x 'X 'M L Keg., L DOUBLE TAKES ,aw I ' f lk: 73 74fseniors DAVID MITCHELL SILVE "lf you will ir, it is no dream." - Herzl R David, not Dave... read on! ...j.V. Wrestling . . . U.S.Y. ...Habonim .. Youze have gotta do the homework" . . . Israel-Unforgettable Summer. . . "Ted, going to Boston this weekend?" . . . Munchkins in Queens.. .can I have a ride? . . . I'm not Michael' Do go to Harvard? . . ."limmy, let's go into the city this weekend". . .New Year s Eve 76 a blast ... pecan pie... chess ... ping pong . .. last minute, everything! Spanish French Italian, Hebrew - it's all Greek to me . .. "Bill, what's doing Saturday night? Wilber, may I see you today?" . . . the best things are free when you have the money Sra. Sikdar, espanol para siempre . . . "I'm going to beat you, Mallia". . . Mr. Bunten writer of facts... to my little town Edgemont, take care and love always! L TODD MICHAEL COSGROVE P BI:'I'H ROSNER Todd, "The Kid", Cos . . . Michigan There never seems to be enough time to BOY - - - "I gotta BIG mouth - - -35 is , fe do the things you want to do once you ill - - V Football Hfld B-ball '77 - -- QN. find them i ,I coach A and pete. . . Mr. Kintz . .. QB T Q -Croce Baseball with San . . . "I wish I I E' could run the option like Thomas ' .i Beth, Bethy! ROS, ifieispeil zippers H i Lott" ...A The Impossible Dream... W 1 Never tried it but High on Life Sinatra and Cegnei' llmml' ' "I'm hungry again" X-mas '76 Cefalo "The Golden BOYH ' ' A Eagtcheap Beekei Kepsiep Combing the Hair Incredible ji V Q CCC '77 . . . nights at Greenville . . . old --- llmmy Caani BFI3n'5 Songf A 1 I Q I days at Seely 81 Delisa's ... Webb Car- SIWOFI Season .-. D.P.'s - . - lads D. ' is nival . . . New York Times... Havanagila and MICTVS - 4- "Thf0win' UP" '-- - ti Dunkin Donuts ... D.P.'s again? , .. Hlim grounded againu --- Goin' , CREW Rah Football "Merf, do Wil-D with The fell3'5 Longo X ' f ii , you know who that was?" . . . always and BefIYf for Ye3f5 - - - HHeY Rishi 455: sisters, always friends ... "Steve this beet 'em Once b - - HHeYf I5 the Ski' ii fyifl ippm appears to pe ernpty'l in blue" .. . Looking in the mirror to fes, A "Aqualung" , . . Bowie-NYC 5 am. . .Led See the Teeth ' " Cfuisift' with the .., I Zepplin and morning after ... 'lst love BOYS in the Malo - - - "Three Of" 3 I -A 8176 . . . Pink Chablis. . . IBMS poor tim- Tree" .-. Choppin' On everybody ing i , , M0 5, MQ- I ,ipeieg 3 iight time with Bert and johnny. . ."The little - , , , and place . . . "F, G, B" . .. Love ya Sara thingy! - - - Mil and leFfY- - -Hwhaf , i i D i Qppd-pye again D i i Homework" . . . Cougie . . . Bein' Weird.. . A lot of laughs . . . Tryin' I A ' to get it. . ."Scoo do be bop, da be -, bop!." ii "I'm just a Ramblin' Guy" -S.M. ii I - i magic tricksigindieoolinese pdihts . tripsfto the beaches 4 LISE ANNE LUSTGARTEN Lise, Lisie, Lisanne, Shrimpo, LAC, Lust Lisegarten ... THEATRE! ... "Let's evaluate this relationship" . .. Llflvll ... Fish-HIM ... a different per- fume for every mood . . . I do so know his name Cornell 8t Williams . . . the limo . . . Who's at your house? . . , MR-aal ... rah-rah capt . . . flirtatious man- ner . .. Murraybaum the magi- cian . .. BK in clogs and excur- sions to Blanca Plains sum- mer lovin' never quiet for long . .. GCS info booth . . . ta- tam-ta-ta-ta . . . P8tB8tl's, glop 84 plum incense. . . Herecomethe- eebiejeebiesDavid . . . "God are you short" ... Max!!-thanx Bendy 8t Weth . .. B-room Win- dow . . . Edgemont musicals... "anything for you"-right Pam? ... its my sister's shirt ... stub- born-ME?? it was fun in a - weird sort of way "this is N. true"-lu.. .always acting.. . Vz little fatties ... sunrise at the beach a knack for making t crazy dreams come true ... . Chester Arthur Fan Club ... love 81 laughter always. I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then. ANDRES FLAVIO LICHTENTHAL P "ln Germany they first came for the com- munists, and I did not speak up, because I wasn't a communist. Then they came for the lews, and I did not speak up, because I wasn't a jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak up, because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I did not speak up, because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time, no one was left to speak up." -Pastor Martin Niemoller Came here around four years ago, with my eyes wide open, amazed at my first snow. Everything so big, new and strange, so hard to understand, until you get used to it, and it becomes so easy. Lonely walks, friends I have left, things that make me wonder whether we did right or wrong. I learned to listen and talk to you. l learned to see your horizons and feel your dreams. I learned to know you, and with you, me. -Me K . ' . 135513, -Lewis Carroll ,,,, A t . . ' ..,,..,...,. 5? seniors! 75 +P- A ELLEN DREYER Old tree living crooked lifting bird singing high high up winter coming rededicate to live burn to live show a light rival moon laugh in the wind -D. Hagen To my sisters, family, friends - thanks. I "D0n't Drink Themteff . . .Human Reiations Day ends . , . Full House . . , 76f seniors IANE MARIE WILSON I've laughed inside your laughter, and I've smiled inside your smile. lane, lanie ftolerated only from a select fewl, Wils CMiriam's doingl If Paula's kitchen could talk!-6 yrs. . . . Ellen, gentle confidante-my Maid of Honor "Yes, l'm in one of my antisocial moods" guitar and Bach ,.. Fridays at the Philhar- monic . . . Ah, to write the Great American Novel Lit., Hist., Fr. Greece Campus Monthly! a true mathemati- cian? ...to N and B my hugs, 3 women of Forum... short hair... Fear and Loathing ..."Who's in charge of all this?!", blessings in disguise, Murphy's Law, domestication and L's chuckle . . . "I hate the phone!". .. Marcus and the girl next door WASP jokes So much love for: IM-my Old Fraud Ime, a Total Woman?l, El-avec Ia joie et le respect, IW-a special mentor tWrite!J, BB-you know my family, I love you... I will remember. V N-qv A . f, NR! RICHARD KALB P Richard, Ricky, Ricks, Kalbie, four on the chest. , .GIassbIow- ing at Bucks Rock Sex Camp, Summer of '76 LK. 81 N.L. ... cruisin' in the "Flame", and the "Black Beast", Skinny dip- ping parties, Mustang's CeIica's and finally the "Z",X c.b. freak, Bones . .. Pinnose, Stem, Slow Ron 81 Dull Ion and both Lee's .. . Scarsdale and Ardsley dances, pumping gas and delivering pizza . . . A.Z.A., V2 of The Vigilante Brothers, kissed by a Gold Toyota, "Do you walk to school or take your lunch?" Checking out the Ladies with Bones, Cruisin' the Ave., the Dugout, the races at Britts, 18-year club, GROUND GOPHER . . . 4 ELSA VAVRO I am who I am, who will always be, who will always see, me i for what I am . ., Elsa Elsie... Els Ebo... Babbs F.M. with Liz the dump Carvel Lead Foot. . ,So what happened? . . . I don't understand . . . o-k Liz, anything you say, .. Potato, Patato, Tomato, Tamato . . . l'II talk to you later . . . 3f20f77 . . . Lovin' john , ., morning girls . . . I.T. concert-get with the beet Liz... Babbling on with Cliff . . . cards anyone? . . . It doen't matter what we do, so long as we do something I like Allie Baby in concert-with thoughts of john and Cliff ... hay Blondie ... V AND B-BALL 7-V76 dancer of clowns the heavy Chevy of '75 . . . apples from Tocc's farm . .. I know I'm right, I'm always right! ...Lunch w!C.M.fK.H. ... ignoramous award FRIENDS FOREVER, RIGHT LIZ? IOHN "l've seen a lot ofpeople who thought they were cool, but then again, I've seen a lot of fools." -Lynyrd Skynyrd Campus to CAMPUS MONTHLY., . . Kantor's trivia . . . Rising Sun and theflks Club . . . "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated" KEVIN LANG Kev... Radio Call Letter Kid... Westwood Wardrobe "Top 40" voice . . . gonna host a game show. . .COMIX! . . . vast vocab . .. Woody stories . . . surviving on Hamburger Helper and Swansons . . . Esk . . . What's go- ing on 2 Nite? Barth - lerry - Happy PUNK ROCK! Earlleperable Damage . . . "No I haven't fixed it yet". . , The isles with Fish and Stork . .. DP's . .. the straights are narrowing Let's get small, the pharmacy, 87-L ... Lion Liberator Los Angeles.. . Fantasy Art. . .chats with Verdic and Saunders ... still no proof . .. l'll name that tune in 3 chords... the Pistols, Vibrators, Rods, Elvis C., My aim is to?? Giant Games Prom Bomb '77. And a short time later, a quiet, thoughtful teenager leaves a bus at a midtown terminal and slowly heads for the subway wondering what new surprises an unpredictable fate holds in store for him. seniors! 77 if A DENISE RENEE MOHAN "This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man." -Shakespeare Denise, Dee . . . import from New jersey ... lacrosse .,. cheerleading ... ex- gymnast. . . l can't stay on the phone too long weakness for musclemen sweaters. . . all natural . . . long legs. . . I want to go shopping . . . My father says l have to study . .. Maybe later ...Yumi, l'll miss you . . . l hate that . . . Oh, I love that! . . . true romantic.. .Tennis wfChi .., Mr. Kantor and I ilifetime mem- bership in true optimists' clubl ... 10f20f77 at Atsuko's ... mysterious phone callls Holly, you know 'amo bailar' . . . Zeppelin, IT, and Daltrey ... nights out wf Chi and Marce ,. .so long to many fond memories, great teachers, and good friends . .. ,i,, Jgggpariiuana decriminalization . . . G.O:eleptipryqzntroversies . . . 78fseniors "The Greatest of All Times" .1 V -MA. 4 IEFFERY THOMAS BERTON Ieff. . . Berty. . .the kkkking. .. the forearm . . . Iohn and Todd, always... Happy hour at D.P.'s ... K.R. ... cruising in the cadoo with the boys . . .WOOL . , . the Big C . . , Senior Forum, I'm innocent-I'm going to break the strike out and homerun records . . . Mickey Mantle You're the craziest three in one night The Greenville experience ... Be Cool. . . My Camaro's better. ., Tubby ... chopping on people with Cos and john ...the boat ...Rubber Iohnnies . . . He's on his lawn Schaefer Concerts ...Michelob . . . How's my hair .. . Italians are the greatest who are you girls kidding. . .my room ... Rah Rah Edgemont, much later with that Don't mess with the boys . . . See you at 8:00 p.m. ...busting parties and Cos and Longo ... Hang loose. Well I have lost some time but I have won and if you make it through you know you've just begun. LOUIS FUGAZZI P Louie, Lou, Big Fuj, Fuj . .. proud owner of a blower T-Bird . . . future member of the Greenville Fire Department . . . former member of Troop 400 former star of the varsity baseball team .. . owner of fastest car in Edgemont for two months . . . half of the VV.P.T. con- nection . . . judy, Judy, ludy . . .ex- perienced bar hopper. . . ushering at the Premier . . . Even if you fail I'll still be your friend ...fish 360's on the ridge CHARGER canoeing Ellen?, so much for the Queen concert . . . KILLER ... remember the boys . . . Moses the perfect usher . .. the parking attendant who beats girls ... Fleetwood Mac. . .Steve Miller... will I ever get into college? . .. -Nancy Wilson if , 4 lr'l"il7T ri , 1, , + Q..-15,1 1 ROBIN GAIL AARONSON Robin, Rob, Ra . . . When I get out of Edge- mont Not Hillary Two's a couple three's? ...Another vacation in Florida . .. Coopertone tan .. . Princess . . .The Bomb . , . Fleetwood Mac . . . off to New Rochelle again . . . Let's go shopping. . .1911 worth of gas A year of school without Meg Not a minute after 12:30 A.M. ... The laziest girl in the world . . . WALK? . . . Good times with Meg and Stacie ... I'm em- barrassed ... Where's your other half? ... Tell me again because I'm not listening ... Neil, my Lacoste buddie ... I can't decide ... What? ... Always getting lost... New York accent Got any gossip? first ticket .. . D.C. ...Always late . . . Another episode in the life of . . . Track star . . . He's just a little boy.. .GOOD BYE EDGEMONT V G . Frye boots and down jackets . . . "SouithiPacificffQ.. . Ari around campus . . . i A MICHAEL ROSS POLLOWITZ "When you smile, the whole world smiles with you - when you cry, you cry alone." Unknown Mike . . . Poll . . . Paul? . . . Bichael , . . Polly. .. Pogillapogus Pollywog . . . Master con- artist... Diplomacy Victor always . . . Tri-Star Lawn lnd . . . Penthouse Sub.. . Fuzz... jon . . . Moorland 2nd home . , . Trips to N.Y.C. WfKlein . . . Salt Shaker. . . N.S.F.fB.T.l. ... Dentist? or Lawyer? . . . Convention Il . . . Kim, loan 84 Paula , . , Red Cross-Disaster Squad... LifesavingfS.C.C. ...Gaston Gang . . . P81884 , . .Tennis Supervisor.. .Track Respectus-in all pictures ... XE-7 YUKON! Bottom of Longview . ,. Ford Wagon Pollowitz Taxi Service King Cobra Bronx Import Florida "How's the air up there 84 do you play basketball" . . ."l'm starving". . , "You are always on a diet" .. . 78 is great . . . lan I didn't make that phone call.. .DEBATE wfprivileges ...Meditation . . .Your books are overdue . . . Checks galore.. ."Here, have a check." ... "Vassar Today" . .. E-Mont miss you-BYE! ... V 256: P if 'MA CARRIE IO ENGEL Carrie-jo, lo, Car... Oh la de da Meri ... Sheri ... Pam... no we're not sisters lackson Browne Bon nie, The Stones... Have you eva? Steve, this room appears to be empty . . , the 2 best weeks of the summer TK '. . .Washington Square . . . lcan't wait till the timing's right millions of dreams . . . A friend forever and more ... Laur, guess what? . . . Sher, l miss ou ... l1f26f77 back together again-MS-i love you always ... talks with Nance ... What do you think about--Mike? . , . Streaking at Greenville in the rain . . . the Dead in- Englishtown the get up and go fever. . . Car, what smell are we wear- ing tonite? ... When I'm rich and famous . .. Depalo's . . . Till the next time that we say good-bye . .. "So before we end, and then begin, we'll drink a toast to how it's been, a few more hours to be complete, a few more nights on satin sheets, a few more times that l can say, l've loved these days " ' -Billy io-ei seniors! 79 RICHARD D. BORDONI "Winning isn'l everything, but losing isn't an yt hing. " -Charlie Brown Richard, Richie, Rich, Uncle lchard, Bones, Spain-Train '77 . .. Puerto Rico '77 . .. ltaly '75 lwho could get lost in Venicel. . .Florida '77 . . . cruising the avenue Bumming around lFreak, Durg, Kalbie, Stem-Slow Roni ...The Dugout lThat Nightii . .. S.S. . . . End P.B .... Pinto. . . Granada. . . Super Fiat lin the shopi-Cards ... wherever, whenever Bet ... Where's The Beach? SUMMER BOSS! ... V1 of the vigilante Brothers! Durg-No radio Human Relations Day tstairsl SCC-Locker Lets tip . . . jimmy Page came to my house Checking out the Ladies with Kalbie . .. Hunk' ...Blind Date! ...Yonkers buddies Britts fthe racesi Late night tour of the old neighborhood-Herbie Door Tom Collins . . . TheGovernor . . , Love Let- ers . Halloween Beauty New Year's e .Mischief with C.A. lthe churchl . .. Mikes your cousin? Good Bye Edge- mont hope everyone else makes it. honor passes . . . "hangover high" . . . Undercoffler retires . . S 80! seniors CHARLES IOHN MAGETTE The Bell ... The Onex ... The BOOMER! . . . "The Allman Brothers" ..."The Toastest Heater in Town" . .. Hunter ... Killington ... VAlL! ... NANCY IEANNE ESCHENBRENNER Before the end of my journey may I reach within myself the one which is all leaving the outer shell to float away with the drifting multitude upon the current of chance and change Rabindranath Tagore nancie neschnessbreschnerr. . .long brownish hair and mysterious bluish eyes. . .yogurt con- nisseur, veggie vet, health-tex-forever, caf- feine and boro addict... queen of spades of full house ... faraway friends ... sickly win- ters-healthy summers ... joni, bob, joan, music to feed the soul by thanx to an IOHNSON "D,P,5" , , , "Mikief' . . - ffwgmucketff African queen "for the love and yourself" and ... "Trout Fisherman" , ,, 'Spikey' A f- thanx, to three friends from forum, for help- ... "Tray" ,U ffl-ev" -M ing me walk through foggy nights and caring ffWA5TED!?H "Close to the Edgeff during the sunshine days for being your- ,,, "The HTRQFH FH! .M Hwhipping selves, for helping me see, I love you always... Post" ,H "Wind Ensernblell catch you later blue and white "good-bye is "Tenni5" ,H llwafwickfl .M ffgetsyff too good a word ... so i'll just say fare-thee- "Weekend Parties" "Roun- Welllu dabout" . . . "Marine Biology Major" "Anybody For Some Pong?" "The Mad Skier" . .. A "YES" fan ... "A Second Period Cruiser!" . . . "Can Hockey Player" ... HSTARSHIP TROOPERV' SUSANNE LORIE HERMANN V Susanne, Shazam, Skooze, Susanita me ann 2 ttool Szan IAKLS' Therm , . .. . .. compulsive gamblers.. . DP's 84 SS . . . bin 81 chonic ... long talks with Nerf . . .The Crew' ...fishes wfK ... let's mingle... I 360's at Bergdorfs with Carnation Fry.. .if . the phone hangs up-"' world's best babysitter .,. fights over NOTHING wfNancy ... expoolhopper ... cleanest contacts .. . best kept secret' LW . .. strangler by night ...singing 84 chocolate addict meet Harvy, Tom, 81 lack where to Skame? . . . T-course snacks. . .a bomb at Friendly's summer nights at Greenville . . . finally driving... P 84 B... FREEDOM ...1:30 a.m. 81 liminy Cricket bafroom lost in So. Hampton Skim 81 Skooze ... quick cruise? ... 3:00 a.m. ...this is really serious. . . domentch ...one question ...the HGYFHOM face . . . strike, donut 84 cheese' . . . havanagila ... baconcheeseburgers ... goose?? ... story-time. . , gym? . . . perfectionist 84 sar- cast ...0, 411 84 fire dept . . . 3-yr. club? another boring weekend in Edgemont . . . Bagel Nosh . . . Peduzzi's movies . . T. A "To dream the impossible dream. To be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause." - MARIA l GONZALEZ-BLANCO LAS MERCEDES Marci, Marce, Marrrci, Perri to one... short and sassy ... gymnast extror- dinaire bionic arm thanks for everything jpPp four year rah-rah LaCrosse energetic! Action jackson, Tree and Ant, Roadrunner... Mikes 81 Rays ... safteyinnumbersg always after four ... Amherst ... Weaknegg for tall gUyS lnot SO tall ONES tooll musicals Sweet Charity was the best... Spanglish . .. haven't mis- sed one yet Jethro Tull, Chicago, Beach Boys, Boston 84 Yes concerts . . . partying wfSangria forever . .. easy to talk to Ft. Lauderdale is second . home . .. "Are you coming up or am I going down?" Scare Pairl Sweet Person and a loyal friend "What would I do without you?" super analyst ... long talks with Iody distant and close . . . friends forever ok. . . Oh, that crowded camper '75 .. . U.S.A., Canada and Rocky Mountain High Gong shows and champagne ... "Whadda call It". . . good times wfDee ...Da Gang . . . my friend the optimist ... "Babe" . . . Italian, Irish 84 Germans ...Pinetrees . . . "God knows?!" . . . "I don't know what to tell you" . . .always singing . . . over the river. .. too many seniors! 81 PHILLIP GREGORY MCGLONE Greg . . .Gregory .. . Mc. . .The Fighting Irish . . . I got nasty habits. . .The Red Dart ...the Tressel . . . half's in Eddie's room... The Fields with the Dog. . . Plenty of Bin- nies. . . 12:00 parties at crazy Mike's . . . DePalo's...16 with cos.. . crack ups with Herk . . . Invert . . . The ghost to street dominator . . . The Partnership with Porrazzo . . . the wad . . . cruising in The Fleetwood .. . Born loose, Born wild ... Christmas with the dog ... The lude Brothers . . . DWAI ... Bonging with B.P. to stairway .. . The Marantz ... Saturday Night Fever. . . SAS . . . V1 lb. in a day... The Tank at radar's ... Gold ...The I.R. ... The Metro ... leather jacket boy ... gave him a whole . . . Thru the window. .. The Wool ... Burnt offerings . .. Portable gang A.d. hitting Pitman driver's . . .1 8f1's ...The 90, G.P.D. eat my dust ... Brite Ave. ... it's only water under the bridge case closed . .. Bye V to thank! 4 LEW SCHON "lust a smile would lighten everything." Lew, just Lew. . . Me? Busy? . . . Magician-Musician. . . I Still love my bug. . .RELAXI . .. Bouts wf Burrows. . .40 deaf mice and two neurotic scientists. . .Six Pack-Drained. . .I got the nicest organ . . . and a nice piano and trombone . . . I refuse to write "PAB" . .. Paul, who? HisuehowdoyoudoLOVElew Wacky times wf Gilbert's Rehearsal Rowdies . . . loanflndian jokes wf Paula ...Who is at your house? . . . Code language ...slippin' 84 slidin' wf CC. . . Puepy Lomoco . . . Hunter, joel, Reed, Parsons, Lake, Ar- mitrading ... Bye-bye! the infamous sex survey . the mobat thelBlier's on senior deadlinegnightg . . ii 82! seniors CYNTHIA MARDEN V With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. -Max Ehrmann Cindy, Cin, Anteater. . .Tarzan and lane. .. the ending of Campus personals . . . always at the Cadwalladers . . . 3:00 a.m. Diane! . .. Pick me up at 5 to 8 . . . Have you lost your name tag yet Tricie? ... Influential . . . Dr. Pepper . . . What are we doing tonight Kev? . . Backgammon and Parcheesi anonymous . . . Was it funny Chris? ...my Taiwanese mother. . .You wash your hair in beer? . .. I hate beer . .. I am not a moron Kev the braces will come off soon-I hope... I must go practice the piano You get me so mad... Nightly phone calls with David . . . Barbara, it's your turn . . .the rock ... Do you want your cole slaw? ... love to Kevin and Chris always .. . love to my family always . .. We are the champions-My friends, And we'll keep on fighting-till the end. -Queen 4 LEE EHLERMANN Hammer .. . Girls... Strato ... Hydoplaning Fish ... idiot ... Strong ... Happy days ... Michaels Pizza ... chinese food ... Colunbus ... Woodlands ... Tennis ... Soc- cer . . . Eldorado . . . cruising . .. Leather jacket .. . Girl Beater ... Honorary member of the Champions Killer The man with the iron nose ... G.l.T. Driver ED at Maria Regina 360 on Ridge Road Thank you L.F. SM ...G.M. ...A.L. ...N.H. G.P. ...A.P. ...Future Parking Attendant ... Voice of the Edgemont Panthers ... Tull ... Zeppelin, Foreigner ... Party ... Stereo Broadcaster, In- hale don't Exhale Snap, the boys are in town ... ROBERT PORRAZZO The Loose one . . . Bobby . . .The Grudge Getter ... We don't do that where I come from . . . You want to die. . .Cruis- ing in the partymobile ... THE FLEETWOOD . . . Racing the cabs down Park Ave. ... Blown-away at the Treseille with G.M. ...SLICK 1-4. . .The Dealer ... Remember the partnership ...THE WAD. . .The Tank at Ricky's . .. RIGHT T.V. - THE STICKY. . .Partying at Crazy Mike's Dugout Need a room .. . P-T you tried - But it's only water under the bridge.. . In remembrance of FAST EDDY . . . The Swords what a night ... I owe you .. . Leather jacket Boy . . . what can you do about it .. . Don't remember 10th and 11th too well.. . But lcan't forget K.C. - It's the REAL THING - IUST WATCH-- Y E' L I T thii7iietwil1unch3peop,leg3. . . cruising. . . first T L "Of all the things I value most in life, lsee my memories and feel their warmth and know that they are good." BARRY SCHAEVITZ P "THE HOUSE" Summer of '77 ... "Why does everyone always show up here?" . . . Had the Lincoln . . . late night swims at S.F. tup, upi she loves it, she hates it . . . welcome to the machine . .. "A cheesecake for a party? O.K." Blowing all the chips half of Senior forum ...they drink like fish . . . New Year's Eve '75 8: '76 - what a dif- ference. . . "What's doing?" . .. Times Square at 4:00 A.M. .., California dreamer Central Park concerts - swims on the roof ... serious talks with everybody - especially A. -Black Sabbath A. ' 1 " . A -7 F ., s 1' ., -viii' Q ' T., 1, at , A Ni Y I 1 T ' X ffl' Q , wg, 5 ' Q it I Kgs T 4 AMY IOYCE ZINDERMAN M W4 "Today is the tomorrow you worried about f yesterday." -Unknown- Amy, Ame, Zindo, Zindersh-, Z, . . . Cape Cod summers Kim-RM? Homemaker? . . . I Want to be a dancer... Bafroom The Pact?' ... It must be an omen . . . IAKLS' . . . What are we going to do tonight? . . . DP's 81 SS's . . . Cab KP?". .. The Gruesome 3-some ... The Paxford Party I have another crush True Romantic ... Lost in So. Hampton ... Deli lunches wf KP ... Future Partners' ... Another day, another diet . . . Wordly talks wf Manu Singing 84 Chocolate Addict ,. . Dodger the Boat. . . Where to Skooze? ...Moto-X . . . Turtlenecks 84 Bandanas . .. IAP? . .. I swear l'll grow my hair... Close family ties . . . HAVANAGILAI . . . I had this dream . . . RH from RI ... I know how you feel Duds. . . BELLS'S' . . .The Carrie Face St , Expressive Eyes FLEETWOOD MAC 84 STEVIE. . .6years wf Laur. . .The Crew' . .. Espana '77 . . . Skiing 81 Sailing . . . 3-yr. rah- i rah .. .18-year club. . .Thanx Ma! ...Later x Dudes! ai... 5 seniors! 83 BRADLEY EDWARD CRYSTAL "This curious world which we inhabit is more wonderful than it is convenient, more beautiful than it is useful, it is more to be admired and enjoyed than used. " -Henry David Thoreau Bradley, Big Bad Brad, B.C. ...Altoona, Philadelphia, Chicago, London, Edge- mont . . . Alan's little brother ... stereo buff... curly top . . . penchant for ping pong, tennis NY Times crossword puzzles ... Madrigals ... votary of CAMPUS suicidal Yankee fan ... A teeny bit late . .. "No, this isn't Lester" Winter Hater "I can't leave the house until I clean up my room" Northwestern cherub '78 . . . "Diamond Girl" Connie V1 of the Crystal, Khaner, Stamas Troika Shakespeare and Sophocles ... family ties in Columbus and Duluth hot fudge, pizza and apple squares anchorman chauffeur ETV Future journalist ...It's 3:00 am: Do you know where my footnotes are? V wr" X -a, guarding White Oak lane . . . Closing the lounge . . . Patti I P :iii ' 84f seniors A Q nwnrrq U j l IANE LEVEN fs as p Xf'l'llf7! 0 F 'N c '7 -' - ' A f X - v -1 1" use 4410: f.Q..l.1 get QE: wgdiiglwl' 2' THQ. ri dovaS GOO' "VUL Glo have Li Gran , -Q imuxsam +1am,3s +C J AA. fhlnl Take time by the forelock. Now or never! You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eter- nity in each moment. -Henry David Thoreau lane no-middle-name Leven presents. .. life is a Peanut Butter and lam sandwich . . . l believe in fate, do you?. . ,the weir- dest person I know. . . do these stairs go up or down? . . . free-thinker . . . the me nobody knows. . .3 unforgettable weeks and 2 unforgettable people ... and a week in the boonies with Holly and lill and a week back homelli being seventeen ... the secret admirer . . . sister-to-sister talks . . . unusual tastes. .. tell your friends to stop bothering me. , . t-shirts ... Peanuts ... pogo sticks ... and Fujis . . . and thanks to all the special people .. . T. LUONG HUYNH Luong ... art. . . drawing . .. nature... traveling . .. Honolulu . . . Hawaii .. .tropical climate . . . soft music . . . plants . . . tennis . . . badminton . . . flowers, and greenery... independent . . . lucky to be in America . . . enjoys reading novels in Mrs. Cook's class V friendly ... talks with Beth and Lisa. Sl' 4 GLEN MACGILLIVRAY "The human heart opens to the heart that opens in return" -Edgeworth Glen, Big Mac, Magilla Gorilla, Disco King ...devoted friend ...the racer in the orange bug ... crazy times ... irresistible smile. . . good times with Hart ... always willing to help you out llocal shrinki ... track star ... dedicated worker a local at P + P never without a girl... Patti and Glen june '77 ...Marvin Gaye . . . "Colour My World" ... Feb. '77 in Syracuse... never a dull moment ... "Did you see a maroon camaro?" ... adventurous trips to restaurants . . . hard times in football . .. "Simple + Free" . . . the disco business ..."we are going the wrong way". . .ski bum . . . heart full of loving. . ."Be Your- self" . .. Senior Forum Raids. .. Beating up the Peach . . . the warmth that is best is Patti's . . . eek eek Debbie.. .Where's the Clown? ... Beer Here! . . . Meatball ... For those who Love, time is endless bottoming' diitionirflie speed freeging boiliiig inielass A ,JF W - gym seniors! 85 1 EVA ME CZES Viennese AFS - novelty August 11th, 77. . .pie-eating champ . .. tomorrow I'll go on a diet, I swear ice cream ...come on, I have to take a picture of you for Campus Vienna I can't, I have to babysit a horse bit me on the knee, look I love the city . . . Beethoven can I have a ride? there is no way I will walk . .. you don't mind, do you ????! ... A ff f NEIL HART "There-'s nothing to be said but memories!" Hart...Red... ,I f ' A 1 VICTORIA MICHELE DAVION Vicky Vix loves parties and par- tiers... Feebs n Trixy Lisa, hurry up ... apples and oranges ... wanna make brownies? ... that's life . .. car trouble . . . again . . . days at the sun and nights on the town ... let's watch the sunrise ... the matinee movie members: poetry club and Rocky Horror club thank you Mrs. Greenberg . . . To feebie "ain't it good to know you've got a friend?" Wal CRAIG ELLIOT ROSENTHAL P t "To laugh at men ofsense is the privilege of fools." -De La Societe Human Relation's Day Lafayette Radio Electronics Audio Visual Shane CER E225 Deuce Electronics here. . . Electronics There. . . The High Points on the hill Maybe some day soon Good numbers . .. Seventy thirds. I y the dgafh . date hunting for thetlfrom ,g, . drinks RTISOUIII-ISEBS . I ' 86f seniors "You can say, I want to be free, I can say, some day I will be." -james Taylor i 'I 4 4 WILLIAM SCOTT WINER Bill, William, Wild Willy.. . "Billy don't be a hero" . .. Boston 1976 ...rack them up. . .the wild spin high in the saddle boa's ark ... Daisy's pal ... double forte .. . Ardsley buddies . . . bowling is fun??? D.D. Saturday night ... Northfield dances. . . "Let's go for some ice- cream" ... great times with A.F. 4,5 and Madam X . .. "l am not ticklish" ... morning isometrics ...cross country skiing . . . Slams in paddleball, tennis, badminton ... foils pointed in the air ... straight into the bull's-eye ... hook that big bass ... Steve Miller... E.L.O. ..."What con- certs are around" ? . .. Concerts are the best way to spend a night! "Cold beer, hot lights, my sweet romantic teenage nights." -Billy joel KATHERINE LOUISE REED P Kathy, Kyath, Kachophany, Reedo ... cheerleaders ... Bells ... no doz ... The Crew ... fights wf Duds . .. prez . .. no way . . . talks wf Cin ... You don't believe I teach Sunday school? he's so mean ...Riverboat Romance... pink Flamingo . . . jimmy who? . .. DP's, SS, P8fB . . . acne sistah . .. 9 yrs wf Cyath . . . Kenny's harem... Chrissie-trips to Boston. . .World History 4:00 A.M. I don't smoke ... blue fox ... male best friend. . . my sister Farrah. . . Little Amy ... Kris who? ... record breaking romance Foleys-have I got a story! ... Hunk hunting. . .city girlfriend. .. best enemies len, Goose, Fry ... Wesley ... SUSPENDED!! ... Espana 77. . . Legs from Bell Silvers ...6f25f77...balk...Ieffy...Go lu Karate ... out with the old, in with the new. fi' 1' gf' I r. AJ' -. N gf .X WI' A its A MATTHEW ALAN LYON Everything is waiting patiently within. For growing old is only going back to where you've been. -Kansas Matt ...slick . . . 2-yr. club .. . Big flirt '78 ...summer '77. . . I never met a girl I didn't like . . .resident Schaevitz Hotel. . .Molson Sue? ING back of the lark playing on the parkway. . . South Pacific. .. 77 Prom with Penny and much more What's the scoop . . . vegging ... Hopping at SFP . . . THE ROYAL SHAFT. . . such is life ...endless racks with H.D. ...Good goofs with Bert 84 Dos Feeling Whimpy Wake up you bumb . . . a shelf of beer and girls . . . T.S. at4A.M. ...Kansas . . . Yes . .. Southside ... guarding the road ... a dreaming idealist with optimistic tendencies ...cruisin' with Steve. . . blue dot. , .going crazy with Harrison . . . Sunday after TI . .. why my house? . . . I.L.P.U.M. ...Das good ... you must mistake me ... Don't be Dopey .. . Dopey not here . .. only last a week ... Hey we all make mistakes ... LATER .. . ...rf-ei -"fe':tn:'z+,.5 -I f5:2.g7.3,,'..t2:- - 'psf J . ' f ...im k - . . -'f'2-g",f .i!:i52f:?sf'i','. " -r ' I H l."iF9be"f5E' P 4 ist STEVE MARKOWITZ Steve, Stephen, Stephan, Pilsbury, BUBBA . . . Friendly Dude. .."F".. .always smilin' ... Cooney Hill, Kensico, Parties wfMoes, Many "F' "s . . . Pond Parties, Okin's Pool Depalo's, Happy Hour Trof F Hey Gippy, "F" Quarter Pounder 5 minutes. . . 9X3 Grateful Dead, Tull, Floyd, ELP, Bad Co., YES. . . Party Hearty PG mania ...O.C. "77", Climbing the Gunks . . . Celebrate for '78 . . . Can ya' come out to play S.W. .. .South Pacific "F" Troop. . . Meet you up at Edgemont. . . What's a Whippets? ...What do you mean it's not smoking time yet? -PUNCH 33 ...The Dragon ... Bronx Zoo, K.H. Leaning by the boys room, lunch parties, LT. HXP 9!30 G.E.T.N. LN. chickened Fried FORUM You lost again Peter-That's S45 Au revoir. Y CHRISTINE DOROTHY P Q siowm ' Christine ... Chris ... BARRACUDA . . . Led Zepp ... Chicago ... Stones ... Graduating in january Berkeley girl in April ... What! ... Childworld ... Richie De' Bronx Carnations Feb. 'IB Pizza 84 Brew . . . Florida. . . 4 ,M ' I So what's new? Come again! ...Number One. . . "Charlie" Brandywine ...D.S. ..."Don't give up on us Baby", "Something to do, Someone to Love, Something to hope for" . . . -Anonymous seniors! 87 ELIZABETH RIVLIN My spirit is like the babbling brook, forever racing forward to the unknown, yet tripping and lingering on the stones in my way. -Anonymous Elizabeth, Elizabeth III, Liz, Lizzy Blue eyes . . .Smiles . . . Well anyway, it's like this ...F.M. with Vaus . . . I.T. Concert... Bob Matucci ...Wind Ensemble . . . "Bubs" . .. D.G. l'll miss ya . . . Experiences . . . My first love memories THE necklace Hartwick ... All those marks-help! ... Funny Lee Freddie the Flasher Big Mouth . . . Cret . . . Windmill '77 . . . Danc- ing Hey Dizz very quiet rides Christmas '75-a dozen of them! ... B.H.H.S. ... The Spy Who Loved Me 9f21f77. . .Zilla . . . "My cuties". . .You dip ...Our little kid write P.C. ...VaRiv rock 97 and 553 "The Perfect match" . . . I finally got my license! ... marathon '78 . .. friends forever, write Els ... To those who care . . . Y Billy loel . . . Delisafsdemise at Miriartifsfg . Soap Q! iisff ifil i --.A .,', ,-r- 1 z ' ' f 1 - Q 7- 1 FEED G TIME x, X1 ff' 0 , Mr' Wfmwf ,L 'Q' xf K . 'ii' "f if 88 "4. "N-.. AT THE ZOG an' 1 ,4f" 89 90fseniors Yesterday is ofthe past. Today is what counts. Con Ed Trails, Cat Stevens, Killington Ski w Bump weekend football with over the hill gang, waterskiing at Candlewood Lake, Mr. QR' , .' PETER ANDERAU 14 " ,, Qx.,Z,x,f'tXk T's tennis buddy, Friendly'sg Twisted Sister, stigggi ,N ,Y Na K N Friday ice skating, Fishkill by trails? Swiss ' th-exft ff, lg ki. is Gardener. . I F ,, I WEA- tlstfif' . A if gg, iikxw .xv ,yup v I ..S'?1,,m N- 1. 4 ftjfizl Iumm smm P Iudith, ludy, jude the Obscure... book devourer . . . apple freak . .. gum chomper tinsel teeth no more . . . No, I'm not getting con- tacts . .genius brother. . . I refuse to join Mathletes two days to write a paper the hard ques- tions were Press's, not mine . .. sessions at the Bliers ... "Mousetrap" tennis beginner forever. . .backward dives. . .ner- vous is taking your driver's test for the third time I had a really strange dream last night ludy, can you sign this check? lane, where's the O.C.? . . . No, I did not ride my bike through the Louvre Ellen, the human tissue-mine ... Led Zep and a smoky room... You lost the Godspell tickets?! . .. Duane, I'm not going to keep my promise . . . Six is the perfect num- ber-love to all five of you I finally made it! This is So boring. 4 IAMES HOWARD GRIFFITH "Where there is power, there can never be love and where there is love, there is no need for power." -Anonymous james, lim, jimmy, Griff . .. It's Griffith not Griffin! . . . "We had home work?" ... "The Admirable Crichton" . . . Star Trek Lives . . . Summers at Siwanoy . .. stranger from Connecticut "Don't Drink the Water" ... Beatles ... Science Fiction . .. Greenville Church Youth Fellowship Pres ... "The Mousetrap" . . . saw Star Wars five times... lethro Tull ...much out... M"'A"S"H ... camping in zero degree weather ... huge lunches ... Tolkein fan chorus 8th, 9th, 10th Har- mony??? always eating ... girlfriend at Woodlands ... Pizza and ice cream sodas .. . English major? ice skating at Crane's pond at 11:00 p.m. ...climbed Mt. Marcy . . . studying with the stereo on . .. Thanks Edgemont .. . Catch Ya Later. -H.T. I Seven Stars afteiiqthe roadypainting . "I, Claudius" , TODD KRAY Todd . .. "for sure" ... Amaretto C. ... Mott, Bowie, Lou . . . Skiing ... Punk ... Charlie Parker, Coltrane ... DP's ... Liz-"Hello it's me" ... Lennon, Dylan, Springsteen, Patti ... Un- derachiever. . .craziness with Auf- fie . . .Schaefer Festivals. . . Lehigh Gig... Latin and African Music... Lost at N.M.D. ... Burroughs, Kerouac Cottage Jams Chuck Berry, Bo, Little Richard . .. Nils Tripisl ... Giant Summer Parties.. .Scarsdale Village Rowdy . . .Wine . . . Greenwich Village... Syncopation ... W.S.F.Y. ... Stones .. . Easter '76 . .. "Quad"? Electric House Flav, Chris, Jordan, Kathy, Nancy, Sue, Leon, Michelle, Stevefsl, Gip, john, jeff, Amytsl, Cos, Sue, Helen, Carie, Cindy, Brenda, Sara, Paul, Randy, Liz, the junior crew, et. al.-all dif- ferent times, but l'll remember you all. "Deep down inside, I got a rock and roll heart" ELLEN ADELLE FRIEDMANP Ellen, Ellie ... Following the straight and narrow Travel- ing through the South, Southern blood and all ... Ocala- that's real Florida "Yes I probably have relatives there." ... News about Hillery, Berry, Candy or Augie My big brother is coming home... lanice's sister. . ."lust becausel went to France with Mrs. l. for 3 weeks, didn't mean l was sup- posed to speak French, did it?" ...Beowulf Poet. . . Satire. . .A page, not a book, at the Scarsdale Library . . . Endless supply of tissues. . . l'm not cry- ing, it's my allergies ...Thanks to everyone, especially Mrs. 1. -Lou Reed '93 -if tw-f':f I carry the sun in a golden cup, the moon in a silver bag. -W. B. Yeats seniors! 91 A THOMAS SEAN NOLAN "With luck on your side you can do without brains" -Bruno Nole... No-Hassle ...The Machine... Football star forced into retirement One-year track phenomenon . .. The School Record??? .. .The Flag tYeal . .. Skiing superstar . . . 9f30f77 . . . All right Steve St GIP fnext time j.N.J . . . What Gig ... only cool people wear boxers tright L.G.E.J Hitting the track wf C-O 8: Nels Big Red Devil lai-alai wf Nels too ... School ski trips . . . The Crash!! Johnny be good thank you .. . Halloweenggpaksggj5. Clbise Encountersscraze 5. . 92X seniors It is man that makes truth great, and not truth that makes man great. "You'd better watch out, there may be dogs about" ANDREW LEVENSON P 'gg Lev Andy Chewy the wookie ... The bell ... the Boomer . .. the space crew from forum "77" Party cruise with Trav . .. the Nova SS ... the beast ... LM... ... Wasted ...Zeppelin , , . Floyd Goaltender l'm not going ...doin' shots. . .Widers. . . D.P.'s with Paul Marlboros Anybody got matches? .. . the trough -Confucius - 4 YUM: SHIBUYA Yumi, U-my, Yummy ... lapanese import ... V-ball powerhouse ... Always on the phone Dee, l'll miss you!! 10f20!77 at Atsuko's "That's O.K." . . . August 23, the saddest day of my life! .,."l'm hungry" ... japanese School dropouts "Let's go shop- ping, Chi" . . . Baseball games in Central Park at 6:00 AM. . . "I'm so sleepy!" . . . Nights out with the gang - I had a good time Concerts Loves the amusement park . . . jenny! ... The Slim He is the vocalist, Dee you know April 30 - July 13 '77 Wfl.N. ... Great memories . .. LOVE YOU ft. "'!?f' awww? CHRIS THOMAS "I can see the concrete slowly creeping, Lord take me and mine before it comes." -Ronnie Van Zant Chris, Thom ... "Let's go campin' " ... Harimon State Park ... Lake Tiorall ... Stockbridge Shelter. . . Midnightcoon raids ...D.P.'s . . . Central Park . . . TROF. . . "F" soccer swimming at Kensico Rock 'n Roll XR-75 "Hey man are you givin' us a hassle?" Y -Waters - x g, . --49m Nuthin' could be finer V' 'ra V .r . ,R , i Q ,,,s... -' I AA P YP -, ss 1 X. . W s ll,"-.w .Y K K NX - ...ew 'fr Ls? J N . r . if-fC-, f i.srs the blue rock. . .losing basketball and football games gg, DePalo's g IENNIFER ANN OSBORNE And all the fantasies that I have been keeping will make the empty hours easier to stand -Billy joel jennifer . . . jenn . . . leffener . . . jeff . . .Giggles . . . "Friendly" girl . . . forever smil- ing, always laughing crushes that never turn out never-ending diets that sometimes work ...unique accents. . . "No, I'm not from the South!" . . . Spencer's girl Saturday . . . always causing traffic jams . . ."l can never get in or out of two door cars.". . . Fire Island summers. . .Ocean swimming is the best. . .ex rah-rah. . .New York City import . . . "I wish I Could move back.". . . v-ball,b-ball, LaCrosse. . .var- sity letter in bench warming . . . does more things than there are hours in the day... very fidgety, can't stay in one place for too long. .. always involved. . .loves people, especially children . . . "I hope to have a whole bunch of my own.". . .future mother of America, but not without a career. V aw I K kv B V.,V q i A . If fif it , 3. Q , 1 K ,pi E535 1 SUSAN ANDREA V WEINER Sue Adam's twin -woo DUSTY To dance To dream ... PB8tl ... Murraybaum ...Denmark . . . 5 AM walks talks Chop Suey Lighting matches buring MIRACLES ... always blushing . . . freaky friday . .. corrupted innocence peas 81 carrots jogging? ...l.cfoP8tB...crushes... ugly sand castle, love-hate relationships ' hilewLOVEsue musicals ... "how embeerassing" ... 31, 2, 3-DL . . . friends who move away. . .Buffalo soccer ... Calif ColofCamb ... BROADWAY wf Lu ... music-ALL types "Take off your glasses" . .. Nich is lohed in Birger Niny . . . junk food ... gullible ...Tootsie To those who shared 81 smiled, all my love for ever 84 ever... fart? -.,,,,w e+a.,.+o-v'+W"'sf 'tv "Seagulls circle endlessly, I sing in silent harmony, we shall be free. " -David Crosby " . . . dancing all our sorrow away . . . " -jackson Browne' seniors! 93 HARRY LANGER "lf the world was blue, l'd paint myself yellow" -Harry Langer, 3rd grade, "How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something, but to be someone." -Coco Chanel Harry, Harold ... good summers, great summers. . . Early graduation-Thank God! Billy joel, Eagles, The Dead, The living . . . tons of concerts . .. trip to Florida with Ron ...tied with Thrp . . . Pizza and Bagels weekends wtih Amadin, Lucille, Beth, and sometimes Lee poker soccer- bruises-but l got him worse, wrestling-it's gross out to California, hopefully foreign women . . .Lee ball and the nose... Beast, animal, Helen ll, the face, the world's only living aphrodisiac. . . I could've gotten her, the story of my life, too bad. V "riff I Gong Sliolw S00fSgli ls-isif'Fdn1fly" . . . Georges . . . no drivefsifedl . fsii . I e I 94X seniors DANIEL MELAMED "Never before have we had so little time in which to do so much." -Franklin D. Roosevelt Dan ... Danny ... Cherry Bomb Peugeot . .. Let's see if I can fix it . .. Bicycling up the Coast. . .Dust Collec- tion... Drink Coke. . . I Wanna Quit School I'll clean it up tomorrow ... You think you're pretty funny don't you? . . . Of course it hurts. You think I'm dead?. . .Winters in London ... Losing gracefully at Ping Pong... International Frisbee Association Good bye and good luck! Y LAURIE BETH FREITAG P Laurie, Laur, Short, Fry, French Fry, strike, Freisner, Carnation Fry. . . liffy ...IAKl.S"' . . . D.P'S 84 S.S. ...lt'S cool Compulsive gamblers New Years '77 . .. bimpf ... Let's mingle 3600 at Bergdorff's Summer nights at Greenville . . . 3:00 a.m. ... The Crew' . . . What's Laurie doing in the back? . .. HRD eve at Steph's . .. Donut and Cheese ... Snagged at lim's . . . Sid is your lip stuck? . . . Peel out naturelle me 84 Sue 0,9'I'I, 84 Fire Dept . . . Steve, this room appears to be empty Races with Nancy Playland bump P8rB, Diner. . . Rebel Rebel. . . quick cruise meet Harvey, Tom and lack Carrie you're full of surprises ... Sigma Nu Cindy and the Lits . .. What are we going to do tonight? . .. Short and Short inc weird laugh ... six years with Amy ... First sleep over with Kathy Lunch with ma and Ciung Espana '77 Basket- ball 'I8-yr. club. Q 4 LUANA AYRES SHAPIRO "Don't shoot me, l'm only the piano player." -Bernie Taupin Luana, Wanna, Louis, Louie, Lu, Lu Baby, Lu the poet, Wild Child, Alkie . . . "Life is Luana, Wanna, Louis, Louie, Lu, Lu Baby, Lu the poet, Wild Child, Alkie. .. "Life is rough!" ... one thrill after another ... the eternal diet. .. V2 of the little fatties Tull Freak DREAMER intro music, please ... Billy joel ... CRAZY . . . South Pacific Star-thanks to Mr. W. ninth grade fan club Lenny 84 Squiggy, Chucky 81 Horton, and Dee ... MY GO, ... amazing mother, celebrity sister, what happened to me? sar- castic 8f pessimistic ... melting and wilting .. . OZ!! ... best friend Kev ... late night jogging wfKeats. . . Really... Matchmaker and Couples Counselor. .. V-Ball Star 76-77 ... Kuhlua 84 milk wfEsch . . .only tone deaf madrigal . . . li- quid protein forever ... horrible things ...BROADWAY wfSu . . . Hey man, I'm cool! artificial food coloring Italian?! "And now for something completely different" ... MUSIC ... M.R. attorney at law . .. Wonderful child! long goodbye's leez, I'm rowdy! ... "This is true" 3- L.L. ...Ber- muda fling . . . Irish, too. . .thanks Edge- mont for all . . . 331 The End ... "Us Little Guys Fight Back" I be I "The Mo,usetrap'f,iii. . collegefapplication crises . . . Happy.Daze . . 7 if 4 ANGELA GWEN GRIFFIN Angela, Angel, alias Angie Wild as the wind blows ... Good times in the Regal. . .216, Andrea, KOSy and empty wells at the Oasis ... Eating out Valles, Loigi, Loigi's, 6 Brothers 84 The 7 Stars . . . Night Owl . .. Dream Weaver . . . London's closed tonight Speeding in E. Finchly . . . driving Without a license . . .all those silly hobbies ... weekends in New Paltz The MOVIE freak . . . The jaguar breaking down ... Walton- under-Edge, Surrey and the amazing Flowlers . . .Scratch my back LOVE Gary. "Angie, you can't say we never tried." IAMES HAROLD LEWIS P Lewis, Lewie, james H., james, jimmy, jim, j.L. ...anything but james F. ... madrigals, chorus, barbershop ... The Razor's Edge... loves music... P.D.Q. Bach .. , loves jazz, can't stand rock. . .WRVR. . .drama major ..."What a ham!". . . Israel . .. Spain ...a story for everything "That reminds me of " ..."Finally, I'm seventeen!" . .. late birthday "Believe it or not, I have the car today" "You sure you don't need a ride?" ... out to lunch with Teddy blue Mac-cap "Where did you get that hat and why do you wear it?" pic- tures in English getting the teacher in trouble . . . itching to graduate... l'll be back! -jaggerfRichards 5-'H' . 4 'H W I 3 EIS. ' .. , . gif My A. 9 W .. H A ,ai ,- x . f ,N N . "Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind." -john Donne seniors! 95 A HARRISON j0N DOSSICK Well I walk the road of life among the strong, among the weak, And I ask them for the shortcut to the answers that I see, But It seems nobody understands what is and what will be, OH, the questions of my childhood weave a web of mystery. -STEVE VVALSEfKERRY LIVCREN Harrison, Harry, Harr, Doss, Fro ls that your first name or your last name? ... The summer of '77, Pool hopping at S.F., Trips to THE HOUSE, All night par- ties, DP's, R8iC's, Molsons, A permanent room in Hotel Schaevitz, Long talks with j.L., HELP! fl.F.N.R.l ...They all hate it! ... THE MACHINE ... Party tunes, Southside, Floyd, Tull and KANSAS Goofs W! Burt and Slick, All night racks with Matt, Partying with Bubba . . . I feel whimpy . .. One of the '14-SHAFTED... The Silent Drummer, Ski Freak ... Harrisburg, Pa. ... THE TROF-"F" Bye, Bye Birdie, South Pacific, 'I3-year club . .. 1ffl,,,Schaetvitz1Hotel. . . Senior Cut Day . . . Forum . . . 96f seniors THOMAS FREDERICK KORNBLUH Today is a tomorrow and days long past. The zenith of yesterday, the base of tomorrow. We shape now and support what is to come. We remember the past supporting what is now. Now is the vortex of all that is and was. It is a point of change and of stability. It is ours-all of ours. -T.F.K. T.K., Korny, Korns, Red, Tomas . . . Tennis, Skiing, C.C. 81 mud slides through the gym, E.j. and the team . . . P.F.M., King Crimson, Tull ... who me? ... Sure my seat flips down ... A.F.S., Italian jew, funny-you don't look jewish, Daniela and the Coliseum in Rome, Ti amo, Emanuela . . . Me and my ARROW . . . flying from Hunter . . . ground beef ... I'm doing well considering ... What's with Edgemont? Dairy Queen at 3-God I'm hungry... E.L.O.a la Chicken, E.L.P., Zepplin, and of course Bach . . . Westchester-can you get us in? . . . NYFTY, WeFTY. . .LIVE LONG AND PROSPERl!?l Y . 'lug ,S T IW. S Iv' xi -1 " .Vt . I f 'R' "ii f XX 31 fam Q5-1' ' .a A X .. ,Ah- I ,ff ' , .Q f 'l4.g,5-1,, ",,-Alia: I IOSEPH CHRIS AUFFANT P Auffie, Auffull, Chrissy, Chris the Clean ...1!1f77...T-Babe ...Trips to Boston ...The Blue Monster. . . Alone at the wheel ...The speed of light ...Mid- night Drives ... Kitty ... Me 81 jordy . . . Dogs ...The Panther ...The Nun ...Me8tmytutu My Band No way Really... BINK. .. I Love Edge- mont WELL DON'T Grongus DP'S What a World . . . j.L.S. ...Ray the Toll Man . . . Sassafras. . . I think I've finally learned ... The Silencer ... Florida ...The Village ... ELVIS. . .Ran 81 Gip ...Victoria Luggage Look at this mess I think I broke my arm Kathy, the car isn't turning ... The Apple cLostz+PA Want to Party ... CB-360 ... Parking.. .Allison 8t Margaret, I Luv U Quad j, Everybody's going to be there ... I've been dumped . . . Hugh ...Good luck you guys, I'm go- ing to miss you. 4 IONATHAN SAMUEL KLEIN All that's necessary for the forces of evil to win in the world is for enough good men to do nothing. -Edmund Burke In the long run men hit only what they aim at. -Henry David Thoreau jonathan, jonny, jon, Two-Tuf ... Maine, New Hampshire, Walt Whitman ...The beautiful but endless Applachian Trail ... Summers at tennis camp ... broken wrist at Mercersburg ... Diplomacy ... bicycling ... Goodman, Sophos, and the Cello ... Gardening with "Paul" Tristar Lawn Industries NYC Salt Shakers Grand Tetons . . . a love for the West . . . Hiking at CWW Skiing.. .Too many committee and club meetings ... summer 77 in Canada . . . planes, trains, vans, bikes and horses debating and D.C. The Respectus Race. . .Thanks C.W. and S.K. Forever under the Stetson! "The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become." -Charles Du Bois ....g J Oklahoma stories with Saundetsfg, avatheflibigyewinter '77-'78 . . . 5: 4 LAYNE ALLISON HUDES Layne, Laynie, Baggage, Lucy to Mrs. C., Lettuce Layne Steve, this room ap- pears to be empty. . . S5 and a bucket of ice Rheum, Minky, Phin, Stimp Cloiseau imitations. . . l.P.T. ...Veep - l.B.T.C. New Nose Diets French trouble with Adam . . . Next stop Broadway - Right Amy? 6-Pack - Nice Cruys Finish Last . . . I left my heart in Paris ... Every dog has its' day . .. Food Glorious Food chic, pseudosophisticated ... Cecille B. Strange .. . preettee .. . no sweat, stain or perspiration. . . That's really pungent ...N.Y.E. '77 - Thanks Leslie and Randy ... Sr. Life with Kim ... Chester Arthur Fan Club Limo . .. Bummer ... The mouth that roars ... Pennsylvania ... Bert jones ... 6th grade back room ... Every teacher's pet? .. . Rookie rah-rah ex-jock Channel 13 The Trenches . .. Vacations in Boston . . . Let's play stump.. . Love to my family 4- ever! "lt was the best of times, it was the worst of times .. . BRIAN IAMES MCDONALD P Brian, Bri, Mac Fish, Super- fish ...Smiling Sam ...Honest Abe f'FooLi1" fffskay you fool!" "relax, relax" Swimming! Nationals? All- American? ... Olympic Hopeful? ... Preppie Virgin Isles '78 ... "Oh My!" ... "Fooooooo!". . . "simply amaz- ing" Hitchcock WASP ... England, Ireland, Scotland wf Stork 81 Kev . . . Dallas Cow- bosy ...Thor ...Amazing Ap- petite . . . The Different Drum- mer ... Pres "cool it!" "Hey Heather" . . .Tolkien and Dean Princeton All- American Boy ... "As the sneaker says: A-di-dos" . . . See you in Moscow! -Charles Dickens ffst,.g.,.. Q, "Time is what we are fighting in our lives . . . We can never achieve a total victory, but every time we achieve a partial one, every time we extend the boundaries of man's capacity, we affirm our human dignity . . . " -Brian Clanville seniors! 97 A IORDAN MATTHEW THALER A good friend is a rare find, their straight talk can ease your mind. -Laura Nyro lorda . . . Gords. . .l. .. . Norman . . .the four-year club... you start to live when you learn to drive . . . Kitty . . . cruisin' in and breaking the Stang . . . Sat. Nite Live at lackie's . . . Chris and me: lots of fights and lots of friendship, World Hist wfKathy ... "Boyfriend", "Birdie", "South Pacific" ... Frank-Hinsey vs. Thaler . .. The Closest of Enemies, "We are friends of the friendless" . . .The Big Events T.V. Raul 8t lorge Barphobia Linda, Bette, Ioni, Laura ... Lunch and laughs with Katie ... "Let's see a MOVIE". . . Bertha. . .Click, Hello? The Head Balk Gossip, laughs and love wfAmy . . . my love life? don't ask Tollman I KNOW TK-Southern Man ... "Pulleez" . . . C, Who cares? The Apple I LOVE LUCY. . . "lt's only oranges". . .Sshing a T.V. ... Margeaux and Rodney ... Lillian Tomlinson ... The Village ... gospel groupie. . . Summers at Camp M- R Thanx for the best times: Amy, Dud, Kath, Kate, Chris, Calyn, Drac, Wina and Selmo tI'll miss ya all.J Dr. Gast and soreflfgetiat the'Dance Marathon 98f seniors 1 rg, l DONALD COSTELLO IAMES NELSON Time to live, Time to lie Time to laugh, time to die Time to walk, time to run Time to aim your arrows at the sun -lim Morrison theDoors l...1i...lim...N...Ne...Nel...Nels...Nelso...Nelson ...Ted...Teddy... Big Teddy...Yeah! ...4th period... Biology under water . .. Easy Rider . . . 11:47 . . . Member of the country club . .. Wednesdays .. . 2nd period ... Soccer winger ... little dreamer . . . will you wake up! ...February . . . lai-Tom ...Golf .. . Actylsalicylic Acid . . . What a Trip... 7th period... I'm going to Maic-Island . . . 13-97 . . . I don't have a birthday... 13-97 .. . I'm shy . . . Chic 81 Chong. . .IV's . . .9f30 S.M.T.N.G.E. ...l.N. Cold Feet... Hey Bri ...f's... Marbles... Monday... 5th period . .. B-Ball . .. Friday parties . .. See you ... Lost one Golden Earring . . . Have to go to the ssertrof... B... By.. . Bye PAUL DelDUCA 'I . -f F , . .. 1 -,-fp. '',5."l3'f?g'Q.1::z:-'54" 'Y .H I ,fp il 1 1 -..A- Ttlfllsrlzi-I-!'.. 'ig' Jug 'K .- 1 w 5 mx- X Xi ' I F- f X Q f ""' X . -' -N: fffazsv . if .vw N X A 6 .5E.l.liEf5f .. 5' 1 - i im.-43316-ls ENN fi' 15' N5 S , X 1 H- 9 if X liiltlf rxkeffn BM ,q t o,'g.lgw 13. ', l,. iff:e3g'5fiQ'32:,1..5?0 y A F' - - f -'jf l N Wt. x 1, 3-, e ' 1 L 1515514-:ss.ff'E?f4 QQ?-9-59 ' l X ,'QLKlvli-'gg aigllxv. x ,lit my-+4 J. Y, A755 KM. 34 XA, ",i'j1? gl' cgi, Q 5 .--. 4.q tax A f ' Wete mf A 5' 1 tl'i TODD VAN 'UGBY gm sw ,.,..-g1-:o- K f-w.....: ' -+ s . --,-- But of him are ye in Christ jesus who of Cod is made unto us wisdom. And righteousness, and sanctification, and redemp- tion. -I Corinthians 1:30 A - - 7fWhe'e"' You aPP'Y?f5ii9icillc- v f ALAN PRESS Alan, Al, Big Al, Aries. . . Wrestling, Soccer, Tennis? . . . Yankee Stadium - Yanks are ffl ... KISS, BTO, ELO . . . "he should be locked up" lMl .. . cruises with Murph and monkeyman G.O. Basketball ...july 14, 1976 . . . Math Athletics... Yonkers Raceway ... RPI-Summer 77 .. . Woodland girls . .. "trips to N.Y.C.". . . "mugged". . .Galaxy 500 -it runs.. .welll . . . best P.A. and police siren. . . "false accusation". . .ping pong champ ...A.P. Bio with ludy. . ."physics is easy". . . knives. . . Playland .. . eats at B.K. and P 8g B "fathers' frisbee lrec.l toss" future engineer... seniors! 99 .J 'ar - BERNADEITE PICKEL Cricket... Nicatina ... Piglet... Playing guitar in the aud . . . luv that good humor... Hitler and Hallowe'en . . . Al Capone should be proud "Give me a break" Remember Spike and The Third Reich. . . "Smoking Section Blues". l'm finally free of aschool where walking at an exit is against the rules where Spanish teachers don't lock their cars. And people care too much about who you are finally free of snobby fools I've met better people in bars. ELIZABETH ANNE REDEGELD can uncover and no "There are mysteries within the soul which no hypothesis guess can reveal." - Khalil Gibran if I ll l it .fr i 51.5 53537 it f 59 l , Q 95 y f 3. ? f ,I is f '," T A L 1 ,21 J. a,i,QX sl IRISH wt f .l .A IBM il e fywx 8 "'1"? 4- . if is G an W9 we Q UW W 'fc Q Q 1 3662 ae m 'gf A N- X563 agp erm Qt Q' . ,fl-., YQ - L57 Q ld 6 t.,,h4fyeq' ' auf' at 412 go 'S ag '91 E 'S f -'Z'irQ- - Q QQ -.T Aft 3 gg Qegae ci 71 l' 59 Q5 EWG Q QS UN AQ TSA 50903255366 l A l S A iBabbaS3bbah6Y . . all night at Forum . 7.7 . 100f seniors Don't stop, it'll soon be here. It'll be here, better than before, tt QQ.. -can't get no, satisfaction - TOM VALENTINE P 1 Val . . . Herk ...juice . . . Football ... D.P.'s ... sweet revenge ... water under the bridge . .. too many at one time V2 p eiser than A.D. tm,m,p.aJ a+'l Demolition derby crazy mike ...Denver . . . N.Y,C. ..."W" . .. All Nite Attack's . . . Steple's house with Robert P. and Kim S.-C71 Only one undefeated season 10th 84 'I'lth went to fast. . . Fast Ed- die ... The most unbelievable thing happened to me in front of Baskin 84 Robbins "Don't stop thinking about tomorrow, Yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone." -Fleetwood Mac 4 LAURA ALGIERO Laura, Lau, Algi . .. Summer of '77-the greatest . . . GOLF!! . . . july 22, '77 . .. spending my life in the snack bar. . . Pete's house ... Toots ...the drinking con- test between loanne and Mike Funspot Algi and Nan running to save Wanamakers ...Cruising in the Seville, then the Chevy. . . Geannine and I in the front seat with Fat lack .. . driving Lori's car while everyone slept... The Ciof-"give 'em the gate" ludy and Geronimo... Phil ... September 22, '77 . .. spying in New Rochelle Claire and I spying at Cross County ... Are you talking to rne? . , . Oh yea? ...What problems , . . "I'Il give you a kiss instead". . ."What do ya wanna do?"-"I duno" "What do ya wanna listen to?"-"Boston" "Geez, they're really mature"-"Aren't they though?" the greatest smile in the world-Phil ... Rolling Stones ANTHONY STEWART BOUZA "We have unmistakable proof that throughout all past time, there has been a ceaseless devouring of the weak by the strong." -Herbert Spencer Tony ... Bernard ... Bernie ... Bern' . .. Monty Bouza's Flying game show . . . New Rochelle with The guys Carmine and New Rochelle . . . MR. T. . . . l keep telling you l'm not Italian! How can I be Iewish? I've been baptized, wanna see? . .. I'm not tall, it's just that all the rest of you are kind of short Wanna shoot some hoops? ... Any parties this weekend? Where's George? with weird Pete at D.P.'s Nugent, Cult, Sabbath, and the immortal Zappa . . . Datsun Rules! . . . 260-Z ... skiing with George ... Friday night home basketball games Full time Lab janitor for Mallia. . .My Car is not a phallic symbol! ...TANK with Sileo . . . Check out that chick! ...Look at that car!! . . . Suzuki Rules ... Summers on the Cape ... Catching Z's and getting a tan ... OUT to Lunch Late for English . .. great times with L.E. ... Always on top . . . 37 years of Spanish ... My father always wanted to go to Amherst . .. V .Great . . e.,Senior .l.t I ADAM BARD BURROWS "High School is closer to the core of the American Experience than anything else I can think of." -Kurt Vonnegut Adam, Stork, Professor . . . Hoops... Randi... Rock and Roll ... Southside. . . Hotel Schaevitz . . . Ezra . . . "We're Havin' a Party". . . Barford Boulder.. .New Year's '77. .. Prom '77 . . . Scarsdale "Animal" Farm . . . D.D.'s after. . .Michael's KO... Danny's.. . Great Expectations . . . Costly Campaign . . . D.P.'s . . . Snots and Brews . . . turning blue ..."kidnapped" . . . French trouble with Layne .. . Giant games with Kevin ...touch football . . . E-5 '77 . ., Linda, Mice and NYC. . .G.B. Trio. . .Ear-repairable damage... Non-Forum ...Almaden and Bouncers... Hellish Halloween ...Snow Trekking with the P.R.'s . . . Bouts with Schon . . . Coat Fire . . . Times Square, 4 am.. .S-O-M. . .Back ...Concerts . .. Coolness Points . . . Amy . .. The Fiat ...Boy Oh Boy... Y Room, 6th Late! STEVEN MORRIS P FRIEDMAN Steve, Steven, Squeeven, Squeeky Freakie, Freakl, Pin- nose ... Songbook, 3 Musketeers, Manipulate, "He's fat uhh I really don't know much about him.", Morse kiss, Memorandums, The tape, T.C., B.D., Now Lori?!, BBYO Convention, Love, H.j., Town Park Bowling ... Ardsley ... Natchez, Stainless Steel But- ter dishes, The Box, Century Formula, Cruisin' the Avenue, Britts, chases, jimmy the Bat, Orange Light Seely 84 Greenville, Delisa's, Pinball. . .ct-70. . .Scarsdale with Bones 81 Auffie, Butoxin, Aqueduct, The Fort, X Man ... Dull john, Eisindurg, Goon 24 Tanglewood, Ridge. . . 13-yr. club, cc, DJ., Goodyear Washington Trip ME-262, ZFY, DOC Willy, Modern Day, Diary. .. Boston, Billy joel, Wednes- days, D.P.'s, Card Games, Dunkin' D, Bk, P8tB, Elks, Welcome cheer, Crew '77,- The Band The clincher, -Charles Dickens Karine. ...M--f I "lt was the best of times, it was the worst of times." seniorsf101 I0-ANN TEITELBAUM You never know how deep the roots are un- til you try to pull them up. -Teitelbaum lo-Ann, Io, Desdemona, Jessica Howard... forever dancing ... smiling ... always laughing "l'm shorter than you think" ...another dayfanother diet. . ."I'm really not that lappy" BBG 81 FYA . . . Chanticleer ... writing ... talking ... dreaming ... "Want me to teach you how to Hustle?!?" crazy lady London wf Miriam CSN . . . "Night Moves". . .Gin 8t Tonics. .. vacuuming the Jaffe livingroom at 3 in the morning!! . . . "If my agent calls tell him I'm busy!" luv to the GCT Hampton Playhouse '76. . . Laura 81 Stan 84 Barbara... mittens ..."I really think it's time I fell in love" 'I3-yr. club ltacha-75 clowin' around ... big green eyes ... P8tB8tj 7 Stars Michaels never needing proof . . . good times Mom 8: Dad 84 loyce, all my love and thanks . . . Believe it or not it has really been fun! V 12 i ...nf ' f" 4. .1 ' M ff E ans, E wdndetliinggwhenytit will be our turn toigraduatelf . .5 1 02! seniors RICHARD S. HENCK "l'll meet you in New Hampshire, where the mountains and lakes will prevail forever and ever." -Anonymous Rich, Richie ... Hank, Hankie ... Hey, Wow . . . Summertime-Lake Tiorati, warm O.I.'s , one punch parties Operation paint house, the 'voir at Kensico, yeah ... New Hampshire, Lake Winnipesaukee, sail- ing in its breezes. . .Those summer women ... We can't forget D.P.'s Supertramp, Weather Report, Genesis, Outlaws, and, of course, Billy loel . . . Gristede's, the home of prime stockboys Baseball? Go you fro Fishing on the DeLaurentis II The Yankee Clipper and the Clipper Ships Tuberg Gold and Mountain Dew, O.K., Kath? All right. . . Forget Emerson, Lake and Palmer, among others . . . Hey, Pete, is that her, that there blond ranch hand . . . "You must know Barson, a friend of the devil is a friend of mine, don't ya know?" V 5.5 ROBERT GRAVALINO P Trav Lino The Boomer ... 10,000 DUDES AT THE TROUGH F D.P's where's Neil 8t Glen? ... Hockey Player 81 fun Party . . . Sat. Aft. Street hockey games ...PINK FLOYD . . . who let the air out of Lev's air shocks? ETV Broadcaster . . . Member of MaIIia's Militia . . . CHEM-MAN . .. intensely outrageous . . . TRANS AM'S 84 Vette's ... Wasted ... Really ... Solo... The Space Crew from forum f'77" Beat ... The bell Sunrise 81 Heineken ... 4th Period health with the Nest whippets . . . Scott, will you con- trol Gene! Summer Parties with Spike . .. cruise doin' shots . . . 1.5's. . .the Trough . .. 13-year club ... B-LUNCH BUNCH . . . Munchout. . .Take it easy . . . keepin' late hours Neil. 4 LISA MICHELE USEFOF By the time we got to Woodstock we were half a million strong, and everywhere was a song and a celebra- tion. And I dreamed I saw the bomberjet planes riding shot gun in the sky turning into butterflies above our nation. -loni Mitchell Lis, Carmen, Fof . . . Grasshopper, loMo, Bhat ... mpl wfswk . . . Yes, Pink Floyd, CSNY 84 Supercrayon thumbing on the Taconic "Your eyes should be locked up". . . Campfires at the view . .. Ardsley again? . . . T22, Tokeneke, da Bronx. . ."They were 6 feet tall" . . . Lake George, july 1, 1984 Better late than never . . . 4745 . . .The Farm . . . How can I tell what I think till I see what I say? . .. Love Philadelphia . . . they're so friendly ... intrepid trippers ... S.C. ceiling marathon motorcycle mania Moratorium it's addicting Draw- ing pictures on the walls . .. freaks 81 sparkles Let's climb a mountain Thank you Amerika! "Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends" l S thanksfto Mr.G5IdbefgandiMr.Petluzziigy,. seniorsf103 4 MIRIAM IAFFE Miriam, Mir, Mir'm, laf ... CARPE DIEM . .. Never do to- day what you can put off till tomorrow.. . "Sleeping in class again?" ... insatiable desire to go out ... midnight at 7"'s, P8tB-8flaf's lPB8tll CAMPUS MONTHLY! ... "I love to corrupt people" GO Cam- paigns ... "Life is tough" . .. BBYO parties lleff who?i . .. In- teresting Analysis!Bathroom WindowfPlaylandfPlum ln- cense. . .13 lLet's PARTY!! ... "But it's movie weather!" White Oak Till 8 . . .lo 81 London 77...GUITAR..."I'm not a lousy driver!" . .. "How did all these people get into the living room?" . . . all-nighters for anything , . .THE LAUGH.. .l'll Never Dream of Cutting My Hair... Thanks HH, ERB, El, SG Bestest Friends NE- you ve always been right. . .call back on the other number. . .ta neighbors forever, ok Hillary? l 1 f 2' I Only a moment, a moment of strength, of romance, of glamour- of youth! . . . A flick 1 ' of sunshine upon a strange shore, the time to remember, the time for a sigh, and - ,Wi goodbye! - Night - Goodbye . . . ! -joseph Conrad MARC ANDREW BERGER P l Andy, Buddy, Baker, Berger . .. It's cool, I'm cool, who's cool? WALDYR G' BASTOS' lR' ...The flyingfish bowl, another Hnfs not now much We navel but now ggi' azlotheg lgaf BOYSIQQ much we enjoy that makes happiness" oo .... ..s, .. . V -Anon mous last sunrise cruise later t y dude! - - - A l05l friend, BUddY' gf, junior, JR, Waldyr, Hunior The Cokegiand the RZ! Soffe gofelfef .iff Brazilian Impact Soccer, Soccer, Soccer --- SVU- --- IGPPW tones, if A . . .1976 League Champions . . . "the Led Zepy 5!3.'fW3Y 'TO Heaven 'if thing is" . . . Europe '77, Florence, --- 14 m'le Sled! We fe 3l'Ve - - - Space Electronics . .. Brazil, Rio de M3"0n'A1l:-5-f love .Sweet and Janeiro, Ipanema May 11, 1975 .. . SOUP feelmg no Pam CB- wedge and French fries everyday mama F00 mush Of 80043 Ines "my best sister" Thanks for thing -- ' the light New everything, Edgemont .. . Good bye. Year's Eve-Never again! ... meetcha at the den .. . gonna be rich . . . doughnuts . . . going f crazy in cars-360 Midnite ' swims ... Good Luck . .. L.. noun vi' 'll ' "Cod grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. Courage to change things I can and the wisdom to know the difference." if theeismibkihgfsection thatalmost . 104! seniors A PAUL ARANCIO Paul ... Arance ... The Nut ... Capt. Coconut Hugh good times in the "vette" . .. Cruising in THE FLEET with the Boys . . . THE Bronx . . . No more aid . . . Hit Pitman. . ."The Meat Market". . .ASM . .. 1841 LEATHER IACKET BOY gotta have the best . . .side by side "dual vettes" with Crazy Mike . .. parties at Cikoja's VQP even easier than Aid... LATE nights at Hartsdale with S.V 3 day vacation with M.M. Christmas with scully H240 NOT stopping until 300" "Let's spend the night together now I need you more than ever" Close calls at the Dugout while doing 7841 ...HER Place.. .THE INN TOWN "can't get no satisfaction" "Let's have a leather 'Indether" only one person missing .. . soon two be three ... Almost time for the Cross Country Cruise . . . can't forget the "calf" connec- tion .. . SARA PHILIPIA WEI NER "For long you live and high you fly And smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry And all you touch and all you see ls all your life will ever be." -Plnk Floyd Sara, Sully, Sullyvan. . . Playing isn't just for children . . . homework??Zprocrastination ...BOXES . . . "Don't look at me in that tone of voice!" . . . Mini's . . . Spain 4!77 . .. Kensico . .. Bowie 3f76 . . . Zeppelin . . . Hall Estate . . . partying . . . weirding out... Helen-we're on the same wavelength ... slightly crazy . . . L.H.M.S. red and white ...picnics . . . buddies . . . l.B.M.S. poor timing. . . "F,G,B" . . .Mo8fMo . . . there's a right time and place i2f16f76 always SMILE . .. M.B.W. Almaden truckin' in the tundra . . . Yellow Submarine . . . electric light . . . "Casey Jones" . .. Grateful Dead . . . "Aqualung". . .Jethro Tull.. . Black Sabbath.. .BUZZZED. ..Iam Sessions... Green Eyes . . . "met you in the S.S." . . . nurp. . . N.Y.C. ...whoodt . .. D.P.'s again? . . .shots . . . Ketchup Kaper.. . Broadway.. .Love ya Beth . . . I'll never put Edgemont down BUT I will be smiling on Graduation Day! Y LAWRENCE H. GARTEN P My best friend he shoots water rats and feeds them to his niece. -Rolling Stones Larry Scully's house with Lou Bong's trips with Lou and Chris D.P.'s 7'I4 and the Dick are the Lud Brothers, drivers with the dick cruising in the blackbird ... Five grand for the windows ... Suzuki Rm 'I25b is the Yellow Zonker. .. Elmsford with Rusin ... the sickest man on a bike.. .Camaros rule.. .Section 81 ... Matt, the Cat ... Ferocious Fri and Scotty vs Fooey Louey . .. 'I and 'I at Ad Avenue . . . Rick, the greaser. . .Fries big jump .. . -ef ,, . I the Senior Lounge that almost wasn't . . . 4 DAMIR PERUSKO PERO Nocas se moge celo zari, Nocas se moge vgedge pote, I moge misli san ozari Umriget cu nocas od lgepote. -Tin Ugevic a -an-V , ,,, . K af' 1 ... . . A LORI MERYL LAUBICH Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling. -M. Runbeck Lori, Lor, LL, Lorelei, Lori with a heart over the i SIXTEEN CANDLES . .. 2 AM com- edienne . . .TaTamTaTaTa . . . "fun in a weird sort of way" . . . BBYO social director. . . par- ties ... Sunni days at the Pool, paddleball . .. brother jim . .. Uncle Myron ...TDH says "Hi" usc madrigals 84 musicals abbadabba HH's good spirits Ricky's broken bicycles. . . "Come on, DANCE!".. . Murraybaum . . .alittle crazy. . . LML-517. .. window painting with luliette . . . Morse Kiss . . . Miss ya Babes 84 the rest of the gang... Billy joel!Wednesday's . . . P8fB . . . Bathroom window. . . hot chocolate. . .thank you ERB . . . 40 deaf mice!2 neurotic scientists.. . termpaperitis inthe wee hours .. . laughing.. . Steve's very special key. . . My circle . . . WRNW . . . summer romance . . . Ode to a Coke can . . . love you Mom 84 Dad tall the G's tooi. . . Humptus Dumptus. . .cootiesl-XX,BD . .. "You're kidding!" . .. now, a new beginning . .. the Senior Forum thatisalmqgtgyvasggft55. seniorsf105 DAVE MCDONALD Dave the Due... wastewood . . . The Trof Bong corner. . . going tothe seas The Gooks Cruising on the Sprain ... Captain Qualudes . .. D.P. Saturday night .. . Tanglewood . .. The back parking lot The rowdy sections . . . The wall . . . Down to Pit- man. . .CSN8fY. . .The Graveyard... Rocky Mountain kid ... Stella's, Sante's, G.D. . . . The only Beer with Gusto... 555-1212 . .. Crash at Mills . , . Picked up by the Ghost. . .4"4 . .. 7f15!77 . . . "Too late to change" . .. "Gone your way, l'll go mine" ... V 1 061 seniors "There is no present or future - only the past, happening over and over again - now. KARL LAMMERT P Karl, Carlton, Doorman, Speider ... 13-year club ... Football ... Stage crew ... Exxon quality ... Peach Club? ... Have you seen? ... Sante's ... P+ B every weekend The Dugout G.O. basketball Can't score . . .The Blazer. . .slowdown . . .l never have class. . .wind ensem- ble, band, stage band Zep- pelin . . . Bring the radio. . . Need a vacation . . . Vermont? . .. Par- ties at ... Third of a dynasty ... 18-year Club Enjoyed Edge- mont ... Out to Lunch ... Lubert's class .. . Who's buying? '55 .-Qi ' 5 XQXR a .1 ' ' T 52.1, 'W -92 ji . .ll -Eugene O'Neill 4 STACEY NAN TEA If you were old before your time, you probably got that way having a time before you were old. - Alfred E. Neuman Willy, Lacey, Stace, Sta, Teastay, Susana me Thermann 2 ltooj, GYB, Blonde Bomber... I'm so depressed contagious cer- tificate . . . Starsky 84 Hutch.. .judy's cousin smoking out a bathroom window DASWCASS . . . "T" DP's . .. jackson Browne, Billy joel, The Who, CSNY, Super- tramp. .. tuna 84 macaroni ...another day, another diet ... Ame-come to the bathroom wfme-PLEASE! . .. 723-5678 . . . flick of M . . .a view from a window. . . late movies - only.. .fights w!Cin . . . "Look,l burned off all his hair!" . . . King Kong.. . l hate being ... sleep-overs . .. Bayleaf . .. bananas ... a can of Miller . . . summer of '77 . . . Amtrak, jars, 81 S.S.'s. . . shotgun . . . Teensy 81 Weensy T.S. at 2 .. . iifwatsp . . . Harrisburg, Pa. ...rr . . . lt's about time, Ame... V2 of the chicks ... the yearbook that al'mostwasn't . . . PETER DOMINICK SILEO Through the corridors of sleep Past the shadows dark and deep My mind dances and leaps in confusion I don't know what is real, I can't touch what I feel And I hide behind the shield of my illusion. -Paul Simon Pete, Sil, Seo, Weird Pete, Little San, Noodles .. . from the white Mustang to the green boss ... races at Britts ... Mustangs Rule Mets are H1 Ali and Clyde. . .Rolling Stones and jackson Browne ... working at the club ... fishing for Blues . . . Belmont w! Nolan 84 Nels Avatar in the 7th weekly football pools. , .All-League Baseball... 2 SB's away ... Boy oh boy I don't know you guys I remember 5 years ago ...squirting the stork warming the bench w!Bertone .. . 100070 76-77 season. . .football?? . . .waiting for Mike ...rides on the hill w!Rick 84 Ken. . .out wf jeff, john, 81 Todd.. .cruising up and down Central look at that girl! look at that car!! ... buy-lines ...ping- pong.. .tank wfBernie. . .Love you jen. V AMY BETH GELLMAN P "Everything comes and goes, marked by lovers and styles of clothes, things that you held high and told yourself were true, lost or changing as the days come down to you" -joni Mitchell Amy, Aim, Alice,Gilda, stupid . . . art. . . the village and unique arabic lunches the extraordinary apple ... gym partners forever Ioni, Neil, loan, Bob, jackson, Linda, Billy ... Cappy ... tv ... mrs. sawhiggins . . . "its only oranges!" . .. bur- ned cork . . . black russian .. . eat-a-thons ...gossip and laughs wfjorda . . . lolly 2 . .. health tex forever. .. broadway next, right layne? . . . most annoying laugh ...feb '77 .. . judy's sister ... Maine, Boston, 81 Quebec ... daswcass ... madrigals ... superjock-amy athlete . .. guacamolie dip gorp and yogurt dishwashers, hip- pies, and derelicts. . . hand-me-downsfrom I everyone . . . I hate being... party analyz- ing wfclaudie. - -m.c.escher8tjesseallen . .. dpfss ... "T" . . . the shack ...teensy and weensy . . . Amtrack, jars, and short stories ...miracle diets. . .Aalways singing-always joni winnie-the-pooh tpigletl Ardsley . .. thanks st, jt, cs, sd, ls, ne, and everybody for the best times. Each of us has to discover his own path, of that lam sure. Some will be spectacular, others peaceful and quiet - who is to say which is the more important? -Sir Edmund Hilary 4 HILLARY IAYNE MANTIS Hillary, Hil, Bobbie-Sue, NOT Robin Scarsdale born St bred . . . CAMPUS-an unforgettable experience ... FISH ... HIM... one tablespoon . . . 13 . . . the vow ...freaky Friday, PB 8t l's . . . sum- mer memories ... Northfield, France, Northwestern . . . bored or laughing ... bizarre sense of humor "You look preppy to- day" ... "How profound" ...just another phase if you were a true friend piano F. Scott ...languages . . . "Let's gojogging 42 - tomorrow" . . . best stocked refrigerator in Edgemont "I'm hungry!" ...sweet tooth ... glop B K in clogs Blanca Plains ...Cornell 8t Williams . . . the mad Duchess movie weather "It's all your fault Miriam, but thanks anyway." seniorsf107 MICHAEL ADAM ROSEN Be the inferior of no man, nor of any man be the superior. Remember that every man is a variation of yourself. No man's guilt is not yours, nor is any man's innocence a thing apart. Have no shame in being kindly and gentle, but if the time comes in the time of your life to kill- kill and have no regret. In the time of your life, live - so in that won- derous time you shall not add to the misery and sorrow of the world, but shall smile to the infinite delight and mystery of it. -William Saroyan The Time of Your Life 11 yrs! Cool Black loe, Mansana Flom - Buck, Mongolian Ping-Pong I protest! Commie: Another speech .. . Harry MacAfee The Shades, the Edge ... Fyodor, Leo, Alex . . . Cham- pagne Duck Strat "I have Great Expectations!" . . . Number 91. . . Satchmo . .. Peace, To all, With Love. V . it it -slt J ' -.t X . 9 X3 me cLAss THAT DEFINITELY wAs ...coon Lucio +1 SENIGRS FRIENDS ,--"""w,"', 108 1 REQ' ALONE . ,N X.. 45 -....,...,. "vii A ximsawmpriy -v S.- -5 Q-..,g vw.,-1 .-...As -mx' -v-v.,,,N """-fn.. L., , hu. .54X 5 QSO' X 679 r ? Qi- ' L X Q' ,W 4-. 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HERE'S . . . 19" 4, Q-'m. ij! fllere IA one Ming .9210 nofirecl ifg aff flue modern C0lll!Plli?llL'PJ yllll ACIUP. .9 we Add YYIGJQFII gHJ92!J, Auf of murae, .9 Juppoae moaf of my !'ienJ5 Ali!! llzinL we Jo. glue? ,re riglzl, foo. .9 Leap Zzrgeffing Mui flue one llfilA flue IIFOLAWIJ. ,7lzere are ao many new ww-Ja enacng in iam or izezf Alu: lxomogenizeal unalpaafeurizezl ,9 fun 1' wuif lo fry ffrem on Me !o!L5 AML lzome. vgourbe . . LOOKING AT YCJU 4-ug pam 5 Q 3 In ., . .5 - af! flleyyff Jay ia flzereg crazy ofd mari' fafhng A411 .jvluflffegerry jinn again. gy llze way, .9 wonder lzow gel lzomefjlyff AGU? flzinlf on il. Wliaf you Jay aaouf ruLy ahppera ann! :Someone IIHWIEJ QUFOIIW? .9 LVIEIU ll .I0l'0flly Gnfe, LMI JA? IYIOUQIJ lo .jganaaa Wllefl .9 wad feli. H 119 Row 1: R. Karas, B. Hahn, A. Goldstein, D. Hennessy C. Grudberg, Y. Holmes, N. Hinsey. Row 2: C. Ghari N. Keating, 1. Frankfurt, I. Hein, M. Hankin, M Goldstoff M. Hudes V Guarascio M. Goldber f I - I E- Row 3: R. Kaplan, L. Kaufman, E. Joerg, R. Goldman, I. Holmes. the class of 1979 oo W Row 1: S. Cosgrove, P. Bellissimo, E. Brody, L. Ahlert, B. Baumgarten, H. Abrams, R. Buff, M. Bolotsky, M. Capria. Row 2: P. Crisara, A. Chao, P. Alpert, A. Clark, K. Brody, R. Ahlert, D. Blattner, L. Burgdorff, M. Abler, A. Borges. Row 1: R. Eth, C. Ford. Row 2: P. Cohen, G. Dannis, 1. Freeman, L. Fischer, D. Flynn, K. Frank, M. Darlington. Row 3: D. Deschamps, C. Dicker, M. Dickin- son, A. Fichter, C. Grossman, M. Fein- berg, P. Forrest, I. Freed, M. Custer, R. Feldman. Row 4: M. Lindau, A. Farber, B. Gale, J. Caruso, R. Edery. 120 Row 1: T. Odell, P. Liesman, C. Marchi, E. Manewitz, M Longo. Row 2: S. Margolies, M. Kerschus, M. Lammert, L Martello. Row 3: I. Miller, S. Laufer, L. Levine, W. Lebowitz H. McDonald, C, Lytton. Row 4: Y. Lee, C. Lubell, S. Lieberi man, M. Metzner. Row 5: T. Mauser, D. McDonald, l Moskowitz, R. Lee. Row 1: R. Thomas, E Iadow, B. Stevens, B. Sklar M. Weiner, L. Steinman A. Weil. Row 2: I Wolohojian, A Silverstein, A, Williman, T Sileo, C. Zimmerman, I derland, I. Treisman, J Watkins, M. Tramontine C. Winnick, T. Spinner, J Thorp. Row 4: W. Stern. Row 1: H. Silva, I Nania, D. Shores, I Mukerji, C. Padawer Y. Okumura, 1. Post l.D. Sciarra. Row 2: S Nirenberg, R Piekarski, K. Sarno, D Morosini, B. Raicht, M Preter, M. Rosner Row 3: W. Presley, LP Rosali, P. Rockley, G S. Schmidt, I. Lamser, I. Savarese. 121 Siegel. Row 3: T. Sun- Poles, F. Press. Row 4: the class of 1980 . " X If f 3 .- 3. l Row 1: A. Crystal, I. Lib- man, B. Lowy. Row 2: R. Husney, C. Kurtz, C. Jaffe, C. Holmes, L, Krehbiel, N. Karwa, S. Post, E. Laufer, D. Kors, D. Huynh, M. Klein, 1. Kornbluh. Row 3: D. Kelly, 1. Howard, 1. Lassoff. Row 4: 1. Lewis, R. Morrow, L. Lanza, M. Metzner, A. Pearl, I. LaSorsa, -.A . ww- - K -.. . , 1 Row 1: E. Rodriquez, C. Shaw, M. Simon, B. Schutze, D. Schmidt, A. Sadovskis, 1. Smith, R. Shah. Row 2: C. Opengart, C. McGrath, K. Leven, P. Riverso, C. Murphy, F. Levine, S. Levine, M. Russo, M. Nolan, T. Lynn, B. Reed. 122 Row 1: 1. Tarricone, G. Ryan, S. Winters, T. Spoor, P. Storino, L. Wallach, I. Stevens, P. Tea. Row 2: T. Stone, P. Tuchman, I. Zipkin, L. Toccafondi, L. Touger, F. Saltiel, A. Tarricone, Row 3: K. Corrigan, K. Crowley, R. Werson, M. Nolan, G. Sturmer, A. Einhorn, L. Sacks, M. Ehret, M. Williams, V. Scoppa, L. Sadler, S. Weinstein, A. Weinstein, D. Solomon, A. Zizmor. 'fiwiwt Row 1: B. Cohen, K. Borgeson, M. DiPalermo, B. Eschenbrenner, K. Crowley, K. Conklin. Row 2: D. Chao, E. Burrows, L. Epperson, P.l. Cosgrove, G. Donal, C. Creel, K. Corrigan, T. An- binder, M. DeSedle. Row 1: K. Flynn, M. Ehret, L. Giorgio. Row 2: E. Bruckenthal, H. George, E. Cohen, B. Burns, A. Dresner, 1. Green, T. Essey, S. Gifford, E. Gottlieb. Row 3: M. Glick, A. Einhorn, A. Gold, G. Florio, I. Goldstein, R. Franzino, S. Feldman, N. Freedman, C. Bocher, K. Fang, D. Grant. Row 4: S. Cash, G. Greenspan, S. Harris, D. Hannigan. 123 Row 1: L. Burton, A. Borg, L. Bellissimo, C. Albert. Row 2: L. Blumenstein, M. Adler, I. Chiu, M. Buchoff, C: Althoff, M. At- talienti, M. Casola, S. Bloom, R. Burns, D. Bolotsky, D. Carratoz- zolo, 1. Brody, B. Cagnetta. Row 3: A. Creel, D. Baumgarten. Row 4: R. Aubry, G. Ackerman, P. Chang. Row 1: D. Gay, D. Croldstoff, S. Gale, A. Davis, L. DiLorenzo, D. Cockerill, E. Danas, D. Devenuti, P. Glass, B. Gerston, R. Gladstone. Row 2: D. Duryea, J. Gerard, D. Baumgarten, I. Flower. Row 3: M. Davidoff, A. Creel, K. Flagg, A. Crow- der, M. Fallon, R. Golod, L. Conklin, P. Deschamps, L. Glinert, V. Gialleonardo, M. DeRobertis, N. Freeman. Row 1: S. Sklar, M. Svirsky, L. Conklin, A. Waldbaum. Row 2: H. Shifrin, K. Wilson, H. Sher- man, D. Spiegel, L. Speranza. Row 3: S. Shaw, S. Tavasani, R. Tedone, D. Sinnreich, B. Salomon, L. Skolnik. Row 4: 1. Senal, S. Schaevitz, R. Steinman, I. Spitz, D. Spitz, S. Saren, M. Rosen, 1. Teiejen. 124 the class of 1981 ,Q U Row 1: A. Waldbaum, L. Speranza. Row 2: A. Walsh, D. Ziz- mor, H. Williman, M. Svirsky, 1. Senal, D. Spitz, S, Weitzen, G. Ullman, L. Weisman. Row 3: T. Zankel, 1. Warshaw, D. Baumgarten, M. Fallon, K. Wilson, l. Vogel, P. Varsavsky, M. Wachs, S. Winograd, 1. Teitelbaum, M. Wolohojian, M. Tuchman, K. Winsten. Row 1: A. Marks, A. Luria. Row 2: J. Lee, I. Levine, L. Lammert, L. Lassoff, A. Moskowitz, L. Markowitz, V. LaSorsa, S. Levine. Row 3: H. Miller, D. Maslow, L. Napolitano, A. Kuperman. A 1 , Row 1: A. Glickman, A. Gluckman, M. Kaufman, E. Joerg, C. Greenidge, R. Green, G. Golod, R. Kleinman, B. Lang, D. Spitz, I. Senal, H. Koch, A. Helsel, A. Heller. Row 2: S. Hein, R. Green, C. Hatta, B. Gusick, A. Horton, G. Kouloumbis, T. Griffin, G. Gypson,,K. Flagg, K.T. Korngold. Row 3: I. Sadler, R. Hampton, R. Matsuka, P. Lindau, E. Karlin,1.ladow,C. Lavoie, S. Leisman, S. Sklar, R. Krass, D. Baumgarten, E. Lynn, B. Henry. Row 1: N. Nirenberg, A. Patterson, L. Peng, M. Schacher, D. Roberts, G. Phillips, J. Op- penheimer, C. Meilman. Row 2: D. Pan- then, B. Osborne, L. Sepulveda, C. Schutze, D. Paul, A. Morosini, D. McDonald, H. Resnick, K. McLaughlin, 1. Magardino. Row 3: M. Raphael, D. Raspler, F. Raguso, A. Reed, D. Sarlin, R. Persico. 125 CN UUR WAY ff' !ff l K 53" ' T , ,Ki ' A I 'MIS A 957, " f ' 9 I -- , R' K., .1 . 4, 3 by ., r .N '-gNh.x. -. ll W ! 1 N Q kg " , eff . W2 g-sg -W . M K, fas-xm-1. Q rf I 1 ,i g -Q, sig. -o-I QQ I I' f 1,5 fs Q ll- l Rf px, MX jr 11 MVN ll! I NM W 1WQ5xM uk lgmlqpww 931' f 0 LJ IW M X' 'QW UW wrgq A NM it MW M M My ,W aw Lf My A M 4 . L 128 JM R HQNEEQS Ibl-fi'Evy3m7 B13 fm Jfjvmf the class of 1982 Row 1: A. Bloom, L. Rosen, S. Cowan, S. Gersten, l. Roth, C. Hine, V. Moss. Row 2: l. Brown, G. Keating, S. Custer, D. Stern, B Lanaxan, N. Bezar, B. McGrath, R. Vogel, M. Bohn, G. Mann, R. Liesman, l. O'Hara, M. Florio, S. Laughlin, R. Singh, R. Sadovskis,l Fallon, B. Cockerill, M. Darlington, A. Stern, S. Gelfand, W. Ecker, A. Vilmos, M. Pruzan. Row 3: R. Hort, R. Manewitz, R. Brovvn,l Poles. A Mgt, ' ,wk . li. F xt l M., Row 1: K. Phillips, M. Smith, N. Greenidge, M. Horner, P. Chang, G. Ford, I. Freidman. Row 2: M. Shey, M. Goldstein, F. Basch, D Bouza, M. Tracy, S. Gehn, M. Ullman, T. jones Mastrantanio,L. Kirschner, H. Usefof. Row 3: P.liminez, l.P, Kleinhaus, W. Weil, R Blier, I. Goldberg, M. Dannis, L. Fine, D. Margolies, R. Epperson, 1. Melamed, 1. Buckert, N. Bluf, T. Russo, M. Steinman. mf. X.. Row 1: S. Buff, L. Pancotti, R. Levy, T. Mead, N. Lustgarten, A. Latzounis. Row 2: A. Vilmos, M. Pruzan, D. Schon, L. LaReau, R. Manewitz, M. Dunn. Row 1: M. Mervis, D. Klein, D. Lockwood, S. Siskind, L. Shaw, T. Press, S. Shrestha, I. Kontos, A. Alterman. Row 2: M. Holmes, K. Padawer, D. Simon, E. Sileo, R. Pozzoboni, P. Clark, J, Alexan- der, T. McCuen, M. Pena, S. Corwin, M. Longo, S. Eth, M. Borges, P. Vaughan, G. Fang, Y. Lee, J. Cohan, R. Doherty. Row 3: E. Althoff, T. Bruno, K. Fuirst, S. Aron- son, L. Khaner, S. Trager, M. Sturmer, T. Donat, A. Husney, I. D'Arrigo, R. Fraser, L. Crowley, L. Russo, S. Buchoff, I. Spin- ner, I. Gold. Row 1: M. Kim, M. ljima, R. Storino, W. Bergert, A. Laurie, R. Raphael, E. Siegel, L. Gonzalez. Row 2: K. Clark, L. Cagnetta, B. Colton, L. Wolohojian, L. McGrath, 1. Cohan, D. Kaufman, T. Anbinder, B. Marden, B. Kim, A. Hermann, M. Balsano, S. Goldman, E. Karlin. Row 3: T. Byrne, I. Cohen, D, Sutro, C. London, M. Stebich, D. Rosenthal. 131 Row 3: M. Levine, C. Languilli, A. Leibowitz, D. Alonso, I. Ur- banati, W. Bastos, P. Olcese, M. Fischer, M. Tatlian, S. Gialleanardo. Row 2: I. Russo, S. Ehlermann, M. Chao, N. Gluckman, R. Greene, B. Crary, R. Weiss, 1. Lane, A. Bohm. Row 1: G. Griffith, D. Cash, M. Lauterborn, C. Ackerman, M. Mellis, C. Valentine, M. Kerschus, D. Cappi, T. Simpson, C. Nathanson. Q -ik' the class of 1983 f ws. EENVILLE F U. sg , -. K3 - Q Row 1: D. Fleischer, N. Kaplan, L. Barry, K. Wortman, 1. Shaw, V. Lambiase, E. Brocato, G. Goldstein, V. Hofstad. Row 2: M. Leffler, L. Kors, S. Swersey, G. Bronsther, D. Gordon, D. Wachs, A. Post, S. Hinsey, A. Ober, l. Goldstein. Row 3: C. Kaplan, D. Duryea, C. Laufer, 1. Korngold, N. Hock, L. Stevens, M. Lassoff, S. Han, R. Bernstein, S. Leven, D. Sack, 1. Maslow, D. Schorr, A. Date, K. Nelson, M. Levine. 132 -,. Row1 K Pamhen F Fonseca L George D Preston I Doherty D DiMelIa C Walton M Weigold, C. Guerin, H.Whipple, A. Sales Row2 K Davidoff B Balsano E Kelly N Iammetteo M B Sturgis P Hine M Manuele Y Inoue, S. Ochiai,B.Corrigan, D. .Ak 1 Row 1: E. Rupard, M. Murphy, P McGrath, K. Neuhold, R. Weinerman N. Sutro, F. Weil. Row 2: R. Stanley, C Smith, A. Stein, K. Walsh, S. Lerner, P Vilmos, D. Lyon, M, Weiner, R. Silver, E Yamin, B. Lefkowitz, l. Libman, P Mongelli, R. Odell, I. Skolnik, C. Per- sico. Row 1: B. Magardino, C. Guest, P, Lan- desman, S. Cowen, N. Algiero, P Heyman, C. Caslaldo. Row 2: L Golomb, R. Hermann, J. lahrmarky, l McGlone, G. Clarke, M. Chang, 1. Her- mann, A. Cohen, S. Karas, I. Koulumbis, K. Aoki, A. Kleinberg, l. Karas, T. Drex- ler. 133 juniorh i i r i i iaaatlaiiggia aa i a i gta if l grew up in an area vastly dif- ferent from Edgemont - Han- nibal, Missouri - but l'm sure i ' l ' - ' . .ff "2-as ' ' SF5,'3t1N? - Q N fs A kids haven't changed that much i in 140 years. No, if those are seventh and eighth graders out ' l its l X lg: I X I Q -,Q T Et JK J N I 1 -' n M' i . f if l Wax X on the patio, I can say they i l haven't chanjged at all. Hey, "' isn't somebo y going to break ""' ' as ' W ' that up? l N., 4 ,os 4 l l l l i l l l l l l r 4 i i '9"f'l 5 is s ws -,Q ' '5"f f ""'f ,, as W my 'Hier . E . iff ail s i 1 .t., ff 1- - wth- -' . - v - M " 4,5 A .1 - . .gr , , A i Y Y ,M- 134 o.,-a,.is as Q as E E ' ii E i s S ' g ferg? 5 saws s 1 U ss so ,Q ss ssst m Within two minutes, or even less, he had forgotten all his troubles. Not because his troubles were one whit less heavy and bitter to him than a man's are to a man, but because a new powerful interest bore them down and drove them out of his mind for the time-just as men's misfortunes are forgotten in the excitement of new enterprises. "Vx if 13 s. . - .fs 2 , A f ci c E sei' it tx se ei .r t. lunior High Chorus The junior high chorus gives interested students an opportunity to sing as an organized group and to give concerts dis- playing their accomplishments. This year, under the direction of Mr. Dan Lyon, the chorus has performed songs from such Broadway hits as "Annie" and "Grease". Row 1: M. Levine, S. Han, N. Hock, D. Wachs, P. Hine, L. George, B. Balsano. Row 2: I. Goldstein, A. Ober, S. Hinsey, A. Date, L. Kors, 1. Doherty. Row 3: E. Brocato, D. Gordon, C. Laufer, M. Leffler, D. Schon, A. Hermann, N. Greenridge, B. Corrigan, C. Walton, M. Lassoff, K. Nelson, F. Fonseca. Row 4: I. Shaw, G. Goldstein, A. Roberts, L. Barry, R. Blier, M. Weigold, A. Sales, D. Cash, G. Griffith. Row 5: D. Schorr, Mr. Lyon, M. Ullman, P. Mongelli, K. Beck, R. Weinerman, S. Ochiai, N. lammatteo, E. Kelly. The Audio-Visual Squad H The Audio-Visual Squad, composed primarily of junior high students, is responsible for providing and distributing A.V. equipment to the classrooms. Aided by Edgemont's technical wizards, Mr. james Cleary and Mr. Phil Terbush, students gain valuable on-the-job experience in running, maintaining, and repairing tape recorders, film projectors, T.V. cameras, and videotapes. Row 1: T. Russo, F. Weil, T. Russo, Mr. Cleary, W. Ecker, l. Kleinhaus, M. Bohm. Row 2: E. Honig, Mr. Turbish, G. Smith, R. Wise, R. Doherty. 136 4 K 9 .fs Q. .. -,,,,..--'I ,.,........-.Q-W - Y 45 Chicken Little Board members, led by Ms. Lois Crawford, read and comment on creative works by junior high students in order to produce Chicken Little, the literary magazine which represents the finest in seventh and eighth grade writing. .Row 1: P. Clark, T. Russo. Row 2: R. Silver, P. Lan- ,desman, D. Gordon. Row 3: I. Friedman, A. Roberts, K. Brown, R. Levy, D. Schorr. Row 4: Mr. Russell, Mrs. Crawford. 1 vs. -1- 1 2 . I u ci se e se ciu clubsclubsclubsclu The General Association The G.A., created to allow the junior high to have their own governmental and social programs, has been able to hold movies, dances, and game nights at a relatively low cost. In this way the G.A. provides recreation and weekend activities for junior high students. Mr. Engel is the faculty advisor to the G.A. which has four seventh and four eighth grade members. Row 1: A. Husney, D. Klein, M. Sturmer, C. Hine, Row 2: S. Hinsey, L. Stevens, A. Solomon, P. Cash, Mr. Engel. .411 l' Iunior High Art Club Under the direction of Mr. Philip Russell, seventh and eighth graders are able levery Tuesday afternoonb to express themselves through such artistic endeavors as film-making, drawing, painting, and rug-making. Row 1: Mr. Russell. Row 2: A. Roberts, P. Hine, D, Schon, 1. Friedman. Row 3: P. Clark, P. Chang, H. Whipple, R. Weinerman, G. Ford, F, Basch, T. Bruno. lunior High Band The junior high band, conducted by Mr. Dennis Gilbert, offers young musicians the chance to perform as a group and the op- portunity to learn technical skills during 'E small group instruction periods. Row 1: K. Davidoff, 1. Korngold, S. Gersten, S. Cowan, R. Manowitz, S. Swersey, V. Lambiase, D. Preston, L. George, A. Post. Row 2: C. Smith, M. Chao. Row 3: M Sturgis, N. Gluckman, S. Lerner, S. Cowan, Y. Yin, T Donat, S. Custer, M. Mellis, A. Phillips, C. Ackerman,j Melamed, M. Danas. Row 4: R. Raphael, M. Pena, 1 Alexander, 1. Cohen, M. lijima, M. Chang. Row 5: N.N lmatel, T. Press, S. Shrestha, L. Wolohojian, B. Cohen D. Kaufman, T. Byrne, 1. Lane, M. Kardwa, L. Shaw, S Goldman, M. Weigold. f Library Club Under the supervision of librarians Ms. Marilyn Hartsook and Ms. Stella Karlak, students learn the workings of the EHS library through actual par- ticipation and experience. Row 1: I. Karas, S. Karas, C. Valentine, A. 137 Liebowitz. Row 2: R. Silver, M. Levine, D. Bouza, B. Lefkowitz. Row 3: E. Yamin, C. Peirsco, 1. Ur- banati, A. Solomon, A. Stein, 1. Dicker. ei se cl se u e hseu elu e is X lunlor High Play What do the misadventures of two 19 year old girls alone in Europe during the 1920 s have to do with junior high students in Edgemont? Nothing except that they were the subject of this year s successful junior high drama produc tion Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, starring April Roberts and Lucy Cobarrubias, as the two young girls. Row 1: K. Wortman, 1. Maslow,l. Goldstein. Row 2: F. Weil, R. Wise, C. Guerin, M. Weigold, H. Whipple. Row 3: I. Dlcker, V. Lambiase, N. Iammatteo, A. Roberts, L. ww. 3 I E 38 Cobarrubias, A. Hermann, M. Tuchman. 'TSZTM juniorhighjuniorhighjuniorhighjuniorhighjuniu -X fx. XJ 1 ' F ' .-- ,- A f at ' A , 1111114311llfllglffygwwg Q Q . WZWQMW man M . ulhu :Z S001 ! Wlff NNW uaulgnummmngnsmg QF U wage is resisfance fofw, masfefy gcfear - fwi' albence gffeav' Varsity Football VARSITY FOOTBALL Row 1: A. Tarricone, R. Morrow, S Feldman, B. Porazzo, K. Lammert Row 2: I. Lewis, 1. Shuster, G Greenspan, 1. Long - captain, T Cosgrove - captain,1. Bertone, P Bellissimo, C.. McGlone. Row 3: P Forrest, M. Hudes, M. Metzner, T Sileo, T. Spoor, L. Wallach, R Alhert. Row 4: P. Storino, L. Lanza M. Custer, D. Hannigan, T. Valenl tine. Row 5: Coach Kull, 1. Smith M. Metzner, 1. Tarricone, B Schaevitz, P. Cosgrove, S. Stemer, Coach Abeling. Missing: G MacGiIlivray, S. Winters. - ' - .3 1. ' .,, , I. f ,, .V e ' PS 1: . is T 4 --n'.' A' N' ' . . if ' YA' A A L 142 'f -ti? 4 ,M 195. , ..a?Yf,- kim' ' I my 4f'ly5 MC . ""s"' :' 2 ,w"5Y M .-.fb AV41. , W t,,,:,.,f I 1 v'.Ya S? milf-wt he V it L K f. V . , t- -..- , .- ,R ,. "5 ' w.. . 1 fy., ,.,-4..f:.- . W .fs ,N .. a , A, , , ..,.t-W ,W , ,, , ,,x4-aff'-x'M-.sfa"?5r-f r " 7- mmm riv wa, L Q ' f'T'.,rg1 ff- Uwe. , 'iff' 'g , M3 .. 'P ' LV km I H , iJ'1Les:, 1. 7 W A ' ' 1 ., ,g,.:.l?1,.Zg,,aIg., ,fi " 17' ' ' , it , 'f 'ZI2,tp,'x,4..':1a4fM'-Mft., x rv . ,-t -- ' f 't' . The 1977 Varsity Football team ended the season with a 3-6 record. However, this slate was not worthy of the great effort put out all year long for coaches Dale Abeling and Pete Kull. The hard hitting Panthers lost a number of heartbreakers and still earned the respects of many of their opponents. After an opening day loss to visiting Irvington on Blue and White Day, the Pan- thers evened their record with a commanding win over Haldane, 28-7. The follow- ing game, against the Yellow jackets of Hastings, was typical of the entire season. Edgemont fell behind early in the match. Then, they came back from a 13-0 deficit with long runs by backs john Long and Tom Valentine. This was not enough, however, as Hastings prevailed 20-14. Quarterback Todd Cosgrove led the squad to an 18-6 victory over Tuckahoe as he ran for one touchdown and passed to Pete Forrest for asecond. In that win Phil Bellissimo and Glenn MacGillivray excelled on the line. After a loss to Dobbs Ferry, the Panthers played a tense see-saw battle with Bronxville. Despite a 40 yard scoring aerial from Todd Cosgrove to brother P.j. and a 76 yard touchdown scamper by Tom Valentine, Edgemont lost in the closing seconds by a 27-21 score. In their sole contest with Alexander Hamilton, the Panthers scored a large vic- tory. Led by Long's 100 yard game and the defense of jeff Bertone, Scott Stemer, and Todd Spoor, Edgemont played an excellent game. Co-Captains Todd Cosgrove and john Long were voted M.V.P.'s by their team- mates. All League Honorable Mention status went to Phil Bellissimo, Mike Hudes, and Tom Valentine. Todd Cosgrove, john Long, and Pete Forrest were selected for the All League team. 143 Freshman Football In the fall of 1977, Edgemont completed its second year of Freshman Football action. The squad, composed of just eigh- teen eighth and ninth graders, was plagued by injuries and in- sufficient numbers all season. ln fact, during the six game schedule, one game was forfeited due to a lack of healthy players. The season was highlighted by a victory in the final game with Valhalla. ln that match, the Panthers emerged with a 6-0 victory. Edgemont recorded its sole touchdown when linebacker Stacy Saren picked up a fumble and returned it for the score. The team, under the direction of coaches Larry Karabaic and Pete Rohan, was led by quarterback lon Flower. The backfield was composed of Stacy Saren and the leading rusher, halfback Greg Mann. Sam Aronson sparked the defense with two touchdowns. The line, a small but quick group, was led by Ed Tatlian. The other athletes who played were Doug Baumgarten, Andy Creel, Andy Crowder, Stephan Custer, Mike Davidoff, Alex Glickman, Gary Keating, Gabe Kolumbis, Chris Lavoie, Robert Liesman, Ray Pozzoboni, jon Spitz, and Mike Tracey. N,f 144 Boys' Cross Country CROSS COUNTRY Row 1: L. Schon, S. Friedman, R. Alterman. Row 2: B. Florio, N, Hart. Missing: T. Kornbluh, D. Winograd, E. Burrows. Coming off two consecutive seasons as League Cham- pions, the 1977 Cross Country team concluded its schedule with a mediocre record of 3-3. Edgemont lost its top three runners on last year's squad and thus had a rather inexperienced team. Coach E. I. Ross's most consistent runner all season long was Senior Bob Florio. An All League Honorable Selec- tion, Bob never finished less than second place in dual meets. Captain Rich Alterman was the supporting factor on the squad. At the Sports Award Dinner, he was awarded the fifth annual Harrier Award. Other consistent performers on the team were Seniors Steve Friedman, Tom Kornbluh, and Lew Schon. Varsity Soccer Row 1: S. Weiner, I. Hayter, H. Langer, F. Lichtenthal, I. Nelson, D. Perusko, I. Bastos, S. Levine. Row 2: C. Padawer, T. 1 Suzuki, L. Althoff, K. Frank, 1. Rosali, R. 1 Lee, Coach San Marco. Row 3: C. Althoff, G. Gypson, 1. Libman, M . "' " -' .' - Y' 6 si v Rosen, I. Kornbluh, B. Schutze. ' Missing: G. Poles, W. Stern, P. Tangney, 1. Thorpe, A. Borges. 146 The Varsity Soccer team produced its fourth consecutive winning season under Coach lim San Marco, ending the season with a 10-4-3 record. Following an 8-3-3 regular season, the team went on to the sectionals. There the booters beat Briarcliff and Bronxville, to become finalists in the class B Sectional Tournament. The Panther attack was led by Senior, Co-Captain Falvio Lichtenthal. Flavio concluded a brilliant four year career by leading the team in both goals and assists. Senior, Co-Captain lim Nelson sparked the team on offense with his consistent play and accurate chips. Harry Langer, a determined hustler, rounded out the scoring punch. A Senior, Harry, too, was Co-Captain. The defense was led by Sweeper back Taka Suzuki. Underclassmen Louis Althoff, jamie Kornbluh, I.P. Rosali, and Will Stern did an excellent job, keeping the opposing teams from the nets. Leading this fine corps, were Seniors lr. Bastos and Damir Perusko. The Panther goalie position was shared early in the season by Senior lim Hayter and Sophomore john Libman. By the schedule's close, Hayter had won full time rights and excelled in the sectionals. At the Sports Award Dinner, Flavio Lichtenthal was given the team M.V.P. and lim Nelson received the Coach 's Award. Louis Althoff, lr. Bastos, A.F.S. student Damir Perusko and Harry Langer were given All-League Honorable Mention Status. All-League honors went to lim Hayter, Flavio Lichtenthal, lim Nelson, and Taka Suzuki made All-County Honorable Mention. Flavio alone was selected for the All-County Team. I' .J I. V. Freshman Soccer JL if Row 1: B. Burns, P. Glass, A. Crystal, I. Goldstein, NT. Griffin, B. Loev. Row 2: R. Matsuko, A. Gluckman, D. Chao, S. Post, G. Donat, M. Rapheal. Row 3: Coach Cipviano, E. Honig, D. Solomon, B. Swersey. Missing: M. Wachs, P. Lin- dau, A. Pearl. Row 1: Coach Bu Roberts, R. Gusi suko, B. Low Gladstone, R. Ste Bacher, S. Weinste Klein, E. Laufer. M D. Bolotsky, I. Stra Peluffo. Led by coach joseph Cipriano, the l.V. Soccer team finished a respectable 1977 season with a 5-5-3 record. After three early wins, prospects for a winning season were excellent. However, a loss to a tough Blind Brook team disheartened many Edgemont players. The loss marked a turning point after which the team slid into a six game winless period. Though frustrated by three ties, the team picked up two additional wins for an even .500 record. The l.V. squad was severely impaired by the loss of many key players to the Varsity team. However, strong performances by Adam Gluckman, replacing Glen Gypson at halfback, and David Chao, filling in for star goalie, lon Libman, proved sufficient to compensate for those losses. Other important figures on the soccer field included Alan Crystal, whose two penalty shots lifted the team to a crucial victoryg Steven Post, whose hustle provided the backbone to the team's defense, and Peter Glass, whose consistent, aggressive play at inner set up many scores. In addition, Tony Griffen, armed with a deadly outside shot, and Mike Wachs, dribbling with excellent ball control, provided another offensive combination. 147 Y i ck, D ck, S Bloom. Row 2: R, Mat- , R nman Row 3: B. Swersey, C in, M issing: uss, L Varsity Volleyball Row 1: A. Fichter, Y. Shubuya-captain, I. Fang co captain Y Okumura Row 2 I Osborne L Levine, L. Touger, D. Flynn. Row 3: L. Shapiro N Keating L Martello M Abler Coach Hildebrandt tiff- of gf yi 4 7-qs J' S3-.Si- The 1977 Volleyball Team, coached by Ms. Gail Hildebrandt, ended their season with a 9-9 record overall and a 6-6 record in the league. The girls used a 6-2 system which seemed to be successful for them. The most valuable player was senior captain Yumi Shibuy who won all-league standing for the third year. Yumi an excellent setter, spiker, and server will be missed next year. The strongest, most consistent player throughout the season was Yukari Okumura who received the coach's award. Yukari played a fine backcourt. Linda Martello and Nanette Keating added height and spiking to the team. Other fine players included Lisa Levine, jenny Fang, jennifer Osborne, who also provided great team spirit, Maddie Ablerg Ann Fichter, Dana Flynn, and Leslie Touger, the youngest member. The team managers, Luana Shapiro and Nancy Eschenbrenner, were great assets to the team. Losing only three players to graduation, next year's team should be quite strong. The 1.V. and Freshman teams are good building blocks and Coach Hildebrandt predicts an excellent season for the fall of 1978. 148 I. V.fFreshmen Volleyball The l.V. Volleyball team started out the 1977 season well. Coached by Tom Daggett, the girls learned to play with three different defensive systems and ended the season with a 5-9 record. Co-Captain Linda Sadler, Linda Peng, and Carrie Hatta were the main setters for the team. The powerful serving of Co-Captain Caryn Opengart, Renee Aubry, and Sarah Shaw also helped win many games. Row 1: L. Sadler, C. Opengart. Row 2: L. Bellissimo, L. Krehbiel, L. Peng, R. Aubry. Row 3: F. Levine, D. Paul, D. Duryea. Row 4: 1. Howard, S. Shaw, C. Hatta, Coach Daggett. .,.,..w-' fl Row 1: E. loerg, D. johnson, A. Moskowitz, H. Sherman. Row 2: M. Fallon, A. Reed, M. Schacher, A. Helsel. Row 3: Coach Hildebrandt, I. Gerard, R. Persico, A. Luria, H. Shifrin, Coach Daggett. A new team, Freshman Volleyball emerged this year under the coaching of Tom Daggett and Gail Hildebrandt. Although the freshman girls did not hold a good record, they did learn to play a good game of volleyball. The game the girls played against Scarsdale was very close but it was never finished because they ran out of time. Amy Moskowitz was a strong server, and Heather Sherman and Margaret Fallon had fine skills all around. This team will strengthen next year's 1.V. team. xi. 5: Field Hockey Row 1: Ca tains B. Dworetzk and B P Y - Barclay. Row 2: H. Williman, K.T. Korngold, 1. Levine, C. Schutze, F. Saltiel, E. Bruckenthal, L. Toccafondi Row 3: M. Capria, R. Buff, R. Karas, L Markowitz, 1. Lee, A. Walsh, N. Niren- berg. Row 4: I. Vogel, P. Riverso, V Ackerman, M. Alpert, 1. Teitelbaum, R Husney, C. Lytton. Missing: A. Patter- SOD. 150 The 1977 Field Hockey team, coached by Carol Miner, will not be remembered for its record but for the fine team spirit and improvement. This year was most definitely a building year for the team with the majority of the members being freshmen. The difference in final scores diminished as the season progressed and the girls ended the season playing a fine game of hockey. There were only three junior varsity games but Coach Miner hopes to have two full teams next year. The Field Hockey team will lose only two seniors to graduation: the captains Barbara Dworetzky and Brenda Barclay. Dworetzky, left wing and center, was a versatile player during the season, playing both offense and defense. Barclay, the team's goalie and two year all-league player, defended superbly. Pia Riverso has been training for goalie and will be a fine replacement next year. Most valuable player was Michelle Alpert whose aggressive play was needed throughout the season. High scorer was Eileen Bruckenthal. Other great players were Cindy Lytton, Marie Capria, Robin Husney, Ginnie Ackerman, Laura Markowitz, and Caroline Schutze. Girls' Cross Country Row 1: I. Alexander, M. Pruzan, L. Shores, Coach Barnow. Row 2: 5. Levine, L. Sepulveda, H. Miller, D. Cockerill. Row 3: K. Flynn, I. Post, A. Dickinson, S. Tavasani. The Girls' Cross Country team had their first season this fall under the supervision of Coach Mike Barnow. Despite the small number of members and the few meets attended, the girls had a good season. lane Alexander, an eighth grader, was the top runner on the team. Kim Flynn, a sophomore, received the coach's award for her fine running and general improvement. juniors Amanda Dickinson and ludy Post were also good team participants. The team will not be losing any members to graduation so next season should be a good one. 151 SPORTS - The Games -The Action -The Fans - The Win T? W 31 'l' FW W 3 f' 1 AT 42, W' N is GE' F 53 1 he L Y' M I W , T e.,1 S . Ax.V 3, ., V A f WA ' ' A MW 1,3 ,, ld 1 K M- Ur. T , ,afgee A N 4,..,+ Qi. A 1 , K ,- :ai 6, 152 The Losing The Striving The Living - SPORTS if ..- 3 - 8 Ni in " xn, 4 X 4- 'U1 so pi., P :g i - ,,-wr A "W, v 49" 'T I mkqgmegg, G 71' J ' 111 in LM ff iffefffgifff Varsity Cheerleaders The Varsity Cheerleaders, under the supervision of Ms. Ilene Smith and Mr. Charles Schuck, provided great spirit for the teams' morale. Captained by senior Lise Lustgarten, the girls cheered for football, soccer, and basketball on boys' varsity level, in rain and cold weather alike. The girls started the fall season by decorating the boys' locker room and making posters for the games. .WMNMWMM ww... .....,, ,. .....,.,.m, U ,, 'Eel Row 1: B. Cohen, L. Lustgarten, B. Baumgarten. Row 2: A. Weil, W. Liebowitz, C.1affe. Row 3: D. Hen- nessey, H. McDonald, L. Hudes, M. Longo. 154 WST: l xxx, t staff.. .. 0,4 f I. V. Cheerleaders Row 1: V. Scoppa-captain. Row 2: D. johnson, A. Morosini, A. Reed, M. Fallon. Row 3: B. Reed A. Einhorn L Vogel K Flynn .W Qi., Ni gpm O 23 MIST 'QWYY wvrbwwne-s....,,.,. "'-.... The l.V. Cheerleaders, captained by Betsy Reed and Val Scoppa, have also contributed to the spirit of the Edgemont spectators. The girls have been practicing hard and cheering with enthusiasm. This squad is also advised by Ms. Smith and Mr. Schuck. 155 I Boys' Varsity Basketball Row 1: P. Sileo, T. Cosgrove, A. Burrows, I. Nelson, T. Bouza, B. Schaevitz. Row 2: P. Forrest, P. Bellissimo, Coach Kintzing, T. Spinner, S. Cosgrove. nh, .Ji-el 156 J' The Varsity Basketball team entered the 1977-78 season with high hopes and expectations. It emerged a battered and disappointed squad, finishing its season with four straight losses in compiling a 5-13 record. Although always competitive, the team was hampered by excessive fouling and found itself losing tightly contested games in the closing minutes. Edgemont opened its season with a devastating 54-51 loss at Pelham, despite a 27 point performance by senior forward Adam "The Stork" Burrows. After defeating a hapless North Salem team behind Todd Cosgrove's 22 points, Edgemont lost a very disappointing 41-37 decision to arch rival Bronxville. Edgemont finished 2nd in the annual Hastings Christmas Tournament as they overwhelmed East Chester behind a 22 point performance by Tony "Bernie" Bouza, and then lost to powerful Ardsley in the final. Edgemont bounced back from its lackluster performance to defeat Dobbs Ferry, 59-51, sparked by an outstanding defensive performance by "Pistol Pete" Sileo. Unfortunately Edgemont dropped its last four games, although Burrows scored 10 points in each contest. At the coaches meeting, Adam Burrows was selected as All-League Honorable Mention. Boys' I. V.fFreshman Basketball fu.. :ln an .... Row 1: D. Hannigan, I. Libman, P. Cosgrove, T. Spoor, A. Weinstein. Row 2: M. Rosen, D. Chao, I. Rozza, 1. Lewis. Row 3: Coach San Marco, A. Gluckman, M. Davidoff, A. Glickman. C D-L. The l.V. Basketball team, labelled by many as the most talented l.V. ever at Edgemont, concluded the season with a very disappointing 8-9 record. The Panthers, after an horrendous start, finally put something together, as they won six out of the last nine games. The team's troubles ranged from pure over-confidence to having one or two starters out of the lineup for a number of games. Playing time, for the most part, rested in the hands of the five starters: Deece Hannigan i15.5 gpg, 4.2 rpgi, P.j. Cosgrove i8.6 ppg, 5.6 rpgi, and lon Libman i10.5 ppg, 1.3 rpgi. Cosgrove also led the team in steals with 31, and Libman led the assists department with 67, and foul shooting percentage with a relatively low 67'V0. in fact, in many of the close games it was the team's overall foul shooting that hurt them. The team percentage was only 52"!0. Mike Rosen and lon Lewis also saw fairly substantial playing time. The highlight of the season was against Hastings when the team scored 78 points, setting a new l.V. scoring record. As for next year, the five starters on l.V. all look to either start or be in a sixth or seventh man role on next year's varsity. The freshmen on this year's team, despite little playing experience, should be able to put together a decent team, although as of now, they lack a real big man. 158 -' -.1 -., , bi Y--0-f4q,..fv:..f w in , Gu' fthe. r' 4 , ffm."-.,z.+'5 ...rf f-1 g,.z1?.7-53 3 Y ,f,, , T QXEKBIT it av I e--... F! fa .,'-K. I ,JM .nm .lg Row 1: T. Griffin, R. Wortman, P. Lindau, I. Spitz, S. Sklan, R. Steinman. Row 2: Coach Hogan, j. Strauss, I. Flower, E. Lynn, E. Carlin, R. Burns, L. Weisman. Missing: B. Lang. The Freshman Basketball team lost its top five players to the l.V. corps this winter. With this gap left to fill, Coach Hogan's team finished with a disappointing 1-9 record. The ball handlers for the squad were Brian Lang and jon Spitz. The forward ranks were led by Peter Lindau, jon Flower and spot starter, Ricky Wortman, The two big men were centers Eric Lynn and Steve Sklar. These two, along with Flower, led the squad in the scoring and rebounding departments. 159 Girls' Varsity Basketball .h,.-- ..s.,. . s- .1 I W XZISF, l 5 WEE? l , .s ' J l S , l ss ' f M .ta '5 ' ff if N 1' . 5 .,,.W .,f -ll. .Am-. , milfs , Q' S lf' at :A exx Row 1: N. Keating, D. Flynn, L. Freitag, L. Ahlert. Row 2: L. Martello, L. Burghdoff, I. Osborne, M. Capria. Row 3: R. Husney, H. George, A. Fichter, Coach Rossano. Miss- ing: M. Alpert. "Ns This year the Girls' Varsity Basketball team, coached by Mr. Robert Rossano, finished the season with a 6-7 record. Co-captains Linda Martello and Nanette Keating played both strong offensive and defensive games. Martello, high scorer of the team, averaged twelve points per game with consistently good rebounding and aggressive playing. Keating contributed excellent free throw shooting and position versatility. Other fine players were junior Lucy Ahlert and sophomores Robin Husney and Michelle Alpert. Coach Rossano referred to this year as a "building year" and expects tremendous improvement next season. 160 gigfff . ':.'.H".3v ,,,mwf,j?,,,.m,,, . ,M s. . , j. V. Basketball The Girls' 1.V. Basketball team, under the coaching of Mr. Larry Karabaic, ended their season with a 10-5 record. Strong offensive playing was provided by lane Alexander, Ginny Ackerman, Sarah Shaw, and Linda Peng. Diana 1 Duryea and Amy Borg played good defensive games. The team, which was 2 .5 made up of mostly freshmen, was quite successful despite their 1 inexperience. lf.. . A 3'343'T51f: 3 m I ll ,A Ci ' -41" - e ,..,......-di N ...,. -,,.......--MWA K IN' ,A 1 ...... , ---1 Row 1: L. Conklin, A. Moskowitz, L. Peng, A. Borg, E. Cohen. Row 2: L. Miller, 1. Alexander, S. Levine, H. Williman, I. Vogel. Row 3: S. C-ale, S. Weitzen, V. Ackerman, 5. Shaw, Coach Karabaic. Missing: D. Duryea. 161 Row 1 S. Custer, 1. ladow, I. Triesman, S. Eth, A Goldstein, A. Stern. Row 2: I. Lamser, S. gy Bloom, A. Crowder, S. Schaevitz, B. Loev, A. Horton, A. Chao, C. Lavoie. Row 3: Coach Blank M. Goldstoff, D. Baumgarten, M. Custer, 1. Miller, A. Barney, I. Triesman. Wrestling The 1977-78 Wrestling team had one of its best years in recent times despite a great lack of experience. Coach Tom Blank led the team to a 4-7- 2 record with victories over Blessed Sacrement, Fordham Prep, Valhalla, and Tuckahoe. Third year wrestlers Allen Chao and Michael Goldstoff helped guide the team through the rough second half of the season after the team compiled an earlier record of 3-1-2. The team met a series of disappointments, however, including a late season injury to junior Igor Lamser in his first match after returning from a different injury. Despite the disappointments the team managed to keep a hopeful attitude during the season. 162 Gymnastics This year's Gymnastics team was the best Edgemont has ever seen. It was the first time that they were League Champs iundefeated in their league! and the first time that any Edgemont gymnast qualified for the States. The team was ranked third in the Divisionals out of eleven teams. The league record was 7-0 and the overall record was 8-2. The team captains were seniors Helen Wilson and Marci Gonzalez, who have been with the team since the first competition. Helen received All-League Honorable Mention and competed in Divisionals on the uneven bars. Marci was All-League and competed in Divisionals as an all-around gymnast. She then went into Sectionals where she won third in vaulting entitling her to compete in the State. Eve Brody always performed a beautiful beam routine. Other excellent gymnasts are sophomore Brenda Burns and freshman Carrie Hatta. Brenda was All-League and second all-around gymnast in Divisionals which enabled her for Sectional competition. Carrie, an All-League gymnast, scored high in every event, particularly on beam and floor. She too, went from Divisionals to States. In addition to talented gymnasts, the team had an excellent coach. Gail Hildebrandt demanded hard work yet allowed for fun and games. The team was young and strong and despite the loss of Miss Hildebrandt and Helen and Marci, it should continue to be outstanding next year. 1 Row 1: M. Gonzalez, H. Wilson. Row 2: E. loerg, L. Burton, M. Fallon, A. Heller, C. Hatta, A. Mantis. Row 3: B. Burns, L. Bellissimo, D. Iohnson, C. Albert, K. Wilson, Coach Hildebrandt. 163 ,J The Thrill VICTORY -fi! H vwzww The Agony OF DEFEAT :ini Ty -L F E Sill!!! lad 'lllllllIllllIInlIilliIl'illl'Il'IlI'llll . 3 '- x ' - 1 . . ff , - l -I. 4 ,.... I A . .. A...L .. Ld E 'li" - A --.- --.- ,-,, -,-,,-,--,-, ,. , ,, V, ,, M-, - 5, ff fgsizfe 1-V--H ii f ' " - .- 4 ,-L -,-. L-, ,,,.,.,-.. X f l . J l , L:lJ 4 ,,2 iL l 0 1 .W 1 4 - L WW J Work wnsisfs gc whafever a 5009 is ol5H3eff fo ff: . ., jnfay consisirs cf Whafavav a Bong is noi o5Qecf fa Liv. special events DANCE MARATHO ,U " if HELP M FIGHT . ll QMUSCULAR Z DYSTBQEL S DANCE FOR THOSE 5 Ie is WHO CANT S E 1 , 5 y A efi gg ' li .:, , Q :'1- --f-1ef' ' 'I The first song heard at the 'ist annual EHS Dance Marathon was "My Baby's Got ESP," but who really knew what would happen at the end of the 24 hours? Com- munity merchants had donated over S1000 in merchan- dise for door prizes, and Glen MacGillivray and his Simple and Free Disco staff were generating an electric at- i 11 "9 -' A 9019 iabv. , no 'lx A.. P ix 3 mosphere as smoky incense filled the gym. The G.O. hoped to raise S1500 for Muscular Dystrophy, just as each couple out of the 54 hoped to take home the 5100 grand prize. just before the beginningg an accident in the gym brought fire engines and excitement, but no one was seriously hurt and the dance ran smoothly after that. xX Rx i ' 1 p g t ,S 168 ,gg :ff 'fi iii? QQ gf -. -i.- ' X' f - I - if i'll 5 g A ,,....w 5 ,A 1' rs.. fe . ,, .,. . S A, rf, iii ri ,, 5 '- fb' r ffwtrirfff sv r,s.A: Riff ,fs ... F5 .ffx 'L 'X Vx : , , . - L -- 'w. f' s f if . - 4 H -' 'V f9Q'F'- ss ' M3 f , ' f rNi.i'ffsv1t'f fff1f 3' r I ya ,f f- f fish 1, . V i Jw ' . A V ,gs f T1 15 25, W .- we S a r l . . . .+ ......s i , '-'-'W ' V T"'Mv5L:gl.,aP'i:91' 3 . ' - lx na.: I . ., iq ff- - . , i I w ' ' ' 4 1 'W Y A ' - f F3 Various clubs had concessions selling foods ranging from hotdogs to ice cream to baked goods. These kids stayed up around the clock just like thedancers. Donated food was given free to the dancers. During each break period, marathoners could be seen lying on bleachers or on the floor with feet up, but when it was time to dance t . again it was clear everyone was giving all he had. y At the end, EHS had far exceeded its originalgoals. There were 25 couples still dancingand 511,000rhad been raised for MD. Special thanks should be given to David Lefkowitz and MrQ'Miner, who worked long hours to make the Marathon sa possibility and a success. amine x ,fl Fin, 169 Mm special events l GONG SHOW Thanks to the G.O. and the Senior Class, EHS had a true Chuck Barris production on jan. 31. Dr. Cast proved to be the perfect emcee, outdoing Chuck in everything, with or without the kazoo band. Elvis even blessed us with a guest W 5. is l t appearance, even though Dr. G. told us "They said this act was dead in Tenn." Clap!-lWater splashing and pie throw- ing was a tradition upheld by the Senior Class, even though Ms. Smith didn't approve. edgemoni h gh school 5 Semor class St O present .,- lwghl Z if g... The '53 Ong Show' fx Tm 4 1975 'tuesday 13 Mary 51 8 0 P th ami iorium 170 A X Three blind mice, see how they run How about spending a few snowbound days with a deranged killer? It's doubtful that that much excitement occured when we were all snowed in this winter. All most people did was shovel, but never underestimate the power of a snowday FWF xg THE MOUSETRAP CAST: Row 1: I. Griffith, P. Deschamps, G. Hofstad. Row 2: K. Winsten, M. Kaufman, D. Weisman, R. Buff, I. Stern. Director: Ms. Adams. - drama THE MOUSETR P EDGEMONT HIGH SCHOOL I ' ' MQQQQJ7 rife.. tit could be your last.J Some kids thought playing with a mousetrap sounded like fun, and under the direction of Ms. Adams it proved to be Agatha Christie and the EHS Drama at their best. 171 activities cms mio: c. Jaffe, o. Morosini, B. osbome. MADRIGALS GIRLS' TRIO sf R. HIGH HORUS MADRIGALS: Row 1: B. Osborne, C. Iaffe, L. Lustgarten, A. Gellman, P. Riggs, D. Morosini, L. Laubich, L. Shapiro, Mr. Lyon. Row 2: A. Clark, G. Erskine, S. Harris, T. Stamas, I. Lewis, P. Blier, M. Rosen. Missing: K. Borgeson, M. Gonzalez, P. Clark, B. Crystal. The vocally inclined in our school have eneetggized their lives thisyear with newcomer Mr. Lyon anfd"h,islively Chorus direction. Mr. Lyon's major concernfthistyear has been tryingflto develop new methods of singing Madrigals while asleep and showytunes while eating lunch. Though he didn't quite compsletefihis task, the chorus did get a Handel on their musicfenough to .participate in the Christmas caroling at the Pan Am building. . 8:10 in the morning isn't too early for a devoted Madrigal to get to school. And if rarely, they don't get there on time, they have tried their best. Once in D-13, -the early morning voices blend together serenading the seventh and eighth grades who come to school just a little early. I . .. . gg, ,...,,,,. 3 C V mf.- CHORUS: SOPRANOS: Row 1: S. Harris KTenorl L. Skolnik, B. Salomon, 1. Zipkin, K. Borgeson. Row 2: D. Hirynh, A. Morosini, C. Greenridge, H. Miller, D. CHORUS: ALTOS: 1. Levine, C. laffe, T. Teitelbaum. Missing: A. Cockerill, B. Osborne. Gellman, D. Morosini, P. Riggs, L. Shapiro. 172 Mr. Lyon, Choral Director activities 'ti BARBERSHOP A-"" i R. HI ITCHORUS ill BARBERSHOP QUARTET: G. Erskine, T. Stamas, M. Rosen, I. Lewis. Meanwhile, down by the old mill stream, the Barber- With the basses booming out loud and clear, the Senior shop Quartet sings to Adelaide, their sleepy time gal. She High Chorus members feel what they're singing and hear can only discuss what the monkey said to the chimp, so what they're saying. At least unt,il"l2:20, when the whole the minstrels walk off singing good-bye, goodfbye, good- tenor section puts down its music and walks out. They bye. g L L don't pay any attention to Ted flailing his armsp he's not A waving them back, he's just conducting, S PM ii? "' ' -'if' ' 4" CHORUS: BASS 84 TENORS: P. Blier, T. Stamas, 1. Lewis, P. Crehn, D. Deschamps, A. Clark, D. Weisman. Missing: B. Crystal, R. Henck, M. Lyon, 1. Smith, D, Schacher, G. Erskine, S. Harris, 1. Kontos, A. Crystal. 173 activities CONCERT BA D MARCHING BA Q , , , ' Bright and early every morning,zh,armQnio.us Edgemon- ters tune up. it's time for:Bandtvvith5j,Mr.ffGilbert, who possesses all they char'ming7fqu:-tlitiefs, offfMliCkeyQiMouse, T-Leonard Bernstein, and f T l But, if the "traditional"fbandfdoesriftffablpeal to the average instrument, it is possible- to'takeijout laggressions marching around a field on Saturdaysiingthe fall--through 60.1. ,. K rain, sleet, and snow. lt's1ohn Philip, Sousa revisited. Eat 'em up! Rah! Rah! The il1OisClQf85' make everything Worthwhile, V , , V k'Ak. ,.a,.. T ,W After a hard days gndfdown the field with the Marching Band K, whylrnotfgoito Wind Ensemble rehearsal? Have you heardllaboyutther new concept in Wind Ensembles? No, it isllno longer four gentlemen with ka"4s SENIOR HIGH BAND: Row 1: C. Thomas, S. Weinstein KSJ, B. Raicht KWJ KSJ KQJ, T. Suzuki KWH KSJ KQJ, M. Alber KWJ KSJ KQl. Row 2: A. Crowder, B. Lowy KWJ KSJ, 1. Tarricone, P. Crisara KWl KSJ R Thomas KWH KSJ, 1. Freidel, D. Maslow. Row 3: G. Ullman KWJ, R. Eth KWJ, 1. Miller KWJ KS7 D Chao KWJ, K. Lammert KWH KSJ. Row 4: S. Schaevitz KWJ KSJ, B. Cagnetta, V. Dellobertis, M Raphael, S. Bloom, l.D. Sciarra KWJ KSJ, B. Swersey KW? KSJ, B. Winer. Missing: H. Dossick KWJ KSJ I. Senal, I. Brody, T. Tarricone KSJ, I. Smith KWJ, C. johnson KWJ, K. Brody KWJ KSJ, L. Schon KWJ KSJ, T. Stamas KWJ, S. Markowitz KWJ, S. Custer KWJ KSJ, D. Winograd KWl. KEY: Wind Ensemble-KWJ, Stage Band KSJ, Saxophone Quartet-KQJ wi D ENSEMBnIllslE STAGE B .' 'ix at .N yi in X 5. R gray hair and tuxedos playing the hearts.,o,ut13pfgjtheir Woodwinds. lt includes all the pieces of ag.regfiJl4rfiband, but'there's only one on a part. Wind Ensemblgeimembers have the added pressure of learning since there's only one part, if you make a out. Something that really stands out is 'thejSaXi'Quartet7 performing top quality sax music and adding' an extra 'dimension to music 'at Edgemongtj. if B-S Every type of music covered, righfllwhagt about jazz- pop- music? Every high school1should5,fhaviefaf.gStagegBand, and .Edgemont was the'first?onjAi.!iSff.fQl2lQQgCjli5i,QIQ11 have one. Would an E-Day be complete?withoutggitfhfemlg g. L All the bands participate in annfualjconcerts, and there are also exchangesswith such placesvasgHickesville High. SENIOR HIGH BAND: Row 1: B. Baumgarten CWD, A. Wertheim iWl, M. Kerschus, L. Toccafondi, G. Ackerman KWH, B. Stevens iWl, 1. Post. Row 2: K. Frank, M. l.ammert KWJ, K. Leven CWJ, M. Buchoff KWJ, L. Silverstein, B. Gersten CSD, B. Sklar iWl, D. Spitz lSl, Row 3: R. Kleinman, L. Peng, S. Weitzen, V. LaSorsa, 1. Vogel KWJ, E. loerg CWI, R. Lee CWI i5l lQl, M. Wolohojian. Missing: E. Manewitz, L. Lam- mert, L. Rivlin CWD, M. Kaufman iWl, R. Buff CWJ, A. Gold, L. Lempert KWJ, S. Rosen KWJ. KEY: Wind Ensemble-CWD, Stage Band-lSJ, Saxophone Quartet-iQl 45-,X sAx QUARTET CLUB FRENCH CLUB: Row 1: M. Hankin, 1. Libman, H. Tucker. Row 2:D. Goldstoff, M. Schacher, M. Tramon- tine, B. Gale. Row 3: D. Schacher, S. Winograd, G. Golod, S. Gale. Row 4: D. Silver, D. Morosini, K. Sarno, I. Wolohojian, Ms. Adams. Missing: L. Peng, A. FRENCH CLUB LATIN CLUB: Row 1: L. Napolitano,1.Treisman, W. Stern, A. Weil, M. Hankin, P. Riverso, P. Chang. Row 2: T. Sunderland, 1. P. Rosali, T. Griffin, A. Clark, K. Brody. Missing: A. Bright, D. Hannigan, L. Pelaffo. VZ 'W 3' ni fi ma 6. 23 Om 23 ,Q-my 'H S T5 CD-1 3 95 2 n 58 1-+I' C: '1 Q2 lllll mil allgllllivi llllllllil Sllll Elllllllligllk The glory that was Rome livessagainfin Edgemontl initiation into the an- cient world is easy - you just have to be. afslave or endure people asking you . about the laurel wreath around,you1riheac:i fora week. Julius Caesar is sorry that he missed the ldes of Marchrthefdgemont Latin Club celebrated, and the fare at the annual banquet iwouldfhave received praise from Augustus and Claudius since Livia wasn't'doing'the Cooking. .- ...::::-, -I ,liqws W 0 E L WW RC NEWT? .W uri O 4 1 Q ' .N ,,, .,.,. , lg K y xi.. . ., 33235103- O:"" EL ?,m"'-53No'6'S mE.g,,"CC Siaffmim :r :r ?Ow'-Ear." 5Q,2',',V7:r'- 5229.25-P. 5 1'-55 '3'lE.45?'n us- .H D :',,,,g::.' : . ,U F, 55rmSH Q.39,5io.E. 2'Q755',,n 39.2-mom Simian -4:2-.mr ' -vfuc:.:m l'l'1W,,,,m D..-Q-1....e: 0QOgg...f Qwlfbgsa .,'.r,i r . ,, Liz! ,,,,,,., . ,if 7' qi, x-.' 73's- A .1 ,H 12 ,,!x, ,, Q:xir,:,.- Xt, 2. -v if-'uzmf i.: - ,F-iu.,,"1 ' 3" 1 .ww ' w di , ' m:'Ef:'M:f- l 1 1,6 tl- ff' ' Wi ff' ii- 'ii 2,9 A fzjr gill , g '25, if E .i 123 xisklii 3 4' 'L i W? iw... ,...:-. . . up 23 . Q4 'Wi ii' yi, W A. ! qi' x f Q, ,xr is 5 fwfr 'W' Xi 2 W ws? A - 'X 'QQ -i 1978 was a good year for imports from Europe and the West - Eva, Damir, Brian, and lane can attest to that. The A.F.S.'ers from Edgemont also got to see some of the out- side world visiting Cape Cod and Upstate New York. I .There were also various A.F.S. weekends thatienabled local A.F.S. students to meet and get to know each other. Raising money is a vital part of A.F.S., and although the adult chapter does a great deal, the high school club works hard to increase the funds. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE: Row 1: W. Stern, M. Hankin, R. Eth, B. Hahn, M. Russo. Row 2: M. Pollowitz, E. Meczes, S. Levine, 1. Lassoff, L. Levine, M. Dickinson, C. Murphy, A. Glinert, T. Stone,M. Longo, A. Farber. Missing: S. Tavasani, S. Levine, D. Perusko, B. O'Connell, I. Fish, Ms. Perlman. activities EWCOMERS CLU AFS STEP NEWCOMERS CLUB: S. Weiner, Ms. losset, I. Libman, L. Fischer, W. Stern, Mr. Gordon. Missing: A. Satta, D. Morosini,1. Hein, D. McDonald, R. Buff, L. Levine, C, Holmes, Y. Holmes, T. Aoki, N. Greenridge, C. Greenridge. The junior and senior years of some rural, Southern Black students are greatly changed by their coming to school at Edgemont. lt is a chance for growth through a changed atmosphere, often opening up new horizons for the student. In order to raise money the S.T.E.P. kids will work through S.E.S., donating the moneymade to S.T.E.P. Out of S.T.E.P.'s concern for the isolation often felt by a person found in new surroundings, grewthe Newcomers' Club. Both clubs meet jointly to discuss the newcomer's problems, and the loneliness felt by all at one time or another. STUDENT TRANSFER EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Row 1: Ms. josset, A. Crystal, L, Fischer, B. Hahn, C. Holmes. Row 2: A. Satta, I. Libman, Mr. Gor- don, M. Jaffe, H, Mantis, I. Watkins, D. Booker. Missing: W. Presley, D. Schacher, M. Alpert, P. Alpert, Ms. Adler. 177 activities SPEED READI HISTORY CLUB SPEED READING: Row 1: 1. Vogel, S. Tavasani. Row 2: Ms. Rubin, C. Shaw, D. Gay, K. Flagg, 1, Helsel, C, Lavoie, R, Karas, Dr. Hankin. Row 3: D. Cockerill, S. Bloom, A. Glickman, M. Kaufman, R. Kleinrnan, M. Pollowitz. Row 4: A. Gluckman, A. Clark, S. Sklar, A. Press. - f '- Q- W 'a-- A- 1 at ,.,..r a.,...,.,f,, -1- ff w:1wW.af..f "1 35: " 'A ' Q' ' fi 'Z .... ,W .. "v' :sw .af , I M nd ' Y- f ' 1 if if rw r" . , , ,ry l " " V' 3 Ly, . '- . ,-2 ., , I I 1 Wereayou taught Now, youcanreadfaster! . ReadingfastiseasyifyogrknowhowjftrstaslganymemberofthatgroupofStudy A ,Skillsnutswhospendtheirtime-rfeaadinlgfasterandfaste nlttakesspecial training,batthesepeoplewilldtobetterincollege-they'llbeabletoread Asomeofwhat'sassignedtothem.OurspeedreaderscouldbeatEvelynWoodand hercrowdanyldaynliankstoDr.HankinandMissRubin. 178 HISTORY CLUB: Row 1: D. Silver, Mr. Verdicchio. Row 2: E. Bruckenthal, M. Hankin, L. Steinman, W. Stern. F' v ia' The word ,'KBaigleg" Sis, Greek to the average person, ,lutnto History Club buffg.gt'siAme1rican History. ThrscYear's actrvltles' included, ,visitrngr Lyn hurst and ,sponsoring two sgeakers, Prof. Graff and a U. .Labor arty member. Many past members have made marks III hrgtory - Lincoln, FDR, and Ver- drcchlo to name, a few. kiiili 4711 5 'T L1 P i ,. 'L Monday night may mean the blah's for some, but for g P.C.'ers it means learning how to help otherpeople and i themselves. lt's like any other class at Edgemontexcept it's 'at night and two hours long - How dedicated canyou get? With Mr. Raubolt and a representative from the com- munity, P.C.'ers work out situations and view films. PEER COUNSELING: Row 1: R. Edery, S. Markowitz, S. Lieberman, L. Sacks, G. Attalienti, N. Eschenbrenner. Row 2: E. Brody, D. Markowitz, V. Scoppa, B. Stevens. Row 3: Mr. Raubolt. Missing: J. Muller, C. Grudberg, l. Costello, A. Einhorn. activities PEER COUNSELI T TORING Tutoring is not one extremely intelligent, snobbish, well behaved, linguistic, condescending individual showing off in front of another terribly' stupid, uninterested, dis- gusting looking, inferior being. lt's noteven the other way, around. Tutoring in our school is simply Edgemont kids helping each other. E YOUTH-TO-YOUTH TUTORING: Row 1: A. Clark, B. Dworetzky. Row 2 Dr. Hankin, P. Alpert, D. Baumbarten, D. Huynh, Ms. Rubin. 179 activities THLETES STR T-O-MATIC MATHLETES: W. Stern, S. Laufer, K. Brody, A. Press, D. Schwab, Dr. Cast, N. Marchi, I. Leven. Missing: P. Alpert, M. Goldstoff, M. Hankin. I 1 1 1 Sine, Cosine, Cosine, Sine! 3.141591 Numbers are mightier than swords especially if you know how to use them, and the Edgemont Mathletes know their business. Coach Cast piutihisgtalented playersthrough rigorous training this year in preparation for competition againstthe finest brains in Westchester. Needless to say, their firstiitask was to learn the cheer and the mathematical Christmas carols. Butf, after these preliminaries they got down to the business of winning, led, by the state competitors, Ken Brody and Peter Alpert. t - JlM HUNTER I pitcher-starter PITCHING CARD NEW YORK YANKEES 4 5 6 2- growobal' 2- FLYBALL 2- gfoundbali rtm C my x rpg B 3-GROUND 3- stnkeou! 3-ILVBALL BALLCM X 4-GROL:ND- Kllj X 4- llyball tall B BALLl3b1 X 4- popotit HUD 5- pcuo-st um 5- Hynau my C 5- DOUBLE 6- mime 6- mais qw B 1-13 1 10 7- GROUND- llyball frlj B DOUBLE BALLQDJ X 14 20 11-20 8- GROUND 6- SWGLE' 7- HOMERUN BALLtssl X 1 A i-10 9- groundball lmeout lssb DOUBLE C2bJ C 5-20 11-20 10- CA1'C'4ER'S 7- WALK I s-,Q 8- HOMERUN CARD X 8- flyball 120 B 9- DODDUI Gm 11- stnkeout A 9- popouz l3by 10- FLYBALL 12- WALK 10- popout Cssi tdp X 11- GROUND- 11-GRODND BALLUIJD X BALLtssi X 12- groundbail 12- FLVBALL Hub C frfi X 1977 PITCHING RECORD WON LOST ER A lNNlNGS PWCHEU 9 9 4 72 143 L-1 vvatns r-OMERUNS AL' SWE I3 Aa LOWE LJ STNKEOUTS ALLOWED I7 1' 4 7 52 29 180 STRAT-O-MATIC LEAGUE: A. Burrows, R. Arnel, M Rosen, W. Forrest, L. Ehlerman, M. Goldstoff. Missing: M. Darlington, I. Holmes, R. Gladstone, P. Gehn, P Alpert, S. Laufer, M. Hudes, M. Wachs, P. Forrest, W Stern, R. Goldman, K. Lang, A. Zizmor, Mr. Verdicchio. - -- - " " "'--mrs 111-2-f-f-1-----......,.s I Dtluluvuruiuo v t - "'5:2.':t:R'S::E:.':L:2:s' 4 giahfnlniimenfs-n1nn1m:-Lain' rzvvl.-l1lglg1U1v,1v,1vsswv ' Bdhlhtflhdh 9563-111 HD' urigiegcgi lgurururguv, Bhhrtldhlhf! .llffns LUATNKSD HICQQQWDCQCPCPQPWU Dll1l0hr!!llTxAhH' MED nqugunguru ruvurruvmr- I " 2 ' - O O A :Annan-.ini rsasnifninnan Stratomania swept through our school with the initiation of the Stratomatic Club. The 15 team-fexgspianded League, under Commissiofjefiyerriicchio, played seasons of threeand four-,game series in members' free time. Players"statistics and the rolls of dice determine the outcomes of these engrossing baseball games. Nvgf The Edgemont Debate team means arguments with style, wit, and wisdom. There's always someone to tell t who has won and lost. The Edgemont team participates in i ' the Westchester League, learning the principles and tac- tics of formal debate. The team has spokenitsway all over the Northeast, including trips to invitational meets at Dartmouth and U. of Mass. They also served in a model Constitutional Congress in Washington D.C. .gs . - ,.,,. . -f DEBATE TEAM: Row 1: A. Zizmor, C. Shaw, R. Resnick, S. Hein, P. Tuchman. Row 2: I. Hein, S, Cash, J, Freed, M. Poliowitz, T. Anbinder. Missing: M. Rosen, 1. Klein, M. Alexander, I. Silver, Mr, Bunten. activities DEB TE MODEL U.N. Qi 11 .31"f Vt. What does it take for a typical Edgemont student to pose as an Iraqi diplomat? The Model U.N. delegation dis- covered that their international "exchange" involved months of research into both the U.Ni..and their adopted country. Trips to Columbia and the U.N. made the work more enjoyable, and the exciting Model U.N. itself, at the N.Y. Sheraton fthe Arabian Nightsii, was a fitting culmina- tion to it all. MODEL U.N.: Row 1: K. Fang, S. Laufer, L, McGrath, 1. Caruso, l. Post, Hahn, 1. Frankfurt, Ms, Perlman, S. Nirenberg. Row 2: T. Sunderland, Goldman, C. Dicker, Missing: I. Treisman, I, Wolohojian, M. Longo. 181 7: il E A 4 l f B R X activities BGWLI G CLUB MOTORCROSS CLU B O L0 L I N G The motocross club has just completed its first year, and has ridden with flying colors. Members have successfully competed in the tri-state area, like Tony Griffin, who won the junior division of the Monticello Enduro Race. When motorcycles and snow didn't get along, the club viewed films. The club has high hopes for the future, and their organization of the first high school competition in the East. - , , -' A A-.1 I, . . ,V MOTORCYCLE CLUB: Row 1: D. Costello, T. Howell, E. Tatlian, M. Waldbaum, Mr. Griffin, T. Griffin, A. Horton, G. Kouloumbis, G. Gypson, G. Grennspan. Missing: P. Tea. 5 BOWLING: Row 1: W. Ecker, M. Goldstein, B. Cockerill, 1. Watkins, l. Nania M. Capria, M. Casola, Mr. Fishman, Row 2: M. Darlington, B. Bazzar, R Salukis, 1. Fallon, R. Shah, R. Aubry, R. Gladstone. On Wednesdays a group of bowlers from Edgemont go to the Yonker's bowling alley. lt's amazing how many members of this group bowl 300 every time. Mr. Fishman and his near-professional bowlers do it just for fun. So strike up another one for Edgemont, and believe you me, that ain't duck pins. 'Tw . ' ' .mr-,K sw-t.1s'.t' .f , f, P' . .. .fff-A. 2, 2' .3 f'ff?0V' Q -' Au- S' - K . t-sniff .ixdf "T 'tl HERPETOLOGY CLUB: Row 1: S. Levine, M. Levine, M. Kerschus. Row 2: M. Hankin, K. Winsten, M. Kerschus, Mr. Mallia, R. Goldman, B. Winer. Missing: Mr. Strass, N. Freedman, D. Weisman, L. Scibilia, P. Chang, M. Hor- ner. T. Bruno, A. Bohm. 1 .. Csmte 93 f, , 1,521 P 'W john Mallia and other twisted snake lovers meet to learn about the care and feeding of their reptilian friends, and plan trips to snake freak hangouts like the Bronx Zoo and CBGB's. The snake club T-shirts, selected at the an- nual contest, are the second coolest T-shirts in NYC. The club also corresponds with other snakeophiles, such as musician Graham Parker. Q -1-A. - J il 655:-.-1 11-- f, Q! ogg f ' vfgifik X I ff' .f"""' 'P N9 f XM I 'ff' TX-1 OUTDOOR CLUB: Row 1: K. Wilson, H. Silva. Row 2: I. Savarese, I. Lamser, E. Dreyer, I.D. Sciarra, H. Wilson, R. Thomas, L. Sacks, I. Muller. Row 3: M. Dickinson, I. Caruso, B. Hahn, D. Sarlin, D. Paul, D. Silver, A. Wise, B. Swer- sey, B. Schutze. Row 4: R. Goldman, S. Markowitz, G. Donat, D. Markowitz. Missing: D. Doohan, 1. Leven, Mr. Lubert, Mr. Kelly, Ms. Zuckerman. r activities HERPETOLOGY O TDOOR CLUB SKI CLUB Wfx I ed sf ptzfsu ... x at li x S Z X W Ixgiixis--xv A cQ25l . mtxgg o Xa: ' ia ' f -vc R-,, The intrepid Outdoor Club members, associated with Explorers Post 75, have hiked the wilderness in such places as Pound Ridge and Miamus Gorge. The less brave came out in the spring, when activities included bike trips and camping. The ski Club spends its time whizzing down snowy slopes. For those who didn't mind missing the marathon, the first weekend trip to Killington was a great success. - fa L .. GUN Sig ui Q. W3 S 591653 1 ' Rail 6 -1: SKI CLUB: Row 1: K. Wilson, R. Persico, D. Paul, A. Wise. Row 2: D. Sarlin, M. Adler, S. Gifford, C. Kurtz, I. Green, T. Essey, A. Dresner, I. Vogel, S. Winograd, A. Moskowitz, L. Markowitz, S. Gale. Row 3: M. Kaufman, G. Phillips, T. Zankel, E. Laufer, 5. Sklar, R. Liesman, E. Lynn, K. Leven, B. Cohen, S. Levine, S. Laufer, D. Kelly. lt activities 18-YE RCLUB 13-YE R CLU 18-YEAR CLUB: Row 1: H. Mantis, H. Dossick, I. Bertone, T. Cosgrove, 1. Shuster, I. Klein. Row 2: L. Freitag, A. Zinderman, K. Pellowe, A. Bright, P. Riggs, E. Vavro, G. MacGillivary, M. Gonzalez. Row 3: T. Rigby, R. Weinstein, R. Bordoni, R. Kalb, I. Hayter, R. Arnel, K. Lammert, L. Eskav, T. Bouza. We first met each other toddling around in the same nursery school, only to discover that we were forming lines and being each other's buddies in camp and elemen- tary school. Of course, some of us weren't allowed to see old nursery chums -- Seely Place and Greenville separated us texcept for those of us who used Gene's Bus Servicel. Occasionally, new faces showed' up, and we stared and pointed until they too were on our side pointing at newcomers. Finally, through tears and shouts ' Z. "' town ss ,r 13-YEAR CLUB: Row 1: P. Gehn, S. Friedman, B. McDonald, A. Gellman. Row 2: M. Gonzalez, A. Zinderman, P. Sileo, I. Landesman, R. Aaronson, L. Laubich, 1. Klein. Row 3: E. Friedman, A. Griffin, H. Dossick, G. Petrillo, 1. Leven, P. Blier, K. Harris, R. Weinstein. Row 4: I. Teitelbaum, 1. Wilson, B. Dworetzky, L. Lustgarten, D. Lefkowitz, I. Shuster, A. Bright, C. Auffant, N. Dudwick, L. Freitag, L. Schon, S. Weiner, N. Khaner. Row 5: L. Eskay, T. Bouza, P. Riggs, T. Cosgrove, J. Bertone, R. Arnel, G. Erskine, R. Kalb, C. johnson, R. Bordoni, 1. Hayter, M. Longo, R. Henck, I. Nelson, C. Thomas. if I ca' of joy we made it to Edgemont, and Seely and Greenville meshed. At ninth grade camp, we remembered sixth grade camp, at senior forum, we looked back on both. At times we reminisced, telling stories of old friendships, crushes, rivalries and seventh birthday parties. People matured and grew apart, groups of friends changed mem- bership, but we still remember the way things were, as we smile about the way things are now. -f f4?" Computers are people too! The members of the Computer Club find that computers are great companions, terrific conversationalists, and good at playing games. They're always willing to receive information, and only speak when spoken to. Life can be happy in the little room off C-1, with the perfect slave and you. 395 -A 1,, 'ti ' Xt S f in 353 activities COMP TER CLUB AST GA COMPUTER CLUB: Row 1: A. Kuperman, D. McDonald. Row 2: Ms. Greenberg, Ms. DiPalermo, B. Gusick, E. Laufer, M. Alexander, D. Schwab. Row 3: A. Press, N. Marchi, A. Crystal, K. Brody, M. Goldstein, A. Gluckman. Gang, composed of geniuses, guessers, and gratify the globe with great mathematical practical sort. Meetings are deemed un- financial go-getters because tradition glues The glorious Gast gamblers, seeks to calculations of the necessary for these this group together. , - GAST GANG: Row 1: Dr. Gast. Row 2: C. Murphy, T. Nolan, L. Fugazzi, A. Press, L. Eisinberg, 1. Shuster, B. McDonald. Row 3: N. Hart, S. Markowitz, B. Dworetzky, G. Erskine, R. Arnel, G. Petrillo, L. Ehlerman, I, Fang, E. Vavro, R. Aaronson, M. Gonzalez, N. Khaner, N. Marchi. Row 4: B. Winer, F. Lichtenthal, L. Laubich, S. Weiner, R. Wise, C. Marden, K. Harris. Row 5: A. Bright, L. Freitag, S. Herrman, G. McGlone,l. Long, A. Griffin, D. Winograd, P. Riggs, D. Lefkowitz. Row 6: P. Sileo, S. Tea, A. Gellman, M. Russo, R. Henck, S. Friedman, J. Nelson, J. Bertone, l. Lewis, T. Stamas, B. Russo, K. Lammert. activities GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB SCHOOL STORE PHOTOGR PHY CLUB GRAPHIC ARTS: A. Clark, C. Dicker, M. Glick, D, Kors, M. DeSedle, N. Karwa, 1. Woloho- jian. Missing: R. Goldman, D, Weisman, Mr. Schwartz, Most people are familiar with an advertisement picturing a man wearing a sweatshirt that says - WE CAN PRINT ANYTHING. The Graphic Arts Club can print anything but they won't -- they have too much class. The club's main activity is printing - they will do.T-shirts. Hiding out in the B-building darkroom, the Photography Club mem- bers developed their knowledge of photographic techniques and processes in addition to the pictures club members had taken. Mr. O'Brien and fellow shutterbugs discussed the positive aspects of negatives and put Polaroid to shame. 6 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: D. Kelly, C. Valentine, R. Shah, Mr. O'Brien. Missing: L. Kelly, M. Russo, 1. Urbinati, M. Mellis, T. Aoki. SCHOOL STORE: 1. Lassoff, A. Chao, F. Press. Missing: E. Lynn, D. Flynn. Walking down the hall, one can often hear the Edgemont shopkeepers yelling "Sale, Everything must go. Best C-.O. discount in school, and that's better than Crazy Eddie can do." It's the school store, equipped with pens, notebooks, review books, bumper stickers, and clothes with your Alma Mater imprinted on them, for that almost varsity letterman look. A FRE E T BOOKS Free books, get your free books herel Mr. Weiner is always willing to give away a few. There's something for everyone. Given three stars for atmosphere. Self-service, but amiable help always willing to show you a thing or two. ilel l activities BOOK CLUB WSFY WSFY: Row 1: S. Weiner, ID. Sciarra, H. Wilson, I. Triesman, C. Donat. Row 2: L. Glinert, R. Wise, K. Lang, F. Lichtenlhal, T. Kray, L, Fischer, M, Hankin, A, Einhorn, H, Dossick. Row 3: 1. Freeman, S. Friedman, L. Schon, R. Henck, R. Weinstein, A. Burrows, T. Sunderland, D, Weisman, C. Dicker, K. Flynn. Row 4: T. Engel, I. Lamser. WSFY, the mellow sound, best music, New York's best rock, commer- cial free hours all the time, even without newsbreaks, but not quite the new 102. At different times of the day the cafeteria receives stimulating musical programs, like the new wave show case, with disc-jockeys famous to Edgemont ears. Some have even made guest appearances on ETV. The music is often part of the jockey's private collection or the wide selection found in the SFY library. tusrj 187 adlilieorrlcfks IR. OFFICERS The Seni0r,Class has come a long way! From the junior car wash'tojth,e.sRye Town Hilton, to be exact. How'd they do it? A hlit,tle5Csh,uck Barris here, and G.O. support there. Letting theteaehers- win at the basketball game, the foot- ball concessions, and 'dances helped too. The extended forum clay put everyone in a good mood. The Force was definitely with them at the Senior Carnival, and many thanks go to the Source, Mr. Ed Peduzzi. ll 2155 F r ' z Warm. 4 , J? . We tw Z, aff 4 ,f , 3 i Q. l T 03 i Those who missed, by one year, the privilege of being in the Classyof '78 have done a fine job in their roleas iuniorsgfihey started off well by electing 5 charismatic' classmates to lead them i"Cookie's Cohorts"?i, and con- tinued with such activities as the class costume party. Bake sales, including one 24-hour marathon, brought in the first trickles of Prom money, as did the traditional car wash. First priority, of course, was raising enough for their ad in Respectus. 69.4, ,,f, SR. CLASS OFFICERS: Row 1: B. McDonald iPresidenti, L. Schon Nice-presidenti. Row 2: R. Bor- doni lSecretaryi, C. Auffant tTreasureri, R. Wise iTreasureri. 188 . IR. CLASS OFFICERS: Row 1: M. Hudes lSecretaryJ, W. Stern tPresidenti, P. Bellissmo lTreasureri. Row 2: D. Flynn Wice-presidenti, L. Ahlert iSecretaryi. GENERAL ORGANIZATION: Row 1: 1. Kornbluh, D. johnson, K. Reed, M. Rosen. Row 2: P. Crisara, Mr. Miner, D. Lefkowitz, A. Burrows. activities G.O. DVISORY COUNCIL PRINCIPAL'S ADVISORY COUNCIL: Row 1: C. Hine, S. Hinsey, Ms. Cook, Mr. San- Marco, D. Flynn, Mr. North. Row 2: Mr. Hutin, B. McDonald, K. Reed, Ms. Hinsey, D. Lefkowitz, Dr. Doohan, Mr. Darlington. Missing: D. Klein. WMU f f . M .V L ,o ., ,. E961 A G E . . I , reat xpectations realized. Thats this year's G.O. In years prior to this one, people passed the soda machine, saying all the G.O. did this year was fill the soda machine. Well, without that task to perform this year, the G.O. did wonderful things like extended late arrivals, local exchanges, movies like The Front, White Fire initiating the first dance of the year, Blue and White Day, Fifties week, sharing the Gong Show with the senior class, and executing the Dance Marathon. The G.O. was rewarded for its good works byfathe Board 5 the G.O. was given 5500.00 The G.O. also benevolently supported school publications. . .' ' , lf, "T""" faei""" - T , ,mt "il 5 EDGEMONT irliiiiis st.. A 35 3 1 unter: rm arm an - cnt DEATH Utisiitsmiu mirminttsa-an is WGRPARENTURlEllTllTl0llilluRS81l5FLGl H Awmiusruuc 2-15 S100 l cu-mint x- 522' 189.5 . " ,Q .l,.. M.. ..f- For 'srir those who thought Edge- mont was a dictatorship run by Dr. Doohan, you're got something coming to you. Representing many factions in the community, the PrincipaI's Advisory Council discusses Changes in policy with Dr. Doohan. l l. il 1 f 'lfll 189 Q, I, activities ' I CHANTICLEER: Row 1: M. Jaffe, K. Fang, C. Iaffe, P. Riggs, L. Steinman. Row 2: D. Schacher Teitelbaum, E. Friedman, l. Wilson, R. Goldman, H. Tucker, M. Hankin. ETV xf V I 7 Q W sf , i ' ' .--- kg-Q . . 5 l .T l l l 'A Qi .r ,,.. . ,..,. ...., 5 s .. X i t ' ik f The Chanticleerlllsoard hasf and Pf0V9n that literature sure ain't died. The greatelfwtriters in our school publish in our mag first. Mrs. Heyle has helped .e.i usjyedit stuff in the passed, but nowadays, we does our ownfwbrk. When wefegrrter. Sage Heyle's great meeting-hall of A+5, we are by thespoetic expressionsof fellow scholars. Andswhan that with his shoures sote, and smale fowlesl maken melodiyeilwe chooseth the material which will be immortalisednin verse and . -A 5 fl Q - Ii ifw ,L lr ' Q PRES Ellllllg 7' is 4 ETV is the5TV station that htasa news show with class. its alternating anchormen arereminiscent of Ted Baxter and Walter Cronkite. ETV weather makes Tex Anto,ine happy that he'sistill on Channel 5, and sports is theilfhighlight of the show. Into gossip? Cookie's spot makesithis reporter feel3lilEefshe's watching Rona Barrett's smarter sister. And if nothing else appeals ,.,, to you, the opening music is terrific. Good night ilii antlfggood news. ,. .. T -..J- 190 ETV: Row 1: T. Russo, I. Lamser, D. Deschamps, M. Hankin. Row 2: D. Weisman, K. Lang, D. Flynn F Lichtenthal, A. Burrows, I. Smith. Row 3: B. Gale. Missing: 1. Freed, P. Deschamps, D. McDonald R Resnick, P. Liesman, M. Rosen, T. Nolan, Mr. Cleary. The following is an in-depth-analysis, focusing on the carrying THE BOX from CM STAFF: Row 1: M. Glick, B. Cale, M. Kaufman, I. Libman, j.D. Sciarra, T. Kray, M. Hankin, H. Tucker, D. Weisman, E. Bruckenthal, C. Kurtz. Row 2: K. Fang, R. Bordoni, L. Shapiro, L. Lustgarten, A. Crystal, N. Karwa, A. Dresner, T. Essey, 1. Stern, E. Friedman. Row 3: D. Silver, N. Marchi, C. Dicker, L. Touger, M. DeSedle, A. Einhorn, C. McGrath, l. Triesman, M. Longo, K. Flynn, R. Buff. Missing: l. Thaler, T. Anbinder, M. Darlington, R. Steinman, S. Cash, M. Levins. activities CAMPUS MO THLY CAMPUS MONTH fi. A school to Hillary's and back, lost second year of CAMPUS MONTHLY. . .'77-'78 wastheyear of the muckrakers who put EHS on the map and in the NY Times with the famous sex survey, the year that proved things are always better the 25th time around. We developed a talent for Mad Libs-style headlines CNoun: or Zi and horrible puns. The SS crunch put us under pressure, but Miriam's 5-finger method of getting even with the typist kept layout costs down. Production was always frantic: we exhausted ourselves CM EDITORS: Row 1: W. Stern, 1. Triesman, D. Winograd, L. Steinman, N. Khaner. CM ED'T0R5"N'CHlEFf B- CFYSUI, H- copy in the office mess, made Roger and Erik print photos at 1 a.m., stayed up all night, and missed our deadlines anyway. Brad kept us from getting too neurotic. To sick jokes and hysteria we said "remember that for the April Fool's issuel" while we dreamed about a 36-page master- piece. We wondered about next year l"Linda needs a staff!"l, and decided that we are the Golden Age of CAMPUS MONTHLY . . . Thanks always to Mr. Goldberg. ,Y ii .ig ,Lv Y Mantis. Row 2: R. Eth, E. Honig, K. Lang, I. Wilson, B. Dworetzky, L. Laubich, T. Stamas, M. Jaffe. Missing: P. Deschamps. 191 ".'?."a saw activities s is L i i V: : 1 s . I .t s Q .ii an Q 3, 5 RESPECTUS Job th Hi . i s - -' i il we--'r f I mi ?"' New ' 5 L. L s tg ,f , wi n-xlA 1 ru l 'lt 1, V 5 fad A f . x..A....f' if 2. i l l K' K ' E ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,.,,,a,.,...M .,.. . 3 1 ' ' 1 'l Q ' l E ii l QM .... Ma., 'Ns l . M14Q.TgJ" ' K 5 . ies.: ' ' -ll Did you know that the child labor laws were repealed at the beginning of this year? Neither did the Respectus staff, but we soon discovered the unfortunate situation. As newly exploitable slaves, we first worked to exhaustion putting out the summer supplement - and then we realized there was a real yearbook to produce too. We mastered the art of layout, but we were totally un- XXX X We ,- H K ,k,. 1 V., X. ' :wh 3 ik' " " va . 1 rg Y A ru -4 ,.s. 1 -.... f ,. -,K +1 --- -.ax i g N E LIV i ,WJ - A X5 'eg ax . .,L. ., , ,V 1 K W N ,tixxg v KG . -g Z.. .. ww j i ity . ,,,,. , ,A X N - N-X. .x' 37' L in 'imxgi ' W -A . N,ySf V- I . W x. Xxks. , , 4, ' . . .x,, Xyriqi ff 'i 'iii 4 sa s -.T's'. .. .. A x. 1' I 192 . : is 2 , ..,. S. ., X 3 ., prepared for our next task -- heavy construction work. Once the yearbook office was finished, and we had learned to traipse in and out of the Blier's abode without being too disruptive, the long hard struggle began. From the start, the staff was plagued with disaster. Pic- tures had to be scheduled, taken, rescheduled, retaken -- until Peter sent a cake of apology to our photographer. Above: Row 1: L. Eskay. Row 2: L. Lustgarten, E. Friedman, L. Laubich, B Dworetzky. Row 3: M. Jaffe, 1. Frankfurt, D. Winograd. Row 4: D Lefkowitz, L. Rivlin, B. Gale, 1. Leven, S. Weiner. Left: P. Blier, 1. Klein. ,-i I t ,.,,,b:,. V, A :C . ,...W..-MQ---H' fm. mw . I.ffw 'W '-f .,g ' " v K4 Diets and deadlines were missed as, night after No-Doz night, the Respectus slaves munched out in frustration. When the entire staff simultaneously succumbed to the Russian Flu, nightmares of an August yearbook kept the hardiest of us toilin away to meet the deadline. A Cries of "Peeeeterrr!l!" racked the night as insecure layout personnel sought what they believed to be a higher Row 1: R. Eth, E. Honig, R. Weinstein, I. Treisman. Row 2: M. Bolotsky, I. Mukerji, I. Stern, I. Caruso, L. Shapiro, B. Stevens. Row 3: I. Lamser, R. Goldman, P. Bellissimo, P. Riggs, R. Buff, N. Khaner. Faculty Advisor . Editors-in-Chief . . Layout Editors Literary Editors . Faculty Editor . Senior Editors . . junior High Editor . . . Sports Editors . . . Photography Editors . . Art Editors ..... Typing Editors . . Business Manager . . . Advertising Editor . . Associate Editor . Editorial Assistants . . . . ,W-1 - ' 'nw I authority. Scaleographs were in great demand as we tried not to crop off people's heads, and many triforms were ruined because of the lack of erasers. Amidst all the chaos, we still enjoyed many moments of hilarity and creativity. Original layouts and innovative sec- tion designsf ,were difficult to produce, but when the proofs camelbackr, we rejoiced at our achievement. RESPECTUS EDITORIAL BOARD jonathan Klein Lori Laubich jane Leven . . Ellen Friedman Miriam jaffe . . Lise Lustgarten Willy Stern . . . . .Brian Gale David Lefkowitz . . Amy Gellman Stacey Tea joel Treisman Judith Stern 193 . . . . .Peter Blier . .jackie Frankfurt . . Layne Hudes Randy Wise . jennifer Osborne . . Barbara Dworetzky . .Janine Caruso Beth Stevens . Danny Winograd . . . . Paula Riggs . . . . Linda Eskay .Michael Pollowitz Luana Shapiro Ms. Eleanor Tomb 4 A Yearbook is more than an autograph book or a scrapbook. It is a work of art that tries to capture the human drama that unfolds each day. It tries to express the feelings of the people, the activities, buildings and experiences that make up each school year. It strives to grab from the air the intangible and to put it down on paper -to be ours forever, so that this year can be with us tomorrowin all its glory and wonder. Our yearbook marks the end and the beginning of a stage in our lives. P. Blier RESPECT US STAFF Layout Staff: Rachel Buff Ishita Mukerji Jennifer Osborne Liz Rivlin Sue Weiner Photographers: Peter Deschamps Roger Eth Erik Honig Mike Klein Ricky Weinstein Ronnie Resnick Production Staff: Amy Bright Steve Friedman Kathy Reed Doug Weisman Artists: Iudy Post Helen Wilson Business Staff: Marla Bolotsky Marc Hankin Neil Khaner RESPECTUS, the yearbook, 85784 and 9247, that mess at Peter's . . . memories of: Western and Almar and Delmar. .. What will Miss Tomb say?" . . . Peter the Perfectionist. . . WPIX and living at the Bliers' . . . how can something so organized be so disorganized?. .. shouts of "Peter!". . .squeezing between the Fiat and the Valiant.. .munching out on oatmeal cookies, ice cream, pretzels, donuts, diet soda . . . a bunch of neurotics . . . mixing up the pictures. . .bitching. . . "Work promised for today will be ready tomorrow. .. maybe!". . ."But Mr. Hawthorne said-". . .Mark Twain? . . .copy-fitting and write-up slashing lzzzzl . . . "I want to watch 'Anna'!" .. .the orange picture shelf, the gray memo book, the book oftriforms . . .24 hours at the dance marathon - not dancing. . . panel- ing the basement . . . Lise, the human chimney lcan you smoke a otato stick?l . . , pica rulers and scaleographs l"gimme an orange thing"l . . . trips to Almar . . . Miriam teasing lackie . . . "look on the ladder diagram". . . Mad Madeline. .. spraying Lysol. . .lane and Ishita - our finicky eaters. . . "Peter!", . . an eternally ringing phone. . . "who here can type?!" . . . David rambling on about the G.O. ...Lori and her babies , . . "how should we label this?" . . . "can I crop him at the crotch?" . . . Willy going flop crazy... Peter cleaning up as we work . . . "jane, are you still here?". . ."make a list!" . . . Sue falling asleep . . . "I'll be there after rehearsal" ..."can you stay 5 more minutes?". . .the damaging editor.. .Liz and her busy work . . ."you're a pica off!" . . . "where's the copy for . . . where's the ashtray . . . where's the TV. ..where's Linda . . .where is . , . 2" . . . "Peter!" . . . wax pencils and file holders. .. "isn't there an White-out?" . . . Randy discussing Patti Smith . . . the perpetual eraser shortage . . . "I was trained by Western" . .. laying out freak pages. . . "He's gone modular-happy!". . . "we need more pictures of-" . . . "sort those pictures!" . , , permanent exhaustion ... "we need you to sell candy" ... "Danny, we need 8 pages of ads by tomorrow" . . . public statements fthe new wallpaper! . . . "But lackie, you don't need to do work!" . . . emergency calls to Hawthorne. . . "That deadline? Oh, we missed that weeks ago!" . . . "Ellen, you have 300 characters to describe-" . . . "write it down!" . . . Stacey's match book . .. A Dedication. .. WHITE SPACE!! . . . "Can you come between 4 and 6 - A.M.?" . . . "when this is all over-" . . . waiting for the final moment . .. "Peter!" . . . MARCH 23l!l SPECIAL TH NKS TO . . . DELMAR PUBLISHING: And to all those lyou Ginny Barbee know who you are! Bob Anderson who worked above and General Employees beyond the call of THE ADMINISTRATION: duty, friendship, Madeline Blier and sanity. james C. Cleary Bill Hawthorne Eleanor Tomb ALMAR STUDIOS: Allen Borack Mara Borack Larry Regan Eileen Henderson Ellen Tekel i , - v q U ' .- fl,,, 7, : V LW,- W1 VM " , . ' - Z 3 : W ,L : GENERAL STQRZQ "' . A W A ..... . .... .. .m.-.. .. e .. ... .....':L.-.. W -.:uu mx-aww!! is - L X X M .' . Q u. l. ,X T! 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I vb , ?,..::,,.,:.l'. .I 3, xnxx?-M1-. --4. 4. .:1...y ..-, .Q , .V 1 you r .-w ww - g- ,J- Y. .1,..,x,- . f f Z: lj , . f I ' . -..L-8----..,. , , I Num 1 f Y . ' ' r 1-Lw-U b A .X " fx 197 - 1 I ' 4 - ., '. .4 . . ' Q' f ' . ff?-1' Congratulations to the Class of 1978 FROM THE P T S A ,gmiigfg 5- ' . g - ,Q . Y THE EDGEMONT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Wishes the Class of 1978 the Best of Luck In the Future Cr lljzvcslli PGH EDGEGQNTS CMMS Congratulations to the Class of 1978 Compliments of 1977-1978 To Edgemont 1'HE GREENVILLE Damir Perusko from Yugoslavia Eva Mezces from Austria CQMMUNITY COUNCIL lane Fish from Minnesota Brian O Connell from California From Edgemont Val Lambiase 77 to Ghana Tom Kornbluh 78 to Italy Amanda Dickinson 79 to Minnesota THE EDGEMONT RECREATION COMMITTEE Extends Congratulations and Best Wishes G l lg 'X Maggie Lindau '79 to California Y I r, :I l ii Q? 1. QE WEEE? l XX NN i f to the Class of 1978 . sa ' ' 1 an ifigfs, , X! 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" 1 , e f'-we W ,X X K ,:1.-ini A W I X' :fbi l . 1 - , . wg 1 I v- 4 .- -. .ix . ..4.Q'W1:f.: aw CELEBRITY TRAVEL 501 7th Avenue 750 Central Avenue New York New York 212-354- Scarsdale, New York 1600 SANTES Senior Class We just couldnt walt june 78' You graduate The lounge you vacate And when you do just you guess who will ping pong and dune Of course Congratulations' The lunlor Class W m SCHOOL LUNCH SYSTEMS 1Division of Navin Bros. Food Service, lnc.J We Don't Hesitate To Communicate Corporate Headquarters: 64 Outlook Avenue West Hartford, Conn. 06119 203-232-6658 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1978 FROM THE FORT HILL ASSOCIATION Best of Luck to the Class of 1978 from E1-illub . L , eff . 3 JERI'S Sportswear Casual Clothes 187 E. Hartsdale Ave. Hartsdale, N.Y. 472-0808 SCHOONMAKER Medical Pharmacy, Inc. 2 Chase Road Scarsdale, New York, 10583 723-4910 Surgical Supplies Cosmetics - Free Delivery SCARSDALE CENTRAL DELICATESSEN Home of the six foot party wedge 656 Central Avenue Sca rsdale, N.Y. 10583 Fine Foods and Specialties Catering is our Profession SCARSDALE CAMERA SHOP 8 Spencer Place Scarsdale, N.Y. U 5 BA N D VA N T UU T o ozNfnArl0',I'bA BIBLE THE BROWNSTONE Gifts 8. Home Accessories 752 Central Avenue Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 725-4538 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 MARY ROTHMAN Scarsdale, N.Y. WHITAKER DRUG AND SURGICAL Saunas - Exercise Equipment 230 E. Hartsdale Ave. Hartsdale, New York 10583 723-3205 SCARSDALE CANDY 'N CARDS Hallmark Cards Barricini Candies BIum's Candies Party Goods Novelties 25 Spencer Place Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 723-2977 is J 1 COMPLIMENTS IRVING ROSEN REALTOR OF A 697 Central Ave. FRIEND Scarsdale, New York 10583 HARTSDALE HARTSDALE TRAVEL AGENCY Hartsdale Avenue Hartsdale, N.Y. 10530 SPLENDID CLEANERS Hartsdale Ave. Hartsdale, N.Y. 10530 X wud' BlLL'S SPORTING WORLD Sporting Goods Tennis Apparel 18 Chase Rd. Scarsdale, N.Y. HARTSDALE BAKE SHOP Ha rtsda Ie Ave. Hartsdale, N.Y. 10530 First say: "Cheese, PIease." Then smile and say: HARTSDALE 'CHEESERY' AND GOURMET FOODS 207 E. Hartsdale Ave. Hartsdale CALEB'S RETREAT 96 Garth Rd. Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 X SHUTTER AND SHADE DESIGNS LTD. 761 Central Ave, Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 Actively Sewing the Scarsdale Communities since 1925 RAYMOND R. BEATTY, INC. REALTORS Best Wishes to the Class of 1978 30 Garth Road Scarsdale, N.Y. BEST REST BEDDING CO. 46 Garth Road Scarsdale, N.Y. CARMINE'S PIZZERIA 81 RESTAURANT The Family Place To Eat We Cater To All Occasions 759 Central Ave. Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 MISL Q - s .. .. N., ,,,,.a,,.. i f--3 -in z Q Q0 CURRY CHEVROLET 728 Central Avenue Scarsdale 723-9200 Congratulations to the Class of 1978fFrom the Varsity Cheerleaders ff! 210 Eulia IG. Zfllvg REALTOR William F. Dudley, President Specialists in Scarsdale Real Estate ?W2r do ww Ann Brehm - Armande Browning - Joan Oppenheim Vice-Presidents Ellen B.Aibel Maryalice Corey Nanette Keating Imogene Reynolds Betsy Beam Madeline Edling Lee Kern Lucille Rodman Carol E. Bourquin Jane Epstein Ellen Lawton Joan Shaw Fran Buehler Mary Forbes Tillie Onorato Jack Singer Margery Cohen Anita Goodman Ruth Reed Dode Weber Rosemarie Wilson Secretaries: Dorothea Becker, Harriet Boyd, Louise Mole. 49 Spencer Place, Scarsdale, New York SC 5-3305 awww WE OFFER JUST ONE KIND OF SERVICE.. .THE BEST ROBERT T. VAN HORNE, President ANNE M. HANSON, Vice President CLEVELAND E. VAN WERT, Director Emeritus ASSOCIATES Ruth Bellsey Jane Cash Catherine Clark Lynne Clark Brenda Demby Mollyann Goldstein M NUL YIPLE LISTING SERVICF LS 26 Po pha m Road Rose Haber Marian T. Jordan Mary Katchis Kathryn Kracke Ida LaReau Margot Maher Diantha Melinette Joan Molloy Petty Mooney Anne Owen Etta Parker MEMBER FPEONEES Jim if R LIVING. MIDI' WAI! OHICIS iN Au so SIAHS SC3-8700 ELLINGHOUSE 81 STACY, INC. Jo Ann Murphy, Realtor The Gallery' Of Homes 17 Boniface Circle Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 SCARSDALE-SPENCER PHARMACY INC Spencer Place Scarsdale, N.Y. S03-2808 we EAST OF THE SUN A Most Unusual Gift Shop 70 Garth Rd. Scarsdale, N.Y. 472-1119 BELL'S Variety Store 193 E. Hartsdale Ave. Hartsdale, N.Y. 723-6862 Best Wishes to the Class of 1978 SCARSDALE-SPENCER PHARMACY Spencer Place Scarsdale, N.Y. 723-2808 IMAGES CAMERA SHOP 197 E. Hartsdale Avenue Hartsdale, N.Y. 723-2644 7 A Q 1 . . 4, 4 Q, J . Wk W -M M r - 7 Y' M A 9 ' xj vfigr ' V "' ' 1 . :ij , fi" 1 A if: I V 5 V, I - Au - in , ,, M 'Haul " " ,, X - , 'Z 4 iw' K' I X, X, Ad, K-, gf A 'E E is V Y IE., I Z at I . A! Q. ' f v. f ,Vx 6 , Q.. A -1 nrt .V 5: . X , , "s, v I . 4? Q' .. fi .A ' fab Congratulations to the Class of '78 "One generation Passeth QWBY' and another generation comethg And the earth -MR AND MRS A BERTONE abideth for ever. The sun also arisethf' Congratulations to Matthew and Harrison and Good Wishes to the Class of '78 -DR. AND MRS. LYON k an ,.., ,, W 2 Q s Q 3:1 if A + . 14 s 2 . l "The point of the human adventure is not the destination but the voyage." -John Dewey Bon Voyage! THE BLIERS "Joy IS notnn thlngs It us an us Wishing you a lifetime of joy Felicla, Arnold 8. Lorl Laublch I F E it 'i ,M X X PhilBellissimo . . Jim Nelson . . Eric Karlin .... Jamie Kornbluh , Rob Lee ..... Richard Steinman Todd Spoor . . . Mike Kaufman . . John Schmitt . . Eric Lynn . . . Alex Glickman . . Donald Panthen . Rich Alterman . , Lew Schon . . . Adam Burrows . CONGRATULATIONS MARATHON 78ERS The Muscular Dystrophy Association extends its sincerest thanks to all those students, teachers and community members who gave so generously of themselves to make Marathon 78 such a huge success. THE NIMBLE-FOOTED DANCERS . , Beth Hahn . . .Lucy Ahlert . . K,T. Korngold . . Benna Cohen . , Caroline Adams . Sharon Winograd . . . . . Tina Lynn . . . Kate Luckett . . Mary Lou Ehret . . Adie Morosini , . Carrie Hatta . . . Ricky Aberle . . .Jenny Osborne . . , .Liz Rivlin . . .Layne Hudes Flavio Lichtenthal ,..... . .Dana Flynn Scott Stemer . Jim Hayter . Kevin Frank , . Pete Forrest . , John Toccafondi Todd Kray . . . Peter Blier . . . Vinnie Guariscio Jordan Thaler . Mike Longo . . Ricky Weinstein Neil Khaner . . Steve Markowitz Mike Hudes . . . ,...,. Kim Pellowe Jennifer Landesman . . . . . Holly Abrams . . Kim Flynn . . . Elsa Vavro . . . .Kathy Reed . , .Julliette Singer . . . .Val Scoppa . . Nancy Dudwick , .... Sue Del Duca . . , . ,Jo-Ann Teitelbaum . ...,.. Nancy Rosen . . .Nancy Eschenbrenner . . . . . . Wendy Lebowitz Tom Nolan . . Jeff Bertone . . Peter Gehn , . Junior Bastos . . John Long . . . Rich Bordoni , . Tom Sileo .... Richard Scibilia . Mr. Peduzzi . . Mike O'Keefe . . Chuck Creel . . Scott Pollock . . Richie Shores , . Bob Raicht . . THE GEN EROUS MERCHANTS Shoe King Sam County Center Pharmacy Spectrum Hartsdale Pharmacy Performance Vans Lower Level Malkins Shoe Store, lnc. Hartsdale Hairstyling Center Johnny on the Spot Bell's Scarsdale Beauty Shop. Inc. Jay's Yarn Corp. The Toy Store Hartsdale Jewelers Hartsdale Office Supplies, Inc, Hartsdale Health Foods Cascade Florist J. Art Hair Fashion Nettlecreek Artists Showcase international J.J.'s Army and Navy Store Scarsdale Central Delicatessen Madow's Jewelers Bagel Nosh McDonald's Navin Brothers' 7Up Dunkin Donuts Sante's Restaurant Heathcote Delicatessen Twin Donuts Adam and Eve Hairstylists Holsten Jewelers Scarsdale Flower Shop Traprock Suite Scarsdale Candy 'n' Cards Windmills Coopers Appliances Lady Budd Arcade Stationers Something Special . . Sara Weiner . . .Meri Preter . . , Lori Laubich Barbara Dworetzky . . Larraine Vogel Susanne Hermann . . Michele Alpert . Marianne Nolan .Miss Hildebrandt . . .Jean Costello Linda Toccafondi . , . . Celia Jaffe . . .Marie Capria ,Allison Wertheim Jiffy Cleaners Hartsdale Radio and T.V. The Greenery Bodleian Book Shop Whitaker Drug and Surgical Images Camera Shop Hartsdale Home Center Fireside Design Ltd. Party Plus Korvette's Sam Goody, Inc. Royal Card ll The Butcher Block, lnc. Clarke Pharmacy The Brownstone Sydnee's Lymal Trophies Scarsdale Gift Gallery East of the Sun Scarsdale Beauty Shop, Inc. Woodshecl Furniture Corp. Central Food Market WBldb21Um'S Ha rtsdale Prod uce Market I 'li ' 216 Thanks to you, our GREATEST EXPECTATIONS have become reality. BEST OF LUCK ALWAYS, fs 'H' THE G.0. 'fi Adam Burrows David Lefkowitz Kathy Reed Mike Rosen Phil Crisara Jamie Kornbluh Debi Johnson of WR e0 oN E2 , s-V' Q EDGEQJFPC' ' N ED?E'i'3mq --1 1 1 A , 1 A lj 2 5 LM-, ,, 1 1 . T. A A I ' I f' d f i 'k-- . , , ' V, V ' I A if A 5 , . - " if as ' G ev' N' ' A of m "' 5 2 5 5 ff' A A V A i'e, 5 'T,s ,. Pi 3 25,5 fs If ssee ' 2 as .- 1 5 ig f 'sf 7 I 3 l E gg 4 Z :Ev If , I I ' L - 54,4 Q Q A I f W 1 K f 2 1 J f 2' 2 f , Q . x 0 X F f 1 , N ,, 1 1 .1 - X A I V Vly, If V 'V , V1 , A EDGEMONT Where am l going? I don't quite know. What does it matter where people go? Down to the wood where the blue-bells grow- Anywhere, anywhere. l don't know. A.A. Milne WHEREVER YOU GO... BEST OF LUCK '78 THE LEFKOWITZ'S CoNGRn'ru1.a'rfoNs, 75 To the youth of today, Makers better world tomorrow. THE MAYERS ofa ...The coming heroes, lovers, kings Are idly lounging in the wings, Behind the curtain's mystic fold The glowing future lies unrolled. -Bret Harte Best Wishes and Love to the Class of '78 Dr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Jaffe, Celia, and Ari ti' CONGRATULATIONS, Class of 1978 You Made It! Best of Luck SUCCESS Success is believing Success is trying Success is working Success is doing what you set out to do, doing it well and being happy. This can be the only fair representation of the class, From of '78, CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE FRIEDMANS Janice '74 Lori '76 Steven '78 CTf:JN1Cfl':glT6li'A'g'2QJV85 Congratulations and Best Wishes and those who follow to me Class of 1978. Deschamps Associates, Travel Consultants RD Port Murray From HO',f'eVjfjQ22QyRd' THE KLEIN FAMILY 'fl 5 7' To 5 ,aft I it In Scenes of Edgemont The Homes and Streets . . . 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J- -N Q 'I' 1 . ffl' f ,7 m , , " CI ' s J , ll W' 1 be i, 7 ,f - 5 Y A 1 W xx ' K x Bernadette Pickel Michael Pollowitz Paula Riggs David Schacher David Silver jordan Thaler David Weiner William Winer Elizabeth Rivlin Barry Schaevitz Theodore Stamas Christopher Tho mas Sara Weiner Daniel Winograd Robert Porrazzo Brian Rosen Lew Schon Judith Stern Robert Travalino Susan Weiner RobertWise ,. VI If x . Alan Press Michael Rosen Luana Shapiro Cynthia Stotter Lisa Usefof Richard Weinstein Amy Zinderman Camera Shy: Donald Costello Lisa Lempert Ben Svetsky Elizabeth Redegeld Craig Rosenthal Yumi Shibuya Benjamin Svetky Thomas Valentine Claire Weissman 255 -N Q' . SENIOR DIRECTORY Aaronson, Robin G. . . . 352 Central Park Ave. Algiero, Laura ...,. 155 Highland Rd. Alterman, Richard . . 7 Skytop Rd. Anderau, Peter ..... 168 Old Colony Rd. Arancio, Paul j. . . . . 8 Kaateskill Pl. Arnel, Ross .... 14 Warnke La. Auffant, joseph C. . . 25 Andrea La. Barclay, Brenda ..... 300 S. Central Park Ave., Harts. Bastos, Waldyr ........... . . Rock Hill La. Berger, Marc A. . . 5 Fort Hill Rd. Bertone, jeffery . . 27 Andrea La. Bidwell, Christine . . 26 Winthrop La. Blier, Peter S. . . . . 295 Glendale Rd. Bordoni, Richard . . 22 Tanglewood Rd. Bouza, Anthony . . . 10 Winthrop La. Bright, Amy S. . . . 7 Camden Rd. Buchoff, Amy ...... 4 Skytop Rd., Yonkers Burrows, Ada m ..,., 5 Clubway Ln., Harts. Cosgrove, Todd .... 150 Edgemont Rd, Costello, Donald . . 46 Bretton Rd. Crystal, Brad ...... 11 Chedworth Rd. Davion, Victoria . . . 114 Ferndale Rd. Del Duca, Paul . . 6 Paradise Dr. Del Duca, Susan . . 6 Paradise Dr. Dossick, Harrison . . 380 Fort Hill Rd. Dreyer, Ellen ..... 1 Clubway Ln., Harts. Dudwick, Nancy ..... 61 Sprain Valley Rd. Dworetzky, Barbara . . 19 Ed emont Circle S Ehlermann, Lee ..... 348 Central Park Ave. Eisinberg, Lee ...... 16 Winthrop La. Engel, Carrie ..... 2190 Ferndale Rd. Erskine Ill, Louis . . . 14 Mt. joy Ave. Eschen bren ner, Nancy . 30 Walbrooke Rd. Eskay, Linda E ,... . . . 26 Sprain Valley Rd. Fang, jennifer ..... 120 Round Hill Rd. Florio, Robert ..... 62 Sprain Valley Rd. Forrest, Winston .... 116 Edgemont Rd. Freitag, Laurie B. . . 280 Glendale Rd. Friedman, Ellen A. . . 5 Cherrywood Rd. Friedman, Steven . . 330 Central Park Ave. Fugazzi, Louis .... 19 Paradise Dr. Garten, Lawrence H. 166 Highland Rd. Gehn, Peter .... 130 Longview Dr. Gellman, Amy .... 111 Evandale Rd. Gialleonardo, Lori . . 40 Penny La. Gold, Debra S. . . . 3 Cherrywood Rd. Gonzalez, Marcie . . 367 Evandale Rd. Griffin, Angela G. . . 166 Moorland Dr. Griffith, james . . . 9 Glenwood Rd. Harris, Kevin L. . . . 271 Clayton Rd. Hart, Neil E. . . . . 50 Lynwood Rd. Hayter, james M. . . 11 Sheridan Rd. Henck, Richard . . . 300 Clayton Rd. Hermann, Suzanne . 22 Barclay Rd. Hofstad, Gail .... Concord House Hudes, Layne .... 336 Central Park Ave Huynh, Luong .... 372 Central Park Ave jaffe, Miriam .... 29 Old Army Rd. johnson, Charles j. . 45 Overton Rd. Kalb, Richard . . 2 Eaton La. Khaner, Neil .... 211 Ferndale Rd. Kim, Chi ....... 370 Central Park Ave. Klein, jonathan S. . . 87 Moorland Dr. Kornbluh, Thomas F. 17 Stoneleigh Close Krass, Edgar ..... 3145 Pinellas Point D St. Petersburg, Fla. Kray, Todd ...... 3 Sheridan Rd. Lammert, Karl M. . 37 Andrea La. Landesman, jennifer 57 Walbrooke Rd. Lang, Kevin .... 18 Withington Rd. Langer, Harry . . . 168 Delhi Rd. Laubich, Lori . 4 Laura La. Lefkowitz, David . 228 Delhi Rd. Lempert, Lisa . 1 Skytop Rd. Leven, jane ..... 15 Sherwood Place Levenson, Andrew . 12 Cherry La. Lewis, james H. .... . . .95 150 Longview Dr. Lichtenthal, Andres F. . . . . .75 11 Westminster Rd. Long, john ....... . . .61 5 Campden Rd. Longo, Michael . . . .57 23 Penny La. Lustgarten, Lise A .... . . .75 200 Glendale Rd. Lyon, Matthew . . . . . .86 1 Eva La. MacGillivray, Glen . . . . .84 High Point La. Mantis, Hillary ..... . , 107 31 old Army Rd. Marchi, Nicholas . . . , .71 310 Clayton Rd. Marden, Cynthia . . . . . .82 74 High Ridge Rd. Markowitz, Stephen . . . . . .87 158 Edgemont Rd. Mayers, Scott ..... . . .63 240 Glendale Rd. McDonald, Brian . . . . . .97 8 Withington Rd. McDonald, David . . . . 104 Lexington House McGlone, Gregory . . . , .81 26 Penny La. McGrath, Geannine . . . . .67 7 Paradise Dr. Meczes, Eva ..... , , ,85 265 Beverly Rd. Melamed, Daniel . . . . .94 251 Beverly Rd. Mohan, Denise . . . . . .77 35 Walbrooke Rd. Muller, judit ........ . . .58 14 Clubway La., Harts. Murphy, Christopher E. . . . . .70 12 Kempster Rd. Nelson, james F ..... . . .98 10 Withington Rd. Nolan, Thomas ..... . . .91 372 Central Park Ave. Osborne, jennifer . . . . . .93 4 Fort Hill Rd. Pellowe, Kimberly . . . . .69 Duzuesne House Perusko, Damir . . . . . 104 100 Ardsley Rd. Petrillo, Eugene . . . , , .67 6 Rock Hill Rd. Pickel, Bernadette . . . . . .99 222 Inwood Rd. Pollowitz, Michael . . . . . .79 182 Longview Dr. Porazzo, Robert . . . . . .82 3 Clarendon Rd. Press, Alan ...... , , .99 219 Glendale Rd. Redegeld, Elizabeth . . . . .99 6 Norwood Rd. Reed, Katherine . . . . . .86 105 Glendale Rd. Rigby, Todd ....... . . .98 60 Westminster Rd. Riggs, Paula ...... . , .66 48 Glenwood Rd. Rivlin, Elizabeth . . . , . ,B7 39 Lynwood Rd. Rosen, Brian ..... , , .68 High Point Rd. Rosen, Michael ..... . , , 107 32 Clubway La., Harts. 233 DIRECTORY Rosenthal, Craig . . 1 High Point Rd. Rosner, Beth ......... 33 High Ridge Rd., Harts. Satta, Atsuko ........ 370 Central Park Ave. Schacher, David ..... 7 Kingwood Rd. Schaevitz, Barry . . 15 Paxford La. Schon, Lew ..... 400 Clayton Rd. Shapiro, Luana . . . 6 Fort Hill La. Shibuya, Yumi ...... 340 Central Park Ave. Shuster, leffery ..... 200 Ferndale Rd, Sileo, Peter ..... 40 Lynwood Rd. Silver, David , . . . . . 6 Scarsdale Farm Rd. Stamas, Theodore . . . 325 Evandale Rd. Stern, Iudith S. . . 7 Warnke La. Stotter, Cynthia .... 120 Underhill Rd. Svetkey, Benjamin . . 74 Ardsley Rd. Tea, Stacey ...... 118 Evandale Rd. TeiteIbaum,1o-Ann . . 4 Highview Dr. Thaler, jordan .... 1 Glenwood Rd, Thomas, Christopher . . 54 Walbrooke Rd. Travalino, Robert ..... 38 Tamarack Trail, Harts. Usefof, Lisa ........ 6 Stoneybrook La. Valentine, Thomas . . . 15 Greenville Rd. Vavro, Elsa ...... 454 Ardsley Rd. Waldbaum, Marc . . 14 Longview Dr. Weiner, David .... 249 Healy Ave. S. Weiner, Sara ........ 25 Park Circle, White Plain Weiner, Susan ....... 81 Longview Dr. Weinstein, Richard . . 265 Beverly Rd. Weissman, Claire . . 2 Winthrop La. Wilson Helen ....... S 346 Clld Colony Rd., Harts.' Wilson, jane ........ 'l2 Robin Hill Rd. Winer, William . . . 43 Sheridan Rd. Winograd, Daniel . . 235 Glendale Rd. Wise, Robert ..... 211 Highland Rd. 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UAW' ,.,, ,,m4,.N, uff..,,,,m1,,A,,,.f my - ,gmiglzl ml ,.,, f.1f.,,,,Jf,.9 my mm Zuma! "Gum 14,413 a,.f,1Ae,- .-un-A, film - 100 Am! -9 JWJ, um! ff. J4,,,.m,,. ff,-1 aloedml gel mv Lomv, .9 JUIIINIJE il gd me Jonrewlwre PAW nfuuffy ru inferpafing. H 239 Num , K fel' wi encizavof' .so fo Eve iffxai' when We come fo die even the unkvfapgv wiff Be .sovr 3 V M l S?R!NG SPORTS FIDDLER ON THE ROOF CHARLIE 5ROWN SENEQR CARNWAE.. QGNEQEY' BASKETBAEQE. UYQQ SQ QONCERT A ARDS ASSEMBLY SENEQR BREAKFAST SENHOR PROM GRADUATION SEWE R MANS R Row 1: 1. Holmes, P. Rockley, I. Moskowitz, C. Winnick, M. Longo. Row 2: C. johnson, T. Spinner, R. Resnick, M. Rosen, Coach Hogan. BOYS' VARSITY l.V TENNIS Under the leadership of coach lim Hogan, the Edgemont varsity tennis team concluded the year sporting a highly successful 14-5 record. Led by junior and All-League standout jeff Moskowitz, the team was in contention with Bronxville throughout the year before settling for a second place tie with Hastings. Other players who played significant roles in the success of the team were junior john Holmes and his Senior partner Ross Arnel, who combined to become one of the premier doubles teams in the league and were subsequently named to the All-League team. Charlie Winnick also contributed with many important victories at the second singles spot and received All-League Honorable Mention. 2 Row 1: R. Steinman, A. Gluckman, R. Gladstone, R. Greene, T. Anbinder, M. Simon. Row 2: T. Griffin, P. Lindau, D. Solomon, D. Baumgarten, T. Zankel, 1. Goldstein, G. Florio. Row 3: N. Freidman, Coach Karabaic, G. Wells. Last year's boys' IV Tennis Team, coached by Mr. Larry Karabaic, was, for the most part, outclassed in the League, losing four of six matches. Frequent juggling of spots led to confusion in many of the doubles teams, but generally, Richard Gladstone played first singles, Adam Gluckman, second, and David Solomon, third. Doubles were played by Tyler Anbinderflamie Goldstein, Doug Baumgarten!Eric Lynn, Robert Greene!Tony Griffin, and Neale Freeman!Gary Florio. However, at the end of the season, Tyler was moved into the singles spot, and in the team's greatest moment, they beat an undefeated Byram Hills team after losing to them earlier at home. 3 fa-." 5 GIRLS' VARSI1Yfl.V. TENNIS Row 1: Coach Sloan, L. Miller, D. Flynn, 1. Vogel, A. Moskowitz, L. Peng. Row 2: S. Winograd, L. Gottlieb, B. Sklar, S. Lieberman, A. Satta, Y. Okumura. The Girls' Varsity Tennis Team ended the season with a 7-6 record, finishing third in the League. Coached by Terri Sloan, the team put up a good fight against more experienced teams like Bronxville and Byram Hills. Some of the players who really helped the team this year were first singles player Shari Lieberman, who had a near perfect record, singles-doubles player Liz Gottlieb, who had some of the longest, grueling matches, and first doubles team Dana Flynn-Linda Peng, who formed a strong doubles combination. The other singles players were Sharon Winograd and Atsuko Satta. The doubles teams consisted of Linda Miller, Amy Moskowitz, Yukari Okumura, Beth Sklar, Allison Farber, ludy Vogel, and Rachel Manewitz. L , 'W-9' Row 1: Coach Miller, L. Burton, A. Patterson, 1. D'Arrigo. Row 2: M. Ullman, M. Horner, 1. Spinner, H. Williman. Row 3: D. Devenuti, L. Arnel, S. Cowan, R. Kleinman. nu---' 1 W L Under the direction of Coach Miller, the l.V. Tennis Team enjoyed a prosperous season for a first-year team. After much debate last spring, it was finally decided that there should be a girls l.V. Tennis Team at Edgemont. There was an enthusiastic turnout for the squad, and the team finished its first schedule with a 3-3 record. Lead players were Laurie Burton lfirst singlesl and Ronnie Klineman lthe team M.V.P.J. 5 BOYS' VARSITYfl.V. BASEBALL The 1978 Varsity Baseball Team finished a mediocre season with an 11-11 record. After Coach San Marco's team jumped out to a 4-0 start, a number of bad breaks were responsible for the leveling off of the slate. The team played well enough to be asked to Sectionals, but unfortunately lost in the opening round. Highlights for the season included a Taka Suzuki-lim Thorp combination no-hitter against Pleasantville. Another was Sophomore sensation Deece Hannigan's tying of the school's dou- ble record with five. Other stars were pitcher Adam Burrows with seven victories, Phil Bellissimo with two homeruns, and Pete Sileo with thirty-six consecutive stolen bases over a two year span. Mi' Row 1: M. Tracy, E. Sileo. Row 2: D. Deschamps, T. Bouza, P. Sileo, 1. Bertone, R. Henck. Row 3: P. Bellissimo, T. Sileo, D. Hannigan, A. Burrows. Row 4: T. Suzuki, V. Gilleonardo, l. Thorp, W. Stern, Coach SanMarco. 6 ' EM ' ' , ' ' ,f i 2 ..---AGP! . -' . t .sq-A ' . Ax W in . A h v ,. Q.. .- 'fra s W Q 3 'em ' trivia , " 'I . "We '. - - , 'g..,,,,g..,. The I.V. Baseball Team finished its season with below- par 7-9 record. Despite the record, the team was in every game, losing by not more than two runs in each game. This was mainly because of the inconsistent hitting of the team. The team could not support the superb pitching of P.j. Cosgrove and Mike Rosen who, along with lon Lewis, shared the pitching chores. The R.B.l. men, who got the hits when they counted most, were jamie Kornbluh and David Chao. For the long ball, one could always count on Ethan Burrows C1 H.R. and 3 triplesl. For the 1.V. team, no awards were given out, but the season accomplished its goal, which was to prepare the players for varsity ball. 0 4 , x Y ' . Yx li l .A . .. .MX-fs' . ,fi .. Row 1: B. Lowy, S. Weinstein, 1. Flower, M. Rosen, D. Chao, A. Crlickman, B. Lang, A. Weinstein. Row 2: Coach K Daggett, B. Franzino, I. Lewis, P. Hai " if E ' ' -. Cosgrove, L. Epperson, E. Burrows, M. l Metzner, A. Zizmor, 1. Strauss. Row 3: D. Panthen, S. Saren, P. Glass, C. Ryan, R. Matsuka, D. Caratozzolo, L. Weisman. tif' 7 Hatta, A. Davis, D. Duryea, Bruckenthal. Row 3: R Husney, G. Ackerman, M Alpert, Coach Miner, M Lammert, C. Lytton, M Capria. Row 1: M. Gonzalez, B. Bar- clay, B. Dworetzky. Row 2: C. E. VARSITY LACROSSE if-5-A a 135 8 R Last season's Lacrosse Team finished its season with an 8-7 record. The young squad started the season by winning its first three games, but then ran up against some tough teams who dampened the girls' hopes for an undefeated season. The team just barely missed the playoffs because of a controversial loss to Mamaroneck. Strong, aggressive play was provided by All-Association players Barbara Dworetzky and Robin Husney and by All- Association Honorable Mention player Michele Alpert. Freshman Carrie Hatta was impressive and appears to be a fine prospect for the future. At the end of the season, the team chose Robin Husney as the MVP. Spring of 1978 marked the last season for I.V. LACROSSE! GOLF Row 1: A. Reed, A. Morosini, A. Borg, M. Schacher, L. Markowitz. Row 2: R. Aubry, Levine, L. Peng, C. Kurtz. Last year, for the first time, Edge- mont was able to field a j.V. Lacrosse Team. After a shaky start, the team displayed an ability to work as a team and score goals. This young group looks to be an ex- cellent building block upon which to build a very strong Varsity in the next few years. Row 1: K. Flagg, L. Algiero, R. Wortman. Row 2: A. Goldstein, R. Ahlert, D. Doohan. M. Chang, H. Shifrin, M. Adler, L. Lammert. Row 3: Coach Miner, P. Riverso, A. Luria, I. Herb Undercoffler as coach of the Varsity Golf team. Unfortunately, the inexperienced squad was only able to register one win and one tie for its retiring coach. The bright spots of the schedule were the back to back matches with Briarcliff. In the first contest Edgemont was able to capture a tie, even though it was missing two starters. On the following day, with the team at full strength, Edgemont coasted past Briarcliff with a victory. The team's captain Senior Laura Algiero, enjoyed her best year ever in the num- ber one spot. The rest of the team was com- posed solely of underclassmen so next year's rookie coach will have a fine crop of golfers returning. 9 BOYS' VARSITY TRACK Row 1: L. Schon, W. Bastos, G. Erskine, C. Ghari, T. Nolan, B. Florio, T. Sunderland, C. Creel. Row 2: S. Post, A. Creel, Winograd, T. Kornbluh, F. Lichtenthal, I. Sciarra. Row 3: B. Schutze, R. Burns, N. Marchi, 1. Miller, M. Goldstoff, R. Shaw, I. Spitz, C. Lavoie. Row 4: T. Odell, A. Crow- der, J. Savarese, G. Poles, C. Zimmerman, D. Baumgarten, P. Forrest. Row 5: Coach Ross, A. Barney, S. Schmidt, M. Custer, I. Siegel, S. Cash. .vimw Unlike the past two seasons, this year's varsity track team fell short of its goal for a league championship. Yet despite the fact that this year's squad was small and inexperienced, the enthusiasm of the team did carry it to a third place finish in a very competitive W.l.C.C. South League. Although the team's performance was not outstanding, there were many fine individual efforts. Tom Nolan, while capturing the All League title in the mile walk, also broke the school record in that event. Pete Forrest won All League titles in the 880 and, teaming with Mike Hudes, Clip Erskine, and jim Nelson, also won the mile relay. 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'-,wire m f ttfff,srf.'t-et! fz.f'F.,f: t ..4 ffl JS. new ff' 3 at lfstfisfkf A 7 tl GIRLS' VARSITY TRACK -- june 1978 marked the end of the second season of the Edge- mont Girls' Track team, which was coached by Mike Barno. The team consisted of many fine athletes who helped the team in dif- ferent events. Among the long distance runners, Kim Flynn, Carolyn Schutze, lane Alexander and Lisa Levine all proved great assets to the team. In the discus event Kate Leven took first place at several meets. Both Linda Martello and Ami Weil received the most valuable player award for their athletic ability and team spirit. Although the record was not as good as the team had an- ticipated, much improvement and skill was gained by all. Losing only two seniors to graduation the girls' track team is looking forward to a very successful season in '79, 5 ' Row 1: Coach Barnow, C. Schutze, L. Toccafondi, M. Russo, S. Levine, I. Alex- ander, S. Shaw, D. johnson. Row 2: B. Reed, L. Vogel, K. Leven, I. Warshaw, L. Conklin, M. Auzan, C. Murphy, D. Huynh. Row 3: A. Einhorn, K. Flynn, G. Golod, K. Stanley, R. Green, S. Tavasani, B. Osborne. Row 4: A. Fichter, S. Niren- berg, H. McDonald, M. Tramontine, L. Martello, A. Weil, C. Holmes. ESB' .YM itll fl y N A 11 lf g5g.:12f3,,frf ' FIDDLER ON THE Roof up front. . . FUDDLER QN THE Rear Pl FIDDLER behind the scenes YOU' RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN SENIOR CARNIVAL "?"""'llnq 9 ww.. WNQZTH xx QKWY: ff' DONKEY BASKETBALUCUTDOOR CONCERT L-1 SENIOR BREAKFAST J' ..., , ...l .- E AW Ros DAYXCUM LA DE i David Lefkowitz, School Spirit, Barbara Dworetzky, Scholar-Athlete, jordan Thaler, Mr. Edgemontp Ellen Friedman, Miss Edgemontg Brian McDonald, Scholar-Athlete. l Courtesy of the Scarsdale Inquirer AK w .N -f ' fau- Row 1: L. Eskay, D. Winograd,1. Leven, B. Dworetzky, A. Burrows, I. Stern. Row 2: E. Friedman, H. Mantis, B. Crystal, M. laffe, L. Laubich, D, Schacher, L. Schon, R. Wise. 19 1 XM It x ' 1 1 SENIOR PROM 1978 4 x X 1: ix SH ' Q in A,9L ,V as xii 'R ' M Lwtf! 20 9 fa? Ill:-'fi Af- W- "f-HM inuf. gn a ix Q 1 GRADUATION 1978 Chgemuut high Svchuol hraremalr, firm Sark Grahuation Exercises fifunnhg- Serunh Pmmxnl fllnmmsnremrni jndap Chzning mum 23, 1978 7:00 9.51. i I ,+- . .M 4u':.:i.ix7- .h .lx ,mf ,., , , Q iQ I.,-Q., X Steven Friedman Amy Gellman james Griffith james Hayter Susanne Hermann Layne Hudes Miriam jaffe Richard Kalb Neil Khaner Chi Kim jonathon Klein Thomas Kornbluh Hobart Carnegie Mellon Drew Cornell Univ of Maryland Unlv of Pennsylvania Ya e Univ of Hartford Franklin 84 Marshall Yue Hua Woman s Univ Middlebury Trlnlty Karl Lammert . . .SUNY-Sullivan County C.C jennifer Landesman ....... William Smith Kevin Lang ............ Northwestern Harry Langer . . Univ. of Southern California Lori Laubich ............... Brown David Lefkowitz ......... Northwestern jane Leven ............ . . Wesleyan james Lewis . . ............ 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