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Page 12 text:
If Fieldston's students have
ever needed encouragement to pur-
sue their social arts, this committee
has supplied the occasions for all
to charm and be charmed. For
dancers with vigor and endurance
who didn't care to lindy, the Folk
Dance was inaugurated. And for
those anxious to forget midyears,
there was a Winter Carnival. The
chef d'oeuvre of these versatile
planners was the elaborate Com-
mencement Dance, held, if not in
Madison Square Garden, at least in
spacious Fieldston School. Hope
Finney and Gail Karsh led the
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COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMITTEE
"May youth by service nobler grow."
Here the Fieldston students grew, if only
callouses, from stapling pledge cards. Led by
Millie Rapp and Steve Shapiro, the mem-
bers of the Community Service Committee
gave aid, both directly and financially, to
agencies in the New York area and more
lately to the entire country. Some planned
ways to help the Indians of the West, while
the Saturday morning Riverside teams ride
herd on the West Side Indians here at home.
CURRENT EVENTS CLUB
Besides displaying cryptic notes on bul
letin boards, the Current Events Club under
took the vital task of deciding how certair
countries should proceed with foreign af
fairs. The fact that many world transaction:
went contrary to the club's rulings only in
fused a spark of suspense and vigorous de
bate into meetings. Meanwhile, to enlighter
those who read the news no further that
the headlines, this club and its chairmen
Ira Hammerman and Kord Lagemann, pro
vided films and speakers for the entire school
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HOCKEY Top Rout-Left to Right-Kathy Friend, Judy
Dolger, Virginia Galton, Barbara Friedberg, Ellie Rosenberg,
Stephanie Heyman, Ann Meyer, Caroline Legerman, Toni
Halpern, Liz Scott, joy Weinman, Dodie DeWan, Emily Kass,
Peri Pike, Nina Zasorin, Joan Kramer, Carol Lipson, Coach
"l.tswin!" was the magic cheer that
resounded from Pats Kats, undefeated this
year, at the start of each game. The Friday
practices which made them so proficient at
the art of dribble and drive were mostly
spent receiving passes from the footballers 6
sharing the field. Wlieti night descended,
the ever-lamented need for a phosphorescent '
ball Cor, better still, playerj was evident.
Co-captain Jeannie S. was seen to dribble
down the field apparently without the ball,
while the other captain, Ellie W., cheered
her on, shouting, "Thats the way, Peril"
Friendly post-game snacks with their
opponents were superceded by a private
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Pat Katzenstein. Middle Row-Ann Stein, Eve Katz, Julie
Adams, Lucy Oppenheimer, Ruth Neubauer, Hilary Halpern,
Bobbie Fisher, Beverly Carter, Elaine Kotlar, Margot Piore,
Carolyn Adams, Terry Long, Betty Mermelstein. Bottom Row
-Ellie Wimpfheimer, Jean Senegas, Co-Captains.
At the moment when over two hundred
Fieldston rooters saw the victorious soccer
team jubilantly carry Coach Alton Smith off
the Woodmere field, the hooters had just
won the M. A. A. P. S. championship for
the second straight year. Of fourteen games.
the "47 Minute Men", as Smitty dubbed
them, had produced ten victories, two ties,
and two defeats. Besides the captains, Don
" Borut and Richie Price, this dynamic soccer
team featured such versatile athletes as full-
backs Lew Goldman and Roger Hertz and
linemen Eric "the Nord" Craven, Rich
Levien, and Allan Shedlin, all of whom con-
tributed to present Smitty with his third
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taste of Coach Pat K's famous jelly dough-
nuts after the season.
SOCCER TEAM Top Row-Left to Right-John Friedman,
Ken Newborg, Tom Fisher, Mark Kalik, Bob Liss, Pete Her-
man, Ray Neubauer, jim Lubetkin, Alton Smith, Coach, Dave
Stephenson, Tim Williams, Henry Felt, Arthur Miller, Ronald
Ruiz, Harold Freedman, Danny Coren, Mike Friedman, Ass't
Manager. Middle Row-Steve Lewis, Mark Walker, Louis
Championship since he came to Fieldston.
Livingston, Philip Koundakiian, Larry Levine, Lewis Goldman,
Richie Price, Don Borut, Co-Captains, Eric Craven, Roger
Hertz, Richard Levien, Allan Shedlin, Richard Yudell, Richard
Rosenfeld, Manager. Bottom Row-Steve Zorn, jon Ostriker,
Peter Meyer, Jon Black, Allan Borut, Bob Berson, Bob Speiser,
Dan Bouchara, Bob Kheel, David Rosen, joe Small, Richard
Goldstone, Joel Perlman.
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A fruitless search for members marked
this year for the Library Committee. In vain
did its public relations man, Rachel Blau
1 also the chairmanb, plaster printed ads
around school. "There is only one Library
Committee, ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTESV'
a notice proclaimed. "And only one mem-
ber," added a Fieldston humorist. Yet, while
exchanging the popular mob scene for a
more modest type of meeting, this commit-
tee of four effectively assisted Mr. Mann, its
advisor, in the choice of new library books.
If the fog of our Monday morning-itis
is oft'times dispelled by the stirring words
of a prominent speaker or by a film whose
innate fascination compensates for the sleep-
producing darkness of the auditorium, it is
through the noble efforts of this committee.
The parade of Sheiks and Prime Ministers
which has greeted us at assemblies was the
result of committee meetings in which the
mirth produced by the antics of the chaii-
men, Nat Kwit and Toni Halpern, was no
less stimulating than were the assemblies
From the ambitious title of
this group, one might gather that
among the varied tasks of the Field-
ston student government is one of
attending to the need of foreign na-
tions. On the contrary, the students,
recognizing their own needs to
learn in more detail about the rest
of the world, have found here the
opportunity. Choosing Israel as a
pilot project, the committee, chaired
by Ginny Galton and Lynn Good-
win, became experts on the coun-
try's problems. An informal talk
with an Israeli student added ro
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