Highland Park High School - Little Giant Yearbook (Highland Park, IL)

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A , -,Y -- W . f -Q3-l UIDR WA: T? . ' fin .1 -,f Seniors Seniors were really Eamest, sincere, and hard- working this year-until second semester, that is. On Senior Work-Day, for example, students diligently wielded broom and pail against an absolutely filthy Highland Park. Seniors also devoted their time, energy, and bad spelling to "Synothe Times," a stunts show that was truly newsworthy. No matter how Swift the year, there were certain obstacles which even the grade-grubbingest seniors could not overcome. Seniors courageous enough to take E9 and E10 found themselves becoming sick over symptom-disease themes and reactionary over pro- gressively organized papers. Biology students were ribbed about their continuous association with a bunch of pigs. Nevertheless, most seniors survived. Senior Class Officers STANDING: Jill Janows KSec'y.D, Bonnie Beckerman CSoc. Chrmn.J, Bob Nachman fVice-Pres,J, Ross Pascal Treas. Mrs. Cardinal f L fSponsorJ. SITTING: Mike Siegel CPres.J. Senior Class Executive Board BACK ROW: Peter Jacobs, Phil Dixon, Les Bider, Jim Black. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Camporeale, Sheryl Soifer, David Marx, Patti Crewdson. BOTTOM ROW: Jan Hal- perin, Elyse Schneiderman, Ellen Siegel, Kathy Steele. ABSENTEES: Carl Lipshultz, Nate Resnick, Mark Zim- mett, Alice Lowe, Jan Van Arsdale, Nancy Zimler, Ellen Holland. Bob Luskin Francie Joseph Stuart Stein Alice Finston Harvard Book Award Pat Floyd Award Brown Book Award D.A.R. Award Senior Honors Vational Merit Semifinahlsts EACK ROW: Peggy White, Bob Nachman. THIRD , OW: Lee Paskind, Bob Luskin, Peggy Jacobs, Sheri Bortz, Phil Dixon, Sue Wolf. SECOND ROW: Caryl Heymann, Ken Spector, Lynne Bemabei, Jenny Tay- lor. FRONT ROW: Laura Metzger, Kathy Vehe, Donna Wetzler. National Honor Societ fl BACK ROW: Scott Addison, Michael Siegel, Gordon Wolf, Darryl Bronson, Jon Kalan, Ross Pascal, Mark Zimmett, Rick Schuster, David Inlander, Jeff Finke. MIDDLE ROW: Phil Dixon, Mike Klein, Pat Kelly, Bob Luskin, Michael Margeson, Bob Nachman, Stuart Stein, Myles Falkof, Mike Collins, Ken Siiector, Nate Resnick. FRONT ROW: Barry Russell, Ken B ock, Dave Eppstein, Bob Dolgin, Joe Tobin, Jon Gell, Mike Franks, Dave Marx, Dan Shapiro, Leon Zar. ABSENT: Jerome Horowitz. National Honor Society BACK ROW: Janis Wanserski, Ginger Moss, Matilda Lad- urini, Laurie Eisenschiml, Deborah Dubach, Ilene Meyers, Jane Kirchheimer, Victoria Schwartz, Jane Fucik, Patricia Barr, Francie Joseph, Lisa Fosbender, Marcia Zucker, Dede Rau. MIDDLE ROW: Alice Lowe, Cheri Nustra, Donna Wetzler, Margy Gordon, Wendy Herzog, Robin David, Richetta Iovino, Laura Metzger, Lynne Bernabei, Jill Stein, Lynn Reisler, Sheri Bortz, Susan Wolf, Janet Van Arsdale. FRONT ROW: Amy Goldman, Judy Konowitz, Alice Fin- ston, Kathy Morris, Beth Moses, Jill Janows, Debby Klein- man, Harriet Gold, Denne Babbin, Marilyn Scher, Jenny Taylor, Jennifer Fell, Wendy Nora, Susan Madian. AB- SENT: Caryl Heymann, Karen Nussbaum, Joan Goodwin, Lynda Martin, Marcia Murray, Deborah Hoeff. 15 Charles Allderdice Larry Allmendinger Steven Alpert Judith Armstrong Deborah Asher Sharon Atlas Denne Babbin Patrick Baker Andrea Aberman Myra Abernathy Scott Addison Rose Mary Albert Patricia Barr Lynne Barras Terry Baker Howard Ballenger Robert Barancik Bruce Bamow The Graduates- Class of '68 "You great big hunk of man, you." Karen Bernstein Simon Bernstein Dayle Bershad john Beslow Judith Barrington Iames Bartholomew Adileno Bauce Nancy Bauden Lauren Baum Bonny Beckerman Susan Berger Gabriel Berlin Lynne Bernabei William Bernardi Adrien Bembaum Bartley Berngard Leslie Bider Hollis Bimbaum Gail Bixby James Black James Blacker Suzanne Blinn Joyce Block Kenneth Block Audrey Bloom Fabian Bloom W "' ' 32 Qwf "They shall splash at a ten-league canvas with brushes of comet's hair." Rudyard Kipling Stephan Bortolotti Sheri Bortz Alan Blumenthal Cathleen Boilini Suzanne Bolinger Jill Borinstein Susan Brodsky Darryl Bronson Carey Brown Ilise Brown William Brown Emma Brunini Klaus Brux Carry Burman Nicholas Campbell Michael Camporeale Lucian Cecchi Senior Revelry . . . Lynda Cervettl Mary Cervetti Ronald Chapman Merle Charak Diane Chausow Debra Christensen Karen Clausing "This is the part of the job that l like Laurence Coff Susan Cohen Michael C:0llSiIl Charles Crane James Cole Michael Collins James Conway Margaret Conway Irene Crovetti James Crowley Joyce Dal Ponte Eugenia Danakas Seniors make merry "I love Mom, apple pie, and Lou Silversteinf' David Crane Patricia Crewdson Angela D,Astici Nancy Daugheri ty Robin David William Dawes Paul de la Llama Mimi Demma Luigi De Rose Susan De Vroeg Mark Diamond Robert Dick ,-.Alf Seniors Create . . . if A sf 5 Jeanne Digani Philip Dixon fr? Sandra Dobrikin Robert Dolgin "President Johnson didn't like this portrait either Lynn Doner wh af? Sheila Draft Deborah Dubach Pamela Duman David Eppstein Bennett Epstein Richard Dungjen Laurel Eisenschiml Lenore Eisenschiml David Elstrom Dale Ettinger Myles Falkof Ralph Feldstein Jennifer Fell Glen Fineman Belle Fingold jeffrey Finke Lyle Fox Gladys Frankel James Finnegan ,. Allce Finston Leslie Fischberg Michael Franks Sandra Freeman Steven Flshman Toren Flink Steven Fried john Friedberg Francigene Fortunato Lisa Fosbender Jonathan Friedman Robert Friedman 23 Susan Friedman "Attention please: This is a broom." Peter Frye Jane Fucik Judith Fuente Jonathan Gell Stephen Georgevich Susan Gaines Hector GBFCIH Brian Gerber Sandra Ceringer Margaret Carrington Walter Gatto Paulee Geiderman Deborah Geier Senior Work-Day Ronald Giangiorgi Martha Gibson wi "All right you guys, we're gonna pull this job off my way. See?" Cary Glaser Mark Glass Harriet Gold Suzanne Goldberg Amy Goldman Gleda Goldsholl Ted Goldsmith James Goldstein Edwin Gomez Richard Good Joan Goodwin Margaret Gordon Robert Gottlieb Forrest Grant Nancy Greenebaum E. RlCkl Gross R1chard Grossman Susan Gunders Ian Halperin Steven Halperin Senior Extra Sharyl Halpem Marc Handelman john Hauschild Ronald Haygood Janet Harris Jeffrey Harris Ronna Harris J. Stephen Hartman "The Professionals" o o Curricular Acfivlhes Bonnie Hermey Martha Herzog Wendy Herzog Caryl Heymann Debbie Hillman Marna Hinde Catherine Hines Scott Hirtenstein Holly Heim Kathy Heller Irll HOCklDg Edward Hoffman James Hennig James Hensgen Valree Hoffman Ellen Holland Bill Holliday Kerry Holmes Jerome Horwitz Martin Howard Cathy Huebner Terrence Illes Jerome Ince David Inlander Jerry Inman Richetta Iovino "Dear Lord, please make little Johnny well again." Michelle Jacks E. Jan Jacobs Joyce Jacobs Peggy Jacobs The Making of Prom '67 Lee Joseph Steven Kadden Peter Jacobs Deborah Jacobson Bonnie Kagan E. Sue Kahnweiler Jonathan Kalan Jill Janows Demetra Johns Lawrence Kaplan Roger Keen Mark Kellner Loren Johnson Frances Joseph Jane Kirchheimer Norman Kirsch Lisa Kleckner Donald Klein Patrick Kelly Kathleen Kilkenny James Koch Ellen Koenigsberg Linda Klein Michael Klein Deborah Kleinman n Catherine Knell Cruise Down 5-'CIC Judith Konowitz Marc Konsler Wendy Komick C. Greg Kraft Robert Kramsky Gregory Kravltt "Psst! When was the last time you shaved?" Shelley Kreiter Ildiko Kristof Carol Kronenberger Deborah Kugler Bourbon Street Nancy Kutner Matilda Ladurini Craig Lang Rodney Langlois Joan Lepp Leslie Lerman Michelle Levin David Levine John Larson Dennis Lazar Joanne Lederman Michael Lee Paul Lehman Mark Leopold '67 Prom Court: Debbie Asher, Francie Joseph, Tor- rie Flink, Steve Steinberg, '66 Prom King, Cathy Boi- lini, '67 Prom Queen, Bobby Crovetti, '67 Prom King, Jane Rappaport, '66 Prom Queen, Mike Margeson, Barry Solk. Absent: Peter Frye. 31 "Quickl Somebody change the record." Lloyd Lowinger Robert Luskin Carl Lipschultz Kathleen Lisowski -A Deborah Loeff Hollis Logan H, Charles Louer Alice Lowe Michael Levy jerry Lewis Richard Lieberman Bradley Lind 32 Judith Maccabee Susan Madlan The Promised Night Richard Manning Michael Margeson I Thomas Magnus Jacqueline Man Samuel Manfredini Marc Mangel Andrew Marks Barbara Marks Wendy Marks Lynda Martin "There is a house in New Orleans C? David Marx Patricia Massa James Mauck Jeffrey Mayer Michael McCarty Donald Mmm, Senior English attracts all kinds-by force Dennis McDonald Barbara McG1vem Pamela McHenry Robert Metzger Ilene Meyers Dale Mcjunkin Robert McLaughlin Barbara Mendelson Cathy Michaels Steven Miller Virgima Mesirow Laura Metzger Catheryn Milligan Natalie Millington "There's one in every class." Cheryl Mordini Ellsworth Mills Kasia Mintch Keevan Morgan Mikiko Moriya Terry Moroney Kathy Mitchell Michele M. Beth Moses Virginia Moss Thomas Mueller Jo Ann Munn john Morris L v Monti Kathy Morris Marcia Murray Robert N achrnan Joseph N anini Kathryn Nathan Barbara Neiman Adele Netzer Ceil Neumann Carla Newman ,-l "Nobody movel I lost a contact. Leslie Newman Robert Newman Cheryl Nustra Cynthia Nuutinen Cathy Nissen Wendy Nora Susan Nordendale Karen Nussbaum an Lynn Nysted Stephen Omolecki Frances Padorr Barbara Pahlke John Park Senior Togefherness Ross Pascal Lee Paskind Fred Piacenza ' Kathy Pi1llfS William Plouff "The Dirty Dozen" James Pielet Joseph Pieracci Anthony Pieroni Corrado Pighetti 37 lifw 1:1 The Highland Park Liberation Front Seniors manage to spend their ' spare time profitably Charles Podall Jill Poggioli David Price Robert Price Yvette Prizant Catherine Poppe Stephen Preskill Peter Rankin Dorothy Rau Dan Rector I. Veme Reich 38 David Rade Lynn Reisler, Nathan Resnick David Reuben Leslie Richards William Richards Marcia Riskin Robert Ritholz 'Q "You masher, you!" June Rizzolo Carol Robbins Gary Rogahner Ronald Rosedale Daniel Rosenberg J. Michael Rogan John Ronan Carmel Rosa A. john Rosalini 39 Sharon Rubin Barrett Russell -Sw H' Stephen Sadin Susan Salbert "Only six more touchdowns and we'l1 have it clinched, boys!" K x Susan Salita Caprice Salvador Peter Santl Jane Rosenberg Ralph Rothfelder Michael Sarkady Sharon Sasch Sylvia Scalabrini Barbara Schaeppi Charles Sarkady Marilyn Scher Paul Schiff Senior Spirit Never Falfers Robert Schlesinger Richard Schnadig David Schneider Linda Schneider Judy Schwieger Mary Scully Michael Sedik John Seelig Susan Sclmeider Elyse Schneidennan Ronald Schoenstadt Sharrie Schrimmer Alane Schuster Richard Schuster Linda Schwartz Victoria Schwartz Gail Schwarz Eugene Schwieger Alone at Work Chronicles of the Life and Times of Harvey Friedman" Carole Serbin Daniel Shapiro Donna Sheahen Julia Shelton JoAnn Shimizu Ann Shlnderman William Skinder Suzanne Slawin Robert Smith Deborah Soglin Sheryl Soifer Barry Solk Ellen Siegel Howard Siegel Michael Siegel John Simons Sue Solomon William Southerton Anita Spanier Glen Sparks Ilene Meyers takes over the night shift to meet the moming deadline. Kenneth Spector James Speyer Thomas Spitz Mark Spiwak Kathy Steele Jill Stein Martin Stein Stuart Stein Sharon Stem Peter Sternberg Rita Stipe Anne Stoddard Sandra Swanberg Margaret Sweeney Beverly Stone Nancy Streicker Pamela Stubenvoll Ann Suber Seniors claim responsibility Jane Tamam L. Michael Taradash Jenny Taylor Janet Van Arsdale Joan Van Arsdale Gall TaZ1Oll Darrell Temple Danny Thompson Kathryn Vehe Roberto Velasco Joseph Tobm Deborah Tyrrell Jane Venturini Jean Venturini Jonathan Victor Francisco Villaflor Mark Wacholder John Waltzek .1-0 Kay Weinstock Pamela Weiss Donna Wetzler Peggy White Clyde Whitman Alison Wien Michael Wild Gary Williams "You're sure your name is E. Bock?" Janis Wangerski E. Jeffrey Weinstein 45 ,W If iii? Joan Wilson Ronald Winkler Lois Winters Com' Wolf June 13, 1968 Marcia Wolf Susan Wolf Jean Yaffe Dicky Yee Leslie Zak Leon Zar Raymond Zelke Nancy Zimler Mark Zimmett The End Marcia Zucker ABSEN TEES Thomas Benke Jeffrey Bennett Paula Caldarelli Charles Collins Roger Cortesi Robert Crovetti Jack Donahue Vicki Factor Ralph Gertz C. Michael Gibbons Howard Goldstone John Hensley John Hinthom Philip Kupperman James Lahvic Mary Ann Lazaretti Jo Ann Mednick Susan Naiditch Debra Pennish Daniel Pilurs Michael Rogan Katherine Ryan Robert Sanders Victoria Scomavacco George Shelton William Sherwood Raymond Skomurski Robert Swartz Gilbert Tognarelli Jonathan Whitehjll David Underwood John Yong Bennett Wolf M Q 1 2 Senior Ballot Class Clowns Dale Ettinger, Terry Baker . 1 C X 4 r 1 fa ne . ' Al W . '1 Cutest Couple Class Arguers Jan Jacobs, Mark Zimmett Bev Cassai, Craig La Biggest Eaters Brad Lind, Sue Kahnweil Cutest Smiles Ken Block, Ginger Moss l The People 's Choice Most Sophisticated Bob Metzger, Yvette Prizant fi' 'Fax ? Q ' Class Loafers JoAnn Mednick, Bennett Wolf Best Physique!Figure Chip Mills, Cathy Boilini Most Talented Jill Stein, Dan Shapiro 49 g , st A Most leadership Karen Nussbaum, Mike Margeson Most Drag with Teachers Bob Luskin, Lynne Bemabei Wolf!Flirt t Steve Alpert, Karen Bemstei W '68 Precincts Reporfinj Prfamest Eyes . Most Athletic Mlke Levy' Nancy Zmlef can Bixby, chip Mn Politics Win Out Most Likely to Succeed Bob Luskin, Jill Stein Class Gum Chewers Jim Mauck, Dale Ettinger Best Dressed Peter Jacobs, Yvette Prizant Most School Spirit Ginger Moss, Ross Pascal 51 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 52 una new ,. ,, ,-.-I-kv' be 4 . RR F,-3. . x - ' ,,f,,, . 5-. fi , ..,':ff" . V - f ' 19-- , - . . .f , ,.,. . . A-., , ' grv-g'fFf?'!. -. ,fy-Lf-!'Q1"'-',9'2' " o' '1-,+.1x--.f .I : I . , . . 1 ' Q 4 . . - rg.-. I - ' ' 1 , , I. :-" 4.L...g-wus, ...H , N 1 ,,. , -n .'r. - 1 A. 'FSF 'fiff-b f 1 . 4 ri "' . 4- . . . i p- , . A 1 'n 'bfslg , 1,11 V. -N. .I .wbvll . Q . N 1 1 5 - I. . 53 BACKROW: Tom Winter, Rick Melvoin, Peg Lansman, Bob Kahn. THIRD ROW: Harry Pascal, Carole Flax, ,Terry Sherman, SECOND ROW Jan Vyn, Lorra Rudman, Mark fSheikD Zivin, Patty Ratajczyk. FRONT ROW: Marty johnson, Carla Steiger, Debby Saltiel. NOT PIC TURED: Bob Dubroff, Ron Tar- son, john Mussio, Stacy Shepard, Sandy Shanken. OFFICERS Csee rightjz Debbie Redman fSecretaryb, Margie Morrison Nice-Presidentb, Jan Larson CTreasurerJ, Peggy Mayer lS0cial Chairmanl, jim Krauss CPresidentD. if s BB he f f. I NN? Q ff, gi' These are the heads . . . All year the junior class was buzzing with activity. Their first production was the publication of Buzz Book which, as usual, was put out by a hard cored few. The final result was excellent, there was nothing phony about it. The junior class sailed in for another victory during homecoming weekend when their nine-foot LBJ float won first prize in the float contest. Prom, of course, was even better than promised . . . Ears to the Juniors! Q . 2 5, ? ,Q :X we q nm A ' 1 156 53, "n'r t , t t --me . -. H, , gmt E Qt, ,r it is ' M o ,ta , Qi k-.V figziggzgf X A' R' at if v - - ,f .. , 1, A . . sg fgsg, el Y Rex 54 JF George Abrahams, Geri Abrams, john Adler, Ianet Albert, Larry Albert, Guy Alchon, Erol Altay, Margie Altman, Bruna Amidei. Bruce Amsterdam, Diane Anderson, Mar- tha Andres, Lawrence Anspach, Pam Arch- er, Beth Arvey, Alison Baker, Steve Baker, Thomas Baker. Janet Baldrey, Ed Ballis, Brent Bandalin, Pat Bannister, Marilyn Barmash, Cheryl Bamhart, Margo Baron, Tina Barr, Suzie Barrettsmith, Bob Barrington, Kathy Bartoni, Howard Bateman, Carey Bay, Greg Beaudin, And- rea Beck, Barb Bennett, Wendy Berliant, Sandra Berlin. Peggy Bernard, Candy Bemardi, Jim Ber- nardi, Marilyn Bernardi, Wilma Bernardi, Larry Bernay, Gail Bernstein, Jon Bem- stein, Nancy Bertram. Sam Bertucci. Kathy Bettanin, Jay Bielert, Barbara Bierut, Sara Bindas, Jennifer Blinn, Beth Block, Marc Blumenthal, Sandra Blumenthal. 1 Marj Bobbins, Ginny Bogart, Debbie Bo- gert, Mikki Bohn, Gail Bortolotti, Laurie Bowers, Tom Bradley, Les Brand, Judy Brandonisio. Jim Brinkman, Beth Broday, Mark Brower, Arnold Brown, Cheri Brown, Dorothy Brown, Mike Buckley, Barb Burchall, Wayne Burman. Susan Burriss,Jann Burten,Bruce Cabri, Gail Cabri, Joel Cahn, Paul Caldarelli, Wendy Caplin, Mike Carasik, Elizabeth Cardenas. Jack Caringello, Richard Casler, Peter Cerf, Thomas Cerf, Donna Cervetti, Marc Chal- fen, David Chamberlin, Alan Chausow, Liz Cheresh. M .,., H.. ,, l 'fi ,,-: 2, , ' S f 4, m f , . , A f- - ,, A, A' ' I r f N - Sli: i S 4. 'V C V . "M fa' ' S, . A R. , aaa xt P cf' f.w,,if s. .- 22.9. ' iffy -c1291 --vi 1 . , W ' 'ft ' , . 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In Mi K . f - -- 'X' Sinai, -ii1, , " i '-Q ' qs :fs , ' 1 F of r wi, V. ,R . " ' ., .- 5 ,, " N ' 'ti i i hxl'-f M ' I ' 3 ' if W . it Lk ! J i . ij ,.,, Bai a ri A . , fi. N t'iin X S J m ieii i c f- . 1- . J 2 K vs' M , .0 ew- . l- th are f ' ' W' -v 5 9 f 'f - :A A .I ,gj V V 'W if iw' BV, any ' 3 Q' rarr ' . .J . liiflisbf ' , 1 As, V MW ge, , ' " Pam Chess, Jon Chester, Carrie Cianchetti, Michael Cimmarusti, Deborah Clarke, Bruce Cohen, Mike Cohn, Jim Conway, Ruth Cook. Ed Corin, Bob Corsini, Don Cowgill, Pete Crane, Steven Cucchiaro, Don Curtiss, Richard Dadisman, Don Dal Ponte, Linda Danaj. Leon Danke-r, Julie Dean, Jim Devery, Linda De Vroeg, Steve Diamond, Richard Dillard, Margo Di Lorenzo, Joan Dobkin, Jim Dodd. Bob Doppelt, Darlene Dransfeldt, Dennis Druktenis, Robert Du Broff, Ray Durant, Cara Durschlag, Jody Earhart, David Edel- stein, Richard Eis. Chuck Eisner, Howard Eldridge, Art Elliott, Lance Ellmann, Daniel Engel, David En- strom, Karen Epton, Sandy Esserman, Hal Ettinger. Terri Fabbri, Jeff Farkas, Denise Fams- worth, Jeff Feldman, Jill Felsenthal, Bob Fenchel, Raelene Feraldo, Robby Ferrari, Dave Finch. Hal Fischer, Randy Fishleder, Steve Fish- man, Jean Fitzsimon, Carole Flax, Janet Fleischmann, Barbara Font, Linda Font, Maria Fontana. 55 .Q V .,, 1 .,k:V , VV ,Lv .K,, , g , , 2 TE Bob Forgan, jessica Forman, Mike Fortu- ' ,H X it paw S 41575 'if Vg ,V 3145 I nato, Vickie Fosbender, Barb Frank, Marcy I " - yy I, v L x Q, Frank, Karen Franzel, Tom Freedman, I ' t I " l A , Michelle Freeman. Q, my nf , at - - wif " ' ,- 5 . 2 , E i ,, ,, , , ,.W . rlr A'rL , Jane Friedman, Ann Friesem, Bonnie Frpst, ,,mQ,.9 PM , g Af' V ' i 1, 1 f 'if ' ' M W Don Fuller, Ronald Furth, Ricky Gans, it ' " 4 4 ' Q 322, W ,is gf: f 5 Scott Garland, Bob Garling, Kathy Garling, j - 9' m i" 'i" ' A Q sw f -F i V f Ga it sf: : . ' . ,' ' P ' F ' ' ' 'iai' - , , .1 QA V71 ' .I ,su V . A. ,-5 A , , .1 ,,, , Mike Garner, Mark Garrity, Frank Gatto, T ' gm. ' liig i , ft K 'fi-,J . G . Chad Gettleman, Connie Giallanza, Jim Q, " ti 'ly jj ' - I Q j I V' X i Gibbons, Edward Gietl, Dave Gilman, " V, Y , nj - E ' Terry Cips, A r " V . , fs " ' Tw . Q., .3533 . ,, lt,, K, V , , . ik , Scott Glabman, Daryl Glassman, Sue Gla- 1 i J 3 A A 5' ,N L gi , V qi 3 A l V V l zer, Penny Glick, David Glickman, Robert 1 ' 5 ' f is , I W J' ,fl ' Glueck, Harry Goldsholl, Elon Goldstein, . nil f ' . ft B' , Beverly Goodall. Q' ' F ' ,, ' l " V ' - 1 ., ' Mi. 1 , " f 1 X , 5 fl Q ' 5 i . ii '. L' Y f .1 M, 2 2 X , , 1 . Juniors go down in history . . . and in English .. NX S . . . And as his eyes fall upon his history notes . . . maybe he better pick up his eyes. . - 5. 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Paul Morris, Margie Morrison, Barb Moses, Rozzi Moss, John Mussio, Frank Nardomar- ino, Emie Nathan, Walter Nathan, Bonnie Nelson. Julie Nerini, Robin Neuburger, Pat New- ton, Peter Nicholson, Kim Niederman, Phyllis Noble, Nancy Novit, Nick Nustra, Tom O'Donovan. one more June-year to go .x .. K f F E ll' ' ' V Lk Q ' 5, Marlene Oliff, Andrew fe 'f 1 W " .4 gg '61 Q- Olmsted, Jeff Olshan, Ster - ' -- P , -2 we-P. -rs K Q "- f ven Olson, Russ Omens. L L 5, P' -K' H X 3. . John Oppenheimer, Dave , -t , AE' Ori, Dennis Ori, Sergio . , K . 7 , On, Yolanda Ori. M, :L - 15. "Mtn, 5512 " Q, , , , 4 '22 H it s 2 Q gi ' J 5 ,jjj 2 1,71 ' K f A " ,H 1 ati -"s 3. K K' - -V ,Q , , Leah Orloff,DeannaPack, 1 Tl 'XC' Nancy Padorr, Chuck Q Q Page, Marc Palay. ,:z'f' Y i t ss" K X ,E g 5 "1 - ,Kg KK We K 4: K , 'K ' Elizabeth Palmer, Marilyn if k W A X "X Panter, Harry Pascal, Sue i - ' if ' w e K - L, Patterson, Howard Paul. L - 3 if .. 1' s. . X U. ...K f .3 . 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Q 'B 7- 5 3 ' -, .- 'raw f 7 XM 4 'P .2 7 . ..L f gs 3 ' 'J 60 Judy Ragir, Patty Ratajczyk,Carol Rathsam, Rob Ratner, George Redfield, Debbie Red- man, Bob Reif, John Reitmeyer, Peggy Richland. Mark Richmond, Jose Rivera, Jill Rodgers, Shelley Rodin, Chris Rolle, Ronny Romitti, Cary Root, Randy Rose, Lori Rosen. Judy Rosenbaum, Mark Rosenbaum, Joel Rosenblit, Jonathan Rosenblum, Dan Rosenhouse, Mark Rosenstein, Dennis Ross, Ricky Rubenstein, Robert Rubin. Lorra Rudman, Louise Ruekberg, Janet Ru- witch, Chris Sabold, Lee Sachnoff, George Sachs, Marc Sager, Debbie Saltiel, Michael Salzman. Bill Santello, Rich Santi, Roger Santi, Cliff Saper, Bob Scalabrini, Gordon Schaeppi, Reknae Schaffner, Dennis Schenk, Janet Sc ' . Linda Schmidt, Marlon Schneider, Pat Sch- walbach, Judy Schwandt, Ron Schwarz, Viv gigagl, Curt Selz, Elissa Senescu, Jacalyn an . Sandy Shanken, Stacy Shepard, Jeremy Sherman, Jill Sherman, Keith Sherony, Robin Shoemaker, Judy Shure, Claudia Shutan, Lynn Siegel. Steve Sie el, Leona Sigman, Joey Signorio, Laurie Siliierman, Dave Simons, Bob Slee- manii Lynn Slowinski, Gene Smith, Laurel Smit . Cindy Snyder, Michael Soper, Shelley Spark, Jeffrey Spitz, Linda Spitz, Daniel Splett, Carla Steiger, Barb Stein, Kenny Stein. Janet Stephenson, Jeff Stern, Lynn Stem, Larry Stemberg, Rich Stockdale, Jeff Stoll- man, Ilene Stone, John Stransky, John Straus. Pete Suber, Beth Sweeney, Karen Swine- hart, Jim Syme, Ron Tarson, Cathy Tasner, John Tatar, Guy Tazioli, Lynne Tickes. .A X Busy Signal! 'E ,1 S i we , , NOT PICTURED Gregory Ansorg Bruna Brugioni Deborah Coleman Anthony Coletta Mark Zivin, Stan Zoller, Sandy Zuker. Joe Donahue Ioan Edwards Deborah Gherardini Edward Clover Douglas Havel Linda Jones Dolly Koopman Gloria Lazzaretto Mia Lucente Laura Masters Rich Turchi, Jim Turco, Martha Turk, Mary Ann Ugolini, Richard Ugolini, Michelle Vallez, Mary Vena, Terry Vena, Dwight Venell. Margo Vetter, Barb Vittenson, Eugene Vogds, Janice Vyn, Sandie Waas, Gary Wait, Pam Waldman, Joanne Wallace, Liza Wa.x. Dennie Weigal, Ricky Weil, Penny Weil, Debbie Weinberg, loan Weinress, Nan Weiss, Sherry Wessel, David Whitehill, Mike Wien. Michael Wiesen, Bob Wilheim, Russ Wil- liams, Bob Wilson, Jeff Winston, Katie Winston, Tom Winter, Terry Winters, Bob Wirth. Harry Witz, Sherrie Woods, Stephanie Wynn, Hannie Yee, Ellen Yones, Stuart Ze- mel, Dave Zieve, Jill Zimmerman, Kenneth Zimmerman. Michael Mizel Steven Pritchett Robert Robins William Smith 61 li Sophomore Class The sophomore class zoomed into its second year at Highland Park High School with an accelerated roar. Flashing pink licenses, sophs gaily traversed the range of roads opened to them. Simulated by their freshman year, the sophomores set out to prove that driver's ed is more fun than health. The driving urge to learn characterized the class in all its endeavors. Jumping on the band wagon, sophs became proficient in delaying tactics. This was due to speech class. One may also postulate but never prove that geometry enriched the minds of sophomore math students. However, while some students were busy graphing solutions to com- plicated problems others were fermenting new hypotheses for biology experiments. "Leaping frogs," exclaimed student after student deep in the studies of plants and animals. In another part of the school students foamed at the mouth while wres- tling with the newly leamed three-three paragraph. Wuthering under the strain of lengthy compositions, sophs sought relief in Roman myths and heroes. BACK ROW: Bill Hoffman, Kevin Margeson, Hal Emalfarb, Ga Feld- man. FOURTH ROW: Ronna Bows, Peggy Morrison, Jo Perry, Arfithony Koach. THIRD ROW: Bennett Cohen, Mike Forman, Rob Stein, Lori Newman. SECOND ROW: Loretta Wanserski, Diane Seder, Nancy Eisenscluml, Debbie Axner. FRONT ROW: Emily Lipson, Jamie Hayden, Linda Kagan, Jodie Giallanza, Steve Sklare. OFFICERS: Mike Weinberg Qresxdentl, Eddie Silverman CVice-Presidentl, Bunny Glass CSecretaryD Jim Jacobs lTreasurerJ, John Fell fSocia1 Chairmanl. l :::' , ' if .,. A .. 5 1' whit p A as 4, -- , .... Q ,iq .. 1 - . - W " V .lik ' . 9' " ' f- . A ffm Y ,f E51 Si ' c 1 1 .Jr 'gi 'M K .Mu x. 3' "' 1 . . ik' ' Y 1- ' -- -V r jf. " gl- 'fx 21 ' S .5 if f A A .Mx "?"'1'fif2"' fliiff?-.S S. wifi' i 21erfiei1-z'fr.i- A . , V . :D al 'H Q .QI li, "'. 5 ' . A . - t 1,1131 H-' 1: ' U1 4. lid cf 2 - - ' ii? . . , Q .L 1' . --- in " J Q r . H ' .A , 1 der 'ifzg I . ,. . . . . ..la .A fx, , V 1 5'2f1 g 'pf 4,5 . Q ng 'tif lg- . -r .V K X , ygkhk K, A S . I 1 1 ' V S J I .. Q ., W Q. , .g A oA s .s . if gi , A Y, f. Vip", gr r. 'sr f . " ' F -1 - 'a . ' ' ,L we it J' 'K 'iii JW as 5-if-' s i. ' f . 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Q i g yfb Conway, Laura Cook. - ,. 'Z ' 1 , SHG, .:k, V .f C 7 x ,, ' A Karen Cooper, Bruno IQ, ' A Coppi, Veme Coppi. I 1 'Y t "5 sqa1 Sari Hepa Carole Cousin, Cathy , ' gg', Crane, Peter Creditor. VJ,-' , if ,Q t ,,,, T c Gail Cumming, Bruce ' fi K -' .1 " ft 1 Daniels, Scott Dann. K , Y l 5 l Susan Dann, Frank D'As- C' li iii 4 ii 1, 11 tici,Pamela David. . , , r' ,i 1 Zi X . t .. at - mb 4 . , 'Y -o f Mix ..- , . ,-mwgb Q.-. a , ,, ,,,,, .f t l s 0 315 Janice Dawe, Daniel 'rf - Dawes, Barry De Lee. A RAHI 1 as il: - fr ,in i 5, 1 63 , if ' f: 'lg' v, ' . an R551 ' i J, l - I I, ,,- , ' Q ,LQ ' 1 4 , . , , , l , -3 . G ' L it A '- - ' 1 'f , li' Q l-fax,- .. mr iw .5 M L id : 4, w Ag r Qi' 1 .. .. sands if . ra . X T 5 ' . -'L 'X ei - , is I - . X X. , iw. W' ' L.c5,'i. V . L . .4 Fl we T A' xiii' Sophs, ' Q R Q. Q 9' a -w A Q . gf s ex .5 , .Q A333 br. zrrjii. .. ,ff-ff. Q 3. 2 1 ,, iw. ff-2.7. g -QQ. ' L , Q' ter .. , , 3ifiTfPZf"fl4'iff5 -xr v WF, K - I : i iv., - . P2515 1 ' f1'?f45if-5 2144" .' Q 521 Q Q, . I L. : T axe! QQQ , 5. Q Q Q, Q. inf. . ,,,- -7: - , A .,, , 1 s- -'rw , w i . lt . i 1- .- Q X if fs F ' L Q',.f , " " ' QW Q .a,. -if 555- 5 . M -' W iii-ff-A , . . ,.., . A ,. .,,, jj . .. , , 7, mf F . DQ j H' 2 A X .l if ii L airs Sophomores, Robert Dennis, Egidio De Rose, Bruce De Santo, James Dessauer, Ira Diamond, Harry Dodge, Sara Domash, Wendy Domier, Mar- cia Don. Marsha Douglas, Joe Drew, Donna Dud- nick, Mitchell Dulin, Barbara Duman, Suz- anne Durment, Randal Edwards, Steven Eiseman, Barbara Eisenschiml. Nancy Eisenschiml, Kim Elliot, Rhonda Ell- man, Mary Elson, Nathan Elson, L nn Elstrom, Hal Emalfarb, Rhonda Engller, James Enstrom. Debbie Eppstein, Judith Epstein, Mark E stein, Deborah Epton, Marta Escobar, Dale Esserman, Rose Estep, Sharon Ettelson, Peter Ettlinger. Lester Ewoldt, Bradley Falkof, Sharon Fei- gon, Stephen Feinberg, Joel Feinstein, Gary Feldman, John Fel , Judith Fell, Mike Fiedler. , Q if ,Q Q 4 3 'v V2 R A ' ,i ' 55555 V 5' Q ' 5 6 gg .fi Stephen Field, Susan Fieldman, Joan Fields, 45 Q .if ,Q K ' . , Q - 'Q 5 A gf ' Mark Fineman,Joanne Fiore, Franklin Fire- gy ' as ,. .,... - ' S T' . ,ff stone, Steven Firestone, Lisa Fischer, Brad W7 , V i , g il , . ' ., I .. Fisher. Q V X Q Q , Q 'i"Li'li'i'l fb Q QQ Q J QQ., I ,KKL.., ., .,. QQ QQ. Q z .Q It . . . ,... .Q ' 3, , E V -i 'W gr .Z Q V . Susan Fisher Craig Fishman Nancy Fish- 1 Q Qagwg' 5' W 9 " A . ' , L . 'J 1.55 man, Roberi Flamm, Lori Flink, Robert i 7' W -- ,Q -Tr? 'Eggs Flink, Kerry Flom, Barb Folkoff, Laura s Q . . , In Q , . Font s. ' '--' 'wf' - M-. . A .. 'sn, iiiifi' ' if if ' ' s s . , .. . , fi' gif , il ' fl B . f - .. Michael Forman, Elizabeth Fox, Ellen .t . vs 5' , 'F' W- .. R jg wg, ' ' 1, Q - i t A 55 Frank, StephanieQFranks,QMarcQFreedman, Q A 9? K" 'i': .4 ' , 1 W if Q , Edward Freundlich, Danlel Fried, Daniel Ei x if W . X aaa- B ' . n " . ,asf , ,,, . - Friedman, Janice Friedman- eini ' ' af, li D l j X I I .A i-i. s . 'Q' at a '-1t i J , 1 -uf 1' I Li " iff , J gg if V 42 Joan Friedman, Edward Frigo, Robin Froo- . : K 1' I 2 . 1 1 ' I ,Q M Q33 ' ' ,MQ :QL man, Ira Frost, Robm Fuchs, Louise Fuente, Q Q Q . Carol Gaines, Darryl Garber, Rosemarie P., , . Q if 1 - Q 1,11 X , f c gf? . - 4 -, Game' .assi-3? l si, ii ' fi 1 ' l K " ' " " A . F 9 ,Q QQ. ,Q , Q Q Y QQ 3. if P ,.3Q,5 Q Qfw. Q Q. g,g2, Q , Bruce Gamitz, Fatti Garnty, Polly Gaud- -A in . 1 ' tim, - SEQ- .gf Q ' Q reau, M1chaelGe1derman, Stephen Geimer, ' QQ, Q QQ" in gf? QQ: -' Q, X ' g ', James Gelbort, Ellen Geller, Thomas Gen- ' - " W ' H Qi -if, FX . ' fa Q K est, Daryl Gerber. l 'L 'l' T u ll I I yi l ri . - ' ci 1 k ' ll' 'F 'F i - ' Q QQ .5 QQ I QQ 1. Q . Q ...K .z , N Q Q Q Q Q ,, f' ... ... ,w I if v. ' .Q 5 Michael Gerchenson, Vicky Gharidm1,QJohn -Qt ' , X , ,L Qy , Q W Q f sh! , 52 Ghizzoni, Jody Giallanza, Dav1d Gibbs, 'S' W B 5, E? B A439 ' ,. ' lf Mark Bill, Kathy Gillen, Bunny Glass, Jan Q I. J - - Glam- L 'J .L f Q 1 X' 64 is .Mr "Should I ask him . . . Joy Glickauf, Melanie Goffen, Lori Gold, Marlene Cold, Nancy Gold, Terry Cold, Kate Goldberg, Leslie Goldgehn, Debbie Goldman. Ronald Goldman, Craig Goldstone, Donald Goodman, Marjorie Goodman, William Gorchoff, Hilton Gordon, Deborah Gore, Larry Gortner, Patricia Cranfield. Bruce Green, Maria Grimaldia, Alan Gross- man, Jeff Grossman, Rita Guido, Michael Haggie, Kathy Hainchek, Marilyn Halperin, Reid Halpem. Harlan Hammond, Debra Handmacher, Melissa Harris, Sheri Harris, Joseph Har- wood, Linda Haskins, Jamie Hayden, Mir- iam Heifitz, Peggy Heller. Lindsay Herbst, Nancy Herman, Judith Hirsch, Susan Hirsch, Bill Hoffman, Bert Hoffman, Katherine Holder, Jeffrey Hol- land, Leslie Hollis. Mark Holniker, Janet Houk, William Ho- well, Richard Hrabe, Rebecca Hurst, David Hyman, Linda Iovino, Lori Izaks, Anne Jacker. K. and more Sophs to Tumabout . . . today?" 'te n lb L R at . '--fm , .Q at :. 5 F w- -af J is . , 7 ff, g gf' 753, -avrw S In 5 k ei R . . A A N: :K- it , . f -. . ' t 5 - g-r.: ' A 1, , .. i1 '-.s iff " 2 pf if . ff elf' . . Q . J' 'gl e 1 K 'W 'TJ' fail, sw i -Ki N' ' ' 'M' . 'M l:iii"ti1fQiI' T' ,rg . t fffiiiisi ,. , A f ' ,' ' ' -. i X i, f ' i .4--- t " www I ' K ' "'. T ."' " -:"'T7'i8Q,sw5vgf1.f r W fl J Q, gh " ' if ,fini K M iw .g t W MM, . 0 'Q . 5, I, E f A ':if"' ,M fi- to 'Jr ' , f ' emu, 211, A f- - WQEQSSK lj A .a -., A - - K " ti ' I J J . eva limit! 1 R 1 I , . v a f st. R w J .. f t t, HQ: M we ' M n . 1 35' ' N K ' W i V . : f' A t . iff- wg, K gf ' ' gy. af .gf Sega- r M wg, N . ., f W...im w' ,Z , K I ,Aj I X .. ' ,. V A Q tl ft ' sl . . L ' kgs Tru' ii f f ' ' g,fl3,t R " K . J ' t.ft ' , . ' - . - -J . it fag . xx 5 K 1 N ,Ii x K , - f N I 3 1 I ' J J gf, We ,QQ K um . K A - R 'K E ., f f .Q 1: Q' "9'."'- W .59 . 4' a ,.. ' A 1-33 t gil -EEN-J if QQ: . 'Z' , ' . . - was xv s -K ' ' i -f . s ,gg-+ . , ie W . J . K J .J -, 'S' ' l i 1' n K, "1'z,..,,.i?',. ,, , 'E lgg 2 at M V " "H X N' S twi imifs - Q, 3,51 - , ew 21 no Y ,es 4 y 5 , 4 , i i, v 3, -'4- ' 1 ... -f f in 1 ' 'W i' L if i 7- 1 ,, ., -rt' A -4 ' f i45.ii5i" g gg i: f a ,f 'i . 'QI'- ak? K3 A S e' ' fi ' itss , 2 , +- ., -1 'elif 2' I ,: ,ts K ., f A -- A 1' aff . i L I k- Q in 1 L K V 9 fy Aki. V if -fl 3 3 j, w Abbhq Q , . gf 5 " ' 66 IamesJacobs,JoanneJa- f . . . cobs, Mary Iaros. Iocel Jones, Frank Iuhl, l yn Linda Kagan. Dan Kahn, Genie Kahn Linda Kahn. Pete Kaplan, Richard Kap- lan, Kurt Keeler. Caryn Keller, Chris Kel sey, Sue Kersten. Dan Kiburz, Mary Kil kenny, Ellen King. Gail Kington, Dan Klein Janette Klein. .Mm 1 Back seat driver. Steven Klein, Teddi Knell, Tony Koach, Jean Kohlhase, Dan Kolkey, jane Koven, Frederick Kramer, Susan Kravitz, Debbie Krumbein. Ed Kugler, Rich Lahvic, David Lakin, Debra Lanski, Ruth Larner, Mary Lawton, Joanne Lazzaretto, Bonnie Lei, Steven Leibach. Richard Leopold, Robert Lepp, Brian Le- vant, Marcy Levin, Bob Levine, Gail Levin- son, Steven Levinson, Stuart Leviton, Mike Levy. Gordon Lewin, Edward Lewis, Robert Lewis, Jack Lewitz, Marilyn Lex, jim Lie- berman, Jodi Lieberstein, Wendy Liebow, Susan Lind. Alisa Lindar, Rich Lindar, Anne Lindstrom, Gary Linz, Emily Lipson, Sheryl Lipson, Richard Lloyd, Mark Lobl, Dennis Loesch. Bob Louer, Sharon Lucas, Thomas Lucas, Ellen Ludwig, Robert Lundgren, Dorothy Lunsford, Edrian Lushbough, Cindy Ma- brey, Susan Maggiore. Norman Man, Raphael Mangino, Lisa Mann, Jennifer Manning, Kevin Margeson, Alene Margolis, Jolm Marks, Daryl Martin, Jim Martin. Phil Masler, Diane Masotti, Linda Massin, Joe Mauck, Barry May, Neal Mazer, Richard McClory, Rache McCu1'ry,Joan McDonald. Ed McHenry, Larry McJunkin, Ron Mca Laughlin, Ron Meyers, Beth Michaels, Leslie Miller, Delores Mills, Nancy Milne, Joanne Mince. Mary Minorini, Julie Moldof, Howie Moore, Jane Moos, Theresa Moretti, Pe Morri- son, Gary Mullin, Patti Narddiharino, Jeanne Nathan. Jim Neal, Robin Nemer, Mary Nerini, Paul Neu, Loren Newman, Rick Newman, Ron Newton, Mary Nissenson, Scott O'Connell. fix Y: i But You 're Being Followed P ,W U M, ., t, 1, x,, i at 55.-, apfgg S . , i g . x ,Q P , M ...Q X -K . ' , v 4x.. ,5fik4u we1 Q:"2 K i K K ' ' X ir A ' 2r':.:g-7 , fi-15 K, 11 Lf-' Qlgfg.-:ew-W5 x W mm V M.. . :T aa..-.at , , - , -faire? 1 'i" lv-"i .w 'wiv "-t J ars-Q W ""' WY' f, .G 3- k"' ' I :sq Y ii " X Q12 ' 'wifi w. if t'-i 335 if ,, ,T 5 t ffl 1 .a b .G Q . EW 7, , 1 ,gk W' fp . i .51 P 9 ' . 15 -Q g if X 1 ""' , . af.-' ' . .' , ..,. , , J ,, , - ,- - - i.- 'Wifi-:a,-. sa f ,ii Q ' ' , ' , .LS ' fl M Nl 1 0 ' T' -1 fs 3 - . 2514, 1., Q V ' , - Sf- ' Y ."' fs K. - ., ja s , i gi 1 X 5 V t K F, WM . 1 , X 1 , I , " x ' J 5, Q : M - r. -is 4 , - . . .,... 22- w fa, -' Elifzxztiikzzsih :Zi . Q ii' A ' 'P if V - v '11 . - W 435 . an S f Q - ' tx S 1 .P . , . nf' ' J - - A .' 'X 'im' . if if ...f L W' 1 , 1 K -111+ - aa a, f-. K ' . K 'A f V ' fsli Qi ' Q "X .QE f 1. .,-' 2 Y' ' H25 jf ' igfi 12.3 avg V +R "jj g g Q ,ss tte A I x. . Q .X I Bruna Ori, Bruno Ori, Marcia Ori, David Orloff, Richard Osberg, Pat Pack, Dave Padderud, Bob Pahlke, Bob Panitch. Karl Papierniak, Dennis Paradise, Jane Paradise, Larry Pasquesi, Patricia Pasquesi, Susan Pasquesi, John Passini, Steve Patrick, Chris Patten. Dennis Paulson, Kathie Penrose, Lynn Per- raud, Jo Perry, Gregory Patersen, Pamela Pett, Guy Phillips, Josephine Piacenza, Larry Piacenza. Patti Pielet, Carl Pieroni, Simon Piller, Laurie Pilurs, Jan Pines, Benjamin Platt, Leslie Podall, Luca Poeta, Jim Pollack. Karen Posner, Jim Powell, Fredrick Price, Steve Prior, Vic Pugliano, Tom Quirk, Charlotte Rapoport, John Rappaport, Pat Redfield. 67 lt's All Quiet on the Sophomore Front z -- ,, -J ' " 2. V. 141 V- ' 'inf ,,. .lv I f 3:5 ': 5. V ' sv K, :M 1 ' if l , Q ., L ,E 3 M f A I V we f A , , . , ,ooo f ,S "ii 'sg 5 V , 'h, F " X 5 I E- " 'V' t wg A 'VY ' " Q' ' , ' J ,. 4 ' 'f5' ,V - - Y, . Y " - q M., t 4 lug' 'Sf' rf, A I g V . igtv ' 2-,gf If V' ' I f fit: lil W ' 'Q "5-, , J ' A gf l I A it A T I 1 .3 H J ,E g ,. Q Q . ., ,- , v , N ,K I . ,,., 'G , .1 ' M '-' ' ' iif ,J i ,A , f "' ,. f' 'mi' t .V Tj i f lv ' , l is Y F I l l E ,avg i l ' . . 'F e ' 2 l M 'f -p Sir-. --F . an Q v Q Q ,, ii A .1 , M, ' . :F , gi ' N f 1 mn 39 ,,f 1 L A f 'n W - -- ,J - , ,A L HEEL . at fe. H Vw! W. ,Q 7 g I -. e yjigtg . ,fe , gf, N . ' , X ,.5.7.-,L-,sig . S f X, 4 Z?-' i33iff."2"1 , , it " ,'.- X '-W'G ' V .5114 ' - Ti 'ft' 'Q A. , ' - , ffm F, K' ."' 'M , H' 7 ,. 'K me , , 7 rf' --if W W fi' J o fi o ' tw if 7 ' 1' 6' 'i .35 "" - fi " v ,' , . J A 4 'Ei ,, V V kk V 47 f 5 H A ,V -gy me , ,MM J I , , , , .,. W J -W 5, ,V ,Ag v , Q finer,-tif ff i Q , lm I in tf2::,'a.,,+113'-5 3-3 14 E ,,.e,.L.-ff-'-...... if f - 'o',oo A- Babs Schwartz, Jo Ann Schwartz, Helene Scully, Diane Seder, David Segal, Albert Seiffert, Candy Seltzer, Abbe Sennett, David Sheahen. Kathy Sherony, Stuart Shlensky, Miles Shlo- pack, Michael Shmikler, Betsy Silber, Diane Silver, Edward Silverman, John Silverman, Michael Sincere. Hillel Singer, Ira Singer, Ron Singer, Susan Singer, David Sirotti, Steven Sklare, How- ard Skolnick, Dean Smith, Susan Smith. Debra Sokolsky, Jay Solomon, Debbie Solovy, Clara Sorrentino, April Speyer, Jim gpriggs, Harold Stanek, John Steele, Robert tein. Sheri Stein, Ellen Stollman, Cindy Super- fine, Mark Swanson, Alexander Takach, Philip Taplin, James Taradash, Julie Targ, Betty Tazioli. Michael Tepper, Nancy Thuente, David Tilley, Jim Tinkle, Michael Tobin, Stanton Tokoph, Mane Trager, Richard Uhlman, Jean Urban. 68 Hugh Regan, Margaret Reitrneyer, Kathy Richards, Sheryl Robbin, Barbara Rogers, Rich Rohrer, Paul Ronzani, Nick Rosa, Mark Rose. Susie Rose, Ellen Rosenberg, Lewis Rosen- bloom, David Rosenblum, Joan Rosenfels, Jayne Rosenthal, Gail Rosner, Alice Ross, David Roth. Eric Rothman, Lee Rothman, Donald Rus- sell, Diane Sabin, Abby Sadin, Sandy Sage, Robert Salita, Carol Salk, Dan Sapir. Gil Sapir, Karen Sasch, Lynn Saslow, Tim Scanlan, Nick Scarim, Michael Schary, Jeffery Schell, John Schlesinger, Karla J Schmidt. Jill Schnair, Don Schneider, Kevin Schoen, Darryl Schoenstadt, Leslie Schover, Martin 1 Schranz, Robin Schranz, Gwen Schulman, Judy Schuster. J F, It may not be the Indianapolis 500, but those are the brakes. This is one way of keeping them off the streets -1- . Sw ' - , ',: -, "tml .: , I VJ A . ,1 K - aa., 4- .xx .X X 'J T"' , ,. ' .1 ,... ' Y P Q.. , Z., .ao in - if. 4:-3 i l 1.szfS:'5 f l 5 :T w - 4 we 4 ' -A nw . 4 ,R C -, L 4 ,ae ' . sstt . . , a 0 ss. , -la a Q X if r S r F GH I ., It .,.A W A ,,.L .. l . ,.q:. ,,..,,,,,5, , -nr. .Q r . Y T , gms, if , , W ,fr l E' , '1+?w vla A- if-1 A " . U 'av-,.., 4. -' -f . ' A H X r ft' " fsff ,, 'e , J ' 3 ge ' K ' ' 5 ' . - 5 if - 'fl .Q T . . he 'dl' Richard Zak, Marsha Zimler, Lois Zimmer- fl L5-QW' ' 7--f'l I man, Patricia Zimmerman. . F fi fi-1, - -' ' .5 I N ' is ' Q 3- L , . ,, se NOT PICTURED Richard Fiore Carolyn Sue Lightfoot Jane Reitmeyer Osvaldo Baerga Henry Banach Jack Bertucci Thomas Cape Spiridon Coorlim Denise Coppi Daniel Doty Thomas Early Deborah Fowler Daniel Georgevich Ann Gruyer Dave Hoffman John Hoffman Paul Johnson Debra Klein Tom Lewis Jamie Logan Deborah Merkel Gary Morelli Peter Neuman Richard Nitsche Valecia Parker King Philipsbom Sheri Reder Susan Rodell Barry Rosen Leslie Smith Fred Suess Elizabeth Swartz Peter Thiesen Andrea Zucker Russell Vai, Gaetano Venisti, Allison Victor, Debra Victor, Joline Volpendesta, Bradford Walters, Loretta Wanserski, Linda War- shauer, Orian Wax. Michael Weinberg, Sally Weiskopf, Gene Weiss, Ann Weissman, Lyndon Werner, Dan Wheeler, Sharon White, Kim Whitson, Scott Wilk. Reed Williams, Ellen Winters, Debbie Wit- kin, Max Wolf, Susan Wolf, Thomas Wolff, Russell Wolters, Fran Young, Dan Zac- harias. 69 BACK ROW Jerry Marks, Barb Hartman, Jeff Levy, Dave Dvore. FOURTH ROW: Donny Altman, Laddy Tobin, Leslie Winter, Meg Schachter. THIRD ROW: Nancy Loeb, Laurel Baker, Toby Cordon, Pam Churvis. SECOND ROW: Joe Broday, Margy Kaye, Lori Freed- berg, Ingrid Ostebo. FRONT ROW: Leslie Powell, Cathy Brown, Gail Stewart, Jim Schuster. NOT PICTURED: Scott Bram, Gordon Horwitz, Bruce Koff, Karen Mills, Chris Regan, Jan Schulman. OFFICERS Csee rightjz Julie Anixter CSocial Chairmanj, Steve Borenstein Nice-Presidentj, Bob Popke CPresidentJ, Jody Krafsur CTreasurerJ, Nancy Lawton tSecretaryJ. Freshman Class Freshmen enter their high school daze with a healthful outlook on life. Lonely and lost, a freshman is truly a human comedy of errors. Many myths have been exploded about freshmen, but, after the first few months of school, freshmen are no longer year- lings. Frosh, unaccustomed to hard work, soon find themselves Bogged down with Spanish or wondering whether they Wood ever be able to decipher their algebraic equations. Once oriented, how- ever, frosh become cultured in their history and chemically balanced in their science courses. With a smug satisfaction and armed with their completed four-year plans, freshmen are ready to meet the challenges of their sophomore year . . . or so they think. K- if - -- tw. i - iiiifw Will A A A :Wl in , ' 'li ' uf", i1'i?ffiiiiifii'iWwill' 5 Q . iiii R R Q , V -' W 1-fx -' f - C was Y , . , 'W if fig, ,. if ii' R 9, A W 'px A Gail Abrahams, Louise Abrams, Patrick , ' i vgvg -3 Y -A . ,T-as , B --,wg fef,,gE,. Acello, Joel Adamson, Mike Adler, Candy sf ' J I if! P 'lx-,K ' ' -W 'fl ' ,af fm Albert, Adrienne Allen, Karen Altay, John M be as ' , E pg . A L rtti- Altholz, F X iii- V ,fr r in X --5-. R tg, , F Donald Altman, Connie Amato, Laurie Am- , H , A A S sterdarn, Jim Anderson, Nora Andres, Jim ' V- ' N ' M " ?f it J r Andrini, Peter Andrus, Julie Anixter, Joyce an 1 ., I - V ' S is Am l'k Q R .fl - ' T . .- p 01 - . I .t..:.:cA , Q Y .iji-? g Wf '+ ,gl - ' 'lo , KVVX U , S t it ytss J T l A ' fi-fg M if , - jf Q - JN., Kgsar e. 1 t, 33 ,.,, Scott Ardinger, Charles Arndt, Steven .Ai V , gg -ff .tk jx CY L ArvfyaAlan Atlas, Iglglly Agustin, David , , B jg A T ' .s-, i:-,, , Q fi? "" Axe ro ,Paige Axe ro , Nic Azzone, Ken f, ,.,. . ' ' R 1-1, W- t , t V W 5 Babbin. f at . is P A vt A- . ft i , ,, s ,tt . 'fi' c Q- -Q J J ,F T g- t , , Q Bill Babbitt, Bennett Baker, Jill Baker, T Q,,i"- ,,,,41z5fff',- "" , 4 is Y Laurel Baker, Jan Baldauf, Kerry Bannis- ff' 1 J e ' i s ,gig , - 2 .fr ,pkg ter, Phil Baratta, George Barkus, Teri Barr. , 6 ,,g,,. Judy Barrentine, Nancy Barrettsmith, 5 Q7 'H t, , 1 "' Joseph Bartolai, Debbie Bartoni, Harlan r ' Bass, Karten Baicuce, Paula Beck, Phyllis , Q Q, Q Beck, Bar Bec er. If: r :I gin? 'Q t i K nga ' 'H 'ri 1 ' X - ' .. N- F '- t4,ge's.'ffg5 .,,.. . ' ' ' 1 t t ' - ' ' if xii QI- ' f Ii- f , ,ig Q Scott Becker, Marcy Bell, Fran Bellantuono, r xg. ' Alice Bennett, Nancy Benson, Kathy Ber- e f f - , 'ff is' gen, Phil Berger, Clara Berman, Angelo r T - Bemardi. N fs Wi Q xl 1 70 Freshmen begin their days in a daze , .rf ,szs W' 'ir ' 'f 'W 'fggstyg . r ,r A L ,Q F af ' r . 2, . f ie: Qyvavz ' 1 , ea' 5 M f :tr g Q K "" ith if Vi N. if ' ff h 1-W" X' t is ' er 4 ,- ' B I J-'G.3e::xllTll'- ck BJ., ix ' . ne l C . 3 : Ai i l . . . . - , ,J D ,ij i Q L ' 51 ' M isa' Q t 4 - pr ' we ,. - 9 S" i?'W? u ,. A 5. V ' ., 5, - in V- 1- , 1 Q H . V , gf t m, iw 34 rt sf? W S Q , , 4 TM far lg ' s 5' iii:- 6 "r-3' X 1 'ge- 5 ' M - is l - --ggi , Mem- J: , ,cg .y r - sv- Y-. x fl - a Will- "cg f E 3 " ii'- K, ' v A V , fi 1 T Q t , ' ,, K zz -.wo 939.-.-.agar -1 1 H ' t3i'Z?:71:r3 0 fl' ' ff 1 3 -Q ' ' i , r 1 V . q , gm W 1 A ' sp. K sc-My . -gg, xg, - '- gay .L W 1 'i f , fr ' ' ' ' L'.' -- -.tw-s, ' , Q ' A i , X . 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K a.. . ., - " ji , vii, 1 , Y u ,g ,,.J"'L. ,. , " ,,: 3. sv, ,gg , J L1 . . fi. ,. - wtf' if 1 rf fw, .1 , if - . fm-, nl .1 E , , W ,...,. , A , ra. - s f 1 Whle ' f Q T' , be H gif" s i , , f 5 has -1 s 3, . M - -' ' . ff it N- w M -af 5, - t5",4i1 gt . 4 1 'wi , ,M ,A 4Atl N, ,,,g Joe Bemardi, Sonya Bemardi, Jen'y Bemay, Sam Berngard, Richard Bernstein, Janet Bex, Don Biondi, David Birnbaum, Kim Bjork. Tina Blakeslee, Marvin Bloom, Steve Bor- enstein, Steven Bortz, Tom Bowers, Barb- ara Bradley, Scott Bram, Larry Brand, Jerry Brandell. Harlan Breger, Shari Brenner, Sue Brent, Joe Broday, Rick Brody, Larry Brower, Cathy Brown, David Brown, Elizabeth Brown. Deborah Buchanan, Joy Buckley, Phyllis Bucky, Barb Buhai, Jim Burke, Joan Bum- stein, Jane Buth, Nancy Cahn, Thomas Caldwell. Richard Calhoun, David Callen, Celia Can- tagallo, David Cantagallo, Debbie Car- ingella, Dave Carman, Thomas Carr, Robert Casden, Bill Casey. Tony Casillas, Jim Casler, Doris Castillo, Greg Chacharon, John Chamberlain, Beth ghlage, Pam Churvis, Pat Clark, Roberta o s. Joseph Cohen, Ronna Cohen, Sue Cohen, Maryanne Coleman, Jill Cope, Cynthia Coulter, Kathy Cowgill, Leslie Crane, Mary Cronkhite. Jim Crovetti, Dennis Cucchiaro, Vic Cullen, Dick Cynowski, Linda D,Angelo, Jim Daugherity, Alicia Davidson, Patti David- son, Marcy Demain. Michelle Demichelis, Michelle Demma, Ira Deutchman, Wendy Dever, Michelle Dia- mond,Jeff Dickelman, Deborah Dielkes, John Di Nicola, David Dolgin. Lawrence Donoval, Peter Dubin, Michael Dudnick, David Dvore, Martha Eddlestein, Wendy Eichenbaum, Dean Elias, Kevin Elliot, Dave Ellmann. Gloria Epstein, Jan Ettlinger, Meg Evans, Bob Ex, Cathy Ex, Debbie Eyles, Louis Fab- bri, Vi Fabbri, Margaret Faust. 71 Jonathan Feigen, Cathy Felix, Sally Fell, Al Ferrara, Laurie Fields, Marty Fine, Susan Fink, Doug Finke, Steve Fiore. Eric Fischer, Harold Flegelman, Elise Flic- her, Richard Flink, Marta Flores, Susan Frank, Cathy Frauenheim, Lori Freedberg, Diane Freeman. Judy Freeman, Susan Friedberg, Kath Friedman, Meryl Friedman, Peter Fried: man, Sy Friedman, David Fuller, David A. Fuller, Nancy Galassini. Bonnie Garland, Kay Gendron, Marc Ger- aci, Karla Gherardini, Tom Gidwitz, Donna gieser, Joan Gilbert, Thomas Glabman, Jill aser. Larry Glickman, Tom Gold, Joanne Gold- berg, Gayle Coldblatt, Marla Goldfarb, Abby Goldstein, Cindy Gombert, Kitty Gomez, Rodney Goosman. Toby Gordon, Dianne Goren, Jan Got- tschall, Richard Goulding, Bill Greene- baum, Michelle Griffin, Gale Grinde, Eric Gross, Linda Gross. Roberta Gross, Sue Gross, Jill Grossman, Jane Grunska, Dave Gunders, Dennis Hag- gie, Scott Haltemian, Rosemarie Hansen. Harry Harrell. Brad Harris, Debbie Harris, Janet Harris, David Hart, Barbara Hartman, Cynthia Haskins, Susan Hathom, Dave Havel, Pam Hayden. QK , an ia., llf, ,. " . 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W fi TQ, KV LN K A , ..-up-...Q in K' A J, fyyyq - v 1 S, .1 klsq in ,, . , . - K 5' 'Egg 23 In A ,,::K K " Ti 1 J 1 ,, F K K 'KV M F i . x , , K N li' i fi, r is s Q gm I Z iT 'K'1 , :fffff 1fK Ki' Y ,., C' in C N, I - ii 4 3. M , kr . 'Q . 'F "' . 'Wi H -t Q .K -5- - f are . A , fy: A L ,,,, ,,,' S sa , , , K A , K i , ., X ,P Y j , li 1 i?"E el . ta lil? ii , ' C C A A K ipttxgi ill You bet your life there's a difference between AG and session. 72 41 --av : 1 K at -' XL. "-h" W e , ., ' Lf." ' - . .EW 'I 5 L TMJ A. LQ. - 3 F ,. A 1 ls at i ' 2'- QQ. , 2, Wg 92 'ali "eh X s-Q ' M Q'-' it l if r-- V 5 f i,j'."" fr '-Q-t i gs. ,,,, ' M , fs , ii 1 sg, Q i f -if Q . U I "x'r-if---25241 -. s A J ' - K- xi , M , get ,V A ai, kwa K, ag , Q. .,, f f , ir . 4- K J- ,Q so K . - - Q '-2 'Stl 5- A, ik 'iziig za- 'ill 6--. ct ss. 5, , ,'L,, f , Hr' , 'QL' QQ, '- ' , 5' , 't g PS1-rs-M ,X Lyi , 5 ls ls, K Thomas Hayman, Jayme Hedrick, Dan Hei- fitz, Mori Heim, Bob Hennes, Lauren Her- zog, Philip Hesse, Cindy Heyrnann, Robert Heymann. Stephen Hicks, Laurie Hillman, Matthew Hoffman, Mike Hoffman, Kim Hogrefe, Susan Hollander, Hal Holmes, Pamela Hol- mes, Allen Hong. Cordy Horwitz, Robin Huft, Marie Hughes, Gin Hung, Jim Hutton, Bill Imm, Robert In- man, Leonard Innocenzi, Dominic Iovino. Freshmen thought processes are unique, to say the least f t 'wit ' . 5-Ejgli ' , Q 5, X Fx. nw , Z.. m E 25,7 l, FR: ' ' J, , ,LW , . , ,A W A .R ' K .. " W 1-T' S 5 H 4 . w 4 Q' 3 K J Ns QW V V - xiii? ,,,,, ,,,. , ,, .fx K 1315, ,V K V f f ,q i gg? 3. 'Six ., K Y :V Aim? S ' . 4 X A' , she .V l ,---ies, W Wm-gg .. iw it A .,, f 1- ,6- K, i tp K lib Q , , V ear .-tk Q 1 , 3 .,' " 1, ' -EW . a , 5 fxf f xg s 4. A, M . X, i N ,. ' 5 Xl X ,,'. :NA-" lk W . , . J, L, V. rF1,ziyi,:, I .L W, ttt, 2 V, I .,,, V bfi.--is V ,, 1:1 e J-1 f . H I., it g if .. . , ,ta p J , e .M .g - -A , -. N, ' rf' W ' A ,.., ,X idx J , K' - K4 .. , M 'Q II' 5 . . 'H f lla ffl 15, 5- ' ' s J f f'1- ,. ' , JW 3 -as - :11 ri "'1 5, i"4t W L 1 '-i' . f :-f' aeseraz 2 f if . R if , st ' 'z iw 'M .-5 " x ft., XA I E .,., . ,K 5 Deborah Ireland, Mark lsenstein, Mike Ito, Clau- dia Jacks, Lanis Jacobs. Nancy Jacqmin, David Jaffe, Connie Johns, Wen- dell Johnson, Jerry Johns- ton. Donna Jones, Jody Joseph, Nancy Joseph, Jeanne Jost, Ellen Kagan. Cary Kahn, Laura Kaiser, Joy Kalin, Sandy Kanter, Judy Kaplan. Margy Kaye, Michael Kaye, Robert Keats, Mark Keil, Mary Keitel. Rosanne Kellner, Lori Kirsh, Joyce Klein, Marcy Klein, Margaret Klein. Larry Kleinman, Linda Knudson, Joe Koach, Val- erie Koch, Cindy Koetter. Bruce Koff, Norma Kohl- hase, Gary Kolb, Edward Konowitz, Jody Krafsurf My dear Mr. Brotzman, of course l realize the definite integral differentiations of ellipsical hyperboles are merely ele- mentary. But does she? 73 -, ,tc The might of the Mifey Freshme eewasy '1 5 ,-... xt X... , sg, Q: in L , A We- if 5-, bw V- , 9 K 1 ' 1' Ea- 1 , : K L vt dv X' l X A W i .5 , E - is . . 1- 1'b , g15ggj:,3,,yfW-W . ---- -K '- - . -1- -.': r -ta ,. 5 . 2 5, . :Z .V A I A L' if 5,1 N Q. i . -,. 1' f A X - if ' z i' if Pi 'Vi S "' E 7' 5' ' A M v W' I . , 7' - . . . -- A i , 1 f' , ll ilq 3' xml' ' fn s f iff! l Q, h ,I .- i2fg.?Sfi.i1 S' S s' u 'ei at M- 1 M-f l V 1 ' - 'f ,,L' 2 ,.. , ,. 1- Q P , K " uf , " J 'W -we ""' Q' A us, , , ,Q J K a , 5. 2. 1' if ee, ,G , , , 1 4. , , .,. fl -ff '-- N - ' 'Egg' if , we g iw-Y - RJWV Qfifieiff' , 'sgbvr L Q K f V, 5 -1, J I g l I , tk, ..k. LKIL , . ,L..z Q55 , Q .L.. ,W ig, . ' ,. t , , ill, ' ' S if h nt -1,3 A gn, .J as i, M3 4 ' LTL if! if ' 1 W- ff sw if-:Wu ' ' if 4, -1 :iz Him gc, tc, ., X., ,V 1 , , Qt' '+-,Q E ikw. A ,lf SNSAS Rig.-l R!!-g..f" A , -, I N 'V' :KW ., he 'H X ni 'X -iabf.. V, f. vga- 13335 vw- .,.,fQ:--vrwergfzavswtg - 1:1-f.,-gy , T- Q f -s A' "P . R ,. -2, ' ,i ,.. Q as -X- k -f' K K t A Q. V V is vfgl. 1 geo. ,R .v -fwf ' J 3' J twrtffl 'SI T 4 S s' it I . , W . ,-,+- . -W in , - ef 5--J. I H s , , I E : . Q , .F , ,k A, . :Q , ag, , A K if il A, , Q, ,mga-, ,QV -:X ' say .. ,. agen, '- K ,V ,,. 529' 74 Shari Krakora, Debbie Krane, Stan Krauss, Dan Kravitz, Lauran Kretchmar, Nancy Kritzberg, Patricia Kuchling, Robert Kugler, Nadine Kuhlman. Jim Lackner, Nancy Lakin, Steve Lane, Naomi Larson, Linda Lauer, Nancy Lawton, Teresa Lazaretti, Sue Le Clair, Barb Lee. Eileen Lehtman, Walter Lemann, Mike Lembeck, John Lenzini, Robert Leopold, Nate Lemer, Jill Leslie, Judy Levey, Alan Levin. Roschelle Levin, Mark Levine, Jeff Levy, Susan Lewin, Robert Lewis, Bill Libman, Steven Licata, Ken Liebenson, Cindy Liebow. Rick Lindstrom, Bob Linton, Liz Lipski, David Liss, Shelley Liss, Beth Litow, Lynn Lloyd, Nancy Loeb, Michael Loesch. Todd Logan, Cindy Lombard, Darcy Long, Jeffrey Long, Tom Longino, Glenn Lorant, Janet Louer, Pete Lovering, Richard Lowenthal. Jim Lurie, Michael Maggiore, Kevin Mal- ovey, Todd Mandel, Gregg Mandell, Allen Mangel, Mike Mann, Jenny Mansur, Barb- ara Margolis. Jerrold Marks, Debbie Marshall, Steve Mar- tin, John Marx, Janice Masotti, Barb Mathe, Laurie Mayer, Cliff Mazer, Sheila Mazzetta. Maureen McCaffrey, John McGivem, James McJunkin, Fred McKeon, Robin McLaugh- lin, Vivy McLaughlin, John McLeran, Karen Meldman, Jeff Melvoin. Claudia Mendelson, Kenny Mesirovvf, EU- gene Meyer, Ann Michaelis, Judy Mickel- son, Paul Midle, Nancy'Migdow, Judi Miller, Laurie Miller. Virginia Miller, Ginger Mills, Karen Mills, Jon Mitchell, Leroy Molinari, Kirby Mont- gomery, Debbie Moran, Mary Moran, Randy Moravec. II has finally been recognized Ellen Omens, Arthur Ori, Steve Ori, Ingrid Ostebo, Craziano Pasquesi, Mark Pasquesi, Joel Pathman, Mark Pattis, Liz Paule. Dan Paulson, james Paulson, Buddy Pear- son, Linda Perlman, Jeff Perraud, Ian Perry, Jim Perry, Charles Peterson, Leslie Petranek. Gerald Piacenza, Rick Piacenza, Gerry Pink, Jill Pollack, Robert Popke, Becky Potts, Leslie Powell, Andy Powers, Helaine Pozen. Maureen Pozen, John Preskill, Robin Price, Sandy Prizant, Debby Rade, Linda Rasor, Bruce Ratajczyk, Bill Ray, Chris Regan. -1" Nan Mordini, Sue More- ton, Mike Moretti. Lisa Morgan, Edward Mo- roney, Marla Morris. Alice Morrison, Jack Moses, Sandy Moss. Terry Mott, Vivian Mun- ier, Douglas Munski. Debbie Naiditch, Guy Na- kamura, Howard Nardick. Melinda Nero, Gail Neu, Marianne Newman. wi u 4 44 s n :rw ,.-, , . ..,,,. ., l, ,,,,,,. 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I L f H 3, . . .S from .A ' 1 ,igg,g 3 2 X W is D- A 'lf' F f els' we t o tw A 25 Q ". if X '-r- fly, W Q J. ls " 'ffl E553 -s-' " 2 'L Q "5 t , ' 'C' S ' 1. 'M I f 5 - 1- ' X . ..,.,,.. , . . h ,A..-,-- 4 W Q ' ,hw-L ' ' 1. -A -' 9 f is ' "se - - -a .wi-A 'o - ra: N W 5 jr V, A A ,ir -' Q 1'1" I sn, ' , - X W ,ufix Wg j Q J fa ,Ei .. .,.r .Y . ,Q , , sw. Hi! Q , V Q .Q gh n Q- ,Q ,E g ' N A 5 X 75 -.,.' i . A, +1 Iwi, If -P K Jil ziffglss 4543. - sz In-ui:-',qn:1f.1-5 ' - ., - , -A if , ?"" Y :QL , , -5: ,vga . , . :nfl ' ' JZYQWJJ X . Sharron Rehm, James Reible, Lisa Reid, Debbie Reinisch, Sharon Reins- berg. -Q, -Q g-T1 11 " 'Wig JQ ' , , -J -V -4 5' " 1 f Pam Reisman Ilene Res- .BV 5 J .ng Y - ai- , Q , , ' 54 -J 5311 J- , nick, Mike Reuben, Jack ., ' " Q J f f -Q Reuler, Jenny Richardson. ,, f E . Q-1 JJ YQ X 5 5.1: ' JJ JJ J it r ' - ' Jr- 1 ,. " ' . , Q, 'if' V an 1-, fl Judy Richman, Frances - - ' fr ' fjrr J' Righi, John Risdon, Jim 1, JJ ,r ' 4 f as Regmau Rock. W' J': Q v.. 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If r Xa i , .J J X in W in J, J is R4 31,35 -0 ' ,, 1, ef 2,22 ' JJIJ J - 29,9 SJ 4 'J -Tv ll, "N F ' ft A EIL tb "T ,' , will , L ' ,g , J 5 K, J' , Q, .-J A E Nl 1- ' . ' 1 5, 1' J ' ff? 1 4 a . ? in J' Q, NJ N My l if lv fa s si 9 , If 771 5 XX TF N ,, K , , .3 ...: JJ JJ N W tb JM -- at fr. , P .f I H- - 4, - va' -:J . - Jf- Jai'-JJ 2 me .2 - r .K , J- QJJJ , ,J -rr ,, JJ . W- V A . ' J Q' I' 32' J J J N J , 5 31 J " ' . If 4 ., ,,,, ..,, . 1.,, . , .,,.rr ,. K :- J sw 11' Ji 'M s f 2' , . J " it . . ' 6- , , J 7 'F-I J 1 J , Jfus - J , , ,:,. V P , ,Q I -. f , A , LN ,-,. . , 4 V V, M 4 Jr ll S ,Q 'J ' Y-5 ' ,.., 321. 76 Paula Rosenfeld, Mike Rosengarden, Diana Rosenstein, Mace Rosenstein, Marty Rosen- stein, Ricky Roshto, Ellen Rosin, Steve Rot- blatt, Dave Ruelli. Bonnie Ruffolo, Jean Ryer, Richard Sachs, Robert Saltzman, Cecily Salvador, Barbara Sanford, Larry Santello, Rick Samat, Meg Schachter. Joel Schechter, Mark Scher, Diane Schmidt, Jim Schmidt, Bonnie Schnair, Roy Schoen- brod, Rich Schoenstadt, Steve Schroeder, Joy Schroederus. James Schuster, Wayne Schwalbach, Ricky Scoglio, Terry Searles, Susan Seeger, Laurence Segil, Marilyn Selz, Bamard Sher- man, Robert Sherman. Ditte Sherwood, Rhonda Shiffer, Karen Shore, Jan Shulman, Mark Shulman, Sam Shulman, Denise Siegel, Debra Silberman, Maura Silverman. Jeff Simon, Larry Simon, Mike Simon, Bob Simon, Richard Sincere, Shira Singer, Scott Slawin, Cathy Sloss, Barb Smith. Christopher Smith, Patty Smith, Ray Smith, Thayer Smith, Beth Smoler, Eugene Smy- slowski, Beth Snyder, Laurie Solgon, Renee Solk. ,s ,sm S lag ,,. 5-1 in 3 Judy Tamarri, Tony Tazioli, Martha Telp- t , ner, Eugene Temple, William Terman " Laurence Tobin, Sharon Tolar. dale, Douglas Venell. f -'-, '1 Debbie Solomon, Nancy Solomon, Larry W 1 A ' Spanier, Steve Springer, Gary Sprung, -1 ,,v. Lennie Steiger, Rolly Stein. 'yqffl , W, 1, i ' , , 1' Ty Stein, Dan Stem, Wendy Stemberg, Gail I Q W ff 7 ' Stewart, Peter Stone, Tom Suber, Gerald Takach. 'P' 1 11310, l I 1 ,M ,, , ,Ki Frank Travetto, Milt Treshansky, Sue Ull- g , 3 HI mann, Bruce Vai, Vic Van, Doug Van Ars- Jane Weil. Hey Mac, do you have a piece of bubble gum? Class of '71 Would you believe they're brother and sister? The Little Giant doesn't. Robert Wald, Joel Warren, Gail Warton, 1 1 klf Mike Vetter, Mary Vogds, Beth Volin, 1 i.. at--J s... Debbie Weis, Ricki Weiss, Jill Weis- senbach, Barry Weitzenfeld, Wes Wenk, Francine Wetzler. Heidi Weyant, Elizabeth White, Robin Whiteside, Naomi Wiener, Cheryl Wild, John Wilhelm. Debbie Willner, Amie Winick, Leslie Winter, Wendy Wirth, Harvey Wolf, ch . s-1 it i'65S'xu , tt 1 i V W1 12 s'-'4. 1: , :L , .1" 1.b: sf Leonard Wolf. It f ., at Lynne Wolf, Mike Wolf, Kerry Wolfe, Lester Woods, Emest Wustenburg, Dave Yaffe. Am H as ew , Mike Young, Pamela Zabel, Cath- V L'-' erine Zaccone, Mike Zahnle, Patrick ' ... A J Zahnle, Mary Zanotti. , . r ,f 1 am J gm 1 Garry Zimmerman, Roy Zimmer- man. NOT PICTURED Dickie Adwell Margie Adwell William Allmendinger Jim Anderson George Cole Michael Coleman A3 135, 3... 1 - '25 i C , iitcf, V , 1, . 4 1. 1 1 .1 J 1 X 5 l 'S - t sf 1, 51 1 K.. r.. Q. - 1 , - its sit,-1 E X r 1. P? Tv. .L g 'V ' it a , , 11' k ,A 'LS K 'L . I 'S ' Q 'iq-. Qzha 1 E. - t' tt' fa... nf' " t l, w M . W,.k H ' A. 51 if 3 2- - 1 n , t g 1 1 1' 1 1 3' ' I "a:1 14 1, 'Q 'ii ' z W ,,,A . F' ' -M, 11. -ll . ' ,, , 'WV' S , . tg, f g XM fi. ' 1 J r 1 '1 t'I' .1 rr" 1 ' m 1 P 1 1- 9- my L K 3' ' ,Vg ' 3, .g"'iN a A, ' 1, 1 3 is X 'ft , ,zigfzzs , . 1 .5 .1 .,, , l x- 'V "' "- 1, J f 2351, l , 11, :li 1 .EL 2, Ki. -Q , fig ,,' r 1 f "'t Q 1 41 ' X' K 1, ' 1i-" 1359: Q 1 My Q A Q 1 C ,L e 1, 1 135, , V-if. T j - , A T51 -59 ..1 V. . ,M , 1 'M 2' ,,,, 1 11 'ii 51.1 f. 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W 'il Diana Coorlim Shen'y Gjelsten Jill Greenebaum George Hamm Sue Hensley Patrick Lacy Ted Lugo John MacArthur Joseph Manfredini Steve Masters Thomas Mileski Rodney Morelli Robert Natkin Michael Perry Laura Salutsky Barbara Sheahen Peggy Southerton Larry Spear Richard Waite Bryan Wilder Gregory Wright 77 E W , Q. ,f ' f iv ACACGIUICS Dr, Karl Plath Dr- 191111 Price Superintendent, District 113 PYWCIPUI Administration Mr. Arthur Gosling ' Administrative Assistant to Superintendent Mr' Earlmg Zaeske Operations Manager Administration Office Staff STANDHVG: Mrs. Home, Mrs. Yurkonis, Mrs. Cliffe, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Bunch, Mrs. Reiken, Mrs. Patsy Mazzarelli, Mrs. Krist, Mrs. Dieter, Mrs. Ward. SITTING: Mrs. Mary Carlini, Miss Janette Watts, Mrs. Ruth Duncan, Miss Vemette Werhane. Administration At the beginning of the year, Dr. Price and Mr. Panther presented a glowing example of statesman- ship and diplomacy by speaking about faculty-stu- dent relationships before concerned students, who gave them a warm welcome. In an unusual display of benevolence, the administration then decided to allow students to serve time in detention hall after, instead of during, school. The administration also provided entertainment for the student body by issuing daily session notices, chock-full of unexpur- gated comments on student conduct. However the tragic extinction of daily session periods often pre- vented many students from enjoying the benefits of the articulate literary style of these witticisms. In addition, many of last year's privileges were re- scinded though the administration compensated for the loss by piping music into the corridors before and after school. MT- James Wisner Mr. Leslie Libakken Accountant Assistant Superintendent, District 113 Dr. Nathar Sara Mr. Harold J. Perry Coordinator of Reimbursable Curriculum Coordinator Programs and Research 81 Mr, Mark Panther Mrs. Io Matthews I Miss Shirley Hartz Assistant Principal, Administration Assistant Principal, Pupil Personnel Assistant Principal, Instruction ,mf- Mr. Vernon Hein Mr. David Floyr Guidance Department This year the Guidance Office was abolished a Highland Park High School. This change wasni really too radical, though, for it was replaced by th Pupil Personnel Services Center, a longer name fo the same thing. There were other innovations iz Guidance this year. We gained an Abraham Lincol: when Mr. Alexander returned to school in Septeir ber with a beard. ln addition, Mr. Hein, a forme HPHS history teacher returned to try his hand a another aspect of social study. Of course, some things in the Guidance Offic never change. Mrs. Hutchinson, a paragon of efi ciency, continues with her amazing ability 1 remember everyone's name, to talk to a student an on the telephone at the same time, and to cope wit fifty students all storming her desk at the san time to receive their SAT scores. Indeed, the PPS is an ACTive place. A it Mr. Robert Cash -,-Wm Mrs. Phyllis Hutchinson Receptionist Miss Jane Bond Mr. Dwight Austin Mr. James Alexander One of the daily trials and tribulations of Mrs. Hutchinson. College Consultant Aiea! N-29' Mr. John Broming 'Q 4357 ,zo Jg, Miss Gloria Haddy Miss Roberta Shine Mr. David Mihura Mr. Jerry Gmnska Department Chairman Mrs. Mae Eaton Miss Beatrice Blong I don't want to call it the Instructional Materials Center-so there! 84 English Department Students who enter the English department with Great Expectations, instead of climbing the ladder of success, are likely to find themselves rapidly fall- ing down the ladder of abstraction. Students, however, do succeed in many areas. After all, they have the benefit of Highland Park's own top-secret copyrighted invention: the three- three-three theme. This system has had to battle its way against a good deal of Pride and Prejudice, but it has emerged unscathed. In addition to leaming how to write, students who hang around the English department may pick up such fascinating tidbits of useless information as Mr. Grunska's art of rat swallowing. Of course, students do manage to pick up some facts which are a bit more pertinent to English. They leam the fool- proof method of passing any course-just dub the theme of every literary work either aimmortalityn or "loss of innocence." All these factors combine to make the English department the second most popular in the school Cnext to the gym department, of coursel. English appeals to everyone, whether he be Poe or rich, Wilde or tame, Lamb or Woolf. A student may find that some poems just don't Sitwell. He may Nash his teeth as teachers pile Moore and Moore work on him. He may even decide that the grass is Greener in another department. He will soon find, however, that the English department is the most Thoreau at HPHS. It is only an English teacher who can answer the question, "What are a poet's Words- worth?" CP.S.: The preceding article is not three- three, but after all, what is Donne is Donne.D KX Miss Bette Hubbs Ah-I think I've spotted another run-on sentence. Mr. Rodney Oppriecht Miss Myrna Krelstein Mr. George Philyaw ' il Mrs. Vivian Ross Mrs. Winifred Engemlan English Department 'S-"1 Rfk Aff Mr. Marc Reigel Curse you, 3f3 ................. Mr. Donald Heinzelman fm. d d d d Mr. Edward Lichtenstein MT- Gerald R'-Wei' S' Dr. John Munski Mr. Richard Seekamp MT- LHITY Kemlefb' Mrs. Barbara Creener Writing the wrongs- 1 Rick Melvoin-a study in character. Mrs. Esther Massover Mr. Ralph Cianchetti Miss Eunice Borman Mrs. Lenore Davenport Miss Helen Palmer Miss Barbara Meisterheim of the ladder of abstraction Special Services As part of special services, the audio-visual division of Highland Park greatly expanded this year. New equipment includes a closed circuit television, more movie projectors, and the team teaching rooms. Along with the new equipment came Mr. Alsberg. Beside ordering and setting up the equipment, Mr. Alsberg makes video tapes of the special activities around the school. Another area of the special services is develop- mental reading, where students strengthen their reading skills. The increased reading speed is helpful to students both in school work and in outside reading. The new vocabulary becomes a great asset when stu- dents take their college boards. The teachers of special education are trained to help those students who have special problems. Next year, special education will be incorporated as part of the guidance and counseling services. Mrs. Clarabeth Kemer Mrs. Dolores Foley Developmental Reading Developmental Rea ing Mr. Steven Alsberg Audio-Visual g . -ppuunnsi , 55, 11 I ' V: V, ,K J'f'x , N '...,-"- .,' EJ, , . . , I E fa ' Q' t' af 4 ' ,X-- .f re. ' ' i ...A 3 l sql ! w li K If . 3,1 El 5 3 E x Q! A A . 7,4 S , , -fs Sir , . c ' l T ' ns Q W I if T it I vm tl in ,I-Q0 If Q 5 n.is5'2cl'i .3 'I Q "Don't look now, but I have a feeling someone is about to take a picture of us.' 25222: E "--'?.zu.Al,...iia4-itz?- Mr. Paul Hannig Special Education Mrs. lla Edwards Special Education Mrs. Sonia Swanson Mrs. Marcia Burdick Sl-Yeclal Education Special Education A Social Studies Department We didn't lose our Hartz in the Social Studies De- partment this year-we stood our ground as the fittest in good Spencerian fashion. The Department again covered many areas of study from King Charles I's attempt to marry his son to the economic Cor were they political?J causes of the Amer- ican Revolution. The Afro-Asian seminar provided a welcome relief from the "read-and-be-tested" class- rooms, and students didn't even Keare about writing those twenty-page research papers. The Sociology classes found it difficult to solve the problems of abor- tion, discrimination, and Vietnam, but closing the door took care of the draft. The American history classes continued to Pierce myths that have grown up about U.S. presidents. Stu- dents leamed the shocking information that George Washington had red hair and wooden teeth. Students were even more disillusioned to find that Grant's first name, the only good part about him, was not Ulysses but Hiram. In economics, Mr. Anthony continued to tell his fish story. Medieval history students continued their feudal search for the cause of the Dark Ages. Modem European history junior scholars Progressed on a diet of Praise God Barebones and Bourbon. The students this year enjoyed a great opportunity to meet people outside of Highland Park. Roberto Velasco, Mikiko Moriya, Judy Armstrong, Roosevelt Cleveland, and Stanleigh Cooper all provided students with interesting insights into their worlds. Political Discord Erupfs mia! Mr Kenneth Wedding h-I 'V - N es. -A-B Mr. Louis Silverstein HOW SFDLUR N WPPQSU USR WEN IW HURN Miss Julie Anderson Mrs, Pamela Keare eie f " insiei ei Mr. Leonard Becker Mr. Charles McGivem Mrs. Glenda Carden Ffudenfs solve the problems of the world l 8 .M Do you feel as though someone's watching you? Miss Patncla Progre Mr. James Monahan Mr. Harold McMullen Department Chairman .ek Mr. Gilbert Martin Mrs. Patsy Lill Science Department The science department at HPHS provides mon opportunities for students than any other .... oppor tunities to break things, that is. Not only is it wel stocked with the traditional beakers, thermometers and slides, but also available are delicate balances pipettes, multi-lense microscopes, and centrifuges. Some science courses become dangerous at times Woe to persons who tread the halls of the M100' during physics experiments. He is sure either t4 become entangled in heaps of slinkies or to receive : blow on the head from the whirling dervish type equip ment which demonstrates centripetal force. The Chen Study students of Highland Park also have to lool sharp when dealing with their high molarity chemicals Five molar hydrochloric acid is nothing to be sniffer at. Biology holds its own set of trials and tribulation for the ardent young scientist. Besides hunting frog in their natural habitat, it is also sometimes necessarj to beat one's way through the dense vegetation of tht greenhouse infested with as yet unidentified wildlife DNA molecules once again proved to be the bane 0 sophomore biology students as they discovered tht secrets of their innermost cells. Besides the danger involved, the science course try to fulfill basic goals. The department is mainlj concerned with giving the student who does not holt science dear to his heart a basic background in tht field and also providing those planning to specialize in science with an opportunity for independent study. Eeny-meeny-miney-amoeba. 92 V Mr, Richard Edwards Miss Patsy Mueller MT- 1311195 H-ifonimus 'ire, air, earth, and wafer risfofle had the right idea! The Persecution and the Assassination of Physnbs as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum Under the Direction of Marquis de Hanson. Mrs. Bonnie Rowe an I Mr. Ralph Elseman .15 A V Ee. it i N I5,m.1,.,. f' " -W Q 5.1 ' '11, ' A w--- Y . eQvsffe2vf"f i' 1 V' so fag iffi '. ., lp a,s, inf.. Us . . ig. ' ' 3'Y"12ffL-' Q ' . . -.. : , i A , :1,f.,.w- .nu '. J.,,.M, ,. 5 -A 5 X51 xg.: , 1 Q 41,13 ' f .L,, . ' K Mr. Gene Haug Mr. Robert Asplund Mrs. Loraine Cardinal , ui 5 Science A stand off at Chem Creek! " 'gtg ,iff , ,. 1521515 52Y'.35if5: i .w--W .fi - - z X 5 l e Mr. Robert Carmichael Miss Juliana Cerrits e r l I ,,.......,...,, 6 f5z.......,...J ...........l 9,3 "Yeahl So what else do they serve in here?" 94 Mr. H.E. Hanson Mr. Joseph Motyl 2 B or not 2 B - that is the question Mr. Larry Brotzman . Department Chairman Mr. C.S. Stunkel MY- CJ- Winklet' Mr. Robert Wegner Miss Delores Oleson Math Department The Mathematics Department of Highland Park High School teaches many facets of advanced arith- metic. In addition to leaming the fundamentals of algebra, geometry, and calculus, students also learn about the other areas which math encompasses. Math is truly one of the graphic arts, for students can leam as much about drawing from one of Mr. McCord's twelve-problem graph exercises as from a week's so- journ in the Arc Institute. With its chords and loga- rithms, math also becomes part of music. It would be a hyperbole to say that math teachers always stick to math in their classes. They go off on as many tangents as other teachers. Everyone knows that Mr. Brotzman has a big boat, a camper truck, and acute son. Everyone knows about Mr. Winkleyis farm and, of course, about his goats. Students do learn math eventually, though. It is from the Math Department at HPHS that students learn the best way of scalene the steep slope of the pyramid of life. "Gee, this is a lot better than tinker toys! Math Department Mr. Steve Land Mr. Erland Engstrom Mr. Algene Pearson v This is a recorded message. The equation you have dialed is in error. Please be sure you have been dialing the correct equation. I 1 X . uri 'fuif""' N Miss Lucille Diedrick Mr. John Chickemeo Miss Florence Wood Mr. Gerald Varland All numbers are irrafion al Mr. Richard Kenney s 3 ' S+ SL eq x fa is me f, .fr H 5 iwlggf i em, . iw 'vine' 'Q Hem it ,sei s3,E:3,E1,5: We could make beautiful angles together. Mr. Kenneth McCord Mrs. Louise Tilmon K Languages-Hieroglyphics Miss Elizabeth Joiner Mr. John Arreazola Sing along with Teach. N . ,WK for everyday use- Mr. William Schildgen Innovations were numerous in Highland Park High School's language department this year. For French etudiants, a fifth yearindependent study program was initiated. For fourth year Spanish alumnos, classes to which Deerfield students were bused were instituted. The language department also had the closest thing to a "talk" hall at High- land Park this year. Although students could not talk to each other during the departmenfs new system of open lab, they were able to do the next best thing-talk to themselves. Despite these changes, some things in the lan- guage department remained traditional. Miss Tarry, for example, still starts her classes with the words, "La cloche a sonnef' Miss Joiner continues to inquire "catch?', when she lectures. "Dites-moi quelque chose de sa vie" remains Miss McKichan's favorite way of beginning the study of a new author. In the Spanish department Mr. Kroll still protests, "English? lim not a native speaker." The familiar "zut alors" of Miss Handzel always will serve as a bad example of well-spoken French. Similarly, Mr. Arreazola will forever impress upon his class the close relationship between Spanish and baseball lin the manner of a favorite teacher in the English departmentl. Another tradition is the small bit of Greek which Miss Anderson gives to her fourth year Latin class each year. Poor language students, those who insist on pronouncing "mais" as "maize', and "livre" as "leave her," will continue, of course, to drive teachers to the verge. Ill, sniffling, and sneezing pupils will always insist that speaking through the nose enhances a foreign language. Nevertheless, the language teachers, continuing to bellow, "It's Goethe, not goatee and Corneille, not Cornellf in the end, will overcome. Miss Ioan Ott Miss Shirley Bogs Mrs. Hildegard Sandahl Miss Lynn Weaver Language in Thought and Action -N., Mrs. Nancy Doedens Miss Grace McKichan Languages My W - mf -,iz we , - W e ., f'f'fN f '- J' 1 W 'un W M ., f A Miss Hazel Tarry 1' c f M 14 VV V5 , 4 I . .G A M6961 H i 1, , , ' , 1- , f x:mf4Rmq ,M ,,, "wW,",,,""PGw.u,., ww. g, 7' fa-M....,,,,4+w1f,.. mm is ,WJ I 9- J -ZX?-QWTCJ' JJ?" ..,, QW. W., , mr" 1 g if is A me , l v 3 Miss Anne Sovish "This is your hippie-dippie weather man." Miss Alice Anderson 100 Miss Joan Handzel Mr. William Kroll Mi5S Suzanne Van den Bmeck Mr. Donald Younker Mr. Edward Albin Mrs. Ruth Esserrnan Department Chairman Mr. Charles Visgatis Music Department The Music Department offers a great Liszt of opportunities for students interested in music. The keynote of the department is to give every student a chance to participate. Students have their choice of learning about music theory, about singing, or about how to play and Handel instruments. Many factors have been instrumental in making the Music Department what it is today. The Music Staff and the students, too, have made notable con- tributions. What would the Music Department be with- out the wall-to-wall people who line its corridors every moming? And, what would the Department be with- out the annual spring shout, "Bach is back!" uiniv..........-. Mwmmw- Bob Barancik draws on his talent. Art Department The art students who enter HPHS are often graphic examples of unvamished talent. They are, however, immediately put to work creating masterpieces of rather dubious value. Future Michelangelos and po- tential Van Goghs express themselves through various mediums-medium good and medium bad. Some classic illustrations are the sculptures, which are really chips off the old block, and some of the paintings that really get the brush-off. CMaybe they have bad breath?D In spite of these shortcomings, the students never lose their perspectiveg they remain in proportion whatever happens. Some of the students' paintings are barely paletteable, but success comes quite easel-y to others who mix colors red-ily. The art department prepares students well: they work their way through the primary colorsg the secondary colorsg and, of course, the collage colors. Mr. Martin Haberland Department Chairman Mr. Thomas Carbol Mrs. Ghita Hardimon 101 ...W My My, another American innovation. Business Department The business education department accounts for some of the most useful types of courses offered at HPHS. It insures that students know such practical and vital skills as how to file for bankruptcy and how to keep books. In addition to these taxing courses, the business education teachers also teach their students how to type right, how to coldly calculate, and how to file and defile. Students also invest their time in classes which teach fundamentals of finance, business law, retailing, and secretarial science. There are many problems to overcome in business education. Students are shocked to find that type- writer keys are unlettered, that accounting is harder than trigonometry, that shorthand is as much a foreign language as French. Of course, there are compen- sations for these problems. Instead of hiking up three stories to their classes, the business education students now have the prettiest and most accessible rooms i11 the school. This just goes to show the Walls which can be surMounted with good management. CPS. The pre- ceding article is strictly personnell. Mr. Kenneth Iorstad Department Chairman Q-'36 P ss 1 Mr. Robert Cardiff Mr. James Voss Mrs. Greta Mount J '-x f Y I as Miss Marie Wall a Home Economics Department Mrs. Marge Lothian J if , A, 2 'ugh .. 3 5 f x my 4 2 . r Ls. Z X 2 f , 4' '1 ' Q Al , . s a ' Considering that the culinary skill of the average girl entering Home Ec. is usually restricted to the creation of a perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwich, the strange aromas originating from this department at the start of the year were to be expected. However, as the year progressed, not only did the cakes become edible, even pleasing, but there also seamed to be improvements in the sewing department. The stu- dents, while acquiring experience in child care by running a nursery school, often found it necessary to defend their charges from remarks like l'My stars, the Mrs. Norma Hammerberg Department Chairman freshmen get shorter every yearf, Egged on incessantly by their instructors, the girls were encouraged to meat the demands of the course, because, after all, every- thing was at steak. Mrs. Jean Young Mr. Lloyd Devereaux Mr. Harold Carpenter Department Chairman I am getting board of this. Industrial Arts Department "Wooden it be loverly" would be an appropriate slogan for the crafty students of the industrial arts department. Students in this department learn to make useful objects out of wood, to repair cars, and to work with metal and electricity. In addition to these regular activities, students also create the sets and scenery for Stunts and other school productions. These unique services show that the Industrial Arts students are always on their mettle. However, members of the department are still perplexed by the question "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?" It is rumored, though, that the instructors searched for the answer to this problem but only saw dust. f u , flf V Mr. Paul McLaughlin Miss Nancy Tank Department Chairman Mrs. Ann Chamberlain My 'f c M ' cc c LW, . W, 1 K. xg J' M , . , - , . 'K Miss Clarice Giffhom Jw Perfect . . . and practice. iiilxci. Miss Bonnie Haskett Miss Sandra Pong ls. Miss Carol Nations Miss Kathleen Disbrow Miss Judith Stoltenberg Miss Sonja Caliendo Girls' Physical Education Despite the fact that all girls allegedly take their gym suits home every week, the girls' gym depart- ment is still not as clean as it should be. Many rackets are found throughout the department. Lethal weapons such as hockey sticks, baseball bats, golf clubs, and arrows abound. Girls spend a great deal of time in the pool room, hanging around the bars, and tramping. Many girls are often Tanked up in dazzling, original Tank suits. Because of the general atmosphere of evil, there is a good deal of mistrust in the girls, gym depart- ment. Teachers are so afraid that their phone will be spirited off that they keep it in the closet. Steal- ing is rampant in the locker room. If a girl doesn't lock her locker, for example, that noted klepto Mrs. Prell will take her clothes and hold them for ransom. Often, not evil, but laziness is the main problem in the girls' gym. The girls indulge in a mystical ritual called Body Mechanics and Relaxation during which they sleep for forty minutes every day. When not sleeping, they lounge around listening to Beatle records all period. These girls are incorrigibleg not even the cleansing efforts of Prell and Pons or the prohibition work of Carrie Nations can clean up this den of infamy. f it 1 5 at - A 1 e I T . t s Mrs. Antoinette Prell I think they've finally done it- they've regressed. 105 f,qSf5'v I I A-P fi? Boys' Physical Education 'cLet George do it" is the motto of the boys' gym department. Unlike the girls, the boys don't have to wash their own smelly gym suitsg instead, they A just hand their dirty uniforms to good ole George. Although he doesn't have to be a good laundress, a student in boys, gym ought to be a Wiz in many areas of sports. With four years of such activities as soccer, wrestling, swimming, tumbling, softball. tennis, and touch football, a boy should emerge from high school in pretty good shape. Of course, this is after four years. After forty minutes of a I strenuous gym period, however, a boy is lucky if he has the strength to make it to his next class. But of course, that's how the old ball bounces. ,ug wg. - H ' C .t . qkgtzsprfi-s 3: 53, :,i-S2:s:f,j-iggg .. ,Ea .,,. 4 M it. " a v fa-I .Q 5,3 1 v s i' -- . N GE' X , G ,Q-fig . H L Mr. Steve Bindas Department Chairman in ,.. 40 ,nsal ,mm G0 get 'eml A Mr. James Righeimer K 'ix Mr. Daniel Wisniewski Mr, Chet Carlson w. K IVA Mr. Melvin Edwards Mr. Charles Schramm Mr. Bill Railiff V . 3 f is ' ff? if t w.. ',MW' , 3 T Q Mr, Don Davis Mr. John Scomavacco Mr. George Burmeister Mr. Milo Casper Department Chairman Mr. Ronald Hextell Traffic Safety The driveris education course appeals to a great variety of people. The artistically oriented student appreciates the aesthetic quality of such films as Death on the Highway. The nosy student enjoys the private telephone conversations he can monitor on his car's Walkie-talkie. He also likes to see how closely he can tail-gate another car or to slam on the brakes ten feet from the stop sign. Quickly he leams he cone not make left turns from the right lane. For the violent student, there is always an opportunity to brake things-he can knock over stop signs, smash into other autos in the simulator, or shatter speed limits on the road. The efficient student admires the success of the drivers ed program-illustrated by the number of students who received their licenses on their first try. Thus, the driver education program is for everyone from the car-ful to the unyielding. Everyone auto take driver's ed, and everyone does. Mr. Cal Spears Mr. Fred Harris Special Services Main Office Staff STANDING: Mrs. Hill, 'Mrs. Rontz, Mrs. Miller, Miss Batt, Mrs. Ledlie Mrs. Zaeske, Mrs Cardiff' Mrs. Bielert, Mrs Joy Mrs. Heal Mrs. H ti chinson. SITTING: Mrs. Lindahl, Mrs. Semoiiick,,Miss Aynsiy. u Librarians Miss Adele Higgins, Miss Mary Boesen, Miss Viola James Attendance Office Staff Mrs. Eleanor Bock, Mrs. Margaret Appleton, Miss Eliza- beth Berglind Miss Mary Thompson Mr. Abraham Silverman Mrs. Vivian Kaplan District 113 Social Worker Bookstore Staff Mr. Floyd Bames, Mr. Pat Pasquesi 9 Psychologist Miss Essie Anglum Nurse are Study Hall Supervisor Mrs. Audrey Ryall Nurse 108 it f N4 I , V.,V V w 5 l Qmeq X if x 'tt x Maintenance Charles Winkler, Ned Glader CMaintenance Directorj Bus Drivers BACK ROW: Charles Winkler, Lloyd Moon, Frank Abe lard, Emory Cleveland, Bill Russell. FRONT ROW: Am- arico Ladurini, Ed Morely, Frank Santoro. Mrs. June Curtis Food Service Director for Distribt 113 Cafeteria and Maintenance Custodians BACK ROW: Sam Piacenza, Alfon- so Olson, William Pranzini, Norman Peterson, John Scornavacco, Her- bert Zimmer. FRONT ROW: Pete Chioni, George Burmeister, Ed Amendola, Rocco Scopelliti, Americo Ladurini. Cafeteria Staff BACK ROW: Rose Dwye, Eloise Spitzer, Julie Bucanti, Kai Ori, Betty Johnson, Grace Kyle, Ric ard Davis, David Pappas. Larry Lindeman. FRONT ROW: Ann Berube, Irene Kombol, Helen Hamm, Rosann Lazz- aretto, Catherine Costello, Caroline Pehan CAssistant Managerj. Barry Russell acts as an encore to the Pom-Pon Squad Mr. Roy Dransfeldt Policeman 109 P 1 A ' . ki' ' -1- in-1 rv-if " . , .1 X' GRGAU IZAIIOU ..,y-1 ' Lrzn "3 . If fl, I gp-.Q 1' J. I. nf I 9. 'O 'lf-r r'1 ,I ul I vi 5 awr' ...EK .-3 , t V M' ' M ' 1 Tl , wg! 1. 6 . X Tv X 111 ':. 11- 're--,W Michael Margeson Michael Collins President Vice-President "In my opinion, there isn't a drop in school spirit around here." rv' 2 Mikiko Moriya Roberto Velasco 112 'Qt .J N i Jill Stein Ken Block Secretary Treasurer THE "BLOCK"-BUSTER burgers with Velasco sauce. Judy Annstrong In the parking lot, the Ballenger gang was peeling stickers off the horses. Peering out of M-25 Deput Collins warned Sheriff Margeson, who pulled out lu trusty Krause-45 from the school chest. "My arm strongg I can defeat them!" he said. Leaving Marg as gord on the fort, the posse rushed to the lot bu the Ballenger gang had left an eighth of a period be fore. "I bet that traitor Terry gi ped us again ani said we were comingf' declaredp Marshall System Executing a quick tumabout, Hirsching his deputie over the Fields and epp the steins, Sheriff Margesoi overtook the gang. "This doesnit jill," said Ballen ger, "How did they find us?D His gang ig Nora ei him. As a gail of wind arose Q"They call the wma Moriyanl, the two groups began to fight. XA Xl swore Ballenger as he fell from his horse Halt' cried Cordy, intervening, "I can settle this dispute -I conduct great student-administration discussions Now take an oath of friendship: Jody, place you ear over your heart . . ." As the sun sank 1nto the west, Sheriff Margeson invited everyone to h1s rancl where Ma T. Stein had prepared a meal of Kim SPONSORS: Mr. Edwards, Miss Haskett Mmwh if 'erry Gips Margy Cordon Cordy Wolf Wendy Nora Student Council Executive Board Iarty Stein Gail Hirsch Kim Hammefbefg 28 Vallet KYB'-153 Ira Hirschfield ,v""" Ballenger Jody Earhart David Eppstein I Judy Armstrong Roberto Velasco Mikiko Moriya l Ashington, England Biura, Peru Tokyo, Japan A.F.S. OFFICERS: Marcia Zucker fMngr.J, John Oppenheimer fTreas.D, Robin David lSec'y.J, Mike Collins fPres.l, Paul Lehman fMngr.J. SPONSOR: Mr. Carmichael. Q American Field Service l To be franc, the American Field Service Committee l actually is Sparta the Student Council. Profits from the W sale of Canady at Snack Bar are used by AFS to support our foreign exchange students. The members try to Sweden the stay of their foreign friends by throwing parties to which everyone Con-go. Guidance is provided by the American "parents" who make sure that their guests do not Rome too far, especially in Chile weather. Exchange students from neighboring high schools all Russia to HPHS for the AFS weekend, highlighted by Stlmts. Although it may seem difficult to converse in a combination of British, Japanese, and Spanish, the members of AFS would rather fight than Swiss their exchange students. Students found Snack Bar unusually irresistable this year! i cy A rg, LZ, ' sz: W ,ww I ga. Agia:-,jw:, ilnfgfdgsf 4 f 1 - -'cfzffz ' '- s, .4. , 'wfwafa ' X ,af tgp - V . r a , - fr I . n" J H, A-+vs'1 'I'.3f5lf93?-5511.1 , B 5 at i L . ,, - i ? - - . A ffT'M.I':si241-""' QM A 4 ' , ,,,. ,r " -' ' " ' " " -, , c 4' 'ff i t f 525 : lr , - L ' t ' "H Q- "Ji" 'I' f ,M . ' ,",-9? ,. f'z?'t2:',vz:'f -g -1,1,",'fi:gfg5-159352. :' gf. 1 'La 4 - an 1 l . ,Q 4 Y tltiilrfww-ff "1 ww-,1.,f.afg5gigmj,:L5f,gf:.' . -M' .. r is , ' .i . ,gg p S Nr p , Q' ,A1..P-rf.?1'N' '39!l55Jf1"'!'J" ,A ' P wr - aw- .-M-- vw. - 1,-, N ,.a.',-Mes. N11 :K 'mfrfsaiaitf' 4 mar i " . L' 74 . 3-fC?awsi" f'TT?' V '22 V ,a,.,w,- M- aw,-arg., ,t A wwf - ', - W, as L .I 1- ..a.gL?ZQj was .Wf""f"'fi4lm,1,ef?'Zmfk,,rr 9' pam. Boys' Club Boys' Club, one of the few remaining all-stag strongholds in the school, Csince even Varsity Club has been infiltrated! extended its big hairy arms and welcomed hundreds of new freshmen boys into its ranks this year. The boys, however, remained on friendly terms with Girls' Club, and again obligingly acted as waiters for the Mother-Daughter Banquet. In addition to this traditional service, Boys, Club sponsored several Fun Nights during the school year. The money obtained from these functions was awarded by the boys in the form of scholarships at the close of the year. BOYS ' CLUB BOARD: Brad Lind lV.P,D, Barry Russell CTreas.J Chuck Sarkad .lV.P.J, Steve Sie el fSec'y.D, Scott Addison CPres.J, Jeff Olzhan, Dave Whiteliill. ABSENTEES: Pat Baker, Larry Anspach. SPONSOR: Mr. Haug. r o'ss ,MQ Q . Em' iris A OFFICERS: Pe y Richland tSecly.J, Debbie Kleinman fTreas.D, Peggy Morrisonggoph Rep.D, Francv Joseph CPres.J, Holly Logan lSoc Chmn J Wendy Herzog CV P J ABSENTEE Jill Maling Girls' Club ' " ' " fPf"'i CW- As the Girls' Club picture shows, "Behind every great man is a woman." Despite this attitude, Girls' Club does not discriminate against boys. In fact, some of the members of the club have been heard to say: "Some of our best friends are boysf' Of course, Girls' Club is segregated to a degree. Only girls can be salesmen in the Magazine Drive, gorge themselves at the Big-Little Sister tea, and be pres- ent at the annual scholarship weep-in. However, boys can participate in the affairs of Girls' Club by gallantly serving at the Mother-Daughter Banquet, collecting rubbish in the Clean-up Campaign, or buying magazines in the Magazine Drive. BOARD BACK ROW: Laurie Bowers, Adie Birnbaum, Miss Progre, Miss Mueller, Debby Kramer. SECOND ROW: Debbie Jahn, Ellen Siegel, Laura Cohen, Jane Fucik. FRONT ROW: Kathy Steele, Jodie Giallanza, Carrie Cianchetti, Shelley Kreiter. School Spirit . . . Cheerleaders With the help of some power crystals of Cheer, the Varsity and Sophomore squads grew even Bluer and Whiter as they performed at the athletic events this year. In addition to helping create many of the decorations, the Cheerio Kids were responsible for writing and organizing the Homecoming Pep Rally. SOPHOMORE Becky Hurst, Marcia Ori, Judy Hirsch, Barb Eisenschiml Debbie Eppstein, Bunny Class, Linda Kagan. ABSENTEE Jane Paradise CCapt.J. Pom-Pon Squad Treading softly, the Pom-Pon Squad once again presented a number of original half-time shows for the football and basketball audiences. Conscious of the attention attracted by their new uniforms, the girls were careful to point their toes during the year's in- tricate routines. BACK ROW: Nancy Gold, Jo Piacenza, Miss Mueller, Jane Kircheimer, Carole Flax, Kathy Pilurs. SIXTH ROW: Debbie Redman, Carol Kronenberger, Jan Michell, Susan Salita, Margie Morrison. FIFTH ROW: Harriet Gold, Ellen Winters, Wendy Nora, Nanci Padorr. FOURTH ROW: Terry Gold, Marg Gordon, Karin Epton. THIRD ROW: Kathy Bartoni, Gail Bortolbtti, Hanie Yee. SECOND ROW: Sue Kahnweiler CSec'y.l, Debby Kramer QCO- Capt.b. FRONT ROW: Joanne Lederman tCapt.J. ABSENTEE: Lynn Lerman. ,L W, t VARSITY BACK ROW: Jody Earhart, Ellen Hirsch, Ginger Moss CCapt.J, Shelley Rodin, Randi Gore. FRONT ROW: Janet Krause, Elyse Schneiderman, Kathy Morris. Maiorettes The Majorettes are distinguished, because, un- like many of their counterparts elsewhere, they wear skirts which are not "bizarre," During the football season, the squad hazards all types of foul weather to cavort about the field with the marching band. The girls also contribute their spirit to the half-time entertainment at basketball games. BACK ROW: Margy Altman tCa LD, Barb Haplerin, Carole Konsler. FRONT ROW: Janet Scliiff, Kathie Penrose. ABSENTEE: Cathy Knapp. OFFICERS: Sonia Bemardi fFrosh Rel-7-I, Ellen Rosenblum KFrosh Rep.J, Terry Gold KTreas.D, Vicki Schwartz fSen. Rep.J, Beth Moses fPres.J, Shelley Rodin fV.P.J, Mary Chaimson fSec'y.l, Sandy Kramer fPub. Chmn.J, Sandy Sage CSoph. Rep.l. ABSEN TEE: Gail Bortolotti Gun. Repj. BOARD BACK ROW: Susan E. Wolf, Ilene Meyers, Nancy Gold, Jane Kircheimer, Debby Sokolsky, jessica Fomian, Debbie Soglin. THIRD ROW: Mary Graham, Diane Seder, Sharon Rubin, Holly Bimbaum, Jill Zimmerman, Amy Goldman. SECOND ROW: Jill Janows, Barb Mendelson, Nancy Isserman, Harriet Gold, Susan Friedman, Debbie Bogert. FRONT ROW: Margy Gordon, Judy Gruber, Betsy Cochran, Carole Konsler, Laurie Baum. ABSEN TEES: Naomi Boxerman, Cathy Crane, Louise Fuente, Mary Goodman, Nancy Creenebaum, Ricki Gross, Linda Haskins, Dede Johns, Rozzi Moi? Patty Ratajczyk, Jill Rodgers, Marlon Schneider, Susan L. Wo . Pep Club Pep Club members, easily identified as those spectators whose faces tumed altemately blue and white with anger, excitement, or frostbite Cdepending on the sportl, were reminded again this year of the well-known axiom that the "Little Giants are GREAT!" Tremendous splashes were made when Pep Club organized the colorful swarm of window painters for Homecoming. Pep Club also sponsored an evening of caroling at the Highland Park Hospital, as well as an Ice Cream Social with an 1890's theme, which took place in March. Spreading good cheers, Pep Club Board had not only a clean and bright, but a White Section at several games, in addition to a few card and glove sections. Freshly-baked cookies were dis- tributed as an added incentive for away games. Another innovation was the monthly bulletin through which Pep Club informed its members of cheerful events and spirited happenings. hAX B.O.S.S. A welcome addition to each game was the boy strous presence of the members of B.O.S.S. The boys bossed the spectators into cheering by screaming through megaphones and inventing their own cheers to add to the repetoire of the cheerleaders. Dis tinguished by their funny hats and their enthusiastic pep, the members rallied the spirits of drooping fans throughout every game. Boys Organization for School Spirit sponsored the car parade which every student auto have attended. Sporting effort was displayed when the boys gathered to sell buttons and conduct the float contest at Homecoming. Their influence was definitely heard throughout the year. BACK ROW: Ron Rosedale, Gary Rogaliner CPres.D, Gary Bunnan, Mike Sarkady. THIRD ROW: Mike Klein, Paul Lehman, Ross Pascal, Glen Fineman. SECOND ROW: Chuck Sarkady, Jim Pielet, Ken Spector, Don Klein, FRONTROW: Buzzy Eppstein, Mark Zim- mett, Fabian Bloom, Nate Resnick, Ed Gietl. . . . School Sports 1 T2 9, A Q 5 pr 'W , X x y it S 1 iQ :iff W fn OFFICERS: Judy Fell 1Sec'y.l, Ellissa Miller CSoc. Chmn.l, Nancy Bertram CV.P.J, Lorra Rudman QPub. Chmn.J, M Nerini CTreas.J, Gladys FranlgyfPres.J. Penguin , ff 5 3 rr ,' Q! W5 1 i if .,,- i 5 g if '1 K N,,' . "" ". .,'-' xi f ,,,, i:'f,:11f'iYic"" ' 1 ' f-- V ' ' 1 " g - 11? g 2 f ,, J ' M! V ii' 1 A Ag, ?V,fa1.r:, fyly X. A . - H 4 , 5 I I I 2 ,,.- 1, W li - 1 " 7 ,ymw ,' Q, 1 xx . 1 I , 5 "AH .' 1 W ' LX' I I ' , A ' L 15... ,V B Senior Penguin Head: Jo Ann Shimizu Junior Penguin Head: Peggy Lansman Z 118 H.G.A. H.G.A.'s intramural program provides a sprmg board for all girls who wish to get into the swim of school sports. Some afternoons, the girls tramp out to the hockey field to prove that they are archer even than their instructors. Tumbling joyfully in the spirit of enthusiasm which permeates H.C A the girls show that they are on the right track by eagerly participating in the annual Playday. Act1v1 ties such as the new teachers' Welcome Party and the Father-Daughter Banquet help to bridge the golf between the athletic association and the rest of the school. Things are always hopping at H.G A which is understandable since their mascot IS a great green frog. BOARD BACK ROW: Jodi Llsa Perry, Ilise Brovm, Robin Shoemaker, Jane Bemard, Nancy Isserman, Jeanie Digani, Barr, Diane Seder, Debbie Goldman, Jill ROW: Nanci Padorr, Robin David, Betsy baum, Belle F ingold, Lynn Donor, Alison Wien FRONT ROW: Sue Kahnweiler, Barb Frank, Laurie Baum, Jan Dawe, Bonnie Frost, Laurie Varsity Club All year, the letter-sweatered Varsity Club members passed Gingerly among spectators at games to tackle the sale of mounds of programs. The club also had a ball sponsoring the homecoming dance fore their goal was raising money for scholarships. At the end of the various sport seasons, searching for a fair way to honor athletes, they threw awards dinners since tees were inappropriate. BACK ROW: Joe Tobin CPres.?, Mickey Cousin CSgt.-at-Armsl, Chip Mills KTreas.J, Dan Rosenberg fV.P.j. FRONT ROW: Kathy Morris CSec'y.J. BACK ROW: Dorothy Brown, Wendy Herzog. FRONT ROW: Susan Gaines, Nancy Marder. Future Teachers of America "The times they are a-changin',,' apple-y applies to the renovation which FTA underwent this year. The owl, long the symbol of scholarly wisdom, was replaced by a white plushy dog with long silky ears and a saucy red bow. With "Take a teacher out to lunchn as their motto, the girls of FTA presented every teacher with a shiny red apple. Despite the success of the annual Student-Teacher Exchange Day, and an impressive roster of guest speakers, the girls once again failed in their project to make FTA co-educational. FTA encouraged the girls to make their teaching professions into more than 1 just small erasures on that great big blackboard N of life. Human Project AWARE Early every Saturday moming, sleepy but aware students board a bus for the Isham YMCA on Chi- cago's North Side. There, these youthful volunteers participate in a program designed to encourage understanding between Highland Parkers and the underprivileged children of Chicago. The students project themselves in an attempt to broaden the experiences of children who never knew the wonders of a trip to the zoo or a closetful of toys. In return, the Highland Parkers gain the opportunity of be- coming involved in the aspects of a life which differs radically from their own. BACK ROW: Lynn Reisler fExec.l, Miss Bomlan. FRONT ROW Allce Finston fPres.J, Professor CMascotJ, Judy Konowitz CV.P. and Sec yl ABSENTEE: Bonnie Frost fExec J Relations Forum I ., .Y . 7 OFFICERS: Rick Melvoin CV.P.J, Miss Oleson, Mark Rosenbaum QSec'y.-Treas.J, Judy Konovvitz CPres.J. ABSENTEE: Cary Root CToumey Dir.J. National Forensic League Although the members of Debate Club are never speechless, they do possess the desire and ability to argue with anyone about anything at any time. Besides a set of strong lungs, a debater also needs a magnifi- cent pair of biceps in order to lift the tremendously massive trophies which the members of this club per- sist in acquiring. Affirmatively speaking, their prowess at oratorical declamation is not a debatable topic. Reorganized this year by Mr. Kennedy and Mrs. Carden, the debate team has become one of the high schoolls most successful participants in interscholastic competition. Bridge Club If someone were really to call a spade a spade, he: have to admit that Bridge Club is one of the gamie groups of the school. The members are heartless cre: tures, each one has a, club to brandish against his opp' nents. The Bridge Clubbers certainly aren't ol biddiesg they're always up to some new trick. One pu pose of Bridge Club is to play toumaments again other schools. The Bridge Clubbers hate to lose the: tournaments though, that is the unkindest cut of al When the Bridge Clubbers are caught double-dealin they are often seen to do a royal flush. 'vp YP .IUNIOR VARSITY DEBATERS BACK ROW: Jim Dessauer, Cliff Saper, Stu Shlensky. FRONT ROW: Brad Falkof, Robbie Glueck, Ira Frost, Mike Weinberg. ABSENTEES: Jan Friedman, Scott Garland, Mike Gordon, Jeff Schell, Bob Schlesinger. -. VARSITY DEBATERS BACK ROW: Dennis Ross, Jim Krauss, NOVICE DEBATERS BACK ROW: Jeremy Rosenblum, Phil 1091 ROS6Ilblii, Chl1Ck Meyer, .l0l1 R0S0HblUIIl- FRONT ROW! Masler, Steven Liebach, Michael Schary, Anne Jacker. MIDDLE Bob Luskin, Cordon Lewin CSec'y.J, Scott Clabman 1Pres.J, ROW Stan Krauss, Laura Kaiser, Jeff Melvoin, David Cannan. Steve Feinberg fV.P.J. SPONSOR: Mr. Kennedy. FRONT ROW: Matt Rock, Randy Moraveck, Jimmy Schuster, 120 Marvin Bloom. ABSEN TEES: Joe Drew, Jim Lackner. SPONSOR Mrs. Carden. Creative Arts Club In the words of the president of Creative Arts Club, 'We art striving for dignity." As always, a turp in :ime helps their problems to varnish. The budding young masters are made of impressionable Klee, for :hey are easely moved by the Cezannes as well as the Dalis. 'Elyse Schneiderman fV.P.J, Hal Fischer KTreas.J, Jennifer Fell lSeC'y.D, Fran Padorr CPres.D. SPONSOR: Mr. Visgatis. Literary Club Literary Club is sweeping the school as its well- Twained members Buck the tide of mundane litera- ture. The students are Aiken to beat the Dickens out of un-Patoned literature such as "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Bandf' Discussing forbidden Marvells helps the members to better essay their own writing which is generally either sick or-well. Lois Zimmerman lSec'y.-Treas.J, Mike Weinberg, Mr. Phil- yaw, Sheryl Robbin CV.P.D, Steve Feinberg, Joanne Jacobs, Leslie Podall CPres.b. ABSENTEE: Steve Fields. BACK ROW: Debbie Loeff lSec'y.D, Wendy Caplin fTreas.J, Bobby Kramsky fPres.J. FRONT ROW: Mark Leopold lThespian Scribel, Marilyn Scher fV.P.D SPON- SORS: Mrs. Greener, Miss Krelstein. Garrick Even Wilder this year than last, the members of Carrick presented a variety of plays ranging from "Trojan Women" to "Arsenic and Old Lace." Quite Shaw of themselves, the members also entertained guest speakers, went on field trips, and conducted dramatic demonstrations. Mike Wiesen QV.P.J, Peter Thiesen lTreas.J, john Kennedy fPres. Kerry Flom fSec'y.-Pub. Chmn.J. SPONSOR: Mr. Asplund. Chess Club Chess is such a vital part of the lives of the mem- bers of Chess Club that they would even pawn their books to buy the chess pieces with which they are never board. Every Thursday knight they meet to defend their honor on the field of battle, accept- ing defeat graciously, for no member has ever com- plained, " I was rookedll' D Broadcasting Club With a broad cast of announcers, WHPH-FM, the school radio station, rocked and rolled through lunch periods this year. Despite the frequency of mistakes, the members of Broadcasting Club weathered the trials and went on to set a record in broadcasting excellence. With many an ounce of talent, the disc jockeys may not have made big waves in the radio business, but they did succeed in airing the halls with their music. BACK ROW: Richard Berris fSec'y.l, Scott Axelrood CV.P.J. FRONT ROW: Mike Tobin CPres.J, Dave Levy 1Chf. Audio Engl. SPONSORS: Mr. Oppriecht, Mrs. Greener. Melissa Harris fV.P., Sec'y.-Treas.D, Miss Tank, Sue Glazer fPres.l. 122 Jim Gelbort CChf. Engnrj, Mr. Alsberg, Darryl Bronson fProg. Dir.J, Mr. Lichtenstein. ABSENTEES: Chuck Collins and Bob Luskin, Co-General Managers. Stage Crew You can always spot a Stage Crew member tif one of his friends in the booth doesn't spot him firstj by his flood of personality which rarely dims. It is never curtains for the valiant members who know all the ropes and provide an excellent backdrop for the stage. The boys are always prop-erly behaved, mainly because Stage Crew is the only club with a Mother. Rifle Clubs Instead of aimlessly wasting their time, the sharp shooters of both Rifle Clubs kill their after school hours by learning the proper methods of riflery. Always on target, they get a big bang out of triggering enthusiasm at meets. With their wide range of positions the members are constantly fired up to have a barrel of fun. However, with the arrows introduced by their President, the fun has barely be-gun. Mr. Eiseman, Ed Hoffman CPres.J, Tom O'Donovan CV.P.J, Robert Lundgren CSecy Treas D Science Club With energetic guest speakers, electrifying demon- strations, and periodic field trips, the explosive Science Club explores many elements of science. It invites chemistry teachers, for example, to give grammatical ectures on the metric system and budding young bio- ogy teachers to speak about yeast reproduction. - .. - - -- --- .---f --,...,. Library Club The members of the Library Club act as the pages f the librarians. They do errands such as delivering ass stubs to study halls, checking out books for studi- us students, and rearranging books when not so udious students mess them up. fPres.J, Theron Blakeslee. Dave Jaffe, Gary Spnmg, Mike Wolf. Leon Zar lPres.J, Mr. Hanson, Rhonda Ellman lSecy Treas 7 Math Club This year Math Club grew into Arithmetic Club and then into Mu Alpha Theta Cwhich is Math spelled in Greekj. The members of Math Club are deeply in- volved in the numbers game this year. The members learn about many new and interesting angles of mathe- matics. They find out, for instance, how to use prob- ability to predict the roll of dice and how to use alge- bra to calculate when the roulette wheel will stop. Miss Higgins, Martin Schranz CTreas.J, Bart Berngard CPres D Robin Sc anz CSec'y.J. ABSENTEE: Simon Bemstem CV P I Photography Club Every week the members of Photography Club joumey to the black hole of HPHS in order to prac- tice their mysterious craft. Shuttering in the eerie red-lit dark room, they develop their shady prac- tices: how to create pictures from bubbling acid, how to expose people, and, of course, how to shoot people. MADRIGAL SINGERS Jill Stein, Marilyn Scher, Sandy Freeman, John Morris, Don Goodman, Dan Shapiro, Lynn Reisler, Jim Crowley, Wendy Berliant, John Straus, Gail Hirsch, DeDe Rau, Marlon Schneider, Judy Capper, Barry DeLee, Dave Enstrom. AT PIANO: Karen Birstein. STAGE BAND BACK ROW: Dave Inlander, Simon Bemstein, Steve Prior, Jerry Brandell, Larry Kleinman, Cordon Lewin, Bruce Daniels William Babbitt, Rick Newman, Myles Falkof. FRONT ROW: Mark Holniker, Veme Coppi, Dick Bemstein, Da.nny Kahn. AT PIANO: Bob Hermes. SENIOR CHOIR BACK ROW: Bob Leopold, Harvey Wolf, Ban'y DeLee, Larry Simon, Marlon Schneider, Carrie Cianchetti, Terry Cold, Jill Ma- ling, Robin David, Meg Sweeney, Ellen Koenigsberg, Sally Weiskopf, Sue Fisher, Jan Michell, Jim Crowley, Tom Winters. FOURTH ROW: Tom Magnus, Debbie Redman, Margie Morrison, Gail Hirsch, Wendy Berliant, Julie Dean, Mary Sue Nissenson, Debbie Pennish, Marilyn Scher, Joan Wilson, Judy Jacobs, Joan Dobkin, Michelle Vallez, Sandy Freeman, Beth Broday, Barb Halperin, Debbie Handmacher. THIRD ROW: Jill P0!l,gi0li, Haydn in the Leslie Schover, Laurie Pilurs, Holly Bimbaum, Jane Tamarri, Pam Stubenvoll, Beth Sweeney, Debbie Dubach, Debbie Loeff, Sue De- Vroeg, Carmel Rosa, Lynn Reisler, Nancy Gold, Genie Kahn, DeDe Rau. SECOND ROW: Jim Enstrom, Jan Burton, Sue Patter- son, Fred Kramer, Chuck Chickerneo, Dan Sha iro, Bruce Kofi, Dave Enstrom, Jeff Levy, Mickey Levine, Chuck, Eisner, John Morris, Bob Kramsky. FIRST ROW: Clyde Whitman, Theron Blakeslee, John Reitmeyer, Rich Kaplan, Howard Skolnik, Larry Kanter, Steve Klein, Steve Fishman, John Straus. 124 Note the harmony Music Department .at SEQ, REBLE CLEF ACK ROW: Joy Buckley, Nancy Greenebaum, Sharon Ettelson, rdie Giallanza, Sally Maisel, Wendy Caplin, Mr. Albin, Diane rffe, Wendy Graham, Sue Kahnweiler, Kathy Lisowski, icki Factor, Betsey Cochran. THIRD ROW Wendy Nora, Debra lart, Jill Stein, Wendy Loeff, Ann Weissman, Linda Iovino, Laura laiser, Caprice Salvador, Ann Suber, Connie Ciallanza, met Stephenson, Toni Antonetti. SECOND ROW: Me Schach- fr, Jean FitzSim0n, Donna Dudnick, Sharon Rubin, Roiin enschel, Betsy Palmer, Nancy Marder, Gail Schwarz, Sue urriss, Kathy Kilkenny, Barb Hartman. FRONT ROW Joanne ore, Bonnie Kellner, Pamela Churvis, Sandra Waas, Rolly Stein, Lartha Turk, Stephanie Wynn, Michelle Freeman, Nancy sem1an, Daryl Glassman, Ellen Winters. ABSENTEES: Leslie erman, Madelaine Pozen, Marcia Wolf. Come Blow Your Horn Rolly Stein fAccomp.D, Wendy Caplm fPres J Jodie Grallanza FENIOR CHOIR OFFICERS fSecy J Sue Kahnwexler CSoc Chmn J 'ohn Straus CPres.j, Sandy Freeman fSec'y.-Treas,J, Marilyn lcher lV.P.D, Debbie Loeff CSoc. Chmn.7. Skis ' at - -.r55,:ry,-5:5 i"eW ffig,,.,v .,-- if 'L stzflafgf S l 7 BAND BACK ROW: Mark Holniker, Lou Rosenbloom, Bruce Daniels, Wal- ter Lemann, Dan Georgevich, Pete Andress, Roger Kapes, Daryl Schoenstadt, Mark Wachholder, Harold Flegelman, Jamie Hendrix, Dan Kuburz, Mr. Younker. THIRD ROW: Morie Heim, Blaine Ber- shad, Wayne Schwalbach, Cerry Tackach, Rick Scoglio, Wes Wenk, Dick Bemstein, Dan Kahn, Jay Bums, Melissa Harris, Jerry Bran- dell, Dick Grossman, Alex Tackach, Kim Hogrife, Larry Kleinman, Simon Piller. SECOND ROW: Ruth Blank, Naomi Larson, Marcia Murray, Kevin Elliot, Mike Maggiore, Dave Axelrod, Rick Newman, Carl Papemiack, Mark Isenstein, John Larson, Rick Schoenstadt, Ernest Wustenburg, Jim Lurie, Bill Babbit, Linda Lauer, Gail Abrams, Im Wallace, Marty Keitel. FRONT ROW: Susan Maggiore, Robin Prce, Tom Wolf, Karla Schmidt, Diane Schmidt, Marti Bur- man, Valerie Parker, Robert Lewis, Scott Wilk, Cordon Lewin, Dave lnlander, Steve Prior, Alan Levin, Ioseph Ladurini, Kim Bjork, Karen Posner. TRIAD TOP ROW: Dale Bershad fPres.l. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Birstein fSoc. and Pub. Chmn.J. AB- SENTEES: Lynn Reisler 1V.P.l, Marilyn Schel CSec.-Treas.J. BAND OFFICERS BACK ROW: David Inlander CPres.J, Blaine Bershad CSec.-Treas.J. FRONT ROW: Jon Bemstein CV.P.l, Steve Prior CQuartermasterl. ORCHESTRA BACK ROW: Mark Wachholder. FOURTH ROW: Bill Casey, Bill Babbitt, Bob Keats, Blaine Bershad, Dick Bemstein. THIRD ROW: Bemie Bimberg, Bob Hennes, Mace Rosenstein, David Inlander, Neil Charak, Mickey Bohn, Sara Bindas, Michelle Diamond, Craig Fishman, Kathy Nathan. SECOND ROW: Fredrick Price, Roger Keen, Richard Dragon, Meredyth Rosenberg, Mathew Hoff man, Bradley Falkof, Nancy Fishman, Wendy Caplin. FIRST ROW. Robert Sherman, Marcy Demain, Ronna Cohen, Alan Chausow, Miles Schlopack, Peggy Richland, ABSENTEES: Bill Casby, Jim Crowley, Dan Kahn, Myles Falkof. Brass Makes the Best Conductor 126 SHORELINE Despite all sorts of pressing problems, the galleyant Shoreline staff has succeeded amazingly well in pro- ducing a newspaper every other Friday this year. Ink- ing over the situation, the two editors, lords of the lines, rolled out the latest news. Flash reporters, eager to get their names in print, scoured every comer of the school for newsworthy items. The business section want-ad to sell enough space to balance the budget. Despite casualties incurred at athletic events, the Sports Section gamely covered every competition. Shoreline photographers never took a negative view of the developing situation. Although Dr. Munski was some- thing of a sadinist in censoring dead lines, he readily admeyered staff initiative except on one point: "Get aff those desks!" DITORS: Steve Sadin, Ilene Meyers. SPONSOR: Dr. Munski. l l fl l ag tav' , ,pk F Y " l . it BUSINESS: Jan Halperin, Judy Konowitz, Barb Mendelson, Sue Goldberg, Ira Hirschfield, Ian Jacobs. ABSENTEE: Lee Paskind. NEWS BUREAU Top ROW: Cheryl Mordini, Lois Winters SEG OND ROW: Robert Ritholz, David Price. FRONT ROW Ralph Feldstein, Stan Zoller, Richard Good. LPORTS BACK Rowrftoss Pascal, Gabriel Berlin, Stuart Stein. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Jon Kalan, Darryl Bronson, Bob Luskin- 'RON T ROW: anonymous reporter, Illse Brown. Donna Wetzler Vivian Segall Jim Speyer Michael Wolf Rich Kagan Sandy Kramer Debbie Redman Joan Weinress Margie Morrison Debbie Kramer Jean Fitzsimon Judy Rosenbaum Nancy Isserman Lorra Rudman Larry Albert Jessica Forman Myles Falkof Terry Gips Jeff Finke ABSENTEES: Ira Diamond Sandy Dobrikin Rhonda Ellman Ralph Feldstein Robin Frooman Randy Harris Debbie Hillman Judy Ragir Dennis Ross Michelle Vallez Kay Weinstock 128 Copy Co y Photograpliy Photography Freshmen Juniors Sophomores Assistant Juniors Freshmen Sophomores Freshmen Proofreader Juniors Business Proofreader Business Business Business Photography Seniors Seniors Photography Seniors Business Faculty Girls, Sports Boys' Sports Art Art l2 5 15 8 6 7 1 Z 3 4 Giant Yearbook Staff q H D J Q v 1 No doze in work daze Susan E. Wolf Debby Kleinman Carla Steiger Phil Dixon Alison Baker Bob Nachman Laurie Moroz Tom Winters Ricky Weil Amy Goldman Linda Casden Mike Gordon Jane Fucik Paulee Ceiderman Debbie Loeff Stuart Stein John Oppenheimer Jan Vyn Leslie Zak Susan Salita Audrey Bloom Jill Rodgers Jan Harris Lynn Bemabei Mr. Gerald Royer Organizations Asst. Editor Asst. Editor Organizations Assistant Boys' Sports Organizations Staff Jester Asst. Editor Photography Girls's Sports Boys' Sports Seniors Seniors Seniors Boys's Sports Sophomores Faculty Index Activities Activities Activities Faculty Editor Sponsor 19 ll l-I 4 A I 43 It O as 21 l 17 YQQ Q -1. 130 DGRIS 131 Gridders close O-8 season "Our defense did a real good job in the first quarter, but tired later in the gamef, Those were the words of varsity football coach John Chickemeo after the Evans- ton game, and they might easily be applied to an 0-8 season suffered by the varsity eleven. This trend was evidenced in the Proviso game in which the Giants with the help of a staunch defense dominated the first half. However, Proviso bounced back in the second half with two scores after a Parker fumble and a poor punt. A tired defense also contributed to losses against Evanston, Waukegan, and Morton. The first quarter scores in each of these games read, 0-0, 7-6 and 6-0, Highland Park, respectively. Despite a disappointing season, Highland Park had its bright performers. Halfback-quarterback Terry Baker ground out over 250 rushing yards, while half- back Pat Baker hauled in 14 passes. Linebacker Chip Mills finished with 48 tackles, and Rich Stockdale had 47. End Bob Wilson caught 11 passes. Steve Olson, George Abrahams, Mike Margeson, Scott Hirtenstein, Pat Kelly, Kim Hammerberg, and Gary Wait also played well. However, the honors received by halfback Dugan Rosalini, tackle Scott Addison, and fullback Jim Mauck spoke louder than their achievements. Addison and Rosalini were selected for the All Suburban team, while Mauck was chosen for the Honorable Mention squad. Bob Wilson leaps high to snare a pass against Oak Park. With Terry Baker C463 leading interference, Dugan Rosalini grabs the football from Steve Olson . . . 'Cf' With a host of opposing tacklers in pursuit, Pat Baker rips off yardage ............. Addison also had to his credit A11 Lake County and All State Honorable Mention as did Rosalini plus the All Area team. Conceming Rosalini, Coach Chickemeo said, "If we had had a winning team this year, Dugan fRosaliniD would probably have been All State." The Giant mentor also called Addison "one of the Parkers' finest linemen in the past nine years." 8 3 ,pl powers his way through a stubbom Oak Park defense for valuable yardage . . . ...... and is finally brought down after a sizeable gain. 1 the Waukegan game. Addison, Rosalini gain acclaim VARSITY FOOTBALL, BACK ROW: Morris, Masini Zemel, Wilson, DalPonte, Dodd, Esserman, Goode, Reifl FIFTH ROW: Cohen, Amsterdam CMgr.l, Nathan, Wait Tarson, Harnmerberg, Ettinger, Olson, Abrahams, Gum: biner fMgr.J: FOURTH ROW: Blacker CMgr.J, Nieder- man, Zlvin, Bertucci, Cucchiaro, Stern, Harrington .42 'x1?Q5i-5.127 Kagan. THIRD ROW: Reich fHead Mgr,D, Seelig, Russell, Lang, Wild, Stockdale, Feldman, Magnus fMgr.J. SECOND ROW: Taradash, Fox, Hartman, Mauck, Omo- lecki, I-Iensgen, Stein, Alpert. FRONT ROW: T. Badcer, Kelly, Hirtenstein, Margeson, Addison, Mills, Rosalini, P. Baker. 133 ,MMM 1- WRX 'Ya M ii 'W 42' Q 'Viv 4 I 4' z. 3 'I-M575 48" 'af is is L . if .c if As Scott Hirtenstein i681 and Pat Baker 1445 clear out an opening, Steve Olson C491 starts around the right side behind Pat Kelly 1601 134 I I H Experienced coaches guide parker squad BACK ROW: Mr. Cardiff, assistant backfield coach, Mr. Wisniewski, defensive line coach, Mr. Righeimer, line coach and first assistant, and Mr. Scomavacco, head backfield coach. FRONT ROW: Mr. Chickemeo Ckneelingl, head varsity coach. The soph football team started out slowly, but - ' ' . , Y' T' - T.: . , in I W rs , M, , I , Er , Tl FH v 7 Vi am --S I V M f ,, ' Eff? 7' '33 ' 5 I Wi , T . ' " f f ' 'ii Wal r' X azr 1 y I if 1 , I R QL ' J Fl. 7 Ti nl 'I .- Y is rea ' 'fa FAQS' L 'fr-11, "sb, I ,life C "R, V, T. V 'A ' X A -. + .z , . zips, Qui , Q, 3 D, ' 'TQ-. ' "" V 5 . f i f 2 1' L 'F " 3 P, 2 . fhgy i ,F 5 A I' I V JJ SOPH FOOTBALL, BACK ROW: Frost, Warner, Fiore, Russell, Vai, Moore, Lewis, Gill, Platt, Mauck Paulson, DeSanto. FOURTH ROW: Louer CM r.l Coach Arreazola, McLaughlin, Pahlke, Gordon Emalfarb, Sheahen, Feldman, Newton, Coach Land Coach Spears. THIRD ROW: Conover, Juhl, Cape: Frosh eleven shore title: Margeson, Pollack, Regan, Neu, Peterson, Early, Shmikler, Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Dawes, Schoen, Chickemeo, Taradash, Sapir, Zacharias, Levant, Cohn, Piacenza, Epstein. FRONT ROW: Bimberg, Paradise, Stein, Rosenbloom, Cohen, Corchoff, Williams, Newman, Silverman. Sophs grab fourth fmished with a burst of speed. In their first four con- tests, the soph eleven compiled a 1-3 record, only edging Waukegan, 19-18. Parker Jim Pollack paced the team against Waukegan with three touchdowns and ended the season with a total of ten. Behind the running of Pollack and Mauck, who had 8 touchdowns, and the kicking of Rich Fiore, they crushed their next three opponents by an average of 34 points a game. The sophs took fourth place. The frosh A football squad came within a yard of winning the League clpmpionship, but had to settle for a three-way tie. Against New Trier, the Baby Giants were stopped short of the goal line with a minute left to play. The team had a 5-1-1 record. During the season, the frosh scored 135 points to 35 by their opponents. Jim Perry led the club with 15 touchdowns, including four in one game. The B squad failed to win a game, but tied one. ni , a - Heim, Malovey, Friedman, Schecter. A FOOTBALL BACK ROW: Rosalini, Calhoun, Perry, Van, Vai, THIRD ROW: Bemgard CMgr.J, Coach Pearson, Ori, Harris, Prizant CMgr.J. SECOND ROW: Slawin, Smith Lovering Risdon FRONTROW: Iovino, ,Hm Perry carries the ball on an end run. we NN .5 FROSH B FOOTBALL, BACK ROW: Mandel, Gross, Rosengarden, Norwell Anderson, Winnick, Yaffe, Segil. FOURTH ROW: Coach Martin, Hayman, Brain Schoenstadt, Nakamura, Bass, Casler, Coach Reigel. THIRD ROW: Molinari Natkin, Travetto, Casey, Ratajczyk, Saltzman, Piacenza. SECOND ROW. Lemer, Rotblatt, Newton, Altman, Reuler, Ferrara, FRONTROW: Wald, Brody Levin, Ceraci, Rosenbaum, Zimmerma.n, Holmes. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRYQ BACK ROW: Melvoin, Siegel, Dick, Kennedy, Stollman, Rosenbaum, Mandiberg. FRONT ROW: Howard CMgr.J, Bradley, Berlin, Baker, Brower, Wein, Coach Edwards. Cross country is both an individual and a team sport. The 1967 Parker harriers, with only one re- turning letterman, were an excellent example of this. Although the team had no outstanding performer, it did have five very good runners of almost equal ability: Steve Baker, Tom Bradley Cpictured abovel, Bob Dick, Rick Melvoin, and Mark Rosenbaum. Perhaps the team's finest performance came against Waukegan. In this meet, all five boys finished in the top eight places as the Giants scored an upset win, 24-31, over the Bulldogs. Bob Dick was the first to receive the Richard Ault Cross Country Runner of the Year Award. This year's frosh-soph team had one of its best years ever. Led by varsity letter winners Bruce Gamitz and Mark Rose, the team compiled a 6-2 dual meet record to finish in a third place tie in the Suburban League. 136 Five harriers pace squad FROSH-SOPH CROSS COUNTRYQ BACK ROW: Lobl, Osberg, Rose, Goldman, Garnitz Levinson, Meyers. SIXTH ROW: Ballenger, Rohrer, Forman, C. Acello, Cenest, Chase FIFTH ROW: Howard CMgr.J, Azzone, Munski, Stone, Isenstein, Roshto, Rosenblum Coach Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Stein, P. Acello, Hogrefe, McGivem, Temple, Johns- ton, Tobin. THIRD ROW: Moses, Ardinger, Haggie, Scoglio, Adamson, Perraud, Hoff- man. SECOND ROW: Zahnle, Wilder, Lurie, Tacach, Bemardi, Reuben. FRONT ROW: Piacenza, Ruelli, Ellmann, Shulman. 1 'ARSITY BASKETBALL, BACK ROW: FRONT ROW: Wilheim fmgrj, Metzger, ri Wilson Herring Elliott, Lind, Curtiss, Coach Schramm, Bernardi, ammerberg Bielert Kaye, Olson. Borenstein, Gietl Cmgr.7. Young cagers snatch sixth "I was pleased with the season and although we were a young team, we competed well in the league which was the strongest live ever seenfy Those were the reflections of Coach Chuck Sch- ramm concerning a Parker squad composed of only two seniors which boasted a 9-14 record. In the league opener, the Parkers exploded for forty points in the second quarter and a torrid 53W shooting average to topple Oak Park, 100-67. Bob Wilson sunk the hundredth point, as 6-6 star center Brad Lind propelled the cagers with 35 points complimented by the scoring prowess of Dave Kaye and Dave Ori. After falling to state champion Evanston, the incensed cagers took on Proviso, the only team who beat the Wildkits. The fine all-around playing of Lind, 16 rebounds and 22 points by Art Elliott and a tremendous performance by Steve Olson Coach Schramm outlines some defensive strategy before the second Niles East game. Giant star Brad Lind perfects his dunk shot paved the way for a big win. After the local five topped Deerfield in the state tourney, the efforts of hot-headed Kim Ham- merberg and dazzling freshman ball handler Steve Borenstein almost triggered a regional victory over North Chicago. High honors also came to Lind, Elliott and Kaye. Lind led the league in scoring for the second year, while Elliott was fourth. Both earned All- County and All-Area awards, while Lind was All- Suburban and All-State honorable mention. 137 'Si WS? ' f H 45 Wim, ,ff ,. Nm Dave Kaye 1411 gapes in amazement as the ball rolls away. Sophs turn in 5-9 record Steve Borenstein C123 trys in vain to stop an Evanston SCOIG. fi Q ' it ' 2, , - as 4 lf? . A , lf. , Although the underclass basketball teams had many fine individual performers, none of the cage squads could really put together a winning basketball season. Of all the Giant teams playing a full schedule, the sophomore A team came closest to a winning record, finishing the season at 7-10, while closing out the Sub- urban League with a 5-9 mark. Forward Paul Neu was one of the outstanding play- ers in the Suburban League. Leading the Giants in scoring on twelve different occasions, Neu averaged over 16 points a game, while also doing a fine job on rebounding. Hugh Regan and Alfred Cohen also were consistently among the top Parker scorers, with Regan doing an excellent job on the boards. Larry Piacenza and Jim Pollack both did a commend- able job for the soph cagers, proving to be pin-point passers and fine play makers. The sophomore B squad sported Highland Park's only winning record, although playing an abbreviated schedule. Led by Rick Zak and Ron Goldman, the cagers ended up 3-2. Due to much juggling of its lineup, the Baby Giant A team finished the season with a 3-12 count while top- ping only New Trier on the last day of Suburban League play. Frank Travetto had the keenest shooting eye of all freshmen, averaging over nine points per game, while Bob Popke was a shade behind. The freshmen B club started out strong, winning four of their first six games but slumped while the two leading scorers were elevated to the A club. Gerry Piacenza paced the squad with nearly an eight point average. Steve Ori and Dave Cantagello, who were both averaging over 14 points, were promoted to the fs fu' Q .,2' I' kg , ff SOPH BASKETBALL, BACK ROW: Pollack, Neu, Regan, Gortner, Cold- man, Cohen. SECOND ROW: Zak Hoffman, Russell, McHenry, Koach g , y a Coach Scornavacco. FRONT ROW: Friedman tmgr.J, Neal, Piacenza, Ja- cobs, Lieberman tmgrj. ABSENT: Smith fhd. mgr.J. A team. .Vrana 7l.:.xtU' x-l'-NDA ig-'ji . -ga' m 'AIU f' .,.N1,, 'Y 395.2 .ra-tW"6 t Kp, Z, 'an 1 .hw FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: BACK ROW: Bartolai, Roshto, Isenstein, Casey, Travetto, Piacenza. THIRD ROW: Coach Hextell, Norwell, Canta- gallo, Popke, Ori, Anderson. SECOND ROW: Johnston, Ardinger, Schecter, Pattis, Cole, Wilheim tmgrj. FRONT ROW: Kobl tmgrj, Levin, Perraud, Sincere fmg,r.l. 139 Senior Mermen lead attack With a core of six seniors leading the way, the varsity swim team finished a very successful season. In the freestyle events, the Giants were particularly strong, with Chip Mills and Ralph Rothfelder fur- nishing an excellent l-2 combination. Mills, who had suffered a shoulder separation during football, came on strong at the season's end, setting team records of 22.8 seconds in the 50, and 50.4 seconds in the 100 yard freestyle events. He then finished ninth in the state in the 50, and eleventh in the 100. Parker Chuck Sarkady also swam in the state meet and placed eleventh in the butterfly event. Sarkady splashed to a third in the butterfly and a fourth in the individual medley. Rick Schuster handled the breast stroke chores for the varsity with considerable ability, just missing the varsity record of l:06.9 by .2 seconds. Placing third in the District Meet, Schuster also swam on the fourth place medley relay team, along with seniors Rothfel- der, Buzzy Ballenger, and Jim Bartholomew. Soph diver Darryl Schoenstadt provided a surprise for the Parkers at the District Meet. Registering one of his finest performances, Schoenstadt came from behind to come in fourth in the district and qualify for the State Meet. Schoenstadt's performance helped the Giants to capture fourth place in their unusually tough district, and went on to take eighteenth place in the State Meet. The Giants got off to a fine start this season, winning their first five dual meets before losing to powerful Evanston. Three meets later came perhaps the climax of the season: the Oak Park meet. Superb performances in every event brought the Parkers victory by a scant five points. This triumph helped the Giants gain a third place league finish. Backstroker Jim Bartholomew eyes the finish after a tough race. 140 :Lf A Y. 1 Q. 4 Q 5 I i VARSITY SWIMMING, BACK ROW: Altay, Schoenstadt, Fried, Jacobson, Coach Ratliff, Mizel tMgr.l, Pellar, Bal- man, Rothfelder, Sarkady. FRONT lenger, Anspach, Suber, Hirsch, Linn, Barih0l0m6W, Leahy, Brand, MIUS, Coach Davis. SECOND ROW: Caldarelli, ter, Liebenson. Paul Caldarelli and Chuck Sarkady explode off the Chuck Sarkady flashes a winner's smile after the 100 yd. Butterfly. FS tankers boast fine season The sophomores finished third place in the Subur- ban League meet and for the regular schedule with a 5-2 record, ending up 8-2 overall. The relay team of Ed Silverman, Kurt Keeler, Nick Rosa and Rich Osberg set a mark in the 200 yards freestyle, while the medley team of Silverman, Daryl Schoenstaedt, Ron McLaughlin, and Osberg also set a new mark. Silverman won the 100 yard butterfly in the Suburan League meet. Darryl Schoenstadt executes a reverse dive in the pike position Bruce Ratajczyk paced the frosh to a second place finish and an 10-1 season by setting records in the 50, 100,150, and 300 yard freestyles. Rich Scoenstaedt set a mark in diving While Gary Zimmerman recorded the fastest time ever in the 50 yd. breaststroke. Greg Charon, 50 yard Hy, Mori Heim, 400 yard free style, and the freestyle and medley relays also set marks. OPHOMORE SVVIMMING: BACK OW: Coach Ratliff, Grossman, Mc- aughlin, Keeler, Silverman, Os- erg, Papierniak, Coach Davis. Ks. SECOND ROW: Gibbs, Feinstein, Firestone, Lavich, Geimer, Rosa. FRONT ROW: Rappaport, Roth, Meyers, Mullin, Powell. FRESHMAN SWIMMING: BACK ROW: Coach Ratliff, Coach Harris, Heim, Saltzman, Chacharon, Brand, Ratajczyk, Peterson, Gidwitz, Keil. SECOND ROW: Roth, Gunders, Glab- man, Schoenstadt, Suber, Rosen- garden, Gouldin , Zimmerman. FRONT ROW: Acfler, Rosenberg, Meyer, Broday, Liebenson, Lurie, Van Arsdale, Loesch, Mesirow. 141 Grapplers make history The varsity wrestling squad finally had a winning league season. It took 12 years for the grapplers to earn a 5-2 record good for a third place in the conference. From the beginning, the balanced Giant team reeled off win after win only to be curtailed by late- season injuries. The Parkers first trampled Niles East, 33-16, and Mike Levy, 145, Dan Rosenberg, 103, Nate Resnick, 138, Rich Stockdale, 154, and heavyweight Paul Morris each contributed pins. With Resnick and Stockdale coasting to weight class crowns and with third places by Joe Tobin, 133, and Morris, the Giants then walked away with a fourth place at the Lake Forest Xmas tourney. After a tough league loss to powerful Waukegan, 27-18, the grapplers humiliated Evanston, 29-16. With history being changed by each Giant victory, the grapplers rolled over Proviso, 23-18, on a close 3-2 victory by Morris in the last match and a 15-1 rout by Gary Wait, 165. As the Parkers victories mounted so did the notches on the Undefeated records of Resnick and Stockdale. Oak Park was then a 35-7 victim and underclass stand- outs Lance Ellman, 95, Laddie Tobin, 120, and Luca VARSITY WRESTLING, BACK ROW: Morris. FRONT ROW Rosenberg Mr. Wisniewski, Hensgen, Stockdale, Reuben, L. Tobin Garcia Poeta Dolgin, J. Tobin, Resnick, Levy, Wait, Gerber, Giangiorgi Poeta, 127, easily topped their Huskie opponents. Fighting for second place, the matmen moved to a showdown with New Trier. In the Indian encounter, the lower weight classes won, but the Giants finally fell, 23-14. At the district and sectional meets, injuries to Joe Tobin, 16-2, Resnick, 19-1, Stockdale, 17-1, and Dave Reuben, 114, 112, took their toll and hopes for a state title were dashed. These wrestlers and Morris, Poeta, and Rosenberg advanced to the sectionals, but only Morris emerged and did not place in state. 'Giant grappler Nate Resnick utilizes a half-nelson to add valuable points in his rout over New Trier. " 4 J' WW? nada! if 'Q Frosh, soph lighter weights wrestle well, top ten foes Paced by the lower and middle weight class grap- plers, both the freshman and sophomore wrestling squads sported impressive records for the 1967-68 campaign. The soph matmen started the season strongly, downing Wauconda, 48-8, and went on to capture three of their first four matches. After faltering slightly towards the middle of the season, the Parkers bounced back, conquering their final four foes, including a 45-7 trouncing of New Trier East and a 40-8 flogging of Wheeling. The Giants finished the year with an overall 10-3 mark, standing 5-2 in the rough Suburban League. Leading the Highland Park attack were three boys in the lower and middle weight classes. Dan Sapir, 103 pounds, sported the best record of any Parker wrestler, amassing a 14-1-1 mark. Following Dan were 112 pound john Marks, 10-2 and Mike Tep- per, 10-3. If there were three things wrong with the freshman wrestlers, they certainly appeared to be Waukegan, Evanston, and Proviso, who handed the Parkers their only losses in eleven outings. Two of the more out- standing victories were a 53-3 win over Wauconda and a 44-10 win over Niles East. Hal Holmes, 127 pounds, led all the freshmen with a fine 11-2 mark, while Dave Ellman, 112 pounds, was second with eight wins and two defeats, and 95 pound Art Ori sported a 9-3 count. SOPHOMORE WRESTLING, BACK ROW: Coach Spears, Conover, Shmikler, Cape Newton, Mauck, Paulson, Salita fmgr.J SECOND ROW: Sapir, Stein, Harwood a Leopold, Pasquesi, Phillips, Fell. FRO, ROW: Archer, Newman, Marks, Birnbe Wolff, Hoffman. FRESHMEN WRESTLING, BACK ROW: Ori, Reuben, Ferrara, Malovey, Bemay Stern, Bass, Ito, Samat, Holmes, Ellman THIRD ROW: Dvore, Hyman, McGivem Nakamura, Rosalini, Regan, Bram -,aa 'U' Greene. SECOND ROW: Adamson, C chiaro, Shovcalsky, Ray, Young, 56 Moretti, Breger. FRONT ROW: Dult Hong, Lembeck, Rosenbaum, Koa Bowers. , , . Dan Sapir tbelowl practices a hold on Tom Wolff 144 1 jeu Conover attempts to turn over his Indian opponei John Rappaport darts out to the left to make n save. ' Asplund's Artichokes take on McGivern's session. Senior Bob Smith lunges for the birdie. Intramurals provide heated competition The intramural program, headed by Mr. Chester Carlson, provided a full slate of competition. In the fall, Cianchetti's session, freshman, McGivern, sopho- more, Pearson, Winkley, and Engstrom, junior, and Kroll, senior, walked away with class football championships. Winners in the football skills contest were Dave Axelrood, Cianchettig Hillel Singer, McGiverng Marc Sager, Winkley, Darryl Temple, Cardiffg and Ion Victor, Kroll. Other top placers were Seekamp, Ed- wards, and Winkley in the swim meet and Cianchetti and Asplund in the track meet. In the basketball tourney, Edwards, sophomore, Arreazola, junior, and Cardiff, senior, took first places, while Ott, freshman, McGivern, Arreazola, and Kroll grabbed the highest honors in the season basketball competition. 145 Girls' Sports Senior leaders BACK ROW: Lynn Doner, Lisa Fosbender, Susan Madian, Gail Bixby, Barb Pahlke, Kathy Pillurs, Sue Solomon, Miss Tank. FRONT ROW: Joan Wilson, Auciirey Bloom, Ilise Brown, Gail Tazioli, Linda Cas en. Timerettes BACK ROW: Jodi Lieberstein, Ilene Meyers, Ilise Brown, Janet Van Arsdale, Barb Rogers, Sue Levy. MIDDLE ROW: Ginny Mesirow, Karen Altay, Mary Nerini, Judy Cantor, Robin Price, Ann Suber. FRONT ROW: Sue Solomon, Jill Poggioli, Lauren Herzog, Julie Nerini, Sue Kahnweiler. Follow the bouncing ball. 146 Girls' Sports Y The knees have it. This class is all wet! Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound You know you can't touch your toes that way. 147 ACTIVITIES 149 HOPECOMI NG P' V Q 1 ,. cn-R-m:A'r1 m'?ff'z' oc'r. The Cereal F Bowl N A Put a tlger on your team I 150 Cursesl They DO wilt when you pour on milk! Snap! Crackle! Pop! The first recognizable effect of Blue-White Weekend was the annual invasion of the business dis- trict by hundreds of boisterous, barefoot window- painters. Friday evening, Highland Park students turned out in droves for the frenzied Snake Dance through town and the Pep Rally at its conclusion. During the rally, Ginger Moss, the second annual Homecoming Queen, was introduced with her court. The enthusiasm of the student body was not affected by Saturday's weather, which wreaked havoc with the field and Car Parade decorations. Despite a splendid effort, the Little Giants fell to Oak Park. tLir.Q4.m1,, ,1-f , "Here we go Fruit the Loop . . .' "Hey, what does indelible mean anyway? 151 x WW ,,,,,,.,..W-W ' r x I One girl in reign . . . .,,, ,, f ,tex-M 'M 1- 1 Ti r Q UK ww ""' with lots of GO power. -J N 'gona-Jfmx N I T , , A W Puff puff, Cocoa Puffs. SUPER charged . . . 6 4 1 1 . 5- . . rx E .nv av' """'l-. ii. ,,4.I'w" I' ,Irf l!'11L., pu-haw. w-W"'-13 M G , 5 fx A i 4..., N 9 tream 'em, Crunch 'em, Make 'em Mush Another girl . , Need y Q- Fall Play Who's Who in L Town Dlrector ........... Stage Manager ....... . . Production Assistant Technical Director . Mrs. Barbara Greener . . . . . . . Alice Finston . . . . . . . Sheri Bortz . . . . . . Mr. Rod Oppreicht Assistant to Director .... .... M arlon Schneider Stage Manager ....... Dr. Gibbs ...... Mrs. Gibbs .,... George Gibbs . . . Rebecca Gibbs .... Mr. Webb ...... Mrs. Webb ..... Emily Webb .... Wally Webb ...... Professor Willard . . Mrs. Soames .... . . . . Walter Lemann . . . . . .John Straus . . . . . Wendy Nora . . . Mark Zimmett . . . Pam Hayden . . . Dan Shapiro . . . Laura Metzger . . . . Marilyn Scher . . . Bob Leopold . . . Harvey Wolf . . . Ann Weissman "George, I've decided to raise your spending money twenty-five cents a week. Not, of course, for chopping wood for your mother, because that's a present you give her, but because you're getting older-and I imagine there are lots of things you must find to do with it." "It's like what one of those Middle West poets said: You've got to love life to have life, and you've got to have life .to love life. . . . It's what they call a vicious circle." "Good moming, Howief, 155 "Live people donlt understand, do they?" "No dear-not very much." "Oh earth, youire too wonderful for anybody to realize you. Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it-every, every minute?" No. The saints and poets, maybe-they do some." 11' But, Mamma, you've got to say something about me. Am I pretty enough . . . to get anybody . . . to get people interested in me?" guess this is an important talk weive been having vw Grover's Corners, U.S.A. Thomton Wi1der's Our Town was presented with very little scenery or props fexcepting, of course, the rose trellisesl. However, many intangible props were brought into existence through the actors, extensive employment of pantomime. An entire town, in fact, was created for the audience, that of Grover's Comers, a sleepy, turn-of-the-century community, located some- where in New Hampshire. The characters were universal: there were the Gibbs and Webb families, each with its typical crises and elationsg Simon Stim- son, the town drunk, Howie, a likable milkmang and Mrs. Soames, the incorrigible town gossip. Because you see, "it was an ordinary town with ordinary people and it was here that the daily drama of life and death was enacted." V "I've got to say it. You know there's something dovsmright cmel about sending girls out into marriage like that." "Children! Now I won't have it. Breakfast is just as good as any other meal and I won't have you gobbling like wolves. It'll stunt your growth-thatls a fact." 157 Senior Book Test The Importance of being Earnest Orientation Assembly "I feel pretty." l Arsenic and Old Lace Star Series Seniors were treated to a group of celestial visions during the Star Series lectures this year. The fascinat- ing glimpses into the humanities were really out of this world. Heavenly bodies twinkled across the stage when Sybil Shearer, the Alwin Nicolai troupe, and the University of Utah group danced in the HPHS auditorium. The modern poetry that the mercurial poet Paul Carroll read was truly up in the clouds. Mr. Carroll really shined as he read the poetry of Ginsburg, Ferlinghetti, and, of course, Paul Carroll. Astronomy again was apparent when David Sharp, noted architecture instructor, discussed the sky and how to scrape it. The design of boxes of Kellogg's Sugar Stars was discussed when Morton Coldsholl, a graphic designer, spoke to seniors. Lawrence Janiak, a film producer, added to the spectrum of talent with his lecture on modem movie-making. Painter Leon Golub- completed the galaxy of stars with his informa- tive discussion of modern art. Of course, nothing can eclipse the effort of Mrs. Esserman and other faculty members who before each lecture helped to planet. "Why last time I saw you darling, you were only knee high." "You mean boys use body paint too? A Mom for AH Seasons This year, the Girls' Club Mother-Daughter Banquet was a gala evening for both mothers and daughters. The show was liberally seasoned with humor from the beginning to the fall of the final cur- tain. In addition to other skits, Mikiko Moriya performed a Japanese "cherry blossoms" dance and Judy Armstrong appeared in a very "English" mini skirt. The mothers presented the traditional Senior mother's skit, which, as expected, made the audience spring to applause. 'K , 1 Are they mothers or daughters? '?'., hs...- ' 1 hi pw," r 'ww-'ttw 'Yi maggie:-fs """N J, i 4 , :aim-f. . Maid's night out "Cherry Blossomsv 1 F. ., ' af? Wonder Bread helps your child grow in twelve ways. , fjfis athin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven . . . Y Q "Now dear, whatever you do, don't let him hold your hand "The usual gratuity is fifteen per cent." AFS Weekend Highland Park High School experienced a small scale invasion by a decidedly friendly force of close to thirty foreign students late this February. The students were met by a number of collaborating Highland Parkers who served as their hosts for the entire Ameri- can Field Service Weekend. During their stay, the seemingly innocent but enterprising guests maneu- vered their way into the local military installation, Fort Sheridan, where government officials vainly attempted to distract them with scenic pamphlets and tales of the capture of Sitting Bull. In addition to this strategic triumph, the students also attended classes, dinners, several parties, and the opening of Synothe Times. Following Saturday mornings farewell brunch, the AFS students martialed their forces and deployed their pencils to exchange logistical information faddresses and other pertinent datal. Having added an aura of foreign intrigue to Highland Park, the company showed off for their respective bases. fi a V 5 1- -D fa. j 1, Mr. Peter Nouwen- Netherlands Mnrcela Feldman - Argentina 162 Daddicrafs, Daughfercans, and Dirty Dishes The onslaught of H.G.A. initiates brought the bunny hop back to HPHS. Bedecked in strange out- fits and wearing pigtails, the girls showed just how crazy they were by cleaning the lunch tables. Sur- viving the initiation, the girls were free to enjoy this year's Father-Daughter Banquet, "Daddicrats and Daughtercansf' With all the trappings of the democratic process, the Supreme Court voted the juniors winners of the filibuster. The judgment may next year be up for appeal. "I'd rather avoid the publicity. Should a gentleman offer a Tiparillo to a ar-4 U J 'Tm not that crazy." Suspendered Animation x 'The preceding was paid political announcement. 163 'vi x Q Wu Ns QV' " xff Ifi, ,ff 4 V, - .V K Q J gwfg.. 4 if: 5-lX4 l ,, ., ff. .., ,Q -fe. w , i f I 1. ' wa 4.2 - X S I 1 1 .1 , fr .x Mx 5. 4 .x -m Lx, K+ 31 XXX xx ' ' 1 .fl ,,z 1 - ' i .. V ,'.f' I , :jf I .",. f Y ., hx, Y.. Ti 2 If J if wr 1 if 'M J A .N L ,i ii 35 Lulu spreads her wings and flys off to a nest of her own. "Doing the Newspaper Rag" w The winning varsity team! K L,..A Charmin Paper Products up three-eights. 166 ,M , Ti 4-df Take the red out of red, white, and blue." Turn into peanut butter! 3 if .. , k N , .Y 'i 5 11112519 if Two tirefi tandem trip takers take 3 mp' Trouble with the world these days-too many strings attached. eff' 'S 5 Ty. .. E in Index Aberman, Andrea 16,18,36 Abemathy, Myra 16 Abrahams, Gail 70,126 Abrahams, George 54,133 Abrams, Geri 54 Abrams, Louise 70 Acello, Cataldo 62,136 Acello, Patrick 70,136 Adamson, Joel 70,136,144 Addison, Scott 15,16,36,115,131, 133 Adler, Michael 70,141 Adwell, Dickie 77 Adwell, Margie 77 Adler, John 54 Albert, Candace 70 Albert, Janet 54 Albert, Joseph 62 Albert, Lawrence 54,128 Albert, Rose 16,162 Albin, Marcy 62 Alchon, Guy 54,143 Alexandroff, Niki 62,69 Allderdice, Charles 16,95 Allen, Adrienne 70 Allmendinger, Larry 16 Allmendinger, William 77 Alpert, Steven 16,26,36,50,133 Altay, Erol 54,140 Altay, Karen 70,146 Altholz, John 70 Altman, Donald 70,135 Altman, Margery 54,116 Amato, Connie 70 Amidei, Brunilde 54 Amidei , Ermanno 62 Amsterdam, Bruce 54,133 Amsterdam, Laurie 70 Anderson, Diane 54 Anderson, James 77,135 Andres, Martha 54 Andres, Nora 70 Andrini, Brenda 62 Andrini, James 70 Andrus, Peter 70 Anixter, Julie 70 Ansorg, Gregory 61 Anspach, Lawrence 54,140 Antolik, Joyce 70 Antonetti, Toni 62,125 Archer, Mark 62,144 Archer, Pamela 54 Ardinger, Scott 70,136 Armstrong, Judy 16,37,89,102, 112,114 Arndt, Charles 70 Arndt, William 62 Arvey, Beth 54 Arvey, Steven 70 Ascherman, Lawrence 62 Ash, Jane 62 Asher, Cathy 62 Asher, Deborah 16,31,36 Atlas, Alan 70 Atlas, Michael 62 Atlas, Sharon 16 Austin, Hollis 70 Axelrod, David 70,126 Axelrood, Paige 70 Axelrood, Scott 62,122 Axner, Deborah 62 Azzone, Nick 70,136 Babbin, Denne 15,16 Babbin, Kenneth 70 Babbitt, William 70,124,126 Baerga, Osvaldo 69 Baker, Alison 11,54,129 Baker, Bennett 70 Baker Jill 70 Baker, Laurel 70 Baker, Patrick 16,26,133 Baker, Steven 54,136 Baker, Terry 16,48,132,133 Baker, Thomas 54 Baker, Wendy 62 Baldauf, Jan 70 168 Baldrey, Janet 54,118 Ballenger, Bruce 62,136 Ballenger, Howard 16,36,113,140 Ballis, Edward 54 Banach, Henry 69 Bandalin, Brent 54,167 Bannister, Kerry 70 Bannister, Patrick 54 Baracani, Brian 62 Barancik, Michael 62 Barancik, Robert 16,101 Baratta, Philip 70 Barkus, George 70 Barmash, Marilyn 54 Bamett, Michael 62 Barnhart, Cheryl 54 Barnow, Bruce 16 Baron, Margo 54 Barr, Kristina 17,54 Barr, Patricia 15,90,91,118 Barr, Teri 70 Barras, David 62 Barras, Lynne 17 Barrentine, Judy 70 Barret Smith, Nancy 70 Barret Smith, Suzie 54 Barrington, Judith 17 Barrington, Robert 54 Bartholomew, James 17,140 Bartholomew, Laural 62 Bartolai, Joseph 70 Bartolai, Steven 62 Bartoni, Deborah 70 Bartoni, Kathleen 54,116 Bass, Harlan 70,135,144 Bass, Linda 62 Bateman, Howard 54 Bauce, Adileno 17 Bauce, Karen 70 Bauden, Nancy 17 Bauerle, Eva 62 Baum, Lauren 17,117,118,162 Bay, Carey 54 Beaudin, Gregory 54 Beck, Andrea 54 Beck, Paula 70 Beck, Phyllis 70 Becker, Barbara 70 Becker, Scott 70 Bcckerman, Bonny 14,17 Bederman, Gail 62 Bell, Marcy 70 Bellamy, Joan 62 Bellantuono, France 70 Belofsky, Carol 62 Benedek, Georgann 62 Benke, Thomas 17 Bennett, Alice 70 Bennett, Barbara 54 Bennett, Jeffrey 17 Bennett, Pamela 62 Benson, Nancy 70 Berg, Donna 62 Bergau, Kathryn 62 Bergen, Kathy 70 Berger, Philip 70 Berger, Susan 17 Beris, Gretchen 62 Berliant, Wendy 54,124 Berlin, Gabriel 17,127,136 Berlin, Michael 62 Berlin, Sandra 54 Berman, Clara 70 Bernabei, Lynne 15,17,50,129 Bernard, Margaret 54,118 Bernard, Susan 62 Bernardi, Angelo 70,136 Bernardi, Candace 54 Bernardi, James 54,137 Bernardi, Louis 62 Bernardi, Louise 62 Bernardi, Joseph 71 Bindas, Sara 54,126 Biondi, Donald 71 Biondi, Silvano 62 Birnbaum, David 71 Birnbaum, Hollis 18,117,124,165 Birnberg, Robert 62,126,135,144 Birstein, Karen 62,124,126 Bixby, Gail 18,50,146 Bjork, Kim 71 Black, James 14,18 Blacker, James 18,133 Blakeslee, Christin 71 Blakeslee, Theron 62,123,124 Blank, Richard 63 Blank, Ruth 63,126 Blinn, Jennifer 54 Blinn, Suzanne 18,37 Block, Beth 54 Block, Joyce 18,22 Block, Kenneth 15,18,49,112 Bloom, Audrey 18,35,89,129,146 Bloom Bloom Fabian 18, 1 17 Bloom, , Jonathan 63 , Marvin 71,120 Blumenthal, Alan 18 Blumenthal, Marc 54 Blumenthal, Sandra 54 Bernardi, Bernardi, Bernardi, Bernardi, Marilyn 54 Sonya 71,117 William 17 Wilma 54 Bernbaum, Adrien 17,36,115 Bernay, Jerry 71,144 Berna L aurence 54 Y, Berngard, Bartle 17, 123 Berngard Y Samuel 71,135 Bernstein, Gail 54 Bernstein, Jonathan 54,167 Bernstein, Karen 18,50 Bernstein, Richard 71,124,126 Bernstein, Simon 18,124,159 Berris, Richard 62,122 Bershad, Blaine 62,126 Bershad, Mara 18,126 Bertagni, Linda 62 Bertram, Nancy 54,118 Bertucci, Jack 69 Bertucci, Sam 54,133 Beslow, John 18,83 Bettanin, Frank 62 Bettanin, Kathleen 54 Bex, Janet 71 Bider, Leslie 14,18,151 Bielert, Jay 54,137 Bierut, Barbara 54 Bobbins, Marjorie 55 Bogard, Ginny 55 Bogert, Debra 55,117 Bohn, Michelle 55,126 Boilini, Cathleen 18,30,31,36,49 Bolinger, Suzanne 18 Bommarito, Mary 63 Bome, Thomas 63 Bornestein, Steve 70,71,135,137 Borinstein, Jill 18 Bortolotti, Gail 55,116,152 Bortolotti, Steven 19 Bortz, Sheri 15,19 Bortz, Steven 71 Bortz, Trudy 63,163 Bowen, Robert 19 Bowers, James 19,71,144 Bowers, Laurie 55,115 Bowman, Shannon 19 Bowman, Terry 63 Bows, Ronna 62,63 Boxerman, Naomi 63 Boys, Rosemarie 19 Bradley, Barbara 71 Bradley, Thomas 55,126 Bram, Scott 71,135,144 Brand, Lawrence 71,141 Brand, Les 55,140 Brandell, Jerrold 71,124,126 Brandonisio, Judy 55 Breger, Harlan 71,144 Brenner, Shari 71 Brent, Deirdre 63 Brent, Susan 71 Breyer, Mark 19 Breyer, Thomas 63 Brichta, Carol 63 Brill, Andrew 19,37 Brinkman, James 55,93 Broday, Beth 55,124 Broday, Joe 70,71,141 Brodsky, Susan 19 Brody, Cindy 63 Brody, Rick 71,135 Bronson, Darryl 15,19,37,122,127 Brower, Larry 71 Brower, Mark 55,136 Brown, Arnold 55 Brown, Carey 19,55 Brown, Cathy 71 Brown, Cheri 55 Brown, David 71 Brown, Dorothy 55,119 Brown, Elizabeth 71 Brown, Ilise 19,118,127,146,147 Brown, Richard 63 Brown, William 19 Brugioni, Bruna 61 Brunini, Emma 19 Brux, Klaus 19 Buchanan, Deborah 71 Buckley, Joy 71,125 Buckley, Mike 55 Bucky, Phyllis 71 Buhai, Barbara 71 Bullard, Jane 63 , Burchall, Barbara 55 Burke, James 71 Bunnan, Garry 19,117 Burman, Marti 63 Burman, Wayne 55 Bums, Jay 63 Bumstein, Joan 71 Burriss, Susan 55,125 Burten, Janet 55,124 Buth, Jane 71 Cabri, Bruce 55 Cabri, Gail 55 Cahn, Joel 55 Cahn, Nancy 71 Caldarelli, Paul 55,140 Caldarelli, Paula Caldwell, Thomas 71 Calhoun, Richard 71,135 Callen, David 71 Campbell, Nicholas 16,19 Camporeale, Michael 19,25,117 Canmann, Sarah 63 Cantagallo, Celia 71 Cantagallo, David 71 Cantagallo, Mary 19 Cantin, Marcia 19 Cantor, Judith 63,146 Cape, Thomas 69,135,144 Caplin, Wendy 55,121,125,126 Capper, Judy 63,124 Carani, Fred 63 Carasik, Michael 55 Cardenas, Elizabeth 55 Caringella, Debbie 71 Caringello, Jack 55 Carlson, Jerry A. 63 Carmen, David B. 71,120 Carr, Thomas 71 Casden, Linda A. 19,129,146 Casden, Robert 71 Casey, William J. 71,135 Casillas, Tony 71 Casler, James F. 71,135 Casler, Richard S. 55,90 Cassai, Beverly A. 19,36,48 Castelli, Bradley 63 Castillo, Doris J. 71 Castillo, Philip J. 63 Cecchi, Lucian L. 20 Cerf, Peter M. 55 Cerf, Thomas N. 55 Cervetti, Donna M. 55 Cervetti, Linda A. 20 Cervetti, Mary A. 20,25 Chacharon, Gregory 71,135,141 Chaimson, Mary B. 63,117 Chalfen, Marc 55 Chamberlain, John S. 71 Chamberlain, David 55,143 Chapman, Laz K. 63 Chapman, Ronald D. 20 Charak, Merle A. 20 Charak, Neil 63,126 Chase, Beth 71 Chase, David 55,126 Chausow, Alan 55,126 Chausow, Diane 20 Chellstorp, Craig 63 Cheresh, Elizabeth 55 Cheresh, Matthew 63 Chess, Pamela 55 Chester, Jonathan 55 Chickerneo, Carey 63,115,124, 135,155 Christensen, Debbie 20 Ghurvis, Pamela 71,125,170 Cianchetti, Carrie 55,115,124 Cimmarusti, Michael 55 Cisternino, Clelia 63 Clark, Patricia 71 Clark, Thomas 63 Clarke, Deborah 55 Clausing, Karen 20 Cobbs, Roberta 71 Cochran, Elizabeth 63,117,125 Coit, Laurence 20 Coleman, Deborah 61 Coleman, Michael 77 Coorlim, Diana 77 Coleman, Maryanne 71 Collins, Charles Collins, Michael 15,20,112,114, 151 Conley, Patrick 63 Conover, Jevne 63,135,144 Conway, James L. 20 Conway, James O. 55 Conway, Margaret 20 Conway, Mary 63 Conway, Patrick 63 Cook, Laura 63 cook, Ruth 55,58 Cooper, Karen 63 Coorlim, Spiridon 69 Cope, Jill 71 Coppi, Bruno 63 Coppi, Denise 69 Coppi, Veme 63,124 Corin, Edward 55 Corsini, Robert 55 Coulter, Cynthia 71 Cousin, Carole 63 Cousin, Michael 2,118 Cowgill, Donald 55 Cowgill, Kathleen 71 Crane, Catherine 63 Crane, Charles 21 Crane, David 21 Crane, Leslie 71 Crane, Peter 55 Creditor, Peter 63 Crewdson, Patricia 14,21 Cronkhite, Mary 71 Crovettij Irene 21 Crovetti, James 71 Crovetti, Robert 21,31 Crowley, James 21,124,126,167 Cucchiaro, Dennis 71,144 Cucchiaro, Steven 55,133 Cullen, Vic 71 Cumming, Gail 63 Curtiss, Donald 55, 137 Cynowski, Richard 71 Dadisman, Richard 55 Dal Ponte, Donald 21,55,l33 Dal Ponte, Joyce 21 Danaj, Lindae55 Danakes , Eugenia 21 D'Angelo, Linda 71 Daniels, Danker, Dann, S Dann, S Bruce 63,124,126 Leon 55 cott 63,123 usan 63 D'Astici, Angela 21 D'Astici, Frank 63 Daugherity, James 71 Daugherity, Nancy 21 David, Pamela 63 David, Robin 15,21,114,118,124, 162 Davidson, Alicia 71 Davidson, Patricia 71 Dawe, Janice 63,118 Dawes, Dawes, Daniel 63, 135 William 21 Dean, Julie 55,124,166 De La Llama, Paul 21 De Lee, Barry 63,124,167 Demain, Marcy 71,126 Demichelis, Michell 71 Demma, Michele 71 Demma, Mimi 21 Dennis, Robert 64 De Rose, Egidio 64 De Rose, Luigi 21 Cohen, Alan 63,135 Cohen, Alfred 63,139 Cohen, Bennett 62,63 Cohen, Bruce 55,133 Cohen, Joseph 71 Cohen : Laura 63,115 Cohen, Ronna 71,126 Cohen, Susan 71 Cohen, Susan N. 20 Cohn, Daniel 63 Cohn, Stephen 63,135 Cole, George 77 Cole, James 20,151 De Santo, Bruce 64,135 Dessauer, James 64 Deutchman, Ira 71 Dever, Wendy 71 Devery, James 55 De Vroeg, Linda 55 De Vroeg, Susan 21,124 Diamond, Ira 64,172 Diamond, Mark 21 Diamond, Michelle 71,126 Diamond, Steven 55,143 Dick, Robert 21,136 Dickelman, Jeff 71 Dielkes, Deborah 71 Digani, Jeanne 22,118 Dillard, Richard 55 Di Lorenzo, Margo 55 Di Nicola, John 71 Dixon, Philip 14,15,22,129 Dobkin, Joan 55,124 Dobrikin, Sandra 22 Dodd, James 55,133 Dodge, Harry 64 Dolgin, David 71 Dolgin, Robert 15,22,142 Domash, Sara 64 Domier, Wendy 64 Don, Marcia 64 Donahue, Jack 64 Donahue, Joe 61 Doner, Lynn 22,118,146,162 Donaval E, Lawrence 71 Doppelt, Robert 55 Doty, Daniel 69 Douglas, Marsha 64 Draft, Sheila 22 Dransfeldt, Darlene 55 Drew, Joe 64 Druktenis, Dennis 55 Dubach, Deborah 15,124 Dubin, Peter 71,144 Du Broif, Robert 55 Dudnick, Donna 64,125 Dudnick, Michael 71 Dulin, Mitchell 64 Duman, Barbara 64 Duman, Pamela 22 Dungjen, Richard 22 Durant, Raymond 55 Durment, Suzanne 64 Durschlag, Cara 55 Dvore, David 70,71,144 Earhart, Joanne 6,55,113,116 Early, Thomas 69,135 Eddlestein, Martha 71 Edelstein, David A. 55 Edwards, John 61 Edwards, Randal 64 Eichenbaum, Wendy 71 Eis, Richard 55 Eiseman, Steven 64 Eisenschiml, Barbara 64,69,116 Eisenschiml, Laurel 10,15,22 Eisenschiml, Nancy 62,64 Eisenschiml, Lenore 22 Eisner, Charles 55,124 Eldridge, Howard 55 Elias, Dean 71 Elliot, Kevin 71,126 Elliot, Margery 64 Elliott, Arthur 55,137 Ellmann, David 71,136,144 Ellmann, Lance 55,143 Ellman, Rhonda 64,123,128 Elson, Mary 64 Elson, Nathan 64 Elstrom, David 22 Elstrom, Lynn 64 Emalfarb, Hal 62,64,125 Engber, Rhonda 64 Engel, Daniel 55 Enstrom, David 55,124 Enstrom, James 64,124 Eppstein, David 15,213,113 Eppstein, Deborah 64,116 Epstein, Bennett 23,117,151 Epstein, Gloria 71 Epstein, Judith 64,151 Epstein, Mark 64,135 Epton, Deborah 64 Epton, Karen 55,116 Escobar, Marta 64 Essennan, Dale Lynn 64 Esserman, Sander 55,133 Estep, Rose 64 Ettelson, Sharon 64,125 Ettinger, Dale Ann 23,36,48,51 Ettinger, Harold 55,133 Ettlinger, Jan 71 Ettlinger, Peter 64 Evans, Margaret 71 Ewoldt, Lester 64 Ex, Cathy 71 Ex, Robert 71 Eyles, Deborah 71 169 Fosbender, Vicki 56 F abbri, Louis 71 Fabbri, Terri 55 Fabbri, Violet 71 Factor, Vicki Lee 37,125 F alkof, Bradley 64,120,126 Falkof, Myles 15,23,124,126,128, 164 Farkas, Jeff 55 Farnsworth, Denise 55 Faust, Margaret 71 Feigen, Jonathan 72 Feigon, Sharon 64 Feinberg, Stephen 64,120, 121 Feinstein, F ldman 3 i Feldman, Feldstein, Joel 64,141 Gary 62,64,135 Jeffery 55,133 Ralph 11,23,127,172 Felix, Cathy 72 Fell, Jennifer 15,23,121,164 Fell, John 62,611,144 Fell, Judith 64,118 Fell, Sally 72 Felsenthal, Jill 55 Fenchel, Robert 55 Feraldo, Raelene 55 Ferrara, Albert 72,135,144 Ferrari, Robin 55 Fiedler, Michael 64 Field, Stephen 64 Fieldman, Susan 64 Fields, Joan 64 Fields, Laurie 72 Finch, David 55 Fine, Martin 72 Fineman, Glen 23,117 F ineman, Mark 64 Fingold, Belle 23,95,118 Fink, Susan 72 Finke, Douglas 72 Finke, Jeffrey 15,23,128 Finnegan, James 23 Finston, Alice 14,15,23,119,158 Fiore, Joanne 64,125,135 Fiore, Richard 69 Fiore, Stephen 72 Firestone, Franklin 64,141 Firestone, Steven 64 Fischberg, Leslie Fischer, Eric 72 Fischer, Harold 55,121,150 Fischer, Lisa 64 Fisher, Brad 64 Fisher, Susan 64,124 F ishleder, Randy 55 Font, Linda 55 Fontana, Maria 56 Forgan, Robert 56 Forman, Jessica 56,117,128 Forman, Michael 62,634,136 Fortunato, Francine 23 Fortunato, Michael 56 Fosbender, Lisa 15,23,118,146,162 Fowler, Deborah 69 Fox, Elizabeth 64 Fox, Lyle 23,133 Frank, Barbara 56,118 Frank, Ellen 64 Frank, Marcia 56,118 Frank, Susan 72 Frankel, Gladys 23,118,167 Franks, Michael 15,23 Franks, Stephanie 64 Franzel, Karen 56 Frauenheim, Catheri 72 Freedberg, Lori 70,72 Freedman, Marc 64 Freedman, Thomas' 56 Freedman, Diane 72 Freeman, Judith 72 Freeman, Michelle 56,125 Freeman, Sandra 23,124 F reundlich, Edward 64 Fried, Daniel 64 Fried, Steven 23,140 Friedberg, John 23 F riedberg, Susan 72 Friedman, Daniel 64,139 Friedman, Jane 56 Friedman, Janice 64 Friedman, Joan 64 Friedman, Jonathan 23 Friedman, Kathy 72 Friedman, Meryl 72 Friedman, Peter 72,135 Friedman, Robert 23 Friedman, Susan 24,117 Friedman, Sy 72 Fishman, Fishman, Craig 64,66,126 Fishman, Nancy 64,126 Fishman, Steven A. 23,45,124 Steven K. 55 Fitzsimon, Jean 55,125,128 Flamm, Robert 64 Flax, Carole 54,55,59,116 Flegelman, Harold 72,126 Fleischmann, Janet 55 Flicher, Elsie 72 Flink, Lori Jo 64 Flink, Richard 72 Flink, Robert 64 Flink, Toren 23,31 Flom, Kerry 64,121 Flores, Marta 72 Folkoff Barbara 64 Font, Barbara 55 Font, Laura 64 170 ' Friesem, Ann 56 Frigo, Edward 64 Frooman, Robin 64,128 Frost, Bonita 56,118,158 Frost, Ira 64,120,135 Frye, Peter 24,26 Fuchs, Robin 64 Fucik, Jane 15,24,1 15,118,129,162 Fuente, Judith 24 Fuente, Louise 64 Fuller, David 72 Fuller, David A. 72 Fuller, Donald 56 Furth, Ronald 56,143 Gaines, Carol 64 Gaines, Susan 24,119 Galassini, Nancy 72 Gans, Richard 56 Garber, Darryl 64 Garcia, Hector 24,142,143 Garland, Bonnie 72 Garland, Scott 56 Carling, Kathleen 56 Garner, Michael 56 Garner, Rosemarie 64 Garnitz, B. Bruce 64,136 Garrington, Margaret 24 Garrity, Mark 56 Garrity, Patti 64 4 Gatto, Frank 56 Gatto, Walter 24 Gaudreau, Polly 64 Geiderrnan, Michael 64 Geiderman, Paulee 24,105,129,146 Geier, Deborah 24 Geimer, Stephen 64,141 Gelbort, James 64,122 Gell, Jonathan 15,25,85 Geller, Ellen 64 Gendron, Kay 72,163 Genest, Thomas 64,136 Georgevich, Daniel 69,126 Georgevich, Stephen 25 Geraci Marc 72,135 Gerber, Brian 25 Gerber, Daryl 64,143 Gerchenson, Michael 64 Geringer, Sandra 25 Gertz, Ralph 133 Gettleman, Chad 56 Gharidini, Victoria 64 Gherardini, Deborah 61 Gherardini, Karla 72 Ghizzoni, John 64 Giallanza, Connie 56,125 Giallanza, Josephine 62,64,115,125 Giangiorgi, Ronald 25,142 Gibbons, James 56 Gibbs, David 64,141 Gibson, Henry Gibson, Martha 25 Gidwitz, Tom 72,141 Gieser, Donna 72 Gietl, Edward 56,117 Gilbert, Joan 72 Gill, Mark 64,135 Gillen, Kathleen 64 Gilman, David 56 Gips, Walter 56,113,128 Gjelsten, Sherry 72 Glabman, Scott 56,120 Glabman, Thomas 72,141 Glaser, Cary 24 Glaser, Jill 72 Glass, Barbara 62,64,116 Glass, Mark 25,151 Glassman, Daryl 56,125 Glazer, Jan K. 64 Glazer, Susan E. 56,122 Glick, Penny 56,61 Glickauf, Joy 65 Glickman, David 56 Glickman, Larry 72,73 Glover, Edward 61 Glueck, Robert 56,120 Goffen, Melanie 65 1- l Goldsholl, Harry 56 Goldsmith, Ted 25,92 Goldstein, Abby 72 Goldstein, Elon 56 Goldstein, James 25 Goldstone, Craig 65 Gombert, Cynthia 72 Gomez, Edwin 25 Gomez, Kitty 72 Good, Richard 25,127 Goodall, Beverly 56 Goode, Mark 56,133 Goodman, Donald 65, 165 Goodman, Marjorie 65 Goodman, Mary 56,61 Goodwin, Joan 25 Goosman, Rodney 72 Gorchoff, William 65,135 Gordon, Hilton 65,135 Gordon, Margaret 15,25,113,116, 117 Gordon, Michael 56,61,129 Gordon, Toby 70,72 Gore, Deborah 65 Gore, Linda 56 Gore, Randi 6,56,116 Goren, Dianne 72 Gortner, Lan'y 65,139 Gottlieb, Robert 26 Gottschall, Janet 72 Goulding, Richard 72,141 Graham, Mary 56,117 Graham, Wendy 56,125 Cranfield, Patricia 65 Grant, Forrest Green, Bruce 65 Greenebaum, Jill 77,125,150 Greenebaum, Jill 77 Greenebaum, Nancy 26,125,150 Greenebaum, Nancy 72,144 Greenwald, Linda 56 Griffin, Michele 72 Griffith, Yong 50,56 Grimalelia, Maria 65 Grinde, Gale 72 Gross, Elise 26,150 Gross, Eric 72,135 Gross, Linda 72 Gross, Randy 56 Gross, Roberta 72 Gross Susan 72 Gold, Harriet 15,25,116,117,152 Gold Lori S. 65 Gold, Marlene A. 65 Gold, Nancy 65,116,117,124,166 Gold, Terry 65,116,117,124,152 Gold, Thomas 72 Goldberg, Joanne 72 Grossman, Alan 65,141 Grossman, Jeffrey 65 Grossman, Jill 72 Grossman, Richard 26,90,126,140 Gruber, Judith 56,117 Grunska, Jane 72 Grurer, Ann 69 Guido, Rita 65 Gumbiner, Jeffrey 56,133 Gunders, David 72,141 Gunders, Susan 26 Gurioli, Betty 56 Gurnick, Laurie 56 Haggie, Dennis 65,72,136 Hainchek, Kathy 65 Goldberg, Kate 65 Goldberg, Suzanne 25,127 Goldblatt, Gayle 72 Goldfarb, Marla 72 Goldgehn, Leslie 65 Goldman, Amy 15,25,117,129 Goldman, Goldman, Goldsholl, Debbie 65,118 Ronald 65,136,139 Gleda 25 Hall, Nancy 56 Halperin, Barbara 56,116,124 Halperin, Jan 14,26,37,127 Halperin, Marilyn 65 Halperin, Steve 26,33,37 Halpern, Reid 65 Halpem, Sharyl 26 Hamm, George 77 Hammerberg, Kim 56, 113, 133, 137,138 Hammond, Harlan 65 Handelman, Marc Alexander 26, 90 Handmacher, Debra 65,124 Hansen, Rosemarie 72 Harrell, Harry 72 Harrington, Daniel 56,133 Harrington, John 56 Hanington, Shelley 56 Harris, Bradley 72 Harris, Debbie 72 Harris, Janet 72 Harris, Janet W. 26,129 Harris, Jeffrey 1 1,26 Harris, Melissa 65,122 Harris, Ronna 26 Harris Sheri 65 Kramer Betsey 57,118 Hart, David 72 Hart, Debra 56,125 Hartman, Barbara 70,72,125 Hartman, J. Stephen 26,133 Harwood, Joseph 65,144 Haskins, Cynthia 72 Haskins, Linda 65 Hathaway, L. Russell 56 Hathorn, Susan 72 Hauschild, John 27 Havel, David 72 Havel, Douglas 61 Hayden, Jamie 62,65 Hayden, Pamela 72,154 Hayes, Meg 56 Haygood, Ronald 27 Hayman, Thomas 73,135 Haynes, Larry 56 Hazan, David 56 Hedrick, Jayme 73 Heifitz, Dan 73 Heifitz, Miriam 63 Heim, Holly 17,27 Hein, Mori 73,126,135,141 3135: Heller, Kathy 27 Heller, Peggy 65 Henderson, Janet 56 Hennes, Robert 73,124,126 Hennig, James 27 Henschel, Robin 57,125 Hensgen, James 27,133,142 Hensley, John 27 Hensley, Sue 77 Herbst, Lindsay 65 Herdes, Roberta 57 Herman, Nancy 65 Hermey, Bonnie Herriges, Gregory Herring, Larry 57,137 Herzog, Lauren 73,146 Herzog, Martha 27 Herzog, Wendy 15,27,105,115, 119,166 Hesse, Philip 73 , Heymann, Caryl 15,27,166,163 Heymann, Cynthia 73 Heymann, Robert 73 Hicks, Deborah 57 Hicks, Stephen 73 Hillman, Debbie 27,172 Hilhnan, Laurie 73 Hinde, Hinde, Hines, Hirsch Kathleen 57 Margaret 27 Catherine 27,37 Daniel 57,140 Hirsch, Ellen 6,57,116,167 Hirsch, Gail 15,57,113,124,167 Hirsch, Judith 65,116 Hirsch, Susan 65 Hirschfield, Ira 57,113,121 Hirtenstein, Scott 27 Hocking, Jill 27,105,118 Hoffman, Bert 65,143,144 Hoffman, David 69 Hoffman, Edward 27,122,164 Hoffman, John 65,69 Hoffman, Matthew 73,126 Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman r 1 Michael 73,136 Valree 27 William 62 65 135 139 Hogrefe, Kim 73,126,136 Hokin, Lorrie 57 Holabird, Gwen 57 Holder, Katharine 65 Holland, Ellen 14,27 Holland, Jeffrey 65 Hollander, Susan 73 Holliday, Bill 28 Hollis, Leslie 65 Holmes, Hal 73,135,144 Holmes, Pamela 73 Holniker, Mark 65,124,126 Hong, Allen 73,144 Hong, Nancy 18,57 Horwitz, Gordon 73 Horwitz, Jerome 28 Houk, Janet 65 Hourihan, Kathleen 57 Howard, Martin 28 Howell, William 65 Hrabe, Richard 65 Huft, Robin 19,73 Hughes, Barb 57 Hughes, John 57 Hughes, Marie 73 Hung, Betty 57 Hung, Gin 73 Hurst, Rebecca 65,116 Hutton, James 73 Hyman, David 65 Hyman, James 57 Illes, Terrence 28 Imm, William 73 Inglis, Barbara 57 Inglis, George 57 Inlander, David 15,28,124,126,164 Inman, Jerry 28,73 Inman, Robert Innocenzi, Leonard 73,135 Iovino, Dominic 73,135 Iovino, Linda 65,125 Iovino, Richetta 15,28 Ireland, Cathryn 57 Ireland, Deborah 73 Isenstein, Mark 73,136 Isserman, Nancy 57,117,118,125, 128 Ito, Mike 73,135,144 Izaks, Lori 65 Jacker, Anne 65,120 Jacks, Claudia 73 Jacks, Michelle 28 Jacobs, E. Jan 28,48,90,127 Jacobs, James 62,66,139 Jacobs, Joanne 66,121 Jacobs, Joyce 28 Jacobs, Judith 57,124,166 Jacobs, Lanis 73 Jacobs, Peggy 15,28,89 Jacobs, Peter 14,29,51 Jacobs, Thomas 29,57 Jacobson, David 57,140 Jacobson, Deborah 29 Jacobson, James 57 Jacqmin, Nancy 73 Jaffe, David 73 Jaffe, Diane 57,125 Jahn, Deborah 57,115 Janows, Jill 14,15,29,117 Jaros, Mary 66 Jaros, Steve 57 Jenisio, Kurtis 57 Johns, Constance 73 Johns, Demetra 29 Johnsen, Martha 54,57 Johnson, Loren 29 Johnson, Paul 69 Johnson, Wendell 73,136 Johnston, Janet 57 Johnston, Jennifer 57 Johnston, Jerome 73 Jones, Donna 73 Jones, Jocelyn 66 nes Linda 61 I , Jgseph, Frances 14,15,29,31,115, 146 Joseph, Jody 73 Joseph, Lee 29 Joseph, Nancy 73 Jost, Jeanne 73 Juhl, Daniel 57 Juhl, Frank 66,135 Juhl, Joanne Karen 57 Kadden, Steven 29. Kagan, Bonnie 11,29 Kagan, Ellen 73 Kagan, Linda 62,66,116 Kagan, Richard 57,128,133 Kahn, Cary 73 Kahn, Dan 66,124,126 Kahn, Eugenie 66,124 Kahn, Linda Kahn, Robert 54,57 Kahweiler, E. Sue 18,29,48,85, 116,125,146 Kaiser, Laura 73,120,125 Kal, Gayle 53,57 Kalan, Jonathan R.15,29,92,127 Kilkenny, Daniel 57 Kilkenny, Kathleen 29,125 Kilkenny, Mary 66 Kilkenny, Patricia 57 King, Edward 57 King, Ellen 66 Kington, Gail 66 Kirchheimer, Arthur 57 Kirchheimer, Jane 15,29,35,l16, 117 Kirk, Susan 57 Kirsch, Norman 29 Kirsh, Lori 73 Kleckner, Lisa 29,36 Klein, Daniel 66 Klein, Debra 69 Klein, Donald 29,117 Klein, Janette 66 Klein, Joyce 73 Klein, Linda 30 Klein, Marcy 73 Klein, Margaret 73 Klein, Michael 15,30,117 Klein Steven 66 124 Kleinrnan, Burton 57 Kelinman, Deborah 15,30,115,129 Kleinman, Lawrence 73,124,126 Knapp, Cathy 57 Knell, Catherine 30 Knell, Theodora 66 Knudson, Linda 73 Koach, Anthony 62,66,139 Koach, Joseph'73,144 Koch, Dwight 57 Koch, James 30 Koch, Valerie 73 Koenissberg, Ellen 18,124 Koetter, Cynthia 73 Koff, Bruce 73 Koff, Garry 57 Kohlase, Jean 66 Kohlhase, Norma 73 Kohn, Susan 57 Kolb, Gary 73 Kolkey, Daniel 66 Konowitz, Edward 73 Konowitz, Judith 15,30,119,120, 127 Konsler, Carole 57,116,117 Konsler, Marc 30 Koopmann, Dolly 61 Kornick, Wendy 30 Koven, Jane 66 Korshak, Sally 57 Korpai, Julianna 2,57 Krafsur, Jan 57 Krafsur, Jody 70,73 Kraft, Gregory 30 Kraft, Stephen 57 Krakora, Sharon 74 Kramer, Deborah 57,61,79,115,116 Kramer, Frederick 66,124 Sandra 58,61,128 Kalin, Georgianna 73 Kanter, Lawrence 57,124 Kanter, Sandra 73 Kapes, Roger 57,126 Kaplan, Judith 73 Kaplan, Lawrence 29 Kaplan, Peter 66 Kaplan, Richard 66,124 Karger, Kramer: Sue 58 Kramsky, Robert 30,47,121,124, 164 Krane, Deborah 74 Kaye, David 57,137,138,139 Kaye, Margery 70,73 Kaye, Michael 73 Keats, Robert 73,126 Keeler, Kurt 66,141 Keen, Roger 29,126 Keil, Mark 73,141 Keitel, Mary 73,126 Keller, Caryn 66 Kelling, Barbara 57 Kellner, Brabara 57,125 Kellner, Mark 29 Kellner, Rosanne 73 Kelsey, Christine 66 Kelly, Patrick 15,29,133 Kennedy, John 57,121 Kennedy, Thomas 51,57,l36 Kertsen, Susan 66 Kiburz, Daniel 66 Kievan, Sue 57 Krause, Janet 6,57,58,113,116 Krauss, James 54,58,120 Krauss, Stanton 74,120 Kravitt, Gregory 30 Kravitz, Daniel 74 Kravitz, Susan 66 Kreda, Lynn 58 Kreiter, Shelly 30,115 Kretchmar, Lauran 74 Kristof, Ildiko 30 Kritzberg, Nancy 74 Kronenberger, Carol 30,116,152 Krumbein, Deborah 18,66 Kucera, Norman 58 Kuchling, Patricia 74 Kugler, Deborah 30 Kugler, Edward 66 Kugler, Robert 74 Kuhlman, Nadine 74 Kupperman, Philip Kutner, Nancy 31 Lackner, James 74 Lacy, Patrick 77 Ladany, Cathy 58,118 Ladurini, Joseph 58 Ladurini, Matilda 15,31 171 Lahvic, Lahvic, Lakin, Lakin, James Richard 66,144 David 66 Nancy 74 Lancioni, Angela 58 Landis, John 58 Lane, Steve 74 Lang, Craig 31,48,133 Langolis, Rodney 31 Lanski, Debra 66 Lansman, Margaret 54,57,58,118 Lamer, Ruth 66 Larson, John 31,126 Larson, Lissa 54.58 Larson, Naomi 74,126 Larson Jr., Sam Lauer, Linda 74,126 Lawton, Mary 66 Lawton, Nancy 70,74 Lazar, Dennis'31,173 Lazaretti, Teresa 74 Lazzaretto, Gloria 61 Lazzaretto, Joanne 66 Leah Thomas 58 140 V, 4 Le Clair, Susan 74 Lederm an, Joanne 31, 116 Lee, Barbara 74 Lee, Michael Leeds, Judith 58 Lehman, Paul 31,114,117 Lehtman, Eileen 74 Lei. Bonnie 66 Leibach, Steven 66,120 Lemann, Walter 74.126,155,166 Lembeck. Michael 74,144 Lemme, Michael 58 Lenzini. James 13,58 Leopold, Mark 31,121,164 Leopold, Richard 66,144 Leopold, Robert 74,157,166 Lepp, Joan 31 Lepp, Robert 66 Lerman, Leslie 31 Lerman, Lvnn 58 Lerner, Leshtz, Leslie, Levant, Levey, Levin, Levin, Levin, Levin, Levin, Levine, Levine, Levine, Levine, Levine, Levine Nathan 74,135 Elizabeth 58 Jill 74 Brian 66,135 Judy 74 Alan 74,126,135 Marcy 66 Michelle 31 Robert 58 Roschelle 74 Cheryl 58 David 31,164 John 58 Merrill 58,536,124 Mark 74 Robert 66 Levinson, Gail 66 Levinson, Lora 58 Levinson, Stephen 66,136 Leviton, Stuart 66 Levy, David 58,122 Levy Jeffrey 70,74,124 Levy, Michael I. 32,36,66 Levy, Michael R. 142,143 Levy, Susan 58,146 Lewin, Gordon 66,120,124 Lewin, Susan 74 Lewin, Terri 11,58 Lewis, Edward 66 Lewis, Jed 58 Lewis, Jerry 32 Lewis, Michael 58 Lewis, Robert 74 Lewis, Robert D. 66,126 Lewis, Thomas 69,135 Lewitz, Jack 66 Lex, Marilyn 66 Leydon, Linda 58 Libman, William 74 Licata, Steven 74 Liebenson, Kenneth 74,141 Leibenson, Paul 58,140 Lieberman, James 66,139 Lieberman, Richard 32 Lieberstein, Jodi 66,118,146 Liebow, Cynthia 74 Liebow, Wendy 66 172 Lightfoot, Carolyn Sue 69 Lind, Bradley 6,32,48,115,137,138 Lind, Susan 66 Lindar, Alisa 66 Lindar, Richard 66 Lindstrom, Anne 66 Lindstrom, Richard 74 Linn, Steven 58,140 Linton, Robert 74 Linz, Gary 66 Lipschultz, Carl 14,32 Lipski, Elizabeth 74 Lipson, Emily 62,65,66 Lipson, Sheryl 66 Lisowski, Kathleen 32,125 Lisowski, Richard 58 Liss, David 74 Liss, Shelley 74 Litow, Beth 74 Lloyd, Lynn 74 Lloyd, Richard 66 Lobl, Mark 66.136 Loeb, Nancy 70,74 Loeff, Deborah 15,32,91,121,124, 129 , Loeff, Wendy 58,125 Loesch, Dennis' 66 Loesch, Michael 74,141 Logan, Hollis 32,45,115 Logan, Todd 74 Logan, Jamie 69 Lolli. Linda 58 Lombard, Lucinda 74 Long, Darcy 74 Long, Jeffrey 74 Longino, Gloria 58 Loningo, Thomas 74 Lopata, Theodora 58 Lrant, Glenn 74 Louer, Charles 32 Louer, Janet 74 Louer, Robert 67,135 Lovering. Joseph 74,135 Lowe, Alice 14,15,28,32 Lowenthal, Howard 58 Lowenthal, Richard 74 Lowinger, Lloyd 32 Lubin, Carol 58 Lucas, Sharon 67 Lucas, Thomas 67 Lucente, Mia 58,61 Ludwig, Ellen 65,67 Lugo. Theodosio 77 Lundgren, Robert 67.122 Lunsford, Dorothy 67 Lurie, James 74, 136,141 Lushbough, Edrian 67 Luskin, Robert 14,15,32,50,51, 120,127 Lyon, Barbara 58 Mabrey, Cynthia 67 MacArthur, John 77 MacCabee, Judith 32 Madian, Susan 15,32 Maggiore, Michael 74,126 Maggiore, Susan 67,126 Magnus, Thomas 33,124,133 Maisel, Sally 58,125 Maling, Jill 58,115,124 Malovey, Kevin 74,135,144 Man, Diane 58 Man, Jacqueline 33 Man, Norman 67 Mandel, Todd 74,135 Mandell, Greg 74 Mandiberg, James 58,136 Manfredini, Joseph 77 Manfredini, Samuel 33 Manfredini, Virginia 58 Mangel, Allen 74 Mangel. Marc 33' Mangino, Raphael 67 Mann, Lisa 67 Mann, Michael 74 Manning, Jennifer 67 Manning, Richard 33 Mansur, Jennifer 74 Marder, Nancy 53,58,119,125 Mar eson Kevin 62 67 135 H - , 4 4 Margeson, Michael 15,31,33,112, 133 Margolis, Alene 67 Margolis, Barbara 74 Markman, Leslie 58 Marks, Andrew 33 Marks, Barbara 33 Marks, Jerrold 70,74,135 Marks, John 67,144 Marks, Wendy Jo 33 Marshall, Allison 58 Marshall, Dana 74 Martin, Daryl 67 Martin, Lynda 33 Martin, Linda im 67 Martin, J Martin, Steve 74 Marx, David 14,15,34 Marx, John 74 Masini, Robert 58,631,133 Masler, Philip 67,120 Masotti, Diane 67 Masotti, Janice 74 Massa, Patricia 34 Massey, Linda 58 Massin, Linda 67 Masters, Laura 61 Steven 77 Masters, Mathe, Barbara 74 Mauck, James 27,34,51,133 Mauck, Joseph 67,135,144 May, Barry 67 Mayer, Andrew 58 .f lu ' . Mayer, Laurie 74 Mayer Jeffrey 34 Mayerj Peggy 54,58 Mazer, Clifford 74 Mazer Neal 67 Mazzetta, Sheila 74 McCaffrey, Jean 58 McCaffrey, Marolyn McCaffrey, Maureen 74 McCarty, McCarty, McClory, McClory, McCurry, McCurry, McDonal d, McDonald, McGivern,' McCivern, McGivern, McHenry, McHenry, McHenry, McJunkin, McJunkin, McJunkin, Michael 34 Timothy 58 Donald 34 Richard 67 Rachel Rama 58 Dennis 34 Joan 67 Barbara 34 'Charles 58 John 74,136,144 Barbara 58 Edwin 67,139 Pamela. 34 Dale 34 James 74 Larry 67 McKeon, Frederick 74 McLaughlin, Robert 34 McLaughlin, Robin 74 McLaughlin, Ronald 67,136,141 McLaughlin, Vivien 74 l McLeran, Crissey 58 McLeran, John 74 Mednick, Jo Ann 34,49,83 Medoff, Karen 58 i Meierhoff, Ellen 58 Meldman, Karen 74 , Melvoin, Jeffrey 74,120 Melvoin, Richard 54,58,87,136 J Mendell, Arlene 58 Mendelson, Barbara 34,117,127 Mendelson, Claudia 74 Menduno, Frank 58 Merkel, Deborah 69 Mesirow, Kenny 74,141 Mesirow, Virginia 146 Metzger, Laura 15,34,156,157 Metzger, Robert 34,49,137 Meyer, Charles 59,128 Meyer, Eugene 74,141 Meyer, Gregory 59 Meyers, Ilene 15,34,42,117,l27, 146 Meyers, Ronald 67,136,141 Michaelis, Ann 74 Michaels, Barbara 59 Michaels, Beth 67 Michaels, Cathy 34 Michell, Jan 59,116,124,166 Mickelson, Jerome 59 Mickelson, Judith 74 Prior Paulson, Daniel 75 Midle, Paul 74 Migdow, Jeffrey 59 Migdow, Nancy 74 Mileski, Thomas 77 Millan, Arnold 59 Miller, Elissa 59,118 Miller, Judith 74 Miller, Lauren 74,86 Miller, Leslie 67 Miller, Steven 34 Miller, Virginia 74 Newton, Milligan, Catheryn 34 Milligan, Leslie 59 Millington, Natalie 34 Millman, Joan 53,59 Mills, Delbart 59 Mills, Delores 67 Mills, Ellsworth 35,49,50,118,133, 140 Mills, Ginger 74 Mills, Karen 74 Milne, Nancy 67 Mince, Joanne 67 Minorini, Mary 67 Minorini, Samuel 59 Mintch, Kasia 35 Miranda, Michael 59 Mitchell, Ion 74 Mitchell, Kathy 35 Mizel, Kenneth 59 Mizel, Michael 61,140 Moberg, Paul Moldof, Julia 67 Molinari, Leroy 74,135 Monte, Michele 35 Montgomery, Angela 59 Montgomery, Kirby 74 Morris, John 35,124,167 Morris, Kathy 6,15,35,116,118, Morris, Marla 75 Morris, Paul 59,133,142 Morrison, Alice 75 Morrison, Margie 54,57,59,61,116, 124 Morrison, Peggy 62,67,115 Moses, Barbara 59 Moses, Jack 75,136 . Moses, Beth 15,a5,s6,117,161,1e5, 166 , Moss, Rosalind 59 Moss, Sandra 75 Moss, Virginia 6,15,35,49,51,116, 152 Mott, Terry 75 Mueller, Thomas 35 Mullin, Gary 67,141 Munier, Vivian 75 Munn, Jo Ann 35 Munski, Douglas 75,136 Murray, Marcia 36,126 Mussio, John 59 Nachman, Robert 14,15,35,36,129 Naiditch, Deborah 75 Naiditch, Susan Nakamura, Guy, 75,135,144 Nanini, Joseph 36 Nardick, Howard 75 Nardomarino, Frank 59 Nardomarino, Patti 67 Nathan, Ernest 59 Nathan, Jeanne 67 Nathan, Kathryn 36,126 Nathan, Walter 59,61,133 Natkin, Robert 77,135 Neal, James 67,139 Neiman, Barbara 36 Nelson, Bonnie 59 Nemer, Robin 67,151 Nerini, Julie 59,146 Nerini, Mary 67,118,146 Nero, Melinda 75 Netzer, Adele 36 Neu, Gail 75 Neu, Paul 67,135,139 Neuburger, Robin 59 Ori, Bruno 67 Ori, David 59,137 Ori, Dennis 59 Ori, Marcia 63,67,116 Ori, Sergio 59 Ori, Steve 75,135 Ori, Yolanda 59 Orloff, David 67 Orloff, Leah 59 Osberg, Richard 67,136,141 Ostebo, Ingrid 70,75 Pack, Deanna 59 Plouff, William 38 Podall, Charles 38 Podall, Leslie 67,82,121 Poeta, Luca 67,142 Poggioli, Jill 38,124,146,162 Pollock, James 67,135,139 Pollack, Jill 75 Popke, Robert 70,75,135 Poppe, Catherine 38 Posner, Karen 67,126 Potts, Rebecca 75 Powell, James 67,141 Pack, Patricia 67 Padderud, David 67 Padorr, Frances 20,37,121 Page, Charles 59 Pahlke, Barbara 37,146 Pahlke, Robert 67,135 Palay, Marc 59 Palmer, Elizabeth 59,125 Panitch, Robert 67 Panter, Marilyn 59 Papierniak, Karl 67,126,141 Paradise, Dennis 67,135 Paradise, Jane 67,116 Powell, Leslie 70,75 Powe rs, Andy 75 Pozen, Helaine 75 Pozen, Madelaine 59 Pozen, Maureen 75 Preskill, John 75 Preskill, Judith 59 Preskill, Stephen 38,97 Price David 38,127 Price? Fredrick 67,126 Price, Robert 38,75,146 Price, Robin 126 Stephen 67 124,126 Park, John 37 Parker, Valecia 69 Pascal, Harry 54,59 Pascal, Ross 14,15,37,51,117,127, 164 Paskind, Lee 15,37,127 Pasquesi, Graziano 75 Pasquesi, Lan'y 67,144 Pasquesi, Mark 75 Pasquesi, Patricia 67 Pasquesi, Susan 67 Passini, John 67 Pathman, Joel 75 Patrick, Stephen 67 Patten, Christine 67 Patterson, Susan 59,124 Pattis, Mark 75 Paul, Howard 59 Paule, Elizabeth 75 Neuman, Peter 69 Neuman, Ceil 36 Newman, Carla 36 Newman, Leslie 36 Newman, Loren 62,67,135 Newman, Marianne 75 Newman, Richard 67,124,126,144 Newman, Robert 36 Newton, Douglas 75,135 Patricia 59 Moore, Howard 67,135 Moos, Jane 67 Moran, Deborah 74 Moran, Mary 74 Moravec, Randolph 74,120 Mordini, Cheryl 35,127 Mordini, Nancy 75 Morelli, Gary 69 Morelli, Richard 59 Morelli, Rodney 77 Moreton, Susan 75 Moretti, Angelo 59 Moretti, Michael 75 Moretti, Theresa 69 Morgan, Elissa 75 Morgan, Keevan 20,35 Morgan, Scott Moriya, Mikiko 34,112,114,16O Moroney, Edward J. Moroney, Edward T. 35,75 Moroz, Laurie 59,129 Newton, Ronald 67,135,144 Nicholson, Peter 59 Niederman, Kim 59,133 Nissen, Cathy 36 Nissenson, Mary 67,124 Nitsche, Richard 69 Noble, Phyllis 59 Nora, Wendy 15,36,105,112,113, 116,125,149,155,161,164 Nordendale, Susan 36 Norwell, William 75,135 Novit, Nancy 59 Nussbaum, Karen 15,36,90,164 Nustra, Cheryl 15,37,118 Nustra, Nicholas 59 Nuutinen, Cynthia 37 Nysted, Lee 75 Nysted, Lynn 37 O,Connell, Scott 67 Ocepek, Fred 75 O'Donovan, Thomas 59,122 Olex, Wendy 75 Oliff, Marlene 59 Olmsted, Andrew 59 Olmsted, Rebecca 75 Olshan, Jeffrey 59,115 Olson, Steven 59, 132, 133, 137, 138 Omens, Ellen 75 Omens, Russell 59 Omolecki, Steven 37, 133 Oppenheimer, John 59,114,129 Ori, Arthur 75,144 Ori, Bruna 67 Paulson, Dennis 67,135,144 Pearlman, Lenard 59 Pearson, William 75 Pellar, Jeffrey 59,140 Pennish, Debra 37,124 Penrose, Guinevere 59 Penrose, Katherine 67,116 Perez, Miguel 59 Perlman, Linda 75 Perraud, Jeffrey 75,136 Perraud, Lynn 67 Perraud, Sue 57,59 Perry, James 75,135 Perry, Janice 75 Perry Jo 62,67,118 Perry, Michael 77 Petersen, Gregory 67,135 Peterson, Charles 75,141 Peterson, Jean 59 Petranek, Leslie 75 Pett, Pamela 67 Petranek, Leslie 75 Pett, Pamela 67 Philipsborn, King 69 Phillips, Guy 67,144 Phillips, Scott 59 Phillips, Peter 59 Piacenza, Piacenza, Fred 37 Gerald 75, 136 Piacenza, Josephine 67,116 Piacenza, Lawrence 67,135,139 Piacenza, Loretta 59 Piacenza, Richard 75,135 Picchietti, Sharon 59 Pielet, James 37,117 Pielet, Patti 67 Pieracci, Joseph 37 Pieroni, Antony 37 Pieroni, Carlo 67 Piglietti, Corrado 37 Piller, Simon 67,126 Pilurs, Kathleen 38,116,146 Pilurs, Laurie 67,124 Pines, Jan 67 Pink, Gerald 75 Platt, Benjamin 67,86,135 Platt, Robert 59 Pritchett, Steven 61 Prizant, Sanford 75,135 Prizant, Yvette 38,49,51 Pugliano, Victor 67 Quirk, Thomas 67 Rabin, Janice 59 Rade, David 38 Rade, Debra 75 Ragir, Judith 60,159 Rankin, Peter 38 Rapoport, Charlotte 67 Rappaport, John 67,141,145 Rasor, Linda 75 Ratajczyk, Bruce 75,135,141 Ratajczyk, Patricia 54,60 Rathsam, Carol 60 Ratner, Robert 60 Rau, Dorothy 15,38,124 Ray, William 75,144 Rector, Dan 38 Reder, Sheri 69 Redfield, George 60 Redfield, Patricia 67 Redman, Debra 54,60,116,124,128 Regan, Christopher 75,135,144 Regan, Hugh 68,135,139 Rehm, Sharron 76 Reible, James 76 Reich, Verne 38,133 Reid, Lisa 76 Reif, Robert 60,133 Reinisch, Debra 76 Reinsberg, Sharon 76 Reisler, Lynn 15,39,119,124,126, 158,164 Reisman, Pamela 76 Reitmeyer, John 60,124 Reitmeyer, Margaret 68 Reitmeyer, Jane 69 Resnick, Ilene 76 Resnick, Nathan 14,15,39,117,142 Reuben, David 39, 142 Reuben, Michael 76,144 Reuler, Jack 76,135 Richards, Kathryn 68 Richards, Leslie 39 Richards, William 39 Richardson, Jennifer 76 Richland, Margaret 60,115,126 Richman, Judy 76 Richmond, Mark 60 Righi, Frances 76 Risdon, John 76, 103, 135 Risi, James 76 Riskin, Marcia 39 Ritholz, Robert 39,90,127 Rivera, Jose 60 Rizzolo, June 39 Robbin, Sheryl 68,121 Robbins, Carol 39 Robins, Robert 11,61 , Rock, Matthew 76 Rodell, Susan 69 Rodgers, Jill 60,129,166 Rodin, Shelley 6,60,116 Rogaliner, Gary 39,117 Rogan, J. Michael 173 Rogan, Michael 39 Rogers, Barbara 68,146,151 Rohrer, Richard 68,136 Rolle, Christopher 56,60 Romitti, Ronald 60 Ronan, John 39 Ronzani, Paul 69 Root, Cary 60 Root, Kenneth 76 Ropiequet, Thomas 76 Rosa, Carmel 39,124 Rosa, Nicholas 68,141 Rosalini, John 39,132,133 Rosalini, Larry 75,76,135,144 Rose, Charles 60 Stewar Rose, Mark 68,136 Rose, Susan 68 Rosen, Joyce 76 Rosedale, Ronald 40,117,151 Rosen, Barry 68 Rosen, Larry 69 Rosen, Lori 60 Rosen, Michele 76 Rosenbaum, John 76,135,144 Rosenbaum, Judy 60,118,128 Rosenbaum, Mark 60,120,136 Rosenberg, Daniel 40,118,142 Rosenberg, Ellen 68 Rosenberg, Jane 40 Rosenberg, Meredyth 76,126 Rosenberg, Steven 76,141 Rosenblit, Joel 60,120 Rosenbloom, Lewis 68,126 Rosenblum, David 68,136 Rosenblum, Ellen 117 Rosenblum, Jeremy 76,120 Rosenblum, Jonathan 60,120,166 Rosenfeld, Paula 76 Rosenfels, Joan 68,166 Rosengarden, Michael 76,135,141 Rosenhouse, Daniel 60 Rosenstein, Diana 76 Rosenstein, Mace 76,126 Rosenstein, Mark 60 Rosenstein, Martin 76 Rosenthal, Jayne 68 Roshto, Ricky 76,136 Rosin, Ellin 76 Rosner, Gail 68 Ross, Alice 68 Ross, Dennis 60,120 Rotblatt, Stephen 76,135 Roth, David 68,141 Rothfelder, Ralph 40,140 Rothman, Eric 68 Rothman, Lee 68 Rubenstein, Ricky 60 Rubin, Robert 25,60 Rubin, Sharon 40,117,125 Rudman, Lorra 54,60,61,118,128 Rudman, Michael 76 Ruekberg, Louise 60 Ruelli, David 76,136 Ruffolo, Bonnie 76 Russell, Barry 15,40,109,115,133 Russell, Donald 68,135,139 Ruwitch, Janet 60 Ryan, Katherine Ryer, Jean 76 Sabin, Diane 68 Sabold, Chris 60 Sachnoff, Lee 60,61 Sachs, George 60 Sachs, Richard 76 Sadin, Abby 68,118 Sadin, Stephen 40,127 Sagen, Sandra 68,117 Sager, Marc 60 Salbert, Susan 40 Salita, Robert 68,144 Salita, Susan 40,116,129 Salk, Carol 68 Saltiel, Deborah 54,60 Saltzman, Robert 76,135,141 Salutsk Y, Salvador, Salvador, Salzman, Sanders, Sanford, Santello, Santello, 174 Laura 77 Caprice 40,125 Cecily 76 Michael 60 Robert Barbara 76 Lawrence 76 William 60 Santi, Peter 40 Santi, Rich 60 Santi, Roger 60 Saper, Clifford 60,120 Sapir, Dan 68,144 Sapir, Gil 68,135 Sarkady, Charles 40,115,117,140, 141 Sarkady, Michael 36,40,117 Samat, Richard 76,144 Sasch, Karen 68 Sasch, Sharon 40 Saslow, Lynn 68 Scalabrini, Robert 60 Scalabrini, Sylvia 40 Scallan, Timothy 68 Scarim, Nicholas 68 Schachter, Meg 70,76,125 Schaeppi, Barbara 40 Schaeppi, Gordon 60 Schaffner, Renee 60 Schary, Michael 68,120 Schechter, Joel 76,135 Schell, Jeffrey 68 Schenk, Dennis 60 Scher, Marilyn 10,15,41,121,124, 126,154,155,156,157,167 Scher, Mark 76 Schiff, Janet 60,116 Schiff, Paul 41 Schlesinger, John 68 Schlesinger, Robert 41 Schmidt, Diane 76,126 Schmidt, James 76 Schmidt, Karla 68 Schmidt, Linda 60 Schmikler, Michael 144 Schnadig, Richard 41 Schnair, Bonnie 76 Schnair, Jill 68 Schneider, David Schneider, Linda 41 Schneider, Marlon 60,124,164 Schneider, Susan 41 Schneiderrnan, Elyse 6,14,41,47, 116,121 Schoen, Kevin 68,135 Schoenbrod, Roy 76 Schoenstadt, Darryl 68,126,153 Schoenstadt, Richard 76,135,141 Schoenstadt, Ronald 41,140 Schover, Leslie 68,124 Schranz, Martin 68,123 Schranz, Robin 68,123 Schrimmer, Sharrie 41 Schroeder, Steven 76,135 Schroederus, Joy 76 Schulman, Gwen 68 Schuster, Alane 41 Schuster, James 70,76,120 Schuster, Judith 68 Schuster, Richard 15,41,140 Schwalbach, Patrick 60 Schwalbach, Wayne 76,126 Schwandt, Judith 60 Schwarts, Barbara 68 Schwartz, Jo Ann 68 Schwartz, Linda 11,41 Schwartz, Victoria 15 Schwarz, Gail 41, 125 Schwarz, Ronald 60 Schwieger, Eugene 41 Schweiger, Judy 41 Scoglio, Ricky 76,126,136 Scornavacco, Vicky 41 Scully, Helene 68 Scully, M. Joan 41 Searles, Terri 76 Seder, Diane 62,68,117,118 Sedik, Michael 41 Seeger, Susan 76 Seelig, John 28,41,133,161 Segal, David 68 Segall, Vivian 60,128 Segil, Laurence 76,135,144 Seiffert, Albert 68 Seltzer, Candace 68 Selz, Curt 60 Selz, Marilyn 76 Senescu, Elissa 60 Sennett, Abbe 68 Serbin, Carole 42 Shank, Jacalyn 60 Shanken, Sandra 60 Shapiro, Daniel 15,42,49,124,157 Sheahen, Barbara 76 Sheahen, David 68,135 Sheahen, Donna 42 Shelton, George Shelton, Julia 42 Shepard, C. Stacy 60 Sherman, Barnard 76 Sherman, Jeremy 54,57,60 Sherman, Jill 160 Sherman, Robert 76,126 Sherony, Kathryn 68 Sherony, Keith 60 Solomon, Nancy 77 Solomon, Sue 43,146 Solovy, Debra 68 Soper, Michael 60 Sorrentino, Clara 68 A Southerton, Peggy 77 Southerton, William 43 - Spanier, Anita 43 Spanier, Lawrence 77 Spark, Shelley 60 Sparks, Glen 43 Spear, Larry 77 Spector, Kenneth 15,42,43,117, 123 Speyer, April 68 Sherwood, Ditte 76 Sherwood, William Shiffer, Rhonda 76 Shimizu, Jo Ann 42, 118 Shinderman, Ann 42 Shlensky, Stuart 68,120 Shlopack, Miles 68,126 Shmikler, Michael 68,135 Shoemaker, Richard Shoemaker, Robin 60,118 Shore, Karen 76 Shulman, Jan 76 Shulman, Mark 76,136 Shulman, Sam 76 Shure, Judith 60 Shutan, Claudia 60 Siegel, Denise 76 Siegel, Ellen 14,42,115,146 Siegel, Howard 42 Siegel, Lynn 60 Siegel, Michael 14,15,42 Sigel, Steven 60,115,136 Sigman, Leona 60 Signorio, Joey 60 Silber, M. Elizabeth 68 Silberman, Debra 76 Silberman, Laurie 60,118 Silver, Diane 68 Silverman, Edward 62,68,141 Silverman, John 68,135 Silverman, Maura 76 Simon, Jeff 76 Simon, Lawrence 76,124 Simon, Michael 76 Speyer, James 43,71,123,128 Spitz, Jeffrey 60 Spitz, Linda 60 Spitz, Thomas 43 Suiwak, Mark 43 Splett, Daniel 60 Spriggs, James 68 Springer, Steve 77 Sprung, Gary 77 Stanek, Harold 68 Steele, Steele, John 68 Kathy 14,43,115,164 Steiger, Carla 54,60,90,118,129 Steiger, Lennie 77,163 Stein, Stein, Barbara 60 Estys 77 Sten, Gary 60 Stein Jill 15,43,49,50,112,124, 125, Stein, Stein, Stein, Stein, Stein, 164 Stephe Stern, Stern, Stern, Stern, 164 Martin 43,113,133 Robert 62,68,135,144 Rolly 77,125 Sherri 68 Stuart 14,15,39,43,127,129, nson, Janet 60,125 n Daniel 77,135,144 Jeffrey 60,133 Lynn 60 Sharon 43 Sternberg, Larry 60 Sternberg, Peter 43 Sternberg, Wendy 77 t, Gail 70,77 Simon, Robert 76 Simons, Simons, David 60 John 42 Sincere, Michael A. 68 Sincere, Michael 76 Sincere, Richard 76 Singer, Hillel 68 Singer, Ira 68 Singer, Ronald 68 Singer, Shira 76 Singer, Susan 68 Sirotti, David 68,123 Skinder, William 43 Sklare, Steven 62,68 Skolnik, Howard 68,124 Skomurski, Raymond Slawin, Slawin, Scott 76, 135 Suzanne 43 Sleeman, Robert 60 Sloss, A. Catherine 76 Smith, Barbara 76 Smith, Christopher 76 Smith, Dean 68 Smith, Gene 60 Smith, Laurel 60,69 Smith, Leslie 69 Smith, Patricia 76 Smith, Raymond 76,135 Smith, Robert 43,145 Smith, Thayer 76 Smith, William 61 Stipe, Rita 43 Stockdale, Richard 60,103,133,142 Stoddard, Anne 43 Stollman, Ellen 68 Stollman, Jeffery 60,136 Stone, Beverly 44 Stone, Ilene 60 Stone, Peter 77,136 Stransky, John 60 Straus Jr., John 60,124,155,167 Streicker, Nancy 44,90 Stubenvoll, Pamela 44,124 Suber, Ann 44,125,146 Suber, Peter 60,140 Suber, Thomas 77,141 Sucss, Fred 69 Superfine Cindy 68 Swanberg, Sandra 44 Swanson, Mark 68 Swartz, Elizabeth 69,118 Swartz, Robert 21 Sweeney, Beth 60,124,167 Sweeney, Margaret 44,124 Swinehart, Karen 60 Syme, Jim 60 Takach, Alexander 68,126 Takach, Gerald 77,126,136 Tamarri, Jane 44,124 Tamarri, Judy 77 Taplin, Philip 68 Taradash, James 68,135 Taradash, Michael 44,133 Smoler, Beth 76 Smyslowski, Eugene 73,76 Snyder, J. Beth 76 Snyder, Lucinda 60 Soglin, Deborah 43,117 Soifer, Sheryl 14,43 Sokolsky, Debra 68 Solgon, Laura 76 Solk, Barry 27,31,43 Solk, Renee 76 Solomon, Debra 77 Solomon, Jay 68 Targ, Julie 68 Tarson, Ronald 60,133,143 Tasner, Cathy 60 Tatar, John 60 Taylor, Jenny 15,44 Tazioli,' Anthony 77 Tazioli, Betty 68 Tazioli, Gail 44,146 Tazioli, Betty 68 Tazioli, Gail 44,146 Tazioli, Guy 60 Tazioli, Tony 77 Telpner, Martha 77 Temple, Darrell 44 Temple, Eugene 77,136 Tepper, Michael 68 Terman, William 77 Thiesen Peter 69 121 Thompsbn, Danny 44 Thuente, Nancy 68 Tickes, Lynne 60 Tilley, David 68 Tinkle, Jim 68 Tobin, Joe 15,44,118,142,143 Tobin, Laurence 70,77,136,142 Tobin, Michael 68,122 Tokoph, Stanton 68 Tolar, Sharon 77 Trager, Marie 68 Travetto, Frank 77,135 Treshansky, Milt 77 Tullmann, Sue 77 Turchi, Richard 61 Turchi, Richard 61 Turco, James 61 Turk, Martha 61,125 Tyrrell, Deborah 44 Ugolini, Mary Anne 61 Ugolini, Richard 60 Uhlmann, Richard 68 Ullmann, Susan 77 Underwood, David Urban, Jean 68 Vai, Bmce 77,135 Vai, Russell 69,135 Vallez, Michelle 61,124 Van, Victor 77,135 Van Arsdale, J. Doug 77,141 Van Arsdale, Janet 14,15,44,146 Van Arsdale, Joan 44 Vehe, Kathryn 15,44,151 Velasco, Roberto 112,114 Vena, Mary 61 Vena, M. Teresa 61 Venell, Douglas 77 Venell, Dwight 61 Venisti, Gaetano 69 Venturini, Jane 44 Venturini, Jean 44 Vetter, Margo 61 Vetter, Michael 77 Victor, Allison 69 Victor, Debra 69 Victor, Jonathan 45 Villaflor, Francisco 45 Vittenson, Barbara 61 Vogds, Eugene 61 Vogds, Mary 77 Volin, Beth 77 Volpendesta, Joline 69 Vyn, Janice 54,61,129 Waas, Sandra 61,125 Wachholder, Mark 45,126 Wait, Gary 61, 133, 142 Waite, Richard 77 Wald, Robert 77,135 Waldman, Pamela 61 Wallace, Joanne 61 Walters, Bradford 69 WValtzek, John 36,45 Wanserski, Janis 15,45 Wanserski, Loretta 62,69 Warren, Joel 77 Warshauer, Linda 69 Warton, Gail 77 Wax, Liza 61 Wax, Orian 69 Weigel, Maree 61 Weil, Frederick 57,61,129 Weil, Jane 77 Weil, Penny 61 Weinberg, Deborah 61 Weinberg, Michael 62,69,121 Weinress, Joan 61,151 Weinstein, Edward 45 Weinstock, Kay 45 Weis, Deborah 77 Weiskopf, Sally 69,124 Weiss, Gene 69 Weiss, Nan 61 Weiss, Pamela 37,45 Weiss, Ricki 77 Weissenbach, Jill 77 Weissman, P. Ann 65,69,125,156, 167 Wietzenfeld, Barry 77 Wenk, WVesley 77,126 Wemer, Lyndon 69,135 Wessel, Sherry 61 Wetzler, Donna 15,35,45 Wetzler, Francinett 128 Weyant, Heidi 77 Wheeler, Dan 69 White, Elizabeth 77 White, Peggy 15 Whitehill, David 61,115 White, Sharon 69 Whitehill, Jonathan Whiteside, Robin 77 Whitrnan, Clyde 45,124 Whitson, Kimberly 69 Wien, Alison 45,118,162 Wien, Michael 61,136,143 Wiener, Naomi 77 Wiesen, Michael 61,121 Wild, Cheryl 77 Wild, Michael 45,133 Wilder, Bryan 136 Wilheim, John 77 Wilheim, Robert 61 wilk, scott 7,619,126 Williams, Gary 45 Williams, J. Russell 61 Williams, Reed 69,135 Willner, Debbie 77 Wilson, Joan 5,46,146 Wilson, Winick, Robert 61,132,133,137 Amold 77,135 Winkler, Ronnie 46 Winston, Jett 61 Winston, Katherine 61 Winter, Leslie 70,77 Winter, Thomas 54,61,124,129 Winters, Ellen 69,116,125,152 Winters, Lois 46,83,127 Winters, Terry 61 Wirth, Robert 61 Wirth, Wendy 77 Witkin, Debra 69 Witz, Harry 61 Wolf, Bennett 46,49 Wolf, Gordon 15,46,113 Wolf, Harvey 77,124 Wolf, Leonard 77 Wolf, Lynne 77 Wolf, Marcia 46,94 Wolf, Max 69 Wolf, Michael 77,128,172 Wolf, Susane E. 15,35,46,89,117, 129 WVolf, Susane L. 69 Wolfe, Kerry 77 Wolff, Thomas 69,126,143,144 Wolters, Russell 69 Woods, Lester 77 Woods, Sherrie 61 Wright, Gregory 77 Wustenburg, Ernest 77,126 Wynn, Stephanie 57,61,125 Yaffe, David 77,135 Yaffe, Jean 46 Yee, Dicky 46 Yee, Hannie 61, 116 Yones, Ellen 61 Yong, John Young, Fran 69 Young, Michael 77,144 Zabel, Pamela 77 Zaccone, Catherine 77 , Zacharias, Daniel 69,135 Zahnle, Mike 77 Zhanle, Patrick 77,136 Zak, Leslie 39,46,129 Zak, Richard 69,139 Zanotti, Mary 77 Zar, Leon 15,46,123,164 Zelke, Raymond 46 Zemel, Stuart 61,133 Zieve, David 61 Zimler, Marsha 69,166 Zimler, Nancy 14,46,161 Zimmerman, Garry 77,144 Zimmerman, Jill 61 Zimmerman, Kenneth 61 Zimmerman, Lois 69,121 Zimmerman, Patricia 69 Zimmerman, Roy 77,135 Zimmett, Mark 10,14,15,46,48, 117,154,155,156,165 Zivin, Mark 61,133,154,143 Zoller, Stanford 61,127 Zucker, Andrea 69 Zucker, Marica 15,46,114 Zuker, Sandra 61 Administration and Faculty Aitchison, Mrs. Jeanne 81 Albin, Edward 101,125 Alexander, James 83 Alsberg, Steven 88,122 Anderson, Alice 100 Anderson, Julie 90 Anglum, Essie 108 Anthony, Robert 89 Arreazola, John 98,135 Asplund, Robert 93,101 Austin, Dwight 83 Becker, Leonard 91 Bernstein, Stuart 81 Bindas, Steve 106 Blong, Beatrice 84,85 Bock, E. 109 Boesen, Mary 108 Boghasen, Rose 89 Bogs, Shirley 99 Bond, Jane 83 Borman, Eunice 50,87,119,159 Briber, Alex 81 Broming, John 83 Brotzman, Larry 95 Burdick, Mrs. Marcia 88 Caliendo, Sonja 105 Carbol, Thomas 101 Carden, Mrs. Glenda 91 Cardiff, Robert 102,134 Cardinal, Mrs. Loraine 14,93,169 Carlson, C.A. 106 Carmichael, Robert 94 Carpenter, Harold 103 Cash, Robert 82 Chamberlain, Mrs. Ann 104 Chickerneo, John 96,134 Cianchetti, Ralph 87 Davenport, Mrs. Leonre 87 Davis, Don 107,140,141 Devereaux, Lloyd 103 Diedrick, Lucille 96 Disbrow, Kathleen 105 Doedens, Mrs. Nancy 99 Eaton, Mrs. Mae 84 Edwards, Melvin 88,107,136 Edwards, Richard 9,93,112 Eisman, Ralph 93,122 Engerman, Mrs. Winifred 85 Engstrom, Erland 96 Esserman, Mrs. Ruth 101 Floyd, J.D. 82 Foley, Mrs. Dolores 88 Gasper, Milo 107 Gerrits, Juliana 94 Giffhorn, Clarice 104 Gosling, Arthur 80 Greener, Mrs. Barbara 87,121, 159,164 Grunska, General Jerry 79,84,159 Haberland, Martin 101 Haddy, Gloria 83 Hammerberg, Mrs. Norma 103 Handzel, Joan 99,100 Hannig, Paul 88 Hanson, H. E. 94,123 Hardimon, Mrs. Ghita 101 Harris, Fred 107,135,141 Haskett, Bonnie 104,112,113 Haug, Gene 93 Hein, Vemon 82 Heinzelman, Donald 86 Hextell, Ronald 107 Higgins, Mrs. Adele 108,123 Hironimus, James 93 Hubbs, Bette 85 James, Mrs. Viola 108 Jorstad, Kenneth 102 Joiner, Elizabeth 98 Kaplan, Mrs. 108 Keare, Mrs. Pamela 90 Kennedy, Larry 86,120 Kenney, Richard 97 Kerner, Mrs. Clarabeth 88 Krelstein, Myrna 85,121 Kroll, William 99,100 Land, Steve 96,135 Libakken, Leslie 81 Lichtenstein, Edward 86 Lill, Mrs. Patsy 92 Lothian, Mrs. Marjorie 103 Lowinger, Alex 81 Martin, Gilbert 92,135 Massover, Mrs. Esther 87 McCord, Kenneth 97 McGivern, Charles 91 McKichan, Grace 99 McLaughlin, Paul 103 McMullen, H. G. 92 Meisterheim, Barbara 87 Mihura, David 83 Miller, Kenneth 89 Monahan, James 91 Motyl, Joseph 94 Mount, Mrs. Greta 102 Muller, Patsy 93,161 Munski, John 86 Nation, Carol 105 Nelson, William 81 Oleson, Delores 95,120 Oppriecht, Rodney 85 Ott, Joan 99 Palmer, Helen 81 Pearson, Algene 96 Perry, Harold 81 Philyaw, George 85,121 Plath, Karl 80 Pons, Sandra 104 Price, John 80,81 Progre, Patricia Ann 91 Ratliff, Bill 107,140 Reigel, Marc 86,135 Righeimer, James 106,134 Ross, Mrs. Vivian 85 Rothschild, Edward 81 Rowe, Mrs. Bonnie 93 Royer, Gerald 86,129 Ryall, Mrs. Audrey 108 Sandahl, Mrs. Hildegarde 99 Sara, Nathar 81 Schildgen, William 98 Schramm, Charles 107,137 Scornavacco, John 107,134,139 Seekamp, Richard 86 Shine, Roberta 83 Silverman, Abraham 108 Silverstein, Louis 90 Sovish, Anne 99,100 Spears, Calvin 107,135,144 Spencer, Hildreth 89 Stoltenberg, Judy 105 Stunkel, C. S. 95 Swanson, Mrs. Sonia 88 Tank, Nancy 104,122,146 Tarry, Hazel 100 Thompson, Mary 108 Tilmon, Mrs. Louise 97 Van Den Broeck, Suzanne 100 Varland, Gerald 97 Visgatis, Charles 4 Voss, James 102 Wall, Marie 102 Weaver, Lynn 99 Wedding, Kenneth 90 Wegner, Robert 95 Winkley, C. J. 95,97 Winter, Ted 81 Wisner, James 81 Wisniewski, Daniel 106,134,142 Wood, Florence 97 Young, Mrs. Jean 103 Younker, Donald 7,101 Zaeske, Earling 80 175 "The beginnings and endings of all human undertakings are untidy, the building of a house, the writing of a novel, the demolition of a bridge, and, emminently, the finish of a voyagef' John Galsworthy The ending of Little Giant '68 is no exception. My gratitude is extended to Walinger Studio for their prompt and efficient service, and to Mr. Haney and Mr. Snyder of Consolidated Graphic Arts Corporation for their professional suggestions and criticisms. The whole staff wishes to thank the teachers of the English department for their toleration of the noise constantly ema- nating from M201A. In addition, we congratulate Dr. Munski for his unflagging moral courage in the face of daily crises. I personally would like to thank our photographers Jim, Ira, Ralph, and Mike for their willingness to develop pictures for the impending deadlines, our business managers for their valiant attempts to balance the books, and hard-working staff editors such as Stuart, Debbie L., Amy, and Ian. My thanks can only inadequately express the debt I owe to Debbie H., Carla, Sue, and Audrey for all the time and effort they devoted to the book and all the encouragement they devoted to me. I also would like to thank Miss Pons and Miss Caliendo for gracefully excusing my uunavoidableu truancies. The custodians too deserve special credit for the amiable companionship and assistance they provided on deadline week nights. 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