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Page 62 text:
a Medalist rating at the Columbia Press Confer-
ence this year for the second consecutive time.
This is the highest award a high school can re-
ceive. and The Rr'r'm'zf was the only one in New
York State to do so.
The amazing part of it is that The Revonl, the
only high school weekly in Westchester, is an
"Where,s The Rr'co1'u' today?,' This is OUI' extra-curricular activity and is entirely student
agonized cry on the Monday after any vacation. run. Of course, Miss Francis is always there to
We keep forgetting that The Remrcf staff has see that the editors aren't sued for libel while
some days off too. At any other time, however. Mrs. Annis keeps a watchful eye on finances and
the members are either getting articles and ads Miss Devereux helps brush up the art page.
or Working in 105-A or the print shop. Their However, most of the supervision is done by the
hard work was Well-rewarded, for our paper Won editors.
SFFUIIAII mu'-Martin, Namneher, Schabaelter, Rigano,
' V' 1 Law, Ferrall, Conrad, DeCesaris
'I'liirif I'fl!l'-"RClCl1. X .ll
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Having copy and pictures is all well and
good, but one can't publish a yearbook without
money. Evelyn Compton headed the business
department which consisted of Bunny Meadow's
advertising staff and jack Sparrell's subscription
staff. W'itbout these financial wizards we would
have no Mulnixvuu.
ln every activity some unfortunate person
must take the responsibility in order to produce
a well organized book. Bob Lombino, this year's
editor-in-chief, had to make sure that all three
departments were co-ordinated. He planned the
layout of the pages and made sure that the plan
was carried out. However, Bob could never have
put out a successful yearbook without the ines-
timable assistance of Mrs. Linden, adviserg Miss
Riordan, photo adviserg and Mr. Manchester and
Mr. Ury, financial advisers.
GI aser. Fletcher.
liirvl ron' - Glaser Comvton,
.. , . 1
Sparrell, Meadow, Kaiser.
Srrrlrlil mu'-Nlarrarfino, Hotch-
kiss, Martin, Hayes, Rigaim, Young
Tlriril ro1L'fSimpson, Schabacker
avis, Arup, Lnnru
Wfikeinan, judge, De Marco r
Tfrinl mn'-Kellogg, Ktlloci,
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fm I It if
Swziiwl-Rotli, Arup, Allen, Gerard.
This year Marietta Bucklin had the respon- everything had been turned in, Cynthia Van
sibility of being editor-in-chief. With the help Law and her staff started the proofreading so
of Wilda Marraffino and Jay Schabacker, asso- that the material would be ready for Shirley
ciate editors, Marietta saw that the innumerable Rigano and her typists. Last, but not least, comes
things connected with printing a successful paper the Business Department headed by Joan Roth.
were done. The three kept a watchful eye on W'ith the help of Jane Robison and Stevie Gerard
Margaret Bishop, headline editor, and Cox Fer- she attended to the advertising and the cir-
rall, news editor, who in turn looked after his culation.
reporters and saw that they handed in accurate Highlights of the paper this year were the
and interesting news. K . .
L four extra editions. One told us of the football
Steve Greenleigh, as sports editor, stayed up team's winning the XWIAA championship while
late on game nights to Write minute sports re- another was a gag April Fool's issue. The third
sults. If you heard anybody yelling "any parties was the exciting Ci, A. extra, telling who won
this Week-end?,' it was probably Debby Martin, the school elections. The last, the Senior Extra,
feature editor, hunting up material for "Debby,s provided us seniors with a real souvenir of our
Data." The flashbulbs you saw flashing were no class. Speaking of souvenirs, every issue of Tfac'
doubt those of Steve Reich, photo editor. Dick Iirwml is one. Any will make the school alive
Conrad, with the help of Flavia DeCesaris, pro- to us in years to come. Thanks a lot, Rf'4'm'J.'
vided an amusing cartoon page each week. After
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