Milne School - Bricks and Ivy Yearbook (Albany, NY)
- Class of 1966
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desire and need to communicate is particularly strong and relentless because the young are
so changing and uncertain. One can often clarify one's position or values by talking about
them, so the need to communicate is often one With the desire to understand and solidify
one's personal philosophy. The young person desires to communicate with someone who
appears to share his convictions or at least his particular approach to the eternal and un-
answered questions of Who am I? And what shall l do with my life? What and Whom shall I
believe and follow, question, rebel against?
Linda Susan Paul
The tribute we are about to pay involves an
unusual student-faculty relationship. This
person has given of himself more than is to
be expected of a faculty member. He has
devoted many long hours to our problems as
evidenced by the burning light in his office
after many a basketball game. The Small but
meaningful details on which this relation-
ship grew ranged from his brightly-colored
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This year the Milne School welcomed a new principal, a man who involved
himself with every aspect of school life. Not only did he manage his official
duties as principal, but he always could be found in friendly conversation
with either students or faculty. Mr. Charles W. Bowler has given enthusi-
,fastically of his time, and it is hoped that he will remember his experience
with the same pleasure as do the members of Milne.
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Miss Mabel Jackman, Librarian
Mrs. Patricia Morgan, Librarian
Miss Ruth Poffley, Mrs. Linda Taylor.
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Dr. James Crowley, History
Mr. Michael Lamanna, History
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Mr. Richard Lewis, English
Dr, james Cochrane, English
Miss Anita Dunn, English
Mrs. Cecelia McGinnis, English
Dr. James Cochrane
Mr. William Kraus, English
Mr. Theodore Andrews, English
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Mrs, Gina Moore, Spanish
Mrs, Hilda Deuel, French
Mrs. Susan Losee, French
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Dr. Ruth Wesley, French
Man expresses himself
Mr. Arthur Ahr, Indus 1A
Diane jones, Sue Krimsky.
Mrs. Brita Walker, Art
Dr, Roy York, jr., Music
Miss Barbara Quayle, Home Economics
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Mr. Cecil johnson
Mr. H. Peter Engel, Physics
Dr. Walter Farmer, General Science
and Striving for the ultimate
Dr. Herbert Oakes, Mathematics ML Robert Buck, Mathematics
Dr. Randolph Gardner
Mr. Robert Lewis,
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Miss Barbara Palm, Physical Education
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Mrs. Royann Blodgett, Business
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Joanna Milham, Business
Behind the door of Ali Baba's cave
there was a great treasure. l-Ie had
only to say "Open Sesame" and that
treasure was his .
Behind the door of the Milne School
there is an even greater treasure.
Education, knowledge of the World
We live in and the world of the past, President Brent Solomon
and the bright promise of the future Secretary Denlel Button
that will be ours if we say "Open Treasurer Dawn BaldeS
Sesame" to our minds and hearts
each time We Walk through Milne's
FRONT ROW: W. Frnton, I. Drew, C. Nitzberg, E. Leue, P. Driscoll, C. Zughn, M. Jacobs, E. Greenberg, B. Ru-
dolph, K. Benedict, B. Geller. SECOND ROW: David Bulger, P. McDermott, T. VanDerueer, A. Schapiro, B. Mayer,
M. Miller, S. Lapidus, B. Graham, D. Dorenz, N. Colasurdo, J. Allen, S. Boochever, D. Henkin, THIRD ROW: R
Zima, R. Gerber, B. Soloman, D. Kinney, R. Cohen, S. Lerner, L. Iselin. FOURTH ROW: W. Burelski, I. Fisher,
G. Elswox, R. Schorr, C. Karlaftis, B. Jupiter, C. Moore, D. Froelick, V. Waitkus, T. Brown, G. Silberberg, D.
Reid, D. Baldes, C. Fennell, B. Finkelstein. FIFTH ROW: I-I. Levine, A. Dorsman, H. Freele, M. Welsh, F. Suggs
B. Stapf, D. Martin, B. Schulize, M. Peavy. SIXTH ROW: C. Barker, D. Button, M. Landau, I. Retz, J. Kuperman,
F. Robinson, D. Patelos, W. O'Nei1, B. Sxartz, B. Gentner, L. Goldberg, J. Iseman. SEVENTH ROW: S. Dunn, P.
DeLong, L. Kurland. NIISSING: R. Schere.
To all you seventh graders there is no real magic
in this world, but here are a few quick tricks to
make your years in Milne more pleasant. You
alone are responsible for your success at Milne.
lf you will take a little advice from someone who
has had the experience you are about to go through
you can make your years here very fruitful.
The desire to learn is very important if you plan
to do Well in school. Paying attention in class
is of the utmost importance. Remedial help is
offered to anyone who needs it. Your teacher may
give you a remedial if she feels you need some
assistance. As soon as you are unsure of yourself
and confused, feel free to ask for help after school,
don't wait for your teacher to discover your lack
of understanding. Remember, your teacher cannot
know for several days till she corrects your home-
work and perhaps a quiz. No! This is not imposing,
your teachers will always be glad to help you! Your
good grade is a reflection on your teacher's ability.
Another simple but effective little trick is to get ac-
quainted with your classmates. Don't stand around
and wait for them to come up and introduce them-
selves! Sure you feel odd going up and starting a
conversation! On the other hand, your classmates
are just as shy!
Now maybe a student will enter Milne in the second
semester or a few days late, please, lbeg yOu, go
up to her and introduce yourself, offer to help ac-
quaint her with the school's procedure, invite her
to join you and your friends for lunch. She will be
grateful. On your first day of Milne you felt awk-
ward, imagine how much more awkward she feels
being the only one not knowing her way around.
Change places with this girl, for a moment, you
would want someone to include you in her group,
wouldn't you? Following this advice l acquired my
Here is one more little trick to make Nlilne more
pleasant. Take interest in school activities, par-
ticipate in as many school functions as possible.
A strong school spirit creates a strong love for your
Now, if you follow these basic rules, there is no
reason to be aflutter and confused when you enter
Milne or any school. These are good tips to follow
even when you go away to college. I beseech you
to follow these few rules at all times. They are
vital to make life enjoyable.
FRONT ROW:A. Gerber, I. Barker, S. Levitz, C. Richter, A. Levine, C. Kaplan, J. Greenburg, I. Abrams, M.
Catricola, C. Ettelson, L. Nlilstein, K. Bartlett, P. Tucker. SECOND ROW: P. Siegal, D. Ganeles, L. Sherman,
S. Wozniak, D. Yarbrough, S. Iselin, J. Gustafson, I. ltzkow, L. Mellen, N. Zuglin, H. Lavine, M. Goldfarb.
THIRD ROW: K. Reid, P. Auerbach, I. Levine, I. Roemer, C. Pohl, J. Paul, N. Trager, P. Feltman, P. Rao, D.
Morse, R. Dorkin. FOURTH ROW: I. Lind, K. Mason, M. Rubenstein, G. Mariasse, T. Hazapis, P. Donley, V.
Abrams, P. Brodie, M. Martratt, K. Soulis, M. Clifford, K. Peterson, J. Popolizio, M. Fluster, G. Altus, B.
Reilly, P. Contompasis. FIFTH ROW: G. Hatt, M. Caplan, K. Krichbaum, J. Hausler, M. Grant, L. Patent, R.
Schwartz, A. Van Cleve, R. Freedman, M. Brusilow, K. O'Neil, I. Wernar, R. Lipman, B. Anolik, R. Green, B.
Kahn, J. Kellert, E. Brewster, T. Pantazis .
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FRONT ROW: D. Evans, H. Sherer. SECOND ROW: L. Binder, P. Meyers, R. Walsh, A. Valenti, L. Miller, V. Smith.
THIRD ROW: D. Wallace, R. Donner, B. Abrookin, B. Wolz, L. Perkins, L. Rovelli, E. Joy. FOURTH ROW: P. Jacob
son, S. Ginsburg, D. Sherman, D. Lange, G. Schmidt S Johnston FIFTH ROW' E Dunn R Hohenstein P P
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1. Prrrrl, L. wrlrorr, B. Gallo, P. Brower, c. Milano, l. Balog. SIXTH ROW: K. Graham, ix, selberr, K. Brown, s '
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e ernian, . Jabboul. SEVENTH ROW. A. Kuperman, R. Schacter, D. DeRosa, K. Etkln, S. Weiss, B. Krlmsky,
Contompasis, A. Boomsliter, R. Retz, S. Weiczorek. EIGHTH ROW: R. Reynolds, D. Pohl P Hardmeyer T. Miller
S. Fuld, J. Green, W. Gavryk, W. Fox, R. Schubert, A. jupiter I Kaye A Prichard NF Idarner B Md Gabe B ,
Williamson, L. Alfred, B. Krryrrr, J. Hanley, B. Sachs, 1. Millei, 131. Kari, c. Lavrrre,'M.'call, L'. Oulette, J. 10526.
Sophomores are active in school affairs. The
junior Varsity basketball team, composed
mostly of tenth graders, was one of the best
ever. Tenth graders write for the newspaper,
go on ski trips and are members of Quinn
and Sigma. The sophomore class is preparing
for the future under the leadership of Richard
Otty, class president, Bill Khachadourian,
vice-presidentg Sue McDermott, secretary,
and Rick Nelson, treasurer.
FRONT ROW: C. Fila, J. Salomone, S. Schorr, S. Herkowitz, L. Neifeld, S. Donley, I. Schuster. SECOND ROW:
C. Warner, F. Abrams, V. Marmulstein, T. Orfitelli, C. Langer, P. Lennon, N. Sundin, R. Tompson. THIRD
ROW: A. Zalay, M. Hazapis, M. Barelski, K. Walsh, L. Wyatt, L. Lockwood. FOURTH ROW: I. Pitts, W. K.hacha-
dourian, I. Oser, H. Fluster, W. Morrison, R. Friedlandcr, J. Graham, R. Millard, D. Ettelson, G. Beaver, M.
Moore, V. Vice, L. Harris, P. Rosenkopf, M. Reiner. FIFTH ROW: R. Bedian, P. Frumkin, B. Richter, R. Platt,
D. Richmond, R. Otty, D. Feiner, K. Sanderson, R. Tompkins, C. Levitz, E. Manning. SIXTH ROW: K. Segel,
D. Quackenbush, R. Castellani, R. Golden, M. Bulger, S. McDermott, L. Tolar. SEVENTH ROW: A. Lerner, R.
Laraway, T. Bearup, J. Beecher, C. Roblin, R. Nelson, A. Frank, M. Braden. EIGHTH ROW: W. Lange, S. Gas-
orowski, W. Edwards, J. Goldfarb, D. VanCleve, T. Kraft. MISSING: D. Ball, E. Root, A. Vener.
junior year is for cultivating i
Our future memories in the making:
Planning and presenting an Alumni Ball,
And building a Buddha eight feet tall, .
A new exam called the PSAT,
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M . YDXX Q! - 3 ' of Q, A And our driving tests show we have far to go.
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FRONT ROW: M. Ribner, J. Devlin, C. Graham, P. Cali, B. Proctor, J. Lavine, D. Weinstock, D. Herkowits, G.
Pritchard, C. Curtis, G. Sanders. SECOND ROW: D. Brenner, M. Rosenstock, M. Reiz, N. Iocknowitz, C. Michael-
son, M. Abrams, S. Bloomfield, P. Cabel, S. Houk, A. Miller, N. Hyman, C. Dillon, D. jones, R. Olinsky, K.
Brooks, B. Press. THIRD ROW: M. Contompasis, P. Boomsliter, S. I-lohenstein, S. Button, B. Korotkin, B. Berne,
B. Dubb, S. Rider, L. Rovelli, J. Ford. FOURTH ROW: D. Herres, A. Cohen, M. Borlawsky, J. Margolis, R. Linn,
A. Holzinger, S. Patent, M. Brodie, R. Brand, A. Lasker. FIFTH ROW: D. Gellman, F. Martin, R. Meckler, A.
Anolik, E. Brummer, R. Johnston, S. Friedman, P. Buenau, I. Khachadourian, D. Elsworth, T. McNally, T. Wahl,
J. Mellen, S. Barr, R. Blanton, A. Linter. MISSING: N. Aronson, E. Bartlett, R. Oppe, C. Paul, P. Richman,
S. Simmons, W. Wachsman.
FRONT ROW: J. Feigenbaum, L. McCabe, N. Knox, S. Levitz, L. Scheer, A. Fisher, B. Allen, J. Stewart, L. Wil-
son, N. Dorseman, E. Sinclair, J. Susser, S. Polen, J. Dexter. SECOND ROW: B. Rowe, Mr. Bowler, T. Oliphant,
M.r. Delong, F. Ouellette, G. Bearup, S. Edwards, T. Hoffman, S. Krimsky, P. Levine, R. Bishof, S. Payeur, D.
Kirk. TI-HRD ROW: B. Berman, B. Wallace, S. Harrison, P. Stevens, L. Levine, L. Breuer, A. Harris. FOURTH
ROW: A. Roth, E. Leberman, A. McCullough, J. Graham, L. Paul, K. Toole. FIFTH ROW: M. Simon, B. Murphy,
V. Cheverette, G. Hutchings, T. Leue, B. Griese, B. Craine. SIXTH ROW: M. Dugan, S. Milstein, P. Schrodt, R.
Koven, K. Kermani. SEVENTH ROW: D. Martin, I. Certner, I. Carey, J. Gewirtzman, S. Mellen, T. Fischer, S.
Bond. EIGHTH ROW: R. Wieczorek, C. Hyde, B. lseman, R. Gould, H. Contompasis, G. Robinson, S. Melius, N.
Geleta, B. Langer, C. Johnson, D. Kullman, B. Blumberg, R. Johnston. MISSING: B. Hatt.
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Senior Student Council
This year, the Senior Student Council has
really outdone itself. Its plans, most of
which have already been put into effect, are
full of enthusiasm and show great ins ight
into some of Milne's problems. School
spirit has been given "a shot in the arm"
with the School Spirit Contest, a Senior
Council idea. To help support Milne's foster
child, Fabio, the Council established the
Poster Parent Committee, which now sells
hot dogs and tuna dogs at basketball games.
New this year, is the Hall of Fame for some
of the more outstanding students. The Coun-
cil has also planned a Central Hudson Valley
League inter-school conference, an attempt
to bring schools of our league into close co-
operation for the benefit of the student
bodies. Also planned are Student Days,
where seniors would take over classes for
President Bruce Blumberg
Vice-President Steve Harrison
Secretary Liz Scheer
Treasurer Selma Levitz
Advisor Mr. Daniel Ganeles
Senior Student Council: FRONT ROW -- Mr. Ganeles, S. Levitz, S. Harrison, B. Blumberg. SECOND
ROW -- I. Susser, I. Devlin, A. Linter, R. Friedlander, H. Fluster, S. Rider, G. Bearup, P. Schrodt
THIRD ROW -- B. Iseman, G. Robinson, D. Quackenbush, 1. Beecher, S. Patent, B. Richter, A.
junior Student Council: FRONT ROW -- L. Patent, L. Finklestein, M. Larner, M. Cali, P. Hard-
meyer. SECOND ROW -- C. Ettelson, M. Clifford, L. Binder, D. Wallace, K. Siebext, K. Brown.
THIRD ROW -- S. Dunn, R. Shore, P. Aurbach, E. Schmidt.
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We would like especially to thank one per-
son Without Whom We would have been
much more delinquent in meeting our dead-
line. He has an amazing ability to make
friends -- as many of the Milne students
have noticed. One point the staff has agreed
upon is that Joe Winchell is a great guy and
an artist in the field of photography.
FRONT ROW: I. Carey, B. Press, P. Levine, J. Susser, P. Schrodt. SECOND ROW: I. Certner
Teenagers for Political Education
Preamble: "We, the members of Teenagers for Po-
litical Education, have joined together to form an
organization for the political education of teenagers.
It is our desire to have high school students educated
politically in order that they may meet their political
responsibilities in an intelligent and knowledgeable
way. We feel that the teenager who knows the issues
and can deal with them intelligently is a definite as-
set to his city, state and country."
Chairman Paul Schrodt
Secretary Valerie Chevrette
Treasurer Gwen Pritchard
Program Chairmen Chip johnson
Advisor Mr. Daniel Ganeles
FRONT ROW: B. Dubb, M. Ribner, A. Anolik, B. Berne, F. Oullette, S. Burton, S. Bloomfield. SECOND
ROW: D. Weinstock, C. Curtis, C. Dillon, P. Schrodt, L. Harris, M. Nioore, G. Pritchard. Advisor, Mr.
FRONT ROW: B. Blumberg, A. Linter, S. Levitz, S. Harrison, B. Langer, T. Oliphant, A. Harris. SECOND
ROW: M. Brodie, P. Schrodt, S. Hutchings. THIRD ROW: C. Graham, S. Hohenstein, Mr. G., I. Gewirtzman
has certain responsibilities.
National Honor Society
The Milne Chapter of the National Honor Society is
composed of those members of the junior and Senior
classes who have demonstrated a high level of schol-
arship, leadership, citizenship, and service. Al-
though memhership serves to honor superior students,
it also requires that they Work to promote these
ideals in both school and private life. Milne's N.H .S.
chapter has initiated several fund raising activities,
highlighted by their late fall square dance.
President Paul Schrodt
Vice-President jim Gewirtzman
Secretary Anita Harris
Treasurer Gary Hutchings
Supervisor Mr. Daniel Ganeles
Zeta Sigma Literary Society
The induction of new members, complete with
candle lighting ceremony and numerous guest
speakers, started the year off for Sigma. This
year, Sigma's main event was a trip to New
York City to see the Broadway play, HALF A
SIXPENCE . While there, the group went shop-
ping, visited points of interest and ate dinner
at Patricia Murphy's. To help pay for this trip
and other activities, many bake sales were
held at lunch time during the year.
President Phyllis Levine
Vice-President Liz Breuer
Secretary Debby Weinstock
Treasurer Barbara Berne
Mistress of Bookworms Sue Polen
Supervisor Mrs. Gina Moore
FRONT ROW L Breuer P Levine, B. Berne, C. Michelson, D. Ball. SECOND ROW: G. Sanders
S Herkowitz S Levitz C Paul, I. Susser, L. Lockwood, S. Donley, T. Orfitelli, P. Lennon
THIRD ROW N Sundin, P Rosenkopf, S. Krimsky, L. Scheer, M. Abrams, D. Herkowits, R
Blschof S Bloomfield M I-Iazapis, P. Rickman, M. Barelski, S. Schoor.
This year, the major interest of the Quintillian
Literary Society has been the drama. At their
rush, Quin featured a production of "The Great
Fire" at a "theater party" at the "Quintillian
Theater", and the annual Induction Banquet was
the occasion for the skit "Parent's Night" . At
its meetings, Quin has had several plays read,
and a theater party was sponsored. Quin mem-
bers have also heard several travel lectures,
and have co-sponsored a dance and a picnic with
President Anita Harris
Vice-President Gwen Prtichard
Secretary Liz Bartlett
Treasurer Karyl Kermani
Mistress of Ceremonies Carol Dillon
FRONT ROW: L. Harris, S. Payeur, B. Griese, J. Graham, N. Knox, N. Dorsman, L McCabe S Hohenstein
C. Fila. SECOND ROW: M. Moore, A. Zalay, N. Hy-man, S. Barr, I. Mellen, B. Craine M Braden I
Salomone, K. Langer. THIRD ROW: C. Dillon, K. Kermani, A. Harris, G. Pritchard K Walsh B Allen I
A. Anolik, S. Melius, G. Hutchings, B. Linn, I. Ford, B. lseman, T. Leue, D. Elsworth, K. Brooks, H. Contornpasis, B
Milnettes and Milnemen
Every Monday and Wednesday during homeroom Milnettes and Milnemen meet together for re-
hearsal under the direction of Dr. and Mrs. Roy York. Milnettes is a small singing group open
to girls in grades ten through twelve, and if a girl has been a member of Milnettes for three
consecutive years, she receives a diamond chip bracelet. Composed of fifteen boys, Milnemen
is Milne's male vocal group. There are three performances given by these groups together, at
the Christmas Assembly, Honors Assembly and Commencement.
FRONT ROW: L. McCabe, S. Bloomfield, L. Scheer, N. Knox, P. Bulger, N. Sundin, D. Kirk. SECOND ROW: V. Bearup
I. Susser, A. Zalay, M. Moore, L. Harris, L. Wyatt. ,
and the other arts
Crimson gl White
lVlilne's normal outlet for creative expression, editorial comment
and news presentation is the CRIMSON 81 WHITE . Journalism's
advantage of having more deadlines to miss Was Well used in a
normal year plagued by photography problems. Between times,
reporters attempted to beard various lions in their dens, and
proofreaders could normally be seen hanging by their heels after
an issue was printed. The printer, the johnson Press, put in
another year first turning the air blue with their opinions of
amateur journalists and then doing impossible tasks to save said
Editor-in-Chief Tom Oliphant Feature Editor Sue Hohenstein
Associate Editor Laurie Lavine Treasurer Sally Button
Editorial Editor Anita Harris Exchange Editor Paula Boomsliter
Sports Editor Steve Milstein Advisor Mr. Theodore Andrews
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FRONT ROW: A. Kuperman, K. Langer, R. Hohenstein, E. Dunn, C. Fila, M. Ribner, B. Dubb, B. Press. SEC-
OND ROW: L. Harris, M. Moore, L. Wyatt, A. Zalay, P. Levine, P. Schrodt, D. Herres, S. Melius. THIRD ROW
T. Oliphant, S. Milstein, S. Hohenstein, S. Button, A. Harris.
FRONT ROW: T. Oliphant, R. Linn, R. Langer, T. Hoffman, S. Rider, A. Vener. SECOND ROW: B. Blum-
berg, H. Fluster, D. Richman, A. Frank, B. Dubb, L. Patent, D. Patelos. THIRD ROW:W. Kahn, R. Koven
T. McNally, A. Anolik.
help him meet the challenges
Open to boys and girls in all grades, the Chess
Club's aim is to improve the players' ability through
instruction in basic strategy and friendly intramural
competition, While preparing a team to represent
Milne in interscholastic matches.
President Tom Oliphant
Vice-President Steve Patent
Treasurer Bob Langer
Stamp and Coin Club
The purpose of the Stamp and Coin Club is to make
its members aware of the happenings in the Worlds
of stamps and coins and to promote these hobbies
among the "outsiders".
President Alan Lasker
Secretary-Treasurer Alan Roth
Supervisor Mr. Glenn DeLong
FRONT ROW: R. Johnston, A. Lasker, A.
Mr. Delong, A. Vener, I. Lind.
Roth, S. Harrison
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Aside from futile attempts to "stamp out I
summer", the Milne Ski Club sponsored
numerous ski trips throughout the Winter, ' ,
and proved that getting there is half the
fun. To supplement these trips, Ski Club
members and others interested have been
made aware of the proper techniques and
equipment involved in the sport.
President Manfred Simon l
Vice-President Rosalie Bischof
Secretary jill Susser
Treasurer Barry Press
Supervisor Mr. Thomas Atkinson
FRONT ROW: K. Kermani, S. Button, A. Linter, S. Barr, D. Herkowits, J. Susser, A. Harris, R. Bischof, I. Feigenbaurn
P. Boomsliter, K. Levitz, L. Wyatt. SECOND ROW: T. Oliphant, A. Anolik, F. Ouellette, J. Beecher, D. Elsworth, B.
Linn, D. Richman, B. Brand, B. Press, B. Richter, M. Simon.
The Riding Club
Every spring and fall Friday afternoon, weather
permitting, members of the Riding Club may be
found galloping through "Rolling Meadows." Every
year elections of the next year's officers are held at
the annual picnic. The Riding Club has brightened
up the first floor hall with its colorful horse pictures
Co-Presidents Rosalie Bischof
Secretary Terry Hoffman
Treasurer Anita Harris
Supervisor Mrs. Cecelia McGinnis
FRONT ROW: S. Button, N. Sudin, S. Donley, R. Bischof, P. Boomsliter, I. Susser, M. Contompasis. SECOND ROW
Hoffman, B. Griese, P. Rosenkopf, M. Barelski, S. Hohenstein, A. Harris, D. Herkowits.
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L. Lockwood, G. Bearup, A. Linter, K. Kermani. STANDING: P. Auerbach, I.
Devlin, B. Graham.
Milne Girls' Athletic Association
Every Monday afternoon, the future of the Milne Girls' Associa-
tion is sustained on chocolate chip cookies. There are many
things to be decided at these meetings, for aside from sponsoring
varsity field hockey and undefeated volleyball teams, and intra-
mural activities of trampoline, tennis, softball, and bowling.
G.A.A. plans play days and has sent the cheerleading squads to
a cheerleading clinic. This year, G.A.A. started a Leaders
Corps, Whose members, distinguished by blue and White plaid
sashes on their gym suits, must have an "A" average in gym with
a "B" overall average and must be active in all school activities.
G.A.A. also found time to co-sponsor and administrate the
School Spirit Contest and to conduct their final magazine sale
President Ginny Bearup
Vice-President Amy Linter
Secretary Linda Lockwood
Treasurer Carol Graham
Milne Boys' Athletic Association
Composed of elected representatives and students 0 demonstrated athletic abil-
ity, the Milne Boys'Athletic Association serves to co -ordinate intramural
sports and social activities. Constantly investigating enjoyable and profitable
activities, M.B.A.A. sponsors movies, heads the annual second-hand book
sale and promotes general school spirit.
President Paul Schrodt
Vice-President jim Gewirtzman
Secretary Steve Milstein
Treasurer Bob Langer
FRONT ROW: P. Schrodt, R. Langer, J. Gewirtzman, S. Milstein. SECOND ROW: S. Welch, D. Stevens, B. Hatt, I. Cert-
ner, R. Gould, E. Brewster, T. Oliphant. THIRD ROW: L. Rovelli, I. Margolis, H. Contompasis, R. Golden. FOURTH
ROW: T., McNally, W. Khachadourian, M. Brodie, I. Pitts, R. Nelson, B. Dubb, R. Koven.
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ROW: S. Iabbour, M. Retz, I. Stewart, T. Orfitelli, M. Contompasis, A. Boomsliter, E. Bartlett, S Johnston, S Payeur
S. Wieczorek. THIRD ROW: F. Abrams, M. Moore, P. Boomsliter, S. Bond, S. Hohenstein, S Polen B Griese, B
Craine, B. Gallo, B. Allen.
Most outstanding of the activities of the Future
Homemakers of America this year was the Inter-
national Dinner for the foreign students from the
state university. At this event, held February 25,
the students spoke of their native lands and illus-
trated their comments with slides and native cos-
tumes. Other F.H.A. activities included bake sales
during lunch hour, the Father -Daughter Banquet
and F.H.A. Week.
President Shelly Bond
Vice-President Qlstj Sue Polen
Vice-President Cflndj Sue Hohenstein
Secretary Liz Bartlett
Treasurer Anne Miller
Historian Carol Fila
Song Leader Meri Rosenstock
prepares individuals or
The Ambassadors is a revision of
Tri-Hi-Y, Whose basic ideas of per-
forming services to the community
and aiding the Milne School have been
retained. This year, the Ambassadors
served as hostesses for Parents' Night,
and they have planned volunteer Work
with the children at the Clinton Square
Neighborhood House. With the aid of
the Milne students, the Ambassadors
sponsored the Christmas Food and
Clothing Drive, Where evicted families
received the food and clothing that was
President Kathy Toole
Vice-President Shelly Bond
Secretary Liz Breuer
Treasurer Valerie Chevrette
Advisor Mrs. Cecelia McGinnis
FRONT ROW L Neifeld N Sundin, P. Rosenkopf, B. Griese, S. Schorr. SECOND ROW L Breuer K Toole F
Abrams I Stewart S Bond C. Warner.
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Varsity Bowling Team
Under the direction of Mr. Daniel Ganeles the Milne Bowling Team placed
fourth in a five team league. Being a young team, all members Will be back
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FRONT ROW: R. Friedlander, S. Patent, S. Holzinger, S. Rider. SECOND ROW: B. Korotkin, b 77,4
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For Milne's Varsity Basketball team this has been a
year for . . . pre-season conditioning . . . a fifth of
six opening game victories . . . a late Sunday evening
practice . . . a "box and none" defense . . . thirty-
plus games from Bob Blanton C385 and Bill Murphy
C335 . . . jim Gewirtzman's "goalie" mask . . . con-
secutive games of 82 points where we still lost both
. . . john Margolis' ill-fated bus ride to Cambrige
. . . bus rides to games without cheerleaders . . . a
blacked out practice at Menands . . . getting beat on
a thirty foot jump shot at the buzzer . . . senior
CSteve Milsteinj and junior Uohn Margolisj co-captains
. . . a new league to play in, the Central Hudson Val-
ley League . . . Ron "Bougea" Koven's injuries . . .
Bob Blanton to lead the area with high average . . .
our Coach to write poetry . . . Ken Brooks to step
in bounds before passing the ball . . . getting kicked
out of Page Gym many times . . . black sneakers
. . . Barry Hatt being called "Bob Margolis" . . .
Mike Brodie's long hair . . . getting good coverage
in area newspapers . . . losing by two after trailing
by 25 . . . the floater, rotation and the shuffle . . .
sickness . . . and "that's basically it!"
l965 -l966 Schedule
Maple Hill 47
Coxsackie -Athens 47
Albany Academy 46
St. joseph's 86
Raven-Coeymans -Selkirk 44
Maple Hill 5 l
Coxsackie -Athens 48
St . joseph's 81
Ravena-Coeymans -Selkirk 46
Albany Academy 54
Barry Hatt, jim Gewirtzman, John Margolis, Coach Lewis, Ron Koven, Bob Blanton, Steve Milstein, Bill Murphy, Ken
Brooks , Mike Brodt.
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This year's junior Varsity basketball team,
coached by Albany Law School Student Fred
Ackerman, became the first basketball
team in the school's history to Win a league
championship. Speed, shooting, and a VJ,
tenacious defense helped the jayvees Win U94 '
17 of their 18 games, losing only to
Catskill's j'.V. squad early in the season.
Gutstanding individual performances by -41
Ron Laraway, jim and Bill Khachadourian, WJ YI Wh!
Tom Bearup, and Rich Nelson gave promise
of a bright future for Milne's varsity bas- Qui W '
Red Raiders capture
4th Sectional Title
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Ist Place Colableskill Invitational
Dave Richman, Bill Wallace, Tom Oliphant, Glenn Beaver, Reid Golden, Bill Wachsman, judge T. Paul Kane, Mr. Ahr,
Nick Geleta, Tim McNally, Dean Elsworth, Ron Koven, Tom Wahl, Bill Morrison.
1965 Record VARSITY
Bethlehem -- 18
Milne -- 38
C.B.A. -- 28
Milne -- 27
Geleta, Wachsman, Elsworth, Golden, McNally.
14th Proctor Geleta, Elsworth, Wachsman, Golden, McNally.
l3th Grout Geleta, Wachsman, Elsworth, McNally, Golden.
lst fCobleskill Invitational McNally, Geleta, Wachsman, Golden, Elsworth.
2nd fMiIne Invitational Geleta, McNally, Elsworth, Wachsman, Golden.
2nd Central Hudson
Valley League McNally, Geleta, Elsworth, Beaver, Golden.
2nd 'iBuffalo Invitational Geleta, McNally, Golden, Koven, Elsworth.
lst iiSectionals McNally, Geleta, Elsworth, Wachsman, Golden.
lst Milne Invitational
lst Central Hudson Valley League
lst Class C-D-E Sectionals
l. Nick Geleta-Senior-Captain
2. Tim McNally-junior-Captain
3. Dean Elsworth -junior
4. Bill Wachsman-junior
5 . Reid Golden-Sophomore
6. Tom Oliphant-Senior
7. Ron Koven-Senior
8. Glenn Beaver-Sophomore -Transferee
-- His best year. -- First 6 times, Second 3 times,
Best race at Buffalo-seventh in class. Works
hard. Good competitor. Next year running for
the Orange and Black of Buffalo.
Injured most of season. Never achieved best
form. Best race league meet -- second by one
Strong runner. Yet to show full potential. Ran
third seven times. Best race -- Sectionals --
thirteenth. 880 Champion. Good team runner.
Best overall improvement. Cut 50 seconds off
times. Best race -- Cobleskill -- 9th overall.
Surprise package of year. Fourth 4 times, Fifth
5 times. Ran lO mile road race during summer.
Best race -- "Turkeytrot" at Troy.
Fourth year. Number l backup man. Good
Fourth year. Best race -- Buffalo -- fourth for
-- First at Milne Invitational LV., Fourth at
Central Hudson Valley League. Steady improve-
Girls Varsity Field Hockey Team
J. Devlin, S. Levitz, P. Cali, I. Graham, D. I-Ierkowits, S. Houck, R. Bischof, I. Feigenbaum,
C. Graham, S. Button, M. Moore, M. Braden, L. Harris, I. Susser, S. Edwards, V. Bearup, I.
Girls Varsity Basketball Team
FRONT ROW: I. Mellen, B. Proctor, C. Levitz, A. Linter. SECOND ROW: R. Bischof, M. Braden
N. Hyman, D. jones, J. Carey.
FRONT ROW, songleaders: Pat
Cali, Judy Graham, Diane Jones.
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ROW, cheerleaders: Amy Linter,
Carol Graham, Nancy Hyman,
Sue Edwards, Sue Barr. missing:
Ginny Bearup, Vicki Vice,
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Virginia Bearup 27 Kakely Street, Albany, New York
Barry George Berman 6 Venenzio Avenue, Albany, New
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Rosalie Bischof 50 Parkwood Street, Albany, New York
Bruce David Bltunberg 245 Davis Avenue, Albany, New
York page 76
Shelley Bond 50 Cardinal Avenue, Albany, New York
Elizabeth Esta Breuer 143 Melrose Avenue, Albany, New
York page 61
Joyce Ann Carey 12 Providence Place, Albany, New
York page 71
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Valerie Anne Chevrette 28 Oxford Road, Albany, New
York page 60
Harry Peter Contompasis 5 Sunset Avenue, Albany, New
York page 67
Barbara Craine 29 Fountain Avenue, Albany, New York
Judith Harral Dexter 72 Manning Boulevard, Albany, New
York page 62
Nancy Jean Dorsman 51 Winthrop Avenue, Albany, New
York page 75
Michael Dugan 20 South Manning Boulevard, Albany,
New York page 67
Susan Frances Edwards 32 Highlands Drive, Albany, New
York page 70
Jean Addison Feigenbatun 804 Cortland Street, Albany,
New York page 63
Anthony Rosenstock Fischer 6 Peyster Street, Albany,
New York page 69
Alice Helene Fisher 41 Milner Avenue, Albany, New
York page 71
Nicholas Geleta 76 Wateruliet Street, Cohoes, New York
James David Gewirtzrnan 88 South Pine Avenue, Albany,
New York page 68
Richard Evan Gould 34 Parkwood Street, Albany, New
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Judith Graham 71 Manning Boulevard, Albany, New
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Barbara Griese 60 Lockrow Avenue, Albany, New York
Barent Staats Hatt 577 Providence Street, Albany, New
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Anita Marie Harris 196 Shaker Road, Albany, New York
Stephen Jay Harrison 35 Westford Street, Albany, New
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Theresa Jane Hoffman South Road, Feura Bush, New
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Gary Stephen Hutchings 673 Washington Avenue,
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Charles Hyde 141 Aiken Avenue, Rennssekeer, New
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Robert lseman 2 Hopi Street, Albany 3, New York
Rodger William Johnston 86 Hawthorne Avenue, Albany
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Leslie Keene Johnson 15 Manning Square, Albany, New
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Karyl Susan Kermani 1 Cambridge Road, Albany, New
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