Moorestown Senior High School - Nutshell Yearbook (Moorestown, NJ)

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VHli (i.2j-'5oI there is more than enough to remembertoo many pressures too many decisions to make i6sometimes i wish i could leave but i won’t run away1011 |«g |but)-:uLC»w15. . are you ready?”. . .a million and one american heritage reports. . . “i lift weights”. . .“professionallyspeaking,students” . . . comes from the great metropolis of delanco. . .“wildbill”. . .the great chalk-smoker. . . freddy mundrotz . . .essaytests 16the 1972 nutshell is dedicated to william rizos, whose principle of life is that all people are human beings and deserve equal respect. not just a good instructor, but a great teacher. . . not only for his jokes, his lectures, his personality . . . but for his ability to stimulate, excite, and challenge eager-and uneager-minds. from the class of 72. . . thank you.facultyadministration raymond clapperton, assistant to the superintendent louise bechtel, assistant superintendent arthur martin, superintendent 20 william klansek, vice principalwilliam kievit, director of curriculum and instruction margaret binker, vice principal donald koehler, principal 21 marion leconey, secretary to the board school board left to right: s. fry, e. arm-stead, g. nicholson, a. hod-gen, w. alien, president, a. corderman, r. corson, vice-president, r. stewart. absent: a. bell marie halier aides n lydia stiles joan christyhealth department joyce david katherine jefferson jane pope 2324 helen vollbrechtfrancesca femia english department 5 itfh . michael maddock barbara fine vickie goldstein 25marie beucler jerry sprague judith sliver barbara miller alice schellhase, reading 26 margaret jackson, department chairman english department margie harris marion benner thomas goldschmidt 27 robert barrall georgc ferris social studies department aV III william kingston barbara hoernerwilliam rizos esther jerald richard loring irene wright, department chairmanbusiness department shirley ruttenberg mildred stohner, department chairman marion disbrowmaureen dcvermathematics department frank adams, department chairman ronald taylor florence kerr Stephen smith 32 deborah brownroberta herrman frank pocius dorolhy hedger 33william thomas maryann asson albert cechvala mark setzer, department chairman 34george boehmler (r science department Charles barnosky doris jacksonalgirdas valius dorothy schneidcr foreign language department sylvia weiss 36 edmond klingerbarbara marksphysical education department Charles armstrong joy heritage 38 phyllis lehman39 barbara esbjornsonr t marion shannon i patricia purdum art department Valerias) ? ey b« rf ) music department jane stetler i jcanette jones 41home economics department dorothy davis, francos beyer, blanche coffee industrial arts department richard patton 42industrial arts department gilormo digiovanne vernon hallowed lawrence diehlguidance department veronica jones kenneth merrill Charles macdonald, department chairman kathleen magee milton goldsteincafeteria staff: row I; a. Iloyd, e. haw-kins, j. tumminnia, manager, m. brooks, l. boyle. row 2; e. pryor, n. steinmeyer, m. mann, c. gang-loff, m. vitt, a. o'donnell, m. we-ber, e. lynch. special services custodial staff: w. conover, w. keys, head custodian bus drivers: row I; j. huber, w. jackson, b. insinger, a. ward, row 2; f. cryer, d. williams, h. haines, j. licberum, s. slimm, j. kramer, h. ward, I. gweninger. missing: h. ro-binson, c. zoerner, k. ken-ney, j. graham, r. grunsby, transportation manager, r. louellcn, j. woodward, p. blithe, j. drum, m. crling, j. wenginger, j. fcdon. 45kathryn anderson phyllis mitman elaine kiffin loretta sommers 47 gloria wrightfreshman class of 1975 freshmen class advisors: vv. kingston. absent: v. smith, freshman class officers (left): k. madden, secretary; p. perla, vice-president; p. oddence, president; I. sattel, treasurer. homeroom b-7 row I: b. borton, k. blass, j. baker, t. barlow, f. ashlon, c. battler, b. berardy. row 2: I. ahrens, d. bar-na, s. armstrong, s. armstead, j. adezio, m. bell, s. nettleton, I. bornholdt. row 3: I. angus, b. bohnct, s. armstrong, j. adams, k. bishop, j. bancroft. absent: j. adams, m. anderson, s. armstrong, m. ashcroft, p. baker, m. bitting, k. bo-dine. 50homeroom b-9 row I: j. brunson, b. buckner, j. brown, r. causey, j. cohen. row 2: m. burke, j. Campbell, c. carson, I. canton, d. boustead. row 3: b. cerutti, i. cody, c. breese, a. Caulfield, m. coffee, v. car-son, m. bidding, m. brooks, absent: I. bronner, e. burgess, d. burns, k. carbone, m. catanzaro, r. catts, f. chandler, j. cohan. homeroom b-1 l row I: j. demoske, s. corderman, h. costello, j. davenport, m. deshan, b. danks. row 2: m. delissio, g. decou, d. dipiet-roandonio, p. Cunningham, s. cohen, g. dodelin, m. darrell. row 3: m. culligan, j. davis, j. cunningham, j. dever, k. coppola, g. cole, n. dib-lasio, j. devlin. absent: c. coneby, j. cook, a. cozens, c. cozens, j. cros-sen, a. ditullio. homeroom b-13 row I: b. ellis, c. fernandez, j. fur-hman, s. flinker, j. edgar, a. flanders. row 2: s. engle-hard, s. druckenmiller, b. foell, e. english, j. frisa, j. dodelin, j. engert, b. fox. row 3: d. evans, m. flowers, w. estel, s. emerson, e. fort, d. dunn. absent: s. dosher, a. duffy, e. fedon, a. flacco, p. frazier. 51homeroom b-i7 row I: d. harris, j. han-non, c. graves, p. hodgen, b. glover, row 2: j. hartman, d. glass, I. fullmcr, m. harrington, k. golden, j. hartman, d. harl. row 3: p. graham, k. gibson, d. gaunt, j. harding, i. haines, d. hadden, k. blass, k. horman, d. haupt, I. gardner, p. grygon. absent: d. gavntt, d. gee, r. gibbs, r. goff, k. golden, c. goldy, j. goIdy, p. greenwood, e. hansell. homeroom b-2l row I: m. Hutchins, a. jackson, c. jensen, v. johnson, k. herlich, d. hughes, c. hughes, c. holz. row 2: r. johnson, a. inglis, f. borton, r. hulme, r. holmes, c. henry, b. herrman, j. hcfler, m. hopkins, g. humfer, k. her shock, p. hodgen. b. holmes, b. jones. absent: r. Hemphill, r. heydorn, b. Homan, a. hultzman, s. Humphreys, j. johnson, t. johnson, g. kennedy. homeroom b-22 row I: e. mac-gugan, s. kolovvski, j. lavvrence, n. klumpp. row 2: I. kuhlwind, I. korzniak, j. lord, c. loring, k. kirn-skey, j. leonard, m. lyons. row 3: p. krainik, m. mccoy, d. king, j. keyser, r. mccoHum. row 4: s. Ic-coney, b. tally, k. lewis, j. kenuk, . b. kilroy, d. kerekes, m. kirchner, k. long, I. lieber, c. kraft, absent: c. keyser, m. knight, c. koff. 52homeroom b-25 row I: s mayers, a. mckeon, m. mo naco, g. meehan, d. mur nane, t. musselman, munson, r. mulligan, d mcgugan. row 2: b. moore b. mercer, b. mcglaughlin, j miller, r. moberg. row 3: m molz, r. miller, I. miraldi, d murphy, h. nelson, I. mil chell, a. miller, j. mutch, p moore, j. milheim, m mcglaughlin, d. messick, j minnich. absent: e. nelson h. nelson. homeroom b-23 row I: m. mcbain, d. mccrab, d. marquez, d. maerz, p. mcadon, k. mccarthy, m. monaco. row 2: b. matz, j. mcglaughlin, I. marks, m. mcellwec, m. marshall, c. maloney, m. mclord. row 3: p. mac-donald, k. macdougall, d. makel, k. mathis, k. macdougall, j. mcculley, c. mayer. absent: a. mcgugan, g. macfarlane, c. manuel, m. marimi, m. marshall, d. mcchesney, g. mccoy. homeroom b-26 rovv I: c. donohue, k. page, p. perla, m. picked, f. nor-cross, p. perkins. row 2: d. norman, s. nettleton, p. oddence, c. pctido, d. nutter, t. old wood, row 3: w. par-ker, p. perry, n. palmer, j. parkhurst, l. phillips, p. pearl, r. palmer, absent: v. niedermann, m. o'connor, t. oldroyd, p. olivarez, j. ollivier, d. or-geron, p. parsons, I. pennisi, j. per-rin, c. peterson, e. peterson, r. pi-leggi, m. piro. 53homeroom e-28 row I: s. reboul, r. pri-bell, c. robinson, v. pyotl, p. rost. row 2: d. pron, g. prouse, j. ronca, b. porter, t. ridgeway. row 3: c. rauffenbart, t. risley, h. robinson, m. rizos, s. powers, j. reisman, m. sack, absent: e. pitman, p. quigley, r. rockhill, t. rogers, d. sady. homeroom h-1 row I: r. slook, t. swain, c. shuman, a. smith, m. stevens, I. seely, b. sutton. row 2: j. stone, m. scheying, d. Schwab, k. segal, I. sattel, m. sanyour, b. savage, r. sikora, s. visco. row 3: s. Silverman, b. vanfossen, m. schwanda, m. smith, d. smith, d. young, d. sharp, row 4: j. soloman, d. walton, j. shonks, c. shuster, h. smith, absent: m. schipper, w. shoal, s. sharpe, r. sherman. 54 homerooms h-2 and h-3: d. weikel, j. strainic, n. weinstock, b. Wiltshire, b. ward, d. stein, t. willhouse, n. wigmore, p. tysenn, k. wilson. row 2: j. wilson, r. thiebald, d. smith, k. hobbs, h. smith, I. tierney, s. wurster, b. umberger, c. wilmot, I. uzzell, I. zaslavny, s. zazzarino, I. sattel, I. zazzarino, r. woodland, row 3: d. webster, j. wujick, a. willis, m. stevens, j. sears, d. wolfarth, b. fricke, m. willis, p. weatherly, r. sherman, j. walton, b. welch, absent: d. weikal, e. wick, t. williams, s. woffard, d. young, n. speight, j. stone, w. steussey, b. sutphen, I. tanner, m. thoroughgood, h. tomlinson, k. toub, I. tremper, e. turner, d. wald.sophomore class of 1974 sophomore class advisors: b. esbjornson, d. rhodv. sophomore class officers: d. o'donnell, vice-president; s. smith, president, m. white, treasurer; a. Christy, secretary. homeroom b-205 row I: aiello, n. black burn, c. ba rone, I. bclknap, a. bell, adams. row 1: j. battler, bamber, v. berardy, I. both en, I. beard, row 3: j. bitzer w. barton, m. arnold, r. ber ry, d. bobbe, j. boileau. ab sent: t. alexander, p. alien p. alien, h. anderson, j. ar twell, a. barbour, h. basile r. blakely, d. blass, c. blithe. 55homeroom b-207 row I: b. brown, a. caruso, k. caruthers, j. bove, k. call, d. calls, d. Christmas, c. Caulfield, row 2: a. dark, p. car-dwell, a. christy, I. Campbell, m. burke, c. carey, c. cipolla, d. dark, a. ciapperton, m. brooks, absent: g. bottomley, m. bradley, c. brenner, a. brown, k. burgess, I. bye, j. call. Jr y homeroom b-209 rovv I: h. coffey, k. denyse, n. derlin, r. dapper, row 2: r. daniels, I. dark, b. darrell. row 3: b. crisp, c. colyer, a. coleman, t. collins, I. deakins, a. debellis, n. corson. absent: c. cole, h. colen, s. conrad, j. cook, s. corley, e. cosden, b. criss, w. crozier, I. currell, b. davenport, t. deren, n. derlin. homeroom b-2 I l row I: j. furhman, d. gehret, m. dimartino, h. endres, b. friedman. row 2: k. dreyer, r. forchion, t. geijer, b. falone, g. friedel, b. dobbs. row 3: d. gerhardt, d. gehweiler, j. flatley. absent: b. dillon, b. edwards, s. dudley, I. evans, h. farlow, r. fenimore, j. fray, a. garrett. c x 561 homeroom b-218 row I: b. hansell, m; 8reV' r- giberson, d. hamilton, c. griffith, s. gilfillan, a. grover, m. har-tman, k. hall, row 2: p. hankey, d. hambleton, b. hancox, f. gosnell, r. hardwick, j. haupt, m. hendricks, b. hartman, j. higgins. absent: g. gough, I. grace, j. greene, d. greenwood, m. grefe, j. grubbs, j. ha-vard, w. hedges, I. heffron, d. heller, t. higman. homeroom b-22l row I: g. lord, b. long, j. macdougall. row 2: s. lybr-and, t. looney, row 3: d. king, b. kraft, e. ladof. row 4: b. koons, d. lynch, s. klumpp. row 5: p. mac-ghee, c. leonberg, j. kuder. absent: r. king, r. knuth, g. kotsay, j. laessle, n. latch, h. leclair, b. leto, m. loch, d. long, t. lutz, r. macrae, n. macr-orie, d. manuel, p. marris. homeroom b-220 row 1: j. hiznay, r. kalus-tyan, m. howes, r. hikida. row 2: b. holmes, j. immler, c. jackson, I. jackson, c. kilcher. row 3: r. kichline, g. king, e. hoggard, b. emler, b. jones, c. keith, d. hynes, b. iep-son, I. kay, p. jones, m. jackson. absent: b. himmelman, m. hodgon, r. howard, d. hynes, j. ireland, s. jaggard, p. jefferson, e. johnston, i. johnston, p. kachur, a. kessler, c. king. 57 '■Sujririfj. homeroom b-224 row I: b. mcbride, b. mason, t. mayer, I. metz, p. merry, m. michelet, j. maurer, a. meisler, s. mcglashon. row 2: m. mende, w. brooks, d. martin, b. mcguire, m. miller, p. massmiano, p. mcmullen. row 3: j. meyer, b. mellett, b. murphy, d. mcpherson, w. mccall. absent: w. mazza, j. mcchesney, r. meehan, j. meltsner. homeroom b-225 row I: I. orth, b. page, b. mills, row 2: m. moore, s. pierce, a. moss, s. oldroyd, s. moorehouse, c. nelson, c. mills, s. pearson, I. minnick. row 3: s. patton, p. ollivier, s. o'donohughe, p. mulvee, I. payne. row 4: a. meyers, m. pensiero, b. o'connor, I. mosley, j. moll, d. manuel, w. nickeson, k. murnane, p. nicholson. absent: b. milligan, g. missel, m. myers, w. nickeson, r. nociti, d. o'donnell, p. olivarez, r. page.homeroom b-226 row I: d wolfarth, n. porter, a. rosen feld. row 2: r. phelan, k. po lanski, f. marshall, d. nelson j. richards. row 3: d. ranken d. sarli, c. pratt, c. petridge row 4: n. rubino, j. pope, d razey, d. rich, s. raymer. ab sent: p. phillips, f. powell b. price, m. prizer, r. pryor a. pulley, d. rexon, m. rie del, f. robertson, c. sandin. fUc’vcx fcrop-t bioioojt Or rc C. Icac-Ic fu-H).rc V«JC d homeroom d-5 row I: b. sheppard, c. shingleton, n. rubino, a. sattel, s. smith, c. shields, s. schoal, d. seidle. row 2: d. depietro, e. scheurmann, j. scott, p. simpson, s. schackel, j. schwab, a. rosenfelt, I. sheak, c. schneider, i. schulman, d. sears, d. smith, b. schach, f. robertson. absent: p. savastinuk, p. schipper, j. schlimmeyer, n. schmalbach, m. silverstein, w. slade, w. slimm, f. smith. 59 ooA aw ya Xon" W A- Con o efo- W, Oo. v X rnore cj oors v IrteO) ba o Ujaona Vxxye?' tyzxHtdoQC ‘ X Can do oil! VvvACjb WoiK W 0 ci V uM C|M Vr«na nOn homeroom d-7 ro v I: i. uschman, I. steams, s. smith, I. sprinkle, b. sundeen, a. stickney. row 2: j. tysen, m. tambussi, j. torpey, m. stelter, m. talamini, j. stork, f. toub. absent: b. solomon, g. stepnowsky, a. stern, m. still, j. tanner. homeroom b-213 row I: m. weisberg, s. weiford, n. porter, d. wolfarth, k. zerbock, w. Zimmerman, d. zimmerman. row 2: v. west, m. zehler, m. white, k. wetherill, c. wearshing, m. wright, k. zalovvy, s. ward, row 3: d. wilbur, k. carbone, p. mcmullen, n. wallender, s. wein-berg, h. wood, h. vonderleith, b. zeng, c. ware, s. waldner. absent: b. verdcrame, k. waiters, d. welsh, r. whittendale, r. wilder, s. willis. 60a 5 wO o v-£ r j»j ftV. Cv oJv,'') l' C - - O J a_ s_' - 9 G g«xi. -SUiCSfc-y -C iOo J s X., C-oov j junior class officers: kneeling: I. lott, president; standing: I. perla, vice-president, s. seligman, secretary, d. breese, treasurer. junior class advisors: I. diehl, absent: b. herrmanhomeroom b-210 row 1: a. barr, d. breese, j. ackerman, r. burke, row 2: binder, v. arms-tead, d. alien, d. bohnet, m. weatherly, p. speece, w. anderson. absent: d. ahrens, j. alden, p. alien, n. antonelli, a. balsama, j. bartello, m. bennett, a. bornholdt, k. borodaeff, m. boustead, t. bove, j. boyer, k. boyle, r. buckingham, r. burns, b. bush, r. butterworth, p. ca-han, e. callahan. 62 homeroom b-227 row 1: I. cox, c. currell, t. cipolla, a. clarke, m. carr, n. cooper, s. dark, row 2: k. Cunningham, r. crozier, I. Campbell, d. chaffin, b. cox, j. dark, t. coneby, d. collins, e. curran, r. cosden. absent: I. canton, w. carbone, j. carey, m. casperite, c. catanzaro, p. dark, c. cole, s. cole, m. cox.homeroom b-228 s. dickenson, j. dugan, d. dicioccio, j. feitler, m. dever, I. dunwoody, c. cutler. row 2: r. dempster, m. depetris, r. endres, r. feaster, j. eysmans, s. daubert, t. cusmina, b. disbrow, m. enger, m. eldridge, a. dillon. absent: d. darinett, p. davis, m. dean, j. demby, j. deroo, d. deshan, j. diblasio, c. elberson, I. eldridge, b. ellis, t. fassl. OS ' homeroom c-24 row I: m. hat-field, j. harris. row 2: k. hensley, j. humpher, j. hopkins, m. hefler, s. horn, row 3: c. haynes, b. kemler, g. hopper, c. hartman, b. hall, r. hamil-ton, r. hartle, p. hartman, s. henry, p. hodgen, j. hodgdon, b. howery, e. hubbard, b. hultzman, s. isen-berg. b. jackson. homeroom b-229 row 1: a. griffith, c. givens, b. goode, c. flanders. row 2: e. goulet, r. grossman, j. godfrey, m. fischer, g. fitzgerald, r. gilfillan, e. gitomer, g. gimbel, c. fix, m. greene. absent: s. fletcher, p. gardi-ner, a. garrison, j. gilmour, d. gough, j. graham, I. groh, j. grover. 63homeroom c-12 row I: j. lichtman, I. jensen, h. klatt, k. kennedy, s. jeager, c. jones, g. kor-zniac, g. johnson. row 2: s. johnson, j. kender-dine, t. lawson, a. krai-nik, j. johnson. row 3: b. keyser, a. long, f. johnson, a. koff. ab sent: c. kemler, r. kennedy, w. keys, k. kin-ney, I. kutteroff, k. laf-ferty, g. leggoe, b. long-acre. homeroom b-28 row I: f. maz-zarelli, e. mcguire, I. mcgeorge, r. lutz, s. mclaughlin, a. luciotti, g. lorber. row 2: t. mercer, j. mcbain, m. makuka, I. lott, c. mcwilliams, r. martin, w. matz, b. mcchesney, I. luciotti, m. mccrab, j. longneck-er. absent: f. luciano, p. lynch, р. macghee, I. marks, v. mcadon, h. mccullough, c. mcelhinney, b. mcelwee. homeroom b-30 row I: c. nor-cross, I. middleton, j. moore, t. o'kelly, j. miller, row 2: s. paglee, с. mulligan, j. parker, r. minnich. r. nettleton, o. murnane, d. mutch, r. mishler. row 3: b. nich-olson, s. o'connor, c. millman, b. mulvee, m. nutter, c. muir. absent: j. michelet, w. moksay, m. molz, h. morgan, w. munns, c. nilsen, m. nociti, e. o'donoghue, r. ollivier, d. orth.IIIMW homeroom c-19 row I: d. preston, m. reidel, b. perry, k. reeves, p. rauffenbart. row 2: m. reboul, t. picket!, s. piergross, m. ready, r. parker, m. precopio, p. pitman, I. perla. row 3: b. pschunder, s. mca-dine, c. renfrow, s. piro, s. porter, t. ritter. absent: s. passamano, d. payn, j. pennisi, c. perkins, j. pepper, r. petta, j. porter, w. ridgway. homeroom a-9 row I: j. sanyour, s. rynex, b. schietinger. row 2: j. ruffalo. s. schmitt, d. rockhill, t. ryan, r. schirmer, p. robertson. row 3: b. rogers, t. rogers, p. roller, p. schilling, g. segietinger, m. sauro, a. sack, row 4: m. rose, r. schneider, b. sarver, d. roth, a rost. absent: c. robinson, I. robinson, b. rodman, d. rogers, v. rossi, j. ryan, w. schipper. homeroom e-26 row I: v. sha-pella, p. speece, b. smith, d. sonne, n. sinunu, b. silverstein. row 2: t. speidel, I. smith, r. segal, s. schneider, h. slimm. row 3: b. solek, p. schuster, p. shipley, d. smith, m. slemmer, p. scola, c. smith, b. shields, j. slough, absent: j. schorch, d. Schumann, m. segal, d. seitzinger, s. seligman, t. sharp, k. snyder.homeroom e-11 row I I. tremper, I. stadler, tait. row 2: j. storey, e. traganza, u. speight, n. ward, row 3: m. strout, h. staley, d. vitello, a. walsh. row 4: I. stecher, m. war-rer, j. stewart, p. tam-bussi. absent: a. speight, a. starr, I. steig, k. steussey, j. Sutherland, m. tielzb, s. tyson, c. ulasew-icz, s. visco, b. vitt, a. wall, m. weatherly, g. we ber. homeroom e-24 row I: d. zulker, j. _ wilbie. d. wood, b. wright, a. Webster, t. wilson, f. wigmore, I. witkoswki. row 2: s. wolford, s. wujick, r. wol-gamot, a. webster, w. winkler, d. willis, b. Wilkinson, I. woodoth. absent: j. wciford, I. white, j, wilson, s. wilson, c. wood, m. woodland, t. zanger, m. zerboch.homeroom, media center: d. rexon, g. lovett, e. peterson.football though this year's varsity squad registered an average 4-4-1 record for the season, football supplied great excitement during the fall as a number of individual players had excellent seasons, multitalented senior bill ray led the league in pass receptions with 29, and also played such an outstanding defensive back that he was named to numerous burlington county and south jersey all-star teams, seniors sam alien, who led the team in tackles with 97, and greg ransom, who starred at fullback and middle linebacker, were also named as burlington county all-stars. 701971 varsity football—1st row: r. summers, t. cunningham, r. bendel, j. eysmans, r. grossman, b. ray, j. porter, n. an-tonelli, f. hall. 2nd row: b. crisp, mgr., s. alper, m. weatherly, g. ransom, k. scott, c. coffey, r. deakins, s. alien, m. slemmer, m. preuss, n. hartman, r. norwood, b. koons, mgr. 3rd row: j. mendel, r. seywert, b. sarver, t. savage, j. schultz, r. mishler, m. rose, b. mcchesney, I. lott, p. Sutherland, d. bohnet, r. Schneider, g. masters, mgr. 197 1 varsity record 2 1 haddonfield 8 12 pemberton 12 6 palmyra 7 21 burlington 18 0 cinnaminson 18 20 merchantville 0 6 riverside 10 21 shavvnee 0 12 rancocas valley 19 711971 junior varsity football—1st row: k. murnane, r. daniels, p. cardwell, t. looney, c. mayer, r. page, r. king, s. willis, s. jaggard. 2nd row: r. kichline, d. gehweiler, b. jones, r. berry, m. stetler, d. razey, j. call, p. massamano, j. stork, t. havard, p. olivarez. 3rd row: d. long, j. mcchesney, k. call, r. hartman, s. bly, m. lyrand, s. schackel, j. cook, h. coffey, b.mazza, p. mcmullin. 72no matter where or how you take part, football remains for all a game of action.cross country after seven seasons of hard work in obscurity, this season was a sweet reward for coach william thomas and the cross country runners, completing a tough schedule with an excellent 9-3 regular season record, the team went on to upset a number of high-ranked schools to win the group iii south jersey crown, they then surprised the entire state by taking 3rd place in the group iii state tournameet, defeating such recognized state powers as triton high school. this year's squad was led by senior rollin johnson and junior burt pschunder, who were both named to the burlington county all-star team, seniors john catts, tom jag-gard, and chris grover, as well as juniors david orth and russell martin, rounded out this year's talented unit, which will probably bring a number of future running titles to moorestown high. 1971 cross country—1st row: w. thomas, coach; b. pschunder, r. johnson, t. jaggard, a. long. r. martin, j. catts, d. orth, j. palmer, mgr. 2nd row: c. ware, a. wood, c. cody, m. zerbach, g. gough, j. parkhurst, c. grover. 741971 cross country record 23 pemberton 34 40 cinnaminson 19 17 haddonfield 43 23 riverside 32 29 audubon 28 20 burlington 36 18 merchantville 43 20 north burlington 36 19 palmyra 40 30 holy cross 25 21 shawnee 36 19 rancocas valley 40 751971 varsity field hockey—1st row: k. stiebritz, coach; s. bell, a. clapperton, p. mulvee, a. moss, g. adams, c. hu bbard, I. canton, v. jones, coach. 2nd row: v. armstead, p. parrish, k. phillips, m. mckenzie, c. maguire, a. dicken son, c. nelson, s. dickenson, r. wolgamot, b. kraft, j. loftin, b. rodman. 1971 varsity hockey record 1 collingswood 1 0 haddonfield 2 2 pemberton 0 1 cinnaminson 1 10 riverside 0 0 cherry hill east 3 6 merchantville 0 1 palmyra 1 1 shawnee 0 2 rancocas valley 1 2 cherry hill west 0 3 burlington twp. 0 1 moorestown friends 1 2 lenape 2 76field hockey keeping with tradition, moorestown's girl's varsity field hockey team, under the leadership of coaches veronica jones and barbara steibritz, captured the burlington county league title, with an overall record of 8-2-4, and competed in the first state championship tournament. this year's team was led by five outstanding seniors: anne dickenson, who was the team captain; kathy phil-lips, one of the league's best fullbacks; phillis parrish, the team's all-star goalie; and carol maguire and marie mckenzie, whose hustling play personified the team's spirited style. 1971 junior varsity field hockey—1st row: c. parsons, k. slimmeyer, j. schwab, I. beard, n. sinunu, I. Campbell, k. stiebritz, coach. 2nd row: I. niedermann, mgr.; I. payn, j. moll, d. sears, d. smith, p. schuster, j. deroo, a. grover, s. lawrence, b. ellis. 77soccer 1971 varsity soccer—1st row: t. wilson, I. white, d. preston, s. o'conner, s. collins, d. dibaise, s. macdougall, j. we-ber, s. yeager, t. mercer. 2nd row: c. robinson, mgr.; m. presbylowski, j. kerr, g. nielsen, d. sonne, m. bodine, b. nicholson, g. denton, s. daubert, d. presbylowski, b. mulvee, d. sikora, j. miller, p. clapperton, b. fuhrman, g. chinn, m. dark, c. marr, b. burke, s. wilson, a. kinali, j. toppin, coach. led by a tight defense that yielded just 19 goals in 14 games, this year's varsity soccer team complied a respectable 6-7-1 league record, two seniors, dave dibaise and scott macdougall, had exceptional season records, and established themselves as two of the finest high school players in south jersey, dibaise, whose clutch goaltending kept the quakers in a number of close games, was voted to the all-state team, an honor which had never been previously given to a member of a morrestown soccer team, macdougall, who teamed with greg chinn to give moorestown two of the finest fullbacks in the country, established a new team record for defensive play, and was voted to a number of local all-star teams, senior mike dark, who led the team in scoring, also had an excellent season, and was often mentioned on postseason all-star ballots, particularly pleasing to all was the play of turkish exchange student adymir kinali, who finished third on the team in scoring and was named to the burlington county all-star team, expectations for next year are also high due to the success of the junior varsity, who complied a tremendous 11-2-1 record. 781971 varsity soccer record 0 sterling 1 4 holy cross 2 1 cherry hill west 2 2 pennsauken 1 0 cherry hill east 0 2 collingswood 0 0 john f. kennedy 3 0 haddon heights 3 1 lenape 2 2 rancocas valley 0 1 camden 0 0 moorestown friends 2 2 shawnee I 0 cinnaminson 2basketbal under new coach william kingston, the varsity basketball squad suffered through a trying 7-16 season, though the squad's record was not outstanding, the team did manage to play solid basketball, and suffered seven of its loses by less than seven points each, individual stars included seniors tim savage and steve shreve, who were the teams top scorers, and playmaker laffayete smith, whose floor leadership and tough defense kept the quakers in a number of close contests, next year's squad, which will include returning juniors dick schneider and leon eldridge, will be strengthened by a junior varsity team which won three of its last four games. 1971 junior varsity basketball—1st row: m. rose, c. pratt, r. blakely, m. prizer, c. lord. 2nd row: m. taylor, coach, p. mcmullin, h. womack, r. king, f. gosnell, r. page, k. murnane, j. call, g. close. 81boys’ swimming 72—state champs the boys swimming team had an exceptionally fine season this year, under the direction of albert thomas, coach, and co-captains rich deakins and rick seywert, they placed first in the league and second in the monmouth invitation meet, ken kennedy and jim storey set league records in the 50 yd. backstroke and 50 yd. butterfly, respectively, other outstanding swimmers were rick seywert, rich deakins, and curt mcwilliams. the team continued its winning streak by taking a decisive first place in the state meet at princeton. row 1: g. ransom, r. seywert, co-captain, r. deakins, co-captain, j. catts. row 2: m. ready, c. mcwilliams, j. storey, s. porter, k. kennedy, p. hodgen, s. alien, row 3: g. king, d. catts, d. catts, b. barton, c. leonberg, k. call, row 4: a. thomas, coach, g. mayer, d. makel, b. kilroy, j. keyser, b. porter, r. catts. 82 igirls’ swimming 72 the girls' swim team, under the coaching of bea-trice thomas and the leadership of co-captains leslie taylor and carol long, had a good season this year, finishing with a record of 6 wins and 3 losses in the league, we placed fourth in the league and also won first place in the monmouth invitational meet for the third year in a row. we also swam in the south jersey group meet and the glassboro invitational meet, outstanding swimmers were leslie taylor, who set a new league record in the 40 yd. butterfly and turned in an unbelievable performance at monmouth, winning two first places and anne dickenson, who was fantastic in freestyle and butterfly, carol long and nancy porter did a great job in diving. . . . tomachie ... "1 and 2, girls, 1 and 2" . . . red eyes, bathtub and ice water . . . the two singing 'bergs' . . . "where's cutlass?" . . . cut the divers a break! . . . "my fifth graders are more cooperative!" . . . we have to win the first relay . . . " is that a hat . . . or a wig?" ... get the relay splits ... get out of the water, girls . . . see you tomorrow . . . exercises in the beginning . . . "we can win it . . . psych yourselves!" row 1: c. shuman, m. maclaughlin, j. brown, m. pickett, v. johnston, b. matz, a. mckeon, j. fuhrman. row 2: b. herrman, p. hodgen, a. garrett, j. moll, h. vonderleith, I. deakins. row 3: s. horn, j. immler, I. armando, a. moss, d. wolfarth, j. smith, n. porter, c. sandin, b. darrell, m. white, row 4: b. thomas, coach, s. isenberg. w. matz. t. lawson, d. smith, c. cutler, c. ulasewicz, v. shapella, v. lewis, b. leonberg, a. dickenson, c. long, co-captain, I. taylor, co-captain, absent: c. cipolla, s. dickenson, j. hickey, mgr., t. geijer, asst, mgr., I. seely, f. schulman.bowling this year's bowling squad had its finest combined season with the girl's team finishing first in their league, while the boys' finished second in their group, individual stars included jim kerr, john perper, and curt munson, who paced the boy's in per-game average, and carol foell and kathy wilson, who tied for the lead in girl's averages, for coach ashman and all the bowlers, the season was a truly rewarding time, as many days of hard work paid off in an excellent year. 1971 girls bowling—1st row: k. hall, c. graves, d. weikal. 2nd row: c. foel, k. wilson, m. sauro. 1971 boys bowling—1st row: k kerr, s. mcgloshen, c. munson, c. renfrow, d. wood,a. kessler, f. ashman, coach. 85winter track continuing the tradition of track excellence established during their last two years of work, the 1971 winter track squad finished another season of competition without a defeat, nine school records fell to this excellent unit, with captain greg chinn setting two individual records and combining with other members of the squad to break two other relay records, other outstanding performances included such feats as fred hall's record-tieing 5.5 50-yard dash in the delaware valley meet of champions and a record-breaking 3:31.5 time in the Philadelphia track classic by the mile-relay squad of fred hall, tom o'donnell, marc moore, and phil clapperton. the 2-mile relay team also distinguished itself with an amazing time of 8:29 in the state group III races, earning for chris grover, rollin johnson, burt pschunder, and tom jaggard a new meet record, for all track participants, this season represented the best in winter track yet seen in moorestown, and for coaches taylor and hallowell, it serves as an excellent example of what can be expected from the school's track program in the coming years. Philadelphia track classic record-holding mile relay squad—I to r: phil clapperton, marc moore, tom o'donnell, fred hall. 861971 winter track—1st row: j. havard, s. humphries, d. king, c. battler, a. brown, f. hall, c. haines, t. swain, c; ma-loney, b. slade, g. gough. 2nd row: p. clapperton, d. orth, m. moore, r. lutz, r. johnson, b. summers, g. chinn, h. yancey, I. brooks, d. wilbur, b. mills, t. o'donnell, m. woodland. 3rd row: t. balliet, r. koons, b. pschunder, c. bal-liet, c. ware, j. gilmour, r. blackburn, k. macdougall, p. perry, t. lutz, b. hartmann. 87girls basketball enjoying one of their finest seasons, the girls varsity basketball team finished with an overall record of 10-5 for the year, led by such fine players as senior denise roth, the girls performed well throughout the year, and displayed steady improvement, an extremely talented junior varsity squad which also finished with an overall record of 10-5 gives bright hopes for continued success for coach lehman next season. 1971 junior varsity girls basketball—1st row: d. gehret, j. deroo, p. schuster, w. anderson, c. wershing, w. Zimmerman. 2nd row: j. schwab, mgr., a. clapperton, s. tate, s. bell, p. mulvee, d. sears, I. minnick, p. lehman, coach. 88 [wrestling though sparked by the talents of three area champions, this year's varsity finished with an average record of 8-6 overall, a fast early spurt of five consecutive victories seemed to give the grapplers a good chance for a burlington county championship, but the crucial loss of talented paul davis hurt the team deeply, and the league crown unfortunately escaped them, excellent individual performances abounded, as veteran talent such as sam alien, russ trice, and jim hodgen performed brilliantly, all three of these boys eventually advanced to the state's district tournament level, and sam alien continued into the state tournament matches at princeton. 1971 varsity wrestling—1st row: b. o'conner, j. hodgen, m. hodgen, n. curran, r. norwood. 2nd row: t. daniels, mgr., s. alper, j. depetris, r. trice, t. Cunningham, s. alien, g. masters, j. welch, coach. 90 1971 junior varsity wrestling—1st row: b. dillon, j. higgins, p. simpson, d. heller, j. macdougall, p. massimiano, d. bobbe, r. grossman, m. reidel, c. coffey. 2nd row: s. willis, m. brooks, m. kachur, r. wira, m. molz, b. falone, t. miller, coach. 911971 tennis record tennis 5 burlington twp. 0 4 cinnaminson 1 5 riverside 0 5 merchantville 0 5 palmyra 0 4 cinnaminson 1 3 ran cocas valley 2 4 holy cross 1 4 haddon twp. 1 5 riverside 0 5 holy cross 0 4 moorestown friends 1 4 merchantville 1 4 palmyra 1 the tennis team will again this year return another group of excellent players in an attempt to continue its string of championship seasons, last year's 16-0 unit lost five players, including such stars as bill cox, peter mongeau, and larry treu, through graduation, but a good group again looks to replace them, coach jendral, who continues year after year to build champions, will look to such players as mike dark, bill mulvee, and greg haines as the quakers aim to continue their domination of the courts. 1971 golf record golf 4 holy cross 2 6 pemberton 0 3 pitman 3 6 burlington 0 coach loring starts his fifth year as golf coach this spring with a career record of 58-14-7 in match play, and with the team he 1 a 1 ill a • t • | 6 4 6 merchantville haddonfield palmyra 0 2 0 2 3' 2 4V2 6 4 cinnaminson shawnee rancocas valley pemberton haddonfield 4 2‘ 2 V 2 0 2 has returning, should better it significantly, junior bruce disbrow, who played exceptionally well as a sophomore with a 16-3-3 record, will again lead the group, bill honan and mark nutter, another pair of juniors, will 3 2V2 5 2 cinnaminson lenape burlington pitman 3 V 2 1 4 also be looking to improve their equally fine records of 16-5-1 and 13-6-1, respectively, senior dean leonard and juniors tom ritter and tom zanger will also be expected to 6 4 6 41 2 merchantville cherry hill east palmyra shawnee 0 2 0 IV2 continue moorestown's strong play on the links this season. 5 cherry hill west 1 3« 2 rancocas valley 2V2 4 john f. kennedy 2 1971 baseball record 5 burlington twp. 6 4 pemberton 8 2 cinnaminson 6 2 riverside 1 15 burlington 6 2 merchantville 5 1 palmyra 3 2 shawnee 3 4 rancocas valley 0 10 pemberton 6 3 cinnaminson 5 6 riverside 10 8 merchantville 5 2 burlington 10 6 palmyra 7 3 shawnee 4 8 rancocas valley 3 7 burlington twp. 2 baseball entering his 30th baseball season at moores-town, coach wearshing faces a major rebuilding job, having only one returning starter from last season's 7-11 varsity squad, two senior pitchers, Steve shreve and scott macdougall, are being counted on to handle most of the mound chores, while senior lef-tfielder lafayette smith will lead the batting attack, one bright spot this year should be the development of junior ron hamilton, a .400-hitting first baseman who starred on last year's junior varsity squad, other junior varsity stars such as senior rich bendel and junior jim porter are also expected to see a great deal of playing time this season.lacrosse coming off a difficult 2-6-1 year, the girl's lacrosse team is looking forward to a much improved performance this year, returning players such as anne and sally dickenson are expected to see a great deal of action, and a number of other excellent athletes from this year's championship field hockey team are being looked at as potential stars, last year's junior varsity, which finished with a 5-1-3 record, is also expected to supply a large group of fine players for this year's team. 1971 lacrosse record 4 cinnaminson 14 2 georgeschool 10 3 collingswood I I 5 merchantville 6 gloucester 3 cherry hill east 7 rancocas valley 5 cherry hill west 6 moorestown friends 95 N N KJ N uitrack this year's track team looks to be a major powerhouse in the county and in the state through the season, coming off an excellent 9-1 overall record, the team returns almost intact from last year, with new and improved veteran personnel expecting to surpass last year's individual and team marks, greg chinn, who captained the indoor team this winter, returns to again give moores-town strength in the high and low hurdles and the broad jump, high jumper bob blackburn, middle-distance men phil clap-perton and tom o'donnell, and long-distance man burt pschunder (all of whom had a hand in shattering seven school records last year) will also be returning to round out a superbly talented group. 1971 track record 115 burlington twp. 11 80 pemberton 46 82 cinnaminson 44 72 riverside 54 78 Vi haddonfield 47 Vi 79 burlington city 47 75 palmyra 51 109 shawnee 17 60 rancocas valley 66 102 merchantville 24 96freshmen sports 1971 freshmen football—1st row: g. decou, d. schwab, c. maloney, m. darrel, d. king, p. weatherly, c. henry, d. murnane, m. delissio, d. hadden, b. savage. 2nd row: a. mcgugan, I. zazzarino, s. leconey, c. kraft, t. swain, d. dunn, k. harmon, s. emerson, j. adams, m. sanyour, m. stevens, k. bodine. 3rd row: r. hulme, d. pron, d. kerekes, j. davis, j. kenuk, k. carbone, s. armstrong, r. sherman, k. coppola, k. macdougall, m. colligan, j. dever. 4th row: j. ronca, j. dever, mgr; k. macdougall, d. wald, g. estel, j. shanks, j. harding, m. coffey, j. cunningham, m. flowers. 1971 freshmen soccer—1st row: j. keyser, j. baker, g. meehan, p. odence, b. porter, j. dodelin, c. o'donoghue, a. duffy, b. mercer. 2nd row: b. kilroy, g. dodelin, b. welch, m. mccoy, coach c. johnson, d. barna, b. van fossen, b. lally, j. walton. 971971 freshman hockey—1st row: v. johnson, c. carson, m. mccord, m. pickett, c. graves, b. ellis, b. foel, b. ward, k. bishop. 2nd row: k. blass, p .morre, j. devlin, s. wurster, s. schuman, I. zastavny, j. brown, d. messick, d. murphy, j. hartmann, b. wick, h. costello, b. fricke, a. mckeon, I. fullmer, j. mutch, I. bornholt, d. nutter, s. drucken-miller, c. wilmot, k. madden, r. rodgers, coach, k. kensky. 1971 freshman basketball—1st row: r. milligan, j. miller, s. leconey, s. kenuk, j. walton, j. johnson. 2nd row: c. armstrong, coach, j. wujick, p. krainik, b. vanfossen, k. carbone, j. Cunningham, s. armstrong, j. shanks, mgr., c. petitto, mgr. 981971 freshman wrestling—1st row: m. stevens, m. willis, t. williams, d. murnane, b. savage, a. cozens, m. sanyour, a. inglis, d. hadden. 2nd row: g. estel, j. dever, k. coppola, j. adams, r. sherman, k. bodine, r. hulmes, s. emerson. 1971 freshman girls basketball—1st row: k. madden, p. quigley, d. norman, I. canton, k. mccartney, I. zastavny, k. blass. 2nd row: m. bell, s. druckenmiller, s. corcherman, p. olivarez, k. mathis, j. devlin, b. ward, p. moore, b. es-bjornson, coach. 3rd row: I. korizniak, j. davenport, s. powers, p. tysenn, j. lord, d. nutter, b. foel, c. wilmot, s. wurster, m. rizos. i. cody. 99cheerleaders, color guard, majorettes, and drill team varsity cheerleaders—I. to r.: k. reeves, j. pearson, I. mcgeorge, c. harrington, a. scheier, co-captain; j. ellwood, captain; s. piergross, e. schackel, b. goode, m. smith, absent: g. gimbcl, sub; j. clarke, sub. sr junior varsity cheerleaders—I. to r.: p. perla, m. schwanda, I. tierney, c. lowhg } capta»n; smith ciniain-merry, h. wood, b. smith. . T) ' Piam; p. v r''majorettes—1st row: m. mor-rison, capt.; c. razey, solo; t. o'kelly, co-capt.; 2nd row: c. seddon, c. barone, I. dun-woody, n. wallender, I. dea-kins, p. lynch. color guard—I. bothen, h. en-dres, c. geijer, capt.; I. stadler, m. tambussi, co-capt.; f. beyer, k. raymer, c. murphy, absent: b. steams. squad—1st row: p. par-rish, capt.; 2nd row: p. arms-tead, w. zimmerman, j. joh-nson, I. ahrens, c. zimmerman, j. roszek, m. carr, r. sikora, d. breese, d. halligan, r. vi namgar p. stokes.  •{ j;' A ►V' V-v£ ; 1 V l . 4,:. . ■' • r. |$|M: ■I ' vj v- '„v v m .■••W (V. W. m AAA WJ v C V« .! » " -'f,W ■M • $ v3 ’AAA.’?. ' k v.» A4£i :vd f' VK » v to V ' £ 1'r bH®; 3 •'V 1 A . r ,; v'',y v " '■ W'irttyWJ- ;iwy ,4 ,• « »;••'• ■ ® 10-: • WvryW i»j v, , ,'. il r. »' [j . wr a . T Mi . » J i v; rVr.' I V; Jr»' Jml w Iff Nl 1 rIT, 1 I i . • A WJa A"i 11 ■ i lAl i)JP L 1 ) 1 , ' j“■ 11 t. , N ift . tyv a v, | imv 'j'U ;«• A» jfEW v ffl, V V wJtflffl r 1 A);M'm ; Af flgJOWJ} »' V • -A','.-:' KW'ffi' AV AA-; t • I rl I ■h j v.L • v, 7 » R a fc 71 t ' I F I 'I BKf i I rVilVIlAY ATarVWfi n itil u v , ’ V'A V (?■ • nfrnft. ii it ft • ' A r J Ilrtir jT.ifi ■ m'M fflW'Sto i 106107108109 clockwise, from bottom: m. reidel, g. masters, m. makuka, g. ransom, d. collins, c. sellers, j. storey, v. armstead, b. keyser, I. oakley, I. orth, m. reidel, g. leggoe, b. dodelin, k. waiters, b. leonberg, b. mosca-tello, j. caruso. missing: s. isenberg. "a democratic organization” . . . "doodlebury and the fogmobile” . . . "the chinless wonder” . . ."live from the community house pool” . . . "the sewing conductor” . . . "salvation army song” . . . "o, bring us some baked alaska” . . . "we always cut off in the wrong place” . . . "up on your toes” it isn't easy to be a madrigal, football players get cut up for wearing tunics and tights, but in singing together, working together, being together, perhaps we have learned something—not just about singing, but about each other. choir and madrigals norow 1: m. greene, g. korzniak, v. lewis, b. leonberg, d. mutch, a. caruso, s. isenberg. row leonberg, d. mutch, a. caruso, s. isenberg. row 2: h. vonderleith, I. orth, k. phillips, e. hog-gard, r. slocum, m. makuka, f. schulmann, m. reidel, I. luciotti. row 3: I. oakley, c. sellers, b. moscatello, s. taylor, p. parrish, j. immler, j. storey, a. garrett, r. minnich, g. masters, g. ransom, e. schulmann. row 4: t. pickett, d. col-lins, b. keyser. absent: j. caruso, b. dodelin, b. robertson, d. dibiase, k. waiters, r. martin, j. johnson. "hoagiemobile" . . . "the pub" . . . "atlantic city" . . . "pitch, pitch, pitch" . . . "in excelcis onions" . . . "Christians, eat waffles" . . . "half a lunch period" . . . "rehearsal? it's not even light out!" . . . "it's never too late for the messiah!" infta "what, teachers with nothing to say?" kneeling: I. perla, r. dapper, j. parker, n. sinunu, w. matz, j. deroo. standing, row 1: m. parker, p. moody, s. seligman, d. breese, r. segal, p. sheppard, m. whaley, c. Zimmerman, s. patton, b. mccord. standing, row 2: j. boilleau, m. greene, I. steams, m. sauro, k. reeves, k. bishop, j. tyson, v. west. 112row I: p. mulvee, I. bothen, g. adams, s. patton, j. johnson, c. ulasewicz, b. genovesi. row 2: e. english, I. dark, I. sprinkle, s. cor-derman, p. sheppard, rn. whaley, e. boggard, j. deroo, d. womack, m. little, b. mccord, d. smith, row 3: a. grover, I. minnick, a. de-bellis, I. deakins, m. loch, c. Zimmerman, I. steams, m. greene, r. vincent, p. parrish. (absent: v. lewis) fha 113left to right: row I: p. armstead, b. goode, I. jackson, b. hancox, t. swain, g. speig. row 2: c. haines, c. smith, v. armstead, m. eldridge, s. cole, d. snith, p. parrish, w. alien, I. smith, row 3: v. jones, advisor, c. jones, m. moore, c. jones, c. jackson, j. demby, b. jones, m. wright, v. west, k. gibson, j. west. 114— pep club "rah." 115left to right: j. sanyour, a. webster, p. sheppard, v. bucher, m. whaley, m. smith, r. bendel, k. sumner, n. binter, c. kredatus, p. miraldi, m. greene, p. greenwood. 116row I: frau hoehne, c. norcross, j. hickey, n. si-nunu, t. fassl. d. rogers, I. wilkowski. row 2: c. sellers, f. mcchesney, d. dickensheets, r. deakins, g. denton, t. ritter, b. pschunder, r. grossman, r. johnson, h. staley. german club oktoberfest . . . linzertorte, sachertorte, spass (?) ... Christmas card to willi brandt . . . hochzeit der fuhrerin . . . faschingsball . . . musik (o tan-nenbaum, one more time) . . . deutschland Spiegel . . . ver-einte nationen . . . ein bierfest in new york—lowenbrau? ja,gern! 117118front to back: I. white, d. preston, t. ryan, I. sprinkle, a. webster, k. bishop, e. english, c. rauf-fenbart, r. demoske, s. o'connor, t. cipolla, c. fix, b. wilkinson. 119at your own risk after a slow and somewhat painful start, MHS was blessed by the presence of an improvisational theatre group, the group was dedicated to making a good time, both for its members and its audiences, "our group is intended to give budding actors and actresses first-hand experience in the dramatic field, with a live audience, and lights, and everything! this is now a closed group!" members: jackie ackerman becky howard berta parker hope slimm ray forchion steve bly pete cardwell jeff sanyour jackie slough candy jones frank gosnell carol jackson 120122fred club nicki . . . "man, you really do it, don't you?" . . . "where's the back of" . . . fred . . . "meta-4" . . . "ha, ha, ho, ho." in the finest academic tradition of mhs, this new organization of young people was formed. dedicated to fred in all of its motley forms, they have created a spectacular empire, the president of the club, looking back on the year's activities, stated, "we didn't have much of a turn out this year, but it was exciting, and everyone tried their best." 123 124125marching band south jersey band: row 1: s. leconey, c. norcross, I. belknap, v. bucher, b. Campbell, row 2: k. stuessey, m. talamini, m. reboul, j. walton, a. zeller, b. welch, j. aielo. all-state band: c. norcross, j. walton, v. bucher. marching band, left to right, row 1: b. solek, j. tyson, a. barr, s. leconey, k. burgess, e. burgess, d. sears, p. cahan, v. bucher, w. matz, c. norcross, g. belknap. row 2: e. mcguire, p. lynch, t. fassel, b. hansell, s. wcinberg, j. immler, p. mellett, b. mcguire, j. walton, d. dickensheets, I. white, a. rost, I. sattel, c. fix, e. gitomer. row 3: d. wilbur, g. mayer, s. harrison, r. fox, k. mathis, r. martin, m. reboul, b. stuessy, s. reboul, d. mccrabb, c. ehrhart, j. brown, f. norcross, e. borton, c. leonberg, m. talamini, k. call, d. leonard. row 4: b. pschunder, b. zeng, n. corson, b. sun-deen, m. mccoy, c. mills, c. renfrow, j. schorsch, d. willis, r. keyser, s. mclaughlin, r. johnson, d. kensler, j. kerr, a. zeller, b. Campbell, c. razey, a. kessler, t. pickett, j. jones, r. minnich. row 5: k. stuessy, c. ulasewicz, j. palmer, b. perry, m. stiles, p. hodgen, e. fort, g. johnson, b. welch, d. sonne, d. orth, c. shingleton, b. himmelman, r. palmer, j. aiello, j. dodelin, b. dodelin, r. lutz, p. krainik, r. dempster, d. depietro, r. schneider, j. keyser.south jersey orchestra: left to right: v. smith, d. gerhardl, j. caruso, f. norcross, m. segal, w. matz, c. norcross, j. aiello. orchestra: row 1: v. smith, r. parker, k. waiters, b. muscatello, k. burgess, I. orth, I. dunwoody, p. schuster, c. pestridge, c. gibson, I. robinson. row 2: r. mccoy, s. mclaughlin, k. call, r. keyser, d. kensler, j. caruso, j. moll, s. weinburg, d. gerhardt, b. matz, n. weinstock, s. flinker, f. norcross, s. klumpp. row 3: I. leiber, I. oakley, b. zeng, m. talamini, k. sandin, j. kerr, I. mcgeorge, m. segal, d. leonard, r. dodelin, j. walton, b. bucher, a. zeller, b. Campbell, c. razey, r. schneider. row 4: k. stuessy, I. belknap, p. wearshing, w. matz, c. leonburg, d. martin, d. depietro, j. aiello, g. joh-nson, b. goode. 127row 1: c. maloney, s. wilson j. cohen, j. hartman, d. mar-quez, g. lovett, r. prickett, advisor, row 2: I. sprinkle, p. mulvee, a. grover, c. ci-polla, c. carey, I. perla, r. segal. d. breeze, s. bell, treasurer, r. herrmann, advisor, s. morehouse, secretary, row 3: b. tally, d. glass, b. wilkinson, president g. den-ton, b. mulvee, p. clapper-ton, a. dickenson, s. lorber, t. geijer, s. pierce, row 4: r. cipolla, m. dark, p. dark, m. ready, b. dodelin, j. seely, up the pole: t. pickett if sometime during the winter you heard someone talking about the great skiing conditions or how cold it was or how much their knees ached, chances were they were a member of ski club. ski club 128chess club left to right: row 1: s. waldner, k. long. b. burke, k. munson, a. lu-ciano, k. kinney. cafeteria workers t. coneby c. king b. wright j. wittendale d. lynch g. mccoy g. estel b. brooks p. graham a. flacco d. depietro c. coneby f. gosnell I. haines p. cardwell e. hawkins 129131row 1: g. mayer, r. demoske, r. moburg. row 2: k. bishop. row 3: p. mcgee, p. greenwood, j. boileau, g. lovett, t. oldroyd, b. stuessy. operators c ub monitor club like the many monitor clubs before it, the 1971-72 club kept up its tradition of safety for all. this year a new innovation—girls. row 1: d. si kora, t. savage, c. scott j. schultz, g. ransom, t. o donnell, g. grob. row 2: j. palmer, barnes, s. prizer, r. bendel, w. ray, b. bell, t. Cunningham, row 3: m. moore, I. smith, g. chin, c. coffee, r. deakins, I. stork, s. shreve. 1321 fire wardens above, left to right, row 1: m. moore, b. jones, h. yancey, f. gosnell, r. vincent, I. smith, a. brown, c. hayes, a. brown, row 2: w. alien, s. smith, v. smith, m. greene, v shapella, I. mid-dlelon, u. speight, si ward, a. schier, c. harrington, b. geno-visi, c. robinson, f. hall r. wol-gamot. row 3: c. jones, e. robinson, j. moore, b. jackson, e. peterson, r. malhorn. j. demby, d. woniack, g. jeffries, c. jones, j. saxon, p. stelter, I. young, k. mcbride, b. brunson, c. pratt, g. chin. p. clapperton, b. Wilkins. executives, opposite, row 1: h. yancey, r. vincent, a. brown, row 2: p. clapperton, m. moore, g. jeffries, s. smith, w. alien, j. saxon. 133french club above, row 1: d. mutch, b. leonberg, k. raymer, j. moore, c. daley, b. darrell, j. mcculley. row 2: p. mollett, d. smith, d. breeze, t. ryan, m. little, i. mcgeorge, I. wal-Iman, c. jones, b. blackburn, c. cipolla, a. dickenson, m. dark, t. jaggard, c. geijer, b. pearson, p. clapperton, j. halier, g. hopper, d. dijker-man, r. bendel I. Campbell, opposite: e. musselman, m. dark, c. geijer, I. wallman. 134 Ldo they eat turkey in turkey?. . . rice and bananas in ecuador . . . i am veddy gud. how you? . . . aren't there any cowboys and indians in new jersey? . . . international day . . . you know, kids are the same no matter where they come from . . . peace. a. kinali, afs student; m. smith, afs president afs below, left to right: c. geijer, j. boileau, p. clap-perton, r. sundeen, a. dickenson, p. robertson, g. lorber, m. dark, a. kunali, b. leonberg, m. smith, c. pestridge, I. wallman, h. von der leith, c. ro-binson, i. lindemith, g. gimbel, j. loften. 135yearbook opposite, left to right j. palmer, c. fix, b. leonberg, j. sa-nyour. missing: I. taylor, e. lewis, j. Stryker, below, left to right: row 1, c. fix, d. mutch, c. mcelhinney, v. armstead. row 2: b. ray, a. krainik, c. robinson, b. wilkinson, r. bove, b. cox, I. mcgeorge, m. dever. mm? 13 6kneeling, left to right: m. dimartino, j. brown, c. haynes a.t. brown, row 2 g. korszniak, c. schneider, p. stokes, row 3: I. kay, I. mosley, m. mccrabb, j. perper, d. heller, missing d. gough. below, right: I. kay, c. schneider, m. dimartino, m. mccrabb. missing d. gough. above left, row 1: I. brooks, r. vincent, b. johnson, s. blithe, n. cuzzimano, row 2: b. grady, b. moksay, e. ro-binson, missing: g. jeffreis, n. bees, n. kendardine, s. brown, c. neilson. above right, I. brooks, r. vincent, s. blithe, b. moksay. 137library assistants opposite, left to right: kneeling, u. Speight, standing: I. steams, d. hart, t. mayer, d. norman, v. mason, c. pestridge, d. gee, d. young. 138Se irier stage band graduation . . . sex education—better late than never . . . donald duck thompson and his bird calls . . . slash dash . . . cherish is the word . . . socialite lunch tables . . . rocket j. parks . . . first class to get the gist of bscs, so to speak . . . lunch room detention until the cows come home . . . tom dinsmore . . . peter deveraux . . . john stout . . . university of Virginia . . . lenola macdo-nalds ... the hannah . . .detention with mrs fulleman . . . brian holker. . . meg nugent. . . last class to endure only 3 years at bridgeboro and stanwick . . . last class to hershey ... pat conquest. . . joe mcmullen . . . lithuanian horticulture who comprehends todo el mundo . . . goffredi's rug . . . northeast canoe camps . . . bob perla . . . smiling bill . . . the crow hop . . 142 . . . hippie cheerleaders . . . mid-dlelinebacker madrigals. . . . afro americans ... all bozos on this bus . . . zinc reacts slowly with radicals . . . nick danger . . . smoke wins out over beer . . . former freshmen football greats turn in their jocks for a jay . . . is y.a.c. dead? . . . f.a. leaves discipline to stein ... kit relates readily with rapport about reefers . . . womens lib invades psuedo monitor club . . . carl mcintyre tries to suppress communist subversives . . . the klinging frenchman revolutionizes tenure ... is there any truth to the rumor that lenola is the capitol of m'town . . . bob the narc gives way to a prin-cetonian . . . unstructured cigarettes . . . chukkie sandbox superstar, can you believe what you say you are . . . mr. natural . . . leaving after fifth . . . dope invades honor society . . . zap no. 4 . . . stay right here, cause these are the good old days . . . 143  cathryn ann barnes victoria margaret bucher "bookie" . . . clarinet in hand . . . carouse, carouse . . . creamsicles . . . can i interest you in a fizzie? . . . national merit finalist honor society robert john cardwell "ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened to you" matthew 7:7 chris william cody cross country jock in student council good for you . . . :-z, s mai physics i . formic bruce francis burke determination . . . accomplishment . . . bio . . . penn man . . , don bru-cito . . . call of the wild . . . soccer . . . physics prayer . . . joseph thomas caruso cello . . . musianship . . . Washington ... all state . . . classical, usually ... a man talking sense to himself. . . national merit finalist gregory alien denton gregor . . . "it's a say commentary" . . . midnight marathon . . . what a will not! . . . too much of an old granny . . . arrogant and impudent . . .esc . . . . a real zero donald edward kensler national merit finalist Ior top ten percent of us nne marshall dickenson anana . . .''we're going up to ermont ... a sports spetacular . . "aw come on anne" p.k. dean otis leonard "obviously" . . . "hi hows every little thing"? "may i hold the door for you?" david lester dickensheets spook . . . are we gonna have a dance or not? . . . what if the soccer team had a center half . . . what if the basketball team? . . . susan lynne leconey she speaks english only when it is absolutely necessary . . . walking, talking encyclopedia? . . . loves to read agatha Christie national merit finalist barbara ann leonberg "hello, boogis!" . . . barbi . . . "i have to go to practice "... the editor-in-chief is a madrigal! . . . royal proclamation . . . vivacious, versatile and a very good friend . . . bucknell baby. . . 11 in breese johnson . . . rol . . . jolly roily white gorilla id chicky . . . yossarian complex . . . 's only words, right? write! atherine Starr kilcher ilch . . . remember the hurricane . . gary and the memphis blues . . weekend spacing . . . sense of irectionisabel jenny lindemuth jezabel. . . "did you get all a's again?” . . .Spanish fluency . . . dimples . . . miss perfection . . . it's grotesque . . . trampie . . . oh my nerves . . . jodee marta mcculley . . . "good morning!” ... a forever smile . . . i keep getting my french and german mixed up ... i never said i could speak english susan renee meltsner "no no, you see . . . state cops . . . ocena two . . . have any scotch tape: . . . the absurdity of life . . . . john Sebastian . . . surrealism . . . elizabeth ann musselman thursday night; moun tain, Sunday mornin and then there wa pennsauken ... I'r not proud. national merit finalist kathryn jennifer raymer thursday night ... my keys . . . fantastic . . . let's make crepes . . . left right left right james bertolet palmer manager of the year . . . j.p. . . . horny hall monitor ... come blow your horn . . . destined to be president . . . the great orator . . . "did I ever tell you you're beautiful?. . . sharon lee prizer sher . . . one of the triumverate ... no, catawba is not a wine! . . . jeffry's prize . . . embarassing moment 543! . . .judith marie roszek oatmeal cookies . . . it's a mercedes . . . blue eyes . . . donald duck . . . spite and malice . . . dallas carol beth sellers crochet nut and knit wit . . . what test did ya flunk today? . . . bleep, bleep, bleep . . . sexy buzzard . . . old people's home . . . singing in german class . . . elizabeth palmer Stearns you goin' on the ski weekend? . . . i call the spa-getti o's ... i don't believe it . . . betsy! look at your face . . . alexander cooper wood national merit finalist lauren louise stork katharine hathaway sumner lily ann wa||man “one lives in the hope of becoming a memory'' voces from vogue magazineclass officers as apathy develops into a tradition, individuality requires action . . . president scott macdougall vice-president Charles robinson secretary barb genovesi treasuress fran mcchesney 148mr. minnick class advisers 149susan nancy alexander . . . suzie . . . navy buddy . . . harpoons . . . get any letters? . . . guess who came home this weekend? . . . wayne michael alien gonna tear it up graduation night . . . now on the road legally . . . 340 duster for one mediator ween god and men man jesus Christ gave himself as a ransom for all, the home at the proper time. timothy 2 5 6barbara ann bell surprise! . . . i've got a headache . . future architect of america . . . "i'm so happy " . . . “this is queer" richard Charles bendel "indeed" . . . baby face . . . cool it . . . c.c. II treasurer . . . mr. super chemistry . . ey you dare! . . . frances elizabeth beyer . . . seabird i have seen you fly above the pilings. i am smiling at your circles in the air. i will come and sit by you while night lies sleeping fold your fleet wings i have brought some dreams to share . . . joni mitchell richard vernon bickmorethomas royer bitzer jr. nancy ellen binter busy, but has time to listen . . . ah, mes seroll . . . chem nut . . . planaria . . penn . . . music and science . . . robert dale blackburn where did i put my high jumper . . . sunflower seeds . . . white vw . . . bar-bara sue . . . banana sherry martino blithe mark lacy bodine i can't see thing . . . bet dough . . Swedish lift guard . . . tr amus£! . . speedy beed . . . ski jump er. . . craig alan bloomStephanie ann branch short but sweet . . . tears em up . . . cousin reynolds . . . bodacious branch . . . don't get strung out leo phillip brooks frank john boyle robert albert bove bob . . . one of many . . . math ... faculty staff . . . hard working . . . charlie and i were talking. . . lena marianne bothen sexy swede . . . i'm not really dumb . . . don't ever answer no . . . karen patricia brennerrobin brown natural high . . . very funny . . . i don't know . . . well, yes i do . . . really strange . . . definitely interesting anthony t. brown a.t.b. . . . atom ant . . . you devil ... my cologne just attracts every girl . . . dead eye . . . gunner back . . . you old fish . . . sueann brown barbara sue burkhardt wide mouth frog . . . basement barber . . , brucket . . . trendies or tendrils . . . the barn at 3 am . . . steak with mateus . . . beverly jean brunson hey babes . . . what's goin on? . . . b.j. bunny . . . guess who wore a dress today: . . . hip huggers . . .Charles francias coffey coff . . . cornbread . . . montclair . . . wanna hear something gross . . . golden arm . . . Spain and the girls from gib . . . kathy ann caputo i'm so embarrassed . . . Steve . . . lead foot . . . bubbles . . . the girl in the chevy? where?. . . john gleason catts phillip cannon clapperton ■ gregory james chinn everett mcmichael dark mike . . . monsters in the playground . . . my mind just stopped . . . uncle boone . . . park boulevard . . . food food food . . .joan Virginia cook lynn denise cooper . . . what shoulc i do? . . . litth blimp ... bu face . . . whei she loves, sht really loves . . . mark roland cosden david Oliver cram . ."when the lord gets ready, you gotta nove" . . . rolling stones steven edward collins late nights at the lake . . . you'll die trying . . . nature director . . . cherry hill who? . . . coinsjane carol davis richard james deakins cynthia lois daley hon. member of the country club . . . oh, that's naughty . . . rotten speller . . . poor orphan from old folks home thomas edward nark Cunningham carl draper davisjohn francias delissio thomas joseph de maio richard lawson demoske suzanne marie de pietro james joseph depetris sarah j. deshan our gal sal . . . who's s.r.m.: . . . yeah, i'll go to n.y.. . . have a cigarette?. . .dirk willem dijkerman cherry cheesecake . . . have you tried Spanish yet? . . . angie . . . wrenched wrestlers wrist robert joseph dodelin happy motoring . . . girls and beer . . . supermusician . . . jeff's boogie . . . the fog mobile . . . michael david eckard judith lynn el I wood alice, alive, i want to get up and jive . . . i wanna wreck my stockings in some jukebox dive . . .helen ashcroft evans sept. 4, 1971 ... a button and a bandaid . . . hey heard any dirty jokes lately . . . pucker. . . linda theresa farrell talkative . . . brother bill . . . cloud 9 dreaming of mike . . . shorty . . . crazy c-3 david george falker toni cole engle gerald nelson fitzgerald butch . . . otts for lunch . . . fitz . . . u.s.s.t. . . . Virginia . . . johnny winter . . . chess champ . . .carol anne foell farol coell . . . bowling champ . soooo mad! . . . take it light . you dig it?. . . . . i'm . . can Charles shelton forvour joann dorothy freni rian . . . ophie . . . old duck . . . apple . . . hot logs and mus-ard . . . ad-Iressograph robert neil fuhrman maybe yes, maybe no . . . sure! . . . midnight marathons . . . don't get tight . . . what can i say? . . . the world's wrong. . . rodney barry friedel moody blues . . . seaside hts . . . hot rod . . . blue jeep . . . harold . . . surfing . . . strawberry hill patricia gee eileen dorothy gear pete . . . pumpkin . . . can ya dig that? . . . he's a really nice guy . . . cold duck tan . . . strawberry Christine ewa henriette geijer barbara marie genovesi big eyes . . . smiley, don't you ever stop talking . . . rabbit fever . . . i'll be dingin' it at the shoreedward scott golden linda jean greiner "hang on to your hopes my friend, that’s an easy thing to say but if your hopes should pass away, simply pretend that you can build them again" paul simon bonaventura francis grady suzanne lynn green can i have a ride? ... are ya goin to the game? . . . no 60-40's forever. . .russell lewis gunning Charles richard hahn john Stephen hailperin jacqueline ann halier bubblegum kid . . . California summers, george's harum . . . perfect hostess . . . load up on coke, ice and 7 up? deborah jean halligan where am i? . . . lost on the way to school . . . the isle in my jeans . . where did we lose her chrome . . . I boyd halljacqueline iona hancox darlene denise harris james nicholas hartman i'm all shook up ... 84 or 48 .. . the snake . katie bar the door . . . palmyra game?. . . knick . . . vodkaandoj robert guy handrinos david hall harrington cynthia joy harrington bouncey right end . . cutest thing under pom poms . . . "chicken” . . finally 5ft .. . bill's co min' home . . . gayle yvonne herbert mary leslie hughes miss mary . . . the summer . . . cities and towers . . . Stephen stills can i have a ride . . . righton! . . . karen ann holmes raquel welch . . . mich-ael . . . f.vv. woolworths . . . tickles . . . baton twirler. . .susan diane humes ralph . . . woolworth's . . . rings and things . . . avon calling on a motor scooter .. . passion pit. c.c. Stephanie eileen hynes robert thomas jaggard hey, dum dum . . . bubble gum addict . . . chain mail, . . . whaat! . . . thursday night . . . got to run . . .barry alien johnson harry davis johnson brandon jonesnancy gail kenderdine joseph edward jones james lamont kerr victoria marie kerekes aydemir kinali drive-in movies . . . the flying tur-kish turnover . . . nice huh? . . . do you sit on nail beds in turkey?eloise m. kocyan pickles . . . Steve . . . the bakery . . . delaware . . . Hying high . . . three Steves . . . drambuie carol elizabeth kredatus the estranged and dividec return to their source; we are the single moment foi which the candle sheds it‘ blood in silent ecstacy.—orr sarah marie lawrence there are two paths i can go by, but in the long run, there's still time to change the road i'm on-led Zeppelin margaret june little meg . . . do’you want to walk . . . everyone's friend . . . zero . . . how many tests did you flunk today . . . knit wit sylvia yvonne lewis sunnybrook . . . my car stalled again . . . c.r. girl .... friends school ... a bloody mess . . . dixieland . . . michael drake logan susan ann logsdon mother goose . . your lights are off ... goofy three of c-7 . . . bill . . . canary yellow vette . . . carol ann long barrel . . . hey pizon . . . diver dan . . . lynch . . . junior's . . . lacrosse goalie . . . banana girl . . . julia sue lotin gymrobert Steven maerz doats . . . bagnet . . . zoo the derosophers . . . have the frogs come yet robert Stephen maines scott blair macdougall regina charmaine malverne drill team . . . sunshine . . . rabbit . . . pumpkin . . . queens gina . . . you're so silly john casey marr casey . . . latin major . . . eur-ope lend me a dollar . . . i can't find my license patricia ann lynchfrances ann mcchesney state mother . . . gonna catch a fag . . . big macs . . . chemistry . . . happiest at the beach . . . kevin asbury mcbride the riggables . . . prince of the hill gang ... the slick man . . . rag man . . . kool kev . . . jane marris jeffrey lewis maser george warren masters the little 'o' . . . brrr . . . i'm beat . . . keg killer king tut and his harem jeffrey robert mccloskeyCharles frederick mccusker marion elizabeth mccollum carol arm mcguire because i love back . . . mac truck . oh, Stephen . . . i'll meet you in d-14 pamela ann mellett super surfer . . . mike . . . sea and ski. . . back seat driver martha marie mckenzie rah-rah .... tears up hockey field . . . beige bug . . . sports all the way . . . mouth in foot . . ."v-voom" patricia ann miraldi license but no car . . . "the twins" . . . no more job problems ... a sick lizard . . . conversations in loungejohn william mendel identification please . . . can i borrow your telephone book? . . . 190 torino forever. . . red bird beatrice wilma moksay "hey, what's happening?" . . . "i'll meet ya in the law" . . . lead foot moks . . . cher's twin . . . susan ann molnar have you seen al? . . you will never guess who called me last night” . . "guess who is coming to school?” marc r. monaco patricia eileen moody moody here! . . . football's greatest fan . . . copper bracelet . . . smiles and dimples. . . i'm impressed marc geoffery moorebrian kevin moscatello marcia louise morrison el capitan . . . i just bought some new material . . . gym class ... if you're gonna left face . . . deborah wilhelmena moser "now the clock has struck, rise and enter the cupboard where i have spent twenty years repenting our crime" . . . the ghost sonata kurt lee munson colleen there; murnane Constance mary ann murphymary ann murray n. c.c. mem-ir ... oh sh ... i'm te again . . . jess what i d at gym-istics yester-jy . . . func-?n leslie mae niedermann tupperware parties . . . glassboro . . . cycles . . . don . . . laguna beach . . . buddy miles . . . hockey balls laurie madeline nims lois elizabeth oakley hoagia . . . sexy buzzard in Syracuse . . . a mad gal . . . murderous purple pants robert raymond norwood jr.thomas edward o'donnel id I’ melissa lois parker "quick, give me an orange" . . . airport circle . . . spider legs . . . booger . . . majestic mountain climber. . . Vincent anthony perla Caroline parson shut your fat face . . . aunt carrie . anything and everything . . . spirit queer Hri phyllis ann parrish take it light . . . don't mess with bill, phil . . .barbara ellen pearson sexy buzzard . . . friday nite bible . . . terror on two wheels . . . dingbat . . . domestic angel kathryn louise phillips the green thumb . . . walks in hurricanes . . . queen tut . . . masters . . . morning rehearsallisa ann piro hey remember shultz's party . . . the lolly-pop kid . . . fishing for crab traps . . . hee-haw laugh . . . hey pi-zon linda joyce phillips cockroaches! . . . philippians 4:13 . . . rice and eggs . . . gin? . . dos- toyevsky . . . i'm starving! . . . there's an echo kim laurie potter art . . . playground at midnight . . . "oh, for. . . always drew figures drew przybylowski mark Stephen prcuss whatever you say, honey . . . movie . . . iceboat . . . marcus . . . history whiz. . . maja . . . let's go to a . . .marc przybylowski william Steven ray 14 . . . football first love . . . trip to spain . . . girls from glassboro . . . out to Windsor . . . make up your mind! gregory todd ransom namu, the killer whale . . . full moon again . . . "this is the f.b.i." ... 32 . . . all i am is four wheels francine josette procopio crazy over nuts . . . angel fish ... is there a party this evening . . . make it if you try carol sue razey you shmuck . . . give me a hit . . . she-bop-she boppin . . . turkey test . . . unquotable quotes angus bruce robertson diane marie reed "are ya lookin?" ... no. I camper . . . dec. 18, 1971 . . . wild-wood star . . . greenleafCharles nash robinson richard karl sack timothy william savage sage .. . timmy ... no. 88... ice boating .. . fuzzheacf . . . french bomb . . . bonanza steak ... munch, munch munch ... yup .. . let's go to riverton ernest a. robinson karl ayers sandin "truly, truly, i say to you, he who hears my word, and believes him who sent me, has eternal life . . . behold, new things have come . . .—john denise joanne roth dede . . . can't fool you . . . boston b's no. 44 ... it never snows here . . . that's not funny . . . indispensable lab partner . . . where's the party?dorothy angelica schultz-herda john joseph bruno schultz schultzy ... remember when . . . 77 . . . Vermont 72 . . . hello knee ... all bears to the right of the road . . . big bad john . . . economics forever peter kord scott Vermont '72 . . . class kord . . . redneck ... no. 54 ... member of the bald ones . . . the band . . . uncle fester . . . i can't hack it ellen marie schackel knock-kneed cheerleader . . . "t" . . . no, no . . . hallowecn yac . . . slow . . . it'll never work ... sept. 16, 1971 ann jessica scheier england . . . izzy's class . . . anne-ti-mony . . . loveladies memorial day weekends ... it must be jewish . . . had-donfield . . . just a baby karen lynn schlimmeyer big things come in small packages . . . blonde bomb . . . when you play with fire . . . little miss petite . . . keep playin . . .Constance jean seddon viva roma . . . oh, sugar! . . . look for a wierd-colored bomb . . . the mil-Iside manor marauder patricia dawn sheppard you're going to major in library science? ... if you want me, i'll be in the voice office. richard kendall seywert jeffrey thomas seely brother jeff ... hi, i'm e . . . thin! snow and girls . . . let's go run th halls . . . parry 4 . . . touche bonnie lynn sheeder popcorn popper . . . spain-bus windov and guides . . . ellisburg ciricle . . . can dies . . . eat, eat,eat. . . Stephen franklin shreve charlie atlas . . . baby face . . . new year's eve 71 . . . stevey rebound . . . the one i've been waiting fordavid nelson sikora "sik” . . . Olympic yachtsman . . . babson bound . . . someday i'll have a million . . delaware river freak figen nilufer sidal richard alan slocum "and let your best be for your friend . . . and let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasure.”—gibran lafayette nehemiah smith smitty . . . laff . . . look at those muscles . . . good gravy . . . preach it, rev . . . soul train gang melissa basset smith and them suddenly each of them is an adult and can't remember what he was going to do . . .so forget it—saroyan ruth ann smith what's up, doc? . . . ral and sara and peewee . . . senior math whizz . . . nickname coiner. . .dingbat!marianne elizabeth snyder let's go to Roy's . . . make me, make me . . . maroon falcoon . . . pete, let's go feed the ducks adonna irene strout quiet and conservative . . . nice . . . makes a countdown of all the holidays . . . shyrobert elsworth summers teddy bear . . . where's the party? . . . i can dig it . . . bullitt bob . . . sportman of the year. . . tht? haunted one iamela stokes link i'm going cry . . . baby e . . . bagger .how come body ever tells ?. . . chickee jeffrey scott stryker leslie ann taylor suzette elizabeth taylor the girl with the big voice who never stops singing . . . loves life and people robert alien thomasrichard eric torres mark Christopher tierney timothy thomas tworzydlo candace helen van fossen horsewoman . . . latin lover . . creamsicles . . . candy .. . . nakec hoagies. . .jeffrey allan walton joan d'arcy wescott susan clare ward bagonia . . . kook's girl . . . cops and robbers . . . i never gel the message ... john henry west old man . . . sonny . . . the pearl . . . weston oil . . . wild wild west . . . . . . black perry mason . . . patricia anne wearshing rosemary vincentmary louise vvhaley speech impeachment. . . a good friend . . . mary lou . . . why me? ... 3 boys and a fake gun paul dodge whitney jennifer marie wiggins desmond willie williams burton francias wilkins, jr. surfing . . . neil young . . . ocean cit' . . . boating and girls . . . the track . . burtermerdebra michelle womack hi wombat . . . cheeks . . . smack-um . . i'll always remember you . . . brain child . . . spider-manbye and goneseniors not photographed samuel juMan alien calvin charles balliet kathleen marie barrentine geff bottomley william scott carson winthrop Wallace chamberlain lee dechant cozens harry joseph dillon robert neal feltoon leroy edward gaskill peter fisher gooding Cornelius john hughes thomas norman mcguire craig c. nilsen . . james brewer norman kathleen marie sack james I. schade john wayne schmalbach lynn beth schnitzer bruce lloyd smith Sidney scott smith phillip ridgeley wareBlase A. Ravikio Builder A Home Designed for You Above $50,000 In Stanwick Glen or Collins Park Moorestown, New jersey Phone 235-2290 LEHMAN CHEVROLET, INC. The Chevro-Lehman 38—'Next to Moorestown Mall' 235-2000 Farmers’ Mechanics’ Savings and Loan Assn. Moorestown Branch Insured Safety for Your Savings Current Dividend Rate 5% per annum 43 East Main Street Moorestown, N.Duncan Buick-Opel 219 West Main Street Moorestown, N.J. 235-3300 Moorestown, N.J. 08057 Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034 Main Church Streets Rt. 70 at East Gate Drive (609) 235-1950 (609) 429-1950 MLS CAMQIN COUNTV • j«W'NG»ON COUNT Phila (215) P03-5100 J. Lorber Company N.J. (609) 665-9090 Wholesale Plumbing—Heating—Air Conditioning—Supplies Founded 1918 2035 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. 6415 South Crescent Boulevard Route 130 Pennsauken, N.J. The Mallard Inn % Dining Room and Cocktail Lounge Route 73 at Exit 4 Ralph’s Market New Jersey Turnpike Moorestown, N.J. 235-0132 235-3500 131 W. Main Street, MoorestownOne West Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey 234-0011 FOX AND LAZO INCORPORATED REAL ESTATE Producer of pressure tested posts and lumber Manufacturer of Wooden Fences The Paddock, Route 38 Moorestown, New Jersey Phone 235-1315 LEONARD A. DUFFY Custom made Moorestown High School Ring Order any month of the year, four week delivery Moorestown Mall, New Jersey 08057 235-9355 Willsam JewelersTriaiiv street interiors, inc -iOl e main si. mo orcst own. 235-3101COMPLIMENTS OF J.H. WIGGINS AND SONS INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS PENNSAUKEN, NEW JERSEY 11 FIT) MANUFACTURING CO. QUALITY TEXTILE and CANVAS PRODUCTS WEBB Manufacturing Company • 2908 North 4th St. Philadelphia, Pa. 19133Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers and Contractors 5 East Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey Phone: 235-0622 J. Wittman and Sons, Inc. THE COLONY PRESS GEORGE E. CRAGG, Founder Printing—Advertising Phone: 235-1780 Centerton Road, Masonville, New Jersey Lumber, Millwork, Hardware, Cement, Paints, Fuel Oil, and Garden Supplies Moorestown, Riverside, Riverton, Merchantville, Maple Shade, N.J. 235-0001 J.S. Collins and Son, Inc. General Contracting Moorestown, New Jersey Phone Moorestown—235-0607 Steward R. Maines Company 201editor’s note march 8, 1972 my first discovery this year was: it is absolutely impossible to please everybody. In order to equally represent each student, faculty and administration member of this school, we would have had to divide 224 papes into approximately 1500 pieces! this was our first year with paragon publishing company, we gave more pages to the senior section and used the dividers for artistic creativity, because of the general response to some of the ideas in last year's book, team pictures were put back in, as were homeroom shots for underclassmen. and so, in the end, the 1972 nutshell is a reflection of this year at mhs; hopefully a completely unbiased one, but probably not so. it is the end product of the filtration of many ideas, re-writes, pictures and pictures, and serveral long-standing feuds, there were many times that i thought we wouldn't put a book together because the eight editors couldn't agree, we'd like to think that the book shows a wide enough view of this year to make you remember your own year here. i want to thank mr. sprague, especially, for all the hassles that everbody put him through; mr. boehmler, who was invaluable in meeting deadlines and in signing announcements; mr. bob potts, paragon publishing company's representative, who pulled us through every problem with a "don't worry—i'll take care of it"; and to all the editors and staff who lost sleep and their sanity, a special thank you for their efforts. it hasn't been easy, and it hasn't always been fun, but we learned . . . probably more than we realize, hopefully, from looking at the book you can remember and learn, too. barbi leonberg editor-in-chiefCO ISincere Acknowledgements to Mr. Mrs. William R. Alexander Lee Allman Mr. Mrs. Joseph Aomano Mr. Mrs. W. E. Armstead, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Jack Balaban Mr. Mrs. Carl Barona Mr. Mrs. Arthur Beard Mr. Mrs. Norman E. Beyer Margaret M. Binker Mr. Mrs. Dale Blackburn Mrs. Gisela Bly Mr. Mrs. C. Bothen Mr. Mrs. J. L. Braxton, Jr. Mrs. Beatrice Brown Mr. Mrs. Fred Carbone Mr. Mrs. Joseph T. Caruso Mr. Mrs. David Chaffin Mr. Mrs. Chisholm Mr. Mrs. John Christy Mr. Mrs. V. Christmas Mr. Mrs. Charles E. Clark Mr. Mrs. Paul Coffee Mr. Mrs. Charles Coffey Lee W. Cole, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Lee W. Cole, Sr. Mr. Mrs. Allan Corderman Mr. Mrs. Cuzzimano Mr. AI Davis Mr. Mrs. James Sterling Davis Mr. Mrs. Rex Delaney Deren Family Mr. Mrs. James J. Dever Mr. Mrs. C. N. Earling Mr. Mrs. Emerson Frank Alice Eppolite Mr. Mrs. William H. Farrell, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Richard Feaster Miss Fran Femia Barbara Fine Carol A. Foell Mr. Mrs. Charles R. Foell Mr. Mrs. R. W. Foell Mr. Mrs. Friend Mr. Mrs. H. W. Gallagher Mr. Mrs. Raymond Gemit Mr. Mrs. Howard Gibson Mr. Mrs. James A. Gimbel Mr. Mrs. Eugene Godfrey Miss Bonnie Goode Mr. Mrs. Franklin Gosnell, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Warren Gover Miss Olive T. Graves Mrs. Margaret E. Green Mr. Mrs. FJoward Guerber Mr. Mrs. Richard Haines Mr. Mrs. Lewis Hall, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Francis J. Hartman Mrs. Dorothy Hedger Mr. Mrs. John Heffron Mr. Mrs. Robert Flershock Mr. Mrs. Merrill Hill Mr. Mrs. Gerald L. Himmelman Mrs. Gertrude M. Hoehne Mr. Mrs. Hubbard Mrs. Robert J. Hughitt Mr. Mrs. Gernard I. Hynes, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Leon Jenkins Mr. Mrs. Arthur H. E. Johnson Mr. Mrs. F. A. Johnson Mrs. Veronica Jones Mr. Mrs. Glenn L. Kerr Mrs. Ruth E. King Mrs. Doris Kirchner Mr. Donald W. Koehler Mr. Mrs. Harry Koons Mr. Mrs. Walter Korszniak Mr. Mrs. Charles Lehman Mr. Mrs. Hulon R. Logsdon The Loring Family Mr. Mrs. C. Bruce MacDonald Mrs. H. L. MacFeeters Mr. Mrs. Solomon A. McBride Mr. Mrs. John McChesney Mr. Mrs. F. J. McWilliams, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Charles A. Macdonald Mr. Mrs. D. Neil Manuel Mr. Mrs. Robert R. 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Seligman Mr. Mrs. Mark E. Setzer Mrs. Garth Shannon Mr. Mrs. Daniel Sharp Mr. Mrs. Donald S. Sikora Mr. Mrs. Robert Silverstein Dr. Mrs. F. K. Smith Mr. Mrs. Henry J. Smith Dr. Mrs. I. S. Smith Miss Valerie Smith Mr. Mrs. Hubert Snyder Mr. Speziale Mr. Mrs. Harry Stanley Mrs. Marshall Steamer Mr. Mrs. W. K. Stearns Rev. Mrs. F. D. Tennie, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Joseph Ulasewicz Mr. Mrs. Anthony Visco Mr. Elmer E. Volk Mr. Mrs. Wearshing, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Edward M. White Mr. Mrs. J. H. Wiggins, III Mr. Mrs. Walter Wilson Mrs. Clarence C. Wright Mr. Mrs. Perry Wright Walt Mary Wooden Mr. Mrs. I. S. Wurst, Sr. Shirley Zazzarino Mr. Mrs. Carl Zimmermann Mr. Mrs. Charles Zulker And to Our Advisors Mr. Boehmler and Mr. SpragueComplete Real Estate Organization Mortgage Bankers ’ Sales Mortgages 'Appraisals 4 Rentals ' Management Insurance Realtors NUTTER MORTGAGE SERVICE Ed Woodoth Residential Commercial Light Power 306 Madison Avenue Moorestown, N.J. Belmont 5-6639 509 Cooper Street Camden, New Jersey 963-5100 2114 Philadelphia Nat'l Bank Bldg. Philadelphia, Pa.—LO 3-8520For generations we have tried to make the world a better place by providing more and more schooling, but so far the endeavor has failed. What we have learned instead is that forcing all children to climb an open-ended education ladder cannot enhance quality but must favor the individual who starts out earlier, healthier, or better prepared; that enforced instruction deadens for most people the will for independent learning; and that knowledge treated as a commodity, delivered in packages, and accepted as private property once it is acquired, must always be scarce. —Ivan lllich scott m 207NICHOLS PRODUCT COMPANY Manufacturers of Electronic Equipment Surgical Specialties Precision Metal And Plastic Parts. Phone 235-0877 325 W. Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey Terry’s SHOE BARN Creek Road Rancocas Woods Famous Brands From Leading Stores Savings Up to 50% It’s the real thing. Coke. Trad©-mark® 208 Bottled Under Authority of the Coca-Cola Company by CAMDEN COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 1250 Glen Ave. Moorestown, New JerseyPETER PAN BAKERY AND GIFT SHOP 119 West Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey 235-1854 Famous For Cartoon Cakes Visit Our Gift Shop FLYING FEATHER FARM Bar-B-Q Chickens and Turkeys Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Open all Winter Friday and Saturday (9-6) Phone 235-2654 Bridgeboro Road Moorestown, New Jersey Phone BE 5-9716 1 Mobil | MOORESTOWN SERVICE CORPORATION Call—Delivery—Road Service Tune-Up Our Speciality 225 Chester Ave. Joseph Romano Moorestown, N.J. President Compliments of Lewis Funeral Home 78 East Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey 235-0009Phone 235-0693 235-0697 ALBERT ELLIS, INC 210For Relaxation and Enjoyment. . . Canterbury Hall Hotel-Motel Longport, N.J. 09403 Phone 609-823-1250 17th AVE. and BEACH Fine Foods Since 1921 WOLF’S QUALITY STORE A Complete Food Market Meat for Home Freezers Free Delivery Telephones: 235-0604 and 235-0605 Main and Church Street Moorestown, N.J. Come In and Let Us “Meat" You MOORESTOWN STUDIO Photography 23 East Main Street Moorestown, New Jersey 235-0167 RUDY’S TAILOR SHOP ADAMS AND PECK Members New York Stock Exchange American Stock Exchange THE CAMERA CORNER 33 East Main Street Moorestown, N.J. Phone: 235-1367 Expert Tailoring Alterations— Dry Cleaning, Hems, Zippers, Restyling, Etc. 17 E. Main Street Moorestown, N.J. Phone—235-6194 2111 I JOHNV.- Waters INCREALTOR Mortgages Notary Insurance Make Us Your Headquarters For Household Needs McCHESNEY’S HARDWARE 100 W. Camden Avenue Moorestovvn, N.J. 235-2700 BE5-0800 John V. Walters 41 East Main Street Moorestovvn, New Jersey B. T. EDGAR SON Realtors 235-0101 27 East Main Street Moorestovvn, New Jersey COLPITTS TRAVEL CENTER Best Wishes to the Class of 1972 123 East Main Street Moorestovvn, New Jersey 08057 (609)234-0123 CARL’S SHOES Corrective and Regular Shoes Men, Women, and Children Carl Barone BE 5-6223 27 West Main Street Moorestown, N.J.Service and Integrity are most important words in our vocabulary. We want you as a lifelong friend, not as a statistic. Our memories are long, not short. As a Real Estate Client, today you are a Buyer and tomorrow a Seller. As an Insurance Client, today you pay a Premium and tomorrow collect a Claim. You expect service and integrity. We have supplied both for 47 successful years. Obviously we know our community and our business. Consider the service and integrity of our trained experienced personnel when you buy, sell, or insure real and personal property. Our office is ready to serve you. JACK K. POWELL President CALVIN W. ELLIS Vice-President Bill Davenport Sales Mgr. STOCKWELL-KNIGHT COMPANY 45 E. Main St. Phone 235-4222 Established in M00REST0WN 1925 OUR AIM IS SERVICE WITH INTEGRITY «mnn( inn wo uivki MLS KWIMOTOM COUNTY HMD Of tUlTOtt AGENTS FOR heaton 'rt't fl ic. LONG DISTANCE MOVING S- STORAGE CO. 925-7211 „ni banner moving and storage Moores,own 0NneywV: Way to R - '30 V ew jersey 235-qmn u k Agents for Y 5 9100 Wheaton Van Lines 214Burlington County Trust Company 9 Convenient Offices Moorestown, New Jersey Maple Shade Rancocas Mount Holly Lenola Moorestown Mall Masonville Academy Drive, Mt. Laurel Blason Plaza 216"FORD HEADQUARTERS” Maple Avenue Pennshauken, N.J. FORD V2 Mile North of Cherry Hill Mall NO 2-2200 Congratulations to the Class of 1972 STILES PHARMACY The Rexall Store Sidney A. Greenblatt, Reg. Pharm. 76 E. Main Street Moorestown, N.J. Serving Moorestown Faithfully Since 1910 Bowers Candies Quality Confections New Albany Road Moorestown, N.J.MOORESTOWN DRUG STORE Your Prescription Store We Deliver Jos. M. Wujik and Son, Reg. Ph. 235-1279 218STUDENT ASSOCIATIONPEP CLUB President Vice-President Secretary . Linda Perla Anne Scheier . Jody ParkerE. HARRIS RANSOM PAINTING AND DECORATING 120 S. Church St. Moorestown, N.J. Phone 235-1273 Success and Best Wishes to The Class of 1972 ANGUS, INC. Compliments of the Schneider’s COLOR CENTER QUAKEROOTERS Supporting Moorestown Township Public Schools Athletic Programs Phone: 609-235-8090 Artist's Supplies Picture Framing Super Kem-Tone 235-2708 221 222This year continued the fevered pitch of last year. We provided chariots for the Lenola Home and School Fair, supped in splendor, entertained kiddies on bleak Saturdays, and rounded out the year with a (g)orgy. Those who went to Rome will remember the times with glee. Thanks for the cooperation and best of luck next year. —Campus Bellus 223 - ■ i i i


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