Mount Pleasant High School - Green Leaf Yearbook (Wilmington, DE)

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3 W4-f. ai, if 'ffffia K QEJQ4 1976 The Green Leaf Published by the Green Leaf Staff of Mt. Pleasant High School Wilmington, Delaware 19809 Volume 26 june 1976 'I776 One might wonder if George Washington, sur- veying the snovvat Valley Forge, ever antici- pated a two-hundredth birthdaygfor the young, weak, and divided nation whose rag-tag army he led. Whatever little he probably thoughts about the prospect, here we are, in 1976, about to celebrate America's Bicentennial. We are citizens offfthe same country that he was so long, long ago. Today, perhaps, we are a little more powerful, a little more affluent than were are ancestors, our country is now neither weak, hopelessly divided, nor especially young. They has grown from a gathering of re- bellious English colonies over two centuries ago to the keeper of the light of freedom in the contemporary world. Our nation's first two hundred yeairsztraveled a twisted, arduous path - at each turn a crisis, a lfvital decision to be made, an everlasting quest 1976 And so we arrive at our Bicentennial. We ics,c , today in atime of re-adjustment, a csii T of traditional practices. Outmoded ideasfaire going iiii the board, and new practicalities are taking their place. Onrefgbyilsone the ties with yesterday's world areifiijiijbgrieaiking. Change, i,,i for ii better or for worse, is iiaicceleratingl are being opened up. New T , diSQtIssed. New humans are taking theirffplaces in scs, in7glife.i New lifestyles are forming. The future is V rushing toward us, yigg, 3 gigita , But in the seeminglmayhem of ic, and contextual evolution, at- y tempt to rationalize away our responsibilities,f,.,s1f!55,j5,nj5Qg to ourselves and to others. We, in Americaiisifxfi I 1 must continue to set our sails by the star that T our founding t,si fathers fixed for themselves when they brought demwgg:y,c to the new world. We must attempt toflfbfllow its path as., l 'toibe fair to all men and yet let all men rule. well as we possibly can. Weiirnust have r The road thepeople of America have chosen that if we doggedly, persistently, ,rs , to hoe was neverian easy onegit is filled with and highfmindedly stick it out, a brightericdayif iitii if iclli T compromise, strife, and Our self- will must hopefor the future, thatjitg- . , reliant fathers steered clear,ofIfthiie easy trap will beffbetteri than the t,, Many have given ll totalitarianism that so many fledgling nations ilil if much tolrhoe the lt is because ,,,,, of , tiiti,, tot,,keeping instead on the road of them that we are cl corrections slowly by trial bicentennial. It remindisicius to and ef H 'OWS time YO get iusi the +15 iisc,sc lli right balance betweenvlocal and nation- you, l, the ,L Q al government. It the farmetin Arkansas, thheiassem- allsctheggissues that Camas iifli liic T man ing5iDetgrfo,it, the executtiixielein Los he United States withstood illl afffgfreata Angeles. We are galil? fparticipantsfingftiaf partial country became more just in fulfillment of adream that princicptleatyeach crossroad, gradually, Ameri- ,,,i , the dream that all men cans began tof their coat of isolation- given freedom to live ism in efforts to bring their type of free society ffl T, the-re. And, therein lies to other men, and many timesg IUEY have frustration, to live T to combat the spread of mindless tyran- tomorrow, cctcc make less, partial the tlggggc i the less fortunate. ,ht , fulfillment ofifftheiidream. fi ,atis,l T. ,gt ilsg T T t laid two hundred years ago, 'l,t f man Q52 g,tg feeling of ever, is fairttgfrom finishedq gtl Nowf America has llli nftitialways hats -as and all effort ness, too. The ideal man, of has nevergfand probably willfnever exist to our 5country's sigcgii lt, if the way theyibasically are.i to hcc future of the ,Out iW21Ys15 iiS rCl0S9f to What 55 T N T T right, give a lift to T iilliil A liiii i T t those who have needf htii hiiihhi w ho A l lfgfi chance to control theiiffiirleoiwn ilsivesfj ttt h N icc.. 3 Wh0iC0V'ff the Sumltitieibf ff99d0m-diff ill i qi 77' 'I - . 1 1 . .:tp..t,,,tEi,,f:f .i i-et .ii-:, ,,fsht,, t A f . ,,.. K 1 - i,:7.2ggg,i5qggg5QYS?1553,19I i g- 2 t' 1P5s1-ifj.,f- -' r Q , ,:- f -'.' 1:---f 3 ig,-rf A , . Q fi r 1 ,. .css 5 WE HO UR A GOOD FRIE D .Q 'fir an if Q5 Wt M5 ,, -1 - if N..f s. .fL. ,A fi ---f f, sm , , I it . . aa. 'Ar ,.,.,.g .X His school day begins early and ends late, and as the days become weeks, then months, his months never seem to end for there is that last bill to be paid - usually incurred by some student activity - or one more requisition to be completed for school supplies. He began his Mt, Pleasant Career as a Math teacher in 1968 but soon found himself in the role of an administrator, a position whose limits become limitless. There is hardly a time that his office is free of students who need guidance and supervision as they pursue financial stabi- lity for their activities be it advising a senior treasurer or a yearbook business manager. His chief virtue is his sincere devotion to not only the school but also the students. lll f Because he is a keystone in the structure of school life, we feel 9 s 'W it a privilege to honor our good friend, Mr. Richard Huffman. ,xtlxxv , ,Miz f X X x W I ' in , x , 1- UM f ' i URlEl"'-9 Nw X U 'ig .5 41 J Nt-. l li H' mf ll N l ll l i 'J fx' it t"-on ll N H 6 l ' t ' V,iv A if ff if lf ll l Li 8 ltft t A iff X :gli it la P5 17 lt'- 4 W xl' 5- Nfl TSI' X 3 :uw W 1w,WwV' if z wi 2594 Q um- N ,YN W WL. 2 Life 7, 1 7-..?'3Xf?-xf.f2L V - Q i f X Y ff'-A ia f ff 1,1- Qvrq Q , f ,iffffiij W 5 KITS? X" Table of Contents Some things of the Past Seniors Sports Activities Music and Drama Faculty Unclerclassmen Senior Directory The Bicentennial Year The Green Leaf Staff Wm? p .airy 5 ff? IW " rr: Gerald R. Ford 38111 President usan Ford Shcfmall Tribbiff Governor of clawarc 'Vo Tiw :.LLu1lm:v:s Of xx. fx -ru 1-. 1rf,mmXxv'xf lt, hai: bvfxlx 5.1143 Sims "Nw fouxzflat sgx rs. or ilmixhxxx-A lu. m nf V :Q Miiuwi PENAGADQ Hifqh Srllfkhl: sum- lugs in uw ffxlmmm-, of 1:5 ywm. Lon of ave rg' Schazol grcaw Of'0rt USGS Q .xr-ply C :wr funn QQ of V.-urs 'Q emu, uw :stud-wifi of Mmm: Plwfmns mm .mx xmpmq 1.0 budfi .1 s1,v'Orxsv: rv-14w.1rf and 3 X United Status or n.f-wr-if., gn sum- future by your 1Y' :rad pgfswm-Am-U in purmmq ymr Qaummw, wr . , , , sql ms mu- mnsf: uf l477lf, you gfvfggmfy :uf ' it fmzmica for has thin? w-mmf-3. 34.15 you nc-sfly Lhf' knowlmiaw you 1:.w.- rminvcl zuwrwfss im 11141: mmm qmxlss and my yw :ml www pm- 5, rmfrwd fm- yfm--:.-lv.-N11 .mi .m...x-.mom fm' , ,, mm. swf-army SE1.!:u.x:1 'I'r1b!,'LLL Gow.-sr1or Messages from our Senators Senator William V. Roth lr. Senator loseph R. Biden lr. "ln celebrating the birth of this great nation of ours vve are honoring the courage the men and women who fought for the freedoms we enjoy today. You represent the future of America. l have every faith that you will demonstrate the courage and and wisdom necessary to meet the challenges of tomorrow and to preserve these unique freedoms." "It's a pleasure to extend to Mount Pleasant High School my best wishes in this bicen- tennial year of 1976. Two hundred years young is a good time to rededicate our- selves to the ideals which motivated our founding fathers - and to recapture for the future that same spirit which has produced a national heritage of which we can all be proud." ,eq-s.. . . .c . , . ft'-pg rff ' ' Q .i iw r -trts-f 'r-' f r rrriarl rtfttrrt t ,tan ,. if Q: A g a ,. ' MV' .. ., A W , V A xgasx-X-up:-. . .--- gftilzfkrjf-VQQIQI V ' 1 ta-,wwrq f, , , 4 1 -ff' '. --, and Representative Y, Congressman Pierre S. duPont "The importance of the bicentennial lies not so much in the many symbols of our heri- tage that surround us in this year but rather in the importance of our understanding and appreciating our heritage. A sense of what has given us our freedoms is essential to the maintenance of them." Mouiver PLEASANT WVER - Zi' 12631316 DELA 7 LRE The land was ours before we were the land's. She was our land more than a hundred years Before we were her people. The Gift Outright Robert Frost Anniversaries have a habit of conjuring up memories of the past, this being the year of America's Bicentennial, we reviewed Mount Pleasant's role in the nation's history during this two hundred year period. Although only a recent newcomer to the American scene, the Mount Pleasant School District has played a vital role in the development of the nation's youth, and because of its high position in all phases of education, many reminiscences, looking back through the years, come to light. 1855 - The original schoolhouse was built on the Cartwell Estate, an area that was mostly farmland that now comprises the property of William du Pont. 1863 - Mr. Hanson Robinson bought the Cartwell Estate and the original school, donating a piece of land for a new schoolhouse. 1865 - The new one-room schoolhouse, built from stone, was constructed on the Philadelphia Toll Pike opposite the Mount Pleasant Methodist Church. 1910 - The Mount Pleasant School housed primary and intermediate grades with some classes being held in the barn of Mr. William jordan. Miss Mary l. Robinson, a teacher of the Intermediate grades, formed an Audubon Society, members of the group wore badges with a green and white ribbon. This may have been the origin of the present school colors. 1932 - The present Mount Pleasant Intermediate school was constructed. lt housed grades 1 through 8 and had an enrollment of 400 pupils. 1944 - Parents petitioned the State Board of Education to expand the educational program in the district to grades 1 through high school. 1945 - The State Board of Education recognized the Mount Pleasant District as a special district, enabling the educa- tional program to be supervised by a Board of Education and a superintendent. The first Board of Education included - Mr. C. Edward Duffy, President - Mrs. Lillian L. Paschall, Vice President - Dr. Crayton K. Black - Mrs. Elizabeth C. Rinehart - Dr. Ross L. Neagley, First Superintendent. Q'flllt'FfM, riiii..r1l1UL mi f KX, K r 'alll in W XN l il f""' II I 11 E 11- lllgl FH ll Nal l Q31 wt ll-.i"'q"i-'1ILii?Li'Wii. Ni ,, i EA-si il' 'E ljglllllili llln . '.- QixT.",.' - "' i 1 :K ' , A If "vm .' A,-135 ' I. J , , ,QA N 'ny-A .f- ,' J EL, T f "kgs A?-Ng. K fri! I 75,4 I 15:5 M x Q? ' f 11251 . , A i tx gs. f X ' wi f-ilk!! 1 - 'A .lpn . so f K N, I Al ii-wlisri f .si sg? ,M li fmt if , -:'.'s:3gfa-'-H1feg'S2 , J 'Q' N .., s.. . -.v. i ... , A ft rv ww' get ' 1 1 F fill li, N E1 . .,i .i Y rms .Q :ral iii :l,j ii' kr-W 'fm l -t f Wi -i . ff tll im i El Ng J.: .i 3,9 f i ll 'iii l lin :ti f w"'i.'f 'MGE- -'si i 'f-' sf ' -umm' wig ' ,ga -Fi., i - V, A ' :Z A . L -2- ---- 2 --T... - ' A :Q ,Q A. Xfiu. U V ,,, 1. Q- .il,:, .AH 'II i 1 ravi: -I it :lf Il ni? 52" Tiirr- ifliis, i ,C sl- - p, 1lll--! -alfa V . A fe 21 'TJ 5. Q A-- at Lil inf! 'T ' ,l 'AYTT' ..iL:: . -4 .' V ,tiff ,f' . A U A x SQ' 5 'big CE iiii .ml l l l 'C an l F l I I I I l . - Wm , K Ill'-lg--f- W' - K 5,1 f 1: 3 Sl lilillfile-. . NX I2 1947 - Grades through the twelfth were added. Ray Schwinger became first principal. 1948 - Two new elementary schools, housing grades 1 through 6 were added. These were Silverside and Edge Moor. 1949 - Mr. lohn F. Heiney became Superintendent. The elementary schools had full time principals in charge. 1950 - Mount Pleasant graduated its first class. The Class of 1950 was composed of 31 boys and 33 girls. Mount Pleasant became a full-fledged high school accredited by the Middle Atlantic States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The total enrollment for the district was now 1,472 pupils, 543 in the junior-Senior High School. 'X 1954 - River Road Elementary School and the new gym on the High School were built. 1956 - Carrcroft Elementary School was completed. The enrollment was now 3,250 pupils, 1,950 of them in grades 1 through 6 and 1,300 in grades 7 through 12. Principals of the Elementary schools were Mr. Thomas D. Childrey, Car- rcroft, Mr. joseph Connelly, Edge Moor, Mr. Lawrance M. Furbush, lr., River Road, and Mr. lack G. Rockwell, Silver- side. 1958 - Mount Pleasant Senior High School was occupied for the first time. Kenneth E. Michael became principal. 1960 - Dorothy Stickney who created the rule of Mother on Broadway in Life With Father presented A Lovely Light, The Touching Cameo study of poet Edna St. Vincent Millay. 1962 - Charles Bomboy, who had formerly been a Biology teacher, was named principal to succeed Mr. Michael. Laura Benet, sister of the famous poet Stephen Vincent Benet and a poet and author in her own right, made her first of several appearances at Mr. Pleasant. 451 f V W .fi My I VLH fxfszlgirfmff L ' F-. --iz 3 if 9141 ,,.AV i L L V, gg Mahalia jackson, one of the vvorld's greatest gosepl singers, attracted a huge audience in her concert here, ,ri-V 1963 - lohn Ciardi, well-known poet and poetry editor of The Saturday Review lec- tured to a very appreciative audience. Hal Holbrook in the person of Mark Twain thrilled a capaci- ty audience with his historic performance as the illustrious author. Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt of Broadway and Opera Fame made musical magic for another vast audience. 1964 - Leon Bibb, brilliant folk sing- er, performed to another "Full House". The ever popular piano duo Ferrante and Teicher excited still an- other capacity crowd in their ap- pearance here. Mt. Pleasant au- M ccic .T .J diences heard the stunning De Cor- mier Folk Singers. Noted composer Cy Coleman proved his virtuosity on the key board I4 Senator Edward Kennedy accepted for the john F. Kennedy Library a copy of the 1964 Green Leaf, edited by Frank jones, son of Mrs. joan jones llanguage departmentj. Delaware Senators john William and Ca- leb Boggs were part of the Mt. Pleasant contingent for the presentation. The Green Leaf that year dedicated two pages to the assassinated president. 1965 - lt was a night to remember when British Actor Author Emlyn Williams brought Charles Dickens to life on our stage A most charming folk singer Kay Britten made one of her several appearances here The then very popular Serendipity Singers gave a really great show. An evening of Edgar Allan Poe by Nelson Olmsted fascinated and often amused lovers of the distinguished poet's works, especially the reading of "The Bells". 1966 - jasper Deeter, Founder and director of the World Renowned Hedgerow Theatre and personal friend of playwright Eugene O'Neill, read scenes from A Long Day's journey Into Night. Another Biology teacher, john Michalcewiz succeeded the late Mr. Bomboy as principal of the High School. 1967 - And Still more distinguished visitors to Mt. P. in the person of Nicholas Lindsay, son of Illinois poet Vachel Lindsay. A poet himself, we heard the poems of his immortal father read impeccably. 15 Mt. Pleasant made state history by winning the First State Basketball Tournament. Coach Buddy Clark led the way. 1969 - The first of the Student Council 1970 - The Yearbook of year- And as the jacket of their hit al- ROCl4 Concerts-Vanilla Fudge. CfOWdS books. Almost a collector's item bum still proclaims, Chicago at reminiscent Of the past English Depart- now. The first all-school musical Mt. Pleasant. ment artist series were mesmerized by - Rodgers and Hammerstein's thiS exotic grOUp. enduring Carousel. 1971 - Opera Club members heard world famous tenor Richard Tucker at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band continued the stream of great Rock Concerts by the Student Council. The musical that year was The King and I. On Earth Day, April 21, Theta, a sculpture of Serpentine Stone by Chadds Ford Sculptor, Phelix Brandimarti was unveiled in special ceremonies before many dis- tinguished dignataries. The sculpture now graces the lobby of the High School. 1972 - We discovered the many moods of BB. King, Ed Earle of Bucks County and Broadway Fame came here to direct a stunning West Side Story. iohn Calvin, member of the class of '65, made bigtime on T.V. as the son-in-law on the Paul Lynde Show. 1973 - lohn Dossett made stage history. A Freshman, he was cheered for an encore with Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat in Guys and Dolls. stage The Opera Club met Luciano Pavarotti back- at The Academy after a performance of Rigoletto. Mr. David K, Fauser assumed the office of Supt. of Schools. a T l THE AUDITORIUM FlRE Mr. Ed Earle returned as artist in resi- dence to stage a memorable Carnival. Tom Poston graced the Mt. P. 1974 - The Student Council Rock Concerts Stage in an unforgettable per- did it again with Jackson Browne and formance as Lennie in the Bucks Linda Ronstadt. County production of john Stein- beclds Of Mice and Men. l-11 sig nw- -aiu-W 1975 - The Music Man was added to the impressive list of all-school musicals. The auditorium fire which inconvenienced some phases of school life but which did challenge the ingenuity of the staff and students to carry on as before. Browsing through these pages makes us very much aware that we have much reason to join in our nation's Bicentennial Celebration as we have had the privilege of quality education, that our past is well-documented with note worthy people and that we have been exposed to the most distinguished of our country's cultural scene. f ! ' I r .X away. - -dv-1, fs. x, ua 5 Q -5 -P: -Y rm A 5 1 9 E E F 5 1 5 x I a E K 5, fx Q! i Ex S 5 5 5 2 3 2 2 2 E s E ! e E E 5 5 5 i Z E E 5 1 E 1 2 5 N i I x x x 2 2 2 1 2 S S , E E X , F s 2 :4,mR,w,,MAVMNFQMmMmm,::m.,,,:,Anim kkryy ,,,-:MM f w3,k VVVKVVV I , ,, VV., ,,M,Li:,i mx: Z W,.:,i:1 :,..m.n,22f-1-L:-11.4:1.wu:,.:f,:2vf::2::::::,1:: f-,f:wffwf-- f,::m,f:.,g--., - wwf: :zz-wr ,,1p,,. - 1: 1 -,:::w::- , ,Mm-f::2 -'--- wm.,f,,.:vxvfxmqmm.hagmfegmgwmimxmfgr' ,zlmfzmm-3.:f: Vinmweaw :W-:nm.v.p,wim-ww--1 CLASS OF The Officers of the Class of 1976 were Pres. leff and Treasurer Sarah Alimond. a sighs f 2' -TNQ wi Kgs X- f' -3 "4 X- ' r 2 35 X1 '-- ' T X l ',i!f'.GiN Qq' L . 5: ' 5 -i- W' . In ' ' '-ing! my 1 ww- , I A555 .- A o' '- , -I T xsu ,L 1 .S ff'-X X , Q J 'TJ Xeix mnw f' The Senior Class Advisors were Mr, O'Connor, Miss Windolph, and Dr. Ziegler. 20 Smith, Sec. Kandy Vicary, Vice Pres. Steve Schall, V Sarah Allmond "Prune" ""'5ivi.-1147" David Anderson Kathleen Anderson Richard Anderson Dave Kassy "Rick" William Annable "Bill" N w"N""'w Allison Asay Mark Babiarz "Allison" "Mark" rs K.,. f ew' 1- , I is gsf , J ,, " , . Nancy Bader Susanna Balback IINanCyll Hsuell james Argo llumfl 1:60045 4'1" Mwwuuy .i 1. Alan Balick Theodore Barnett Kathy Basara Ruth Beck "Alan" "Ted" "Kathy" "Ruth" Donald Becker ll Don!! Gordon Beggs llcordyll 1? Leslie Belasco Kim Bellew Richard Berger Deborah Bernhard "Leslie" "Kim" "Rich" "Debbie" 23 + .aww- Denise Bernhard "Bernie" "5-1...-4. N-.., William Bock "Squirrel" if W iff' A . C . V, L i Wayne Blackwell Barbara Blanchard Cathy Belvins llwaynell llBObbyll llcathyll 1 'lul- 'Mia' E-.llc " W'-r-'W i,,Mw-as ?a .- 1.0 , i J 3 :mimi KM- ff ., yin vs 4 . za all 'Ki . ' '. Q:':?f'i'i.f lr -. , my Richard Bonatto ix I I ' I I R'Ck 1? 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'UN Elizabeth Buckley Edward Bucknam Dana Bunting Mark Burins f'Betsy Bongo" "Ed" "Dana" "Mark" 26 C C if Q MM Diane Burris Claire Campbell Eileen Campbell Erin Campbell "Di" "Claire" "Irene" "Erinf' "4 mmvw , fu-1 """"' """"'w0u, Cathleen Candeloro jeffrey Capaldi john Caris Diane Carpenter "Cathy" "jeff" "john" "Diane" 27 Y ,QW '!"w.Yr Maureen Cekine Valerie Cesna lay Chaffin llMaureenl! llVaIH lliayfl 'ink Gerald Chernekoff lana Cicvak john Clayton nRuggyn nlanaff ulohnrf 28 Frances Cathell llcathyll Michael Chambers "Michael" Michael Clingman "Harvey" it Stephen Cluff Ronald Codney Renee Cohen Wendie Cohen "Steve" "Ron" "Renee" "Wendie" , .fu 47 r p .Av Cheryl Conaty "Turtle" Robert Concors "Rob" 1 um'- n..-ww ' 4- 3 , - .,mm1, 21i1,21l1fii Charles Conner Cornelia Conrad Reid Coppock Deborah Cordle "Dan" "Cornelia" "Reid" "Debbie" jeffrey Coslett Carol Coustenis "Cos" "Carol" PY ii. ,NX Kelley Craig "Kelley" li I N ea! iii W Herbert Crowe Ili-ierblf RfPsg1,i::f'ef Wiiitttitkitittiiiiiigi 'TQFYH gd Marcus Dalnogare George Davis Marie Davis Robbin Dawson "Marc" "Big Bird" "Marie" "Robin" '1"""'?' WW' ,-1 M4 Gordon Day Maureen Decker Nancy Dedman Scott DeFoe "Gordy" "Maureen" "Nancy'f "Scott" 31 M. Mitchell Moyer - National Figure Skating Competitor Amanda Dewey Donna DiFerdinando "Amanda" "Donna" M I ,A joseph DiGiaComo Kevin Dillon David DiRaddo Brian Doerner 'flOe" "Kevin'f "Bolo" "Duane" 32 W "i-W' 5 , w .M , joseph Drane llloefl f an v rs 'f x 4 , . .11 fig m . .., Q1: 4 51' w up ,, V2 'avg if if ' 4 K . we f' -K w 4 k lv w ' 5 44249 Q A., V ,w X 1 f'2a:,e fp: ' 5 V J' rw :aff 1 . -izw gfi, - rf W,,.--.A rs . ,wi . M ...,,. Q 1... , mai. .aw M-.mf'mile , , . . 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QW .,., V ,.,. ,f 4 f if My Z1 ri ZZ l r jam f l ill Goldberg john Gobeil Ronald Godwin Kate Golby "lol1n" "Ron" "Kate" "jiIIff Donald Goodman "Goods" i Ronald Goodman llROnll gg ,.,.., Vincent Gordon Gary Gray Connie Greenfield Susan Greenhouse "Vince" "Gary" "Connie" "Sue" 38 p , lg Scott Gregory Ronnie Griffin "Scott" "Griff" 1 J Betty Grimes HBQHYII ff' 5 Q at nr ,I 1-L W ,, A ,fam Mary Alice Grimes 'flviary Alice" - t ,L - k,t, ig r Andrea Groll Cathleen Groorne joseph Gutosky Ruth Hahn 11Andy1f flcathyfr nloelf 39 "Ruth" 525 R : .5 Lx ' , "7A ' 4 a ' , - ' 1' Q3 ,af M ' ,fy I ,f- 'A" . .,Vk 1 t x , -' up an A if-I iff xf Ma ?, Rebecca Hannover llBeCkyll wtf .Nj I J ff fan... A ff an ix 3 , r A, g -rr M251 fix f" 3 , in ' , . P , . . 2 y J 5-,i'i?f,22fLQ H' efee :il EL K 1 2 A' 17" V3fff.:iffVQ-f1w?fJ,r if , 1 :..,g,, 'Q Z , ,1 Y S ' V . ggi, - We fu r , g y Q? -gr viJ,f..5 r f ,cg by W, ite ' 5 ki Nancy Harder llNanCyl! ,Mar Edward Haley Robin Haley "Ned" "Bird" Susan Handelman Mary Haney "Sue" "Mary" Robert Harder Chester Hargreaves james Harpham Gregory Harrnson "Doug" "Chet" "lim" Porker john Heiks Andrea Hein fllackff uAndiff E, ,. 5' E L 1 a ' ' f el 5 Q ii U r 3 5,1 5 E, .lg 2 v 2 a f ,n HI ,M 4 5? 51 if , za ' Q , ,au , r Q in' Y gil ' 5 H I ii 1 1 M.,,r?r ' bg QQ! f or rerr M A s' N 41 IHUGY Heisler Wayne Hepler Stephen Highfield Catherine Hodges ulanetn ffl-lepn Ustephenn llcathyff I' if Heidi Hoegger Jeffery Hoerner Beth Hoffstein "Heidi" Hleffn "HOffi" 42 Audrey Hope "Slim Goody" 'W Z X U ,. ' gig. ,. f -'Wim . so il " i f ie sf' s 711: -wi- fr srg K q ' an '.,,V5,E:'l Y Karen Huber Mark Hudson "Karen" "Lou" 'WN ,mf Nu. lra Horden William Horton "Ira" "Bill'f Robert Huffman Steven Hughes "Spacemanf' "Milton" F Scott Hutchinson Eileen lgo "Scott" "Igo, Yougo" SE -:Sli Y, 2 E gg X. ,gs it 1 t Q 1 my at will 1 z Q 'fl' W!! 5 x 3 al, 3 Q 5 X 3 X , ef 5 M 3' S: la Z Ri . ff 2 r' if f 'ij i , r g V . ,, , w'..::a:gf. iff if Alan Ingalls jayne Irwin Elizabeth jackson llBig All! lqaynell llBethff Nancy james Brian jefferis Diane jenkins William jenkins "Nanc:yf' "Brian" "Dianef' f'BilI" , .iyy Diane jewell "Diane-'f james jernoske "Meatman" 44 ' uf Peter jurmala De-mse Kauffman Terese Kealy Erik Knssa 'Q Peter Kouba "Koobs" Robin Laskey "Robinf' A 7 ii' " Uhr M 5 ,Za Q-H lay Kogan Theresa Koitsch f'Chainsavv" "Tesi" r A .1 V 'J if ' e' s N ' sw if 5? ,K , F s fun' W' 4:2 ,,. , PV Patricia Krauss Paul Kulesza "Patty" "Paul" Emanuel Kountourzis llManny!! Douglas Leamy "Leemas" mv. WNQY RQ kv: Paula Lee james Legates William Leiser Abbe Levitsky llAluapff lllamielf llBiIlfl flAbbell swnm...-ev... Carmen Lewis Elizabeth Lewis janet Lewis Patricia Liro "Rose" "Beth" "janet" "Patty" 47 l Suzanne Littleton Marsha Livingston "Suzanne'f "Marsha" Laurie Louder Lee Lovett Morris Lower Richard MacDonald Leaping Lizard" "Lee" "Bill" "Rick" .-t ts t: irt ss'sii E 5 43 M L eL,,ti iitt it .t,i sttt i Susan MacLean llsuell s-...Q-M joslyn Maerov Tracy Magner Chester Makovvski Carl Malatesta uloslynll ffTraCy11 nc-jhesterff 11Midge11 . 1 G3 Linda Marroni "Linda" E Susan Manners f'5Ue" X -49 ..Lnm,...-nd' W c P Patricia Marsden ll ati! William Marshall Maureen Martinenza Cynthia Maxwell Patrick May HBill" "Maureen" "Cindy" "Pat" Kelly McBride Michael McCabe NMAC!! llMikeIl N Richard McCall Carlynn McDonnell Rick" "CarIynr1'f Thomas McDonough "Tom" joseph McKeown llloell Frank McLaughlin "Frank" B -"?"x- Karen McLeod Mary Ann Meader Jeffery Medgebow Faith Megonigal HMC!! HMary Ann!! llleffll HFaithll Barbara Melie Wendy Messick Pamela Mier Laurie Milevvski uBarbn zawendyff uparnn ffl-al-JI,-ieff Anthony Miller Y W :rl-'onylf 52 Robin Miller llACell L. fd' like Leslie Milling Donna K. Mitchell Donna M. Mitchell Sandra Mittleman "Le5lie'f "Donna" 'fLa Donna" "Sandy" M fi ieiie l eiii Donna Monagle Thomas Monahan Elizabeth Moncure loyce Mooney "Donna" "Tom" "Betsy" "Joyce" 53 Andrew Moore Nancy Moyed Mitchell Moyer IlAr1dyl! llNanCylf llMitChll Michelle Mooney "Michelle" Daniel Mumford William Neifert Carol Nester Carol Nettleton "Dan" "Bill" "Carol'f "Carol" 54 'iiliiifilif ar X Catherine Norton Frederic Nosalik "Cathy" "Fred" joseph O'Donnell lljoell 919' Todd Palmer "Todd Luc Papillon Pamela Pappas Dorothy Parker jeffrey Paul "Luc" "Pam" "Dorothy" "le Kevin Payne "Kevin" Scott Pearl "Scott" ' A f SQICDVNQ it ii , ll 5 Q22 fy .,. ,Ni hvnbvhu NA Q A My l 'A 5 1 1" Qt 1 ,i fl A , If ,ytn fri' ikfslffft, P ' A ,..-, 'f fs, . P 37" Q? V, vMV"'Hv6L,2.3l i ll' 55 PL ..,i, ff fx i4"" , ff? JN' Janice Pease jeffrey Pete Kent Peterson Diane Petrella nianu nyeffreyff uKent11 nDiane11 mi? Lisa Petrillo Edward Pettee Susan Pletz Gunter Pohl "Lisa" "Pet" "Sue" "Roadrunner" 56 QTY' . , .tiwawwm A i titt ,,, i Z,A l William Potts Barbara Preis john Provin Susan Purse E ffwillyff upitafl UIDRDH usuen l l Cynthia Raikovvski Susan Randolph Karen Reece Patti Reed "Cyndee" "Susan'f "Karen" "Patti" janet Rein ffjanetff 'kai Allen Ridgaway "AlIenf' R flats? ' A M gr .. V .. ' -S:5l'f 1"' !jES- - - -- f- 4.1 2 af- ' "' Mary Righos llMaryll v,-f james Rizzo llDaVell xy- . Agr- , if Michael Riley Phyllis Riley "Mike" "Phyllis" Karen Roberts William Roseman "Karen'f "Bill" 58 X fr X . Denise Ritter "DeeDee" -Q' Judy Roseyich "DeeDee" af-eg. IWX Cynthia Royle Amy Rubin Ellan Rubin "CynDee" "Tuba" "Ellan" x 'Vll""""f n a Valerie Rushmere Linda Rutter Rodney Ryle "Val" "Linda" "Reverend" 59 4 Patricia Rupert "Tricia" Michelle Sachs f'Michelle" Nancy Sachs llNanCyl! Donald Selsavage ll Don!! . - 5, Sally Sands Karen Scarponi "Sally" "Karen" Xara.-r wif' Thomas Schmelzer Claudia Schneider Tom "Claudia" Steven Schall jennifer Schenker "Shifty" " enni" fm . 5: l 'iw' l Spin' 2 J .. f I -vo William Schwartz David Scott "Schwartzy" "Leon" his . , YU' Amy Shaffer llAmyll LAP' ,V-in Donna Sheldon "Donna" S ' b Carolyn Shavv "Carolyn" 'CTJTV Linda Shelley "Linda" Y M,- AQ -Nw' Richard Scott james Searcy "Rick" "lim" Karen Shaw Kathleen Shaw "Karen" "Kathi" lil' ' ll l yi " ' QQ' 'l f' O Q ' gm L A fiilfr-LLQ9ct.fg4L'2JVf,L fi' S A lf V- . it as V S ,W To 1 ffl f .Wea g 1' .,- ir- 5"""M'uv H+-.. .,,., ' Sandra Sherman Nancy Short Richard Sickler Donald Sines "Sandy" "Shortyf' "Dicki" 'fDonf' Mary Skomorucha Donna Sloan "Diane'f "Donna" PM f 62 'lea ,. john Sloan Michael Smiley David Smith "john" "Monk" "Dave" Dorothy Smith Grolimund "Dottie" - .4 Q, all I 5.3 0 i 'i - 722 xx.--JM f ' . :ir I, f Q .. ,l Q .X Jiffy , 'xtqx X A ' ,1 wi iiit jeffrey Smith "Smitty" james Snyder lljimll sg 1 ' , ffilITm"'b. i v ii jf' - ' .ii . ..., 11.4 he W cb! z 4f'1" 1 if X k j K F iz - .41 Barbara Sokola "Barb" .fi xv Carolyn Sproat "Carolyn" "Marilyn" Q ' Q - 11 , ' .',h. Marilyn Stapleford Susan Steinke Dennis Sterndale llsuell lfDennyl! Nancy Sterner llNanCyll 5 'Sl - f. : ll , Judith Stevens Nora Steward llludyfl HNOraI! -. 3 Elizabeth Stewart Guy Stewart llpennyll IIGUYII ui ,M A Guy Surer Mina Sutton Lisa Swoboda Robert Sylvester UGUYII 11Minafl nl-isall ffBObll 5? at fl!! fo ,it ff! Q94 K ka :Ji 'YL ',. , , xiii! ' ms' it - 1,533 At,, , - .-, .x , M X, Alexandra Tarabicos "The Greek" t R it L rar.r ,5 5 f iii W, ' 55 I ll l ' K , 3? S if S Z it lf ,If f, ix U 'f iv gif' Himsa Seniors Not Pictured Alice Biddle Carol Cowan Rudolph Dryden Eric Elfman Thomas Heldreth Daniel Horgan Charles Home Lawrence Hudak Susan Hudson james lrvin Howard Jamison Maryann Kazio Kathleen Kelleher Thomas Kelley Harvey Kirkner Frederick LaGaccia Raymond Lavoie Ronald Marley lulie Meade Deborah Miller Denise Monaghan Deborah O'Neal Scott Orechwo Irving Realey Deborah Rhoades William Ridler Donald Smith Charlene Steele Helen Stevenson Carol Taylor Thomas Tullio William Ward Arleen Washkiewicz Wendy Weingrad lodi Wexler Edward Tarlov llEdll jeffrey Taylor uleffff W A Martha Taylor Terri Taylor Terry Themal The Ladder" "Terri" "Terry" 66 Mary Thomson George Tice Charles Till Charles Totten llMary Beth!! llceorgell llTHdO!l llcharliell Robert Towson Michael Traflcante Glenna Trescott jeffrey Trump uBObN 11Mike1f 11GIennall nyefflf Susan Tubbs Sue john Twaddell wmwwm-wr-:M-fwwmwwiwwm,,wwwww.',:12mrfwMwgWm, I ll O h n H 67 if , ,, I ax X X X f X ,. QQ-rifgffrwu v 'Q' la 3 4 ' i J' KP lf! 6 f fi 'W WR ra f"v Robert Twadell Kenneth Tyson 11BObH nl-arryrl 3' A Patrick Van Veen Guy VanderLek llpatll IIGUYII we . Catherine Van Sice Karen Vicary ffcathylf 11Kandylf Kim Vietri llKim!l Dwight Walker "Dwight" A X jg' Lf Rebecca Waring Deborah Wartel fix V X, "Becky" "Debbie'f ,C Q5 lr f C f A 1 lf 'Vt Alfred Wassynger Carolyn Watts "Carol" john Webb Bruce Weiner Ciail Weinstein Charles Wetherholt "john" "Bruce" "Gail" "Christopher" l 69 qywwa. Arthur Whaley Nancy Whaley Dorothy White Cynthia Whitner llWa Lal! llNanCy!! llspotll llSin!l 'NE john Wierzbowski Eric Williams Sharon Williams Brian Wilson "john" "Eric" "Sharon" "Brian" Ei, in C 'W'l K , I K K Ul'l!EUrtl!SOf1 i ati tr e W 70 Wy, Sandra Wilson Samuel Wolhar jeffrey Wooleyhan David Wright "Sandy" "Reds" "WooIey" "Dave" N Sharon Wright Christopher Yetter Kim Young Julie Zeftel "Sharon" "Chris" "Kirnbo'f "julie" .MM,,Mwy 'H 71 Michael Albanese Norman Buczik Laurie Calloway Mark Cinaglia "Mike" "Norm'f "Laurie'f "Mark" Kathy Clauges SuS21r1 Hudson Thomas Monahan james Phillips "Kathy" "Sue" "Tom'f f'lim" 1 David Plittman janis Richter Robert Scheu Julia Schein ,1DaVe1l NLR!! ffRObH niuliell . OUR APOLOGIES FOR THIS ALPHABETICAL DISORDER . . . the Editor 72 .alibi Anne Secor Donald Selsavage Terrence Short Susan Spinden llAnnel! lfDOn7I IIT!! llguell '51 "Q"""'r Stephen Streiker "Steve" David Wolfson "Dave" SUPER SOCCER SEASON SUPER SOCCER SCHEDULE S E Mt. P. Opponent 4 Tower Hill 0 2 Cape Henlopen 0 3 Christiana 0 1 Wm. Penn 0 1 A. I. DuPont 0 2 Glasgow 0 2 Delcastle 1 1 Conrad 2 3 Brandywine 1 1 Newark 0 5 McKean 0 1 Dickinson 0 0 Conrad 1 2 Cape Henlopen 0 0 Brandywine 2 Bruce lornlin: 3rd Knights Win Again! Steve Schall: Third Team All-Conference Team All-Conference. 'ab I fl' 4 4 i Lief Alnes: First Team Al Flores Second Team Ted Barnett: First Team Dave Smith: Alias All-State and All-Conf. All-State and Second All-Conference, Second Smith Dave. Team All-Conference. All-State. 76 Mt. Pleasant can well be proud of the finest soccer team in the history of the sport at our school. Except for losing in the semi-finals of the State Tournament to Brandywine, whom they had defeated earlier in the season, The Knights' displayed stunning power by finishing the regular season with an 11-2 record. They defeated Cape Henlopen in the quarter-finals, this according to Coach Landis was their finest hour. y The outstanding characteristic of this squad was their cohesiveness, they performed as a team. Their strength was the balance of power both offensively and defensively. Among the players who distinguished themselves were Bruce lornlin, Dave Smith, Leif Alnes, and Gary Essayan, the goalie who managed 10 shutouts during the season. This yearfs Captains were Steve Schall and Bruce lornlin. When the All-State players were selected, Mt. Pleasant placed Leif Alnes 1st Team, Ted Barnett and Al Flores 2nd Team. Named to the All-Conference First Team were Leif Alnes and Ted Barnett, Second Team, Al Flores, 3rd Team, Steve Schall and Bruce lornlin. Ably assisted by Mr. David Menser, Coach Landis was proud of the Team's best record to date. Clary Essayan, had 10 shutouts this season. BALLGIRLS - Cindy Rich, Cyndee Ralkowski, Laurie Wheeler, Melanie Zehrung. Not pictured: Sue Cooper. leff Coslett Brian Doerner 77 n loe DiGiacomo Mike Schwartz Pat Norton Socc 'er to 'em! Blake Ryan i ml P f' ff!! t , fm 'A f 5 i I X W, -'Lo f ' J 1 lim Powell ' if Erik Fyrwald ' va' W f. "77" Knights Will Carry On The Winning Trend! Mr. Robert Landis, Head Soccer Coach since 1968. 78 V, V a 4 z Way to use your head, Teddy!! "I Swear!" "That's Cool " "Very Un -" "SIowdy" "Smith Dave" "Shifty SchaIl" "Coz" "Pele" "Norway" "Guatemala" "Lyle Weiss" KNIGHTS Are What? Red Hot! Another penalty kick by Leif Alnes!!! 'if' 'viii A A85 '. ' . E65 -V 'V .. 1' -f. ff' ' ,- ff - :fl . b 'Q A' .,s 05,4 ,Q xi Q? I 'th il ' l 'sh J: , -Q - , ' fu Q ye, . ' " , ...V ng- '- A . '-'4 ' .. - if' . gg'-.f . fq- -' N .an .pus x ,Z .H A 1 , . A NE: K , v. 3 X l , Q . .1 ' H til, ' 1 4 A Left: Lyle and jeff finish painting the wall Below: Al passes the ball to Leif. . 1 ,w ' .i . . - l ,QA 'V V t ' .kf A. ' ' ,. , -.. "' 'M ' - T' r 7 A , f' 'rx .fr x' , e r Lag 'miiffwi fr . f 1 my ' We-'::f',5t-g..,',Cf will Q l ' l V ,.' ' , .V-' , , f ,,, L, I 1 , -. ,.5'l"'fl'wy15,IT,wg,Zlw,.ifa K -I 8 ' " "T'f'-W A3 :A JT7' v,,455t,,f ,5.f , f f - 4 1. lf-M .Sf ,X A wi, I if Q T' F!" . I-,w vf , .,,,, x f'-Tl"f3,f' ' ,G-',yiHJ.f'i!"?ffs'f ,,' . zrlfltlifix' H 5' .flxlfimfw a'w::i'3f4.AfP' 'M ,4- 2.34. j.V. Soccer: Left to right: Chris Cluff, Dicky Bochrnan, lim Bochman, Mike Osman, Dion Taylor, Burley Melton, Spencer Booz. Row 2: lim Hughes, Reave Redman, Dana Walker, Wayane Shaw, Craig Leiser, Robert Moran, l.V. SOCCER Mt. P. Opponent 3 Tower Hill 0 8 Cape Henlopen 0 0 Christiana 1 1 Wm. Penn 1 2 A. I. DuPont 3 2 Glasgow 0 1 Delcastle 1 1 Concord 3 0 Brandywine 2 1 Newark 1 1 McKean 3 0 Dickinson 2 1 ,aoooo Conrad 0 xxxxsgxt.-MRKRM xwsmxxxxxxxxxq 'xwswssaxxxxxw Wwwxxmxc XXXNAW tewxxxwt X550 Ni Here it comes, Pat! 81 it Q. l?AL , if ,, ij , JV. V. , . JW,,'4 , L 455 If EXCITI G HOCKEY SEASO Because of the 1975 Girls Hockey Teamfs successful season with a record of 9 wins, 3 losses, 1 tie, they advanced into the state tournament as the at large team. They opposed Laurel but unfortunately Laurel slid by with a victory of 1-O. The team, coached by Miss Ewan and Miss Ellison, was of unusual size of 60 girls. There were two practice sessions a day, and three sections, Varsity, l.V., and Freshman. The coaches tried a number of new systems. The girls went with the new advanced 4-2-3-1 system, which allows deeper defense, more mid-field play, and a very aggressive front. This also taught the girls more versatility of positions. The team spirit was kept high by the captains, Sue Manners and Alice Biddle. The managers were Marie Diane, Mary Ellen Schnieder and Siobain Mulhern. 82 1st: Mary Ellen Schneider, leanett Mori, Sue Manners, Denise Bratten, Julie Schumacher, Kathy Koelle, Alice Biddle Thea Amato 2nd Siobahn Mulhern, Alice Wainwright, Kelly Craig, Mary Potts, Barbara Lilley, Mary Diana, Miss Ewan. We They They Varsity Delcastle 5-0 Concord 1-2 Christiana 0-1 Wm. Penn 1-1 A. I. duPont 1-0 Mc Kean 1-1 Dickinson 2-0 Conrad 1-0 Claymont 3-1 Brandywine 0-2 Newark 2-0 Middletown 1-0 Glasgow 3-0 State Tournament - Laurel 0-1 Coach: Miss Ewan Captains: Sue Manners, Alice Biddle fi lst: l to r, Becky Davies, Tracy Bender, Laurie Curl, Penny Stewart, Marie, Kim lde, Stephanie Kaier, Holly Ryder, Carol Melie, Lori Hathaway. 2ndg Brenda:Martin, Robin Wagner, Nancy Blizzard, Kathy Moyer, ludy Marshal, Liz Kealy, Marie Barbeza, Karen Shaw, Andy Hein, Missy Engler, Kate McNichol. lst: l to r. Ioan Healy, Kelly Winkler, Patti Wheatly, Margaret VanHeek, lamie Fleegle, Kyle Isaacs, Chris Wilson, lanet Wright. Znd: Cindy Ambrosino, Carolyn Kates, Sharon Paulshock, Lisa Peters, Kathy Butler, Karen Kruzinski, Pattie Towle, julie Donoghy, Michelle Ozoroski, Kim Kotula, Karen Seirbert, Kim Ozenwinski, 84 ' Q fr,- 0, 1 H - V Q1 M ' 4 'Ml iff V M :avi W .1 ,gm ', ,hi 4 . . ' 4 vfmw 5. .-rx ax f 3 K lGl-ITS DEFENSE DQES UEXCEPTIQ ALICE" Mt. P. 0 6 24 13 10 9 6 2 7 8 Football: Row 1, left to right, Terry Short, Carl Malatesta, Ed Pettee, loe Drane, George Davis, Matt Engler, Jeff Wooleyhan, Bill Potts, Gregg Harrison, Don Goodman, Eric Williams, Steve Cluff, loe Gutosky. Row 2, Mgr, Rich Kokk, Doug Phillips, David Handleman, Ralph Fauser, Mike Lamborn, Scott Carpenter, Dave Scott, Mike Fisher, john Kotula, Mark Cinaglia, Bob Vicary, Chris Rowe, Steve Dandridge, lerome Farrington, Mgr. Ken Lipstien, Row 3, Doug Amafatano, Chris Knauss, Pat Canning, Steve Merrick, Al Minuti, Ron Sutton, lim Hull, Sean Kelleher, Phill Claeys, Chris Prycino, lim Pletz, Chris Coleman, Hal Goodwin, Mgr. Bob Kok, Row 4, Head Coach Dellaquila, Coach Gumrot, Coach Maxwell, Coach Scott. Varsity Football St. james Concord Delcastle Wilmington Newark Christiana Conrad Salesianum Wm. Penn Brandywine iiilalwllit, Opponent 33 24 14 0 14 6 14 19 6 19 COACHES: Left to Right, Head Freshman Coach. H. G. Houser, Asst. Coach l. Maxwell Asst. Coach M. 1. Gumrot, Head Varsity Coach N, Dellquila, Asst. Coach L. Scott, Asst Coach France. 87 .E , ,ff Steve "Cluffer" Carl "Muff" Malatesta joe "Woffy" Drane Matt Engler Cluff - Capt. GREE CLASS K IGI-ITS .JV Don 'Goods" Mark "Cinag" Goodman Cinaglia Ed Pettee f .wf 1'."'l be . ff. A if-V R ,ri ix 'i ' W-1.3: '. ' .3551 'X s .,-3.: nf r - -,--'ft 5 U :J George "Big Bird" Davis joe "Guts" Gutosky leff "Wooley" Eric "Reak" Williams Billy "Willy" Potts Wooleyhan 88 Mr. Nick Dellaquila, who had been an assistant coach for two years, advanced to Head Coach when former Coach Tom Lapinski accepted Head Coach at Swarthmore. Well- experienced for the job, Mr. Dellaquila had high hopes with newcomer Terry Short as quarterback and returning letter- men Carl Malatesta, joe Drane, and Steve Cluff, who were elected captains. This was a disappointing season for the Knights who finished with four wins and six losses. Although the defen- sive performance was exceptional in most games, the great- est disappointment was the number of turnovers by the offense. Steve Cluff, however, turned in a generally out- standing performance in most games. . . LA. V. . .',, A VV.. ...-.V. ,A i r Terry "Tee" Short Dave "Scotty" Scott 89 After a humiliating loss to St. james in the opener, and to Concord, the Knights came back and defeated Delcastle and Wilmington. Then came the Newark game, the toughest of the season, the Knights played well, but the victory went to Newark. The Knights squeaked by Christiana, with a field goal by john Kotula and managed to win against William Penn. The loss to Brandywine was one of the real setbacks of an otherwise difficult first year for Coach Dellaquila. The following Green Knights earned selections: Ed Pettee, lst Team Defensive End, Don Goodman, ist Team Offen- sive Endg joe Gutosky, 2nd Team Guard, Chris Rowe, 2nd Team Defensive Tackle, john Kotula, 2nd Team Specialty, and the following Honorable Mentions: Steve Cluff, Matt Engler, Terry Short, john Kotula, and Glenn Thomas. Gregg "Yankee Clipper" Harrison l.V. Football Mt. P. 14 St. james 6 Concord 6 Delcastle 0 Wilmington 0 Newark 8 Christiana 6 Conrad 12 Salesianum 8 Wm. Penn 6 Brandywine Opponent 16 7 6 18 19 19 10 14 0 6 Yes, he was creamed! EW. 1.. .Q H 'XX .J --af . t f'.fum1,, .V rs. s ,Iggy lf l is K n - wiv . 4 A -f lohn Kotulap 2nd Team Specialties and Hon. Chris Roweg 2nd Team Def. Tackle All- Glenn Thomas Honorable Mention All Men. All-Conference Conference Conference 90 ,, Freshman Football: Row 1, Keith Taylor, George Lyon Richard Barraclough Bruce Drainer Robert Adams Keith Burns lohn Volk julian Minor, Richard Setting, lim Martin, Row 2, lim Milligan Robert Soul Michael losephson lim Blake jeff Herron David Goorland lon Seitz jeff Bennett, Glenn Waples, Andrew Smiley Row 3 Robert Stone Lenny Kostow Scott Goldstein Larry Lorenz Iohn Shelley Lee Melby Marty Capasso, Mark Osman, loseph Eckridge Bozo Fatovic Mgr Neal Blanchard Bill Bishop Dan Menear Coach Houser lohn Bucknam lnot picturedl. Freshman Football Mt. P. 8 0 0 6 14 2 Christiana Wm. Penn Salesianum Newark Wilmington St. Marks Opponent 26 6 6 6 14 26 Coach Max in "action" The 1975 Girls Volleyball Team had a very successful season, a record of 12 wins and 2 losses, which put them in the State Tournament as the at large team. They played against Christiana, to whom they had lost during the regular season, and won with a score 2-1. They then went on to battle for first place against A. I. duPont. A. I. duPont slid by with a winning score of 2-1, the Green Knights took second place in the conference. The team of 33 girls was coached by Mrs. Stewart and a volunteer assistant, Mrs. Bekowski. The girls worked hard diving and rolling for the ball, spikes and setups. The team spirit was kept up by Varsity captains, Karen Huber and Debbie Brand, l.V. captains, Beth lacks and Dora Ritter. The managers were Cathy Craig and Connie Lee. SENSATIO AL VOLLEYBALL TEA 92 lst Row: L. to R. Debbie Brand, Karen Huber. 2nd Row: Connie Lee, Cathy Graig, Dora Ritter, loyce Borchardt, Lise Groover Karen Mori Sue McGregor, lane Yalislove, Meryl Schenk, Lynn Clark, Aggie Budishak. 3rd Row: Sue Greenhouse, Kathy VanSice, Karen Frankel Kathy Rosen, Maggie Fleming, Beth jacks, Marylane Gladnick, Sharon Angeline, Karen Sheldon, Sue McMullen, Kandy Vicary Mrs Stewart 4th Row: Diane Cason, julie Hoops, Lynn lump, Eileen McLaughlin, Laurie Barbour, Debby Himber, Michelle Voss, Karen Zahnow Coach: Mrs. Stewart Captains: Karen Huber, Debbie Brand Concord Delcastle Howard Wilmington McKean Newark Middletown Christiana P. S. duPont Conrad Brandywine Ursuline St. Marks Wm. Penn State Tournament Christiana A. l. duPont Varsity Mt. P. Opp Opp. 2-O 2-0 2-0 2-O 2-0 2-1 2-O 2-1 2-O 2-O 2-1 2-0 2-O 0-2 ff W' i AA sq 3 '23 JN ' " ,Mm ! STATE TGURNAMENT RUNNER-UP lim 'fKip" Cano Brightens Knights Season lim "Kip" Cano Ron Griffin CROSS COUNTRY Mt. P. Opponent 28 St. Eliz. 27 28 McKean 27 31 Wm. Penn 25 29 Conrad 26 19 Concord 36 36 P. S. DuPont 25 43 Salesianum 20 38 Christiana 23 43 Newark 20 41 Brandywine 20 30 Delcastle 25 35 Claymont 24 Blue Hen Conf. State Meet 11th ln what was a lackluster season for our cross country team there was something to shout about in lim Cano's all-around performance. jim Cano, Captain of the team, ran through the Dual Meet ftwelve matchesj completely undefeated. He went on to place first in the Blue Hen Conference meet and second in the state. The other two seniors on the team were Tom Tullio, running for his third season and Ron Griffin running for two seasons. The one weakness that crippled our team was the lack of participation. Coach Crowther hopes for a larger team next season to replace the three graduating seniors. Mr. lohn W. Crowther, Cross Country Coach since 1962, is looking forward, Tom -I-umo more optimisticly, to a season of hopeful improvement. 96 .112 - , Cross Country Team: Back Row, left to right, Torn Tullio, lim Cano, Ron Griffin, Rick Adkins, Front row, Robert Paris, David Hager, jeff Lucas. Not Pictured are Marc Beaumont and Mike Budischak gk fffiif - . a x -mfr?-LA. . .' - erm V, fm Mount Pleasant cheerleaders cheered on our 1975-1976 teams with much spirit and enthusiasm. They worked hard practicing for four big seasons, football, soccer, wrestling, and basketball, including all the state tourna- ment games. They cheered at approximately fifty-five games in all. Tryouts in the spring bring out a large number of contestants. Cheerleading is not only much hard Work but there is also a great satisfaction in cheering on a winning team. They also plan activities in the school. They are in charge and do all the arranging for the Home-Coming. This one weekend starts with the Home- Coming football game and halftime, the party after the game, and the Home-Coming Dance that night for the Queen. They also have a garage sale to raise money for new pompoms. The seniors not only cheer for the school year but have a chance to cheer at the end of the summer for the All-Star Game. QUR ENERG ETIC CHEERLEADERS l 4 LV. and Varsity. lst Row: L to R. Cathy Candeloro, Abbe Levitsky, Cathy Norton. 2nd Row: Mary Sweeney, Rachel Ashley, Cecilia Rowe, Kelly Bradshaw, Carolyn Collins, Sandy McKaig, Ellen McGregor, Carol Sweeney, Betsy Simonds. 3 1' f V Q Q I . ' Captain: Abbe Levitsky lcenterl Co-captainirzr Cathy Candeloro fleftl, Cathy Norton Qrightl. wtf' QQ , l ml- Yi ,. My Close Scores and Injuries Set Left: Co-Capt. Scott Hutchinson, one of the top scorers and most dedicated players. Right: Co-Capt. Mark Hudson suffered knee injury to put him out of several games, but his dedication to his team placed him back on the court. leff TGYIOV, 35 SCOFEF in Flight A Above: Bill Leiser Below:ScottGregory with more than 283 points. g, Dave DiRaddo Knights Back Terry Short was 325 scorer in Flight A. . 1 ,. ,., . 121:-' if Y, s s k r E we Mt. P. 59 Conrad 48 St. Marks 41 Sallies 63 Christiana 48 Wilmington 65 Newark 52 Delcastle 49 Brandywine 43 Wm. Penn 65 Archmere 59 Conrad 67 Christiana 50 Wilmington 67 Newark 88 Delcastle 52 Concord 56 Brandywine 53 Sallies 77 Wm. Penn Al ' Mike Conley OPP 61 68 42 52 74 70 36 65 39 64 63 52 75 71 54 58 64 62 59 Bill Leiser starts game with a jump ball. The first game of the season against Conrad tells the story. At the close of the lst, 2nd, and 3rd quarters the Knights were either tied with or ahead of the Redskins until the end of the 4th quarter when the Redskins went ahead by 2 points to win the game. In short, out of the nineteen games, we were victorious in seven games, and came within ten points of defeating eight other opponents. Other set backs were the injuries suffered by Mark Hudson, Scott Hutchinson, jeff Taylor, and Mike Conley. The team will be losing seven good seniors: Co-Capts. Scott Hutchinson and Mark Hudson, jeff Taylor, Terri Short, Bill Leiser, Dave DiRaddo, and Scott Gregory. " lg T -' lay Mikesell it ii' 4' iw it 'li , 5 K M F' is fs. 3 , K Ljffj M ..... 'I f. c 'kl' -iii ' ' i?f5'.,Q 2' ' ij-fflfg Z' - ij rf . Rich Mathis lay Daly 101 Coach Fentzloff Suffers Disappointing Season x2 if .,. 1, i ' Standing left to right: lay Daly, Scott Gregory, Rob Siegfried, Rich Mathis, lay Mikeseil, Mike Conley, Co-Capt. Mark Hudson, Bill Leiser, Dave DiRaddo, leff Taylor, Terri Short, Co-Capt. Scott Hutchinson, Managers Richy Seraiva and Robert lanes, Varsity Coach Fentzloff, Manager Scott Abrams, . . i. i f r em i i n s 37525 :ALL H' wr , i ,,, ,,,4 M , i :W f 'K ,it .W V ,,,,, , ,pr .1 ' - . 'X ,aa M P in Kneeling left to right: Stuart Edmunds, Paul Gladnick, Chris Broughton, loe Ambrosino, David Cox, Paul Fallers, Standing Left to Right: George Phillips, leff Goldstein, Coach Maxwell, Mike Osman, Tom Williams, Bill Shinn. l.V. Basketball record was 5-'l5. The outstanding player on l.V. this year was Bill Shinn. Coach Maxwell looks forward to better seasons. Y left Goldstein and loe Ambrosino start the ball down the court. 103 'l ,---W Tom Williams take a shot for 2 pts 1" ...eff C s Q,y S NK IT K IGI-ITS!! N.-r' r' 1 ll . .,- A 9 , . -gf r N.,. .11 'fa .AD ' x X Q in 1. i M.T.P. 57 43 57 51 42 40 62 55 56 65 51 67 49 Kneeling Left to Right: Robert Konstanzer, Lenny Kostow, Co-Capt. Mark Sudimack Dave Ellsworth Standing Left to Right: Manager lamie Fleegle, Keith Taylor, Lee Melby, Co-Capt. john Shelley, Coach O Connor Neil Blanchard Ken Fox, Manager Margaret Van Heek, Not Pictured lim Milligan St. Marks Claymont Hanby Sallies Archmere Hanby Newark Sallies Archmere Forwood P.S. DuPont Howard St. Marks OPP. 55 34 28 37 48 35 28 53 44 32 66 42 66 lohn OlConnor coaches team onto victorious season Left Co Capt lohn Shelley most outstanding player. Starting the season off the Freshman had consecutive victories against St. Marks, Claymont, and Hanby. They then suffered losses to Sallies and Archmere. Then came a five game win- ning streak. To finish the season they lost to P.S. DuPont, returned with a win against Howard, and suffered a final loss against St. Marks. The Fresh- man team completed the season with a 9-4 record. They carried the advan- tage of an average height of six feet. They also had an enthusiastic coach, Mr. john O'Connor who contributed greatly to their success. Mr. O'Connor believes great teams are made of great individuals, To become a great individ- ual requires a commitment to hard work all year and this is what this years freshman team gave him. . V . 85 ":' M f 551:41 K-..AQ-WCA-rsamg,, R WWW ' ' 'iilmf X - Opponent Padua William Penn Conrad Christiana Wilmington Newark Delcastle Concord Brandywine William Penn Conrad Christiana Wilmington Newark Delcastle Concord Brandywine Ursuline 106 GIRLS COMPLETE IMPRESSIVE SEASON This year's Girls Basketball Team coached by Ms. Ellison had a slow start but finished strongly with a 10-8 record overall. The team captains Debbie Brand and Sue Frangia led their team- mates to a third place position in Flight A division. Leading scorer was Debbie Brand with a total of 251 points for the season. The team will only be losing two seniors so that they should look for a promising season for next year. The l.V. team coached by Mrs. Chris Bekowski finished with a 8-10 overall record. The team was young consisting of all freshmen. These girls should give great strength to a possible spot on the varsity team for next year. Varsity junior Varsity OPP MTP OPP MTP 34 27 22 34 24 26 51 18 15 33 18 14 62 6 8 19 12 14 67 39 29 17 47 22 19 35 18 32 46 17 18 47 24 38 37 18 27 55 8 28 78 41 39 29 42 21 16 36 31 19 as ' 5 5 15:3 N -1 f :fp was-fi ' 1- First Row: Monica Igo, Carol Melie, Debbie Brand, Marie Berbeza, Denise Schneider. Second Row: Marianne Monagie, Gloria Ch Kathy Brand fStandingJ, Caryn Gioyd, Karen Mori, Liz Keaiy. ambers I ,,': rgc. . L 5 J V ikr A Zi eccl af W i Nunn WM 'lull crr, ,mc MMM. WMW,,...,m. 5 V . V Nl V, , , W fi . m Z ,EU is .W L' Frrst Row Mrs Bekovvskl Sheila Rose Patty Towle Shayna Coomn Karen Sheldon Patty Wheatley Mary lane Gladnlck Second Row Cathy Butler Michelle Voss, Lynn lump Karen VanOot 59300 1 mv jf ,K-, ' W-vwfxg n ' 9. , 'Q 3 s . ,,,,w5e"'- ', gp 1-A., is LL, f. s v 'L H. W 2 fi' i 'pagan ' m Wu ,LLA l ' ' 259 ' E ,, ,,.A-up if wi R 4. x Rx As Season Progressed umber of Wrestlers Decreased 1 4 M ets 'Q -., WX, A e....3n ,rsr . as Co-Capt, Andy Moore Senior Steve Cluff shows outstanding performance this year, losing only one match, l'lO Co-Capt. Tom Heldreth On November 15th 1975 practice began for the Mt.P. wrestlers At this time there were sixty- two boys signed up. This number decreased as the season progressed because of injuries and lack of interest. From the remaining twenty-eight wrestlers there was one who was to be a pleasant surprise for our team. This was Senior Steve Cluff, who wrestled at 155lbs. and lost only one match this season. Capt. Tom Heldreth placed third in the State Tournament last year and fourth this year, so his outstanding record this year was not unex- pected. Capt. Andy Moore finished his season with a very good record and a broken arm. This final record of the season was 2-9, defeat- ing Christiana and Concord. Next year seems dim for the Knights, while the heaviest returning wrestler is a 165 pounder. One of the returning letterman and most dedi- cated is junior Claude Mette, who is actually a much better wrestler than his record indicated. Kneeling left to right: Claude Mette, Capt, Tom Heldreth, john Rendle, lim Pokey, Kevin McGrorv, Dante Zappacosta Standing left to right: Asst, Coach Delohn, George Davis, leff Smith, Bill Potts, Steve Cluff, Iohn Tvvaddell, Andy Moore and Coach Baker Hi . 41- K ' Above: Co-Capts. Andy Moore and Torn Heldreth. Below: lunior Claude Mette Above: Senior Bill Potts, Record 8-3 . ,- uue?351Q.' r -4432555 ,K .,., rm. Kneeling left to right: Mark Nordquist, Barry Dilks, Mark Beaumont, lim Durney, Bob Simonds. Standing left to right: Asst. Coach Dejohn, Mike Voss, Terry Baker, Swede Dibble, Kevin Lilley, Tom Wade, Coach Baker, Not Pictured are Mike Richardson, George Frey, Brian Eltringham, Kevin Eltringham, Craig Snyder, Dan McGrory, Dave Swartz, Orest Stelmach, The 1.V. Wrestlers battled through a rough season. Finishing with a record of 0-11. Coach Dejohn suffering a dis- appointing season this year looks for- ward to better seasons. Asst. Coach Deiohn and j,V. Team. S T12 Barry Diiks reverses on opponent. F, F Kneeling left to right: Tom Potter, Chris Cluff, Kevin McGrory, Bob Simonds, Dante Zappacosta. Standing left to right: Steve Decker, Mike Buchnam, Swede Dibble, lim Blake, Marty Capasso. Not pictured Peter Broughton, David Goodman, Chris Zuber and Coach Phil Sereni. The Freshman Wrestlers coached by Phil Sereni suffered a very dis- appointing season due to lack of par- ticipation. The season's record was 0-6. , 7 S l'l3 Bottom Row L. To R.: David Watts, Ted Caddell, Co-Capt. Brian Jefferies Co-Capt. Eric Kissa, Mike Clingman, Evan jones. Middle Row L. To R.: Coach lgnatieff, Ray Lavoie, Craig Leiser, Sean Dahl, Andy Booz, jeff Wolff, Rob Stone. Top Row L. To R.: Dave Dunwoody, Doug Harder, Chris Knauss, Brian Waring, Bruce Gemmel, Kriss Wilson. Not pictured: Mike Rendle, John Burr. Outstanding Team Brings in Best Season in Four Years N ' 7 F E, ' 'I U .: Jw ., , ,. 4 A K V l V I ur Q ,,, k,V-. my M . T .. N' :LN V if ...wifi K ...,. 1 I . 'f , El ' I VV.. H , ' ,'-i I " 1. . K at RAAV ' . 1 z -'.-1 Q K .lk I in g! -Q. ., - is ..... ' ,.,: ,,,,,,,,.. fffflf V ., 'l'iii'1 i " if- 1 'Af' .l.g5 .gt fll V.. V -:vf- V H 5. T i f s'iir'r T , 1 - N. . . . s - ..,r iz el' 4 ..f. . , ' T5 . ' ii . P55232 - 114 pool topractice in outstanding season Without the help of our own this year the swim team had an with a record of 7-4-O. One of the most outstanding man Bruce Gemmel. He won Coach lgnatieff placed him in. As a whole the team improved throughout the year but sophomore Ted Caddell improved so much in his breast stroke that by the end of the season his times were better than the two seniors who usually swam that event. swimmers is Fresh- nearly every event Top left: Knights are ready to race Left: Co-Capt. Brian Iefferis, Coach lgnatieff and Co-Captain Eric Kissa -I if Q W M J.. FIG. A-rx mme gf ., A A A .0 ,B Q-,nn N HLA' f :ww wg 5, 2, ffflhwil ,mn amy, ,. 1, ,ml K ,. fy- I K' 'L Wifi www g f4l'3'lj9 . NPGS. uae W ,. J. ' ff. ae. ,M nj, , , 'rxsma as 1 A , L. i, V I b xl I x i ,B k . 'J' X f ' I .. ' - wan.. kg, , . ms, ., .,,,. I - I ,- V i K un, ., ,. ,V I I ' . ,,. A . ,zvff , Above left: Dave Dunwoody. Above: Eric Kissa, Brian Jeffries, Below: Andy Booz. ,,,, H ffe," if ",-- .,., ., ., Scorers Time keepers Standing: lanis Richter, Seated: Denise Bernhard, Betsy Moncure, lanet Hg-iglerl Laurie Calloway, Penny Stewart, Standing: Betty Faust. ' h, h I t' ff , A 4 years boys Swim mac lo n gm Ie Kneeling L to R: Donna Hoback, lanice Gill ll5 The 1975-1976 Girls Swim Team had a very successful season. They had a record of six wins and two losses. They also finished third in the Delaware State Swim Meet with eight gold medals, one silver, one bronze medal. Sue jackson won three gold medals. Dayle Simunovich won one gold, one silver, and one bronze medals. Laurie Barbaur won two gold medal. Sheri Hutson won one gold medal. Cheryl Frawley won one gold medal. The girls also set four new pool records. The team had practice at 5:30 or 6:30 in the morning. They were coached by Mrs. Carlson and the captains were Sara Allmond and Donna Monagle. GIRLS TAKE TO WATER Concord Christiana Wm. Penn Brandywine Glasgow Claymont Newark McKean 116 MTP OPPONENT 23 116 103 79 100 90 110 94.5 60 52 66 92 70 81 72 76.5 L. to R. ist Row: Meg Ford, Sheri Hutson, Claire Ford, Amy Hamburger, Gwen Knapp. 2nd Row: Libby McDonnell, Cheryl Frawley, Kathy Hodges, Sara Allmond, Vicki Brill, Missy Engler, Kate McNichol, Chris Sachs, Kay Conner. 3rd Row: Marianne Fleming, Donna Monagle, Patti Granger, Ellen McGregor, Margie Hamburger, Mary Hodges. Not Pictured: Sue jackson, Dayle Simunovich, Laurie Barbour, Leanne Pappas, Aft g ,uf- .-4 5 ' 1 M WINTER TRACK KEPT PACE Mr. john Crovvther has coached Winter Track since 1962. Coach Crowther also deserves recognition for his coaching in Track 84 Field since 1957 and Cross Country since 1961, he has dedicated more of his time than any other coach. The team members for winter track this year were Seniors Leif Alnes, lim Cano, Ron Griffin, Andrea Hein, Robin Miller, Tom Tullio. juniors: Gary Burkle, Bill McClure, Mason Saltzman. Sophomores: Ricky Adkins, Pat Burke, David Hager, George Halterman, jeff Lucas and Robert Weldon, Freshman: Bill Bishop, Mike Budischak, Bill Leamy, Luke Meddings, lon Seitz. Most beneficial to the team was the Relay Team of Leif Alnes, Saltzman, Burkle, and Cano which gave the best time in two years. Coach Crovvther is looking forward to good future seasons. ,,L, . L. V,l' A IKAW L? . ,,,,..,. Sr l ,,,, g L gtst lssi R,,, li m G an o ll8 JW' N? 4- Q 0 J ,,.:.11 J- 3 -. ,V F Mt. P. is at the head of the race No, Mr. Crowther we didn't take a rest in the girls gym jon Seitz Go Knights Go 119 , af Q1 Q 'B 3' H 2? ' . , , ,I . t a: r it an 1 " -- NW" "' WM- ...-Q,itf,e-fr-gtxf, v f THE SLQPE Under the Penn-Del Slalom League six- teen schools were organized into a racing network for the first year. To the left is Kathy Moyer, the most out- standing girl skier this year. Kathy placed third in the Chadds Peak Trophy Race and second in the Chadds Peak Invitational. Other girl skiers were Carol Bonner, Nancy Blizzard, Kitty Hannon, Becky Hanover, Lori Wheeler, and Carol Kates. The outstanding boy skier was Erik Fyr- wald who placed lst twice, 2nd once, and 3rd once during the season. Other racers were Keith Comer, Steve Kates, Bob Scheu, Carl Wahlig, Dan Mum- ford, Dave Weinman, Tim Hoopes, Charlie Totten, and Leif Alnes. wat' Above: The Coaches were Bob Landis and Rose Ewan. Below: Eric Fyrwald Above: Dan Mumford Below: Charles Totten t-...z..z,,7.-pi" Bottom Row Left to Right: Sean Kelleher, Bill Bishop, Mike Budischak, lon Seitz, Mark Beumont, Mason Saltzman, Bill McClure, Bill Leiser, jim Gano, Ron Griffin, Leif Alnes, Tom Tullio, Coach Iohn Crowther. Second row: Orest Stelrnach, Mark Gross, Ieff Lucas, Swede Dibble, Pat Burke, Toni Sinisi, Larry Tan, Kevin Murphy, Matt Parker, Dave Bowden. Third Row: Tim Hoopes, Mark Osman, Pat Cannon, Bob Weldon, Bill Robertson, Dan Manere, Mike Osman. Fourth Row: Brenda Martin, judy Marshall, Meg Ford, Margie Hamberger, Amy Hamberger, Gail Cameron, Gretchen Sachs. Fifth Row: Michele Voss, Ann Lutz. Not Pictured: Luke Meddings, Bruce McCavIey. The Track and Field Team in the process of a rebuilding year, will battle hard against such teams as Concord, Brandywine, Wm. Penn, Salesianum, Conrad, Christiana, Wilmington, Newark, Delcastle, and McKean. The team is backed by three qualified and experienced coaches, Head Coach, john W. Crowtherg Asst. Coach, joseph Mottola, and Asst. Coach Lee Scott. The team has strong points in experience with Seniors lim Gano, Bill Leiser, Ron Griffin, Leif Alnes, and Tom Tullio. T21 Above are Asst. Coaches Mottola and Scott , -. , iiqffligizi' .. .X 1? 1,1 Rf, J First Row: John Lebawitz, John Neal, Ron Bruehlman, Dana Walker, Mike Schetman, lim Mason. Second Row: Daniel Bregman, Steve Schall, Doug Harder, Blake Ryan, Dave Sherman, Bill Schetman, Brian Waring, Dave Weinman, Mark Coleman, Mike Russo, Ray Butler, lim lencuska. Not Pictured: Dave Smith, Scott Gregory ,fum Coach Karl Meyers, Freshman Coach james Shoemaker The Boys Varsity Tennis Team should be a highly competitive team this year. They lost three of their top players to graduation but they gained a very promising freshman, Mike Schetman. There is also an excellent crop of Soph. from Mr. O'Conners well coached freshman team of last year. Add these to a good nucleus of juniors and Seniors like Steve Schall, Scott Gregory, Dave Smith, Doug Harder, Bill Schetman, Blake Ryan, Mark Coleman, Dave Sher- man, Dan Bregman, Dave Weinman, Ray Butler, and Mike Russo, and they should produce a quality team. They will compete against Conrad, Claymont, Brandy- wine, Wilmington, P.S., Du- Pont, Howard, Dickinson, Concord, Christiana, Sales- ianum, Wm. Penn, Newark, McKean, and Glasgow. Freshman Tennis First Row: Greg Clark, Ken Comer, Mike losephson, Chris Cluff, Iohn Shelley, Peter Broughton, Ed Ferriss, Rich Kingsley, Dave Furbush, Andy Pearce, Not Pictured: Don Karshner, Ken Fox. ,,n--'. .xr rainy. VL -If t.. 1 , i ,sei gl: f . Ni . ssrt i t ' P' t ..R7S3T.tssX-sw T '- f if "' I"" , .QQ X t , . ' . --. ' ' f . i-., Q, , ' 5 Q any ii. I - , 1. 'Q XX , V . 'asf with .L 5 jg- 1 K' x . s MN..,,.,, A . M- .-li , -tt it Q it 9 A,,. my K V far M.. The 1976 Girls Varsity Tennis Team is a young but competative team. The coach is Miss Ewan and there are twenty-six girls out. They have an eleven game schedule and are hoping for a good record and a lot of fun. The 1976 Girls Freshmen Tennis Team is hoping for a good season. They are a strong but limited team. The coach is Mrs. Stewart and has twelve girls out. They have a six game schedule. NNMQTSTTNTNWMM The only returning letter winners to the team are Sophomores Sue and Joyce Nidzgorski. Last year they won the first doubles in the Delaware interscholastic Tournament. loyce, ranked 3 in Del. and 16 in Middle states in 1975 and 3 in Del. and 13 in Middle states in 1976 along with Sue, ranked 2 in Del. and 7 in Middle States in 1975 and 2 in Del. and 11 in Middle States in 1976 are Mount Pleasant's best for hope for victories. First Row: Chris Reid, Sam Wolhar, Gary Malool, Rod Ryle, Wayne Hepler, loe DiGiacomo, Glen Thomas, Bill Bowden. Second Row: Rich Berger, Dave Hepler, Mark Davies, Tom McDonough, Mike Fisher, Dave Diraddo, Bob Bush, loe Ozoroski, lohn Kotula, Sean Ross. Experience heads the list of assets for the Mount Pleasant 1976 baseball team this season. Seven of last years nine starters will be returning for the Green Knights to spear-head a balanced attack of offense and defense. This years infield is comprised of 4 of last years five starters. When not pitching, Senior Wayne Hepler, will be starting at first, alternating periodically with Senior Bill Bowden, Junior Dave Hepler, Wayne's brother, will be at second the first half of what well could be the best double-play combination in Flight A this year. Senior Rod Ryle rounds out the pivot at shortstop with a fantastic glove and excellent range with a strong throwing arm. Fast and quick, Rod was last years lead-off hitter. Third base is still a question. Vacated by last years' lim Gobeil, juniors Bob Busch, and Mike Fischer along with sophomore Ron DiGiacomo have the best shots at the position this year. Catching this year is well stocked. Returning Senior Dave DiRaddo will be the starting position. Big with a strong throwing arm, DiRaddo is backed by versitile loe DiGiacomo, Senior, and lunior Glen Thomas. This years outfield is comprised of junior lohn Kotula, Seniors Bill Bowden, Bill Horton, and Terry Short. All have good strong throwing arms, and will provide much of the power hitting for the offensive attack. Pitching looks to be still another strong point for Mt. P. Seniors Tom McDonough, Rich Berger, Wayne Hepler, and Terry Short along with lunior Mike Fischer begin the attack. Along with many potentially good sophomores, you can look for Mt. P. to have an excellent defensive team. Coaches Rosario Limmina and lohn Sutton lr. will provide the leadership at Mt. Pleasants1976 baseball team is looking for a good season and a long over- due flight A crown. :WNW ' 1 . First Row: Ed Bradley, lim Hughes, lody Ambrosino, Ron DiGiacomo, loe Limmina, loe Plush, Second Row: Tod Amsbacher, Chris Knauss, lim Goines, Chris Broughton, Bruce larin, lim Drane. T25 f V2 Freshman Pitchers and Catchers: Coach Dellaquila, loe McDonough, lim Milligan, Bob Sole, Bill Berger, Rich Bearcloud, Len Kostow, Dave Vent, Dick Bachman. Two Pictures above to the left Coaches Limmina and Sutton discuss promising team. The 1976 Girls Lacrosse Team is looking for a good season. They are a fairly good team and if were playing against public schools they would do excellent. The coachs are Miss Ellison and Mrs. Hall. There are forty-four girls out for the team, returning are five seniors, ten juniors, thirteen sophmores and there are ten new freshmen. They have a nine game schedule against private schools, Union Ville, Tower Hill, Penn Crest, Tatnall, Sanford, Henderson, and Friends. : fr. f 5 iilksivt-ual, Eiiiafkxl' T :qw Left to Right: Dave Ellsworth, Ted Barnett, Larry Lingle, Al Wassynger, Gary Esayian, Robert Konstanzer, Coach Maxwell. Not Pictured: Art Whaley, Mark Burins, lay Chaffin, Bob Seifried, Erik Frywald, Walter Mahta. Over the years the Golf team has been one of the most successful teams in Mount Pleasant. Dave Corzeluisg a prom- ising young professional, now on the Mini Tour in Florida, graduated from Mt. P. Another promising young player along the lines of Corzeluis, is Arthur Whaley. Art helped the Mount Pleasant Team to the State Championship last year, and he took the individual honors the year be- fore. This year the Mt. P. golf team will try to duplicate last years undefeated record. There are only 2 players not returning from last years team. Art will be back along with another of Mt. P.'s best, Gary Esayian, They will be leading this years team which has such prospects as: Mark Burins, Al Wassynger, Ted Barnett, Ed. Tarlov, lay Chaffin, Larry Lingle, Bob Seigfried, Erik Frywald, Mik Tarlov, Walter Mahla, Dave Ellsworth, and Robert Kon- stanzer. Much of the team success is due to the Above: Ed and Mik Tarlov Below: Left: Ted Barnett, Middle: Gary Esayian, Right: AI Wassynger. outstanding coach, joe Maxwell. if? rw. If 1 27 : Y ': 'sf at ' . '-mx 1752, - SlUHf'U?S This is the first year for the Girls Softball Team. Many girls for the past few years have wanted to play softball, Finally the school said they could have intramural softball. 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VF ',:1 ,5.,1b paw," 545.333121kfgity-QWV33-,,,,g,Pi,wsA.gs,1 ia V.- I f ' uiaiv ' if W fsgwlgiig J, ws, KM V Q. 'Axe' Q- 'x 1i 1 C"? Q.. ,ff ji W Tir, fyiv' 'i KW ,, ' Mahi, y zb, 51 2 3, N 45. .Q W 1 Q, C, A Q cg' M, 44 Q 'ww Q W, Ve A Q 454 .if ,S 5 'S 2 Q T 135 2 's X255 HE: EE a "5 I I 3 g. E if fi E: J x - E Z ? 3 if ,5- is Q5 E? 3 5 E 2 E 5 25 E H E 52 Q2 2? Q si 2 E 22 s :gg 55 :ff ..,, ..,. The 1975-1 976 Student Council was composed of the elected officers lay Kogon, President, Andy Booz, Vice-President, Kelley Craig, Secretary, Ellan Rubin, Treasurer, Abbe Levitsky, Corresponding Secre- tary and homeroom representatives. Among the Council's duties were the sponsoring of all clubs, student activities, and the formation of a liaison between the students and administration. These duties were all performed successfully with much emphasis placed on student activities. Student Council did not only sponsor social events such as dances and a coffee house, but Council also was active in sponsoring community action projects. Activities ranged from candy sales to benefit the Kidney Foundation, a Christmas party for city day care children and student exchanges with other area high schools. The largest endeavor that Student Council undertook vvas the spring Bicentennial Fair. This community event vvas the finale to a most successful year. NHL E Ig 535 2 N ,x:. A wow: . Q l fl? if JLTUQLLJRQ ECOLQ CLLTB The highlight of this yearfs World Affairs - Ecol- ogy Club was their four-day trip in March to Wash- ington D.C. While in Wash. they represented the countries of Sao Tome and Principe at the thirteenth North American Invitational Model United Nations. Club members met regularily to prepare for this trip and financed it through a tootsie roll sale and monthly glass drives, Club President was jill Goldberg. Other offices were held by Stephen Trehu, Vice-Presidentg lohn Ward, Secretaryg David Weinman, Treasurer. The remaining members were Nancy Galperin, 1. D, Pet- rillo, Bill Schetman, David Sherman, George Siegf- ried, Richard Tomlinson and Amy Zuckerkandel. Club Advisor was Mr. john Archer. 0131513 The Opera Club existed primarily to attend live performances of opera by the Opera Company of Philadelphia in the Academy of Music. Throughout the season, about fifty students, teachers, administrators and friends attended this season's performances. Advised by Mr. Giamboy, the club membership also included our three AFS Students whose tickets were provided by the Opera Club. j-D358 Whenever there was a possibility of meeting, the members of the Chess Club gathered in Mr. Lupin's room. Most people are unaware of the fact that the Chess Club is also the Chess Team. The team partici- pated in interscholastic tournaments and financed their league and trophies. Bill Roseman, Captain, Curt Wilson, Treasurer, Fred Bachwitz, Randy Carter and David Ruth comprised the team. Other members of the club were Mark Colin, Rick Humphries, Eric Kissa, Ray Lupin, Tod Rosen and Richard Stewart. fl 35 Vol. XXXVIII-No. l Mt. Pleasant High School Wilmington, DE 15cents October24, 1975 Student Council officers working To make '75-'76 an active year by Barbara Blanchard '76 Student Council '75-'76 is setting out on the right foot. So far the meetings have been well attended, and the representatives are eager and willing to speak up at the meetings. The officers are doing a good job running the meetings. Of course there are the usual problems of keeping order and maintaining a smoothly run meeting. Jay Kogon '76, president, Andy Booz '76, vice president, Ellan Rubin '76, treas- urer, Kelly Craig '76, secretary, and Abbe Levitslry '76, corres- ponding secretary, appear well qualified as well as willing to work to make this a memorable and active year. A new and very important com- S.C. president, Jay Kogon mittee this year is the Bicentennial Committee. This committee will work with the teachers' Bicenten- nial Committee toward a carnival this spring to celebrate our nation's two hundredth year. Chairman of this committee, Ellan Rubin, will choose two co-chairmen to help her. Other Student Council commit- tees and their chairmen are as fol- lows: music, Tom Kelly '76, as- sembly, Steve Schall '76, student exchange, Dave Sherman '77, stu- dent activities, Cindy Raikowski '76, school store, Steve Cluff '76, public relations, Scott Defoe '76 and John Dosset '76, and com- munity action, Sandy Sherman '76. All eight committees are already active. The Assembly Committee is arranging for a demonstration of Olympiad gymnastics. The Stu- dent Activities Committee spon- sored a Kick-Off Dance that was considered a success judging by at- tendance as well as profit. The School Store is doing very well, in fact, they cannot keep up with the demand for their products! The Community Action Committee is selling candy for the Kidney Foun- dation at soccer games and the Bi- centennial Committee sponsored a car wash to raise needed funds for the carnival in the spring. Of course this does not include all the activities that have taken place since the start of the school year, but gives a quick overview. Student Council President Jay Kogon stated, "So far Student Council has carried out all their planned activities successfully." School greets Nine new teachers were added to the faculty this year compared to fourteen last year. They include special education teacher Mr. Jacob Fox, business teacher Mr. Joseph De John, math teacher Mr. Charles Eisenbise, English teacher Mrs. Jane Fenicle, home economics teacher Miss Lynne Greenburg, in- dustrial arts teacher Mr. Albin Gregg, science teacher Mr. Robert Phillips, and social studies teacher Mrs, Lucille Sheman. Also, Mr. Robert France teaches students with learning disabilities. Mr. Fox teaches special educa- tion here after teaching that sub- ject and reading for seventeen years at the intermediate school. "I enjoy working with the mature student at the senior high school level," he says. "My impression of the senior high, thus far, has been very favorable." Mr. De John, who taught busi- at Chester High and a half years, ness education School for two now teaches distributive educa- tion, intro to office practice, and business ed. Mr. Charles Eisenbise teaches geometry after formerly working in the district office as District Co- ordinator for Mathematics. Mrs. Fenicle, who taught Eng- Jay added that the officers will be attending a conference at Dover which features a Student Council workshop, where our officers will discuss with other Student Council officers problems that they deal with. No matter how hard the mem- bers of council work, nothing will be accomplished without student support. Mount Pleasant has an apathy problem, no one knows that better than the students them- selves. Student Council can only be what the students make it. Jay said, "Student Council is trying very hard to overcome the apathy problem, but it can really be left up to the individual. If he gives a little, he'll get a lot in return." new teaelrers lish at the intermediate school, now teaches freshman English. Miss Greenburg teaches home economics tboth foods and cloth- ingl and is co-advisor for the cheer- leaders. She taught home ec and art at the intermediate school from January 1975 until June 1975. Miss Greenburg is planning to be mar- ried in December. "I enjoy being at the high school," she says. Mr. Gregg, who taught indus- trial arts for six years at the inter- mediate school, now teaches Draft- ing I and Woodworking I. He com- ments, "It's great to work with older students. They are more ma- ture and learn more readily." Mr. Phillips, who teaches multi science and biology, enjoys "the chance to teach high school age stu- dents," He taught general science at the intermediate school for eleven years. He was also depart- ment chairman. Mrs. Sherman was District Coor- dinator for Social Studies for eight years after teaching social studies at the intermediate school. After three years at the intermedi- ate school, she now teaches Ameri- can history here. Mr. France is a former student of the high school where he was an outstanding athlete. P Homecoming candidates Diane Skomorucha, Abbe Levitsky, Ellan Rubin, Kathy Shaw, Karen Vicary, Karen Huber, Jeffrey Pete and Debbie Brand. One will be crowned queen at tomorrow's game with Chris- tiana. i i l 1 AFS students Leif Alnes, Gunter Pohl and Alvero Flores. AFS students show Variety of talents by Kelly McBride '76 American Field Service students Gunter Pohl, from Augsburg, Germany, Alvaro Flores, from Guatemala City, Guatemala, and Leif Alnes, of Torvikbukt, Norway are attending our school as seniors this year. Gunter is living with Jack Heiks '76, Al is staying with senior Scott Gregory, and Leif's "brother" for this year is Dave Smith '76. Gunter was editor of his school magazine in Germany. He is also interested in sports cars, photogra- phy, bicycling, and skiing. After finishing high school in two years, he will have to serve in either the army or the civil service for fifteen months. He wants to study eco- nomics and English at a university afterwards. Al is a talented athlete. He plays center forward on the soccer team, holds a green belt in karate, and hopes to play basketball. Al has al- ready graduated from his all-boy school in Guatemala, and he wants to study chemical engineering. Leif, too, is a soccer star, mainly playing wing, but also center for- ward at times. He enjoys photogra- phy and skiing, but one ofhis spec- ialties is clowning around. All three A.F.S, students have made some interesting remarks about the U.S. Leif tells us that his Norwegian school is much harder, and that only ten percent of his class will graduate. He also says that students here are much less individualistic than Norwegians. Al says that social events and parties in Guatemala are a hundred times better than here. He wonders why American kids don't even like to go dancing in disco- teques. Gunter's German school is very different from ours. It is mostly a boys' school, and the teachers change classes while the students stay put. He also says that Ger- mans are much more casual than Americans, and that the women are much more liberated. They al- ways pay their own way on dates. Bye, B e, Binfe Set for March by Robin Laskey '76 Due to the fire in the auditorium last spring, the school musical, Bye, Bye, Birdie, will be presented in the gym. A three-sided platform will be constructed to replace the stage. Tentative dates for the show are March 26 and 27. The possibili- ty of running the musical for two consecutive weekends is being dis- cussed. Bye, Bye, Birdie is a take off of the Elvis Presley era where rock and roll originated. It will keep everyone in the swing of the fifties. The total cast consists of sixty-one rolls. Unlike musicals in the past, each member of the chorus will have a name. Returning this year will be Mrs. Susan Bruerton, choral director, and Mr. Philip DeFranco, orches- tral director. At this time, a stage director has not been decided upon. Tryouts for the musical will be held in the beginning of December. Copies of the script are available in the library. - Green Flash Staff - Editor-in-Chief Nancy Bader Managing Editor . . Stephen Trehu Editorial Editor . . .Karen Shaw Feature Editor Steven Epstein Co-Sports Editors Karen Reece, John Ward Business Manager Cyndee Royle Advertising Managers Bobbie Patille, Robin Raley Circulation Manager Kathryn Monahan Typist Mary Beth Thomson Photographers Dan ny Mu mford, Tom Monahan, Todd Palmer, Sue Manners Cartoonists Art Brymer, Gary Warren Reporters: Terry Kealy '76, Marsha Livingston '76, Sue Randolph '76 Contributors: Bobbie Blanchard '76, Mark Coleman '77, Bill Edelson '78. Dan Horgan '76, Scan Kelleher '77, Robin Laskey '76, Loretta Marusco '77, Kelly McBride '76, Todd Rosen '78, David Sherman '77, Jeff Smith '76, Beth Teoli '77, Jo An Tocker '78 Advisor: Mrs. Patricia Monahan Published by and for the students of Mt. Pleasant High School, Marsh Road and Washington Street Ext., Wilmington, Delaware 19809, This paper does not necessarily represent, however, a consensus of either the students, faculty or administration. Printed by KNA Press Inc., Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. eww 01715 if - fsian- will - 'HF' , . it F ,iigffgyxfbgsyj at 137 Over thirty students worked on this year's school newspaper, the Green Flash, to make it a success. Through their own fund raisers and the generosity of the School Board and Stu- dent Gouncil, the Green Flash was able to publish four issues. This funding was necessary because the paper's purchase price did not defray printing costs. Each issue covered every facet of school life including school elections, club and organizational activities, student awards, teacher activities and interscholastic sports. Advisor for the Green Flash was Mrs. Monahan, who has served in this capacity for four years. Credit for a consistently high quali- ty paper must go to her and her well-trained staff. JTNGLMGE C933 The Language Club not only helps to raise money for the Language Department but it also provides much enjoyment- for its members. Club members raised money by sponsoring a candy raffle. The annual language dinner vvas held and each member brought food representing a for- eign country. Club members were Bill Edelson, Wayne Gable, john Kotula, Kay Gemmell, Treas- urerg Emanuel Kountourzis, Sue McGregor, Luc Papillon, President, Linda Rutter, Meryl Schenk, Vice-President, Karen Schenk, Brad Siegfried, Luda Slastenow, Alex Slastenow, Carolyn Sproat, Secretary, Richard Stuart, Arlene Washkiewicz. Ad- visors Were Mrs. jones and Mrs. Sohodski. ' 1 ,il Go iltllies Collage is Mt. Pleasant's literary magazine. Under the Editor, Amy Shaffer and Advisor, Mrs. Sherwood, Collage was enlarged to in- cldde prose, a short story, artwork and photog- raphy. Gther members of the staff were Leslie Belasco, Bobbie Blanchard, Ron Codney, Wen- die Cohen, Suzy Frangia, Margy Hamberger, Ross Hippely, Beth Hoffstein, Art Editor, Evan jones, Kris Kouba, Susan Maclean, Lisa Mes- sing, Cyndee Raikovvski, Treasurer, Susan Reid, Nancy Sachs, Business Manager, Jenni Schen- ker, Alex Slastenow, Carolyn Sproat, Beth Teoli, loy Vanderlak, julie Zeftel and Amy Zucker- kandel. 1 Thirty-five students comprised the Honor Society who were selected on the basis of scholastic and extra-cirricu- lar merit. The purpose of the club is to provide service both to the school and to the community. An extensive tutoring program and assitance with the career guidance program were activities the members participated in. Prior to the Christmas holiday, the Club organized a successful Toys for Tots drive and in the spring they enjoyed a special banquet. The Honor Society also spon- sored a foster child in a foreign country. The President of the Honor Society was Debbie Wartelg Vice-President, Terry Themal, Secretary, Kate Colby, Treasurer, Doug Harder. Club members include Kurt Akeley, Sarah Allmond, Nancy Bader, Leslie Belasco, Wendie Cohen, Brian Doerner, Steven Epstein, Suzanne Frangia, Bruce Frankel, Robert Friedberg, Susan Hand- elman, Nancy Harder, janet Heisler, Wayne Hepler, layne lrwin, Teresa Kealy, Erik Kissa, Suzanne Littleton, Susan Manners, Donna Monagle, Daniel Mumford, Amy Rubin, Steven Schall, Amy Shaffer, Karen Shavv, Martha Taylor, Charles Till, Catherine Van Sice, Curtis Wilson, julie Zef- tel. Advisor was Mrs. lones. I E MIL ,Q Q at , , is iss? N . DECA, The Distributive Education Clubs of America, is a program involved in vocational understanding and commu- nity awareness. The club sponsored candy sales, a turkey raffle and visited hospitals at Christmas time to bring gifts and cheer. Officers of DECA were Kathy Basara, President, Sue Balback, Vice-President, Joyce Mooney, Secretary, Judy Stevens, Treasurer, LaVerne Bensen, Reporter, Carol Taylor, Parlimentarian. Mr. Dejohn was the advisor. Club members included Donna Adkins, Kathy Beacroft, Denise Bratten, Kathy Defoe, Staci Engle, Debbie Harris, Patty Kauffman, Keith Kearney, Rich Kok, Richard Maguire, Karen McCloud, Wendy Messick, Michelle Mooney, Debbie Rhodes, Nadine Selsavage, Sue Tubbs, Brenda Turner, Kim Young. .. .i. :..,,.. mime. N"""lna..,,, Q--.pk - - iii. -v-nw T141 IM CLUB The Ski Club, under advisors, Ms. Ewan and Mr. Landis, took ski trips to Killington, Vt. and the Poconos. Members included Carol Bonner, john Burr, Nancy Blizzard, Kay Carnahan, Kevin Conner, Keith Comer, Eddie Ferriss, Laura Ferriss, Shari Frankfort, Kitty Hannon, Becky Hannover, lohn Healy, Tim Hoopes, layne Irwin, Kyle lsaics, Don Karshner, Carolyn Kates, Steven Kates, Rich Kingsley, jackie Krauss, Barb Lilley, Leanne Pappas, Kathy Moyer, Kathy Rosen, Todd Rosen, Stephen Trehu, Charles Toten, Carl Wahlig, Dana Walker, john Ward, Doug Willey, janet Wright. T42 'r . , " . ,,, ,fly wi" P" si The American Field Service Club has been active at Mt. Pleas- ant for the past eighteen years. lts purpose is to provide inter- national learning experiences to young people of all back- grounds. This year Mt. Pleasant had the pleasure of being host to three exchange students as well as sending two students abroad. The AFS Club met regularly to discuss activities and fund raisers. Among the many activities were trips to New York City, and Washington D.C. with area AFS students, a Christmas card sale, basketball marathon, and talks by each exchange student. All activities were organized by Kelly McBride, Faith Megonigal and Barbara Melie. Mrs. Heck was the new advisor. Members were Lief Alnes, Leslie Belasco, Vicki Brill, Kay Carnahan, Al Flores, Meg Ford, lack Heiks, Andrea Hein, janet Heisler, Mandy Kountourzis, Robin Laskey, Pam Lawrence, Loretta Marusco, Sue McGregor, Noelle McGuire, Gunter Pohl, Meryl Schenk, Karen Shaw, Joanne Tocker, Norma lean Veasey, Sharon Williams, lane Yalisove and Melanie Zerung. The Executive Committee l43 l l l l l 2 4 f E rl ll i l l Alvaro Flores, from Guatemala City, Guatemala, was very active While at Mt. Pleasant. He played center for- ward on the soccer team and will be remembered for staying up all night to finish the float before the Mt. Pleasant - Brandywine football game. Al stayed with Scott Gregory. Gunter Pohl, from Augsburg, Germany stayed with Senior jack Heiks. Gunter enjoyed photography and at- tending social and athletic events while at Mt. Pleasant. 'l 44 Leif Alnes, exchange student from Torvik- bukt, Norway, was known for his superb ath- letic abilities in soccer, skiing and track. His specialty was clowning around. Leif's American brother and sister were Dave and Judy Smith. Barbara Melie spent the past summer in Ca- xiasdo-Sul, Brazil. Her experience was most exciting and one she will never forget. Paul McPheeters spent the 1975-1976 school year in Hamburg, Germany. While there he attended a German high school and played soccer. , i .,v, . avg xx if wum - rsii kiwi i rlrlrl 1 xl l rl' X an l l f is- W Nw N X ' A. '7if55i7i3 ,i " ,gi .41 1, V.,' Z, , - iv. i ,V Mi pu, K , - J' 9-as 54-, f' 'yfjtn W 5.5 ' Ulirmiw xl .f PE' f WWA:-Y, 'HAWK , 771, "XA ,,..l'k I 5 .rfwxf "QQ f" fiilffn ' fi' i P 'trims-eai:is4irc?S'74'm The Gymnastics Club met Tuesday afternoons to practice and improve their gymnastic skills. The girls used this time purely for recreational purposes. Members included Kassy Anderson, Dana An- Q N S geline, Donna Atallian, Mary Ellen Blozis, Eileen Cekine, Laurie Curl, , Dawn English, lane Fountain, Karen Frankel, Laurie Gentry, Amy Hamburger, Mary Hodges, Kim lde, Anne Kahn, Sue Klein, Carol Louder, ludy Marshall, Carol McDermott, Alisa Morton, Laura Reese, Wende Prively, Vandana Sinha, Linda Shavv, julie Smith, and Kathy Thomas. 1---,--................-.,,, .rig CT? School Services, an essential part of the school system, was comprised of ticket girls and ushers. These students included julie Barnett, Ted Barnett, Kim Bordley, Scott Defoe, lody DiGiacomo, Brian Doerner, Gary Esayian, Nancy Fry, lim Cano, Robin Haley, julie Hoopes, Karen C Huber, Mark Hudson, Bruce lournlin, Theresa Kelleher, Linda Minutola, Pat Norton, Sharon Pugliese, Beth Ree- der, Susan Reid, Steve Schall, Amy Shaffer, Dave Smith, jeff Smith. T46 COJVKPUZTB By using a computer that is connected to a system at the University of Delaware, the members of the Computer Club had the opportunity to write programs. These programs, for example, have assisted teachers in class projects. The club was coordinated by lra Horden, Alan Ingalls, Walter Mahla and lohn Webb. Other members included Bill Bock, Steve Decker, David Haislett, Neil Horden, Patrick Houghton, jonathan Lebovitz, joy Mundy, Lindy Mundy, Rob Paris, lay Penrose, Brad Siegfried, Stephen Streiker, john Soutter, Guy Vanderlak, David Watts and Dave Weimar. Z,z5fQ.,. if 4 2 , , M " 2 125: " ':-' - ,C ,.,, W, , X ,,.. Y.: -3 "" ' .g.....--mfs. H ,,. - "' E Wluvnw The purpose of the Bridge Club was to enjoy the game while improving Gemmell, Treasurer' Mendy Kranz, Alicia Makowski Sue McGregor, Vice the members! skills. The members were Cathy Deluke, Tim Ezell, Kay E President, Meryl Schenk, Secretary, Pam Schwartz, President, Richard Stew- 'lag art, Sue Weimar, Tex Weimar. The Advisor was Mrs. Kohli. 'l 47 Vqyjvgj-f CI 17 WMPH, the school radio station, operating on a frequency of 91.7 megahertz, accomplished a great deal this year. Through their own Super-Marathon and dance, along with support from the School Board and Student Council, they were able to remodel their studio by adding a new console and news room. Besides music, they offered various community services including coverage of all football, basketball and home baseball events. WMPH is the only FM station with an ABC news affiliation. Mr. Webster was the advisor. Board members were Scott Pearl, Station Manager, Robert Cutler, General Manager, Mike Schwartz, Program Director, lohn Kaplan, Public Relations Director, Stephen Streiker, Chief Engineer, loy Vanderlak, Music Director, Bruce Weiner, News Director, Tex Weimer, Sports Director. D.l.'s were Bill Bock, Scott Defoe, Rose Evans, Ross Hippely, Neil Horden, Mark Hudson, Alan Ingalls, Erik Kissa, Andrejs Lizins, Walter Mahla, Michelle Sachs, Dean Scott, Phil Sherman, Guy Vanderlak, john Webb, Mark Wilde. Other members included Vicki Brill, Brian Eyre, Dave Hepler, Wayne Hepler, lra Horden, Kim Kornack, Gregg Lake, Robin Miller, Ed Pettee, Sue Weimer. 'l 49 HUME OJVLJNG The crowning of the Homecoming Queen, a long time tradi- tion at Mt. Pleasant, took place on October 25 during halftime of the Christiana - Mt. Pleasant football game. Senior members of the football, soccer and cross country teams nominate the eight girls who comprise the court, senior class boys voted and se- lected Karen Huber to be Homecoming Queen, Her court con- sisted of Debbie Brand, Abbe Leyitsky, jeffrey Pete, Ellan Rubin, Kathy Shaw, Diane Skomorucha and Kandy Vicary. The day's activities also included a reception in the student center following the football game and a dance that evening. l5O jeff Smith, President of the Senior Class, crowns the Queen. Kandy Vicary, Diane Skomorucha and Ellan Rubin and escorts Bruce jornlin, Scott Gregory and Steve Schall. i 151 Abbe Levitsky, Kathy Shaw, jef- frey Pete and Debbie Brand and escorts Jody DiGiacomo, jay Ko- gon, Dennie Sterndale and Dave Smith. ' ,, :1 f fi, 1,1 2 IW pf AT ,wr ,Q ,Qi Y. 1.1. I M , L " ' h M X- : nz -., 1 - V, 'f b m f . I I "" Q 11 -- : ff 'Nav- L Q H' if-5 ,wig 'WIP I' MW 5 fMffl'Vf?vlf"fl,2ffIQ,5gQ', -.gm , i "'- i i i' 1, mf: ' '5 1, , 4 u .f-- my 2 5 5 2 5 2 1 1 I I E I hz i.1,,m3K:IEZgiEl3,3mwmmM5ww,TWWWWM,:,,,,mW .. 1 K . ,5 ,I Q,,gyfmmf1f..:mm.mifisww:WxWmf:w,,2:,my1,W1,,f,, ., N . : - f w ..11,., -Wfp-Vfm1m,.wfQwmw.w.,.m5 MARCI-ll G BA and AND FRG T DIRECTCDR - PHILIP DE FRANCO DRUM MAJOR - JOHN SARMOUSAKIS Mount Pleasant's Marching Band had an outstanding season this year, boasting the largest membership ever. The Knights marched to a new drum major, junior john Somoursakis. Besides performing at all football games the band participated in its first competition, the Bicenten- nial parade in Claymont. The New Castle County March- ing Band Festival and the june sixth Wilmington Bicen- tennial Parade also found the Knights playing. To raise money for uniforms, the band sponsors a weekly ecology paper and glass drive throughout the entire eyear. During marching season some band members competed against other high school band members in weekly soccer games. john Sarmousakis directing. Wltmiiioiow Mr PLEASANT H5 GREEN liNiGill5 gf. W 44 ir: wmv! 77 ll uh .. lf. AN M MBI-ERS Band Members - l. Akeley,R. Ashley, E. Augenbraun, A. Balick, L. Barbour, R. Bauchvvitz, T. Bell, W. Berger, B. Bishop, D. Blount, M. Blount, D. Bregman, L Breckinridge, C. Brocklesby, S. Burlew, T. Caddell, l. Calvin, R. Carter, C.. Chernakoff, I. Checkel, D. Collins, K. Conner, R. Cutler, K. Czervvinski, B. Dayton, T. DiCruglielmo, S Epstein, L. Fry, D. Furbush, P. Crrebhart, l. Halderman, M. Hamburger, l. Harder, R. Harmon, S. Harrison, M. Havrilak, M. Henrickson, M. Hodges, R. Huffman, C. Hun- sberger, R. Hurlong, C. Hutson, l. lablovv, B. jenkins, S. Kaier, K. Keller, K. Kissa, l Klein, P. Koch, D. Konegan, I. Krauss, D. Lougheed, S. MacLean, S. MacLean, D McCracken, S. McCracken, C. McDermott, E. McGregor, E. McLaughlin, D. Meader, D Megonigal, I. Milling, H. Moncure, l. Mori, l. Mundy, L. Lundy, I. Nidzgorski, S Nidzgorski, W. O'Brien, L. Pappas, P. Patterson, M. Parker, K. Payne, D. Pezzner, D Phillips, I. Phillips, M. Rabe, 1. Righos, M. Righos, D. Ritter, P. Robinson, S. Rosenzweig, M Rubin, H. Ryder, G. Ryle, S. Sarmousakis, L. Scarponi, T. Schmeltzer, S. Sherman, D Sines, V. Sinha, A. Slastenow, C. Sproat, R. Stone, S. Surer, M. Sutton, G. Tice, M Tocker, S. Troupe, D. Tulloch, C. Van Sice, C. Wahlig, I. Wolinski, L. Watson, C Wilson, D. Wiley. 'l57 Suzanne Littleton, Co-Capt., Sharon Mitchell, Meg Ford, Cathy Thorp, Cathy Cathell, Jeanne Blair, Alison Forsberg, judy Marshall, Beth jackson, Laurie Calloway - Captain Mrs. Matthews - Band Front Co-ordinator Valerie Rushmere - Feature Twirler Scott' Mrs' Matthews H ff- H- W-'wana f,.x:,.-nassaui-:-up.,-um-1 ff va, 4:1 Cathy Thomas, Tina DeAngelis, Sarah Allmond, Kathy Frazer, Denise Ritter - Captain, IoAnne Bucci - Captain, Linda Schmitt, Patti Reeder, Karen Overcamp, Ellan Rubin, Lisa This year the band front completed the change from flag twirlers to silks. ln late August, during the early band practices the majorettes had a professional instructor in residence. Dorothy Parker was captain of the color guard, Laurie Calloway was captain and Suzanne Littleton was co-captain of the silks. Captain of the majorettes was Joanne Bucci and Denise Ritter was co- captain. New squad member Val Rushmere was the feature twirler. Mrs. Mathews co-ordinated the three squads to help achieve unity among the three. S 8 i 1 u 5 . 1 Kathy Moyer, Becky Waring, Mary Hodges, Laurie Wheeler, Nancy Wills, Cheryl Zavvicki Iudy Currie, Dorothy Parker, Captain, Cathy Hodges, Mrs, Matthews Majorettes Co-Captain Denise Ritter S---32 f A ,. 1 ' v w , Gi' K H 33. 13 5 5 l ' 1 , i, 547 ' lik" 4 ' f , 4:5 ',. ' f r. Q 1 9 'f's'1:' 1' - Majorettes Captain joanne Bucci tt' 2' ' f af 4523: " , f ff ' f -- vwwwfg ,vc CONCERT CHOIR DIRECTOR - SUSAN BRUERTON Larry Abrahms Louise Adams john Akeley Linda Annable Tracy Bell Neal Blanchard Mellissa Blount Mary Ellen Blozis Brook Brovard Lisa Breckinridge Diane Brinton George Brockelsby Gail Cameron Lisa Carroll Nancy Cason jim Catts Gloria Chambers Dave Clendening Carole Conte Robin Cotchan Sean Dahl joan David Cathy Deluke Steve Epstein Rhonda Erickson Elaine Everett Laurie Fertell Gail Fisher Damon Forsberg Wayne Gable Brian Gillard Skip Gillard Robin Haley Mary Hawkins Andrea Hein Mike Henrickson Rob Huffman Dave Hughes Beth jackson Michelle jacobs janet jatko Anne Kahn Keith Kearney Tina Kearney jaqui Klein Barb Knowles Chris Kouba Manny Kountourzis Laurie Lafferty Bill Lazor Suzanne Littleton Davie Lougheed joan Lynch Sue MacLean Bonnie Mako Dan Martin Molly McClure Sherry McCracken Ellen MeKensie jeff Medgebow Faith Megonigal David Megonigal Dan Mellon Lisa Mellon Paul Mellon Lisa Messing Linda Minutola Tom Montanaro joy Mundy Linda Mundy Anne Murphy joanna Naff Polly Nickerson joyce Nidzgorski Susan Nidzgorski Patty Nester jane Orfetel Pam Pappas Dorothy Parker Leslie Pierce Laurie Reece joanne Righos Mary Righos Marta Rubin Pam Schwartz Terri Scheu Meg Shaw Amy Shaffer Lisa Shore Vandana Sinha Alex Slastenow Luda Slastenow Kim Slothour Debbie Smack Carolyn Sproat Susan Streiker Sarah Sublette Paul Taber Beth Teoli George Tice Dare Tulloch Sheila Van Raan David Villanueva Mike Villanueva Linda Watkins David Weimar Sue Weimar Sharon Williams Amy Zuckerkandel The destruction of the music wing because of the April, 1975 fire did not destroy the spirit of the Concert Choir. The Choir became one of Mount Pleasant's outstanding choirs, even though rehearsals were held in the cafeteria and cramped former faculty lounge. Outfitted in new choir robes the choir gave an extensive eight concert Christmas tour, including elementary schools, Trinity Presbyterian Church, and the an- nual Candlelight Christmas Concert. The Spring season of the Concert Choir was highlighted by preparation for and attendance at the Festival of Nations in Washington D.C. from May 22 - lune 1. Besides increased rehearsal time the choir raised funds by paper and glass drives, a ballet, sub sales, bake sales, car washes and garage sales. While in Washington the choir performed at various sights throughout the city. Members also went sightseeing, to con- certs and theatres. As participants in the Festival of Nations the choir was evaluated by prominent muscians and competed for awards. The annual spring concert was held in May. The Choir also took part in the annual local churches ecumenical service. The Choir Council consisted of Faith Megonigal, Presi- dent, Mike Henrickson, Vice-President, Mary Righos, Secretary, Robert Huffman, Senior Representative, Rhonda Erickson, lun- ior Representative, Gloria Chambers, sophomore representa- tive, Damon Forsberg, Freshman representative. l6l Eighteen members of the choir were selected on a basis of voice quality, sightreading, and harmony to the 1976 All State Choir. In April, All State was held for three days at Rehoboth Beach. Members were Louise Adams Tracy Bell loan David Rhonda Erickson Gail Fisher Robin Haley Mary Hawkins Mike Henrickson Robert Huffman Suzanne Littleton Holly McClure Faith Megonigal Linda Minutola Pam Pappas Dorothy Parker loanne Righos Mary Righos Vandana Sinha T62 Madrigal music dates back to the Renaissance era when after dinner singing was a type of en- tertainment. Numbers were per- formed acapella with four singing voices. At M.T.P., a madrigal group was first performed last year as an outgrowth of the choir. The group was chosen by audi- tion and performed under the guidance of Mrs. Bruerton. In ac- cord with the Bicentennial outfits similar to those of the William- sburg Madrigals were worn. The group performed at both concerts and several private events. This year's Madrigal singers - Dave Clendening, Rhonda Erickson, Robin Haley, Mary Hawkins, Mike Henrickson, Robert Huffman, Su- zanne Littleton, David Megonigal, Faith Megonigal, Linda Minutola, Mary Righos. 163 CONCERT BA DIRECTOR - PHILIP DE FRANCD ALL STATE Chosen for their musicianship and technique eight members of the band were selected to the 1976 All State Band. To be selected to this band is a great honor. Daniel Bregman Susan MacLean Robert Cutler Linda Mundy Michael Henrickson Kevin Payne William jenkins Curt Wilson I64 Practicing in the student center and boiler room didn't keep the concert band from another success- ful season. The band now meets daily as a class and has a rotating sectional. Once again the Concert Band performed well at the New Castle County Band Festival. ln May the annual spring concert was held with the choir and orchestra. M BERS V. Sinha C. Tice S. Sherman B. Bishop L. Pappas S. Rosenzweig M. Righos C. McDermott L. Breckinridge D. Phillips L. Fry M. Rubin K. Czerwinski D. Konegan S. Nidzgorski S. Surer R. Hurlong 1. Calvin E. McLaughlin D. Bregman K. Conner L. Mundy l. Krauss S. Sarmousakis A. Hamburger T. Caddell L. Scarponi D. Megonigal L. Watson D. Collins M. Blount I. Phillips M. Hodges W. O'Brien S. MacLean j, Checkel B. jenkins R. Harmon I. Wolinsky l. Harder B. Dayton H. Moncure C. Van Sice T. DiGuglielmo T. Schmeltzor C. Hunsberger C. Hutson D. Blount D. Sines M. Henrickson 1. Nidzgorski E. McGregor S. Burlew R. Huffman M. Havrilak D. Tulloch D. Furbush 1. Mori 1. lablow 1. Akeley L. Barbour 1. Ward R. Ashley 1. Righos H. Ryder R. Stone R. Carter C. Sproat S. Harrison R. Bauchwitz D. Meader 1. Mundy K. Kissa S. MacLean M. Rabe D. Wiley D. Pezzner A. Slastenow D. Ritter W. Berger P. Gebhart D. Lougheed T. Bell G. Ryle S. McCracken P. Patterson M. Parker K. Payne C. Wilson R. Koch E. Augenbraun 1. Halderman S. Epstein G. Brocklesby G. Chernekoff M. Sutton A. Balick S. Kaier M. Tocker D. McCracken S. Troupe st 1976 Orchestra Members Frederick Bauchwitz Bill Bock Dan Bregman Gerald Chernekoff Eliot Clingman Dan Collins Robert Cutler Gladys Davis Steve Epstein lohn Harder Nancy Harder Becky Hannover Mike Henrickson Robert Huffman james johns Neal Kurz David Lougheed Sue MacLean loy Mundy William O'Brien Kevin Payne Sandy Rosenzweig Laurie Schenker Amy Schwartz Vandana Sinha Carol Spitzer Scott Surer Beth Teoli George Tice Sandy Troupe Curt Wilson Robert Bauchwitz Mary Righos Under new director, Mrs. loan Harris, the orchestra developed into a strong and ex- citing group. Because of the fire, practice was held in the drama room. The orchestra had a separate string ensemble that met twice a week to prepare for several perform- ances throughout the year. ln May the or- chestra gave an outstanding performance at the Spring Concert. a -V my , Bi!HD'6m'::'Ms-Saziwsesflsai 3. v s ll DIRECTOR - IOAN HARRIS 5 3' it Technique and muscianship were the basis of selection to All State Orchestra. ln February, five members of Mt. Pleasant's orchestra took part in the annual All State Concert. Beth Teoli, selected first chair vio- lin in the state, was praised for her perform- ance as concert mistress. For the third year Bob Cutler was chosen first chair bass. Mike Henrickson French horn, and Curt Wilson, bassoon were also selected to first chair positions. Members were Robert Cutler Beth Teoli Nancy Harder Curt Wilson Mike Henrickson URCH ESTRA The drama three class produced a play entitled "Gammer-' gurton's Needle". lt was given eight times to many of the English classes. The play is the second oldest comedy in English and was first published in 1575. Set in a sixteenth century hamlet the play is the story of a lost steel needle. The cast included: Becky Waring - Gammergurton Cyndee Raikovvski - Dame Chat john Dossett - Hodge Alicia Makovvski - Tyb Scott DeFoe - Diccon Eric Elfman - Master Bailey Ross Hippely - Dr. Rat AMMERGURTGWS EEDLE T67 DRAMA The annual Christmas plays were held in the student center this year. Produced by the drama classes the plays are given for the children of the district. During March, an all school play was staged, "You Were Born On A Rotten Day" and was directed by new drama instructor, Mrs. Clay, "ss-..,, M On january 14, the Drama Department sponsored a night at the Candlelight Dinner theatre for dinner and a surprisingly good performance of 1776. Of great interest in the production was the appearance of john Dosset as the Courier who sings the ballad that brings the vvar closer to the audience. He was well applauded for both his singing and acting. The one-hundred and fifty student, teach- ers, parents and friends which comprised the audience left the theatre with the feel- ing that our country's official birthday had begun. April 7,1975 - The school was settling into the routine after spring break. At 9:20 an alarm was sounded. This time it wasn't a drill, but a fire that in the end would cost a half million dollars. Officially the fire has been recorded as being of suspicious origin. The fire, fed by costumes, scenery and curtains was so intense that it twisted the steel support girders in the offstage area. The wiring system from the projection booth to the control booth was melted. Water damaged the choral and band rooms, destroying pianos, band instruments, floors and walls. The catwalk, lighting system and tube room was ravaged by the heat, smoke and water. Brick walls cracked. As a result of the severe structural damage, the music wing was closed until major repairs could be made. After an architect's renovating plan had been drawn up, construction bids were invited. In late fall a bid was accept- ed. Construction started in December with a projected completion date of August 15, 1976. The major construction includes the new steel girders, new stage floor and brick walls. A storage loft is to be built offstage for props, scenery and costumes. A new catwalk, complete new lighting sys- tem and curtains are also in the plans. The tube room will be modernized to transistors and the music wing will be completely rewired. Because of stricter fire regulations a sprinkler system will be installed. The music rooms will be retiled and rewalled, but will be basically the same. The interior of the auditorium will not be changed in appear- ance, all improvements are backstage. The cost is born by the insurance company for the pre-existing material. The ""'-.-,,..NMMNNM. . ,sm district pays for the additional items required under the stricter fire code. Fortunately there were no injuries as a result of the fire. ln addition to the cost, the people involved in the music department have been handicapped by, a lack of facilities, destroyed instruments and considerable inconvenience. The band has to set up and take down equipment in the student center everyday. Sectionals are held in the boiler room. Choir rehearsals are held in the cafeteria with a borrowed piano. Choral classes and sectionals are held in the bor- rowed faculty lounge, with a piano that has several non- working keys. The orchestra is relegated to the cramped drama room and the string ensemble meets in the boiler room. The drama department was also severely hampered by the lack of stage, costumes and props. The annual children's plays had to be held in the student center. One of Mount Pleasant's favorite annual events, the musical, for the first time in five years could not be held. An all school play was given under the direction of Mrs. Clay, the new drama teacher. The music department should be commended for their effort in continuing and even expanding all possible pro- grams under very difficult situations. Spread out over the school, without necessary supplies and having to spend time helping to prepare for the renovations is an almost impossible task, but one met with determination from teachers and students. . .iZf,...,. N A . xy! 9 M -in: T69 FTER THE FIRE Z 5 5 Q 2 2 E 1 , s 2 S 1 il 1 4 x E i S i K Si S UL 2 5 3 w !HfJwP:w'Ai3-ass-21556556 , ' . .,wifwmw+z:1Z25msSfi:!fr18iwxPFP2wGsimxrfmfmvfvwsbifafs W 2 ' ,,,w..QgKA,x,,. 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' f f V, X "N .gg , V, R Q, M M ,- 1 .V - N ' ' P - V JK V V ' , 5 ' 1 Vik ., ,NE9 f E1 Q1-ifiigszfws : Qqlfgfgiffryrmi-ggzgxvw sf,.yw.g5f,41 - ff-. 1- N ,N :: V- :mf 514155 ff' wp ff ,:.f2if51" V :.v5g'szf2 ,- A f,Qwwz?T'f' sw ' N 'X li-Tfff . f. L' w a . gm- af v m , swag S V . ' V Q- f f, 1 1U,gm??EW,fVPfa1 f N Srwmff 1-V wr, ww. M f?'ff'. f'fu. - .eww-2?-.V V. V' ffmwf iw4f2'iV -- 'f " -"' . . David K. Fauser SUPERINTE DE It seems that from the first day of his ascendency to the position of Superintendent of the Mt. Pleasant School District in 1973, Mr. Fauser has faced one crisis after another. He has proved his stamina by finding the best solution for a problem maintaining order in the district. No one member of the staff must attend more meet- ings or face more problems than does Mr. Fauser, but he always finds time to know the pulse of all the schools. Perhaps it is that his active children keep him involved in the many phases of school life. He is often found at a PTSA meeting, a football game, or at some meeting for the latest crisis which he will have to meet. P1-QNCIPAL lohn Michalcewiz Dr. lohn fvlichalcewiz, principal since 1966, sees various causes and effects in our educational system. Competition with today's television, the economic conditions which lessen our school resources, and the vast amount of information are all factors that have determined the atmosphere of school. l-le believes that the trend of school is moving toward dealing with social problems of students as well as the academic criteria. ' ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS .......,.N Vik Kenneth E. Schomborg lt was said of Oliver Goldsmith, the 18th century English man of letters, that there was nothing that he touched that he did not adorn, so it is with our man of English who has served the stu- dents of this district since his ap- pointment to the faculty in 1956. His reputation as a teacher is well-founded for at no time was his subject area more important than the students he taught. The long list of students who have kept in touch with him is legion. But he is a teacher's teacher, too. He has served the district well as English Department Chair- man whose advice and help has been sought constantly. Mr. Schomborg's retirement is well deserved, we shall miss his adornments. 174 lfllll Wiss Tltem.. . xxx ,i ll .h il 'T 1 . it . V , . .0 . f .-i.m1wsdf!""'5"L J 'l. ' 'ZX ' r f, f' , df ,,. i I l X W .L 4 if Madeline P. Click Those students who had the good fortune to be in her classes have benefited greatly not only from her excellent teaching but also from her great sense of humor. Because of these attributes, she has gained the respect of both her students and colleagues. Before she came to Mt. Pleasant in 1961, she taught in Wilmington High School. Their loss was our gain for Mrs. Click has contributed much to all of us. 4 f lf I . 1' " xr., V, fl .1 "aw sf, fl -iv . if ... . . ily "r- y 5, I uk' :T 4 " l i Q, l f i w .f gg - Y V Y ' si"iSi2-.sr"'!-55, A james Gennaria As long as there has been Mt. Pleasant High School there has been Mr. Gennaria. He was a member of that first faculty in 1947 and has headed guidance services ever since. lt was his task to keep us up to date on SAT's, PSAT's and all the other letters in the alphabeth of testing. The conferences with students, the college admission directors are too numerous to note here, but his influence has been felt by all who have passed through his office. His services to the school have not always been limited to the guidance office. In those early years, when the faculty was not so large, he assisted in many extra-ciricular activities. How well he deserves the days ahead! BUSINESS ED Christine D. Bekovvski - Business Simulation, Recordkeeping, Girls' Softball Coach, Assistant Girls' Basketball Coach Paul H. Christiansen - Distributive Education, Diversified Occu- pations, Business Simulation, Co-Sponsor DE Club, Member Bicentennial Committee Roger A. Cooper- Typing I, Shorthand I, Word Processing Nicola A, Dellaquila - Accounting, Business Lavv, Football Coach, Freshman Baseball Coach joseph P. Delohn - Diversified Occupations, Business Education, DECA Club Advisor, Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach Margaret A. Einolf - Department Chairman, Typing, Data Pro- cessing I, II Madeline P. Click - Typing I, Introduction to Office Practice, Business Simulation Doris M. Iohnson - Typing II, Shorthand II, Secretarial Office Practice Barbara C. Kroll - Typing I, Business Survey Myrle L. Romano - Clerical Office Practice Data Processing I IoAnn Siegfried - Typing I, II, Shorthand I 'I 75 Sarah A. Carlson - Art ll Victoria D. Huber- Art I, II, Cheerleading Evelyn H. Patterson - Clothing Construction, Chef, International Cooking, Needlecraft Alan A. Shaw - Department Chairman, Art I, ll, Art History, Photog- raphy Lynne Greenberg Sklar - Food for Families, Clothing Construction, Food Preparation, Home EC lg Cheerleading, junior Class Advisor .,...-0" ,am-. .NSE .f-' 176 CULTURAL ART . 1 1 f f QQPQ-'. . .D , . i l' rr ,rx tl Mr, Shaw Mr. Kilroy 4, , -N ,,,5.Q5iJ's diff """ 'fr' l Robert I. Kilroy - Department Chairman, Driver Education, Aviation Club Advisor, National Youth Safety Club Philip D. Mcfvlonagle - Driver Education john W. Sutton - Driver Education, Varsity Baseball Coach, Varsity Club Advisor 177 Q 5 ?3 A ,x ,, gm. Mary Artymenko - German I, II, III, IV f FOREI G LA GES Sarah R. Frye - Latin I, II, III, IV, Latin Club - D Ferne Hale - French II, III Annette Heck - Spanish III, IV, V, AFS Club Advisor Louise N. Hesen - Spanish I, II Miriam I. jones - French I, II, IV, National Honor Society Advisor Annette I. Kohli - Spanish I, II, III, Bridge Club Advisor Phyllis B. Schweidel - French I, II, III Lidia G. Sohodski - Department Chairman, Russian I, II, III, IV, French IV, V, Language Club Advisor 179 3.--1 .wi-P" john W. Crovvther - Graphic Arts, Wood II, III, IV, Cross Country, Winter Track, Track and Field Coach H. Thomas Densmore - Department Chairman, Wood I, Metal I Albin A. Gregg - Wood, Drafting I Charles P. McMahon - Metal, Auto I james I. Gettinger - Auto I, English 9 W. W. Wiebe - Drafting I, II, Ill, Electricity 1 D115 TRIAL Mr. Densmore ART T80 Edgar A. Baker - Consumer Math, Geometry, Math I, Math Analysis, Wrestling Coach Robert E. Barfield - Algebra - Geometry I, II, Math Analysis, Geometry, Consumer Math William H. Boucher- Algebra I, Math I, Consumer Math Charles E. Eisenbise - Algebra - Geometry I, Geometry William P. Fentzloff - Geometry, Algebra II, Math I, Varsity Boys' Basketball Coach Virginia lvl. Ferry - Algebra - Geometry I, Il, Algebra II, Geometry Nixola Grady - Department Chairman, Algebra I, II, Algebra - Geometry III Ralph Lepre - Math I, Algebra I, II William E. Morter - Math Analysis, Algebra II, Math I Ruth F. Roberts - Algebra - Geometry I, Il, III, Geometry David T. Van Wickle - Algebra I, III, Vocational Math, Computer Knowledge, Consumer Math, Computer Club Advisor Margery I. Windolph - Calculus, Math Analysis, Algebra I, Senior Class Advisor Miss Grady ATHEMA Tl CS 9 ofp SGGC ll 181 MUSIC Susan 1 Bruerton Music Appreciation, Choral, Choir, Madrigals Philip A DeFranco Marching, Concert, and Stage Band, School Musical Band loan Harris - Strings, Orchestra Director it gf-1 an ,fr - Mr. Defranco S182 PHY ED 1 X lB f-A , 5? I f I gy, il ", . 4-lx 6 'V vs' gi f, 22-N my .1 V' Q: ' W' 2- 5 ,- lm,,,:11ha- Az if wi ,f - 3 gi' J K" L' -if jf!! lwtll j ll' 'i' fi 5 ff X, X , il rc lames A. Brown - Boys' Phys Ed, Health, Ath- letic Director Marcla S. Ellison - Girls' Phys Ed, Health, Assistant Varsity Hockey Coach, Varsity Bas- ketball Coach, Varsity Lacrosse Coach Rosalyn K. Ewan - Girls' Phys Ed, Health, Hockey Coach, Tennis Coach, Ski Club Ad- visor Harold G. Houser - Department Chairman, Boys' Phys Ed, Health, Freshman Football Coach Robert C. Landis - Boys' Phys Ed, Health, Varsity Soccer Coach, Ski Club Advisor Karl M. Meyers - Boys' Phys Ed, Health, Tennis Coach, Intramurals Elizabeth G. Stewart - Girls' Phys Ed, Health, Volleyball Coach, Freshman Tennis Coach, Intramural Basketball QSQ3'Ybs.f Q'l2A,.Tr 5 W vf N we A 4 S V ' . ,,L..., . - ez ,, , . rt. - ft 5 SCIENCE by my it ta X-. 1-at y if A Eggs. t Kg l Mr, DeAngelis X il4lL"l'J llil tifl Navy Anthony DeAngelis - Department Chairman, Biology, Multiple Science Michael Ciumrot - Chem-Phys, Assistant Football Coach loseph 1. Hesen - Chemistry john lgnatieff - Physics, Concepts of Physics, Boys' Swimming Coach Thomas F. Lapinski - Biology, Multiple Science Margaret H. Lauser - Biology, Multiple Science Carol L. Matthews - Chem-Phys, Band Front Co-ordinator joseph R. Maxwell - Chemistry, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach, Golf Coach lohn Morgan - Chem-Phys john 1. O'Connor - Biology, Multiple Science, Independent Study BiOlOgyp Freshman Basketball Coach Robert Phillips - Biology, Multiple Science Gene R. Ziegler - Chemistry, Senior Class Advisor 1. vm uwv , , ., .. .. 1..,.N,,i1,..,131n......,M . . ,. "T .i'x, s l'5 joseph P. Ambrosino - Modern European History, Western World Cultures john E. Archer - World Cultures, World Affairs Advisor, Track Official Muriel Borish - American History, Sociology Albert B. Clark - American History john W. Crum fLeave of Absencel - American History Robert E. Emrich - Department Chairman, American History, Economics Leonard K. Lupin - Psychology, Chess Club Advisor David C. Menser - Anthropology, American History, junior Varsity Soccer Coach Stanley l. Schatz - World Cultures, Girls' Gymnastics Coach Lee A. Scott - Problems of Democracy, American History, World Cultures, Varsity Football Coach, Freshman Track Coach Lucille K. Sherman - American History Barbara C. Shinn - World Cultures Western Lillian R. Zolin - American History, Political Science 'tt SD CIAL STUDIES 1 t 'l . lfuisi f N Y s . wi n i M AW X l W . QNX Xfgl X X I 1 'i.:?'l. ,N1i1N X jg" , EL ,5 , ' , i ' l , F-E: f fa t. .I if M 'l?"'W.fff:1v If il ll Qgda f ' 9 0 ,il-1 , J ' .aggr- I f ,gd fy. Mr. Emrich SPECIAL EDUCATIQ .gf Nm, X QQ Wliiiiiiiiiiilmll Mrs. Green lack Fox - Special Education Robert P. France - English, Math World Culturesg Freshman Football Coach Faye E. Goldstein - Special Education loan K. Green - English, Math Fredricka W. Lonberg-Holm - English, World Cultures Ruth C. Kaufman - Reading Rosario R. Limrnina - Work Study Programg Base- ball Coach Sally R. Myers - English, Social Studies, Math l ' . .bmi Nell Campbell Lee Eldredge Victoria Etsvveiler james Gennaria - Department Chairman Edward B. Heyden Walter Kearney David L. Pearl L iisigfeigif Mr. Gennaria GUIDAN C Miss Venable ,,MvtW7a Tl 87 Leucia B. Venable - Librarian Tess Dean - Library Technical As- sistant Victoria Erwin - Library Technical Assistant Frank A. Petras - Co-ordinator of Libraryflvledia Services Audrey l. Trent - Library Techni- cal Assistant 1 , Virginia Walker, Nurse 111113 Beverly Ryan, School Aide Ida Rovven Rebecca Majevvski , ma, e ,V x 14' If : Dolores I. Elliott 51351113 TAIUES Ruth H. Lautz 3155 w- 2-iw? lxlx 5 1 'P fb .i W W4 Margaret Stemer Knot picturedj X if f ef, ,, Eleanor Plauche 158 l , H., k.., ,Q Z:-mm V37 ,Jr Mr. A. takes it easy 'M I ,, ,. ago Margery Windolph, our Teacher-of-the- Year H xr S' ' f,-1 Q3 3' ,fig-.i,,f 'Yi The Three Musketeers X. Mrs, Morgan's Birthday Surprise 'I 89 2 Q 5 F ? 5 i S 5 5 5 55 E , 3 3 9 3 5 E Qi 23 Q 3 Zi if , , H - V M ' E 5 E E 2, w H W 23. is s Zx wg "F 53 Z" 5 2 5 2 E 1 Y E 5 W W 5, ig! 5? ? s I Q lunior Class Council Officers: Pat Norton, Presidentg Hans Van Heek, Vice-Presidentp Robin McCauley, Secretaryg Aggie Budischak, Treasurer, lunior Class Advisors: Mr. Ciarnboy and Mrs. Sklar CLASS UF 1977 Barry Barlow Stephanie, Battis Catherine Beacroft Richard Beasom Carole Becker Dee Bell Lise Bender Carolyn Bennett Donald Bennett Marie Berbeza Bradley Berg Sharon Berger leanne Blair Debra Blount ' at I . Tr Irv. '7 ' l . ,nn ,, rag t,iitt,., y g s . 5555? XA 3 , ggi' trys A l I L F5315 il A walt: 'M Susan Brandt Lisa Breckenridge Daniel Bregman Dorene Brown Mark Bucknam Agnes Budischak Gary Burkle Sharon Burlew Thomas Burton Robert Busch Gregory Butler Raymond Butler lames Calvin Kelli Camburn 4 gc t 5 rm? gg 7 xr H AS' , I A' 0 5 J L fi L v L rp A ' J R , ,- ax. 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Sophomore Class Officers: Mike Osman, Presidentg Ron DiGiacomo, Vice-Presidentg Cheri Hudson, Secretaryg Becky Davis, Treasurer. 202 ff' ff Todd Amspacher Linda Anderson Dana Angeline Linda Annable Diane Appleton Lisa Armstrong Robert Armstrong Martha Arnold Sharon Ashby Rachel Ashley Donna Atallian james Bachman Timothy Bailey Terrence Baker Karen Baldwin Kathryn Banning Laura Barbour Beth Barnes lulia Barnett Marie Battis Robert Bauchwitz 'Aw - 'll' :effigy .l if ' X gy in 5 i - 74705 '- 5 Sli xl. ,....- his 'qslj-1, , -f"'i' W f '1 i Q fl All 5 rr ,... 1. -A xm- -:frees - ,fm fr 'f ati., c' Q iziiislf. v vi- wx, X 13, Q "'- Il ' x -5 'Ei wk" ' 2 W l' 1: K it 1 l 1 ,,.. ll 9 L r ' ' szfrffi " 5 ' ' ai wr Q 2 wyaztyg ,ss l ' i t xl : rt A K Lg X' l 'Z ' , f ESS' ' A L .1 and 'dart- BQYQWS 'J an ,ai T' tttr1 4 ttrr . s as ft, 1 r , A "ssi Us Ugg? Et '-' it B ' at N 1 li 3 .5 lf t :L . r lt l r r ,A I-1, 1 , it 5- .Wi C . 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A ,g fx Y is S fm Kurt Akeley 1607 Shadybrook Rd. 19803 Michael Albanese 431 Marsh Rd, 19809 Francine Alisa 513 Hanover Rd. 19809 Michael Allison 1221 Lazewood Dr. 19803 Sarah Allmond 104 Rowland Park Blv. 19803 Leif Alnes N-6485 Torvikbulet NORWAY David Anderson 307 Holly Oak Rd. 19809 Kathleen Anderson 1721 Pennrock Rd. 19809 Richard Anderson 701 Rysing Dr. 19809 William Annable 310 Lighthouse Rd. 19809 lames Argo 303 Brandywine Blv. 19809 Allison Asay 1202 Brandywine Blv. 19809 Mark Babiarz 428 Marsh Rd. 19809 Nancy Bader 1312 Haines Ave. 19809 Susanna Balback 1003 Highland Ave. 19809 Alan Balick 1407 Athens Rd, 19810 Ted Barnett 1401 Athens Rd. 19810 Kathy Basara 301 Townsend Ave. 19809 Ruth Beck 711 Woodsdalr Rd. 19809 Don Becker 1210 Mayfield Dr. 19803 Gordon Beggs 124 Homewood Rd. 19803 Leslie Belasco 214 Crest Rd. 19803 Kim Bellew 840 Causez Ave. 19703 Richard Berger 2509 Garfield Ave. 19703 Denise Bernhard" 5 Ridgewood Circle 19809 Alice Biddle 504 River Rd. 19809 Wayne Blackwell 317 Woodside Ave. 19809 Bobby Blanchard 1411 lan Dr. 19803 Senior Directory Cathy Blevnns 409 Garland Rd. 19803 Bill Bock 1302 Quincy Dr. 19810 Richard Bonatto 10 S Cannon Dr.19809 Caroline Bonner 1406 Ivy Drive 19803 Andy Booz 1000 Hillside Blv. 19803 loyce Borchardt 4664 Norwood Dr. 19803 Bill Bowden 1313 Newcombe Dr. 19810 lohn Boyd Ill 801 Woodsdale Rd. 19809 William Boyd 203 Channel Rd. 19809 Kathleen Bradley 2006 Lincoln Ave. 19809 Richard Bradley 207 Channel Dr. 19809 Deborah Brand 1208 Boothby Dr. 19809 Denise Bratten 2126 The Highway 19810 Maureen Brennen 101 Glennside Ave. 19803 Michelle Bryan 107 Southwick Dr. 19810 loanne Bucci 905 Causez Ave. 19703 Betsey Buckley ' 10 Homewood Rd. 19803 Edward Bucknam 1405 Carson Rd. Norman Buczik 512 Crest Rd. 19803 Dana Bunting 116 Delview Dr. 19810 Mark Burins 1404 Windybush Rd. 19810 Diane Burris 1300 Greenhill Ave. 19809 Laurie Calloway 8 Georgetown Ave. 19809 Claire Campbell 121 Bette Rd. 19803 Eileen Campbell 10 Nancy Rd. 19809 Erin Campbell 104 Marcella Rd. 19803 Cathleen Candeloro 704 Parkside Blv. 19703 leffery Capaldi 302 Overbrook Ave. 19803 lohn Caris 308 Euclide Ave. 19809 Diane Carpenter 1228 Heather Lane 19803 Kathy Cathell 2205 Graemar Rd. 19809 Maureen Cekine 1708 Phil. Pike 190890 Valerie Cesna 1708 Dalfied Dr. 19803 lay Chaffin 2207 Prior Rd. 19809 Michael Chambers 23 Marsh Rd. 19809 Gerry Chernekoff A 1411 Athens Rd. 19803 lana Cicvak 1315 Oberlin Rd. 10810 Mark Cinaglia 2204 Hillside Blv. 19810 Kathy Clauges 4 Polk Dr. 19809 lohn Clayton lr. 16 E Dale Rd. 19810 Michael Clingman 1321 Quincy Dr. 19803 Stephen Cluff 1616 Windybush Rd. 19810 Ronald Codney 838 Causez Ave. 19703 Renee Cohen 1312 Tulane Rd. 19810 Wendie Cohen 4604 Weldin Rd. 19803 Cheryl Conaty 806 Seville Ave. 19809 Robert Concors 819 Causez Ave. 19703 Charles Conner 1619 Sunset Lane 19810 Cornelia Conrad 1421 Athens Rd. 19803 Reid Coppock 116 Southwick Dr. 19810 Deborah Cordle 908 Marion Ave. 19809 leffrey Coslett 13 Lori Lane 19809 Carol Coustenis 1400 Athens Rd. 19803 Carol Cowan 308 Euclid Ave, 19809 Kelley Craig 7 S Stuyvesant Dr. 19809 Herbert Crowe 902 Lore Ave. 19809 2 30 Robert Cutler 28 Colony Blvd. 19802 Marcus Dalnogare 1500 Brandywine Blvd. 19809 George Davis 901 Butler Ave. 19803 Robbin Dawson 10 E Dale Rd. 19803 Gorcdon Day 412 Maple Ave. 19809 Maureen Decker 8 Paynter Dr. 19809 Nancy Dedman 504 Crest Rd. 19803 Scott Defoe 505 Laurel Ave. 19809 Amanda Dewey 13CB Chadwick Rd. 19803 Donna DiFerdinando 5 E Salisbury Dr. 19809 joseph DiGiacomo 1140 Webster Dr. 19803 Kevin Dillon 1804 Inn Lane 19810 David DiRaddo 903 Parkside Blvd. 19703 Brian Doerner 19 Baynard Blvd. 19803 Deborah Donovan 5 E 37th St. 19802 lohn Dossett 102 South Rd. 19809 Elizabeth Dougherty 710 Phillips Ave. 19809 loseph Drane 1020 Euclid Ave.19809 Rudolph Dryden 4614 Weldin Rid. 19809 David Dunwody 1207 Greenhill Ave. 19809 Sandra Dziekan 860 Parkside Blvd. 19703 Mildred Eck 13 Beverly Place 19809 Eric Elfman 1323 Quincy Dr. 19803 Cheryl Elliott 515 Brentwood Dr. 19803 Staci Engel 622 Northside Dr. 19809 Matt Engler 1221 Brook Dr. 19809 Steven Epstein 509 Hanover Rd. 19809 ' Gary Esayian 2011 Ferndale Dr. 19810 Betty Faust 12 S Stuyvesant Dr. 19809 Richard Ferrell 134 Marcella Rd. 19803 Laura Ferriss ' 411 Baynard Blvd. 19803 Lois Fink 200 Lighthouse Rd. 19809 Marianne Fleming 215 Rowland Park Blv. 19803 Alvaro Flores 19711 AV "A" 2-13 ZONAZ "SAUCE" Guatemala, C.A. Linda Foran 2505 Garfield Ave. 19703 Meg Ford 59 W Salisbury Dr. 19809 Deborah Forster 12 Pennewell Dr. 19809 Larichie France 2108 Lincoln Ave. 19809 Suzanne Frangia 1102 Lore Ave. 19809 Bruce Frankel 110 Southwick Drf19810 Michael Frawley 111 Chestnut Ave. 19809 Lynda Frederick 201 Edgewood Dr. 19809 Robert Friedberg 5 Lori Lane 19809 Wayne Gable 3 Georgetwon Ave. 19809 jim Cano 1709 Shadybrook Dr. 19803 Michelle Germack 1437 Fresno Dr. 19803 Carmella Gibellino 5104 Washington Ext. 19809 janice Gill Clifton Park Apts. 19802 Harold Gillard lll g 407 Clearview Ave. 19809 james Gobeil 1301 Hillside Blv. 19803 john Gobeil 1301 Hillside Blv. 19803 Ronald Godwin 2 Polk Drive 19809 Kate Golby 1307 Tulane Rd. 19803 jill Goldberg 1218 Grinnel Rd. 19803 Donald Goodman 4 Short Hill Rd. 19809 Ronald Goodman 4 Short Hill Rd. 19809 Vincent Gordon 33 N Pennewell Dr. 19809 William Granger 106 Allmond Ave. 19803 Gary Gray 2206 Grace Rd. 19809 Connie Greenfield 12 S. Cannon Dr. 19809 Susan Greenhouse 2 Lori Lane 19809 Scott Gregory .1307 Quincy Dr. 19803 Ronnie Griffin 5109 Gov. Printz 19802 Betty Grimes ' 24 Georgetown Ave. 19809 Mary Alice Grimes 1004 Bellefonte Ave. 19809 Andrea Groll 22 E Dale Rd. 19810 Cathy Groome 15 Lori Lane 19809 joseph Gutosky jr. 6 E Salisbury Rd. 19809 Ruth Hahn 1 Newark Union Rd. 19803 Edward Haley 35 Shellburne Dr. 19803 Robin Haley 35 Shellburne Dr. 19803 Susan Handelman 2000 Greenbriar Rd. 19810 Mary Haney 510 Wyoming Ave. 19809 Rebecca Hannover 1620 Sunset Lane 19810 jeffrey Hannum 2327 Sconset Rd. 19810 Nancy Harder . 1314 Tulane Rd.19810 Doug Harder 1314 Tulane Rd. 19810 Chester Hargreaves Ill 1603 River Rd. 19809 james Harpham 207 Rowland Park Blv. 19803 Greg Harrison 1806 Graywell Rd. 19803 David Healy 16 Dansfield Dr. 19810 john Heiks 1111 Webster Dr. 19803 Andrea Hein 109 Danforth Pl. 19810 janet Heisler 1907 Beechwood Dr. 19810 Thomas Heldreth 7 Colony Blvd. 19802 Wayne Hepler 111 Chatam Pl. 19810 Stephen Highfield 108 Maple Ave. 19809 Cathy Hodges 1304 Radford Dr. 19803 Heidi Hoegger 1513 Harvey Rd. 19810 jeffrey Hoerner 711 Phillips Ave. 19809 Beth Hoffstein 1613 Stoneyrun Dr. 19809 Audrey Hope 4900 Washington St. 19809 Ira Horden 1506 Athens Rd. 19810 Dan Horgan 39 W Salisbury Dr. 19809 Charles Horne 4 N Cannon Dr. 19809 William Horton 303 Lighthose Dr. '19809 Karen Huber Andross Rd. 19809 Larry Hudak 308 Beechwood Rd. 19809 Mark Hudson 109 Odessa Ave 19809 Robert Huffman jr. 37 Stoney Run Rd. 19809 Steve Hughes 4 E Clearview Ave 19809 Scott Hutchinson 629 Shipley Rd. 19803 Eileen Igo 1009 River Rd. 19809 Alan Ingalls 108 Smyrna Ave 19809 james Irvin 308 Wyoming Ave. 19809 jayne Irwin 1235 Lakewood Dr. 19803 Beth jackson 904 Phil Pike 19809 Nancy james 101 Woodland Dr. 19809 Howard jamison 1351 Maple Ave. 19805 Brian jefferis 1605 Shadybrook Rd. 19803 Diane jenkins 305 Wyoming Ave. 19809 William jenkins 1907 Lincoln Ave. 19809 james jernoske 11 Holly Hill Rd.19so9 Diane jewell 106 Milford Ave. 19809 Bruce jornlin 409 N Lynn 19809 Robin joseph 2 So. Rodney 19809 Peter jurmala 107 Ridgeland Rd. 19809 Denise Kauffman 833 Marvel Ave. 19703 Mary Kazio - 902 Elizabeth Ave. 19809 Terese Kealy 23 N Cliffe Dr. 19809 Kathleen Kelleher 1105 Grandview Ave. 19809 Tom Kelley 47 N Cannon Dr. 19809 Harvey Kirkner 200 Clayton Dr. 19809 Erik Kissa 1436 Fresno Dr. 19810 Ben Klein 1310 Stanford Rd. 19803 lay Kogon 1420 Drake Rd. 19803 Theresa Koitsch 318 Shipley Rd. 19809 Peter Kouba 1603 Shadybrook Rd. 19803 Emanuel Kountourzis 828 Marvel Ave. 19703 Patricia Krauss 603 Bellevue Dr. 19809 Paul Kulesza 703 Phillips Ave. 19809 Frederick LaGaccia 1503 Athens Rd. 19803 Robin Laskey 1807 Harvey Rd. 19810 Ray Lavoie lr. 2206 Sconset Rd. 19810 Doug Leamy 107 Delview Dr. 19810 Paula Lee 1011 River Rd. 19809 lames Legates 501 Woodside Ave. 19809 Bill Leiser 829 Marvel Ave. 19703 Abbe Levitsky 11 Silverside Rd. 19809 Rose Lewis 62 Highland Ct. 19809 Elizabeth Lewis 1202 Mayfield Dr. 19803 lanet Lewis 919 Cloister Rd. 19809 Patricia Liro 508 Delaware Ave. 19809 Suzanne Littleton 600 Duncan Rd. 19809 Marsha Livingston 1204 Terra Hill Dr. 19809 Laurie Louder 4658 Malden Dr. 19803 Lee Lovett 904 Wilson Rd, 19803 Bill Lower 1216 Evergreen Rd. 19803 Richard MacDonald 6 N Pennewell19809 Susan MacLean 132 Marcella Rd. 19803 loslyn Maerov 513 Spring Lake Ave. 19809 Tracy Magner 1230 Evergreen Rd. 19803 Chester Makowski 8 Wheatfield Dr. 19810 Carl Malatesta 521 Lennox Rd. 19809 Susan Manners 607 Northside Dr. 19809 Susan Markward 1500 Harvey Rd. 19810 Ronald Marley 1500 Harvey Rd. 19810 Linda Marroni 1716 Penguin Rd. 19809 Patricia Marsden 38 N Cliffe Dr. 19809 William Marshall 1124 Webster Dr, 19803 Maureen Martinenza 827 Woodsdale Rd. 19809 Cynthia Maxwell 1303 Tulane Rd. 19810 Pat May 302 River Rd. 19809 Kelly McBride 1108 Lakewood Dr. 19803 Michael McCabe 30 Wayne Dr. 19809 Richard McCall 203 Delaware Ave. 19809 Carlynn McDonnell 11 N Rodney Dr. 19809 Tom McDonough 901 Parkside Blv. 19703 joseph McKeown 108 Edgeroad Lane 19803 Frank McLaughlin 1405 Stoneleigh Rd. 19803 Karen McLeod 1328 Tulane Rd. 19803 lulia Meade 2212 Little Lane 19810 Mary Ann Meade 314 Lighthouse Rd.19809 Mary Ann Meader 314 Lighthouse Rd. 19809 leffrey Medgebow 24 N Cliffe 19809 Faith Megonigal 1600 Marsh Rd. 19803 Barbara Melie 1204 Evergreen Dr. 1980.3 Wendy Messick 2310 Cherry Lane 19810 Pam Mier 17 Clifton Park 19809 Laurie Milewski 121 Carlie Rd, 19803 Tony Miller 10 Colony Blv. 19809 Deborah Miller 1210 Bruce Rd. 19803 Robin Miller 1007 Cloister Rd. 19809 Leslie Milling 219 North Rd. 19809 LaDonna Mitchell 1712 Walnut St.19809 Donna Mitchell 1608 Sunset Lane 19803 Sondra Mittelman 510 Crest Rd. 19803 Denise Monaghan 11Cb Greenhill Rd. 19809 Donna Monagle 907 Causez Ave. 19703 Tom Monahan 510 Wyndham Rd. 19809 Betsey Moncure 1601 Woodsdale Rd. 19809 loyce Mooney 205 E Delaware Ave. 19809 Michelle Mooney 106 Homewood Rd. 19803 Andrew Moore 723 Woodsdale Rd. 19809 Nancy Moyed 837 Marvel Ave. 19803 Mitchell Moyer 904 Cranbrook Dr. 19803 Daniel Mumford 32 S Cliffe Dr. 19809 William Neifert lr. 1212 Terra Hill Dr. 19809 Carol Nester 815 Causez Ave. 19703 Carol Nettleton 4 N Cliffe Dr. 19809 Catherine Norton 701 Highland Ave. 19809 Frederic Nosalik 5109 Gov. Printz 19809 loseph O'Donnel'l 507 Stidham Rd. 19809 Deborah O'Neal 307 Odessa Ave. 19809 Scott Orechwo 3 Parkway 19809 Todd Palmer 101 Chestnut Ave. 19809 252 Luc Papillon 1425 Carson Rd. 19803 Pam Pappas 919 Naudin Ave. 19703 Dorothy Parker 11 Riverside Dr. 19809 leff Paul 1522 Seton Dr. 19809 Kevin Payne 1000 Fairview Ave. 19809 Charles Pearce 125 Wynwood Dr,19810 Scott Pearl 2105 Prior Rd. 19809 lanice Pease 1429 Athens Rd. 19803 leffery Pete 1409 Ivy Dr. 19803 Kent Peterson 5 Brandywine Blv. 19809 Dianne Petrella 2516 Traynor Ave, 19703 Lisa Petrillo 904 Cranbrook Dr. 19803 Ed Pettee 528 Holly Oak Rd. 19809 lames Phillips 43 N Pennevvell Dr. 19809 Susan Pletz 1539 Seton Dr. 19809 Daxid Plittrnan 2 Corinne Ct, 19809 46 a f. 714- s :J jj: S Z, K 5 - .. ,g'-ig, 3 il 1 ' I 4 501 2 1 .t 115, 2... 100915 A 'Q i Hans Ploeg 4669 Dartmour Dr. 19803 Gunter Pohl Schrofenstrasse 14 89 Augsburg, Germany William Potts 1502 Lincoln Ave. 19809 Barbara Preis 302 River Road 19809 lohn Provin lr. 300 Wyoming Ave. 19809 Susan Purse 309 Delaware Ave. 19809 Cyndee Raikowski 1509 Marsh Rd. 19803 Susan Randolph 1100 Prospect Ave. 19809 Irving Realy 500 Blue Rock Rd. 19809 Karen Reece 313 Blue Rock Rd. 19809 Patti Reed 1016 Talley Rd. 19809 lanet Rein 19 Holly Hill Rd. 19809 Deborah Rhoades 2203 Marsh Rd. 19810 lanis Richter 1305 Tulane Rd. 19803 lAllen Ridgaway 1002 Highland Ave,19809 William Ridler 514 Crest Rd. 19803 Mary Righos 815 Naudine Ave 19703 Michael Riley 912 Haines Ave 19809 Denise Ritter 504 Marsh Rd. 19809 Dave Rizzo 507 Glenside Ave. 19803 Karen Roberts 31 S Pennewell Dr. 19809 Patricia Roberts 703 Euclid Ave. 19803 William Roseman 1407 Prospect Dr. 19809 ludy Rosevich 5 Homewood Rd. 19803 Cynthia Royale 803 Naudain Ave. 19703 Amy Rubin 312 Springhill Rd. 19809 Ellan Rubin 500 Crest Rd. Patricia Rupert 1700 Shadybrook Rd. 19803 Valerie Rushmere 1126 Webster Dr. 19803 Linda Rutter 1706 Pennrock Rd. 19809 Rodney Ryle 1206 Wilson Rd. 19803 Michelle Sachs 2512 Garfield Ave. 19703 Nancy Sachs 2519 Hughes Ave. 19703 Sally Sands 200 Maple Ave. 19809 Karen Scarponi 2312 Sconset Dr. 19810 Steve Schall 1511 Athens Rd. 19810 lulie Schein 2200 Millers Rd. 19810 jennifer Schenker 1419 Bucknell Rd. 19803 Robert Scheu 1205 Heather Lane 19803 Tom Schmelzer 106 Carlie Rd. 19803 Claudia Schneider 520 Rothbury Rd. 19803 William Schwartz 48 N Rodney Dr. 19809 David Scott 1216 Heather Lane 19803 Richard Scott 1408 Carson Rd. 19803 Anne Secor 4000 Weldin Rd. 19803 Donald Selsavage lr. 3 N. Cannon Dr. 19809 Amy Shaffer 1002 Hillside 19803 Carolyn Shaw 1203 Greenhill Ave. 19803 Karen Shaw ' 1405 lan Dr. 19803 Kathleen Shaw 812 Parkside Blv. 19703 Donna Sheldon 28 S. Cannon Dr. 19809 Linda Shelley 904 Naudine Ave 19703 Sandy Sherman 3 Capa Ct. 19809 Nancy Short 2514 Hughes Ave. 19705 Terry Short 3 Woodsway Rd. 19809 Richard Sickler 805 Woodsdale Rd. 19809 Donald Sines 2516 Hughes Ave. 19703 Mary Skomorucha 914 Parkside Blv. 19703 Donna Sloan 2109 C. Prior Rd. 19809 lohn Sloan 1698 Shadybrook Rd. 19809 Monk Smiley 1103 Norbee Dr. 19803 David Smith 1201 Chadwick Rd. 19803 Don Smith 607 Euclid Ave. 19809 leff Smith 1606 Brandywine Blv. 19809 james Snyder 4 Capa Ct. 19809 Barbara Sokola ' 416 Garland Rd. 19803 Susan Spinden 806 Melrose Ave. 19809 Carolyn Sproat 6 S Cliffe Dr. 19809 Marilyn Stapleford 315 Springhill Ave. 19809 Charlene Steele 1406 lan Dr. 19803 Susan Steinke 30 Cragmere Rd. 19809 Dennis Sterndale 195 River Rd. 19809 Nancy Sterner 2625 Grubb Rd. 19810 ludy Stevens 513 Laurel Ave. 19809 Helen Stevenson 9 Odessa Ave. 19809 Nora Steward RD. 2 Box 347A S. DuPont Highway Smyrna, De 19977 Penny Stewart 39 Riverside Dr. 19809 Guy Stewart 804 Parkside Blvd. 19703 Stephen Streiker 1214 Heather Lane 19803 Guy Surer lr. 1606 Shadybrook Rd. 19803 Mina Sutton 7 Stoney Run Rd. 19809 Lisa Swoboda 302 Shipley Rd. 19809 Robert Sylvester 1204 Haines Ave. 19809 Alexandra Tarabicos 1209 lefferson Ave. 19809 Ed Tarlov 15 Baynard Blv. 19803 Carol Taylor 201 Silverside Rd. 19809 leff Taylor 1210 Boothby Dr. 19809 Martha Taylor 1 Celina Ct. 19803 Terri Taylor 60 Highland Ct. 19802 Terry Themal 2308 E Mall 19810 Mary Thomson 706 Phillips Ave. 19809 George Tice lr. 5 Cragmere Rd. 19809 chip rm A 1701 Appletree Lane 19810 lames Totten 122 Delview Dr. 19810 Robert Towson 1606 Walton Rd. 19803 Michael Traficante 113 Wynwood Dr. 19810 Glenna Trescott 14 S Cannon Dr. leffrey Trump 406 Del Ave. 19809 Sue Tubbs 1421 lan Dr. 19803 Tom Tullio 1304 Chadwick Rd. 19803 lohn Twaddell lll 1709 Penguin Rd. 19809 Robert Twaddell 1709 Penguin Rd. 19809 Kenneth Tyson 829 Causez Ave, 19703 Patrick VanVeen 715 Rysing Dr. 19809 Guy VanderLek 2301 Lorely Lane 19810 Cathy VanSice 12 Hilton Rd. 19810 Karen Vicary 1420 Fresno Rd.19803 Kim Vietri 600 lvydale Rd. 19803 Dwight Walker 105 Clayton Ave. 19809 William Ward 2324 Sconset Rd. 19810 Rebecca Waring 1513 River Road 19809 Deborah Wartel 1415 Ivy Dr. 19803 Arlene Washkiewicz 2105 Grant Ave. 19809 Al Wassynger lr. 117 Chatham Pl.19810 Carolyn Watts 114 Southwick Dr,19810 lohn Webb 109 North Rd. 19809 Bruce Weiner 200 Woodland Rd. 19809 Wendy Weingrad 12 S Cliffe Dr. 19809 Gail Weinstein 1222 Grinnel Rd. 19803 Charles Wetherholt 1326 Prospect Dr. 19809 lodi Wexler 2142 Haven Rd. 19809 Art Whaley 1308 Tulane Rd. 19803 Nancy Whaley 1217 Lakewood Dr. 19803 Dorothy White 212 Clenside Ave. 19803 Cynthia Whitner 4665 Malden Dr. 19803 lohn Wierzbowski 1503 Lakewood Dr. 19803 Eric Williams 110 Sunset Dr. 19809 Sharon Williams 401 Odessa Ave. 19809 Brian Wilson 10 Wollaston Rd.19810 Curt Wilson 1410 Emory Rd. 19803 Sandra Wilson 1412 lan Dr. 19803 David Wolfson 1213 Brook Dr.19803 Sam Wolhar 1414 Athens Rd. 19803 leffrey Wooleyhan 1402 Fresno Rd. 19803 David Wright 105 E 40th St. 19802 Sharon Wright 120 Chatam Pl.19810 Kim Young 36 Baynard Blv. 19803 Chris Yetter 1 Wheatfield Dr. 19810 Iulie Zeftel 4619 Sylvanus Dr.19803 MT. PLEASANT CCDMMEMQRATE Tl-IE BICENTENNIAL ?...,,,,,,,,,,,,.N,.,.w.N, The first of a series of exhibits in the school was a display of literary memoribalia depicting the achieve- ments of writers and poets from Herman Melville to Robert Frost. In December, the main lobby fea- tured a Bicentennial Christmas Tree, the creation of Mrs. Ryan of the nursing staff. nfl. ycyryi. N . . F A collection of Well known Christmas stories were featured in the library window displays. Also shown were rare greeting cards. 235 AN EVENING AT CANDELIGHTS1776 E THE BICENTENNIAL LOGG IS UNVEILED 236 IU IORS TOURED HISTORICAL SIGHTS junior photographer Todd Rosen preserved in pictures a junior class field trip to historic and literary shrines in the Philadelphia - Camden area. The seven photos on this page include Independence Hall, The Liberty Bell, juniors at Betsy Ross House, The Franklin Bust, a visit to Poe House, a visit to Walt Whitman's tomb and the Betsy Ross House. We J ,- tw e - . .N , ' . ,, - dtik we - ge The Green af faff goef ,J 9 R, .., , l 4 4 l 1 . 4 4 4 i l 4 l l 4 I I . l i M K .kkk 4 l 4 4 l l 4 4 1 i 'X l 4 l 4 i l 1976 CREE LE F Andrea Hein ........ Kate Colby ........... Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Daniel Mumford ........ ....... P hotography Co-Editor Todd Palmer ........... ....... P hotography Co-Editor Abbe Levitsky ............ ............ B oys' Sports Editor Elizabeth Stewart .......... .......................... G irls' Sports Editor Ellan Rubin .............. ....................................... A ctivities Editor Kelly McBride ......... ......... A ssistant to the Activities Editor Andrea Hein ........ ......................................... S enior Editor Bruce Levine ........... ......... U nderclassmen Co-Editor joseph LeMin .......... ......... U nderclassmen Co-Editor Frank Ciamboy ........... ...................... O pening Section Andrea Hein ............ ........ M usic and Drama Editor Kate Colby ............................................................ Faculty Editor Other Staff Members: Ann Kahn, janet latko, Renee Tomic, Meg Shaw Advisor: Mr. Frank Ciamboy Design Credits: Cover ............. .................................................. T ed Barnett Endsheets ........................ Richard Chang, Margie Hamburger Dividers .......................................... Ted Barnett, Kelly McBride Club and Faculty Lettering .............................. Richard Chang Faculty Artwork .................................................. Richard Chang Logo ...................................................................... Richard Chang Artwork pages 37, 53, 61, 65, 68, 69 .............. Andrew Moore Artwork pages 31, 62, 212 ..................................... Laura Ferriss Contributing Photography .... Susan Manners, lohn Kaplan, Shaw Photographers, leff Smith, David Klein, Alice Biddle Pictured L-R: Todd Plamer, Abbe Levitsky, Richard Chang, Ellan Rubin, janet latko, joseph LeMin, Kelly McBride, Kate Colby, Andrea Hein, Bruce Levine, Ted Barnett, Penny Stewart, Daniel Mumford, Ann Kahn O l Early m SFIC311 239 Sullivan sighed but he did not argue "I think l'll miss you, jonathan," was all he said. "Sully, for shame!" jonathan said in reproach, "and don't be foolish! What are we trying to practice every day? If our friendship depends on things like space and time, Then when we finally overcome space and time, we've destroyed our own brotherhood. But overcome space, and all we have left is Here. Overcome time and all we have left is Now. And in the middle of Here and Now, don't you think we might see each other once or twice?" l jonathan Livingston Seagull l5'7J.....- 41-aiu Q1-..7'e" -'J' un" . ., ,-4, ,. ..J.-,g..-a..,.. MALL.- ga- I . - .. g.L:...-...xQ. Aa-.-Q n4'L,-.c'u ff


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