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THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. GROUP ONE. Front row: joan Belgrade, Susan Stephene, June Gaffney, Leslie Anderson, Susan Taylor,
Connorton, Peggy Trakas, Louis Birinyi, jim Flannagin, Cort Wagner, Laura Berman, Donna Mattison, Judith Stahl, Patricia Swider, Sandra
Robert Burke, Donald Braily, Allen Gracewski, David Spitz, Lucille Barth.
Swider, Elody Johnson. Top row: Karin Schmidt, Patricia Casey, Judith
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DAVID SPITZ is the MC for the National Honor Society induc- NATIONAL HONOR students catch up on homework while waiting to have
tion ceremonies. their picture taken.
THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. GROUP TWO. Front row: Top row: Karen Saxe, Tom Rando, Michael Goldstein, Dana Mac-
Marilyn Freeman, Betsy Driscoll, Marianna Chamberlain, Sandra Oren- Namee, john Greiner, Richard Birinyi, Andrew Levinson, Jay Scanlon,
stein, Linda Swider, Susan Detz, jane Ginsberg, Donna Pindelski, Chris Murray Zuckerman, Christian Dahl, Nicholas Muscarella, Pat Sheehan.
Fulchiero, Elyse Olsen, Fern Clark, Rochelle DiStefano, Leslie Hauss.
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Debating and Honors Societies encourage growth oi intellect
THE QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY. Front row: Rochelle DiStefano, Susan
Detz, Lavern Key. Second row: Nancy Baker, Allison Rivard, Pamela Morris,
Marilyn Messacar, Jane Ginsberg, june Gaiieney, Luqf Swider, Bettejane Golart.
Third row: Henry ResnikoH, Leslie Anderson, Wes Slate, Carolyn Renaldi,
Susan Taylor, Anne Ellison. Top row: Louis Birinyi, Andrew Levinson, Miner
Vincent, David Spitz.
"Red China should be admitted to the UN!
Eighteen-year-olds deserve the vote! Waterford
and New London should merge!" Listeners
greeted these emphatic pronouncements with
frowns of intense concentration as the Forum
Club began its monthly debate of controversial
issues. After a panel of club members presented
both the pro and con positions, the rest of the
club joined in rebuttal and discussion, guided
by Miss Sullivan, adviser. The walls of C-307,
center of Forum Club activities, often rang with
arguments, since topics were provocative. This
year a group of Forum Club members met St.
Bernard's students in a stimulating inter-
Staif members from both The Comparr and
The Clipper were eligible for membership in
the Quill and Scroll Society, a national organi-
zation which provides recognition for students
active in high school journalism. Those accepted
to Quill and Scroll were presented pins at the
The National Honor Society this year car-
ried out two projects. First, members undertook
a weekly tutorial program in several subjects.
In addition, the society planned and performed
an evening induction ceremony for students out-
standing in scholarship, leadership, character,
and service, the group's guiding principles.
THE FORUM CLUB. Front row: Hunter jones, Eric Rutberg, Rochelle losa, Cort Wagner, William Struzinski, Miner Vincent, Louis Birinyi,
DiStefano, Anne Ellison, Sue Taylor, Judith Belgrade, Marilyn Free- Richard Birinyi, James Gustini.
man, john Greiner, Wes Slate. Top row: Robert Traver, Steven Stok-
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CO-EDITORS of the school newspaper Berteiane Golart and David Spitz, pose with
Faculty Adviser Mr. Racette.
Compass staff boosts sales
STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Henry Resnikoll and James Baratz
check the speed graphic before the next assignment.
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Harried staH members rush in and out of
the Compars room. Their jobs range from de-
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lv fl signingilayout and checking copy to finding ad-
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l Q by. These students devote their time to publish-
ing The Compass, New London High Schoo1's
Editors and writers spend many hours work-
ing to add sparkle to the publications nine
issues. The Compasr features such attractions
as a sports page, a Teacher-of-the-Month, and
a Senior Spotlight. The paper contains editorials
relevant to life at NLHS and continues to print
an "open forum" of letters from the student
body. All of these ingredients add up to a popu-
lar, award-winning newspaper.
This year The Compass circulation depart-
ment sponsored advertisements on the PA sys-
tem which helped Compass representatives sell
a record number of copies in homerooms.
Mr. Racette, newly-appointed advisor for The
Compass, guided the two co-editors. His efforts,
and those of the staff, produced a newspaper
in which all NLHS students may take pride.
with an award-winning paper
THESE FOUR were responsible for the Compass sports section: Dick
Fabricant, Assistant editorg Miner Vincent, Circulation managerg Wes Slate,
sports editorg Scott Alloway, sports reporter.
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