Niles Township High School East - Reflections Yearbook (Skokie, IL)

 - Class of 1964

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■■■■I On a larger scale, the city has the same elements. Therefore the school is a miniature city. In the realms of education, leadership, athletics, occasions, arts, and people, the school is a springboard - - a student’s introduction to the worlds of the city. The school has these characteristics on a minature basis. The city broadens, diversifies, and develops these elements. It is in the city that the student channels the knowledge that was cultivated in the school. In the city he enters the adult world. Education page 10 Leadership page 38 Athletics page 58 Mud e-nt -C UT rjl 00 0 Occasions page 126 DD Education Education is the primary Junction oj a school. Through cultural, academic, and applied courses, the high school prepares its students for careers and higher education. The curriculum allows the student to concentrate his efforts in one field of study and to develop other talents or interests. In the city, the student can broaden his education through the various universities, libraries, museums, and other cultural or industrial centers. He takes what he had learned in the school and applies it in the city. Education from both school and city are the component 10 parts in a student s life. The Art Institute: an educational institution students utilize in the city. Communication. . . English stimulates creativity The Reading Lab helps this Nilehi student to increase her speed and comprehension. The English Department concentrates on developing students ' writing skills, grammar, and appreciation of literature. This year in addition to the regular Freshman, Sopho¬ more, Junior, and Senior English courses, an experimental class in American Literature was offered to the Sophomores, and a seventh period English Seminar was held for those Seniors taking Honors English. English Semi¬ nar was a voluntary course aimed at under¬ standing literature as a part of the humani¬ ties. A main goal of this course was to allow the students to pick a subject and have them do extensive reading and writing about it. Courses in Public Speaking and Journalism were offered to teach students proper spoken and written expression. The Reading Lab has been more widely used this year. With its new equipment, the Lab can more effectively assist the students in improving their speed and comprehension. Using principleslearned from the study of English, Nilehi ' s Debate Team successfully presented its material in the many contests it entered. Thus, the variety of courses offered in this year ' s English cur¬ riculum gave students a chance to study diff¬ erent methods of communicating ideas. Robert Cohn gives an oral recitation as part of the Public Speaki class curriculum. 16 Responsible for the publication of the Golden Galleon literary mogazine are C. Chapman social chairman), B. Ellison (publicity manoger), M. Haskell (treasurer). L Pauly (secretory), P_ Rest (short story editor), C. Bobera (essay editor), E. Schuman (art editor), and J. Weinstei ' poetry editor . Golden Galleon Golden Galleon, Nilehi ' s literary publica¬ tion, contains the best, original, creative en¬ deavors by students. This excellent mogazine was selected for a first place award in last year ' s Columbian Press Organization com¬ petition. The selections appearing in the publications may be in the form of poetry, essay, 1 act-play, short story, and artwork. Writings may also be submitted in foreign languages. Students whose work appears in Golden Galleon become members of the Golden Galleon Guild which encouragesand stimulates interest through creative achieve¬ ments in the literary arts. This year, the guild has instituted reading clinics designed to teach students to be analytical judges of written work. In an attempt to furthercreative abilities, the Guild awards, at the end of the year banquet, two one-hundred dollar scholarships to the most industrious seniors in the organization. During the week of the banquet, the magazine is distributed to the students and faculty. Staff members admire the symbolic Golden Galleon during workshop. The job of accumulating, organizing, and compiling the information for the various sections of the yearbook belongs to the General Staff. In the foreground are the editors. Back Row: R. Felt (Arts), A. Spector (Sports). Second Row: B. Reifman (Occa¬ sions), S. Natenberg (Leadership), C. Estrin (Education), and J. Harris (G.A.A.). Seated are co-editors M . Jacob and H. Levin. Staff members in the background are Back Row: J. Gordon, P. Block, L. Manelis, J. Feng, R. Cohn. Third Row: M. Rizman, J. Winkel, B. Ellison, R. Cohn, M. Silton. Second Row: K. Londa, S. Goldberg, M. John¬ son, J. Klehr. Front Row: J. Schectman, S. Ferdman, and E. Schuman (Artist). Refl ections What is Reflections 1964? To the Reflec¬ tions staff it is the task of compiling an entire school year into a limited number of pages. It is planning pages which will be pleasing to the eye, but still adequately cover the subject. It is the anxiety felt while waiting for pictures to come back from the studio. It is the disappointment of having a wonderful idea slowly dissolve into something more practical. It is the feeling of accomplishment as each section is completed. And finally, it is the satisfaction derived as staff members proudly distribute Reflections 1964 to its loy¬ al supporters. To the faculty and student body Reflections 1964 is a mirror which reflects many joyous events. It is pictures of friends and teachers and the memories attached to each. It is re¬ calling activities and humorous incidents that will never be forgotten. It is a reflection upon a cherished year that will always remain a fond recollection. Checking over last minute details before the section is due are Linda Grimson, Carol Estrin, and Bob Cohn. The Portrait Staff is in chargeof taking and organizing the student and faculty pictures. Back Row: B. Wasserman, I. Bobren, M. Gersh, L. Grimson, B. Gustavson, S. Dribin. Second Row: S. Eisenberg, J. Kadison, B. Baren, M. Swider, S. Phillips. Front Row: F. Zucker, S. Singer, K. Waysdorf, and editor, F. Nadler. 19 Nilehilite The " Nilehilite, " Nilehi ' s bi-weekly news¬ paper, serves as a vital link between students and faculty. Through its numerous columns and editorials the views of the student body are expressed and debated. The faculty, also, has the opportunity to set forth its opinions on various issues. The full page on athletics assures full coverage of all sports. Aside from the regular issues, the " Nile¬ hilite " sometimes prints special editions. Such editions honored Homecoming, " Reflections Revelries, " and the graduating seniors. The newspaper maintains its high quality of jour¬ nalism by requiring each prospective staff member to complete a year ' s course in Jour¬ nalism before being admitted to the staff. While enrolled in this course, the students act as " cub " reporters for the " Nilehilite " and at the end of the year, publish their own apprentice issue. Organizing and directing comprise only part of the many responsibilities af the " Nilehilite " editors. Back Row: B. Perelgut (sports editor), M. Swirsky (editorial editor). Front Row: S. Salstone (feature co-editor), M.Zwelling (news editor and editor-in-chief), and B. Harrison (features). Sometimes behind the scenes " but always of the utmost importance are the " Nilehi¬ lite Reporters. Back Row: L. Cohen, J. Rathman, D. Clarke, B. Horvitz, S. Yanes. Second Row: L. Rand, G. Polakoff, A. Schaps, D. Ryan. Front Row: L. Benjamin, H. Levin, M. Jacob, A. Weintraub. 20 The control desk in the Language Laboratory enables Miss Fagan to listen to her pupils individually. key to foreign relations. With the aid of modern lab equipment and a fine teaching staff, theforeign language department at Niles aims to develop student comprehension of French, Spanish, Latin, Rus¬ sian, and German. In order to eliminate cul¬ tural barriers between peoples, students also learn the arts and customs of the country of the language. For the last two years, " oral aural " instruction has been used in the teach¬ ing of Spanish and German at Niles. This method emphasizes the language as it is actually spoken in the foreign country. This year this " oral aural " approach has been expanded to include French and Russian. These students use the Language Laboratory to practice grammar exercises during a class session. is the Foreign Language By recording her voice and then playing back the tape, this girl can find the flaws in her pronunciation. Regular meetings and the annual French Banquet are planned by the French Club officers. Seated left to right, Rhonda Kasik(treasurer), JoanneSonn(secretary), Shelly Lewis (secretary). On floor, Fern Nadler (vice- president), and Paul Rest (president). Organizing Spanish Club meetings and social functions are this year ' s officers; left to right, Carol Estrin (presi¬ dent), Eileen Rotkin (vice-president), Ava Feldman (sec¬ retary), and Fred Levy (treasurer). German Club officers enrich their knowledge of the German language and culture. From left to right, Liene Venters (secretary), Jay Adair (vice-president), Jeff Richardson (treasurer), and Evan Rumack (presi¬ dent). 22 Russian Club members discuss the history, customs, and culture of Russia. The officers are; left to right, Sam Yanes (treasurer), Ken Seeskin (secretary), Lynn Epstein (vice-president), and Paul Rest (president). Spanish Club members, led by Mexican folksinger Mr. Antonio Perrusquia, sing popular Spanish songs. The foreign language clubs at Niles East are extra-curricular supplements to the French, German, Spanish and Russianclasses. Students learn the customs and culture of various countries from clubfilms, guestspeak- ers, and special events. This year French Club instituted a progressive,official, studentnews- paper. German and Spanish Club parties brought Christmas as it is celebrated in for¬ eign countries to Niles. Spanish Club also had a fall and spring banquet that enabled its members to sample several Spanish dishes. The activities instituted by the foreign language clubs increased the students ' under¬ standing of foreign peoples and cultures. These students concentrate before answering the difficult test questions on the Civil War. al Studies tours the societies of the world. This student listens carefully to the history lecture to make sure he gets accurate notes. These boys use library facilities to compile information for their history term papers. This year the main goal of the Social Studies Department was to divide all courses into ability groups. This plan was carried out with Honors programs in Non-Western Ci¬ vilizations, World History, and United States History. Juniors and Seniors who wanted college credit for their work in history were able to take APP American and European History. In this program, the students had the opportunity to pe rform individual research projects and to attend many out-of-school conferences. Field trips became an impor¬ tant part of this year ' s curriculum. Classes were taken to visit such places as the Orien¬ tal Institute and the Newberry Library. Social studies classes utilized materials from AVA. This year, programmed learning was introduced into the Social Studies De¬ partment. Under this process, the teachers made their own filmstrips concerning their respective subjects. In the extra-curricular level, the International Relations Club was formed for students interested in current events. Guest speakers and reports given by members acquainted the club with im¬ portant world situations. International Relations Club, whose subject is the modern world, is handled by David McQueen (presi¬ dent), Brad Ellison (vice-president), Joel Goldman (parliamentarian), and Joanne Sonn (secretary). Reasoning is the key to success at mathematics for Larry Cohen and Al Gitlis. To prepare its students for whatever fields they choose, Niles offers a variety of mathe¬ matics courses. The one year mathematics requirement may be fulfilled by taking either General Mathematics or Algebra I. Students may then take Plane Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Solid Geometry, and Trigonometry to complete a four year sequence. Honors classes complete these courses in three years and may then take an APP course in Analy¬ tic Geometry or Calculus. In its continuing drive to modernize its mathematics instruction, the department this year has introduced a modern algebra text¬ book to all first year algebra classes and a modern geometry book to the classes in Honors Geometry. Through constant effort to keep abreast of new developments in the teaching of mathematics, Niles is effectively preparing the students of today for their roles in tomorrow ' s worlds. f Deep concentration is the only way to solve problems. Not quite sure she understands, this girl gives her teacher a puzzled look. Mathematics develops logical thinking patterns. Those geometric figures have Jerry Bernstein stumped. 27 Senior Bill Grunow evinces a look of surpise as he discovers that boiling water exerts an upward force on the flask immersed in it. Science stimulates individual discovery. Constantly changing, continually expand¬ ing, the world of science opens each day with new vocational opportunities for qualified people. Niles East students have an excellent opportunity to obtain a well-rounded science education by taking Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, and Physics. The honors program offers college level APP courses in Biology and Chemistry. Each of the department courses emphasizes the use of the scientific method, the universal procedure in science research. In Biology the scientific method was used to study and explore living organisms. Chemistry students were able to gather a greater understanding of the composition of both natural and man-made substances. In Physics the scientific method paved the way to the discovery of truths about the natural world by starting with simple foundations and building logically upon sound conclusions. The Physics and Astronomy clubs provided the extra scientific experiences which could not be covered in the classroom. The Physics Club ' s main project was the construction of an electronic accelerator and the study of its applications in modern science. In the Astro¬ nomy Club, students gained insight into the make-up of the universe and the movement of the heavenly bodies. 28 Relying on the maxim that two heads are better than one, Honors Physics students Amelia W right and Renee Sells combine their efforts to understand the significance of the data they have gathered. The contents of the test tube is of the greatest impor¬ tance to these Biology students. Investigating complex ideas of physics are the officers of Physics Club: standing Mark Chaitkin, (1st vice president), David Messner, (secretary-treasurer), seated, Evan Rumack (vice president), Jim Withall (president) and Jerry Bernstein (2nd vice president). Fred Nelson is learning the vehicular mechanics of the motorcycle. The industrial arts courses at Niles stress competence and manual dexterity in pre¬ paring students for vocations after high school graduation. The boys participating in the industrial arts program are given the oppor¬ tunity to probe into technical comparatively new worlds of Electronics and Automobile Mechanics. Courses are also offered in Archi¬ tecture and Industrial Drawing, Metals, Print¬ ing and Woods. Students receive extremely competent instruction inthefundamentalsand are then encouraged to work creatively with their hands. These skilled craftsmen can then use their practical knowledge for the betterment of their future lives and the technological world. These student lithographers concentrate on the complex workings of the printing press. Keeping pace with the new developments in radio communication are the Radio Club officers: Jerry Meyer- hoff (technical advisor), Michael Feldman (vice-presi¬ dent), and Corwyn Berger (president). Industrial Arts stresses manual dexterity. Working amid the complex machinery of the Auto Shop is this Nilehi industrial arts student. 31 The Home Arts Department attempts to give its students a substantial background for future careers and home management. Clothing shows students the principles of good grooming and the skills of garment con¬ struction. A study of textiles is also incorpor¬ ated into the course. Foods acquaints girls with the art, science, and skills of food pre¬ paration and the fundamentals of good nutrition. Meal planning and variousmethods of cooking are also included in the course. Management of family resources, care of the sick, and safety in the home are taught in the Home Management classes. Panel dis¬ cussions, field trips, and films are an intricate part of this course. Housing and Home Fur¬ nishings is offered to girls interested in learn¬ ing about housing needs and the financial and legal aspects also involved. The students also study home furnishings, architecture, and floor plans. Home Economics courses, which are offered on all grade levels, pro¬ vide girls with the experience necessary for good homemaking. This girl arranges the showcase in the Sewing Room. The Home Arts Showcase exhibits the finished products from the Sewing Room. Susie Freedman irons the pattern piece before attaching it to her dress. Vocations. . . Home Arts cultivates domestic interests. These girls work diligently to complete their projects. 33 Speed and accuracy is the main goal of these typing students. Business Education develops business interests. Business Education courses were open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who want¬ ed experience in the business world. Business Math and Bookkeeping were offered to teach students the principles of accounting. Adver¬ tising and Sales were also included in the curriculum. This year Niles was one of the first schools to acquire new equipment to aid in learning shorthand. These aidsallowed students to listen to dictations at a comfort¬ able spped, which could be increased as the student improved. The secretarial courses covered all fields of clerical work including typing and filing. For those more interested in the management aspect of business, courses such as Business Organization and Law, and Consumer Economics were offered. The diversity of this year ' s business courses gave students the opportunity to qualify for any business endeavor they chose to enter. These girls take a quick check on proper letter forms before the test. Glancing through a doorway in the Business Education wing, one can see typing stu¬ dents preparing for the day ' s lesson. In the Executive Club students practice the techniques they will need in their vocations. Its officers are; seated, Mike Bohm (president). Standing left to right, Ed Rhodes (treasurer), Tom Choate (secretary), and DominickCoro- na (vice-president). The classroom phase of Driver ' s Education teaches these boys the rules necessary for good driving. The Drivers Education Department, offer¬ ing a well-coordinated program of instruction, seeks to instill in Niles East students the fundamentals of good driving. The program has three phases, each with a distinct pur¬ pose. First, all sophomore students are given a six week classroom course which empha¬ sizes the " rules of the road " and the basic textbook concepts of driving and traffic safety. In the second phase, students operate the Aetna-Drivo Trainer machinesfor three weeks in order to simulate actual driving conditions. In the final " behind-the-wheel " phase, three weeks in length, the students drive automo¬ biles under varying traffice conditions and practice the driving skills so important in our motorized age. Nilehi students gain behind the wheel experience from the Aetna-Drivo Trainer machines. This girl learns the proper driving techniques from Mr. Dorsey, her Driver Education instructor. Drivers Education teaches safe driving habits. Introducted by the Student Council president, the school mascot explains his role at Freshman Orientation. Leadership is the rose and pin of the National Honor Society. It is the Leadership Student Council president leading a school assembly. It is the Future Teachers designing a showcase for American Education Week. Leadership is the person who is willing to take an extra responsi¬ bility and carry it to completion. Officers of the Skokie Youth Council confer with Skokie Mayor Myron Greisdorf on future plans. Students find donating to charity a tasty experience at the annual United Fund Drive Breakfast. School leaders assume positions of responsibility in the community before reaching adulthood. Leadership is a candy-striper at Skokie Valley Hospital. It is the Young Democrat or Young Republican campaigning for his candidate. It is the young businessman gaining experience through Junior Achievement. SSSH supervisor checks the SSO Personnal mailbox for information from the Executive Board. I The first chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1921. The number has since grown to 13,556 chapters in high schools all over the United States. The purpose of National Honor Society is to encourage the development of scholar¬ ship, leadership, character, and service by giving recognition to those juniors and sen¬ iors showing these qualities. Each year a list of all juniors and seniors with a B average is circulated to all teachers, who are asked to indicate which students they consider most worthy of election to National Honor Society. Not more than ten per cent of the senior class or three per cent of the junior class may be elected. For the final selection of members, this data is then summarized and presented to a large faculty committee representing all school departments and activity areas. 42 Upholding the finest ideals of character and scholarship are the Honor Society members. Back Row: S. Goldfarb, M. Simmons, J. Sandler, L. Shapiro, M. Swirsky, S. Spies, and M. Lieberman. Second Row: C. Chapman, K. Haselton, B. Grunow, C. Bobera, P. Rest, and E. Rotkin. Front Row: C. Fritz, L. Ferdman, L. Bloom, C. Carlington, and M. Jacob. National Honor Society At the induction ceremony, Pete Nemkov explains the meaning of the five lit candles. Student Government. . . Leading the many activities Student Council Sponsors are Scott DuBoff (vice president), Robyn Richman (secretary), Barry Perelgut (sergeant at arms), Sue Siegel (treasurer), and Steve Bernstein (president). Student Council This year Student Council has participated in various activities. It has worked at improv¬ ing the problems of student driving and the crowded cafeteria situation. Council runs the Student lounge and maintains the school store. Council also sponsors the United Fund Drive and the Korean War orphan. By keep¬ ing the student code of ethics up to date and sending representatives to the Youth Coun¬ cil of Skokie and Leadership Training Confer¬ ence, Council strives to maintain good citizenship. Council works to promote school spirit by sponsoring pep assemblies, gold and blue days, and East-West games festivi¬ ties. The orientation program for incoming freshmen is also sponsored by Student Coun¬ cil. By playing a large role in school affairs, Council acts as the voice of the student body. Atop this patient donkey Corrie Carlington passed the ball to Mr. Hallberg as Larry Fabian tryed to intercept it. The donkey basketball game was held to raise money for American Field Service. 44 Representing the Student body are the Student Council members. Back Row: W. Jones, S. Zindell, M. Kassin, L. Comitor, D. Maki, J. Adair, G. Bairn, D. Dicks, R. Neuman, F. Reiner, M. Gerber, and S. Siegal. Fourth Row: J. Miller, S. Perlman, I. Haulaland, B. Stein, R. Cook, S. Gordon, D. Orbach, E. Robins, L. Brown, H. Zimmerman, D. Wel- stein, and V. Sherman. Third Row: C. Garro, A. Feder, C. Carlington, J. Morris, J. Stover, P. Teitelbaum, P. Gallis, and M. Rothman. Second Row: C. Zimmerman, A. Brainin, R. Tefka, S. Weinstein, S. Summer, G. Shapiro, D. Davies, and E. Elster. Front Row: M. Paul, S. Tarantur, R. Weinman, L. Berry, L. Dulkin, M. Nieder, and A. Brody. Members of Sophomore Cabinet are: Back Row: H.Bain, M. Kotlisky, E. Hartstein, R. Rabin, D. Ryan, J. Weber, and F. Rosenfield. Third Row: C. Solomon, P. Stein, M. Schrier, T. Hill, M. Levitan, J. Cho- znowski, B. Goldstein, S. Rice, and L. Klayman.Second Row: S. Finley, I. Paul (secretary), M. Gerber (treasurer), J. Schwartz (president), B. Sweetow (vice-president), S. Kadish, and E. Nachman. First Row: M. Swider, S. Baiglema n, C. Gore, R. Berkowitz, and N. Shonkwiler. Planning for prom are Sophomore Cabinet members who are selling beanies. 46 Frosh-Soph Cabinets This year, the efforts of Freshmen and Sophomore Cabinets were aimed at raising money for their future proms. Projects of Freshmen Cabinet were de¬ signing and selling pennants, and running a booth during the School Carnival. Frosh Cabinet also sought to bolster the school spirit of the freshmen by designing a unique symbol for freshmen and putting it on the pennants. Sophomore Cabinet ' s pet project was the selling and the promotion of beanies. Through the motto " Button up your beanies, " Sopho¬ more Cabinet encouraged the sale of Nile- hi ' s new fad. They also instituted a beanie week to publicize the sale. Freshmen and Sophomore cabinets are governing bodies of the students, made up of representatives from each of the home¬ rooms. The purpose of the Cabinets is to further the interests of their respective class¬ es and to promote school spirit. Representing the freshmen in Cabinet are: Back Row: B. Spiro, M. Greenberg, A. Eisenberg, D. Kalin, S. Feldman, L. Schaeffer, A. Rosenfeld, and D. Croon. Third Row: J. Ellis, S. Cohen, R. Cook, S. Pauly, S. Siegal, and J. Sher. Second Row: S. Weinstein, J. Kurland (treasurer), D. Didech, (vice- president), J. Brown (president), R. Stearns (secretary), and D. Kohn. Front Row: R. Lamport, R. Brown- stein, L. Waxier, S. Perlman, C. Melas, and L. Weinman. Planning the Prom concludes a year of hard work for the Junior Cabinet. Back Row: M. Sapoznik, I. Zarov, M.Chalfie.J. Rubin, P. Solomon, M. Strieker, E. Cabot and H. Bairn. Third Row: C. Lakehara, P. Orlov, G. Walter, T. Coleman, K. Levitan, G. Baron, G. Agoranos, and J. Meyerhoff. Second Row: K. Novelli, L. Jacobson (secretary), S. Weiss (president), B. Nigut (vice preisent), B. Harrison (treas¬ urer), and M. Goodman. Front Row: L. Rosen, M. Flicht, D. Spagat, P. Roberts, R. Oher, and J. Janner. Junior Cabinet Many people like to enjoy the numerous school activities but only a special few, the Junior Cabinet, will sit down and plan these programs. They were represented in Home¬ coming by the float " It ' s an Igloomy Day for the Huskies. " Proceeds from the Chad Mitchell Trio Concert, which took months of hard planning, along with the profits from theclass sweatshirt, class dues, and carnival booth went to the Prom fund. Besides making the money to put on the Prom, the Junior Cabi¬ net had to choose the band, the bids, and the decorations. But these duties were not nearly as exciting as arranging the crown¬ ing of the Prom king and queen, their final job of the year. Bringing the Chad Mitchell trio to Niles East, Junior Cabinet raised money for this year ' s prom. Representing the Senior Cabinet. Back Row: S. Silverman, D. Klehr, H. Kaplan, L. Borden, B. Hall, R. Shearn, and F. Levy. Third Row: A. Lazar, J. Fetter, L. Zolt, J. Garro, R.|Karzen, R. Perlman, I. Summer, B. Fisher, B. Levin. Second Row: J. Brickman, D. Boyer (treasurer), M. Newberger (vice- president), J. Sandler (president), C. Beck (secretary), I. Silverman, and M. Kay. Front Row: J. Ander¬ son, M. Fisher, J. Newman, and D. Ehrensaft. Senior Cabinet Senior Cabinet ' s first concern of the year was the Homecoming dance. " Under the Mid¬ night Sun " capped the end of " East to Alaska " with the crowning of the queen and her court. Also for Homecoming, the Senior class built this year ' s first place float " We ' ll Make the Huskies Mush. " After mid-year finals the all school carnival was presented by the senior cabinet in order to raise money for gradua¬ tion activities. Cabinet preparing for gradua¬ tion exercises since the beginning of the semester, divided into special committees that handled various phases of graduation. Re¬ presentatives planning the breakfast had to decide on the food, send invitations, and pro¬ vide entertainment. Other committees were in charge of ordering caps and gowns, choos¬ ing the songs and speakers, writing the class will, deciding on the class gift and planning the senior picnic. Participating in the Junior-Senior tug of war, the Seniors pulled their way to victory. 49 The period secretaries handle SSO office duties. Back Row: B. Cohen, B. Lerman, C. Garro, and J. Newman. Front Row: L. Blessing, S. Starkoff, and L. Schoenberg. Student Service Organization The Student Services Organization of Nile- hie accomplishes two purposes. The first is that it relieves teachers of supervising study halls which would require valuable time on their part. The second purpose is that in doing their jobs, the SSO members learn how to be leaders. Of the three divisions, Student Service Monitors is the largest with over twenty monitor posts each period. In addition to checking passes in the halls, SSM checks the washrooms and school entrances. The second largest division, SSSH supervises the seventy daily study halls, taking attendance and issuing detentions where necessary. Special Services Division, the smallest but an important division, has a twofold job of handling library passes and making locker checks. But SSO is not only made up of these three divisions. In the SSO are the period secre¬ taries and receptionists who keep records and take care of all persons having to do business in the office. In addition, the period secretaries make spot checks at the monitor posts, keeping the monitors alert for invalid passes. Finally, the SSO detention halls are supervised by members of the executive board and other top SSO members. The SSO Executive Board composed of J. Stronberg (SSSH), L. Sacks (SSSM), C. Carlington (Head Clerk), K. Brady (Executive Chairman), and A. Nissenson (SSD), consider the coordination of SSO divisions most important for its efficiency. Taking charge of SSO ' s largest division are the SSM supervisors: Back Row: P. Becker, B. Shearn, J. Ziah, B. Gevirtz, R. Karzen, and M. Mindel. Front Row: L. Sachs (Head Supervisor), J. Morris (Head Secretary), J. Adair, T. Dadigan, and B. Poindexter. Relieving the faculty from watching study halls are the SSSH supervisors. Back Row: A. Lazar, L. November, J. Dolins, L. Shapiro, S. Applebaum, and M. Lieberman. Front Row: M. Newburger, J. Stromberg (Head Super¬ visor), A. Sager (Secretary), D. Minors, and T. Melas. Concerned with library passes and lockers are the SSD supervisors. Back Row: L. Fabian, J. Smart, W. Nigut, K. Seeskin, G. Paul, and N. Chertack. Front Row: S. Williams, M. Nemkov, B. Fogel (Secretary), A. Nissenson (Head Supervisor), and I. Zarov. 51 Helping to guide students interested in teoching are the officers of Teacher ' s of Tomorrow, Ruth Kirman (president), Marlene Dolitsky (treasurer), Isabel Krupp (secretary), and Barbara Atkin (vice-president). Professional Clubs Recreational Activities. . . The vocational clubs of Niles help students learn more about the occupations they may enter. Future Nurses informs interested girls in different aspects of nursing through field trips to hospitals, guest speakers, and in¬ structional films. During the winter season, the girls collect clothing and canned foods for needy families. At the end of the year, Future Nurses has a pinning ceremony to induct new members into the club. Teachers of Tomorrow informs girls about different aspects of the teaching profession through field trips to colleges such as Na¬ tional College of Education and Chicago Teachers College, through visitstoarea grade schools where the girls can dp practice teach¬ ing, and through guest speakers from the various fields of special education. Planning showcases during National Education Week and running the concession stands for home basketball games are two of the services TOTS provides for the school. Working toward their future professions are the Future Nurses offi¬ cers: Darlene Baumgarten (vice-president), Linda Powell (treasurer), Ellen Holland(secretary), Shirlee Diesterheft (secretary), and Carol Rogers (president). Hobby Clubs Chess Club officers, Stewart Metzgar (secretary), Jerry Baren(presi- dent), and Stan Cichowski (treasurer), help instruct the chess team in the tactics of the game of kings. The hobby clubs teach students various subjects through interesting means. The Fine Arts club acquaints its members with both concert and popular music, the graphic arts, and fine literature. After coming in contact with these arts, the members discuss what they have seen or heard, pointing out what they like or dislike in the arts. By correspond¬ ing with students around the world, the Pen Pal club members learn the customs of such countries as England, Spain, and Japan while teaching their foreign friends about Ameri¬ can ways and ideas. Chess club members improve their game by studying the games of masters and by playing among them¬ selves. Throughout the year members take part in chess tournaments with other high schools in the Chicago and suburban area. Encouraging interest in music, art, and literature are the Fine Arts Club officers: Cindy Rubinstein (president) and Joanne Sonn (secre¬ tary). Corresponding with teens in other lands are the officers of the Pen Pal Club: Karen Frandzel (president), Ellen Beaver (secretary), Barbara Marcus (treasurer), and Darina Ward, (secretary). 53 Service Clubs Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y, affiliates with the YM— YWCA organizations, include both recrea¬ tion and service projects in their yearly programs. Tri-Hi-Y collects canned goods and clothing for families on relief during the Thanksgiving holiday and goes carolling for the invalids at the Masonic Hospital at Christ¬ mas time. Hi-Y serves the school by pro¬ viding coat checks at the many school activi¬ ties. The highlight of the year for both clubs is sending representatives to the state con¬ vention for YM—YWCA organizations during the spring vacation. AVA and PSO make available to the school many services very valuable in teaching. Audio-Visual Aids not only show movies but construct various char ts, posters, and other signs for all teachers who need them. Photo¬ graphic Services Organization takes and pro¬ cesses photographs for the school. Keeping Hi-Y running smoothly are its officers. Back Row: B. Warnke (coordinator), J. Bonow (coordinator), and B. Peterson (treasurer). Front Row: J. Schacht (chaplain), N. Sandstrom (vice-president), and A. Semrow (president). Planning activities to benefit both school and community are Tri-Hi-Y officers: P. Quirk (vice-president), S. Middaught (treasurer), R. Kava- naugh (president), K. Plough ( chaplain), and M. Oram (secretary). Assisting the school in training student photographers are PSO offi¬ cers Phil Schoenwolf (president), James Gallai (chairman), and Leonard Sneider (vice-president). 55 Auxiliary Clubs Aiding the librariansintheirmany tasksarethe Library Aids. Back Row: J. Greenberg, M. Dissen, S. Rosenzweig, S. Greenwald, L. Baron, A. Klein, and D. Baumgarten. Second Row: E. Bernat, D. Kaplan,J. Schechter, L. Kaplan, and C. Balkin. Front Row: J. Werner, G. Janda, S. Rosenthal, B. Rubin, B. Diaz, and P. Eisen. There are clubs at Niles which exist not only for the pleasure of its members but also to render a service to the school. Pep Club works to lift team spirits by cheer¬ ing at all football and basketball games. It also sells pompoms and helps at the con¬ cession stands. The Library Assistants help with the end¬ less tasks resulting from running a large school library, such as processing new books and overdue notices and keeping the book¬ shelves neat. Each year, the Library Assist¬ ants attend a luncheon in their honor. The members of Usher ' s Club serve as hostesses at school functions. To be a mem¬ ber, a girl must usher at least three times during the year at various plays, assemblies, and open houses. Assisting the librarians are: Back Row: R. Ruben, M. Berger, S. Chaitkin, A. Green¬ berg, D. Greenberg, M. Rubin, S. Caplan, R. Gould, and C. Edelson. Second Row: B. Marcus, C. Rivard, D. Sternfeld, J. Gilmore, G. Nicholas, and B. Bearak. Front Row: I. Hagan, C. Cohan, F. Joachim, R. Rubin, K. Fox, and L. Wichert. 56 Cheering our teams during games are the Pep Club officers: Maxine Epstein (secretary-treasurer), Joanne Siegman (vice-president), and Arlene Appelman (president). At this production Cookie Cantor serves the school through the Ushers Club. Lending a hand during school productions are Ushers Club officers: Back Row: llene Bobren (treasurer), and Janice Michael (secretary). Front Row: Dorthea Graf (vice-president), and Carol Cardis(president). DD As the team captains shake hands, the East-West teams begin their annual clash. Athletics Athletics develops not only a sound body but also good sportsmanship. Daily physical educational classes provide exercise and activity for all students in the school. Team sports and the GAA program provide other avenues of athletic preparation for interested students. The city gives the student the oppor¬ tunity to use its recreational facilities. Ice skating, horse-back riding, skiing, and golfing are a few of the sports a student can enjoy. Through professional sports such as baseball, football, and hockey, a student can cultivate a lasting interest in athletics. 58 Former Heavyweight Champion of the World Jack Dempsey, with the aid of the N-Club, presented an assembly on the subject of athletics and sportsman¬ ship in the professional world. Basketball, one of Nilehi ' s favorite sports, provides action for both players and spectators. 59 Back Row: R. Pontecore, G. Paul, B. Nigut, J. Ziah, B. Perelgut, B. Hall, B. Schoelier, C. Reynolds, F. Rubin, D. Tooredman, J. Armstrong. Fourth Row: Mr. Keen (trainer), J. DeGraffenreid, A. Manasin, J. Smart, K. Brody, B. Rosnick, J. Gay, S. Applebaum, D. Ewing. Third Row: Mr. Yursky (head coach), Mr. McCarrell (line coach), J. Dolins, R. Baumann, S. Warren, R. Shaffer, M. Sapoznick, B. Douglas, T. Coleman, Mr. Ewing (backfield coach), Mr. Osness (end coach). Second Row: E. Lichtenstein (manager), S. Fields, T.Melas, S. Weiss, S.Wallach.E. Ginger, N. Chertack, B. Chapman (manager), P. Gallis (manager). First Row: A. Nissenson (manager), B. Wiser, S. Hayman, D. Minors (captain), M. Newburger (captain), L. Youngrantz, S. DuBoff, D. Gibrick, A. Wentink (student trainer). Fall Gridsters tried, but failed to win Despite great courage and determination, the varsity football squad was again unable to score in the winning column during the 1963 season. Dropping their openerto Niles West by a 26-7 margin, the Men of Troy tried to break their losing streak, but bowed to the remaining teams they met. It was not until the Homecoming game that the Tro¬ jans scored in double figures. Ending the first quarter the game was tied between East and Oak Park after Glenn Paul scored on a one yard punch. However, in the pro¬ ceeding quarters Oak Park racked up an additional 34 points which proved to be too much, even though Ron Shaffer scored on two touchdown passes, giving East its high¬ est score of the past three seasons. Two games and two quarterbacks later the sea¬ son ended, as Kent Brody and Tom Coleman took turns piloting the team. Another split in ' 64 will mean added football bolstering. But the new fundamentals and techniques taught by Mr. Yursky and the other coaches will be valuable additions to next years ' teams at both East and North. Scores: Varsity Football NILES 7 NILES WEST 26 NILES 6 WAUKEGAN 20 NILES 6 NEW TRIER 33 NILES 0 HIGHLAND PARK 27 NILES 0 EVANSTON 42 NILES 19 OAK PARK 41 NILES 6 MORTON EAST 20 NILES 6 PROVISO EAST 47 Dick Minors clutches the football as he gains valuable yardage against Oak Park. ji _j 3EJt ES? " Offense Backfield: M. Newburger, J. DeGraffenreid, T. Melas, K. Brody. Line: B. Schoeller, B. Nigut, M. Sapoznick, [ D. Ewing, S. Weiss, J. Dolins, R. Shaffer. Defense Backfield: D. Siegel, R. Pontecore, B. Hall, G. Paul, D. Minors. Line: J. Armstrong, C. Reynolds, A. Manasin, D. Gibrick, J. Ziah, B. Perelgut. Discouragement is obvious on the faces of two gridsters. 63 A sophomore player receives last minute playing instructions from his coach. 64 Winning three of their Suburban League games, Coach Odlivak ' s sophomore football squad showed a strong offense and a tough defense in their performances. Though the line was broken, it was enough to stem the offenses of Waukegan and Proviso to just several touchdowns each. The season began with the defeat of West, much to the joy of East ' s spirited fans. The backfield ' s excellent ball-handling proved too much for Morton East ' s Mustangs and Oak Park ' s Huskies. The latter match wasthe Home¬ coming game, which waswitnessed by several tousand stimulated fans and proud boosters. The squad ' s 3-5 record was the best of the four football teams, and from it, promising candidates for a winning varsity team de¬ veloped. Sophs best of all squads Scores: Sophomore Football NILES 18 NILES WEST 7 NILES 0 WAUKEGAN 26 NILES FORFEIT NEW TRIER NILES 13 HIGHLAND PARK 7 NILES 0 EVANSTON 34 NILES 6 OAK PARK 14 NILES 7 MORTON EAST 0 NILES 7 PROVISO EAST 20 Back Row: B. LeMonds, R. Worthington, B. Meyer, J. Spitzer, J. Bonner, B. Pauss, R. Peterson, F. Lenhardt, S. Widman, N. Baskin, R. Bills, B. Harms, J. Schact. Third Row: Mr. Odlivak (coach), Mr. W. Collien (assistant coach), B. Ronan, S. Pate, A. Becker, R. Erdell, C. Schwartz, D. Steinberg, R. Shuman, H. Bofman, M. Gerber, S. Siegel, Mr. Hen¬ derson (assistant coach). Second Row: W. Machacek, R. Nitti, A. Brachman, K. Meerstein, J. Berger, J. Paul, M. Dissen, M. Paris, J. Karol, A. Wentink (manager). First Row: H. Fine (manager), P. Gustaf¬ son, J. Norberg, I. Upin, B. Sweetow, M. Sawitz, T. Hirsch, Z. Pinas, D. Shallcross, P. Trobe (manager). Back Row: V. Mittleberg, R. Berg, I. Gouiding, S. Arm¬ strong, M. Brickman, F. Greenfield, S. Freisinger, R. Schultz, M. Mandl. Third Row: Mr. Dorsey (coach), Mr. Snider, R. Simon, J. Brown, L. Levinson, S. Poz- nansky, Mr. Ferguson (coach), Mr. Sheehan. Second Row: G. Kalin, R. Miller, G. Bills, N. Kamin, D. Ferris, G. Waldman, J. Alexander. First Row: H. Brown, B. Kite, D. Kroon, L. Starkopf, R. Powell. Frosh find going tough The frosh A and B football squads achiev¬ ed season records of 0-7 and 2-5, respective¬ ly. Remaining winlessthroughouttheseason, it took six games before the A team could score a T.D. and climbed to 12 points in the Proviso East game. After the B team dropped their opener to Waukegan, they bounced back to overpower Highland Park by a 20-6 victory and also took their arch rival, Niles West, by a 6-0 margin. Under their coaches, the frosh boys have begun on the road to varsity playing. Scores: Frosh " A " Football NILES 0 WAUKEGAN 40 NILES FORFEIT NEW TRIER NILES 0 HIGHLAND PARK 12 NILES 0 EVANSTON 20 NILES 0 OAK PARK 7 NILES 7 MORTON EAST 12 NILES 12 PROVISO EAST 26 Scores: Frosh " B " Football NILES 0 NILES FORFEIT NILES 20 NILES 0 NILES 6 NILES NILES 0 WAUKEGAN 6 NEW TRIER HIGHLAND PARK 6 EVANSTON 32 OAK PARK 12 MORTON EAST FORFEIT PROVISO EAST 28 Back Row: Mr. Dorsey (coach), M. Rasenick, E. Harri son, D. Daniels, D. Grayless, B. Dolins, M. Kaiz, A Samborski, Mr. Sheehan (coach). Second Row: F. Ishi zuka, D. Stamm, T. Harling. A. Eisenberg, M. Mayron C. Hessell, P. Saben. Front Row: R. Martina, G. Lipson H. Eisenberg, M. Goldberg, J. Gross. 65 H arriers display usual fine form Back Row: L. Marinello, R. Scott, C. Stahlke, D. Kornelly, J. Rubin, T. Knudsen, D. Cohen. Second Row: D. McQueen, L. Sacks, J. Gent, B. Gardiner, G. Gunderson, L. Shapiro. Front Row: M. Roth¬ man, M. Paradise, N. Sandstrom, M. Lieberman (captain), R. Schatz. Led by the running of captain Marc Lie¬ berman and Greg Gunderson and supported by Larry Shapiro and Larry Sacks, the 1963 cross country team finished the season with a 7-7 record, rating seventh place in the Suburban League. The varsity harriersover- ran Maine West and Schurz, two of the strongest teams they met. Highlighting the season was the triumph over our sister- school, Niles West, in front of a crowd of 4,000 cheering fans, and the tying of the Bunker Hill Course school record by the hardworking Lieberman and Norm Sand¬ strom. The season ended with a disappointing loss to Morton East by the equal score of 1962, 28-27. The return of such runners as Gunderson, Rick Schatz, and Bob Gardiner will add much experience to next year ' s edition of the cross country team. Scores: Varsity Cross Country NILES 25 MAINE WEST 30 NILES 30 BARRINGTON 25 NILES 23 NILES WEST 38 NILES 15 GRAYSLAKE 47 NILES 34 EVANSTON 21 NILES 22 WEST LEYDEN 36 NILES 29 HIGHLAND PARK 28 NILES 21 SCHURZ 40 NILES 50 NEW TRIER 15 NILES 5th RIDGEWOOD INVITATIONAL NILES 38 PROVISO 17 NILES 7th SUBURBAN LEAGUE MEET NILES 50 OAK PARK 15 NILES 15 LAKE FOREST 48 NILES 49 WAUKEGAN 18 NILES 28 MORTON EAST 27 Mitch Paradise and Roger Scott keep up an exhausting pace making a turn on the Bunker Hill course. 66 Finishing 1-2 in the Niles West meet, Mark Lieberman and Greg Gunderson are welcomed at the finish line by Coach William Warner. Scores: Frosh-Soph Cross Country NILES 39 MAINE WEST 20 NILES 26 BARRINGTON 29 NILES 25 NILES WEST 34 NILES 15 GRAYSLAKE 50 NILES 41 EVANSTON 19 NILES 15 WEST LEYDEN 46 NILES 16 HIGHLAND PARK 47 NILES 37 SCHURZ 20 NILES 46 NEW TRIER 15 NILES 31 PROVISO EAST 24 NILES 50 OAK PARK 15 NILES 19 LAKE FOREST 42 NILES 48 WAUKEGAN 15 NILES 36 MORTON EAST 19 NILES 8th SUBURBAN LEAGUE MEET Under the coaching of Mr. Richard Murphy, the Sophomore crosscountry squad was one of th e finest Nil eh i has seen in many years. Compiling six wins against eight loss¬ es, this year ' s team showedagreatimprove- ment over last year ' s record of 3-16. Placing sixth in the Suburban League Sophomore Sophs meet rugged competition meet and seventh in the league standings, the team was led by Sophomore Dan Neil- son, who ran part of the season on the var¬ sity level, and Freshman Bob Schabilion, who now holds the sophomorecourse record. Back Row: K. VanOmmering, P. Lanners, C. Rudnick, S. Plotkin, W. Lazar, B. Barys, P. Larsen. Se¬ cond Row: K. Semrow, M. Rosenwald, E. Rotberg, J. Rathmann, B. Blitstein, S. Bachman. Front Row: S. Sylvan, B. Schabilion, E. Chertack, S. Epstein, R. Friedman. Back Row: Mr., G. Ravelette, G. Solberg, G. Jarol, D. Kornelly, B. Hall, G. Paul, A. Schaps (manager), Mr. Carter (assistantcoach). Front Row: B. Koch (manager), J. Wolf, D. Minors, B. Shearn, S. Idelman, D. Berkson, G. Davis (manager). Winter . . . Improvements shown in varsity record The 1963 edition of the Trojan basketball squad finished the season with a record of two wins and sixteen losses. However, that record does not give an accurate picture of the team. A great number of games were lost by margins of four or less points. The prowess of senior Bob Shearn led the team to fine performances in every game played. Coached by Mr. Haselton and assisted by Mr. Carter, the Trojans triumphed over Ley¬ den East and Ev anston. Outstanding among many fine players were juniors Glen Solberg and Gil Ravelette, whojn each game placed highest in the scoring column. The Evanston game was the highlight of the season, when Ravelette sank 30 points to lead both teams. In the Leyden East game, he wds also high man with 15. The team was augmented in power when Barry Schoel- ler and Don Siegel were called up to the varsity from the J.V. team. Scores: Varsity Basketball NILES 55 NILES WEST 76 NILES 51 MORTON EAST 58 NILES 67 EAST LEYDEN 60 NILES 56 EVANSTON 51 NILES 38 WAUKEGAN 54 NILES 38 PROVISO EAST 65 NILES 55 HIGHLAND PARK 65 NILES 55 OAK PARK 72 NILES 47 NEW TRIER 84 NILES 46 MORTON EAST 56 NILES 60 EVANSTON 64 NILES 39 WAUKEGAN 67 NILES 41 PROVISO EAST 69 NILES 61 HIGHLAND PARK 65 NILES 55 OAK PARK 65 NILES 59 NEW TRIER 60 68 Doug Kornelly stretches for a rebound even though surrounded by Evanston defenders. Coach VanCleave " suggests " more effort from his soph players during a timeoutintheEvanston game. Bob Shearn is in the act of being fouled during a scramble for a loose ball. Back Row: D. Cohen, J. Powers, B. Schoeller, M. Prousis, M. Strieker, R. Shaffer, D. Siegel, Mr. Carter (coach). Front Row: B. Dragon and S. Lipmon (managers). J.V. Sophs gain playing experience Back Row: Coach VanCleave, L. Miner, J. Bonner, R. Halperin, G. Buzil, B. Baumgartner, D. Bailen, S. Wid- man. Second Row: A. Sutton (manager), R. Nitti, J. Gendelman, B. Nielsen, S. Pate, C. Gelfand. First Row: R. Lake, J. Norberg, L. Kushnir, and D. Mayzel. Playing against the other Suburban League teams, the sophomore basketball squad won two games and lost twelve, four of which were dropped by four or less points. Coached by Mr. VanCleave, the sophomore cagers overpowered Evanston at the beginning of the season by a 53-41 margin. After being defeated by Waukegan, the team scored 50 points to Prcwiso East ' s 36 for their last vic¬ tory of the season. The competition the team met gave new insight into the techniques and fundamentals of basketball to the boys, which will make them helpful additions to the varsity teams of next year. The Junior Varsity squad fared the best of the five eager teams at Nilehi. Dropping their Waukegan game by a one point mar¬ gin, the J.V. ' s avenged their loss by defeat¬ ing Proviso East in their nextgamebya score of 63-35. Coached by Mr. Carter, the team finished the season with an 8-3 record to rank first in the league. Two convincing vic¬ tories over Highland Park and New Trier showed promise for next year ' s basketball season. Scores: J.V. Basketball NILES 48 NILES WEST 54 NILES MORTON EAST FORFEIT NILES 42 EVANSTON 40 NILES 39 WAUKEGAN 40 NILES 35 PROVISO EAST 63 NILES 40 HIGHLAND PARK 36 NILES 55 OAK PARK 50 NILES MORTON EAST FORFEIT NILES 53 WAUKEGAN 43 NILES 48 PROVISO EAST 51 NILES 64 HIGHLAND PARK 43 NILES 62 NEW TRIER 43 Scores: Sophomore Basketball NILES 37 NILES WEST 40 NILES 32 MORTON EAST 34 NILES 53 EVANSTON 41 NILES 13 WAUKEGAN 42 NILES 50 PROVISO EAST 36 NILES 39 HIGHLAND PARK 49 NILES 42 OAK PARK 46 NILES 32 MORTON EA ST 34 NILES 44 EVANSTON 59 NILES 41 WAUKEGAN 56 NILES 35 PROVISO EAST 56 NILES 42 HIGHLAND PARK 44 NILES 50 OAK PARK 55 NILES 49 NEW TRIER 52 Frosh battle through tough season Back Row: S. Bachman, S. Armstrong, S. Plotkin, D. Kreft, D. Gerber, B. Christensen. Front Row: B. Stoller, S. Boren, M. Averbach, P. Shane, M. Solock, M. Aronson. The frosh B team fared better than their A team counterparts in 1963-64 as the B squad won three and lost eight while the A ' s failed to win in 1 1 attempts. Coached by Mr. Henderson, the B team was victorious over Evanston in conference competition and won both games from Morton East as they for¬ feited. The B squad also defeated EastLeyden in an exhibition game. Coach Osness ' Ateam lost several games by close scores. Their coaches have begun to teach them many of the techniques needed to know for playing on the varsity level. Back Row: Coach Henderson, A. Cassman, E. Olkiewicz, A. Young, J. Breen, B. Daugherty, J. Levin. Front Row: B. Boukas, L. Levinson, E. Feld, B. Saltzberg, G. Brin, and J. Silverman. Scores: Frosh " A " Basketball NILES 40 NILES WEST • 37 NILES 46 MORTON EAST 56 NILES 38 EVANSTON 42 NILES 25 WAUKEGAN 59 NILES 19 PROVISO EAST 63 NILES 31 HIGHLAND PARK 63 NILES 36 OAK PARK 46 NILES 43 MORTON EAST 52 NILES 22 WAUKEGAN 39 NILES 38 PROVISO EAST 61 NILES 37 HIGHLAND PARK 42 NILES 29 NEW TRIER 46 Scores: Frosh " B " Basketball NILES 38 NILES WEST 58 NILES MORTON EAST FORFEIT NILES 42 EVANSTON 40 NILES 26 WAUKEGAN 57 NILES 39 PROVISO EAST 76 NILES 43 HIGHLAND PARK 44 NILES 52 OAK PARK 54 NILES MORTON EAST FORFEIT NILES 27 WAUKEGAN 48 NILES 38 PROVISO EAST 58 NILES 36 HIGHLAND PARK 40 NILES 36 NEW TRIER 50 Back Row: J. Isel, J. Smart, H. Hoffman, R. Worthington, B. David. Front Row: K. Isaacson, H. Rosenbaum, B. Machacek, M. Gilhooley, I. Upin. Wrestling was one of the biggest sports at Niles in 1964, as the varsity squad posted a 5-1-1 league record for second place in the Suburban League. The matmen ' s only defeat came at the hands of the defending state champion Waukegan Bulldogs. Before qualifying seven wrestlers for the sectional tournament, the Men of Troy took second place in the district meet. Through¬ out the season, the team was led by seniors, Howie Rosenbaum and Mark Newburger, who took first and third places respectively at the state meet. Throughout the season, Rosenbaum remained undefeated while New¬ burger lost one match. The Junior varsity team compiled a 2-5 record by opening and the closing the sea¬ son with victories. The first win came over Palatine by a 31-25 margin and the final win came from the rugged New Trier squad with a 31-15 tally. Grapplers view state honors Niles East Varsity wrestler, Bob Machacek, struggles to maintain control over his Highland Park opponent. Scores: Varsity Wrestling Back Row: D. Ewing, M. Sapoznick, R. Bills, J. McGrath, D. Lubowich. Front Row: A. Berger, D. Donile, D. Pepper, M. Prytikin. NILES 24 NILES WEST 14 NILES 20 MAINE EAST 21 NILES 20 EVANSTON 19 NILES 15 ARLINGTON 30 NILES 14 WAUKEGAN 23 NILES 24 PROVISO EAST 20 NILES 50 HIGHLAND PARK 0 NILES 34 OAK PARK 5 NILES 27 NORTH CHICAGO 14 NILES 27 MORTON EAST 14 NILES 18 NEW TRIER 18 Scores: J.V. Wrestling NILES 31 PALATINE 25 NILES 14 NILES WEST 34 NILES 14 EVANSTON 38 NILES 23 WAUKEGAN 31 NILES 9 PROVISO EAST 39 NILES 19 OAK PARK 30 NILES 31 NEW TRIER 15 72 NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES NILES Back Row: A. Henich, V. Mittleburg, R. Pontecore, B. Ronan, J. Schacht, K. Meerstein. Front Row: S. Rosenbaum, R. Klein, T. Cech, M. Sawitz, H. Boffman, S. Siegel. Scores: Sophomore Wrestling 35 NILES WEST 12 32 MAINE EAST 15 21 EVANSTON 21 29 ARLINGTON 15 23 WAUKEGAN 28 35 PROVISO EAST 28 45 HIGHLAND PARK 3 33 OAK PARK 13 31 NORTH CHICAGO 15 28 MORTON EAST 13 23 NEW TRIER 16 Frosh-Soph show fighting spirit The sophomore wrestling squad concluded a very successful season in 1964, as it com¬ posed a record of 9-1-1. After winning their first two meets by large margins, the sopho¬ more Trojans deadlocked with Evanston; Niles then defeated all remaining opponents except Waukegan. Outstanding performers through¬ out the season were Bill Wiser, John De- Graffenreid, and Scott Seigel. The decisive win over Proviso East by a 25 point margin showed the team ' s power. This strong group of grapplers will greatly bolster the continu¬ ing great Niles wrestling tradition. The frosh team with a 2-9 record placed fourth in the New Trier Freshman Quad¬ rangular. With wins over Highland Park and Morton East, the freshmen only need more experience to extend a winning season for Nilehi wrestlers. Scores: Frosh Wrestling NILES 14 PALATINE 38 NILES 21 NILES WEST 28 NILES 20 MAINE EAST 26 NILES 8 EVANSTON 40 NILES 0 WAUKEGAN 56 NILES 11 PROVISO EAST 40 NILES 36 HIGHLAND PARK 13 NILES 8 OAK PARK 43 NILES 17 NORTH CHICAGO 33 NILES 26 MORTON EAST 17 NILES 16 NEW TRIER 29 Back Row: F. Greenfield, S. Rudman, J. Harris, E. Harrison, H. Brown, J. Kaplan, E. Rotberg, D. Harris. Front Row: R. Powell, S. Poznawsky, B. Kite, B. Lutz, H. Geltner, E. Greenfield, P. Bishaf. h Leon November prepares to dive in as team mate Marty Chalfie finishes his butterfly segment of a relay. Eight records fell this year as the Trojan swimmers splashed to a 9-5 record. Led by recordholders, Leon November, Marty Chal¬ fie, and Stan Cichowski, Niles tied for fourth place in the Suburban League. Placing high in their league and district meets and in the Riverside-Brookfield Invitational, Niles had one of the most successful season in recent years. Steady point getters this year were seniors John Simon, Ron Rojo, and Fred Streicher. Juniors also played a vital role in theseason. Among the most promising are lraZarov,Jim Harrington, and Jim Bonow. If it was not for the splitting of the schools next year, Coach Larson would enjoy a near¬ perfect season. Swimmers score first shutout Back Row: J. Cech, W. Hutter, J. Harrington, M. Davis, J. Heller, J. Simon, J. Bonow, I. Zarov, F. Poindexter, Coach Dorsey, R. Singer, G. Jurek, M.Greene, L. November, M. Chalfie, R. Rojo, Coach Larson, Coach Rusk. Front Row: G. Hoke, D. Clauser, G. Warnke, A. Greenberg, D. Lofty, and M. Nemkov. Scores: Varsity Swimming NILES 65 NILES WEST 30 NILES 43 PROVISO WEST 52 NILES 16 EVANSTON 79 NILES 81 WEST LEYDEN 14 NILES 78 WAUKEGAN 17 NILES 52 ELMWOOD PARK 43 NILES 70 LAKE FOREST 25 NILES 35 PROVISO EAST 60 NILES 34 HIGHLAND PARK 61 NILES 54 OAK PARK 41 NILES 86 MORTON EAST 9 NILES 74 ARLINGTON 21 NILES 16 NEW TRIER 79 NILES 47 MAINE EAST 48 74 Back Row: D. Wichert, R. Liebman, A. Greene, G. Lande, H. Garber, A. Petts, E. Chalfie, J. Barnett, J. Jacobs, T. Robins, W. Colker. Front Row: B. Wolpoff, H. Malfar, J. Weber, K. Nelson, and T. Gordon. Scores: Sophomore Swimming NILES 54 NILES WEST 41 NILES 32 PROVISO WEST 63 NILES 22 EVANSTON 72 NILES 86 WEST LEYDEN 9 NILES 57 WAUKEGAN 38 NILES 77 ELMWOOD PARK 18 NILES 72 LAKE FOREST 23 NILES 60 PROVISO EAST 35 NILES 32 HIGHLAND PARK 63 NILES 37 OAK PARK 58 NILES 63 MORTON EAST 32 NILES 65 ARLINGTON 30 NILES 20 NEW TRIER 75 NILES 64 MAINE EAST 31 Frosh-Soph give fine showing A convincing 64-31 victory over Maine East closed the season for the sophomore swimmers. Winning nine out of fourteen meets, the sophs were led by future varsity performers Al Greene, Don Wicker, and Jamie Heller. After defeating West Leyden by 77 points, the sophs went on to beat the next four teams they met. The team captured third place in the Suburban League meet and took fourth place in league standings. Coach Rusk ' s frosh swimmers finished in third place in the league, the highest any East swimming team has been in the past several years. With losses to only New Trier and Evanston, the frosh won most of its meets by margins of at least 30 points. The frosh ended the season by taking third place at the league meet. Scores: Frosh Swimming NILES 73 NILES WEST 22 NILES 68 PROVISO WEST 20 NILES 44 EVANSTON 51 NILES 64 WAUKEGAN 29 NILES 70 PROVISO EAST 25 NILES 72 HIGHLAND PARK 23 NILES 51 OAK PARK 44 NILES 84 MORTON EAST 11 NILES 25 NEW TRIER 70 Appearing to touch the ceiling, varsity diver Wayne Hutter exhibits perfect jack-knife form. Back Row: J. Moran, R. Borland, M. Riffkind, S. Benja¬ min, G. Davis, B. Smith, A. Stone, D. Kalin, M. Muzio, J. Vender, S. Silverman, B. Simon, R. Miller. Front Row: P. Joelson, J. Duhl, R. Stocker, P. Brushaber, B. Seidenberg. Not Pictured: B. Lrasney, G. Jacobs, and A. Rosenfeld. Gymnasts again second in state Back Row: Coach Riccitelli, J. Arkin (manager), A. Gerber, B. Slotten, L. Pardo, R. Rapper, M. Lazar, S. Wolf, J. Davis, J. Siegel, D. Channon (manager). Front Row: L. Cooperman, M. Slotten, R. Block, D. Hardt, M. Kahn, A. Lazar, M. Weiner. Scores: Varsity Gymnastics NILES 89 NILES WEST 42 NILES 74 1 2 PROVISO WEST 57 1 2 NILES 82 LANE 49 NILES 71 THORNTON 61 NILES 77 PALATINE 54 NILES 95 OAK PARK 37 NILES 68 PROVISO EAST 64 NILES 71 NEW TRIER 61 NILES 78 WAUKEGAN 54 NILES 70 MAINE EAST 62 NILES 65 EVANSTON 67 NILES 96 MORTON EAST 21 NILES 71 1 2 ARLINGTON 61 1 2 NILES 90 OAK PARK 42 Though edged out of first place honors at the state meet, Niles East ' s superb gymnas¬ tics team showed consistent excellence in every meet. Led by state champions Dale Hardt in tumbling, Ron Rapper on parallel bars, and Mark Slotten of side horse, the gymnasts lost only one league meet. Their defeat to Evanston, however, was more than avenged with East ' s sweep of the Evanston Invitational. This come-from-behind win otthe Suburban League crown was by an all-time high score. Several welcomed surprises of the season included sophomore Ron Rapper ' s tie for the state championship on the parallel bars, and freshman Barry Slotten ' s fine performances on the varsity level. The cousin of the state side horse champion tumbled his way to several third place awards, showing his team¬ mates varsity determination and excellence. 76 Back Row: Coach Toth, D. Channon, J. Arkin (manager), G. Randall, L. Klinn, D. Kritzler, D. Melcher, M. Randall, A. Weisberg, J. Berns, H. Look, L. Covitt. Front Row: S Alleman, M. Plotkin, L. Comitor, K. Lesick, and S. Zindell. Frosh-soph first in Suburban League Mark Slotten displays the form which won him the state championship on the sidehorse. 77 Al Gerber Sidehorse Mel Weiner Sidehorse Mark Lazar Highbar 81 Sprint) . . Racketmen look toward winning season Back Row: D. Wolf, D: Clark, J. Millman, M. Wainer, B. Chapman, L. Lazarus, and Coach Morgan. Front Row: S. Rossman, R. Siegel, S. Williams, D. Dicks, and B. Poindexter. The outlook for th4 1964 tennis season appears excellent with many members of last year ' s fine qua returning to the Nilehi courts. In 1963, the netsters tallied sixth place in the league standings with a 2-5 dual meet record and a sixth place in the league meet. The return of Bob Poindexter and Denny Dicks, Coach Morgan ' s leading doubles team performers in 1963, plus the racket wielding of juniors Steve Williams and Ron Siegel will add strength to both offensive and defensive strategy of the 1964 squad. Coached by Mr. Winans, the frosh-soph also appear destined to a season full of tennis victories. Back Row; M. Dissen, J. Feltman, M. Gould, S. Boren, M. Mayer, R. Rosenberg, R. Galen, Coach Winans. Second Row: J. Jacobs, M. Solomon, W. Medoff, E. Sucherman, W. Lazar, B. Hectman, A. Klein, A. Rosenfeld. Front Row : B. Lempert, D. Kritzler, M. Pearlman, K. Batko, F. Jacobs, D. Kalish, T. Stearns. Coach Morgan gives some pre-season playing tips to Stan Rossman, Dick Wolf, and Bob Poindexter. Back Row: Coach Kiviluoma, A. Spores, M. Rothman, B. Berger, B. Douglas, J. Lange, M. Davis, J. Masseys, B. Tepper. Front Ro w: R. Rojo, S. Silverman, B. Ruttenberg, R. Pearlman, K. Gabbey. Bob Ruttenberg follows through on the swing that has made him the number one golfer on the team. Golfmen remain up to par With returning lettermen Bob Ruttenberg, Ron Pearlman, Steve Silverman, and Ron Rojo plus Bob Tepper and Karl Gabbey, pro¬ spects appear bright for a fine golf campaign in 1964. Last year ' s linksters finished the sea¬ son with a 2-5 league and 2-7 overall record, a great improvementover the previous year ' s winless season. Atthe Suburban League meet, Coach Kiviluoma ' s golfers managed a seventh place finish, while the frosh-soph team under the coaching of Mr. Starr placed eighth. The varsity team is composed of ten golf¬ ers of whom only five may play in dual meet competition. Only by challefiging and defeat¬ ing a member of this group may a golfer advance to the starting five. Back Row: R. Skolnik, K. Stone, C. Hansen, P. Joelson, A. Gordon, A. Young, E. Olkiewicz, M. Rovell, L. Larson, Coach Starr. Second Row: S. Caplan, M. Schneider, M. Kogan, G. Gordon, A. Gutter, J. Berns, M. Grossman, G- Wold- man, R. Adelman, M. Muzio. Front Row: G. Davis, A. Isen- berg, A. Weisberg, M. Greenberg, M. Brenner, B. Ficks, R. Kales, J. Gale, R. Klein. Chertack, Becker lead cindermen Back Row: Coach Campbell, Coach Collien, R. Scott, R. Banion, B. Schoeller, B. Nigut, D. Kornelly, B, Hall, G. Gunderson, D. McQueen, Coach McCarrell. Second Row-. R. Friedman, A. Sutton (mana¬ ger), M. Klein, P. Becker, S. Warren, M. Dictor, N. Chertack, D. Cohen, S. Weiss, M. Janson (mana- The Niles East varsity track Squad finished ger). Front Row: L. Levin, S. Dory, M. Paradise, N. Sandstrom, L. Shapiro, and M. Lieberman. the indoor season with a faultless 1 1-0 re¬ cord. Junior Neil Chertack shattered the exist¬ ing pole vault record at the Suburban League meet where East copped fifth place. As Cher¬ tack took first by clearing 13 feet 1 2 inch, Ron Banion placed second in the shotput, and Phil Becker finished fourth in both the broad- jump and the 440-yard run. In competition with Palatine, the one-mile relay team of Roger Scott, Ron Kaufman, Loren Levin, and Phil Becker set a new record of 3:53.7. Coach McCarrell ' s cindermen were reinforced for the outdoor track season when Bert Hall, Doug Kornelly, and Barry Schoeller joined the ranks of the team at the close of the basketball campaign. Easily clearing the first of the low hurdles, Roger bcott continues on the path to a practice victory. Mark Lieberman, Norm Sandstrom, Steve Dory, and Larry Shapiro jog around the track after a one-mile run. 84 Senior Phil Becker practices in the starting-blocks for an upcoming meet. Banion prepares to shotput to another Trojan record. Back Row; P. Bishaf, W. Sneider, P. Lanners, N. Baskin, C. Rudnick, S. Plotkin, B. LeMonds, B. Baum¬ gartner, J. LeComte, E. Uzemack, D. Lenhardt, D. Bauer, R. Berg. Third Row ; J. Potter, E. Harrison, A. Semrow, C. Schwartz, J. Schacht, M. Kotlisky, D. Nielsen, B. Barys, D. Bergeron, N. Lipin, B. Dolins, M. Rasnick. Second Row : T. Hirsch, P. Gustafson, R. Nitti, C. Marcus, B. Ronan, M. Mandl, A. Bernstein, D. Grayless, B. Blitstein, J. Norberg. Front Row : S. Mehl, M. Bernstein, T. Stearns, M. Sawitz, N. Kamin, D. Baker, E. Chertack, and B. Schabillian. Varsity diamondmen give good showing Probable outfield starters for the Trojans are Al Harris, Bob Walner, Tony Melas, and Fred Fishman. Closing the 1963 season with their first double win in two years, the Trojan diamond- men earned a 6-8 record, placing them in a fifth place league tie with the Evanston Wild- kits. The return this year of veteran pitchers Al Manasin and Bob Gevirtz and aided by outfielders Tony Melas, Bob Walner, and Al Harris plus lettermen infielders Mark New- burger, Dick Minors, and Bob Shearn, should give Coach Odlivak the nucleus of a team that should place high in league competition. If the Trojan ' s victory last year over Subur¬ ban League Champion, Oak Park, is any sign of the 1964 season, the Niles diamond- men should give all schools a great deal of excellent competition this year. Back Row: Coach Odlivak, R. Shaffer, E. Barnett, D. Lazzar, M. Prousis, A. Silverstein, N. Winstead, G. Ravelette, M. Strieker, A. Manasin, Coach Rusk. Third Row : B. Shearn, D. Minors, J. Schlesinger, K. Karlson, M. Silver, B. Walner, G. Agoronos, K. Brady, S. Idelman. Second Row; J. Gay (manager), P. Lazarus, G. Smith, D. Messner, A. Harris, M. Newburger, G. Balas, T. Melas. Front Row : B. Ge¬ virtz, M. Mandel, L. Sacks, J. Samelson, F. Fishman, R. Flammang. Not pictured: R. Roth. Back Row: Coach Van Cleave, G. Bills, B. Newman, M. Brickman, B. Christiansen, E. Shaevitz, L. Lang, I. Goulding, R. Gerber, L. Levinson, S. Bachman, E. Rotberg, J. Brown, Coach Carter. Third Row: R. Nissenson, R. Powell, R. Fisher, S. Towbin, B. Stoller, D. Ferris, L. Acker, E. Feld, B. Saltz- berg, D. Ganz. Second Row: M. Rubin, S. Sylvan, G. Brin, D. Wolowitz, M. Riff kind, L. Carlin, A. Eisenberg, J. Bleiman, M. Solock, G. Shiftman. Front Row: E. Look, J. Gross, G. Jaffe, G. Reiner, S. Winer, B. Gershenzon, S. Boren, J. Levin, and G. Haber. Undergrad coaches help teams show promise Mark Newburger, Dick Minors, Bob Shearn, and Gil Ravel- ette should take care of the Trojan infield during the season. Back Row: Coach Yursky, R. Peterson, R. Halperin, G. Buzil, D. Bailen, J. Spitzer, -J. Gendelman, S. Widman. Third Row: S. Ricci, P. Oram, J.Fassino, B. Newman, S. Pate, D. Maki. Second Row : J. Karol. L. Tannenbaum, D. Mayzel, H. Siegel, M. Paris, S. Siegel. Front Row: H. Portman, J. Tripp, M. Finger, M. Schwarz, and J. Struck. Back Row: A. Wentink, S. Metzger, G. Kite, S. Freisinger, C. Suritz, P. Trobe, W. Peterson, H. Harris, J. Feng, S. Lissner, Coach Keen. Front Row ; D. Lowensteiner, S. Winer, A. Ross, S. Berman, J. How¬ ard, G. Kalin, and J. Fried. Fencers finish with two state champs After only two seasons of organized com¬ petition, the Niles East fencing team, coached by Mr. Robert Keen, has become one of the most powerful squads in the state. Led by junior Chuck Suritz, freshman Glen Kalin, and sophomores Harvey Harris and Pete Trobe, the fencers finished with a record of four wins and four defeats. The team demon¬ strated its power at the Illinois State Invita¬ tional Meet, where they placed three men in the finals, giving East a second place trophy. Coming in second to John Marshall High School, the Trojans beat the powerful team from St. Mel. Suritz took second place, Harris came in third, and Kalin finished seventh. Next year East can expect another second place or the state championship as most of the squad members will return. Chuck Suritz and Peter Trobe salute each other before en gaging in a duel. Touche! as Al Wentink scores against his opponent, Stu Metzger. N-Club loses to faculty in near upset The N-Club had an extremely successful year of operation in 1963-64 as several new innovations were added to its activities. In addition to the presentation of the tradi¬ tional N-Club-faculty game and the initiations of new members at two Student Unions, these Trojans sponsored the assembly featur¬ ing a speech by former HeavyweightChamp- ion of the world, Jack Dempsey. Helping to promote school spirit, the club challenges the faculty to a basketball game. In the 1964 game, the faculty overpowered the lettermen as the N-Club has been beaten in every game since East became a four- year school. Sponsored by Mr. Henderson, the lettermen. The N-Club has been beaten in every game since East became a four- Several members of the club include class officers as well as leaders of many other school organizations. The N-Club has un¬ doubtedly been a valuable contributor to the greatness of Niles East. N-Club members greet their guest of honor, Jack Dempsey, after his speech to the students and faculty. Back Row: L. Sacks, A. Harris, J. Armstrong, P. Becker, B. Gardner, L. Cooperman, M. Newburger, D. Dicks, T. Melas, D. Siegel, B. Shearn, D. Hardt, L. Marinello, S. Williams, J. Gent, M. Rothman, B. Gevirtz. Third Row: Mr. Henderson (sponsor), D. Kornelly, C. Stahlke, J. Ziah, G. Jarol, G. Gunder¬ son, E. Lichtenstein, J. Simon, R. Pontecore, A. Manasin, R. Banion, B. Schoeller, B. Nigut. Second Row: B. Chapman, S. Weiss, R. Pearlman, N. Sandstrom, A. Lazar, H. Rosenbaum, D. Gibrick, W. Jones, R. Schatz, B. Machacek, F. Fishman, S. Gold, F. Streicher, B. Poindexter, N. Chertack, B. Hall. Front Row: S. Rossman, D. Ewing, B. Walner, S. Cikowski, S. Applebaum, L. Shapiro, R. Block, D. Minors, K. Brody, P. Gallis, T. Coleman, B. Ruttenberg, J. Dolins, S. Wallach, R. Rojo. Elected by the G.A.A. Board because of their great leadership qualities and their participation in the activities planned during the year are the G.A.A. officers: Kathy Plough (president), Linda Grimson (vice-president), Marlene Weinberg (vice-president), and Alexis Zabore (secretary). G.A.A. encourages leadership More than two hundred girls enjoy the after school activities sponsored by G.A.A. Thesportsareplanned according to season. Fall sports include field hockey and golf; winter sports include softball and tennis; and all year activities include Orchesis, the modern dance club, and Ripplettes, the swim club. G.A.A. tries not only to develop leadership and good sportsmanship, but also teaches the girls poise, skill, and perfection. G.A.A. not only concerns itself with sports, but this year has sponsored a float, " Rocket Thru To Vic¬ tory, " which took a second place in class A float com¬ petition at this year ' s Homecoming. As this year ' s service project, a poll was taken among all the girls in the school to determine their attitude toward the G.A.A. program. Another project was treating the incoming freshmen girls to a " Play-day " by the mem¬ bers of G.A.A. to introduce them to the G.A.A. program. Closing the year, the new members were initiated and the active members received their awards for participation in G.A.A. activities. The G.A.A. scholarship for four hundred dollars was also awarded to the senior girl who plans to major in physical education. Organizing the many activities of G.A.A. are the Board members. Back Row: Karen Johnson, Marge Kamin, Joyce Kanovsky, Flora Gryn, llene Bobren, Judy Poccacto, Micky Brody. Second Row: Linda Ivaz, Joyce Statland, Judy Dryfuss, Lorel Glassner, Lynn Kivil- ouma. Front Row: Kathy Guerrero, Karen Weinberg, Fern Nadler, Marcia Cohen, and Linda Raphael. 90 In order to give incoming Freshmen a better insight to the G.A.A. program, all eighth grade girls are invited to the annual " Play-day " activities. displays pride One of the many events G.A.A. participates in is Homecoming. All G.A.A. members help in the construction and the decorating of the annual Homecoming Float which, this year, placed second in the class A competition. Opinions about G.A.A. ' s program in sports were taken from all the girls in school. Tallying the poll are, back row: Deena Ratner, Lynn Kiviluoma, Flora Gryn, Judy Dreyfuss, Kathy Plough, Marcia Cohen, and Cindy Guerrero. Front Row: Carol Gore, Kathy Guerrero, Linda Raphael, and Lorel Glassner. Anita Vega shows her ability on the horse by doing a wolf vault in the G.A.A. after school program. Practicing her routine on the uneven parallel bars is Kathy Lee. Sandy Pardo is one of the few girls who has the strength and deter¬ mination which is required to work on the still rings. 92 Coming to the rescue of four lovely mermaids in trouble are five G.A.A. life-savers. But don’t worry, the mermaids aren ' t really in trouble; they are all practicing their lifesaving in another one of G.A.A. ' s many activities. excels in water skills Practice makes perfect is the proverb Carol Shaffer has on her mind as she prepares her entry into the water. Timing is essential in water ballet as demonstrated here by G.A.A. ' s Ripplettes who plan and perform their own routines. 93 Representing Niles East are the girls ' tennis team Janet Deursch, Kathy Guerrero, Karen Kammier, Sharyn Von Oppen, Gerin Mueller, and Kathy Grunow. The President of G.A.A., Kathy Plough shows her ability and deter¬ mination to win the game as she spikes the ball over the net. " Hit that birdie! " are screams heard when entering the Girls ' Gym¬ nasium during an exciting game of badminton. 95 Practicing in the new modern dance room are Orchesis members Marcia Paul, Alexis Zabore, Jan Selig, and Judy Kadison. and attains perfection Keeping score for her team mates in G.A.A. bowling is Carolyn Stauffer while Anita Fechter and Karen Johnson look on. The G.A.A. golf team includes Karen Muskatt, Marcia Freeman, Eileen Elkin, Linda Rothstein, Helen Kohn, Bernadette Moses, Bonnie Stolman, and Eve Kahn. 96 Even freshmen have a chance to show their spirit at Niles and they are lead by the Freshmen cheerleaders: Sandra Siegel, Carolyn Dowlin, Betty Romanek, and Joan Miller. Cheerleaders symbolize spirit Leading Sophomore teams to victory are the Soph cheerleaders: Kathy Capettini, Diane Swenson, Kathy Jones, Carolyn Haselton, and Sue Mermeistien. Enthusiastic jumps are a trademark of the Sophomore cheerleading squad: Carolyn Haselton, Sue Mermeistien, Kathy Capettini, Diane Swenson, and Kathy Jones. Co-captain of the Varsity Cheerleading Squad this year, Cynthia Garro has been a cheerleader since her sophomore year at Niles. This is her second year as a Varsity cheerleader. In Lynn Kaselow’s fourth year of cheerleading, she was chosen co¬ captain of the Varsity squad. She was a Freshman, Sophomore, and two year Varsity Cheerleader. Whether Niles is in the winning or the loosing column, one bright light is always shining, our cheerleaders. Always present at our football and basketball games, the cheerleaders lead the school with their pep and enthusiasm. The cheerleaders are divided on three levels: Freshmen, Sophomore, and Varsity. The cheerleaders cheer respectively for the Freshmen, Sophomore, and Varsity teams. Cheerleaders are chosen on the basis of their coordination, skill, sportsmanship, and enthusiasm. They are required to do a flex, straight, and arch jump, a stunt, such as a flip or a cartwheel, a group cheer, and an individual cheer when they try out for cheerleading. During the summer, a few of the cheer leaders are chosen to spend a week at the cheerleading camp at Illinois Normal. At the cheerleading camp, the girls learn new types and varieties of cheers, and also better their personality by meeting different girls from all over Illinois. While our Cheerleaders ' motions are always changing, their purpose remains the same - to cheer our teams on to victory and to promote school spirit. This year our cheerleaders were able, for the first time in two years, to do one of their many victory cheers which they can only dowhenone of our teams win. Win or loose, the Varsity cheerleaders are always cheering their hearts out. 98 V arsity Junior Janice Kamps has been a cheerleader since her freshman year. This is her first year on Varsity. This is Kathy Haselton’s first year as a Varsity cheer¬ leader although she was a substitute in her junior year. She is now a senior. Ann Harmening, who is noted for her pep and en¬ thusiasm, has been a cheerleader since her freshman year. This is her first year as a Varsity cheerleader and she is now a junior. Linda Schoenberg is in her fourth year of cheerlead¬ ing and was captain of the Sophomore squad. She has always shown her school spirit. Bonnie Lerman has been a cheerleader since her sophomore year and is now a senior. Senior Donna Veto has had three years of cheerlead¬ ing experience behind her and is known for her devo¬ tion to the Varsity teams. 99 DD Performing before elementary school students, Mr. Provost and the concert band introduce Nilehi ' s musical talent to future East students. Arts Looking from the stage manager’s position in thewings, one sees a boisterous party going on at " Auntie Marne ' s. " 100 An unusual modern art piece in the Morton Wing at the Art Institute captures the interest of passersby. Arts in the school provide an outlet for creative expression. Drama produtions introduce students to the theatre while giving student actors and crews the practical experience of staging a show. Through the vocal and instrumental groups, students develop their musical abilities and interests. With the varied art curri culum, students can cultivate their talents in the graphic arts. Using the city as a cultural center, students expand their interests in the arts. The legitimate theatre, symphony, opera folk concerts, and art exhibits are among the diverse cultural fields available to students. Backstage clamor in the dressing room enhances the excitement of " Reflections ’64 " for East students. Drama On Stage. . Sharon (Karen Kessler) is startled by the sudden appearance of Og (Jeff Siegal), as he tries to find the whereabouts of his stolen gold. On April 5 and 6, 1963, Finian McLonger- gan burst onto the stage at Nilehi East, bringing the first Broadway musical to the school. This amusing comedy, under the dir¬ ection of Mr. Earle Auge and Miss Virginia Stemp, told the tale of an eccentric old Irish¬ man, Finian, and his daughter, Sharon. A mischevious leprechaun, Og, followed Finian to Missitucky, U.S.A. in pursuit of his crock of gold which Finian had stolen. The problems of integration and romance effected Finian, Og, and Sharon in peculiar ways. Sharon fell in love with Woody, the leader of the tobacco growing people; Og gave up his pur¬ suit of the gold to become a Human; and Finian cured Senator Rawkins of hisprejudice against the Negroes. This presentation brought life to the stage and ended with all problems solved and a happy chorus of " How Are Things in Gloca Morra. " Finian (John Issac) quarrels with his daughter (Karen Engstrom) about her romance with Woody, a Missitucky farmer. 104 Woody Mahoney (Jack Mise) relates tales of his naval career to the Missitucky Valley dwellers. FINIAN ' S THE CAST CHARACTER Buzz Collins. Sheriff. Susan Mahoney. . . . .Sande Salstone Henry. Marcia Paul Maude. Finian. Bonnie Sussman Sharon. Robert Ahrens Woody. Karen Kessler Og . Jack Mise Senator Rawkins . . . . Jeff Siegal .Richard Grant Tinian’s Rainbow Brings Storm of Acclaim Four childre-o. Chuck Solomon Marilyn Silton, Rick Millis, and Sarah Fox frolic to " If This isn’t Love. " 105 Captain Fisby (Ray Dean) enjoys his first taste of saki as Captain McLean (Chuck Solomon), Sakini (Pete Sereni), and Sgt. Gregovich (Joe Fagan) await their turn. Teahouse’ Casts A Glow of Oriental Enchantment The United States Army has been involved in few situations more peculiar than that of Captain Fisby of the post-war Japanese Oc¬ cupation Forces in Niles East ' s production of Teahouse of The August Moon. In Niles ' first " three nighter " of May 2,3, and 4, a series of elaborate set designs paralleled a series of mad-cap events beginning when stubborn and excitable Colonel Wainwright Purdy III assigned Captain Fisby and Sakini, the help¬ ful and sometimes troublesome interpreter, to Tobiki village. Accompanied by Lady Astor, a friendly goat, Captain Fisby at last arrived at the village and soon met a more delicate lady, the lovely geisha girl, Lotus Blossom. Fisby and Captain McLean, a neurotic psy¬ chiatrist who loved botany, helped the village to set up a prosperous business of selling its wine and to construct the beautiful Teahouse of the August Moon. The entire village watch¬ ed as Lotus Blossom and the brightly costumed Geisha Girls gave life to the teahouse with the mystic dances of Japan. The powerful temper of Colonel Purdy could not destroy the supposedly " immoral " wine-stills and tea¬ house of Tobiki Village, and Captain Fisby left behind him a happy and prosperous village underneath the romantic summer moon of Japan. Lady Astor, with her radiant beauty and magnetic charm, mystifies Japanese children. 106 TEAHOUSE THE CAST CHARACTER Sakini.Pete Sereni Lotus Blossom.Arlene Morishita General Purdy.Bob Greenberg Captain Fisby.Ray Dean Sgt. Gregovich.Joe Fagan Oshira.Fred Reiner Captain McLean.Chuck Solomon Higa.Sharon Lewisberg Old Lady.Chari Berger iliij. ' li ' i, wm ■ IV v , j. ,i w. , i i Sakini (Pete Sereni) displays his humble dwelling to Lotus Blossom (Arlene Morishita). ferry-. V t " 1 ■ . VtoJjT fSr l» ■ SJkT ' fc 1 3 |7 »i . fe 3T tCr I J 35 A " JET i BPS ' - BSr -■- E H f tB El rr™j Lotus Blossom (Arlene Morishita) leads the Geisha group in an exotic oriental dance. 107 " No one is too ’off-beat ' for my parties, " Mame (Terri Friedlander) explains to her nephew (Steve Myerson). “Auntie Marne Plays Hostess To an Evening of Fun and Madness. The director of " Auntie Mame " , Mr. Alvin Schwartz, gives last minute instructions to Stage Manager Ron Hoffberg and actors. 108 Take a wealthy, wily aunt who gives wild parties for Lithuanian bishops and not-so-or- dinary businessmen, dash in an inherited young nephew accompanied by an overpro- tective nanny, stir and mix in a rich southern bachelor who owns a cotton plantation, sprinkle in a few tears, lots of laughs, some suspense, a world tour, and even a happy ending, and be prepared to serve " Auntie Mame, " this year ' s fall play, staged on Nov¬ ember 22 and 23. " Auntie Mame " is Patrick Dennis ' s hilarious story of his aunt, who, after losing all her money in the 1929 stock market crash, went to work at Macy ' s to put him through school. Bouregarde Jackson Pickett Burnside, a rich southern gentleman, met her at work, and the courtship culminated in a lavish wedding. For a honeymoon, Mame and her husband tour¬ ed the world. However, only Mame returned, for Bouregarde tumbled from a mountain peak. Mame " settled down " at home to write her memoirs with the aid of the efficient but pathetic Agnes Gooch. By this time, Patrick had grown into manhood, and Mame became his advisor for the lovelorn. All ended happi¬ ly as Mame set out on a new adventure. DD Patrick the Boy (Steve Myerson) listens attentively as Mr. Babcock (Fred Reiner) and Auntie Marne (Terri Friedlander) discuss Patrick ' s education. AUNTIE AAAME THE CAST CHARACTER Ito. Mr. Babcock. Vera Charles. Patrick the Boy. Patrick the Man . . . . Auntie Marne. Bouregarde Burnside Agnes Gooch. Lindsay Woolsey . . . Norah Muldoon . . . . . . Mitch Cohen . . . . Fred Reiner . Bonnie Sussman . . Steve Myerson . Bob Ruttenberg Terri Friedlander .... Mike Pavlo .Lisa Schatz .... Bob Siegal . . . Wendy Arbit Even the genie cannot cure Vera Charles (Bonnie Sussman) of a hangover. 109 Windy City passes in review The silly clown, Marilyn Silton, falls in love with a beautiful but unresponding statue, Sande Salstone. " Windy City Revue, " this year ' s Reflections Revelries, blew onto the Nilehi stage on Feb¬ ruary seventh and eighth. The show was not a talent show, as it had been in the past; rather, it was a pooling of the talents of 120 Nileh iers into a topical musical review con¬ cerning Chicago. Among the acts were ones taking place at Grant Park, Marshall Field Company, Wrig- ley Field, State Street at night, and thecircus. From the jazz dances to the flamenco guitar to the full-stage live band, the show was a complete success, and the Drama Department will model all future Reflections after it. i to The theatre floor show comes alive again through the singing of Sally Charman and Peggy Rosenbaum. Poor but hoppy, Janus Vedder, Pat Herter, Rita Kavanaugh, and Betty Anderson stroll gaily through the park. Luminous spirits gliding across the Chicago scene make the night come alive. 1 11 Drama - Back Stage. Mr. Schwartz barks last-minute orders to his panicy stage crew as the show begins. Most of the credit for a dramatic pro¬ duction is given to those in the spotlight, for they are publicized prior to the perfor¬ mance by photographers and reporters and are seen on stage at the performance. How¬ ever, just as important to the success of a production as the players are those whose job is to make the players ' performance visible, audible, and enjoyable - namely, the backstage crew. Behind the scenes activity takes many forms. The make-up crew is kept busy pre¬ paring performers with fresh make-up and changes of costume between scenes; the stage crew sets up scenery and controls the cur¬ tain; the sound crew monitors the micro¬ phones; the lighting crew controls the house and stage lights and the spotlights; and the prop crew procures and doles out any neces¬ sary equipment. All these crews must be coordinated to produce a successful program. Much credit goes to the backstage crews and to their faculty advisors - Mr. Fink, Mr. Schwartz, and Miss Stemp. 112 Quick and efficient, Gary Kurc and Barry Issacson finish the task of shifting scenery. The application of make-up is an integral part of any production. Paula Lubeznick skillfully affects a metamorphosis with make-up on Richard Gregory. Gaining experience for future drama careers are Thespians ' officers Wendy Arbit (president), Bonnie Sussman (vice-president), Lonnie Gerstein (secretary), Fred Reiner (treasurer), and Dawn Schafer (recording secretary). The trained members of Tecnis, Niles East ' s Technical Instruments and Services Or¬ ganization, handle technical aspects of school activities. The major function of this service club is the handling of lighting, sound, and technical stage work for all performances held at Niles, including school plays and musicals. A great deal of knowledge and skill is needed to handle the elaborate equip¬ ment involved in these activities. The mem¬ bers of Tecnis advance by experience from regular members to apprentices and finally to master technicians. To become a member of the National Thespian Society, one must earn ten points for one hundred hours of work on or behind the stage in dramatic productions at Niles. Membership in Thespians, an honorary so¬ ciety, is a goal aimed for by student actors and crew-workers and is achieved only through hard work and perseverance. Mem¬ bership often proves to be one step toward a future career in drama. The purpose of Spotlighters is to promote interest and enthusiasm in the field ofdrama. The members learn dramatic techniques and also skills of behind the stage work, for acting is only a small part of the large field of dra¬ ma. Members are given the opportunity to practice these skills or witness them in action at the theater itself. Drama - Supporting The Stage. . . iff Members of Tecnis work backstage with tape recordings. Tecnis, Niles East Sound and Lighting crew, takes charge of behind the scenes activity. Officers are Rich Weiss (secretary), Ron Hoffberg (president), and Al Semrow (vice- president). Spotlighters drama group provides entertainmentforstudentsandworthwhile experience for aspiring young actors. Back Row : officers are Rhona Berkowitz (recording secretary), Joanne Sonn (correspond¬ ing secretary). Front Row : Amelia Wright (president), Fred Reiner (vice-president), Gilbert Rotkin (treasurer), and Judy Klehr (point treasurer). 115 V ! A4 usic - Vocal. . Lorelei. On stairway, Front Row: C. Rogers, E. Boosales, S. Francke, N. Shonkwiler, D. Simon, L. Zabore, C. Doyen, C. Doyen, S. Miller, B. Ferguson, G. Baren, H. Goldstein, J. Cyrog.P. Teitelbaum, N. Wie- helmson. Second Row : V. VanOmmering, C. Wanaski, A. Holmes. Back Row: E. Kramer, L. Cole, K. Gustafson, D. Krauss, J. Opperman, J. Garro, B. Fisher. Left side of pool. Front Row: K. Engstrom, N. Joslyn, R. Mechanic, L. Nelson. Back Row: S. Peterson, J. Brickman, L. Klinke, S. Wolters, L. Miller. Right side of pool: S. Gordon, L. Wich- ert, D. Davis. The Winter Music Festival, the Spring Mu¬ sic Festival, the Spring Musical -these were some of the annual musical events brought to the people of Skokie by the vocal groups of Niles East. Under the direction of Mr. Earle Auge, the choir, girls glee, and mixed glee groups were active in school assemblies and productions, while the Lorelei sang for PTAs and women ' s clubs. Assisting the vocal groups at many of their functions were the instrumental groups-the concert orchestra and concert band-under the direction of Mr. Auge and Mr. Leo Provost. In December, the combined efforts of the vocal and instru¬ mental groups produced the holiday Winter Festival. Spring brought April and May, and with them came the Spring MusicarCarousel " and the May Music Festival. 1 16 jim mi w WV 1 : | if 1| ' w » n " H in Choir. Back Row: M. Janson, D. Skol, A. Karol, D. Smith, M. Povlo, C. Turski, G. Johnson, P. Gallis, R. Banion, D. Clauser, B. Glass, C. Lorenz, R. Grant, L. Prince, B. Bataglia, B. Dowlin, D. Lundsberg, D. Czerniak, W. Weber, D. Hrab. Third Row: B. Brown, L. Sanders, V. Van Ommering, R. Skolnik, B. Sussman, L. Klinke, R. Tyska, J. Meltzer, B. Shefsky, K. Hayes, E. Boosales, S. Gordon, J. Garrow, C. Deem, C. Bobera, J. Cox, C. Wanaski, K. Haselton, S. Wolters, L. Wichert. Second Row: M. Sokol, L. Tincher, J. Klein, T. Traiforos, K. Engstrom, K. Gustafson, D. K auss, V. Kramer, A. Holmes, S. Weisman, L. Cole, N. Joslyn, B. Fisher, A. Harmening, L. Miller, A. Gerber, J. Reese, L. Comitor, D. Gibrick. Front Row: M. Silton, J. Zehner, S. Miller, C. Speigel, L. Nelson, C. Doyen, J. Feil, B. Ferguson, S. Capitel, L. Brandel, S. Peterson, R. Bauer, D. Ward, R. Kavanaugh, J. Brickman, H. Goldstein, V. Neuman, R. Roth, E. Greenberg, S. Saffro, Mr. Auge. Not shown: D. Ross, C. Johnson, M. Kassin, P. Scarpelli. fein, D. Sandrik, p. Herter, S. Heche, G. Marshall, V. Silver. Third Row: B. Feigen, P. Morrow, A. Weisz, B. Weiner, L. Ressman, A. Wilke, K. Muskatt, S. Swartwout, L. Lorence, O. Benson, T. Dash, D. Mizruchy, C. Haselton. Second Row: L. Savitz, C. Cox, J. Price, A. Rotkin, B. Reich, A. Medintz, C. Melas, M. Tiffin, H. Dragon, D. Steinberg, E. Reese, M. Quintanales. Front Row: D. Shane, D. Cusic, S. Nonberg, D. Johnson, K. Capettini, A. Sender, L. Dubin, T. Schmitzer, S. Singer, and S. Rasof. 117 Girls Glee. Back Row: B. Kopakin, C. Dowlin, J. Sandrik, S. DuBoff, M. Thompson, G. Shandler, C. Spores, R. Lampert, P. Kaluzna, G. Widrevitz, E. Daily, N. Harris, L. Langhaus, M. Ackerman, D. Cooper, R. Oler, S. Sernovitz. Fifth Row: P. Wolk, L. Reimer, C. Propp, D. Sternfeld, L. Tatelman, M. Kearney, L. Dusz, K. Fix, G. Bridge, D. Davies, L. Silberstein, E. Novick, N. Morgan, L. Ruben, L. Schwegel. Fourth Row: J. Dishkin, J. Kirchler, P. Campana. L. Ford, S. Neukirch, D. Davis, L. Nilsson, S. Francke, E. Kavanaugh, N. Widman, I. Dref- Mixed Glee. Back Row : P. Teitelbaum, S. Glazer, D. Huntley, A. Brain- in, J. Miller, N. Wedderspon, S. Kabiller, E. Glutzer, C. Hoffman, C. Doyen, L. Oeschler, H. Earlix, R. Gilbert, D. Stevens, D. Prouses, J. DeCarl, J. Schectman, G. Szerwinski, S. Stein. Fifth Row: J. Chajnowski, L. Riggs, D. Schmidt, E. Robins, E. Cohen, G. Kemp, S. Kosten, C. Wattz S. Alleman, J. Fingerman, A. Bernstein, A. Isenberg, D. Israel, S. Dine, V. Swiek. Fourth Row: B. Goldberg, G. Solberg, D. Welch, P. Heche, E. Gallowich, M. Friedman, G. Bobren, S. Marx, P. Carnall, K. Cas- barian, H. Patish, S. Myerson, R. Martina-, R. Reuzen, J. Kaufman. Third Row: S. Aronow, R. Lee, S. Moran, S. Smith, K. Shatney, J. Gross, D. Kertz, M. Glazer, B. Dubrow, S. Arnstein, D. Frank, S. Schwanke, B. Strom, J. Schechter. Second Row: K. Kessler, E. Kroger, H. Goldstein, T. Stluka, J. Gilmore, R. Bilton, J. Cyrog, E. Bittman, L. Schatz, L. Weiss, J. Curtis, L. Skora.Front Row: A. Zabore, B. Ander¬ son, A. Kraus, M. Panitch, L. Grandinetti, D. Friedman, A. Appelman, B. Scott, R. Myerson. Mr. Earle Auge directs the choir at an all school performance for students and faculty in the contest gym. 118 Stage Band. Back Row: I. Frank, J. Slutzky, R. Stern, E. Liss, D. Rosenthal, N. Siegal. Second Row: C. Johnson, P. Aronica, D. Zeller, H. Millman, J. Bennet. Front Row : M. Gershberg, R. Luzzo, L. Fretzin, J. Lecomte, M. Jacobs, E. Beaver, N. Schonkwiler, Mr. Provost. Music - Instrumental. . . During the past years the instrumental groups of the Niles East Music Department have provided entertainment for the school and the community at the many musical productions. The concert orchestra, conducted by Mr. Earle Auge, helped present the Win¬ ter Music Festival and the Spring Music Fes¬ tival. The Music Department also worked in the spring musical, " Carousel, " along with the Drama Department. The concert band, under the direction of Mr. Leo Provost, played at football and basketball games, and at pep rallies throughout the year. Many of the musicians in the concert band are chosen to be members of the concert orchestra and the stage band. The stage band entertained stu¬ dents and faculty at school assemblies, and special functions, and thus the members of the stage band gained experience in a spe¬ cialized form of performing. In addition to the concert orchestra, con¬ cert band, and stage band, the Music Depart¬ ment of Niles East also provides a beginning band, the Cadet Band, in which prospective musicians learn the basic skills of group performance. Many of these people will com¬ pose the concert orchestra and concert band in their upperclass years at Niles. 119 Concert Orchestra. Back Row : S. Steinberg, K. Haselton, Mr. E. Auge, K. Kreft, J. Bennett, P. Brush- aber, N. Siegel, S. Minkus, P. Rosenthaul, N. Shonkwiler, J. Woolf. Third Row : C. Rogers, D. Davis, P. Aronica, L. Zivic, C. Johnson, E. Liss, R. Stern, J. Slutzky, L. Fretzin, R. Luzzo, B. Nanberg, M. Gers- berg, M. Estes, S. Taylor. Second Row; D. Anderson, H. Doner, M. Brown, A. Snedeker, R. Nobel, G. Brown, K. Frandzel, R. Wallace, M. Jacobs, S. Shapiro. Front Row : R. Drozdzik, E. Rotkin, J. Leo- grande, D. Manaugh, C. Chapman, B. Urman, G. Berger, B. Myers, P. Rest, R. Malitz. Concert Band. Back Row : C. Josephson, W. Drawbaugh, G. Welchko, L. Wallach, D. Rosenthal, N. Shonkwiler, J. Woolf, Mr. Provost. Fourth Row: E. Liss, J. Slutzky, R. Stern, I. Frank, R. Cross. Third Row : K. Kreft, P. Saunders, T. Knudson, J. Millman, D. Zeller, P. Aronica, J. Gale, K. Wood, R. Mosoff, C. Johnson, C. Wood. Second Row: D. Urman, V. Gillio, S. Stolerow, S. Taylor, M. Estes, L. Fretzin, R. Luzzo, R. Nanberg, C. Suritz, W. Grist, M. Gershberg, J. Lecomte, E. Uze- mack, M. Jacobs. Front Row : R. Noble, G. Brown, T. Korman, K. Frand¬ zel, E. Beaver, D. Applin, D. Shavitz, L. Kellar, B. Braiman, S. Smith, R. Wallis. Middle Seats: C. Chapman, R. Urman. Cadet Band. Back Row: D. Bass, M. Kaig. Third Row: A. Weinstein, S. Benjamin, S. Ornstein, T. Stearns, M. Korn, J. Bitkmann, A. Calkins, P. Kellar, E. Hartstein, M. Mayron, G. Kurc. Second Row: N. Ahonen, L. Lang, F. Gould, B. Golbin, D. Ratner, D. Karlow, D. Kreft, D. Swanson, B. Salter, B. Beer, S. Jackson, B. Crain, J. Weiner.FrontRow: L. Berss, J. Procaccio, D. Kroon, L. Zabore, R. Good¬ man, J. Levens, M. Fatterman, C. Munzer, R. Kagan, K. Margolis. Middle seat: D. Grayless. Mr. Auge conducts the Concert Orchestra during a performance. Music - Performing. . . The concert choir, girls ' glee, and the concert orchestra perform together under the direction of Mr. Earle Auge at the Winter Music Festival. The spirit of Christmas filled the room; beautiful Christmas melodies filled the air. Such was the scene in the Niles East Audi¬ torium on December 15, 1963 as the entire music department, under the direction of Mr. Earle Auge and Mr. Leo Provost, combined their efforts to produce a most enjoyable Winter Music Festival. Performing in the hour-long program were the Concert Choir, Girls Glee, Lorelei, and the Concert Orchestra. Selections included favorite Christmas, Hanukah, and winter me¬ lodies, featuring The Lord ' s Prayer, Palestin¬ ian Nights, and The Sleigh Ride. The concert concluded with the very difficult but very beautiful Hallelujah Chorus. These melodies and others were repeated for the enjoyment of students and faculty during an all school assembly following Sunday ' s performance. The 1963 Winter Music Festival was a great success and a great achievement for the entire music department. 122 The stage band, under the direction of Mr. Leo Provost, plays for a gathering of the P.T.A. 123 The musicians of the concert orchestra focus their attention upon their music and upon Mr. Earle Auge as the Winter Music Festival commences. Art. . . Art Department brushes aside the old By expanding its facilities and curriculum, the Art Department has provided a program appealing to all art students of Niles. Its four-year series of courses includes a study of and participation in painting, sculpture, pottery, printing, jewelry, textile making, and graphic design. A course in art history is offered in which the students hear lectures four days of the week concerning different periods of art, and work on projects concern¬ ed with that period of art on the fifth day. Also, for those people wishing to sample what the art department offers, there is a one semester art laboratory in which students receive a small introduction to each of the many facets of art. All of these courses are given in the newly remodeled art rooms which have been sup¬ plied with new desks and cabinets in which the student ' s works can now be stored. Also new in the Art Department is a giant kiln and a room for showing art history movies. Art Council is the extra-curricular organi¬ zation of the Art Department through which students may further their art learning by listening to guest speakers and working in the more advanced subjects themselves. At vari¬ ous times during the year the council pre¬ sents a hootenanny in which students and teachers participate by playing and singing their favorite folk songs. Highlighting the Art Council ' s program is its recently organized annual art show and auction. At the show, the students ' best works are displayed for the enjoyment of parents and other students. Afterward, those objects donated by students are auctioned off to the public, the proceeds going to the Art Council ' s treasury. Jeanette Duffin concentrates on her interpretation of a strange work of art. Susan Carlson cuts her drawing to the exact size to prepare it for pasting. 124 Math and art combine as Sheila Weissman and Paula Feldman create geometric figures. Officers of Art Council coordinate a program designed to teach creative skills in art. 1964 officers are Elaine Schuman (president), Sheila Dribin(treasurer), Gordon Hoke (publicity chairman), Dale Melcher (vice-president), and Irene Silverman (secretary). Occasions in the school are those special days exciting to live and remember. Homework forgotten, students spend long hours creating the magic of Homecoming and Prom nights. School routine is inter¬ rupted by hermuda day special assemblies, and graduation practice. In the city, a student enjoys com¬ munity occasions or celebrates his own. The Thanksgiving Parade, the Chicagoland Music Festival, and the International Trade Fair are events the student witnesses. Or he can come to glamorous Rush Street as a climax to a special dance. The glamour of Rush Street provides sophisticated entertainment for after-dance celebrations. A romantic carriage ride through picturesque Old Town ends a very special evening. The climactic event of each year is Prom night. The bright sound of folkmusic as sung by Lewis Edel- son closed final-exam week with Tlunker ' s Fling, " the first hootenanny. 127 Fall . . . East vs. West in friendly competition 130 Doug Kornelly bottles with a West player for possession of a jump ball at the East-West basketball game. One of the most exciting facets of the high school year is East-West Competition. Competition between the two schools has become part of the Nilehi tradition. In past years Niles East and Niles West have chal¬ lenged each other in football, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, swimming and base¬ ball. This year they also competed in track. Although Niles West does not belong to the suburban league as does Niles East, competition between the two schools is just as exciting as if not more than official league competition. Although Niles East was de¬ feated in football and basketball, this year she was victorious in track, wrestling, and gymnastics. Competition was equally as fierce in the spring. These games between Niles East and Niles West have become a tradition promoting good sportsmanship. East and West scramble for victory at the East-West football game. Niles East ' s Gregg Gunderson is in the lead while two West harriers and Trojans Cris Stahlke and Mark Lieberman follow close behind. r —» Homecoming: East to Alaska The night before . . . The student body showsitsenthusiasticspiritasthey support our team at the Twilight Pep assembly. Phil Becker and Larry Lazarus put last minute details on the S.S.O. float. Homecoming weekend is the climax to months of work. But Homecoming itself is a frame of mind, a spirit which hovers about the school weeks before the actual weekend ever begins. Months of time and energy are spent in its planning: floats must be built, a parade must be organized, and a queen must be selected. These efforts were the real beginnings of Homecoming ' 63. October 18 began the weekend with a Twilight Pep Rally that spread the Home¬ coming mood. Brilliant fireworks presented by Booster Club kindled the spirits of all Nilehiers. The announcement of the new reigning Queen was an added highlight of the evening as was the Junior-Senior-Tug- of-War in which the Seniors triumphed. The pep assembly over, students parted for neighborhood garages to participate in the hilarious and frantic job of constructing floats. Fireworks, fun, petal paper, and pep: this was the night but the day was still to come . . . East to Alaska, Homecoming 1963. Seated regally on the homecoming float are Queen, Cynthia Garro, and her court, Linda Blessing, Judy Brickman, Janis Kamps, and Michelle Flicht. Homecoming committee back row: Al Nissenson, Irene Silverman, Arlene Sager, Nancy Joslyn, Eileen Boosales, Barb Fisher, Karen Dreffin, and Sandy Salstone. Front Row: Paul Gallis, John Simon (treasurer), Corrie Carlington (director), Al Feder (assistantdirector), Janet Harris (secretary), and Jay Adair have worked hard to make 1963-64 homecoming a success. 133 The Day . . . Students and curious shoppers watch the homecoming parade as it proceeds through Downtown Skokie. " What ' s wrong? " thinks dejected football player, Morry Sapoznik, at the homecoming game. The half closed eyes of sleepy students greeted the sunrise on Saturday, October 19. After a restless night, they eagerly anti¬ cipated the oncoming parade of floats and the results of the float competition. Each year homecoming floats are divided into three divisions: A, the large trailer floats; B, the small trailer floats; and C, the decor¬ ated cars. At 10:00 A.M. the parade left the Old Orchard Theatre parking lot and traveled through Skokie back to the school for the ensuing football game. Just before the var¬ sity game, the winning floats paraded around the field. " We ' ll Make the Huskies Mush, " the Senior Cabinet ' s float; " Our Spirit Will Sleigh ' Em, " the Varsity Cheerleader ' s float; and " Baked Alaska, " an independent float placed among the year ' s winners and re¬ ceived the prize money which had been donated by the Nilehi PTA and BoosterClub. Although the game itself was a Niles defeat, the Trojans fought hard and well. The students too showed their victorious spirit when they let loose their gold and blue balloons after the Trojan ' s first touchdown. But Homecoming was not yet over. The homecoming dance was to become the crown¬ ing touch to a wonderful weekend. v. Th Night Linda Blessing and Louie Stevens watch as Queen Cynthia Garro pins a boutonniere on her escort, Bill Brandt. The highlight of the Homecoming week¬ end was the traditional Homecoming Dance. The theme this year was " Under the Mid¬ night Sun. " This twenty-seventh Homecoming festival provided an opportunity for alumni of Nilehi to rekindle old memories of their high school days. With the aid and cooperation of the Senior Cabinet, the girls ' gymnasium was transformed into an Alaskan wonderland, complete with a life-sized igloo and an Eski¬ mo mural. Couples arrived at 8:30 P.M. and danced amid the imaginative decora¬ tions to the soft music of the Steve Barbar Band. The evening was climaxed by the crown¬ ing of the annual Homecoming Queen, Cynthia Garro, and her lovely court, Judy Brickman, Linda Blessing, Michelle Flicht, and Janice Kamps. The dance was the per¬ fect ending to a perfect Homecoming. Amid the lovely decorations, couples dance and enjoy themselves at the 1963 Homecoming dance, " Under the Midnight Sun. " Striving for better Student Unions, and unusual and exciting dances are these members of the Student Union Board. Front Row: V. Spie- gal, B. Fogel, M. Golob, D. Ehrensaft, J. Morris, S. Starkopf, S. Miller, S. Lamn. Second Row: S. Gross, M. Jacob, B. Lerman (Tres.), J. Harris (sec.), R. Karzen (Pres.), A. Sager (Vice Pres.), C. Billion, M. Beilin, N. Joslyn. Third Row: L. Kaselow, I. Summer, D. Veto, B. Klotz, S. Corey, E. Boosales, D. Deutchman, B. Goodman, J. Garro, B. Gustav- son, J. Newman, B. Ftsher, M. Finkl. Last Row: M. Rothman, R. Hoff- berg, A. Novak, B. Poindexter, R. Weiss, G. Anderson, D. Franklin, S. Cichowski, B. Ellison, L. November, T. Melas, A. Semrow. Student Unions provide monthly fun " Way Out " of the ordinary was the first Student U nion of 1963-64. 136 “Is it worth it " wonder Bill Nigot and Jeff Gent as they are initiated into N-Club by Bob Shearn. A group of hard-workingsenlorscompose the mem¬ bership of the Student Union Board which sponsors the monthly Student Union dances. The Unions con¬ sist of a recent movie followed by dancing and refreshments. Thus, each month these active upper¬ classmen must combine their energies and their talents in order to surpass all previous unions. The board members have the job of organizing each Union. They must think of new, exciting, un¬ equaled ideas that will please the student body. And after the theme has been chosen, the board members must find the appropriate decorations that will make the gym alive and a part of the Union. The board must also select the movies that will be shown and supply the music and entertainment. All these responsibilities are rewarded by a fabulous Saturday night. In the spring of each year the old makes way for the new. Juniors apply for positions on the Student Union Board. From these applications, the present board members carefully select the future members who, in the coming year will follow in the footsteps of their predecessors in attempting to make each Union better than the last. 137 Winter . . . Sp ecial Assemblies spark spirit Among the traditional activities at Niles East are the several assemblies held throughout the year. Perhaps the most popular of the assemblies are the pep rallies. Students are led by the school band and cheerleaders in cheers to support the Trojans. In addition to rallying behind her teams, Niles rewards them at the annual spring andfall awardsassemblies. At these events the hard-working Trojans are pre¬ sented with major and minor letters, and those ath¬ letes who have won special acclaim receive their accolades before the entire student body. Not slighting students who have excelled in academics, Niles also takes special note of her outstanding scholars at the awards assemblies. Music, as well as athletics and academics, is in the spotlight when the music department presents its orchestra and choirs. In several music assemblies distributed throughout the school year, Niles truly is able to exhibit another of her many talents. Aside from the traditional assemblies, special assemblies are held when the occasion arises. The gymnasts were presented in a show of intricate and skillfully executed stunts. Jack Dempsey offered advice to young people and answered questions from students in one of the earlier assemblies of the year. In the future Niles can look forward to more assemblies as highlights of the school year. 138 Betty Johnson and Nancy Shonkwiler demonstrate the graceful skills of the girls’ gymnastics team. Track captain Mark Lieberman proudly accepts the " Most Valuable Player Award " from Mr. B. Barnette who represents the Booster Club. Jack Dempsey signs autographs after speaking to the student body. ' Tonight at Tara " was the title of the 1963 turn-a-bout dance. G.A.A. annually devotes its efforts in making this dance one of the highlights of the year. Turn-a-bout, as the name implies, gives all the girlstheirchance to make proper advances towards that cer¬ tain boy with a coy invitation to a school dance. From 8:30 to 1 1:30 happy couplesdanced to the music of a professional band. Great white pillars, magnolia trees, and sparkling fountains transformed the girls ' gymnasium into a southern atmosphere of stateliness and luxury. At the end of the evening with beaus in one hand and blue velvet bids in the other, girls dreamily departed after having spent a wonderful evening at " To¬ night at Tara. " Miss Carol Turpin welcomes Mary Janisch and Pete Birren to G.A.A. ' s annual Turn-a-Bout dance. Turn-A-Bout: Tonight at Tara 140 Midst magnolias and orange blossoms, Sue Smith and Ed Uzemack gaze quietly at the fountain. Mr. Jeff Josephson watches Mark Lieberman, Paula Rest, Stuart Spies and Ed Grennan as we rack up points on the television quiz show, " It ' s Academic. " Niles on T.V. Thanks to sponsor Mr. Palm and students Ken Seeskin and Joel Weinstein, Niles debates her way to victory on " Rebuttal. " Publicly showing her academic excellence, Niles East made appearances this year on two television programs, " It ' s Academic " and " Rebuttal. " Carefully selected from the top ranks of the senior class, captain Paula Rest, Mark Leiberman, and Stuart Spies represent¬ ed Niles East on " It ' s Academic. " Sponsered by Mr. Josephson, Paula, Mark, and Stu victored in a quiz of general knowledge against Libertyville High School and Rich East High School winning a set of The Great Books of the Western World for the school library. On " Rebuttal, " Ken Seeskin and Joel Weinstein coached by Mr. Palm again proved Niles East ' s high scholarship. Ken and Joel, pitted against students of St. George High School, took the affirmative viewpoint that the minimum wage law should be extended in coverage and won the debate. 141 Sporting their school sweatshirts on Sweatshirt Day are Craig Takehara, Arlene Weisz, Corrie Car- lington, Mike Povlo, Robi n Richman, and Mike Kassin. Sp ecial Days vary school routine Marita Powell, Howard Olisky, and Marcia Zucker proudly display their beanies on beanie day. 142 The class of ' 67 becomes acquainted with Niles East at Freshman Orientation. Beanies, buttons, and bicycles are but a few of the novelties which comprise the spe¬ cial days of Niles East. Whether the purpose of a special day is to promote spirit, raise money, or familiarize students with certain school organizations, the special day always proves to be a lot of fun. Sweatshirt Day, Beanie Day, and Gold and Blue Day bring out a little school spirit in everyone. The money which is raised by selling sweatshirts and beanies goes to class treasuries. Students, however, do not wear only spirit items on special days. The day before Christmas Vacation was Dress-up Day. Boys wearing ties and girls wearing hells added to the mood of the holiday sea¬ son. Freshman Orientation, Christmas Vaca¬ tion Open House, Senior White Shirt Day, Senior Bicycle Day, and Senior Bermuda Day are just a few more of the many special days Niles has to offer. These special days are not only fun, but they have become a tradition uniting the students of our school. College freshmen Marlene Blitstein, Herb Zarov, Michael Goodman, Robert Couzine, Lisa Mandel and Irving Bloom advise interested Nilehiers on college life at the Alumni Open House. Under a fairy tale sky Marlene Blitstein, Fran Wein¬ man, Eileen Greenberg, end Carol Zimmerman dance with their escorts Herb Zarov, Steve Rubinstein, Mike Whitzel, and Charles Vetzner. Spring . . Prom: Soir Celeste Joanne Morris and Bob Tornies dance to the music of Dick Long ' s Orchestra while Ray Dean, Sharon Fisher, Ron Rojo, and Robyn Brown all agree that it is a heavenly evening. Bob Ahrens signs Gabriel ' s Guest List as Kendra Nel¬ son, Shelly Saffro, Dave Boyer, Judy Siegel, and Pete Nemkov, wait their turn. " Soir Celeste " last year ' s junior-senior prom proved to be a heavenly evening. The formal spring dance was sponsored by the junior class in honor of 1963 graduating seniors. Dreamy murals, twinkling stars, and angel ' s harps transformed the boys ' gym¬ nasium into a celestial paradise. At 8:30 couples began to arrive. Dreamy twosomes danced to the music of the Dick Long Orches¬ tra. Later in the evening punch and pink frosted cakes were served. The dance was climaxed by the crowning of King Larry Wolf- inson and Queen Sue Berberick. By 12:00 the dance floor was empty, the music was silent, the prom was over . . . only to remain in the memories of those who attended " Soir Celeste. " The climax of the evening was the crowning of King, Larry Wolfinson, Queen, Sue Berberick, and their court Bobbi Epstein and LesMultak, Kathy Wells and Jack Mise, Karen Schwarz and Ron Green¬ berg, Bob Stein and Gail Mason. Graduation 64 finally arrives The faculty of Niles East seem to be growing younger and younger . . . especially at the senior breakfast of the 1963 graduating class. Since he was an entering freshman, the senior has looked forward to graduation. To him, graduation is a sign of his approaching adulthood. It is a sign of his readiness to face the world and its challenges. In the few weeks before commencement, there is a certain excitement in the air. Special days, such as " Senior Bike Day " are alloted to him. Another event, which is sponsored by the Senior Cabinet, is the all school carnival, Panic ' 64. The.excitement is amplified as June arrives and the gap between student and graduate lessens. For the senior, the school year ends a week early. At this time, a graduation practice begins. The Senior Break¬ fast is held as a final farewell to school friends and to high school as well. Then, finally, the big day, the formal end to a wonderful four years, arrives. To some, commencement is a joyous occasion; to others it is sentimental and solemn. To some, grad¬ uation is an end, but to others, it is the beginning to a new life. The once inexperienced freshman has emerged as a poised, confidentgraduate who is ready to challenge the world and its opportunities. Saresta Rosenberg, Leon November, Cheryl Fritz, Stu Spies, and RonCarsongingerly balancegraduation caps on their heads as they practice for oncoming graduation ceremonies. 146 Parents serve the school and the community through such organizations as Booster Club. People Students express curiosity through experimental science. 148 Mr. John Hollberg, a faculty member participating in the donkey basketball game, finds the situation more than he bargained for. People make up the elements of education, leadership, athletics, arts, and occasions. In the school, youth uses these elements but on a restricted level. Homecoming, class elections, and student publications are among the ways students express their goals and ideals. In the city, hut on a larger scale, adults use the same elements to express their ideals and goals. Libraries, courts, and public service projects are elements which build the city. Because the school and city have the same elements, the school is a miniature city. A city beach is a quiet place for a friendly talk. Freshmen, upon entering Niles, are thrown into a maze of winding halls, strange faces, and new rules. They are faced with the idea of be¬ coming accustomed to a much more complex system than before. They find that certain de¬ mands are made on them; they mustelect Student Council representatives, form a Freshman Cabinet, and begin uniting and working together to achieve common goals. This year, along with electing representatives, the freshmen added to the holiday festivities by sending Christmas cards to all the teachers. They had a booth at the all school carnival, " Panic ’64 " , began planning for their junior prom by selling Niles pennants, and concluded the year by having a large spring social affair. By the end of the year the feelings of strange¬ ness and newness had worn off and were re¬ placed by feelings of belonging and importance. Now, being a part of Niles, the freshmen look forward to their future high school years. The freshmen experienced the excitement of their first homecoming by riding in the parade. Freshmen enjoy new experiences Sandra Abbey Trudy Abrams Frank Abt Larry Acker Marcia Ackerman Marjorie Agel Nancy Ahonen Staffen Aker strom John Alexander Terry Alport Marcia Altman Christie Anderson Ronald Anderson Ellen April Art Arenson Sandra Arnstein Martin Aronson Robert Aronson William Aufdenkamp Michael Averbach Seymour Bachman Clara Baldassano Sherry Banks Janice Barbera Linda Barkoo Kenneth Batko Dianne Batzkall Walter Bauer Deborah Bayer Barry Bearak Nicollette Becharas Marlene Becker Bette Beer Robert Bell Susan Bell Donald Benedict Steven Benjamin Richard Berg Diane Bergeron Barry Bergson Nancy Berk Rick Berland Sheldon Berman James Berns Melvin Bernstein Lois Berry Larry Berss Judy Bethmann Marc Bialeck Modelyne Bieber Gary Bills Reva Bilton Howard Bloom Penny Bloom Terrance Bonecke Steven Boren Michael Braus Joey Breen Mark Brenner Martin Brickman Jeffrey Bronn Richard Bronstein Sandra Brookens Bruce Brown Lawrence Brown Linda Brown Renell Brownstein Philip Brushhaber Linda Carlson Celia Carvalho Isabel Carvalho Alan Cassman Eliot Chertack William Christensen Patricia Clarke Cynthia Cohan William Conklin Thomas Conrad Ronna Cook Donna Cooper Jack Cypkin Jayne Cyrog Ellen Daily David Daniels Dolores Davies Gary Davis Laura Davis Diane Delotto Jodi Dish kin Barry Dolins Karen Dorfman Carolyn Dowlin Shari Duboff Barbara Dubrow Catherine Duffin Joel Duhl Jeanne Edelson Lila Egerter Wendy Eimstad Adrienne Eisenberg Eileen Elkin Joyce Ellis Elliot Elrod Gloria Engerman Phillip Bishaf Jerome Bleiman Paula Blonstein Craig Bloom Rena Botner William Boukas Barbara Brahos Jay Brandenburg Gary Brin Sally Brocato Terry Brodsky Irwin Brody Harvey Brown Howard Brown Jeffrey Brown Lawrence Brown Marilyn Burrows Anita Calkins Paul Campana Larry Carlin Patricia Catellier Jane Cech Jimmy Cech Steven Cherin Judith Cohen Lester Cohen Rochelle Cohen Ralph Colianni llene Corman Lee Covitt Carolyn Cox Eileen Cusic Terry Dash Byron Daugherty Dolores Davies Richard Davies Linda Deschler Barbara Deutch Janet Deutch Dean Didech Cynthia Doyen Flora Dragon Judith Dreyfuss Lana Dubin Judith Dunlap Sheila Dworski Helene Earlix Caryn Edelson Arnee Eisenberg Hillard Eisenberg Laurie Eisenberg Barbara Ekman Andrew Epstein Stephen Epstein Merwin Estes Daniel Farkas 153 Beryl Feigen Edwin Feld Joel Feldman Mark Feldman llene Fineberg Ira Fingerman William Fischer Cheri Fisher Howard Forkash Don Foss John Foster Karen Fox Marcia Freedman Sheldon Freisinger Jack Fried Terri Friedlander Marilyn Futterman Renate Gabbey Richard Galen Ellyn Galowich Susan Gats Bruce Gebel Howard Geltner Robin Genndell Elizabeth Girsh Mark Gitkis Diana Glass Michele Glass Barbara Goldberg Michael Goldberg Sue Goldberg Julie Goldman Frances Goodstein Anthony Gordon Gilbert Gordon Susan Gordon Barbara Grain Donald Grayless Thomas Green Robert Green Fred Greenfield Anne Griffin Sandra Groat Jeffrey Gross Theodore Harling Jerome Harris Nan Harris Edward Harrison Charles Hessell Lary Hirsch Cheryl Hoffman Sharon Hoglund Fred Ishizuka Lynda Ivaz Sally Jackson Fred Jacobs Allene Feldman Robert Ficks Roberta Fields Steven Fine Deborah Fisher Richard Fisher Judith Fishman Liane Ford Rhonda Fradkin Susan Francke Arthur Freedman Harley Freedman Myra Friedman Redina Friedman Ross Friedman Stuart Friedman Marilyn Gans David Ganz Howard Garber Jody Garris Janet Genz Richard Gerber Jane Gilmore Marilyn Ginger Marla Glazer Ellen Glenner Henry Goers Barbara Golbin Lynda Goldstein Robert Goldstein Howard Goodman Robert Goodman Arthur Gould Fred Gould Leonard Graff Michael Graham Barry Greenberg Joyce Greenberg Mark Greenberg Edward Greenfield Gilbert Haber Pamela Halperin Richard Hancock Carl Hansen Cheryie Hawkins James Heinsimer Anne Helmers Pamela Henkel Linda Holzman Joseph Howard Barry Isaacson Alan Isenberg Lesley Jacobs Susan Jaffe Georgia Janda Florence Joachim 154 Dr. Harris points out the various facets of high school life to the in¬ coming freshmen class during Freshmen Orientation Day. Paul Joelson Keith Johanson Robert Johnson Betty Josephson Joyce Kaiserman Mark Kaiz Ronald Kales David Kalin Neal Kamin Shelly Kamin Deborah Kaplin Errol Kaplin Lucia Kavanaugh Peggy Kellar Janis Kellman David Kennedy Myrna Kirshenbaum Barry Kite Andra Klein Ralph Klein Iris Kogan David Kohn Helen Kohn Charlene Korn Martha Kraatz Kenneth Krahules Barry Krasney Alan Kraus Elliott Kroger David Kroon Robert Krubiner David Krum Alan Landsberg Lynda Landsman Louis Lang Leslee Langhaus Faith Leaf Linda Ledgerwocrd Richard Lee Richard Lefevre Miriam Joseph Sharon Kabiller Ricki Kagan Eve Kahn Glenn Kalin David Kalish Pamela Kaluzna Marjorie Kamin Jeffrey Kaplan Michael Kaplan Maxine Karras Mark Kassof Jane Kenner Kerry Kessler Richard King Joyce Kirchler Mary Klingbeil Karen Klinke Lewis Klinn Esther Klott Martin Korn Sander Kornblith Susan Kostan Anne Kraatz Sylvia Krauze Dennis Kreft Suzanne Kreger David Kritzler Caryl Kulman Gary Kurc Jeffrey Kurland Ruth Lampert Cora Larson Jeffrey Larson Linda Lascoe Jeffrey Lash Barry Lempert Gary Leven Jeffrey Levens Robert Levin 155 Steven Levin Alan Levin Bonnie Levine Irwin Levine Irving Lewis Ben Liberman Lloyd Lifton Susan Linderman Jack Loewy Harvey Look Howard Lorber Linda Lorence Charles Mages Marc Mandl Jerry March Charles Marcus Jacqueline Marks Patricia Marras Rick Martina Nancy Marx Cynthia Melas David Melcher JilLMeltzer Jill Mendelsohn Barry Miller Joan Miller Judith Miller Nadeen Miller Irwin Mishoulam Victor Mittleberg Adrianne Mittenthal Mitchell Mizock Nancy Morgan Alan Morris Patricia Morrow Bernadette Moses Karen Muskatt Mark Muzid Ralph Myerson Stephan Myerson Maurice Netter Debra Neuberg Sandra Neukirch Susan Neville Sheri Nonberg Robert Norstrom Ellen Novick Marilyn Nusinow Michael Orloff Steven Ornstein John Pahigianis Charlotte Pappas Michael Pearlman Michael Perelman Jacquelen Perlin Susan Perlman Michael Levine Eugene Levinson Louis Levinson Elliot Lewis Lillian Lingel Jeffrey Lipman Gary Lipson Daniel Loewensteiner Stuart Lubin Rachel Lunsik Bradley Lutz Lynne Mack Hilary Marcus Karen Marcus Martin Marcus Karen Margolis Ava Mathews Steven Matlin Michael Mayron Jack Medor Susan Messner Susan Mevorah Bheryl Meyers Ann Miller Richard Miller Sharon Miller Shellie Milner Alana Milstein Donna Mizruchy Michael Molitor James Mo ran Susan Moran Leslie Mosivich Phillip Mosoff Catherine Munzer Sally Murray Lynn Nachman Leslie Nagai Robert Nelson James Ness Barry Newman Thomas Nicholas Ann Nilsson Robert Nissenson Howard Olitsky Edward Olkiewicz Tony O ' Martin Kathleen O ' Neill Nicholas Paugoulatos Pamela Paul Sharyce Pauly Barton Pearl Richard Petrone Lloyd Peurye Arthur Phillips Linn Phillips 4 1 M T Charles Pietkowski Clarissa Plotke Murray Plotkin Steven Plotkin Michael Portman Jerry Potnick James Potter Marita Powell Robert Powell Dale Powers Steven Pozansky Jeffrey Press Eve Price Janet Price Carol Propp Daniel Prousis Linda Rabin Ravin Rand Gregory Randall Marcum Randall Mark Rasenick Susan Rasof Dheena Ratner Betty Reich Linda Reimer Glenn Reiner Rhonda Repman Linda Resselman Laura Ressman Robert Richards Shirley Richardson Michael Riff kind William Rissmann Barry Rittberg Ellen Robins Thomas Robins Richard Roden Lorei Rodkin Alene Roitman Elizabeth Romanek Gina Rose John Rosen Monica Rosen Theodore Rosen Stephan Rosenbaum Michael Rosenberg Ronald Rosenberg Alan Rosenfeld Saul Rosenthal Allan Ross Paul Roston Eugene Rothberg Diane Roth Eileen Roth Norman Roth Barbara Rothenberg Richard Rottenberg Kerry Rothman Linda Rothstein Arlene Rotkin Linda Rubin Rebecca Rubin Judith Rubin Michael Rubin Roberta Rubin Gayle Rubenstein Sherwin Rudman Ross Rumack Joel Rushakoff Paul Sabin Rita Sachnoff Amy Sachsel Victoria Safier Bradley Salter Bruce Saltzberg Albert Samborski Alan Saunders Robert Schabillion Leonard Schaffer Janice Schechter Kathleen Schlauch Thomas Schlesinger Mark Schmidt Carol Schneider Helane Schneider Linda Schoch Larry Schoenburg Daniel Schullman Craig Schuman Eileen Schwartz Barbara Scott Gail Seeskin Charlotte Segal Alan Sieden Brad Seidenberg Kenneth Semrow Arlene Sender Dennis Sernovitz Joseph Serra Daryl Settler Carol Shallcross Gail Shandler Deborah Shane Philip Shane Joel Shapiro Philip Sharrock Karen Shatney Wylie Shavin Judith Sher Gary Shiffman Michele Shuster Judith Siegal 157 Michael Siegal Sandra Siegal Sheryl Siegal Frances Silver Gayle Silverman Jay Silverman Steven Silverman Sandra Silverstone Denise Simon Robert Simon Marlene Singer Sheila Singer Judith Siskin Linda Sjoholom Gary Skaletsky Barry Slotten Gail Smaller David Sneider Jill Sola William Spear Terry Spillman Robert Spiro Christine Spores Dean Stamm Lawrence Starkoff Craig Steadman Rosalie Stearns Thomas Stearns Susan Stegmeyer Alex Stein Betty Stein Cheryl Stein Debra Stein Ronald Stein Therese Steinert Karen Stender Diane Sternfeld Kip Stevely Martha Stevens William Stewart Jon Stiller Richard Stocker Sandra Stolerow Robert Stoller Bonita Stolman Fredarick Stone Kenneth Stone Barbara Strom Susanne Summer David Swanson Jill Switkin Steven Sylvan Gerald Taendler Dorothy Talna Susan Tarantur Diane Teitel Richard Thomas Marilyn Thompson Mary Tiffin Steve Towbin Karen Ullberg Fern Valfer Jeffrey Vender William Vinikour Lynda Von Oppen Ronald Vorona Jennifer Wagner Alexander Wald Gene Waldman Sylvia Warkovsky Robert Warnke Barbara Wartell Randye Wasserman Adrienne Watman Darlene Wauthier Susan Waxburg Lynn Waxier Helen Waxman Laura Webb Thomas Weichmann 158 Freshmen cheer enthusiastically at the first pep rally of the year. Marcia Weil Maureen Wein Karen Weinberg Barbara Weiner Susan Weinstein Alan Weisberg Renee Weisberger Sheila Weissman Janet Werner Judith Wershkoff James White Frederick Wickman David Wolowitz Marc Yanow Lynda Yost Alan Young Rhonda Zolt Marcia Zucker James Weiner Jeff Weiner Linda Weinman Alan Weinstein Judy Weiss Stuart Weiss Randi Weissman Roger Werfelmann Gene Widrevitz Alice Wilke Steven Winer Paula Wolk Linda Zabore Barbara Zarky Alan Zenner Helene Zimmeron Robert Adelman Edward Gilbert Ronald Adelman Ingegerd Gorski David Anderson Irwin Goulding Steve Armstrong Kenneth Haller Sharon Arrigo David Harris Mitchell Bernstein Carol Henrichsen Michael Brook Janis Horne David Cohen Gary Jacobs Barbara Crain Iris Jacobson Joel Edenson Debrah Johnson Martin Engel Stuart Kalmis Stuart Feldman Linda Kesselman Donald Ferris Steven Kite Francyn Filerman Gary Kolodzik Marilee Fischer Stephanie Kontos Trudi Galnick Dorothy Lahna Victoria Geavaras Michael Leibovitz Bruce Gershenzon Joel Levin Michael Linderman Ronald Schuhrke Marc Marcus Earl Shaevitz Lael Mondrowsky Scott Shafer Steven Neiman Stephen Silk Linda Oeschler Edward Smith Gayle Ponto Richard Smith Lee Prince William Smith Judy Procaccio Mark Solock Mirtha Quintanales Joyce Statland Rhonda Rabin Barbara Stein Rhonda Redman Margaret Sykora Rene Roseman Barry Tickes Carolyn Rosen Sharon Toelke Barbara Rubin Paul Weiskopf Stewart Samelson Jack Wolfe Janice Sandrik Henry Zemel Teryl Schmitzer Ross George Schultz Sophomores exhibit enthusiasm The sophomore is an in-between high school student. He is no longer the quivering, uncertain " freshie " nor is he the relaxed, " know-it-all " senior. He is an upper-lower classman. This year ' s " upper-lower classmen " were busy with many extra-curricular activities. One of the initial events of the Sophomore Class was to de¬ corate a car for the Homecoming parade. The sophomores also ran a booth at the all-school carnival and collected class dues, the proceeds of both going toward the sophomore class treas¬ ury. One uniquely sophomore task, the ordering and receiving of class rings, once again sparked the unity of the Sophomore Class. Besides their own class activities, the sopho¬ mores are both leaders and followers; they set examples for the freshmen and follow in the footsteps of the upperclassmen. Sophomore Gary Bairn proudly stands on the winning class " B’float, built by the Class of ' 66. Wayne Abramson Geraldine Ahonen Steve Alleman Michael Alpern Brian Alpert Neal Anstadt Arlene Appelman Robert Arcus Gregory Arenson Susi Arenson Joe Arkin Michelle Aronow Sue Baigelman Dennis Bailen Gary Bairn Howard Bain David Baker Penny Barach Barbara Baren Howard Barnett Jan Barnett Robert Barys Cindy Basile Marilyn Basile Neil Baskin Dennis Bass Rita Bauer William Baumgartner Stefani Bay Katherine Bayer Ellen Beaver Allen Becker Cindi Becker Harlan Becker Michelle Becker Stanley Bedows Corey Beiner James Belcher Tobey Benas Marlene Bennett Judith Benson Gerald Berger Michelle Berger David Bergeron Faith Berk Rhona Berkowitz Ellen Bernat Albert Bernstein Randy Bills Rivian Bilton Ellyce Bittman Donna Blacher Susan Blaine Robert Blitstein Merry Bloch Joel Block Philip Block Richard Block Robert Block Allan Bobren Randel Bodenstein Henry Bofman Benjamin Bolotin Jeffrey Bonner Terri Boyer Allan Brachman Kathleen Brady Bonnie Braiman Carl Brakman Barbara Bravi Esther Brenner Howard Bresnik Gayle Bridge Benita Brod Ava Brody Donna Brown Gary Brown Karen Brown Linda Brown Henry Buch Ira Buch Karen Budnick Diane Burdeen Garry Buzil Rosemarie Cairo Marcia Calkins Patricia Campana Kathleen Capettini Sheldon Caplan Daniel Carabine Mary Carroll Alan Casbarian Edward Chalfie David Channon Sally Charman Barbara Chemers James Cheney Joan Chojnowski Sharon Citron John Clark John Clauson Bruce Clay Daniel Clouser Ronald Coconate Armand Cohen David Cohen Lee Cohen Allen Cohn George Coleman Wesley Colker Loren Comitor Dennis Comin Charles Conklin Bambi Cooper Michael Crane Gail Czerwinski Steve Dadigan Gavin da Rosa Ella David Roger Davidson Linda Davis Mark Davis Deborah Day James deGraffenreid Carmen de la Huerga Hollis Denn Thomas Diamond Cary Dictor Susan Dine Michael Dissen Rosemary Divita Shelley Dobkin Angela Doering Marlene Dolitsky Penny Dolnick Helyn Doner Roz Lynn Dorf Coralie Doyen Helen Dragon Helen Duffin Vicki Dunn Linda Dusz Chris Dziabacinski Ruth Edelman Robert Edwards Gerri Ehrenberg Donna Eisenberg Susan Ekstrom Victor Elias Roy Elkes Robert Elliott Sharyn Elvey Richard Engen Karen Engstrom Maxine Epstein Robert Erdell Monte Evans Richard Ewert James Fassino Anita Fechter Zanita Feigen Jessica Feit Marsha Felzer Bonnie Ferber Barbara Ferguson Patricia Ferri Ronald Ferris Mary Fian Howard Fine Maxine Fine Michael Finger Donald Fink Mark Fisch Richard Fisher Laurel Fishman Kathleen Fix Barbara Forman Joann Frank Jackie Frazin Howard Fried Mark Friedman Robert Friedman Carolyn Friend Carol Fryde Mourene Fuenfer Iris Gagerman Jeffrey Gale James Gallai Darlene Ganas Anthony Capastione Martin Garb Stacie Geller Sheryl Geman Jeffrey Gendelman Joyce Gerarge Michael Gerber Paula Gerowitz Michael Gershberg Richard Gershenzon Vicki Gillio Jerel Gi 1 man Steven Gilman Steven Gilman Ian Gilson Karyn Gitlis Lisa Gittelson Cari Glenn Eileen Glutzer Barbara Goldberg Fran Goldberg Ronald Goldberg Rosyln Goldberg Susan Goldberg Barbara Goldman Barbara Goldstein Donald Goldstein Howard Goldstein Sharon Goodman A Tan Gordon Carol Gordon Joe Gordon Susan Gordon Carol Gore Gayle Gore Even rainy weathercould notdamp- en the spirits of the Sophomore Class as they came to cheer their team. Douglas Gough Mark Gould Ruth Gould Joyce Graf man Mary Graifman Joanne Green Sharon Green Charles Greenberg Judi Greenberg Sheryl Greenberg Alan Greene Linda Greenwald Patrick Griffin William Grist Iris Gross Marshall Grossman Sharon Grossman Katherine Grunow Flora Gryn Kathleen Guerrero Paul Gustafson Andrew Gutter Richard Halperin Paula Hamilton Jay Hammerman Joie Handelman Susan Harastany William Harms Harvey Harris Jean Harris Julie Harris Lynne Harrison Glenn Hartman Elliot Hartstein Carolyn Haselton Inger Haualand Paulette Heche Barry Heckman James Heller Joel Helman Al Henich Judi Henkin Anita Herman David Herman Nancy Herskovitz Tammy Hill Sandra Hirsch Terry Hirsch Linda Hite Marcia Hock Carole Hoffman Melvin Hoffman Rea Hoffman Donna Hofstetter Anita Holmes Ira Holzman Toni Horrigan Steve Horwitz James Howard Daniel Hrab Deborah Huntley Fred Huss Paul Ingersoll Diane Israel James Jacob James Jacobs Jeffrey Jacobs Joel Jacobs Diana Jacobson Marcia Jacobson David Jaet Richard Janis Stuart Jenkins Diana Johnson Greg Johnson Janet Johnson Karen Johnson Kathy Jones Charles Josephson Karen Kabot I n Steven Kodish Donette Kadow Jacqueline Kalins Janis Kalmanson Karen Kammier Michael Kane Laurel Kanlan Marc Kanne Bonnie Kaplan Bruce Kaplan Marc Kaplan Richard Kaplan Vickie Karkomi Miriam Karmel Jeffrey Karol Marlene Kascle Karen Kass Marshall Katz Martin Katz Susan Katz Janis Kaufman Michele Kaufman Ruth Kaufman Karyn Kay Paul Kay Marsha Kearney Linda Keep Mira Kellman Gloria Kemp Dara Kertz Ron Kesselman Dawn King Leonard Klayman Alan Klein Mitchell Klein Ronald Koch Brenda Koenig Marcia Koff Martin Kogan Bonita Kopakin Michael Kotlisky Rose Kovarsky Patricia Kovas Sandra Kray Joel Kreger Michael Kreisman Norman Kreisman Jill Kulwin Ronna Kurtz Barry Kushnir Larry Kushnir Allen Kutchins Shari Lachman Ronald Lake Gary Lampert Gregg Lande Peter Lanners Paul Larsen Steven Larsen Larry Larson Martin Lash Thomas Lassin Carl Lawrenz Walter Lazar Louis Lazare Paul Lazarus Madalyn Lebow John LeComte Larry Ledgerwood Ruth Lee Susan Lee Jan Leifer William Le Monds Franz Lenhardt Jay Leon Steven Leon Norman Leopold Kenneth Lesick Davida Levin Joel Levin Norman Levin Barry Levine Harold Levine Judy Levine Marcia Levine Marcia Levitan Ann Levy Barbara Levy Donna Lewis Richard Liebman Cary Lind Gary Lindley Niles Lipin Adrian Lome Michele London Donald Lubowich Alan Ludmer Richard Lundsberg Wendie Lutren Lee Macaluso William Machacek Barbara Maday Dennis Maki Harlan Malfar Roger Malitz Ross Manna Peggy Marc Judi March Barbara Marcus Richard Marshall Thomas Martish Susan Marx Vadera Masorweh Susan May Mark Mayer Richard Mayfield Steven Mehl Susan Mehlman Harvey Melamed Iris Meltzer Mark Meyers Roberta Meyers Sherry Miller Dale Mills Robert Mullins Ronna Multack Susan Murphy Susan Myerson Linda Nelson Robert Neuman Vera Neumann Daniel Nielsen Karen Nixon John Norberg Lee Nudelman Barry Offenback Miles Paris Steve Pate Iris Paul Jerome Paul Frances Perlman Susan Pestine Toni Pestine Allen Petts Bonnie Pogodin Lisa Polakoff Steve Pojen Richard Polster Roy Pozan Saul Preker John Proft Gregory Rabin Ronald Rapper Susan Rasnick James Rathmann Linda Ratsman Phyllis Remenik Ruth Revzen Renee Reynolds Steven Ricci William Ronan Allan Rosen James Rosen Marion Rosen Michael Rosenwald David Ross Helene Rotfeld Ricky Roth David Mayzel Frances McWilliams Norman Medoff Karl Meerstein Judy Meltzer Susan Mermelstein Dian Merritt Bruce Meyer Larry Miner Rita Mishkin Roger Moore’ Ronald Mossoff Elaine Nachman John Nastos Kay Nastos Kenneth Nelson Linda Nilsson Henry Niman Darlene Nineberg Richard Nitti Paul Oram Robert O ' Roark Gregory Ostrom Larry Pardo Bill Pauss Deborah Pearlman David Pepper Karen Perelgut Kenneth Pierini Anna Pietkowski Zachary Pinas Howard Pitrack Ronald Pontecore Renee Porter Herchel Portman Herbert Potish Harvey Rabin Ronald Rabin Bruce Radzin Stephanie Randall Lori Redlin Robert Reed Jay Reese Daniel Reinwald Sheri Rice Paula Richardson Amy Robinson Lynne Rockowitz Elyse Rosenberg Harriet Rosenbloom Fred Rosenfield Shelli Rosenthal Sally Rottner Michael Rovell Diane Rowe Cliff Rudnick Martin Rukin Dennis Ryan Linda Ryback George Rygielski Michael Sawitz Jeffrey Schacht Scott Schaller Martin Scharaga Charles Scher Lee Schlesinger Diane Schmidt Robert Schmidt Patricia Schoepko Marjorie Schrier Kenneth Schubert John Schultz Ellen Schwartz Joseph Schwartz Mark Schwarz Sherry Schweet Allan Seruya Michael Shaevitz Caroline Shaffer Gayle Shain Michael Sher Iris Sherman Karen Sherman Vivian Sherman Robert Shuman Howard Siegel Robert Siegel Scott Siegel Jill Simon Sheila Singer Linda Sizemore Patricia Skerven Jeffrey Smith Richard Smith Sue Ellen Smith Adele Snedeker Robert Saey Gayle Saletra Jane Salomon David Sasenick Lisa Schatz Susan Schatzman Melvin Schechtman Janis Schectman Michael Schneider Suzanne Schneider Walter Schneider Myra Schneiderman Susan Schultz Wendy Schuman Carol Schwander Charles Schwartz Barry Segal Joel Segal Warren Seigel Verner Senger Richard Shallcross Ellen Shapera Marlene Shapiro William Shea Sandra Shiffman Nancy Shonkwiler Marilyn Shor Joyce Shulman Joanne Siegman Lili Silberstein Vicky Silver Charles Silverman David Skol Linda Skolnik Robert Skolnik Jay Slutzky Gail Solberg Howard Solomon Mark Solomon Anice Sonheim Sophomores, hoping to learn more about microscopic life, work dili¬ gently on their Biology assignment. Linda Sonkin Thomas Sorg Jack Sostrin Carol Spiegel Dale Steinberg Sharyn Steinberg Robert Steinhardt Paul Stender Benjamin Stoken Steven Stoleraw James Struck Kay Strull Robert Sweetow Diane Swenson Marcia Swider Mary Sykora Wendy Teichman Terry Terchin John Tiffin Larry Tincher James Tripp Peter Trobe Fotenie Tselekis Ira Upin James Varallo Anita Vega Peter Vihon Ruth Waldfogel Linda Warren Karen Waysdorf John Weber Steven Weber Barbara Weiner David Weiner Philip Weintraub Judy Weisman Craig Weitzmon Dale Wells Diane Wells Betty Wenger Nancy Wilhelmson Mark Williams William Wiser Linda Witcher Rosalyn Yagoda Bonnie Yelner Lonne Young Steve Ziegler Herbert Spohr Jean Stadelmann Lynn Stein Renee Stein Paula Stern Deborah Stevens Linda Stevens Thomas Stluka Harvey Strunk Edward Sucherman Alan Sutton Susan Swartwout Larry Tannebaum Michele Tannen Deidre Tannenbaum Audrie Tax Mark Tobin Sheldon Tomlinson Nancy Tonelli Joel Trauger David Urman Edward Uzemack Steven Van Kenneth Van Ommering Stephen Walsh Catherine Wanaski Darina Ward Kathleen Ware Warren Weber John Weichmann Frank Weidinger Alan Weiner Sanford Weiss Allen Weissman Frederick Weissman Arlene Weisz Allan Wentink Donald Wichert Stuart Widman Roger Wieska Michael Witkov Anita Wolff Barry Wolpoff Kenneth Wood Steven Zindell Fern Zucker Elissa Zweig NOT PICTURED 166 David Ahrendt Marlene Babetch Kenneth Berg Michael Bryan Sharon Brzny Arden Century Natalie Dudnick Sherwin Epstein Ronald Fedor Joel Feldman Michael Feldman Jeffrey Feltman Sharon Finley Steven Franks Dpwn Gaffen Vernon Golde Joel Gordon James Gumbiner Phillip Gzesh Richard Harrer Zachary Harris Jill Ellen Itkin Charles Karp David Kite Lawrence Klein Arnold Kover Frederick Krisch Keiko Kumano Mark Lazar James Lebrun Darryl Levine Roger Levine Jeffrey Lewis Roger McCarthy Susan Mannheimer Donald Mizock William Nielsen William Owca Arland Pallman Roger Peterson Robert Phillips Mitchell Pierce Bruce Rabin Esperanzo Riveros Toby Rosenberg Marc Schwartz Owen Shirwo Victoria Siwek Deborah Smith Sheryl Solomon Gregory Spain Jeff Spitzer Paula Stein Sharon Stein Stephen Steinberg William Stephens Lawrence Tagrin Michael Tickes Craig Troesch Gary Turk Murla Turner Collett Watts J uniors prepare for the future When a student becomes a junior he assumes the responsibilities of an upperclass¬ man preparing for college or the business world. PS AT and National Merit tests, enriched business courses, and career seminars are available to all. Early in the year the juniors began pro¬ moting the collection of funds for the junior prom. They collected class dues, arranged for the performance of the Chad Mitchell Trio, and had a " marriage booth " at the all¬ school carnival, " Panic ’64 " . The Junior Class has a unique task ahead; not only must the juniors continue planning for their college or business careers, butthey must take on added responsibilities when some of them go on to the new Niles North. Junior Robin Richman prepares for the future by taking one of the many business courses at Niles. Gizella Aboav Wendy Abrams Joan Abt David Adams George Agoranos Linda Akerlund David Andalman Douglas Anderson Wayne Anderson Diane Applin Bonnie Arndt Barbara Atkin Louis Avon Renee Babetch Barbara Babis Roger Baer Howard Bairn Glenn Balas Claudia Balkin Bruce Barnett Edward Barnett Burt Barnow Lawrence Baron Dean Barringer Robert Baumann Darlene Baumgarten Seymour Bearak llene Becker Linda Becker Rita Becker Steve Becker Maris Bell Mark Bell Linda Belue Anita Benjamin Mary Ann Benjamin Arthur Berger Corwyn Berger Ricki Berke Howard Berkman 167 Dennis Berkson Edward Berkson Jo Ann Berman Meryl Bernstein Al Bloomberg Joel Blumberg Freddie Blumenfeld Jacquelyn Blustein John Botner James Boukas Helene Boyer Sherry Boyer Robert Brookens Barb Brown Jill Brown Mary Beth Brown Barbara Cohn Suzi Capitel Linda Capsuto Sue Carlson Robert Cavanaugh John Cech Stuart Chaitkin Marty Chalfie Keith Chrastka George Ciszewski Leslie Clothier Ann Coffell Sherry Cohen Sue Cohen Robert Cohn Ronald Cohn Judee Curtis Deanna Czerniak Donald Czerniak Ellen Door John Davis Mark Davis Sandee Davis Geraldine DeCarl Dan Donile Donna Doruff Bill Douglas William Dowlin Jeannette Duffin Linda Dulkin Robert Dworkin Lawrence Earlix Ellen Eisenberg Linda Elkins Ira Epstein Lynn Epstein Linda Farber Sandra Farber Al Feder Karen Feder Stanley Bernstein Francee Biss Wendy Blackman Kurt Bloom llene Bobren Bonnie Bolnick James Bonow Maureen Boren Andrea Brainin Lynn Brandel Larry Brenner Helen Bricker Glenn Buehlman Ellen Bush Faye Bushier Edward Cabot Howard Carren Diane Carter Carol Casbarian Mary Ann Catellier Barbara Cheney Dale Cherner Neil Chertack Andrea Cheszek Darryl Cohen Eileen Cohen Marcia Cohen Mark Cohen Tom Coleman Cheryl Cooper Caryn Corman Adriane Covitt Dolores Dahm Suzanne Davalle Leon Davidson Glenn Davis Helane Diamond Bertica Diaz Shirlee Diesterheft Janis Dolgin Barry Dragon William Drawbaugh Judy Drell Dennis Dubrow Jim Ebbert Dave Edelman Phyllis Edelman Gary Edid in Jim Esia David Ewing Robert Ezra Bernard Farber Karen Feinstein Glenn Feldman Marsha Feldman Paula Feldman Iris Feldner Joseph Feng Sherry Ferdman Larry Ficks Steve Fields Donald Fisher Reid Flammang Kathy Fleck Michelle Flicht Donna Frank Ira Frank Linda Frank Suzy Freedman Mary Ellen Freeling Barb Friedman Bette Friedman Farrel Friedman Harriet Friedman Lynda Friedman Karl Gabbey Sheldon Gaffen Steve Gail Linda Gale Gordon Galowich Richard Garbo Carlos Garcia Bob Gardiner John Gay Arnold Gelfand Ruthi Gelfand Barbara Geltner Kaye Geman Jeffrey Gent Alan Gerber Mari Gersh Rita Gilbert Steven Gilbert Mark Gilhooley Pe g Gillie Edward Ging r Lorel Glassner Sherry Glazer Howard Glenzer Pete Gobos John Gold Steven Gold Mark Goldberg Joel Goldman Joseph Goldstein Robert Goodfriend Michael Goodman Pat Goodman Wilma Goodman Lynn Gordon Dorothea Graf Jim Graham Linda Grandinette Linda Grant David Greenberg Eileen Greenberg Michael Greene Dan Greeneberg Steve Greenwald Linda Grimson Cynthia Guerrero Greg Gunderson Karen Gustafson Sandra Gustin Sue Hagerty Kunio Hagio Paul Harman Ann Harmening James Harrington Mike Harris Synthia Harris Barbara Harrison Peter Hartleb Steve Haskin Roz Hass Kay Hayes Mark Henner Donna Herwitt Allyson Herzeg Sheila Hibbard Cindy Hill Lynn Hoffberg Diane Hoffman Paul Hoffman Gordon Hoke Barbara Holcombe Ellen Holland Barbara Horvitz John Hulburt Steve Idelman Kenneth Isaacson Richard Ivaz Judy Jacobs Allan Jacobson Leslie Jacobson Geri Janis Mary Janisch Michael Janson Glenn Jarol Craig Johnson Larry Johnson Nancy Johnson Sue Johnson Diane Johnston Chuck Joseph James Julius Dan Jungwirth Glenn Jurek 169 Juniors parade down the street, proudly displaying their float entry for the homecoming parade. Judy Kadison Carol Kaiserman Elayne Kaltman Dan Kammier Janis Kamps Eunice Kantor Bruce Kaplan Gary Kaplan Judy Kaplan Laurie Kaplan Mark Kaplan Rosalyn Kaplan Seymour Karlin Kenneth Karlson Arthur Karol Michael Karp Mike Kassin Debby Katz Jeffrey Katz Larry Katz Richard Kavitt Susan Kearney Robert Keli n Lynn Kellar Barbara Keller Renee Kessel Bertha Kim Francie Kite Sherwin Kite Lynne Kiviluoma Judi Klehr Jeffrey Klein Laura Klein Marc Klein Paul Klein Maureen Kleinman Melvin Klinghoffer Maurice Knaizer Tim Knudsen Robert Koch Janeen Koe Henry Kogan Raya Konrad Thomas Korman Doug Kornelly Barbara Korta Linda Kossof Sandra Kost Joel Koval Sherry Kovin Roberta Krasner Gary Kraus Keith Kreft Dale Kreis Isabel Krupp Patricia LaBolle Dennis Lampert Jeff Lange Julie Lannutti Kris Larson Lynne Laskin Dennis Lauter Judi Lawler Herbert Lawrence Donald Lazaar Joan LeFevre Donna Leff Maureen Leifer Jeanette Leogrande Marc Leon Sydelle Lepoff Albert Letzkus Bill Levin Dale Levin Lorin Levin Stewart Levin Vicki Levin Carole Levinson Kenneth Levitan Gale Levy 170 Myrna Levy Stephen Levy Bobbi Lewin Earl Lichtenstein Jeff Lippert Edward Liss Goeffrey Liss Robert Liss Chuck Lome Marcia Lome Rick Lowy Paula Lubeznik Mark Mailer Leon Manelis David Mann Fred Manna Ron Mason Joseph Massey Dennis Maurizi Thomas McClellan Burton Meyer Jerry Meyerhoff Vince Micari Kathy Michael Mary Miller Nadi ne Miller Sandy Minkus Daryle Moir Cheryl Mueller Jerin Mueller Bruce Myers David Myers Linda Nelson Mel Nemkov Robert Ness Edward N esse I Bill Nigut Joan Nix Ellen Noesen Jack Nortman Susan Ochlberg Ronnis Oh er Sandy Ohlson Les Olefsky Lorraine Ostapowicz Morrene Panitch Carla Pankey Joe Papier Robert Pederson Duane Perkins Linda Pernitz Bill Peterson James Poklop Allen Ponto Benay Port Kenneth Posner Iris Liebenstein Linda Lifton Marsha Lipke Stewart Lipman Steven Lissner Shirley Lodal Dennis Loeser Donald Lofty Paula Lubor Mary Luther Robert Machacek Judy Malis Carol Mantell Sue Marks Georgeann Marshall Eileen Marta Amy Medintz Jerry Meinhardt Leslie Melnick Steve Messner Jim Michonski Andrea Migdow Christina Miller Julye Miller Linda Moir Lois Monhardt Jean Morgan Mark Mosoff Fern Nadler Linda Naftulin Harrese Nelson Kendra Nelson Sharon Neubauer Janis Neumeister Philip Nidetz Marilyn Nieder Denise Notarius Karen Novelli Mike Null Joe Ocrant June O ' Neill Donna Orbach Paul Orlov Joe O ' Roark Michell Paradise Sandy Pardo Marcia Paul Murray Pearlman Louis Petts Sandra Phillips Susan Phillips Fred Poindexter Mary Potter Andrea Powell Helen Powell Linda Powell John Powers Harold Primack Mike Prousis Morton Prytikin Arnold Rabin Larry Rabin Julie Rachelson Nancy Racine Ed Rakowski Cheryl Ramsay Linda Raphael Dale Rasmussen Rexene Rasmussen Gilbert Ravelette Evelyn Reese Bill Reimer Grant Resterhouse Gary Reuter Chuck Reynolds Nancy Rhodes Gregory Rich Doug Richardson Robin Richman. Janet Riffkind Leslie Riggs Mary Riotto Charlene Rivard Richard Rivkin Muriel Roberts Martin Robin Sam Robins Jackie Robinson Howard Romanek Harvey Rose Barbara Rosen Harold Rosen Judy Rosen L inda Rosen Peggy Rosenbaum Audrey Rosenfield Steven Rosenthal Steven Rosenzweig Gary Ross Michell Roston Ronald Roth Ed Rothschild Rod Rothstein Vera Rothstein Gilbert Rotkin Carol Rowe Eileen Rubenstein James Rubin Phil Rubin Steven Rubin Cindy Rubinstein Joel Rubinstein Jean Rudnit Steven Rukin Ken Russell Robert Ruttenberg Janice Sachs Harriet Sachsel Dan Safron Sande Salstone Bonnie Salzman Jerry Samelson Linnea Sanders Diane Sanfillipo Jean Santner Morry Sapoznik Philip Saunders Lenore Savitz Fred Saxonberg Janet Schafer Stuart Schaller John Scharf Richard Schatz Robert Schiewe Stephen Schlesinger Marcy Schnable Barbara Schneider Sharon Schneider Barry Schoeller Diane Schriar Phyllis Schuldiner Bonnie Schultz Howard Schumir Tom Schuttler Sue Schwanke Nancy Schwartz Leone Schwegel Bill Secore Ken Seeskin Glenn Seidon Renee Sells Sue Sernovitz Bernie Settler Charlyn Shachtman Ron Shaffer Robert Shamberg Alan Shane Allen Shapiro Gail Shapiro Linda Shapiro Paul Shapiro Susan Shapiro Donna Shavitz Bonnie Shefsky Harold Shefsky Sheila Sherer Lowell Sherman Arnold Siegel 1 172 Junior Judi Klehr is deep in thought as she contemplates her homework. Don Siegel Linda Siegel Mark Siegel Ron Siegel Mike Silverstein Gary Simon Nadine Simon Naomi Simon Glenn Smith Madeline Smith Nadine Smith Shari Smith Meyer Sokol Jane Sola Glenn Solberg Paul Solomon Andrea Sperling Chris Stahlke Maxine Stam Ken Stann Ken Stein Bob Steinberg Diane Steinberg Carol Steiner Susan Stift Janice Stover Mike Strieker Barb Superfine Caren Tankus Joan Tanner Phyllis Teitelbaum James Thorsen Cheryl Turner Craig Turski Byron Varon Sandra Vedder Marlene Wadler Lance Wallach Ann Waller Richard Wallis Sharon Siegel Sandy Siemsen Marilyn Silton Arthur Silverstein Pamela Simons Linda Singer Lonnie Skora John Smart Patricia Smyth Sheryl Sneider Michael Snider Melody Soell Joanne Sonn Bari Sorosky Donna Spagat Allan Spector Carolyn Stauffer Candy Steadman Pam Steffens Alan Stein Dale Steinert Ralph Stern Stephen Stern Paula Stiber Chuck Suritz Bonnie Sussman Stanley Szarnych Craig Takehara Allen Titlebaum Madeline Touff LeRoy Trillanes Helene Trubakoff Liene Venters Bruce Ventura Ron Vidock Sharyn Von Oppen Gerry Walter Steven Warren Bronna Wasserman Carolynne Waxberg Janet Waxman Robert Webb Stuart Weiner Barbara Weinstein Ron Weisner Julian Weiss Lynn Weiss Steve Weiss Merle West Rebecca Wexler Sharon Whetstone Linda Wichert Linda Wolcott Barry Wolf Linda Wolf Richard Wolf Joanne Wolman Susan Wolters Amelia Wright Merle Young Iris Zamansky Janis Zehner Dave Zeller Carol Zimmerman NOT PICTURED Kathleen Albrecht Lawrence Fabian Marlene Alpert Eva Field Steven Anderson Betty Friedman Adeline Barbera Joel Frishman Marilyn Berger Gregg Gattuso Donald Bloom Robert Girsch Michelle Brody Wayne Goodman David Burdeen Michael Gors Jane Ellen Caile Lila Dee Greaves James Christerson Alvin Greenberg Lois Cowen Steven Grubman Roger Cross Arthur Haller Stephen Dahlquist Dana Heeres George Daily Robert Jannusch Robert Davies Larry Jeffries Steven Deutchman Daniel Kahn Nanci Donelson Marcia Kalfen Scott Duboff Linda Kaplan Alice Dudnick Ronald Kaufman Wayne Edfors Miles Krai Iona Evans Steven Kramer Gale Karen Pulliam Judith Krammer Jim Schlesinger Jeffrey Kray Allen Schultz Charles Lesick Glen Seedorf Barry Levine Faith Seidman Alan Lewis Robert Ship Robert Maki Leonard Shubert Dean Marines Michael Silber Lynn Mehrholz Ronald Simon Richard Meyers Ivan Sizemore Jay Millman Paul Smith Allan Mills Andrew Spores Michael Moran Linda Stocker Warren Muskatt Arthur Strand Richard Palcheck Katherine Svedlund Annette Patoff Richard Trapper Glenn Paul Peter Tselekis Judith Penn Samuel Yanes Michael Pollack Ira Zarov Kenneth Powell Bonnie Zutman Cheri Weinstein Michael Weinstein Anita Weintraub Sheila Weisman Steven Weiss Glen Welchko Donna Welstein Paul Wesche Steven Williams Paul Willner Neil Winstead Howard Wish Steve Wolf Myra Wolff Richard Wolff David Wolfinsohn Joan Youngblood Larry Youngkrantz Alexis Zabore Monica Zaidman Lousi Zivic 174 As the school year draws to a close, the seniors look back upon their last year at Niles. They recall the construction of the senior homecoming float and the many cuts, bruises and sleepless nights that went into " We ' ll Make Mush Out of Them " , the winner of the class " A " division. They remember the homecoming football game and the festivities of the homecoming dance that followed. The sale of senior buttons in return for class dues along with events like the all school carni¬ val, " Panic ’64 " , are also brought to mind. The Senior Class Breakfast and the Picnic as well as the Prom are memories that soon will not be forgotten. Even as the seniors look back at their life at Niles, they look forward to the future. They look forward to college or the business world and to the life that they will lead in the adult world, the life that was preceded by four memorable years at Niles. Tina Kroon, last year ' s Homecoming Queen, crowns this year ' s Queen, Cynthia Garro. s eniors enjoy their last year Thinking about their four memorable years at Niles and of the future years that lie ahead are seniors Leon November and Dale Melcher. MARC ARONIN Cabinet Alt. 1. SSM4. RICHARD ASCHERL Transferred from Lane Technical High School 3. SUSAN BAIR Bronze Honor Pin 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2; Second Place State Science Fair 1; Art Award, Gold Key 3. RONALD BANION Cabinate Alternate I; SSO 3; SSM 4; Musical 1,3, Lead 3; Football 2, Shield 3; Track 2,3, Minor N 2, Major N 3; Cross Country 1; Tennis 1; Wrestling 1; Bar- bershoppers 3; Choir 2,3,4, Silver Music Pin 2;Glee Club I; Chess Club I, Pres 1 . JERRY BAREN Chess Club 1,3,4, Pres. 4; German Club 3; Mock State Constitutional Convention 3; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. VICKI BARR SSO 3,4; SSSH Sec. 4; SSM3;G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 4; Art Council 4; Twirlers 1; Ushers Club 4. DIANNE BAUM Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate l;SSO 2,3,4; SSSH Sec. 3,4; SSM 1,2; ♦Personnel Monitor 1; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Racket Squad 1; Homecoming Float Committee 4; Reflections Revelries 4. PHILLIP BAUM Executive Club 2,3,4. RICHARD BAUM Executive Club 2,3,4. SIDNEY ABELSKI Transferred from Amundsen H.S. I; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; Gymnastics 2,3; Chess Club 4. BRUCE ACKERMAN Transferred from Bowen H.S. 1; District Science Fair Placement I; SSO 2,3; SSSH Chr. 3; SSM Monitor 2; Radio Club 2; French Club 2. JAY ADAIR Student Council 4; Cabinet 3,4; SSO Supervisor 4; SSM Monitor 3, Supervisor 4; German Club 3, Vice Pres. 4; Latin Club 1; International Relations Club 2,3; Co-Chr. of Homecoming 1963, Float Committee 4. GARRY ALHALEL Wrestling 2,4. ALYSE ALLENTUCK Student Council Alternate I; Cabinate 3; SSM 2; Spring Play and Crew 3; G.A.A., Twenty-four Point Award 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Future Nurses 2; Homeroom Vice Pres. 2; Library Asst. 1. BETTY ANDERSON SSO 3,4; SSM 3,4; Musical 3, Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Board I, Twenty-four Point Award 1; Future Nurses 1; Choir 3; Glee Club 1,2,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Racket Squad 1,2; Ski Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Christmas Festival 1,2,3. GORDON ANDERSON, JR. Transferred from Muskegon Senior High School, Muskegon Mich. 2; Student Coun¬ cil 1; SSM 2,3,4; A.V.A. 4; Football 1, Minor N 1; Track I, Minor N 1; Tennis 2.3.4, Minor N 2; Basketball 1, Minor N 1; Fencing 2; Folk Music Club 3,4; Span¬ ish Club 2,4; Student Union Board 4. JEAN ANDERSON AFS Exchange Student 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Cabinate 2,3,4; SSO 2,3, Head Sec. 3; French Club 1,2; Fine Arts Club I. SAM APPLEBAUM SSO 3,4, Supervisor 4; SSSH 3, Officer 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Shield 2, Minor N 3, Major N 3,4; Wrestling 2, Shield 2. WENDY ARBIT Bronze Honor Pin 3; Student Council Alternate 3,4; SSSH Sec. 3; Fall Play 2,4, Student Director 3, Make-up Chairman 4; Reflections Revelries, Student Director 3; Spring Play, Student Director 3;Musical Crew3; Thespians 3,4, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Board 3, Twenty-four Point Award 2; Spanish Club 3; Spotlighters 1,2,3, Pres. 2, Point Treas. 3; Library Aid 2; East-West Intramural Speech Contest, Prose, 4th Place 1; National High School Institute-Northwestern University-Harper Rowe Stagecraft Award 3; Big Sister 3; 50 Point Thespian Award 4; Reflections Revel¬ ries Production Supervisor 4. JOHN ARMSTRONG Bronze Honor Pin 3; Second Place State Science Fair 1; District Science Fair Placement 1; SSO 4; SSSH 4, Chr. 4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2; Baseball 3; Biology Club 1; Hl-Y 3,4. PHILIP ARONICA Cabinate Alternate I; A.V.A. 1,2; Musical 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band 2; Beginning Band I; Gold Music Pin 4. JERRY BERNSTEIN Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate I; SSO 3,4; SSM 3,4; Physics Club 3,4; Second Vice Pres. 3,4; Biology Club 1. STEVE BERNSTEIN Student Council 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Four Year Pin; Cabinet 1; SSO 2,3; SSSH Chr. 2; SSD Supervisor 3; N Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major N 4; Wrestling 2, Minor N 2; Baseball 1, Shield I; Spanish Club 2; Nilehilite Staff 4, Associate Sports Editor 4; Unity Board 4; Hi-Y 1; Niles East Delegate, Youth Council of Skokie 3,4, Treas. 3, Chr. 4. LEILA BESKIN Transferred from Kelly H.S. 3; Bronze Honor Pin 3; SSSH Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Spanish Club 4; Ushers Club 4. CATHEY BILLIAN Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 3,4, Officer 4; SSM 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries 3, Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Fine Arts Club 1; Art Council 2; Spotlighters 1; Pen Pal Club 2; Homecoming Committee 2,3,4, Alumni Committee 4; Student Union Board 4; Pep Club 1. RICHARD BILSON SSM 1; Guidance Monitor 4; N Club 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3; Swim¬ ming 1; Hi-Y 1,2. PAT BIRD Cabinet Representative 1; SSO2,3,4;SSM2,3, Sec.3,4; SSD Chr. 2; Glee Club 1. JACOB BITRAN Transferred from Lane Tech H.S. 2; Student Council 1; SSM 4; Spring Play Crew 3; Technis 3,4; Football 1, Shield 1; Science Seminar 1; Biology Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Gold Honor Certificate 3. LAWRENCE BLACKER LINDA BLESSING SSO 2,3,4, Receptionist 2,3, Period Sec.4; SSSH Sec. 2; SSM 4; G.A.A. I; Golden Galleon 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Homecoming Court 4. BARBARA BECK Musical 1; G.A.A. 1,2; German Club 1; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Glee Club 1,2,3, Five Hundred Point Award; P.S.O. 2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,2,3; Friends Club 4. CHARLENE BECK Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Student Council 3; Cabinet Sec. 4; SSO Receptionest 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2,3; Art Council I; Spotlighters 1; Home¬ room Treas. 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Committee 2,3,4; Homecoming Court3; Alumni Committee 2; Parade Panorama 3; Float Committee 3,4; Reflections Revelries 4; Big Sister 3. PATRICIA BECKER Masque and Gavel 1; French Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2; Spotlighters 2; Library Aid 1; Racket Squad 1,2. PHILIP BECKER District Science Fair Placement 1; Cabinet Alternate I; SSO 3,4, Supervisor 4; SSSH Chr. 3,4; SSM 4, Supervisor 4; Track 1,2,3,4, Minor N 1,2, Major N 3,4; N Club 4; Cross Country 1; Wrestling 1, Shield 1; Track Capt. 3,4. RONALD BECKER Transferred from Tuly High School 2; SSSH Chr. 2; Football 1; Spanish Club. MARILYN BEILIN Student Council Alternate 1; Cabinet 1,3, Alternate 4; SSO Assn ' t Head Clerk 3,4; Spring Play Crew 1; G.A.A. 3,4, Twenty-four Point Award 3; Library Aid 1; Editor of SSO News 4; Student Union Board 4. LINDA BENJAMIN SSM 4; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries 3; Musicale 2; Nilehilite Staff 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Homecoming Committee 3; Reflections Revelries 4. JAMES BENNETT Transferred from Lane Technical High School 3; Beginning Band 3; Orchestra 4; Dance Band 3,4. BARRY BERGER Bronze Honor Pin 3; G old Honor Certificate 1,2,3; Second Place State Science Fair 1; SSSH Chr. 4; SSM2,3,4; Baseball 2,3, Minor N 2; Hi-Y 1; Bowling Team 2. BONNIE BERLIN Student Council Alternate 3,4; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 4; SSM 2; Epic 3; SSO News 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3; Spanish Club 2; Art Council 3; Spotlighters 2; Racket Squad 1. PHYLLIS BERLIN Cabinet 2,3; SSO 4; SSM 4; Fall Play Crew 2,3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3,4; Spring Play 4, Crew 2,3; Thespians 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Future Nurses 1,2; Racket Squad 2. LESLIE BERMAN Transferred from Mather High School 2; French Club 4; Concert Orchestra 2; International Relations Club 4; Pen Pal Club 4; Musical 2. LEONARD BORDEN Cabinet 4; SSO 4; SSSH 4; Cross Country I, Shield 1; Student Action Committee 3,4, Asst. Chr. 4; Intramural Basketball 4. DONNA BOTTUM SSO Sec. 1; Pep Club 1. BARBARA BOUKAS Future Secretaries 4; Racket Squad 1; Typing Lab Monitor 3. DAVE BOYER Cabinet 3, Alternate 1,2, Treas. 4; SSO 4; Track 1, Shield 1; Cross Country 1, Shield I; Russian Club 2,3,4; Biology Lab Asst. 1. SOFIE BOZIN G.A.A. 2,3, Twenty-four Point Award 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2; Glee Club 2,3; Typing Pin 3. PAT BRADY Reflections Revelries 2; Musical 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; GleeClub 1,2,3; P.S.O. 2,3, Sec. 3; Spring Festival 1,2,3; Winter Festival 1,2,3; Music Certificate 3. MARY ANN BRAHOS G.A.A. 3,4; Latin Club 3; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4; Racket Squad 1,4. TOM BRANTLEY SSSH Chr. 2; Cross Country 3; Gymnastics 2; Pen Pal Club 4. GARY BRASLAWSKY Cabinet Alternate 2; SSM 3; Debate Club 1. RICHARD BLOCK Bronze Honor Pin 2; Gold Honor Certificate 1; Second Place State Science Fair Award 2; District Science Fair Placement 1,2; SSM 3,4; N Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Major N 1,2,3,4. LINDA BLOOM National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; District Science Fair Placement 2; Cabinet Sec.-Treas. 2, Alternate 3; Reflections Revelries 3; G.A.A. 1; Golden Galleon 3,4; French Club 3; Math Club 3. SHEILA BLOOM CATHERINE BOBERA National Honor Society 3,4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Golden Galleon 2,3,4, Social Chr. 3, Essay Editor 4; Student Council Alternate 1,2; Cabi¬ net 2,3; Musical 3; G.A.A. 1; Biology Club 1, Sec. 1; Mock State Constitutional Convention 3; Winter Festival 1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Committee 2; French Club 2,3; Choir 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Silver Music Pin 3. MICHAEL BOHM SSO Monitor 1,2; Cross Country Manage 4; Executive Club Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4. EILEEN BOOSALES SSO 3,4; SSM 3; SSSH Chr. 4; Personnel Monitor 2; Musical 2,3; Student Union Board 4; Homecoming Committee 3,4, Chr. 4; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Lora- lie 4; Choir 4; Glee Club 2,3. 178 CAROL CARDIS Personnel Monitor 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-V 3,4; Ushers Club 3,4, Pres. 4. CORRIE CARLINGTON National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Student Council 2,3,4, Outstand¬ ing Service Award 2,3; Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO 3,4, Head Clerk 3,4; SSD 3; Fall Play 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; G.A.A. 1,3, Twenty-four Point Award 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Spotlighters 1; Pep Club 1; Homecoming Committee 3,4, Director 4; SSO News Staff 4; D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 4. PAMELA CARNALL Bronze Honor Pin 3; SSO 3; SSSH 3, Sec. 3; Latin Club 1; Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Ushers Club 4; Spring Festival 3; Christmas Festival 4. PETE CHAGARES A.V.A. 2; French Club 1; Concert Band 2; Intermediate Band 1; Industrial Arts Club 3. MARK CHAITKIN National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Physics Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Art Council 3,4. CAROL CHAPMAN National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Student Council Alternate 2; Cabinet 3, Alternate 2,4; Musical 3; Folk Music Club 3; Golden Galleon 4, So¬ cial Chairman 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3; Fine Arts Club 1; Concert Or¬ chestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band l;Gold Music Pin 4; Inter¬ national Relations Club 3,4; Illinois Music Educators ' District Festival Orchestra, Northwestern University 3. WILLIAM CHAPMAN National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Cabinet 4, Alternate 3; SSM 3; N Club 3,4; Football Manager 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Tennis 1,2, Shield 2; Spotlighters 1; Managers Club 3,4. ROBERTA CHASKIN Musical Crew 2; Steering Group 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; Spotlighters 2; Beginning Band 1; Ushers Club 3,4. UNDACHEZ Bronze Honor Pin 3; SSO 2,3,4, SSSH Sec. 3,4; SSD 2; SSM Monitor 4; Personnel Monitor 3; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1. JUDIBRICKMAN American Legion Oratorical Contest 1; Cabinet2,4, Alternate3; Reflections Revel¬ ries 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 1,3; French Club 2,3; Loralie 3,4; Choir 4; Twirlers 1; Homecoming Court 4. LINDA BRIN District Science Fair Placement I; SSO 3,4; SSD Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Future Secretaries 4. KENT BRODY National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 3; SSO 2,3,4; SSM 2,3,4, Executive Board Head Chr. 4; SSD Head Chr. 4; N Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Football 2,3,4, Major N 3,4; Basketball 3, Minor N 3; Baseball 3,4, Minor N 3; Russian Club 1,2; Homecoming Public Relations Committee 2. BRUCE BROWN Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate 1; First Place State Science Fair Award 1, Second Place Award 2; Beginning Band 1; Science Club I. MARK BROWN Football 1,2, Minor N 2; Wrestling 3. JACKILYNN BRUTZKUS Transferred from Mather H.S. 3; G.A.A. 2,3. JAMES BURGER Transferred from Maine East H.S. 3; Millard Fillmore Society 4. LISA BUTMAN Bronze Honor Pin 3; Cabinet Alternate 4; SSM 4; Personnel Monitor 2; G.A.A. 1; French Club 1,2,3,4; Russian Club 4; Fine Arts Club 2; Art Council 4. SHERRY CABIN SSM 4; Personnel Monitor 2; Reflection Revelries Crew 2; G.A.A. 2; French Club 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2; Library Aid 3; Homecoming Committee 2. JOHN CAILE Transferred from St. George H.S. 3. TERRENCE CAMACHO Swimming 1. BETTY CANTOR Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 2; SSM 4; G.A.A. 3; French Club 4; Ushers Club 4; SSSH Rater 3; Reflections Revelries 4. 179 ueen and Court reign LINDA COLE Transferred from Von Steuben H.S.; Student Council 1,2; Musical 3, Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Ripplettes 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Loralie 3,4; Choir 1,2,4; Girls Glee Club 1,2,3, Officer 1,2,3; Student Conductor 1,2,3; Student Accompianist 1,2,3; Madrigals 1,2; Spring Concert 1,2,3; Winter Festival 2,3; Choral Compe¬ tition 1,2. ROBERTA COMER Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4, One hundred fifty point Award 3; Future Nurses 1; Glee Club 3. LEON COOPERMAN Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Minor N l,2 f Major N 3. SUSAN COREY Student Council 1,2,3; Cabinet Alternate 4, SSO 2,3; Spanish Club 1; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Spotlighters 1; Student Union Board 4; Big Sister 2; Exchange Student to Morton East 3; Homecoming Committee 3. DOMINICK CORONA Transferred from St. George H.S. 2; Executive Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4. JUDY COX Musical 1,3, Crew 2; Student Conductor 3; Choir 4; Glee Club 2,3, Officer 3; Winter Festival 2,3; Spring Festival 1,2,3. JOEL CROHN National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 4; Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certi¬ ficate I; Freshman Cabinet Alternate l;SSM4, Asst. Period Supervisor MICHAEL CROWE Transferred from St. George. JANICE CURRIE Transferred from Round Lake H.S. 4. THOMAS CHOATE Executive Club 3,4, Sec. 4. STANLEY CICHOWSKI Transferred from Steinmetz H.S. 2; SSSH 4, Asst. Chr. 4; A.V.A. 3,4, Sec. 4; N Club 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Chess Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Student Union Board 4. DOUGLAS CLARKE Football 2, Shield 2; Tennis 3,4, Minor N 4; Nilehilite Staff 3,4; Journeyman Award 3; Exchange Editor 4; Millard Fillmore Society 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3,4. DONALD CLAUSER Musical 1,3, Crew 1,2,3; Swimming l,2,3,4, Shield I, Minor N 2,3; Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club I; Silver Music Pin 2. ROBERTA COHAN SSO 3,4; SSSH Sec. 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 2,4; French Club 3; Latin Club 1; Art Council 3,4; Spotlighters 2; Racket Squad 1. BERYL COHEN SSO 2,3,4; SSSH Period Sec. 4; SSD 2; Library Assistant Chairman 3; SSM Monitor 2,4; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3. LARRY COHEN Spanish Club 2,3; Student Action Committee 3. MITCHELL COHEN Fall Play 3,4; Track 2; Tennis 1; Chess Club 1,3,4. RON COHEN Transferred from Amundsen H.S.; Senior Cabinet Alternate 4; SSSH 4, Co- chairman 4, SSM 2,3; Reflections Revelries 4 ; Physics Club 3; Russian Club 2. 180 during homecoming Waiting to be presented to the spectators at the home¬ coming game are the Homecoming Queen and her court. MARTIN DENIS Spanish Club 2,3; Coin and Stamp Club 3; International Relations Club 3,4; APP U.S. History Seminar 3. DAVID DEREX SSO 3,4; SSSH 3, Asst. Supervisor 3; SSD Supervisor 3; SSM 4; Wrestling 1,2. DARYL DEUTCHMAN Student Council 1, Alt. 2; Cabinet Alternate 4; SSO 4; SSSH 4; SSM 2,3; Person¬ nel! Monitor 2; German Club 1,2; Student Union Board 4. DENNIS DICKS Bronze Honor Pin 3; Student Council 4; SSO 2,3; SSSH 3, Chr. 3; SSM 2,3; N Club 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Major N 3,4, Most Valuable Player Award 3; Hi-Y I. MICHAEL DICTOR Transferred from Bowen H.S.; Honor Club 1,2,3; Student Council 2; SSO 4; SSSH 4, Asst. Chr. 4; Latin Club 2. SHIRLEE DIEL Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries 2,3,4, Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical 3; Thespians 4; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 3; Racket Squad 2; Ski Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Ushers Club 4; Drama Workshop 3,4; Christmas Festival 3; Spring Festival 3. JERRY DOLINS Bronze Pin 2; SSO 3,4, Supervisor 4 ; SSSH 3,4, Chr. 4, Asst. Chr. 4; N Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major N 3; Wrestling 1; Fencing 2; Latin Club 1. IRA DONCHIN SSM 3,4. STEVE DORY Fall Play 2,3; Reflections Revelries 3; Spring Play 3; Musical 2,3; Thespians 3,4; Tennis 3 ,4, Master 3,4; Industrial Arts Club 3. THOMAS DADIGAN Silver Honor Pin 3; Gold Honor Certificate 1,2,3,4; SSO 3,4, Supervisor 4; SSSH Chr. 3; SSM Supervisor 4; Personnel Monitor 4; Cross Country 1,2, Shield 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3, Shield 1,2, Minor N 3; Baseball 1,2,3, Shield 1,2, Minor nV JAMES DAUGHERTY Transferred from Baker H.S., Georgia 4; German Club 4. BRUCE DAVID Bronze Honor Pin 2; Cabinet Alternate l;SS03,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; SSM Moni¬ tor 3, Asst. Supervisor 3; Track 3; Wrestling 2,3,4, Minor N 2,3; Library Aid I. DIANE DAVIS Personnel Monitor 3; Musical 2,3,4; Lorelei 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 4; Choir 3; Glee Club 2; Silver Music Pin 3. CHARLOTTE DEEM Transferred from Belpre H.S. Ohio 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Choir 1,3.4. MICHAEL DEL DOTTO 18 1 ALAN ELKIN Cabinet 2; SSO 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Fall Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 2. BRAD ELLISON Bronze Honor Pin 3; Cabinet 3; SSO 1,2,4, SSSH 4, Asst. Chr. 4; SSM 1,2,4; Fall Play Crew 4; Golden Galleon 3,4, Board 3, Publicity Chr. 4; French Club 2,3,4, Entertainment Chr. 4; Reflections Staff 4; Art Council 4; Debate Club 1; Interna¬ tional Relations Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Student Union Board 4; Math Club Co- Pres. 4. EILEEN ELSTER Student Council 1,2,3,4, Four Year Pin,- SSO 3,4; SSM 3,4; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1; French Club 1; Spotlighters 1. SUSAN ELSTER Transferred from Sullivan H.S.; Student Council 1; SSO 3; SSSH 3, Asst. Chr. 3; Spanish Club 2, Representative 2. MARSHA ENGERMAN Bronze Honor Pin 2; Cabinet Alternate 3,4; Reflections Revelries 3; French Club 4; Teachers of Tomorrow I; Glee Club I; Ushers Club 2,3. LENI EPSTEIN Cabinet Alternate 2; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH Sec. 3,4, SSM 2,3,4, Rater 2,4; Personnel Monitor 1; Pep Club 1; Reflections Revelries 4. RONALD ERICKSON Band 1,2; Ski Club 3. HOWARD ERLICH Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSM 4; Latin Club I. CAROL ESTRIN Transferred from Woodward H.S., Cincinnati, Ohio 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Spanish Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Reflections Staff 3,4, Star Award 3, Education Editor 4; Art Council 4. KAREN DREFFEIN Musical Crew 1,2,3,4, Co-chr. 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Future Nurses 1,2; Glee Club, Sec. 3; Silver Music Pin 3; Ski Club 3,4; Pep Club 2; Homecoming Com¬ mittee 4, Floats Co-chr. 4; Reflections Revelries 4. SHEILA DRIBIN Bronze Honor Pin 2; District Science Fair 1; Cabinet Alternate I; SSO 2,3; SSM 2; Epic Board 3; Fall Play Crew 2,3; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 2,3; Musical 1, Crew 1,3; French Club 2,3; Reflections Staff 4; Fine Arts Club 1,2,3, Board 1; Art Council 2,3,4, Treas. 3,4; Spotlighters 1; Glee Club 1; Christmas Festival I; Spring Concert I; Library Aid2,3; G.A.A. I; Illinois Council for Special Education 3; Scholastic Arts Competition 4; Homecoming Committee 2.3.4, Art Committee Co-Chr. 3. RONALD DROZOZIK Transferred from Notre Dame H.S.; Musical 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4, Concert Master 4, Student Conductor 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3. PAT DRUCKER Silver Honor Pin 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow I. LEWIS EDELSON Transferred from Morgan Park; SSSH 4; Musical 3; Swimming I; Folk Music Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Spotlighters 3,4; Choir 1,2,3. BRENDA EGIEL Cabinet 1,2; SSO 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Spring Play 3, Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Ger man Club 1. DIANE EHRENSAFT National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Cabinet 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 2; SSO 4; SSSH 4, Sec. 4; Personnel Monitor 2,3; Musical 2; Science Seminar 4; French Club 1,2,4; Art Council 4; Ushers Club 3; Student Union Board 4; Home¬ coming Committee 3; Reflections Revelries 4. JUDITH EIMSTAD Silver Honor Pin 3; Student Council Alternate 1; SSSH 4; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Thespians 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Latin Club 1,2,3, Sec. 1, Pres. 3; Illinois State Latin Contest 1,2. ELLEN EISEN Transferred from Bowen H.S.; Student Council Alternate 1; Fall Play Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4; Debate Club 3; Honor Club 2,3; Teachers Aid 1,2,3; Bookhouse Sales 1,2,3. PHYLLIS EISEN SSO 4, Sec. 4; SSSH 4; Glee Club 1; Library Aid 3. SANDRA EISENBERG Cabinet Alternate 2; SSSH Sec. 3,4; SSM 2; Personnel Monitor 3; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Reflections Staff 4; Reflections Revelries 4. MIKE ELBAUM Transferred from Roosevelt H.S.; A.V.A. 3; Tennis 2. 182 TERRI EZRATTY Transferred from Von Steuben H.S.; SSD 2; SSM3; Personnel Monitor 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. JAN FEIL Musical 1; Future Nurses 1; Choir 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Silver Music Pin 4; Ski Club 3. LYLE FEINERMAN Transferred from Sullivan H.S.; Student Council 2, Alternate 1; SSSH 4, Asst. Chr. 4; Baseball 3; Local Honor Society 1. AVA FELDMAN Transferred from Austin H.S. 1; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; Spotlighters 2; Choir 1; Racket Squad I; Ushers Club 3; Steering Group 2; Junior Red Cross 1. HELEN FELDMAN Transferred from Good Counsel H.S.; Personnel Monitor 2; G.A.A. 2. TED FELDMAN SSD 1,2; German Club 1. BARBARA FISHER Blue Honor Certificate 1; Student Council Alternate 1,2; Cabinet 3,4, Sec. 3, Alt. 2; SSO 4; Fall Play Crew 1; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Musical 2,3,4, Minor Lead 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Loralie 3,4; Choir 3,4; Glee Club 1,2, Gold Music Pin 4, Pep Club 1; Homecoming Committee 2,3,4, Chr. Game Presentations 3,4; Steer¬ ing Crew 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Racket Squad 1; Student Union Board 4. MARCIA FISHER Blue Honor Certificate 1; Cabinet 4; SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Sec. 3; SSM 3; Reflec¬ tions Revelries 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Racket Squad I; Homeroom Float Com¬ mittee Treas. 2. FRED FISHMAN SSO 3,4; Track 2, Shield 2; Baseball 2,3,4, Major N 3; N Club 4; Band 1,2. PAM FISHMAN SSSH Sec. 3; SSM 2,3; Fall Play Crew 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2, Twenty-four Point Award 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Fine Arts Club 1; Art Council 2,4; Racket Squad 2; Ushers Club. BARBARA FOGEL Student Council Alternate 3; Cabinet 1,2; SSO 2,3,4; SSD Head Sec. 3,4; SSSH Sec. 2,3; SSM 2; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Honor Board 2; Student Union Board 4; SSO Receptionist 2; SSO Period Sec. 4. RICHARD FORD Transferred from Druid Hills H.S., Atlanta, Georgia; National Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 4; Chess Club 4, Asst. Sec. 4. DENNIS FORMAN Bronze Honor Pin 4; SSO Chr. 4; SSSH Chr. 4; SSM Monitor 2; Indoor Track 2; Wrestling 2. KAREN FRANDZEL National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 4; Gold Honor Certificate I; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; Musical 3; G.A.A. 1; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band 1; Silver Music Pin 3; Pen Pal Club Treas. 3, Pres. 4. RICHARD FRANKLIN SSH Chr. 2, Asst. Chr. 4; SSM2,3;Reflections Revelries 2; Student Code of Ethics Committee 2; Student Union Board 4; Track I, Shield 1; Spotlighters 1. RICHARD FELT Transferred from Senn H.S.; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Reflections Yearbook Staff 3,4, Journeyman Award 3, Editor 4; Intramural Basketball 4. JANIS FERBER Cabinet Alternate 3,4; SSSH 3; SSM 2,3; French Club I; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Art Council 4. LOUISE FERDMAN National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Pin 3; Student Council 1; Golden Galleon 3,4; French Club 2,3, Vice Pres. 2; Fine Arts Club 1,2, Vice Pres. 2; Spotlighters 2,3. RONALD FERDINANDEZ-ROJO National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Cabinet 2,3, Pres. 3; SSO 2; A.V.A. 3; Reflections Rev elries 2; N Club 2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major N 2,4; Planning Board 3; Student Action Committee 3, Chr 3 RONALD FIELDS Student Council I; Cabinet Alternate 1; SSM 2; Basketball 1; Physics Club 3- Latin Club 1,2. MARILYN FINKL SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Sec. 3, Chr. 4; SSM 3; G.A.A. 3, Twenty-four Point Award 3; Spanish Club 3; Student Union Board 4. 183 Signing in for a gala evening at the homecoming dance are Carol Cardis and Mark Lieberman. HAROLD GANZ SSO Monitor 4; SSD 3; Tennis 1; Swimming 1. CYNTHIA GARRO Student Council 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Outstanding Service Award 3; SSO 2,3,4, Monitor 2; SSSH Asst. Head Sec. 3; Period Sec. 4; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Spring Musi¬ cal 2; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Spanish Club 1; Racket Squad 1; Homecoming Committee Chr. 3; Homecoming Queen 4. JUDY GARRO Cabinet 1,2,3,4, Alternate 2,3; Personnel Monitor 3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4, Chr. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 2; Lorelei 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Historian 3,4; Glee Club 1; Gold Music Pin 3; Ski Club 3; Pep Club 1; Student Union Board 4; Musical Steering Group 2,3; Homecoming Committee 4. RON GENI Football 1; Swimming 1; Latin Club 1,2. STEVEN GERBER SSO 2,4; SSSH Chr. 4; SSM 2,4; Personnel Monitor 1; A.V.A. 2,3. I LANA GERSTEIN District Science Fair Placement 1; SSO 2; Personnel Monitor 2,3; Fall Play Crew Property Chr. 2, Production Supervisor 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; Spring Play Crew Production Supervisor 3; Musical Crew 1,2,3; Thespians 3,4, Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; Spotlighters 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Libra ry Aid 1,2,3. ROBERT GEVIRTZ National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; SSO 3,4; SSM Supervisor 4, SSSH Chr. 3; SSD Supervisor 3; N Club 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4. DENNIS GIBRICK SSO 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major N 3,4; N Club 3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Gold Music Pin 4; Wrestling 2, Major N 3,4; A.V.A. 1; Musical Crew 2. DARLENE GINSBERG SSM 4; French Club 1; Pep Club 1. TAMARA FREEMAN Transferred from Inglewood, California; National Honor Society 2,3; Future Secretaries 3. LEONARD FRETZIN Bronze Honor Pin 3; Musical 3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Student Conductor 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band I; Silver Music Pin 3; Debate Club 1; Stage Band 3,4. VICTORIA FRIEDMAN Transferred from U.S. Grant H.S., Van Nuys, California; Personnel Monitor 3; Student Accounting Office Monitor 3,4; FolkMusic Club 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Future Secretaries 4. CHERYL FRITZ National Honor Society 3,4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate I; Per¬ sonnel Monitor 3,4; Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries 3; G.A.A. 2,3; French Club 1,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2; Spotlighters 1,2; National Merit Letter of Com¬ mendation 4. STUART GALESBURG SSM I, Monitor 2,3. PAUL GALLIS Student Council 2,3,4, Outstanding Service Award 2,3; SSO 2; SSSH Chr. 2; Reflections Revelries 2; Musical 2,3; Football Manager 2,3,4, Minor N 2,3; Track 1,2, Shield I; Choir 3, Pres. 4; Managers Club 3,4; Homecoming Committee 3,4, Head Treas. 3, Co-Chr. 4; Winter Festival 3,4; Spring Festival 3; Football Mana¬ ger 4; Major N 4; N Club 4. 184 SANDRA GOLDSTEIN Personal Monitor 2,4; A.V.A. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; French Club 1; Library Aid 1, Officer 1; Foreign Language Club 1; Pep Club 1; Fall Play Crew 4. MYRA GOLOB District Science Fair Placement I; SSSH 3, Sec. 3; SSM 3,4; Personal Monitor 2; Fall Play Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1; Student Union Board 4. KOREENE GOODFRIEND SSO 2,3; SSM 2,3; Spotlighters 1; Ushers Club 2,3,4. BARBARA GOODMAN Cabinet 1; SSO 4; Personal Monitor 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; G.A.A. 1; G.A.A. Board 2, Twenty-four Point Award 1; Glee Club 1,2; Ushers Club 3,4; Homecoming Committee 4; Student Union Board 4. BRUCE GOODMAN Musical 2; Barbershoppers 3; Choir 2,3; Glee Club 1; Silver Music Pin 2. STEVEN GOODMAN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. HELEN GRAIFMAN Personal Monitor 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1. RICHARD GRANT A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Fall Play 4; Spring Play 3; Musical 1 ,2,3, Lead 3; Musical Crew I; Spanish Club 2,3, Vice Pres. 3; Barbershoppers 1; Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Silver Music Pin 2. JOEL GREENBERG SSO 3, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 4; Spanish Club 2; Executive Club 4; Wrestling 2. ALAN GITLIS National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; SSO 3,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4; Swimming 1,2, Minor N 1,2; Golden Galleon 3,4. RITA GITTELSON SSO 2,3; SSM 4; G.A.A. 2,3. ROBERT GLASS Musical 1,2,3,4; Musical Crew 2; German Club 2; Barbershoppers 3; Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Stiver Music Pin 2; Chess Club 1. NANCY GOERS Transferred from Tuley H.S. 3; Personnel Monitor 2; Fall Play 3; Spring Play 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Office Asst. I. RENEE GOLAND SSO 3; French Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1. PAM GOLDBERG G.A.A. 1; Russian Club 1,2. SANDRA GOLDBERG Cabinet 2,3, Alternate 3; SSO 2,3; Personnel Monitor 2; Spotlighters 1. STANLEY GOLDFARB National Honor Society 3; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Gold Honor Certificate 2; Student Council Alternate 4; SSO 3,4; SSSH 4; SSD 3; Ten¬ nis 1,2,3, Minor N 2,3; Russian Club 2,3,4. KENNETH GOLDMAN A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 1; German Club 1; Math Club 3. RONALD GOLDSMITH SSO 3, Asst. Chr. 3; Spanish Club 4. ALLAN GOLDSTEIN Silver Honor Pin 3; Cabinet Alternate 2; SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Chr. 4; SSM 3; Gymnastics 2,3, Shield 3; Physics Club 3; Spanish Club 2. HARRIETTE GOLDSTEIN Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSM 4; Reflections Revelries Lead 3; Spring Play 1; Musical 2,3; French Club 1; Lorelei 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee 1; Gold Music Pin 3; Library Aid 4; Laboratory Asst. 2,3; National High School Institute Music Division 3; Winter Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,4. 185 Twilight Pep Rally DALE HARDT SSM 3,4; N Club 2,3,4;Gymnastics 1,2,3,4,MinorN 1, Major N 2,3,4, Captain 4 ALAN HARRIS SSO 3,4; SSSH 4; SSM 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Concert Band 1; N Club 4. JANET HARRIS Silver Honor Pin 3; Gold Honor Certificate I; SSO 2,3,4; Personal Monitor 2; SSSH 3, Asst. Head Sec. 3; Office Receptionist 4; G.A.A. 1,2, Board 2, Twenty- four Point Award I; German Club 1; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Reflections Staff 3,4; Homecoming Committee 4, Sec. 4; Student Union Board 4, Sec. 4; Reflections Revelries 4. SPENCER GREENE Tennis 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2. RHONDA GROSS Personal Monitor 1; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2,3,4; Language Laboratory Asst. 3,4. STEVEN GROSS A.V.A. 4; Personal Service Monitor; Fall Play 4, Asst. Stage Manager 4; Reflec¬ tions Revelries Crew 2,3; Musical Crew 3; Thespian 3,4, 10 Point Award 3; Technis 3,4; Student Union Board 4. SANDRA GROSSMAN SSM 3; French Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; Foreign Language Club I WILLIAM GULAR SSM I; German Club 1; International Relations Club I CAROLE GULLON SSO 2,3; SSM 2,3; Personal Monitor 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2, G.A.A. Board 2; Glee Club 3; PSO 2,3, Sec. 2, Treas. 3; Library Aid I. BETTE GUSTAVSON Blue Honor Certificate I; Cabinet Alternate I; SSO 2,4, Asst. Head Sec. 4; SSM 2; Fall Play 4; G.A.A. 1,2, Twenty-four Point Award; German Club 1, Sec 1- Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Reflections Staff 4; Racket Squad I; Ski Club 3; Student Union Board 4. BERT HALL Student Council Alternate 1,2,3,4; Cabinet 4 ; Prom Decorations 3; SSO 2 3 4- SSM 2,3; SSSH 4, Chr. 4 ; N Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Shield I Minor nV Major N 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4- Minor N 1,2, Major N 3,4; Hi-Y 1; Homecoming Committee 3 4 MARIANNE HANSEN SSO 3,4, Sec. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Glee 2,3; Musical 2; Latin Club I; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Racket Squad I. MICHELE HARRISON KATHERINE HASELTON Transferred from York Community H.S.; National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 2; Musical 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleader 3,4; Latin Club 2; Lorelei 2,3; Concert Band 2,3; Library Aid 2,3; Choir 3,4, Accompanist 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Silver Music Pin 3; Pep Club 1. MELVIN HASKELL Golden Galleon 2,3,4, Underclassman Service Award 3, Officer 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Bronze Honor Pin 4; Personal Moni¬ tor 2,3,4; Fall Play Crew 2,3,4; Musical Crew 2,3, Asst. Stage Manager 3; Thes¬ pians 3,4, 10 Point Award 3, Minor N 3; Technis 3,4, Master 3,4; Silver Clipper 1. STEPHEN HAYMAN SSM 2,3,4; Football 1, Shield I, Minor N 4; Wrestling 2,3,4, Minor N 2.3- Base¬ ball 2, Shield 2. MELODY HECHE Cabinet 3; SSSH 3,4; SSM 2; Reflections Revelries 2; Spring Play 3; Musical Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Future Nurses 4; Glee Club 3,4; PSO 2 Pres 2 DAVID HEERES SSM 4; SSSH 2,3; Intermediate Band 1; Hi-Y 2. 186 RENEE HEFTER SSM 3; Personal Monitor 2,3; Reflections Revelries 2; Glee Club I. ROBERT HELLER SSO 2,3,4; N Club 3,4; Football 2; Track 1; Wrestling 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4. CINDY HELT SSD 2; Personal Monitor 2; Racket Squad 1. LESLIE HENKEL G.A.A. 1; Art Council 4; Pep Club 4. ROBERT HERBSTER Cabinet Alternate 4; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1; Glee Club 1. LYNN HERLING SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 3,4, Asst. Chr. 3, Sec. 4; SSD 3, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM Monitor 2; Personnel Monitor SAO 2; Fall Play Crew 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3. LOIS HERMAN G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1. PATRICIA HERTER SSO 4; Fall Play Crew 2; Musical 1; Chorus Certificate 3; May Festival 1,2,3,4; Winter Festival 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Art Council 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Racket Squad 1,2; Ski Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Chorus Silver Pin 4; Reflections Revel¬ ries 4; Personnel Monitor 2. AILEEN HIRSCH SSM 3,4; SSSH Study Hall Monitor 3; Fall Play 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4, Chr. 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; German Club 1,2,3; Art Council 1; Spotlighters 1,2; Ushers Club 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Foreign Language Club 1; Thespians 4. KENNETH HITE Student Council 2, Alternate 1. RONALD HOFFBERG Transferred from Lane Technical H.S. 3; Personnel Monitor 4; A.V.A. 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Stage Manager 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4, Stage Manager 4; Spring Play Crew 3,4, Lighting Chr. 4; Musical Crew 3,4, Lighting Chr. 4; Thes¬ pians 3,4, Thirty Point Award 4; Technis 3,4, Apprentice 3, Master 3,4; Orchesis Recital Crew 3,4; Student Union Board 4; Christmas Music Festival 3,4; Spring Music Festival 3,4; Public Address Operator 4. Operator 4. DENNIS HOFFMAN SSO 2,3; SSM 2,3; Personnel Monitor 3; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Begin¬ ning Band I; Executive Club 4; International Relations Club 1; Language Lab Asst. 3. HARVEY HOFFMAN Transferred from John Burroughs H.S., California; SSM 1; Wrestling 2,3. LONNY HOFFMAN Football Manager 3; Wrestling 2; Baseball Manager 2. JANET HOLTER Student Counci Alternate 1; Senior Cabinet Alternate 4; SSM 4; Latin Club 1; Racket Squad 1. 187 MARC JACOBS Musical 2; Swimming 1,2, Shield 2; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4- Beginning Band 1; Silver Music Pin 1. PAUL JACOBS French Club 2,3; Debate Club 2; International Relations Club 2,3; Chess Club 4; United States History Seminar 3. RONALD JACOBS RENEE JACOVER Cabinet 1,2; Cabinet Alternate 3,4; SSO 2,3,4, Asst. Chr. 2, Monitor 2,3, Sec. 3, Receptionist 4; Fall Play 3; Fall Play Crew 1; Spring Play Crew 2; Reflections Revelries 3; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 1,2; Pep Club I PAMJAFFE Bronze Honor Pin 4 ; SSO 3,4; SSSH Sec. 3; SSM 4; Personnel Monitor 2; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 3,4; Spotlighters 1; Racket Squad 1,2; Homeroom Float Commit¬ tee Chr. 2. ALVIN JENNER Swimming I; Industrial Arts Club 2. JANET JOHNSON Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; Silver Clipper 1; Spot- lighters 1,2. MARILYN JOHNSON Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate 1; District Science Fair Placement 1; G.A.A. 1,2, Board 2, Twenty-four Point Award I; French Club 2,4; Reflections Staff 4; Racket Squad 1; Sec. of Epic 3; French Seminar 4; Social Studies Depart¬ ment Sec. 4. DARYL JONAS SSM 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Twirlers 1; Ushers Club 4. JUDITH HOLZWARTH SSO Sec. 4; Reflections Revelries Lead 2,3; Musical 1,2; Orchesis 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Drum Majorette 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Racket Squad 1 2 MICHAEL HOOLE Transferred from Mather H.S. CHARLES HORN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S.; SSM 3; A.V.A. 3; Spanish Club 4; PSO 4. MARK HORNE Transferred from Wisconsin 3; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Musical Crew 3. ROBERT HORVITZ National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Gold Honor Certi¬ ficate 1; Outstanding Award, Illinois State Science Fair I; Student Council 2, Al¬ ternate 3,4; SSO Monitor 3; Tennis 1,2, Manager 1, Shield 1,2; Science Seminar 2,3; Physics Club 3; Biology Club I; German Club 2; Nilehilite 3,4, Asst. Editor- in-chief 3; Journeyman Award 3; English Seminar 4; IBM Seminar 4; Alternate for " It ' s Academic " television program 4. PATRICIA HOULIHAN WAYNE HUTTER N Club 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3, Shield 1, Major N 2 3 JEFFREY HYMAN SSO 2,3,4, Supervisor 4; SSSH 4; SSM 2,3; Track 1, Shield I; Spanish Club 2 JANICE IMBER Transferred from Regina H.S. 2; Spanish Club3;Future Nurses Club 3 4- Twirlers 2; Ushers Club 2. JEFFREY ISEL Student Council I; SSO 2,3, Supervisor 3; N Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3, Shield 1, Major N 3, Minor N 2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Minor N I, Major N 234 MERLE JACOB National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4 ; Gold Honor Pin 3; Quill and Scroll Society 3,4; SSO 3,4; SSSH 2; SSD 3, Chr. 3; Personnel Monitor 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3 - Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 1,2,3; Thespians 3, Minor N 3; Student Union Board 4, Refreshments Chr. 4; Homecoming Committee 2,3,4; Make-up Crew Director for Fall and Musical Plays; Reflections Revelries 3; Golden Galleon Guild 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2,3, Vice Pres.3; Nilehilite Staff 4; Reflections Staff 2,3,4, Most Outstanding Staff Member 2, Editor 2,3, Co-editor-in-chief 4; Fine Arts Club I; Glee Club 1. BONNIE JACOBS Transferred from Evanston Township H.S.; Outstanding Service Award 1; SSM 3- SSSH 4. 188 FRANCINEKATZ Student Council 1; Cabinet 4; Alternate 4; SSO 2,3,4, Asst. Head Sec. 3,4; SSSH 2, Sec. 2, Asst. Chr. 2; SSM 2,3; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 1,2; Spotlighters 1; Racket Squad 1. ALLAN KAUFMAN SSO 2,3,4; SSM 4, Supervisor 4; SSSH 4; Swimming 1,2,3, Minor N 2; School Mascot 4; Golf 2; Band 1. RHONDA KAUFMAN Teachers of Tomorrow 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Twenty-four Point Award 2; Debate Club 3. RITA KAVANAUGH Student Council Alternate 1,2; SSO 3;SSM4;Fall Play Crew 1; Reflections Revel¬ ries 2,4; Spring Play Crew 1; Musical 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3, Twenty-four Point Award 2; Orchesis 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Choir 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Silver Music Pin 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Pres. 3; Pep Club 1,2; Christmas and Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Committee 3. MYRA KAY Cabinet 3,4; Alternate 1; SSO 3,4, Chr. 3, Receptionist 4; G.A.A. 1; French Club 2; Ski Club 3. ELLEN KEER RUTH KIRMAN Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 2; French Club 1; Teachers of Tomorrow 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Art Council 3; Library Aid 3. BARBARA KIRSHNER G.A.A. 1; Silver Clipper 1; French Club 1,2. GEORGE KITE Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 2; Fencing 3. WESLEY JONES Student Council 3,4, Cabinet Alternate 2; SSO 2,3; SSM 2; SSSH Chr. 3; N Club 3,4; Basketball Mgr. 1,2,3, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3; German Club 1,2,3; Managers Club 3. NANCY JOSLYN Cabinet 3; Alternate 1; SSM 2; Fall Play Crew 3, Costume Director 3; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4, Lead 3, Crew 1,2; Thespians 3,4, Special Activities Chr. 4, Minor N 3; Science Seminar 2; Lorelei 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Student Conductor 4; Choir 2,3,4, Vice Pres.3, Sec. 4, Student Conductor 3,4, Gold Award 2; Glee Club I; Winter Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1; Homecoming Committee 3, Alumni Chr. 3, Buttons Chr. 4; Stu¬ dent Union Board 4. HARVEY KALUZNA Cabinet Alternate 2; SSO 3,4; SSSH 4, Chr.; SSM 3; Baseball 2, Shield 2; Latin Club 2,3,4. PAULETTE KALVER First Place State Science Fair Award I; Student Council Alternate 1; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 3,4; SSM 2,4; Fall Play 2, Lead 2; Reflections Revelries 2,3; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Cheerleader 1; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Future Secretaries 1; Glee Club 1; Ski Club 3; Ushers Club 3. RICHARD KAMINSKY Transferred from Roosevelt H.S.; A.V.A. 3. SAM KANDEL Transferred from Prosser Vocational School. MARK KANN Silver Pin 4; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH Chr. 3,4; SSM 2; N Club 3,4; Track 2; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Major N 3,4. JOYCE KANOFSKY HAROLD KAPLAN Bronze Honor Pin 2; Student Council Alternate I; Cabinet 2,3,4, Alternate 2; SSO 2,4; SSM 2; SSSH 4, Chr. 4, Period Supervisor 4; Fencing 2; Radio Club 2, Sec.-Treas. 2; Nilehilite Staff 2; Debate Club 1, RONALD KARZEN Cabinet 1,2,3,4; SSO 3, Chr. 3; SSM 4, Supervisor 4; Football 1, Shield 1; Cross Country 2,3, Major N 3; N Club 3,4; Student Union Board 4, Pres. 4; Track 1, Shield 1. LYNN KASELOW SSO 2,3,4; SSD 2, Asst. Chr. 2; SSM 2, Monitor 2; SSO 3,4, Receptionist 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Spanish Club 1,3,4; Union Board 4; lllini Girls State Award 3. RHONDA KASIK SSO 3, Monitor 3; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3; French Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 4; Art Council 4; Spotlighters 1,2,3. 189 JOHN KOLSTEDT Baseball 2. LINDA KONITZ Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Fine Arts Club 2. BARBARA KOPPELMETER Cabinet 2; Personnel Monitor 2,3. SUZANNE KITE Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Fine Arts Club I; Art Council 1,2,4; Racket Squad 1,2; Scholastic Arts 1,3,4. BARRY KLAYMAN Cabinet 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; SSM 2; Wrestling 2; Baseball I. DAVID KLEHR Blue Honor Certificate 1; Cabinet 4; SSO 3,4; SSSH 4, Asst. Chr. 4, Chr. 4; SSM 3, Monitor 3; Latin Club 1; H.R. Pres. 4; Homecoming Committee 4, Chr. of Decorations 4. BETTY LOU KLING G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Racket Squad 1; Ushers Club 4. LINDA KLINKE SSM 3; Personnel Monitor 3,4; Musical Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2, Twenty-four Point Award 1; Spanish Club 2; Lorelei 3,4, Pres. 4 ; Choir 4; Racket Squad 1 BARBARA KLOTZ Transferred from Crystal Lake Community H.S.; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Student Council Alternate 4; SSO 3,4, Asst. Head Sec. 3; SSM 4; Thespians 3,4; Science Seminar 4; Art Council 4; Stu¬ dent Union Board 4; Homecoming Committee 4. THEODORE KOSSOF SSM 2,3;Football 1,2,3,4,Major N 1; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major N 1; Spotlighters I. MARY JANE KOVARSKY Cabinet Alternate 3,4; SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Sec. 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 1,2; Teacher of Tomorrow 1; Racket Squad 1,2. ELIZABETH KRAMER Silver Honor Pin 4; American Legion Oratorical Contest I; Exchange Student 3; Student Council 1; SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Chr. 3, Sec. 4; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Musicale 1,2,3,4, Lead 2; French Club 1; Spotlighters 1; Lorelei 2,3,4; Choir 3; Glee Club 1,2, Accompanist 2; Silver Music Pin 3; Debate Club 2, Pres. 2; Scholarship to Music Camp 2. VICKI KRAMER Cabinet 2,3, Alternate 2; SSSH 2,4, Sec. 2, Chr. 4; Reflections Revelries 3, Lead 3; Musical 3; G.A.A. 1; Choir 3,4; Girls Glee Club 2; Racket Squad 1; Homecom¬ ing Committee 3,4; Student Union Board 4; Steering Group 2; Winter Musical Festival 2,3,4; Spring Musical Festival 2,3,4. DENIS KRAUS DIANE KRAUSS 190 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; A.V.A. 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; Spring Play Crew 3,4; Musical Crew 4; Thespians 4, Ten Point Award 4; Tecnis 3,4, Apprentice 3, Master 4. JONATHAN KRUM Hi-Y 3,4. ELIZABETH KUCERA SSM 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2; 150 Point Award 3; Ripplettes 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Fine Arts Club 2. SANDRA LAMM SSO 2,4; SSM 2,4; Personnel Service Monitor 3,4, Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; Spring Play Crew 2,3; Student Union Board 4; Fine Arts Club 1. JACK LANDER SSO 4. HOWARD LASKY SSO 3; SSSH 4; SSM 3; Student Conductor 1; Intermediate Band 1. ARNOLD LAZAR National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Cabi¬ net 3,4, Alternate 2; SSO 3,4; SSSH 4, Supervisor 4; SSD 3; N Club 3,4; Gym¬ nastics 1,2,3,4, Major N 3, Copt. 4; Physics Club 3; Spanish Club 2. LARRY LAZARUS Student Council 1; SSSH 4, Chr. 4 ; SSM 3,4; Tennis Team 1,2,3; Swimming Team 1; Spanish Club 2,3. KATHIE LEE Transferred from Maine East H.S. STEPHEN LEHTMAN Student Council 1; Latin Club 1,2; Concert Band 3; Intermediate Band 1,2; Begin¬ ning Band 1; Debate Club 1; Fall Concert 1,2,3. LAUREN LEIFER SSO 3,4; SSM 3; SSSH 4; Personnel Monitor 3,4; Spring Play 3. JACK LEON SSO 4; SSSH 4, Officer 4; Wrestling 2. BONNIE LERMAN SSO 2,3,4;. SSSH 2,3,4, Sec. 4; SSM 2,3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; French Club 1; Foreign Language Club 1; Racket Squad 1; Student Union Board 4, Treas. 4. ALEX LERNER SSO 4; SSSH 4, Chr. 4; SSM Monitor 4; German Club 1,2,3,4. BETTY LEVIN Cabinet 1,3,4, Alternate 2; SSO 2,4; SSSH 2, Sec. 2; SSD 4; SSM 2; Personal Monitor 3; Reflections Revelries 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Spotlighters 1; Homecoming Committee 3,4. HELENE LEVIN National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 4; Quill and Scroll Society 3,4; Student Council 1; SSO 2, SSSH Sec. 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play 3, Crew 3;Musical Crew 3; Thespians 3,4; Golden Galleon 2,3,4, Board Member 3; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; Nilehilite Staff 4; Re¬ flections Staff 2,3,4, Academic Editor 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Fine Arts Club 1; Band 1; Library Aid 2; Public Relations Board 3; SSO News 3. LESLEY LEVIN Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club 1,2, Sec. 3,4. ELLEN LEVINE Senior Cabinet Alternate 4; SSO Sec. 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2,3; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Musical Crew 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Spotlighters 1; Racket Squad 1 . LEONARD LEVINE Swimming 1; Wrestling 2,3; Baseball 1; Radio Club 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2,3. STUART LEVINE SSO 4; French Club 4; Debate Club 1. BARRY LEVINSKY Bronze Honor Pin 3; SSSH 4; French Club 4; Debate Club 1. 19 1 Student Unions lend a mood ELLIN LEVINSON SSM 1, Alternate 2,3,4; Personnel Monitor 3,4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club I FREDRIC LEVY National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Senior Cabinet 4; SSM Monitor 3; Science Seminar 3; Physics Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2, 3,4, Treas. 4; Fine Arts Club 1; Chemistry Lab Asst. 2. MORITZ LEWKOWICZ Transferred from Schurz H.S. MARK LIEBERMAN National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4 ; Silver Honor Pin 3; SSO 3,4; SSSH Supervisor 4, SSSH Chr. 3; N Club 3,4; Football I, Shield 1; Track 2,3, Shield 2, Minor N 3; Cross Country 2,3,4, Minor 2, Major 3,4, Capt. 4; Tennis I; Wrestling I, Shield I; Honor Board 2; " It ' s Academic " 4. ROBERT LIEBERMAN Scholastic Art Award 3; A.V.A. 2,3; SSO Photographer 3; Orchesis Photographer 4; Nilehilite Photographer 2. JAMES LINDSTROM KAREN LONDA Transferred from Shawnee Mission East H. S., Kansas; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Reflections Staff 4; Ushers Club 3,4. MARLENE LONG G.A.A. 1,2,3, Seventy-five Point Award; Reflections Crew 2,3; Ushers Club 3,4; Student Council Alternate 4. ELAINE LUBECK Cabinate Alternate 2; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 1,2,3; SSO 3. CORRINE LUBIN Fall Play Crew 2,3; Spring Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4- Art Council 4; Spotlighters 1,2,3;GleeClub I.Ushers Club 4; Spotliqhters Play 2 JOHN LUTHER y ’ SSM 4. RONALD LUZZO A.V.A. 1,2,3,4 ; Musical 2; Baseball 1, Shie ld 1; Physics Club 4; Biology Club I; German Club 4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Student Conductor I; Concert Band 2, 3,4; Cadet Band 1; Stage Band 3,4; Band Letter 4; Band Pin 4. CHERYL MAGNESS Transferred Sullivan H.S.; Personnel Monitor 3,4; Library Aid I. ALFRED MANASIN SSO 3,4; SSM3; SSSH Chr. 4,NCIub 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Shield I, Minor N Major N 3,4; Wrestling 2,3, Shield 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N Major N 3,4. DORIS MANAUGH 2 , 2 ; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Musical 1,2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 1,2,3,4. (tAILES MANDL Student Council Alternate 1,2; SSO 4; Wrestling 2, Shield 2; Baseball 2 Minor N 2; SSSH Chr. 4. LYNN MARCUS French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 4. LANE MARINELLO A.V.A. 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; N Club 4; Cross Country 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Shield 2; Major N 3; Science Seminar 3; International Relations Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4. of relaxation Seniors Bonnie Lermon and Kent Brody enjoy the friendly atmosphere at a Student Union. LINDA MAXSON JUDI MAYZEL SSM 3; SSSH Sec. 4; SSO 3,4; Spotlighters 1; Fall Play Crew 1. BONNIE MAZER SSSH 2,3,4; SSM 2,3,4; Personnel Monitor 2,3; Fall Play 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Future Nurses 4; Racket Squad 1,2; Homecoming Committee 2,3. KATHLEEN MARKERT SSO 4, Sec. 4; Future Secretaries 3,4; Personnel Monitor 3; SAO Monitor 3; Spotlighters 1; Reflections Revelries Crew Chr. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,4, Twenty-four Point Award 2; Orchesis 2; French Club 2,3; Future Nurses 4; Horse Show 1. PAUL MARKOWITZ Transferred from Alhambra H.S., Alhambra, Calif. SALLY MARTINKO HETTYE MARWIL Transferred from Milwaukee Downer Seminar, Milwaukee, Wise.; G.A.A. 2,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Ski Club 3; Personnel Monitor 2. ROBIN MARZEN , , Transferred from Austin H.S.; SSO 4; Asst. Head Sec. 4 ; SSM 2,4; Fall Play Crew 3 ; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Choir 1,2; Bowling Tournament 1,2; Gym Asst. 1. AVIS MASH JOHN MCGRATH SSO 2,3,4; Asst. Chr. 2; SSO Supervisor and Asst. Chr. 3; SSSH Chr. 4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3, Shield I, Minor N 2;Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Minor N 1; Homecoming Com¬ mittee 3; H.R. Pres. 1,2,3,4. DAVID MCQUEEN National Merit Semifinalist 4; Bronze Honor Pin 4; Track 4; Cross Country 4; German Club 1; International Relations Club 3,4, Pres. 4. ROBERTA MECHANIC Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries Lead 3; Musical 2; French Club 3; Spot¬ lighters I; Lorelei 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3; Glee Club 1; Gold Music Pin 2; Music Certificate 1. Cabinet 1,2; Alternate 4; SSM 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Hi-Y 1,2; Physical Science Club 1. LINDA MEHRHOLZ ANTHONY MELAS National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 4; SSO 2,3,4; Supervisor 4; SSM 2,3; SSSH 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Basketball 3; Baseball 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; N Club 3,4; Student Union Board 4. 193 foiay-i MYSTERY MILLWARD MIKE MINDEL National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; SSO 3,4; SSD Supervisor 3; $SM Supervisor 4; SSSH Chr. 4; Russian Club; Wrestling 2. PAULA MINER Transferred from York Suburban H.S., York, Pennsylvania; SSM 4; Personnel Monitor 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Twenty-four Point Award 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Math Club Co-chairman 4. RICHARD MINORS SSO 2,3,4, Supervisor 3,4; SSSH 4; SSD 3; SSM 2; N Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Football 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3; Cross Country 1, Shield 1;Baseball 1,2,3, Shield I, Minor N 2, Major N 3; Captain of Basketball 3; Baseball 4; Football 4. ELIZABETH MODETZ BILL MOLITOR Transferred from Rincon H.S., Tucson, Arizona. JOANNE MORRIS Student Council 1,3,4, Asst. Sec. 3, Alternate 2, Outstanding Service Award 3; SSO 3,4; SSM 3,4, Head Sec. 3,4; Fall Play 4, SSSH 3, Sec. 3; Reflections Revel¬ ries 4; G.A.A. 1,3, Twenty-four Point Award 3; Glee Club 1; Student Union Board 4, Publicity Chairman 4; Girls ' Gymnastics 3. RICHARD NAGAI SSSH 3,4, Chr. 4, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 4; Track 3; Gymnastics 2; Latin Club 3. MARK NAHIN Cabinet Alternate I; SSO 4; SSM 4; Swimming 1,2; Shield 2. DALE MELCHER National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Cabinet Alternate 2,3; SSO 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2; French Club 2; Fine Arts Club 1; Art Council 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Spotlighters 2; SSO News Staff 4. EUGENE MENDEL SSO 4; SSSH, Asst. Chr. 4; Fencing 2,3; French Club I; Intermediate Band 1; Hall Monitor I. DAVE MESSNER Baseball 3,4; Physics Club 3,4. SHERRY METZ SSO 3,4; SSSH Sec. 3,4; Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries Cast 3; French Club 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2; Glee Club 1; Spring Festival 1; Christmas Festival 1; Usher’s Club 2,3. STEWART METZGER Chess Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Coin and Stamp Club 2,3. JANICE MICHAEL SSO 4 ; SSSH 4, Sec. 4; SSM 2; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club I, 2,3,4; Future Secretaries 4; Racket Squad 1; Ushers Club 3,4, Sec. 4. SHARON MIDDAUGH Personnel Monitor 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Musical Crew 3 ; G.A.A. 1,2, 3; Twenty-four Point Award 1; Future Secretaries 4; Glee Club I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,3,4, Treas. 4; Ushers Club 3,4. HOLLIS MILLER Personnel Monitor 2,3; G.A.A. 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Future Secretaries 4; Fine Arts Club 2; Beginning Band I; Ushers Club 4 LAUREN MILLER Transferred from Mather H.S.; SSO Monitor 3; Personnel Monitor 3; Glee Club I. LYNN MILLER Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate 1; District Science Fair Placement I; Cabinet Alternate 3; SSO 2,3; Personnel Monitor 4, Reflections Revelries 2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Twenty-four Point Award 3; Ripplettes 3; Spanish Club 2; Loralie 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club I; Gold Music Pin 2 LYNNETTE MILLER Transferred Von Steuben H.S.; Student Council 1; Alternate 2; SSM 1,2,3; Person¬ nel Monitor 1; Choir 2; Girls Glee I; SAO 4. SUSAN MILLER Student Council 1; Outstanding Service Award 1; Cabinet 2,3, Alternate 4; SSO 2,3; Personnel Monitor 4; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Musicale 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleader l ; Latin Club 1; Lorelei 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Gold Pin 2; Glee Club I; Certificate 1; Tri-Hi-Y I; Pep Club 1; Junior Court Attendant 3; Homecoming Committee 2,3; Student Union Board 4. 194 LEON NOVEMBER SSO 3,4, Supervisor 3,4; SSSH 2,3,4, Chr. 2,3, Supervisor 4; SSD 3, Supervisor 3; N Club 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Most Valuable Player Award 3, Minor N I, Major N 2,3,4; Student Union Board 4; Homecoming Committee 4. GEORGE OLKIEWICZ SSSH 4, Chr. 4; SSD 3, Asst. Chr. 3; Football 1; Track 1, Shield 1; Wrestling 2, Shield 2; Chess Club 4. APRIL O ' NEILL Transferred from Palatine H.S. 4. JEANNETTE OPPERMAN Musical 2, Chorus 3, Co-Chr. of Publicity 3; Golden Galleon 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Loreli 4; Choir 3; Glee Club 1,2; Silver Music Pin 3; Ski Club 4. MARY ANNE ORAM National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSO 3; SSSH 3, Asst. Chr. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Twenty- four Point Award 3; German Club 2,3,4, General Committee Director 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Sec. 4. MARGUERITE O ' REILLY Pep Club 2. LINDA OREN SSO 2,3,4, Sec. 2; G.A.A. 1; French Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Art Council 4; Spot- lighter Crew 1; Reflections Revelries 4. LEE OSBORN SSM4; Football 1; Physics Club 3; Latin Club 1,2. RICHARD OSCARSON Gymnastics 1,2. ROBERT NANBERG Student Council Alternate 3; Cabinet Alternate 1,2; SSO 2, Chr. 2; Biology Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Concert Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Beginning Band 1; Gold Music Pin 4; Pen Pal Club I. SHARON NATENBERG SSM 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2; Reflections Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Journeyman Award 3; Art Council 3,4; Homecoming Committee 3. KAREN NELSON Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spanish Club 3,4. KATHY NEUMAN Cabinet Alternate 4; SSO 2,3,4; Personal Monitor 3; G.A.A. 1; Racket Squad 1. PAT NEVILLE Transferred from Northwestern Military and Navel Academy 3; SSM 3; Person¬ nel Monitor 4; Golf 2, Minor N 2; Baseball 2, Shield 2. MARK NEWBURGER Cabinet 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; SSO 2,3,4, Supervisor 4; SSSH 2,3, Chr. 2,3; N Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4, Shield 1,Major N 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3; Baseball 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 3. JANICE NEWMAN Cabinet 4, Alternate 2,3; SSO 3,4, Sec. 4; SSSH Asst. Head Sec. 3; SSM 3; Re¬ flections Revelries 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Glee Club I; Racket Squad 1,2; Student Union Board 4; Musical Crew 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 2. HOPE NICHOLAS Glee Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Fall Play Crew 2; Reflections Revelries 2; Spotlighters 2; Art Council 3; Fine Arts Club 4; Homecoming Committee 4. JERRI NICHOLAS Spring Play Crew 4, Publicity Crew4; Library Asst. 2; Spotlighters 1,2,3,4; Ushers Club 2,3,4. ALLEN NISSENSON National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Dis¬ trict Science Fair 1; Student Council 1, Treas. 1, Alternate 2, Student Council Pin 1; Junior Cabinet Treas. 3; SSO Executive Board 4; N Club 3,4; Football Mgr. 3,4, Major N 3; Fine Arts Club I, Vice-Pres. 1; Spotlighters 1; Manager ' s Club 3,4, Treas. 3; District Speech Contest 3; Homecoming Committee 4, Chr. 4. RONALD NOBLE Reflections Revelries 3; Musical 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Minor N; Beginning Band 1; Gold Music Pin 4. ART NOVAK Bronze Honor Pin 3; Cabinet Alternate 4; SSSH 3,4, Chr.; Tennis 2,3, Minor N 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Student Union Board 4; Student Action Committee 3. The crowning of the Prom King and Queen was the main event of the Junior Prom. RON PERLMAN Blue Honor Certificate 1; Bronze Honor Pin 3; State Science Fair l ; Cabinet 2, 3,4; SSM3; SSSH 4; NClub2,3,4;Golf 1,2,3,4, Minor N I, Major N 2,3,4; Span¬ ish Club 2; Intermediate Band 1; Concert Band 2,3; Concert Orchestra 1 2 3 JOHN PETERSON SSO 3,4; SSM 3,4; A.V.A. 1,2; Reflections Crew 3; Spring Play 3; Musical Crew 3; Swimming 2; Beginning Band I; Ski Club 3, Pres. 3. SUSAN PETERSON Cabinet Alternate 3; SAO Monitor 3,4; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical 2,3,4, Crew 3; G.A.A. 2; French Club 2; Lorelei 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Choir 3,4; biee Club 1,2; Silver Music Pin 3; Racket Squad 2; Ski Club 3; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Christmas Festival 1,2,3,4; Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Reflections Revelries 4. LAURA PIERCE Transferred from Bowen H.S. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1,2,3,4; Pen Pal Club 4; Personal Service 1,2,3; Girls’ Chorus 2; Drama Club 2. KATHRYN PLOUGH G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3,4, Pres. 4,300 Award Point 4, Camp Scholarship 3; Future Secretaries 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Chaplain 4. FREDELL POGODIN Student Council 1; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 2, Sec., 3, Chairman, SSM 4; Fall Play 1; Reflections Revelries 3; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 2; Spot- lighters 1. ROBERT POINDEXTER SSO 2,3,4; SSM 2,3, Supervisor 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Minor N 1,2, Major N 3.4; Basketball 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Student Union Board 4; Homecominq Committee 3,4. GREGORY POLAKOFF Transferred from Jamaica H.S. 3; Choir 3; Nilehilite Staff 4, Chief Photographer DAVID POSMANTIER Blue Honor Certificate 1; Bronze Pin 3; German Club 1,2; Biology Club 2. WALTER OSTHPOWICZ Transferred from Notre Dame H.S. 1; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Tecnis 3,4, Master 3,4. JERRY PARIS SSSH 4, Officer 4; SSM 3,4; A.V.A. 3. LYNN PAULY Bronze Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Cabinet 1, Pres. I; SSSH 3, Sec. 3; SSD 2, Asst. Chr. 2; SSM 1,4; Personnel Monitor 3; G.A.A. I; Golden Galleon 3,4, Sec. 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Spotlighters 2. STEVEN PEARSON Transferred from Amundsen H.S. I; SSO 3,4; Swimming 1; Wrestling 2. RUSSELL PEPOON SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 3,4; SSM 2; A.V.A. 1; Wrestling 2,3,4, Minor N 3. BARRY PERELGUT Quill and Scroll Society 4; Student Council 4, Sgt. at Arms 4; Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO 2,3; SSSH 2, Chr. 2; SSD 3, Library Asst. 3; SSM 1,3; N Club 2,3,4, Attendence Officer 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Shield I, Major N 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, Shield I, Minor N 2; Baseball 1,2, Shield I, Minor N 2; Wrestling 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Nilehilite Staff 3,4, Sports Editor 4. NORMA REAM SSO 3,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, Sec. 4; Fall Play Crew 4; Spring Play Crew 3; Musi¬ cal Crew 3; G.A.A. 3; Spanish Club 2; Future Nurses 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Orchesis Crew 3; Ski Club 3. JANE REED Cabinet 2, Alternate 3; SSO 2,3, SSM 2,3; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 3- Tri-Hi-Y I BARBARA REIFMAN Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate l;SSO Rater 4; Golden Galleon 2,3,4, Silver Clipper I; French Club 1,2; Reflections Staff 3,4, Section Editor 4; Fine Arts Club 1; Art Council 3,4. FRED REINER Transferred from Senn H.S.; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Student Council 4, Alternate 3; SSO 3,4, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4, Chr. 3, SSM 4; Fall Play 4; Spring Play 3; Thespians 3,4, Trees. 4, Ten Point Award 3; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4, Pres. 3; Spotlighters 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Debate Club 2; Dramatic Reading, Serious, Third Place 2; East-West Speech Contest 2 PAULA REST National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Golden Galleon 2,3,4, Short Story Editor 4; French Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; Russian Club 4, Pres. 4; Art Council 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; International Relations Club 3; S.A.C. 3. DICK REYNOLDS Football 1,2, Shield 1, Minor N 2; Basketball 1,2, Shield 1,2. EDWARD RHODES Transferred from Fenger H.S.; SSO 4, SSM 4; Executive Club 3,4, Treas. 3 4- Hi-Y 2. JEFFREY RICHARDSON Reflections Revelries 3; Musical 3; Physics Club 3; German Club 2,3,4, Treas.; Concert Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Beginning Band 1; Silver Music Pin 3; Science Cfub 1. GAE RICHMAN Transferred from Maine East; SSO 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 3; Spotlighters 2. MICHAEL POVLO Transferred from Seneca H.S., Louisville, Kentucky; SSO 3,4; SSSH 4; SSM 3; A.V.A. 3; Fall Play 4, Lead4;Choir4; P.A. Announcer 4; Reflections 4; Musical 4. DON PRICE SSSH Chairman 4. HARRIET PRICE Personnel Monitor 3,4; Ushers Club 4. BETTY PRITCHARD JEFFREY PROVUS Fall Play 2,3; Track 3. JOAN PYRE Transferred from North Park H.S. 2; Spanish Club 2,3. PATRICIA QUIRK SSO 3; SSM 3; Fall Play 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; Spring Play Crew 3,4; Musical Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Ushers Club 3,4. MONTY RABEN SSM 2; Gymnastics 2. DAVID RADZIN Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 4; SSM 4; A.V.A. 4; Spanish Club 4. LEE ANN RAMMON French Club 1; SSM 4. LAWRENCE RAND Transferred from Missouri; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; SSO 4, SSSH Chairman 4; Spanish Club 4; Nilehilite 4; Millard Fillmore Society 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4. CLAUDIA REAM SSO 3; SSSH Sec. 3; G.A.A. 2; Future Secretaries 4. Senior Breakfast SARESTA ROSENBERG SSM 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1, 75 Point Award 3; Orchesis 4; Gym¬ nastic Exhibition Team 3; Russian Club l,2,Treas. 1; Racket Squad 1; Locker Room Monitor 3. DAVID ROSENTHAL Reflections Revelries 3; Musical 2; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band 1; Gold Music Pin 4; Chess Club I; Cadet Band I. LARRY ROSENTHAL Silver Honor Pin 4; SSO 3,4; Personnel Monitor 3,4; A.V.A. 1,2; Fall Play Crew 3; German Club 2,3. BARRY ROSNICK SSO 4; Football 1,2,4; Shield 2,4. STANLEY ROSSMAN Bronze Honor Pin 3; Cabinet 1, Alternate 2; Tennis 1,2,3, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3; Math Club 3; Language Laboratory Asst. 1. FRAN ROTH Student Council l SSSH 2, Chr. 2; SSSM4; Spring Play Crew 3. MICHAEL ROTHMAN N Club 4 ; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Major N 4; Wrestling 1,2, Shield 1,2; Golf 2,3, Minor N 2; Tennis 1; Student Council 4; Alternate I; Cabinet 1; SSM 3; Musical 1,3; Folk Music Club 3; Student Action Committee 3; Choir 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; Glee Club 1; Barbershoppers 2; SSSH Chr. 4. LEE ROTHSTEIN SSSH 2; Cross Country 2; Tennis 1,2, Shield 1; Homecoming Committee 1,2. EILEEN ROTKfN National Honor Society 3,4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Gold Honor Certificate 1; Musi¬ cal 1,3,4; Spanish Club 1,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Concert Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 4; Gold Music Certificate 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Christmas Festival 1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4. MORRIS RIZMAN Transferred from Sullivan H.S.; Tennis 2; Reflections Staff 2 3 4 SUSAN ROBINSON SSO 3,4, SSD 4, SSM 1.3; Personnel Service Monitor 3,4; Fall Play 3; Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries 3; French Club 1,2,4,-Fine Arts Club I; Spotlighters 1,2,4; Foreign Language Club I; Illinois State Scholarship 4. CAROL ROGERS First Place State Science Fair Award I; Cabinet I; Spring Musical 1,2,3,4; G.A.A 2.3; Future Nurses 2.3,4, Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Lorelei 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Gold Music Pin 3; Racket Squad 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Christmas Festival 1,2,3,4. scon ROME Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO 4; Wrestling 2; Golf Team 2; German Club 1 JUDITH ROSEE National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4;-Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate I; First Place State Science Fair Award 1; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Physics Club 4 ; Latin Club 3; Beginning Band I; Mock State Legislative Convention Delegate 4. HOWARD ROSENBAUM Blue Honor Certificate I; SSO 2,3,4, SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4; SSD Asst. 3; SSM 3,4; Minor N 1, Major N 2,3,4, N Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Minor N 1- Major N 3,4; Baseball 1; Astronomy Club 1. ALLAN ROSENBERG SSO 4, SSSH Chr. 4, Asst. Chr. 4; Track 2, Shield 2; German Club 1; Inter¬ mediate Band 1. BARBARA ROSENBERG Cabinet I; SSO2,3, SSM2,3; Personnel Service SAO 2; G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club I MELVIN ROSENBERG Spanish Club 3; SSM 2; Football I. 198 entertains graduates Members of the Senior Class spoof life at Niles for their fellow graduates at the Senior Class Breakfast. EVAN RUMACK Physics Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; German Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Foreign Lang¬ uage Club 1. ROBERT RUTTENBERG SSSM 2,3,4; Fall Play 4, Lead 4; N Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3, Shield 1, Major N 2,3; Swimming 2, Minor N 2; Golf 1,2,3,4, Major N 2,3,4, Golf Captain 3,4. MIRIAM SACHER Transferred from Von Steuben H.S. 2; Student Council 2,3; SSM 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Glee Club 2. LAWRENCE SACKS Cross Country 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. SHELLY SAFFRO SSSH 4; SSM 3; Musical 1,3; G.A.A. 1,3,4, Twenty-four Point Award 1; Orchesis 3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Glee Club I; Gold Music Pin 4. ARLENE SAGER Student Council Alternate 1; Cabinet 3, Vice Pres. 3; Cabinet Alternate 2,4; SSO 3,4; Head SSSH Sec. 3,4; SSM 2; Personnel Monitor 2; Student Union Board 4, Vice Pres. 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 2; G.A.A. 1; Homecoming Committee 3,4. FRED RUBIN Cabinet Alternate 4; SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Chr. 4; Football 1,2,4, Manager 3; Wrestling 1,2. SHELDON RUDD Silver Honor Pin 3; SSSH 4; Basketball 1,2; Golf 3. LEAH RUDERMAN SSSH 3,4, Sec. 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Musical 1, Crew 3; French Club 1; Spotlighters 1; Glee 1,2; Homecoming Committee 4. LESTER SALBERG Second Place State Science Fair Award I; District Science Fair Placement 1; Cabinet 4; SSSH 4; SSM 3; Track 1, Shield 1; Gymnastics 1; Junior Academy of Science 1,2,3,4. JUDITH SALETRA Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers Club 4. RUTH SALOMON Bronze Honor Pin 3; SSM 2; Spanish Club 1; SAO Monitor 3,4; SSO Rater 2. EUGENE SALTZBERG Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. 1; Student Council 1; Library Aid 1; Track 1, Shield I; Gymnastics 2,3, Minor N 3. REYSA SAMUELS National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; SSO Rater 2; Personnel Monitor 4; French Club 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,3; Spot- lighters 1. ELLEN SANDLER SSSH 3, Sec. 3; SSM 4; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Racket Squad 1. 199 PHILLIP SCHOENWOLF Transferred from St. George H.S. 3; A.V.A. 3,4; Tecnis 3,4; P.S.O. 3,4 Pres 3 4 ELAINE SCHUMAN Golden Galleon 4, Art Editor 4; Reflections Staff 4, Staff Artist 4; Art Council 2,3,4, President 4; Glee Club 1; District Science Fair 1, First Place Award; State Science Fair I, Second Place Award. STUART SCHWARTZ ROGER SCOn SSSM 4 ; Track 1,2,3,4, Shield I, Minor N 2,3, Major N 4; Cross Country 2,4, Shield 2, Minor N 4; Beginning Band I; Hi-Y 3,4. JANET SELIG SSM 4; Spring Play 3; Musical 1,3; G.A.A. 1,3,4, Twenty-four Point Award 3; Orchesis 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; German Club 2; Art Council 4; Concert Orchestra 1,2,3; Gold Key Award 3; Minor Music N 1; Music Certificate 3; SSO News Staff 4. STEVEN SELTZER SSM 4; Tennis 1; Spanish Club 1; Debate Team I. JUDITH SEMBACH Glee Club 1; Pep Club 1. ALAN SEMROW Cabinet 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Thespians 3,4; Tecnis 3,4, Master 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Track 1, Shield I; Cross Country 1, Shield I; A.V.A. 2,3,4, fres. 4; Student Union Board 4; Hi-Y 1,3,4, Service Award 1, Pres. 4. DAWN SHAFER Personnel Monitor 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew3;Thespians3,4, Officer 4, Ten Point Award 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Ushers Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2. JEFFREY SANDLER National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Student Council 1,3, Vice Pres. 3; Cabinet 2,4, Pres. 2,4; SSO 2,3; SSD Supervisor 3; N Club 3,4; Tennis 1; Basketball Manager 1,2,3, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3; German Club 1,2; Planning Board 2; Managers Club 3; Unity Board 4. CAROL SANDRIK SSO 4; Musical 1,2, Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,2; Ski Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4. NORMAN SANDSTROM National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; SSSH 4; N Club 3,4; Track 2,3,4, Minor N 2,3; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Glee Club I; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Vice-Pres. 4. NICK SAVIANO SSM 2. PAULSCARPELLI SSSH 3, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 4; Fall Play Crew 3; Musical 2,3, Crew 3. JOHN SCHACHT Swimming 2,3,4, Shield 2, Minor N 3, Major N 4; Gymnastics I, Shield 1; Ger¬ man Club 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4. ALAN SCHAPS National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Cabinet Alternate 4; SSSH 3, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 2,3; Basketball Manager 2,3,4, Shield 2, Minor N 3; Nilehilite 3,4, Star Award 3; Manager ' s Club 3,4. NANSHELLE SCHATZ Transferred from Thomas Jefferson Junior H.S., Teaneck, New Jersey 1; Reflec¬ tions Revelries 3; G.A.A. 2; Future Nurses 3; Ushers Club 4. GLORIA SCHECHTMAN Transferred from Hirsch H.S. 2; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commenda¬ tion 4; Bronze Honor Pin 4; SSM 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4; Ushers Club 4. MARY SHCLAU ANITA SCHNITZER Transferred from Bowen H.S. 3; Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries 4, Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Art Council 4; Library Aid 4; Homecoming Art Committee 4; Blue Ribbon National Scholastic Art Award 3. LINDA SCHOENBERG SSO 3,4; SSSH Sec. 3; SSM 2; SSO Period Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 1; Reflections Revelries 2,4; Musical 1; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 2; Spanish Club 1,2; ArtC ' lub 2,3; Loralie 1;Glee Club 1; Homecoming Committee 3. 200 LARRY SHAPIRO National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; SSO 3,4, SSSH Supervisor 4; SSM, SSD 3; N Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4, Track 1,2,3,4, Shield 1,2; Cross Country 2,3,4, Minor N 2, Major N 2; Basketball 2,3,4, Shield 2, Minor N 3. TERRY SHAPIRO Executive Club 4; Intramural Tennis 4. ROBERT SHEARN Cabinet 4, Alternate 3; SSM Monitor 2, Supervisor 4; SSD Supervisor 3; Football Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3; Basketball Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Baseball Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; N Club 3,4. ELLYN SHEPARD Fall Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; French Club 1,2,3. MURRAY SHERMAN Cabinet Alternate 4; SSO 3; SSSH 3, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 3. ROBERT SHUTER Transferred from Mather H.S. 1; Cabinet Alternate l;SSO 4; Baseball 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Beginning Band 1. LOWELL SHYETTE Transferred from Lane Technical H.S. 3; FolkMusicClub 3, Pres. 3; Chess Club 4. NORMAN SIEGEL Fall Play 2,4; Spring Play 3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Folk Music Club 3; Art Council 4; Spotlighters 1,2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4. SUSAN SIEGAL Student Council 1,2,3, Sec. 4, ServicePins 1,2,3,-SSO 3,4; SSSH Chr. 4; SSD Chr. 3; SSM 3; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Spring Play 3; G.A.A. I; Russian Club 1,2, Pres. 1; Ushers Club 3. HOWARD SILVER Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSM 3; Intramural Bowling 2; Intramural Basketball 4; Physics Club 3; Latin Club I. IRENE SILVERMAN National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; Cabinet 3,4; SSO 2; SSM Monitor 2; Personal Service Moni¬ tor 3; G.A.A. 1; Future Nurses Club 1. STEVEN SILVERMAN Transferred from Austin H.S. 4; SS04;Football 1,2,3; Golf 1,2; Library 1,2; Choir 1 , 2 . STEVEN SILVERMAN National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Bronze Honor Pin 2; Cabinet 1,2,3,4; SSM 2,4; Swimming 1,2, Shield 1,2; Golf 3, Major N 3; Folk Music Club 3; Ger¬ man Club 4; Fine Arts Club 1; Art Council 2,4; Student Action Committee 4. HARVEY SILVERSTONE Student Council 1, Alternate 2; SSO 4; Track 1,2; Wrestling 3; Biology Club 2,4; German Club 1,2; Concert Band 2; Intermediate Band I; Minor N 1. MARC SIMMONS National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Gold Honor Certificate I; Latin Club 1,2,3,4. JOHN SIMON Blue Honor Certificate 1; Cabinet 2; SSM4. N Club 3,4; Track 1,2; Cross Country 2; Swimming 1,2,3,4; French Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; Homecoming Treas. 4. ROBERT SINGER SSSH 3,4, Chr. 4; N Club 4; Swimming 2,3,4, Shield 2, Minor N 2, Major N 3; French Club I; Delegate to Mock Constitution Convention 3. SHERRY SINGER Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Reflections Staff 4; Art Council 4; Glee Club 1; Ushers Club 3,4; Foreign Language Club 1. JILL SIPPIL Student Council Alternate 2; SSD 2; Personnel Monitor 2. LINDA SKERVEN Glee Club 1; Racket Squad 1. JACK SKINDER Transferred from Lee H.S., Virginia 3. The officers of the Senior Class present their class gift to Mr. Hendrickson at the Senior Class Breakfast. ROBIN SKOLNIK Personnel Monitor 2,3; Musicale 3, Crew 2,3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Seventy- five Point Award 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Choir 2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Glee Club I; Gold Music Pin 4. STEVEN SKOLNIK National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist; Bronze Honor Pin 2; Gold Honor Certifi¬ cate 1; Fall Play 4; Reflections Revelries 2; Latin Club 1,2,3; Art Council 3; Spot- lighters 2, Treas. 3; SSM 4, Rater 4. BARRY SLADE SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; SSM Monitor 4; Physics Club 3; Spanish Club 1. HARRIET SLAW G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club I; Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, Sec. 2; Fine Arts Club I; Pins and Pans 1, Refreshment Chr. I. MARC SLOTTEN Transferred from Evanston H.S. 2; Gymnastics 2,3,4, Major N 2,3,4. ARNOLD SLUTSKY Football 1; Radio Club I; Coin and Stamp Club 2,3. LEONARD SNEIDER Transferred from Lane Tech 3; Scholastic Arts 3,4; Photo Service 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Chess Club 1,2; Beginning Band I. CAL SNYDER Cabinet Alternate I; SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Officer 3,4; Personnel Monitor I; N Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major N 3; Spanish Club 4; Proctor 1. JAMES SOLER Transferred from St. George H.S. 3; Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Baseball 3; Wrestl¬ ing 2. GENE SOLOMON SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; Cross Country 1; Basketball 2,3, Minor N 3; Physics Club 3- French Club 2.2 PETER SPEAR Gymnastics 2, Minor N 2; Chrysler Trouble Shooting Contest 3 VALERIE SPIEGEL Transferred from Austin H.S. 2; SSM 2,3; IBM Monitor 2,3,4; Thespian 1,2; Stu¬ dent Union Board 4; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Debate Club 2. STEWART SPIES National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Second Place State Science Fair Award 1; SSM 4; Silver Clipper 1; First Place District Latin Contest 2; Intramural Swimming Meet First Place 2; Honorable Mention-Best Illinois H.S. Prose 2; It s Academic " Team 4; Reflections Revelries 4; Flunkers ' Fling 4; Debate Team 4. BRUCE SPIVACK Hi-Y 2; Spanish Club 3; Math Club 3; SSM 4 NILS STANGENE Scholastic Art Award 1,2,4, Gold Key 2; Blue Honor Certificate 1,4; Personnel Monitor 4; SSSM 4; Fine Arts Club 1,2,3,4; Art Council 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 4. 202 INA SUMMER Student Council 1,3,4; Cabinet 1,4; SSO 3,4; SSSH Officer 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Racket Club I; Ushers Club 3,4; Student Union Board 4. DIANE SWANSON Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSM 2; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Reflection Revel¬ ries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3. ELYSE SWIDER SSO 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,4, Board 1, Twenty-four Point Award 1; German Club 4; Future Nurses 1. GORDON SWIDLER SSM 3; Swimming Manager 2; Radio Club 2,4. MARK SWIRSKY National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Gold Honor Pin 4; Quill and Scroll Society 4; SSSH Supervisor 3; SSM 3; Basketball 1,2,3, Minor N 3; Golden Galleon 4; German Club 1,2; Nilehilite Staff 3,4, Star Award 3, Editor 4; Concert Band 2; Intermediate Band 1; Cadet Band 1; International Relations Club 3,4; NCFE English Contest 3; German Contest 2. RUTH SZUCHMACHER Cabinet Alternate 1,2,3; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH 3,4; Personnel Monitor 2,3,4; Musical 1; G.A.A. 1; Art Council 1; Glee Club I. PAUL TANZER SSO 3; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; Swimming 1, Minor N 2; PSO 1,2,3, Vice Pres. 3. PERRY TASKY Fall Play 3,4; Reflections Revelries 4; Spring Play 4; Football 2; Tennis 1; Base¬ ball 2; Millard Fillmore Society 2,3,4. SUE TAYLOR Blue Honor Certificate 1; Reflections Revelries 2; Musical 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band I; Silver Music Pin 3; Winter Music Festival 2,3; Spring Music Festival 1,2,3. SANDRA STARKOPF SSO 3,4; SSM Rater 3; PSO 3; Reflection Revelries 4, Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Spotlighters I; Ushers Club 2,3. AVIVA STEARNS Student Council I; Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO Rater 3, Secretary 4; SSM Monitor 4; SSD Chr. 2, Asst. Chr. 3; Personal Service Monitor 1,3; Future Nurses Club 1; French Club I. LEN STEINBORN Transferred from Proviso East H.S. 3. LOUIS STEPHENS Reflections Revelries 1,2; Wrestling 2. MARTIN STERN National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; Physics Club 4. JOHN STEWART National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Bronze Pin 3; SSSH Supervisor 4; SSM 3,4; Football 2. MICHAEL STIEGEL Student Council 1; Cabinet 2; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 3,4, Asst. Supervisor 4; Gymnastics 2; Debate Team 1. LYNN STONE SSSH Secretary 3,4; SSM 4; Musical 1,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; Choir 2,3; Girls Glee Club 1. ELLEN STRAUSS SSM 2; SSD Secretary 2; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. FRED STREICHER SSO 3,4; SSSH Chairman 3,4; SSM 4; N Club 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4, Major N 3,4; Delegate to the Mock Constitutional Convention 3,4. JOEL STROMBERG SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4, Head Chairman 4; SSM 3; A.V.A. 1; Cross Country 1,2, Shield 1; Tennis 1,2, Shield 1; German Club I. RICHARD SJCKOW SSSH 4, Chr. 4; Football 1,2,3, Shield 1,2, Minor N 3; Band 1. 203 Breakfast marks RUTH TEFKA Student Council 2,3,4, Alternate 1; SSSH Secretary 3; SSD Chairman 2; SSM 4 ; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Reflections Revelries 4. JOAN TEISTER Transferred from Mount Prospect H.S. 3; SSO Monitor 4. DANIEL TEITELBAUM Transferred from Amundsen H.S. 3; Concert Band 2; Beginning Band I. ROBERT TEPPER Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. I; Student Council l;SSO 3,4; SSSH Chairman 3,4; Golf 2,3, Minor N 2; Folk Music Club 3; Homecoming Committee 3. LYNDA THOMAS Personal Service Monitor 2; Spring Play I; Spanish Club 2; Future Secretaries 3,4, Officer 4. DAVID TOOREDMAN Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO 4; SSSH Chairman 4; Football 4; Track 1, Shield 1; Cross Country 2, Shield 2; Basketball 1,2,3, Minor N 3; SSM Monitor I. LESLIE TOWBIN SSM Monitor 3, Secretary 4; Spring Play Crew 1; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Pep Club 3; Ushers Club 4; Girls Glee 3. THEODORE TRAIFOROS SSM Monitor 2; SSSH Chairman 4; Choir 4. ROBERTA TYSKA Blue Honor Certificate 1; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Musical Crew 2,3; Spanish Club 2,3; Choir 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, Student Director 3; SSM 4. BRUCE TZINBERG SSM 3,4; A.V.A. I; Football 1,2,3, Major N 3; Wrestling 2, Minor N 2; Hi-Y I. ROBERTA UDELSON G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1; Ushers Club 3,4. ROBERT URMAN National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Intermediate Band I; Concert Band 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4. VIRGINIA VAN OMMERING SSM 4; Musical 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Ripplettes 3; Lorelie 4; Choir 4; Girls Glee 1,3. JANICE VEDDER Cabinet 3,4, Alternate I; Personnel Monitor I; SSM 2; SSD 3; SSSH 4; Musical Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Ski Club Secretary 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Photographic Service Or¬ ganization 2; Reflections Revelries 4. DONNA VETO Blue Honor Certificate I; Cabinet Alternate 2,3; SSO 2,3,4, Chairman 4, Secre¬ tary 4; SSD Chairman 3; SSM 2; S.A.O. Monitor 3; G.A.A. I, Twenty-four Point Award 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Foreign Language Club 1; SSO Personal Receptionist 4. MARK WAINER National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate l ; Cabinet Alternate I; SSO 3,4; Basketball 2; Shield 2 ; Hi-Y 3; Intramural Basketball 2,4. STEVEN WALLACH SSO 3,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Minor N 3; Wrestling 2. ROBERT WALNER Transferred from Von Steuben H.S. 3; SSO 4; SSSH Chr. 4; N Club 4; Baseball 3,4, Major N 3,4. 204 end of year The entire Senior Class gathered to enjoy one of the last events of the year, the Senior Class Breakfast. JOEL WEINSTEIN National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Silver Honor Pin 3; SSO 3; Golden Galleon 2,3, 4, Editor 4; Debate Team 1,2,3,4, Captain 3,4; Spanish Club 2. HERBERT WEISBERG Cabinet Alternate 1; SSM 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2, Minor N 1; Baseball 2- Spanish Club 3. ALAN WEISS Cabinet 3; A.V.A. 2. JOY WEISS G.A.A. 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2. RICHARD WEISS Cabinet Alternate 3; A.V.A. 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 4 ; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Thespians 3,4, Ten Point Award 3; Tec- nis Apprentice 3, Master 4, Secretary 4; Russian Club 4; Student Union Board 4 SANDRA WEISS Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; Fine Arts Club 1,2,4; Art Coun¬ cil 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,2; Scholastic Arts 2,3,4; Nilehi Art Exhibit 3,4; Home¬ coming Alumni Committee 4; Reflections Art Committee 4. MARK WEITZMAN SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; SSM 3; Basketball 1; French Club 2; Executive Club 3 JANET WELLS SSO 2,3,4; SSSH Secretary 3,4; SSM Monitor 2; Fall Play Crew 1,2,3,4; Reflec tions Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 2,3,4; Musical Crew 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 3; Future Nurses 1,4; Futyre Secretaries 2; Glee Club 1; Art Council 4; Rac ket Squad 1,2,3,4, Head Recordinq Secretary 2 3 SUE WHISLER Student Council I; SSO2,3,4; SSSH3.4; SSM2.3.4; Reflections Revelries 3; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club I. JUDY WARD SSM 2; G.A.A. I. GEORGE WARNKE Second Place State Science Fair Award 1; N Club 4; Swimming 2,3,4, Major N 4 ; Biology Club I; German Club 2; Concert Band 2; Intermediate Band I - Hi-Y 4 CONSTANCE WEICHMANN Student Council Alternate 1. HAROLD WEIL Football 1,2, Minor N 2. MARLENE WEINBERG Student Council Alternate 1; Cabinet Alternate l;SSO Sec. 2,3; Personnel Moni¬ tor 4; Fall Play Crew 2; Spring Play Crew l; G.A.A. 1, Board 2, Secretary 3, Vice Pres. 4, 75 Point Award 2; Spanish Club 1; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2; Spotlighters 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Racket Squad 2; Ushers Club 2; Musical Crew 2 SHELDON WEINER A.V.A. 2,3; Wrestling 2. DAVID WOLF Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate I. JEFFREY .WOLF Student Council Alternate 1; Cabinet Alternate 2; SSO 2,3,4; SSH 2; SSM 2,3,4; N Club 3,4; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Hi-Y 1. JOEL WOLF Student Council 1,2; Personnel Monitor 2; Track 1,2, Minor N 1,2; Cross Country Shield 1; Art Council 1,2; Scholastic Art Awards, Hallmark Award 1, Key 2, Blue Ribbon 3. ROGER WOLF Transferred from Maine East H.S. 2; SSM 4. ROLAND WOLF National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Russian Club 4; Art Coun¬ cil 2,3,4; Scholastic Arts Gold Key 3, Blue Ribbon 3, Third Place 3; Homecoming Committee 3. SANDRA WOLF Personnel Monitor 2; French Club 1; Ushers ' Club 3; Reflections Revelries 4. SUSIE WOLF Homeroom Vice Pres. 1; Student Council Alternate 1; SSO 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Personnel Monitor 2. ALICE WOLFE National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Cabinet Alternate 4; SSO 2,3; Art Director Spring Play 3; Philosophy Club 2; Golden Galleon 4; Masque Gavel 3,4, Sec. 3,4; Fine Arts Club 1,2, Sgt. at Arms 2; Debate Team 3,4, Sec. 4; Science Fair 1; Honorable Mention for Best III. High School Prose and Best III. High School Poetry. MARTY WOLFINSOHN SSO 2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Nilehilite Staff 2; Reflections Staff 1. JUDITH WHITE Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1; Glee Club 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2. WARREN WICZER CHERYL WIDMAN Fall Play Crew 1,3; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. CHRISTOPHER WIELANDT Transferred from Evanston Twp. H.S. 3. MEL WINER SSM 3,4; SSSH 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4, Minor N 2; Art Council 2. JEFFREY WINKEL Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; SSO 2,3,4; SSSH Chr. 4; SSM 2,3; Latin Club 2,3; Reflections Staff 2,3,4. TERRY WINOKER SSO 2,3,4, Chr. 3,4; Fall Play Crew 1; Silver Clipper 1; Art Council 3,4. STEPHAN WINSTON Student Council Alternate 1; A.V.A. 4;Fall Play 4; Football 3; Baseball 1; Fencing 1; Spanish Club 1,2. GLENN WINTER National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Gold Honor Pin 4; Student Council 1, Service Pin 1; Cross Country 1, Shield 1; Science Seminar 2,3. JAMES WITHALL Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSO 4; SSSH 4; Fall Play Crew 2,3; Reflections Revel¬ ries 2,3; Thespians 3,4; Tecnis 3,4, Apprentice 3,4, Master 4; Physics Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Biology Club 1; German Club 2,3,4. MIKE WITZEL SSO 3,4; SSSH 3,4; SSM 4; A.V.A. 2,3; Track 1; Cross Country 1; Gymnastics 2; Radio Club I; Hi-Y 1. MICHAEL WODIS Transferred from South Shore H.S. 3; French Tutor 1,2. 206 p c. Q mA 2 . » J it n giM so ARNOLD WOLLMAN SSO 2,4; SSM 2,4; SSSH 4; Chr. 4. CARL WOOD Bronze Honor Pin 2; Blue Honor Certificate I . Astronomy Club !; Concert Band 2,3,4, Student Conductor 4; Intermediate Band 1; Beginning Band I; Silver Music Pin 3. JAY WOOLF A.V.A. 1; Masque and Gavel 3,4, Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Gold Music Pin 4; Debate Team 1,2,3; Cadet Band I. MARLA WOOLMAN Nat ional Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4 ; Silver Honor Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 1; SSM 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,3; Spot- lighters 1,3. KEITH ZENNER National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4; Personnel Service Monitor 2 . JOHN ZIAH SSO 3,4, Supervisor 3,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; SSD Supervisor 3; SSM Supervisor 4; N Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor N 2, Major N 3. ROGER ZIFF Math Club 4. ROSALIE ZISSMAN Student Council Alternate I; SSO 2,3,4; Personnel Monitor3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club 4; Homeroom Sec. 1. LYNNETTE ZOLT Bronze Honor Pin 2; Cabinet 4, Alternate 3; SSSH 3, Asst. Chr. 3; SSM 4; Spring Play Crew 3; French Club 2; Art Council 2,3, Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Student Public Relations 3, Art Chairman 3. MARC ZWELLING Transferred from Mather H.S. 2; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commenda¬ tion 4 ; Bronze Honor Pin 3; Quill and Scroll Society 3,4; Student Council Alternate 4; Spring Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Nilehilite Staff 3,4, Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; League of Women Voters Mock State Constitutional Convention’ 3. Not Pictured WALKER ALLEN Transferred from St. George H.S. KATHLEEN ANDERSON Personnel Monitor 4; Glee Club 2. GAIL BARON SSM 2; Personnel Monitor 2,4; Spanish Club 2; Band I GAYLE BARON SSSH Sec. 3; Reflections Revelries 2; Musical 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2; Spotlighters 3; Loralie 4; Glee Club 1;Choir 2,3,4, Silver Music Pin 3; Dance Band Vocalist 4 STEVEN BERMAN Transferred from Amundson H.S. 2; SSO; SSM. GEORGE BLANCO Transferred from St. Rita H.S. 3. JUDITH BURGESS SSM 2,3; Personnel Monitor 2 ; G.A.A. 1 , 2 , 3; Silver Clipper 1 ; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Pen Pal Club 1; Racket Squad 1; Tri-Hi-Y I; Ushers Club 4; Homecoming Alumni and Decorations Committee 3. GAIL CHATZ JERRY ERNST LEE FINGERET Transferred from Judson H.S. STEVEN FISHER SSO 2,3; SSSH 3, Chr. 3; SSM 2; Swimming I; Spanish Club I 2 LESLIE GARLAND TEENA GLASSMAN Transferred from Glenbrook H.S. 4; Thespians 4 JUDITH GRANT Transferred from Florida. ROBERT KRAVITZ ROBERT KROPF Transferred from Notre Dame H.S. EMIL LAZO Transferred from Niles West H.S. ROCHELLE LEWIS Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; Spring Play Crew 3 ; G.A.A. 1,2; French Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Spanish Club 2; Reflections Staff 3,4; Art Council 4 ; Spotlighters 1,2; Glee Club 1; Twirlers 1; Library Aid 2; Ushers Club 3 JOSEPH MALICK SSSH Asst. Chr. 2; SSM Monitor 3,4; Football 1, Minor N 1 SHERALYN MIKEL G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 2; Pins and Pans 1. RICHARD NARDE ROBERT O ' BOYLE JOHN PETERSON DEAN ROBSON JAMES RONAN Transferred from Notre Dame H.S. 3; SSM 3 4 HARVEY ROSENBLOOM A.V.A. 3; Swimming 1; Wrestling 2. RONALD RUDI SHERRY SMITH G.A.A. 1; Ushers Club 2. EDWARD TROB Football Shield I; Tennis 1; Basketball I; Swimming I; Fencing 1; Astronomy Club 1; Latin Club 1,2,3. IRWIN WALLACH SSO 3; Executive Club 4. 207 208 Central Administration . . . The central administration, composed of the superintendent, the board of education, and the directors of different departments, is the highest structure of the school system. Its main function is to act upon problems af¬ fecting both Niles East and Niles West. Dr. Clyde Parker Superintendent To the Seniors of Nilehi East Best wishes to you as you complete your courses of study in the Niles Township High Schools. Upon Graduation you become a very special person associated with a great host of important people. Each of you becomes an Alumnus of one of America ' s finest high schools. The Board of Education, the Faculty, and the Citizens of the community wish for you the best that life has to give, especially after you have given your best to your life. Clyde Parker Superintendent of Schools Board of Education Board of Education Members: Standing, Mr. Kenneth E. Littrell, Mr. Milton Falkoff, Mr. Harold E. Atchinson . Seated: Mrs. Herman S. Block, Dr. John H. Speer (President), Mr. John M. Mau, Dr. Francis J. Saunders. Assistant Superintendents Dr. Stuart Anderson Mr. Paul L. Houghton 209 Dr. Arthur H. Ryden Director: Guidance and Testing Mr. Arthur Newell Business Manager Mr. Harold R. Ohlson Director; Research, Publications, and Commun¬ ity Relations. Central Administrative Directors Mr. Orland Ruyle Director: Adult Evening and Summer School Mr. Clifford Herbst Assistant Business Manager Mr. John Anderson Buildings and Grounds Supervisor Dr. Ted C. Cobun Director: Audio-visual Education Mr. James Heiniger Dir ector: Physical Education 210 East Boosters Club The Booster Club is concerned with the welfare of the Nilehi student, especially in the field of athletics. Each spring the Booster Club organizes a Sports Spectacular featur¬ ing activities of the athletic department. They also sponsor the athletic banquets which are held at the conclusion of each season. These are just a few among the many projects the Booster Club sponsors each year. They are a great asset to our athletic program. Niles East Boosters Club: Standing: Mr. Siegal, Mr. Barnett, Mr. Schaller, Mr. Wittkamp, Mr. Gil- hooley, Mr. Balen, and Mr. November. Seated: Mr. Shearn, Mrs. Wittkamp, Mrs. Siegal, Mr. Rock- owitz. Parent-Teacher Association Our Nilehi East PTA has diligently tried to fulfill its obligation to inform the public of the needs and achievements of the school. Our Parent Education Program, in the form of an informal " Koffee Klotch " and " Open House " has attempted to familiarize the par¬ ents with the various departments of the school and what-is being done for the stu¬ dent. Information of the activitiesof the school and PTA are published monthly via the Nile- A-Gram. A scholarship has been set up through our " Fund for Continuing Education. " Students are to apply to the School Scholarship Com¬ mittee. Each year PTA presents prize awards to winning floats at Homecoming. The PTA also shows its appreciation to the faculty and administrators through its annual faculty dinner. It is our fervent hope to promote com¬ munity support for the best attainable pro¬ grams of education and student activities. 21 1 Parent-Teacher Association Officers: Back Row: Mrs. Ann Rasmussen, Mrs. Catherian Tzinberg, Mrs. Jean Robbins. Front Row: Mrs. Beverly Rapper, Mrs. Gussie Simons (President), Mrs. Bernice Samuels. Mrs. Louis Simons PTA President East Administration. . . A Message From the Principal: The fulfillment of the ideals of our country and the preservation of out way of live as outlined in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights de¬ mands that every Nilehi East Student under¬ stands and appreciate his duties, responsi¬ bilities and privileges as a citizen in our representative government and protect his country from aggression and subversive ideologies. To this end it is hoped that all students through opportunities provided by the school in the classroom and in extra curricular activities will learn to participate intelligently in the democratic processes, to develop respect for legally constitued author¬ ity, and to become an acceptable and contri¬ buting member of his family, school, com¬ munity and nation. J. Keith Kavanaugh 212 Assistant Principals Guiding the student body in its prepara¬ tion for the future is the administration of Nilehi. It.keeps our school running efficiently while setting high academic goals and stan¬ dards for the school body. Administrative assistance aids the student in his selection of appropriate subjects and extra-curricular activities that enable him to cultivate his in¬ terests and develop his talents. The admini¬ stration also strives for better teacher-parent relations which are considered vital for educational progress. In a time when well informed citizens are necessary for the vital¬ ity of society, Nilehi and its excellent admini¬ strative staff are doing much in preparing the student for his future responsibilities. Mr. Ihne previews the Homecoming floats. Administrative Directors Coaches Mr. Henderson, Mr. McCarrell, and Mr. Yursky anxiously watch their team on the field. Mr. Ronald Albiani Psychology Social Studies Dr. Daniel Albright English Department Chairman Miss Elizabeth Andekian Mr. Earle Auge Miss Norma Barts Home Arts Vocal and Instrumental Social Studies Music Department Chairman Mr. Don Beardsley Science Miss Kay Beck Mrs. Susan Bennett Miss Janice Berth Dr. John Betts Miss Sarah Blacher Mr. Donald Blair Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Social Studies English Foreign Language Department Chairman Mr. E. Robert Bluege Mr. Robert Botthof Mrs. Susan Bowersox Miss Julie Brazil Business Education Guidance Counselor Guidance Counselor English Mr. Marvin Brett Miss Rhoda Brown Mathematics Mathematics 214 Faculty Educating the Nilehi student body is the utmost thought in the minds of our compe¬ tent and dedicated faculty. The Nilehi faculty continuously strives to prepare its students to meet the demands of the future. Thefaculty is able to accomplish this task efficiently by keeping up with all of the modern education¬ al developments. Mr. C. E. Burgener Mr. David Burgett Science Industrial Arts Department Chairman Department Chairman Mr. Howard Byram Mr. Ronald Campbell Physical Education Physical Education Miss Florence Butler Home Arts Department Chairman Mr. Pete Carr Art Mr. Clyde Carter Mr. Aldo Ceresa Driver Education Social Studies Mrs. Mildred Cheadle Business Education Mrs. Sara Cooper Mrs. Linda Crandall Mr. Gentil da Rosa Mathematics Foreign Language Foreign Language Mr. Lyle Davidson Mr. Barry Deardorf Mr. Edward Degenhardt Mathematics English Science fa Mr. William Collien Science Mr. Everett Colton Miss Joan Coon Social Studies Business Education Mr. Karl De Jonge Miss Gail Dent Mr. James Dorsey Miss Marlene Diemecke Mrs. Carol Drake Mr. Paul Eberhardt Social Studies English Driver Education Foreign Language Physical Education English 215 Mr. Leo Ebert Jr. Reoding Mr. Homer Ellis Mr. H. G. Ewing Mr. L. M. Eyermann Miss Patricia Fagan Science Social Studies Science Foreign Language Mr. Jerry Ferguson Physical Education Mr. Carl Field Social Worker Mr. George Fink Electricity Mr. Norman Frey English Miss Irene Garrigan Librarian Mrs. Alice Green English Miss Mildred Hall Mathematics Mr. John Hallberg Social Studies Mr. Richard Haselton Physical Education Department Chairman Mr. O. T. Hendrickson Business Education Mr. William Henry Mathematics Miss Barbara Hinton Physical Education Mr. Earl Hoff Mathematics Mr. Ronald Hunt Guidance Counselor Mrs. Joan Iden Physical Education Miss Ada Immel Business Education Mr. David Jackson Social Studies Miss Jean Jackson English Mrs. Sharon Jenkins Mathematics Miss Joy Jirik English Mr. Jeffrey Josephson Mr. R.E. Kauffman Mr. Robert Keen English Guidance Counselor Science Miss Judy Kemnitz Mr. Thomas Kiviluoma Physical Education Mathematics Department Chairman 216 Miss Irene Klaff English Mrs. Rollie Korol Mr. Anthone Kort Mr. Eugene Kuntz Miss Gabriele Lachman Mr. Peter La Forge Special Education Mathematics Science Foreign Language English Miss Lois Lamberg Miss Virginia Landwehr Mr. David Lange Mr. Donald Larson Mr. Raymond LeFevour Mrs. Jane Legge Foreign Language Guidance Counselor Science Physical Education Guidance Counselor Librarian Mrs. Hazel Loew Mrs. Herminia Lopez Mr. Wayne Lueck Miss Verniel Lundquist Mr. David McCarrell Mrs. Eleanor Macey Art Foreign Language Science English Physical Education English Department Chairman Mr. Andy Maggio Mr. Gordon Malone Mr. K. L. Martin Mrs. Jean Massmann Mr. James Meyer Mr. Ted Meyer Metals, AVA Coordinator Business Education Science Registered Nurse Science Mathematics Mr. Richard Miya Social Studies Mrs. Leona Morack Physical Education Mr. H. Stephen Morgan Mr. John Moshack Business Education Foreign Language Mr. Richard Murphy Mathematics Mrs. Lynn Murray English Mrs. Eileen Nahm Home Study Instructor Mr. Eugene Napier Business Education Mr. N. M. Odlivak Physical Education Mrs. Barbara Olson Physical Education Mr. William Osness Social Studies Mr. Ellerth Overboe Science Miss Josephine Parson Mr. Mel Pirok Social Studies Social Studies Mrs. Judy Pollock English Mr. Leo Provost Music Mr. Robert Ramgren Science Mr. George Roth Science Mrs. Lorraine Rubin Guidance Counselor Mr. Joe Rusk Physical Education Miss Nancy Sampson Physical Education Mrs. Barbara Scarbrough Registered Nurse Mr. George Scherb Social Studies Miss Imogene Schneiter English Mr. Alvin Schwartz English Mr. Patrick Sheehan Social Studies Mrs. Evelyn Siegal Guidance Counselor Mr. Jack Spatafora Social Studies Department Chairman Mr. Dennis Snider English Mrs. Joanne Starkey Social Studies Mr. Lawrence Starr Mathematics Miss Virginia Stemp Miss Marjorie Stevens Mr. Richard Stowe Drama, Public Speaking Special Education English Miss L.K. Taylor Mr. Donald Test Librarian Industrial Arts 218 Mrs. June Todd English Miss Aene Toivola Mrs. Geraldine Tosby Mrs. Carol Turpin Mr. Carl Van Cleave Guidance Counselor Social Worker Physical Education Driver Education Acting Department Chairman Miss Mary Walker Librarian Mr. William Warner Driver Education Department Chairman Mr. Bernard Welch Science Mrs. Mary White English Miss Margaret White English Mr. Leonard Winans Physical Education Mr. Hayward Wood Social Studies Mr. D. B. Wright Mr. Robert Yeisley Mr. George Yursky Miss Barbara Zika Social Studies English Mathematics Social Studies Steve Bernstein and Miss Zika compete in the Student Council-Faculty donkey basketball game. 219 Secretary to the Director of Student Activities Mrs. Gloria Schabilion IBM Clerks: Mrs. Garnet Faulkner, Mrs. Bernice Wilke. Supporting Staffs Student Accounting Clerks: Left to right, Mrs. Raezel Tabel, Mrs. Annette Walter, Mrs. Eleanor Mueller. The supporting staffs are vital to the effici¬ ency of Niles East. This group, which is com¬ posed of the cafeteria, custodial, audio-visual, office, and library staffs, sees that Nilehi activities functions as smoothly as possible. The custodial and cafeteria staffs are re¬ sponsible for the nutritious meals and main¬ tenance of school facilities. Besides checking out books and magazines, the library clerks assist students in their research by providing reserve books and pamphlets. The office staff undertakes the switchboard duties, daily bulle¬ tins, student registration, scheduling, and mail distribution. Although their work is often not visible, Nilehi thanks them for their dedicated efforts. It would indeed be difficult for the school to operate efficiently without their help. 220 Guidance Office Clerks: Left to right, Mrs. Virginia Chichanski, Mrs. Lorraine Carlington, Mrs. Harriet Kneip, Mrs. Elna Prato (registrar). Audio-visual Clerk: Miss Nathalie Young Administrative Secretaries: Standing, Mrs. June Schmitzer (Dr. Kava- naugh). Seated, Mrs. Sylvia Terman (Mr. Ihne). East Central Office Business Representative: Miss Theresa Schweitzer Clerks: Mrs. Elsie Levin, Mrs. Jane Collins, and Mrs. Violet Wilson. 221 Custodial Staff: Back Row : N. Thiell, H. Rustiberg, S. Leganski, G. Kodis, G. Deikus, P. Roberts. Second Row: P. Ing, W. Kolbus, A. Mastro. Front Row : W. Geeraerts, L. Genrich, F. Studin, J. Einarson, and A. Linnaberry. 222 Cafeteria Staff: Back Row: E. Scheibe, D. Aherndt, N. Knepper, l. Sugg, R. Lundin, H. Zajac. Third Row: H. Larkin, D. Struck, E. Krueger, A. Snyder, l. Snort, L. Leonard, M. Cannon, J. Pross, E. Jolly, K. Norman. Second Row, seated: M. Koss, I. Hansen, E. Thomas, L. Maki, R. Krause, M. Valk. Front Row, seated: M. Myszka, V. Knepper, and I. Steek (supervisor). Head Custodian Mr. Jules Roels Acknowledgement Developing a new type of yearbook format requires special co -operation and atten¬ tion; we would like to thank those people who have helped produce " Reflections ’64. " To Mr. Jeffrey Josephson, general staff advisor, Miss Jean Jackson, portrait staff advisor, and Mr. Marvin Ihne, administrative advisor we express our gratitude for their excellent guidance throughout the year. For helping us shape the original idea to a workable theme we thank Mr. Ted Beranis. For their technical assistance we thankNorman King Co., publishers and Root Studios, photographers. For helping us picture the city, we thank the Art Institute of Chicago, Skokie Public Library, Mayor Griesdorf of Skokie, and Gingi ss Brothers. Yet our greatest appreciation must go to the general and portrait staffs for their time, effort , and talent in creating our reflection of the city. Helene Levin Merle Jacob Editors-in-Chief Reflections 1964 General Staff Editors-in-Chief.Helene Levin Merle Jacob Staff Artist.Elaine Schuman Staff Typist.Marilyn Johnson Education.Carol Estrin (editor) Brad Ellison, Judi Klehr, Robert Cohn Leadership.Sharon Natenberg (editor) Philip Block, Susan Goldberg Arts.Richard Felt (editor) Joe Gordon, Sherry Ferdman Occasions.Barb Reifman (editor) Janis Schectman, Leon Manelis, Karen Londa Athletics.Al Spector (editor) Jeff Winkel, Morrie Rizman, Ron Cohn, Joe Feng CAA .Janet Harris (editor) Marilyn Johnson Portrait Staff Editor.. Fern Nadler Staff .Sandra Eisenberg, Bette Gus- tavson, Sherry Singer, Sheila Dribin, llene Bobren, Mari Gersh, Lindti Grimson, Susan Phillips, Bronna Wasserman, Judi Kadison, Barbara Baren, Marcie Swider, Karen Ways- dorf, Fern Zucker. INDEX FRESHMEN Abbey, Sandra, 152 Abrams, Trudy, 152 Abt, Frank, 152 Acker, Larry, 87, 152 Ackerman, Marcia, 152 Agel, Marjorie, 152 Ahonen, Nancy, 152 Akerstrom, Staffan, 152 Alexander, John, 65, 152 Alport, Terry ' , 152 Altman, Marcia, 152 Anderson, Christie, 152 Anderson, Ronald, 152 Aprill, Ellen, 152 Arenson, Art, 152 Armstrong, Steve, 65, 71 Arnstein, Sandra, 152 Aronson, Martin, 71, 152 Aronson, Robert, 152 Aufdenkamp, William, 152 Averbach, Michael, 71, 152 Bachman, Seymour, 67, 71, 87, 152 Baldassano, Clara, 152 Banks, Sherry, 152 Barbera, Janice, 152 Barkoo, Linda, 152 Batko, Kenneth, 82, 152 Batzkall, Dianne, 87, 152 Bauer, Walter, 152 Bayer, Deborah, 152 Bearak, Barry, 56, 152 Becharas, Nicolette, 152 Becker, Marlene, 152 Beer, Bette, 152 Bell, Robert, 152 Bell, Susan, 152 Benedict, Donald, 152 Benjamin, Steven, 75, 152 Berg, Richard, 65, 87, 152 Bergeron, Diane, 152 Bergson, Barry, 152 Berk, Nancy, 152 Berland, Rick, 75, 152 Berman, Sheldon, 88, 152 Berns, James, 77, 152 Bernstein, Melvin, 87, 152 Berry, Lois, 45, 152 Berss, Larry, 152 Bethmann, Judy, 152 Bialeck, Marc, 153 Bieber, Madelyne, 153 Bills, Gary, 65, 87, 153 Bilton, Reva, 153 Bishaf, Phillip, 73, 87, 153 Bleiman, Jerome, 87, 153 Blonstein, Paula, 153 Bloom, Craig, 153 Bloom, Howard, 153 Bloom, Penny, 153 Bone eke, Terrence, 153 Boren, Steven, 71, 77, 97, 153 Botner, Rena, 153 Boukas, William, 71, 153 Brahos, Barbara, 153 Brandenburg, Jay, 153 Braus, Michael, 153 Breen, Joey, 71, 153 Brenner, Mark, 153 Brickman, Martin, 65, 87, 153 6rin, Gary, 71,87, 153 Brocato, Sally, 153 Brodsky, Terry, 153 Brody, Irwin, 153 Bronn, Jeffrey, 153 Bronstein, Richard, 153 Brooke ns, Sandra, 153 Brown, Bruce, 153 Brown, Harvey, 65, 73, 153 Brown, Howard, 153 Brown, Jeffrey, 47, 65, 87, 153 Brown, Lawrence, 153 Brown, Lawrence, 153 Brown, Linda, 45, 153 Brownstein, Renell, 47, 153 Brushaber, Philip, 75, 153 Burrows, Marilyn, 153 Calkins, Anita, 153 Campana, Paul, 153 Carlin, Larry, 87, 153 Carlson, Linda, 153 Carvalho, Celia, 153 Carvalho, Isabel, 153 Cassman, Alan, 71, 153 Catellier, Patricia, 153 Cech,Jane, 153 Cech, Timmy, 73, 153 Cherin, Steven, 67, 153 Chertack, Eliot, 87, 153 Christensen, William, 71, 87, 153 Clarke, Patricia, 153 Cohan, Cynthia, 56, 153 Cohen, Judith, 153 Cohen, Lester, 153 Cohen, Rochelle, 153 Coliami, Ralph, 153 Conklin, William, 153 Conrad, Thomas, 153 Cook, Ronna, 45, 47, 153 Cooper, Donna, 153 Corman, Ilene, 153 Covitt, Lee, 77, 153 Cox, Carolyn, 153 Crain, Barbara, 153 Cusic, Eileen, 153 Cypkin, Jack, 153 c Y r °gj J a y n e, 116, 153 Daily, Ellen, 153 Daniels, David, 65, 153 Dash, Terry, 153 Daugherty, Byron, 71, 153 Davies, Dolores, 45, 153 Davies, Richard, 153 Davis, Gary, 75, 153 Davis, Laura, 153 Deldotto, Diane, 153 Doeschler, Linda, 153 Deutsch, Barbara, 153 Deutsch, Janet, 153 Didech, Dean, 47, 153 Dishkin, Jodi, 153 Dolins, Barry, 65, 87, 153 Dorfman, Karen, 153 Dowlin, Carolyn, 97, 116, 153 Doyen, Cynthia, 116, 153 Dragon, Flora, 153 Drey fuss, Judith, 90, 153 Dubin, Lana, 153 Duboff, Shari, 153 Dubrow, Barbara, 153 Duffin, Catherine, 153 Duhl, Joe, 75, 153 Dunlap, Judith, 153 Dworski, Sheila, 153 Earlix, Helene, 153 Edelson, Caryn, 56, 153 Edelson, Jean, 153 Egerter, Lila, 153 Eimstad, Wendy, 153 Eisenberg, Adrienne, 153 Eisenberg, Amee, 47, 65, 87, 153 Eisenberg, Hillard, 65, 153 Eisenberg, Laurie, 153 Ekman, Barbara, 153 Elkin, Eileen, 96, 153 Ellis, Joyce, 47, 153 Elrod, Elliot, 153 Engerman, Gloria, 153 Epstein, Andrew, 153 Epstein, Stephen, 67, 153 Estes, Merwin, 153 Farkas, Daniel, 153 Feigen, Beryl, 154 Feld, Edwin, 71,87, 154 Feldman, Mark, 154 Feldman, Joel, 154 Feldman, Stuart, 47 Ferris, Donald, 65, 87 Ficks, Robert, 154 Fields, Roberta, 154 Fine, Steven, 154 Fineberg, Ilene, 154 Fingerman, Ira, 154 Fischer, Marilee Fischer, William, 154 Fisher, Cheri, 154 Fisher, Deborah, 154 Fisher, Richard, 87, 154 Fishman, Judith, 154 Ford, Liane, 154 Forkash, Howard, 154 Foss, Don, 154 Foster, John, 154 Fox, Karen, 56, 154 Fradkin, Rhonda, 154 Francke, Susaiy 116, 154 Freedman, Arthur, 154 Freedman, Harley, 154 Freeman, Marcia, 96, 154 Freisinger, Sheldon, 65, 88, 154 Fried, Jack, 88, 154 Friedlander, Terri, 154 Friedman, Redina, 154 Friedman, Stuart, 154 Futterman, Marilyn, 154 Gabbey, Renate, 154 Galen, Richard, 76, 154 Galnick, Trudi Galowich, Ellyn, 154 Gans, Marilyn, 154 Ganz, David, 87, 154 Garber, Howard, 75, 154 Garris, Jody, 154 Gats, Susan, 154 Gebel, Bruce, 154 Geltner, Howard, 73, 154 Gendell, Robin, 154 Genz, Janet, 154 Gerber, Richard, 71, 87, 154 Gilmore, Jana, 56, 154 Ginger, Marilyn, 154 Girsch, Elizabeth, 154 Gitlis, Mark, 154 Glass, Diana, 154 Glass, Michele, 154 Glazer, Marla, 154 Glenner, Ellen, 154 Goers, Henry, 154 Golbin, Barbara, 154 Goldberg, Barbara, 154 Goldberg, Michael, 65, 154 Goldberg, Sue, 154 Goldman, Julie, 154 Goldstein, Linda, 154 Goldstein, Robert, 154 Goodman, Howard, 154 Goodman, Robert, 154 Goldstein, Frances, 154 Gordon, Anthony, 83, 154 Gordon, Gilbert, 154 Gordon, Susan, 154 Gorski, Ingegerd Gould, Arthur, 154 Gould, Fredric, 154 Goulding, Irwin, 65, 87 Graff, Leonard, 154 Graham, Michael, 154 Grain, Barbara, 154 Grayless, Donald, 65, 87, 154 Green, Robert, 154 Greenberg, Barry, 154 Greenberg, Joyce, 56, 154 Greenberg, Mark, 47, 154 Greenfield, Edward, 73, 154 Greenfield, Fred, 65, 73, 154 Griffin, Anne, 154 Groat, Sandra, 154 Gross, Jeffrey, 65, 87, 154 Haber, Gilbert, 87, 154 Halperin, Pamela, 154 Hancock, Richard, 154 Hansen, Carl, 83, 154 Harling, Theodore, 65, 154 Harris, David, 73 Harris, Jerome, 73, 154 Harris, Nan, 154 Harrison, Edward, 65, 73, 87, 154 Hawkins, Cheryl, 154 Heinsimer, James, 154 Helmers, Anne, 154 Henkel, Pamela, 154 Henricksen, Carol, Hessell, Charles, 65, 154 Hirsch, Lary, 154 Hoffman, Cheryl, 154 Hoglund, Sheron, 154 Holzman, Linda, 154 Howard, Joseph, 88, 154 Isaacson, Barry, 112, 154 Isenberg, Alan, 154 Ishizuka, Fred, 65, 154 Ivaz, Lynda, 90, 154 Jackson, Sally, 154 Jacobs, Fred, 82, 154 Jacobs, Lesley, 154 Jaffe, Susanl54 Janda, Georgia, 56, 154 Joachim, Florence, 56, 154 Joe Ison, Paul, 75, 82, 154 Johanson, Keith, 154 Johnson, Robert, 155 Josefson, Betty, 155 Joseph, Miriam, 155 Kabiller, Sharon, 155 Kagan, Ricki, 155 Kahn, Eve, 155 Kaiserman, Joyce, 155 Kaiz, Mark, 65, 155 Kales, Ronald, 155 Kalin, David, 65, 75, 155 Kalin, Glenn, 88, 155 Kalish, David, 82, 155 Kaluzm, Pamela, 155 Kamin, Margie, 90, 155 Kamin, Neal, 65, 87, 155 Kamin, She lley, 155 Kaplan, Deborah, 155 Kaplan, Errol, 155 Kaplan, Jeffrey, 73, 155 Kaplan, Michael, 155 Karras, Maxine, 155 Kassof, Mark, 155 Kavanaugh, Lucia, 155 Kellar, Peggy, 155 Kellman, Janis, 155 Kennedy, David, 155 Kenner, Jane, 155 Kesselman, Linda, 155 Kessler, Kerry, 155 King, Richard, 155 Kirchler, Joyce, 155 Kirshenbaum, Myma, 155 Kite, Barry, 65, 73, 155 Klein, Andra, 155 Klein, Ralph, 73, 155 Klingbeil, Mary; 155 Koinke, Karen, 155 Klinn, Lewis, 77, 155 Klott, Esther, 155 Kogan, Iris, 155 Kohn, David, 155 Kohn, Helen, 96, 155 224 Korn, Charlene, 155 Korn, Martin, 155 Kornblith, Sander, 155 Kostan, Susan, 155 Kraatz, Anne, 155 Kraatz, Martha, 155 Krahules, Kenneth, 155 Krasney, Barry, 155 Kraus, Alan, 155 Krauze, Sylvia, 155 Kreft, Dennia, 71, 155 Kreger, Suzanne, 155 Kritzler, David, 77, 82, 155 Kroger, Elliott, 155 Kroon, David, 65, 155 Krubiner, Robert, 155 Krum, David, 155 Kulman, Caryl, 155 Kurc, Gary, 112, 155 Kurland, Jeffrey, 47, 155 Lampert, Ruth, 47, 155 Landsberg, Alan, 155 Landsman, Lynda, 155 Lang, Louis, 155 Langhaus, Leslee, 155 Larson, Cora, 155 Larson, Jeffrey, 155 Lascoe, Linda, 155 Lash, Jeff, 155 Leaf, Faith, 155 Ledgerwood, Linda, 155 Lee, Richard, 155 Lefebre, Richard, 155 Lempert, Barry, 82, 155 Leven, Gary, 155 Levens, Jeffrey, 155 Levin, Joel, 71, 87 Levin, Robert, 155 Levin, Steven, 155 Levine, Alan, 155 Levine, Bonnie, 155 Levine, Irwin, 155 Levine, Michael, 155 Levinson, Eugene, 155 Levinson, Louis, 65, 71, 87, 155 Lewis, Elliot, 155 Lewis, Irving, 155 Liberman, Ben, 155 Lifton, Lloyd, 155 Linderman, Michael, 155 Linderman, Susan, 155 Lingel, Lillian, 155 Lipman, Jeffrey, 155 Lipson, Gary, 65, 155 Loewensteiner, Daniel, 88, 155 Loewy,Jack, 155 Look, Harvey, 77, 87, 155 Lorber, Howard, 155 Lorence, Linda, 155 Lunsik, Rachel, 155 Lutz, Bradley, 73, 155 Mack, Lynne, 155 Mages, Charles, 155 Mandl, Marc, 65, 156 March, Jerry, 156 Marcus, Charles, 87, 156 Marcus, Milary, 156 Marcus, Karen, 156 Marcus, Marc, 156 Marcus, Martin, 156 Margolis, Karen, 156 Marks, Jacqueline, 156 Marras, Patricia, 156 Martina, Rick, 65, 156 Marx, Nancy, 156 Mathews, Ava, 156 Matlin, Steven, 156 Mayron, Michael, 65, 156 Medor,Jack, 156 Melas, Cynthia, 47, 94, 156 Melcher, David, 77, 156 Meltzer, Jill, 156 Mendelsohn, Jill, 156 Messner, Susie, 156 Mevorah, Susan, 156 Meyers, Bheryl, 156 Miller, Anne, 156 Miller, Barry, 156 Miller, Joan, 156 Miller, Judith, 97, 156 Miller, Nadeen, 156 Miller, Richard, 65, 72, 156 Muller, Sharon, 156 Milner, Shellie, 156 Milstein, Alana, 156 Mishoulam, Irwin, 156 Mittelberg, Victor, 67, 73, 156 Mittenthal, Adriane, 156 Mizock, Mitchell, 156 Mizruchy, Donna, 156 Molitor, Michael, 156 Mondrowsky, Lael, 156 Moran, James, 75, 156 Moran, Susan, 156 Morgan, Nancy, 156 Morris, Alan, 156 Morrow, Patricia, 156 Moses, Bernadette, 96, 156 Moskivich, Leslie, 156 Mosoff, Phillip, 156 Munzer, Catherine, 156 Murray, Sally, 156 Muskatt, Karen, 96, 156 Muzio, Mark, 75, 156 Myerson, Ralph, 156 Myerson, Stephan, 156 Nachman, Lynn, 156 Nagai, Leslie, 156 Neiman, Steven, 156 Nelson, Robert, 156 Ness, James, 156 Netter, Maurice, 156 Neuberg, Debra, 156 Neukirch, Sandra, 156 Neville, Susan, 156 Newman, Barry, 156 Nicholas, Thomas, 156 Nilsson, Ann, 156 Nissenson, Robert, 87, 156 Nonberg, Sheri, 156 Norstrom, Robert, 156 Novick, Ellen, 156 Nusinow, Marilyn, 156 Oeschler, Linda, 156 Olitsky, Howard, 143, 156 Olkiewicz, Edward, 71, 83, 156 O ' Martin, Tony, 156 Oneill, Kathleen, 156 Orloff, Michael, 156 Ornstein, Steven, 156 Pahigianis, John, 156 Pappas, Charlotte, 156 Paugoulatos, Nicholas, 156 Paul, Pamela, 156 Pauly, Sharyce, 47, 156 Pearl, Barton, 156 Pearlman, Michael, 82, 156 Perelman, Michael, 156 Perlin, Jackie, 156 Perlman, Susan, 45, 47, 156 Petrone, Richard, 156 Peurye, Lloyd, 156 Phillips, Arthur, 156 Phillips, Linn, 156 Pietkowski, Charles, 156 Plotke, Clarissa, 156 Plotkin, Murray, 156 Plotkin, Steven, 67, 71, 77, 87, 156 Ponto, Gayle, 156 Portman, Michael, 156 Potnick, Jerry, 156 Potter, James, 87, 156 Powell, Marita, 142, 156 Powell, Robert, 65, 73, 87, 156 Powers, Dale, 156 Poznansky, Steven, 65, 73, 156 Press, Jeffrey, 156 Price, Eva, 156 Price, Janet, 156 Prince, Lee, 157 Procaccio, Judy, 157 Propp, Carole, 157 Prousis, Danae, 157 Quintanales, M. , 157 Rabin, Linda, 157 Rabin, Rhonda, 157 Rand, Raven, 157 Randall, Gregory, 157 Randall, Marcum, 157 Rasenick, Mark, 65, 87, 157 Rasof, Susan, 157 Ratner, Dheena, 91, 157 Redman, Rhonda, 157 Reich, Betty, 157 Reimer, Linda, 157 Reimer, Glenn, 87, 157 Repman, Rhonda, 157 Resselamn, Linda, 157 Ressman, Laura, 157 Richards, Robert, 157 Richardson, Shirley, 157 Riffkind, Michael, 75, 87, 157 Rissmann, William, 157 Rittberg, Barry, 157 Robins, Ellen, 45, 157 Robins, Thomas, 75, 157 Roden, Richard, 157 Rodkin, Loree, 157 Roitman, Alene, 157 Romanek, Elizabeth, 95, 157 Rose, Gina, 157 Rose man, Rene, 157 Rosen, Carolyn, 157 Rosen, John, 157 Rosen, Monica, 157 Rosen, Theodore, 157 Rosenbaum, Stephen, 73, 157 Rosenberg, Michael, 157 Rosenberg, Ronald, 76, 157 Rosenfeld, Alan, 47, 82, 157 Rosenthal, Saul, 157 Ross, Allan, 88, 157 Roston, Paul, 157 Rotberg, Eugene, 67, 73, 87, 157 Roth, Diane, 157 Roth, Eileen, 157 Roth, Norman, 157 Rothenberg, Barbara, 157 Rothenberg, Richard, 157 Rothman, Kerry, 157 Rothstein, Linda, 157 Rotkin, Arlene, 157 Ruben, Linda, 157 Ruben, Rebecca, 56, 157 Rubin, Barbara, 56, 157 Rubin, Judith, 157 Rubin, Michael, 56, 87, 157 Rubin, Roberta, 56, 157 Rubinstein, Gayle, 157 Rudman, Sherwin, 73, 157 Rumack, Ross, 157 Rushak off, Joel, 157 Sabin, Paul, 65, 157 Schnoff, Rita, 157 Sachsel, Amy, 157 Safier, Victoria, 157 Salter, Bradley, 157 Saltzberg, Bruce, 75, 87, 157 Samborski, Albert, 65, 157 Samelson, Stewart, 157 Sandrik, Janice, 157 Saunders, Alan, 157 Schabilion, Robert, 67, 87, 157 Schaeffer, Leonard, 47, 157 Schechter, Janice, 56, 157 Schlauch, Kathleen, 157 Schlesinger, Thomas, 157 Schmidt, Mark, 157 Schmitzer, Teryl, 157 Schneider, Carol, 157 Schneider, Helane, 157 Schoch, Linda, 157 Schoenburg, Larry, 157 Schultz, Ross, 65, 157 Schuhrke, Ronald, 157 Schullman, Daniel, 157 Schuman, Craig, 157 Schwartz, Eileen, 157 Scott, Barbara, 157 Seeskin, Gail, 157 Segal, Charlotte, 157 Seiden, Alan, 157 Seidenberg, Brad, 75, 157 Semrow, Kenneth, 67, 157 Sender, Arlene, 157 Serno atz, Dennis, 157 Serra, Joseph, 157 Settler, Daryl, 157 Shaevitz, Earl, 87, 157 Shafer, Scott, 157 Shallcross, Carol, 157 Shandler, Gail, 157 Shane, Deborah, 157 Shane, Philip, 71, 157 Shapiro, Joel, 157 Sharrock, Philip, 157 Shatney, Karen, 157 Shavii} Wylie, 157 Sher, Judith, 47, 157 Shiffman, Gary, 87, 157 Shuster, Michele, 157 Siegel, Judith, 157 Siegel, Michael, 158 Siegel, Sandra, 47, 97, 158 Siegel, Sheryl, 158 Silver, Frances, 158 Silverman, Gayle, 158 Silverman, Jay, 71, 158 Silverman, Steven, 75, 158 Silverstone, Sandra, 116, 158 Simon, Denise, 158 Simon, Robert, 65, 75, 158 Singer, Marlene, 158 Singer, Sheila, 158 Siskin, Judith, 158 Sjoholm, Linda, 158 Skaletsky, Gary, 158 Slotten, Barry, 76, 79, 158 Smaller, Gail, 158 Smith, Edward, 158 Smith, William, 75 Sneider, David, 87, 158 Sola, Jill, 158 Solock, Mark, 71, 87 Spear, William, 158 Spellman, Terry, 158 Spiro, Robert, 47, 158 Spores, Christine, 158 Starkopf, Lawrence, 65, 158 Statland, Joyce, 90 Steadman, Craig, 158 Stearns, Rosalie, 47, 158 Stearns, Thomas, 82, 87, 158 Stegmeyer, Susan, 158 Stein, Alex, 158 Stein, Betty, 45, 158 Stein, Cheryl, 158 Stein, Debra, 158 Stein, Elizabeth, 158 Stein, Ronald, 158 Steinert, Therese, 158 Stender, Karen, 158 Stemfeld, Diane, 56, 158 Steveley, Kip, 158 Stevens, Martha, 158 Stewart, William, 158 Stiller, Jon, 158 Stocker, Richard, 75, 158 Stolerow, Sandra, 158 Stoller, Robert, 71,87, 158 Stolman, Bonita, 96, 158 Stone, Frederick, 158 225 Stone, Kenneth, 158 Strom, Barbara, 158 Summer, Susanne,45, 158 Swanson, David, 158 Switkin, Jill, 158 Sykora, Margaret, 158 Sylvan, Steven, 67, 87, 158 Taendler, Gerald, 158 Talna, Dorothy, 158 Tarantur, Susan, 45, 158 Teitel, Diane, 158 Thomas, Richard, 158 Thompson, Marelyn, 158 Tiffin, Mary, 158 Towbin, Steve, 87, 158 Ullberg, Karen, 158 Valfer, Fern, 158 Vender, Jeffery, 75, 158 Vinikour, William, 158 Vonoppen, Lynda, 158 Vorona, Ronald, 158 Wagner, Jennifer, 158 Wald, Alexander, 158 Waldman, Gene, 65, 158 Wankovsky, Sylvia, 158 Warnke, Robert, 158 Wartell, Barbara, 158 Wasserman, Randye, 158 Watman, Adrienne, 158 Wauthier, Darlene, 158 Waxburg, Susan, 158 Waxier, Lynn, 47, 158 Waxman, Helen, 158 Webb, Laura, 158 Weichmann, Thomas, 158 Weil, Marcia, 159 We in, Mauren, 159 Weinberg, Karen, 90, 159 Weiner, Barbara, 159 Weiner, James, 159 Weiner, Jeff, 159 Weinman, Linda, 47, 159 Weinstein, Alan, 159 Weinstein, Susan, 45, 47, 159 Weisberg, Alan, 77, 159 Weisberger, Renee, 159 Weisman, Sheila, 124, 159 Weiss, Judy, 159 Weiss, Stuart, 159 Weissman, Rande, 159 Werfelmann, Roger, 159 Werner, Janet, 56, 159 Wershkoff, Judith, 159 White, James, 159 Wickman, Frederick, 159 Widrevitz, Gene, 159 Wilke, Alice, 159 Winer, Steven, 87, 88, 159 Wolfe, Jack, 159 Wolk, Paula, 159 Wolowitz, David, 87, 159 Yanow, Marc, 159 Yost, Lynda, 159 Young, Alan, 71, 83, 159 Zabore, Linda, 116, 159 Zarky, Barbara, 159 Zemer, Alan, 159 Zimmerman, Helen, 45, 159 Zolt, Rhonda, 159 Zucker, Marcia, 141, 159 SOPHOMORES Abramson, Wayne, 160 Ahonen, Geraldine, 160 Alleman, Steven, 77, 160 Alpern, Michael, 160 Alpert, Brian, 160 Anstadt, Neal, 160 Appelman, Arlene, 57, 160 Arcus, Robert, 160 Arenson, Esther, 160 Arenson, Gregory, 160 Arkin, Joseph, 76, 77, 160 Aronow, Michele, 160 Baigelman, Susan, 46, 160 Bailen, Dennis, 70, 87, 160 Bairn, Gary, 45, 160 Bain, Howard, 46, 160 Baker, David, 87, 160 Barach, Penny, 160 Baren, Barbara, 19, 160 Barnett, Howard, 160 Barnett, Jan, 75, 160 Barys, Robert, 67, 87, 160 Basile, Cynthia, 160 Basile, Marilyn, 160 Baskin, Neil, 64, 87, 160 Bass, Dennis, 160 Bauer, Rita, 160 Baumgartner, William, 74, 87, 160 Bay, Stefani, 160 Bayer, Katherine, 160 Beaver, Ellen, 53, 119, 120, 116 Becker, Allen, 64, 160 Becker, Cynthia, 160 Becker, Harlan, 160 Becker, Michelle, 160 Bedows, Stanley, 160 Beiner, Corey, 160 Belcher, James, 160 Benas, Tobey, 160 Bennett, Marlene, 160 Benson, Judith, 160 Berger, Gerald, 64, 120, 160 Berger, Michelle, 160 Bergeron, David, 87, 160 Berk, Faith, 160 Berkowitz, Rhona, 46, 115, 160 Bernat, Ellen, 56, 160 Bernstein, Albert, 87, 160 Bills, Randy, 64, 160 Bilton, Rivian, 160 Bittman, Ellyce, 160 Blacker, Donna, 160 Blaine, Susan, 160 Blitstein, Robert, 67, 87, 160 Bloch, Merry, 160 Block, Joel, 160 Block, Philip, 18, 160 Block, Richard, 160 Bobren, Allan, 160 Bodenstein, Randee, 160 Bofman, Henry, 64, 160 Bolotin, Benjamin, 160 Bonner, Jeffrey, 64, 70, 160 Boyer, Terri, 160 Brachman, Allan, 64, 160 Brady, Kathleen, 160 Braiman, Bonnie, 160 Brakman, Carl, 160 Bravi, Barbara, 160 Brenner, Esther, 160 Bresnik, Howard, 160 Bridge, Gayle, 160 Brod, Benita, 160 Brody, Ava, 45, 160 Brown, Donna, 160 Brown, Karen, 160 Brown, Linda, 45, 160 Buch, Henry, 160 Buch, Ira, 160 Budnik, Karen, 160 Burdeen, Diane, 160 Buzil, Garry, 70, 87, 160 Cairo, Rosemarie, 160 Calkins, Marcia, 160 Campana, Patricia, 160 Capettini, Kathleen, 97, 160 Caplan, Sheldon, 56, 83, 160 Carabine, Daniel, 160 Carroll, Mary, 160 Casbarian, Alan, 160 Chalfie, Edward, 75, 160 Chahnon, David, 76, 77, 160 Charman, Sally, 160 Chemers, Barbara, 160 Cheney, James, 160 Chojnowski, Joan, 46, 160 Citron, Sharon, 160 Clark, John, 160 Clauson, John, 160 Clay, Bruce, 160 Clauser, Daniel, 74, 160 Coconate, Ronald, 160 Cohen, Armand, 160 Cohen, David, 70, 84, 160 Cohen, Leland, 20, 160 Cohn, Allen, 160 Coleman, George, 160 Colker, Wesley, 75, 160 Comitor, Loren, 45, 77, 160 Comin, Dennis, 160 Conklin, Charles, 161 Cooper, Bambi, 161 Crane, Michael, 161 Czerwinski, Gail, 161 Dadigan, Steve, 161 Da Rosa, Gavin, 161 David, Ella, 161 Davidson, Roger, 161 Davis, Linda, 161 Davis, Mark, 74, 161 Day, Deborah, 161 Degraffenreid, James, 62, 63, 161 Delahuerga, Carmen, 161 Denn, Hollis, 161 Diamond, Thomas, 161 Dictor, Cary, 161 Dine, Susan, 161 Dissen, Michael, 56, 64, 77, 161 Divita, Rosemary, 161 Dobkin, Shelley, 161 Doering, Angela, 161 Dolitsky, Marlene, 52, 161 Dolnick, Arlene, 161 Doner, Helyn, 120, 161 Dorf, Roz, Lynn, 161 Doyen, Coralie, 161 Dragon, Helen, 161 Duffin, Helen, 161 Dunn, Vicki, 161 Dusz, Linda, 161 Dziabacinski, Chris, 161 Edelman, Ruth, 161 Edwards, Robert, 161 Ehrenberg, Gerri, 161 Eisenberg, Donna, 161 Ekstrom, Susan, 161 Elias, Victor, 161 Elkes, Roy, 161 Elliott, Robert, 161 Elvey, Sharyn, 161 Engen, Richard, 161 Engstrom, Karen, 104, 116, 161 Epstein, Maxine, 57, 161 Erdell, Robert, 64, 161 Evans, Monte, 161 Ewert, Richard, 161 Fassino, James, 87, 161 Fechter, Anita, 96, 161 Fedor, Ronald, 161 Feigen, Zaneta, 161 Feit, Jessica, 161 Feltman, Jeffrey, 77 Fdzer, Marsha, 161 Ferber, Bonnie, 161 Ferguson, Barbara, 116, 161 Ferri, Patricia, 161 Ferris, Ronald, 161 Fian, Mary, 161 Fine, Howard, 64, 161 Fine, Maxine, 161 Finger, Michael, 87, 161 Fink, Donald, 161 Finley, Sharon, 46 Fisch, Mark, 161 Fisher, Richard, 161 Fishman, Laurel, 161 Fix, Kathleen, 161 Forman, Barbara, 161 Frank, Joann, 161 Frazin, Jaclyne 161 Fried, Howard, 161 Friedman, Mark, 161 Friedman, Robert, 161 Friend, Carolyn, 161 Fryde, Carol, 161 Fuenfer, Mourene, 161 Gagerman, Iris, 161 Gale, Jeffrey, 120, 161 Gallai, James, 55, 161 Ganas, Darlene, 161 Gapastione, Ahthony, 161 Garb, Martin, 161 Geller Stacie, 161 Geman, Sheryl, 161 Gendelman, Jeffrey, 70, 87, 161 Gerarge, Joyce, 161 Gerber, Michael, 45, 46, 64, 161 Gershberg, Michael, 119, 120, 161 Gershenzon, Richard, 161 Gerowitz, Paula, 161 Gillio, Vickie, 120, 161 Gilman, Jerel, 161 Gilman, Steven, 161 Gilman, Steven, 161 Gilson, Ian, 161 Gitlis, Karyn, 161 Gittelson, Lisa, 161 Glenn, Cari, 161 Glutzer, Eileen, 161 Goldberg, Francine, 161 Goldberg, Barbara, 161 Goldberg, Ronald, 161 Goldberg, Rozlyn, 161 Goldberg, Susan, 18, 161 Goldman, Barbara, 161 Goldstein, Barbara, 161 Goldstein, Donald, 161 Goldstein, Howard, 161 Goodman, Sharon, 161 Gordon, Alan, 161 Gordon, Carol, 161 Gordon, Joseph, 18, 161 Gordon, Susan, 45, 116, 161 Gore, Carol, 45, 91, 161 Gore, Gayle, 161 Gough, Douglas, 162 Gould, Mark, 77, 162 Gould, Ruth, 56, 162 Graf man, Joyce, 162 Graifman, Mary, 162 Green, Joanne,162 Green, Sharon, 162 Greenberg, Charles, 162 Greenberg, Judith, 162 Greenberg, Sheryl, 162 Greene, Alan, 75, 162 Greenwald, Linda, 162 Griffin, Patrick, 162 Grist, William, 120, 162 Gross, Iris, 162 Grossman, Marshall, 162 Grossman, Sharon, 162 Grunow, Katherine, 95, 162 Gryn, Flora, 90, 91, 162 Guerrero, Kathleen, 90, 91, 95, 162 Gustafson, Paul, 64, 87, 162 Gutter, Andrew, 162 Halperin, Richard, 70, 87, 162 Hammerman, Jay, 162 Hamilton, Paula, 162 Handelman, Joellyn, 162 Harastany, Susan, 162 Harms, William, 64, 162 Harris, Harvey, 88, 162 Harris, Jean, 162 Harris, Julie, 162 Harrison, Lynne, 162 Hartmen, Glenn, 162 Haselton, Carolyn, 97, 162 226 Hartstein, Elliot, 46, 162 Haualand, Inger, 45, 162 Heckman, Barry, 82, 162 Heche, Paulette, 162 Heller, James, 74, 162 Helman, Joel, 162 Henich, Allen, 72, 162 Henkin, Rikki, 162 Herman, Anita, 162 Herman, David, 162 Herskovitz, Nancy, 162 Hill, Tammy, 46, 162 Hirsch, Sandra, 162 Hirsch, Terryl, 64, 87, 162 Hite, Linda, 162 Hock, Marcia, 162 Hoffman, Carole, 162 Hoffman, Melvin, 162 Hoffman, Rea, 162 Hofstetter, Donna, 162 Holmes, Anita, 116, 162 Holzman, Ira, 162 Horrigan, Toni, 16 Horwitz, Steve, 162 Howard, James, 162 Hrab, Daniel, 162 Huntley, Deborah, 162 Huss, Fred, 162 Ingersoll, Paul, 162 Israel, Diane, 162 Jacob, James, 76, 162 Jacobs, James, 162 Jacobs, Jeffrey, 75, 162 Jacobs, Joek, 162 Jacobson, Diana, 162 Jacobson, Marcia, 162 Jaet, David, 162 Janis, Richard, 162 Jenkins, Stuart, 162 Johnson, Diana, 162 Johnson, Gregory, 162 Johnson, Janet, 162 Johnson, Karen, 90, 96, 162 Jones, Kathy, 97, 162 Josephson, Charles, 162 Kabot, Karen, 162 Kadish, Steven, 46, 163 Kadow, Donette, 162 Kalins, Jacqueline, 163 Kalmanson, Janis, 163 Kammier, Karen, 95, 163 Kane, Mike, 163 Kanlan, Laurel, 163 Kanne, Marc, 163 Kaplan, Bonita, 163 Kaplan, Bruce, 163 Kaplan, Marc, 163 Kaplan, Richard, 163 Karkomi, Varda, 163 Karmel, Miriam, 163 Karol, Jeffrey, 64, 87, 163 Kascle, Marlene, 163 Kass, Karen, 163 Katz, Marshall, 163 Katz, Martin, 163 Katz, Susan, 163 Kaufman, Janis, 163 Kaufman, Ruth, 163 Kaufman, Michele, 163 Kay, Karyn, 163 Kay, Paul, 163 Kearney, Marsha, 163 Keep, Linda, 163 Kellman, Renee, 163 Kemp, Gloria, 163 Kertz, Dara, 163 Kesselman, Ronald, 163 King, Dawn, 163 Kliayman, Leonard, 46, 163 Klein, Alan, 56, 163 Klein, Mitchell, 84, 163 Koenig, Brenda, 163 Koch, Ronald, 163 Koff, Marcia, 163 Kogan, Martin, 163 Kopakin, Bonita, 163 Kotlisky, Michael, 46, 87, 163 Kovarsky, Rose, 163 Kovas, Patricia, 163 Kray, Sandra, 163 Kreger, Joel, 163 Kreisman, Michael, 163 Kreisman, Norman, 163 Kulwin, Jill, 163 Kurtz, Ronna, 163 Kutchins, Allen, 163 Kushnir, Barry, 163 Kushnir, Larry, 70, 163 Lachman, Shari, 163 Lake, Ronald, 70, 163 Lampert, Gary, 163 Lande, Gregg, 74, 163 Lanners, Peter, 67,87, 163 Larsen, Paul, 67, 163 Larsen, Steven, 163 Larson, Larry, 83, 163 Lash, Martin, 163 Lassin, Thomas, 163 Lawrenz, Carl, 163 Lazar, Mark, 76, 79, 82 Lazar, Walter, 67, 163 Lazare, Louis, 163 Lazarus, Paul, 86, 163 Lebow, Madalyn, 163 Lecomte, John, 87, 119, 120, 163 Ledgerwood, Larry, 163 Lee, Ruthann, 163 Lee, Susan, 163 Leifer, Jan, 163 Lemonds, William, 64, 87, 163 Lenhardt, Franz, 64, 87, 163 Leon, Jay, 163 Leon, Steven, 163 Leopold, Norman, 163 Lesick, Kenneth, 77, 163 L evin, Davida, 163 Levin, Joel, 163 Levin, Norman, 163 Levine, Barry, 163 Levine, Harold, 163 Levine, Judith, 163 Levine, Marcia, 163 Levitan, Marcia, 46, 163 Levy, Ann, 163 Levy, Barbara, 163 Lewis, Donna, 163 Liebman, Richard, 75, 163 Lind, Cary, 163 Lindley, Gary, 163 Lipin, Niles, 87, 163 Lome, Adrien, 163 London, Michelle, 163 Lubowich, Donald, 72, 163 Ludmer, Alan, 163 Lundsberg, Richard, 163 Lutren, Wendie, 163 Macaluso, Lee, 163 Machacek, William, 64, 163 Maday, Barbara, 163 Maki, Dennis, 45, 87, 163 Malfar, Harlan, 75, 163 Malitz, Roger, 120, 163 Manna, Ross, 163 Marc, Peggy, 163 March, Judi, 163 Marcus, Barbara, 53, 56, 163 Marshall, Richard, 163 Martish, Thomas, 163 Marx, Susan, 163 Masorweh, Vadera, 164 Mayfield, Richard, 164 May, Susan, 164 vMayer, Mark, 76, 164 Mayzel, Dave, 70, 87, 164 McWilliams, Francis, 164 Medoff, Norman, 82, 164 Meerstein, Karl, 64, 73, 164 Mehl, Steven, 87, 164 Mehlman, Susan, 164 Melamed, Harvey, 164 Meltzer, Iris, 164 Meltzer, Judith, 164 Meyer, Bruc e, 64, 164 Mermelstein, Susan, 97, 164 Merritt, Dian, 164 Meyers, Mark, 164 Meyers, Roberta, 164 Miller, Sheryl, 164 Mills, Dale, 164 Miner, Lawrence, 70, 164 Mishkin, Rita, 164 Murphy, Susan, 164 Moore, Roger, 164 Mosoff, Ronald, 164 Mullins, Robert, 164 Multack, Ronna, 164 Myerson, Susan, 164 Nachman, Elaine, 46, 164 Nastos, John, 164 Nastos, Kay, 164 Nelson, Kenneth, 74, 164 Nelson, Linda, 164 Neuman, Robert, 87, 164 Neumann, Vera, 164 Nielsen, Daniel, 87, 164 Nielsen, William, 70 Nilsson, Linda, 164 Niman, Henry, 164 Nineberg, Darlene, 164 Nitti, Richard, 64, 70, 87, 164 Nixon, Karen, 164 Norberg, John, 64, 70, 87, 164 Nudelman, Lee, 164 Offenbach, Barry, 164 Oram, Paul, 87, 164 Oroark, Robert, 164 Ostrom, Gregory, 164 Pardo, Larry, 76, 80, 164 Paris, Miles, 64, 87, 164 Pate, Steve, 64, 70, 87, 167 Paul, Iris, 46, 164 Paul, Jerome, 64, 164 Pauss, William, 64, 164 Pearlman, Deborah, 164 Pepper, David, 72, 164 Perelgut, Karen, 164 Perlman, Frances, 164 Pestine, Susan, 164 Pestine, Toni, 164 Peterson, Roger, 64, 87 Petts, Allen, 75, 164 Pierini, Kenneth, 164 Pietkowski, Anna, 164 Pinas, Zachary, 64, 164 Pitrack, Howard, 164 Pogodin, Bonita, 164 Polakoff, Lisa, 164 Polen, Steve, 164 Polster, Richard, 164 Pontecore, Ronald, 62, 63, 73, 89,164 Porter, Renee, 164 Portman, Herchel, 87, 164 Potish, Herbert, 164 Pozan, Roy, 164 Preker, Saul, 164 Proft, John, 164 Rabin, Gregory, 164 Rabin, Harvey, 164 Rabin, Ronald, 46, 164 Radzin, Bruce, 164 Randall, Stephanie, 164 Rapper, Ronald, 76, 78, 81, 164 Rasnick, Susan, 164 Rathmann, James, 20, 67, 164 Ratsman, Linda, 164 Redlin, Lorraine, 164 Reed, Robert, 164 Reese, Jay, 164 Reinwald, Daniel, 164 Remenik, Phyllis, 164 Revzen, Ruth, 164 Reynolds, Renee, 164 Ricci, Steven, 87, 164 Rice, Sheri, 46, 164 Richardson, Paula, 164 Robinson, Amy, 164 Rockowitz, Lynne, 164 Ronan, William, 64, 73, 87, 164 Rosen, Allan, 164 Rosen, James, 164 Rosen, Marion, 164 Rosenberg, Elyse, 164 Rosenbloom, Harriet, 164 Rosenfield, Fled, 46, 164 Rosenthal, Rochelle, 56, 164 Rosenwald, Michael, 67, 164 Ross, David, 164 Rotfeld, Helene, 164 Roth, Ricky, 164 Rottner, Sally, 164 Rovell, Michael, 83, 164 Rowe, Diane, 164 Rudiick, Cliff, 67, 87, 164 Rukin, Martin, 165 Ryaq Dennis, 20, 46, 165 Ryback, Linda, 165 Rygielski, George, 165 Saey, Robert, 165 Saletra, Gayle, 165 Salomon, Jane, 165 Sasenick, Dave, 165 Sawitz, Michael, 64, 72, 87, 165 Schacht, Jeffrey, 64, 73, 87, 165 Schaller, Scott, 165 Scharaga, Martin, 165 Schatz, Lisa, 165 Schatzman, Susan, 165 Schectman, Janis, 18, 165 Schechtman, Melvin, 165 Scher, Charles, 165 Schlesinger, Lee, 165 Schmidt, Diane, 165 Schmidt, Robert, 165 Schneider, Michael, 165 Schneider, Suzanne, 165 Schneider, Walter, 165 Schneiderman, Myra, 165 Schoepko, Patricia, 165 Schrier, Marjorie, 46, 165 Schubert, Kenneth, 165 Schultz, Susan, 165 Schultz, John, 165 Schuman, Wendy, 165 Schwander, Carol, 165 Schwartz, Charles, 64, 87, 165 Schwartz, Ellen, 165 Schwartz, Joseph, 46, 165 Schwarz, Mark, 87, 165 Schweet, Sherry, 165 Segal, Barry, 165 Segal, Joel, 76, 165 Seigel, Warren, 165 Senger, Vemer, 165 Seruya, Allan, 165 Shaevitz, Michael, 165 Shaffer, Caroline, 93, 165 Shain, Gayle, 165 Shallcross, Richard, 64, 165 Shapera, Ellen, 165 Shapiro, Marlene, 165 Shea, William, 165 Sher, Michael, 165 Sherman, Iris, 165 Sherman, Karen, 165 Sherman, Vivian, 45, 165 Shiffman, Sandra, 165 Shonkwiler, Nancy, 46, 116, 139,165 Shor, Marilyn, 165 Shulman, Joyce, 165 Shuman, Robert, 64, 165 227 Siegel, Howard, 87, 165 Siegel, Robert, 165 Siegel, Scott, 64, 73, 87, 165 Siegman, Joanne, 57, 165 Silberstein, Lili, 165 Silver, Vicky, 165 Silverman, Charles, 165 Simon, Jill, 165 Singer, Sheila, 165 Sizemore, Linda, 165 Skerven, Patricia, 165 Skol, David, 116, 165 Skolnik, Linda, 165 Skolnik, Robert, 165 Slutzky, Jay, 119, 120, 165 Smith, Jeffrey, 165 Smith, Richard, 165 Smith, Sue, 140, 165 Snedeker, Adele, 120, 165 Solberg, Gail, 165 Solomon, Howard, 165 Solomon, Mark, 82, 165 Sonheim, Anice, 165 Sonkin, Linda, 166 Sogr, Tom, 166 Sostrin, Jack, 166 Spiegel, Carol, 166 Spitzer,Jeff, 64, 187 Spohr, Herbert, 166 Stadelmann, Jean, 166 Stein, Lynn, 166 Stein, Paula, 46 Stein, Renee, 166 Steinberg, Dale, 64, 166 Steinberg, Sharyn, 166 Steinhardt, Robert, 120, 166 Stender, Paul, 166 Stern, Paula, 166 Stevens, Deborah, 166 Stevens, Linda, 166 Stluka, Thomas, 166 Stoken, Benjamin, 166 Stolerow, Steven, 120, 166 Struck, James, 87, 166 Strull, Karen, 166 Strunk, Harvey, 166 Sucherman, Edward, 82, 166 Sutton, Alan, 70, 84, 166 Swartwout, Susan, 166 Sweetow, Robert, 46, 64, 166 Swenson, Diane, 97, 166 Swider, Marcia, 19, 46, 166 Sykora, Mary, 166 Tannen, Michele, 166 Tannenbaum, Deidre, 166 Tannebaum, Larry, 87, 166 Tax, Audrie, 166 Teichman, Wendy, 166 Terchin, Terry, 166 Tiffin, John, 166 Tincher, Larry, 166 Tobin, Mark, 166 Tomlinson, Sheldon, 166 Tonelli, Nancy, 166 Trauger, Joel, 166 Tripp, James, 87, 166 Trobe, Peter, 64, 88, 166 Tselekis, Fotenie, 166 Upin, Ira, 64, 72, 166 Urman, David, 166 Uzemack, Edward, 87, 120, 140, 166 Van, Steven, 166 Vanommering, Kenneth, 67, 116, 166 Varallo, James, 166 Vega, Anita, 92, 166 Vihon, Brian, 166 Waldfogel, Ruth, 113, 166 Walsh, Stephen, 166 Wanaski, Catherine, 116, 166 Ward, Darina, 53, 166 Ware, Kathleen, 166 Warren, Linda, 166 Waysdorf, Karen, 79, 166 Weber, John, 46, 75, 166 Weber, Steven, 166 Weber, Warren, 166 Weichmann, John, 166 Weidinger, Frank, 166 Weiner, Alan, 166 Weiner, Barbara, 166 Weiner, David, 166 Weintraub, Philip, 166 Weisman, Judith, 166 Weiss, Sanford, 166 Weissman, Allen, 166 Weissmai} Frederick, 166 Weisz, Arlene, 142, 166 Weitzmon, Craig, 166 Wells, Dale, 166 Wells, Diane, 166 Wenger, Betty, 166 Wentink, Allan, 62, 64, 88, 166 Wichert, Donald, 75, 116, 166 Widman, Stuart, 64, 70, 87, 166 Wieska, Roger, 116, 166 Wilhelmson, Nancy, 166 Williams, Mark, 166 Wiser, William, 62, 166 Witcher, Linda, 166 Witkov, Michael, 166 Witkov, Michael, 166 Wolff, Anita, 166 Wolpoff, Barry, 75, 166 Wood, Kenneth, 166 Yagoda, Rosalyn, 166 Yelner, Bonnie, 166 Young, Lonne, 166 Ziegler, Steve, 166 Zindell, Steven, 45, 77, 166 Zucker, Fern, 19, 166 Zweig, Elissa, 166 JUNIORS Aboav, Gizella, 167 Abrams, Wendy, 167 Abt, Joan, 167 Adams, David, 167 Agoranos, George, 48, 86, 167 Akerlund, Linda, 167 Andalman, David, 167 Anderson, Douglas, 120, 167 Anderson, Wayne, 167 Applin, Diane, 120, 167 Arndt, Bonnie, 167 Atkin, Barbara, 52, 167 Avon, Louis, 167 Babetch, Renee, 167 Babis, Barbara, 167 Baer, Roger, 167 Bairn, Howard, 48, 167 Balas, Glenn, 86, 167 Balkin, Claudia, 56, 167 Barnett, Bruce, 167 Barnett, Edward, 86, 167 Barnow, Burt, 167 Baron, Lawrence, 56, 167 Barringer, Dean, 167 Baumann, Robert, 62, 167 Baumgarten, Darlene, 52, 56, 167 Bearak, Seymour, 167 Becker, Ilene, 167 Becker, Linda, 167 Becker, Steve, 167 Becker, Rita, 167 Bell, Maris, 167 Bell, Mark, 167 Belue, Evelyn, 167 Benjamin, Anita, 167 Benjamin, Mary, 167 Berger, Arthur, 72, 167 Berger, Corwyn, 31, 167 Berger, Marilyn, 56 Berke, Ricki, 167 Berk man, Howard, 167 Berkson, Dennis, 68, 168 Berkson, Edward, 168 Bernstein, Meryl, 168 Bernstein, Stanley, 168 Biss, Francee, 168 Blackman, Wendy, 168 Bloom, Kurt, 168 Bloomberg, Alan, 168 Blumberg, Joel, 168 Blumenfeld, Freddie, 168 Bluste in, Jacquelyn, 168 Bobren, Ilene, 19, 57, 90, 168 Bolnick, Bonnie, 168 Bonow, James, 54, 168 Boren, Maureen, 168 Bo tner, Johnny, 168 oukas, James, 168 oyer, Helene, 168 Boyer, Sherry, 168 Brainin, Andrea, 45, 168 Brandel, Lynn, 168 Brenner, Larry, 168 Bricker, Helen, 168 Brody, Michelle, 90 Brookens, Bob, 168 Brown, Barbara, 168 Brown, Jill, 168 Brown, Mary, 168 Buehlman, Glenn, 168 Bush, Ellen, 168 Bushier, Faye, 168 Cabot, Edward, 48, 168 Cahn, Barbara, 168 Capitel, Susan, 168 Capsuto, Linda, 168 Carlson, Susan, 124, 168 Carren, Howard, 168 Carter, Diana, 168 Casbarian, Carol, 168 Catellier, Mary, 168 Cavanaugh, Robert, 168 Cech, John, 74, 168 Chaitkin, Stuart, 56, 168 Chalfie, Martin, 48, 74, 168 Cheney, Barbara, 168 Chertack, Neil, 51, 62, 84, 89, 168 Chemer, Dale, 168 Cheszek, Andrea, 168 Chrastka, Keith, 168 Ciszewski, George, 168 Clothier, Leslie, 168 C off ell, Thelma, 168 Cohen, Darryl, 66, 168 Cohen, Eileen, 168 Cohen, Marcia, 90, 91, 168 Cohen, Mark, 168 Cohen, Sherry, 168 Cohen, Susan, 168 Cohn, Robert, 18, 19, 168 Cohn, Ronald, 18, 168 Coleman, Thomas, 48, 62, 89, 168 Cooper, Cheryl, 168 Corman, Caryn, 168 Covitt, Adriane, 168 Curtis, Judith, 168 Czerniak, Donald, 117, 168 Czerniak, Deanna, 168 Daar, Ellen, 168 Dahm, Dolores, 168 Davalle, Suzanne, 168 Davidson, Leon, 168 Davis, Glenn, 68, 168 Davis, John, 76, 81, 168 David, Mark, 83, 168 Decarl, Geraldine, 168 Diamond, He lane, 168 Diaz, Bertica, 56, 168 Diesterheft, Shirlee, 52, 168 Dolgin, Janis, 168 Donile, Daniel, 72, 168 Doruff, Donna, 168 Douglas, William, 62, 83, 168 Dowlin, William, 62, 83, 168 228 Dragon, Barry, 70, 168 Drawbaugh, William, 120, 168 Drell,Judy, 168 Duboff, Scott, 44, 62 Dubrow, Dennis, 168 Duf fin, Jeanette, 124, 168 Dulkin, Linda, 45, 168 Dworkin, Robert, 168 Earlix, Lawrence, 168 Ebbert, Jim, 168 Edelman, David, 168 Edelman, Phyllis, 168 Edidin, Gary, 168 Eisenberg, Ellen, 168 Elkins, Linda, 168 Epstein, Ira, 168 Epstein, Lynn, 23, 168 Esia, James, 168 Ewing, David, 62, 63, 72, 89, 168 Ezra, Robert, 168 Fabian, Lawrence, 44, 51 Farber, Bernard, 168 Farber, Linda, 168 Farber, Sandra, 168 Feder, Alvin, 45, 133, 168 Feder, Karen, 168 Freedman, Suzanne, 33, 169 Feldman, Glenn, 168 Feldman, Marsha, 168 Feldman, Paula, 124, 168 Feldner, Iris, 169 Feng, Joseph, 18, 88, 169 Ferdman, Sherry, 18, 169 Feinstein, Karyn, 168 Ficks, Larry, 169 Fields, Stephen, 62, 169 Fisher, Donald, 169 Flammang, Reid, 86, 169 Fleck, Kathy, 169 Flicht, Michelle, 48, 133, 169 Frank, Donna, 169 Frank, Ira, 120, 169 Frank, Linda, 119, 169 Freeling, Mary, 169 Friedman, Harriet, 169 Friedman, Barbara, 169 Friedman, Bette, 169 Friedman, Farrel, 169 Friedman, Lynda, 169 Gabbey, Karl, 83, 169 Gaffen, Sheldon, 169 Gail, Steven, 169 Gale, Linda, 169 Galowich, Gordon, 169 Garbo, Richard, 169 Garcia, Carlos, 169 Gardiner, Robert, 66, 89, 169 Gay, John, 62, 86, 169 Gelfand, Arnold, 169 Gelfand, Ruth, 169 Geltner, Barbara, 169 Geman, Kaye, 169 Gent, Jeffrey, 66, 89, 137, 169 Gerber, Alan, 76, 80, 169 Gersh, Mari, 19, 169 Gilbert, Rita, 169 Gilbert, Steven, 169 Gilhooley, Mark, 72, 169 Gillie, Margaret, 169 Ginger, Edward, 62, 169 Glassner, Lorel, 90, 91, 169 Glazer, Sherry, 169 G lenzer, Howard, 169 Gobos, Peter, 169 Gold, John, 169 Gold, Steven, 89, 169 Goldberg, Mark, 169 Goldman, Joel, 25, 169 Goldstein, Joseph, 169 Goodfriend, Robert, 169 Goodman, Michael, 48, 169 Goodman, Patricia, 169 Goodman, Wilma, 169 Gordon, Lynn, 169 Graf, Dorothea, 57, 169 Graham, James, 169 Grandinetti, Linda, 169 Grant, Linda, 169 Greenberg, Alvin, 56 Greenberg, David, 56, 169 Greenberg, Eileen, 144, 169 Greene, Michael, 74, 169 Greeneberg, Daniel, 169 Greenwald, Steven, 56, 169 Grimson, Linda, 19, 90, 169 Guerrero, Cynthia, 91, 169 Gunderson, Gregory, 66, 67, 84, 89, 131, 169 Gustafson, Karen, 116, 117, 169 Gustin, Sandra, 169 Hagerty, Suellen, 169 Hagio, Kunio, 169 Harman, Paul, 169 Harmening, Ann, 99, 169 Harrington, James, 74, 169 Harris, Michael, 169 Harris, Synthia, 160 Harrison, Barbara, 20,48, 169 Hartleb, Peter, 169 Haskin, Stephen, 169 Hass, Rosalyn, 169 Hayes, Kay, 117, 169 Henner, Mark, 169 Herwitt, Donna, 169 Herzeg, Allyson, 169 Hibbard ? Sheila, 169 Hill, Cynthia, 169 Hoffberg, Lynn, 169 Hoffman, Diane, 169 Hoffman, Paul, 169 Hoke, Gordon, 74, 124, 169 Holcombe, Barbara, 169 Holland, Ellen, 52, 169 Horvitz, Barbara, 169 Hulburt, John, 169 Idelman, Steven, 68, 86, 169 Isaacson, Kenneth, 72, 169 Ivaz, Rick, 169 Jacobs, Judith, 169 Jacobson, Allan, 169 Jacobson, Leslie, 48, 169 Janis, Geraldine, 169 Janisch, Mary, 140, 169 Janson, Michael, 84, 116, 117, 169 Jarol, Glenn, 68, 89, 169 Jeffries, Larry, 169 Johnson, Craig, 120, 169 Johnson, Lawrence, 169 Johnson, Nancy, 169 Johnson, Susan, 169 Johnston, Diane, 169 Joseph, Charles, 169 Julius, James, 169 Jungwirth, Daniel, 169 Jurek, Glenn, 74, 169 Kadison, Judy, 19,96, 170 Kaiserman, Carol, 170 Kaltman, Elayne, 170 Kammier, Daniel, 170 Kamps, Janis, 99, 133, 170 Kanton, Eunice, 170 Kaplan, Bruce, 170 Kaplan, Gary, 170 Kaplan, Judith, 170 Kaplan, Laurie, 56, 170 Kaplan, Mark, 170 Kaplan, Rosalyn, 170 Karlin, Seymour, 170 Karlson, Kenneth, 86, 170 Karol, Arthur, 116, 117, 170 Karp, Michael, 170 Kassin, Michael, 45, 142, 170 Katz, Deborah, 170 Katz, Jeffrey, 170 Katz, Larry, 170 Kavitt, Richard, 170 Kearney, Susan, 170 Kelin, Robert, 170 Kellar, Lynn, 120, 170 Keller, Barbara, 170 Kessel, Renee, 170 Kim, Bertha, 170 Kite, Francie, 170 Kite, Sherwin, 170 Kiviluoma, Lynne, 90, 91, 170 Klehr, Judith, 18, 170, 173 Klein, Jeffrey, 117, 170 Klein, Laura, 170 Klein, Marc, 170 Klein, Paul, 170 Kleinman, Maureen, 170 Klinghoffer, Melvin, 170 Knaizer, Maurice, 170 Knudsen, Timothy, 66, 120, 170 Koe,Janeen, 170 Koch, Robert, 68, 170 Kogan, Henry, 170 Konrad, Raya, 170 Korman, Thomas, 120, 170 Kornelly, Doug, 66, 68,69, 84, 89, 131, 170 Korta, Barbara, 170 Kossof, Linda, 170 Kost, Sandra, 170 Koval, Joel, 170 Kovin, Sherry, 170 Krasner, Roberta, 170 Kraus, Gary, 170 Kreft, Keith, 120, 170 Kreis, Dale, 170 Krupp, Isabel, 52, 170 La Bolle, Patricia, 170 Lampert, Dennis, 170 Lange, Jeffrey, 83, 170 Lannutti, Julianne, 170 Larson, Kristine, 170 Laskin, Lynne, 170 Lauter, Dennis, 170 Lawler, Judith, 170 Lawrence, Herbert, 170 Lazaar, Donald, 86, 170 LeFebre, Joan, 170 Leff, Donna, 170 Leifer, Maureen, 170 Leogrande, Jeanette, 170 Leon, Marc, 170 Lepoff, Sydelle, 170 Letzkus, Albert, 170 Levin, Bill, 170 Levin, Dale, 170 Levin, Lorin, 170 Levin, Stewart, 170 Levin, Vicki, 170 Levinson, Carol, 170 Levitan, Kenneth, 48, 170 Levy, Gale, 170 Levy, Myma, 171 Levy, Stephen, 171 Lewin, Roberta, 171 Lichtenstein, Earl, 62, 89, 171 Liebenstein, Iris, 171 Lifton, Linda, 171 Lipke, Marsha, 171 Lipman, Stewart, 70, 171 Lippert, Jeffrey, 171 Liss, Edward, 119, 120, 171 Liss, Geoffrey, 171 Liss, Robert, 171 Lissner, Steven, 88, 171 Lodal, Shirley, 171 Loeser, Dennis, 171 Lofty, Donald, 74, 171 Lome, Charles, 171 Lome, Marcia, 171 Lowy, Richard, 171 Lubeznik, Paul, 113, 171 Lubor, Paula, 171 Luther, Mary, 171 McClellan, Thomas, 171 Machacek, Robert, 72, 89, 171 Malis, Judy, 171 Mailer, Mark, 171 Manelis, Leon, 18, 171 Mann, David, 171 Manna, Fred, 171 Mantell, Carol, 171 Marks, Susan, 171 Marshall, Georgeann, 171 Marta, Eileen, 171 Mason, Ronald, 171 Massey, Joseph, 83, 171 Maurizi, Dennis, 171 Medintz, Amy, 171 Me inhardt, Jerome, 171 Melnick, Leslie, 171 Messner, Steven, 171 Meyer, Burton, 171 Meyerhoff, Jerome, 31,48, 171 Micari, Vincent, 171 Michael, Kathy, 171 Michonski, James, 171 Migdow, Andrea, 171 Miller, Christina, 171 Miller, Julye, 45, 171 Miller, Mary, 171 Miller, Nadine, 171 Millman, Jay, 82, 119, 120 Minkus, Sandra, 171 Moir, Daryl, 171 Moir, Linda, 171 Monhardt, Lois, 171 Morgan, Jean, 171 Mosoff, Mark, 171 Mueller, Cheryl, 171 Mueller, Jerin, 171 Myers, Bruce, 171 Myers, David, 171 Nadler, Fern, 19, 22, 90, 1 1 Naftulin, Lmda, 171 Nelson, Harrese, 171 Nelson, Kendra, 171 Nelson, Linda, 116, 171 Nemkov, Melvin, 51, 74, 171 Ness, Robert, 171 Nessel, Edward, 171 Neubauer, Sharon, 171 Neumeister, Janis, 171 Nidetz, Philip, 171 Nieder, Marilyn, 45, 171 Nigut, William, 48, 51, 62, 63, 87,88, 137, 171 Nix, Joan, 171 Noesen, Ellen, 171 Nortman, Jack, 171 Notarius, Denise, 171 Novelli, Karen, 48, 171 Null, Michael, 171 Ocrant, Joseph, 171 Oehlberg, Susan, 171 Oher, Romis, 48, 171 Ohlson, Sandra, 92, 171 Olefsky, Leslie, 171 One ill, June, 171 Orbach, Donna, 45, 171 Orlov, Paul, 48, 171 Oroark, Joseph, 171 Ostapowicz, Lorraine, 171 Panitch, Morrene, 171 Pankey, Carla, 171 Papier, Joseph, 171 Paradise, Mitchell, 66, 84, 171 Pardo, Sandra, 92, 171 Paul, Glenn, 51, 62, 63,68 Paul, Marcia, 45, 96, 171 Pearlman, Murray, 171 Pederson, Robert, 171 Perkins, Duane, 171 Pernitz, Linda, 171 Peterson, William, 54, 88, 171 Petts, Louis, 171 Phillips, Sandra, 171 Phillips, Susan, 19, 171 Poindexter, Frederick, 74, 171 Poklop, James, 171 Ponto, Allen, 171 Port, Be nay, 171 Posner, Kenneth, 171 Potter, Mary, 171 Powell, Andrea, 171 Powell, Helen, 171 Powell, Linda, 52, 171 Powers, John, 70, 172 Primack, Harold, 172 Prousis, Michael, 70, 86, 172 Prytikin, Morton, 72, 172 Rabin, Arnold, 172 Rabin, Larry, 172 Rachelson, Julie, 172 Racine, Nancy, 172 Rakowski, Edward, 172 Ramsay, Cheryl, 172 Raphael, Linda, 90, 91, 172 Rasmussen, Dale, 172 Rasmussen, Rexene, 172 Ravelette, Gilbert, 68, 86, 87, 172 Reese, Evelyn, 172 Reimer, William, 172 Resterhouse, Grant, 172 Reuter, Gary, 172 Reynolds, Charles, 62, 63, 172 Rhodes, Nancy, 172 Rich, Gregory, Louis, 172 Richardson, Douglas, 172 Richman, Robin, 44, 142, 167 Riffkind, Janet, 172 Riggs, Leslie, Ann, 172 Riotto, Mary, 172 Rivard, Charlene, 172 Rivkin, Richard, 172 Robin, Martin, 172 Roberts, Muriel, 172 Robins, Samuel, 172 Robinson, Jacqueline, 172 Romanek, Howard, 172 Rose, Harvey, 172 Rosen, Barbara, 172 Rosen, Harold, 172 Rosen, Judy, 172 Rosen, Linda, 48, 172 Rosenbaum, Peggy, 172 Rosenfield, Audrey, 172 Rosenthal, Stephen, 172 Rosenzweig, Steven, 56, 172 Ross, Gary, 172 Roston, Mitchell, 172 Roth, Ronald, 172 Rothschild, Edward, 172 Rothstein, Rodney, 172 Rothstein, Vera, 172 Rotkin, Gilbert, 115, 172 Rowe, Carol, 172 Rubinstein, Cynthia, 53, 172 Rubenstein, Eileen, 172 Rubin, James, 48, 172 Rubin, Philip, 172 Rubin, Steven, 172 Rubinstein, Joel, 172 Rudnit, Jean, 172 Rukin, Steven, 172 Russell, Kenneth, 172 Ruttenberg, Robert, 172 Sachs, Janice, 172 Sachsel, Harriet, 172 Safron, Daniel, 172 Salstone, Sande,20, 110, 133, 172 Salzman, Bonnie, 172 Samelson, Jerry, 86, 172 Sanders, Linnea, 117, 172 Sanfillipo, Diane, 172 Santner, Jeanne, 172 Sapoznik, Maurice, 48, 62, 63, 72, 134, 172 Saunders, Philip, 120, 172 Savitz, Lenore, 172 Saxonberg, Fred, 172 229 Scharf, John, 172 Schaller, Stuart, 172 Shachtman, Charlyn, 172 Schafer, Janet, 172 Schatz, Richard, 66 , 89, 172 Shavitz, Donna, 120, 172 Schiewe, Robert, 172 Schlesinger, Jim, 86 Schlesinger, Stephen, 172 Schnable, Marcy, 172 Schneider, Barbara, 172 Schneider, Sharon, 172 Schoeller, Barry, 62, 63, 70, 84, 89, 172 Schriar, Diane, 172 Schriar, Diane, 172 Schumir, Howard, 172 Schuldiner, Phyllis, 172 Schultz, Bonnie, 172 Schuttler, Thomas, 172 Schwartz, Nancy, 172 Schwanke, Susan, 172 Schwegel, Leone, 172 Secore, William, 172 Seeskin, Kenneth, 16,23, 51,141, 172 Seiden, Glenn, 172 Sells, Renee, 29, 172 Settler, Bernard, 172 Semovitz, Susan, 172 Shaffer, Ronald, 62, 63, 70, 86 , 172 Shamberg, Robert, 172 Shane, Alan, 172 Shapiro, Allen, 172 Shapiro, Gail, 45, 172 Shapiro, Linda, 172 Shapiro, Paul, 172 Shapiro, Susan, 120, 172 Shefsky, Bonnie, 117, 172 Shefsky, Harold, 172 Sherer, Sheila, 172 Sherman, Lowell, 172 Siegel, Arnold, 172 Siegel, Donald, 63, 70, 89, 173 Siegel, Linda, 173 Siegel, Mark, 173 Siegel, Ronald, 82, 173 Siegel, Sharon, 173 Siemsen, Sandra, 173 Silber, Michael, 86 Silton, Marilyn, 18, 105, 110, 173 Silveretein, Arthur, 86 , 173 Silverstein, Mike, 173 Simon, Gary, 173 Simon, Nadine, 173 Simon, Naomi, 173 Simons, Pamela, 173 Singer, Linda, 173 Skora, Lonnie, 173 Smart, John, 51, 62, 72, 173 Smith, Glenn, 86 , 173 Smith, Madeline, 173 Smith, Nadine, 173 Smith, Shari, 120, 173 Smyth, Patricia, 173 Sneider, Sheryl, 173 Snider, Michael, 173 Soell, Melody, 173 Sokol, Meyer, 117, 173 Sola, Jane, 173 Solberg, Glenn, 68 , 69, 173 Solomon, Paul, 48, 173 Sonn, Joanne, 22, 25, 53, 115,173 Sorosky, Bari, 173 Spagat, Donna, 48, 173 Spector, Allan, 18, 173 Sperling, Andrea, 173 Spores, Andrew, 83 Stahlke, Christian, 66 , 89, 131, 173 Stam, Maxine, 173 Stann, Ken, 173 Stauffer, Carolyn, 96, 173 Steadman, Candace, 173 Steffens, Pamela, 173 Stein, Alan, 173 Stein, Kenneth, 173 Steinberg, Robert, 173 Steinberg, Diane, 173 Steiner, Ca rol, 173 Steinert, Dale, 173 Stern, Ralph, 119, 120, 173 Stern, Stephen, 173 Stiber, Paula, 173 Stift, Susan, 173 Stover, Janice, 45, 173 Strieker, Michael, 48, 70, 86 , 173 Superfine, Barbara, 173 Suritz, Charles, 88 , 120, 173 Sussman, Bonnie, 109, 114, 117, 173 Szarnych, Stanley, 173 Takehara, Craig, 142, 173 Tankus, Caren, 173 Tanner, Joan, 173 Teitelbaum, Phyllis, 45, 116, 173 Thorsen, James, 173 Titlebaum, Allen, 173 Touff, Madeline, 173 Trillanes, LeRoy, 173 Trubakoff, Helene, 173 Turner, Cheryl, 173 Turski, Craig, 117, 173 Von Oppen, Sharyn, 95, 173 Varon, Byron, 173 Vedder, Sandra, 173 Venters, Liene, 22, 173 Ventura, Bruce, 173 Vidock, Ronnie, 173 Wadler, Marlene, 173 Wallach, Lance, 173 Waller, Ann, 173 Wallis, Richard, 120, 173 Walter, Gerry, 48, 173 Warren, Stephen, 62, 84, 173 Wasserman, Bronna, 19, 173 Waxberg, Carolyne, 173 Waxman, Janet, 174 Webb, Robert, 174 Weiner, Stuart, 174 Weinstein, Barbara, 174 Weinstein, Cheri, 174 Weinstein, Michael, 174 Weintraub, Anita, 174 Weisman, Sheila, 174 Weisner, Ronald, 174 Weiss, Julian, 174 Weiss, Lynn, 174 Weiss, Steve 48,62, 63, 84, 89, 174 Weiss, Steven, 174 Welchko, Glen, 120, 174 Welstein, Donna, 45, 174 Wesche, Paul, 174 West, Merle, 174 Wexler, Rebecca, 174 Whetstone, Sharon, 174 Wichert, Linda, 117, 174 Williams, Steven, 51, 82, 89, 174 Willner, Paul, 174 Winstead, Neil, 86 , 174 Wish, Howard, 174 Wolcott, Linda, 174 Wolf, Barry, 174 Wolf, Linda, 174 Wolf, Richard, 82, 174 Wolf, Stephen, 78, 174 Wolff, Myra, 174 Wolff, Richard, 174 Wolf insohn, David, 174 Wolman, Joanne, 174 Wolters, Susan, 116, 117, 171 Wright, Amelia, 29, 115, 174 Yanes, Samuel, 20, 23 Young, Merle, 174 Youngblood, Joan, 174 Youngkrantz, Larry, 121, 174 Zabore, Alexis, 90, 96, 174 Zaidman, Monica, 174 Zamansky, Iris, 174 Zarov, Ira, 48,51,74 Zehner, Janis, 174 Zeller, David, 119, 120, 174 Zimmerman, Carol, 45, 144, 174 Zivic, Louis, 120, 174 SENIORS Abelski, Sidney, 176 Ackerman, Bruce, 176 Adair, Jay, 22, 45, 51, 133, 176 Alhalel, Garry, 176 Allentuck, Alyse, 176 Anderson, Betty, 111, 176 Anderson, Gordon, 136, 176 Anderson, Jean, 49, 176 Applebaum, Sam, 51, 62, 89, 176 Arbit, Wendy, 114, 176 Armstrong, John, 62, 63, 89, 176 Aronica, Philip, 119, 120, 176 Aromn, Marc, 176 Ascherl, Richard, 176 Bair, Susan, 176 Banion, Ronald, 84, 85, 89, 117, 176 Barne, Gayle, 116 Baren, Jerome, 53, 176 Barr, Victoria, 176 Baum, Dianne, 176 Baum, Phillip, 176 Baum, Richard, 176 Beck, Barbara, 49, 177 Beck, Charlene, 177 Becker, Patricia, 177 Becker, Philip, 51, 84, 85, 89, 132,177 Becker, Ronald, 177 Beilin, Marilyn, 136, 177 Benjamin, Linda, 20, 177 Bennett, James, 119, 177 Berger, Barry, 83, 177 Berlin, Bonnie, 177 Berlin, Phyllis, 177 Berman, Leslie, 177 Bernstein, Jerry, 22, 29, 177 Bernstein, Steven, 44, 177 Beskin, Leila, 177 Billian, Cathy, 136, 177 Bilson, Richard, 177 Bird, Patricia, 177 Bitran, Jacob, 177 Blacker, Lawrence, 177 Blessing, Linda, 50, 133, 135, 177 Block, Richard, 76, 78, 89, 178 Bloom, Linda, 42, 178 Bloom, Sheila, 178 Bobera, Catherine, 17,42, 117, 178 Bohm, Michael, 35, 178 Boosales, Eileen, 133, 136, 116, 178 Borden, Leonard, 49, 178 Bottum, Donna, 178 Boukas, Barbara, 178 Boyer, David, 49, 145, 178 Brady, Patricia, 178 Bozin, Sofid, 178 Brahos, Mary Ann, 178 Brantley, Thomas, 178 Braslawsky, Gary, 178 Brick man, Judith, 49, 116, 133, 179 Brin, Linda, 179 Brody, Kent, 50, 62, 63, 86 , 89, 179 Brown, Bruce, 179 Brown, Mark, 117, 120, 179 Brutzkus, Jackilyn, 179 Burger, James, 179 Butman, 179 Cabin, Sherry, 179 Caile, John, 179 Camacho, Terrence, 179 Cantor, Betty, 57 , 179 Cardis, Carol, 57, 179 Carlington, Corrie, 42, 44 45 50,133, 142, 179 Carnall, Mary, 179 Chagares, Peter, 179 Chaitkin, Mark, 29, 179 Chapman, Carol, 17, 42, 120, 179 Chapman, William, 62, 82, 89 179 Chez, Linda, 179 Choate, Thomas, 35, 180 Cichowski, Stanley, 53, 55 89 136, 180 Clarke, Douglas, 20, 180 Clarke, Douglas, 20, 180 Clauser, Donald, 117, 180 Cohan, Roberta, 180 Cohen, Beryl, 50, 180 Cohen, Lawrence, 180 Cohen, Mitchell, 180 Cohen, Ronald, 180 Cole, Linda, 117,180, Comer, Roberta, 180 Cooperman, Leon, 76, 89, 180 Corey, Susan, 136, 180 Corona, Dominick, 35, 180 Cox, Judith, 117, 180 Crohn, Joel, 180 Crowe, Michael, 180 Currie, Janice, 180 Dadigan, Thomas, 51, 181 Daugherty, James, 181 David, Bruce, 72, 181 Davis, Diane, 116, 120 , 181 Deem, Charlotte, 117, 181 Del Dotto, Michael, 181 Denis, Martin, 181 Derex, David, 181 Deutchman, Daryl, 136, 181 Dicks, Dennis, 45, 82, 89, 181 Dictor, Michael, 84, 181 Diel, Shirlee, 181 Dolins, Jerome, 51, 62, 63, 89, 181 Dochin, Ira, 181 Dory, Steven, 84, 181 Dreffein, Karen, 133, 182 Dribin, Sheila, 19, 124, 182 Drozdzik, Ronald, 120 , 182 Drucker, Patricia, 182 Edelson, Lewis, 127, 182 Egiel, Brenda, 182 Ehrensaft, Diane, 49, 136, 182 Eimstad, Judith, 182 Eisen, Ellen, 182 Eisen, Phyllis, 56, 182 Eisenberg, Sandra, 19, 182 Elbaum, Michael, 182 Elkin, Alan, 182 Ellison, Bradley, 17, 18, 25, 136.182 Els ter, Eileen, 45, 182 Elster, Susan, 182 Engerman, Marsha, 182 Epstein, Leni, 182 Erickson, Ronald, 182 Erlich, Howard, 182 Ernst, Jerry, 182 Estrin, Carol, 18, 19, 22, 182 Ezra tty, Terri, 183 Feil, Janice, 183 Feinerman, Lyle, 183 Feldman, Ava, 22, 183 Feldman, Helen, 183 Feldman, Theodore, 183 Felt, Richard, 18, 183 Ferber, Janis, 183 Ferdman, Louise, 42, 183 Fernandez, Rojo, 74, 83, 89, 144, 183 Fields, Ronald, 183 Fingeret, Lee, 183 Finkl, Marilyn, 136, 183 Fisher, Barbara, 49, 116, 117, 133, 136.183 Fisher, Marcia, 49, 183 Fisher, Steven, 183 Fishman, Fred, 89, 163 Fishmai} Pamela, 183 Fogel, Barbara, 51, 136, 183 Ford, Richard, 183 Forman, Dennis, 183 Frandzel, Karen, 53, 120, 183 Franklin Richard, 136, 183 Freemen, Tamara, 184 Fretzin, Leonard, 119, 120, 184 Friedman, Victoria, 184 Fritz, Cheryl, 42, 146, 184 Galesburg, Stuart, 184 Gallis, Paul, 45, 62, 89, 117, 133.184 Ganz, Harold, 184 Garland, Leslie, 184 Garro, Cynthia, 45, 50, 98, 133, 135, 175,184 Garro, Judith, 49, 116, 117, 136.184 Gavlin, Lawrence, 184 Geni, Ronald, 184 Gerber, Steven, 184 Gerstein, liana, 114, 184 Gevirtz, Robert, 51, 86, 89, 184 Gibrick, Dennis, 62, 63, 89, 184 Ginsberg, Darlene, 184 Gitlis, Alan, 2§ 185 Gittelson, Rita, 185 Glass, Robert, 117, 185 Goers, Nancy, 185 Goland, Renee, 185 Goldberg, Pamela, 185 Goldfarb, Stanley, 42, 185 Goldman, Kenneth, 185 Goldsmith, Ronald, 185 Goldstein, Allan, 185 Goldstein, Harriette, 116, 185 Goldstein, Sandra, 185 Golob, Myra, 136, 185 Goodfriend, Koreene, 185 Goodman, Barbara, 185 Goodman, Bruce, 136, 185 Goodman, Steven, 185 Graifman, Helen, 185 Grant, Richard, 117, 185 Greenberg, Joel, 74, 185 Greene, Spencer, 186 Gross, Rhonda, 186 Gross, Steven, 136, 186 Grossman, Sandra, 186 Grunow, William, 28, 42 Gular, William, 186 Gullon, Carole, 186 Gustavson, Bette, 19, 136, 186 Hall, Berton, 49, 62, 63, 68, 84, 89, 186 Hansen, Marianne, 186 Hardt, Dale, 76, 79,89, 186 Harris, Alan, 86, 89, 186 Harrison, Michele, 186 Haselton, Katherine,42, 99, 120, 170,186 Haskell, Melvin, 17, 186 Hayman, Stephen, 62, 186 Heche, Melody, 186 Heeres, David, 186 Hefter, Renee, 187 Heller, Robert, 187 He It, Cynthia, 187 Henkel, Leslie, 187 Herbster, Robert, 187 Herling, Lynn, 187 Herman, Lois, 187 Herter, Patricia, 111, 187 Hirsch, Aileen, 187 Hite, Kenneth, 187 Hoffberg, Ronald, 108, 115, 136, 187 Hoffman, Dennis, 187 Hoffman, Harvey, 72, 187 Hoffman, Lonny, 187 Holter, Janet, 187 Holzwarth, Judith, 188 Hoole, Michael, 188 Horn, Charles, 188 Home, Mark, 188 Horvitz, Robert, 20, 188 Houlihan, Patricia, 188 Hutter, Wayne, 74, 75, 188 Hyman, Jeff, 188 Imber, Janice, 188 Isel, John, 72, 188 Jacob, Merle, 18, 20, 42, 136, 188 Jacobs, Bo nnie, 188 Jacobs, Marc, 119, 120, 188 Jacobs, Paul, 188 Jacobs, Ronald, 188 Jacover, Renee, 188 Jaffe, Pam, 188 Jenner, Alvin, 188 Johnson, Janet, 188 Johnson, Marilyn, 18, 188 Jonas, Daryl, 188 Jones, Wesley, 45, 89, 189 Joslyn, Nancy, 116, 117, 133, 136 .189 Kaluzna, Harvey, 189 Kalver, Paulette, 189 Kaminsky, Richard, 189 Kandel, Sam, 189 Kann, Mark, 76, 78, 189 Kanofsky, Joyoe, 90, 189 Kaplan, Harold, 49, 189 Karzen, Ronald, 49, 51, 136, 189 Kaselow, Lynn, 98, 136, 189 Kasik, Rhonda, 22, 189 Katz, Francine, 189 Kaufman, Allan, 130, 189 Kaufman, Rhonda, 189 Kavaugh, Rita, 54, 111, 189 Kay, Myra, 49, 189 Keer, Ellen, 189 Kirman, Ruth, 52, 189 Kirshner, Barbara, 189 Kite, George, 88, 189 Kite, Suzanne, 190 Klayman, Barry, 190 Klehr, David, 49, 190 Kling, Betty, 190 Blinke, Linda, 116, 117, 190 Klotz, Barbara, 136, 190 Kolstedt, John, 190 Konitz, Linda, 190 Koppelmeier, Barbara, 190 Kossof, Theodore, 190 Kovarsky, Mary, 190 Kramer, Elizabeth, 116 Kramer, Vicki, 117, 190 Kraus, Denis, 190 Krauss, Diane, 116, 117, 190 Kreloff, Michael, 191 Krum, Jonathan, 191 Kucera, Elizabeth, 191 Lamm, Sandra, 136, 191 Lander, Jack, 191 Lasky, Howard, 191 Lazar, Arnold, 49, 51, 76, 78, 89, 191 Lazarus, Larry, 82, 132, 191 Lee, Kathleen, 92, 191 Lehtman, Stephen, 191 Leifer, Lauren, 191 Leon, Jack, 191 Lerman, Bonnie, 50, 99, 136, 191 Lerner, Alex, 191 Levin, Betty, 49, 191 Levin, Helene, 18, 20, 191 Levin, Lesley, 84, 191 Le Vine, Ellen, 191 Levine, Leonard, 191 Levine, Stuart, 191 Le vinsky, Barry, 191 Levinson, Ellin, 192 Levy, Fredric, 22, 49, 192 Lewis, Rochelle, 22 Lieberman, Mark, 42, 51, 66, 67, 84, 131, 139, 141, 192 Lieberman, Robert, 192 Lindstrom, James, 192 Londa, Karen, 18, 192 Long, Marlene, 192 Lubeck, Elaine, 192 Lubin, Corrine, 192 Luther, John, 192 Luzzo, Ronald, 119, 120, 192 McGrath, John, 72, 193 McQueen, David, 25, 66, 84, 193 Magness, Cheryl, 192 Manasin, Alfred, 62, 63,86,89,192 Manuagh, Doris, 120, 192 Mandl, Miles, 86, 87, 192 Marcus, Lynn, 192 Marinello, Lane, 55, 66, 89, 192 Markert, Kathleen, 193 Markowitz, Paul, 193 Martinko, Sally, 193 Marwil, Hettye, 193 Marzen, Robin, 193 Mash, Avis, 193 Maxson, Linda, 193 Mayzel, Judith, 193 Mazer, Bonnie, 193 Mechanic, Roberta, 116, 193 Mehl, Michael, 193 Mehrholz, Linda, 193 Melas, Anthony, 51, 62, 63, 86, 89,136,193 Melcher, Date, 124, 147, 194 Mendel, Eugene, 194 Messner, David, 29, 86, 194 Metz, Sherry, 194 Metzger, Stewart, 53, 88, 194 Michael, Janice, 57, 194 Middaugh, Sharon, 54, 194 Miller, Hollis, 194 Miller, Lauren, 194 Miller, Lynn, 117, 194 Miller, Lynnette, 194 Miller, Susan, 116, 136, 194 Millward, Mystery, 194 Mindel, Michael, 51, 194 Miner, Paula, 194 Minors, Richard, 51,62, 63, 68, 86 , 87, 89, 194 Modetz, Elizabeth, 194 Molitor, William, 194 Morris, Joanne, 45,51,136,144,194 Nagai, Richard, 194 Nahin, Mark, 194 Nanberg, Robert, 120, 195 Natenberg, Sharon, 18, 195 Nelson, Karen, 195 Neuman, Kathy, 195 Neville, Patrick, 195 Newburger,,Mark, 49, 51,62, 63, 86 , 87, 89, 195 Newman, Janice, 49, 50, 136, 195 Nicholas, Jerri, 56, 195 Nicholas, Hope, 195 Nissenson, Allen, 5Q51,62,133,195 Noble, Ronald, 120, 195 Novak, Art, 136, 195 November, Leon, 51, 74, 136, 146, 195 Olkiewicz, George, 195 Oneill, April, 195 Opperman, Jeannette, 195 Oram, Mary, 54, 195 O ' Reilly, Marguerite, 195 Oren, Linda; 195 Osborn, Lee, 195 Ostapowicz,Walter, 196 Oscarson, Richard, 195 Paris, Gerald, 196 Pauly, Lyni} 17, 196 Pearson, Steven, 196 Pepoon, Russell, 196 Perelgut, Barry, 20, 44, 62, 63, 196 Perlman, Ronald, 49, 83, 89, 196 Peterson, John, 196 Peterson, Susan, 116, 196 Pierce, Laura, 196 Plough, Kathryn, 54, 90, 91, 95, 196 Pogodin, Fredell, 196 Poindexter, Robert, 51, 82, 89, 136.196 Polakoff, Gregory, 20, 196 Posmantier, David, 196 Povlo, Michael, 117, 142, 197 Price, Don, 197 Price, Harriet, 197 Pritchard, Betty, 197 Provus, Jeffrey, 197 Pyre, Joan, 197 Quirk, Patricia, 54, 197 Raben, Monty, 197 Radzin, David, 197 Rammon, Lee, 197 Rand, Lawrence, 20, 197 Ream, Claudia, 197 Ream, Norma, 197 Reed,Jane, 197 Reifman, Barbara, 18, 197 Reiner, Fred, ' 16, 45, 109, 114, 115.197 Rest, Paula, 17, 22, 23, 42, 120, 141, 197 Reynolds, Richard, 197 Rhodes, Edward, 35, 197 Richardson, Jeffrey, 22, 197 Richman, Gae, 197 Rizman, Morris, 18, 198 Robinson, Susan, 198 Rogers, Carol, 52, 116, 120, 198 Rome, Scott, 198 Rosee, Judith, 198 Rosenbaum, Howard, 72, 89, 198 Rosenberg, Allan, 198 Rosenberg, Melvin, 198 Rosenberg, Saresta, 146, 198 Rosenthal, David, 119, 198 Rosenthal, Lawrence, 198 Rosnick, Barry, 62, 198 Rossman, Stanley, 82, 89, 198 Roth, Francine, 198 Rothman, Michael, 45, 66, 83, 89, 136.198 Rothstein, Lee, 198 Rotkin, Eileen, 22, 42, 120, 199 Rubin, Fred, 62,66, 199 Rudd, Sheldon, 199 Ruderman, Leah, 199 Rumack, Evan, 22, 29, 199 Ruttenberg, Robert, 83, 89, 199 Sacher, Miriam, 199 Sacks, Lawrence,,50, 66, 86, 87, 199 Saffro, Shelly, 145, 199 Sager, Arlene, 51, 133, 199 Salberg, Lester, 199 Salerta, Judith, 199 Salomon, Ruth, 199 Saltzberg, Eugene, 199 Samuels, Reysa, 199 Sandler, Ellen, 199 Sandrik, Carol, 200 Sandler, Jeffrey, 42, 49, 200 Sandstrom, Norman, 54, 66, 84, 89, 200 Saviano, Nicholas, 200 Scarpelli, Paul, 200 Schacht, John, 54, 87, 200 Schaps, Alan, 20, 68, 200 Schatz, Nanshelle, 200 Schechtman, Gloria, 200 Schlau, Mary, 200 Schnitzer, Anita, 200 Schoenberg, Linda, 50, 99, 200 Schoenwolf, Phillip, 55, 200 Schuman, Elaine, 17, 18, 124, 200 Schwartz, Stuart, 200 Scott, Roger, 66, 84, 200 Selig, Janet, 96, 200 Seltzer, Steven, 200 231 Sembach, Judith, 200 Slutsky, Arnold, 202 Semrow, Alan, 54, 55, 87, 115, 136 Sneider, Leonard, 55, 202 200 ’ ’ Snyder, Calvin, 202 Shafer, Dawn, 114,200 Shapiro, Larry, 42, 51, 66, 84, 89, 201 Shapiro, Terry, 201 Shearn, Robert, 49, 51, 68, 69, 87, 89, 137,201 Shepard, Ellyn, 201 Sherman, Murray, 201 Shuter, Robert, 201 Shyette, Lowell, 201 Siegel, Norman, 119, 201 Siegal, Susan, 44,45, 201 Silver, Howard, 201 Soler, James, 202 Solomon, Eugene, 202 Spear, Peter, 202 Spiegel, Valerie, 126, 303 Spies, Stewart, 42, 141, 146, 147,202 Spivack, Bruce, 202 Starkopf, Sandra, 50, 138, 202 Stangenes, Nils, 202 Stearns, Avi a, 203 Steinborn, Leonard, 203 Stephens, Louis, 203 Stern, Martin, 203 Stewart, John, 203 Silverman, Irene, 49, 124, 133, 201 Stiegel, Michael, 203 Silverman, Stephen, 49, 201 Silverman, Steven, 83, 201 Silverstone, Harvey, 201 Simmons, Marc, 42, 201 Si mon, John, 74, 89, 133, 201 Singer, Robert, 74, 201 Singer, Sherry, 19, 201 Sippil, Jill, 201 Skerven, Linda, 201 Skinder, Jack, 201 Skolnik, Robin, 83, 117,202 Skolnik, Steven, 202 Slade, Barry, 202 Slaw, Harriet, 202 Slotten, Marc, 76, 77, 202 Stone, Lynn, 203 S rauss, Ellen, 203 Streicher, Fredrick, 89, 203 Stronberg, Joel, 50, 51, 203 Suckow, Richard, 203 Summer, Ina, 49, 136, 203 Swanson, Diane, 203 Swider, Elyse, 203 Swidler, Gordon, 203 Swirsky, Mark, 20, 42, 203 Szuchmacher, Ruth, 203 T Wielandt, Chris, 206 Tanzar, Paul, 203 Tasky, Perry, 113,203 Taylor, Sue, 120, 203 Teister, Joan, 204 Teitelbaum, Daniel, 204 Tefka, Ruth, 45, 204 Tepper, Robert, 83, 204 Thomas, Lynda, 204 Tooredman, David, 62, 204 Towbin, Leslie, 204 Traiforos, Theodore, 117, 204 Tyska, Roberta, 117,204 Tzinberg, Bruce, 204 Udelson, Roberta, 120, 204 Urman, Robert, 120, 204 Van Ommerink, Birginia, 117,20 Vedder, Janice, 111,204 Veto, Donna, 99, 136,204 Wainer, Mark, 82, 204 Wal lach, Steven, 62, 89, 204 Wainer, Robert, 86, 89, 204 Ward, Tudv, 205 Warnke, George, 74, 205 Weichmann, Constance, 205 Weil, Harold, 205 Weinberg, Marlene, 90, 205 Weiner, Sheldon, 205 Weinstein, Joel, 16, 17, 141,205 Weisberg, Herbert, 205 Weiss, Alan, 205 Weiss, Joy, 205 Weiss, Richard, 115, 136,205 Weiss, Sandra, 205 Weitzman, Mark, 205 Wells, Janet, 205 Whisler, Susan, 205 White, Judith, 206 Wiczer, Warren, 206 Widman, Cheryl, 206 Winer, Melvyn, 206 Winkel, Jeffrey, 18, 206 Winoker, Terry, 206 Winston, Stephan, 206 Winter, Glenn, 206 Withall, James, 206 Witzel, Michael, 206 Wodis, Michael, 206 Wolf, David, 82, 206 Wolf, Jeffrey, 119,206 Wolf, Joel, 68, 206 Wolf, Roger, 206 Wolf, Roland, 206 Wolf, Sandra, 206 Wolf, Susan, 206 Wolfe, Alice, 16,206 Wolfinsohn, Martin, 206 Wollman, Arnold, 207 Wood, Carl, 120, 207 Woolf, Jay, 207 Woolman, Marla, 207 Zenner, Keith, 207 Ziah, Johi} 51, 62, 63, 89,207 Ziff, Roger, 207 Zissman, Rosalie, 207 Zolt, Lynnette, 49, 207 Zwelling, Marc, 20, 207 232

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