Niles Township High School West - Spectrum Yearbook (Skokie, IL)

 - Class of 1970

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SPECTRUM Niles West Township High School Volume IX Editor Gail Golman Advisors: Richard Turner Barbara Gordon " A person is constantly called upon to create his own future. " — Gregory Baum " Taste the joy That springs from labor. " Longfellow What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore — And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over — Like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags Like a heavy load. Or does it explode? — Langston Hughes 8 The people so often sleepy, weary, enigmatic, is a vast huddle with many units saying: " I earn my living I make enough to get by and it takes all my time. If I had more time I could do more for myself and maybe for others. I could read and study and talk things over and find out about things. It takes time. I wish I had the time. I am waiting for my case to come up and I am waiting for a rebirth of wonder and I am waiting for someone to really discover America and wail and I am waiting for the discovery of a new symbolic western frontier and I am waiting for the American Eagle to really spread its wings and straighten up and fly right and I am waiting for the Age of Anxiety to drop dead and I am waiting for the war to be fought which will make the world safe for anarchy and I am waiting for the final withering away of all governments and I am perpetually awaiting a rebirth of wonder — Lawrence Ferlinghetti Teachers Preach us Try to reach us They are my link between the unknowns The knowledge of Brain The confusion of World Let us all come together right now In class Through you Board Plans Curriculum Change, Educational Reform Members of the School Board discuss possibilities of open campus. Dr. Irwin Ginsburgh, President of the school Board speaks out against a comment made by Niles East faculty member. Assistant superintendent John Bristol begins speaking on one of the many relevant issues that concern the Niles school district. 20 Superintendent Charles Szuberla and Dr. Merton Haynes confer about com¬ ments made by one of the students who attended school board meeting. Mr. Szuberla opens up Monday night school board meeting. Superintendent Charles Szuberla was very pleased with the atmosphere at West this year but he still feels there is a long way to go to create the responsive student. The administration is striving for the school to provide an individual education. This past year the administra¬ tion was instrumental in expanding the work study program and the special edu¬ cation service for the visually and emo¬ tionally handicapped. Next year Mr. Szuberla looks forward to the Wing- spread Program coming to West and also the installation of the new English Cur¬ riculum Program. Dr. Ginsburgh listens to controversy over Niles East faculty members. 21 Dr. Mannos encouraged student involvement in Project Wingspread. ■ Dr. Mannos Views 1969-70 As a Progressive Year The atmosphere at Niles West this school year was described by Dr. Mannos as being " very ex¬ cellent and healthy. " He feels that the administra¬ tion has accomplished a great deal in recognizing student needs. Some of the new programs in ef¬ fect at West are the Advisory Committee and the installation of early and late arrivals schedules. Dr. Mannos also feels the Superintendent Dia¬ logue Sessions recently established are very effec¬ tive in the process of communication. The admin¬ istration hopes to give the students more privi¬ leges and responsibilities that will affect their later lives. Dr. Nicholas Mannos keynoted many exciting innovations this year. Mr. Orland Ruyle Assistant Principals Aid In School Operation 23 Mr. Robert Redig Mrs. Yvonne Young Mr. Leo Hoosline The Guidance Department, in an effort to aid students in choosing a college, installed a new computer-run college selector this year. West was the only Niles school to operate the expen¬ sive machine, and although still in an experi¬ mental stage, the department hoped that soon it would be available to all students. Seminars were again held to give students a chance to talk to various college representatives. 24 A counselor has the wonders of the universe at his fingertips. The " waiting room " ' is a good place for isolation and reflection. Being the only one left to wait for her counselor [ ] O AA7 ( H TT1 K)1 1 tpT I H C f I I C gives this student time for thought. 1 N V V V.VJinpUl l for College Selection Creativity Emphasized in Art Students Creativity was encouraged as art students had their work displayed almost continuously in West s faculty lounge and student cafeteria. Various media of art were experimented with as exhibits were also set up for Open House and PTA meetings. Some students had their work in the field of art culminate in participation at the Scholastic Art Awards contest sponsored by Wieboldt ' s in Evanston. Media areas includ¬ ed in the contest were pencil, pen and ink, and ceramics. A complete student exhibit was set up in the spring. Putting the finishing touches on a masterpiece is hard work. Mr. Thomas Blackburn Mrs. Joanne Karnig Mr. Richard Requarth Complete concentration is required for this delicate work. Mr. David Ewing Mr. Gary Davis 26 Mr. Ted Kaitchuck Mr. Frank Winkler Mr. Hugh McGee Mr. Charles Groeling Choir members perform at a preview of a Christmas assembly. Concerts Highlight 1969-70 Headed by department chairman Hugh McGee, the Music Department com¬ pleted a successful year in 1969 - 70 . Concerts highlighted the efforts of staff members, who sought to bring music into community life. Students per¬ formed in the Christmas Festival, the Choir and Orchestra Concerts, the Band Concert, and May Festival. 27 Mr. Frank Fitzpatrick Mrs. Josephine Hentz Mr. Charles Burdeen Vocational Skills Stressed in Work Study To prepare students for the practical business world, West ' s Co-operative Work Training Program was expanded this year. Students attended all morn¬ ing classes and worked under department supervi¬ sion at various jobs in the afternoon. Although no new courses were offered, several were in the think¬ ing stage according to department head Frank Fitzpatrick. He hoped that next year the department would offer a two semester course in data processing and independent study in accounting. Mrs. Joanne Brownell Mr. Daryle Hari Mr. Michael Broggi Mrs. Dorothy Wise Miss Elizabeth Begley Mr. Kenneth Drum Business Ed students learn typing skills for practical use. Before turning to her adding machine, Arlene Baake eyes the day ' s assignment. Numbers can look pretty to an adding machine operator like Junior Sue Sherman. Drivers ' Ed Acquires Shift ' Cars New to the Drivers ' Education program this year, was the optional use of the Volkswagon clutch car. Department head James Kettleborough stated that the purpose of using the Volkswagon was to expose the student to the problems associated with operat¬ ing a shift car. The department also expressed the hope that there would be a new simulator installa¬ tion in the immediate future, as the drivotrainer cars were pronounced in very poor mechanical condition. Mr. George Earl Mr. George Galla Mr. John Harmon Driver Ed students are ready, with or without an instructor. A heated car is welcome relief from the wintry weather. 30 ' » I Yard goods become wearing ap¬ parel under the inspiration of Home Ec teachers. Miss Wilda DeFur Miss Marian Ebinger Mrs. Jane Pickle Miss Carol Leonhard Miss Barbara Gardner Miss Elizabeth Andekian Miss Sue Carroll Home Ec Sponsors Labs for EMH 1969-70 was a year of firsts for the Home Ec Department. A completely new course, Intro¬ duction to Home Ec was offered for the first time, and a Chef Course for boys only was also opened. Home Ec skills were taught to the educably mentally handicapped students at West, and a successful Faculty Christmas Tea, planned and carried out by the EMH students themselves, culminated an innova¬ tive year for this department. 31 Helping hands put the finishing touches on a cake. A year-long curriculum study and a newly acquired video-tape recorder set the tone for the English Department s move into the seventies. While the VTR symbolized the growth of educational technol¬ ogy, it was the curriculum study that led to fields of study that were relevant to the age. A new sopho¬ more communications course emphasized the ac¬ quisition of the oral skills that had long been asso¬ ciated with just written work. It was the hope that students would see the transfer of techniques involved. Five approved elective courses for 1970-71 could pave the way for the future. Mr. Richard Antes Miss Helen Ward Mr. Morris Parker Mr. John Pace Mr. James Sweeney Mr. Jerome Orr Mr. Engle studies suggestions for curriculum revisions. t W 1 f L m ± I p d kM Students listen as classmates act out a Thornton Wilder play. 32 Mrs. Joan Macala Mrs. Angela Graham English Proposes Curriculum Innovation and Experimentation Mr. Richard Turner Mrs. Barbara Doherty Mrs. Judy Deemer Mr. Edmund Berek Mr. Jim Johnson Mr. Tom Engle Mr. Ken Reiter Mr. Tom McMahon 33 Mr. William Geismann Mrs. Judith Cohen Mr. Fred Fett Mrs. Barbara Gordon Mr. Tony Cuccio Mr. Robert Johnson Mr Richard Gragg Mr. Patrick Flynn Mrs. Faith Shapiro Mr. John DuBois While classmates continue taking notes, Junior Suzi Gomberg s imagi¬ nation transports her to the deck of the ship Pequod, in Moby Dick. Mr. Marvin Klebba Mrs. Kathy Higgins Mr. Mike Green Mrs. Elizabeth Cox Mr. James Batts Miss Lorr aine Hatscher Miss Molly Magee Junior Jan Belcove reflects on the ideas discussed in class. 35 Visits to the language lab help students perfect their pronunciation and accent. Language Clubs Perform at Peoria Language students went to Peoria to perform folk dances of their respective countries at a physical education convention, in this first for Niles West. Each group, Russian, German, and Spanish performed two dances. New movies were purchased, and department head Terese Klinger explained how beginner students were able to understand the difficult dialogue: ' Dialogue tapes come a month in advance so that the teacher can help her class translate the foreign speech. Then when the movie is shown, students understand what ' s going on. " Miss Terese Klinger Mr. Fernando Velasco Miss Gertrude O ' Reilly Miss Irma Stefanini A student listens carefully before repeating the phrase she hears. German students correct their mistakes on yesterday ' s test. 36 F»W Miss Maria Bier Mrs. Olga Georgiev Mrs. Domitila Garcia Mrs. Carolyn Jeffrey 37 The Math Department initiated two new programs which broadened areas of learning for the West Mike Streicher student. The first, a second semester course in Sta¬ tistics and Probability, taught the student how to analyze and draw conclusions from large samples of data. Its prerequisite was one semester of computer programming. The second, a pre-student teaching program, gave students who were planning on be¬ coming math teachers a chance to observe and work with staff members in a real class situation. Al¬ though a pilot program the first semester, it was lat¬ er expanded. Mr. James Martin Mr. Ralph Wiedl Mr. Allan Paschke Mrs. Nancy Baltimore Mrs. Jane Thorne Mrs. Barbara Paschke Math Keeps Up With Computer Age Mrs. Karen Sagan Miss Sunny Moss Mr. Stanton Jones Mrs. Doreen Ben tsen Mr. Michael Tarpey Mr. Robert Murphy Miss Marjorie Carlson 1 Mrs. Nancy Block Freshman Melanie Miller puts her homework problem on the board. 39 An overhead projector comes in handy for checking homework as Junior Marcia Horan finds out. Paul Smedberg and Mr. Field study a computer program. Mr. Stanley Weitzenfeld Mr. Dennis Filliman Mr. Raymond Bentsen Mr. Richard Marr Mr. Donald Field Mrs. Wanda Meehan 40 New Aeronautics Program Is a Success 1970 was a successful year for the Industrial Arts Department. Enrollment for the all-new Aeronautics course was overwhelming with 160 students applying for 75 openings. Overall en¬ rollment in the department increased from 414 to 529. Wood students participated in the an¬ nual wood exhibit and contest at Northern Illi¬ nois University. Auto mechanic students took part in the Chrysler-Plymouth Trouble Shoot¬ ing Contest, which tested the students ' ability to discover and repair disabling damage in a car. Mr. Jack Lain Mr. Glenn Anderson Mr. Irwin Froelich Mr. Roger Basrak Mr. Melvin Schmidt Mr. Gerald Burke Mr. Robert Pike Boys learn that auto mechanics can come in handy in later life. Negro History Unit Developed for Use A Social Studies Department with eight new teachers offered a more diverse curriculum to the West student this year. A Negro History Unit, prepared by a West teacher and students from both West and Niles North was included in the regular American History course. Humanities classes viewed many films and went on field trips throughout the year; and Psychology classes visited the Dixon State Mental Hospital. An optional workshop in In¬ ternational Relations, now computerized, was also opened to the interested student. A freshman girl carefully copies a map for her Non-Western class. 42 Mr. Edward Brufke Mr. William Paulsen Mr. Arthur Leipold Mr. Harry Stokes Mr. Raymond O ' Keefe Mr. Daniel Hill Freshmen listen as the mysteries of Africa are revealed through history. Mrs. Geraldine Carleton Mrs. Carole Simone Mr. Robert Fizzell Mr. Otto Karbusicky Mr. John Handzel Mr. Jack Fabri A new unit on Black History gave students a chance to discuss the new Afro-American. Mr. Gerald Boevers Mr. Ralph Heissinger Mr. Charles Anderson Mrs. Elizabeth Belkin Mr. David Jupp Miss Barbara Gardner 44 Achievement Cited in Various Areas In academics. West s Science Department continued its record of excellence. Two se¬ niors (sponsored by staff members) were fi¬ nalists in the annual Westinghouse Talent Search, and students also participated in the Junior Academy of Science Exposition. Teachers also made their mark this year as veteran staff member Roger Blackmore was named Cook County ' s Teacher of the Year. In closing, department head Ernest Salners said that he felt that the year had been profit¬ able for all. Bob Knudson care¬ fully measures out a solution. Mr. Gary Wanke Mr. James Shugrue Mrs. Dorit Solomon Mr. Warren Holz 45 Constant force gives constant acceleration Mr. Gerald Turry Mr. William Schafer Mr. Mark Rostvold Mr. Thomas Mitchell Mr. Dennis Hoeppner 46 Miss Rita Goundas Mr. Robert Hanrahan Mr. Roger Blackmore Joni Gold and Kevin Braden concentrate J r Gerald Firak on an intricate chlorophyll experiment. Girls PE Goes On Elective Basis Mrs. Letitia Myers Mrs. Patricia Kaech Miss Josephine Hoffberg Miss Leanne Heeren Miss Elda Scarmella Mrs. Margaret Binnie Fresh air and vigorous exercise make up a part of each girl ' s day. Sophomore Sue Strauss steadies her partner who is attempting a handstand. The elective PE program went into full effect this year as girls were allowed to " elect " the ac¬ tivity they wished to take for each six week pe¬ riod. The required unit of swimming was ability grouped — all advanced swimmers took swim¬ ming the first six weeks, intermediate swim¬ mers the second six weeks, etc. Competitive swimming and volleyball was offered after school as department head Bonnie Parkhouse emphasized the importance of activities which had beneficial use out of school. Miss Bonnie Parkhouse Miss Judy Wilde Mrs. Jean Armour Miss Lucile Swift Miss Sharon Kouba Miss Judy Kay Gym leader Rose Martarano records the winner of today ' s tennis match. A beginning gymnast pauses to re-read her balance beam routine. 49 Sport Participation Increases in PE Mr. Greg Youstra Mr. Mike Skuban Mr. Hollister Sanstead Mr. James Phipps Mr. Elmer Lucas Mr. Robert Porter Boys PE classes met outside for the first nine weeks of school, as compared to the first six weeks for girls this year. Classes were larger due to the increasing student population and department head James Phipps felt that facili¬ ties were cramped. Inter-scholastic sports, both soccer and fencing gained major status. All eyes are on the net men in a thrilling game of volleyball. Team effort is finally rewarded as the good guys score a basket. Library Cools It for Spring Miss Eleanor Shaevsky Librarian Mrs. Loretta Cullerton Librarian Miss Helen Porten Head Librarian Miss Frances Williams Librarian Mrs. Phyllis Epstein Librarian Abigail Lawrence, RN Eileen Springer, RN Mr. Albert Rambis Audio-Visual 52 With Service Emphasis Mr. Louis Gross Social worker Miss Lana Braddock Speech therapist Mrs. Barbara Willerman Reading specialist Dr. Richard Cohen School psychologist Mrs. Mary Rosenthal Social worker Miss Rita Stewart Special Education Mrs. Beatrice Becker Learning disorders Mrs. Rochelle Spitz Homebound instructor 53 And I ' m split Like peas In soup I ' ll miss the people, the friends, the routine But I ' m dying to leave, to become, to contribute I ' m learning to read and write and think But I ' m not in the real world, the hard world I drink A toast to my Was And a toast to my Will Be A Senior ' s an Am That strives to be a ME. Senior Cabinet Sponsors Auction Top Row: Harry Maltz, Michael Shattow, Rob Hirschtick, Fred Chapekis, Cabinet members Elaine Klatch and Wayne Silverman Wayne Silverman, Bob Lande. Middle Row: Phyllis Thorek, Nancy Truesdale, accomplish much during a meeting. Barbara Magnus, Sue Chaplik, Roberta Nelson, Audrey Selin. Bottom Row: Gary Kuhn (vice president), Linda Blackman (secretary), Brandon Leavitt (president), (Sponsor) Miss Shaevsky. Burdened with a feeling of inadequecy and ineffective¬ ness because they were only one student government out of a school of five, this year s Senior Cabinet was intent on becoming more than just another fund rais¬ ing organization. Seeking new directives. Senior Cabi¬ net shifted the emphasis from candy sales and Home¬ coming (in which Cabinet build a First Place Class A float) to many outside oriented activities. They became deeply involved with Project ' 70 , assisting with their canning drive and hunger hike, and sponsoring an auc¬ tion in their behalf. Cabinet was instrumental in the Teach-In Moratorium activities and outlined many programs. They also planned the ceremonies of recog¬ nition for the Mid-Term graduates and held a referen¬ dum on whether or not graduates should wear gowns. But most important. Senior Cabinet worked closely and successfully with the other Cabinets and Council. They wanted to demonstrate that the most effective student government is where everyone works together and no conflicting or overlapping programs or policies exist. If there was one wish Cabinet wanted fulfilled, it would have been to abolish itself, and instead have only a single, centralized student government. President Brandon Leavitt suggests that Cabinet go into committees. Laura Aberman Jeff Abrams Ellen Aizuss Carol Alberti Paula Alder Jane Allenbaugh Jeff Alper Peter Amarantos Carol Ambrus Susan Anapol Pam Anderson Sally Anderson Sharon Anderson Tom Anderson 57 Alan Appel Regina Baack Anita Banash Bob Beaudette Ed Applebaum Bill Archer Linda Bahl Al Baker Sue Barnes Donna Barnow Stephen Beaudette Carol Beck John Arvidson Manuel Balandrin Candy Bator Mike Becker 58 Ken Beckman Steve Bell Joyce Berger Norman Berman Sheryl Begun David Bellos David Berkowitz Paulette Berman Jane Bell David Belson Sue Berkowitz Ron Berman Janice Berezin Tom Berlinger Helane Bernstein Cheryl Berman Audrey Berzock 59 Keeping in shape and enjoying fall weather, Marcy Shiner and Luci Fritzshall bicycle on a Saturday afternoon. Paul Bloom Ellen Boime Sharman Blumenthal Rick Bold Marilyn Bode Bill Bonetti 60 Fred Booras Charles Bradandt Phil Bronstein Richard Bush Mark Borre Jacqueline Bregenzer Charles Brusman Joy Bussert Bonnie Bowler Leon Bresette Ingrid Brynjolfsson Charles Butzbach Brian Brody Bob Buns Pat Cacioppo 61 Joe Caliva Francesca Carozza Joanne Casey Fred Chapekis Dan Callahan Mark Cartwright Paula Cass Lynda Chapin Angelo Cassata Nelly Cavallie Susan Chaplik Steven Cheng 62 Simon and Garfunkel Voice Senior Themes Marcia Chimberoff Debbie Chirchirillo Wayne Chubin Nadine Chupack Scott Colky Ken Church Tony Cirrincione Gayle Claver Barbara Clemen Steve Cooper Kathy Clesen Debbie Cohen Lee Cohen Richard Cohen Cindy Collons Stewart Colton Richard Conti Richard Cooper 63 Susan Costopoulos Suki Crane Steve Davidson Jim Deferville Sue Demartino Diane Depaepe William Davis Janet Deppong 64 Counselor Harry Sortal interprets college test scores for Fred Nachbauer. Thomas Dieschbourg Mark Dolnick Tom Dickert Ken Dohm John Donlin Bonnie Doroff Shelley Drew Christine Duchaj Beth Duda Pam Dumke Shelby Dunster Diana Durston Anthony Castiglione Arthur Egel Jill Eisenberg Don Enger Craig Eadon Tom Eick Fred Eisenhammer Ralph Epsteen Marty Edwards Linda Eickhoff Janice Elarde Tim Erickson Marilyn Edwards Lee Eiden Judy Enenstein Richard Erpelding 66 Cindy Eshbach Leslie Evans Paul Fivelson Frank Freda Diane Esterl Sydney Faye Shelley Flannery Sheila Freedkin Tom Eulberg Joyce Feinberg Mike Floros Jerry Freedman Randy Felsenthal Kent Floyd Leslie Freedman Sue Fogel Debbie Freet 67 Frediann Friedman Sylvia Fukuya Gayle Garrett Gary Gaule Maryann Fritz Ron Gannon Marsha Gassman Robert Gauthier Lucy Fritzshall Wendy Garren George Gates Nancy Gavlin Ralph Fryksdale Kathie Garland Jeff Gates Bob Geimer 68 Cliff Gillen Kathy Ginesi Daryl Glick Larry Glines Gary Geni Marc Gilbert Carole Glass Kim Goebelt Neal Gerber Lynda Gill Robert Glassberg Marla Goland Paul Glatt Joni Gold 69 Enjoying the informal atmosphere of Humanities are Debbie Hussman and Jim Kahan. Jeff Goodman Bobby Goodman Leslie Goodman Margie Goran Michele Goodman Laurie Gordon 70 Robert Gordon Cindy Gottlieb Toni Grimm Chris Gump Steve Gore Greg Grandt Michael Grouzard Allyson Gundlach Randall Goslin Mark Greenberg Bob Guenther Gene Gussis Ricky Greenberg Bill Guenther •Steven Guttman 71 It Was Year of Blood, Sweat, and Tears David Habighurst Charles Halfpap Mark Halperin Ed Halpern Gail Hammerberg Wenche Hanssen Harriet Harris Jane Harris Tom Harris Karl Hartfeil Steven Hartnett Mary Hattendorf Pat Heinrich Earl Hegg Nancy Hentz Garry Hinz Steve Hilkin Bruce Hoffenberg Randy Hillstrand Barbara Hoffman Larry Heinz Steve Heim Barry Herst Lynn Hirschauer Cathy Heinz Eileen Helfgott Bob Hesner Robert Hirschtick Jerry Tanaka and Jerry Horn delve into the world of science. Dave Hoffman Diane Hoffman John Hoffman Kenneth Hoffman Bill Hoglund Gerry Horn Jeanne Horvat Alan Horwitz Herb Houndt Andrew Hsu Mary Hulock Debra Husman Helaine Hymes David Igasaki Barry Isaacson 74 Chuck Jackson Bryan Jacobs Marcee Jacobs Valerie Jacobs Linda Jacobsen Bill Jacobsen Greg Jakubik John Janesku Lillian Jankowski Rolfe Jaremus Cathy Jeschke Mary Beth Johnsen Adonna Johnson Donald Johnson 75 Gregg Johnson Debbie Joseph Dyane Kamenear Wendy Kasten Clay Johnson Doug Jung David Kaplan Alvin Katz Joan Johnson James Kahan Rick Karachun Barry Katznelson Nancy Johnson Gary Kahn Richard Karlin Dean Kaufer 76 Ronald Kaufman Paul Keefe Eileen Kouba Elaine Klatch Merle Kaufman Scott Keeshin Marla Kier Drew Klein Scott Kaufman Ed Keno Kathy Kimura Kathy Klein Pam Kellman Teresa Kimura Leslie Klein Andrea Kitchen Rosemarie Klemens 77 Donna Kluegel Mike Kontek Denise Kozloff Mark Klugman Jerry Koplan Kathy Krainski Carol Kravitz Brian Koerner Art Kopp Bob Kramer Julie Kreiter Nicholas Koeune Ed Kornel Donald Krasner Nathan Kriska Sandy Kolodzik Carl Kovnat 78 Two Seniors Make Westinghouse Finals Tom Kristof Marilyn Krueger Marilyn Kuhn Sandy Lahikainen Bob Lande Jim LaPaglia Hal Lash Sherry Laskin Val Kuehn Randy Lain Jeff Lapins Helen Lauer Carol Larson Iris Lavenda 79 Robert Lawrence Hedy Lebov Suzanne Lerner Shelley Levin Scott Leal Ilene Lebovitz Carol Levey Susan Levine Bonnie Leavitt Ellen Lees Mark Levin Beth Levitan Brandon Leavitt Barbara Lein Mel Levin Linda Lewis 80 Bruce Lippo Jim Litke Murray Lewison Lynne Liberatori Larry Lucas Linda Lucas Gary Luckenbach Terry Lindheimer Scott Linn Pam McCowan Carole Loos Rhonda Loynd Cole Lundquist Dale Lustig 81 David Mann Sherrie Marcus Douglas Mann Laurie Marmel Andi Servos crams for a test as she and other senioi prepare to escape from the confines of Niles West. Jeff Manor Kathy Marta Kathy Maciejewski Jim Madden Richard Mader Barbara Magnus Marcia Magnuson Nancy Majewski Harry Maltz Phyllis Mandell Sue Martin Bernard Maslovitz Linda Mesirow Mark Milstein Linda Martorano Henry Mau Janis Meyer Marc Mirsky Roselyn Martorano Pat Mauer Marlene Meyer Millicent Mits Bill Mayer Robert Meyers Jim Moore 83 Tova Midler Dave Mura Mark Myrent Cathy Nakashima Louis Mitchell Robert Musikantow Fred Nachbauer Mary Nassey Kirk Moser Masy Mustard Al Nagel Judee Nast Gail Motenko Debby Muth Linda Nagelberg Sharon Nehart 84 Susan Neiberg Mitchell Nelson Cheryl Nichols Robert Nordin Denise Nelson Roberta Nelson Cleopatra Nickols Nancy Nortell Kris Nelson Bette Neuman Dan Nietschmann William Norman Richard Newton Denise Noga Gloria Norum Lauretta Niles Joe Noto 85 Relevancy Keynotes Academic Work Roberta Novoselsky Judy Novotny Barry Nudel Andrea Nudelman Mike Nyberg Jim Nykolayko Joab Oberlander Phillip Olsberg Lynnet Olsen Laurie Orlove Gale Osmolak Pete Osijchuk Peggie Pabst Carol Paciorek Is Mike Floros taking Spanish 7-8, Pass Fail? 86 Gary Weisman and Suzie Lerner made their senior year significant as they devoted time to Project 70 s hunger drive. Larry Pagni Penny Pantelakis Ron Partington Dana Pertt Roy Palm Ernie Pappas Bill Patterson Esther Petersen Maria Panico Barb Parker Michele Patino Jim Peterson Peggy Pearson Louise Peterson Gary Pelzer William Phillips 87 Lori Polon Dore Pritikin 88 Bonnie Pines Scott Pogofsky Louise Porazinski Mary Privatsky Marvin Pinkert Lynda Pokvitis Mitchell Portugal Larry Putterman Richard Plotnick Jim Polon Jill Press Diane Pyshos Proof of wide variety of seniors at West are Mark Cartwright and Bonnie Pines. John Quist Loretta Reading Nancy Reicherts Scott Rifkin Diane Rapaport Steve Redinger John Reifenberg Kathy Riley Joel Raynes Jerry Reed Bill Rohde Kathey Roark Kathy Reading Gayle Regula 89 0 Jeff Roberts Nancy Rochell Mary Rogina Donna Rolla Marilyn Romen Audrey Rosen Andrea Rosen Barry Rosen The ornateness and majesty of Bahai Temple attracts West students driving along the North Shore. Gary Rosenberg Bob Rosengren Stuart Rosenberg Arnie Rosenthal AnnLee Rosenberg Sue Rosenbloom Jill Rosenthal Linda Rosenthal Eugene Ross Jack Rossi Rhonda Rubin Charlotte Rubinstein Peter Sakas Steve Saltz Sheila Rosenthal Jean Rossi Jeff Rutgard Ann Sandrof f Rich Rowell Debra Sacks Barb Sapstein 91 Robert Schaller Gregg Schneider Rick Schwartz Linda Schwebel Lynn Schatzman Denise Schroeder Steve Schwartz Rick Scobee Beth Schiller Gary Schroeder Stuart Schwartz Martin Segal Chris Schlag Tim Schroeder Tony Schwartz Susan Segal 92 Ava Seidel Diane Semiloff Marla Shandelson Marcie Shefren Terri Seidman Jay Senensky Debbie Shapiro Doug Shenk Audrey Selin Andi Servos Rick Shapiro Cindy Sher Steven Settler Steve Share Donna Sherbin 93 ' Hair ' Captures Imagination Andrea Sherman Marcy Shiner Scott Shore Sue Sichau Alan Siegal Ron Sierzega Craig Sigel Marcy Silver Sherri Silverman Wayne Silverman Debbie Silberstein Marc Simon Linda Simons Phillip Singer West students were asked to present their " false " ID ' s before being allowed to view " Midnight Cowboy. Christine Skalski Judy Slater Alan Smith Mary Solecki Dave Skipton Pam Sloan Tom Smith Marshall Solomon David Sklansky Michael Slossy Valerie Smith Gerry Sorensen Jean Sobol Pat Sortal Joan Sobol Linda Spear 95 sas: David Spiezer John Sroka Steve Stein Jan Steinert Earl Steinberg Ann Steklof Bob Stevens Sandy Stevens Mary Spedale David Springer Debbie Spitz Kathy Staackmann Paul Springborn Steve Stauber Students at West were actively involved with the political affairs of the area. Barbara Stielow Carol Stone Kurt Stille Lynne Storm Suzette Stoklosa Lee Stral Lynnette Streich Paul Streicher Terry Stremke Bradley Strobel Dave Swock Cathy Szuberla Carol Tabloff Jerry Tanaka “ HEADq an Joyce Taradash Chris Teacherson Steve Tiltz Paul Topczewski Mark Tark Kathy Tell John Tinetti Tim Torp Gene Tarshis Yvonne Teran Robert Tobiansky Steve Tranter Don Tash Marty Thoma Susan Tommins Ron Treiber 98 Mike Trojan Rhonda Varon Donna Vonderlinden Robin Warman Tom Tripicchio Pat Vaughn Vernette Wallace Sharon Warshawsky Nancy Truesdale Marie Ventrella Mike Wallach Mark Wax Pat Ventrello Susan Ward Sandra Weibel Cathy Wargo Terry Weidberg 99 Candy Weil Cindy Wien Mike Weiser Ralene Weiss Scott Weil Mitch Weinger Gary Weisman Richard Weitz Ray Weimer Carol Weir Helen Weiss Bruce Weitzmon Hillary Weiss John Welch Jill Weiss Randi Wertheimer 100 Seniors Endorse Project 70 Pete Williams Steve Wolff Karen Yellen Mike Zaslavsky Brenda Wille Richard Wolflick Perry Zaban Robert Zeman Cliff Wilson John Woods Jody Zacher Kathy Zenner Bonnie Wise Pam Wolin Diane Zagoren David Zolek Susan Witt Michelle Yelen Jim Zamp Frank Zweig ee cummings once told you a song I hope you heard it If not, its not too late: You shall above all things be young and glad for if you re young whatever life you wear It will become you And if you ' re glad What ever ' s living Will yourself become . . . I ' d rather learn from one bird just how to sing than to teach ten thousand stars How not to dance. ' ' If not, it ' s not too late (Yet). Cabinet members Sue Gordon, Regina Officer, and Sandy Joseph listen intently to one of the many discussions brought up during the 6th period meeting. Delegates consider the point made by Janet Belcove, as they await reaction from Cabinet President Steve Platt. Junior Release Cabinet Goal One of the main projects of Junior Cabinet this year was the acqu isition of more stu¬ dent freedom. Junior cabinet worked to establish Junior release, open lunch peri¬ ods, and helped to establish the class news¬ paper, " The Voice of 71 " . Also planned were student exchange programs with oth¬ er schools, and a committee to investigate future cabinet revisions and improvements. While contributing its serv¬ ice to West, Junior Cabinet raised money for this year ' s prom by the selling of hats, flowers, and through the numerous candy sales and breakfasts. On the humanitarian side, Junior Cabinet donated funds to or¬ phanages during Christmas. Top Row: Joanne Schneider, Wendy Mitchell, Sandy Wilson, Suzi Taich, Anita Duhl, Keith Chernet, Bob Kushner, Monroe Shumate, Ken Gurrentz, Inez Brownstein, K.J. Dohm, Ron Mann, Shelly Gillman, Marcy Bibergal. Middle Row: Shelly Franks, Barb Kurlan, Sue Gordon, Joan Zorros, JoEllen Perlman, Sandy Joseph, Regina Officer, Pat Hous- man, Vicki Balmes, Janet Belcove. Front Row: Nancy Hirschman (Secre¬ tary), Mrs. Paschke (Sponsor), Steve Platt (President), Murray Keene (Vice-President). 104 Contemplating next weekends activities is a pleasant break from a routine day for Jim Madziarek and Marta Kreiter. JUNIORS Greg Accomando Terry Ahr Kim Albach Pam Allweiss Faith Ami Karen Anderschat Greg Anderson Karen Anderson Ken Anderson Mark Anderson Robert Anderson Richard Angell Steve Appel Anita Applebaum Dan Arcangeletti Fran Aren Ileen Arstein Annette Ash Sheldon Asher Antonia Atsaves Amy Auerbach Scott Badesch The lunch hour seems to move quickly which is much more than can be said of the line. 105 Janet Belcove Sheldon Bell Larry Beller Brooke Belson Tim Bennett Rich Benson Judy Bereskin Roger Berger Herb Bergstrom Barbara Bernstein Jill Bernstein Bernard Beverley Judy Beyer Marci Bibergal Dennis Biederer Sue Bierrega Henry Birger Art Blinick Alan Blitz Mike Blitz Errol Bliwas Sheree Block Dave Bond Diane Bongiovanni Dave Borkin Mark Bowman Kevin Braden Carole Bradford Ron Bramson Jerry Brandt Larry Brandt Lauri Brandt Lauren Brauer Judi Braun Kay Bridger Sue Brody Eileen Bahde Lauren Balin Victoria Balmes Alanna Barr Susan Barrett Greg Barsamian Bob Bartik Herb Bartlett Sharon Baum Diane Baumhardt Donn Bauer Howard Beck Dan Beederman Paula Begoun Robert Bronstein Paul Brook m . Carol Brown The quiet solitude of great books envelopes a student as she reads intently. School dances play an important role in the Niles West way of life. Marla Brown JUNIORS Susan Bryant Cindy Bubley Denis Budz William Burkhardt Sue Burton Richard Cahan Pat Campion Linda Carlson Mary Casey Jeff Chamberlain Carry Chankin Rick Chapman George Cherpaha Keith Cherniet Lynn Chikaraishi Mitch Citron Leon Clapperty Jennifer Clark Garry Cohen Gayle Cohen Dave Cross Fran Cutler Mary Cutrera Pat Cy winski Cathy Dahlstrom Denise Davis Tom Davis Susan Dean Mary Deasey Steve Dedo William Dehmlow Linda Delano Carol De Leonardis John Deluca Mitch Cohen Sherry Condon Phil Condren Dale Conrad Pat Conrad Janet Cooper Mike Cooper Jo Anne Copeland Terry Cosgrove 107 Joe Ennes Ellen Erfer Karen Ericksen Joanne Erlebacher Linda Erton Jan Erwin Ernie Esterl Linda Esterl Brian Esterman Cheryl Fabian David Farber Phil Farber Jeff Faught Donna Febrow Diane Feilen Gail Feingold Fred Feldman Linda Ferrard Jack Fettman Sue Ficho Lewis Field Jim Filgut Sue Fischer Joel Fish Elyse Fisher Bill Fisher Holly Fishkin Mark Fleishman Jack Flood Joan Flowers Linda Fortman Frank Fortuna Merry-Lynn Foss Grady Foster Steven Frankel Cory Franklin Carol Deppong Martin Desent Chuck Diamond Cindy Dobbs Vicki Drews Debra Dubow Anita Duhl Tom Durso David Eaton Marilyn Egel Jennifer Egelston Nora Elegreet Jody Ellyne Sue English 108 JUNIORS Meryl Gale Dave Ganellen Leslie Ganz Carol Gates Patty Gavlin Debbie Geisler Alan Gelfand Robin George Jeff Gettleman Nancy Gibson Glen Gieras Bonny Gildin Clayton Gillaspy Shelley Gilman Greg Glassgen Tom Goetz Phil Goldberger Sara Goldenberg Dan Goldman Nancy Goldman Meryl Goldner Cindy Goldsher Daryl Goldstein Sue Gollin Sue Gom berg Bob Gomez Linda Goodcase Beatrice Gordon Linda Gordon Sue Gordon Debbi Gorenstein Gregg Goslin Nancy Graham Lynn Grandt Dawn Green Linda Greenberg Terri Greenberg Tom Grember Lary Grossman Cindy Grover Ken Gurrentz Craig Hajduk Linda Hall Jane Hamilton Gloria Hansen Sharon Hardyman Dale Harring Dennis Harms Dale Harris Nancy Haug Pat Hausman Carol Haynes 109 Bob Hollinger Bill Holmblad Penny Hook Marcia Horan John Horvat Marilyn Horvat Don Horwitz Ricky Horwitz Ken Hau Debbv Hober Lillian Hulock Dan Hultgren Larry Huxhold Cindy Isoe Cliff Iverson Jean Iverson Ellen Jacobs Jeff Jacobs Terry Jacobs David Jaffe Ben Jaremus Sue Jensen Eric Johnson Linda Johnson Scott Johnson Natalie Joseph Sandra Joseph Babette Kamm Michael Kanter Leslie Kaplan Chris Karas Linda Karkow Stephanie Karlos Chris Kasper Greg Kaszniak Carol Katznelson Brenda Kauffman Karen Kaufman Murray Keene Wayne Keith Jay Kenis Bob Keeney Janet Keppen Pat Keppen Sherri Kessler Steve Kilian Eugenie Kimura Lori Kite Craig Kittaka Richard Klein Fred Kleinzweig Larry Klemm Scott Klinkman Tim Klos Tom Heidtke Eric Helgeson Todd Heller Bob Henning Ken Hertler Sharon Higus Yvonne Hill Richard Konecki Harold Koplan Gordon Kopp David Korkes Arlene Korman Sarita Kornhauser no JUNIORS Jim Krause Sandra Krmicek Bill Krok Kathy Krueger Richard Kruschka Diane Kudla Barb Kurlan Robert Kushner Janet Kutza Nicolete Lacroix Gail Lahikainen Ellyne Lasky Pam Lauer Greg Lahnhardt Adriann Lavery Anton Lazaro Joel Lee Vicki Lehrner Joan Leimontas Jeff Lenzen Steve Leonard Alan Lerner Bruce Levey Isa Levin Mark Levin Rhonda Levin Ilene Levine David Levy Judi Lichtenstein Ellen Lieberman Larry Linn Diane Lippo Miriam Lipski Laurie Loew Bob Loitz Glenn Long Sherryl Lood Kathy Louras Tim Lueder Tim McCloskey Debra McCracken Alice McElfresh Bill McEnerney Dick McGlick Mike McNulty Mike Machalinski Jim Madziarek Darlene Maede Mark Magnuson Margaret Malochleb Richard Mandell Ron Mann Terry Marker Andy Markich Eugene Marks Jeri Marks Keith Marks Bruce Marshak Nick Martino Roberta Marz John Mau Marla Max Robert Mead Amy Mechla Debbie Meier Scott Meikle Dale Melin David Menachof Constance Mensinger Jeanette Mertens Laura Miles Brad Miller Charlene Miller Chris Miller Chuck Miller 111 Cathy Gaan utilizes the student lounge constructively as she prepares for tomorrow ' s test. Debbie Miller Gail Miller Renee Miller Roxanne Mills Susan Miln er Randi Mirsky Wendi Mitchell Suzanne Mitsui Ray Mohn Laurie Moser Mike Moshinsky Kathy Mostacci Mike Mroz Cyndy Mrozek Karen Mueller Joanne Murphy Kathy Nachbauer Mike Nahrstedt Frank Napolitano Wally Nariss Lisa Nathan Don Nelson Judy Neuhauser Mark Neuman Ross Nickow Tom Nied Tom Nielsen Nancy Nietschmann Joann Niles Janice Nishimura Howard Novoselsky Bob Numrich Steve Nusinow Mike O ' Brien Regina Officer Nadine Oleksy Karen Oshona Ricky Paddor 112 Scott Perz Joanne Peters Susan Peters Vera Pforr Juniors Mike Phillippe James Phillips Dave Pinter Karen Piontek Steve Platt Nancy Plice Robin Podell Bill Pogue Mike Polanzi David Polster Tom Ponchesin Bob Post Larry Press Betty Prielozny Pam Priola John Prim Josie Quatrochi Bill Quinn Ellen Quinn Scott Radash Jim Radcliffe Cyndy Radin Sue Rahnert Bonnie Randall Maureen Regan Debbie Reichle Barry Reitman Sharon Reynen Marsha Richman Jay Ricketts Adrienne Ridenhower Kevin Roach Linda Roberto John Roberts Jeri Robinson Norene Robinson Cynthia Roland Nettie Rolnick Sharon Roos Lynn Rosen Sue Rosen Perry Rosenberg Barry Rosenbloom John Rosenkranz 113 Janet Belcove is one of many who has found a way of expressing herself and helping oth¬ ers on the Cook County Hospital Visiting Troop. Dave Roth Bonnie Rubert Marsha Rubenstein Pam Rubnich Cindy Rush Maureen Rush Wally Ryan Ken Saber Mark Sackrison Teri Sadacca Judd Sager Connie Sakas Jan Salzman Jim Samatas Marcy Sapstein Bernie Scahill Bernadette Schalz Andrea Schechter Paul Schechter Mark Scherer Dave Schiffman Erika Sc hlegel LeoSchlivka Bonnie Schmidt Mary Schmidt Joanne Schneider Philip Schodin Jeff Schramek Marilyn Schulz Ron Schur John Schuster Al Schrantz Jackie Schwartz Marilyn Schwartz Steve Schwarz John Scott Roseann Searle Bill Sebastiano 114 Juniors Jay Silver Don Silvert Howard Simons Lynne Simosen Ruth Skogsbakken Abigail Sloan Sue Smoller Liz Sobel Wally Sorensen Mary Sortal Rollin Soskin Gail Sperry Mike Spiers Teri Spies Sue Spitzer Larry Spiwak Sue Stark Debbie Starr MikeStarkman Pam Stecker Jas Steffen Cheryl Stein Philip Stein Rhonda Stein Beth Stein Nathan Stelzer Linda Stern Debbie Miller glimpses up just in time to see her picture being taken. Nanette Stoklosa Donna S tolar Gunther Strehl Mike Strub Gary Stucka Tom Sudow Curt Sullivan MikeSussman Judy Szczepanski Chuck Szuberla 115 Frank Tripicchio John Tritschler Gene Trossman Karen Unrath Barb Velen Jackie Vorpagel Branka Vuksan Burton Wahlburg Sue Wallace Nadia Walthers Mary Wargo John Warner Sue Warner Ron Warren Lori Wassermann Pat Weber Mark Weidling Carey Weiss Pat Weiss Amyra Weissberg Mark Weksler Michelle Wertheimer Sue Weser Phil Wexler Carol Whelan Barney Whitesman Beth Wiczer Paula Willner Jim Wilson Sandy Wilson Al Winkler Don Winkler Mack Winn Mike Witkowski Al Wittek Marlee Wolf SueTaich Rhonda Talent Jeanne Tamraz Jim Tenzillo Ron Tesluk Carol Tesnow Nancy Thiede 116 Juniors Room 106 promotes creativity for Junior English classes, and the door is no exception. Elaine Woods Kathy Woods John Wright Alan Wu Vicki Wurman Emi Yamauchi Steve Yates Jill Zalsman Steve Zazove Jan Zeedyk Ann Zeljeznjak John Zeman Claudia Ziff 117 Cabinet President Jim Hornthal listens to discussion as he conducts a meeting, while officers Nancy LeVine and Randi Lipshultz reflect on the meeting. Sophomores Provide School Service Sophomore Cabinet provided the stu¬ dent body at West with a variety of en¬ tertainment and school service. With bake sales, free transportation to Chica¬ go Bulls ' basketball games, and the sell¬ ing of the Class of 72 necklaces, Sophomore exhibited enthusiasm and drive in their services to the school, as they prepare to find finance next year ' s prom. Signaling their intentions to be heard are Sophomore Cabinet members Marilyn Stone, Roxy Cohen. Last Row: Paul Johnson, Jim Trivisonno, Elaine Raffel, Sue Donnen- berg, Nancy Green, Andy Farrell, Rick Levinson, Nancy Cantor, Terry Hoffberg, Donna Palm, Laurie Aubens, Marilyn Stone, Roxy Cohen, Marjie Sandlow, Mike Schreiber. Third Row: Sue Medak. Second Row: Larry Stone, Larry Schneider, Dawn Kluge, Barb Futransky, Carl Lang, Ellen Weiss, Gloria Bieber, Laurie Feldman, Linda LeVine. First Row: Randi Lipshultz (Treasurer), Inez Zabin (Vice-President), Mrs. Meehan (Sponsor), Jim Hornthal (President), Nancy LeVine (Secretary), John Nobolotny. 118 v Sue Anderson Mark Androw Steve Arndt Jim Arnold Rand Arons Sophomores Jim Abrahamson Mike Accomando Dave Moore finds a moment to be alone in the midst of the student lounge. Adrienne Adelman Avis Alfasso Steve Allen Linda Almbald Glen Almcrantz Barb Alt Tom Amarantos Mary Amstrup Carolyn Anderson Kyle Anderson Pat Arwine Jim Astrene Louis Atsaves Lauren Aubens Jack Austen Arlene Baake Jorge Balandrin Andy Bal birer Debbie Ballinger Terry Barnes Jill Barr Billie Barron Sheryl Bass Guy Battaglia Rosemary Battista Denise Baum Rich Beckman John Beere Mike Bellos Brian Bennett Barry Berger Dave Berger Marcy Berger Scott Bergstrom Carol Berman Randy Berman Bob Beswick Beth Bianchi Gloria Bieber Joann Bielski 119 Beth Blumenthal Dick Blumenthal Sue Blumenthal Mitch Bock Bob Boden Ed Bohrer Bob Bonetti Mike Borleicz Mark Borin Rich Borre Mike Boucher Kathy Bowler Dave Boylan George Brabec Steve Brasch Madonna Brennan Steve Bresette Andi Brody Craig Brooks Marcy Brotman Cindy Brown Nancy Brown Sam Brown Tom Brown Gary Brugliera Cindy Bubley Greg Buchel Jim Buns Mitch Burack Karen Burgeman Don Burrows Vivian Byk Jim Cagen Lynn Cain Kathy Caliva Nancy Cardis John Carrigan Bob Casey Linda Castle Denise Chase Beverly Chavin Gary Chelcun Calvin Chow Dale Christiansen Ed Chupack Kirby Church Al Cirrincione Joan Claus Janet dayman Phil Clesi Marilyn Clyman Phil Cockerel Larry Cohen Larry Cohen Mike Cohen Roxane Cohen Ted Cohen Mark Cohn Frank Coletto Linda Cooperman Frank Cordes Joe Cortina Linda Corty Pam Crawford Mindy Cristol Craig Culloton Rosemary Dahm Lori Dainas Ron Dassinger Bonn is Davis Mike Davis Nancy Davis Mitch Dayan Donna Deferville Michael Deger 120 SOPHOMORES Ruth Diamond Jay Dicker Sherry Dickholtz Debbie Dolce Mark Domenella Sue Donenberg Laura Duchaj Dave Duebner Margaret Dugan Mark Dunk Dorothy Dunkleberger Dick Edelman Leon Edelson Debbie Edington Brad Edwards Stig Edwardson Phil Egebrecht Renie Einbinder Dave Eischen Lee Eisenberg Dave Ekenberg Sue Ellwing Alan Elste Mike Elman Phil Elman Bob Englhard Gail Epstein Jeff Epstein Phil Erdman Marilee Erickson Lucille Ermilio Mike Ernt Jane Estes Janet Evensen Tom Fahsbender Ande Farrell Dick Feiss Denise Feldman Laurie Feldman Ray Feldman Monica Fisher Dan Flood Jean Flood Tony Fortuna Vivian Fortuna John Fougerousse Mary Frake Jody Frank Bruce Frankel Karen Frankel Louis Freedman Greg Freres Steve Frey Elise Friedman Mark Friedman Tom Friedman Collien Furman Barb Futransky Jim Gacki Bob Gajewski Kurt Gaiter Jeff Ganellen Louis Gantz Bob Ganz Cindy Garland Jill Garland Gail Garnhart 121 Mike Potoker attentively listens to a lecture on English literature. Rhonda Gerber John Gerchikov Lynda Gertz Missy Gilbert Mike Gilman Kevin Gilmore Marene Gilluly Marian Gladstein Chris Glass Ellen Glickman Sherry Goland Cheryl Goldberg Lenny Goldberg Dale Goldberg Larry Goldsmith Audrey Goldstein Larry Goldstein Melanie Goldstein Dave Good Larry Goodman Robin Goodman Karen Gordon Ruth Goran Mike Gore 122 Rick Lindahl carefully cuts at his work, striving for perfection. Sophomores Tim Graham Mark Graubart Nancy Green Scott Green Sue Green Steve Greenenwald Jackie Grimm Ryan Grimm Mike Gross Phil Grossman Brian Gruber Donna Gruenke Roger Gruzynski Randy Grybowski Linda Guinand Ron Hacker Pat Hall John Hallberg Debbie Hamiton Carol Handelsman Jene Hardel John Harms Guenther Hartfeil Barb Hattendorf Jim Hausaman Richard Hausman 123 Sue Jacobs Terri Jansson Jan Jasin Dave Jennetten Jeff Jensen Pam Jeschke Jackie Johnson Karen Johnson Larry Johnson Paul Johnson Paul Johnson Mike Johnson Joan Jorgenson Rosemarie Joseph Mary Kachan Donna Kacin Pam Kaden Garry Kahalnik Pam Kaldgris Jackie Kalinsky Barry Kalish George Kalodimos Cliff Kaminsky Peter Kanavos Nancy Kanter Dave Kaplan Rochel Kaplan Jim Kapuscinski Len Karson Ken Kasper Allan Kass Debbie Katz Rich Katz Russ Katz Cindy Kenis Barry Kenner Barb Kerman Mike Kern Tom Kessel Steve Kier Steve Kiefel Russ Klauss Steve Klein Tom Klemens Scott Klemptner Keri Klinsky Kris Klint Paul Klipwoicz Dawn Kluge Bruce Knobloch Brent Knoblock Perri Koenig Sue Koepke Lynne Koester John Hiratsuka Wendy Hirsh Marion Hoelzer Sue Hoffman Teri Hoffman Tom Hoffman Mark Hohs Fred Holdmann Cindy Holliday Bob Holmblad Ann Holmboe Alan Holstein Jody Homer Bill Homer Peggy Hook Jim Hornthal Jeff Horvitz Andi Horwich Diane Horwitz Paul Housakos Laurie Howard George idelman Greg Iverson Loren Iverson Nancy Iwai Caryn Jacobs 124 SOPHOMORES Mike Koeune John Kolb Steve Kondratowicz Cathy Kopinski Bob Korajczyk Faith Korey a Lloyd McElfresh Jon MacNider Mariann Madziarek Majorie Majewski Linda Malz Jay Mandell Lois Mandel BUI Kouba Cary Kozak Craig Kozokar Mike Krainski Julie Kramer Steve Kramer Pat Krause Barry Kreiter Marta Kreiter Gary Kromelow Bob Krusen Steve Kuda Don Lach Ray Lain Dick Lain Jim Lambert Sue Land Cindy Landerman Sue Landerholm Carl Lang Bob Larosa Jenny Larson Nancy Larson Janis Lauders Stuart Laweida Barry Layfer Rick Leach Judy Leader Jody Leavitt Leslie Lenell Nancy Leonchik Jeff Lerner Andi Levinthal Dave Levernier Judy Levine Linda Levine Nancy Levine Rick Levinson Mike Levy Debbie Lewis Kathy Lewis Marlene Lewis Sheri Lieberman Marla Liberman Dick Lindahl Dave Lindberg Paul Lindeman Sherie Linn Randi Lipschultz Sharon Lisman Sharon Liss Rich Little Linda Lloyd Sandi Lome 125 Gayle Weiss takes time out to look at the Drama bulletin board before leaving for her next class. Mike May Sue Medak Mickey Meiselman Marla Mendelson Mary Menke Sue Messink Bonnie Metrick Dick Meves Bob Meyer Michelle Michels Nurit Midler Cindy Miller Dave Moore Larry Moskowitz Janice Mossong Paul Motenko Barry Mueller Cindy Mueller Dorthy Mueller Doug Mueller Gail Mueller Nancy Mueller Dick Multan 126 Syrell Drew and Jim Cagen listen to a fellow classmate do a speech for English Communications. Sophomores Stan Nicholson Mike Niesman Reed Nitsche Monica Nizynski Diane Nordin Ira Novoselsky John Nowicki Marcy Nudelman Janice Obrand Brian O ' Brien Cary O Brochta Mike O Callaghan Randy O ' Chonicki BarbO Hara Len Olson Leslie Olson 127 Mark Perlow Marie Persino Lynne Pertt John Petella Karen Peterson Lydia Peterson Roger Peterson Bill Peterson Janice Petroske Wayne Petroske Roberta Pfeil Gary Piwko Bennett Plotnick Ray Podgorniak Jerilynn Pollack Lynne Pollack Russ Ponski Sue Polone Pam Porcaro Nancy Portugal Debbie Porzel Mike Potempa Mike Potoker Janet Priess Bill Provost Patti Quirk Mark Rabinowitz Joe Radermacher Dean Radum Elaine Raf fel Steve Rainero Barry Rapaport Barb Raymond Don Raymond Greg Razka Cindy Regner Wendy Reicherts Jim Reifenberg Renee Reade Sheryl Resnick Darcy Riback Robert Riha Mike Roberto Larry Robbins Larry Rock Scott Rode Marla Rodnick Rick Rodriguez J. Rofkind Ron Rolicht Chris Roscop Roberta Rosen Jim Rosenberg Mark Rosenberg Ricky Rosenberg Pam Rosengarden Tom Rosenkranz Terry Rosienski Kathy Rossmann Mark Rothman Helayne Rovell Arnold Rowen Stan Rozmin Ken Rubel Donna Rubin Mark Rubin Steve Rubin Ken Rubenstein Bob Rubinstein Diane Rugen Gary Rukin Tom Ruppert Bob Ryan Glenn Saber Pam Sachnof f Bonnie Saeks Harriett Saletko Mark Saltzman Frank Saltzberg Anita Salzman Margie Sandlow Lynette Pasek Richard Peck Daryl Penn Marita Perlman Sue Perlman 128 SOPHOMORES Madeline Schalz Jeanne Schiller Laura Schiller John Schimel Don Schmidt John Spina Sandi Spetzer Annette Springer Mark Stacy SueStankowicz Letta Starr Mark Stearns Joanne Steffen Lyanne Steffen Liz Steiger Debbie Stein Arlene Sternquist Mark Stielow Jeff Stolberg Larry Stone Marilyn Stone Nancy Stone Beth Strauss Sue Strauss MikeStre icher StephameSuane Donna Schlag Andi Schneider Renee Schneider Rose Schrader Frank Schreiber Mike Schreiber Howard Schwartz Lauren Schwartz Bob Schwartz Gary Scipione John Searle SueSenoff Arlene Shall Floyd Shechter Gina Shelton Bob Shepard Arnold Sherey Hollis Sherman Jim Sherman Mike Shimp Dave Shires Mitch Shore Rhonda Shore Gale Sichau Steve Siet Sue Sierzega Marla Sigman Sharon Sikevitz Betty Silver Paula Silver Harry Silverman Stuart Silverstein Candy Simons Polly Simms Randy Simon Karen Simonetti Gus Sisto Mark Skalski Debbie Skelnik Paul Smedberg Betsy Smith Frank Smith Stuart Smoller Roselyn Soland Bruce Solomon Howard Solomon Rita Sorrels Bill Spagnoli Steve Spear Sue Spears Janis Spencer Noreen Spencer Rich Spielman Janet Spielman 129 Jim Thornton Bruce Tobiansky Wendy Tobias Steve Topczewski JoeTralmer Fred Trester Ed Tripp Jim Trivisonno Mindy Trossman Marsha Turbin EricTurton Jeff Unger Barb Ungerleider Kurt Unverricht Keith Valenziano Dennis Verany Debbie Vinci Lynn Voedisch Sandi Wagman Scott Wald Ricky Walovitch Vicki Walters Lisa Warady Vince Watterlohn Dicks Watts Carol Webers John Wehmacher Bev Weidinger Sandi Weil Gregg Weinstein Alex Weiss Barry Weiss Dave Weiss Debbie Weiss Ellen Weiss Fred Weiss Mary Sutfin Sharon Sutherland Fred Swanke Syrell Drew Patti Szymanski Larry Snyder Max Tash 130 Lucille Ermilio and Tim Bennett laugh with one another as they walk hand in hand. Sophomores Renee Weiss Chuck Young Debbie Young Tom Young Jeff Youngman Tom Zajac Keith Zar Karen Zazove Linda Zeman Mark Zawiski Chuck Zenn Cathy Zera Bill Zimmer Scott Zolke Howard Zyburt Ariel Weissberg Jim Welch Jim Weser Erwin Wiczer John Wilander Mike Wilcox Benita Williams Steve Williams Noel Wilner Alan Wojcicki Trudy Wolf Diane Wolnik Dave Wolsky Jim Woods Paul Wydra Mark Wyzgala Bonnie Y ablon Scott Yanes 131 Awaiting recognition during a 5th period meeting is Patty Phillips, as Pat Al¬ len, Patty Swock, and Allyson Isaacson look on. Substituting for the freshman cabinet president, Vice-President Carol Schnei¬ der leads a discussion on Project Joey . Freshman Class Shows Promise Freshman Cabinet, representing the Class of 73, although hampered slightly by inexperi¬ ence, exhibited drive and enthusiasm in their many projects. Among their numerous serv¬ ices were bake sales and candy sales for fund raising, the sale of class necklaces, and help in raising money for WLS ' " Project Joey " . Also in Freshman Cabinet ' s repertoire was the Freshman Assembly, which informed the Class of ' 73 students about the many activi¬ ties available. Last Row: Mel Fein, Jay Hackin, Alene Potter, Carol Philbin, Joan For¬ man, Allyson Isaacson, Felice Lambert, Peggy Winslow, Colleen Lyman, Sherry Rosen, Sue Sholder, Anastasia Atsaves, Sherry Grubby, Harvey Scheff. Third Row: Patty Phillips. Second Row: Mark Johnson, Sheryl Begoun, Dahl Rask, Sue Preston, Pat Allen, Bob Servos, Mary Smolen- ski, Barbara Brandt, Patty Swock, Wendy Smith. First Row: Carol Schneider (Vice-President), Holly Niman (President), Miss Stefanini (Sponsor), Lynn Gottlieb (Secretary), Andi Callner (Treasurer). 132 A little time for " manly talk ' can always bring some interest into a rou¬ tine day. Freshmen Michelle Abrams Alan Alfredson Patricia Allen Jill Alles Edward Alswede Richard Alt Gregg Amarantos Nicholas Anastos Ken Andersen Gary Anderson Joel Anderson Lorayne Anderson Mark Appel Mary Archibald Danah Aronson Albert Armistead David Arwine David Ash Marcia Ashlevitz Anastasia Atsaves Vicki Atsaves Naomi Baer Bruce Bahcall Richard Bairn Marc Bannister Lisa Baron Phillip Baron Lynn Barr Leeann Barrett Luann Barrett Tom Bartlett Joan Bauer Elizabeth Becker Mike Beckman Sheryl Begoun Shirlee Behr Susan Beider Barbara Bell Virginia Bennett Daniel Bensing Jane Beran Jill Berg Valerie Bergstrom Bill Beringer Bob Berkowitz Barry Bernstein Gary Bernstein Scott Bernstein 133 The Freshmen Mixer proved to be a full success in introducing the newest of underclass¬ men to each other. Debbie Berz Linda Berz Cary Berzock Bettv Bieber Ralph Biller Denise Billitteri Esther Birch David Blanc Leslie Bland Brian Blaszynski Bob Blatt Mike Blechman Burt Blinick Joan Block Phillip Block Sue Block Jeff Blumenfeld Barbara Blumenthal Ross Blumenthal Antoinette Bobel Steve Boime Debbie Boor as Sam Borde David Bordon Ken Borucki Karen Borys Brian Boylan Bill Brandenburg Barbara Brandt Diane Brauer Bill Brennan Karen Brenner Marcia Brenner David Brier Reid Brody Mark Brown Bob Brown Gary Brownstein Jon Brynjolfsson Carol Bugarin Diane Burkhardt Ellen Burns Ilene Bursteen Lynn Bush Bonnie Butler Tom Callahan Andy Callner Bob Camras Ron Capodagli Kathy Cardis 134 Freshmen Joy Christensen Janice Citron Harry Clauson Denise Cohen Lynn Cohen Nan Cohen Steve Cohen Richard Conrad David Conti Diane Cooper Joel Cooper Diane Cosgrove Carrie Costopoulos Nancy Cowin Jennie Cuff Shelia David John Davis Mozelle Dayan Margaret Deasey Diane Deado Mike Defrancesco Susan Depaepe David Dermer Russell DeSalvo Brad Desent Donna Deters Terry Diamond Marshall Dickholtz Ron Dickstein Ross Diederich Paulette Domoracki Jeff Dordick David Dorfman Bob Dorfman Mark Doroff Donna Drew Chris Dubas Scot t Eadon Lynne Edelman Steve Edmonds Kurt Edwardson Anna Egelston Steve Ehas Debbie Eisenstein 135 Ellen Feldman Cindy Fergus Jim Flannery Rick Fogel Margaret Foo Joan Forman Sue Fox Tony Fragassi Alisa Frankel Mark Freedkin Pat Freeman Barb Friedman John Freidman Carol Fritzshall Ron Fuchs Bryan Funai Tony Cagliano Ron Ganellen Bryan Gannon Diane Garcia Gary Gates Andy Gebel Gail Gerber Tracy Gielow Mike Ginesi Craig Ginsburg Bill Glassberg Joe Glick Fran Glowienke Chris Goebel Barry Goldberg Brian Goldberg 136 Several students marvel over how well some of their class¬ mates look in their pictures. FRESHMEN Roberta Goldberg Larry Goldman Robin Goldman Debbie Goldmeier Jeff Goldsher Candy Goldstein Barry Golin Jeff Golman Ken Goodease Ellen Goode Bob Goodman Marla Goone Dave Gordon John Gorgosz Lynn Gottlieb Gail Gough Linda Graham Dave Grasso Mark Green Dave Greenberg Neal Greenberg Sheree Greenberg Mike Greenfield Shelly Greenspon Barb Greenstein Kathy Groeling Bob Grover Sherry Gruby Helen Gump Bill Gump June Gunderson Marianna Gundolf Cindy Gussis Scott Guttman Carol Habighurst Jay Hackin Darlene Halfpap Nadene Halfpap Ellen Hallberg Lynne Hanlon Kim Harris Miriam Harris Patti Hayes Mary Healy Ken Hebeker Andy Heidtke 137 PaulIgasaki Judy Igarsh Karen Irpino Allyson Isaacson Bob Iverson Andy Jackson Rick Jacobs Wayne Jacobs Sue Jacobsen Andy Jariabka Ron Jess Bill Johnson Blair Johnson Cullen Johnson Mark Johnson Nancy Johnson Steve Johnson Rhonda Jones Steve Kacel Marilyn Kalish Robin Kamm Jim Kamps Natalie Kanter Patti Kanter Sue Kaplan Wendy Kaplan Alan Katz John Kellman Patti Kelley Ray Kelly Bob Kelly Judy Kempf Dan Keno Marc Kerman Shelia Kinney George Kirby Mark Kirste Kathy Klebbe Renee Klein Lori Klemptner Karilyn Klint Marcy Koda Greg Kohls Mike Kohrman Dick Kollath Bob Kopinski Marc Koplon Steve Kopp Lori Hirsh Joyce Hoelbl Connie Hoffman Rick Hoffman Bob Hohs Darryl Hold Dave Hollinger Barb Holmbald Audrey Holzer Andy Horn Nancy Horvat Lisa Hosfield Larry Howard Jeff Huber Larry Huber Lynn Hughes Dave Hutchinson Pat Hyosaka 138 FRESHMEN Karen Kramer Bob Kraus Barb Kramer Bruce Krawetz Rick Kreegier Steve Krmick Jill Krolik Steve Kropp Pam Kuhl Phil Kuhn Denise Labay Howard Labow Aida Laleian Felice Lambert Karl Landberg Andi Landsman Bonnie Lane Mike Lapczynski Scott Lapins Brenda Larson Bob Laureys Gary Lazarz Anita Leavitt Robin Leavitt Eddie Lefkovitz Gary Leib Barry Leibson Tim Leonard Mark Leonida Sue Lisser Joe Levatino Monica Livin Rachel Levin Sanford Levin Barb Livine Bob Livitus Cindy Lewison Gary Lewison Jeff Liametz Georgine Lianos Lori Lindheimer April Lipon Hal Lipshutz Nancy Liskar Kim Litke Roxanne Litman Gary Loitz Steve Lome Janice Lorek Blake Lorenz Cathy Los Wally Lovelady Jamie Lucas Kim Luecht Michele Lustig Joan Lyman Dick Lytton Larry McCracken Denis McEnerney Gail MacDonald Kent McGuire Guy Macewan Rich Machalinski Kawn Manor Jon Manski Janet Marmel Debbie Masaracchia Steve Masters John Matchen Nancy Mauer Martin May Pam Meadow Terry Meisner Paul Mensinger Rick Mertens 139 The wonder of life and its difficulties keeps Health students infinitely interested. Sherri Messer Gary Messinger Herb Metts Sandi Milin Melanie Miller Bob Miller Sue Miller Shirley Mion Diane Mitchell Mike Mitchell Sandi Mitsui Linda Moeller April Moennig Roger Molina Rob Monitz Donna Moore Bonnie Morgan Murray Morris Bob Morrison Gary Morrison Phyllis Moss Paul Moy Cathy Mrozek Debbie Mueller Carole Nakashima Vicki Nakanishi Howard Neiberg Laura Neiberg Craig Nelson Merry Nelson Wendy Netzky Mark Neuman Ed Newmark Lon Nianick Donna Nietschmann Steve Niles Holly Niman Gary Nishimura 140 If FRESHMEN Mark O ' Callaghan Kathie Ohlson Karen Olsen John O Malley Mike Oroark Debbie Pash Doug Passett Pat Pavia Gary Pavlik Mark Pecho Mel Pem Dorothy Peterson Bob Pettinato Jerry Peven Carol Philbin Pat Phillips Bob Pick Steve Pick Mary Pindras Debbie Pines Ken Piontek Rob Pizzolato Dave Pokvitis Lori Polin Al Pollack Sheree Pom per Debbie Potash Ron Potisha Arlene Potter Sue Preston Bobbi Prielozny Kim Priola Contemplating Ghandi ' s philosophy, students ponder its qualities. Jim Privatsky John Puetz Al Putterman Mary Quist Jill Rabin Steve Rabin Al Rask Rosemary Razka Janis Reifenberg Joanne Reinhard 141 Pete Rekas Dale Repke Tom Riccio Wayne Richards Jay Richman Tim Ridley Rick Riveron Harry Rofkind Lisa Rogow Jim Roland Karen Roller Sue Roos Debbie Rosen Ron Rosen Sherry Rosen Steve Rosenberg Jeff Rosengarden Denise Rossmann Arlene Rotheiser Gordon Rothman John Rozek Norman Rubenstein Al Rubin Janice Rubin Bob Rubin Pete Ruskin Dave Sacks Fran Saidel Bill Sakas Mike Salinger Bob Sail Linda Saltsberg Lori Saltz Fred Sanchez Suzanne Schaffer Jim Sc halier Ken Schatzman Harvey Scheff JoeSchillaci Louise Schiller Teri Schlag Jill Schlan John Schlegel Lori Schlesinger Lynda Schlesinger Ivy Schmidt Ann Schneider Barb Schneider Carol Schneider Gay Schodin Eleanor Schrader Susanne Schulz Debbie Schur 142 Alone for just a moment Cheryl Evans saunders slowly down the empty hallway. Steve Schwartz Sue Schwartz Tony Scipione Joe Sears Wendy Segal Ron Seifert Chris Setnar Dale Senensky Bob Servos Sue Shapiro Steve Shattow Nancy Shaw Tim Sheehan Kathy Shocket Sue Sholder Debbie Shoub Gail Siegel Heide Siegel Carolyn Sievers Sari Silbert Judy Silensky Linda Silverberg Dan Silverman Gary Simon Joanne Simon Dick Skipton Jackie Sloan Andy Smith Carolyn Smith Kim Smith Phil Smith Rob Smith Wendy Smith Mary Smolenski Mary Sobol Greg Solecki 143 Rick Stohle Maureen Stolar Linda Stone Al Storm Scott Strehlow Margaret Strub Danette Strzelecki Barb Stucka Andi Sunmer Debbie Sussman Joe Swanson Patti Swock Rick Szczepanski Cathy Szelag Evelyn Taradash Doreen Tarant Mark T arczynski Perry Tarica Bob Tarrant Donna T arrson Linda Tars his Elisa Tash Glen Taylor Bill Terlap Renee Terlap Linda Thoma Bob Thornton Dave Tiltz Art Tommins Bruce Topol Arlene Toth Kathy Tralmer Sharon Tranter Felicia Trevor Ken Tripi Joanne T ripicchio JimTrozzo Linda Speilman Mike Spina Jeff Spitz Bruce Sporleder John Spray Donna Springborn Peter Staackmann Lisa Stackler Nancy Stanko Alan Starr Nat Stein Sheryl Steinberg Jane Stelzer Janet Stielow Virginia Vaughn Tony Wagner Rob Wadsworth Health students jot down notes as they learn of the mysteries of drugs 144 FRESHMEN A classic view of the Niles West hallways, in short chaos. Sue Waldin Ellen Wales Robyn Wallach Tim Walsh Roxanne Walthers Bob Wamsley Earl Wandberg Barb Warchon Marcy Wax Jim Wegrzyn Linda Weidberg Vicki Weil Scott Weiser Ed Weiss Nancy Weiss Nancy Weissman Keith Weisz Dan Welter Hilde Wentz Steve Werknioff Gary Wexler Marla White Rich Widen Carol Wilander Mark Wildenberger Diane Wilson Marci Winkler Rachel Winpar Peggy W inslow Greg Wischen Pat Witte George Wochristos Cathy Wolf Joel Wolin Mike Wolin Donna Worth Debbie Wurso 145 A Student is a person A person has emotions Emotions cause frustrations frustrations lead to tensions Tensions need releasing School Provides the chance to release thestudentemotionfrustrationtensions in prismatic forms of creations: Special Events Debbie Muth and Alan Goldstein receive textbooks from Miss Flynn before the opening of the school year. Return to Chaos The first day of school often seems to come in mid-August when two school bulletins ar¬ rive. The primary newsletter contains infor¬ mation about school insurance, attendance procedure, and gym equipment. The second envelope is somewhat larger for it contains an IBM program, emergency and fee cards, and a textbook distribution schedule. On a bright September day, students equipped with books, suntan, and a rested mind fill the halls of Niles West to begin another year towards the completion of their education. Student Council Executive Board members Larry Goldstein, Don Silvert, Merrick Gar¬ land, Barry Rosen, and Gary Cohen organize the upcoming events. 148 School spirit is displayed early in the season during the opening football game. The Freshman Mixer sponsored by Student Council acquaints the freshies ' with West ' s social scene. Students invade the guidance center in an attempt to adjust schedule conflicts. The annual orientation speech presented by Student Council President Merrick Garland offers a challenge to the Niles West student body. Dismal weather got Homecoming ' 69 off to a shaky start. The traditional twilight pep rally was held in the gym due to the rain. The pa¬ rade, usually scheduled for Saturday morn¬ ing, was postponed also due to the bad weather. A different method for the selection of the Queen and her court was employed this year. A general election was substituted instead of the usual petitioning. The top five seniors and juniors were presented at the homecoming assembly on Wednesday and a run-off election was completed during the special homeroom that followed. Rain drives students working on Senior Cabinet float indoors to prepare for the parade. 150 The Niles West student body greets the ' 69 varsity football squad. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Standing: Sue Segal, Don Tash, Fred Chapekis, Amy Auerbach, Alvin Katz. Seated: Jason Wolin, Sue Spitzer, Sandy Blechman. Niles West football squad listens intently while Coach Chubin outlines game strategy as a Deerfield intruder sabotages two linemen. Indian mascot, Terry Weidberg, symbolically attacks the Deerfield effigy. Rain Forces Rally Indoors But a Football Victory Brightens Weekend Halftime entertainment is provided by clowns Mark Dol nick, Jim Sherman, and Valerie Kuehn. Wamp Um ' 69 was the cry as this year ' s homecoming began. Spirit reached its peak as Big Red emerged the victor at the tense foot¬ ball game with an outcome of 7-6. New inno¬ vations could be seen in the new selection process of the queen and court and the awarding of non-monitary prizes to the win¬ ning floats. The annual homecoming dance, titled this year as " Illusions of Libra " , culmi¬ nated a wonderful weekend of events. Niles West football fans cheer the team to a homecoming victory over Deerfield. 152 t 4 Queen Carol Weir and escort Tim Erickson Court Members: Denise Schroeder Karen Diakoumis Joanne Niles Amy Auerbach Senior Cabinet President Brandon Leavitt crowns Queen Carol. 1 53 Music at the dance. Illusions of Libra, was pro¬ vided by the pop group Food. Pow Wow ' 69 ... A Space Odyssey " was launched on Friday, November 14 as the 23-man Standing Company went off into outer space in search of new planet for Earthlings. The story centered around the Earth ' s overpo¬ pulation and pollution problems that forced the human race to seek shelter on a new planet. The ship ' s crew visit¬ ed the various planets, each represented by a different act. Between acts, the Standing Company presented old sketches from vaudeville, concerned with outer space. Melanie Miller dances around Jupiter, " the planet with the golden ring. ' " The sun in the morning and the moon at night ' " is all that Jeanne Schiller needs to be content. Members of Pow Wow Standing Company contemplate their appearance if they had " Hair. " 154 m i A Space Odyssey Themes Pow Wow The opening of the show reveals a new stage curtain with the emblem of Pow-Wow ' 69. Barney Whitesman and Barbara Futransky as Orani and Mary attempt to find true happiness on Pluto. 155 Pow-Wow Standing Company discovers Rhythm Of Life ' ' in the opening of the second act. Leads Eliminated for Unified Show After their journey through space, the entire cast agrees that people are no different no matter where you are. ' ' William Rush highlights the program with a baritone solo from William s ' Fantasia on Christmas Carols. ' ' The entire orchestral and choral en¬ semble present Handel s " Messiah " . Festival Music Sets Holiday Tone Under the direction of Ted Kaitchuck, the concert orchestra presents " Ov¬ erture to the Royal Fireworks " by Handel. 158 Hugh McGee, chairman of West ' s music department, conducts the cert choir. A traditional Chanukah tune, " Shalom " , is sung by members of Vivace. m Frank Winkler conducts the A Capella choir, singing " Let All Nations Praise the Lord. " On December 5 Niles West held its ninth annual Holiday Festival. The program fea¬ tured the Concert Orchestra, under the direc¬ tion of Ted Kaitchuck, and the combined vocal groups, under the direction of Hugh McGee and Frank Winkler. The event was well attended, with over two thousand people turning out at the two performances of the yule-tide show. Vivace, the special all-girl singing group, perform " One Little Candle. This year ' s Children ' s Theater production was directed by Ellen Lees as an Independent Study project. Sponsored by James Batts, she was responsible for the entire co-ordination of the show. A new technique was introduced in the play through staging similar to theater- in-the-round. " Many Moons ' ' by James Thurber relates the story of a sickly princess who desires the moon. The princess ' attendants point out how they have attempted to help her. The court jester gives the " moon ' ' to the princess. 160 The wizard exhibits the potion he has created for the princess. Lord Chamberlain and the mathematician explain how to get to the moon. The wizard tells the king how to obtain the moon for his daughter. The court jester performs a mystical dance to relieve the princess. As the king wonders why the " air goes bump ' he proceeds to bump into an invisible court attendant. In another effort to please the king, the royal nurse fumbles again. 161 Brotherhood Spirit Encompasses a Week Student Council President Merrick Garland pauses before introduc¬ ing the next speaker. Instead of a single day of Brotherhood, students organized a series of forums, assemblies, and other activities aimed at creating student awareness of America s urban crisis. The week s events were con¬ cluded with two assemblies, Alderman Bill Singer, Congressman Abner Mikva and Sun-Times reporter Linda Rocky speaking. Sheriff Joseph Woods discusses the conflicting problems of law and order. 162 Senior chairman Anita Banash introduces Cook County Sher¬ iff Joseph Woods. Janet Belcove demonstrates how to play pick-up sticks to two young county patients. Volunteers Give of Self A child is comforted as Paula Begeon recites a fairy tale. The Niles West Hospital Visitors ' Troupe expand¬ ed its program this year to include more than fifty students who participated in the bi-weekly trips to Cook County and Great Lakes Naval Hospitals. Troupe members sponsored many successful Ho¬ liday toy drives. Faculty sponsor Mrs. Bar¬ bara Doherty and a hospi¬ tal volunteer attempt to calm a homesick child. 163 Food contributions went to the Marillac House, the Common Pantry, and the Community Pantry. Project 70 Focuses on Hunger Members of Project 70 believe that hunger is a national disgrace and demand action from every citizen. Project ' 70 participated in one of the ten hunger hikes in Illinois in the spring with the intention of orientating the community to the hunger problem and to collect funds to be used for food distribution locally and overseas. Janet Belcove assists Anita Banash and Scott Weil as they mark off the miles walked on the hunger hike. Mark Rosenberg and his companion gather items to be auctioned. 164 Snow Blankets West World From the serene blanket to the frenzied activity the winter snow offers different interpretations for each individual. The shrouded campus gives way to a wealth of snow ball fights, cold fin¬ gers, and day dreams of a weekend ski or skat¬ ing trip. The undisturbed blanket of snow displays a serene view of the courtyard. Rick Paddor sets his sights on moving target Jim Sherman. Niles West students take ad¬ vantage of the cold weather and engage in a " friendly " snowball fight. 166 Final Flurry Sends Students to Book World A Niles West student skims thru the pages of an important novel before going to take the final. Once again studying proves to be an exhausting activity. An intelligent West pupil shows a fellow classmate the correct way to solve the problem. Every eighteen weeks, students go thru one week of hysteria known as finals. Every mo¬ ment is spent studying and cramming the facts and theories they have ignored all semester. A patient freshman ponders over the question before selecting the appro¬ priate answer. 167 Scholars Win Prep Championship The It ' s Academic team of Bob Loitz, Merrick Garland, and Howard Simons await the next question. w jC KtW j - v- t ml W md _ Bob Loitz signals to answer the stated question. West students exhibited their superior knowledge as they won the Prep Bowl Quiz Championship competing against New Trier West. This year ' s team consisted of Merrick Garland, David Sprin¬ ger, Howard Simons, and Bob Loitz. The team is selected on the basis of general exams, individual interviews, and auditions. Teammates Howard Simons and Cory Franklin research the meaning of a quiz question. Horizons Broadened Once more, students were able to participate in Project: Wingspread, a federally-funded program between urban and suburban schools. Niles West exchanged students with Austin High School. Junior Daryl Goldstein notes remarks on the hunger crisis in Chicago. Project Wingspread is sponsored again by Tom Me Mahon. Students board the bus at Austin for their afternoon seminar. Alderman Bill Singer emphasizes the importance of feeding the hungry. 169 Musical Promotes Student Involvement If a girl isn ' t pretty like a Miss Atlantic City. ' ' " I think you ' re bluffing, Mrs. Strakosh. " Funny Girl, West ' s musical production, brought together almost two hundred students in a play noted for its technical, publicity, and staging in¬ novations. The show, based on the life of 1920 ' s star Fanny Brice, had double cast leads which per¬ formed opposite nights in the show ' s four-day run. This extra-long showing allowed tickets to be sold by school organizations for a profit. Under the direction of Robert Johnson and student direc¬ tor Sue Levine, Funny Girl illustrated the capabili¬ ties of the school ' s dramatics department. " So you know my daughter? " 170 " Where ' s your wife? ' 172 " Only a nickel tip? ' Find yourself a man! " Show Has Four-Day Run 173 niors Have Ugliest 7 The Ugly Man contest adopted a new format this year. The money collected from canning was donated to the Project ' 70 hunger cam¬ paign. The highlight of the dance was the crowning of Junior Kevin Dohm as the Ugliest Man in Niles West. Chairman Carol De Leonardis congratulates Ugly Man Kevin Dohm. L The Web of Illusion performs a current hit song. Unions Emphasize Big Band Beat Back to school ' ' is the theme of the first student union. BAGXTo {SxOOJ. Carol Ambrus, Sherrie Kessler, and Mr. Drum check passes of entering students. To achieve greater popularity among West ' s students, the aim of this year ' s Student Union Board was to hold better but fewer unions. Newer movies such as " The Impossible Years ' ' and " Planet of the Apes " were shown along with such spectacular bands as " Rush " , Joe Kelley ' s Blues Band " and " The Orphanage " . Highlighting the evening is the " Joe Kelley ' s Blues Band.” 175 Gail Golman carefully handles her gown selection for the big eve¬ ning. John Reifenberg shows Mike Becker the delicate orchid he has selected for his date. Annual Prom Plans ' A Time For Us ' Mike Becker examines the fit of a mod tuxedo jacket. The closing social event for the graduates was held on Friday, May 29 in the Grand Ball¬ room of the Sheraton-Chicago. This year s theme, A Time for Us, employed the score from ' Romeo and Juliet ' Prom remains to be the only annual dance besides homecoming. 176 Graduation — a Beginning Dr. Peter Egan spends some leisure moments discussing Winnie-the- Pooh with Sharon Anderson. Guidance counselor Frank Mustari reviews a college acceptance letter with se¬ nior Carol Levey. Graduation ends the activities at Niles West, but realistically it must be viewed as a beginning of a larger and more important lifetime experience of ac¬ tivities. Four years of growth, challenge, and explo¬ ration culminate in a brief hour-long ceremony that caps adolescent life. Barb Parker measures Mike Zazlavsky for his graduation gown. 177 Spectrum Broadens Outlook, Coverage Discussing the best position for cropping a picture for the Intro division of the book are, G. Golman, S. Segal, and M. Jacobs. Sitting — B. Issacson, G. Weinstein, G. Golman, Mr. Turner, S. Klinkman. Stand¬ ing — Mrs. Gordon, C. Levey, M. Jacobs, E. Yamauchi, B. Pines. 3rd Row — S. Segal, C. Handelsman, M. Goran, R. Schneider, N. Rochell. Spectrum 70 for the first time attempted to reach out beyond the halls of Niles West and bring to the stu¬ dents a photographic essay of the American Dream. The introduction was an attempt to broaden the scope of awareness to conditions that exist within society. The staff also changed many former policies by adding group shots plus candid pictures and rearranging the sports section. The staff also expanded the previous ' special events " section to " school life " , a much broader and general topic. R. Schneider and S. Klinkman await reaction to their work. 180 E. Yamauchi gives N. Rochell and C. Levey helpful advice for their special events section. G. Weinstein, B. Pines and R. Schnei¬ der try to determine the identity of an unknown student from the alpha list. 181 Westword Covers School, Community Life Pondering the merit of an article submitted to Westword B. Rupert, L. Schatzman, I. Lavenda and S. Wagman, debate on whether it should be used. Westword, the bi-weekly Niles West newspa¬ per, sought to report to the student body on pertinent school issues and events, accurately and precisely. An effort was initiated for stu¬ dents to express their opinions through let¬ ters to the editor. Speculating on an imaginative layout for the sports page, J. Litke, P. Mandel, and B. Goodman, experiment with various forms. Following the publication of West Word, M. Rosenberg, E. Lees, M. Dolnick, A. Katz, and B. Levitt, sort out thirty issues for distribution to each homeroom. Editor W. Chubin and sponsor Mr. Turner, — reflect over past issues and compare them to the papers of other schools. After diligently probing an important news story, C. Franklin and P. Singer type out their report. H. Bernstein, V. Wurman, S. Fukuya, and P. Weiss, proofread an issue of the West Word. Student Council Advocates Relevancy Student Council strove this year to change its image from an organization which organizes dances and sells donuts, to one that is con¬ cerned with pertinent issues directly affecting student life. Proposals included; formation of a Student Appeal Board, student evaluation of teacher and curriculum, and greater freedom in student use of time. M. Garland proposes new ideas to eager Student Council members during an infor¬ mal meeting. D. Silvert gives some serious thought to upcoming Student Council activities with two of his female colleagues. Last Row: E. Steinberg, L. Brauer, J. Kenis, L. Gordon, S. Davidson, B. Levitus, B. Leavitt, T. Ridley. Fourth Row: R. Cohen, J. Leader, D. Jaf- fee, D. Brauer, P. Weber, S. Schaffer, M. Potoker. Third Row: K. An- dershatt, J. DeLeonardis, M. Wolin, E. Hill, M. Holzman, B. Topol, A. Salzman, T. Atsaves. Second Row: D. Igasaki, M. Bibergal, M. Foo, C. Deleonnardis, S. Blechman, S. Shapiro, P. Igasaki. First Row: L. Ermil lio, A. Servos, M. Garland, D. Silvert, M. Stubb. 184 Last Row: M. Garland, Mr. Gragg, Mr. Geisman. First Row: S. Bleechmen, A. McCellfrish, H. Nimon. Co-op Committee Studies Policy On recommendation from Cooperative Committee the administration adopted the policy of eliminating last semester finals for graduating students. The pollution produced by Wells Manufacturing, the possibilities of open campus, and extending study hall re¬ lease to sophomores were among other perti¬ nent issues discussed by Cooperative Committee. Senior Board Regulates and Enforces Release Senior Board this year was engaged in the laborious business of administering senior release. This entailed numerous meetings with administrators and teachers. All and all the senior board was a success in that it did an efficient job of administering and enforc¬ ing the program, as well as helping initiate the juniors into a release from study. Last Row: M. Floros, M. Shattow, B. Nudel. First Row: B. Pines, Dr. Mannos, S. Chaplik. 185 lift ! Dramas Studied Last Row: Mr. Green, C. Levy. Third Row: M. Garland, L. Simons, L. McElfresh. Second Row: L. Voedesch, M. Rogina, A. McElfresh, D. Barnow. First Row: A. Horwich. Literary Magazine Changes Name In addition to the usual yearly magazine, Opus One published a monthly magazine in¬ cluding all submitted works. P. Thorek, M. Hoelzer, C. Handelsman and M. Goran discuss a manuscript submitted to Opus One. In Workshop Shakespeare Workshop members aided teachers in their presentation of Shakespearian works by acting out and discussing pertinent scenes with them. E. Hill loses herself in preparing for a Midsummer Night s Dream pro¬ duction by Shakespeare Workshop. Last Row: Mrs. Deemer, L. Schlesinger, L. Schlesinger, E. Hill, D. Boy- lan, A. Levinthal, F. Feldman. Second Row: G. Rothman, M. Starkman, F. Seidel. First Row: W. Shakespeare, G. Simon. Press Covers School Activities Hoping to accomplish " saturation coverage " this year, Press Bureau members have diver¬ sified coverage of school affairs and personal¬ ities. Press releases, compiled by this staff of reporter-writers, are reproduced and distrib¬ uted to the local media. A. Servos and V. Wurman discuss an article to be submitted to a local paper while A. Rosen posts a previous article written by Press Bureau. Mr. Geisman, V. Wurman, A. Servos, A. Rosen Discussing the material to be used on the next P.A. announcement, are M. Roman, D. Porzel, and D. Boylan, who decide how each announcement will be read. Last Row: D. Friedler, D. Gannellan, S. Gordon, M. Garland, D. Dorzel, M. Servos. Third Row: M. Horan, E. Chupack, D. Kaplan, M. Tash, R. Schneider. Second Row: C. Furman, M. Biebergal, B. Strauss, A. Farrell. First Row: B. Gilden, M. Starkman, M. Dolnick, K. Rubel, N. Gibson. P.A. Informs, Entertains Daily The cheery voices which are heard each morning, are representatives of the thirty member P.A. committee, who report activities of the day as well as coming events. Other programs the group is working on is an FM radio station and a three school communica¬ tions network. 1 Top To Bottom: S. Landerholm, K. Zazove, M. Trossman, Left: R. Wiess, Right: J. Kramer. Sophomore cheeleader M. Trossman enthusiastically cheers the Indians to victory. Standing: M. Foo, D. Kaplan, D. Boorus, D. Dedo, Kneeling: L. Hirsch, L. Cherney, C. Semar, L. Yi. Relaxing during half time are S. Spitzer and Indian mascot T. Weidberg. 188 Leading fans in the school song are A. Servos, A. Auerbach, D. Schroeder, and S. Timer. Enthusiasm Varies as Spirit Fluctuates The main emphasis of the cheerleading squads during the 69-70 season was to create school spirit from apathy. To coordinate for this effort, meetings were held regularly with pep club. Members of N-club also helped out by leading chants and acting as bases for var¬ ious cheers. Left To Right: J. Bereskin, S. Spitzer, A. Auerbach, S. Timmer, A. Servos, D. Schroeder, L. Gill. Last Row: D. Muth, D. Riback, D. Kouces, L. Leaver, D. Durston, D. Porzel. Fourth Row: C. Roland, P. Porcaro, J. Leader, C. Weir, M. Ser- vous. Third Row: J. Erlbacher, R. Goran, J. Zoros, N. Graham. Second Row: N. Rochell, D. Weiss, J. Levine. Kneeling: M. Shandelson. Spirited Pom Pon Squad Entertains Crowds The girls in the red Indian costumes and hap¬ py smiles are another asset to Niles West football and basketball games. These twenty girls help the cheerleaders in the school song and at half time display their ability in dance steps and stunts. Caught in the act of practicing, D. Kouces, C. Weir, and M. Servos, re¬ hearse for the next game. Trying to arouse enthusiasm and spirit during a pep assembly are R. Goran and J. Levine. N-Club Recognizes Athletic Prowess Last Row: T. Brunning, M. Weiser, S. Tiltz, L. Putterman, M. Becker, S. Stein, F. Eisenham- mer, K. Dohm, B. Kramer. Sixth Row: B. Pat¬ terson, J. Madden, R. Hirschstick, S. Colton, B. Jacobs, B. Goodman, K. Moser, R. Laurence, M. Halperin. Fifth Row: P. Amarantos, J. Soren¬ sen, L. Spiak, L. Goldfarb, M. Edwards, N. Martino, M. Bowman, B. Glassberg, J. Grzy- bowski. Fourth Row: L. Cohen, B. Gordon, S. Pogofsky, R. Chapman, R. Bold, R. Cohen, R. Mader, C. Halfpap, P. Springborn, J. Kenis. Third Row: J. Litke, B. Lippo, D. Klein, S. Perz, D. Mann, K. Dohm, J. Welch, S. Bell, M. Zas¬ lavsky. Second Row: S. Semar, S. Davidson, J. Banas, S. Beaudette, R. Weimer, R. Jaremus, J. Rossi, M. Nelson, C. Jackson, R. Soskin. First Row: B. Beaudette, L. Glines, J. Abrams, E. Halpern, P. Sakas, M. Gilbert, F. Chapakis, B. Rosen, B. Guenther, J. Polon, Coach Armour. N-Club members add their “usual enthusiasm " , while the annual home¬ coming assembly is in progress. K. Hoffman and J. Rossi try their hardest to make a field goal. To become a member of N-club, one must first receive his major letter in a varsity sport. He then must attend a physically strenuous initia¬ tion. Members also helped cheerleaders by act¬ ing as bases for various mounts during pep as¬ semblies and games. Interclub activities includ¬ ed hayrides, barbecques, dances and dinners. 191 Timers Assist at Home Swim Meets The Niles West timers club assists at all the home meets, and does all the timing, an¬ nouncing and helps keep the records of these scores straight. They try to help run the meet as smoothly and as quickly as possible. Last Row: L. Steiger, J. Sobol, N. Gibson, N. Numrich, B. Kamm, C. Loos, L. Karkow, M. Casey, D. Melin, Mrs. Binnie. Third Row: M. Solecki, S. Shapiro, N. Opalka, D. Edington, L. Cain, S. Blechman, R. Einbinder, S. Jacobs. Second Row: D. Vinci, J. Flood, J. Sobol, P. Gavlin, D. Rugen, G. Sorensen, C. Cain, C Sakas, L. Warady. First Row: P. Strub, D. Hoffman, M. Amstrup, M. Sobol, S. Anderson, M. Hulock, N. Grahm, C. Hulock. Pacesetters Time Track Meets Last Row: M. Sandlow, M. Magewski, L. Olson, D. Kouzes, L. Mandell, D. Porzel, P. Winslow, J. Grimm. Fifth Row: D. Hamil¬ ton, N. Larson, L. Newman, P. Quirk, L. Steiger, N. Floyd, S. Jacobs. Fourth Row: A. Lalean, S. Schwartz, M. Sobel, C. Philbin, P. Hyosaka. Third Row: R. Solano, A. Brody, B. Strauss, L. Ermilio, G. Vaughn, V. For- tuna, Mr. Fizzel. Second Row: D. North, N. Opalka, R. Einbinder, T. Hoftman, H. Rov- ell, S. Seirzaka. First Row: S. Trantor, L. Cain, D. Edington, C. Lyman. Pacesetters is a new club in the school. It was started last year to assist at the indoor and outdoor track meet, and this year started off the season by helping at the cross country meet. For a new club the membership has grown greatly. Guard ClubTeaches Saturday Swim Classes Patience, aquatic skills and the desire to in¬ struct are all prerequisites for guard club members. Its primary purpose is to teach children how to swim on Saturday mornings and promote safety while functioning as lifeguards. Last Row: R. Martorano, G. Barsamian, M. Johnson, J. Quist, S. Stauber, R. Thompson, G. Sorensen, P. Amarantos, B. Paterson. Fourth Row: M. Winn, B. Drusen, L. Hesfield, D. Rash, C. Loos, T. Bennett, T. Erpelding, Mr. Davis. Third Row: J. Sobel, C. Cain, L. Ermilio, D. Edington, L. Cain, L. Klemptner, J. Sobel, C. Woods, M. Casey. Second Row: M. Amstrup, M. Quist, C. Klint, S. Shapiro, G. Erickson, S. Masters, M. Shumate. First Row: L. Moeller, D. Vin¬ ci, G. Sorensen, M. Green, R. Nutting, J. Spray, M. Norberg, K. Klint, D. Rugen. Pep Club Prods Apathetic Student Body School spirit anyone? This is the product Pep Club is selling, by chanting with cheerleaders and enthusiastically encouraging the teams " onward to victory. These Niles West loyal¬ ists reassure the student body that West is Best. Last Row: D. Sussman, G. McDonald, K. MacDonald, D. Dolce, J. Clark, S. Schaffer, P. Winslow. Third Row: M. Lustig, L. Pagni, C. Berman, E. Hill, P. Hayes, M. White. Second Row: L. Koester, J. Claus, E. Tash, L. Neiberg, P. Phillips. First Row: J. Silensky, Miss Kouba, M. Ashlevitz, B. Schneider, J. Nishimura. Russian Students Dance for Peoria Convention Future Teachers Offer Academic Tutoring Future teachers club fosters an interest in the teaching profession and tries to acquaint the girls with the various aspects of the career. The club sponsors the Teacher Aide Program, which enables members to assist classroom instructors. Another activity is the Student Tutoring Program, which designates the fu¬ ture teachers to other students who require help in academic subjects. Last Row: Mrs. Brownell, R. Wertheimer, E. Greenman, A. Rosen, K. Staackmann. Third Row: D. Vonder Linden, P. Rosengarden, K. Tell, K. Kopinski. Second Row: J. Johnson, I. Lavenda, D. Gold- meier, D. Burkhardt, K. Anderschat. First Row: S. Goldmeier, S. Sadur, J. Deppong, P. Wolin. Seeking a greater insight into Russian culture and folklore, club members formed a dancing troupe which performed on various occa¬ sions, among them the PE convention in Peoria. Students also saw the Russian opera Khovanshchina by Moussorgsky, the Balalai¬ ka orchestra, and the film adaptation of Tol¬ stoy ' s War and Peace. Last Row: Mrs. Georgiev, L. Aubens, G. Hartfeil, S. Klinkman, R. Korajczyk. Second Row: N. Liskar, L. Pertt, F. Lambert, C. Goldstein. First Row: N. Kochell, M. Shandelson, J. Friedman, R. Anderson. Spanish Linquists Emphasize Culture Taking advantage of Chicago ' s Spanish and Latin American offerings, Spanish Club members have visited the Art Museum, dined at a Latin American restaurant, and presented a dance demonstration in Springfield. In ad¬ dition they have fostered and supported a Latin American foster child. Last Row: N. Trues- dale, D. Quixtoe, M. Rubin, E. Levine. Sec¬ ond Row: N. Joseph, J. Carlos, M. Miller, B. Metrick. First Row: N. Goldman, J. Obrand, S. Fischer, T. Greenberg, R. Levin German Club Dances Through Ethnic Studies Last Row: K. Kopinski, M. Leonida, G. Heinz, G. Lewison, T. Ander¬ son, L. Grosseman, R. Hacker, B. Prielozny, J. Hiratsuka. Fourth Row: S. Roos, J. Peters, B. Zimmer, H. Schaff, S. Drew, M. Gillman, A. Smith, J. Iverson. Third Row: S. Schulz, K. Luecht, G. Kahn, J. Mur- The formation of a German folk dancing troupe, excursions to German town, a Christ¬ mas party visited by an authentic German Santa, and a visit to a German restaurant in May were among the many activities carried out by German Club. For the first time field trips to a German foreign language film was planned. phy, M. Keene, C. Lewison, S. Southerland. Second Row: D. Kasgrove, V. Weil, R. Schneider, L. Moshinsky, A. Heller, L. Cohen. First Row: Miss Burwell, B. Strauss, S. Bell, D. Berkowitz, T. Grimm, Mr. Brink. Latin Club Studies Cultural Heritage Multimedia Happenings Highlight Art Study Members of Art Council explore fascinating techniques and many faceted processes by planning, " Happenings " and " Multimedia " shows, hearing experts on particular aspects of art and taking field trips to art exhibits. Last Row: A. Winkler, B. Metrick, S. Ellwing, P. Pic- casso, F. Ami, R. Diamond. Second Row: F. Demirel, S. Anderson, J. Spencer, J. Dramer, L. Klemm, P. Goslin. First Row: Mrs. Karnig, A. Adelmann, J. Clark, B. Weitzman, J. Selinsky, G. Kasniak, M. Tolman. Last Row: D. Ganellan, L. Borggia, C. Wertheimer. Second Row: A. Katz, N. Robinson, E. Yamauchi, G. Tarshis, G. Glassgen, J. Hamiltion, R. Berger. First Row: J. Priess, B. Bieber, P. Farber, E. Schroder. Developing insight into this culture, learning about Roman culture from guest speakers and different authors, have opened enriching avenues for this years Latin Club members. 196 Debators Argue Military Intervention Through exercises of research and presenta¬ tion debators learn to look at all sides of an argument and present their ideas clearly. The topic debated was ' Resolved that Congress should prohibit U.S. unilateral military inter¬ vention in foreign countries.” Last Row: S. Fen- chel, F. Feldman. Second Row: Mr. Engle, M. Shattow, Mr. Reiter, O. Uher, D. Schiffman, M. Nyberg, R. Riveron, P. Johnson, R. Freud. First Row: H. Scheff, M. Gar¬ land, L. Graham. Forensics, the public speaking organization at West, gives students an opportunity to im¬ prove their speaking ability. The areas of competition have been extended this year to include Duet Acting and Readers Theatre. Forensics Adds New Events Last Row: S. Levine, M. Dolnick, R. Paddor, M. Starkman, J. Neu- hauser, B. Layfer. Third Row: D. Kaplan, R. Schaller, D. Boylan, E. Hill. Second Row: Mrs. Hig¬ gins, N. Leonchik, S. Schaffer, A. Levinthal, Miss Ward. First Row: J. Kreiter, P. Berman, B. Rupert, Medias Mix Left To Right: N. Leonchik, G. Weiss, D. Barnow, M. Rogina, L. Simons. With the relief of finally finishing, D. Barnow and K. Skalski, run off a flier to announce an upcoming activity of Arts Club. Arts Club seeks to attract and teach students more of the fast changing phases of art, includ¬ ing such diverse areas of film, painting, drama, poetry and literature, music and sculpture. Contest Play Inaugurated Niles West for the first time was involved in IHSA contest play competition. The event con¬ sisted of The Lark, a one act play written by Jean Anouilk. J. Casey and M. Dolnick practice a cutting from the contest play The Lark. Last Row: B. Pridozny, K. Rubel, B. Schaller, M. Starkman, C. Levey, M. Cooper, J. Eisenberg, B. Levitt, D. Haiy. Fifth Row: A. Katz, P. Far- ber, B. Layfer, S. Zazove, R. Klein, L. Dicker, S. Roos, M. Garland. Fourth Row: S. Levine, M. Cutura, C. Lang, R. Paddor, W. Chubin, R. Paddor, L. Strahl, P. Johnson, S. Sedloff. Third Row: R. Rowell, G. Regula, A. Salzman, H. Bernstein, S. Segal, J. Casey, N. Truesdale, B. Futransky. Second Row: A. Seide, E. Lees, M. Dolnick, B. Rubert, C. Wien. First Row: E. Lieberman, M. Romen, B. Davis, B. Metrick, D. Lewis, R. Diamond. Thespians Visit Local Theatres Thespians, the honorary dramatic organization, is a way of honoring students who have excelled in drama. It ' s purpose is to maintain the excel¬ lent quality of productions, to further scholar¬ ship programs and to see and compare profes¬ sional drama productions for all students at Niles West. J. Casey explains to the photographer about upcoming Thespians events. W. Chubin, M. Garland and A. Katz re¬ view a recent broadway hit. J. Zacher, R. Chapman, L. Putterman. S.S.O. Monitors Volunteer Time for School Service SSO, the student service organization, stands for exactly that. It is one of the most helpful clubs that the school has. It not only has stu¬ dents placed in certain positions in the halls to check passes, but they also have students helping out i n the always active main office, by running errands, answering the phone and other jobs to help save time for the busy secretaries. Student Union Fights Inflation With Price Cut Though inflation is plaguing the national economy, it has not affected the price of SUB Last Row: T. Atsaves, S. Spears, M. Cutrera, V. Wallace, D. Riback, C. De- tickets. Rather the price was lowered this leonardis Second Row: Mr Drum - A Duhl T H omthai, w. Keith, G. Goslin, r K. Rubel, M. Potempa, N. Spencer, Mr. Requarth. First Row: D. Kouzes, E. year trom $2.50 to $1.00. Jacobs, L. Brauer,T. jacobs, L. Wasserman. A. Hsu and D. Schiffman contemplate an important move. Chessmen Compete in Suburban League Chess is a game of skill which requires imagi¬ nation and the ability to think of moves be¬ fore playing them. Not only does the club spend many hours of concentration, but the club also promotes good fellowship and the enjoyment of chess. Left to Right: M. Shattow, R. Sierzega, A. Hsu, D. Schiffman, M. Machalin- ski, A. Starr, P. Smedberg, J. Balandrin, K. Hsu, S. Shattow, Mr. Holtz. Collectors Trade, Share Stamps, Coins The members of stamp and coin club conduct trading sessions where they all get together and swap and shop for stamps and coins. Guest speakers and movies are on the agenda, besides attending conventions and shows concerning their hobby. Last Row: D. Igaasaki, R. Pick, D. Ash, L. Robins. Second Row: P. Bronstein, R. Feldman, R. Kreeger, P. Stein, L. Stone. First Row: A. Cuccio (Sponsor), M. Weksler (Secretary), W. Silverman (Pres.), T. Sudow (Treasurer). 201 Physics Club Arouses Scientific Curiosity Hoping to arouse greater interest in the field of physics, the club held a Physics Open House to introduce underclassmen to the sci¬ ence. Exhibits and experiments demonstrat¬ ing various physical phenomena were also conducted. Last Row: M. Solomon, C. Brabandt, A. Einstein, M. Klugman. First Row: R. Schiffman, D. McCloud, S. Cheng, S. Shattow. B. Yablon, M. Fisher, D. Springborn, and J. Nisttmura discuss dif¬ ferent nursing courses offered by local colleges. Medical Careers Club Fills Christmas Stockings For their annual Christmas project, the mem¬ bers of Medical Careers Club sponsored a school-wide drive to collect toys for the child¬ ren of needy servicemen. Last Row: D. Springborn, M. Fisher, Mrs. Springer, B. Yablon, J. Nisttmura, C. Miller. First Row: A. Ridenhower, C. Kusper, K. Deuchya, L. Deuchya. INS Promotes Tobacco Abstinence I ' ll never smoke — I ' m no sucker. There are 1,335 Niles West students who have signed a pledge not to smoke, and are thus members of INS Club. INS students help parents stop smoking and they put on demonstrations for eighth grade students. Last Row: S. Steinberg, B. Bernstein, R. Skipton, D. Igasaki, B. Liebson. Second Row: Mr. Blackmore, D. Chase, T. Gielow, S. Ro¬ senberg, L. Pertt, S. Aronson. First Row: L. Jenkins, D. Ami, L. Stone, A. Starr. Environment Study Promotes Understanding Students with special interests in the areas of geology, oceanography, weather, and air pol¬ lution are members of Earth Science Club. Science projects for the state science fair in Champagne, Illinois, were also planned. Left To Right: R. Arons, Mr. Beeftink, B. Kerman, J. Claus, G. Ru- kin, G. BraBee, P. Moy, A. AlFredson, B. Miller. 203 R Grimm, A. Rowen, L. Grossman, B. Walberg. An Aquarist club member takes his turn cleaning out the new fish tank. Aquarists Manage Fish Tank The beautiful 150 gallon tank displayed on the third floor is the prime responsibility of the Niles West Aquarist Club. When they are not taking field trips to the Shedd Aquarium or Field Museum, they are busy managing the tank which has a newly installed filtration system. Ecology Club Studies Plants, Animals Seeking to better understand plants and ani¬ mals and their relationship to their environ¬ ment, Ecology Club observes nature through field work. Their agenda includes bi-monthly meetings featuring guest speakers and films, along with Saturday afternoon field trips. LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. Mitchell, S. Gollin, S. Block, D. Greenberg, T. Torp, J. Enenstein, N. Hentz, H. Scheff. During one of their many field trips, a member of Ecology Club relaxes while enjoying the beauty of nature. Bio-Chem Ponders Mysteries of Science The fascinating intricacies of the human body along with its chemical processes are among the many topics explored by members of Bio-Chem Club. David Greenberg carefully measures an amount of concen¬ trated HCL during a complicated chemistry experiment. Standing — D. Greenberg, S. Brasch, H. Scheff. First Row — J. Jackson, R. Thompson, M. Shumate, P. Lindeman, S. Kramer. M. Solomon instructs S. Kacel on the proper construction of a model rocket. Among its many activities Astronomies and Aero¬ nautics Club this year participated in model air¬ craft and rocket competition with Elgin High School, took field trips to model aircraft meets, and attended instruction seminars on various phases of model aircraft construction and flying. Astronomy, Aeronautics Offers Model Rocketry Left to Right: S. Kacel, Mr. Rogoski, P. Kuhn, O. Wright, M. Solomon, T. Nied, M. McNulty. Bridge Club Emphasizes Finesse The fascinating intricacies of contract bridge are constantly being perfected by members of Bridge Club. A spring tournament in which members paired up and competed for the club championship was held. Last Row: J. Shalowitz, D. Berkowitz, M. Pinkhert, S. Cheng, M. Klugman, M. Shattow. Second Row: K. Beckman, D. Weiss, R. Beswick, A. Smith, L. Stone. First Row: L. Rob¬ ins, C. Brabandt, G. Kahn, S. Rosenberg, M. Cohen. Camera Buffs Record Year The camera bugs of Niles West have found a hideout in Photo Club. There they were able to exercise their creativity and skill in photo¬ graphing and developing a finished print. Lectures accompanied by practical experi¬ ence, assisted members in perfecting their skills. Last Row: Mr. Requarth, C. Bugarin, A. Rowen, P. Katsoukis, C. John¬ son, R. Kreegier. First Row: M. Mroz, B. Jaremus, J. Gunderson, N. Horvat. D. Lustig examines a recently developed negative. V Journalists Recognized A. Katz, W. Chubin, and M. Dolnick demonstrate the diligence and spirit that is behind Quill and Scroll. Last Row: A. Katz, S. Klinkman, W. Chubin, B. Pines. Second Row: C. Levey, G. Golman, H. Bernstein, M. Goran, N. Rochelle. First Row: B. Isaacson, P. Singer, C. Franklin, M. Dolnick. Quill and Scroll, the international high school honorary for journalism, inducted new members this year at the spring ban¬ quets presented for the West Word and Spectrum staffs. Members are selected on the basis of academic standing and out¬ standing work in any phase of journalism. Last Row: Mr. Turner, W. Chubin, C. Berman, M. Rush, K. Kranski, J. Salzmen, K. Bridger, C. Mrozek, D. Ber- kowitz. Second Row: B. Rubert, A. McElfresh, N. Kaufman, J. Zacher, S. Levine, G. Gol¬ man, J. Belcove, J. Sherman. First Row: L. Schatzman, E. Yamauchi, L. Lucas, N. Robinson, S. Lerner, N. Rochell. Volunteers Serve Hospitals For hundreds of children at Cook County Hos¬ pital, the only party given them during the year was given by the Niles West Hospital Visitors Troupe at Christmas. Each child received a stocking filled with games and toys. The troupe also sponsored a toy drive, collecting 5800 stuffed animals and toys for the children at Cook County. Usherettes Sponsor Mother-Daughter Banquet Usherettes Club, in addition to providing helpful service for Niles West plans to usher at other schools and playhouses as well. They will also visit young children at different orphanages. Last Row: P. Weber, G. Sperry, M. Hat- tendorf, M. Myles, J. Horvat, S. Mar¬ cus, J. Sobol. Sec¬ ond Row: Miss Leonhard, M. So- lecki, P. Cacioppo, D. Hoffman, C. Beck. First Row: G. Segal, M. Zuker- man. Vivace Sings for Area Groups Last Row: P. Johanson, N. Papciak, G. Hansen, D. Meier, J. Quatrochi, R. Gott, A. Salzman, J. Hardell, J. Harris, R. Skogsbachen. Third Row: K. Kopinski, R. Levin, P. Tovell, S. Marcus, L. Duchet, P. Cass, C. Simmons, S. Southerland, D. Barnow, R. Pellar. Second Row: C. Na- Vivace contributed its musical talents at the Christmas and May Festivals, PTA meetings, and synagogue programs. Colorful scarves have been added to their usual dress. kashima, P. Berman, D. Glick, S. Brody, B. Futransky, J. Perlman, J. Papciak, S. Ellwing, A. Holzer. First Row: Mr. McGee, M. Kaufman, W. Hirsh, P. Pierson, B. Topel, J. Bussert, L. Bland, G. Lahaiken, E. Hamil¬ ton, B. Prielozny. Honor Society Recognizes Talent The National Honor Society, honors senior and junior students for these outstanding traits: Scholarship, character, leadership and service. Lists of eleventh and twelfth grade students with 3.0 averages or better are sent to the faculty each year. The faculty then se¬ lects students who best display these four traits. The membership is limited to 3% of the junior class and 9% of the senior class. Last Row: D. McLeod, D. Shapiro, M. Neiberg, M. Garland. Third Row: G. Kahn, A. Hsu, S. Rosenberg, N. Gavlin. Second Row: S. Levin, E. Steinberg, J. Harris, D. Sherbin, J. Bussart. First Row: A. Smith, C. Skalsky, D. Springer, A. Servos. Westones are unique in that they specialize in pop, folk and rock music, as well as tunes from the swing era. This year Westones is utilizing a double rhythm section, featuring original arrangements and compositions of the members of the group. Last Row: B. Prielogy, T. Weidberg, P. Egebrecht, D. Egebrecht, D. Berkowitz, G. Hienz. Third Row: B. Prielozy, D. Muth, C. Nakashima, A. Salzman, J. Sherman, R. Skogsbakken. Second Row: R. Peller, J. Elarde, P. Tovel, D. Roth, A. Kitchen. First Row: B. Haussman, J. Perel- man, J. Sager, B. Schaller, A. Smith, J. Eisenberg, S. Couwenhouser. Westones Combine Melody With Modern Rythms GAA Offers Variety of Athletic Programs Last Row: M. Casey, C. Woods, B. Kamm, C. Loos, C. Casper, M. Ma- greet, S. Higas, L. Cain, D. Edington, S. Sikavicz. First Row: L. Steiger, gewski. Third Row: K. Klint, V. Bennett, D. Springborn, M. Frake, D. G. Sorensen, L. Niles. Vinci, N. Floyd, S. Blechman, Miss Kay. Second Row: C. Cain, K. Ele- Last Row: A. Gundlach, B. Blumenthal, I. Levine, J. Lauders, G. Claver, L. Zyburt, N. Stanko Middle Row: C. Gussis, N. Graham, S. Gore, N. Elegreet, J. Block, L. Saltz, D. Worth. Sitting: L. Herald, L. Warady, L. Feldman, N. Plice, S. Pres¬ ton, D. Weiss, L. Erton, E. Quinn, R. Wallach. No matter what the athletic ability of any girl at West, GAA after school activities provide her with a wide range of sports to participate in: Volleyball, recreational swim, slimnastics, basketball, bowling, softball, tennis, golf, and track. 210 Last Row: C. An¬ derson, K. Caliva, W. Tobias, G. Mueller, G. Sichau, E. Friedman, M. Amstrup, D. Wol- nik. Second Row: L. Johnson, D. Kluge, J. Tripicchio, S. Rahnert, J. Ellyne, S. Franks, A. Kitch¬ en, C. Katznelson, A. Schneider. First Row: D. Gruenke, J. Bauer, M. Stone, R. Wimpar, S. Korn- hauser, L. Chikar- aishi, P. Peat, Miss Wilde. Last Row: Miss Heeren, J. Grimm, R. Nelson, C. Loos, M. Gilluly, S. ond Row: K. Klint, N. Halfpap, M. Frake, J. Estes, L. Hirschauer, M. Anderson, D. Dolce, C. Kasper, M. Kachan. Third Row: T. Kimura, M. Sortal, D. Halfpap, K. Klein, J. Ellyne. First Row: N. Truesdale, M. Fisher, T. Hoffman, D. Hoffman, S. Mura, N. Elgreet, L. Delano. Sec- Casey, J. Iverson, J. Obrand, N. Magewski, C. Hoffman, L. Olsen. Foreign Student Club Sponsors Exchanges ' V 212 Last Row: S. Gore, M. Shattow, Mrs. Carleton, T. Greenman. First Row: J. Terran, N. Weisman, N. Cavelle. J. Fineberg, M. Shat¬ tow, A. Yonan, and Mrs. Carleton demon¬ strate international cooperation. N. Cavelle diligently studies a difficult grammar unit from her English book. Foreign Students is a new club as it was formerly a committee of Student Council. The club functions by integrating the foreign students into the Niles West school life. It also encourages new immi¬ grants and citizens to become part of the organization. S. Gore and M. Shaattow make posters to announce upcoming events while N. Weissman, A. Yonan, M. Musstard, and J. Fineberg. Varsity Finishes Third Ken Dohm brings down a Maine East receiver after a pass reception for good yardage. NW 35 Maine East Opponent 9 0 Niles North 6 9 Glenbrook North 14 14 New Trier West 0 7 Deerfield 6 21 Maine South 0 9 Glenbrook South 13 21 Maine West 16 An alert Maine South defender deflects a pass intended for Stewart Colton. 216 jr v • ,4 Mitch Nelson provides the interference as Tim Er¬ ickson dives for a first down. The West offensive line collides with the enemy. First Row: M. Anderson, P. Klipowicz, J. Prim, K. Stilly, B. Kramer, J. Flood, T. Abshire, H. Bartlett, S. Perz, C. Jackson. Second Row: Mgr. S. Badesch, Mgr. J. Shalowitz, B. Guenther, S. Shore, D. Mahmet, G. Cherepaha, D. Perz, S. Heim, L. Clapperty, Mgr. J. Stephens, Mgr. L. Spiewak. Third Row: L. Steinlauf, D. Goldman, M. Becker, D. Klein, G. Jakubik, K. Hoffman, P. Witt, B. Knudson, J. Lapins, M. Desent, M. Machalinski. Fourth Row: Coach M. Basrak, Coach B. Schnurr, Coach W. Paulsen, L. Hoffman, K. Gerentz, A. Schranz, J. Rossi, R. Angell, S. Keeshin, B. Norman, M. Nelson, S. Asher, Coach D. Huff, Coach W. Coyer, Trainer Turry. Fifth Row: F. Chapekis, K. Dohm, P. Sakas, S. Colton, T. Kristoff, J. Tritschler, J. Nabolotny, R. Hillstrand, Coach R. Henrici. Sixth Row: R. Tapper, M. Kanter, H. Beck, T. Casper, M. Newman, K. Dohm, R. Berger, R. Mader, B. Hirschtick, C. Szuberla, B. Guenther, T. Erickson, D. Conrad, J. Welch, B. Mitt. 217 Bill Guenther, keeping on a bootleg, finds plen¬ ty of running room around right end. Large Turnout Bolsters Spirit Halfback Mike Becker leaps over the defense while collecting valuable Indian yardage. Tim Erickson clutches the ball after scoring six points. Aided by the largest turnout in recent seasons, the 1969 Niles West varsity football team completed its regular sea¬ son schedule with a very successful 5-3 record. The Indi¬ ans finished in third place in the Central Suburban League, any hopes of a conference crown being dashed by a 13-9 defeat to Glenbrook South back on October 24. Injuries and a lack of size and speed hampered West ' s chances this year. Starting back Mike Becker, for example, was sidelined early in the season with an injured leg. And tinyness , as Coach Mike Basrak called it, was a factor in preventing the Indians from finishing on top. Even before the first contest, Basrak pinpointed smallness, as well as slowness, as liabilities that the squad must overcome. The varsity was backed up by a talented junior varsity team that played out its own schedule of eight contests. Finishing its season — highlighted by a 40-0 victory over the Glenbrook South JV team — with a 4-2-2 record, the junior varsity displayed the talent that will be pooled to make 1970 even more successful than 1969. The enemy finds running room past Greg Jakubik. After a good fake, Scott Shore feeds to Kev in Dohm who hits off tackle. Tim Erickson avoids a shoestring tackle. With his receivers well-covered. Bill Guenther finds a hole up the middle. Stewart Colton outbattles the defender in his bid for the passed ball. 219 Sophs Acquire Winning Habit Rich Lain is the victim of a gang tackle after grinding out short yardage. Looking on is Jim Thornton. Scott Zolke fades to pass behind adequate protection. NW 14 Maine East Oppon 6 7 Niles North 6 9 Glenbrook North 8 21 New Trier West 8 21 Deerfield 22 20 Maine South 16 14 Glenbrook South 21 22 Maine West 0 First Row: G. Battaglia, R. Peterson, F. Coletto, T. Brown, L. Goldberg, M. Dayan, L. Goldstein, S. Zolke, J. Searle, M. Niesman, L. Snyder, M. Perlow, J. Gaule, J. Thornton, R. Watts. Second Row: Coach G. Earle, Coach D. Fickes, M. Potoker, D. Wood, B. Edwards, R. Nitsche, M. Roberto, T. Amarantos, R. Lain, J. Welch, S. McCullough, R. Got tlieb, R. Klauss, A. Mitchell, E. Tripp, H. Kieffel, M. Wyzgala, Mgr. Third Row: E. Turton, M. Stielow, T. Bindus, E. Bohrer, P. Weiss, R. Peck, B. Holmblad, R. Hill, M. Shore, P. Clesi, M. Schreiber, W. Nemanich, K. Gaiter, F. Swanke, J. Tell, M. Tash, J. Stohlberg, L. Moskowitz, S. Kuda. NW 0 Freshman " A " Niles North Opponent 12 NW 0 Freshman " B " Niles North Opponent 20 0 Glenbrook North 34 0 Glenbrook North 26 6 New Trier West 0 14 New Trier West 18 7 Deerfield 13 0 Deerfield 36 12 Main South 14 16 Maine South 46 0 Glenbrook South 12 14 Glenbrook South 24 14 Maine West 22 0 Maine West 34 First Row: B. Lorenz, D. Hintz, R. Grover, B. Sakis, S. Lapins, B. Levitus, J. Flannery, D. Senensky, H. Lipshutz, R. Kelly, Mgr. Second Row: Coach D. Miller, M. Kirste, R. Stohle, B. Young, W. Richards, B. Sail, P. Staackman, J. Heinz, T. Walsh, R. Machalinski, G. Kwiecin- ski, A. Jackson, F. Sanchez, Coach M. Skuban. Third Row: S. Kropp, B. Topol, B. Goldberg, P. Mensinger, M. Mitchell, P. Smith, R. Dieder- ick, J. Anderson, J. Glick, R. Ostergaard, D. Bordan, Coach M. Schmidt. K. Hebaker, P. Panik, B. Gibbons, H. Neiberg, R. Nutting, S. Guttman, T. Ridley, B. Brown, B. Warman, M. O ' Roark, D. Dorfman, B. Teg- ert. Second Row: B. Kopinski, Mgr. J. Entratter, T. O ' Callahan, R. Ruley, R. Diekstein, J. Hengesh, B. Smith, J. O ' Malley, N. Greenberg, R. Capadagli, Coach M. Schmidt, Coach J. Armour. Third Row: S. Ehas, S. Borde, J. Matchen, M. Koplin, R. Rosen, D. McEnerney, T. Riccio, B. Camras, D. Hoffman, M. Erickson. y ' Two Make All-State Team The team ' s improvement was characterized by significant individual achievement. Rick Bold and Larry Putterman were named to the All-State Team, following a season of outstanding play. Named in the Honorable Mention category were Ed Halpern, Bruce Lippo, and Rollin Soskin. In¬ side forward Soskin also set school records by kicking eight goals in a sea¬ son and four in one game. Soccer s third year at West saw increased student interest in the fast- paced sport. As fan support grew, so did the Indian ' s winning ways. Soc¬ cer buffs — as well as the uninitiated — saw a team that played as a unit. Individual stars played for the team, becoming stars only with the help of fine play by every member of the squad. If optimism for 1969 was high, optimism has surely reached its peak for the 1970 season. The coaching staff is revelling in the prospect of seeing experienced juniors coupling their talents with eager sophomores in a sport that has already developed a winning tradition at West. Allowing a pass to skip by him is fullback Marty Edwards. Fullback Larry Putterman collides with an Evanston oppo¬ nent in a skirmish in front of the goal. r 1 Emotions are intense as All-State Halfback Rick Bold strug¬ gles with an opponent for possession of the ball. Coach Fernando Velasco ' s varsity soccer men performed better this season than in the two previous years of competition. Rounding out a formidable 12-game schedule with a 1-0 win over St. Mels, the Indians were good enough to finish eighth in the State of Illinois. Co-captain Ed Halpern has the advantage of better balance as a Wildkit is faked out of position. Halfback Paul Springborn races downfield in an attempt to break an offensive thrust. NW 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 1 5 1 Opponents Lyons 5 Oak Park 4 New Trier East 1 Maine East 0 Waukegan 0 Evanston 6 New Trier East 2 St. Mels 1 Lake Forest 1 New Trier West 2 Maine South 2 St. Mels 0 Inside forward Rollin Soskin scores the Indian ' s lone goal against Evanston ' s Wildkits. Front Row, (1-r): M. Weidling, L. Goldfarb, R. Cohen, B. Rosenbloom, Edwards, R. Bramson, B. Quinn, M. Zaslavsky, T. Castiglione. Third M. Bowman, R. Soskin, M. Wax, R. Goodman, J. Litke, D. Mann Row: S. Semar, D. Jaffe, B. Fisher, P. Springborn, M. Mroz, E. Halpern, (mgr.). Second Row: Coach Porter, Coach Velasco, J. Goodman, B. Mill- J. Kenis, S. Bell, D. Hoshizaki, R. Bold, R. Mohn, N. Scipione. er, M. Ross, J. Samatas, J. Banus, S. Tietz, B. Lippo, L. Putterman, M. ___ Varsity Finishes Senior Nick Scipione battles with an Evanston opponent for possession of the ball. (Above right) Junior Ray Mohn attempts to drive past two defensemen. Fighting for control of the ball with three opponents are Rollin Sos- kin (13) and Tony Castiglione (38). Indians outnumber Wildkits as the ball is apparently up for grabs. 224 Sophomores Freshmen NW Opponents NW 0 Lyons 3 o 0 Oak Park 0 2 3 Maine East 2 3 1 Waukegan 1 0 2 Evanston 5 0 0 New Trier East 2 1 4 Morton East 2 3 7 St. Mels 0 0 4 Lake Forest 1 2 0 New Trier West 0 2 4 Maine South 1 6 Maine East 1 6 St. Mels 0 SOPHOMORE SOCCER. Front Row (kneeling): L. Robbins, S. Rai- nerd, D. McAllister, N. Wilner, T. Friedman, F. Schechter, T. Cohen, F. Weiss, B. Lynn. Second Row: Coach Sandstead, B. Kouba, B. Peterson, Opponents Maine East 0 Evanston 2 Maine South 1 Lyons 1 Evanston 1 Waukegan 0 New Trier East 0 New Trier West 2 Lyons 1 Maine East 1 S. Edwardson, M. Meisleman, C. Culloton, R. Pruzan, R. Casey, M O ' Cassogan, R. Hausman, G. Kromeloin. Third Row: P. Elman, S. Fen- chel, S. Heller, R. Bermon, P. Korn, J. Bloom, B. Ganz, B. Berger. FRESHMAN SOCCER Front Row (kneeling): J. Rozek, S. Bernstein, R. Skipton, S. Schwartz, K. Piontek, D. Korb, K. Boodcase, K. Schatz- man, D. Eiden, D. Ash, S. Niles. Second Row: Coach Burkel, R. Kamm, A. Scipione, K. McGuire, A. Smith, B. Spector, B. Golin, S. Levin, M. Kerman, J. Goldsher, S. Wernikoft, M. Wagner, M. Oberrotman, R. Jess, M. Beckman (mgr.). Third Row: B. Blinick, A. Horn, B. Morrison, G. Messinger, S. Rosenberg, A. Storm, S. Kacel, J. Roland, D. Dermer, K. Edwardson, B. Bernstein, P. Baron. Absent: J. Dordick. Weil Sets Township Record Varsity runner, Scott Weil, strains to maintain his lead on two Viking harriers. Coach Savage speaks of Viking strengths and weaknesses prior to the North meet. Though showing a dismal varsity record, cross-country in 1969, offered hope for the future under new leadership. The poor 2-8 record, one of the worst in West ' s short history was caused largely by a fundamen¬ tal lack of team strength and several runners who can be depended on to win. The strength of today s Freshmen and Sophomores, backed by the strong coaching of Pat Savage and Ron Campbell, will work to build a winning tradition. The Frosh and Soph team outclassed the var¬ sity by finishing with 5-5 records. YAR ITY: T op Row: Coach Pat Savage, Nick Martino, Bob Beaudette, Campbell. Bottom Row: Larry Glines, Bill Bonetti, Fred Eisenhammer Rich Conti, Steve Beaudette, Ray Weimer, Steve Halfpap, Coach Ron Scott Klinkman. 226 FROSH-SOPH: Third Row: Steve Edmunds, Jon Macnider, Paul Johnson, Steve Cohen, Phil Egebrecht, Coach Ron Campbell. First Row: Al Este, Mike Ross Blumenthal, Andy Heidtke, Bill Glassberg. Middle Row: Coach Pat Levy, Scott Klemptner, Dennis Nakanishi, George Kirby. Savage, Craig Brooks, Mark Leonida, Keith Weiss, Steve Spector, Dave Saks, VARSITY Wins Niles East Elmwood Park Losses Niles North Niles North Glenbrook North Glenbrook South New Trier West Deerfield Maine South Maine West SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN Wins Niles East Elmwood Park Glenbrook South New Trier West Deerfield Elmwood Park Niles North Maine South Niles North Niles East Losses Niles North Niles North Glenbrook North Maine South Maine West Glenbrook North Glenbrook South New Trier West Deerfield Maine West Three underclass runners stride out to an early lead. 227 Lack of Depth Foils Fencers 228 Freshman Dan Keno forms a parry in a defensive action against an attack by a Niles East fencer. A stop thrust is exe¬ cuted by a Niles East fencer against a direct attack by Se¬ nior Stuart Rosen¬ berg. Front Row: R. Hacker, M. Sloan, L. Atsaves, D. Keno, H. Gladstein, Rosenberg, J. Roberts, G. Hartfeil, S. Bell, H. Labow. Erdman. Back Row: Coach A. Leipold, G. Kozak, Art Leipolds varsity fencers have found the going rough this year and can attrib¬ ute their ineptitude to a lack of depth. No substitutions could be made which certainly did not help improve the sloppy 1-8 record. Senior Stu Rosenberg blocks an attack parried by his oppo¬ nent. A West fencer demonstrates the proper method of lunging at an opponent. 229 Gordon Kopp tries to take advantage of a scoring opportunity. Varsity Shares C.S.L. Title Led by Mark Cartwright at center and guard Marc Mirsky, the Niles West varsity basketball team roared through their 21 game schedule los¬ ing only twice. But their unbelievable success cannot be attrib¬ uted directly to the efforts of Cartwright and Mirsky. As Coach Billy Schnurr put it, depth was their biggest asset. Seniors Chuck Brus- man, Gerry Gryzbowski, Mike Grouzard, Steve Gillespie, and Steve Guttman provided ample assistance. Eyed anxiously by teammate Marc Mir¬ sky, Steve Gillespie sprawls but gains pos¬ session of the ball. Steve Guttman clears the ball down court. Leaping high for the rebound is Chuck Brusman. VARSITY: Third Row. Trainer Turry, Coach Murphy, Coach Schnurr, First Row. S. Wolfe, G. Gryzbowski, C. Brusman, M. Mirsky, C. Mgr. M. Weiser, Mgr. D. Mann. Second Row. S. Weil, G. Kopp, J. Wei- Lundquist, D. Mura, P. Klipowicz. ter, M. Cartwright, M. Grouzard, R. Henning, B. Kerman, S. Gillespie. Bob Henning drives in for a lay-up. Mark Cartwright leaps high to block a shot by a Niles North opponent. NW 92 Evanston Opp 74 77 Highland Park 59 90 Niles East 48 50 Notre Dame 55 80 Glenbrook North 54 58 Glenbrook South 37 75 New Trier West 58 73 Grant 48 84 Woodstock 72 96 Fremd 62 66 Maine South 72 83 Niles North 44 68 Maine West 59 77 Deerfield 53 62 Glenbrook North 43 73 Glenbrook South 47 52 New Trier West 48 56 Maine South 50 58 Niles North 50 73 Maine West 65 83 Deerfield 72 231 Cartwright Named To Cage All-State Five attempts a baseline jump shot. Mark Cartwright Cole Lundquist attempts an off-balance lay-up. Gordon Kopp tries to stone a Niles North opponent. 232 Steve Guttman drives in for a lay¬ up as Mark Mirsky and Cole Lundquist look on. Eyeing the basket, Mark Mirsky shoots over the head of a Niles East defender. Despite heavy traffic, Mike Grouzard scores two points. 233 Mark Cartwright tips in a missed shot. Sophs, JV Share Winning Habit 234 JUNIOR VARSITY SOPHOMORE NW 64 Evanston Opp. 59 60 Deerfield 50 71 Highland Park 59 47 Glenbrook North 40 44 Glenbrook North 42 73 Glenbrook South 54 49 Glenbrook South 45 42 New Trier West 62 40 New Trier West 41 54 Maine South 53 52 Maine South 68 53 Niles North 31 74 Niles North 39 43 Maine West 44 59 Maine West 35 69 Deerfield 52 JUNIOR VARSITY. Top Row. Coach Murphy, J. Tritschler, Miller, G. Koj Semar, L. Gan, T. Marker, P. Klipowicz, M. Anderson, NW 42 Evanston Opp. 54 41 Maine South 44 52 Highland Park 36 50 Niles North 46 51 Niles East 41 42 Maine West 56 53 Notre Dame 50 67 Deerfield 48 44 Glenbrook North 32 36 Glenbrook North 34 47 Glenbrook South 24 45 Glenbrook South 28 35 New Trier West 34 40 New Trier West 33 42 Grant 39 45 Maine South 43 45 New Trier West 33 36 Niles North 45 38 Riverside- 40 41 Maine West 64 Brookfield 37 Deerfield 50 J. Welter, R. Henning, M. Ross, Mgr. M. Weiser. Bottom Row. S. Kenney, Mgr. D. Mann. SO pH OMO R £. Third Row: Mgr R Leach, B. Mueller. Coach Earl, J. Thornton, K. Unverricht Second Row. S. Zolke, R. AbrahImL h n° rne ' M Nab ° ° tny ' B Bennett ' S - Kier First Row - T. Amarantos, K. Mahler, D. Burrows, R. Gryzbowski, J. Frosh Talents Provide for the Future FRESHMAN A: Top Row. Coach O ' Keefe, J. Steiner, D. Welter, P. Stackman, B. Cartwright, J. Heinz. Bottom Row. R. Stolle, R. Diederich, B. Brown, J. Anderson, G. Kirby. FRESHMAN B. Third Row. R. Ostergaard, D. Bordon, B. Blaszynski, R. Poticha, M. Erickson, B. Kelly. Second Row. Coach Sandstead, M. Kerman, J. Goldsher, B. Sail, T. Sheehan, K. McGuire, T. Ridley. First Row. M. Oberat- man, B. Lorenz, J. Dordick, J. Glick, B. Thornton, D. Conti. FRESHMAN " A " FRESHMAN " B " NW Opp. NW Opp: 49 Evanston 31 58 Deerfield 55 39 Evanston 41 57 Glenbrook South 38 44 Highland Park 47 37 Glenbrook North 36 37 Highland Park 43 56 New Trier West 38 46 Glenbrook North 31 49 Glenbrook South 25 55 Glenbrook North 45 63 Maine South 40 57 Glenbrook South 42 37 New Trier West 39 55 Glenbrook South 28 31 Niles North 34 23 New Trier West 34 37 Maine South 67 51 New Trier West 29 44 Niles North 23 27 Maine South 56 45 Niles North 33 31 Maine South 46 55 Maine West 26 52 Niles North 46 54 Maine West 29 36 Niles North 27 38 Deerfield 37 30 Maine West 29 51 Deerfield 49 57 Deerfield 29 Grapplers Tie for First On his way to a 9-0 victory. Senior Greg Schneider, at 115 pounds, takes down a Glenbrook South opponent. VARSITY. Fourth Row Coach Porter. P. Witt, M. Kanter, P. Sakas K. Dohm, B. Knudsen. Coach Laine. Third Row. T. Brunmng, B. Fisher, P. Springborn, B. Rosen, M. Gilbert, G. Schneider. Second Row. J. Fish, H. Bartlett, T. McCloskv S. Saltz, S. Perz, C. Miller, Mgr. D. Jaffe. First Row. A. Gelfand, M. Myrent, J. Wilson, T. Hoffberg, F. Coletto. Junior Pete Witt, at 155 pounds, has a cross-body ride on his Glenbrook South opponent. Pete won the match 2-0. Performing " as a team, not as individu¬ als, " the Niles West varsity grapplers finished their 1969-70 season tied with Niles North for first place in the Central Suburban League. The wrestlers won their first four meets of the season, as well as the challenging Niles North Triangular. Wk % :S Junior Scott Perz tries to maneuver his rival into a pinning combination. Sophomore Warren Nemanich wearily accepts a point decision victory. VARSITY NW Opp. 1st Niles 26 Maine S. Quadrangular — 28 Niles E. 21 Highland Park 17 24 Niles N. 24 Glenbrook S. 20 17 Arlington 42 New Trier W. 6 Heights 2nd Prospect 15 Deerfield Tournament — 24 Maine W. 39 Wheeling 2 21 Lake Forest 15 Evanston 29 21 Glenbrook 23 Mundelein 22 North SOPHOMORE NW Opp. 21 Highland Park 25 30 Niles N. 19 Glenbrook S. 26 20 Arlington 29 New Trier W. 16 Heights 35 Wheeling 10 32 Deerfield 24 Mundelein 24 19 Maine W. 20 Evanston 23 46 Lake Forest 30 Maine S. 13 40 Glenbrook N. 39 Niles E. 9 FRESHMAN NW Opp. 20 Highland Park 34 33 Arlington 19 Glenbrook S. 31 Heights 41 New Trier W. 11 20 Deerfield 4th West Leyden 11 Maine W. Quad. — 28 Lake Forest 27 Maine S. 23 28 Lake Forest 49 Niles E. 5 25 Glenbrook N. 19 Niles N. 25 SOPHOMORE. Fourth Row. A. Cirrincione, R. Dassinger, R. Lain, R. Lain, B. Mitz, J. Welch, Coach Fickes. Third Row. D. Schmidt, P. Clesi, A. Holstein, E. Turton, J. As- trene, R. Ferrard. Second Row. M. Perlow, W. Nemanich, J. Nowicki, P. Weiss, M. Day¬ an, G. Sisto, D. Duebner. First Row. Z. Ponski, B. Burger, K. Edwardson, J. Wehrmacher, L. Goldsmith. 21 20 18 27 23 19 15 23 22 20 16 28 8 10 ■ a JM B V4 1 | m 1 tj( i t J I rv l r v -A I ■k EIL i V ; 1 f j FRESHMAN. Fourth Row. B. Young, D. Yohanna, F. Sanchez, G. Kwiecinski, B. Kopinski, Coach Schmitt. Third Row. P. Mensinger, A. Jackson, J. Flannery, R. Capodagili, G. Amarantos, P. Smith. Second Row. S. Edmonds, B. Goldberg, M. Ocallaghan, B. Sakas, B. Gibbons, B. Blinick. First Row. M. Heeney, G. Paulic, B. Pizzolato, S. Kropp, D. Hoffman. 15 27 37 18 18 23 Underclassmen Bolster Varsity Junior Tom Erpelding competes in the Freestyle Relay. The Niles West Varsity Swimming team experi¬ enced a very dismal year as Head Coach Greg Youstra was forced to make the best of a twelve man squad. Four returning lettermen provided the backbone for a team filled primarily by inexperi¬ enced underclassmen. NW VARSITY Opp. 40 Niles East 55 42 Forest View 53 22 Niles North 73 25 Proviso West 69 15 Glenbrook North 79 22 New Trier West 72 5th Big Red Invitational _ 18 Deerfield 77 12th Proviso West Invitational _ 29 Maine West 64 6th Titan Relays _ 19 Glenbrook South 75 48 Elk Grove 46 44 Morton West 50 50 Maine South 45 7th Conference Meet _ 8th District Meet _ Senior Pete Amarantos anxiously awaits his teammate during the Freestyle Relay. 238 VARSITY. Front Row. J. Horvat, P. Johnson, T. Erpelding, G. Barsamian, C. Kittaka, T. Bennett, M. Winn. Back Row. P. Amarantos, G. Sorenson, Coach G. Youstra. ' - ' Craig Kittaka (near) and Gary Zupko compete in the individual medley against Morton West. FRESHMAN. Third Row. Coach G. Davis, A. Storm, S. Ehas, J. Swanson, R. Dickstein, J. Epstein, G. MacEwan, L. Howard, J. Hengesh, R. Conrad, A. Smith, J. Bacagalupo. Second Row. R. Nordin, G. Lewison, M. Tarczynski, J. Entratter, J. Kellman, B. Heinz. First Row. G. Gates, J. Spray, M. Green, R. Nutting, G. Kanter, M. Norberg. 239 SOPHOMORE NW 50 Niles East Opp. 37 75 Forest View 16 26 Niles North 68 30 Proviso West 64 20 Glenbrook North 74 21 New Trier West 73 21 Deerfield 73 22 Maine West 73 24 Glennbrook South 71 26 Elk Grove 69 38 Morton West 57 70 Maine South 24 FRESHMAN NW Opp. 55 Niles East 39 65 Niles North 30 52 Proviso West 43 33 Glennbrook North 62 19 New Trier West 76 34 Dearfield 61 47 Maine West 48 23 Glenbrook South 72 42 Maine South 53 SOPHOMORE. Fourth Row. L. Gantz, B. Bonetti, R. Nitche. Third Row. J. Harms, L. Korrub, J. Hallberg, M. Skalski, C. Chow, M. Levy, M. Gross, J. Searle, Mgr. K. Kasper, Coach G. Anderson. Second Row. T. Ruppert, J. Bloom, B. Homer, D. Ekenberg. First Row. T. Heinz, D. Moore, C. Kaminsky, L. Freedman. Gymnasts Post Winning Season Straining e very muscle, Senior Rolfe Jaremus performs his side-horse routine. VARSITY Niles West ' s varsity gymnasts, coached by John Burkel and co-captained by Kirk Moser and Scott Shore, finished their 1969-70 season with a fine 12-3 record. The Indians were consistent, losing only once in the early part of the season to New Trier East, and just twice later in the campaign to touch Niles North and Evanston. NW Opp. 103 Niles East 99 Wheeling 106 Maine East 77 (tri-meet) 72 New Trier East 117 Niles North 127 (tri-meet) 109 107 Evanston 123 102 Lincolnway 58 106 Maine West 81 Conant 111 Glenbrook SouthlOO (Tri-meet) 78 113 Glenbrook North 84 112 Maine South 108 113 Lake Forest 57 107 Barrington 88 106 New Trier West 71 As part of his side- horse routine, Eddie Halpern performs a double-leg circle. VARSITY: Third Row. D. Hoshizaki, B. Kushner, J. Primm, J. Flood, S. Johnson, S. Pogofsky. Second Row. Coach Burkel, M. Halperin, J. Gettleman, B. Gordon, D. Perz, R. Jaremus, T. Abshire, R. Law¬ rence. First Row. A. Wu, B. Jaremus, K. Moser, S. Shore, E. Halpern, Mgr. M. Wyzgela. 240 Junior Bob Kushner pe rforms a supported " L " on the parallel bars. Coach Armour watches the routine of sophomore gymnast Scott Finnerman. SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN NW 47 Niles E. Opp. 42 50 New Trier E. 41 50 Maine E. 22 46 Lincolnway 27 46 Conant 24 56 Maine S. 42 49 Wheeling 44 49 Barrington 28 55 Niles N. 54 66 Evanston 63 56 Maine W. 31 58 Glenbrook S. 32 60 Glenbrook N. 47 62 Lake Forest 31 64 New Trier W. 43 NW 22 Niles East Opp. 22 31 Wheeling 33 35 Maine South 25 34 New Trier East 33 31 Niles North 43 35 Wheeling 33 44 Lake Forest 18 26 Maine East 21 33 Maine West 29 34 Forest View 34 46 Deerfield 32 31 Glenbrook South 35 35 Glenbrook North 30 32 New Trier West 38 SOPHOMORE. Left To Right. S. Heller, F. Trester, D. Ovington, D. Raymond, R. Rodriguez, T. Bindus, B. Schwartz, B. Peterson, L. Eisenberg, J. Cortina, J. Gacki, Coach Armour, S. Finnerman, M. Bellos. FRESHMAN. Third Row. D. Hollinger, B. Topol, S. Guttman, C. Nelson, M. Gordon, T. Scipione, C. Stevens, M. Kirste, S. Niles, S. Schwartz, D. Rask, Mgr. S. Greenspon, Coach Velasco. Second Row. M. Spina, K. Schatzman, T. Leonard, P. Block, H. Clausen, J. Roland, S. Bernstein, Mgr. J. Liametz. First Row. M. Murray, B. Hohs, M. Dickholtz, G. Morrison. 241 Track Team Boasts Individual Stars Tom Heidtke passes the baton to Mike Schreiber in a half- mile relay. Finishing their indoor seasons with 10-9 and 8-11 records, respectively. West ' s Varsity and Sophomore track and field teams boasted some outstanding efforts by individuals. The high-jumping performance by Chuck Butzbach, for instance, set a new conference mark at 6 ' 2 3 4 " . Another jumper, Lee Cohen, shattered the school long jump mark by leaping 21 9 1 2 . Rounding out a fine group of jumpers was Jeff Abrams, who pole-vaulted 12 ' 3 " . Sprinter Fred Eisenhammer flashed to a 5.5 in the 50-yard dash, and turned in fine performances all season. And hurdler Bob Guenther was just one more team asset. VARSITY: Front Row: K. Nelson, J. Goodman, J. Abrams, J. Fish, L. Cohen, C. Haj- duk, J. Flood, J. Binkley, B. Jaremus, A. Wu. Second Row: M. Levin, T. Heidtke, L. Glines, D. Arcangelletti, B. Buns, R. Kauffman, P. Keefe, P. Wexler, R. Jaremus, F. Eisen¬ hammer, T. Abshire. Last Row: E. Halpern, R. Conti, G. Eischen, C. Szuberla, S. Stein, B. Beaudette, R. Hirschtick, R. Weimer, S. Weil, K. Hartfeil, C. Butzbach. Not Pictured: B. Guenther, S. Guttman, S. Perz, S. Beaudette, J. Primm, M. Edwards. FROSH-SOPH: Front Row: T. Topol, M. Dickholtz, E. Bohrer, D. Nakanishi, R. Beckman, J. Reifenberg, J. Mac- nider, S. Klempter, B. Funai, S. Edmonds, B. Kropp. Second Row: M. Leonida, J. Glick, C. Stevens, D. Korb, D. Hintz, G. Greisman, S. Gore, M. Schreiber, G. Chel- cun, A. Elste, L. Snyder, G. Kirby, A. Fogel, S. Manski, D. Silverman. Last Row: K. Weisz, S. Spector, D. Sacks, P. Ruskin, P. Egebrecht, M. Rubin, M. Bock, J. Hornthal, D. Eischen, D. Flood, C. Brooks, J. Buns, R. Kamm, A. Heidtke, S. Cohen, H. Lipschultz, R. Lytton. 242 Returning Lettermen Bolster Tennis In 1970, the tennis team will have six return¬ ing lettermen plus the addition of four experi¬ enced players from last year ' s Frosh-Soph squad. With the graduation of many key stars for the other conference schools, Niles West, at the outset of the season, is expected to fin¬ ish high in the CSL. Steve Davidson prepares to meet the ball side-armed. Readying for a quick return is Earl Steinberg. Letterman Brian Brody positions himself before a serve. Golfers Hope for Slice of CSL Title Following a .500 season in 1968-69, golf coach Jack Fabri predicts another even record for the 1970 season. Returning lettermen, are expected to bolster the squad ' s chances. Michael Witkowski prepares for a long iron shot. A long drive is the result of a golfer ' s top effort. Scott Semar lines up a practice shot. Following through after a stroke is Bob Mead. Badminton and Tennis Offer Valuable Experience Lynn Hirschauer takes a backhand cut at the birdie. An active participant executes a masterful return. GIRLS TENNIS: Front Row: Ricky Hor- witz, Emi Yamauchi, Linda Delano, Sandee Blechman, Susan Mura, Cindy Gussis. Middle Row: Anita Duhl, Teresa Kimura, Linda Johnson, Roberta Marz, Sue Milner, Nancy Majewski, Lori Wasserman. Back Row: Vicki Balmes, Sandy Weil, Roberta Nelson, Jane Estes, Annette Springer, Jac¬ quelyn Grimm, Mary Sortal, Susan Anderson. 245 There are those who go home, who go home, and express themselves in other ways. Perhaps they protest perhaps they pot perhaps they religious perhaps they sleep These ways are also acceptable. Until the world sees that all ways are " acceptable " that millions of paths find their ways that I ' m ME that you ' re YOU that we are together, everything will be nothing more than one enormous bubbling cliche. — Jane Katherine Harris ABERMAN. LAURA: Cabinet 2. ABRAM, MARTY: Transferred from North Park Academy 4. ABRAMS, JEFF: Bridge Club 2,3,4, Chess Club 2,3, German Club 1,3,4; Science Semi¬ nar 3; Track, Major N” 3,4; Intramurals 1,2. AIZUSS, ELLEN: Forensics 1,2,3,4, G.A.A 1; Oliver Make-up Crew; Guys St Dolls Make-up Crew; Mattress Orchestra; Pow Wow 69 Make-up Crew; Funny Girl Orches¬ tra; Children s Theatre 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2, 3,4, Letter, Silver Pin; Thespians 4; Unity Board 3. P.A. Committee 3, Co-Chairman, 4. Co-Chairman. ALBERTI, CAROL: G.A.A. 1,3; Medical Careers Club 3; Pep Club 1; SSOl. AMARANTOS, PETER: Aquasprites 3,4, Guards Club 2,3,4; N-Club 3,4; Football 1,2, 3; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain. AMBRUS, CAROL: Art Council 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; Student Union Board 3,4, Treasurer. ANDERSON, SALLY: Girls Glee 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer, Major, Minor, First State Awards; Pep Club 1. ANDERSON, SHARON: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; National Merit Semi-Final¬ ist 4; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1, Board 2,3,4; Pacesetters 3; Pep Club 1 Pom Pon Squad 2; Student Council 4; Girls’ Interscholastic Tennis 3,4; Timers Club 3,4. ANDERSON, TOM: Concert Band 1.2,3,4. Chess Club 4; German Club 4; Mattress Orchestra; Orchestra 1,2,3; Physics Club 3. APPEL, ALAN: Intermediate Band 1, Concert Band 2,3,4, Vice-President, Band Letter 2, Silver Music Pin 3, Marching Band 3,4, Gold Music Pin 4, Midwest National Band Clinic 2, State Solo Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,4, I.M.E.A. District State Festival 4, State Band Contest 3; Pow Wow Band 2,4; Musical Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3; Stamp St Coin Club 1,2; In- tramurals 1. APPLEBAUM, EDWARD: Political Forum Club 3; SSO 4; Student Union Board 2,3,4, President. ARVIDSON, JOHN: Football 1,2,3, Minor " N” Numerals. ASHNER, BOB: Audio-Visual 1,2; Cabinet 4; SSO; 1,2; Wrestling 1,2. BAACK, REGINA: G.A.A. 3,4; German Club 2.3. BAHL, LINDA Pow Wow ' 68 Stage Crew; Medical Careers Club 1,2,3,4; SSO 1,2,3,4. BAKER, AL: Chess Club 1,2,3; Guards Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; SSO 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1; Football 2; Wrestling 1; Intramurals 1,2,3. BANAS, JOHN: N-Club 3.4; Soccer Major " N " 3.4. BANASH, ANITA: Arts Club 2,3,4; Art Council 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2,3; G.A.A 1,2; Guys St Dolls Costume Crew; J.B. Stage Crew; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Firebugs Costume Crew; Funny Girl Make-up Crew 4, Children ' s Theatre 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Project ' 70 4 BARNES, SUSAN: Choir 4; G.A.A. 1.2. German Club 1,2,3; Vivace 2,3. BARNOW, DONNA: Arts Club 1,2,3,4 Choir 4; Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew; Oliver Stage Crew; Opus One 2,3,4, Assistant Edi¬ tor; SSO 2; Service Organization 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Vivace 3,4. BEAUDETTE, BOB: Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; N-Club 3,4; SSO 3; Cross Country 1,2,3,4 Major " N” 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4 Major " N " 3,4. BEAUDETTE, STEVE: N-Club 3,4; SSO 4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4 Minor " N " 2, Major ”N " 3.4; Track 1,2,3,4 Minor " N " 2, Major " N " 3,4. BECK, CAROL: G.A.A. 1,2,3 4, SSO 1,2,3; Usherettes 3,4, Co-President. BECKER, MIKE: N-Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3, 4; Wrestling 2. BECKMAN, KEN: Audio-Visual 1,2,3,4 President; Band 1,2,3,4; Bio-Chemistry Club 4; Bridge Club 3,4; Chess Club 1,2,3; German Club 1,2,3,4; Stamp Coin Club 3; Physics Club 4. BELL, STEVE: Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3,4; Astrono¬ my St Aeronautics Club 1,2; Bio-Chemistry Club 1; German Club 2,3,4 Vice-President INS-Club 2; N-Club 3,4; Science Seminar 3, 4; Fencing 1,2,3,4 Captain, Major " N " 3,4. BELLOS, DAVID: Audio-Visual 1,2, Presi¬ dent; Football 1; Intramurals 1,2,3. BEREZIN, JANICE: Transferred from South Shore 2; Girls Glee 3; SSO 3,4. BERKOWITZ, DAVID: Astronomy St Aero¬ nautics Club 2; Audio-Visual 2,3; Bridge Club 3,4; Chess Club 1.2; Choir 2,3,4; Ger¬ man Club 2,3, President 4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; Guys St Dolls 2; Mattress 3; Firebugs 3; Pygmalion 1; Funny Girl 4; We- stones 4; Fencing 1. BERMAN, NORMAN: Band 1.2; Pow Wow 66 Band. BERMAN, PAULETTE: Transferred from New Trier West 3; Choir 3,4; Cabinet 4; Fo¬ rensics 4; German Club 4; Pow Wow 69 Music; Funny Girl Cast; Vivace 4. BERMAN, RON: Audio-Visual 2,4; Pow Wow ' 68 Lighting St Stage Crew; Children ' s Theatre Lighting 2; Track 1,2, Minor " N " . BERNSTEIN, HELANE: Cabinet 1,2; G.A.A 1,2; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; Pow Wow ' 69 Cast; Funny Girl; Children ' s Theatre 1,2, 3.4 Assistant Director; Pep Club 2; Political Forum Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Thespi¬ ans 3,4; Westword 3,4. BERZOCK, AUDREY: Band 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew. BILLITTERI, PHILIP: Choir 2. 3, Certificate, Silver Pin; Guards Club 1,2; Funny Girl Cast; Football 1,2; Swimming 1; Tennis 1,2, 3. BINKLEY, JAMES: Band 1.2; Physics Club 3; Track 4; Intramurals 1,2. BLACKMAN, LINDA: Girls Glee 1,2,3; Cabinet 1.2.3.4, Secretary 2,3,4; INS Club 1, 2.3.4 Scretary; Children ' s Theatre 1; Opus One 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Unity Board 2,3. BLANC, ANDREA: Children ' s Theatre 1.2. 3; Theatre Dance Club 1,2,3; Thespians 2,3; Pow Wow 66 BLATT, HOWARD: Band 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 1; German Club 3; Stage Band 4; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. BLECHMAN, SANDEE: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Silver Key 3; National Spanish Contest 1st Place 1,2, Honorable Mention 3; Illinois State Scholarship 4; Aquasprites 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Guards Club 2; Pom Pon Squad 3; SSO 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Spectrum 2.3; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Historian 2; Unity Board 3; Girls ' In ' Schl. Tennis 4; Timer s Club 1,2,3, 4, Vice President 3.4; Cooperative Committee 4; Homecoming Crew 2; Homecoming Com¬ mittee 4. Chairman. BLUMENTHAL, SHARMAN: G.A.A. 1; Mattress Cast; Spectrum 3; Stage Crew 1,2. BODE, MARILYN: Aquasprites 2,3; Girls Glee 1,2; Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. BOIME, ELLEN: Arts Club 1,2, Freshman Board Associate 1; G.A.A. 1; SSO 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Spectrum 2,3. BONETTI, BILL: German Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4; N-Club 4; Science Semi¬ nar 2,3,4; Cross Country 2.3,4 Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Gymnastics 1; Track 2,3, Mi¬ nor " N " 3; Intramurals 1. BRABANDT, CHARLES: Astronomy St Aeronautics Club 2; Bio-Chemistry Club 3; Bridge Club 3,4 President; Chess Club 2,3,4; Debate 3; German Club 1,2,3,4; It ' s Academ¬ ic 4; Oliver 1; Guys St Dolls 2; Children ' s Theatre 1; Political Forum Club 3,4; Spo- tlighters 1,2,3; Thespians 2,3.4; Physics Club 3,4; Fencing 4; Inter-Nation Si mulations 2,3. BRABEC, JOE: Art Council 2; Camera Club 2,3. BREGENJER, JACQUELINE: Transferred from Mary wood 4. BRODY, BRIAN: Soccer 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1. BRONN, LYNNE: Transferred from Mather 3; Homecoming Committee 4. BRONSTEIN, PHILIP: Astronomy St Aero¬ nautics Club 2; Band 1,2,3; Political Forum Club 4; Stamp St Coin Club 4; Track 1, Mgr.; International Simulation 3. BRUSMAN, CHARLES: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3, Major " N " 4; Football 1. BRYNJOLFSSON, INGRID: Transferred from North Park Academy 4. BUNS, BOB: Track 1,3,4 Major N " 3,4. BURTON, CAROL: Transferred from Bow¬ en High School 3; Cabinet Alternate 3; French Club 3; G.A.A. 3. BUSSERT, JOY: Choir 2,3 Secretary, 4 Presi¬ dent; G.A.A. 1,2; Mattress Cast; National Honor Society 3,4; Vivace 1,2,3 Vice Presi¬ dent, 4 President; Westones 3 Secretary. BUXBAUM, CAROL: Cabinet 1,2,3; Foren¬ sics 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Latin Club 1; Pow Wow 1,2,3; Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2. CACIOPPO, PAT: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Usher¬ ettes 3,4. CAIN, CAND1: Aquasprites 4; Choir 3,4 Guards 3,4 Co-Captain 4; Timers 3,4. CALLAHAN, DAN: Transferred from Notre Dame 2. CALLNER, LISA: Cabinets 1,2,3,4, Student Union Board 2.3. CARTWRIGHT, MARK: N-Club 3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4, Major Letter 3,4; Cross Coun¬ try 1,2; Track 1. CARRY, JOANNE: Arts Club 1.2.3.4; Fo¬ rensics 1; G.A.A. 1; Pow Wow ' 67, ' 68 Con¬ struction Crew; Mattress Publicity Commit¬ tee 3; Firebugs Lead and Chorus parts 3; Pow Wow 69 Assistant Director on Steering Committee 4; Funny Girl 4; Children ' s Thea¬ tre Make-up Sl Publicity Crews 2,3; Spotligh- ters 1,2,3,4. CASS, PAULA: Art Council 1; Choir 3; Girls Glee 1,2; Press Bureau 3,4; Vivace 2,3,4; Westword 2,3; Opus 11,2,3. CASTIGLIONE, ANTONIO V.: Transferred from Santiago del Estero Arge ntina, Rotary Student 4; Chess Club 4; Foreign Exchange Club 4; Student Council 4; Soccer 4, Major Letter. CHAPEKIS, FRED: Cabinet 4; N-Club 3,4, President 4; Homecoming Committee 69; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,3,4. CHAPLIK, SUSAN: Cabinet 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1,2; SSO 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1, 2 . CHENG, STEVEN: Bridge Club 3,4; Chess Club 3; German Club 3; Physics Club Vice- President 4; Baseball 1. CHIMBEROFF, MARCIA. Cabinet 4 CHUBIN, WAYNE: Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; J.B. 3; Pow Wow ' 67 Sextet; Pow Wow ' 68 Dectet; Pow Wow ' 69 Dectet; Mattress Cast; Funny Girl Cast 4; Student Council 1,2,3; Correspond¬ ing Secretary 2; Thespians 3,4; Westword 2, 3,4, Editor-In-Chief 4; Quill St Scroll 3,4. CHUPACK, NADINE: G.A.A. 3; SSO 3; Thespians 1. CHURCH, KEN: Cross Country 2,3; Track 2.3. CLAVER, GAYLE: Illinois State Scholarship 4; Gold Certificate music 2; Bronze Key 4; Girl ' s Glee 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board Member 2,3,4; Pow Wow ' 66 Orchesis Act; Pow Wow ' 68 Assistant Choreographer; Pow Wow ' 69 Lighting Crew; Guys St Dolls Cos¬ tume Crew; Mattress Prop Crew; Firebugs Props Co-Chairman, Funny Girl Maude Cho¬ rus; Children ' s Theatre 3; Pacesetters 3; The¬ atre Dance Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice- President 4; Thespians 3,4; Oliver Crew; Spotlighters 1,2. CLEMEN, BARBARA: Aquasprites 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Guards Club 1,2, 3; Gymnastics 1,2,3 Vice-President 3. CLESEN, KATHY: Transferred from St. Scholastica 3. COHEN, DEBBIE: Choir 1,2,3; Guards Club 1, Pep Club 2; Pom Pon Squad 2; SSO 2,3; Theatre Dance Club 1,2. COHEN, LEE: N-Club 4; Cross Country 1; Track 2,3,4, Major Letter 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Alternate Mascot 4. COHEN, RICK: Cabinet 1,3; N-Club 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4 Major Letter 3,4; Gymnastics 1. 248 COLETTO, ESTELLE: G.A.A 1.2; Pep Club 2; SSOl,2. COLKY, SCOTT: Arts Club 3; Political For¬ um Club 3,4; SSO 3; Spanish Club 2; West- word 4, Football 1 Numerals; Soccer 3,4 Minor Letter; Intramurals 1,3. COLLONS, CINDY: Choir 1,2,3; Pow Wow ' 67, ' 68, ' 69 Costume Crew Chairman; Guys it Dolls Costume Chairman; J.B. Costume Chairman; Children ' s Theatre 1; Russian Club 1,2,3 Treasurer 2; Thespians 3,4; Oliver Costume Crew; Spotlighters 1,2,3. COLTON, STUART: N-Club 3,4; SSO 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1.3, CONTI, RICHARD: Cross Country 4, Mi nor Letter 4; Track 4; Intramurals, Soccer 1, Baseball 1,2. COOPER, RICHARD: Transferred from South Shore High School 2; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Gold Key 4. COOPER, STEVE: Astronomy Aeronau¬ tics Club 3; Choir 3; Guys St Dolls Stage Crew; J.B. Stage Crew; Pow Wow 68 Stage Crew; Mattress Stage Crew; Firebugs Stage Crew; Intramural Bowling 3. COSTOPOOLOS, SUSAN: G.A.A. 1.2. CIRRINCIO, TONY: Baseball 1; Football 2; Swimming 1. DAVIDSON, STEVEN: Cabinet 1; N-Club 4; SSO 3; Student Council 2,4; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 2,3,4 Major Letter 3,4; Track 1; Intramurals 1; P.A. Committee 3; White Cer¬ tificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Na¬ tional Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Illi¬ nois State Scholarship 4. DAVIS, BILL: Transferred from Von Steuben 3. DEFERVILLE, JAMES: Baseball 1,3,4; Bas ketball 1; Intramurals 1. DEMIRAL, MEHMET: Transferred from St George 4; Major Letter 4. Football. DE PAEPE, DIANE: Transferred from St. Patrick ' s Academy 3. DEPPONC, JANET: Arts Club 2; Cabinet 4; Future Teachers 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; Ger¬ man Club 1,2; SSO 1; Unity Board 3,4. DE SALVO, TONY: Choir 2.3; Swimming 2, Manager, Oliver. DEVINE, VICKI: Transfer student from South Shore High School 3. DIAKOUMIS, KAREN: Homecoming Court 3,4; Girl ' s Glee 1; Aquasprites 3. G.A.A. 1,2, 3; Pom Pon Squad 2; Twirlers 4; Girl ' s Gym¬ nastic Demonstration Team 1,2. DIAMOND, SUE: Girl s Glee 1.2; French Club 1,2. DICKER, LAURA: French Club 2; G.A.A. 1, 2,4; Guys Dolls Stage Crew, Mattress Stage Crew; Firebugs Stage Crew; Pow Wow ' 69 Stage Crew; Funny Girl Stage Crew; Children ' s Theatre 2,3,4; SSO 3,4; Thespians 3,4. DICKERT, TOM: Football 1,2; Track 1 DIESCHBOURG, THOMAS: Camera Club 2; Gymnastics 4. DOHM, KENNETH: N-Club 3,4; Baseball 1. 2,3,4, Major Letter 3,4; Football 1,2 Major Letter 3,4. DOLNICK, MARK: Audio-Visual 1; Choir 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Mixed Chorus 1; Foren¬ sics 2,3,4; Guys Dolls 2; J.B. 2; Pow Wow 68 3; Mattress 3; Firebugs 3; Pow Wow ' 69 4, Funny Girl 4; Children ' s Theatre 1,2,3,4; Political Forum Club 3; Thespians 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; Shakespeare Work¬ shop 3; Westword 4; Pow Wow ' 66 1, Oliver 1; Pygmalion 1, Pow Wow ' 67 2; Spotlighters 1,2,3. DONLIN, JOHN: SSO Supervisor; Senior Gym Leader. DOROFF, BONNIE: Arts Club 1,2; Guys Dolls Costume Crew; Pow Wow ' 68 Steering Committee; Firebugs Cast; Children ' s Thea¬ tre 1,2, Student Director 2, Secretary 2; Opus I 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Thespians 2,3,4 Trea¬ surer 3. DREW, SHELLEY: Band 1,2.3 4; BridgeClub 3,4; Chess Club 3, Debate 1,2; Future Teach¬ ers 1,2; German 3,4; National Honors Society 2; Orchestra 2; Student Council 1; Trans¬ ferred from Roosevelt 3. DUCHAJ, CHRIS: Art Club 1; Choir 3; Medical Careers Club 3,4 President; Vivace 2, 3; Girl ' s Glee 1,2. DUDA, BETH: G.A.A 1,2,3; Pom Pon Squad 2. DUNKE, PAM: Transferred from North Park Academy 4. DUNN, JUDY: Girl ' s Glee 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club President 2. DURSTON, DIANNA: Forensics 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pow Wow ' 68 3; Funny Girl 4; Orches¬ tra 1,2 Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Pom Pon Squad 3,4; Theatre Dance Club 1,2,3, President 3. EADON, CRAIG: Band 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, 4; Funny Girl Orchestra 4; Orchestra 4; Stage Band 2, Cross Country 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Leader ' s Gym 1,2,3,4. EDWARDS, MARILIN: Transferred from Regina 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Guards Club 3,4; Latin Club 4; Girl ' s Schl. Badm tn. 4. EDWARDS, MARTIN: Cabinets 2,4; N- Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2. Basketball 1; Soc¬ cer 3,4, Major Letters 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 3,4; Intramurals 1 , 2 . EGEBRECHT, DAN: Choir 3.4; Funny Girl 4, Soccer 3, Minor Major Letters; Track 2; Intramurals 3; Westones 3,4; I.M E.A. Dis¬ trict Music Festival 3,4; I.H.S.A. Solo En¬ semble Contest 3,4; Gold Music Pin 4. EGEL, ARTHUR: Bio-Chemistry Club 2,3; Physics Club 3; Intramurals Baseball 1,2,3, Soccer 1,3, Football 1,2. EICK, TOM: Baseball. Golf. Intramurals EICKHOFF, LINDA: G.A.A. 1,2; SSO 3; Theatre Dance Club 1; Pow Wow ' 67. EISENBERG, CHERI: G.A.A 1,2,3; German Club 1,2,3,4. EISENBERG, JILL: Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1.2; Guard Club 2; Guys Dolls 2; Pow Wow ' 67 Cast; Pow 68 Lead; Pow Wow 69 Cast; Mat¬ tress Chorus Cast; Firebugs Chorus Cast; Funny Girl Lead, Publicity Crew; Children ' s Theatre 3; Pep Club 1; Thespians 3,4; We¬ stones 3,4; Librarian 4; Timer ' s Club 1,2; Girl ' s Glee 1,2; IHSA Music Contest 3; Choir Contest 3; District Choir 4; Music Certificate 2; Silver Music pin; Gold Music Pin 4 EISENHAMMER, FRED: N-Club 4; Physics Club 3; Cross Country 4, Major letter 3; Track 3,4, Major Letter 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3. ELARDE, JANICE: Choir Silver Pin 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. " N”; Westones 4. ENENSTEIN, JUDY: Band 1,2,3, Immediate Concert 4; Ecology 2,3,4; German Club 2,3; Funny Girl Orchestra 4; National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4. EPSTEEN, RALPH: Wrestling 2; Intramurals 1.2,3. ERICKSON, TIM: N-Club 3.4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 3,4, Major Letter 3,4. Track 3. ESHBACH, CINDY: Girls Gymnas Dem Learn 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Flashers 4. EVANS, LESLIE: G.A.A. 1,2; Usherettes 3.4 Spanish Club 1,2. FARACI, BOB: Baseball 1; Football FEINBERG, JOYCE: Illinois Youth Traffic Safety Council Rep. 3,4; Aquasprites 1; De¬ bate 1, Secretary 2,3; Foreign Exchange Club President 3,4; G.A.A. 1 Board Member; Polit¬ ical Forum Club 3; Student Union Board 3,4 FELSENTHAL, RANDY: Cross Country 1; Gymnastics 1. FIVELSON, PAUL: Intramurals 1,4 FLORAS, MIKE: Cabinet 2,3,4; Golf; Intra¬ mural 1. FLOYD, KENT: Guards Club 2; Swimming 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3. FOGEL, SUSAN: Choir 3,4; Cabinet 1,4. Guys Dolls Make-up Crew; Pow Wow ' 67 ' 68 Make-up Crews; Children ' s Theatre 1, 2, Costume Crew Co-Chairman; SSO 3,4; Thespians 2,3; Spotlighters 1,2. FREDA, FRANK: Football 1,2. FRIEDKIN, SHEILA: Choir 3,4; Forensics 1; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 3; Silver Music Pin 4; Girl s Glee 1,2; Music Certificate 3. FREET, DEBORAH: G.A.A. 1,2,3 FRIEDMAN, FREDIANN: Art Council 1.2; French Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pow Wow ' 68 Stage Crew Construction; Firebugs 3; Pow Wow ' 69; Funny Girl Stage Construction Crew; Children ' s Theatre 3; Thespians 4. Spotlighters 3; Publicity for Speech . Drama Board 4. FRIEDMAN, LESLIE: Pom Pon Squad 1; Girl ' s Gymnas. Dem Learn 1. FRITZ, MARY ANN: Arts Club 1,2,3,4. President 2; Atoms 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Funny Girl Orchestra 4; Opus I 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Russian Club 2,3,4; Unity Board 2; Vivace 3; White Certificate; Bronze Key; IMEA District Festival. FRITZSHALL, LUCI: French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Oliver Stage Crew, Pow Wow ' 67 Ensemble Act; Project ' 70, Coordinator. FRYKSDALE, RALPH: Audio Visual 1; Cross Country 2; Swimming 2; Intramurals 2 . FUKA, PAM: G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 2; SSO 1,2,3; Girl ' s Glee 1.2. FUKUYA, SYLVIA: Transferred from Rezin Orr 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Guys Dolls Make-Up Crew; J. B. Stage Crew; Pow Wow ' 67 Make- Up Crew; Mattress Make-Up Crew; Firebugs Make-Up Crew, Chairman; Funny Girl Make-Up Crew; Children ' s Theatre Make- Up Crew; SSO 4; Spotlighters 2,3; Westword GANNON, RONN: Swimming 1.2. GAREN, WENDY: Arts Club 1,2,3; Foren¬ sics 4; French Club 2; Guys Dolls Costume Co-Chairman; J.B. Costume Chairman; Pow Wow ' 66 Costume Crew; Pow Wow ' 67 Cos¬ tume Chairman; Pow Wow ' 68 Costume Co- Chairman; Pow Wow ' 69 Costume Chair¬ man; Firebugs Cast; Children ' s Theatre 1,2,3 Crew Cast; Opus I 4; Pep Club 2; Political Forum Club 3.4; SSO 1.2; Thespians 1,2,3,4. Pygmalion Costume Crew. GARLAND, KATH1E: Transferred from Bowen High School 1; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Service Organization 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Bronze Key 3. GARLAND, MERRICK: Atoms 1,2; Debate 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3, National Forensic League Degree of Distinction; Ger¬ man Club 1,2; It ' s Academic 2,3,4; Guys Dolls 2; J.B. 2; Pygmalion 2; Pow Wow ' 68. 69 Cast; Firebugs 3; Children s Theatre 1,2, President 2; National Honor Society 3,4 Opus I 2,3,4; Political Forum Club 3; Science Seminar 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice- President 3, President 4; Thespians 1,2,3,4, Best Actor 69; P.A. Committee 4; School Board Representative 4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Harvard Alumni Book Award 3; Illinois State Scholarship 4, Bronze Key; Silver Key; White Certificate; Home¬ coming 2,3; National Student Council Con¬ ference Delegate 4; Spotlighters Secretary 2. GAVLIN, NANCY: Band 1,2 Intermediate, 3, 4 Concert, Band Leter. Marching Band 2; Silver Pin 3; Orchestra 3.4; National Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra Funny Girl; Russian Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; White Certificate; Silver Key; Bronze Key. GASSMAN, MARSHA: Band 1.2,3,4; Guys Dolls Orchestra 2; Pow Wow ' 68 Publicity; Mattress Orchestra Manager. Funny Girl Orchestra 4; Children ' s Theatre 1, Costumes. 2 Make-Up; Bronze Key 2; Thespians 2,3,4; Pow Wow ' 67 Stage Crew 2; Band Letter. Sil¬ ver Music Pin 2; Gold Music Pin 3; First Award State solo ensemble Contest 1,2,3. GATES, GEORGE: Funny Girl 4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3,4. GAULE, GARY: Intramurals 1,2,3 baseball basketball. GAUTHIER, ROBERT: Choir 2,3,4; Pow Wow 68 Construction, Mattress Turntable Chairman; Firebugs Construction; Pow Wow ' 69 Construction Funny Girl Cast; Political Forum Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Crosscoun¬ try 2; Fencing 1; Intramurals 1,2; Acapella Choir 2,3,4 249 GE1MER, BOB: Audio-Visual 2,3.4. Chess Club 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4. Russian Club 1.2. Science Seminar 1,2; SSO 1,2.3,4; Stamp St Coin 2,3, Baseball 1. Basketball 1.2. Football 1.2; Intramurals 1.2,3,4. GILBERT, MARC: Cabinet 2. N-Club 2.3.4 Russian Club 2. SSO 2.3. Baseball 1; Football 1.2. Wrestling 1,2.3,4. Intramurals 2,3,4. GERBER, NEAL: Transferred from South Shore 1. GILL, LYNDA: Band 1. Cheerleaders 2.3.4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 Hospital Visitors Troupe 3. Student Council 1.2.3.4. Twirlers 1,2,3. GILLESPIE, STEVE: Basketball 1,2,3,4 Cross Country 2; Football 1. GINESI, KATHY: Golf 2.3 GLASSBERG, BOB: N-Club 3.4; SSO 3.4 Cross Country 1.2.3. Major Letter 3; Track 1. 2.3; Intramurals 4 GLATT, PAUL: Band 1,2,3,4; Band Letter; 1. Bronze Pin 2; Silver Pin 3 Gold Pin 4; Inter¬ mediate Band 1. Marching Band 2.3; Concert Band 3.4; Camera Club 2.3, Vice-President 2. Wrestling 1. GL1CK, DARYL: Arts Club 2; Choir 4; Fo¬ rensics 1; French Club 2, Vivace 3,4. Mixed Chorus 1; Girl s Glee 2,3; Music Certificate 3; Silver Music Pin 4. GLINES, LARRY: Latin Club 3; N-Club 4 SSO 3; Cross Country 1,2,3,4. Minor Letter 3; Major Letter 4 Track 1,2,3.4, Major Letter 3,4; Intramurals 1.2,3.4 GOLAND, MARLA: Aquasprites 1,2; Choir 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Guys St Dolls Make-Up Crew 2; SSO 3. GOLD, JON1: Arts Club 1,2. Bridge 3,4. German Club 3; Firebugs 3; Children ' s Thea¬ tre 1,2,3; Thespians 3.4 Westword 2,4; Pow Wow ' 67 GOLDBERG, PAM: Cabinet 2, Forensics 1. French Club 1; Guards Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Pow Wow 68 Song St Dance Duet; Firebugs Cast; Pow Wow 69 Cast; Pom Pon Squad 2; Theatre Dance Club 1,2. Vice-President 2; Pow Wow 66 Cast. Pow Wow 67 Cast; Ski Club 3. GOLDENBERG, MARK: Band 1.2.3,4 Mat tress Orchestra. Pow Wow 67 Band; Pow Wow 69 Band. Steering Committee; Funny Girl Orchestra; Orchestra 2,3,4 GOLDFARB, LARRY: Audio-Visual 1; N- Club 3,4, SSO 3; Soccer 2,3,4, Major Letters 3.4; Wrestling 1. Minor Letter 1. Intramurals 1.2.3.4 GOLDMAN. LYNDA: G.A.A. 1.2,3; Pep Club 1; Pom Pon Squad 3; SSO 1,2,3; Stu¬ dent Council 2. Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew 1. Oliver Stage Crew 1; Pygmalion Stage Crew 1. Pow Wow e7 Stage Crew 2. GOLDME1ER, SHARON: Future Home makers 2; Future Teachers 2,3 Treasurer. Secretary; SSO 1,2,3,4; Usherettes 3. GOLDSTEIN, ALAN: Audio-Visual 1; Cabi¬ net 2; SSO 1,3; Basketball 1. Numerals 1 Soccer 3; Intramurals 1,2. GOLMAN, GAIL: Cabinet 1,2,3.4. Vice President 2; French Club 1,2; G.A.A 1; Hos¬ pital Visitors Troupe 4 Pep Club 2; SSO 1,2, 3.4; Spectrum Sports Editor 3; Spectrum Edi- tor-in-Chief 4; Student Union Board 3; Unity Board 2; National Student Council Delegate 2. GOODMAN. BOB: N-Club 3.4; Westword 3,4; Soccer 3.4 Major Letter 3,4 Swimming 1. 2; Intramurals. 1,2,3,4 GOODMAN, JEFF: N-Club 3.4; SSO 1.2. Basketball 1 Soccer 2,3,4, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 3.4 Track 1,2,3.4 Minor Letter 1.2, Major Letter 3,4. Intramurals 1. GOODMAN, LESLIE ANN: French Club 2. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; SSO 4 GORAN, MARGIE: Arts Club 1.2; G.A.A. 1.2.3,4; Childrens Theatre 1,2,3; Service Organization 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Spectrum 2,3,4; Theatre Dance Club 1.2,3.4; Pow Wow 67. GORDON, LAURIE: Arts Club 2; Girl s Glee 1; Spotlighters 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Child¬ ren ' s Theatre 1.2.3.4. GORDON, ROBERT: Audio-Visual I N Club 3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. Major Letter 3, 4. Tennis 1,2; Wrestling 2; Intramurals 1,2,3. 4 GORE, STEVEN: Foreign Exchange Club 4, Physics Club 3; Basketball 1; Intramurals 1. 2; Project ' 70 3,4 GREENBERG, MARK: Wrestling 1 GREENBERG, RICK: Track 2. Intramurals 1,2,3. GREENMAN, ELLEN: Intermediate Band 1. Concert Band 3,4, Marching Band 2,3; Letter 2; Silver Pin 3, Gold Pin 4; Foreign Exchange Club Secretary 3,4; French Club 1,2; Future Teachers 3,4; G.A.A. 1 GRIMM, TONI: Art Council 1; G.A.A. 1.2. 3,4, Minor Letter. G.A.A Board 2,3; German Club 2,4; Vice-President 4; SSO 4. GRZYBOWSK1, JERRY: N-Club 4 Baseball 1.2, Minor Letter; Basketball 1,2; Minor Let¬ ter 1,2, Major Letter 3,4; Cross Country 1, Minor Letter. GUENTHER, BOB: Choir 1 N-Club 2,3.4 Basketball 1, Football 3,4, Major Letter 3,4; Soccer 2; Track 1,2,3,4. Captain 4, Major Let¬ ter 2.3,4. GUMBINER, GARY: Political Forum Club 3. SSO 3,4; Baseball 3.4 Minor Letters 3, Major Letter 4; Bronze Key; All State Scholarship Semi-Finalist. Transferred from Niles East 2 GUMP, CHRIS: Choir 2.3; Cabinets 3.4. G.A.A. 1; Pow Wow 66 Cast; Oliver Cast; Pow Wow 67 Steering Committee; Guys St Dolls Cast, J.B. Costume Crew; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Mattress Cast. Pep Club 2; Student Council 2; Thespians 2,3; Girl ' s Glee 1. GUNDLACH, ALLYSON: Aquasprites 1.2. 3; Future Teachers 4; G.A.A 1,2,3,4. Minor Letter 2. Major Letter 3. SSO 4; Theatre Dance Club 2,3,4, President 4. GUSSIS, GENE: Cabinet 2,4. Student Coun¬ cil 3,4; Gymnastics 2; Wrestling 1; Intramur als 1,2. GUTTMAN, STEVE: Basketball 1.2.3.4, Minor Letter 3, Major Letter 4 Track 2,3,4 Major 3,4; Intramurals 1 HAB1GHURST, DAVID: Audio-Visual 1 German Club 1. HALFPAP, CHARLES: N-Club 4 Cross Country 2.3.4, Minor " N ' 3, Major N 4. Golf 2,3,4 Minor N " 3. Major N ' 4. Intra¬ murals 1,2,3,4. HALPERIN, MARK: N-Club 3,4; Gymnas tics 2,3,4, Major " N " ; Soccer 2,3, Major " N HALPERN, EDWARD: Band 1,2, Marching Band 2; N-Club 3,4, Executive Board 4; Cross Country 1; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. Major " N " 3, 4; Soccer 2,3,4 Major " N " 3,4, Co-Captain 3, 4; Track 1,2,3,4, Major " N ' 3,4. HAMMERBERG, GAIL: Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; SSO 3; Usherettes 3,4. HANSSEN, WENCHE: Art Council 4 G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Girl s Glee 2. HARRIS JANE: Arts Club 3; Atoms 2; Bridge Club 3.4; Choir 2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee 1 Vivace 2,3,4; White Music Certificate, Bronze Music Key, Silver Music Key, Gold Music Key; Cabinet Alternate 2. Future Teachers 1. 2, G.A.A. 2; Pow Wow 68; Political Forum Club 3, Spanish Club 1.2; Westword 1; Pro¬ ject ' 70 Co-Chairman, Secretary; White Cer¬ tificate. Bronze Key, Silver Key, Gold Key. National Honor Society 3,4; Illinois State Scholarship. HARTFEIL, KARL: Track 4; Intramurals 2,4. HATTENDORF, MARY: Usherettes 3,4 HEGG, EARL: Transferred from Notre Dame 2. Intramurals 2. HEIM, STEPHEN: Transferred from York- town High School 2; Audio-Visual 2,3,4; Cabinet 3,4; Football 3,4; Intramurals 3. HEINRICH, PAT: Band 1 SSO 3; Usher¬ ettes 3,4; Timer ' s Club 3. HEINZ, LARRY: Transferred from Notre Dame 1. HELFGAST, EILEEN: Girl s Glee 1,2,3; Fu¬ ture Teachers 1; G.A.A. 1; Student Council 1,2,4. HENTZ, NANCY: Arts Club 2.3; Debate 1. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Letter; Ecology Club 4; Children s Theatre 1,2,3; SSO 3.4 Thespians 2,3,4. HERST, BARRY: Atoms 1; Band 2; Bio¬ chemistry Club 2,3; German Club 1,2,3.4; Science Seminar 3; Physics Club 3. HILK1N, STEPHEN: Astronomy St Aeronau¬ tics Club 1; Audio-Visual 1; SSO 4; Track 1, Minor N " 2. HINZ, GARRY: Bio-chemistry Club 1; Ecol¬ ogy Club 3,4 German Club 2,3,4; Guys and Dolls Cast 2; Once Upon A Mattress Cast 3; Funny Girl Cast 4 Westones 4; Madrigal Singing Group 3. Cross Country 2.3, Minor " N” 3; Track 1; Bronze Key 3. HIRSCHAUER, LYNN: G.A.A. 1. Board 2.3, 4; Pow Wow 68. 69; Once Upon A Mattress 3; Funny Girl 4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Girl ' s Interscholastic Badminton Team 2,3, 4 HIRSCHTICK, ROBERT: Cabinet 2.3.4 National Honor Society 3,4 N-Club 4. Bas ketball 1,2; Football 1.2.3.4, Major ' N ' 4 Track 2,3,4, Major " N " 3.4. HOFFMAN, BARBARA: Cabinet 4; G.A.A 2.3.4, Vice-President 4; Pacesetters 3. Girls Interscholastic Badminton Team 3.4 Timer s Club 2.3.4 HOFFMAN, DAVE: Football 1.2.3. Minor N " HOFFMAN, JOHN: Cabinet 4, Treasurer Latin Club 1,2; SSO 4; Student Council 4, Cross Country 1,2, Manager; Intramurals 1, 68 Mock Election. Nixon Campaign Manag er HOFFMAN, KENNETH: N-Club 4. Football 1.2.3.4, Minor " N ' 2,3, Major N’ 4. Track 1.2.3.4, Minor " N 2,3, Major N 3,4. Wrestling 2, Minor " N " . HOGLUND, BILL: Concert Band 1.2,3,4. Uniform Crew 1,2,3,4; Funny Girl Orchestra 4; Intramurals 1. HORVAT, JEANNE: Aquasprites 1,2,3,4. Marching Band 1,2, Concert Band 3,4; Mid- West National Band Clinic; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Usherettes 3,4 HOUNDT, HERBERT: Transferred from Notre Dame 2; Cross Country 3,4; Track 3. Minor N " ; SSO 3,4. HOUSMAN, BONNIE: Girls Glee 1,2. Choir 3.4; Music Certificate 2; Silver Music Pin 3; Gold Music Pin 4; Cabinet 1, Alternate 2,4; Forensics 1,2,3; Pow Wow 66, 67, ' 68, 69, Steering Committee; Oliver Crew 1; Guys St Dolls 2; Once Upon A Mattress 3; Funny Girl 4; Children s Theatre 1,2,4; Spo¬ tlighters 1; Thespians 2,3,4; SSO 3,4; Vivace 3,4; Westones 4. HSU, ANDREW: Bridge Club 4; Chess Club 3. Secretary 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Seminar 4; Physics Club 3; Intramur¬ als 3,4. HULOCK, MARY: G.A.A. 3; Pacesetters 3; Pep Club 1, Treasurer 2; Timers Club 3.4. HUSMAN, DEBRA: Arts Club 4; French Club 1,2; Westword 3. JACKSON, CHARLES: Cabinet 1; N-Club 3. 4. Baseball 1; Football 2,3,4, Major N " 3,4 Wrestling 1,2. JACOBS, MARCEE: Aquasprites 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2,3; Hospital Visitors Troupe 2,3,4, Pep Club 1; SSO 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Spectrum 4. JANKOWSKI, LILLIAN: G.A.A. 4 Russian Club 1. JESCHKE, CATHY: Marching Band 1,2,4 Intermediate Band 1; Concert Band 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Band Librarian 1,2,3.4; Mid- West Band Clinic 2. M.E.N.C. 4; Band Letter 2; Silver Music Pin 3; Gold Music Pin 4; Solo St Ensemble Contest 2.3.4; I.M E.A. District Band 4. All-State Band 4, Concert Orchestra 4; Funny Girl Orchestra 4. JOHNSON, CLAY: Band 1; Football 1; Gymnastics 1,2; Track 2.3, Minor N " ; In¬ tramurals 1. JOHNSON, GREGORY: Astronomy Aer¬ onautics Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Guards Club 2,3; Track Manager 2, Minor " N " . JOHNSON, JOAN: Girl s Glee 1.2.3.4; Fu¬ ture Teachers 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1. JOHNSON, MARY: Intermediate Band 1,2, 3, Concert Band 4; Girl ' s Glee 1; Medical Careers Club 4; Stamp Coin Club 1. 250 JOHNSON, NANCY: Choir 3.4; Monitor 2. 3. JOHNSON, PEGGY: Choir 2,3,4; Vivace 1,2, 3.4, Treasurer 3; Pow Wow Cast ' 66, ' 67; Guys St Dolls Crew 2; Firebugs Costume Crew 3; Children ' s Theatre 2; Thespians 3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3. KAHN, GAR : Bridge Club 3,4, Vice Presi¬ dent 3; Choir 2; Cabinet 3,4, Vice President 4. German Club 1,2,3,4; Guys Dolls Cast 2; Pow Wow Cast ' 68, ' 69; Mixed Chorus 1; National Honor Society 3,4. KAHAN, JAMES: Arts Club 2,3,4; Choir 2; German Club 1,2; Political Forum Club 1,2,3, 4. Student Union Board 2,3. KALISH, PHYLLIS: G.A.A. 4; J.B Crew 3; Bronze Key. KALLMAN, RANAE: Band 1,2,3; Children s Theatre 2. KAMENEAR, DYANE: Transferred from Von Stueben 2; SSO 3; Student Council 3. KAPLAN, DAVID: Astronomy St Aeronau¬ tics Club 1,2; German Club 1,2,3,4; Political Forum Club 4. KARACHUN, RICHARD: Stamp St Coin Club 2; Baseball 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. KARLIN, RICHARD: Transferred from Brown High School 3; Audio-Visual 3; Opu One 4; Political Forum Club 3,4. KATZ, ALVIN: Cabinet 1,2, President 1; It ' s Academic 4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Spectrum 2, 3; Stage Band 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Con¬ cert Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Orchestra Letter; Sil¬ ver Music Pin; Westones 2; Westword 2,3,4; Pow Wow Band ' 66, ' 67, ' 68, Music Director 69; Oliver Orchestra; Guys St Dolls Orches¬ tra; Once Upon A Mattress Orchestra; Fun¬ ny Girl Orchestra; Thespians 4; Quill St Scroll Society 3,4; Homecoming Committee, Chairman 4. KAUFFMAN, RONALD: Bridge Club 3,4; German Club 2,3,4; Political Forum Club 3; Track 4; Intramurals 1,2. KAUFMAN, MERLE: Mixed Chorus 1, Girl ' s Glee 2; Choir 3,4; Future Teachers 1,2, 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; German Club 3,4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Ski Club 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3; Unity Board 2,3; Usherettes 3,4; Vivace 3.4. KAUFMAN, SCOTT: Band 1 KEESHIN, SCOTT: N-Club 2,3,4; SSO 3.4; Basketball 1, Minor " N " ; Football 1,2,3.4; Major ' N " 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. KEEFE, PAUL: Cross Country 1; Track 4. KELLMAN, PAM: Arts Club 1,2; Debate 3; Foreign Exchange Club 3; Forensic 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1; Westword 2,3; Theatre Dance Club 1,2,3; J.B. Cast 2; Pow Wow Cast ' 68; Once Upon A Mattress Cast 3. KIER, MARLA: Transferred from Bowen High School 1; French Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1, 2,3; Student Council 1,2,3. KIMURA, KATHRYN: Cabinet Alternate 1, 4; French 3; Future Homemakers 1; Future Teachers 2, Secretary 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee 4; Funny Girl Accompanist 4 KIMURA, TERESA: Intermediate Band 1. Concert Band 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2. 3,4, Secretary 3, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 3; Band Certificate 1; Band Letter 2; Silver Music Pin 3, Gold Music Pin 4; Twilers 4 Girl ' s Interscholastic Tennis Team 4; Girl ' s Interscholastic Badminton Team 1,2,3,4 Mid-West Band Clinic 2. KITCHEN, ANDREA: Transferred from Brittany High School 1; Girl ' s Glee 2,3; We¬ stones 4; Pow Wow 69; Children ' s Theatre 2. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girl ' s Gymnastic Demon¬ stration Team 3,4. KLEIN, DREW: N-Club 3.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Minor N " 3, Major " N " 4; Basketball 1. Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N” 3,4. KLEIN. KATHERINE: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; SSO KLEIN, LESLIE: Cabinet 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 2; Service Organization 3,4; Span¬ ish Club 2,3; Usherettes 2. KLUGMAN, MARK: Arts Club 2.3; Bridge Club 3,4; German Club 2,3,4; It ' s Academic 3; Political Forum Club 3; Physics Club 3,4, Tennis 1,2; Astronomy St Aeronautics Club 2 . KOERVER, BRIAN: Transferred from South Shore High School 3. KORNEL, EDI: Transferred from Mt. Brook High School 1; Internation Simulation 4; Funny Girl 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Political For¬ um Club 3; Fencing 2,3 Minor " N " 2. KOZLOFF, DENISE: Spanish Club 1,2. KRAMER, ROBERT: Choir 2.3; N-Club 4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1; Football 2,3,4. KRASNER, DONALD: Intramurals 2. KRISKA, NATHAN: Children s Theatre 3; SSO 2,3; Soccer 2. KRISTOF, THOMAS: Student Union Board 3,4; Baseball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4, Minor " N ' 2, Major " N " 3,4; Golf 2, Minor " N " 2. LANDE, ROBERT: Cabinet 2,4; Bronze Key 3; Silver Key 4; Funny Girl Cast 4; Children s Theatre 1; Spectrum 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4. LANGE, ALAN LAPAGLIA, JAMES: Gymnastics 1. LAPINS, JEFFERY: Audio-Visual 2,3; Guards Club 1,2; Political Forum Club 2,3,4; Science Seminar 2,3; SSO 1,2,3; Football 2,3, 4, Major " N " 4; Swimming 1,2; Intramurals LARSON, CAROL: Girl s Glee 1; Children s Theatre 1; SSO 1,2,3; Spotlighters 1. LASKIN, SHERRY: Transferred from South Shore High School 2; Art Council 2; French Club 2,3. LASH, HAL: Baseball Manager 1; Basketball Assistant Manager 1; Spectrum 1,2. LAUER, HELEN: G.A.A. 1,2; Medical Ca¬ reers Club 2; SSO 2,3,4. LAVENDA, IRIS: Transferred from Osh¬ kosh High School 4; Future Teachers 4; Westword 4. LAWRENCE, ROBERT: N-Club 3.4 Gym¬ nastics 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LEAL, SCOTT: Choir 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1; Oliver Cast 1; Pygmalion Crew 1; Pow Wow Cast 2; Music Certificate; Silver Music Pin; Thespians 1,2,3; Westones 3; Children ' s Theatre 1,2; Forensics 1; Student Council 3; Foreign Exchange Club 3; German Club 1,2; Bronze Key; Track 2; Wrestling 2; Intramur¬ als 1. LEAVITT, BONNIE: Arts Club 3; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,3; Theatre Dance Club 3; Pow Wow ' 66 Crew. LEAVITT, BRANDON: Art Council 4; Arts Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Intermediate Band 1, Mixed Chorus 1. Choir 2,3; White Music Certificate; Silver Pin; Cabinet Presi¬ dent 4; Westones 2,3, Treasurer 3; Westword 4; Political Forum Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Student Council 4; Pow Wow Crew 66, ' 67. 68; Oliver Cast 1; Guys St Dolls Cast 2; Spo¬ tlighters 1,2,3; Thespians 1,2,3,4. LEBOV, HEDY: Mixed Chorus 1, Girl s Glee 2; Children ' s Theatre 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; SSO 2, 3; Service Organization 2,3; Spanish Club 1, 2. LEBOVITZ, ILENE: Transferred from Senn High School 1; Arts Club 2,3; Girl ' s Glee 3; French Club 1,2,3; Future Teachers 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Medical Careers Club 1 , SSO 2,3,4; Student Council 1. LEES, ELLEN: Aquasprites 2; Cheerleaders 1; Cabinet 2; Forensics 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Hos¬ pital Visitors Troupe 2,3,4; Pom Pon Squad 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Student Council 3,4; Westword 3,4; Children ' s Theatre 4; Pow Wow ' 68; Once Upon A Mattress 3; Thespi¬ ans 3,4, Recording Secretary. LEIN, BARBARA: Arts Club 1,2; Children s Theatre 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Girl ' s Glee 1,2. LEPP, ELLEN: Future Homemakers 1; Mixed Chorus 1. LEVEY, CAROL: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Illinois State Scholarship 4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Spectrum 2,3,4; Children ' s Theatre 3, 4; Pow Wow Make-Up Crew ' 66, Co-Chair¬ man ' 67; Chairman ' 68, ' 69; Oliver Make-Up Crew 1; Guys Sl Dolls Make-Up Crew 2; Once Upon A Mattress Make-Up Chairman 3; Firebugs Make-Up Chairman 3; Funny Girl Make-Up Chairman 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Opus One 4, Assis tant Editor. LEVIN, MARK: Aquarists 1; Cabinet 1; Wrestling 1, Minor " N " Numeral; Ski Club 4. LEVIN, MELVIN: Political Forum Club 3; Football 4, Minor " N " ; Track 2,3,4; Intra- murals 3. LEVIN, SHELLEY: Cabinet 1; Pom Pon Squad 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Pow Wow ' 66, 67-Make-Up Crew; Oliver Make-Up Crew 1; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; National Honor Society 3,4. LEVINE, SUSAN: Forensics 1,3.4; French 1, 2,3; Future Teachers 1; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Children ' s Theatre 4; Pow Wow 69 Steering Committee; Once Upon A Mat¬ tress Cast 3; Firebugs Cast 3; Funny Girl Student Director 4; Thespians 3,4 LEWIS, LINDA: Pep Club 1; SSO 2,3; Span¬ ish 1; Girl s Interscholastic Tennis 1 LEWISON, MURRAY: Transferred from Bowen High School 2; Band 2,3; Atoms 2; Bio-chemistry Club 3,4; Political Forum Club 3,4; SSO 3,4; Spanish Club 2. LIBERTORI, LYNN: Cabinets 1, Alternate 2; Forensics 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Theatre Dance Club 1,2; Service Organization 1,2,3; Pom Pon Squad 2; Pow Wow 68 Cast, 69 Steering Committee; Once Upon A Mattress Crew 3; Funny Girl Cast 4; Oliver Crew 1. LINDHEIMER, TERRY: Cabinet Alternate 2; Forensics 2,3; Girl ' s Glee 1; SSO 4. LIPPO, BRUCE: Cabinet 2,3,4; N-Club 3,4. Baseball 1,2; Football 1; Soccer 2,3, Major " N " 4. LUKE, JAMES: N-Club 3.4; Football 1; Soc¬ cer 2,3,4, Minor " N " 2. Major " N " 3,4; Intra¬ murals 1,2,3,4; Westword 2,3,4. LOOS, CAROLE: Aquasprites 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Guards Club 3,4, Co-Captain; Timers Club 3, 4, Secretary, Treasurer. LUCAS, LINDA: Aquasprites 2; Choir 3,4 Cabinet 1; G.A.A. 2; Guards Club 2; Hospi¬ tal Visitors Troupe 4. LUNDQUIST, COLE: N-Club 3,4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4 Major " N” 4; Football 1 . LUSTIG, DALE: Art Council 3; Arts Club 3; Political Forum Club 3. McCOWAN, PAM: Foreign Exchange Club 1, Pow Wow ' 69; Student Council 1; Trans¬ ferred from Sydney, Australia in the ' 69-70 A.F.S. Program. McLEOD, DENNIS: Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; German Club 2,3,4; Guys St Dolls Orchestra 2;Pow Wow ' 68 Band 3; Mattress Orchestra 3; Pow Wow ' 69 Band 4; Funny Girl Orchestra 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Concert Orchestra 1,2,3, 4; Science Seminar 3,4, Student Director 4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Physics Club 3,4, Presi¬ dent 4; Pow Wow ' 66 Band 1; Oliver Orches¬ tra 1; Pow Wow ' 67 Band 2; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair Awards 3; Illinois State Science Fair Out¬ standing Award 3; AAAS Certificate of Recognition 4; Rensselaer Science and Math Award 3; Bausch and Lomb Award 4; Ameri¬ can Junior Academy of Science 4; IJAS State Paper Sessions, Best in State 3. MACIEJEWSKI, KATHY: Concert Band 1.2. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; German Club 2; Funny Girl 4; Medical Careers Club 4. MADDEN, JAMES: Cabinet 1.2,3, President 2; Latin Club 1,2; N-Club 4; SSO 1.2; Unity Board 2; Baseball 1,2,3.4, Major " N " 3; Gymnastics 1. MADER, RICHARD: Band 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; N-Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Minor 3. Major 4; Swimming 2,3; Track 2; Wrestling 1 . MAGNUS, BARBARA: Cabinet 3,4; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Future Teachers 3; G.A.A. 1,2; German Club 1,2,3 MAGNUSON, MARCIA: Future Teachers 1,2; G.A.A. 1.2; Girls Glee 1. MAJEWSKI, NANCY: G.A.A. 1,2,3.4. Trea¬ surer 3, Board 2,3,4, Pacesetters 4; Girls In ' Schl Tennis 2,3,4; Girls In ' Schl Badminton 1,2,3,4. 251 MALTZ. HARRY: Cabinet 2.4 MANDELL, PHYLLIS: Transferred from Bowen High School 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Hospi¬ tal Visitors Troupe 4; Firebugs Make-Up 4, Funny Girl Make Up 4, Spanish Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Westword 4, MANN, DAVID: Aquarists 1, N-Club 4, SSO 2, Stamp Coin Club 2; Unity Board 1, Basketball 3,4, Manager. Minor " N ' 3, Ma¬ jor N 4. Soccer 3,4, Manager Minor N ' 3, Major N 4, Wrestling 1. MANN, DOUGLAS: German Club 1; SSO 1,2,4; Service Organization 1,2,4; Student Union Board 2.3; Wrestling 1. MARCUS. SHERRI: Arts Club 1; Choir 2,3, 4 Forensics 2,3; Funny Girl Chorus 4; Child¬ ren s Theatre 2; SSO 3; Usherettes 3,4; Vi¬ vace 1.2,3.4; Girls Glee 1. MARKICH, JOHN: Transferred from Senn High School 4. MARTA, KATHY: Transferred from Niles East High School 1; Girls Glee 1,2. MARTIN, SUE: German Club 2; Medical Careers Club 1. Pep Club 1. Swimming 1; Ski Club 3.4. MARTORANO, LINDA: G.A.A. 4; SSO 4 MARTORANO, ROSILYN: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4 Guards Club 3,4; Girls Gymnastic Demon¬ stration 2. MASLOVTTZ, BERNARD: Band 1,2,3; Con cert Band 4. Letter 2; Silver Pin 3. Gold Pin 4 MAU, HENRY: Astronomy Aeronautics Club 1 Bio-Chemistry Club 1. MAUER, PAT: Art Council 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Girls Glee 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 4. MAYER, BILL: Art Council 2; Choir 2,3,4. Music Certificate 2; Silver Pin 3; Gold Pin 4. Mixed Chorus 1; German Club 3. MEYER, JANIS: G.A.A. 1,2; Childrens Theatre Usher 4; SSO 2,3,4; Girls Gymnastic Demonstration 1,2. MEYERS, KURT: Guards Club 2,3; Soccer 2; Swimming 2,3; Wrestling 1. MIDLER, TOVA: Future Homemakers 1,2. MILSTEIN, MARK: Baseball 1. Football 1.2; Gymnastics 1, Manager. MIRSKY, MARC: N-Club 3,4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Minor N " 3, Major " N " 4. MITS, MISSY: G.A.A. 1,2; German Club 1, 2, Hospital Visitors Troupe 4 Medical Ca¬ reer Club 3; Student Council 2,3. MITT, TOM: Aquarists 1,2,3, Vice-Presi¬ dent 2, President 3; Audio-Visual 1; Choir 1, 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Firebugs 3; Political Forum Club 3,4; Radio Electronics 1,2, President 2; Westones 3; Basketball 2; Football 1; Illinois State Scholarship. MOSER, KIRK: Cabinet 4; German Club 1, 2; N-Club 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Major 2,3,4, Captain 4. MOTENKO, GAIL: Arts Club 1; Future Teachers 2, G.A.A. 1; SSO 4; Spanish Club 1; Pow Wow 66 Stage Crew. MROZEK, MICHAEL: Baseball 1,2,3 MUELLER, GAYLE: Arts Club 3; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; Guards Club 3,4; Latin Club 4; Girls Glee 1,2,3; Unity Board 3. MURA, DAVID: Concert Band 3,4; Cabinet 1,2; Student Council 2,3; Basketball 1,3.4, Minor 3; Football 1,2,3, Minor 3; Track 1,2; Intramurals 2,3; National Merit Letter of Commendation; Illinois State Scholar; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Gold Key 4. MUSIKANTOW, BOB: Transferred from Bowen High School 3; Latin Club 4; Stamp L Coin Club 3. MUTH, DEBRA: Choir 3,4; Cabinet 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pow Wow ' 68; Funny Girl 4. Pom Pon Squad 2,3; Spanish Club 1, Theatre Dance Club 1,2; Thespians 4; Westones 4, Pow Wow ' 66; Oliver 3; Pow Wow ' 67. MYRENT, MARK: Tennis 2, Major " N " 3, 4; Wrestling 1,2,3, Major N " 4. NAGEL, ALAN: Transferred From Bowen High School 1 NAGELBERG, LINDA: Cabinet 3.4; French Club 1,2,3; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; SSO 2,3,4. NAKASHIMA, CATHY: Arts Club 2; Choir 3,4; Cabinet 4; Foreign Exchange Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Girls Glee 2. Bronze Key 2; Sil¬ ver Key 3; Silver Music Pin 3; A.F.S. Finalist 3. Summer Abroad 3; IMEA 3; Transferred from Von Steubon 2. NASSEY, MARY: Mixed Chorus 1, Girls Glee 2,3,4; Music Certificate 3; Silver Pin 4. NAST, JUDEE: Aquasprites 1,2,3; Cabinet 2, 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 3. NEHART, SHARON: Future Teachers 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Guys Dolls Stage Crew; Pow Wow 68 Lighting Crew; Mattress Stage Manager; Firebugs Lighting Chairman; Pow Wow 69 Lighting Chairman; Funny Girl Scene Designer; Children s Theatre 1,2,3,4, Technical Director 3; Thespians 3,4; Oliver Stage Crew; Pygmalion Stage Crew. NELSON, MITCH: N-Club 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4, Major " N” 3,4, Most Valuable Player 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Major 3,4; Wrestling 1,2. NELSON, ROBERTA: Transferred from Amundsen 3; Cabinet 4; Forensics 3; G.A.A. 3,4, Board 3, President 4; Girls In ' Schl Ten¬ nis 3; Girls In Schl Badminton 3. NEUMAN, BETTE: Future Teachers 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4 NEWTON, RICHARD: Pow Wow 69 4 Childrens Theatre 2; Pow Wow ' 66 1; Pow Wow ' 67 2. NICKOLS, CLEOPATRA. Cabinet 1; G.A.A. 1,2; SSO 2; Spanish Club 3. NIETSCHMANN, DAN: Ecology Club 3,4 German Club 3; Basketball 1. NILES, LAURETTA: Aquasprites 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor letter 3; Major 4; Guards Club 2,3; Pep Club 2. NORUM, GLORIA: Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 2. NORMAN, BILL: N-Club 2,3,4, Vice-Presi¬ dent 4. Football 2,3,4, Major 4; Golf 3,4; Wrestling Numeral 1, Intramurals 2,3,4, Bowling. NORTELL, NANCY: Cheerleaders 1,2,3, Captain 2; Cabinet 1; Spanish Club 1. NOTO, JOE: Football 1 NOVOSELSKY, ROBERTA: Arts Club 1.2. 3,4, Future Teachers 2,3.4; G.A.A 1, Politi¬ cal Forum Club 3,4; SSO 3,4; Girls Glee 1,2. NUDEL, BARRY: Cabinet 1,2,3,4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Political Forum Club 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Minor Letter 3; Senior Release Board 4. NUDELMAN, ANDREA: Future Teachers 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Guards Club 3, Medical Ca¬ reers Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; SSO 3; Usher¬ ettes 3,4. NYBERG, MICHAEL: Atoms 1,2; Bio-Chem Club 2; Debate 1,2,3,4; German Club 2; Na¬ tional Honorary Society 3,4. NYKOLAYKA, JIM: Cross Country 1,2; Track 1. OBERLANDER, JOAB: Debate 1,2,3; Foren sics 3; SSO 1,2. OLSEN, LYNNET: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 4; German Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Girls In ' school Badminton 3,4. ORLOVE, LAURIE: Arts Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2; SSO 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Girls Gymnastics 1 , 2 . OSYCHUK, PETE: Audio Visual 2,3,4; Ra¬ dio Electronics 2; Russian Club 2,3; Gymnas¬ tics 1; Intramurals 2,3. OSMOLAK, GALE: Aquasprites 2,3,4, Sec¬ retary 4; Forensics 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Guards Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; Usherettes 3,4; GPE Leader 2,3,4. PACIOREK, CAROLA: Future Homemakers 2,3, Vice-President 2. PAGNI, LARRY: Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Stage Band; Oliver 3; Mattress 3. PALM, ROY: Band 1,2; Guards Club 3; Swimming 2,3. PANICO, MARIA: Forensics 3 PANTELAKIS, PENNY: Girls Glee 2.3; Mixed Chorus 1. PARAZYNSKI, LOUISE: Choir 3.4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2; Silver Pin 3; Gold Pin 4, Guys Dolls Stage Crew 2; Mattress 3; Spotlighters 1,2,3; Thespians 4; Oliver Stage Crew 1. PARKER, BARBARA: Cabinet 1,2,3,4; Cheerleaders 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Student Union Board 2,3,4. Unity Board 4. PASH, DAVE: Transferred from Shawnee Mission West, Kansas 3. PASMA, CINDY: Choir 2,3,4; Forensics 1, Mattress 3; Apotheosis 2,3; Mixed Chorus 1; Spotlighters 1; Vivace 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Westones 3. PATTERSON, BILL: Aquasprites 3,4 Guards Club 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; N-Club 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3. PEARSON, PEGGY: Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3 Mixed Chorus 1, Secretary, Girls Glee 2 Sec¬ retary; Vivace 2,3,4, Secretary. PERTT, DANA: Future Teachers 4; SSO Executive Board 4. PETERSON, LOUISE: Future Teachers 1,2. PINES, BONNIE: Arts Club 1.2; Mixed Chours 1; Girls Glee 2; Cabinet 3; G.A.A. 1.2; Guards Club 2; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; Senior Board 4; Bronze Key 2; White Certificate 1; J.B. Makeup; Firebugs Make- Up; Pow Wow ' 69 Make-up; Childrens Thea¬ tre 1,2; Pep Club 1; Pom-Pon Squad 2; Span¬ ish Club 1,2; Spectrum 4; Student Council 1; Spotlighters 1,2,3; Thespians 4. PINKERT, MARVIN: Arts Club 3; Bridge Club 3,4; It ' s Academic 4; Political Forum Club 3,4; International Simulation Workshop 2,3.4. PLOTNICK, RICHARD: Guards Club 3.4 Gymnastics 1; Soccer 3; Swimming 2,3. POGOFSKY, SCOTT: N-Club 3,4; Gymnas¬ tics 1,2,3,4. Major N 3,4; Soccer 2,3. POLON, JIM: N-Club 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3, Minor 1,2, Major 3. POLON, LORI: Forensics 4; Pow Wow 68 3; Mattress 3; Pow Wow ' 69 4; Funny Girl 4; Theatre Dance Club 2; Thespians 4; Pow Wow ' 67 Scenery Crew. PORTUGAL, MITCHELL: Band 1,2,3.4; Chess Club 2; Funny Girl 4; Stage Band 4 Soccer 3. Minor, Wrestling 1; Illinois State Music Contest 2,3,4; District Festival 4. PRANGE, MIKE: Football 1. PRITIKIN, DORE: Childrens Theatre 2; Girls Glee 2,3; Transferred from Evanston High School 1. PUTTERMAN, LARRY: N-Club 4; SSO Executive Board 4, Soccer 4; Intramurals Softball 1,2,3,4. PYSHOS, DIANE: Arts Club 3; Choir 4; Girls Glee 2,3; Mixed Chorus 1; Vivace 3,4. QUIST, JOHN: Guards Club 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. RAPAPORT, DIANE: Art Council 2; Arts Club 1,2,3; Cabinet 4; Future Teachers 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Political Forum Club 3.4; SSO 1; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3. RAYNES, JOEL: Intramurals 1. READING, KATHY: G.A.A. 1,2,3; SSO 1.4. READING, LORETTA: G.AA. 1.2. REDINGER, STEVE: Cross Country 1,2; Track 1,2. REGULA, GAYLE: French Club 3. G.A.A. 1, 2 4; Oliver Prop Crew; Guys Dolls Stage Crew; Pow Wow ' 68 Prop Crew Chairman; Mattress Prop Crew Chairman; Firebugs Crew Board; Pow Wow ' 69 Lighting Crew; Funny Girl Crew; Children ' s TheatTe 2,3,4, SSO 1; Thespians 3,4. REICHERTS, NANCY: Girls Glee 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Usherettes 3. REIFENBERG, JOHN: Football 1,2,3,4 Ma- 252 jor, Minor; Wrestling 1,2. RIFKIN, SCOTT: SSO 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Golf 2,3; Soccer 3, Minor " N " ; Wrestling 1; Intramurals 1,2,3. ROBERTS, JEFF: Astronomy Aeronautics Club 1,2; Choir 2,3; Mixed Chorus 1; Science Seminar 3,4; Swimming 1,2 Minor " N " . ROCHELL, NANCY: White Certificate 1 Bronze Key 2, Silver Key 3; Arts Club 1,2; Cheerleaders 2; Cabinet 1,2,3,4 Alternate; G.A.A. 1,2; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Children ' s Theatre 1; Pom Pon Squad 2,3,4 Co. Captain; Russian Club 1,2,3,4 Vice Presi¬ dent; Spectrum 2,3,4. ROGINA, MARY: White Certificate 1 Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Arts Club 1,2,3, 4; Opus One 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; West- word 2,3,4. ROMEN, MARILYN: Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Illinois State Scholarship 4; Forensics 1; G.A.A. 1; Pow Wow ' 66, ' 67 Make-up Crew, ' 68, ' 69; Guys Dolls Make-up Crew; J.B ; Funny Girl; Children ' s Theatre 1,2,3; Pep Club 2; Pom Pon Squad 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Student Council 3; Theatre Dance Club 1; Thespians 1,2,3,4. ROSEN, ANDREA: Future Homemakers 2; Future Teachers 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; SSO 1,2, 3,4; Usherettes 3. ROSEN, AUDREY: Mixed chorus 1; Girls ' Glee 2,3; Choir 4; Foreign Exchange Club 4; French Club 1,2,3; Pow Wow ' 68 Stage Crew. ROSEN, BARRY: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Illinois State Scholarship 4; AFS Foreign Exchange Stu¬ dent to Brazil 3; Foreign Exchange Club 4, National Honor Society 3,4; N-Club 3,4, Ex¬ ecutive Board 4; SSO 2; Student Council 1,2, 3 Treasurer, 4 Recording Secretary; Wres¬ tling 1,2,3,4, Captain, Major " N " 3,4; Intra¬ murals 1,2,3; Cooperative Committee 2,3. ROSENBERG, ANNLEE: French Club 1,2; Pow Wow 3,4 Make-up Crew; Musical 3,4 Make-up Crew; Firebugs Make up; Child¬ ren ' s Theatre 1,2,3 Assistant Director; Thespians 2,3,4. ROSENBERG, GARY: Cabinet 3; Student Council 4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3. ROSENBERG, STUART: Astronomy Aeronautics Club 1,2 Secreary; Bridge Club 3,4 Vice-President; Chess Club 1; German Club 1,2; INS Club 1,2,3,4 President; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Fencing 1,2,3,4 Minor " N " 2.3, Major ”N " 4. ROSENBLOOM, SUE: Arts Club 1; G.A.A 2,3; Guards Club 3; Pacesetters 3; SSO 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1.2,3; Timer ' s Club 3; Gym¬ nastic Flasher 4. ROSENGREN, BOB: Guards Club 2; SSO 1, 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3. ROSENTHAL, ARNOLD: Atoms 2; Bio¬ chemistry Club 3,4; German Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Political Forum Club 3,4; SSO 1,2,3; Cross Country 1; Track 1; Intra¬ murals 1,2,3. ROSS, GENE: Cabinet Alternate 1; SSO 2,3, 4, Sqccer 2,3; Wrestling 1,2; Intramurals 1,2, 3.4. ROSSI, JACK: N-Club 3.4; Baseball 1, Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4 Minor " N” 2, Major N " 3,4 ROWELL, RICK: Pow Wow 1,2 Stage Crew; Pow Wow 4 Lighting; Guys Dolls Stage Crew; J.B. Construction Crew; Mattress Pin- rail 3; Firebugs Sound Chairman 3; Childrens Theatre Sound 3; Thespians 3,4. RUBIN, BETH: Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. RUBIN, RHONDA: Future Homemakers 1; Future Teachers 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1 . RUTGARD, JEFF: Cabinet 1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3; SSO 3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; Soc¬ cer 2,3; Swimming 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. SACKS, DEBRA: Future Teachers 1. SADUR, SHELLEY: Future Teachers 3,4 Vice President; Spanish Club 2,3. SAKAS, PETER: N-Club 3,4 Treasurer; Football 1,2,3 Minor " N " . 4 Major " N " ; Golf 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4 Major N” 3. SALTZ, STEVEN: Bio-Chemistry Club 1,2; Choir 2,3; Physics Club 3; Wrestling 1,2,3 Minor " N " , 4 SANDROFF, ANN: Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2,3; Future Teachers 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2. SCHALLER, ROBERT: Choir 2,3,4; Guards Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Musical Cast 2,3; Pow Wow 3,4; SSO 1,2; Thespians 3,4; We- stones 3,4; Football 1,2; Gymnastics 1; Swimming 2; Ski Club 3. SCHATZMAN, LYNN: G.A.A. 1; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; J.B. Make-up Crew; Children ' s Theatre 1,2; Political Forum Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2;. Westword 2,3,4; Project ' 70 4. SCHILLER, BETH: Art Council 1.2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3; Pow Wow ' 66. SCHLAG, CHRISTINE: Girls Glee 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; SSO 2,3,4. SCHLAN, LEE: Transferred from Bowen High School 4; Funny Girl 4; Contest Play 4. SCHNEIDER, GREGG: Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Gold Key 4; Chess Club 1; N-Club 3. 4; Track 1; Wrestling 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4, Captain 4. SCHODIN, JOHN: Band 1,2. SCHROEDER, DENISE: Cheerleaders 1,2,3, 4, Captain 1,4; Cabinet 2,3,4; Pow Wow ' 69; Pep Club 1. SCHWARTZ, RICH: Guards Club 1,2; Foot¬ ball 1; Swimming 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. SCHWARTZ, STEVE: Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Gold Key 4; Audio-Visual 1; Bridge Club 1; Swimming 1; Intramurals 1. SCHWARTZ, TONY: Arts Club 3,4; Guards Club 3; Gymnastics 1,2; Swimming 1,2; Track 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. SCHWEBEL, LINDA: Girls Glee 1.2; G.A.A. 1,2,3, G.A.A. Board 2; German Club 3. SCIPIONE, NICHOLAS: N-Club 3.4; SSO 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2; Soccer 3,4; Track 1. SEGAL, MARTIN: SSO 3,4 Wrestling 1 Numerals. SEGAL, SUE: National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4; Homecoming Committee Secretary 4; Project ' 70 3,4; Art Council 2; Forensics 1, 2; Pow Wow 2,3 Acts, 4 Make-up Crew, Guys Dolls Make-up Crew; Mattress Make-up Crew; Firebugs Make-up Crew, Children ' s Theatre 1; Political Forum Club 3; SSO 2,3; Spectrum 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4. SEIDEL, AVA: Aquasprites Technical Crew 2.3; French Club 2,3; Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew, ' 67 Cast, ' 68 Poop Co-Chairman, ' 69 Steering Committee; Oliver Stage Crew; Pygmalion Stage Crew; J.B. Lighting; Mat¬ tress Lighting assistant. Firebugs Lighting Co-Chairman. Funny Girl Stage Crew; Children ' s Theatre 1,2,3,4; SSO 4; Thespians 1,2,3,4 Corresponding Secretary; Illinois State Scholarship 4 SEIDMAN, TERRI: Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2; Forensics 1,2,3; Guys Dolls 2; Children ' s Theatre 1,2; Thespians 2,3 SELIN, AUDREY: Cabinet 1,2,3,4. Secretary 1. SEMILOFF, DIANE: Art Council 1,2,3. SENENSKY, JAY: Political Forum Club. SETTLER, STEVEN: Guys Dolls 2 Stamp Coin Club 1 Vice President, 2 V.P., 3 V.P. Treasurer; Mattress 3. SERVOS, ANDI: AFS Finalist 3; DAR Final¬ ist 4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Sil¬ ver Key 3; Arts Club 1,2,3; Bridge Club 3; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4 Secretary 1-4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3; German Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Opu One 2,3,4; Pacesetters 3,4; Press Bureau 4; Student Council 2,3,4; West- word 2,3; Girls ' Gymnastic Demonstration Team 2. SHANDELSON, MARLA: G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pom Pon Squad 2,3,4 Captain 3,4; Russian Club 1,2,3,4 Vice President 3, President 4; Theatre Dance Club 1,2,3, Vice President 3. SHAPIRO, DEBBIE: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Cabinet Alter¬ nate 1; French Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2; Political For¬ um Club 3; SSO 3. SHAPIRO, RICK: Baseball 1,2,4; Football 1, 2,3 Minor " N”; Intramurals 1,2. SHATTOW, MICHAEL: Bridge Club 3.4 Chess Club 1,2,3 Secretary, 4 President; Cab¬ inet 3,4; Debate 1,2,3,4;Foreign Exchange Club 4; Forensics 4; Musical Cast 2,3,4; Spring Play Cast 2,3; Children ' s Theatre Crew 3; Political Forum Club 3; Baseball Manager 1; Intramurals 1,2; Senior Board President 4. SHEFREN, MARCIE: Cabinet 1.4 SHENK, DOUG: Cabinet 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Stamp Si Coin Club 2; Student Union Board 1, Basketball 1; Cross Country 1; Golf 2; Intramurals 1,2. SHERBIN, DONNA: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Bridge Club 3 Secretary, 4, Mixed Chorus 1; German Club 1.2.3.4, Secretary 3; Oliver Stage Crew; Pow Wow 67 Stage Crew; Musical Orchestra 2,3, 4, National Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra 1,2, 3.4, Letter Silver Pin; Spotlighters 1,2. SHERMAN, ANDI: Transferred from Von Steuben 1. SHINER, MARCY: Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2; Cabinet Alternate 2; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew. SHORE, STEVEN: Transferred from South Shore 3; Track 3. SIEGAL, ALLAN: German Club 1 Mattress 3; Baseball 3; Basketball 4. Cross Country 3, SIERZEGA, RON: Band 1,2,3; Chess Club 4 SIGEL, CRAIG: Debate 3, Ecology Club 2; Science Seminar 3,4. SILBERSTEIN, DEBBIE: Transferred From Horace Mann, Gary, Indiana 4. Future Teachers 4; Pow Wow ' 69 Stage Make-up Crew; Funny Girl Make-up 4. Children ' s Theatre Make-up 4. SILVER, MARCY: Cabinet 3,4; Guards Club 1,2; Hospital Visitors Troupe 2,3,4, Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew; SSO 2; Spanish Club 1, 2 . SILVERMAN, SHERRI: Future Teachers 2; Press Bureau 3; Spectrum 3. SILVERMAN, WAYNE: Transferred from Mather 3; Cabinet 4, Stamp Coin Club 4 President. SIMON, MARC: Transferred from Bowen High School 3. SIMONS, LINDA: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Arts Club 1,2, President 3,4; Foreign Exchange Club 3; Fo¬ rensics 3; Future Teachers 1,2; Opus One 1, 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Press Bureau 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Westword 3,4. SINGER, PHIL: Science Seminar 1.2; West- word 4; Wrestling 1. SKALSKI, CHRISTINE: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Arts Club 1,2,3, 4; Forensics 3; Spring Play Cast 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Opus One 4. SKOWRONSKI, MARYANN: Transferred from St. Patrick Academy 4. SLATER, JUDY: French Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Student Council 1.2. SMITH, ALAN: Atoms 1,2; Bio-Chemistry Club 1; Bridge Club 3,4, Treasurer 3; German Club 2,3,4; Guys Dolls Orchestra; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Mattress Orchestra. Funny Girl Orchestra 4, National Honor Society 3,4 Officer; Orchestra 1,2,3,4 Officer 3, Presi¬ dent 4, All-State Orchestra 3,4, Solo State Ensemble Contest - Excellent Superior; Pow Wow ' 67 Cast; Thespians 3,4; Unity Board 3; Westones 3,4 Secretary. SOBOL, JOAN: Red Certificate 1. Art Coun¬ cil 1; Guards Club 2.3,4; Timers 2,3,4 Presi¬ dent; Usherettes 4. SOLECKI, MARY : White Certificate 1 Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Guards Club 3,4, Pep Club 1,2; Usherettes 4, Timers 3,4. SOLOMON, MARSHALL: Astronomy it Aeronautics Club 1,2,3 Vice President, 4 Stamp Coin Club 1, Physics Club 3.4. Nature Seminar 2. SORENSEN, GERRY: Aquasprites 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 3,4, Guards Club 1,2,3, 4, Co-Captain 4; N-Club 3,4; Swimming 1,2, 3,4 Co-Captain, Major " N " 3,4 253 SORTAL, PAT: G.A.A. 1,2 Board 2. Mat¬ tress Orchestra 3; Funny Girl Orchestra 4 Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2. SPEAR, LINDA: Arts Club 1.2.3.4 G.A.A 1; Pow Wow 66 Cast; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Opus One 3.4; Political Forum Club 4; Rus¬ sian Club 2,3; Theatre Dance Club 1. SPIEZER, DAVID: Guards Club 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2,3; Track 2; Intramurals 4. SPITZ, DEBBIE: Arts Club 1, Band 1,2,3; Choir 4; Cabinet Alternate 1; Forensics 1; French Club 1; Guards Club 3; Oliver Cast; J B. Crew; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Children s Theatre 1,2 Secretary; Opus One 2,3, Or¬ chestra 2,3, IMEA Excellent Outstanding; Bronze Key 2. SPRINGER, DAVID: National Merit Letter of Commendation. Illinois State Scholar; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; 1968 Mock Elec¬ tion Candidate; Concert Band 1,2,3,4 Presi¬ dent; All-State Band ,3.4; Illinois State Solo Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin; Gold Music Pin; Bridge Club 3 Presi¬ dent, 4; Cabinet 1,2; German Club 2,3,4; It ' s Academic 2.3.4; Pow Wow 2 Assistant Musi¬ cal Director, 3 4 Musical Director; Pow Wow 66 Cast; Mattress Cast; Funny Girl Cast; National Honor Society 3; Orchestra 2, 3.4; Thespians 3,4; Westwood Columnist 4 Golf 1,2 Minor " N " . SPRINGBORN, PAUL: N-Club 4; Soccer 2, 3.4 Major " N” 3.4; Wrestling 1,2,3 Minor N " , 4 Major " N " ; Intramurals 1. STAACKMANN, KATHY: Future Home¬ makers 2; Future Teachers 2,3,4, Vice-Presi¬ dent 3. STAUBER, STEVEN: Guards Club 1.2,3,4 Swimming 1,2,3 Minor " N " . STEIN, STEPHEN: Latin Club 1,2,3,4; N- Club 3.4; SSO 4; Football 2; Track 1.2.3.4, Minor N 2, Major " N " 3,4; Intramurals 1 2 . STEINBERG, EARL: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev 3; Excellent in State Latin Contest 1,2; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Illinois State Scholarship 4; Representative to U of I Site Convention; Forensics 2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Medical Ca¬ reers Club 1; National Honor Society 3.4; N- Club 4, Student Council 2,3,4, Parliamentari¬ an 3,4. Basketball 1; Tennis 2,3,4 Major " N ' ' 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; P.A. Committee 3; Citizens ' Advisory Council Representative 4. STEINERT, JAN: Childrens TheatTe 1; Oliv¬ er 1; Spotlighters 1; Pow Wow Steering Committee 2; Thespians 3,4. STEKLOF, ANN BETH: Transferred from Nonroe High, Rochester, New York 2; Bronze Key 3; Arts Club 2; French Club 3; Latin Club 2,3 Secretary, 4; Firebugs Make¬ up Crew; Children s Theatre Make-up 4. Po¬ litical Forum Club 2. STEVENS, SANDRA: Transferred from Cerveny School, Detroit, Michigan 2; Choir 3,4; Forensics 4. STIELOW, BARBARA: Transferred from Niles East 4. STILLE, KURT: Football 1,2,4 Minor N STOKLOSA, SUZETTE: Aquasprites 1,2,3; Art Council 1. STONE, CAROL: Library 1,2,3 254 STRAL, LEE: Debate 1. Pow Wow ' 67 Stage Crew; Guys Dolls Construction; J.B. Pub¬ licity Pow Wow o8 Stage Chairman; Mat¬ tress Stage Manager; Firebugs Crew Board; Children ' s Theatre Crew SSO 3,4; Thespi¬ ans 2,3,4. STREICHER, PAUL: Audio-Visual 1,2,3 4 Physics Club 3; Cross Country 1 Numerals, 2 Sophomore Letter; Gymnastics 1 Numerals; Gym Leader 2,3,4. SWIMMER, GLENN: Transferred From Roosevelt High School 4; National Honor Society 4. SWOCK, DAVID: Astronomy Aeronau¬ tics Club 2; German Club 1,2,3; Stamp Coin Club 2; Swimming 2 Minor " N " . SZUBERLA, CATHY: Transferred from En¬ field High, Enfield, Conn. TABLOFF, CAROL: Arts Club 1,2; Future Homemakers 1,2; Future Teachers 1,2,3; Medical Careers Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; Span¬ ish Club 1,2,3. TANAKA, JERRY: Science Seminar 2,3,4 Swimming 1,2,3. TAPPER, RANDY: Audio-Visual 1,2,3,4; N Club 3; Football 1,2,4; Soccer 3; Swimming 1 2; Intramurals 1,2. TARK, MARK: Bridge Club 3,4, Debate 2,3; Funny Girl 4; Stamp Coin Club 1,2, Golf 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3. TARSHIS, GENE: Arts Club 4; Bio-Chemis¬ try Club 4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4, INS Club 4; Latin Club 1 , 2,3,4 President; Medical Careers Club 1,2; Opus One 4; Political For¬ um Club 3,4; SSO 2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4. TASH, SHARON: Choir 3,4; French Club 1, 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Guards Club 1; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2; Music Certificate 3; Gold Pin 4; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Pacesetters 3. TEACHERSON, CHRIS: Astronomy Aer¬ onautics Club 3,4; Audio-Visual 1; Science Seminar 4; Stamp Coin Club 1,2. TELL, KATHY: Future Homemakers 2; Fu¬ ture Teachers 2,3,4. THOM A, MARTY: Bio-Chemistry Club 2; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1; Gymnastics 2; Soccer 2,3 Minor " N " ; Swimming 4; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. THOREK, PHYLLIS: Choir 2.3; Cabinet 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Vivace 2,3; Westword 4. TILTZ, STEVE: N-Club 4; Baseball 1,2; Soc¬ cer 4 Major " N " ; Wrestling 1; Intramurals 2, 3,4. TOBIANSKY, BOB: Cross Country 3; Track 2,3, Minor ”N " TORP, TIM: Astronomy Aeronautics Club 1,2,3; Ecology Club 3,4; SSO 3. TRANTER, STEVE: Band 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3 Minor " N " ; Football 1. TREIBER, RONALD: White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Gold Key 4; Illi¬ nois State Scholarship 4; Bio-Chemistry Club 1,2,3; German Club 1,2,3; Physics Club 3; Intramurals 1,2. TROJAN, MIKE: Transferred from Roose¬ velt High 3. TRUESDALE, NANCY: Art Council 1; Arts Club 4. Bridge Club 3; Cabinet 2,4; Forensics 3.4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. GAA Board 3,4; J.B. Stage Crew; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Firebugs Cast, Children ' s Theatre 3,4, SSO 2.3. Span¬ ish Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4. VARON, RHONDA: Transferred from Bowen High School 3. VAUGHN, PATRICIA: Transferred from St. Patrick Academy 3; Future Teachers 3. VENTRELLO, PATRICIA: Future Home¬ makers 2,3, President. VON DER LINDEN, DONNA: Girls Glee 2; Future Homemakers 2; Future Teachers 4; SSO 3.4. WALLACE, VERNETTE: Cabinet 2,3,4; Hospital Visitors Troupe 3,4; Pow Wow ' 66 Stage Crew; Pow Wow 68 Publicity Co- Chairman; Children ' s Theatre 2,3; Medical Careers Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Student Union Board 4. WALLACH, MIKE: Astronomy Aeronau¬ tics Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 1,2; Russian Club 2,3; Physics Club 3. WARD, SUE: Choir 1,2. WARGO, KATHY: Future Homemakers 2,3; SSO 4; Usherettes 3,4. WARMAN, ROBIN: Cabinet Alternate 1; French Club 1,2; Pow Wow ' 67 Cast; SSO 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Bronze Key 2; Illinois State Scholarship 4. WAX, MARK: Cabinet 3,4; Latin Club 3,4; N-Club 3,4; SSO 3,4; Football 1; Gymnastics 2; Soccer 2,3,4; Track 1,2. WEIBEL, SANDY: G.A.A 2; SSO 2 WEIDBERG, TERRY: Band 1, Choir 1,2,3; Forensics 1; Pow Wow 66 Dancer; Oliver Cast; Pygmalion Stage Crew; Pow Wow 67 Cast; Funny Girl Cast; Children s Theatre 1, 2,3; Political Forum Club 3; Thespians 1,2,3, 4, Westones 4; Gymnastics 1; Wrestling 2 Minor " N " ; Intramurals 2; Indian Mascot 4. W EIL, CANDY: Art Council 2; Arts Club 1, 2,4; Bridge Club 4; French Club 3; Pow Wow 66 Stage Crew; Spanish Club 1,2; Shake¬ speare Workshop 4. WEIL, SCOTT: Cabinet 1; N-Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 Major ' N " 4, Cross Coun¬ try 1,2,3,4 Major " N " 2,4; Track 1,2,3,4 Major " N” 2,4. WEIMER, RAY: Cross Country Major " N " 4, Track Major " N” 3,4; Intramurals. WEIR, CAROL: Girls Glee 1,2; Cabinet 4; Homecoming Queen 4, Pom Pon Squad 4; Student Union Board 2, Vice-President 3. WEISER, MICHAEL: Bronze Key 4; Cabinet 1,2, President 3,4; N-Club 3,4; Unity Board 3; Westword 3,4; Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4, Frosh Numerals 1. Major " N " 3; Golf 1,2; Senior Board 4. WEISS, HILLARY: Cabinet 4; French Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Girls Glee 1,2; Pow Wow ' 66 Cast Stage Crew; Pow Wow 67 Cast; Pow Wow 68 Cast; Pacesetters 3, Pep Club 2; Service Organization 4; Theatre Dance Club 1,2,3. WEISS, RALENE: Aquasprites 1,2; G.A.A 1,2,3,4. Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2,3; Pa¬ cesetters 3; Girls Gymnastic Demonstration Team 1,2,3,4 Co-Captain. WEITZMAN, BRUCE: Art Council 2.3 Vice President, 4 President; Arts Club 3,4; J.B Artist; Children ' s Theatre 1; Opus One Cov¬ er Artist 4; Political Forum 3,4; Niles Town¬ ship Student Coalition 3,4; New Free Press Art Editor. WERTHEIMER, RANDI: Future Teachers 3, 4, Spanish Club 1,2. WIEN, CINDY: Aquasprites 2; Choir 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Guards Club 2,3; Pow Wow ' 66 Crew; Oliver Crew; Pygmalion Crew; Pow Wow 67 Cast; Guys Dolls Crew; J.B Crew; Po Wow 68 Steering Committee;Mat¬ tress Student Director; Firebugs Publicity; Pow Wow ' 69 Steering Committee; Funny Girl Cast; Children ' s Theatre 2,3,4; Medical Careers Club 1,2; SSO 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Student Union Board 3; Spotlighters 1,2,3 Corresponding Secretary; Thespians 3,4. WILSON, CLIFF: W restling 1 WINKLER, KURT: Transferred from Notre Dame 3. WITT, SUSAN: G.A.A. 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Glee 2; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Usherettes 3. WOLFF, STEVE: German Club 1,2,3,4; N- Club 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Basketball 3, 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Swimming 1; Tennis 1,2; In¬ tramurals 1,2,3.4. WOLIN, PAM: Future Teachers 3,4 Treasur¬ er; Spanish Club 1,2. YELEN, MICHELLE: Cabinet 2,3,4; G.A.A 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Spectrum 3; Pow Wow ' 67 Make Up Crew. ZABAN, PERRY: Latin Club 3,4; SSO 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1. ZACHER, JODY: Arts Club 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 1; G.A.A. 1; Hospital Visitors Troupe 4; Pow Wow 1, Stage Crew, 2,3,4 Make-up Crew; Oliver Make-up Crew; Pygmalion Stage Crew, Children ' s Theatre 1, 2,3; Political Forum Club 3; SSO 2,3,4 Execu¬ tive Board. ZASLAVSKY, MICHAEL: N-Club 3,4; SSO 3; Westword 3; Baseball 1; Football 1,2; Soc¬ cer 3,4 Major " N” 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ZEMAN, ROBERT: Bio-Chemistry Club 3,4; Science Seminar 3,4; Student Council 3; Physics Club 3,4. ZENNER, KATHY: Service Organization 2, 3,4. ZWEIG, FRANK: German Club 2,3; Soccer Manager 2 Minor " N” 2. A her man, Laura Lynn 57 Abram, Marty W. 57 Abrahamson, James W. 119, 234 Abrams, Jeffrey Ray 191 Abrams, Michelle C. 133 Abshire, Thomas C. 105, 219 Accomando, Gregory F. 105 Accomando, Michael A. 119 Adelman, Adrienne E. 119, 196 Ahr, Terry Gail 105 Ahrens, Eddy William 133 Aizuss, Ellen Susan 57 Albach, Kimala J. 105 Albanese, Luann Syd 133 Alberti, Carol Jo 57 Alder, Paula Dorene 57 Alfasso, Avis Sue 119 Alfredson, Alan R. 133 Allen, Patricia Ann 132, 133 Allen, Steven A. 119 Allenbaugh, Jane L. 57 Alles, Jill Ann 133 Almblad, Linda Jean 119 Almcrantz, Glen R. 119 Allweiss, Pamela H. 105 Alper, Jeff 57 Alswede, Edward G. 133 Alt, Barbara Jean 119 Alt, Richard Kenneth 133 Amarantos, Gregory T. 133,237 Amarantos, Peter Tom 57,191, 193, 238 Amarantos, Thomas A. 119, 220, 234 Ami, Donald Wayne 196 Ambrus, Carol Lynn 57 Ami, Faith Marlene 105 Amstrup, Mary P. 119, 193 Anapol, Susan Gail 57 Anastos, Nicholas T. 133 Anderschat, Karen L. 105, 184, 193 Andersen, Kenton, E. 133 Anderson, Carolyn A. 119 Anderson, Gary V. 133 Anderson, Greg M. 105 Anderson, Joel C. 133,221, 235 Anderson, Karen Lynn 105 Anderson, Kenneth S. 105 Anderson, Kyle H. 119 Anderson, Lorayne M. 133 Anderson, Mark S. 105, 219, 234 Anderson, Pamela J. 57 Anderson, Robert C. 105, 194 Anderson, Sally Anne 57 Anderson, Sharon M. 57 Anderson, Susan Gail 119, 196 Anderson, Thomas E. 57, 195 Androw, Mark Robert 119 Angell, Richard S. 105, 219 Appel, Alan Morris 58 Appel, Mark Aaron 133 Appel, Steve Allen 105 Applebaum, Anita J. 105 Applebaum, Edward M. 58 Arcangeletti, Daniel 105 Archer, William Alan 58 Archibald, Mary Jane 133 Aren, Francine Jane 105 Armistead, Albert 133 Artstein, Ileen 105 Arndt, Stephen R. 119 Arnold, James B. 119 Arons, Rand Edward 119 Aronson, Danah R. 133 Arvidson, John R. 58 Arwine, David Kent 133 Arwine, Patricia 1.119 Ash, Annette Marie 105 Ash, David Steven 133,201 Asher, Sheldon David 105, 219 Ashlevitz, Marcia J. 133, 193 Ashner, Robert F. 58 Astrene, James S. 119, 237 Atsaves, Anastasia C. 132, 133 Atsaves, Antonia C. 105, 184 Atsaves, Louis G. 119, 228 Atsaves, Vicki Ann 133 Aubens, Lauren Susan 118,119, 194 Auerbach, Amy Lee 105, 148, 149, 150, 151 Austin, Jack Albert 119 Baack, Regina M. 58 Baake, Arlene Jennie 29, 119 Bacigalupo, Joseph 239 Badesch, Scott B. 105,219 Baer, Naomi, Esther 133 Bahcall, Bruce 133 Bahde, Eileen Susan 106 Bahl, Linda Lee 58 Bairn, Richard N. 133 Baker, Albert Reed 58 Balandrin, Jorge 201 Balandrin, Manuel F. 58 Balbirer, Andrew G. 119 Balin, Lauren Sue 106 Ballinger, Deborah M. 119 Balmes, Victoria L. 104, 106 Banas, John A. 58, 191 Banash, Anita K. 58, 162, 168 Bannister, Marc Lee 133 Barnes, Susan L. 58 Barnes, Terry 119 Barnow, Donna Jean 58, 186, 198,208 Baron, Lisa Beth 133 Baron, Phillip A. 133 Barr, Alanna Joy 106 Barr, Jill June 119 Barr, Lynn Sherry 133 Barrett, Leeann Mary 133 Barrett, Luann Marie 133 Barron, Billie Ann 119 Barsamian, Greg T. 106, 193, 238 Barrett, Susan Kay 106 Bartik, Robert M. 106 Bartlett, Herbert J. 106,219,236 Bartlett, Thomas A. 133 Bass, Sheryl Eileen 119 Bator, Candy Ann 58 Battaglia, Guy J. 119, 220 Battista, Rosemary T. 119 Bauer, Donn David 106 Bauer, Joan Helen 133 Baum, Denise Rita 119 Baum, Sharon Judith 106 Baumhardt, Diane M. 106 Beaudette, Robert W. 58, 191, 226 Beaudette, Stephen J. 58, 191,226 Beck, Carol S. 58,208 Beck, Howard John 106,219 Becker, Elizabeth M. 133 Becker, Michael Alan 58, 176, 191, 216, 219 Beckman, Kenneth D. 59, 206 Beckman, Michael E. 133 Beckman, Richard J. 119 Beederman, Daniel E. 106 Beere, John Rodger 119 Begoun, Paula Beth 106, 163 Begoun, Sheryl Elyse 132,133 Begun, Sheryl Lynn 59 Behr, Shirlee Gayle 133 BeideT, Susan T. 133 Belcove, Janet Sera 35, 104, 106, 114, 163, 168,207 Bell, Barbara Ann 133 Bell, Jane Gray 59 Bell, Sheldon C. 106, 191 Bell, Steven 59, 228, 229 Beller, Larry Steven 106 Bellos, David Paul 59 Bellos, Michael B. 119, 241 Belson, Brooke Elyse 106 Belson, David H. 59 Bennett, Brian W. 119, 234, 238 Bennett, Timothy C. 106, 193, 238 Bennett, Virginia J. 133, 210 Bensing, Daniel E. 133 Benson, Richard R. 106 Beran, Jane Ellen 133 Bereskin, Judith Rae 106 Berezin, Janice C. 59 Berg, Jill Susan 133 Berger, Barry Ronald 119 Berger, David R. 119 Berger, Joyce Ellen 59, 62 Berger, Marcy Paula 119 Berger, Roger Alan 106, 196, 219 Bergstrom, Herbert E. 106 Bergstrom, Scott H. 119 Bergstrom, Valerie L. 133 Beringer, William 133 Berkowitz, David A. 59, 195, 205, 207 Berkowitz, Robert W. 133 Berkowitz, Susan 59 Berlinger, Thomas 59 Berman, Carol Jeanne 119, 193 Berman, Cheryl Rae 59, 207 Berman, Norman Scott 59 Berman, Paulette K. 59, 197,208 Berman, Randall Lee 119 Berman, Ronald J. 59 Bernstein, Barbara A. 106 Bernstein, Barry S. 133 Bernstein, Gary W. 133 Bernstein, Heiane I. 59, 81, 183, 199,207 Bernstein, Jill S. 106 Bernstein, Scott J. 133,241 Berz, Deborah Lynn 134 Berz, Linda Kaye 138 Berzock, Audrey K. 59 Berzock, Cary A. 134 Beswick, Robert Paul 119, 206 Beverley, Bernard P. 106 Beyer, Judith Temmi 106 Bianchi, Beth Ann 119 Bieber, Betty 134, 196 Bieber, Gloria 118, 119 Bibergal, MarciS. 104, 106, 155, 184 Biederer, Dennis E. 106 Bielski, Joann E. 119 Bierman, Lois Ann 60 Biller, Ralph M. 134 Billitteri, Denise C. 133 Billitteri, Philip W. 60 Bindus, Thomas J. 120, 220, 241 Binkley, James Wm 60, 242 Birch, Esther 134 Birger, Henry 106 Birren, Andrea C. 120 Birren, Julia P. 60 Bizer, Gail Lynn 120 Bierke, Tom 120 Blackman, Linda Sue 56, 60 Blanc, Andrea Lynn 60 Blanc, David 134 Bland, Leslie 134, 208 Blaszynski, Brian M. 134, 235 Blatt, Howard Norman 60 Blatt, Robert Irwin 134 Blechman, Michael S. 134 Blechman, Sandee L. 66, 148, 149, 184, 185, 210,245 Blinick, Arthur Ira 106 Blinick, Burton H. 134, 237 Blitz, Alan 106 Blitz, Michael 106 Bliwas, Errol J. 106 Block, Sheree Ann 106, 204 Block, Joan Rebecca 134,210 Block, Phillip M. 134,241 Block, Sue Joy 134 Bloom, Jeff Donald 120, 239 Bloom, Paul Stuart 60 Blumenfeld, Jeffrey 134 Blumenthal, Barbara 134,210 Blumenthal, Beth M. 120 Blumenthal, Richard 120 Blumenthal, Ross G. 134, 226 Blumenthal, Sharman 60, 120 Bobel, Antoinette M. 134 Bock, Mitchell Myron 120 Bode, Marilyn Dale 60 Boden, Robert David 120 Bohrer, Edward 120, 220 Bonne, Ellen Beth 60 Boime, Steven Jay 134 Bold, Ricky David 60, 191 Bond, David John 106 Bonetti, Robert A. 120, 239 Bonetti, William C. 60, 226 Bongiovanni, Diane C. 106 Booras, Deborah Jo 134, 188 Boor as, Fred George 61 Borde, Sam Matthew 134, 221 Bordon, David V. 134,221,235 Borkan, David Scott 106 Borucki, Kenneth R. 134 Borre, Mark Paul 61 Borys, Karen Anne 134 Boucher, Mike Wayne 120 Bowler, Bonnie Ann 61 Bowman, J. Mark 106, 191 Bowler, Kathleen M. 120 Boylan, Brian M. 134 Boylan, David T. 120, 186, 197 Brabandt, E. Charles 61, 202, 206 Brabec, George W. 120 Braden, Kevin Scott 46, 106 Bradford, Carole J. 106 Bramson, Ronald S. 106 Brandenburg, William 134 Brandt, Barbara Judi 132, 134 Brandt, Jerry Glenn 106 Brandt, Larry Allen 106 Brasch, Steven P. 120,205 Brauer, Diane Louise 133, 184 Brauer, Laura June 106, 184 Braun, Judith Anne 106 Bregenzer, Jacquelin 61 Brennan, Madonna L. 120 Brennan, William V. 134 Brenner, Karen Rae 134 Brenner, Marcia H. 134 Bresette, Leon John 61 Bresette, Stephen A. 120 Bridger, Kay Ann 106, 207 Brier, David N. 134 Brody, Andrea Joy 120 Brody, Brian Charles 61,243 Brody, Reid Allan 134 Brody, Susan Lynn 106, 208 Bronn, Lynne Sue 61 Bronstein, Robert L. 106 Bronstein, Philip L. 61, 201 Brook, Paul Raymond 106 Brooks, Craig L. 120, 226 Brotman, Marcy Lynn 120 Brown, Carol Louise 106 Brown, Cindy L. 120 Brown, Mark 134 Brown, Marla 107 Brown, Nancy Ellen 120 Brown, Robert W. 134,221,235 Brown, Samuel Alen 120 Brown, Thomas Willia 120, 220 Brownstein, Gary R. 134 Brownstein, Inez M. 104, 107 Brownstein, Steven 107 Brugliera, Gary F. 120 Brunning, Thomas V. 107,191, 236 Brusman, Charles A. 61, 230, 2321 Bryant, Susan Addie 107 Brynjolfsson, Ingrid 6l Brynjolfsson, Jon 134 Bubley, Cynthia Ann 107,120 Buchel, Greg 120 Buchet, L. 208 Budz, Denis Paul 107 Bugarin, Carol Eve 134, 206 Buns, James Edgar 120 Buns, Robert Michaleol Burack, Mitchell E. 120 Burgeman, Karen Ann 120 Burkhardt, Diane M. 134, 194 Burkhardt, William G. 107 Burns, Ellen Lee 134 Burrows, Donald Lee 120,234 Bursteen, llene Sari 134 Burton, Carol Ann 61 Burton, Sue Ellen 107 Bush, Lynn Roberta 134 Bush, Richard S. 61 Bussert, Joy Marie 61, 208 Butler, Bonnie Lee 134 255 Butzbach, Charles N. 61 Byk, Vivian Susan 120 Cacioppo, Patricia A. 61, 208 Cagen, James Lee 120, 127 Cahan, Richard Brent 107 Cain, Candace Ellen 62, 193,210 Cain, Lynn Ann 120, 210 Caliva, Kathryn V. 120 Caliva, Joe Forest 62 Callahan, Daniel J. 62 Callahan, Thomas T. 134 Callner, Andrea Gail 132,134 Callner, Lisa Beth 121 Campton, Pattiann 107 Camras, Robert David 134, 221 Capodagli, Ronald W. 134, 221,237 Cardis, Kathryn Ann 134 Carozza, Francine 62 Cardis, Nancy H. 120 Carlson, Linda Carol 107 Carrigan, John 120 Cartwright, Brad J. 135,235 Cartwright, Mark A. 62, 89, 230, 231, 232, 233 Casey, Robert James 120 Casey, Joanne C. 62, 198, 199 Casey, Mary Frances 107, 193,210 Casper, C.210 Casper, Terry J.219 Cass, Paula Debra 62, 208 Cassata, Angelo V. 62 Castiglione, Antonio 66 Castle, Donald Bruce 135 Castle, Linda Beth 120 Cavalie, Blanca 62 Cavelle, N.212 Chamberlain, Jeffrey 107 Chankin, Garry Steve 107 Chapekis, Anthony F. 56, 62, 148, 149, 191, 219 Chapin, Linda Helen 62 Chaplik, Susan B. 56, 62, 185 Chapman, Ricky 107, 191 Chase, Denise Merle 120 Chavin, Beverly Sue 120 Chelcun, Gary Fred 120 Cheng, Steven 62, 202, 206 Cherepaha, George 107,219 Cherney, Lynn Karen 135, 188 Cherniet, Keith lan 104, 107 Chikaraishi, Lynne F. 107 Chimberoff, Marcia A. 63 Chimberoff, Robert A. 135 Chirchirillo, Debra 63 Chow, Calvin Y. H. 120,239 Christensen, Joy S. 135 Christiansen, Dale A. 120 Chubin, Wayne W. 63, 148, 149, 183, 199, 207 Chupack, Edward Alan 120 Chupack, Nadine Kay 63 Church, Kenneth 63 Church, Kirby Dean 120 Cirrincione, Alfred 120 Cirrincione, Anthony 63,237 Citron, Janice Rae 175 Citron, Mitchell R. 107 Clapperty, LeonJ. 107,218,219 Clark, Jennifer Jane 107,193,196 Claus, Joan Maxine 120,193 Clauson, Harry Carl 135,241 Claver, Gayle Lynn 63,210 dayman, Janet 120 Clemen, Barbara Ann 63 Clesen, Kathleen E. 63 Clesi, Phillip P. 220,237 Clyman, Marilyn E. 120 Cockerel, Phillip D. 120 Cohen, Debbie Karen 63 Cohen, Denise Gail 135 Cohen, Garry Wayne 107, 146, 147 Cohen, Gayle 1.107 Cohen, Larry D. 120 Cohen, Lawrence M. 120, 191 Cohen, Lee Michael 63,120 Cohen, Lynn Joy 135, 195 Cohen, Michael James 206 Cohen, Mitchell L. 107 Cohen, Nan Beth 135 Cohen, Richard S. 63 Cohen, Roxane Lee 118, 120, 184 Cohen, Steven Mark 135,227 Cohen, Ted Danial 120 Cohn, Mark Ira 120 Cohn, Richard P. 135, 191 Coletto, Frank Ralph 120, 220,236 Colky, Scott Craig 63 Collons, Cindy Joy 63 Colton, Stewart Alan 63, 191, 219 Condon, Sherry L. 107 Condren, Philip Dunn 107 Conrad, Dale Wesley 107, 219 Conrad, Patricia D. 107 Conrad, Richard C. 139 Conti, David James 135,235 Conti, Richard Louis 63,226 Cooper, Diane C. 135 Cooper, Janet Lee 107 Cooper, Joel Todd 135 Cooper, Michael H. 107, 199 Cooper, Richard A. 63 Cooper, Steven Scott 63 Copeland, Jo Anne 107 Cordes, Frank Henry 120 Cortina, Joseph P. 120,241 Corty, Linda Carol 120 Cosgrove, Terry P. 107 Cosgrove, Diane M. 135 Costopoulos, Carrie 135 Costopoulos, Susan S. 64 Cowin, Nancy Helene 135 Crane, Susan Michele 64 Crawford, Pamela C. 120 Cristol, Mindy Lynn 120 Cross, Davis Alan 107 Cuff, Jennifer Lee 135 Culloton, Craig Lee 120 Cutler, Frances L. 107 Cutrera, Mary T. 107, 199 Cywinski, Patricia A. 107 Dahlstrom, Cathy Ann 107 Dahm, Rosemary 120 Dainas, Lori Ann 120 Dassinger, Ronald J. 120,237 David, Tom 107 David, Sheila Gaye 135 Davidson, Steven R. 64, 184, 191, 243 Davis, Bonnie Joan 120, 199 Davis, Denise Jean 107 Davis, John C. 135 Davis, Michael D. 120 Davis, Nancy Tina 120 Davis, William L. 64 Dayan, Mitchell M. 120, 220, 237 Dayan, Mozelle 135 Dean, Susan Gail 107 Deasey, Margaret Ann 135 Deasey, Mary C. 107 Dedo, Diane Marie 135, 188 Dedo, Steven Paul 107 Deferville, Donna L. 120 Deferville, James R. 64 Defrancesco, Mike 135 Deger, Michael John 120 Dehmlow, William A. 107 Delano, Linda C. 107 Deieonardis, Carol A. 107, 174 Deleonardis, Janet M. 121,184 Deluca, Jo Ann 121 Deluca, John Joseph 107 Delugach, Barbara M. 121 Demartino, Suzann G. 64 Demirel, Figen 196,221 Demirel, Mehmet 219 Deppong, Janet Susan 64, 194 Deppong, Carol Ann 108 Depaepe, Diane M. 64 Depaepe, Susan Lee 135 Dermer, David Ira 135 Dermer, Dennis Lee 64 Desalvo, Anthony 64 Desalvo, Russell F. 135 Desent, Brad Lee 135 Desent, Martin S. 108,219 Deters, Donna Lois 135 Devine, Vicki Kay 64 Diakoumis, Karen Lea 64, 150,151 Diamond, Charles A. 108 Diamond, Howard M . 221 Diamond, Ruth Mae 121, 196, 199 Diamond, Susan Joyce 64 Diamond, Terry Lee 135 Dicker, Jay Charles 121 Dicker, Laura Beth 64, 199 Dickert, Thomas A. 65 Dickholtz, Sherry P. 121 Dickholtz, Marshall 135,241 Dickstein, Ronald C. 135, 221, 239 Diederich, Ross M. 135,221,235 Dieschbourg, Thomas 65 Dobbs, Cynthia Jean 108 Dobrow, Robin Carol 65 Dohm, Kenneth 65, 174, 191,217,218,219 Dolce, Deborah Lynn 121, 193 Dolnick, Mark Guyer 65, 150, 151,156, 197, 198, 199,207 Dohm, Kevin John 104,219,236 Domenella, Mark Carl 121 Domoracki, Paulette 135 Donenberg, James 65 Donenberg, Susan B. 118, 121 Donlin, John Gill 65 Dordick, Jeffrey A. 135,235 Dorfman, David C. 135,221 Dorfman, Robert B. 135 Doroff, Bonnie Sue 65 Doroff, Mark Stuart 135 Drew, Donna Theresa 135 Drew, Syreil Ann 127, 195 Drew, Shelley V. 65 Drews, Vicki Kay 108 Dubas, Christine Eve 135 Dubow, Debra Wilma 108 Duchaj, Christine A. 65 Duchaj, Laura Jean 121 Duebner, David E. 121,237 Duda, Beth Mary 65 Dugan, Margaret C. 121 Duhl, Anita 104, 108 Dumke, Pamela Dawn 65 Dunk, Mark Thomas 121 Dunkleberger, Doroth 121 Durso, Thomas 108 Dunster, Shelby Lee 65 Durston, Dianna 65, 190 Eadon, Craig Philip 66 Eadon, Scott Randall 135 Eaton, David L. 108 Edelman, Lynne 135 Edelman, Richard M. 121 Edelson, Leon Irwin 121 Edington, Debra Anne 121,193, 210 Edwards, Martin S. 66, 191 Edwards, Bradford B. 121,220 Edwards, Marilyn J. 66 Edmonds, Steve D. 135,227,237 Edwardson, Kurt W. 135,237 Edwardson, Stig Karl 121 Egebrecht, Dan Lewis 66 Egebrecht, Phillip M. 121,226 Egel, Arthur Lewis 66 Egel, Marilyn D. 108 Egelston, Anna Marie 135 Egelston, Jennifer L. 108 Ehas, Steve James 135,221,239 Eick, Thomas Robert 66 Eickhoff, Linda Jean 66, 100 Eiden, Lee Elmer 66 Einbinder, Renie Ann 121 Ei nstein, A. 202 Eisenberg, Cherie F. 66 Eischen, David V. 121 Eisenberg, Jill L. 66,156, 199 Eisenberg, Lee Allan 121,241 Eisenhammer, Fred A. 66, 191, 226 Eisenstein, Deborah 135 Ekenberg, David G. 121,239 Elarde, Janice Josep 66 Elbin, Bruce Nile 135 Elegreet, Karen J. 135,210 Elegreet, Nora Jean 108,210 Ellwing, Susan 121, 196, 208 Ellyne, Jody Ellice 108 Elste, Alan Jay 121 Elman, Michael B. 121 Elman, Philip David 121 Endre, Barbara Anne 136 Enenstein, Judy Anne 66,204 Engelhardt, Annie L. 136 Enger, Donald Leroy 66 Englhard, Robert J. 121 English, Susan C. 108 English, Thomas P. 136 Ennes, Joseph 108 Entratter, Jeffrey M. 135,221,239 Epstein, James V. 136 Epsteen, Ralph H. 66 Epstein, Gail S. 121 Epstein, Jeffrey R. 121,239 Erdman, Philip Carl 228 Erfer, Ellen Joan 108 Ericksen, Karen Lee 108 Ericksen, Michael A. 136,221,235 Erickson, Gayle M. 136,193 Erickson, MarileeT. 121 Erickso n, Timothy R. 66, 150,151,216,217, 219 Erlebacher, Joanne 108,190 Ermilio, Francine M. 136 Ermilio, Lucille M. 121,131,184, 193 Ernt, Michael Joseph 121 Erpelding, Richard A. 66 Erpelding, Thomas S. 193, 238 Erton, Linda Helena 108,210 Erwin, Janice Marie 108 Eshbach, Cynthia Ann 67 Esterl, Diane L. 67 Esterl, Ernest A. 108 Esterl, Linda Joan 108 Esterman, Brian R. 108 Estes, Jane Ann 121 Eulberg, Thomas L. 67 Evans, Leslie Carol 67 Evans, Rhonda Joy 136 Evans, Sharyl Lynn 136,143 Evensen, Janet Marie 121 Fabian, Cheryl Jean 108 Fabian, Vicki Lynn 136 Fahsbender, Thomas B. 121 Farber, David Stuart 108 Farber, Phillip Alan 108, 196, 199 Farrell, Ande Louise 118,121 Farris, Holly Kaye 136 Faught, Jeffrey W. 108 Faye, Sydney Fran 67 Febrow, Donna Lynn 108 Feilen, Diane L. 108 Fein, Melvin J. 122,141 Feinberg, Joyce M. 67,213 Feingold, Gail 108 Feiss, Richard C. 121, 234 Feldman, Denise H. 121 Feldman, Ellen Rdean 136 Feldman, Fred 108, 186, 197 Feldman, Laurie Sue 118, 121,210 Feldman, Raymond J. 121, 201 Fenchel, Stephen L. 121, 197 Felsenthal, Randy I, 67 Fergus, Cynthia 136 Ferrard, Linda Diane 108 Ferrard, Richard P. 121,237 Ferrell, Debra L. 121 Fettman, Jack R. 108 Ficho, Sue Ann 108 Field, Lewis R. 108 Fields, Susan Ellen 121 Fierman, Sharon J. 121 Filgut, James B. 108 Filgut, Linda Sherry 121 Finnerman, Scott A. 121,241 256 Fischer, Susan K. 108, 195 Fiset, Janice Ann 121 Fish, Joel W. 108 Fisher, Elyse 108, 236 Fisher, Monica Mary 121,202 Fisher, William C. 108, 236 Fishkin, HolleceS. 108 Fivelson, Paul Jeff 67 Flannery, James Brad 136, 221, 237 Flannery, Shelley Jo 67 Fleishman, Mark B. 108 Flood, Daniel P. 121 Flood, Jean Marie 121 Flood, John Joseph 108,219,240 Floros, Michael A. 67, 85,185 Flowers, Joan Caryn 108 Floyd, Kent David 67 Floyd, Nancy Jo 210 Fogel, Richard M. 136 Fogel, Susan Jean 67 Foo, Margaret Anne 136, 188 Forman, Joan Diane 132,136 Fortman, Linda Diane 108 Fortuna, Frank Peter 108 Fortuna, Anthony J. 121 Fortuna, Vivian Mary 121 Foss, Merry-Lynn 108 Foster, Grady Bruce 108 Fox, Susan Ellen 136 Fougerousse, John R. 121 Fragassi, Anthony P. 136 Frake, Mary Helen 121,210 Frank, Jody 121 Frankel, Alisa Renee 136 Frankel, Bruce H. 121 Frankel, Karen Mynn 121 Frankel, Steven H. 108 Franklin, Cory M. 108, 168,183, 207 Franks, Shelley E. 104, 108 Freda, Frank J. Jr. 67 Freedenberg, Linda E. 108 Freedkin, Mark Steve 136 Freedkin, Sheila M. 67 Freedman, Jerrold A. 67 Freedman, Leslie G. 67 Freedman, Louis S. 121 Freeman, Patricia S. 136,239 Freet, Deborah Lee 67 French, Gary Edward 108 Freres, Gregory G. 121 Freud, Robert Sol 44, 109, 197 Frey, Steven Warren 121 Friedkin, Barbara N. 109, 136 Friedler, Dennis I. 109 Friedman, Elise G. 121,194 Friedman, Estelle E. 109 Friedman, Frediann 68 Friedman, Jonathan H. 136 Friedman, Mark J. 121 Friedman, Thomas Jay 121 Fritz, Maryann 68 Fritzshall, Carol A. 136 Fritzshall, Lucille 60, 68 Fryksdale, Ralph N. 68 Fuka, Pamela Jean 68 Fuchs, Ronald Jay 136 Furman, Collien M. 121 Futransky, Barbara S. 118, 121, 155. 199, 208 Funai, Bryan 136 Fukuya, Sylvia M. 68,183 Gaan, Cathy J. 112 Gacki, James R. 121,241 Gagliano, Anthony D. 136 Gajewski, Robert W. 121 Gale, Meryl Lynn 109 Gaiter, Kurt M. 121,220 Gan, Leslie Dennis 234 Ganellen, Ronald Jay 136 Ganellen, David B. 109,195 Ganellen, Jeff Mark 121 Gannon, Ronn Frank 68 Gannon, Bryan Louis 136 Gantz, Louis Estes 121,239 Ganz, Leslie Ellen 109 Ganz, Robert Alan 121 Garcia, Diane Lee 136 Garen, Wendy Sue 68 Garland, Cindy Marla 121 Garland, Kathie Lee 68 Garland, Jill F. 121 Garland, Merrick B. 68, 146, 147, 162, 168, 184, 185, 186, 197, 199 Garnhart, Gail Anne 121 Garoon, Lisa Ann 121 Garrett, Gayle Gay 68 Gartner, Robin Gail 122 Gassman, Marsha Ann 68 Gates, Carol Ann 109 Gates, Gary Wayne 136,239 Gates, George Victor 68 Gales, Jeff 68 Gaule, Jeffrey Ira 68, 122,220 Gauthier, Robert W. 68 Gavlin, Patricia Kay 109 Gavlin, Nancy Lynn 68 Gaynes, Bruce Ira 121 Gebel, Andrew Steven 136 Geimer, Bob James 68 Geisler, Debbie Lynn 109 Gelfand, Alan Howard 109,236 Geni, Gary John 69 Goerge, Robin E. 109 Gerber, Gail Susan 136 Gerber, Neal Bruce 69 Gerber, Rhonda Beth 122 Gerchikov, Jonathan 121 Gertz, Lynda J. 121 Gettleman, Jeffrey A. 109, 240 Gibbons, Robert D. 221,237 Gibson, Nancy E. 109 Gielow, Tracy Brent 136 Gieras, Glen Richard 109 Gilbert, Marc Alan 69, 191 Gilbert, Melissa L. 122 Gildin, Bonny Lou 109 Gill, Linda Sue 69 Gillaspy, Clayton 109 Gillen, Clifford J. 69 Gillespie, Steven C. 230,231 Gillman, Michael D. 121, 195 Gilman, Shelley I. 104,109 Gilmore, Kevin Jeff 122 Ginesi, Michael A. 136 Gilluly, Marene 122 Ginesi, Kathy Lynn 69 Ginsburg, Craig S. 136 Gladstein, Harlan M. 122,228 Glass, Carole Ann 69 Glass, Christine M. 122 Glassberg, Robert A. 69, 191 Glassberg, William J. 136, 226 Glassgen, Gregory L. 109, 196 Glatt, Paul Louis 69 Glick, Daryl Bonnie 69, 208 Click, Joe 136,221,235 Glickman, Ellen R. 122 Glines, Lawrence F. 69,191,226 Glowienke, Frances A. 136 Goebel, Christine 136 Goebelt, Kim Dawn 69 Goetz, Thomas Edward 109 Goland, Marla C. 69 Goland, Sherry Lynn 122 Gold, Joanne S. 46, 69 Goldberg, Barry Dale 136 Goldberg, Brian Jay 136, 237 Goldberg, Howard Lee 70 Goldberg, Larry J. 136, 220 Goldberg, Lenny Mark 122 Goldberg, Pamela J. 70, 156 Goldberg, Roberta N. 137 Goldberger, Phil Erl 109 Goldenberg, Dale 122 Goldenberg, Mark 70 Goldenberg, Sara B. 109 Goldfarb, Larry Alan 70,122, 191 Goldman, Daniel Jay 109,219 Goldman, Lawrence M. 137 Goldman, Linda M. 70 Goldman, Nancy Marie 109, 195 Goldman, Robin Dorie 137 Goldmeier, Deborah L. 137, 194 Goldmeier, Sharon E. 70, 194 Goldner, Meryl Joy 109 Coldsher, Cynthia D. 109 Goldsher, Jeffrey M. 137,235 Goldsmith, Larry G. 237 Goldstein, Alan J. 70, 146, 147 Goldstein, Audrey L. 122 Goldstein, Candice 137, 194 Goldstein, Daryl Lee 109 Goldstein, Larry M. 122, 146, 147,220 Goldstein, Melanie C. 122 Golin, Barry 137 Golman, Gail Susan 70,176, 180,207 Golman, Jeffrey A. 137 Gollin, Susanne M. 109,204 Gomberg, Susan Dale 109 Gomez, Robert Blair 109 Goodease, Kenneth R. 137 Goodcase, Linda D. 109 Goode, Ellen Beth 137 Goodman, Robert Paul 137,182, 191 Goodman, Jeffrey D. 70 Goodman, Lawrence J. 122 Goodman, Leslie Ann 70 Goodman, Michele Ann 70 Goodman, Robin Karyl 122 Goodman, Robert E. 70 Goone, Marla J. 137 Goran, Marjorie 70, 180, 181, 182, 186, 207 Goran, Ruth Ellen 122,125,180,190 Gordon, Beatrice D. 109 Gordon, David Joel 137 Gordon, Karen Lois 122 Gordon, Laurie Sue 70 Gordon, Linda Beth 109, 184 Gordon, Matt 241 Gordon, Robert 71,240 Gordon, Ruth 122 Gordon, Susan Ethel 104, 109 Gorgosz, John J. 137 Gore, Michael Pall 121 Gore, Steven B. 213, 71,212 Gore, Susan Ellen 122,210 Gorenstein, Debra L. 109 Gorski, Eugene J. 122 Gorski, Gina Jo 122 Goslin, Gregg Robert 109 Goslin, Pamela Jean 122,196 Goslin, Randall W. 71 Gott, Renee Lynne 208 Gottlieb, Cynthia S. 71 Gottlieb, Lynn 132,137 Gottlieb, Richard K. 122,220 Gough, Gail Ellen 137 Graham, Linda M. 137,197 Graham, Nancy Beth 109, 190,210 Graham, Timothy John 123,131 Grandt, Gregory P. 71 Grandt, Lynn Ellen 109 Grasso, David Rea 137 Graubart, Mark J. 123 Green, Dawn E. 109 Green, Mark Howard 137,239 Green, Nancy Ellen 118,123 Green, Scott M. 123, 193 Green, Susan Jo 123 Greenberg, David A. 137, 204, 205 Greenberg, Neal R. 137,221 Greenberg, Linda Ann 109 Greenberg, Mark D. 71 Greenberg, Ricky S. 71 Greenberg, Sheree J. 137 Greenberg, Terri S. 109, 195 Greenfield, Michael 137 Greenenwald, Steven 123 Greenman, Ellen I. 71,193 Greenman, T. 212 Greenspon, Sheldon J. 137, 241 Greenstein, Barbara 137 Grember, Thomas C. 109 Grimm, Jacquelyn 123 Grimm, Ryan Scott 123, 204 Grimm, Toni Lynn 71,195 Groeling, Katherine 137 Gross, Michael Lee 123,239 Grossman, Lary 109, 195, 204 Grossman, Philip A. 123 Grouzard, Michael P. 71,230, 231,233 Grover, Cynthia Jean 109 Grover, Robert E. 137,221 Gruber, Brian Lee 123 Gruby, Sherry 132,137 Gruenke, Donna Mary 123 Gruzynski, Roger F. 123 Grybowski, Randall F. 234 Grzybowski, Gerald W. 123, 191, 230,231 Guenther, Robert 62, 71, 191,219 Guenther, William 71, 216, 217, 219 Guinand, Linda Faye 213 Gumbiner, Gary Marc 71 Gump, Christine Mary 71 Gump, Helen Mary 137 Gump, William Paul 137 Gunderson, June E. 137, 206 Gundlach, Allyson J. 71,210 Gundolf, Marianna 137 Gurrentz, Kenneth G. 104, 109 Gussis, Cindy 136,137,210 Gussis, Gene Lenny 71 Guttman, Scott Gary 137,221,241 Guttman, Steve Mark 71,230,231,233 Habighurst, Carol R. 72,137 Hacker, Ronald Gary 123,195,228 Hackin, Jay Brian 132,137 Hajduk, Craig Allan 109 Halfpap, Charles A. 72,191,226 Halfpap, Darlene L. 137 Halfpap, Nadene Elna 137 Hall, Linda Gail 109 Hall, Patricia Ann 123 Hallberg, Ellen L. 137 Hallberg, John W. 123,239 Halperin, Marc S. 72,191,240 Halpern, Edward S. 72,191, 240 Hamilton, Deborah J. 123 Hamilton, E. 208 Hamilton, Jane 109, 195 Hammer berg, Gail M. 72 Handelsman, Carol A. 123, 180, 181 Hanlon, Lynne Irene 137 Hans sen, Wenche 72 Hansen, Gloria June 109,208 Hardei, Jene Marie 123,208 Hardy man, Sharon M. 109 Haring, Dale Richard 109 Harms, Dennis Roy 109 Harms, John Arthur 123,239 Harris, Harriet 72 Harris, Dale 101 Harris, Jane Kathryn 72, 208 Harris, Kimberly D. 137 Harris, Miriam C. 137 Harris, Tom Chris 72 Hartfeil, Guenther K. 123, 194, 228 Hartfeil, Karl Heinz 72 Hartnett, Stephen L. 72 Hattendorf, Barbara 123 Hattendorf, Mary 72, 208 Haug, Nancy Lynn K. 109 Hausaman, James B. 123 Hausaman, Patricia A. 104, 109 Hausman, Bonnie Sue 72 Hausman, Richard Lee 123 Hayes, Patti Robin 157, 193 Haynes, Carol S. 109 Hazard, Gary M. 109 Hazelwood, Lauren F. 123 Healy, Donald E. 109 Healy, Mary Lynn 137 Hebeker, Kenneth F. 137,221 Hecktman, Jeffrey B. 109 Heeney, Michael J. 237 Heeres, George A. 72 Heeres, Joann Lynn 123 Hegg, Earl Charles 73 Heidrich, Madeleine 123 Heidrich, Nancy D. 123 Heidtke, Andrew K. 137, 226 Heidtke, Thomas John 110 257 Heim, Linda Lucille 137 Heim, Stephen John 73,219 Heimann, Janis Emily 137 Heinrich, Patricia A. 73 Heinz, Jon Henry 137, 195,221,235 Heinz, Kathleen M. 73 Heinz, Larry E. 73 Heinz, Thomas M. 123,239 Heinz, William A. 137,239 Helfgott, Eileen 73 Helgeson, Eric A. 110 Heller, Adele Sylvia 137, 195 Heller, Scott Lewis 123,241 Heller, Todd Allison 110 Hengesh, John W. 137,221,239 Henning, Robert Paul 110 , 231,234 Henry, Holly Anne 123 Hentz, Nancy Jo 73, 204 Hermele, Mark Harry 137 Herold, Lana Bea 123,210 Herst, Barry Siglin 73 Herst, Michael Alan 137 Herst, Robert 137 Herstein, Richard E. 138 Hertler, Kenneth W. 110 Herzog, Lynne Ellen 138 Higus, Sharon Louise 110 , 210 Hilkin, Stephen John 73 Hill, Emily Eileen 123, 184, 186, 193, 197 Hill, Richard C. 123, 220 Hill, Y vonne Marie 110 Hillstrand, Randy C. 73,219 Hilock, Francis 123 Hintz, David Lee 123,138,220 Hinz, Carry Allen 73 Hirakawa, Mariann R. 110 Hirakawa, Sharon L. 124,138 Hiratsuka, John D. 195 Hirsh, Lori Ann 138, 188 Hirsch, Wendy I. 124, 208 Hirschauer, Lynn S. 73 Hirschauer, Robert J. 110,245 Hirschman, Robert J. 110 , 245 Hirschman, Nancy Ann 104, 110 Hirschtick, Robert E. 56, 73,219 Hoelbl, Joyce D. 138 Hoelbl, Peggy Ann 110 Hoelzer, Marion F. 124, 186 Hoffberg, Terry Lee 118,236 Hoffenberg, Bruce J. 73 Hoffman, Barbara Ann 73 Hoffman, Connie Mari 138 Hoffman, David J. 74, 221 , 237 Hoffman, Diane Alana 74, 208 Hoffman, Lee Gregory 110,219 Hoffman, Kenneth Joe 74,219 Hoffmann, John H. 74 Hoffman, Richard D. 138 Hoffman, Susan Lynn 124 Hoffman, Teresa E. 124 Hoglund, William C. 74 Hohs, Mark Jerome 124 Hohs, Robert Allen 138,241 Hohs, Thomas Raymond 110 Hold, Arnold Joel 110 Hold, Darryl Guy 138 Holdmann, Fredrick C. 124 Holliday, Cynthia M. 124 Hollinger, David E. 138, 241 Hollinger, Robert W. 110 Holmblad, Barbara J. 138 Holmblad, William E. 124 Holmblad, Robert J. 220 Holmboe, Ann Stuart 124 Holstein, Alan L. 124,237 Holzer, Audrey Gay 138, 208 Homer, Jody Beth 124 Homer, William H. 124, 239 Hook, Penny 110 Horan, Marcia D. 40,110 Horn, Andrew D. 138 Horn, Gerald David 73, 74 Hornthal, James J. 118, 124 Horvat, John Raymond 110,238 Horvat, Jeanne Carol 74, 208 Horvat, Marilyn Anne 110 Horvat, Nancy Lynn 138 ,206 Horvitz, Jeffrey G. 124 Horwitz, Alan M. 74 Horwich, Andrea 124, 186 Horwitz, Diane Beth 124 Horwitz, Donald P. 110 Horwitz, Rickey Lynn 110 Hosfield, Lisa Diane 138 Hoshizaki, Douglas C. 240 Houndt, Herbert F. 74 Housakos, Paula 124 Howard, Larry S. 138, 239 Howard, Laurel Jean 124 Hsu, Andrew A. 74, 201 Hsu, Kenneth K. 110 , 201 Huber, Deborah Sue 110 Huber, James Jeffrey 138 Huber, Lawrence Dave 138 Hughes, Lynn Marie 138 Hulock, Lillian C. 110 Hulock, Mary Ann 74 Hultgren, Dan Carl 110 Husman, Debra Ann 70, 74 Huxhold, Larry 110 Hutchinson, David S. 138 Hymes, Helaine Penny 74 Hyosaka, Patricia L. 138 Idelman, George E. 124 Igasaki, David Keith 74, 201 Igasaki, Paul M. 138, 184 Iglarsh, Judy Naomi 138 Irpino, Karen E. 138 Isaacson, Allyson F. 132, 138 Isaacson, Barry W. 74, 180, 181,207 Isoe, Cynthia Ann 110 Iverson, Clifford 110 Iverson, Greg M. 124 Iverson, Jean Marie 110,195 Iverson, Loren Will 124 Iverson, Robert S. 138 Jackson, Andrew E. 138,221,237 Jackson, Charles C. 75,191,205,219 Jacobs, Bryan N. 75, 191 Jacobs, Caryn G. 124 Jacobs, Ellen Rae 110 Jacobs, Jeffrey S. 110 Jacobs, Richard M. 138 Jacobs, Marcee Lynn 75, 100 , 180 Jacobs, Susan Leslee 124 Jacobs, Terry Lynn 110 Jacobs, Valerie Lynn 75 Jacobs, Wayne 138 Jacobsen, Linda P. 75 Jacobsen, William R. 75 Jacobsen, Suzanne M. 138 Jaffe, David Mark 110 , 184,236 Jakubik, Gregory S. 75, 217,219 Janesku, John 75 Jankowski, Lillian L. 75 Jansson, Terri Lee 124 Jaremus, Ben Theodor 110 , 206, 240 Jaremus, Rolfe 75, 191, 240 Jariabka, Andrew J. 138 Jasin, Jan D. 124 Jennetten, David K. 124 Jensen, Jeffrey P. 124 Jensen, Susan Ann 110 Jeschke, Cathy Ann 75 Jeschke, Pamela Jean 124 Jess, Ronald Marvin 138 Johnsen, Mary Beth 75 Johnson, Adonna 75 Johnson, Bill A. 138 Johnson, Blair C. 138 Johnson, Clay 76 Johnson, Cullen B. 138, 206 Johnson, Donald D. 75 Johnson, Gregory L. 76 Johnson, Eric Craig 110 Johnson, Jacquelyn R. 124 Johnson, Joan Robyn 76 Johnson, Linda Ann 110 Johnson, Mark A. 132, 138, 193 Johnson, Mike 124 Johnson, Nancy E. 76, 138 Johnson, Nancy Jean 193 Johnson, Paul Brian 118, 124 Johnson, Paul E. 124, 197, 199, 226, 238 Johnson, Peggy Ann 76 Johnson, Scott 110,240 Johnson, Steven W. 138 Jones, Rhonda L. 138 Jorgenson, Joan M. 124 Joseph, Debra Diane 76 Joseph, Natalie Rose 110 , 195 Joseph, Rosemarie 124 Joseph, Sandra Ann 104,110 Jung, Douglas R. 76 Kacei, Steven Neal 138,205 Kachan, Mary Ann 124 Kacin, Donna Jo 124 Kaden, Pamela 124 Kahalnik, Garry K. 124 Kahan, James L. 70, 76 Kahn, Gary Allan 56, 76, 195, 206 Kalinsky, Jacqueline 124 Kalish, Barry Lee 124 Kalish, Marilyn 138 Kalish, Phyllis 76 Kalogris, Panorea 124 Kalodimos, George M. 124 Kamenear, Dyane G. 76 Kaminsky, Clifford L. 124,239 Kamm, Babette D. 110,210 Kamm, Robin James 138 Kamps, James H. 138 Kanavos, Peter G. 124 Kanter, Gary Scott 239 Kanter, Nancy F. 118,124 Kanter, Michael S. 110,219,236 Kanter, NatalieS. 138 Kaplan, David Allan 124,197 Kaplan, David Lee 76,197 Kaplan, Leslie Susan 110 Kaplan, Rochel 124 Kaplan, Susan M. 138 Kaplan, Wendy Ann 138, 188 Kapuscinski, James P. 124 Karachun, Rick M. 76 Karas, Christopher 110 Karkow, Linda D. 110 Karlin, Richard D. 76 Karlos, Stephanie 110 Karson, Leonard D. 124 Kasper, Christine E. 110 , 202 Kasper, Kenneth J. 124, 239 Kass, Allan Steven 124 Kasten, Wendy L. 76 Kaszniak, Gregory A. 110 Katsoulis, Peter C. 206 Katz, Alan Seymour 138 Katz, Alvin Charles 76,148, 149, 183, 196, 199,207 Katz, Debora Ellen 124 Katz, Richard Steven 124 Katz, Russell S. 124 Katznelson, Barry J. 76 Katznelson, Carol L. 110 Kaufer, Dean Charles 76 Kaufman, Karen S. 110 Kauffman, Ronald M. 77 Kauffman, Brenda 110 Kaufman, Merle Lee 77, 207, 208 Kaufman, Scott Jay 77 Keefe, Paul George 77,242 Keene, Murray J. 104, 110 , 195,229 Keeshin, Scott Avery 77,219 Keith, Wayne Scott 110 Kelley, Patricia Kay 138 Kellman, John Steven 138,239 Kellman, Pamela Beth 77 Kelly, Raymond V, 138, 221 Kelly, Robert A. 138, 235 Kempf, Judith Ann 138 Kenis, Cynthia Lee 124 Kenis, Jay Scott 110 , 184,191 Kenner, Barry Avrum 124 Kenney, Robert Jan 110,234 Keno, Dan Guy 138, 228 Keno, Edward Arthur 77 Keppen, Janet Elaine 110 Keppen, Patricia Ann 110 Kerman, Barbara E. 124 Kerman, Marc Steven 138,235 Kerman, Robert 231 Kern, Michael Robert 124 Kessel, Thomas J. 124 Kessler, Sheri Carol 110 Kiefel, Herbert W. 124,220 Kier, Marla Lynne 77 Kier, Steven Leslie 124,234 Kilian, Steve T. 110 Kimura, Eugenie 110 Kimura, Kathryn 77 Kimura, Teresa S. 77 Kinney, Sheila Ruth 135,138 Kirby, George W. 138,226,235 Kirste, Mark Arthur 138,221, 241 Kitchen, Andrea 77 Kite, Lori Jill 110 KHtaka, Craig S. 110 , 238, 239 Klatch, Elaine Phyll 77 Klauss, Russell P. 124, 220 Klebbe, Kathryn C. 138 Klein, Drew F. 77, 191,219 Klein, Katherine Mae 77 Klein, Leslie Joy 77 Klein, Renee Beth 138 Klein, Richard S. 110 , 199 Klein, Steve Richard 124 Kleinzweig, Fred C. 110 Klemens, Rosemarie 77 Klemens, Thomas J. 124 Klemm, Larry Richard 110 , 196 Klemptner, Lori Jo 138,193 Klemptner, Scott A. 124,226 Klinkman, Scott W. 44, 110 , 180, 181, 194, 207,226 Klint, Karilyn Jean 138 Klinsky, Keri Joy 124,193 Klini, Kristine M. 124,193,210 Klipowicz, Paul V. 124, 219,231, 234 Klos, Timothy John 110 Kluegel, Donna Jean 78 Kluge, Dawn Sue 118, 124 Klugman, Mark L. 78,202, 206 Knobloch, Bruce A. 124 Knoblock, Brent C. 124 Knochelmann, Kathy A. 110 Knudsne, Robert W. 45, 110,219,236 Koda, Douglas A. 110 Koda, Marcia Jean 138 Koenig, Perri Lee 124 Koepke, Susan M. 124 Koerner, Brian Jay 78 Koester, Lynne Marie 124, 193 Koeune, Michael A. 125 Koeune, Nicholas J. 78 Kohnen, Irene M. 110 Kohrman, Michael H. 138 Kolacki, Linda J. 110 Kohls, Gregory Allen 138 Kollath, Richard E. 138 Kolodny, Janis Lee 110 Kolodzik, Sandar D. 78 Kondratowicz, Steve 125 Konecki, Richard M. 110 Kontek, Michael P. 78 Kopinski, Robert F. 138,221,237 Kopinski, Catherine 125, 193,195, 208 Koplan, Harold Alan 110 Koplan, Jerry Steven 78 Koplon, Marc Alan 138,221 Kopp, Arthur William 78 Kopp, Gordon William 110,230, 231,232, 234 Kopp, Steven A. 138 Korajczyk, Robert A. 125,194 Koral, Leslie Ann 139 Korb, David Lyle 139 Korey, Faith 125 Korkes, David Robert 110 Korman, Arlene Carol 110 Korn, Peter Lawrence 125 Kornbluth, Lisa Gow 125 Kornel, Edward E. 78 258 Kornhauser, Sarita 110 Korrub, Lawrence W. 125, 239 Korrub, Leslie Joy 125 Kostel, Helen Linda 125 Kotlarczyk, Ann C. 125 Kouba, Eileen Marie 77 Kouba, William G. 125 Koulouzos, Georgia D. 139 Kouzes, Deborah C. 190 Kovnat, Carl Stephen 78 Kozak, Gary James 125,228 Kozloff, Denise C. 78 Kozokar, Craig E. 125 Kraig, Mark Scott 139 Krainski, Michael E. 78, 125 Krainski, Kathy L. 207 Kramer, Barbara G. 139 Kramer, Julie Ellen 125, 188 Kramer, Karen 139 Kramer, Robert C. 78, 191, 219 Kramer, Steven W. 123, 205 Krasner, Donny 78 Kraus, Robert R. 139 Krause, Pamela K. 125 Kravitz, Barbara B. 139 Kravitz, Carol L. 78 Krawetz, BruceS. 139 Kreegier, Richard E. 139,201, 206 Kreiter, Bari Fern 125 Kreiter, Julie 78,197 Kreiter, Marta Sue 105,125 Kriska, Nathan 78 Kristof, Thomas W. 79, 219 Krmick, Steven M. 139 Krolik, Jill Amy 139 Kromelow, Gary Brian 125 Kropp, Stephen Allen 139,221,237 Krueger, Marilyn J. 79 Krusen, Robert M. 125 Kuda, Steve George 125,220 Kuehn, Valerie Ann 79, 150, 151 Kuhl, Pamela Sue 139 Kuhn, Marilyn Joan 79 Kuhn, PhUlip F. 139, 205 Kurlan, Barbara E. 104 Kushner, Robert F. 104, 240, 241 Kwiecinski, Greg M. 221,237 Labay, Denise Mary 139 Labow, Howard B. 139, 228, 229 Lach, Donald Roman 125 Lahikainen, Sandra L. 79,208 Lain, Randall Jack 79,237 Lain, Raymond Scott 125,237 Lain, Richard Allen 125, 220 Laleian, Aida 139 Lambert, Felice Joy 132,139, 194 Lambert, James M. 125 Land, Susan 125 Landberg, Karl Henry 139 Lande, Robert Jay 56, 79 Landerholm, Susan J. 125, 188 Landerman, Cynthia A. 125 Landsman, Andrea L. 139 Lane, Bonnie Fay 139 Lang, Carl Robert 118, 125, 199 Lapaglia, James M. 79 Lapczynski, Michael 139 Lapins, Jeffrey Gary 79,219 Lapins, Scott M. 139,221 Larosa, Robert J. 125 Larson, Brenda Jean 139 Larson, Carol Lee 79 Larson, Jenny Lynn 125 Larson, Nancy Anne 125 Lash, Hal 79 Laskin, Sherry Kay 79 Lauders, Janis Lynn 125, 210 Lauer, Helen Sue 79 Laureys, Robert A. 139 Lavenda, Iris Merle 79, 182, 193 Lavenda, Stuart C. 125 Lawrence, Robert G. 80, 191, 240 Layfer, Barry Howard 125,197, 199 Lazarz, Gary 139 Leach, Richard Allen 125,234 Leader, Judith Ann 125, 184, 190 Leal, Scott D. 80 Leavitt, Anita 139 Leavitt, Bonnie Rae 80, 199 Leavitt, Brandon H. 56, 80,150, 151, 183, 1 Leavitt, Jody Kim 125 Leavitt, Leigh D. 80 Leavitt, Robin Lynn 139 Lebov, Hedy 80 Lebovhz, Ilene N. 80 Lees, Ellen Susan 80, 183, 199 Lefkovitz, Eddie 139 Leib, Gary David 139 Leibson, Barry Alan 139 Lein, Barbara 80 Lenell, Leslie 125 Leonard, Timothy J. 139, 241 Leonchik, Nancy Ann 125,197, 198 Lepp, Ellen Libeth 80 Leonida, Mark P. 139, 195, 226 Lerner, Jeffrey D. 125 Lerner, Suzanne Linn 80, 87,207 Lesser, Sue Ann 139 Levatino, Joseph 139 Levernier, David A. 125 Levey, Carol Lynne 80, 180, 181, 186, 199, 207 Levin, Mark Ira 80 Levin, Melvin Edw 80 Levin, Monica Gail 139 Levin, Rachel H. 139, 195 Levin, Rhonda M. 195,208 Levin, Sanford R. 139 Levin, Shelley 80 Levine, Barbara Lynn 139 Levine, Ilene Helen 195,210 Levine, Judy Lynn 125,190 Levine, Linda 118,125 Levine, Nancy Sue 118,125 Levine, Susan D. 80, 197,199, 207 Levinson, Rick Jay 118,125 Levinthal, Andrea H. 125, 186, 197 Levitan, Beth 80 Levitus, Robert A. 139, 184, 221 Levy, Michael Edward 125, 226,239 Lewis, Debra Lynn 125,199 Lewis, Kathy Ellen 125 Lewis, Linda Susan 80 Lewis, Marlene Ava 125 Lewison, Cynthia Ann 139,195 Lewison, Gary R. 139, 195, 239 Lewison, Murray Jay 81 Liametz, Jeffrey B. 139,241 Lianos, Georgine H. 139 Liberatori, Lynne I. 81 Lieberman, Ellen M. 199 Lieberman, Sheri 125 Liberman, Marla Beth 125 Lindahl, Richard S. 123,125 Lindberg, David Carl 125 Lindeman, Paul T. 125,205 Lindheimer, Lori J. 139 Lindheimer, Terry Jo 81 Linn, Scott Jay 81 Linn, Sherie Ann 125 Lipon, April Felice 139 Lippo, Bruce Leonard 81,191 Lipshutz, Hal Albert 139,221 Lipschultz, Randi M. 118, 125 Liskar, Nancy Sue 139,194 Lisman, Sharon Sue 125 Liss, Sharon Norene 125 Lrtke, James Allan 57, 80, 182,191 LHke, Kim Ellen 139 Litman, Roxanne 139 Little, Richard D. 125 Lloyd, Linda Marie 125 Loitz, Gary Steven 139 Loitz, Robert David 168 Lome, Sandra Ann 125 Lome, Steven W. 139 Loos, Carole Jeanne 81,193,210 Lorek, Janice Lee 139 Lorenz, Blake W. 139, 221, 235 Los, Mary Catherine 139 Lovelady, Walter D. 139 Loynd, Rhonda Mary 81 Lucas, Jamie Lee 139 Lucas, Larry Armen 81 Lucas, Linda Diane 81,207 Lucas, Peter 125 Luckenbach, Gary C. 81 Luecht, Kim Louise 139, 195 Lundie, Daniel John 125 Lundquist, Cole D. 81,231,232,233 Luskin, Roberta Lynn 125 Lustig, Dale 81, 206 Lustig, Michele Ruth 139,193 Lyman, Joan Colleen 132,139 Lytton, Richard N. 139 McAllister, Donald W. 125 McCloskey, Timothy J. 136 McCowan, Pamela 81,213 McCracken, Larry M. 139 McCullough, Steven 125,220 McEnerney, Denis J. 139,221 MacDonald, Gail Ann 139,193 MacDonald, Karen M. 125,193 McDonough, Maureen A. 125 McElfresh, Alice M. 185,207 McElfresh, Lloyd A. 125,186 McGuire, Kent B. 139,235 McLeod, Dennis James 83,202 McNulty, Michael J. 205 MacEwan, Guy Thomas 139 MacNider, Jon L. 125,226 MacHalinski, Michael 201,219 MacHalinski, Richard 139,221 Maciejewski, Kathy 82 Madden, James David 82,191 Mader, Richard Frank 82,191,219 Madziarek, James R. 105 Madziarek, Mariann J. 125 Magnus, Barbara L. 56, 83 Magnuson, Marcia J. 82 Mahler, Kurt 234 Majewski, Marjorie A. 125,210 Majewski, Nancy Lynn 82 Maltz, Harry Aaron 56, 82 Malz, Linda S. 125 Mandell, Jay Alan 125 Mandel, Lois Meta 125 Mandell, Phyllis Ann 82,182 Mann, David Wes 82,191,231,234 Mann, Douglas J. 82, 191 Mann, Ronald Bruce 104 Manor, Dawn Linda 139 Manor, Jeff Lee 82 Manski, Jonathan M. 139 Marciniak, Mary E. 126 Marcus, Sheri Lynn 82, 208 Marcus, Stephen E. 126 Marker, Terry David 234 Marmel, Janet Lynn 139 Marmel, Laurel Beth 82 Marmitt, Patricia E. 126 Marta, Kathleen M. 82 Martin, Susan E. 83 Martino, Nicholas W. 226 Martorano, Linda Ann 83 Martorano, Roselyn G. 49, 83, 193 Masaracchia, Deborah 139 Maslovitz, Bernard 83 Masters, Steven Scot 139,193 Matchen, John R. 139,221 Matzkin, Richard D. 126 Mail, Henry William 83 Mauer, Nancy Ann 139 Mauer, Patricia Ann 83 May, Martin Robert 139 May, Michael Edward 126 Mayer, William Cliff 83 Meadow, Pamela Joan 139 Medak, Susan Lee 118,126 Meier, Deborah Susan 208 Meiselman, Mickey S. 126 Meisner, Terry Alan 139 Mendelson, Marla Ann 126 Menke, Mary Alice 126 Mensinger, Paul B. 139, 221,237 Mertens, Richard V. 139 Mesirow, Linda Jo 83 Messer, Sherri L. 130 Messinger, Gary E. 130 Messink, Susan C. 126 Metrick, Bonnie R. 126, 195, 196, 199 Metts, Herbert E. 130 Meves, Dick Jay 126 Meyer, Janis Ann 83 Meyer, Marlene Eva 83 Meyer, Robert Lee 83, 126 Michels, Michelle M. 126 Midler, Nurit 126 Midler, Tova 84 Milin, Sandra Gail 130 Milioto, Gregory S. 83 Miller, Charles R. 234 Miller, Chris R. 236 Miller, Cynthia Lynn 126,202 Miller, Debra M. 115 Miller, Melanie J. 39, 130,154, 195 Miller, Robert C. 130 Miller, Susan Marie 130 Milstein, Mark H. 83 Minx, Peter E. 126 Mion, Shirley Nancy 130 Mirsky, Marc Stewart 72, 83, 230,231, 232, 233 Missner, Susan Lee 126 Mitchell, August G. 126,220 Mitchell, Diane L. 130 Mitchell, Mike Terry 130,221 Mitchell, Wendi Jo 104 Mitchell, Kathleen B. 126 Mitchell, J. Louis 84 Mitsui, Sandra T. 130 Mits, Millieent 83 Mitz, William M. 126,219, 237 Moeller, Larry E. 126, 193 Moeller, Linda 130 Moennig, April Dawn 130 Molina, Roger Paul 130 Monitz, Robert S. 130 Moore, David Klinge 119, 126,239 Moore, James K. 83 Moore, Donna Marie 130 Morgan, Bonnie Jean 130 Morris, Murray E. 130 Morrison, Gary E. 130,241 Morrison, Robert M. 130 Moser, Kirk John 84, 91,240 Moshinsky, Lori E. 195 Moskowitz, Larry Jay 126,220 Moss, Phyllis Diane 130 Mossong, Janice Anne 126 Motenko, Gail Lynn 84, 126 Moy, Paul Hong 130 Mroz, Michael F. 206 Mrozek, Catherine M. 130 Mrozek, Cynthia M. 207 Mueller, Barry Lee 126,-234 Mueller, Debbie Jean 130 Mueller, Dorothea E. 126 Mueller, Cynthia Lee 126 Mueller, Gayle Diane 84 Mueller, Gail Ann 126 Mueller, Nancy Lynn 126 Multan, Richard H. 126 Mura, David Alan 84,231 Murphy, Joanne E. 195 Murray, Mike 241 Musikantow, Robert A. 84 Mustard, Maisie Ruth 84,213 Muth, Debra Maria 84, 146, 190 Myles, Mary Kay 84, 208 Myrent, Mark 84,236 Nachbauer, Fred L. 65 Nabolotny, Michael J. 118,219,234 Nachbauer, Kathleen 84 Nagelberg, Alan K. 127 Nagelberg, Linda Joy 84 Nakashima, Carole T. 84, 130 Nagel, Alan Steven 84 Nakashima, Cathy Y. 208 Nariss, Janine N. 127 Nakanishi, Dennis A. 127 259 Nakanishi, Vicki J. 130 Nassey, Beverly Lynn 127 Nassey, Mary C. 84 Nast, Judith Ann 84 Nehart, William J. 84,127 Neiberg, Howard Mark 130, 221 Neiberg, Laura 130,193 Neiberg, Susan Ruth 85 Nelson, Craig Lance 130,241 Nelson, Denise A. 85 Nelson, John Jeff 127 Nelson, Kristine C. 85 Nelson, Merry Violet 130 Nelson, Mitchell S. 85, 191,219 Nelson, Roberta M. 56, 85 Nemanich, Warren J. 127, 220, 237 Nesselson, Debra H. 127 Netzky, Wendy H. 130 Neuhauser, Judith C. 197 Neuman, Bette Anne 85 Neuman, Mark Harold 130 Newman, Leslie Hope 127 Newman, Lynn Paula 127 Newman, Mark Alan 219 Newmark, Edward P. 130 Newton, Richard F. 85, 157 Nianick, Lon 130 Nichols Cheryl E. 85 Nickols, Cleopatra P. 85 Nicholson, Stanley S. 127 Nied, Tom Pat 205 Niesman, Michael Art 127, 220 Nietschmann, Dan A. 85 Nietschmann, Donna D. 130 Niles, Joann Rae 150,151 Niles, Lauretta A. 85,210 Niles, Steven Edward 130,241 Niman, Hollis Sue 130,132, 185 Nishimura, Cary T. 130,202 Nishimura, Janice F. 193 Nitsche, Reed Alan 127, 220, 239 Nizynski, Monica 127 Noga, Denise Darlene 85 Noga, Kathy Eileen 130 Norberg, Michael 130, 193,239 Nordin, Diane Lynne 127 Nordin, Robert E. 75 Nordin, Ronald A. 130, 239 Norman, William M. 85, 219 Nortell, Nancy Ann 85 North, Debbie Kim 130 Norum, Gloria T. 85 Norum, Timothy W. 130 Noto, Joseph James 85 Novoselsky, Ira C. 127 Novoselsky, Roberta 86 Novotny, Judith Patr 86 Nowicki, John Henry 127,237 Nudel, Barry 86, 185 Nudel, Sheryl 130 Nudelman, Andrea B. 86 Nudelman, Marcia Sue 127 Numrich, Nancy Ann 130 Nutting, Ron Dell 130, 193, 221, 239 Nyberg, Michael Alan 86, 197 Nykolayko, James A. 86 Oberlander, Cathy E. 130 Oberlander, Joab 86 Oberrotman, Mark L. 130, 235 Obrand, Janice Lynn 127, 195 Obrien, Brian F. 127 Obrien, John Francis 130 Obrochta, Cary J. 127 Obrochta, Stephen P. 130 Ocallaghan, Mark J. 141, 237 Ocallaghan, Michael 127,221 Ochonicki, Randall T. 127 Officer, Regina C. 104 Ohara Barbara Ann 127 Ohlson, Kathie Ann 141 Olsberg, Phillip Edw 86 Olsen, Lynnet Mae 86 Olson, Karen Lee 141 CHson, Leonard C. 127 Olson, Leslie Pat 127 Olson, Ronald Paul 127 Omalley, John Kurt 141, 221 Opalka, Nancy Lee 127 Orlove, Laurie Sue 86 Oroark, Michael C. 141,221 Oroni, Thomas Albert 141 Ortery, Kevin Joseph 141 Oscar son, Nancy L. 141 Osijchuk, Peter John 86 Osmolak, Gale Rose 86 Ostergaard, Russel T. 141, 221, 235 Ostrowski, Reid K. 127 Otto, Gail Lou 127 Ovington, Richard E. 127,241 Pabst, Pegie Lee 86 Paciorek, Carol Ann 86 Paddor, Richard S. 197, 199 Paddor, Robert Eliot 197, 199 Pagni, Larry Peter 87 Pagni, Lucy Frances 141, 193 Pakier, Lois 127 Palm, Donna Regina 118, 127 Palm, Roy Gilbert 87 Panagiotaros, Cynthi 127 Panico, Marie A. 87 Panik, Paul 141,221 Pantelakis, Penny F. 87 Papciak, Janice K. 208 Papciak, Nancy Ann 141,208 Pappas, Ernest Sam 87 Pappas, Kathleen 33,127 Parge, Theodore C. 127 Parker, Barbara 87 Parks, Laura Joan 127 Partington, Donna L. 141 Partington, Ronald 87 Pasek, Lynette Marie 128 Pash, Deborah Sue 141 Passett, Douglas S. 141 Patino, Michele Joan 87 Patterson, William K. 87, 191, 193, 238 Pavia, Patrick M. 141 Pavlik, Gary Edward 141 Pearson, Peggy J. 87 Pecho, Mark Anthony 141 Peck, Richard A. 128,220 Peller, Robin Janet 208 Pelzer, Gary Eugene 87 Penn, Daryl 128 Perlman, Joellyn B. 104,208 Perlman, Marita Lynn 128 Perlman, Susan R. 128 Perlow, Mark Alan 128,220, 237 Persino, Marie Elise 128 Pertt, Lynne R. 128, 194 Pertt, Dana C. 87 Perz, Douglas Gary 219,240 Perz, Scott Nelson 191,219.236 Petella, John C. 128 Peters, Joanne Ruth 195 Petersen, Esther K. 87 Peterson, Dorothy L. 141 Peterson, James W. 87 Peterson, Karen C. 128 Peterson, Louise G. 87 Peterson, Lydia Ann 128 Peterson, Roger C. 128, 220, 241 Peterson, William M. 128 Petroske, Janice L. 128 Petroske, Wayne W. 128 Pettinato, Robert 128,141 Peven, Jerry M. 141 Philbin, Carol Ann 132,141 Phillips, Patricia L. 132, 141, 193 Phillips, William P. 87 Pick, Robert Michael 141,201 Pick, Steven 141 Pierson, P. 208 Pindras, Mary Beth 141 Pines, Bonnie Joy 88, 89, 180, 181, 185, 207 Pines, Debbie Sue 141 Pinkert, Marvin D. 88, 206 Piontek, Kenneth E. 141 Piwko, Gary Stephen 128 Pizzolato, James J. 237 Pizzolato, Robert J. 141 Platt, Lewis Steven 104 Plice, Nancy Marie 210 Plotnick, Bennett H. 128 Plotnick, Richard J. 88 Pogofsky, Scott H. 88, 191, 240 Podgorniak, Raymond 128 Pokvitis, David Zeno 141 Pokvitis, Lynda 88 Polon, James M. 88, 191 Polin, Lori S. 141 Polon, Lori Jill 88 Pollack, Alan 141 Pollack, Jerilynn 128 Pollack, Lynne Susan 128 Polone, Susan R. 128 Pomper, Sheree 141 Ponski, Zozislaw 128, 237 Porazinski, Louise L. 88 Porcaro, Pamela Ann 128, 190 Portugal, Mitchell T. 88 Portugal, Nancy Jean 128 Porzel, Debra Ann 128,190 Potash, Debra Lynn 141 Potempa, Michael F. 128 Poticha, Ronald W. 141,235 PotokeT, Michael Ira 122,128,184,220 Potter, Alene Rose 132,141 Press, Jill Debra 88 Preston, Susan Ellen 132,141,210 Prielozny, Roberta A. 141,195, 199, 208 Priess, Janet Lynn 128,196 Priola, Kim Mari 141 Prim, John Richard 219, 240 Privatsky, James E. 141 Privatsky, Mary Lynn 88 Pritikin, Dore Ellen 88 Provost, William J. 128 Puetz, John Charles 141 Putterman, Alan S. 141 Putterman, Lawrence 72, 88, 191 Pyshos, Diane N. 88 Quatrochi, Josephine 208 Quinn, Ellen 210 Quinn, William James 113 Quirk, Patricia Ann 128 Quist, John M. 89, 193 Quist, Mary Ruth 141,193 Rabin, Jill 141 Rabin, Steven Arthur 141 Rabinowitz, Mark A. 128 Radermacher, Joseph 128 Radum, Dean Allan 128 Raffel, Elaine A. 118, 128 Rainero, Steve D. 128 Rapaport, Barry Alan 89, 128 Rask, A. Dahl 132,141,193,241 Raymond, Barbara J. 128 Raymond, Donald Carl 128, 241 Raynes, Joel Howard 89 Razka, Gregory A. 128 Razka, Rosemary S. 141 Reade, Renee 128 Reading, Katherine A. 89 Reading, Loretta Ann 89 Redinger, Steven A. 89 Reed, Jerry James 89 Regner, Cynthia Fran 128 Regula, Gayle Ann 89, 199 Reicherts, Nancy L. 89 Reicherts, Wendy J. 128 Reifenberg, James M. 128 Reifenberg, Janis M. 141 Reifenberg, John Rob 89, 176 Reinhard, Joanne L. 141 Rekas, Peter C. 142 Repke, Dale Michael 142 Resnick, Sheryl Rae 128 Riback, Darcy Lauren 128, 190 Riccio, Thomas F. 142, 221 Richards, Wayne 142,221 Richman, Jay Alan 142 Ridley, Timothy M. 142, 184, 221,235 Ridenhower, Adrienne 202 Rifkin, Scott Harlan 89 Riha, Robert David 128 Riley, Kathy 89 260 Riveron, Ricardo 142, 197 Roark, Katherine L. 89 Roberto, Michael 128 Robbins, Lawrence D. 128,201, 206 Roberto, John Peter 220,229 Roberts, Jeffrey A. 90,228 Robinson, Jeri Lee 196 Robinson, Norene Zel 207 Rochell, Nancy C. 180, 181, 190, 194,207 Rock, Larry J. 128 Rode, Scott Allen 128 Rodnick, Marla Gail 128 Rodriguez, Ricardo A. 128,241 Rofkind, Harry H. 142 Rofkind, J. Lee 128 Rogina, Mary 90, 186, 198 Rogow, Lisa 142 Rohde, William N. 89 Roland, Cynthia L. 190 Roland, Jim 142, 241 Rolla, Donna Sue 90 Roller, Karen Lee 142 Rolicht, Ron 128 Romen, G. Marilyn 90, 199 Roos, Sharon Lee 195 Roos, Susan Gail 142, 199 Roscop, Chris Anna 128 Rosen, Andrea Sue 90 Rosen, Audrey Anne 90, 193 Rosen, Barry Stuart 90, 146, 147,191, 236 Rosen, Debra Sue 142 Rosen, Roberta Jeryl 128 Rosen, Ronnie Glenn 142,221 Rosen, Sherry Lynn 132, 142 Rosenberg, Annlee 90 Rosenberg, Gary E. 90 Rosenberg, James R. 128 Rosenberg, Mark S. 128, 168,183 Rosenberg, Richard N. 128 Rosenberg, Steven G. 142,206 Rosenberg, Stuart J. 90,228,229 Rosenbloom, Sue Beth 90 Rosengarden, Jeff D. 142 Rosengarden, Pamela 128, 193 Rosengren, Robert A. 90 Rosenkranz, Thomas G. 128 Rosenthal, Arnold N. 90 Rosenthal, Diane L. 91 Rosenthal, Jill S. 91 Rosenthal, Shelia 91 Rosienski, Terrence 128 Rosin, Dale Gilbert 151 Ross, Eugene 91 Ross, Michael L. 234 Rossi, Jack Danial 91,191, 219 Rossi, Jean Marie 91 Rossmann, Denise L. 142 Rossmann, Kathy L. 128 Roth, David Michael 114 Rotheiser, Arlene D. 142 Rothman, Gordon Lee 142, 186 Rothman, Mark Alan 128 Rovell, Helayne R. 128 Rowell, Richard R. 91, 199 Rowen, Arnold Jay 128, 204, 206 Rozmin, Stanley Roy 128 Rozek, John 142 Rubel, Kenneth Lewis 128, 199 Rubenstein, Norman L. 142 Rubert, Bonnie Lou 114, 182, 197, 199, 207 Rubin, Alan David 142 Rubin, Beth Jessica 91 Rubenstein, Charlotte 91 Rubin, Donna 128 Rubin, Janice Rose 142 Rubin, Mark Richard 128, 195 Rubin, Rhonda Fern 91 Rubin, Robert 142 Rubin, Steven Lee 128 Rubenstein, Kenneth 128 Rubenstein, Marsha 114 Rubinstein, Robert J. 128 Rubnich, Pamela S. 114 Rugen, Diane Rita 128,193 Rukin, Gary Steven 128 Ruley, Richard C. 221 Ruppert, Thomas J. 128, 239 Rush, Cynthia Ann 114 Ruskin, Peter S. 142 Rush, Maureen, K. 114,207 Rutgard, Jeffrey Jay 91 Ryan, Robert Francis 128 Ryan, Walter E. 114 Saber, Glenn A. 128 Saber, Kenneth L. 114 Sachnoff, Pamela G. 128 Sacks, David 142,226 Sacks, Debra Jody 91 Sackrison, Mark R. 114 Sadacca, Teri R. 114 Sadur, Rochelle 91,193 Sacks, Bonnie L. 128 Sager, Judd B. 114,155 Saidel, Fran Wendy 142 Sakas, Constance M. 114 Sakas, Peter Steven 91,191,219,236 Sakas, William Steve 142,221,237 Saletko, Harriett M. 128 Salinger, Michael H. 142 Sail, Robert K. 142,221,235 Salts berg, Linda Joy 142 Saltz, Laurie Joy 142, 210 Saltz, Steven Allen 91,236 Saltzman, Mark Alan 128 Salzman, Anita H. 128, 184, 199, 208 Salzman, Janet Lynne 114,207 Sanchez, Fred R. 142,237 Samatas, James 114 Sandlow, Marjorie E. 118,128 Sandroff, Ann Merle 91 Sapstein, Barbara J. 91 Sapstein, Marcia C. 114 Scahill, Bernard J. 114 Schalz, Bernadette R. 114 Sc halier, Robert E. 92, 155, 197, 199 Schalz, Madeline J. 129 Schaffer, Suzanne 142,184,193, 197 Schaller, James T. 142 Schatzman, Ken M. 142,241 Schatzman, Lynn Ivy 92,165,182,207 Schechter, Andrea 114 Schechter, Paul H. 114 Scheff, Harvey M. 132,142, 197, 204, 205 Scherer, Mark E. 114 Schiffman, David M. 114,197, 201, 202 Schillaci, Joseph A. 142 Schiller, Beth Lynn 92 Schiller, Jeanne Joy 129,154 Schiller, Laura Ruth 129 Schiller, Louise A. 142 Schimel, John Scott 129 Schlag, Christine T. 92 Schlag, Donna Lynn 129 Schlag, Teri Ann 142 Schlan, Jill Andrea 142 Schlegel, Erika 114 Schlesinger, Lori 142, 186 Schlesinger, Lynda 142,186 Schlitter, Tom M. 91 Schlivka, Leo 114 Schmidt, Bonnie Elyn 114 Schmidt, Donald Paul 129 Schmidt, Ivy Robin 142 Schmidt, Mary Lynn A. 114 Schneider, Andrea L. 129 Schneider, Ann Marie 142 Schneider, Barbara F. 142, 193 Schneider, Carol B. 132,142 Schneider, Gregg D. 92, 236 Schneider, Joanne N. 104,114 Schneider, Larry 118 Schneider, Renee H. 47,129, 180, 181, 195 Schodin, Guri Gay 142 Schodin, Philip Lee 114 Schrader, Eleanor L. 142 Schrader, Rose E. 129 Schramek, Jeffrey A. 114 Schrantz, Alan M. 114,219 Schreiber, Frank 129 Schreiber, Michael D. 118, 129,220 Schroeder, Denise R. 92, 150,151 Schroeder, Gary W. 92 Schroeder, Timothy R. 92, 196 Schulz, Marilyn P. 114, 196 Schulz, Susanne 142, 195 Schur, Debbie 142 Schur, Ronald 114 Schusteff, Debbie A. 143 Schuster, John Stein 114 Schwartz, Ellen Hope 143 Schwartz, Howard N. 129 Schwartz, Jackie 114 Schwartz, Lauren S. 129 Schwartz, Marilyn E. 114 Schwartz, Robin Sue 143 Schwartz, Robert 129,241 Schwartz, Sharon P. 143 Schwartz, Steven Jay 143,241 Schwartz, Susan Kay 143 Schwartz, Michael L. 92 Schwartz, Richard P. 92 Schwartz, Steven 92 Schwarz, Steven A. 114 Schwartz, Stuart A. 92 Schwartz, Tony H. 92 Schwebel, Linda Ann 92 Scipione, Anthony 143, 241 Scipione, Gary Lee 129 Scobee, Ricky Hall 92 Scott, John Thomas 114 Searle, John Joseph 129,220 Sears, Joseph W. 143,239 Searle, Roseann M. 114 Sebastiano, William 114 Sedloff, Susan 114, 199 Segal, Gayle Lynn 114,208 Segal, Martin 92 Segal, Susan Reah 92, 148, 149, 180, 199 Segal, Sherry Beth 114 Segal, Wendy Joan 143 Seidel, Ava Faith 93,199 Seidman, Terri Ann 93 Seifert, Ronald C. 143 Selin, Audrey E. 56, 93 Semar, Christine J. 143,188 Semar, Scott William 114,191,234 Semiloff, Diane 93 Senensky, Dale 143, 196,221 Senensky,Jay 93 Senoff, Susan Joy 129 Servos, Robert A. 132,143 Servos, Andria Beth 82, 93, 184 Servos, Marissa A. 114, 190 Settler, Charlene 114 Settler, Steven 93 Shakespeare, W. 186 Shall, Arlene D. 129 Shall, Roberta Lynn 93 Shalowitz, Joel Ira 114, 206, 219 Shandelson, Marla B. 93,190, 194 Shapiro, Deborah S. 93 Shapiro, Ilene E. 114 Shapiro, James 114 Shapiro, Rick Scott 93 Shaprio, Richard L. 114 Shapiro, Susan Wendy 143,193 Share, Steven Ralph 93,193 Shattow, Michael 56, 93, 185, 197,201, 206 212,213 Shattow, Steven M. 202 Shaw, Nancy Pam 143 Shechter, Floyd 129 Shcchter, Richard L. 114 Sheehan, Timothy P. 143,235 Shefren, Marcie Lynn 93 Shelton, Gina Jo 129 Shenk, Doug Alan 93 Shepard, Herbert R. 114 Shepard, Robert Dale 129 Sher, Cindy Lynn 93 Sherbin, Donna Susan 93 Sherey, Arnold Irwin 129 Sheridan, Wayne M. 115 Sherman, Alison 115 Sherman, Andrea B. 94 Sherman, Hollis L. 129 Sherman, James A. 129,150,151, 207 Sherman, Susan Lynn 115 Sherwood, Ditte 115 Shimp, Michael T. 129 Shiner, Marcy Lynn 60, 94 Shires, David Scott 129 Shocket, Kathy 143 Shoemaker, Karen M. 115 Sholder, Marcy E. 115 Sholder, Susie 132, 143 Shore, Mitchell H. 129,220 Shore, Rhonda Sue 129 Shore, Scott Harold 94,217,219,240 Shoub, Audrey Lynn 115 Shoub, DebbieS. 143 Shulman, Lori Ann 115 Shumate, Monroe W. 104,115,116,193,205 Sichau, Gale J. 129 Sichau, Susan J. 94 Siedband, Gary Ira 115 Siegal, Allan Jay 94 Siegel, Gail Louise 143 Siegel, Heidi Robin 143 Siegelman, Lorri J. 115 Sierzega, EdwardS. 115 Sierzega, Ronald J. 94,201 Sierzega, Susan E. 129 Siet, Steven A. 129 Sievers, Carolyn M. 143 Sigel, CraigS. 94 Sigman, Marla 129 Sikevitz, Sharon L. 129,210 Silbert, Sari Fran 143 Silberstein, Deborah 94 Silensky, Jennifer C. 115 Silensky, Judith 143, 193 Silver, Betty Ita 129 Silver, Jay Howard 115 Silver, Marcy Dale 94 Silver, Paula Susan 129 Silverberg, Linda S. 143 Silverman, Dan E. 143 Silverman, Wayne D. 56, 94,201 Silverman, Harry M. 129 Silverman, Sherri 94 Silverstein, Stuart 129 Silvert, Donald Jay 115, 146, 147, 184 Simmons, Candice M. 129, 208 Simms, Polly C. 129 Simon, Gary Scott 143,186 Simon, Joanne Gail 143 Simon, Marc J. 94 Simon, Randy Lee 129 Simonetti, Karen L. 129 Simons, Howard L. 115, 168 Simons, Linda H. 94, 186, 198 Simonsen, Lynne Ann 115 Singer, Phillip A. 94, 183,207 Sisto, Gus 129,237 Skalski, Christine A. 95, 198 Skalski, Mark Jan 129,239 Skelnik, Debra Lynn 129 Sklansky, David 95 Skipton, David B. 95 Skipton, Richard P. 143 Skogsbakken, Ruth E. 115, 208 Slater, Judith Ilene 95 Sloan, Abigail B. 115 Sloan, Jacqueline 143 Sloan, Michael 228 Sloan, Pamela Marie 95 Slossy, Michael 95 Smedberg, Paul Jay 40, 129,201 Smith, Alan M. 95,195, 206 Smith, Andrew Noah 143,239 Smith, Betsy A. 129 Smith, Carolyn Merle 143 Smith, Frank James 129 Smith, Kim Ann 143 Smith, Philip M. 143,221,237 Smith, Robert 143, 221 Smith, Thomas P. 95 Smith, Valerie D. 95 Smith, Wendy Sue 132,143 Smolenski, Mary K. 132, 143 Smoller, Susan Diane 115 Smoller, Stuart L. 129,130 Snyder, Larry Steven 130,220 Sobel, Elizabeth J. 115 Sobol, Jean Karen 95, 193,208 Sobol, Joan Carol 95, 193 Sobol, Mary C. 143 Solano, Roselyn 129 Solecki, Greg J. 143 Solecki, Mary L. 95,208 Solomon, Bruce 129 Solomon, Howard Lee 129 Solomon, Jacqueline 143 Solomon,, Marshall D. 95,202,205 Sorensen, Gene Joann 143,193,210 Sorensen, Gerry Jon 95,191,193, 238 Sorensen, Susan Lynn 143 Sorensen, Walter R. 115 Sorrels, Rita Diane 129 Sortal, Mary Anne 115 Sortal, Patricia Sue 95 Soskin, Rollin J. 115,191 Sootherland, S. 208 Spagnoli, William R. 129 Spear, Linda Sue 95 Spear, Stephen Lee 129 Spears, Susan Bonnie 129 Spector, Robert B. 143 Spector, Steve Lee 143,226,227 Spedale, Mary Lou 96 Spencer, Janis Lynne 129, 196 Spencer, Noreen K. 129 Sperry, Frank 143 Sperry, Gail Ann R. 115,208 Spielman, Janet Lee 129 Spieiman, Linda S. 144 Spielman, Rich Bruce 129 Spiers, Michael Alan 115 Spies, Teri J. 115 Spiezer, David Ira 96 Spina, John J. 129 Spina, Michael G. 144,241 Spitz, Jeffrey David 144 Spitz, Deborah Susan 96 Spitzer, Sandra Lynn 129 Spitzer, Susan Rae 115, 148, 149, 188 Springborn, D. 210 Springborn, Paul W. 96, 144, 191, 202, 236 Springer, Annette L. 129 Springer, David E. 96 Spiwak, LaurenceS. 115 Sporleder, Bruce 144 Spray, John Frank 144, 193,239 Sroka, John 96 Staackmann, Peter H. 144,235 Stackler, Lisa Faye 144 Stacy, Mark Thomas 129 Stanko, Nancy Mae 144,210 Stankowicz, Sharon M. 129 Stark, Susan 115 Staackmann, Kathleen 96, 193 Staar, Debbie Denise 115 Starr, Alan Lee 144,201 Starr, Letta Hope 129 Starkman, Michael 115,154, 186, 197 Stauber, Steven H. 96,193 Stearns, Mark F. 129 Stecker, Pamea Jean 115 Steffen, Jas 115,219 Steffen, Joanne 129 Steffen, Lyanne L. 129 Steiger, Elizabeth A. 129 Steiger, L. 210 Stein, Beth Janet 115 Stein, Cheryl B. 115 Stein, Debra Susan 129 Stein, Nat M. 144 Stein, Philip Lee 115,201 Stein, Rhonda Elaine 115 Stein, Stephen Ricky 96, 191 Steinberg, Earl P. 96, 184,243 Steinberg, Sheryl R. 144 Steiner, Joel D. 235 Steinert, Jan 96 261 Steinlauf, Larry B. 219 Stelzer, Jane B. 144 Stelzer, Nathan Leo 115 Steklof, Ann Beth 9t Stern, Linda Lee 115 Sternquist, Arlene R. 129 Stevens, Robert D. 96 Stevens, Sandra L. 96 Stevens, W. Clark 241 Stielow, Barbara A. 97 Stielow, Janet 144 Stielow, Mark Wm. 129, 219, 220 Stille, Kurt Jeffrey 97,219 Stohle, Richard H. 144,221,235 Stoklosa, Nanette L. 115 Stolar, Donna Faye 115 Stoklosa, Suzette M. 97 Stolar, Maureen W. 144 Stolberg, Jeffery B. 129 Stone, Carol Ann 97 Stone, Larry Stuart 118, 129,201, 206 Stone, Linda Jo 144 Stone, Marilyn Jean 118, 129 Stone, Nancy R. 129 Storm, Allan Dale 144,239 Storm, Lynne E. 97 Stral, Lee Philip 97, 199 Strauss, Beth Terry 129,195 Strauss, Susan Janis 48, 129 Strehl, Gunther 115 Strehlow, Scott Alan 144 Streich, Lynnette M. 97 Streicher, Michael 38,129 Streicher, Paul D. 97 Stremke, Terrilynn 97 Strobel, Bradley A. 97 Strub, Margaret Beth 144, 184 Strub, Michael David 115 Strzelecki, Danette 144 Stucka, Barbara D. 144 Stucka, Gary Martin 115 Suane, Stephanie L. 129 Sudow, Thomas N. 115, 201 Sullivan, Curtis M. 115 Sumner, Andrea Sue 144 Sussman, Deborah S. 144,193 Sussman, Michael D. 115 Sutfin, Mary Anne 130 Sutherland, Sharon J. 130, 195 Swanke, Fred James 130,220 Swanson, Joe Henry 144, 239 Swock, David F. 97 Swock, Patrice M. 132, 144 Szczepanski, Judith 115 Szczepanski, Richard 144 Szelag, Cathy Ann 144 Szuberla, Cathy Ann 97 Szuberla, Charles A. 115,219 Szymanski, Patricia 130 Tabloff, Carol Lynn 97 Taich, Susan Gail 104,116 Talent, Rhonda Sue 116 Talman, Mauree Jan 130,196 Tamraz, Jeanne C. 116 Tanaka, Jerry Akira 73, 97 Tanaka, Thomas James 130 Tapper, Randy Howard 219 Taradash, Evelyn G. 144 Taradash, Joyce M. 98 Tar ant, Doreen Kay 144 Tarczynski, Mark C. 144,239 Tarica, Perry Joseph 144 Tark, Mark Steven 98 Tarshis, Gene N. 98, 196 Tarrant, Robert F. 144 Tarrson, Donna Lynn 144 Tarshis, Linda A. 144 Tash, Donald Neal 98, 148, 149 Tash, Elisa Debra 144, 193 Tash, Max David 130,220 Tash, Sharan Ilene 98 Taylor, Glen Robert 144 Taxman, Marcee Ann 130 Teacherson, Chris M. 98 Tegert, William John 221 Teichner, Marlene H. 130 Tell, James Thomas 130,220 Tell, Kathleen Marie 98, 193 Tenzillo, James Mike 116 Terdich, Joseph G. 130 Teran, Y vonne 98, 212 Terlap, Bill 144 Terlap, Renee E. 144 Tesluk, Ronald James 116 Tesnow, Carol Jean 116 Thiede, Nancy Lou 116 Thoma, Linda Ann 144 Thoma, Martin Fred 98 Thompson, Roy W. 116, 193,205 Thorek, Phyllis 56, 98, 122, 180, 182, 186 Thorne, Thomas 130,234 Thornton, James A. 130,220,234 Thornton, Robert G. 144, 235 Tilkin, Steven Lee 116 Tiltz, David Richard 144 Tiltz, Steven C. 98, 191 Timmer, Susan Lynn 116 Tinetti, John Mark 98 Tobiansky, Bruce D. 130 Tobiansky, Robert A. 98 Tobias, Wendy Arden 130 Tolchin, Sheryl 116 Tommins, Susan L. 98 Topczewski, Stephen 98, 130 Topel, Barbara Sue 116,208 Topol, Bruce Michael 144, 184,221,244 Toporek, Esther Anne 116 Torp, Timothy Craig 98, 204 Toth, Arlene Esther 144 Tovell, Patricia E. 116,208 Tralmer, Joseph Mark 130 Tralmer, Kathleen S. 144 Tranter, Sharon Ann 144 Tranter, Steven A. 98 Treiber, Ron Lee 98 Trester, Fredric W. 130,241 Trevor, Felicia G. 144 Tripi, Kenneth James 144 Tripicchio, Frank C. 116 Tripicchio, Joanne C. 144 Tripicchio, Thomas A. 99 Tripp, Edward C. 130, 220 Tritschler, JohnC. 116,219,234 Trivisonno, James G. 118,130 Trojan, Michael 99 Trossman, Mindy Sue 130, 188 Trossman, Rene 116 Trozzo, Jim Anthony 144 Truesdale, Nancy J. 56, 99, 195,199 Turbin, Marsha Ellen 130 Turton, Eric Rolfe 130,220,237 Unger, Jeffrey Scott 130 Ungerleider, Barbara 130 Unrath, Karen Sue 116 Unverricht, Kurt W. 130,234 Valenziano, Keith P. 130 Varon, Rhonda 99 Vaughn, Patricia M. 99 Vaughn, Virginia M. 144 Velen, Barbara Dee 116 Ventrella, Marie G. 99 Verany, Dennis Scott 130 Ventrello, Patricia 99 Vinci, Debra Ann 93, 130,210 Voderlinden, Donna 99, 193 Voedisch, Lynn A. 130, 186 Vorpagel, Jaclyn Jo 116 Vuksan, Branka 116 Wadsworth, Robert 144 Wagman, Sandra Dee 130, 182 Wagner, Anthony M. 144 Wahlburg, Burton Lee 116,204 Wald, Steven Scott 130 Waldin, Susan Marie 145 Wales, Ellen Ruth 145 Wallach, Michael G. 99 Wallach, Robyn Anne 145,210 Wallace, Susan E. 116 Wallace, Vernette M. 99 Walovitch, Richard C. 130 Walsh, Timothy V. 145,221 Walters, Vicki Lynne 130 Walthers, Nadia Joan 116 Walthers, Roxanne M. 145 Wamsley, Robert B. 145 Wandberg, Earl 145 Warchon, Barb 145 Warady, Lisa Marlene 130,210 Ward, Susan Kay 99 Wargo, Kathleen M. 99 Warman, Robin Sheryl 99 Wargo, Mary Louise 116 Warman, Robertt Evan 221 Warner, Susan Marie 116 Warren, Ronald Alan 116 Warshawsky, Sharon E. 99 Wassermann, Lori Lee 116 Watterlohn, Vincent 130 Watts, Richard M. 130,220 Wax, Marcy Lynn 145 Wax, Mark Alan 99 Weber, Carol Lynn 130 Weber, Patricia Ann 116,184,208 Wegrzyn, James E. 145 Wehrmacher, John R. 130, 237 Weibel, Sandra Marie 99 Weidberg, Linda C. 145 Weidinger, Beverly E. 130 Weil, Sandra M. 130 Weidberg, Terry Alan 99, 148, 149, 188 Weidling, Mark C. 116 Weil, Candice Diana 100 Weil, Scott David 100,168,226,231 Weil, Vicki Renee 145, 195, 197 Weimer, Raymond P. 100, 191,226 Weinger, Mitchell J. 100 Weinstein, GreggS. 130,180, 181 Weir, Carol Sue 100, 148, 149, 150,151,190 Weiser, Michael Lee 100,191,231,234 Weiser, Scott E. 145 Weisman, Gary 87, 100 Weiss, Alexander E. 130 Weiss, Barry David 130 Weiss, David Scott 130,206 Weiss, Debra Nancy 130,190,210 Weiss, Edward Chas 145 Weiss, Carey I. 116 Weiss, Ellen Sue 118, 130 Weiss, Frederick M. 130 Weiss, Gayle Melanie 126, 130, 198 Weiss, Helen Rita 100 Weiss, Hillary Lynn 100 Weiss, Jaye 130 Weiss, Jill Ellen 100 Weiss, Nancy Eileen 145 Weiss, Patricia E. 116 Weiss, Philip Harold 130, 220, 237 Weiss, Ralene Carol 100 Weiss, Renee Caryn 188 Weissberg, Amyra 116 Weissman, Nancy S. 145,212,213 Weisz, Keith Ivan 145 Weitz, Richard S. 100 Weitzmon, Bruce M. 100, 196 Weksler, Mark R. 116,201 Welch, James Robert 220,237 Welch, John Henry 100, 191,219 Welter, Dan Martin 145, 235 Welter, James Scott 231,234 Wenz, Hildegard C. 145 Wernikoff, Stephen M. 145 Wertheimer, Michelle 116 Wertheimer, Randi D. 100, 193 Wesser, Susan Marie 116 Wexler, Gary Michael 145 Wexler, Philip Randy 116 Whelan, Carol Ann 116 White, Marla 145,193 Whitesman, Barney R. 116, 155 Wiczer, Beth 116 Widen, Richard A. 145 Wien, Cynthia Mary 100, 199 Wilander, Carol E. 145 Wildenberger, Mark 145 Wille, Brenda P. 101 Williams, Francis P. 101 Willner, Paula 116 Wilson, Clifton J. 101 Wilson, Diane M. 145 Wilson, James A. 116,236 Wilson, Sandra Lee 104, 116 Winkler, Allan Jay 116, 196 Winkler, Don Alan 116 Winkler, Marci Sue 145 Winn, Mack Edward 116, 193,238 Winpar, Rachel 145 Winslow, Peggy Ann 145, 193 Wise hen, Greg 145 Wise, Bonnie Rae 101 Witkowski, Michael L. 116 Witte, Patricia E. 145 Wochristos, George 145 Witt, Peter Clayton 219,236 Witt, Susan 101 Wittek, Allen Frank 116 Wolf, Catherine Mary 145 Wolf, Marlee Ann 116 Wolff, Steven Ray 101,231 Wolflick, Richard C. 101 Wolin, Joel J. 145 Wolin, Jason Hal 148, 149 Wolin, Lawrence D. 116 Wolin, Michael Alan 145,184 Wolin, Pamela Ruth 101,194 Wolin, Robert M. 116 Wolter, John Edward 116 Woods, Elaine Marie 117 Woods, Kathleen G. 117,193,210 Woods, John James 101 Worth, Donna Dawn 145,210 Wright, John Walter 117,205 Wrigt, O. 205 Wu, Alan Hsueh Bing 117 Wurso, Debbie 145 Wurman, Vicki Diane 117,183 Wyzgala, Mark Henry 220,240 Yablon, Bonnie Rae 202 Yablon, Sandra Eve 145 Yamauchi, Emi Lynn 117,180,181,195,207 Yanes, Marla B. 145 Y assinger, Linda Sue 145 Yates, Steven Lee 117 Yefsky, Linda 1.145 Yelen, Michaelle P. 101 Yellen, Karen Paula 101 Yi, Linda Ziwha 145, 188 Yohanna, Daniel 237 Yonan, Ann Margret 145,213 Young, Bill Arthur 145 Young, Robert M. 221,237 Young, Richard W. 145 Zaban, Ines Sue 118 Zaban, Perry Steven 101 Zacher, Joellen 101,207 Zachacki, Sharon Kay 145 Zagoren, Diane 101 Zaitlen, Roger D. 145 Zalsman, Jill Ann 117 Zamp, Christine Ann 145 Zamp, James R. 101 Zaslavsky, Michael A. 57,101,191 Zazove, Karen Tricia 188 Zazove, Steve Dale 117,199 Zeedyk, Janice 117 Zeljeznjak, Ann M. 117 Zeman, Charles J. 145 Zeman, John Joseph 117 Zivin, Roger 145 Zweig, Frank Thomas 101 Zolek, David George 101 Zolke, Scott Brian 220,234 Zukerman, Marlene 117 Zoros, Joan Susan 104,117, 190 Zupko, Gary J. 117,238,239 Zyburt, Laurene M. 145 Zeman, Robert K. 101 Zenner, Kathleen M. 101 Zettl, Mary Linda 117 Ziff, Claudia Jo 117 Zimmer, William E. 195 Zizzi, Monica 117 262 SPONSORS . .Mr. Richard Turner Mrs. Barbara Gordon EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . .Gail Golman LAYOUT EDITOR . Marcee Jacobs INTRODUCTION .Sue Segal ACADEMIC. . EmiYamauchi SENIORS . .Bonnie Pines UNDERCLASSMEN . . .Renee Schneider Gregg Weinstein SCHOOL LIFE. .Carol Levey Nancy Rochelle ACTIVITIES . .Margie Goran Carol Handelsman SPORTS . . Barry Isaacson Scott Klinkman Lawrence Ferlinghetti, A. Coney Island of the Mind, copyright 1958. Reprinted by permission of New Directions Publishing Co. " Dream Deferred ' " by Langston Hughes copyright for Langston Hughes by Harold Ober Associates. Reprinted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Publishers. 263 It would be impossible to explain the fun, the learn¬ ing and the fulfillment of putting out this book. For the past eight months we have worked to create some¬ thing original, with provocative ideas and fresh view¬ points. We hope that SPECTRUM 70 will live up to these goals. A very important and gratifying portion of the year¬ book experience was learning to share ideas with other people and work together as a unified group. The staff, consisting of Marcee Jacobs, Sue Segal, Carol Levey, Emi Yamauchi, Bonnie Pines, Margie Goran, Nancy Rochelle, Renee Schneider, Carol Handelsman, Barry Isaacson, Scott Klinkman and Gregg Wein¬ stein, deserve much credit for the delicate care and en¬ ergies they took in making their sections each some¬ thing individually special. Guiding our staff were Mr. Richard Turner and Mrs. Barbara Gordon, two very special people. Work¬ ing with Mr. Turner was a privilege, he was a friend and a leader and gave patiently and openly. Mrs.Gordon ' s time and care were also greatly appreciated. I would also like to acknowledge the help of Root Studios for their fine photography, and Paul Clarkson who efficiently represented the American Publishing Company. Also appreciated were contributions of art work made to SPECTRUM by Mr. Richard Requarth, Mr. Gary Bailey, Gary Weisman, Frediann Friedman and Mark Rosenberg. I would like to thank Phyllis Thorek and Jane Harris for devoting time to help write copy. It is my deepest desire that by reading SPECTRUM you can expand to gain a little more insight and grow as a person. I sincerely hope you get as much pleasure and gratification out of reading this book, as I have working on it. Sincerely, Gail Golman Editor-In-Chief Spectrum 70 264


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