North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)

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-. Vg ;■ ' -: , ' ■-■ J ' w» IH j} Ji miSSm Wfc kt J ' I J a-ptCH- ft ' » p ■ • MIRROR 1976-77 ART ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Page 2 - John Almquist Page 3 - Laurie Wright Page 6 - Susan Bransfield Page 76, 77, 84 • Jane Alexander Page 179 - Martha Madigan The Senior Class Dedicates The 1976-77 Mirror To Mr. William Freisem t " v w 1 3 BrtTr - k 1 V M , E ... I M •• ' ' , wfc »-4 ' ' -«4 NDERGARTEN First Row - H. Mills, G. Goldberg, J. Freels, C. Magner, T. Peugeot, R. Ann, P. Horst, A. Brown. Second Row - M. Mella, A. Charney, T. Smith, P. Johnson, M. Rosen, N. Zimmerer, J. Cowley, C. Toyooka, T. Griffin, B. Cavanaugh, J. Price. Absent - M Friedman, A. Hemphill, P. Smith, E. Ghantous, R. Glazer, C. Hemphill, J. Moser, L. Sperry. « " .;■ w • JfaS. ' t FIRST GRADE First Row - M. Malloy, J. Childs, M. Fischer, A. Aggens. Second Row • B. Ress, A. Meyers, L. Kornylak. Third Row - J. Robison, V. Seidman. Fourth Row - H. McCarthy, J. P. Hamm, J. Reinsdorf, N. Mills, J. Thompson, B. Dunbar, K. Lip- man, J. Appley. Absent - K. Kantor, A. Myers, S. Sudler. ' W (f| ' , «? •- ■ m» ■ i i|ftl£ ► Leaver charge coior. | M k. k. Days e+ ' V " 1 " Kd l »v I sfc- lv Aii SECOND GRADE First Row - A. Mizock, N. Thompson, J. Zdon, V. Toyooka, A. Kogut, C. Griffin. Second Row - A. Ramirez, C. Johnson, L. Reagan, J. Jacobson, B. Shultz, M. Brenner, C. Avery, B. Schnering, B. Bach, M.. Herzog, A. Nash, F. Scott. Ab- sent - S. Glazer. La " m J JL$ L :i5lk-», ; ELi i -Z?7- , •» _J-i » ' 1 «4 t ' i. JS8 . SiliT Hfc L Jtr J It - s K VI., -.1 .1 THIRD GRADE First Row - J. Rosen, K. Moffat, L. Rich, S. Geist, S. Ghantous, B. Ferdinand, A. Seidman. Second Row - M. Bransfield, S. Malloy, F. Cristol, E. Toyooka, S. Novak, M. McCarthy, J. Gordon, R. Coltman. Third Row - T. Hirschtritt, B. Gehrs, H. Loennig, A. Flindt, J. Eilian, B. Peters. J " ' 3B(( £■- ' ' m a m. y V FOURTH GRADE First Row - J. Gassel, C. Skramstad, J. Kratz, J. Jentel, T. Bach. Second Row - A. Fisher, K. Johnson, R. Brown, J. Given, E. Weissbluth, E. Almquist, J. Mur- phy, M. Griffin, L. Frankenthal, J. Scott, C. O ' Malley, T. Amedee. Absent - J. Littman, S. Powell. _ - , -. « r s a y v: M t i m : r WF 12 .- v -«- • «, ' S ■■ -1 I ...•. J« S . ' «K, »«.- R FIRM GRADE First Row - J. Reichman, G. Malloy, A. Hoffeimer, A. Whiteley, C. Mason, S. Goldin, K. Lipman, C. Foreman, J. Schnering. Second Row ■ K. Abell, E. Fallar- me, J. Wright, H. Glazer, J. Theiss, G. Spore, M. Zuieback. Third Row - S. Ghantous, J. Dulaney, J. Hendershott. Absent - M. Weisenberg. 13 LOWER SCHOOL FACULTY Around Table - Mrs. Ingram, Miss Collingbourne, Mrs. Conklin, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Rogers, Standing - Miss Dalton, Mrs. Abelmann, Mrs. Warkentien, Mrs. Turley, Mrs. Sampson, Mrs. Thorsen. Behind Screen - Mr. Davis. 15 DDLE SCHOOI - ; ■■ " = M mm H mmmzm ' :; - | I—Win SI aH GRADE 1) O. Mella, 2) Sarah Bately, 3) L. Hirschtritt, 4) L. Galler, 5) S. Reinsdorf, 6) A. Harris, 7) S. Friend, 8) A Wolpert, 9) O. Mullady, 10) J. Schwarz, 11) I. Flint, 12) M. Bransfield, 13) P. Jentel, 14) T. Van Hooser, 15) B. Griffith, 16) M. Bates, 17) T. Hir- sch, 18) W. Aggens, 19) C. Kullberg, 20) J. Frankenthal, 21) A. Lancaster, 22) S. Cooper, 23) P. Ferdinand, 24) M. Abelmann, 25) S. Soderblom, 26) Susan Gately, 27) R. Snyder, 28) E. Lunding, 29) C. Charnas, 30) B. Coltman, 31) T. Kelly, 32) J. Wineman, 33) P. Karmin, 34) C. Seline, 35) A. Blumberg, 36) R. Simonds, 37) R. Gordon (no longer a student here), 38) D. Kanter. Absent - A. Wirtz. 17 SEVENTH GRADE First Row - S. Hurwith, C. Kopeck, L. Gigante, S. Myslis, L. Burmeister, C. Nigro, M. Shore. Second Row - M. Denavit, J. Stone, S. Faurot, L. Osberg, L. Handelman, J. Goldfarb, M. Bransfield, L. Lustbader, S. Spero, B. Viergg, M. Peters, A. Bresler, M. Melhus, P. Clemis, D. Lamensdorf. Absent - E. Briggs, W. Churchill, S. Freeman, M. Noyes, M. Goldin, F. Lieberman, A. Rickel, B. Singer, T. Weil. 18 EIGHTH GRADE First Row - D. Hitchcock, M. Nevin, M. Kotler, L. Levy, R. Appel, B. Mecartney, T. Klapperich. Second Row • R. Kaplan, N. Taylor, S. Sekuler, E. Kogut, P. Scott, D. Hines, R. Marx. Third Row - J. Fuller, K. Nielsen, E. Mackevich, S. Galler, L. Harwick. Fourth Row - J. Mindel, R. Ellis, B. Perkins. Fifth Row - G. Smith, S. Lewis, J. Katz, A. Harris, C. F. Sample. Top - J. Louis. Absent • S. Almquist, K. Furrer, J. Peters, W. Friend, S. Howland, L. Peller, W. Penner. 19 MIDDLE SCHOOL FACULP Counterclock wise - Mrs. Pettibone, Mr. Orleans, Mrs. Jentel, Miss Arment, Mrs. Hall, Mr. Tratner, Mrs. Hunt, Mr. Bell, Mrs. Fenninger, Mrs. Mars. 21 fa -;. .,.. « c » ■ ;, » -.,, ■ ,, ' 7 . , . . . % _ • ■ •• s ■ .;■•■ ■.■ . 4£ B (!--%f « Mfl«£ --JT ' ( 4- -■ " ' -. ?•. NTH GRADE First Row - J. Graham, M. Ingram, M. Feinstein, J. Saks, H. Fuller, S. Snyder, A. Modisett, L. Schwarz, J. Mella. Second Row - M. Smith, C. Spore, L. Miller, C. Cain, L. Sievers, J. Franke, M. Roenisch, S. Mason, J. Server, D. Reichman, A. Handleman, H. Goldblatt, J. Hayes, P. Karmin, S. Puig, J. Foreman. Third Row - J. Cain, G. Pritzker, T. Farmer, M. Weisenberg, C. Childs, T. Gardella, C Sennott, R. Tannebaum, D. Reinsdorf, J. Abelmann, M. Peebles, B. Raffaldini, A. Van Doren, M. Bransfield, M. Elisha, D. Peters, C. Churchill, T. Wright, T. McManus, B. Kaplan, S. Hemphill. Absent - H. Levy, J. Koppel. 24 TENTH GRADE First Row • K. Green, G. Holtzman, S. Blackwell, L. Nash, M. Berman, D. Van de Motter, C. Ray. Second Row • S. Mars, A. Von Entress, J. Raffaldini, P. Johnson, M. Collett, B. Furrer, J. Springer, M. Kraft. Third Row - M. Lewis, A. Feuer, T. Reihmer, W. Kennedy, C. Roenisch. Fourth Row - P. Wirtz, K. Wilder, B. Ahlberg, J. Ramseur, K. Kleinman, M. Roberts, E. Belcher, P. Eklund, K. Feinberg, A. Mitchell, M. Mages, A. MacLoed, A. Van Hooser, B. VerMeulen, N. Norton, K. Krohn, A. Sullivan, H. Songer, J. Graham, N. Diamond. Absent - S. Schwinn, L. Davison, T. Farrell, J. Harza, K. Hurwith, K. Karmin, P. Vick. 25 ELEVENTH GRADE First Row - B. Puig, T. Hatchett, C. Griffith, B. Weisenberg, M. Goldstein, S. Bresler, D. Mackevich, J. Kraft, D. Vieregg, A. Nathan, K. Olsson, C. Cun- cannan, L. Wright, B. Sklare, J. Green, J. Hurwith, G. Rogers, T. Parker, D. Feinstein. Second Row - E. Mandeltort, L. Cruikshank, P. Tower, J. Goff, J. Brundage, L. Meldman, P. Theiss, J. Keim, B. Pinsof, L. Press, N. Kaplan, R. Wineberg, A. Walker, S. Hitchcock. Absent - J. Collomb, S. Cooper, C. Rocca, S. Sharp, S. Stillman, R. Damon, B. Diamond, J. Nedzel. 97 28 ?9 SENIORS 31 ADMINISTRATION 4 UPPER SCHOOL JANE ELLEN ALEXANDER But, of course, it isn ' t really Goodbye, because the Forest will always be there. ..and anybody who is Friendly with Bears can find it. A. A. Milne When you were young and on your own, how did it feel to be alone? I was always thinking of games that I was playing, trying to make the best of my time. N.Y. " What is it Rocky, fan mail from some flounder? " B. R. Saturday 10:30 A.M. A bar maid came by in fishnet stockings and a bow-tie and she said " Drink up now it ' s gettin ' on closin ' time. " J.M. 0.0 ROMAN BALDERAS 33 There are places I ' ll remember All my life, though some have changed Some forever, not for better Some have gone, and some remain All these places had their moments With lovers and friends I still can recall Some are dead and some are living In my life, I ' ve loved them all. John Lennon and Paul McCartney Blessed are the patient, for they shall not get ulcers. Loretta Haggers JANE BERL This is the silliest sketch I ' ve ever been in! John Cleese After a while, I ' ll make another album and people will say, " It isn ' t as good as your first album. " and we ' ll get that out of the way. And I ' ll continue to go and do what I want. I ' ll let the music take me where it wants to. It ' s never let me down. Don McLean A bientot. 35 Let us all hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away, and the deep fog of misunderstanding will be lifted from our fear- drenched communities, and in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty. Martin Luther King Jr. We pledge allegiance all our lives to the magic colors red, blue and white but we all must be given the liberty that we defend for with justice not for all men history will repeat again it ' s time we learned this world was made for all men Stevie Wonder Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt. Abe Lincoln a " ' CHARLIE COLBERT 36 The question of the meaning and worth of life never becomes more urgent or more agonizing than when we see the final breath leave a body which a moment before was living. Carl Jung I have learned that to be with those I like is enough. Walt Whitman Life is strange ...By the time you learn the ropes You ' re all hung up!!! Ziggy Life is beautiful, it only happens Once in an Eternity. ANITA DALMAR I ' ll think of it tomorrow... After all, tomorrow is another day. Scarlett O ' Hara and My Mother ' GREAT America! ' Don ' t walk in front of me I may not follow Don ' t walk behind me I may not lead Walk beside me And just be my friend. Albert Camus ' Go for it! ' The sounds of the waves keep rolling on.. The strains of the strings are stilled But the beautiful memories will always remain Wit 1 - nr cr Ic nihn p ro alwaus u ithin. 37 DAN DEUBLE The sky is clearing and the night has cried enough The sun he comes the world to soften up. Rejoice, rejoice, we have no choice but to carry on. The fortunes of fables are able to sing a song, Now witness the quickness with which we get along To sing the blues, you ' ve got to live the dues And carry on. —Stephen Stills- 38 I have come to know that every opportunity is only the chance to prepare yourself for the next opportunity. P. A. Patton W. ROBERT ELISHA Don ' t confuse " duty " with that of which other people expect of you; they are totally different. Duty is a debt you owe to yourself to fulfill obligations you have assumed voluntarily. Paying that debt can entail anything from years of patient work to instant willingness to die. Difficult, it may be, but the reward is self respect. There is no reward at all for doing what other people expect of you, and to do so, is not merely difficult but im- possible. So learn to say NO— otherwise you will not have the time to carry out your duty or to do your own work and certainly no time for love and hap- piness. The termites will nibble away your life and leave none of it for you. (Source unknown) K A T H E R N F R A N K E " What I would like to do is use the time that is coming now to talk about some things that have come to mind. We ' re in such a hurry most of the time we never get a chance to talk. The result is a kind of endless day-to-day shallowness, a monotony that leaves a person wondering years later where all the time went and sorry that it ' s all gone. " Robert Pirsig A L A S K A 40 JOEL I FEINSTEIN " Aesthetics is to the Artist as Ornithology is to the birds. " Barnett 41 « CARMEN GARCIA Un abrazo muy fuerte a todos vosotros, cuenta lo que permanece y yo nunca os ol- vidare. Carr Dos cosas lien an el espiritu de admiracion: el cielo estrellado sobre nosotros, y la ley moral dentro de nosotros mismos. KANT. 42 ANNE ' SIMONE ' HINES ..and beans. " The blaze, which started in a pot of paper flowers, spread quickly to the dancers ' costumes. The bandleader bravely led the orchestra in " El Rancho Grande " , even as his pet Chihuahua was being tram- pled in the panic. At the height of the inferno, a battery of overheated tequila bottles began to explode in the flames. -Tom Robbins We, the last of all, are the first of all. The oldest is always the newest. I see nothing which I have seen before; A man is never lost, he has only been mislaid. Got to move on, got to travel, walk away my blues. from On The Loose Gotta put on my travelin ' shoes -Elvin Bishop 4.3 " The simple life though, filled with strife, and struggle, still remain its simple self, And that I understand. " " If you can ' t be with the one you love, love the one you ' re with. " Some people say life ' s like a merry-go- round; I think it ' s more like a ferris wheel, ' cause sometimes you ' re up and sometimes you ' re down, sometimes you just don ' t know what to feel. Todd Rundgren JODI HIRSCHTRITT 44 Live as if you liked yourself, and it may happen: reach out, keep reaching out, keep bringing in. This is how we are going to live for a long time: not always for every gardener knows that after the digging, after the planting, after the long season offending and growth, the harvest comes. Piercy That which we call reality stems from our education and is merely the awareness of our own observations; we see things as we are, not as they are SUZANNE KJELLENBERG 45 Sacrifices must be made. SCO -Otto Lilienthal LTON 46 JUMBO shrimp G. Carlin Shoot low, sheriff, they ' re riding Shetland Ponies. George Vingas Remember the Golden Rule - Who ever has the Gold makes the Rules. God is Dead - Nitche Nitche is Dead God Boys ' John Stall No. 2 PAUL KOGUT Forever is only a life-time. But eternity.. Dick Shawn 47 TAEKWON-DO! SKI UTAH! (From Tee-Shirt No. 17) MARK KRAFT 48 Whenever a person is called upon to make a speech, the first thing that enters my mind is, " What should I talk about? " —Gerald Ford " You can steal my chickens- but you can ' t make ' em lay. " —Willie Dixon CHAEL LIPMAN 49 Kothryn Jean Lewis I have got my leave. Bid me farewell, my brothers. I bow to you all and take my departure. ... We were neighbours for long, but I received more than I could give. ... A summons has come and I am rea- dy for my journey. Tagore I would not exchange the laughter in my heart for the fortunes of the multitudes; nor would I be content with conventing my tears, invited by my agonized self, into calm. It is my fervent hope that my whole life on this earth will ever be tears and laughter. Kahlil Gibran What is bitter to endure may be sweet to remember. Anonymous n 51 - . - " vf- DERRICK NEDZEL AS - K3 iM? ■ f Jrz ASTRID CARITA NEWENHOUSE (us-treed) the z is silent They have taken untold millions that they never toiled to earn, Yet without our brain and muscle not a single wheel can turn. We can break the haughty power, gain our freedom when we learn That the union makes us strong. (Solidarity Forever, 1915) 53 A little bit harder just a little bit more— A little bit further than you ' ve gone before The wheel is turning and you can ' t slow down You can ' t let go and you can ' t hold on You can ' t go back and you can ' t stand still — IF THE THUNDER DON ' T GET YOU THEN THE LIGHTNING WILL Robert Hunter SARAH SMITH PATTON 54 R. PETERS Lighten up if you still can And don ' t try and understand Just find a place to make your stand And take it easy. Eagles 55 One may have a blazing hearth in one ' s soul yet no one ever comes to sit by it. Passersby see only a wisp of smoke rising from the chimney and continue on their way. -Van Gogh- Small wheel turns by the fire and rod Big wheel turns by the grace of God Every time that wheel turns around You are bound to cover just a little more ground. DID IT MATTER - DOES IT NOW? DANIEL FRIEND PRITZKER c,A DAVID ROTHSCHILD So happy just to be alive Underneath this sky of blue On this new morning. —Bob Zimmerman 57 MARK SARGIS On leaving high school: " I don ' t seem to be able. ...to depart. " Pozzzzzooo! Est-ce qu ' il y a dans la paupiere un sentiment pour nous pourrions apporter l ' espoir pour tout le temps envers l ' eternite a gagner le dog-bar? Andre Gide ..When you lose your laugh you lose your footing. A man goes around lettin ' someone whup him down till he can ' t laugh no more, and he loses one of the biggest edges he ' s got on his side. R.P. " Fred " McMurphy ALSO In suffering there is meaning. Victor Frankl most North Shore students Chicago sports teams BUT I prefer to follow the first advice! Infinity is sort of an infinite ftdj ? ' " ■. ' - ! w On going to college: " This is the consequence of ill-advised asperity. " Sir Joseph Portah. K.C.B. MJMMMMMMMMM And the night shall be filled with music, And the cares, that infest the day, V Shall fold their tents, like the Arabs, And as silently steal away. LONGFELLOW " The most beautiful and most profound emotion we can ex- perience is the sensation of the mystical. It is the sower of all true science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead. To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty which our dull faculties can comprehend only in their most primitive forms— this knowledge, this feeling is at the center of true religiousness. " " For me the world is weird because it is stupendous, awesome, mysterious, unfathomable; my interest has been to convince you that you must assume responsibility for being here, in this mar- velous time. I wanted to convince you that you must learn to make every act count, since you are going to be here for only a short while; in fact, too short for witnessing all the marvels of it. " DON JUAN DAVID ANDREW SAHLIN m : : : :: ; : : : ' RiWinfWIfWWflWMTOWmWifi FRED SEWERS This may be a little difficult. -Carol Radloff, during rehersal of " Waiting for Godot " If one man only out of millions once in a thousand years had the power of acting freely, that is, as he chose, it is obvious that a single free act of that man in opposition to the laws governing human action would destroy the possibility of any laws whatever governing all humanity. —Tolstoy, " War and Peace " ...I return to that terrible statement of Bertrand Russell ' s " Better Red than dead. " Why did he not say it would be better to be brown than dead? There is no difference. All my life and the life of my generation, the life of those who share my views, we all have had one viewpoint: Better to be dead than a scoundrel. In this horrible expression of Bertrand Russell ' s there is an absence of all moral criteria. Looked at from a short distance, these words allow one to maneuver and to continue to enjoy life. But from a long-term point of view it will undoubtedly destroy those people who think like that. —Alexander Solzhenitsyn ROBERT SMARGON 61 Today, well lived, Makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Sanskrit CAROLINE ANNE SCHNERING ■m . C i I Tried! CAS 62 -i say though hate were why men breathe- because my father lived his soul love is the whole and more than all e. e. cummings " How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings that publisheth peace; that bringeth good tidings o f good, that publisheth salvation; " Isaiah 52:7 " If there is an exit sign I always have to go into it because there might be a mattress in there and I can lie down on it and get some rest so I can carry on for Lord ' s sake " from Eloise " something informs me that our parting moment is at hand. I know it, but I know not how. " CHERYL SML 63 IOSHUA A. SOFFER Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life ' s longing for itself They come through you but not from you, and though they are with you yet they belong not to you. You may give them your Love but not your thoughts. For they have their own thoughts. You may house their bodies but not their souls, For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams. You may strive to be like them, but seek not to make them like you. For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday. You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth. Kahil Gibvan 64 SHELLEY ELAINE SPENCER " It ' s this simple. If I never try anything. I never learn anything. If I never take a risk I stay where I am. If I go ahead and do it, that affects how much I continue wanting to do it. When I hold myself back, I trade appearances for the opportunity to find out what I am like. " Hugh Prather Dove e pace e amore dove e amore e dio 65 - --- SOMEDAY THEY ' LL LAUGH AT OUR HAIR AND THE CLOTHES THAT WE WORE LIKE WE ' VE ALL LAUGHED BEFORE MELANIE Why anybody can have a brain That ' s a very mediocre commodity Back where I come from We have universities Seeds of great learning Where men go to become great thinkers And when they come out They think deep thoughts And with no more brains then you have But they have one thing you haven ' t got A diploma Noel Langley From " The Wizard of Oz " I ' m like a child who ' s set free At the fun fair Every ride invites me And It ' s Unfair Saying that I only Get my one share Doesn ' t seem just I could live as I must if they ' d Give me the time to turn the tide Give me the truth if once I lied Give me the man who ' s gonna bring More of everything Then I ' ll have everything Everything LESLIE SPIRA Rupert Holmes The eyes have always made it clear That love begins and ends Without a sense of fashion No code of etiquette is here Only a friendly drive towards impolite passion Melissa Manchester You know I ' ve heard about people like me But I never made the connection They walk one road to set them free And find they ' ve gone the wrong direction Don McLean 66 I believe in doing what I can, In crying when I must, In laughing when I choose. I believe that since my life began The most I ' ve had is just, A talent to amuse. Heigh-o... -Noel Coward " Fritos... " LAUREN KELLER STONE ' He ' s got a tapedeck in his tractor and he listens to the local news. " — Ronnee Blakely " So... " " don ' t be silly! Once three friends Sweet in sadness Now part of their past In the end Full of gladness Went from class to class. —Gentle Giant " Chouette veut dire chouette Papa! " — Claire The Buddha Once Told This Parable... There was once a man who was crossing a field and met a tiger. Running, he came to a great cliff and caught hold of a root and swung over the side of the cliff. But at the bottom of this cliff was another tiger. Soon two little mice came along and began to gnaw on the vine. The man looked in terror at the tiger below. But then he saw a strawberry vine. He picked the strawberry and ate it. How ( Even Cowgirls Get The Blues 67 " Only a warrior can survive the path of knowledge. Because the art of the warrior is to balance the terror of being a man, with the wonder of being a man " —Don Juan " Letting go means allowing joy to come into your life instead of contriving to have a good time... letting problems be solved in the un- conscious mind as well as by straining with conscious effort. " — W. Timothy Gallwey from " The Inner Game of Tennis " ' He who has a why to live can bear almost any how. " —Nietzsche " Hand me that piano. " —George Carhn ' As if you could kill time without injuring eternity " —Henry David Thoreau JOHN L. STRAUSS JR. " May the wind be at your back. " — An expression of Les Voyageurs 68 I expect to pass this way but once; any good therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again. — Etienne De Grellet God grant me SERENITY to accept the things I cannot change COURAGE to change the things I can, and WISDOM to know the difference. L LAWRENCE THOMESO AMY ATHERINE AN HOOSER Only after having been in High School for quite a time do I realize that all the people on the Dan Ryan and the Ike and the Edens and everywhere else at 9:00 and all the people crowding the city streets aren ' t just beings, they ' r e real people with real problems, real lives, and real identities. The whole 9 to 5 world is referred to as the " Rat Race " . A lot of people think that that ' s the real world. Everybody has to break into that world to make it. Break into the nation ' s work force. But there ' s other ways to make a world for yourself. That is to do what you feel good doing, whether anybody else approves or not. If they don ' t like it, ask them if they ' re really happy doing what they ' re doing. Either by your peers ' experience or by your own, find what looks good to you, and give it a try. Break into the Rat Race or your own lifestyle, but get broken in and enjoy yourself. 70 Life can be confusin ' Any given day, An if you feel like losin ' Get on out the way. Results will be amazin ' Here is all you do, My minutes turn to days in Doin ' what I do. Loose Booty. Sylvester Stewart Time for changin ' , rearrangin ' No time for Pete to pass the buck. Rearrangin ' , meet a stranger, Pretty soon he might not give a damn. Sylvester Stewart STEVE WALTER Well, I am, what I am, Thank God Some people just Don ' t understand, Find yourself first, An ' I guess you ' re cool Find yourself first, Doncha be no fool. Jimi Hendrix Just then a bolt of lightnin ' Struck the courthouse out of shape. While everybody knelt to pray The drifter made his escape. So long. Bob Dylan 71 They ' ll have me whipped for speaking true, thoul ' t have me whipped for lying; and sometimes I am whipped for holding my peace. I had rather be any kind o ' thing than a fool; and yet 1 would not be thee, nuncle. Thou hast pared thy wit o ' both sides, and left nothing I ' th ' middle. W. Shakespeare He graduated cum laude with a thesis in philosophy: " 1 can ' t be black and straight in this crooked white world! " If 1 tell the truth I ' m detestable. " If I tell lies I ' m abominable. " If I tell nothing I ' m unpredictable. " If I smile to please I ' m nothing but an obsequious sambo. Up and up on a wild horse of jazz we galloped on a network of blue notes delivering the message: Men, Brothers, Giants! Oswald J. Mtshali Nothing will come of nothing. Speak again. MA HEW DYCKMAN WELLS 72 Memories and Illusions Often Unforgettable Never Reality JOHN WILKING God Looks After Fools, Drunkards, And Artists s u s A N G. W L L A M S a iA LM k r I e f f s f ? a 40%» r- -v 1 5iaa P A f n o v O ' OA I .49Wfif£ 74 ...And I know that my fate will lead me on. finally 1 realize I ' m to be my own surprise, this is the season of farewell and I ' ve fin ' lly broken the spell... Donovan a lifetime flies, a minute lags, my heart in jewels, my clothes in rags, and love so sweet I don ' t need tags to tell me. In my mind there ' s no sorrow, don ' t you know that it ' s so. There ' ll be no sad tomorrow, don ' t you know that it ' s so. Lennon-Mccartney - tote S + : All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost, the old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. Tolkien In the heart of your heart, there ' s the tiniest part of an urge to live to the death — with your sword on your hip and a cry on your lips to strike life in the inner child ' s breast. Jethro Tull Strike another match, go start anew. It ' s all over now, baby blue. Dylan Lucy Yee .- : 76 r 7 ' V 4$v MIMJ»iJ «iHl 77 S ■dfc ' ' rn r T - ' ' -ies s w y JHj-»— » .. g f- », J ' • ' ' jtiil .;. " . ._-.,.;( «, - ' 1 ' «..,. Ai » 7Q 80 ■ ■■ ■ 82 83 84 3k| ' ' .K 4 « ? T - » t .. ' « r attjj 88 89 90 :■-■ t p t 1 J y £ ' ,•■ . ■■ ELIZABETH HILL ROBERT HORN 92 FRANK LOENNIG 93 EILEEN DONOGHUE WILLIAM FREISEM 94 MARIE LUNDQUIST MARTIN MCCARTY CAROL RADLOFF 96 SHELDON ROSENBAUM 97 ROGER SHIPLEY y MICHAEL TRATNER 98 JAY BACH JAMES KOWALSKY 99 —■,- " SS? ' 4 m ■ " u OFFICE STAFF V. Dormody, L. Lenthart, J. Talley, R. Lenthart, L. Hartz. I m % MAINTENANCE STAFF W. Logan, G. Mitchell, A. Donald, R. Anderson. 105 LUNCHROOM STAFF Joe Reyna, Evie Kruckenberg, Onie Lewis, Nancy Hernandez 106 - v ' ' - ' ? VkW " ■ % » H . ■ . r a=n .... ; ■■■- ;S 1 — » — «» . ■mm +- f ■ j. » ■% ■ . 7 |TP J ?B«f mi ' - f.Wfc ' .« £3 5 O ' O •;:-• ! £ v- " Hfjk-I S4w i ,r«4 sK ' : s % FOOTBALL 4 Wins 4 Losses 1st Row - C. Colbert, B. Elisha - co-captains. 2nd Row - Mac, B. Pinsof, J. Hurwith, P. Theiss, P. Kogut, P. Wirtz, B. Peters, J. Ramseur, J. Bach. 3rd Row - J. Feinstein, J. Keim, M Elisha, K. Karmin, T. Wright, S. Mars, A. Sullivan, S. Knowlton. 4th Row - B. Kaplan, C. Churchill, S. Hemphill, J. Foreman, H. Goldblatt, M. Bransfield, D. Peters, T. Gardella, M. Peebles, M. Weisenberg, T. McManus. Absent - D. Deuble, D. Reinsdorf. 110 tK, , ■ • v.Ar $3 8TH GRADE SOCCE Back Row - J. Louis, B. Freind, B. Penner, J. Katz, C. F. Sample, S. Lewis, Mr. Orleans. Front Row - S. Howland, G. Smith, S. Galler, R. Appell, R. Kaplan, L. Peller, F Klapperich, D. Hines. »S3aeS 5 SP ' . » ' ii ' s v ■ 114 11F VARSITY FIELD HOCKE 6 Wins 5 Losses Front Row - S. Spencer, S. Bransfield - co-captains. Middle Row - D. Feinstein, B. Weisenberg, Miss Trefny, K. Franke, C. Macdonald. Back Row - L. Wright, N. Kaplan, E. Belcher, L. Cruikshank, K. Lewis, A. Hines, L. Press. Absent - S. Patton, C. Schnering, S. Williams. 118 JG pi G L i ■ JUNIOR VARSIW FIELD HOCKEY 4 Wins 3 Losses Front Row - Mrs. Budney, J. Cain, S. Snyder. Middle Row - S. Blackwell, L. Sievers, M. Ingram, C. Cain, L. Schwarz, J. Franke, J. Saks. Back Row - H. Songer, M. Feinstein, B. Raffaldini, H. Fuller. Absent - Alyn Feuer, M. Roenisch. » « I B GIRLS TENNIS TEAM 1 Win 6 Losses Mr. Sampson, M. Kraft, J. Kraft, C. Cuncannon, D. Vierreg, P. Johnson, G. Pritzker, K. Kleiman, K. Olsson, C. Griffith, Mr. Stanton. Absent - N. Diamond, N. Norton. 122 19-? J||| L o w E R S C H O O L O L Y P C D A Y ?d m Wl£fc MH mi Pi? t t b»e; VARSIW SOCCER Wins 4 Losses 6 Front Row - M. Goldstein, M. Lipman, A. Nathan. Middle Row - R. Bald- eras, J. Soffer, A. Siewers, S. Timmins, T. Parker, J. Brundage, M. Wells, M. Sargis - co-captain, T. Reihmer, J. Strauss, M. Kraft, B. Sklare, Mr. Day. Back Row - S. Bresler, R. J. Damon, S. Knowlton - co-captain. Absent - M. Wiggins, P. Tower. JP .! ■ ' fj % m m i on UNIORVARSIWSOCC 6 Wins 5 Losses 1 Tie First Row • J. Kopple, S. Mason, B. VerMeulen, M. Peebles. Last Row • A. Van Doren, C. Roenisch, T. Farmer, C. Kneifel, T. Reihmer, J. Server. Absent - J. Abelmann, C. Childs, M. Berman, L. Davidson, T. Farrell, J. Harza, K. Hurwith, P. Karian, W. Kennedy, M. Lewis, A. MacLeod, L. Nash, S. Puig, J. Raffaldini, C. Ray, D. Reichman, C. Sennott, D. Van de Motter, P. Vick, R. Tannebaum. 128 NEEDLEPOINT SHOW 130 HALLOWEEN B8? Kfes j e FALL STUDENT GOVERNMENT Seated - C. Smutny, M. Bransfield, K. Hurwith, S. Blackwell, L. Wright, M. Sargis. Standing - B. Sklare, B. Elisha, A. Siewers, K. Karmin, J. Franke. .. .»■ » ? K I PSl Sfe itt r- l Srtfc rS ---r ' ?: ' ■ -rsr -! ' . $ !. ■ 4sC s IS. WINTER v_y NIOR VARSIW BOY ' S BASKETBALL Back Row • D. Peters, A. Van Doren, C. Kneifel, A. Sullivan, A. MacLeod, J. Graham. Middle Row - M. Peebles, B. Kaplan, K. Karmin, M. Elisha, P. Karmin. Front Row - K. Hurwith, T. Gardella. Absent - M. Bransfield, T. McManus, J. Foreman. 139 VARSIW BOY ' S BASKETBALL Back Row - D. Deuble, J. Strauss, J. Ramseur, C. Colbert, P. Wirtz, B. Pinsof, B. Peters, J. Bach. Front Row - P. Kogut, A. Nathan, S. Walter, B. Diamond, P. Theiss. 140 s A N T A L A U S P A R T Y 142 mm _ ...... » Sa pp UNIOR VARSIW VOLLEYBALL Front Row - K. Kleiman, M. Mages, S. Blackwell. Back Row - K. Budney, G. Pritzker, E. Belcher, L. Sievers. 144 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Back Row - K. Budney, C. Gaston. Middle Row - S. Spencer, A. Dalmar, L. Cruikshank, P. Johnson. Front Row - N. Norton, K. Lewis, C. Schnering. 145 .M.S. PINAFORE mmm 149 SANGERBUND Front Row - H. Songer, L. Yee, N. Kaplan, B. Weisenberg, H. Fuller, D. Vieregg, L. Stone, C. Rocca, S. Spencer. Second Row - Mr. Allison, C. Spore, K. Lewis, T. Wright, C. Smutny, M. Berman, A. Van Hooser, S. Patton. M. Lipman, B. Elisha, M. Wells. Third Row - T. Farmer, M. Elisha, M. Weisenberg, K. Karmin, S. Bresler, S. Mason, S. Knowlton, A. Sullivan Back Row - G. Rogers, S. Walter, P. Kogut, S. Mars, B. Ver Meulen, R. J. Damon, T. Reihmer. 150 HEERLEADERS Hallie Levy, Nancy Norton, Sarah Blackwell, Anne Modisett. LSI i itmi WINTER STUDENT COUNCIL S. Hitchcock, M. Sargis, J. Green, J. Franke, M. Bransfield, S. Blackwell, C. Smutny 152 jjpr ' r V W9». 154 wiLfrT, ■ ■ I •s W$ r3$r ■ . ;: ■ - ' J, p K : s ' ■ f ' i ' . S --flkN H •v SPRING 158 ONE ACTS She Stoops to Conquer. Directed by Lynn Cruikshank 159 ONE ACTS If Men Played Cards Like Women Do. Directed by Anita Dalmar 160 ONE ACTS Chamber Music Directed by Lauren Stone ONE ACTS The Good Doctor Directed by David Sahlin 7--r " « gf ' t ' • ' s ,- .- GIRLS JUNIOR VARSIP BASKETBALL First Row - J. Graham, M. Ingram, J. Franke, L. Sievers. Second Row - H. Songer, K. Wilder. 163 ' ' ' - »«« ' ■. ' :, . .« » ' ' | . ! s r - ... SgSW GIRLS VARSIW BASKETB First Row - K. Lewis, S. Spencer, N. Kaplan, L. Cruikshank, L. Press. Second Row - Miss Trefny, S. Bransfield, J. Kraft, C. Cuncannan. 164 I A sj - 4,,% ¥,- " t v , J;- 3i ' " ' $$£%,} «. RS IM GIRLS ' SOFTBALL Front Row - B. Raffaldini. Middle Row - J. Cain, K. Kleiman, G. Pritzker, K. Olsson, S. Blackwell, K. Franke, A. Modisett. Back Row - S. Trefny, S. Spencer, M. Roenisch, L. Sievers, M. Ingram, M. Feinstein, J. Graham, K. Budney. • v »+ r m XJs BOYS ' BASEBALL Front Row - A. Nathan, P. Kogut, B. Elisha, M. Peebles, D. Deuble. Back Row - S. Bresler, B. Pinsof, P. Theiss, B. Peters, C. Colbert, A. Sullivan, R. J. Damon, M. Bransfield, M. Elisha. £ BOYS ' JUNIOR VARSI1Y BASEBAL Front Row - T. Farmer, J. Server, M. Bransfield, T. Reihmer. Back Row - M. Elisha, K. Karmin, A. Sullivan, M. Peebles. 169 ' .: • ' M$ BOYS ' TENNIS Front Row - B. Rothschild, Mr. Stanton, D. Reichman, J. Foreman, T. McManus, D. Peters. Back Row - M. Goldstein, J. Brundage, J. Strauss, J. Hurwith, S. Knowlton, P. Tower, A. Van Doren, D. Pritzker, M. Lewis, S. Walter. 171 LOWER SCHOOL PET PARADE CAMERATA First Row - Mr. Allison, S. Patton, S. Spencer, A. Van Hooser. Second Row - B. Elisha, C. Smutny, K. Lewis. Third Row ■ S. Knowlton, S. Walter, B. VerMeulen, R. J. Damon, G. Rogers. Absent - L. Stone. 174 x --? , ,, 5 GAPA K. Franke - Vice President A. Hines - Treasurer S. Spencer • President C. Schnering • Project Head 175 " -; 4mmv STAGE CREW Front Row - K. Franke, J. Green, B. Sklare, R. Shipley, J. Franke, G. Rogers, C. Kleiman, M. Ingram. Back Row - T. Gardella, A. MacLeod, L. Yee, T. Reihmer, R. J. Damon, M. Wells, J. Wilking, L. Stone, G. Pritzker. Late - M. Weisenberg. 176 m aft i ■ y »l ! Ji iNI y ii i il Mi % r MM 1 tf ■ Jit ' jjf i k JmmM MORNING EXERCISE COMMI EE Madame Valvo, John Strauss. 177 ■ •• -,,- y ' • ■ ■ ■ ;■ ■ - » ' • • • ; -- " " w! Sue Bransfield Katherine Franke Anne Hines Carol Cuncannan Joan Kraft Sonia Fischer Martha Madigan Linda Lenthart M R R O R S T A F F 178 . ■■ ' ■•■:■ ' ■ .J- ■ i " J., . - ' -?., • . PROSODY Front Row - K. Lewis, M. Lipman, A. Siewers, L. Yee. Middle Row - L. Cruikshank, R. Wineberg, D. Van de Motter, A. Van Doren, J. Berliss. Back Row - J. Green, A. Dalmar. Mrs. Fischer - Faculty Advisor. 179 180 PROPHECY Class of 1977 Imagine it ' s June 15, 1997 and we ' re at the opening of Jodi Hirschtritt ' s new art gallery. The artists exhibiting are Josh Softer and his miniatures and hand and window series, Sarah Patton ' s beautiful pottery and Sue Bransfield ' s photographs of very beautiful but strange mountain goats in Arab countries. Tahir Fatah and renowned playboy Bob Peters are among the judges. The gallery was tastefully designed and lighted by John Wilking. Invited to this posh party are a myriad of socialities. Leading the crowd is Bob Elisha, promoting his new movie " Bobby " which is about a subur- ban pinball wizard. Here, arm in arm, come Kathy Lewis, famous dress designer, and David Rothschild of Dapper and Dapper of Beverly Hills. Milling in the crowd are Anita Dalmar, star of the new hit soap opera " Yesterday ' s Mistakes " , comparing notes with Jane Berliss, author of the soon to be released series on local stations " Judy, Judy, Judy " . Cheryl Ann Smutny is here, still starry-eyed over her 1980 Miss America title. You recall her nimble fingers on the harp. When asked the single most important attribute of an in- dividual, she replied, " to be mature in every situation " . Oh my, would you believe, there ' s John Strauss and Leslie Spira. The for mer is a retired tennis star now developing a new underwater family game called aqua-tennis. Miss Spira, with pad in hand, is author of the well known column, " Everybody ' s Critic " which is published daily in Al Siewer ' s newspaper, " The Washington Hoc " . In a corner chatting are Jimmy the Greek ' s successor Paul " the Ukranian " Kogut who has sue cessfully predicted the market for 90 days straight and Amy Van Hooser, full of North Shore news. You know, she is a member of the French depart- ment there. Here comes Lauren Stone straight from Opry Land in her red satin cowgirl shirt and silver studded cowgirl boots. And there ' s Dan Pritzker who we ' ve learned is leading a nationwide campaign to revive the Dead. Here are a couple of telegrams one from David Sahlin asking " Why the devil did she open up a gallery? " Here ' s another from Jane Alexander who is busy with the opening of her very own salad bar. She wires " Whatever happened in the tree house? " Oh joy! Making their entrance and shaking hands, the politicians are arriving. Shelley Spencer, nationwide President of WAPA - Women ' s Athletic Projects Assoc, walks in with Lucy Yee, newly appointed Ambassador to Italy. Upstaging Yee is Astrid Newenhouse, Secretary of Agri- culture, and Katherine Franke, leader of Operation Pull. Here ' s another Telegram. This one is from Frances Dunseth. She writes: " I ' m coming! " Several other VIPs who are unable to join us tonight but send their best regards include: Scott Knowlton, well known ornithologist, who is con- tinuing to search for the Red Red Robin, Charlie Colbert, busy covering the 26th Olympiad in Uganda and Dan Deuble, who is graciously accepting an award at the baseball Hall of Fame. Speaking of athletes, I see Mark Kraft, Judo champion, passing cheese puffs to Derrick Nedzel, ski instructor. A couple of prize winning inventors are with us tonight. Bob Smargon, recent developer of an alternative to Spam for camping trips, is talking to Bill Thompson, transistor specialist. Better late than never, Joel Fein- stein is arriving directly from distant Iceland after winning the World Chess Championship in two moves. In the poets corner are Suzanne Kjellenberg, author of a new poetry collection entitled, " Transylvania ' s Courthouse " , and Anne Hines, who has just published her new book " Life with Mother " . Joining them are Susan Williams who is promoting her new line of health clubs in Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks and Nome, and Mark Sargis, alerting everyone of his chain of Heir Sargis Salons, specializing in beard transplants. Others unable to make an ap- pearance this evening are: Matthew Wells, who is following in Thor Hyer- dol ' s shoes by attempting to sail around the world in an L. L. Bean boot, and Steve Walter who sends a singing telegram from London as he is ap- pearing with the D ' Oyly Carle Opera Company there. Jodi wants to thank Mike Lipman and his Rose Lips Health Food Store for the catering, and Roman Balderas for the limousines. Remember, all roads lead to Roman. A special thanks goes to Sister Cameron Macdonald and her group Sha Na Nun for the en- tertainment. Oh, there ' s Caroline Schnering passing the plate, still trying to collect $2 from each member of the class. Well, this has been a most successful opening with so many of this illustrous group in attendance. Can you imagine how even more amazing they will be in another twenty years! 181 _ p m ; wmH KINDERGARTEN TO SENIORS John Strauss, Caroline Schnering, Mike Lipman, Anne Hines, Sue Bransfield, Dan Deuble. -; . 3hji 182 183 184 ■Ml. " 7 . ; .- ' A tei " Zfcs.- ' MS f : Hi M ' 4 ' 9m. COMMENCEMENT 185 ajgj|y agi HjMijgfijta£| ADIOS 189 1977 MIRROR PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. James Ahlberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Berliss Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. J. William Cuncannan Mr. and Mrs. David A. Deuble Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ferdinand Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Galler Mr. and Mrs. John Gately Dr. and Mrs. Marshall D. Goldin Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Goldstein Mrs. William Graham Dr. and Mrs. Orville C. Green Mr. and Mrs. Dean Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Hines Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Howland Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Klapperich Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kogut Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. 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