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Page 85 text:
First Row: R. Wawrzonek, H. Kaczorowski, R. Becker, S. Bona, W. Adams. Second Row: P. Steinkirchner, R. Giczkowski, R. Pittman,
R. Braungart, L. Wynia, T. McDonald, L. Suckow. Third Row: E. Phillips, J. Ballash, E. Crapo1,' D. Warzel, S-ponholz, D. gela-
kiewicz, R. Makowski, R. Teeft. Fourth Row: I. Sadowski, R. Bryk, I. Lombardi, R. Barth, G. Wozmak, R. Kopankrewrcz, R. Stefamak.
The Warrior - Editorial Staff
Managing Editor. . . . Richard Bryk
Feature Editor . . . .Leon Suckow
Rewrite Editor . . . . . . .Leon Suclcow
HE WARRIOR Staff, by eriodically publishing the school
paper, keeps the news before the students and attempts to-
create greater interest in the school..
The editors and writers have the job of gathering the news
about student activities and compiling and editing it so as to
give you a picture of life at Seneca. Excellent on-the-spot
reports of every sport activity are contained in each issue as
well as sports quizzes.
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News Editor . . . Richard Teeft
Sports Editor. . . . . . Edward Crapol
Faculty Advisor . . . . . Mr. Langworthy
assemblies and special events are also contained in the paper.
This fine reporting is the result of untiring worlc, extra time
and the cooperation of the editors and their very able staffs.
These boys are trained to develop the technique of good news
reporting. They learn to be alert for news that will interest
the student body.
A good newspaper is a credit to any school. 'For this
reason these boys hu.e endeavored to present you with a paper
of which any school might be proud.
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Page 84 text:
First Row: A. James, R, Bleab, R. Rohmer, I. Johns, D. Polis, J, Jasco, R. Kennedy. Second Row: R. Wagner, R. Honecker, L. Pam-
palona, N. Pfleger, D. Strozewski, G. Novak, R. Snopek, S. Giordano. Third Row: G. Hulburd, I. Ruhlmann, W. Franusiak, L. Wargo,
The WHITIOI' - Layout Staff
Layout Editor. . .
Art Editor ....... . . Joseph Ruhlmann
Photography Editor . . .... Richard Bryk
Advertising Editor ..... . . . Jack Johns
T HIS half of the staff is a vital part of THE WARRIOR, for it
could not have been published without their excellent work
and cooperation. These boys took pride in the paper and made
it their business to spend much of' their time and effort learning
as much as possible about the function of their particular staff.
They learn to work with their fellow staff members and to be-
come more proficient, thus giving you an ever-improving
Business Manager ....... Robert Honecker
Circulation Manager ........ John Dolan
Exchange Editor ........ Emanuel Phillips
The ever-present photographers contributed many fine pic-
tures of sport events and assemblies. The art staff created
humorous cartoons, both to add interest and amusement to THE
WARRIOR. Never-tiring salesmen of our advertising staff
have sold numerous advertisements throughout the year. After
everything has been checked and typed by our typing staff,
the layout staff has the difficult iob of arranging the articles
and selecting suitable type size for the headlines in order to
give the paper an attractive appearance.
Then after the circulation staff has completed their iob,
you receive your copy of THE WARRIOR.
Each boy of each staff has expended much time, work and
effort to bring you another phase of school life at Seneca.
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Page 86 text:
Left to Right: I. Brunner, S. Incardona, J. Dolan, G. Olinger, R. Taylor, D. Reed, G. Weisenberger, S. Ziolkowski, D. Benker, L.
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S ENECA'S proiection staff is undoubtedly a very efficient
group. In addition to their chief duty of running the movie
projector, they are also responsible for the op-
eration of the tape recorder and the port-
able and slide projectors. The crew is
also capable of repairing all the
Upon request of a teacher,
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members of the crew will set up equipment for the purpose of
running educational films.
Another of their less-publicized duties is to record the
visits of important guests of the school.
The boys of the proiection staff take a keen interest in
their duties and have compiled a record Seneca can be iustly
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