University City High School - Dial Yearbook (University City, MO)
- Class of 1971
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Mr. Richard Bagenstos
Assistant Principal-Senior School
State University of Iowa, B.A.
Columbia University, N.Y., M.A.
Mr. James Lanman University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.
Oklahoma State, B.S.
University ofOklahoina, NLE.
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Mr. Russell Tuck Mr. Earl C. Beeks
Assistant Principal-Junior School Assistant Principal-Sophomore School
Union University, B.S. Lincoln University, B.S.
George Peabody College, M.A. Washington University, M.S.
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Dr. Gabriel Reuben
Superintendent ofSchoolsWUniversity City
State University Teachers College. B.A.
New York University, M.A.
New York University, Ed.D.
Mr. Fred Rock
N.E. Missouri State, B.A.
Washington University, M.A.
Mr. Preston Robinson
Assistant to Principal
Southern Illinois University, B.A.
Mr, Hugh Burns
Fairheld University, BSS.
St, Louis University. Mlid.
Mr. Herman Shaw
Illinois State University, BA.
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D66Z'l'CUIl'Ol1.' David Suits
David Suits knew beauty. He lived and
taught through art, music, dance and nature.
He responded to all who needed help. He in-
spired everyone who knew him. His whistle
and hearty laugh preceded him down our
halls for ten years. Now they are gone.
David Suits-Husband, Father, Teacher,
Craftsman-a Friend greatly missed.
Mrs. Jacqueline Williams
"Never imagine yourself not to be
otherwise than what it might appear to
others that what you were or might have
been was not otherwise than what you
had been would have appeared to them to
Mr. Eugene Blankenmeister
Mrs. Sue Poe
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Teachers who do not appear:
Mr. James Anderson
Mrs. Mary Fahlberg
Dr. David Leventhal
Miss Sandra Morris
Mrs, Mary Paznokas
Mr. Kenneth Poos
Miss Janice Small
Miss Wanda Bowers Miss Ruth Rothschild Mrs Karen Jackson
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Miss Wilda Flint
Mrs. .lo Anne Fritz
Mrs. Viva Ruesing Mr. James Harrod Mrs Louise Domrese
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Mr. Dan McWhorter Miss Marjorie Harris Mrs. Faye O'Shea
"A teacher who can arouse a
feeling for one single good ac-
tion, for one single good poem,
accomplishes more than he who
fills our memory with rows on
rows of natural objects, classi-
fied with name and form."
Mrs. Billie Jacobs
Miss Barbara Simpson
Mrs. Gloria Moses
Mrs. Karen Weinhaus
Miss Carol Cappa
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Mr. Tom Lawless
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Mr. Larry Thomas
Miss Ellen Rahn
"The entire object of true education is
to make people not merely do the right
things, but enjoy them-not merely
industrious, but to love industry-not
merely learned, but to love knowledge-
not merely pure, but to love purity-
not merely just, but to hunger and
Mr. Roger Warner
Mr. David Suits
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Mr. David Shipman
Mrs. Carol Kappus Mrs. Patricia Langenberg Miss Patricia Doyle
Mrs, Rogalia Herr Wallace
Rosenbaum Klein ' ,
' Miss Evelyn Mrs. Dalia
Miss Cindy Ginsberg Mr. John Bilgere Miss Marie Gonzalez
Miss Jean Matheson
Miss Lucille Dye
Mr. Arthur Glusenkamp
"There is nothing so laborious as not
to labor. Blessed is he who devotes his
life to great and noble ends, and who
forms his well-considered plans with
Mr. Lilburn Ochs
Miss Virginia Lee Watts
Miss Mary Jane Euston
Health and Safety
J rs. Emily re
Mr. Toby Adams
Mr. Henry Buffa ,
r. James Densford
Mr. Paul Wrnght
Mr. Robert Boehlow
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M rs. Leodora Extein
Mr. Fred Kovar
Mr. Jerry McSpadden
Miss Loretta Benso
Mr. Miles Edenburn
Mr. Wayne Shelton
Mr. John Woll
Mr. Charles Edmond
M iss Dorothy Hanpeler
Mr. Richard Greenbiatt
Miss Georgiana Pliakos
Mr. Ronald Bergmeier
Miss Catherine Underwood
Mr. Charles Beck
Practical A rls
"To create a little flower is
the labor of ages."
Mrs. Donna Hood
Mr, Michael Henley Mr. Robert Johnson Mr. Marlin Henley
Mr. Lindsey Wilburn
"But if you tame me, then we
shall need each other. To me,
you will be unique in all the
world. To you, I shall be unique
in all the world .... "
Mrs. Shirley Kung
Mr. John Wiegers
Mr. Joe Hale
"What do we live For if not to
make the world less difficult for
- George Eliot
Mr. Robert Alexander
Mrs. Jennifer Heist
Mr. .lack Shelnutt
Mrs. Patricia Jordan
Mrs. Rita Slack
Mr. Richard Burns
' Mr. David Page
Ifwe work upon marble, it will perishg'
If we work upon brass, time will efface itg
If we rear temples, they will crumble to dust.
But if we work upon men's immortal minds . ..
We engrave on something which will brighten all eternity.
Mr. Curtis Jennings
Mr. Julius Giebler
Miss Pamela Heim
Mr. David Littman
Mr, Frank Kegel
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Mrs. Dee Shamel
Mrs. Anna Thaller
Mrs. Ruth Fues
Mrs. Susie Petty W H
Mrs. Carolyn Hundelt
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Miss Virginia Dicus
Director of Activities
Mr. Terry Barrett Mrs. Lois Ebert
Media Specialist Graphic Arts
Mr. Harris .Iackoway Mrs. Virginia Johnson
Media Consultantf Secretary of Media Lab
"They who educate children well are
more to be honored than they who produce
them, for these only gave them life, those
the art ofliving well."
Mrs. Barbara Tanner
Mr. Al Sokol
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Mrs. Fay Trueblood Mrs. Jane Stoutz
Secretary to Principal Business Lab Aide
Mrs. Frances Kantor
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Mrs. Marie Seymour Mrs. Esther Mueller
Senior Guidance Secretary Attendance Secretary
Mrs. Janet Loiterstein Mrs. Sylvia Kaplan
Instructional Secretary Sophomore Office
Mrs. Margaret David
Mrs. Margaret Cornell
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Mrs. Adele Henderson, Mrs. Viola Schadler, Mrs. Mrs. Helen KingWSupervisor, Mrs. Loretta Piazza,
Mary Niebur, Mrs. Bernice Stieman, Mrs. Florence Mrs. Sarah Jaffee. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Geraldine
Justin, Mrs. Sadie Williams, Mrs. Freda York, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Edith Mellman, Mrs. Goldie Stein, Mrs.
Hazel Luckett. ROW l: Mrs. Bonnie McPherson, Mrs. Florence Silverman, Mrs. Florence Wolf.
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Mr. William Whitworth. Mr. Harry McClure. ROW Kirby, Mr. Herb Nevis, Mr. Charles Pepper. Mrs.
l: Mrs. Ann Flesch, Mrs. Olivia Reefer, Mr. Ernest Dorothy Stephens, Mr. Bill Whitmeber.
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PROCESSIONAL-Pomp and Circumstance Edward Elgar
The National Anthem
University City High School Band
Belinda Leigh Drews, Class of 1971, Conductor
INVOCATION ....,......................,.............. Rev. Chester A. Jackson
Newstead Missionary Baptist Church
ADDRESS OF WELCOME ....................,..... .,.. E tta Jean Jackson
MUSICAL INTERLUDE ....,...,. .r........ S enior Ensemble
"The Impossible Dream' '.,.....,.......... Mitch Leigh
Charles L. Tomlin, Class of 1971, Guitarist
"With a Voice of Singing' '...,.... .......,.... M artin Shaw
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS-"The School Community" ...... Robert Hay Enders
Presentation ofthe Class to the President ofthe Board of Education
Mr. James Lanman, Principal
Awarding ofthe Diplomas by the President ofthe Board of Education
Mrs. Leonard P. Fuchs
THE ALMA MATER .................. ............ T he Class
RECESSIONAL-University Grand March Edwin Franko Goldman
University City High School Band
Mr. Roger Warner, Director
ROW 4: Bob Ebert, Eugene Carter, Rochelle Burnett, Debra Riggins, Brenda Baker, Daisy X. Carter
Lorraine Garfield ROW 3: Linda Berns, James Wilson, Sheila Britton, Linda Hendin, Stephanie
Brown, Debbie Dalin, Kathy Mayorwitz, Mr. Wallace Klein ROW 2: Carlotta Lewis, Steve Oberman
Judy Kaplan, Anne Giraud, Gail Satz, Terri Pillars, Pamela Andrews, Jeanette Liggins, Renee John
son ROW l: Arvis Lynch-Secretary, Etta JacksonfPresident, Clarence Teeters-Vice-President
Pam Paige-Treasurer NOT PICTURED: lrene Aach, Yvette Albright, Joyce Keil, Susie Meyers
Class of '7l's
Breaking tradition was definitely one of the
strong points. Involvement was the key word in
activities. The traditional class spirit was absent.
began optimistically with spirit that they hoped
throughout the Class.
The Senior Cabinet kicked ofi' its season with a Unicef Drive,
Canned Foods Drive, and Clothing Drive. The Senior Play during
first semester, "Pillow Talk," proved that our class had what it
After their last finals more than two hundred seniors attended
the Senior Smorgasbord celebrating the coming of Breezin'
Season. The successful Senior-Faculty basketball game, pro-
ceeds going to the David Suits Memorial Fund, was one of the
Cabinet's better attempts at combined involvement and rele-
vancy. The Senior Talent Show gave Seniors another chance to
prove their capabilities. The Senior movie "Catch '7l" was even
more fantastic than the talent show.
U. City has changed Senior Cabinet and the Senior Class has
changed with it. The Senior Class of '71 would like to thank its
sponsor Mr. Klein for his guidance and help during those times
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lrene Aach Bela Abodi
Melba Adkms Paul Ahlvm
"What though the radiance which was
once so bright
Be now forever taken from my sight,
Though nothing can bring back the
Of splender in the grass, of glory in
We will grieve not, rather find
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Juan Alba Yvette Albright
Kenneth Allen Luanne Allman
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Sharon Austin Gerald Axelbaum
In the primal sympathy
Which having been must ever beg
In the soothing thoughts that spring
Out ofhuman sufferingg
In the faith that looks through
In years that bring the philosophic
Nancy Babchick Joyce Baer
Brenda Baker Mary Ballard David Bamburg
Michael Baruch Howard Bass
Gary Beitch Howard Belsky
Keith Berman Robin Berman gg,
Jaina Best Peggy Biddlecombe
Rebecca Bierman Scott Black Terry Blum
W1 Sam Blumberg Howard Blustein H . '
Warren Bowens Marian Branham Harriet Brasch
James Bristow Sheila Britton
Denise Brown Gloria Brown
Go often to the house
for weeds soon choke up
the unused path.
Stephanie Brown .Iovanar Buford
Rochelle Burnett Michael Bylsma Annette Callen
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Mary Carter Brenda Chamberlain
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Gwendolyn Cook James Cornbleet
Pamela Cox John Crabtree
Cathv Cramer Alleize Curry
"One only understands the things he
tames. Men have no time to understand
anything. They buy things all ready made
at the shops. But there is no shop any-
where where one can buy friendship, and
so men have no friends any more."
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Deborah Dalin Russell David
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Joan Dyer Robert Ebert .lulie Edison
Charlea Eisen Robert Enders
Mary Entwistle Miriam Epstein
Richard Erlich Michele Evans Deborah Fields
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Everett Forniss Joel Foster
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James Fox Brenda Freedman
Alan Frey Mark Friedman Perry Fuller
Christine Gakes Charles Gale JefTrey Gale
Jeremy Garber Lorraine Garfield
"Do you expect sincerity in
man when hypocrisy is the very
keynote of human nature? We
are nurtured on itg we are
schooled on it, we live by itg and
we rarely realize it."
Bunne Gellman Dione George
James Gerber Arthur Gerhard Allan Gers
Morey Gers Barry Ginsberg Anne Giraud
Carol Glenn Regina Glovinsky
Robert Gold Harry Goldberg
Steven Goldberg Irvin Goldenberg David Goldman
.lcllrey Goldstein Joel Goldstein Joyce GOHWHSSLF
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Julle Goodman Lawreme Goodman
No one IS useless ln the world
who lightens the burden to any-
Suzanne Goodman Michael Gordon
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Annalee Greenberg Mark Greenberg Barney Grosberg
, Brenda Grosman Mark Gross
Robert Grossman Sandra Guberman
Keith Guller Eric Guttin Karl Guyer
Lori Hanlan Lynne Harrison
Terry Hayes Janice Hellgman
"That dim, murky period when
regrets come to resemble hopes,
and hopes are beginning to re-
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i Linda Hendin Vincent Hennessy
Artie Hill Carmer Hill
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Carol Hoffman Joseph Humphrey Kathleen Humphrey
Jane Hunkins Mary Hunkins
My father planted for me and
I plant for my children.
Angela Hunter Richard Hyatt
Keith Hyman Lori Hyman Gerald lnukai
Etta Jackson Jeffrey Jacob
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Reuben Johnson Timothy Jones
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Diane Kahn Eve Kahn
Barry Kaplan Judith Kaplan
Joanne Katz Louise Kaufman Joyce Keil
Robert Kelley Matthew Kincade
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Chester King Eileen Kinsella
James Kissane Shari Klayman Albert Kleiman
Edward Kleiman Mark Kloeckener Ruthie Kohm
1 Irene Kolivaki Marcia Kornblum
Co-operation is essential '
to all undertakingsf "
so don't be afraid to share
Cynthia Kranzberg Robynn Kranzberg
Deborah Kuhn Beth Ladin Margaret Larson
Joann Lay Alan Leavitt
George Leonard Phyllis Lever
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Carlotta Lewis Jeanette Liggins
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Mary Love Elizabeth Lutz
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Arvis Lynch Michael Lyss
Marilyn Magidson Bryan Maltzman Lester Mankofsky
Arnold Marcus Claire Martel Robin Marx
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Daniel McKeown Mary McKeown Jeanne Meesey
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Scott Nelson Steven Nelson
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David Neumann .lohn Nicholson
Aaron Novack Steven Oberman
ff 3 l 'AQ Lynne Ohlman Daniel O'Neill
Pamela Paige Michael Palmer
Elizabeth Parks Susan Payne Betty Peloquin
Leslie Permuter Julie Pevnick
Work is not mans punish-
ment. It is a dream of happiness
and every tomorrow a face of
Nelcy Phipps Terri Pillars
Michael Pocost Julie Polette Scott Portnolf
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Alan Pratzel Scott Price Janice Propps
Hermione Pruitt Sheila Radman
Michael Reich Michael Reiss
Debra Rennard Frank Richards Eric Richman
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Ben Ridley Debra Riggins David Robinson
Jill Roesler Lawrence Roesler
Bonnie Rogers Joan Rosenberg
Ellen Rosenblatt Janice Rosenblatt Pamela Rosenthal
Linda Roth Susan Rubin Kerry Rudm
Gregory Ryland Joan Sacks
"Great Man complains about hrs own
inabilities, not about people's Ignorance
Jamce Saenger Robert Saffern
Gail Satz Thomas Schaef
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Belle Schnelder Mary Schnelder
Jeffrey Schreiber Sandra Schultz
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Robert Shands Marsha Shanker
Richard Shanker William Shapiro Pamela Sharpe
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Roslyn Shelton Abu Sherlff
Who conquers self-he is hero born,
Hrs name may due, forgotten by has
Be yet the seed he sowed ln care
Shall bear rlch harvests through
6,53 immortal years.
Laura Sidel Robert Sieber
John Siempelkamp Candelaria Silva Doris Sinkheld
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Kenneth Skaggs Barbara Smith
Belinda Smith Janis Smith
Let us be content to work to do
the things we can,
and not presume to fret because
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Jean Smith Valerie Smith
Marlene Sokolik Michael Sollot
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Sheri Starr Marc Stassevich Deborah Stayton
Janet Smith Ann Stokes Steven Storozum
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T Leslle Strlcker Marla Stuhlman
"The best way to know llfe IS to love
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Vincent Van Gogh
Wrlllam Stults Wnlluam Sunderman
Jeanette Sutherland Jerry Tabak Terry Taryle
Ivra Taylor Clarence Teeters Steven Tenzer
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"Only a momentg a moment of strength,
of romance, of glamourkof youth! . . . a
flick of sunshine upon a strange shore,
the time to remember, the time for a sigh,
and-goodbye!-night-Goodbye . . .!"
Victoria Tolmach Charles Tomlin
Susan Topper Phillip Van Neste Joel Waldman
Shelley Weinhaub mWharton l W i
Ronald Walker Robert Watson Miriam Weinberg
Kenneth Williams James Wilson Sharron Wilson
Stephen Wilson Mary Winker
"All babies who are smiled at and hugged
will know how to love the members of their
families, and when they grow up will know
how to respect their elders . . . It only re-
el H mains for us to spread these virtues through- e
out the world. Nothing else need be done."
Thomas Winokur Barbara Winthrop
Gary Wolfe Agnes Wong Soong Tak Wong
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Mary Zaltzman Kim Ziegenfuss Rhonda Zimmerman
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ROW 3: Donnie Harris, Allynson Graham, Carol Webster, Alan Goodman, Larry Slate. ROW 2: Nancy
Schucart. Sandy Suflian, Marcia Landau, Debbie Wehrenbrecht, Robert Cohen. ROW l: Terri Engel, Jacci
Chinsky, Elaine ZemelfPresident, Susie Holtzman4Vice-President, Hulda Singleton, Mr. Rick Burns.
Junior Board got off to a late start this year because of the con-
Hict which arose in student government.
The sponsor, Mr. Rick Burns, an American Studies teacher,
worked along with President Elaine Zemel, and Vice-President
Sue Holtzman, to give the board a helpful hand.
Junior Board's first activity, H.O.G. Day, turned out to be a
very successful fund raiser. H.O.G.'s fHeart O'Gramsj also
helped to achieve the Valentine Spirit in U. City students. The
board was also proud to sponsor service projects throughout the
school and community.
Junior Board continued the tradition of the Junior-Senior Prom
which was held at the Ramada Inn.
ROW 3: Lindsey, Eric: Lane, Thomasene:
Jones, Garry: Lander, Susan: Landau,
Marcia ROW 2: Lassar, Bruce: Lapidus,
Harvey: Krausel, John: LainolT, Suzi:
Kolley, Marcia ROW l: Krasnov, Barry:
Lending, Scott: Kovar, John: Lazaroff,
Paul: Lebenberg, Marty: Kovol, Rhonda
Not pictured: Hovland, Clare: Kolker,
Karen: Landau, Kenton: Lawrence, Eddie:
Lee, Christine: Lemoins, Michael: Leven,
Ronald: Lewis, Rosalyn: Lieberman,
ROW 3 Pickens Winfred ONe1ll Tim
Polsky Mark Pearl Allan Novack
Neal Plunkett Bill Nelson Marshal
ROW 2 Passer Scott Phillips Chris
Paskal Steve Patrick Simon Powers
Brian Owens John Oppenheimer
Howard ROW l Oswitz Gale Perry
Cindy Ozment Mary Pickens Jean
Pitts Sheila: Nussbaum Nadia: Perez
Marc Not pictured: Niland, Judith:
Nixon, Denise: Nuell, Stephen: Patter-
son, Beverly: Peden, Linda
ROW 3: McMillion, Joe: Moten, Joan:
Morganfield, William: Moore, Ottie:
McCadney, Ceatrice: Meyer, Robert:
Meyer: Bill: Newport, Tom ROW 2:
Morrison, Frank: Mitchell, Olivia:
Mayer, Lincoln: Montague, Eli: Nanos,
Greg: Murphy, Terry: Mink, Ronald:
Meehan: Joe ROW l: McMillion, Rose:
Nixon, Denice: McPherson, Wendy:
Murphy, Jean: Nelson, Gretchen: Mitri,
Ogi: Payzer, Stan: Mellman, George
Not pictured: Mayo, Sandra: McMillan,
Lark: Meesey, Nancy: Moellenbeck,
Dave: Parks, Steve
ROW 3 Abernathy Byron Basemore
Donald Banks Manuel Hayden Mau
rice Berger Roger Bernstein Mark
ROW Z Boehm Sandra Blackman
George Williams Betty McM1llion
Rose Block Larry Benson Joseph
Bleisch, Bill ROW l: Blum, Kathryn:
Burke, Jean: Bosch, Jeanne: Benthal,
Cathy: Baker, NiRita: Nixon, Denice:
Moten, Joan: Boothby, Mark Not pic-
tured: Ashbury, Joya: Beaudoin, Richard:
Belsky, Jonathan: Best, David: Bigger,
William: Billis, Steven: Birdsell, Debbie:
Bolin, Barbara: Boman, Beverly: Bonzo,
Tava: Borreson, Linda: Bourbon, Terry:
ROW 3: Wilson, Aaron: Williams, Algie:
Whitely, Glenn: Zimmer, Florence: Wolf,
Elizabeth: Zimmerman, Sally ROW 2:
Woods, Christopher: Yates, Ernest: Wil-
liams, Reuben: Williams, Rudolph: Wood,
Phyllis: Williams, Sandra: Wirtl, Brenda
ROW l: Zigler, Leslie: Wolkowitz, How-
ard: Winoker, Kenneth: Wilkes, Lcmar:
Wiseman, Debra: Zuckerman, Cindy Not
pictured: Williams, Angela: Williams,
Mary: Wirtz, Steve: Wright, Barbara:
Wright, Beverly: Wright, Floyd: Young,
Paula: Zemel, Elaine
ROW 3: Redden, Bill: Sauls, Quida:
Thompkins, Kathy: Brown, Mary: Tay-
lor, Verleen: Smith, Nick ROW 2: Suf-
han, Sandy: Toney, Mary: Torin, Larry:
Strominger, Linda: Syverson, Mickey:
Tucker, Mike ROW l: Terry, Dan: Sut-
ter, Cathy: Thorwegian, Dana: Tessler,
Pat: Sundland, Barbara: Swartz, Craig:
Stueck, Matt Not pictured: Susman,
James: Sussman, David: Taylor, Ter
rance: Taylor, Thomas: Tessler, Ronnie:
Threats, Lestine: Thumman, Paula
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ROW 3: Rosen. JelTrey: Rosen, Norbert:
Rybolt, Gayle: Safran, Debbie: Roscoe,
Jennifer: Romano, Lee: Roesler, Ann:
Rosenbloom, Debbie ROW 2: Suelflow,
Mark: Rogul, Phillip: Roberts, Angela:
Rousos, Diane: Rentle, Freddie: Ross,
Cassandra: Sandel, David: Paterson,
John ROW l: Rubin, Arlene: Rosen,
Charlene: Rhodes, Harry: Rosenfeld, Pa-
tricia: Rosenfeld, Marsha: Roos, Cynthia
Rubin, Leslee: Ross, Terri Not pictured
Rentle, Freddie: Robinson, Ruby: Roscoe
Jennifer: Rosenbloom, Joseph: Rucker
ROW 3: ManilolT, Dean: Mack, Ricky
Lucky, Tom: Markman, Peter ROW 2
Lorenz, Jill: Madeson, Marianne: Male
van, Lynn: Magidson, Judy: Lovelace
Lisa: Martin, Alexandra ROW l: Lilly
Brian: Margolies, Billy: Lugger. Phyllis
Magee, Suzanne: Malin, Vicki: Marx
Kim: Madison, Linda Not pictured: Lor
berbaum, Michael: Madison, Anthonette
Madison, Dave: Mancuso, Vicki: Mar
bain, Steven: Marx, Wendy: Matlock
Ellen: Maxey, Tanya
ROW 3: Harford, Carolyn, Giefenkamp,
Greg, Goldstein, Jeff, Gray, Steven,
Hansen, Craig ROW 2, Harris, Donnie,
Harskins, Loretta, Harris, Pam, Gra-
ham, Allyson, Goldstein, Carol, Hanke,
David ROW l: Hadas, Deborah, Gru-
baugh, Kathy, Guller, Susan, Grafman,
Carol, Harris, James, Goodman, Alan
Not pictured: Gorden, Gene, Gordon,
Randall, Grady, David, Hamblin, David:
Harris, Angela, Howard, Ramona
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ROW 3: Kaufman, Ann, Johnson, Cindy,
Jones, Ronnie, Kallas, Lewis, Jobe,
Dave, Kaiser, Marc, Keshner, Gary ROW
2: Johnson, Adrianne, Garrett, Janice,
Hutchinson, Valerie, Crawford, Veroni-
ca, Kane, Paul, Karros, Alec, lken,
Ronnie, Klayman Steve ROW l: John-
ston, Karen, Jodlowski, Debbie, Jame-
ton, Dorothy, Kohen, Sandy, King, Jane,
Kellerman, Karen, Kay, Pam Not pic-
tured: Johnson, Shirley, Jones, Gary,
Kantor, Frank, Karroll, Brad, Kirkland,
Jack, Klamon, Susan, Klarfeld, Melvin
ROW 3: Humphrey, John, Hartrich, Eu-
gene, Humphrey, Donald, Haynes, Eric
ROW 2: Hopson, Bill, Hoffman, Elliot,
Hotchner, Kirby, Hay, Peter, House,
Charles ROW l, Hearon, Paulette, Herz-
berg, Mike, Heckendorf, Chris, Houlihan,
Kathy, Hunter, Mark, Horskins, Janice
Not pictured, Hartle, Larry, Helmich,
Steve, Henry, Helen, Hill, Beverly,
Himeles, Mike, Holley, Eugene, Holtz-
man, Susan, Howe, Craig, Howell, Al-
len, Huber, Charles, Humphrey, Deb,
Hutton, Michael, Imergoot, Richard,
Jagust, Donald d,1Llz'V, ,A
ROW 3: Diboll, Neil, Demis, Nancy,
Falconer, Leslie, Emison, Debbie ROW
2: Dubman, Charles, Dennis, Charles,
Randall, Robert, Evans, James, Ecken-
bom, David ROW l: Ehrlich, Gail,
Deruchia, Rosanna, Dunn, Regina, Evans,
Ronald, Dulaney, Clarissa, Edwards, Don
Not pictured: Dorsey, Diane, Eckert,
Shelley, Edwards, Ken, Ellison, John,
Ellman, Bob, Engel, Terri, Exler, Mi-
chael, Feely, Shauna
ROW 3: Bader, Jon, Allen, Herman
Babchick, Mark, Barrett, Tim, Adams
Earl, Beard, Truman ROW 2: Aber
nathy, Lynn, Baker, Marilyn, Attoun
Fabian, Allen, Becky, Arnold, Jan, Aiken
David ROW l: Amitin, Larry, Allen
Vicki, Baker, NiRita, April, Steve, Ask
uvich, Marilyn, Baum, Sharon, Anderson
Debbie Not pictured: Adler, Marilyn, All
mon, Cecil, Ash, Mary, Ashley, Dianne,
Baker, Allison, Bass, Marilyn
ROW 3: Stern, Gary, Stansbrough, Patti
Rhodes, Harry, Stevens, Peggy, Sokolik
Barry, Soller, Larry ROW 2: Statler
Charlotte, Stegman, David, Stone, Nate
Steiner, Ron, Smith, Stan, ROW l
Spetner, Steve, Spitz, Mickey, Stein
Linda, Stewart, Dale, Stewart, Mike,
Stein, Mike Not pictured: Smith, Pamela
Soucy, Peggy, Stansbrough, Phyllis
Steefel, Sarah, Stiles, Gerald, Stix, Su
san, Stinson, Roger, Strode, Sharon
Stokes, Jim, Spielberg, Scott
ROW 3: Smith, Nick, Nixon, Denise,
McMillion, Rose, Thomas, Verleeng
Cohen, Jonathan, Stinson, Roger ROW 2:
Cross, Don, Lewis, Regina, Dansker,
Andy, Damos, George, Dawson, Wanda,
Davis, Anne ROW l: Gammon, Donna,
Williams, Angela, Couzart, Brenda,
Cooper, Debbie, Corkery, Maureen, Cor-
son, Cathy, Corman, Mark Not pictured:
Cohen, Linda, Cohen, Robert, Cohen,
Steven, Condran, Patrick, Cook, Caro-
lyn, Crowder, Sharon, Cuff, Alan, Dab-
ney, Richard, Daniels, Reginald, Dantz-
ler, Joan, DeBlase, Eileen, Decker,
ROW 3: Reiter, George, Reed, Frank:
Prather, Steve, Randall. Robert: Raleigh,
Bob ROW 2: Prott, Craig: Presser,
Howard, Reed, Dan, Prelutsky, Dave,
Prelutsky, ,lon ROW l: Raber, Mary:
Ralky, Joyce, Reece, Bonnie, Preiss,
Bill, Reeves, Boni, Rainey, Dennis Not
pictured: Powell, Bill, Propps, Judy,
Pruitt, Percy, Rebson, Dan, Reeves,
Tom, Reichman, Sarah, Reiss, Edu ard
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ROW 3: Sanford, Mark: Sandler, Mike
Schmelze, Mark: Sandheindrich, Paul
Sandler, Jeff ROW 2: Schaef, Tricia
Schweig, Caroline: Schankman, Linda
Schermer, Jill: Schlef, Carol: Scissors
Steve ROW l: Schaeffer, Kathy: Schott
Marsha: Schainblatt, Ellen: Scissors
Debbie: Schneider, Barry: Monat, Peter:
Schucart, Jerry Not pictured: Sandler,
Michael: Savan, Terry: Schmertz, Louis:
Schrier, Daniel: Schweig, Eugene
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ROW 3: Shore, Bobbie: Seitz, Mark:
Shanker, Howard, Slattery, Tom ROW
2: Smith, Cathy: Smith, Becky: Sherman,
Roslyn: Shaller, Terry: Shaw, Bill ROW
l: Singer, Diana: Shelvy, Gloria: Shu-
cart, Nancy: Sims, Derwin: Smith, Clar-
ence Not pictured: Scott, Don: Selikson,
Sandra: Sessel, Patti: Shedlofsky, Gerry:
Silverman, Pat: Singleton, Hulda: Skaggs,
Jane: Theis, Mark: Theis, Melissa
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Freeman, Robert: Freedman, Steve:
Friedman, Jenny: Fields, Bernie ROW
2: Flum, Leslie: Ellick, Elise: Ferguson,
Mark: Finnegan, Robert: First, Tom:
Feit, Burton: Friedman, Laura ROW 1:
Ferber, Kris: Felton, Catherine: Frnak,
Sharon: Freeman, Raymond: Foster,
Donna: Foster, Deborah: Fowler, Paul:
Ferzacca, Steve: Frank, John Not pic-
tured: Finkelstein, Jack: Fox, Barbara:
ROW 3: Gammon, Craig, Goldenberg,
Barbara, Blake, Dena, Goldman, Larry,
Goldberg, Judy, Gerber, Jon ROW 2:
Gay, Tom, Givens, Jackie, Garrity, Susie,
Goldstein, Rick, Givens, Leon, Glazier,
Terry ROW l: Gale, Roslyn, Goldfeder,
Joan, Garfield, Jessie, Geldman, Esther,
Goldberg, Adie, Goldstein, Audrey Not
pictured: Fuselier, John, Georgen, Mi-
chael, Glazier, Louis, Glickert, Paul,
Goffstein, Janice, Gaggin, Marsha, Gold-
man, Ricky, Grady, Eugene
ROW 3: Chollet, John, Brigham, Earl,
Brody, Carl, Carl, Richard, Chang, Po,
Brown, Roy, Chollet, Mike ROW 2: Bur-
gess, Karen, Cassell, Robert, Bricker,
James, Cohen, Alan, Chipman, Grace,
Brown, Jerry, Woll, John ROW I: Bur-
stein, Elyse, Burroughs, KennAnn, Brody
Sandy, Cover, Kharyn, Breunig, Pat'
Brechmacher, Diane, Bryant, Gay, Cade
Pauletta Not pictured: Breiner, Jerry'
Chinsky, Jacci, Clark, Deborah
ROW 3: Gammons, Craig, Waxman,
Scott, Weinstein, David, Wexelman,
Joey ROW 2: Walker, Kevin, Vaughn,
Don, Weinstein, Stuart, Wehrenbrecht,
Debbie, Tyner, Laurie, Sanderson, Gay-
len ROW l: Webster, Carol, White,
Lauren, Taylor, Garland, ,Valentine,
Duan, Weber, Kim, Vainkos, Linda Not
pictured: Banks, Karl, Trice, Diana,
Vitale, Gino, Walker, Anne, Walts, Bar-
bara, Ward, Pamela, Webster, Edith,
Weiner, Maury, Wells, Ron
"Mr. Hale, what do you mean I'm not getting an
"Irv, you are getting a G, and that is final." "I am
a Senior, we don't have finals."
"Irv, that was awful, you will pay for it."
Double, double, toil and trouble
The bathrooms were all
locked, where else could I
"Okay, Mr. Hale, I'll take my G."
Every time I forget my Boy
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ROW 3: Esterson, Avi: Eisen, Jim: Ep-
stein, JoAnne: Feldman, Jody: Fox, Peg:
Hubbard, Earnesteen: Fulks, Sharon
ROW 2: Enders, George: Eichler, Robert:
Feinberg, Larry: Fleeman, Karen: Flem-
ing, Roger, Cannaday, Shirley ROW l:
Fitzgerald, Phil: Feldman, Shelly: Fried-
man, Andrea: Fine, Mike: Elder, Danny:
Farrell, Denise: Frye, Derrick Not pic-
tured: Eisen, Thomas: Elliott, Eva: Ent-
wistle, Ruth: Epstein, Ned: Farias, Linda:
Feldman, Barbara: Feldman, Philip:
Finbloom, Karen: Fishwick, Richard:
ROW 3: Jarboe, Rodney: Kern, Ralph:
Jordan, Reginald: Pelley, Vicki: Kinnard,
Russell: Kirksey, Irma ROW 2: Kinsella,
Mike: Jordan, Lisa: Jen, Michelle: Keil,
Eva: Keith, Gretchen: Kellum, Arthella
ROW I: Kahn, Debby: Katz, llene: Kahn,
Jane: Johnson, Jana: Johnston, Kimberly:
Keil, Linda: Kalata, Yolanda: Johnson,
Howard Not pictured: Kahan, Pamela:
Keyes, Kenneth: Lamb, Vicki
ROW 3: Chiles, Marcia: Covitz, Nancy
Cassell, Debra: Corson, John: Cohen
Byron: Corman, David: Cormack, Greg
Carter, Carolyn: Childs, Bobby ROW 2
Conner, Joyce: Cash, Barbara: Cornell
Barbara: Cavitt, Tamara: Clark, Gayle
Callen, Rhonda: Cosentino, Sandy: Col-
lins, Pat: Caro, Roberto: Collins, Frank-
lin Don ROW l: Choden, Gale: Corkery
Peggy: Cirio, Phoebe: Claxton, Angela
Cannaday: Crockett, Pam: Cohen, Julie
Cohen, Ellen: Rosenberg, Edie: Clax
ton, Don: Conley, Dan Not pictured: Bur
row, Kim: Carradine, Shirley: Casey
Earl: Childs, Euralee
ROW 3: Guttin, Keith: Hearst, Bill: Har-
ris, Larry: Hayden, Julia: Grisham,
Sheri: Harris, Sharon: Hackmeister, Joe:
Green, Curtis ROW 2: Hadas, Edward,
Heaton, Becky: Haynes, Sam: Harris,
Betty: Hayes, Lonnie: Hennessy, Matt:
Hankin, Robin: Grossman, Ellen ROW l:
Guilfoil, Vicki: Gruenberg, Sandra: Gra-
ham, Sheree: Gregory, Chris: Harris,
Donna: Haughton, Cheryl: Gregory,
Diann: Hamilton, James Not pictured:
Haberstroh, Steve: Harris, Tony: Hartle,
Beverly: Hayes, Anthony
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ROW 3: Kleflner, Gregory: Kramer,
Steve: Lebedun, Ronald: Krewson, Keith:
Lampel, Jeff: Kisslinger, Mike: Klein-
dienst, Kurt: Koken, Tom ROW 2: Kalt-
erman, Martin: Leipziger, Linda: Kupper
Davine: Kornblum, Arleen: Lebman
Sam: Leipziger, Marilyn: Kolley, Diane
ROW l: LaRocco, Charles: Latson, Kar-
en: Latchinson, Zonnie: Klasing, Sarah:
Kuhn, Kristy: Kranzberg, Linda: Leavitt,
Susan: Kissane, Mary Not pictured: Lay,
Darlene: Leong, Roberta
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ROW 3: Hoffman, Sheldon: Humphrey
Bruce: Horowitz, David: Hurwitz Jon
athan: Hertel, Charles: Hinton Sue
Jackoway, David: lskiwitch, Joel: Hun
kins, Patty ROW 2: Miss Salih, Mrs
Jordan: Hotchner, Bradley: Huey, Janice
Hicks. Robyn: Hines, Sharon: Jackson
Leslie: Holtzer, Rachel: Chen, Jimmy
ROW l: Hinton, Brenda: Holloway, Wil-
liam: Ingram, Keith: Hudson, Lamar:
Hutnick, Neil: Hyman, Karen: lnglove,
Ethel: Hirsch, Faye Not pictured: Hin-
ton, Luann: Hyman, Randall: James,
ROW 3: Mack, Phil: Mandelker, John:
Leven, Robert: Levy, Joe: Massie, Bill:
Lowe, Kenneth: Levine, Gary: Marshall
Daniel ROW 2: Malo, David: Lin, Eva'
Ludwig, Rose: Link, Nancy: Lepp, Nancy:
Marcus, Lenny: Loomstein, Don:
Marion, Johnny: Lynch. David ROW I:
Likens, Ann: Lipschitz, Simone: Lun-
din, Jody: Mayfield, Sabrina: Macon,
Pat: Mack, Rhonda: McCadney, Rita:
Mebane, Art: Madeson, Frances Not
pictured: Margulis, Craig: Lester,
Sharon: Lewis, Cottry: Lockhart, Regin-
ald: Levin, Tina
ROW 3: Cymber, John: Davis, Ron:
Curry, Greg: Davis, Henry: Dublin, Fay:
Dotson, Linda ROW Z: Dalton, Lowell:
Dupuy, Gilbert: Ehrlich, Martin: De-
Wolfe, Richard: Duncan. Tim: Dearing,
Jim: Ehrenstein. Joyce: Curry, Richard
ROW l: Cunningham, Michael: Dalin,
Jeff: Edwards, Linda Kay: Cupples, Jan-
et: Ehrlich, Hedy: Doyle. Stephen: Deck-
er, Claudette: Duke. Keith Not pic-
tured: Dinkins, Sandy: Dabney, Michael:
Daugherty, Tyrone: Davis: Deborah: Da-
vis, James: Davis, Monica: Davis, Nick
ROW 41 Smith, Elaine: Smith, Richard:
Singer, Steve: Shapiro, Rick: Shuoe,
Tom ROW 3: Shcolnik, Gerry: Stang,
David: Sharp, James: Smith, Gunther:
Sonderman, Mark: Sidel, Doug: Sonnen-
wirth, Maurice ROW 2: Smith, Kathy:
Shrieber, Louis: Sims, Pat: Smith, Mi-
chael: Sims, Lynn: Spector, Sherri:
Seals, Pam: Smith, Donna: Smith, Mary
ROW l: Sonnino, Fred: Spencer, Wil-
liam: Smith, Albert: Sims, Debra:
Smith, David: Speed, Tony Not pictured:
Speed, William Jerome
ROW 3: Rodgers, Rosamond: Nolan,
Polette, Powers, Timothy: Rennard,
Gary: Powell, John: Price, Dan: Powers,
William: Ridenhour. Keith: Reed, Mike
ROW 2: Reiman, Ellen: Reynolds, Ro-
berta: Pokres, Steve: Randall, Timothy:
Latchison, Audrey: Pope, Michelle:
Roach, Vicki: Pratt, Diane: Randels,
Robert ROW l: Preiss, Linda: Rieger,
Kathy: Ralky, Susan: Polloch, Adrianne:
Rolfe, Eric: Price, Peter: Rich, Eddie:
Rochester, Craig: Remaklus, Linda:
Reece, Samuel Not pictured: Reilly, Rob-
ert: Richardson, Nadine, Rafky, Susan
ROW 3: Moss, Terry: Murphy, Robert:
McGhee, Frank: McMilton, Richard:
Moberly, Jim: Meyer, Richard: McDon-
ald, Paul: Huchnick, Howard ROW 2:
Meyers, Kathy: Nelson, Sandra: Moss,
Deborah: Mischeaux, Joyce: Metcalf,
Carolyn: Nelson, Ricky: McFadden, Dar-
ryl: Nathan, Geraldine ROW l: Miller
Susan: Miller, Linda: McCarty, Pat'
Millburg, Paula: Moonshine, Leslie:
More, Sarah: Miller, H. James: Not pic-
tured: Meyer, Mary: Mitchell, Elaine'
ROW 3: Ounanian, John: Pereira, John:
Parmley, Doug: Pletz, Fred: Ounanian,
Pat: Peterson, Keith: Pritchett, Ray
ROW 2: Osterberg, Craig: Newberg,
Barry: Paton, Kathy: Parker, Chrissy:
Ohlman, Michael: Pinnell, George:
Nevels, Rochelle: Lawrence, Eddie ROW
l: Oppenheim, Frank: Pinnell, Jack:
Page, Debbie: Parks, Pat: Pattiz, De-
nise: Parker, Myron: Platt, Mark Not
pictured: Osherow, David: Parker, Ed-
ward: Parker, Imelda: Payne, Rodney:
ROW 3: Goldfeld, Joseph, Ginsburg,
Leonard, Gornick, Harry, Gale, Bruce,
Goldman, Ricky, Gordon, Ronald, Gar-
rett, Daniel, Goldstein, Paul ROW 2,
Gaddy, Deborah, Gockley, Marsha, God-
frey, Meg, Ginsburg, Martin, Goldstein,
Harlan, Goldstein, Kenneth, Glaessner,
Peter, Galor, Orie ROW l: Gottlieb,
Vivan, Goffstein, Lisa, Gaylor, Dalvenia,
Gatewood, Lamar, Gentry, Janet, Gol-
lub, Rodger, Garber, Judah, Goodman,
Laurie, Gordon, Vicki Not pictured:
Gammon, Donna, Gear, Clara, Gay, Tom
ROW 3: Steinberg, Terry, Sundland,
Barry, Stix, Peter, Sterling, David, Tink-
er, Hope, Steinert, Erik, Stephans,
Mark, Tessler, Forrest, Tackes, Mark
ROW 2, Taryle, Linda, Stith, Mary,
Sussman, Barbara, Stansbrough, Chris,
Strominger, Dale, Taylor, Don, Tepper,
Rick, Taylor, Anthony ROW l: Stein-
berg, Ellen, Tischler, Sandy, Stassevitch,
Eric, Stobaugh, Debbie, Toll, Martha,
Taylor, Melissa, Thomas, Anthony, Tag-
ger, Claude, Tennon, Mark Not pictured:
Stein, David, Taylor, JeH'rey
ROW 3: Sanchez, Tom, Schumitzky,
Barbara, Rubenstein, Liessa, Ross,
Diane, Rosenthal, Arlene, Sabol, Laurie,
Schrick, Vicki, Shamel, Mary, Rosen-
thal, Karen ROW 2: Rubin, David, Rus-
sell, JefTrey, Rubin, Ellen, Schechter,
Kay, Ronollo, Steve, Schimmel, Dave,
Rosenblatt, Mike, Russe, Larry, Romano,
Joe ROW l: Schwartz, Dave, Schenkier,
Sidney, Salniker, Steve, Shanks, Beverly,
Schwartz, Judy, Schneider, Judy, Sand-
ers, Phil, Schowengerdt, Glenn, Scott,
Corbett Not pictured: Safron, Joe:
Schear, Marilee, Schmitt, Dan
ROW 3: Wong, Titus, Wilson, Gary,
Wise, Ricky: Wood, Terry, Williams,
Joan, Young, Deborah, Wiley, Gail, Wil-
liams, Betty ROW 2: Young, Calvin,
Zweig, Jackie, Zimmerman, Sue, Wil-
liams, Daryl, Zweig, Sandy, Zuke, Jeff
ROW I: Winston, Jeff, Wiggins, Orean,
Williams, Valerie, Williams, Gloria, Zae-
gel, Carol, Wildauer, Anita, Williamson.
Maynard, Woodside, JefT Not pictured:
Williams, Ken, Williams, Joan, Williams
Deborah, Williams, Joe, Willis, James,
Wilson, Deborah, Wolf, Sandra, WollT,
Steve, Ziegenfuss, Mark
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ROW 3: Ahlvin, Mark: Anderson, Vinton:
Aaron, Stephen: Appel, Adrienne: Bell,
Karla: Akins, Debra: Adams, Cora-
Lynne: Bailey, Toni: Anderson, JelT:
Anderson, Bill ROW 2: Barrett, James:
Beeks, Earl: Barsky, Jeff: Barkley,
Stephen: Balestreri, Jim: Banks, Tim:
Bailey, Sandra: Askew, Wanda: Beitch,
Mark ROW l: Arnold, Judy: April,
Linda: Ashley, Sandra: Adams, Delores:
Allen, Ruby: Ballard, Becky: Bauer, Deb-
bie: Allen, Elfrieda: Adkisson, Glenn Not
pictured: Bearden, Lisa: Abrams, Ron:
Anderson, Sheri: Barrett, Karen
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ROW 3: Weber, Wendy: Wade, Diane:
White, Daria: Wiederholt, Lindl: Weis-
berg, Maxine: White, Mary Anne:
Wheeler, Geoffrey: Whelan, Ned: Wein-
garten, Arnold: Wakefield, Nathan ROW
2: Vaccaro, Chris: Weinberg, Cynthia:
Trattner, Donna: Wice, Suzanne: Tyler,
Michelle: Tyler, Adrienne: Vaughn
Sharon: Vaughn, Pamela: Witsell, Leslie:
Vossen, Mark ROW I: Vickers, Steven:
White, Shirley: Gammon, Donna: Wil-
liams, Betty: Ward, Denise: Walton
Donna: Waits, Theresa: Whitener, lris:
Weathers, Ray: Vaughn, Randolf: Tyson
Garth Not pictured: Vaughn, Gwendolyn'
ROW 3: Bresnahan, Charles: Bruening,
Robert: Brooks, Allen: Best, Randall:
Burman, Howard: Branch, Edgar:
Buchanana, Deborah ROW 2: Bockmier,
Jim: Bernstein, Joni: Burke, Peggy: Bur-
nette, Karol: Bogan, Linda: Bowling,
Deborah: Butler, Debra: Bryant, Mi-
chael ROW I: Brown, Sharon: Bellucci,
Niki: Berk, Barbara: Brooks, Keith:
Blackman, Frank: Bickham, Paul: Belle,
Ronald: Bertish, Gerald Not pictured:
Blackman, Jim: Brown, Sharon: Bullock,
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Merit Scholarship D'ci'rZl'-FfI1Cl1l.SlS
Mary Dickinson Robert Enders Jeremy Garber Mark Greenberg
Lori Hanlan Nina Melechen Donald Moonshine
Steven Storozum Phillip Van Neste
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ROW 3: Brenda Freedman, Linda Berns, Mary Winker, James Wilson, Linda Hendin, Mark DeWolfe,
Larry Cornfeld, Howard Presser ROW 2: Sioux Rafky, Joanne Epstein, Linda April, Debra Rennard,
Steve Marbain, Valerie Smith, Sheila Britton, Barry Sokolik ROW l: Pam Cox, Laurie Sabol, Debi
Kahn, Lorie Hanlan, Fran Madeson, Dave Neumann, Mar Sokolik-Director, Barbara Winthrop
The main function of the Drama Club is to allow students the
freedom to use their creativity and imagination. It is a club
where experimentation is made possible. This year the Drama
Club's first major production was "Flowers for Algernon," the
stage version of "Charly." The production was entirely student
managed by director Mar Sokolik. The club sponsor was Mrs.
Folk Dance Club
ROW 4: Bruce Lassar, Douglas Sidel,,Paul Wheeler, Geoffrey Wheeler, Mark DeWolfeg Tim Lorenz, Pres
ident ROW 3: Mary Dickinson, Eddie Hadas, Eric Rolfe, Jill Lorenz, Fabian Attoun, Michael Lyss ROW 2
Harriet Colonna, Vicki Guilford, Shauna Feely, Debbie Hadas, Charlie Eisen, Bill Bleish, Jaina Best ROW l
Nancy Shatzman, Laura Sidel, Nina Melechen, Julie Goodman, Carolyn Harford, Mary Raber, Pam Rosen
thal, Marla Stulman, Danny Winslow NOT PICTURED: Randy Best
Folk Dance Club meets for those students who are interested
in learning dances from different countries. Dances come from
such countries as Russia, Israel, Greece, Arabia and many
A typical Friday session draws nearly twenty dancers. This
provides people the chance to learn new dances and enjoy more
familiar ones. New- dances are taught by members of the Inter-
national Folk Dance Association.
Anyone interested in joining or visiting a dance session may
do so. Folk dancing is also olfered Saturday evenings by the
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ROW 2: Ron Steiner, Alan Leavitt, Eve Kahn, Dennis Zaretsky ROW l: Michael Chollet-Co-
chairman, David Hamblin, Larry Cornfeld, Eugene Carter NOT PICTUREDZ Becky Heaton, Judy
Magidsonsffo-chairman, Gayle Rybolt, Patty Stansbrough
The U. City Guitarist Guild is made up of people who want to
improve their guitar playing, who want to help others learn
guitar, and who just want to sing. The purpose ofthe Guild is to
give the members a chance to better their understanding of the
- guitar, its music, and its techniques. Besides just sitting around
and "jamming', the Guitarist Guild puts on programs at various
schools and other places. This gives the group the experience of
playing together and leading songs.
Marcia Kornblum, Secretaryg Rick Ehrlich, Presidentg Chris Heckendorn, Vice-President
ROW 3: David Jobe, Managerg Keith Hyman, Uniform Manager ROW 2: Ruby Curry, Secretary:
Perry Fuller, Publicityg Leslie Stricker, Uniform Manager: Bee Drews, Librarian ROW I: Diane
Kahn, Publicityg Kenneth Allen, Captaing Annette Callen, Assistant Librarian
Joel Campbell, President: Joanie Sacks, Vice-President: Michael Lyss, Secretary-Treasurer
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Row l: Diane Kahn, Terri Pillars
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Donna Harris, Phoebe Cirio, Regina Adkins, .lovanar Buford Marc Meyer,
-Co-Captain, Linda Miller. Sioux Rafky NOT PICTURED: Drum Major
Marching Band Council
ROW 3: David Jobe, Marc Meyer, Bee Drews, Perry Fuller, Keith Hyman ROW 2: Brad R. Karoll,
Paul Durham, Leslie Stricker, Marc Kaiser ROW l: Mary Ann Meyer, Diane Kahn, Donna Harris,
Mr. Larry Thomas,
Eric Burse Linda Hendm
Eugene Carter Karen Johnston
Robert Ebert Eve Kahn
Richard Ehrlich Marcia Kornblum
Lorraine Garfield Elizabeth Parks
Audrey Goldstein Sheila Radman
Christine Heckendorn Carol Schlef
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Roger W. Warner, Conductor
SAXOPHONES: Gerald Axelbaum, Lori Hyman-lst alto, Martin Ehrlich-2nd alto, Bruce Gale-lst tenor,
Barry KapIan'f2nd tenorg Earl Beeks-baritone TRUMPETS: Scott Blackflstg Keith Ridenhour-f2ndg
Jerold Schucart -3rd, Don MoonshineA4th TROMBONES: Keith Hyman-lst, Dan Garrettf2nd3 Mare
Kaiserff3rdg TUBA: David .lobe DRUMS: Matt Hennessy GUITAR: Pat Hennessy: BASS GUITAR: Mark
Rennard PIANO: Jerry Sorkin
FLUTES: Annette Callen, Bee Drews, Lynn Harrison, Fay Hirshe, Iris Schankman, Leslie Stricker CLARI-
NETS: Allan Goodman, Lori Hyman, Ellen Rubin, Barbara Smith SAXOPHONES: Gerald Axelbaum, Jeff
Dalin, George Mellman, Ron Speigelman TRUMPETS: Mark Ahlvin, Scott Black, Paul Durham, Randy Hy-
man, Brad Karrol, Don Moonshine, Keith Ridenhour, Jim Stokes BARITONES: Bill Hopson, Marc Kaiser,
Jack Kirkland TROMBONES: Dan Garrett, Keith Hyman TUBAS: David Jobe, Peter Price PERCUSSION:
Ken Allen, Bill Holloway, Steve Pascal, Gary Schwartz, Scott Waxman CONDUCTOR: Marc Meyer,
SPONSOR: Mr. Larry Thomas
Conductor, David Shipman
Black Student Union: Central Committee
ROW 2 Frank Richards, Gaylen Sandenson, Gary Lynn Jones ROW l: Kent Blalock-President Ben
Ridley Betty Harris, Bert Steed, Alvin Walker-Vice-President NOT PICTURED: Etta Jackson
The Black Student Union is an organization created to serve
the Black students at U. City. The purposes of the BSU az : to:
promote racial pride and dignityg foster Black unity through
identityg encourage improvement in scholarship, create an in-
terest and understanding of Black cultureg strive to rid the
school and community of racism, and help all people appreciate
the beauty of Blackness.
The Ministry of Information and Culture worked to inform
the Black students in the high school of national and local
developments and events concerning Black people. This was done
by a series of political education classes presented after school,
and by means of periodic newsletters edited by Etta Jackson.
The bulletin board also helped inform students where interesting
cultural activities were to be held. Ben Ridley headed the
A number of parties were given by the BSU. One was given
after services sponsored in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A series of parties were given to raise money for the Black
Panther Political Prisoner Defense Fund.
A program of tutoring for Blacks was also undertaken. The
program located outstanding Black students in the school and
asked them to tutor others who had requested help.
Mark Greenberg, Deborah Dalin, Frank Richards, Larry Cornfeld, Mr. James Lanman NOT PIC
TURED Mr. Robert Alexander
When Student Council was dissolved in May, 1970, there was
clearly a need for something to fill the void. In the searching
period that followed the concept of Student Government evolved.
This concept was originally developed by seniors Mark Green-
berg and Ed Adelman . . . others joined in the planning stages,
to develop the final concept of administration, faculty, and stu-
dents functioning as a unilied school rather than as individual
organizations. This has been largely an experimental year as far
as government and decision making, busily searching out the
"could" and "could nots" of this type of system. The school
government consists of four boardsfActivities, Curriculum, Rules
and Regulations, and School Relations, which meet weekly with
a committee of nine students, three faculty members, and one
administrator per board. The olTicer from each board, the school
government sponsor, and the principal make up the coordinating
board which totals the findings of each board at the end of each
week. In this fashion, the school should be kept informed as to
things happening throughout the building, at every level. With
the help of a willing administration, a cooperative faculty, and
a unique student body-a devoted sponsor and four "giving"
chairmen-we have taken one giant step forward. It is greatly
hoped that the work of this year's school government will serve
as a springboard for substantial achievements in years to come,
and as a possible better method for other school systems to im-
A clivities Board
ROW 2: Mr. James Lanman, Jeff Dalin, Janis Smith, Larry Cornfeld, Chairmang Miss Ellen Rahn
ROW l: Mark DeWolfe, Linda Hendin, Secretaryg Janet Cupples, Susie Holtzman, Denise Pattiz,
Yvette Albright NOT PICTURED: Mr. Earl Beeks, Miss Virginia Dicus, Mr. Paul Wright.
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ROW 2: Mr. James Lanman, Robert Enders, Audrey Goldstein, Linda Berns, Mrs. Karen Jackson,
Mr. Richard Bagenstos ROW l: Bill Bleish, Sharon Lieberman, Mark Greenberg, Chairmang Joanne
Feldman, Tom Winokur NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Shirley Kung, Mr. John Woll, Calvin Young
Rules ana' Regulations Board
ROW 2: Paul Fowler, Frank Richards, Chairman: Mr. Hugh Burns, Mr. Henry Kaltenthaler, Mr.
James Lanman ROW l: Alan Leavitt, Hope Tinker, Adie Goldberg NOT PICTURED: Kent Blalock,
Richard Dabney, Mark Friedman, Mr. Frank Kegel, Mrs. Mary Paznokas,
School Relations Board
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ROW 3: Bernie Fields, James Wilson, Mr. David Page ROW 2: Laurie
Friedman, Lori Hyman, Mr.
Hugh Burns ROW l: Mr. James Lanman, Edward Adelman, Deborah Dalin, Barbara Sundland NOT
PICTURED: Mr. Robert Alexander, Mr. Donald Axt, Becky Bierman, R0
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ROW 2 Tim Lorenzg William Massey-6th boardg Larry Cornfeld, Paul Wheeler ROW l: Robert Enders
President lst boardg Daniel Winslow, Vice-President-2nd boardg Michael Sollot-3rd board Mark San
ord 4th board: Eddie Hadas-5th board
Although some sophomores expressed disbelief when an-
nouncements concerning the Chess Team began coming over
the P.A., juniors and seniors for at least those that had heard
P.A. announcementsj were aware that U. City has a strong Chess
Team. St. Louis champions for three years, the Indians had to
content themselves with second place last year, but they hope to
establish supremacy over the other St. Louis area schools again
Two years ago U. City tied for fifth and sixth place in the
National High School Championship in New York. That year,
filled with such accomplishments as a victory over Washington
University, U. City had both the Missouri State and St. Louis
champions on its team.
The high school matches are played on Wednesdays and con-
sist often games, with each member of the five man team play-
ing two games with his opponent on the other team.
ROW 2 Scott Price, Jim Wilson,.Phil Van Neste, Vice-Presidentg Marcia Kornblum ROW I Jeff
Gale Presidentg Chris Phillips, Stan Payzer, Mr. Rick Burns, Sponsor NOT PICTURED: Linda Kell
Louis Shieber, Ellen Steinberg
Four important skills come out of participating in this mind-
stimulating activity: lj facility in analyzing arguments and issues
in a logical and systematic mannerg 23 ability in supporting a
point of view by using relevant evidenceg 35 poise, coherency,
and organization in persuading a group of people to accept a
plan of action, and 45 facility in asking elfective questions to de-
rive direct, satisfactory responses.
At the beginning of the year, meetings are designed to ac-
quaint new members with the national high school debate topic
of the year. Later in the year, less frequently-held meetings are
spent on polishing technique and discussing previous debates.
When a school participates in a league competition, a four-
man team must be present. Each team divides into affirmative
and negative squads of two debaters each. Both squads debate
twice at the six meets. Sponsors from other schools judge the
G0 and Cribbage Gaming Society
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Geoffrey Wheeler-Keeper of the Stones ROW 2: Judah Garber-Harbinger fAlias: The Phantom
Precursorj, Randy BestfLocal Hexaflexagod, Debbie HadaseQueen of Spades ROW 1: Bill Bleisch-
President, Paul Fowler-Lord High Pendragon and Chief Procrastinator, Ron LeveneFounding
Father and Honorary Secretary of Under Affairs, T. W. Lorenz-Founding Grandfather and Token
Iconoclast ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE: Harold Krisher-Ambassador to Cesspool
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Jim Wilson, Chris Phillips, Larry Goldman, Mrs. Jo Anne Fritz!Sponsor
ROW 3: Phillip Sonenschien, Boy's Sports: James Wilson, Candidsg Michael Lyss, Lay-out: Gerald
lnukai, Lay-out ROW 2: Marcia Kornblum, Clerical: Allan Grafman, Ads: Ruby Curry, Girls' Sports:
Linda Berns, Art: Ann Stokes, Ads ROW l: Larry Cornfeld, Photography: Beth Ladin, Editor: Nancy
Shatzman, Editor: Jeremy Garber, Literary Editor: Mary Entwistle, Ads
ROW 2: Lorraine Garfield, Clerical: Linda Hendin, Clerical: Harriet Colonna,
Candidsg Larry Roesler, Photography ROW l: .loanie Sacks, Sales: Michele
Evans, Clerical: Sheila Britton, Clerical: Alan l eavitt, Photography
Miss Wilda Flint, Sponsor
ROW 2 Eddie Hadas, Mark DeWolfe, Phillip Van Neste, .lim Wilson ROW I: Shauna Feely, Jaina
Best Nina Melechen-Editor, Linda Strominger NOT PICTURED: Earl Brigham, Marty Ehrlich,
Leslie Flum, Joy Goldwasser, Don Moonshine
The literary magazine of University City Senior High is pub-
lished by a group of students dedicated to the furthering of
prospective literary talent. These students volunteer to edit the
creative writings. The magazine fosters communications among
the students of U. City by providing them with an opportunity to
read works by their contemporaries.
The material that has been submitted to the literary magazine
is reviewed by the editors. They decide what to publish and what
to discard. The magazine is then run off at the Ward Building
and distributed free-of-charge to the students through advisories.
ui!! and Scroll
ROW 4 Michael Lyss, Tom Winokur, Phil Sonenschieng David Robinson, Bruce Lassar ROW 3 Mary
Entwistle .lim Wilson, Bob Cohen, Beth Ladin, Ruby Curry ROW 2: Linda Berns, Ken Winokur
Sarah Moqrdhorst, Joel Goldstein, Susan Holtzman, Nancy Shatzman ROW l: Miss Pam Helm Miss
Wilda Flint, Jane Zinner, Marni Sandweiss, Ann Kaufman, Eliot Hoffman, Terri Engel NOT PIC
TURED Mary Dickinson, Jerry Briner, Daniel Winslow, Suzanne Magee.
The Quill and Scroll Society is the U. City branch of an inter-
national honorary society for high school journalists. Its purpose
is to encourage and reward individual student achievement in
journalism and school publications. Over ten thousand high
schools participate in the organization. Only a high school that
publishes a newspaper, yearbook, or magazine may apply for
admittance. The Society maintains high standards and individual
membership in it is an honor.
The U. City Chapter of the Quill and Scroll has only formally
organized itself this year. Its members are composed of members
from the staffs of Dial, Tom-Tom, and the Magazine. Miss
Pamela Heim and Miss Wilda Flint are the sponsors. To date
the members have been so busy with their specific publications
that there has been no time for activities.
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coming suggestions .ind criticisms in the form of Staff' fUUlCf1"1l'hl'H-RW"F"fW'Xflf'-,'l',"""A"
Letters to the I'ditor. All unsigned editorials represent
a staff position.
Garliar, Aiidriji' Goldstein, Jon Hurwllz, Pam
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.n Joel Goldstein ........ Editor-in-Chief
XS Martha Sandweiss .... Managing Editor
'uw' Susie Holtzman ..... Business Manager
Miss Pam Heim . . . ......... Sponsor
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Associate News Editors . ,,,....., Linda Berns,
Siaff Mark Ilwwnljv, Salli' Klassirig, Miki'
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- FIV4 TURF EDITOR SARAH MORDHORST
SPORTS EDITOR ........... . DA VE ROBINSON
Associate Sports Editor, ii. i . . Phil Sonnenschein
Girls Sports Editor, ,, ............ Ruby Curry
Staff - Larri' C0fI1'fl'ILI, JuffDi1Iin, Kan Gnld-
rrvin, Alan Goodrnari, Mark Kaiser, Sid
Sclicukiirr, BillSl1apirn, Clarvnca Tcctcrs, George
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ....... TOM WINOKUR
Sraff - Jim Eisun. Tom Eisau, ,4i'iI:'starx0r1,
Stare Kramer, Stem' Singer,
AD VER TISING MA NA GIJRS ....... BOB COHEM
TERRI ENGEL, ELIOT HOFFMAN
SUZANNE MA GEE
Sm!! - .lim Corrzhlcwt, Bernie Fields, Annalee
Greenberg, I..l'III19 Malavari, Linda Leipzigel.
PROMOTIONAL ARTEDITORS. .. LINDA BERNS,
EXCHANGE EDITORS ...... LOUISE KA UFMAM
CLERICAL EDITORS ......... .IUDYASKUVICH
CIRCULATION MANAGERS ..... TOM LUCKEY,
NEWS BUREAU GENERAL MANAGERS... JERRY
BREINER, JANE ZINNER
SPECIAL PROJECTS DIRECTOR ....... SHA RON
A merican Field S erviee
ROW 3 Ellen Steinberg, Andi Dansker, Sandy Tischler, Suzanne Wice, Mr. David Littman ROW 2
Davine Kupper, Elyce Burnstein, Laurie Friedman, Gary Stern ROW l: Maria Lourenco, Kay Schec
ter Ellen Rosenblatt, Presidentg Adie Goldberg, Ann Kaufman, Peggy Scheuer NOT PICTURED
The '70-'71 year of the American Field Service had an enthu-
siastic beginning because ofthe arrival of Maria Lourenco, The
year continued with fund raisers, socials, and old fashioned fun.
Maria was introduced to the community with a formal recep-
tion and to the student chapter with a barbeque. Later in the
year, Maria was formally introduced to the school at the A.F.S.
Assembly. Also at this time all the American Field Service stu-
dents in the St. Louis area spent a day visiting at U.C.
Fund raisers consisted of twice-weekly donut sales, the annual
Pancake Breakfast, and the sale of greeting cards during the
Since the purpose of the American Field Service is to better
understanding and communication throughout the world, a
progressive dinner was held to enable U. City students to meet
with foreign students, and for the fun ofit.
This year's foreign exchange student is Maria Lourenco from
Cataguases, Brazil. Maria is here through the efforts of the
American Field Service which organized many fund raisers.
The main purpose of her visit to America is learning about
American culture: our language, our customs, our people. She
has succeeded well in the Hrst category.
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As for the people here, once we stop asking the same old '
questions such as, "Isn't Brazil where they speak that strange h
language Portuguese?" she thinks we're great. Pigl "V'
Foreign Students Committee
ROW 3: Robert Enders, Phillip VanNeste, Axel Breckwoldt, George Leonard, Roberto Carr, Joseph
Goldfeld ROW 2: Jim Wilson, Linda Berns, Lori Hyman, Gilbert Dupuy, Maria Lourenco, Diane
Rousos, Lisa Ku ROW l: Fabian Attoun, Chris Phillips, Eva Lin, Christianne Dupuy, Angela Roberts,
Nadia Nussbaum NOT PICTURED: Po Chang, Julie Goodman, Irene Kolivaki, Johnson Ku, Abu
Sheriff, Agnes Wong, Budamir Zwolanek
The Foreign Student Committee was started this year by Abu
Sheriff to acquaint foreign students with each other and with
other American students. Most people do not realize that out of
approximately thirty foreign students in U. City, only one is from
AFS. Foreign students at U. City for various reasons, do not
usually make many American friends. It is possible to go through
two or three years at U. City without making American friends
other than casual acquaintances.
The Foreign Student Committee met on Fridays to plan fun
activities for the weekends. Both American and foreign students
met together on Sundays. The group played soccer several times
at Heman Park, had a pot luck supper at the houses of various
members, including the sponsor, Mrs. Jacobs.
Another important facet of the committee was to improve the
English of the foreign students. Everyone was supposed to speak
English during the meetings and activities, and a tutoring pro-
gram was set up to help with difficult subjects that require much
reading. Learning was a two way process. American students got
an opportunity to use the language they were studying in school,
and foreign students used their English more often.
ROW 4: Harvey Lapidus, Neil Diboll, George Reiter, Steve Goldberg, Harry Gornick, .lim Hamilton,
JelT Zuke ROW 3: Mark Kloeckner, Roberta Reynolds, Mary Winker, Deborah Buchanan, Jeff Russell,
Gerald Inukai ROW 2: Herr KleinmSponsor, Nancy Shatzman, Ann Likens, Angela Roberts, Gerry
Shcolnik, Kathy Paton, Joan Williams, Grace Chipman ROW l: Art Von Luger GerhardfVice-
President, Linda Strominger-Secretary, Frank Richards-President, Daniel WinslowiTreasurer
NOT PICTURED: JelTGoldstein
Under the leadership of Herr Wallace Klein and President
Frank Richards D a s D e u t s c h e V e r i e n is experiencing
its sixteenth year. Its membership is composed of first, second
and third year German students. The purpose of the club is to
experience as many German festivals and customs as are possible
in the United States and to simply have fun.
The first project was a talk by Steve Goldberg who told
about his summer experiences in Deutschland through slides.
This was followed by the fall Ausiiug, or outing, which took
place in Forest Park. Herr Klein, in his Lederhosen, supervised
the cooking. Then in December, the last afternoon of school
before vacation, there was the Weinachtsfest, or Christmas
Party, where we sang German songs and ate German food.
Later in the year another Ausflug, in the spring, and a meeting
with German exchange students throughout the St. Louis area
were planned. Last year's stamp collection for an epileptic hos-
pital in Germany was continued.
ROW 4: Lester Mankofsky, Douglas Sidel, Billy Shapiro, Steve Goldberg, Howard Burman, Eli Montague
ROW 3: Mayor Parker, Edward Adelman, Mark Greenberg, Janet, Babette Levy, Scott Portnoff ROW 2:
Marianne Madeson, Jeremy Garber, Jerrold Schucart, Ruth Kohm, Carol Goldstein, Pamela Rosenthal
ROW l: Shari Klayman, David Rubin, Arlene Rosenthal, Barbara Winthrop, Fabian Attoun NOT PIC-
TURED: Harriet Colonna
The newly created Hebrew Club was open to any student in-
terested in the Hebrew language and culture or the State of
Israel. The group originated in the Hebrew classes, among stu-
dents who felt they could learn extra-curricular setting.
The programs included a discussion led by a Middle East ex-
pert on the conflict between Arabs and Jews, and an Israeli meal.
ROW 2: Paul Fowler, Bill Bleisch, Michael Lyss ROW l: Nancy Shatzman, Miss Evelyn
PattersonfSponsor, Phyllis Lugger, Michelle Jen
A new addition to the high school, this group of students has
undertaken the study of the Greek language. The dialect studied
is ancient Greek ofthe Attic period.
The group meets once a week on Tuesdays or Wednesdays to
lit the schedules of both the teacher and the students. Miss Pat-
terson, the Latin teacher, agreed to teach this class upon request
from a few interested students.
Although normal school work interferes with a routine study,
the hope of the students is to gain some foundation in the intricate
structure of Greek.
A former U. C. student, Rick Newton, came to school in De-
cember to show some slides he had taken during his stay in
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Laurie Friedman, Lincoln Mayer, Bob Sieberf President ROW l: Gayle Rybolt, Leslie Moonshme.
Andi Dansker. Mark Beitch, Gary Beitch
The purpose ofthe Spanish Club is to plan meaningful activi-
ties that encourage fellowship among Spanish students. The
activities usually reflect a Spanish Havor, but not always. Activi-
ties have included a fall picnic, a Spanish dinner, and ice skating.
The Club planned various reports and slide programs to study
culture. The final project was a dinner at a Latin American res-
taurant in the spring.
A uclio- Visual Club
Chester King, Bob Raleigh
ROW 2: Steve Storozum,-Secretary, Jim Wilson, Eric Richman, Steve Goldberg-Pornography Edi-
tor ROW l: Mark Friedman, Charlie Gale, Larry Cornfeld-Head Usher and Ticket-taker, Phil
Sonenschein-Tribune NOT PICTU RED: Ted Lorenz, Tim Lorenz
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Susie Garrity, Secretaryg Phil VanNeste, Jim Wilson ROW l: Chris Phillipsg John Owens, Presidentg
Steve Goldberg, Chief Engineer
S rage Crew
ROW 2: Larry Goldman, Peter Stix, George Leonard, Bob Grossman, Howard Bass ROW l: Morey
Gers, Larry Roesler, Axel Breckwoldt, Steve Storozum NOT PICTURED: Gerald lnukai, Jim Kissane
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ROW 2: Larry Roesler, Dr. David Leventhal, James Wilson ROW l: Rhonda Korol, Phyllis Luggerl
ROW 3: Douglas Sidel, Jerrold Schucart, Barry Sokolik, Paggy Burke ROW 2: Marlene Sokolikl
Presidentg Val Smith, Gerry Shcolnik, Terry Wood, 2nd Vice-Presidentg Dr. David Leventhal,
Sponsor ROW l: Debra Rennard, lst Vice-President: Niki Belluci, Barbara Winthrop, David Rubin
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Shanker Stephanie Brown, Sheila Britton, Howard Burman, Truman Beard ROW I: Arvis Lynch
Renee Johnson, Vicki Leon, Janet Gentry, Robin Ehrlich
The office monitors were the volunteers who devoted an hour
of their services everyday to helping the various oflices of the
school run smoothly. These students assisted in the main office,
guidance oftice, clinic, and attendance oflice. Errands were run,
temperatures were taken, attendance slips were picked up, rec-
ords were iiled, band-aids were given out, and telephones were
answered. U. City assistants were always on the job ready to help
make our school run effectively in all aspects of its operation.
Yes, these dedicated monitors were the pride of their respective
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ROW 4: Brenda Baker, Daisy X. Carter, Harry Gornick, Bill Shapiro, Anne Giraud, Steve Tenzer,
Barney Grossberg, Paul Glickert ROW 3: Fabian Attoun, Pamela Paige, Ruby Curry, Renee Johnson,
Lorraine Garfield, Judy Kaplan, Ava Salniker, Nate Stone, Joanie Sacks ROW 2: Melba Adkins, Yvette
Albright, Terri Pillars, Marsha Toll, Gail Satz, Debbi Kuhn, Robin Berman, Terri Ross ROW l: Ken-
neth AllenfVice President, Arvis Lynch, Vickie Cuttler-President, Bunne GellmaneTreasurer NOT
PICTURED: Kristi Kuhn
Pep Club helped to initiate spirit at U. City this year. Its aim
was to promote spirit, pride, and involvement in school activities.
A car wash was held in early September to raise money for the
All fall sports teams were introduced at the Fall Pep Assembly.
Buttons, derbies, and shakers were sold by the Pep Club. Pep
pals were introduced. One girl was secretly assigned to each
athlete. Her job was to "pep" up her pal by writing notes, baking
cookies, or painting a sign for him before games. Car caravans
were formed for the away football games and the spirit commit-
tee decorated the boys' locker room before the home games.
Wigwam and Pep Club worked together on Homecoming. The
winter sports season opened with a Winter Pep Assembly where
the soccer, wrestling, swimming, gymnastics, and basketball
teams were introduced.
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ROW 4: Jennifer Roscoe, Mary Ann Love, Ruby Curry, Donnie Harris ROW 3: Jeanette Liggins,
Edith Webster, Karol Burnett, Carol Webster, Betty Harris ROW 2: Deborah Fields, Gretchen Keith,
Pam Harris, Pauletta Cade ROW l: Terri Pillars, Susan Wright, Yvette Albright, Marilyn Baker,
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Hyatt, Steve Tenzer, Harry Gornick ROW l: Don Scott,
Terry Glazier, Mike White, Robbie Cassell, Larry Cornfeld,
Wigwam Junior Board
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Goodman, Elaine Zemel, Sandy Sufhan, Nancy Shucart ROW 3: Richard Decker, Donnie Harris, Carol Web-
ster, Jennifer Roscoe, Janice Golfstein, Ellen Schainblatt, Terri Ross, Nate Stone, Terri Engel ROW 2: Bon-
nie Rogers, Karen Zaltman, Ellen Dorb, Elise Ellick, Janis Smith, Marilyn Baker, Judy Magidson, Allynson
Graham, Jacci Chinsky ROW l: Larry Slate-President, Barb Beck, Debi Kahn, Jane Kahn, Judy Kaplan-
Vice-President, Anne GiraudfSecretary-Treasurer, Hulda Singleton, Mr. Rick Burns-Sponsor
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ROW 3 Left to Right: Ken Winokur, Carl Brody, David Aiken, Craig Schwartz, Peter Hay, Coach
Richard Scoville. ROW 2: Roger Berger, Pat Hennessy, Nate Stone, Steve Tenzer, Gerald Axelbaum,
David Goldman. ROW l: Larry Slate, Ricky Goldman, Ron Walker, Mike White, Bob Craig, Tom
y M Although the season ended on a disappointing note, the
-'MW l97O Water Polo Indians played exceptionally well compiling
V Jiv A a 13-2 record, the best since 1965. After crushing Principia
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G loss to Clayton. However, the Indians recovered and went
, xlg, 'i " X if .A "'i cf on to win their next eight games, beating Country Day, Lind-
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due ftwicej. These victories set the stage for the regular sea-
' " son finale, a long awaited rematch with the Clayton Grey-
I il hounds. U. City had not beaten Clayton for 5 years, but this
time the Indians broke the jinx decisively. The Greyhounds moved to an early lead but U. City rallied.
Steve Tenzer out-maneuvered his opponent, sped half the length of the pool and scored. A long lead pass
from Mike White set up a clear breakaway for Bob Craig, who scored with just 7 seconds left in the first
half. This tied the score. U. City grabbed the lead in the second half, and outplayed Clayton during the
rest ofthe game to earn a well deserved P4 victory.
The Tankmen then moved on to the District Tournament fheld at U. Cityls Natatoriumj. They had high
hopes of winning, and envisioned a final round showdown with Clayton
for the title.
Having drawn a bye in the Hrst round, U. City defeated Affton and took
on Ladue in the semi-final game. The Rams were fired up and left U.
City 5 goals behind at the half. The Indians rallied strongly on Pat Hen-
nessy's 3 straight goals. However, the Indians fell a goal short and were 5
eliminated as contestants for the championship. Clayton defeated Ladue .fsf
for the district title, and U. City rebounded to beat Webster Groves for
The 1970 Water Polo Indians could boast of many outstanding individual performers in addition to
their excellent team performance. Mike White, an Honorable Mention High School All American in I969,
was named this year to the first string All District Team, along with shallow water goalie Larry Slate. Pat
Hennessy, Steve Tenzer, and Ron Walker earned second string All District honors. They were the high
scorers for the Indians. along with White, Craig, and Junior Ricky Goldman who developed into a major
threat both offensively and defensively. Tom Winokur, inexplicably excluded from All District recogni-
tion was a standout in the deep goal and proved to have one of the best records for area goalies. The Polo-
men also had bench strength in Senior David Goldman and Junior Roger Berger.
The Indians, although defeated in their try for the area supremacy have a seemingly bright future with
returning Juniors Goldman and Berger. The excellent attitude of the 1970 Water Polo Indians was cer-
tainly one ofthe year's bright spots.
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University City Clayton
University City Lindbergh
University City Webster Groves
University City Berkeley
University City Ladue
University City Hancock
University City Alfton
University City Clayton
'University City Affton
'University City Ladue
ROW 3 Left to Right: Neal Novack, Glen Whitley, Mike Bryant, Jeff Zuke, Bernie Sheil, Joe Romano,
Coach .lim Hoskins, Coach Dick Greenblat, Head Coach Henry Buffa, Coach Jim Anderson, Glen
Adkisson, Mike Cunningham, John Corson, Edgar Branch, Frank McGhee. ROW 2: Manager Steve
Oberman, Roy Brown, Manuel Banks, Craig Gammon, Don Cross, Ronald Evans, Maury Winter, Bob
Finnegan, Win Pickens, Marshal Nelson, Don Edwards, Tom Lucky, Reuben Williams, Ernest Yates.
ROW l: Reuben Johnson, Merril Gardner, Errol Dunnigan, Clifford Bailey, Artie Hill, Tim Jones,
Barney Grosberg, Bob Watson, Joe Solomon, Greg Ryland, Grover Shelton, Ron Spiegelman, Larry
Martin, Mark Sonderman.
The year l970 will not be remembered in the annals of U. City football history. Inexperience tonly 5
returning lettermeni and a long list of injuries to key personnel took their toll as the Indians lost all eight
Almost all of U. City's opponents were rated in the area's top 20. The Gridders were defeated but made
a creditable showing in the opener against powerful Normandy, losing 38-21. The Indians were sub-
sequently defeated by Parkway Central, Parkway West, Mehlville, Lindbergh, and Webster Groves in one
Only twice during the season did U. City come close. In the Homecoming game, traditionally against
Ladue, a hope for upset victory seemed possible when the Indians tied the score at the half on a thrilling
60 yard pass from quarterback Barney Grosberg to split end Joe Solomon. In the second half, the Rams
powerful ground attack continually split the Indian defense for long gainers: the final score 37-7. Against
Kirkwood, U. City was again very much in the game until the second half, when the Pioneers asserted
their dominance and emerged victorious.
The Indians never let down as the spirit and the guts of the players was always evident. Morale was
good and all gave 100921.
If the team's record was below par, the performance of individuals was not. As usual, the Indians had
several fine stars. Joe Solomon led the team in scoring and provided many exciting moments while run-
ning the deep pass pattern. He was nominated to the All League Second Team at split end. Grover Shelton
received an Honorable Mention at defensive tackle despite his missing several games with an injured
shoulder. Barney Grosberg, who led the team at quarterback was All League Honorable Mention at that
position and was selected hrst team punter. Other standout players were Bob Watson, Errol Dunnigan,
and Tim Jones. Special Mention should also be made of the ten sophomores on the varsity team and
particularly Mike Bryant, Jeff Zuke, Mike Cunningham and Glen Adkisson who saw considerable action
in starting roles. Hope for a revival of U. City football fortunes rests in players like these sophomores.
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Polette ROW I: Dave Weinstein, Richard Beaudoin, Alec Karros, Roger Gollub, Kevin Mueller, .lohn
Kovar NOT PICTURED: Irv Goldenberg, Mike Palmer, Gunther Smith, Clarence Teeters
The 1970 season of Coach Charlie Beck's cross country team
can be described in only one word: Frustrating. The Indians started
the season with the knowledge that they possessed talent and the
ability to win. From the first they seemed to have run consistently
into bad luck. The team was defeated decisively by Webster Groves,
Lindbergh, and Kirkwood. Parkway West, Parkway Central, Mehl-
ville, and Ladue, each defeated the Indians by a single point. The
Indians finally ran up to their potential against CBC, winning 20-
40. Thus, with a bit of luck, U. City's IM7 record might easily
have been 5-3.
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City's runners were less fortunate at District, failing to place any-
one in the top ten.
Seniors Kevin Mueller and Team Captain Mike Palmer were
the top scorers and most consistent performers for the team. Soph-
omore Roger Gollub and Juniors Alec Karros and David Wein-
stein also were valuable additions. These runners are top prospects
for next years team.
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ROW 2: Matt Hennessy, Mike Kinsella, David Bernstein ROW l: Eric Stassevich, Steve Singer, Jim
Hamilton, John Powell
Although the sophomore water polo team finished with a
moderate 8a7 record, the squad showed continual improvement
throughout the season. They finished fourth in a District Tourna-
ment. The varsity squad should be provided with good talent for
next season, with solid players like Matt Hennessy and Mike
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Byron Cohen, Nate Wakefield, Terry Speed ROW 2: Ed Lawrence, David Schimmel, Dan Marshall,
Robert Wilform, Paul Goldstein, Ned Whelan, Jeff Woodside, Dave Smith, Albert Smith ROW l:
Manager Ken Lowe, Barry Newberg, George Sinkfield, Robert States, Bob Murphy, Craig Osterberg,
Earl Beeks, Keith Guttin, Ralph Kern, Howard Johnson
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ROW 2: Manager George Reiter, George Blackmar, Win Pickens, Keith Forniss, Grover Shelton,
Charlie House, Bill Shapiro, Frank Mischeaux ROW I: Charlie Chinn, Maury Weiner, Dave Robin-
son, Herman Allen, John Kovar, Bob Ellman, Gerald Campbell
1970-'71 was a year of ups and downs for the U. City basketball Indians. The team's inconsistency,
a constant source of irritation, caused many people to lose sight of the fact that in past years, there
had been no "ups" at allg only "downs." For the '70-'71 Indians' triumph, as well as bitter frustra-
tion was a familiar sensation.
The Indians tinished 9-10 overall, with a 7-7 conference record. In compiling that record, dark
days were not infrequent for Head Coach Fred Kovar and his players. Big losses to Parkway West,
Kirkwood, and Webster Groves were all low spots. Even worse were several games in which victory
slipped away in the final seconds. At Parkway Central, the Indians lost on a highly questionable foul
called with seven seconds left. The Indians dropped one game to Kirkwood by two points after lead-
ing by seventeen points at halftime. In the Regional Tournament, the cagers lost to Normandy on a
shot by the Vikings that dropped in just as the buzzer sounded.
Along with the disappointments, though, there were satisfactions. Satisfactions like pulling out a
win over Lindbergh in the last twenty seconds, or beating Parkway West and Parkway Central,
after losing to them the first time. Unquestionably, the greatest satisfaction was beating Ladue,
U. City's traditional rival. The Indians had not beaten the Rams for five years. With less than
thirty seconds left in the evenly played game, U. City led by one point, but Ladue had the ball.
As a Ladue guard maneuvered for the winning basket. U. City's Frank Mischeaux stole the ball, raced
down the court and scored to give the Indians a three point victory. The win touched off ajoyous spontaneous
celebration on the high point of the season.
Grover Shelton was the Indians' individual star this year, the team's leading scorer and rebounder. The
6'3" center, often against taller opponents, shot 6001: from the field, averaged 18.6 points and more than 10
rebounds per game. In addition to playing solid defense. At the forward spots, the Indians relied on Frank
Mischeaux and Keith Forniss. Mischeaux, a steady, reliable player as well as an accurate shooter, generally
scored in double figures. Forniss, the most improved player on the team, was a valuable rebounder and
scorer. Charlie Chinn and Gerald Campbell started at guard, and developed into a solid pair of backcourt
men, able to score, play defense and set up the plays. In addition to these five, Dave Robinson and Bill
Shapiro saw lots of action and were valuable at guard and forward, respectively. Several juniors, notably
Bob Ellman, Charlie House, and Paul Glickert, also, got plenty of playing time and experience which will
help them next year.
1970-'71 was a year of inconsistency, and that meant winning as well as losing. For U. City basketball
players, the losing part was an old story. The winning, that was something new, and perhaps that is the
memory that will linger longest.
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ROW 3: Jack Pereira, Keith Duke, Ed Peterson, Tom Shupe, Earl Beeks, Bill Spencer, Coach Wans-
ley ROW 2: Manager Ken Lowe, Frank McGhee, Howard Johnson, Tim Randall, Lamar Gatewood,
Lamar Hudson ROW l: Darryl McFadden, Pete Glaessner, Bernie Sheil, Ray Weathers, Calvin Young
ROW 2: Coach Koshner, Irv Goldenberg, Paul Goldstein, Alan Brown, Tim Jones, Ralph Kern, Bob
Shands ROW l: Brad Hotchner, Tim Banks, Lenny Marcus, Paul Durham, Perry Fuller, George Sink-
field, Aaron Novack
Only one word describes this yearfs wrestling team, "Outstanding". The wrestlers com-
piled a 10-441 dual meet record while on their way to the best wrestling season in years.
Besides a fine meet record, the team did well in several tournaments, taking third place in
the Mehlville Tournament, third in the Conference Tournament, and another third in the
District Tournament. In addition, the wrestlers qualified four men for Regional Play, but all
failed to qualify in State Competition. Indeed, this was the major disappointment of the year
when the team was unable to make a better showing at State. The Grapplers had made qual-
ifying at State one oftheir major goals for the season.
It was truly a landmark year for U. City Wrestling. Most of the credit goes to four sen-
iors who racked up a record little short of remarkable. All four of these wrestlers won twen-
ty or more matches, a first in U. City history. Perry Fuller C21-53, Aaron Novack Q21-63,
Paul Durham, a co-captain Q22-65, and team captain Irv Goldenberg 125-33, were those
four wrestlers. Goldenberg was particularly deserving of the Most Valuable Wrestler Award
voted him by his fellow team members. Irv broke several records aside from his excellent
won-lost record. At one point in the season he held a string of 18 consecutive victories and of
his 25 victories, 16 were pins. In addition, Irv had nine consecutive victories by pins.
Other members of the team were no
less valuable to the overall team effort.
Senior Tim Jones proved to be a good
performer. Tim Banks, a sophomore, had
an 18-3 record, the best ever recorded
by a sophomore. The tremendous poten-
tial shown by Banks indicated his ability
to become a top flight wrestler in the fu-
ture. It was a remarkable year for U.
City wrestling fans.
ROW 3: Gary Levine, Terry Glazier, Clarence Teeters, Scott Price, Bill Massey, Charlie Eisen, Mark
Friedman ROW Z: Coach Voss, Peter Price, Jim Bristow, Craig Rochester, Phil Sonenschein, Marc
Meyer ROW l: Larry Cornfeld, Al Leavitt, Art Gerhard
554 2 '70-'71 was another line season for the U. City gymnastics team as the
W ' squad finished the year with a 6-2 record. The gymnasts defeated Cleve-
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,,,-1-it Clarence Teeters were high scorers, and excelled in rings and high bar,
-P Q! an tumbling and floor exercise, respectively. Both have earned four
112 straight varsity letters.
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Meyer, and Terry Glazier were the Indians' other starting performers and
did consistently well all year. Scott Price and Charlie Eisen, who com-
peted in some meets, showed great improvement during the year and were P
also valuable. 1
In addition to the competitors, the team also had several sophomores
who gained needed training and experience. These sophomores, along with ,ati p 3
Terry Glazier, a junior and next year's team captain, will make up next 'Q ff
ROW 3: Scott Waxman, Simon Patrick, Bob Watson, Dan Terry, John Moberly, Chris Shamel, Jim
Stokes, Jack Kirkland, Joe Romano, Mr. Paul Wright. Coach ROW 2: Charles Dubman, Harry Gor-
nick, Ricky Shapiro, Bob Murphy, Mark Vassem, Ron Levin, Steve Wong ROW l: Richard Beaucoin,
Jilbert Dupuy, Nate Stone, Ricky Goldman, Bill Anderson, Rudy Fichtenbaum
The soccer team, under the direction of first year coach Paul Wright, finished with a 9 -l l-M12 season
Much ofthe team's success was attributed to their indepthness and their number of strong players. Sen-
iors John Simplekamp and Abu SherilT led the team in scoring. Bob Watson, Simon Patrick, and Joe
Romano proved to be the nucleus of the defense. The consistency of players Mark Vossen, Billy Ander-
son, and Jim Stokes was more than adequate. The team was hurt by the loss of Terry Murphy early in the
season. Terry probably would have ranked as the most valuable player if not for his early injury. Other out-
standing players were Richard Beaudoin, Rickie Goldman, Harry Gornick, and Keith Guttin.
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Danny Marshall, Larry Russe, Nolan Polette, John Cornson, Robert L. Bruening ROW 2: Bill Hearst.
Jell' Barsky, Terry Moss, Joe Saliron, Joe Hachtmeister. Tim Duncan. Dave Schwartz. Jell' Hampel
ROW l: Rick Fishwick, Jay Dearing, Barry Sunderland, George Enders. Keith Guttin. Harry Burman
ROW 3 Steve Singer, David Bernstein, Gil Price, Mark Tackes, Coach Scoville ROW 2: Peter Hay
Earl Brodie, Matt Hennessy, Mike Kinsella, .lim Hamilton, Eric Stassevich ROW l: Ken Winokur Pat
Hennessy Barney Grossberg, Ron Walker, Bob Craig, John Powell, MISSING: Mike White
With a disappointing season record of 5+9 the swimming In-
dians are optimistic as ever. Despite the lack in depth and the small
number of swimmers, UC Coach Dick Scoville had quite a bit of
talent to work with.
Most improved swimmer this year was Ken Winokur, who placed
6th in District in the 400 yd. free style. UC placed 5th in District
and qualihed for the medley relay and the 400 free relay in State.
The 400 relay composed of Mike White, Mike Kinsella, Ron
Walker, and Pat Hennessy placed llth in state in the 100 yd.
breast. The most valuable swimmer, Matt Hennessy, placed 5th in
the 100 yd. butterfly in State. Another strong swimmer this year
was Barney Grosberg, who was alternate in the 50 yd. free at Dis-
Prospects for next years team are good with the return of strong
swimmers Peter Hay, Matt Hennessy, and Ken Winokur.
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Larry Rosse, Coach Bufla ROW 2: Ron Tessler, Paul Glickert, Maury Weiner, Robert Cassell, Allan Pearl, Ron-
nie Evans, Steve Moshkowsky ROW l: Billy Shapiro, Jim Sonderman, Bob Watson, Barney Grosberg, Ron
Walker, Paul Durham, Erik Guttin, Keith Berman, Brad Wood
The best way for any U. City team to start a season is with a
victory over Ladue, and the 1971 baseball Indians did just that,
beating the Rams in the season opener Zel. Despite the fact that
this was something of a rebuilding year, the 1971 baseball team
looked good at the beginning of the season. The Indians had 14 un-
der classmen on the varsity and much potential talent in that num-
ber to go with a line group of experienced players.
In the infield, Coaches Henry Bulia and Dick Greenblatt decided
to use three inexperienced but talented younger players, who were
matched with senior Bob Watson at third base. A vicious hitter,
Watson was combined with Pitcher-lst baseman Paul Glickert to
supply the bulk of the Indians' power. In the outfield, Paul Durham
a mainstay in Center field spot was a steady fielder and hitter.
Flanking Durham were seniors Brad Wood and Ron Walker.
In addition the Indians relied on several other players, such as
Keith Guttin, Steve Moshkowsky, Ron Evans, Robbie Cassell, and
U. City's pitching staii' seemed strong. Senior Bill Shapiro re-
turned for his third varsity season, and was depended on as the In-
dians' No. l hurler. Solidly backing him up was Eric Guttin and
Paul Glickert, with Alan Pearl and Steve Robinson, Freshmen, in
the bull pen.
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man, Steve Spetner, Earl C. Beeks, .lack Kirkland, Michael Cunningham, Dave Weinstein, Kevin Muel-
ler, Ernest Yates, Paul Lazaroff, Scott Waxman ROW l: Manuel Banks, Alec Karros, Clarence Teet-
ers, Joe Solomon, Tim Jones, Eric V. Haynes, Michael Stewart NOT PICTURED: Alan Coleman
This year's track team, headed by co-captains Marshal Nelson,
the 100 and 220 man, Joe Solomon, and Mike Palmer, the distance
man, were more than just optimistic with a promising outdoor sea-
son in front of them. The nucleus of this year's team was predicted
to be the large number ofstrong sprinters.
The indoor track season was a poor indication ofthe cindermen's
true ability, for they had resources as yet untouched. During the
indoor season the 880 and one mile relays placed U. City first in
District. Marshal Nelson placed third in the 60 yard dash and
Grover Shelton placed fifth in the high hurdles. Overall the team
took third in Indoor District.
Other outstanding trackmen included: Alan Coleman, Chuck
Blitz, Mike Palmer, Kevin Mueller, Dave Weinstein, Winfred
Pickens, and Mike Cunningham.
The field events were an integral part of the track teams' overall
performance. Outstanding field men were Tim Jones, discus, .lack
Pereira, long jump and high jump, Terry Glazier, pole vault: and
Clarence Teeters, longjump.
With a bright future ahead and a good indoor season under their
belts, Coach Beck's cindermen were sure to upset a number of
teams not only in District, but in Conference as well.
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schein ROW l: Fred Pletz, Nick Pascal, Jay Brand, Jay Kruger NOT PICTURED Tim Barrett Randy
Gale, Alan Pratiel. Tim Randall
A difficult season faced this year's golf team. To reach the 500
mark, the golf Indians needed peak performances from every start-
er in every match. Not only was the Suburban South Conference a
strong league, but the Indians themselves suffered from a lack of
Nevertheless. hrst year coach .lim Densford devoted much time
and effort to making the best of the available talent to produce a
winning line up, Most ofthe burden fell on the returning lettermen.
Senior Dave Robinson was back for his fourth year as the team's
number one man. Robinson, team leader, and captain for two years,
has been medallist fbest scorerl for U. City in almost everyone of
his 45 matches. Don Jagust, a junior back for his second year, was
the team's number two man. Also returning for U. City were
George Blackman, junior, and Phil Sonenschien, a senior, who
filled in the third and fourth sports. Senior Alan Pratzel, a valuable
starter, missed some of the season because of a broken wrist. The
rest of the starting places were filled from the main contenders who
were Tim Randall, a sophomore, Tim Barrett, ajunior, Tom Wino-
kur, a senior, and freshmen Nick Pascal and Randy Gale.
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Goldstein, Frank Richards, .lim Stokes, John Moberly ROW l: Andy Mintz, Randy Strominger John
Owens, .lim Stewart, Titus Wong, Neil Hutnick
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There was no stopping the U. City tennis team
this season. In fact, the biggest problem first year
coach Wayne Shelton faced was duplicating last
year's incredible record of 147 consecutive vic-
tories. At the beginning of the season, observers
felt that although the tennis Indians might not
match the last year's team record, they were sure
to retain their League and District Championship.
They were also expected to finish high in State
Almost all of last year's team returned this sea-
son. Gary Randall and Ogi Mitra were both in
contention for the first singles spot. Dick Hyatt
and Jack Frank, both excellent players, played
third and fourth singles. Again the doubles were
strong, with Jack Frank and .lim Cornbleet the
first pair and Joel Goldstein teaming with Frank
Richards for the second. With a solid group of
back up men helping, the netmen had few if any
weakness. It was another great year for U. City
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Wright. ROW 2: William Slate, Scott Berman, William Holloway, Robert Wilform, Lamar Hudson, Daryl Den-
nis. ROW l: Arnold Stricker, Darryl McFadden, David Smith, Daivid Horowitz, Peter Woods.
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Anthony Taylor, Ray Weathers, Judah Garber, John Pereira, Ralph Kern, Ray Pritchett. ROW l: Sam
Haynes, Myron Parker, Paul Goldstein, Albert Smith, Michael Bryant, Lamar Gatewood, John Corson, Bobby
Childs, David Lynch.
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sing, Sharon Harris, Gretchen Keith, Barb Sussman, Elaine Mitchell, Jana Johnson, Valerie Williams,
Katy Meyers, Kristi Kuhn, Susie Leavitt, Gale Oswitz ROW 2: Vicki Roach, Linda Kranzberg, Mary
Shamel- -Sophomore Captain, Debbie EmisenfJunior Captain, Jeanne Murphy, Barbara Sundland,
Vicki Malin, Ann Roesler, Peggy Soule, Paula Young, Laura Jamtob, Carol Grafman, Patti Stans-
brough, Nancy Meesey ROW l: Yvette Albright, Bee Drews, Peggy Scheuer, Ellen Rosenblatt, Debbi
Kuhn, Jeannie Meesey, Kim Ziegenfuss---Varsity Captain, Vickie Cuttler, Debbie Deppe, Ruby Curry,
This year, as in years past, intramural hockey was held on Wednesday afternoon under the direction of
Miss Dorothy Hanpeter. All girls were encouraged to participate and improve their hockey skills.
Three class teams were chosen. The sophomore team, under the leadership of Mary Shamel, had an
even record with one victory, one loss, and one tie. Nancy Meesey led the juniors to an undefeated season.
For the third consecutive year, the senior team was unbeaten in its regular play. Kim Ziegenfuss was the
captain of the senior team. All teams were coached by Miss Catherine Underwood, and Miss Virginia
Dicus assisted. Girls were selected for the class teams after they had taken part in practice sessions which
were basically to sharpen their skills. As they progressed contests were held and those girls excelling were
chosen for the class teams.
Barb Sussman, Dale Strominger, Elaine Mitchell, Mary Shamel, Vicki Malin, Ann Roesler, Jana John-
son, Peggy Soucy, Nancy Meesey, Valerie Williams, Barbara Sundland, Patti Stansbrough, NOT
PICTURED: Debra Rennard
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ROW 2: Dale Strominger, Ellen Rosenblatt, Ann Stokes, Kathy Rieger, Terry Steinmetz Laurie
Goodman, Janet Cupples, Sandy Nelson, Diane Dratt ROW l: Mary Ann Love, Susan Wright Pat
Tessler, Terri Ross, Linda Priess, Ilene Katz, Becky Heaton, Annette Callen NOT PICTURLD Debra
Tennis, one of the more popular sports offered by the Girls'
Physical Education Department, again attracted a very large
group of participants this season. After school tennis was cor-
related with the tennis classes during the regular school day so
that those students needing extra practice and guidance could
join the group. Particularly during the fall, instructions were
provided for those students not participating in tennis during
their school day. Intermediate and advanced players were en-
couraged to come and take part in tournaments. As beginning
students reached a sufficient level of proficiency, they too were
encouraged to join in. During the spring students took part in an
intramural program and a varsity team was selected.
ROW 3t Terri Steinberg, Judy Magidson, Linda Preiss, Davine Kupper, Dale Strominger, ROW 2:
Rochelle Nevels. Janet Cupples---Captain, Linda Kranzberg. Susie Leavitt, Linda Remaklus, Elaine
Mitchell ROW l: Robin Berman, Sally Klasing, Marsha Toll, Kristi Kuhn, Sharon Lieberman -Cap-
tain, Debbi Kuhn
The Girls' Gymnastic Team, in its second season, began their
workouts early in November at Brittany Junior High School.
Practice sessions were held each Monday and Friday. Because
the girls had no full time sponsor, Co-Captains Janet Cupples
and Sharon Lieberman were the team's coaches.
At least 15 ofthe 25 team members participated in the annual
YMCA Invitational Meet at Florissant Valley Community Col-
lege on December 5, 1970. Several individuals, including Ro-
chelle Nevels and Arlene Covitz made impressive showings. In
last year's meet, Sharon Lieberman placed first in the floor exer-
cise and the balance beam, while Bonnie Rogers placed third on
'QQ the uneven parallel bars and the horse
Ritenour and Cleveland High Schools were just two ofthe sev-
eral area high schools the girls met in competition. They did
their utmost to continue their well-earned undefeated record.
This season was the first that the U. City Girls' Gymnastic Team
was a member ofan area Girls' Gymnastic League.
ROW 7 Jeanne Burk, Sandy Bohm, Julie Cohen. Casey Moore, Jane King, Gale Oswitz ROW I Jean
Murphy Ann Roesler, Nancy Meesey, Peggy Soucy, Becky Heaton, Laurie Goodman, Anita Wildauer
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Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Hanpeter, girls who par-
ticipated in after school swimming enjoyed a wide variety of
activities. Those girls preferring to improve their form were
allowed to do so with the guidance of Miss Hanpeter. Others
played water basketball, tag, and swam with the aid of scuba
equipment. During all regular class periods, where swimming
was offered, girls were given a chance to take Senior Lifesaving.
Some girls came to after school swimming for additional work
prior to their practical life-saving examination. Miss Hanpeter
stressed the importance of all swimmers having acquired water
rescue techniques. She noted that although this group was
smaller than others in previous years, it was particularly enthus-
iastic and willing to participate.
ROW 3: Sharon Harris, Karol Burnett, Gretchen Keith, Joan Williams, Linda Edwards, Linda Miller,
Sioux Ralky, Rochelle Nevels, Rhonda Mack, Iris Whitener, Rachel Branch ROW 2: Elfreda Allen,
Nancy Meesey, Peggy Coucy, Vicki Malin, Laura Jamton, Christine Lee, Allynson Graham, Ann
Roesler, Diane Dorsey ROW l: Bee Drews, Debbie Deppe, Ruby Curry, Yvette Albright, Kim Zie-
genfuss, Jeanie Meesey, Mary Love, Vickie Cuttler
The 1970-1971 basketball season proved to be very successful.
Under the direction of Miss Virginia Dicus intramurals were
held on Wednesdays, while varsity and class teams met on
Tuesdays and Thursdays. Miss Catherine Underwood coached
the class and varsity teams with Miss Dorothy Hanpeter as
As in previous years, the intramurals were open to the entire
student body. This group had the opportunity to work on im-
proving their own skills as well as becoming more adept in work-
ing with their teammates.
The interschool teams were particularly successful this season
to the delight of all involved. The sophomores led by Captain
Rochelle Nevels compiled an excellent 3-l record. Nancy
Meesey's juniors were undefeated in competition with a 4
victory, no loss season. Last, but surely not least, the seniors,
with their Captain Jeanne Meesey were also undefeated with a
At the end of the regularly scheduled season, Miss Under-
wood chose those players of greatest ability and willingness to
work, for a varsity or culminating team. Although the team was
basically composed of seniors, juniors and sophomores contri-
buted to the success of the season. The girls played 5 games.
Their schedule was by no means easy, playing such tough com-
petitors as Clayton, Webster Groves, Normandy, Ritenour, and
ROW 3: Allynson Graham, Christine Lee, Vicki Malin, Peggy Soucy, Nancy Meesey, Diane Dorcey,
Ann Roesler RCW 2: Barb Sutherland, Leslie Moonshine, Sandy Nelson, Debbie Stobaugh, Mary
Smith, Julie Cohen, Sue Zimmermzn, Jane King, Gale Oswitz, Gretchen Keith ROW l: Sioux Rafky,
Linda Miller, Dale Strominger, Peggy Scheuer, Mary Shamel, Pat Parks, Karol Burnette, Liz Wolf,
Pamela Kay, Rachel Branch
Normally, life with the All-American Dad for a 16 year old girl involves the
All-American fight for the car and for extra spending money. The sophomores,
juniors, and seniors who were members of the Girls' Athletics Association decided
to honor their fathers with an All-American dinner and show.
The girls decorated the school cafeteria with signs painted red, white, and blue,
Also, crepe paper in the same colors was used to trim the stage and the individ-
ual tables. Groups of girls worked many long hours to prepare the skits. The
spoofs on the relationship between fathers and daughters were preceded by an
invocation by Ruby Curry, welcoming remarks by Debbie Deppe, and com-
ments expressing the sentiments of the Girls' Physical Education Teachers by
Approximately 160 people attended the Smorgasbord dinner in the cafeteria,
which was catered by the staff in the lunchroom. This event, becoming a tradi-
tion in the annals of University City High School history, was attended by
several special guests including the President of the Board of Education Mrs.
Leonard Fuchs, High School Principal Mr. James Lanman, and Assistant Prin-
cipals Mr. Russell Tuck, Mr. Fred Rock, and Mr. Earl Beeks. Both daughters and
fathers seemed pleased with the outcome ofthe evening.
ROW 3: Mary Shamel, Kristy Kuhn, Sharon Harris, Linda Kranzberg, Elaine Mitchell, Barb Susman,
Rocky Nevels, Cheryl Haughton, Gretchen Keith, Karol Burnette, Jana Johnston, Linda Dotson,
Rachel Branch ROW 2: Yvette Albright, Peggy Soucy, Laura Jameton, Ann Roesler, Jeanne Murphy,
Vicki Malin, Patti Stansbrough, Debbie Emison, Carol Grafman, Nancy Meesey, Mary Carter ROW
l: Debbie Deppe, Vicki Cuttler, Peggy Scheuer, Bonnie Rodgers, Debbie Kuhn, Jill Roesler, Jean
Meesey, Arvis Lynch, Ruby Curry
As winter faded into spring many girls tucked aside their urge
to romp outdoors by participating in a very successful volleyball
season. On Wednesdays, the girls' Physical Education Department
sponsored intramural volleyball, while on Tuesday and Thursday
those interested in being on class teams practiced for tryouts and
later in the spring worked out for league games. Maplewood, Rite-
nour, Normandy and Pattonville provided formidable foes for the
U. City girls.
At the close of the regular season a varsity or culminating team
was selected from the three class teams. Those girls showing ex-
ceptional skill, agility, and competitive spirit were chosen. They,
too, played four league games facing the same schools as the class
ROW 7 Linda Dotson, Linda Kranzberg, Mary Shamel, Elaine Mitchell, Gretchen Keith, Karol Bur
nette Cheryl Haughton. Jana Johnston, Sharon Harris, Rachel Branch ROW l: Patti Stansbrough
Ally nson Graham, Donnie Harris, Rhonda Callen, Linda Preiss, Pat Parks, .lane King, Gale Oswitz
Rocky Nevels, Barb Sundland, Bonnie Rodgers
The final activity of every school year has traditionally been
softball. Girls in gym classes and those participating after school
assured themselves that spring had arrived when it was warm
enough for them to begin infield practice.
Until the end of school, girls met twice weekly to develop soft-
ball skills and then to enter into actual competition. Teams were
chosen from within the group coming on a specified day. As a cul-
minating activity, tournaments were held between these teams.
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teams in basketball, volleyball, hockey, and tennis attended the in-
tramural days to sharpen their skills by getting additional practice.
Girls taking part in intramural found a relaxed atmosphere until
the competition began. Those needing help with particular skills
were encouraged to come after school and receive the personal at-
tention necessary to work out their problems.
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Taberna, the advanced after school dance group, was again
composed of a select group of girls who had auditioned through-
out the school year. Sponsored by Mrs. Pliakos, Taberna pro-
vided its members with the opportunity to use their creativity
in preparing dance routines for themselves and groups in which
they participated. At their weekly meetings, Taberna members
provided lessons in improvisation, composition, and the music
involved with choreography. Early in the second semester, the
entire group worked on individual and group routines which
they presented. All of the girls in Taberna were encouraged to
become involved in dance classes outside of school. Taberna
members tried this year, especially hard, to get to know each
other as individuals. As tradition dictated new Taberna members
were kidnapped and taken out to breakfast.
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ROW 2: Judy Kaplan, Kim Ziegenfuss, Debbi Kuhn, Patti Stansbrough, Sandy Nelson, Leslie Moonshine ROW l Hedy Ehrlich
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The Media Lab is crammed with color. Brilliant reds and
oranges shriek from vast wall posters, photographs, dried fiowers,
and half-empty coffee mugs. Soft pastel shades coat the offices and
the general work area. The projection room, with its door shut like
an eyelid is filled with total blackness.
Many varieties of sound are also present in the Lab. Tape re-
corders and record players turn inanimate plastic into music and
Working with and around these sounds and shades are people
with a purpose. Mr. Jackoway, Mr. Barrett, Mr. David, Mrs.
Ebert, and Mrs. Johnson, aided by many students, supply the entire
school district with media curriculum. A teacher can use the abun-
dance of tape recordings, slides, films, photographs, and posters
to make his course fit his class. High school students use the lab's
resources to create films and light and sound shows. Some of their
projects are even as dramatic as the lab itself.
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Piles ofjoke books, crossword puzzles, and magazines make the
Reading Lab look like a dentist's waiting room. These materials
are not purely for entertainment. They are tools which enable stu
The Reading Lab, supervised by Mrs. Jacobs, attempts to im
prove pupils' reading skills. Remedial reading is a service not a
course, but it is extremely necessary. "We must read to survive
First she runs a battery of tests on every student to determine his
problems. Then she and the student work on a one-to-one basis to
750, M. down the barriers that affect his reading.
x The Reading Lab is also a home for foreign students who find it
' i? difficult to adjust to America and her language. With the help ofthe
Lab they and many others will learn to survive.
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65 administrators and superintendents from sur-
rounding school districts. The occasion was a
meeting of the Association of Suburban Cur-
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. . . . . Rochelle Burnette
Tony Walters .... .. . Clarence Teeters
Miss Conrad ..
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. , . Becky Bierman
...... Linda Berns
Supervisor .....,. ..... D ebra Riggins
Miss Dickenson l.,. Peggy Biddlecombe
Policeman---"Kelly" .. ..... Sam Blumberg
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' boy song writer, hogging her party line, that she falls in love
f, I with him. She, however, thinks he is a Texas cowpoke and he of
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.. Linda Hendin
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. . . . Carol Schlef
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.. Donnie Harris
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. Becky Bierman
. Steve Marbain
. . . . Linda Keil
The Drama Club of University City High presented a moving
performance of "Charly,' March 6, l97l. The persistent, creative
efforts of the cast, crew, and directors could be felt in every
scene ofthe play.
Charly Gordon is a retarded man who works in a New York
bakery. Two psychologists select him for an experiment in im-
proving intelligence, because of his friendliness and his desire
to learn. The operation appears to be a success and causes
Charly's brain to retain knowledge. The smarter he becomes,
however, the more he recalls sad Childhood memories and
realises his present loneliness. He loves his teacher, Miss Kin-
nian, but his emotional maturity does not keep pace with his
Charly's only friend is Algernon, a mouse turned into a genius.
Both their brilliant minds, however, are only'temporary. As
fast as he became bright Charly tragically sinks back into the
world ofmental retardation.
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,-XACII. IRENE Junior Board Secretary 5.61 Senior Cabinet
7,81 A Cappella Choir 6.7.81 Pep Club 3.4,5,61 G.A.A. 22.214.171.124
Skit Chairman 61 Sophomore Orientation 31 Intramural
Sports 3,-1.7.81 Hamilton Help 3.4: Wigwam Junior Board 4.
5,6.7.8 Secretary: Work Weekend 3
ABODI, BELA .lR.-- Biology Club 31 Chess Club 126.96.36.199.7.
81 Pep Club 31lsFUR Radio Club 3
ADKINS, MELBA REGINA - Merit Scholarship Letter
7,81 Marching Band 51 Black Student Union 5,6.7.81 Pep
Club Board 7.81 Senior Play Crew 71 Flag Twirler 71 F.B.L.A.
7.81 Sophomore Orientation 5: G.A.A. Big-Little Sister
Picnic 51 Mixer 7
AHLVIN. PAUL -Orchestra 3,188.8.131.52.8: German Club Treas-
ALBRIGIIT. YVETTE -Activities Board 7: Junior Board 61
Senior Cabinet 71 Pep Club 51f1.A.A. 5.6.71 Wigwam Junior
Board 5,61 Hockey. Basketball. Volleyball. 3.4.5,6.7.8
ALLEN. KENNETH S.- -Orchestra 7.81 Band 3,184.108.40.206.8
Band Manager 5.6, Band Captain 7.81 Stage Band 5.61 March-
ing Band 3,220.127.116.11,81 Pep Club 3,18.104.22.168,8 Vice-President 6:
Vlestminister Help Club 3,4
ALLMAN. LUANNE-Student Council Alternate 5.6 As-
sistant Art 84 Publicity Chairman 51 Pep Club 3.41 G.A.A. 3.
43 Hockey 31 Basketball 3,43 Volleyball 3.4 tAfter-School
ANDRES. PAMELA--Senior Cabinet 7,81 Black Student
Union 5.6.7181 Primitive Dance Club 7.81 G.A.A. Big-Little
Sister Picnic 3.5
ARNOLD. SHARON -Student Council Representative 3,41
Sophomore Board 3.4: Junior Board 5,61 Senior Cabinet 7,81
Pep Club 3,4.5.6,7.81 G.A.A. 3,4.5,6.7,81 Honors Award 61
County Government Day 41 High School Government Day 61
Father-Daughter Banquet1Big-Littlc Sister Picnic
ASIKUVICH, .JANET --Junior Board 5.61 Senior Cabinet
7.8: Pep Club1 Westminister Help 3,41 G.A.A. 3.4.5,6.7.81
Mental Retardation Drive: UNICEF Drive
ASIKUVICH. JERRY- Band 31 Marching Band 31 Intra-
mural Football 31 Intramural Handball 5
ASKUVlCH.JUDITH MARLENE Tom-Tom Clerical Edi-
tor 7.81 Junior Board 5.6: Senior Cabinet 7.8: A Cappella
Choir 41 Drama Club 31 Pep Club 3,22.214.171.124,81 Senior Play
Cast 71 Westminister Help Club 3.4.51 A.F.S. 3.4: G.A.A.
126.96.36.199.7.81 Library Help 6.7
AUSTIN. SHARON --Afro-American Club 3,41 G.A.A. 3.41
Ollice Help 3,41 Bowling Club 5.61 Sophomore Orientation
AXELBAUM. GERALD Band 3.4.5,6.7,8: Stage Band 3.
4.5.6781 Marching Band 3,41 Pep Club 3,41 Senior Play 71
Letterman 71 SPI Productions 4.61 Water Polo 3.5.71 Camp
White Cloud Counselor 61 Pep Band 188.8.131.52.7,8
BAER. JOYCE -Student Council Representative 3 Alternate
4,51 Senior Cabinet 7.8: Biology Club 5.61 German Club 3,4,
5.61 Pep Club 3.4.5,6.7.81 Senior Play Steering Committee
7: G.A.A. 3.4,184.108.40.206 Leaders' Club 3.4,220.127.116.11 Orlice Help
5,61 Bowling 3,4,5,6,7.81 Girls' Basketball 3.4,5.6: Girls' Vol-
leyball 18.104.22.168: Tennis 3.4,5,6,7,81 Girls' Softball 22.214.171.124
Sophomore Orientation 51 UNICEF Drive: Big-Little Sister
51 Father-Daughter Banquet Skit 3,-1.5.61 Homecoming Deco-
ration Committee 3.4,5.61 G.A.A. Decoration Committee 3.41
Homecoming Float 3.4.5,61 Junior Board Hospital Visit 5.6
BAILEY. CLIFFORD- Activities Board 7.81 Senior Cabinet
7.8: Biology Club: Audio-Visual Club
BAKER. BRENDA--Senior Cabinet Publicity and Clerical
Committees 7.81 Biology Club 3,41 Black-Student Union 5.6.
7.81 Ceramic Club 5.6: Future Nurses' Club 3.41 Pep Club 3.
4.5,6.7.81 Yoga Club 5.6: S.M.C. 5,61 G.A.A. 3,4.5.6,7,8:
Library Help 3.4: Ollice Help 5.61 Student Store Help 5,61
Attendance Ollice Help 3,4,5,61 Class Hockey 3.41 Class
Basketball 3.41 Class Volleyball 3,41 Class Baseball 5,61
F.B.L.A, 126.96.36.199.7.8: Big Sister 51 Sophomore Orientation 5
BALLARD. MARY-- Westminister Help Club 5.6
BARUCH, MICHAEL Pep Club 3,-1.5.61 Letterman 7,81
Cross Country 3.5.71 Wrestling 5,71 Track 4,6
BEITCH. GARY--Spanish Club 188.8.131.52.7.81 Varsity Base-
BIELSKY. HOWARD Biology Club 5.61Olhce Help 7.8
BERMAN. KEITH --Student Council Representative 5,6:
Audio-Visual Club 3.-1,51 Pep Club 3.4,5,61KFI.lR Radio Club
3.4.71 Yoga Club 5.61 Letterman 7,81 Library Help 5,61 Base-
ball 41 Varsity Baseball 6.81 Varsity Wrestling 81 Hockey 4.6.
X: Sports Club 3.4
BERMAN. ROBIN JANE Student Council Representative
5 Alternate 61 Work Weekend 31 Sophomore Orientation 51
Tom-Tom Clerical Editor 184.108.40.206 Junior Board 5.61 Senior
Cabinet 7.81 Pep Club 3,4.5,6,7,8 Homecoming Float Chair-
man 7,8 Winter Sports Chairman 7.81 A.F.S. 220.127.116.11 Pan-
cake Breakfast Decoration Chairman 5,6: G.A.A. 3,4.5.6,7.81
Cheerleader 7.81 Intramural Hockey. Volleyball, Basketball.
Archery, Tennis 3,4.5,6.71 Hockey Class Team and Varsity
Hockey 71 Service Award 5,6: Camp White Cloud Counselor
61 Buzz Book 7,8
BERNS, LINDA -Student Council Representative 5.6: Cur-
riculum Board 7.81 Dial Yearbook Art Editor 7.81 Tom-Tom
Reporter 3.4 News Editor 5,6 Promotional Art Editor 7.8
Associate News Editor 7.81 Biology Club 3,4.5,6: Environment
Club 5.61 Pep Club 3,-1.5.61 Senior Play Cast 71 G.A.A. 3,4,5,
6.7.81 Leaders' Club 3.51 Honors Award 3,-1.5.61 Hockey
Team 3,51 After-School Sports 18.104.22.168 Junior Board Home-
coming Float Chairman 5.61 Senior Cabinet Social Service
Committee Co-Chairman 7.81 Quill EL Scroll 5.6,7.8: Service
Award 61 Safety Club 4
BEST, JAINA--Folk Dance Club 7.81 Esperanto Club 31
Yoga Club 61 Student Mobilization Committee 22.214.171.124 Hon-
ors Award 3,4.61 Magazine 126.96.36.199 Editor 6.81 French Club
BIDDLECOMBE, PEGGY -Senior Play Cast 71 Ollice Help
BIERMAN. REBECCA--Student Council Representative 5
Alternate 41 School Relations Board 7,81 Senior Cabinet
Publicity and Bulletin Board Chairman 7.81 Drama Club 3.4.
188.8.131.52 Secretary 5.6: French Club 3.4.5,61 Pep Club 3,-1.5.6.
7,81 Senior Play Steering Committee 7 Cast 7: G.A.A. 3.4.5.
6.7.81 School Government Steering Committee 7
BLACK. SCOTT-Orchestra 5,6.7.81 Band 3,4,5.6.7,81 Stage
Band 184.108.40.206 Marching Band 3,4,5,6,7,81 Pep Band 3,4,5.6,7.
8: Senior Play Orchestra 71 SPT Productions Orchestra 4.6
BLITZ. CHARLES- Student Council Representative 3,-1.5.61
Pep Club 3,4.5.61 S.M,C. 5.6: Letterman 220.127.116.11 Sophomore
Football. Basketball, Track, Senior Track
BLUM, TERRY---Senior Play Cast 71 Guidance Olhce Help
BLUMBERG. SAM - Student Council 61 Senior Play Cast 71
Bridge Club 3,4,18.104.22.168 Intramural Football 3
BOWENS, WARREN Black Student Union 5,6,7,81 Foot-
ball 3.51 Varsity Football 7
BRANHAM, MARIAN Black Student Union 22.214.171.124 Sec-
retaryg Esperanto Club 7,81 Pep Club 3.4,5,6,7,81 Senior
Play Cast 71 Spanish Club 3.4,126.96.36.199: G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,81
Student Store Help 5,6
BRASCH. HARRIET LYNN--Tom-Tom Stall' 3.41 A Cap-
pella Choir 3.-1.5.61 Pep Club 188.8.131.52.7.81 A.F.S. 3.41 G.A.A. 3.
4.5,6.7.81 Archery 3.41 Basketball 3.4: Hockey 5,61 Tax
BRECKWOLDT. AXEL Audio-Visual Club 184.108.40.206.7.8:
Ceramics Club 51 Cinematography Club 3,41 Folk Dance Club
5.61 German Club 51 KFUR Radio Club 5.6.71 Football.
BRISOW. JAMES -A Cappella Choir 5,61 Pep Club 3.41
Letterman 7.81 Varsity Gymnastics 220.127.116.11
BRITTON, SHEILA --Student Council Alternate 3.41 Dial
Yearbook Clerical Staff and Candid StalT 7.81 Senior Cabinet
7.8 Social Service Committee 7.8 Senior Gift Committee 7,8
A Cappella Choir 18.104.22.168.7.81 Pep Club 3.4,5.6,7.81 Senior,
Play Cast 71 Washington. D.C, Trip 41 Spanish Club 3.4:
A.F.S. 5.6: G.A.A. 3,22.214.171.124.81 Leaders' Club 5.6.7,81 Honors
Award 3,4.5.61 Clinic Help 7.81 Volleyball Class Team 61
After School Sports 3.-1.5.61 After School Tennis 3,-1,51 Alter
School Archery 31 After School Basketball. Softball 31 Sopho-
more Orientation 5: G.A.A. Award 3.41 F.T.A. 3.4
BROWN. DENISE Guitarists' Guild 61 Yoga Club 5,61
STEP 31 Literary Magazine 5.6
BROWN. GLORIA JEAN -Yoga Club 5.61 Bowling Club 3.
BROWN. STEPHANIE MARIE-Senior Cabinet 7.8: Black
Student Union 5.6.7,81 Senior Play Crew 71 Primitive Dance
Club 7,81 Sweetheart Dance Chairman 71 Graduation Com-
mittee 71Guid3nCC Ollicc Help 7
BURNETT, ROCHELLE ALLYSON-A Cappella Choir
4.5.6,7,81 French Club 5,61 Girls' Intramural Sports 4.7.81
Sophomore Orientation 51 Black Student Union 5,617,241 Honor
Award 4.5.61 G.A.A. Big Sister 5,61 Student Council Repre-
sentative 61 Pep Club 5.61 Class Candidate 71 Senior Cabinet
7.81 Guitarist Guild 5,61 Senior Assembly Chairman 81 Senior
Play Cast 71 Primitive Dance Club 7
BYLSMA. MICllAl:l. Student Council Alternate 31 Tom-
Tom lixchange Stall' 7.81 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Pep Club 3,4,
5.63 Work Weekend 3.41 Wigwam Jr. Board 3.-l,5.61 Tax
CALLEN, ANNETTE Band 3,4,5,6.7.8 Librarian 7.8:
Marching Band 3,4,5.6.7,81 lgnvironmcnt Club 5,61 Senior
Play Orchestra 71 KFUR Radio Club 5.61 Pep Band 5,617.81
Student Commissioner City Plan Commission 7.8: U, City
CAlNlPBl1l,L. GERALD Basketball 3,4,5,6.7,81 Service
Award 5.61 Letterman 7,8
CAMPBl'.I.I., JOEL Tom-Tom Editorial Stall' 7,81 Orch-
estra 3,4,5.6,7.8 Vice-President 5.6 President 7,81 Pep Club 3,
41 llonors Award 3.-1.5.61 SPI Productions Orchestra 4,61
Intramural .Athletics 3,41AlI-Suburban Orchestra 3,4
CARROLL. JOHN Sophomore Board 3,41 Junior Board
5,61 Senior Cabinet 7.81 Merit Scholarship Semilinalists 7,81
Debate Club 3.41 Environment Club 5.61 Esperanto Club 5.
617,81 German Club 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,8: Westminister
Help Club 5,61 S.M.C. 5.6.7,81 Library' Help 3,4,5.61 Tas
CARTER, DAISY Junior Board 61 Senior Cabinet 7.8:
Biology Club 3.41 Black Student Union 5,6,7,81 Pep Club 3.
4.5,6.7.81 Yoga Club 61 G.A.A. 3.4,5.6.71 Tennis, Basketball,
Softball. Swimming, Bowling 3.4: Volleyball 3.4,5.6.7,8: Wig-
wam .lunior Board 126.96.36.199,7.8 Sophomore Orientation 51 Camp
White Cloud 61 Tutor 7
CARTER. EUGENE F. ll-A Cappella Choir 188.8.131.52.7,8:
Concert Choir 5,6,7.81 Folk Dance Club 7.8: French Club 3.
4.5.61 Guitarists' Guild 5.6,7.81 Pep Club 5,61 Library Help 3.
184.108.40.206.81Ollice Help 5.61 SPI Productions Cast 6: Crew 4
CARTER. MARY ANN---Black Student Union 5,6.7,8: Fu-
ture Nurses' Club 7.81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7.81 Senior Play Crew
71 G.A.A. 3.4,5,6,7,81 Leaders' Club 3.-1.5.61 Student Store
Help 3.4.5,61 SPI Productions Crew 41 Basketball Volleyball
3,4.5.61 Oasis Club 4,5.6
CHINN. CHARLES T.---Student Council Alternate 5,61
Black Student Union 5,61 Pep Club 5,6.7,81 Letterman 5.6,7,81
Football. Basketball. Baseball 3,41 Varsity Basketball 5,6,7,81
Varsity Track 5,6
CHINSKY, JANNET- Student Council Representative 5
Alternate 61 Pep Club 220.127.116.11.7.81 Senior Play' Crew 71 Yoga
Club 5.61 G.A.A. 3.4.5,6.7.81 Leaders' Club 61 Camp White
Cloud Counselor 6
CHOSID. JEFFREY G,--German Club 7,81 Pep Club 3.4.5,
CLOONEY, KATHY- Student Council Representative 5
Student Store Chairman 5,61 Student Store Help 3,4,5,6:
Future Nurses' Club 3.41 Pep Club 3,4.5,61 Spanish Club 3.4,
5.61 A.F.S. 3.4: G.A,A. 3,415.61 Sophomore Orientation 51 Wig-
wam Jr. Board
COCKRELL, BRENNADELLfMarching Band 5,61 Black
Student Union 5,6
COHN. LINDA S.--Student Council Representative 3,41
Pep Club 3,4,5,61 G,A.A. 3.-1.5.61 Girls' Afterschool Archery,
Basketball, Volleyball 3,4
COLEMAN. GREG f- Lincoln High School, St. Louis. Mo.
3,4.5,61 Black Student Union 7.8
COLLINS, LANIER Basketball 3,4,5,6,7,81 Football 3.4:
COLONNA, HARRIET --Dial Yearbook Candids StalT1 7,81
Tom-Tom News Stall' 7,81 Merit Scholarship Letter 7,81 Bi-
ology Club 3,4,5.61 Drama Club 31 Folk Dance Club 5.6.7.
81 French Club 3,4,5,6: Pep Club 3,41 Washington D.C. Trip
61 Yoga Club 5,61 S.M.C. 7,81 A.F.S. 3.7.81 G.A.A. 3,41
Youth to Aid Biafra Club Secretary 3,41 Intramural Sports 3,
COOK. GWEN --Black Student Union 5.6,7.81 Future Nurses'
Club 3.4,5,61 .Attendance Ollice 5.6
CORNBLEET, JIM f Tom-Tom Sports. Business Statl' 4.5.
6.7.81 Junior Board 5.61 Pep Club 3,4,5.6,7,8: Letterman 7,81
Varsity Tennis 4.6.81 Tom-Tom Representative 5,6
CORNFELD. LARRY -Student Council Representative 5.61
lntra-school Wrestling Chairman 61 Activities Board Chair-
man 7.81 Tom-Tom Sports, Photography Staff 7,81 Dial
Yearbook. Photography Editor 7.81 Merit Scholarship Letter
7.81 Cinematography' Club 3,18.104.22.168.81 Guitarists' Guild 3,-1.
5,6.7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Senior Play Cast 71 A.l'.S. 3.41
Ilonors Award 22.214.171.124 Letterman 7,81 Yell leader 7,81 Gym-
nastics 5,6,7,81 Track 61 Sports Club 3,4,5.61 latin Club 3,4
COSENTINO. CAROL Student Council Alternate 3.4:
Biology' Club 3,41 Irench Club 3,41 Pep Club 3,4.5.61G.A,A.
3,4,5,61 Leaders' Club 3.41 Intramural Ilockey, Basketball.
Volleyball 3,41 I-'.B.L.A. President 7,81 Paddleball Playolls 5.
61 Tas Election 3,41 Senior Assembly 7,8
COVER, BRUCE Northglenn Iligh School, Denver.
Colorado 3.41 Senior Cabinet 7,8
COX. PAMELA SUE Student Council Representative 41
Drama Club 7,81 Senior Play Crew 71 Honors Award 3,4,5,6L
Bowling Club 3,41 Library Help 3,41 Attendance Ollice 5.6
CRAIG. BOB Junior Board 5,61 Pep Club 3,4,5,6.7,81 Let-
terman 7,81 Swimming Team 3,4,5,6,7,81 Waterpolo 3,4,5.
6,7,81 Work Weekend 3,4
CRAMER, CATRINA John Burroughs School, St. Louis
County, Mo. 3,41 Student C'ouncil Representative 5,61 Drama
Club 51 Folk Dance Club 5.6,7,81 French Club 5,61 West-
minister Help Club 5,61 S.M.C. Secretary 5,6,7,81 Honors
Award 5,61 Taberna 7,8
CURRY, ALLIEZE Student Council Representative 41
Tom-Tom Girls' Sports Editor 7.81 Dial Yearbook Girls'
Sports Editor 7,81 Junior Board 5,61 Senior Cabinet 7.81
Band 3,4.5,6,7.8 Secretary 7.8: Marching Band 3,4,5,6.7,8
Band Council 5.61 Pep Club 3.4.5,6.7.81 G.A,A. 3.4,5,6.7.8
Treasurer 7.81 Olhce Help 5.61 Student Store Help 5,61 Inter-
school Class Hockey 3,4,5,6,7.81 Varsity Hockey 5,7 Inter-
school Class Volleyball 3,4,5.6,7,81 Varsity' Volleyball 71
Interschool Class Basketball 126.96.36.199.7,81 Varsity Basketball 7:
Varsity Softball 31 Oasis Club 5.61 Wigwam Junior Board 4,
CURRY. CARLA-Black Student Union 5.6,7,81 Ceramics
Club 7,81 Pep Club 5,6,7.81 Senior Play Crew 71 Yoga Club 61
G.A.A. 7.81 Library Help 7,81Ollice Help 7,8
CUTTLER, VICKIE--Student Council Alternate 41 Work
Weekend 31 Tom-Tom Representative 3,41 Junior Board 5,61
Pep Club 3.4,5,6,7,8 President 7,81 G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7.81 Hon-
ors Award 3.4.5,61 Cheerleader 5,6.7.8 Varsity 5,6 Co-Cap-
tain 7,81 Media Lab Help 61 Class Hockey 3,5,71 Varsity
Hockey 5,71 Class Basketball 4.6,81 Varsity Basketball 81
Class Volleyball 6,81 Varsity Volleyball 8: Camp White Cloud
Counselor 61 Afterschool Sports 3,4.5.6,7.81 Homecoming
Senior Maid 71 Sophomore Orientation 51 Wigwam Junior
Board 4.5,6 Recording Secretary 5
DALIN, DEBORAH-Student Council Representative 3.41
School Relations Board Chairman 7,81 Tom-Tom Feature
Staff, Real Estate Board 7,81 Sophomore Board 3,41 Junior
Board 5.6 President: Senior Cabinet 7.8 Talent Show Co-
ordinator 7,81 Pep Club 3,4.5.6,7.81 A.F.S. 3.41 G,A.A. 3,4,5,6.
7,8 Sports Manager1 Leaders' Club 3,41 Honors Award 3.5.61
Girls' State Representative 61 Principals Advisory Committee
5,61 Sports Manager Ping-Pong 51 Prom 6
DAVID. RUSS-Orchestra 3.-1,516.71 Guitarists' Guild 3.41
Spanish Club 5,61 Sports Club 3,41 Junior Achievement 5.61
Guidance Ofhce 7
DELLAS. PETER-fAudio-Visual Club 31 Pep Club 3.-1.5.6.
DEPPE. DEBORAH ANN-- Work Weekend 31 Junior Board
5.61 Pep Club 3,4,5,6.7,8 Spirit Chairman 7,81 G.A.A. 3,4.5,
6.7.8 President 7,81 Girls' Hockey Class Team 3,5,71 Varsity
Hockey Team 5,71 Basketball Class and Varsity 3,5,71 Vol-
leyball Class 3,5,71 Volleyball Varsity Team 5,71 Softball
Varsity Team 31 Camp White Cloud Counselor 61 Wigwam
Junior Board 3.4.56
DERFELD, JANICE CAROL--Pep Club 3,-1.5.61 G,A.A.
3,4.5,61 Leaders' Club 3.41 Sophomore Orientation 51 After-
School Sports 3,4
DETJEN, KAREN--Cinematography' Club 31 Folk Dance
Club 3,41Westminister 5.61S.M.C.5.61 Honors Award 6
DICKINSON. MARY Tom-Tom Business Manager 3,4.5,6
News Editor 7.81 Merit Scholarship Semilinalist 7.81 Folk
Dance Club 3.4,5.6.7,81 French Club 314,51 Westminister 3.4,
5.6 Chairman 5.61 S.M.C. 5.61 Honors Award 188.8.131.52
DORB. ELLEN JOYCE-Senior Play Cast 7: A.F.S, 3.4.51
Wigwam Junior Board 184.108.40.206
DOSS. PEGGY- Pep Club 3.4,5.6,7.81 G.A.A. 220.127.116.11,7.81
Leaders' Club 41 Girls' Volleyball Class Team 4
DREWS. BELINDA Orchestra 18.104.22.168.7,8: Band 3.4,5.6,7.
8 Secretary 5.61 Librarian 7.81 Marching Band 22.214.171.124.7.81
Pep Club 3.4: Senior Play' Orchestra 71 G.A.A. 3.-l.5,6,7.81
Honors Award 126.96.36.199 Intramural Sports 3.4.5,6.7,81 C'lass
Hockey' 3.5,71 Class Basketball -l,6,81 Varsity Hockey 3,5,71
Softball -I1 Class Volleyball Captain 3,5,71 Varsity Volleyball
and Basketball 7.8: "UH Club 5,6,7,81 Camp White Cloud
Counselor 61 Pep Band 345,617.81 Sophomore Orientation 5
DUNNE, JERRY- DeSmet High School, Creve Coeur, Mo.
3,4151 Ceramics Club 71 S.M.C. 61 Students for Peace 61
C,O.E, Work Club 7,81 Cycle Club 7,8
DUNNIGAN, ERROL- East St. Louis High School, East St.
Louis, Illinois 3.4,5,61 Letterman 7,81 Track 7,8, Football 7,8
DURHAM, PAUL- Marching Band Council 7,81 Pep Club
3,4,5,6.7,81 Honors Award 3,-1,51 Letterman 3,4,5,6,7,81 Var-
sity Wrestling 3,4,5,6,7,81 Junior Varsity Baseball 5,61 Var-
sity Baseball 7,81 Sophomore Baseball 3,41 Camp White Cloud
DYER, JOAN MARIE -Studem Council Representative 6
Alternate 31 Biology Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Pep Club 3,41 Yoga
Club 5,61 S.M.C. 5,61 A.F.S. 7,81 Youth Emergency Service
7,81 Archery 41 fax Election 41 Land Clearance for Rede-
velopment Authority Commissioner 7.8
EBERT, ROBERT LOUIS- Senior Cabinet 7,81 A Cappella
Choir 5,6,7,81 Concert Choir 7,8, Pep Club 5,6,7,81 Senior Play
Crew 7: Washington D.C. Trip 41 Letterman 7,81 Office Help
7,81 SPI Productions Cast 61 Water Polo 3,4,5,61 Swimming
EDISON, JULIE---Student Council Representative 41 A Cap-
pella Choir 3,41 Environment Club 61 French Club 3,4,5,6
Secretary 5,6 BulTet 3,51 Guitarists' Guild 4,5,61 Pep Club 3,4,
5,6: A.F.S. 5,61 G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,81 G.A.A. Big Sister 51
Honors Award 3,4,5,6,7,8 Homecoming Parade 3,4,5,62 Pan-
cake Breakfast 5,6,7,81 Father-Daughter Banquet Skit 41
Work Weekend 31 Modern Dance 3,4,5,61 After-School Sports
EISEN, CHARLES- -Ceramics Club 5,61 Chess Club 7,81
Folk Dance Club 5,6,7,81 SPI Productions Cast 61 Gymnastics
7,8: Greek 7,8
ENDERS, ROBERT-Curriculum Board 71 Merit Scholar-
ship Semitinalist 7,8, Chess Club 3,4,5,6,7,8 President 5,61
Spanish Club 3,41 S.M.C. 5,6,71 Bridge Club 3,41 Sopho-
more Orientation 51 Honors Award 3,4,5,61 Intramural Foot-
ball 3,41 Intramural Basketball 3,4,5,6
ENTWISTLE, MARY TERESE--Student Council Alter-
nate 4,51 Tom-Tom Features Statf 5,6 Feature Editor 7,81
Dial Yearbook Ad Editor 7.81 Biology Club 3,41 Environment
Club 5,61 Pep Club 3,4,5,61 Westminister Help Club 5,61
G.A.A. 3,4, Honors Award 314,51 SPI Productions Crew 4
EPSTEIN, MOPSY----Student Council Alternate 41 March-
ing Band 3.43 Westminister Help Club 5,61 Taberna 3,4,5,
6,7,8 Treasurer 7,81 SPI Productions Cast 6
ERLICI-I, RICHARD- -Student Council Alternate 61 A Cap-
pella Choir 3,4,5,6,7,8 Vice-President 5,6 President 7,81 Con-
cert Choir 5,6,7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6 Junior Spirit Chairman
5,61 S,M.C. 5,6,7,81 SPI Productions Cast 41 Sophomore
Basketball 3,41 Varsity Baseball 5,6
EVANS, MICHELE--Student Council Representative 3,4
Alternate 61 Dial Yearbook Clerical Staff 7,81 Sophomore
Board 31 A Cappella Choir 3,415.61 Pep Club 3,4,5,61 Wash-
ington, DC. Trip 41 G.A.A. 3,4,5,61 G.A.A. Big Sister 51
Honors Award 3,4161 Sophomore Orientation 61 Bridge Club
FALCONER, JONATHAN---S.M.C. 5,6
FIELDS, DEBORAH-fPep Club 7,8
FISHER, ELLEN J. --Pep Club 3,4,5,617,81 G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,
7,81 Hockey 31 Volleyball 41 Softball 4
FIXLER, MINDY---Student Council Representative 3,5 Art
Week Chairman 51 Sophomore Board 3.41 Junior Board 5,61
A Cappella Choir 6,7,81 Pep Club 3,41G.A.A, 3,4,5,6,7,8
FIXMAN, ELAINE SANDRA-A Cappella Choir 3,4,5.6,7.
81 Pep Club 3,4
FORNISS. EVERETT K. A Cappella Choir 3,41 Black Stu-
dent Union 5,61 Football 3,51 Basketball 3,4,5,61 Track 4
FOX, JAMES D. --Band 3,4,5,6,7,81 Stage Band 3,41 March-
ing Band 3,41 Ceramics Club 5,6,7,81 Pep Club 3,41 SPI Pro-
duction Crew 61 Photography Club 7,8
FREFDMAN, BRENDA ---Dial Yearbook Quips Staff 6:
Drama Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Yoga Club 61 A.F.S. 51 Honors
Award 4,61 Othce Help 51 Junior Board Service Project 61
UNICEF 71 "Winnie the Pooh" 5
FREY, ALAN- Student Council Alternate 3,4,5,61 Smoking
Lounge Committee Chairman 61 Tom-Tom Editorial and
Business Staff 71 Biology Club 6,71 Ceramics Club 71 Pep
Club 3,4,5,61 Westminister Help Club 5,6, S.M.C. 71 Ollice
Help 5,61 Tennis 4,6,81 Water Polo 3
FRIEDMAN, MARK Rules and Regulations Board 7,8:
Biology Club 7,81 Cinematography Club 7,81 Pep Club 3,41
Letterman 5,61 Gymnastics 3,4,5,6,7,81 Jr. Shoe-Shine 5,61
Book Store Help 5,61 Photography Club 7,8
FULLER, PERRY-Orchestra 5,6,7,81 Band 3,4,5,6,7,81
Stage Band 5,61 Marching Band 3,5171 Black Student Union
7,81 Senior Play Crew 71 Spanish Club 3,4,5,6 Treasurer 5,61
Letterman 3,4,7,81 SPI Production Crew 61 Wrestling 3,4,7,81
Biafra Club 5,6
GAKES, CHRISTINE --A Cappella Choir 5,61 Marching
Band Flag Bearer 7,81 French Club 5,61 SPI Productions
GALE, CHARLES---Dial Yearbook Candids Staff 7,81 Chess
Club 3,41 Cinematography Club 3,4,5,6,7,8 Vice-President 5,6
President 7,81 Library Board 5,6
GALE, JEFFREYfDebate Club 3,4,5,6,7,8 Vice-President
5,6 President 7,81 Honors Award 3,4,5,61 P.A. Announcer
GARBER, JEREMY--Student Council Representative 4 Al-
ternate 51 Tom-Tom News and Editorials Staff 6,7,81 Dial
Yearbook Roving Editor 7,81 Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
7,81 Orchestra 31 Esperanto Club 5,61 Westminister Help Club
5,61 S.M,C. 5,6,7,81 Honors Award 3,4,61 SPI Productions
GARDNER, MERRILL -Black Student Union 5,6,7,81 Foot-
ball 3,51 Basketball 4
GARFIELD, LORRAINE--Student Council Alternate 41
Dial Yearbook Clerical StalT 7,81 Junior Board 5,61 Senior
Cabinet Scrapbook Chairman 7,81 A Cappella Choir 3,4,5,6,
7,8 Scrapbook Co-Chairman 7,8, Madrigal Singers 31 Con-
cert Choir 7,8, Biology Club 5,61 Esperanto Club 5,61
Guitarists' Guild 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,8 Spirit Committee
5, Publicity Chairman 6, Spirit Chairman 7,8 Board 7,81 Sen-
ior Play Steering Committee, Cast 71 A.F.S. 3,41G.A.A. 3,4,
5,6,7,81 Leaders' Club 7,81 SPI Productions Cast 61 Work
Weekend 31 Intramural Sports 3,4,5,6,7,81 A.F.S. Guide 61
Prom Committee 6
GELLMAN, BUNNE-Student Council Representative 3
Alternate 51 Tom-Tom Advisory Representative 3,4,5,61
Sophomore Board 3,41 Junior Board 5,61 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,
7,8 Sophomore Representative 3,4 Treasurer 7,8, G.A.A. 3,4,
5,6,7,81 Leaders' Club 3,41 Hockey 31 Work Weekend 31 Jr.
Board Shoe Shine 5,61 Jr. Board H,O.G. Day 6
GEORGE, DION E-fStudent Council Alternate 41 A Cappella
Choir 516,81 Black Student Union 5,61 Senior Play Crew 71
Spanish Club 7,8
GERHARD, ARTHUR---Tom-Tom Reporter 3,41 Ceramics
Club 7,81 German Club 3,4,5,6,7,8 Vice-President 7,81 KFUR
Radio Club 5,61 Letterman 3,4,5,6,7,81 Gymnastics 3,4,5,6,7,81
Photography Club 7,8
GERS,ALANfPep Club 3.4
GERS, MOREY- -Audio-Visual Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Senior Play
Technical Director 7 Asst. Lighting Director1 Library Help 51
Media Lab Student Supervisor 5,6,7,81 SPI Productions
Asst. Tech. Director 6, Crew 41 Stage Crew 3,4,5,6,7,8 Vice-
President 5,6 President 7,81 Senior Assembly Crew 8
GILDEN, DAVID--Audio-Visual Club 7,81 Ceramics Club
3,41 Cinematography Club 7,8, Environment Club 5,61 Pep
Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Yoga Club 5,6, A.F.S. 5,6,7,81 Honors
GINSBURG, BARRY---Ceramics Club 6,7,81 Environment
Club 5,61 Pep Club 3,4,51 Westminister Help Club 3,4151
S.M.C. 5,6,71 Sophomore Football 31 Rifle Club Treasurer 3,
41 Principal's Advisory Committee 3,4
GIRAUD, ANNE---Pep Club 3,4,7,8 Co-Chairman Float 7,81
G.A.A. 3,4,7,81 Wigwam Junior Board 3,4,5,6,7,8 Secretary-
Treasurer 7,81 Junior Board 5,61 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Sopho-
more Orientation 51 Work Weekend 31 Leaders' Club 3,41 Vol-
GOLD, BOB-Student Council Alternate 61 Junior Board 5,
61 3,4,5,61 Senior Play Steering Committee, Cast 71 Letterman
7,81 Jr. Varsity Soccer 31 Varsity Soccer 5,7
GOLDBERG, STEVE---Student Council Alternate 61 Chess
Club 314,51 German Club 3,4,5,6,7,81KFUR Radio Club 3,4,5,
6,7,8 President 5,61 Westminister Help Club 3,41 Honors
Award 3,4,5,61 Ham Radio Club 7,81RiFle Club 3,4
GOLDENBERG, IRVINfStudent Council Representative 3,
4,5,61 Human Relations Board 7,81 Sophomore Board 3,41
Junior Board 5,61 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Biology Club 7,81 Pep
Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Honors Award 7,81 Letterman 3,4,5,6,7,81
Olhce Help 3,4,5,6,7,81 Varsity Cross Country 3,4,5,6,7,81
Varsity Wrestling 5,6,7,81 Varsity Track 5,6,7,81 Junior Var-
sity Wrestling 3,41 Junior Varsity Track 3,41 Wrestling Team
Captain 5,6,7,81 Tribe 3,4,5,6,7,81 UNICEF Drive 3,-l,5,6,7,81
Track Club 3,4,5,6,7,8
GOLDSTEIN, JOEL-Student Council Representative 3
Alternate 4 Student Employment Committee Chairman 51
Tom-Tom News Staff 3,4 Sports Editor 5,6 Editor-in-Chief
7,81 Sophomore Board 3,41 Junior Board 5,61 Merit
Scholarship Letter 7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Honors Award
3,4,5,6,7,81 Letterman 5,6,7,81 Tennis 4,6,8Q Harvard Book
Award 61 Quill 81 Scroll 6,7,81 Principal's Advisory Com-
mittee 5,61"Vote at 18" Club Co-organizer 5,6
GOLDWASSER, JOY -Yoga Club 5,61 Senior Student
Teacher 7,81 Literary Magazine 5,6,7,8
GOODMAN, JULIE A Cappella Choir 4,5,61 Orchestra 3,
4,5,6,81 Folk Dance Club 5,6,7.81 S.M.C. 5,6: Honors
Award 61 SPI Productions Cast 41 Girls' Intramural Sports
3,4,51 Modern Dance 3.41 Photography Club 5.6
GOODMAN, LARRY B, Environment Club 61 Pep Club
5,6,7,81 KFUR Radio Club 3,41 Sophomore Basketball Man-
GORMAN, COLLEEN--Environment Club 51 Pep Club 3,
4,5,61 A.F.S. 3,41 G.A.A. 3,4,5,61 Oflice Help 51 Girls' Bas-
ketball 3,4,5,61 Girls' Track 41 Girls' Hockey Team 3,51
Girls' Soltball Team 4,51 Work Weekend 3,4
GRAFMAN, ALLAN--Student Council Representative 3
Alternate 41 Tom-Tom Features Staff 7,81 Dial Yearbook
.Advertising StalT 7,81 Sophomore Board 31 Merit Scholarship
Letter 7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Honors Award 3,6,7,81
Football 31 Intramural Sports, Paddleball1 Cycle Club 6,71
C.O.E. Work Clubg Students for Peace
GREENBERG, ANNALEE-Student Council Alternate 41
Tom-Tom Business Staff 7,81 Junior Board 5,61 Senior
Cabinet 7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Westminister Help Club
3,41 G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,81 Leaders' Club 3,41 Honors Award 5,6
GREENBERG, MARKfStudent Council Representative 61
Curriculum Board Chairman 7,81 Merit Scholarship Semi-
hnalist 7,81 Cinematography Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Debate Club 31
Environment Club 5,61S.M.C. 7,8
GROSMAN, BRENDA-A Cappella Choir 6,81 Marching
Band 3,4,5,6,7,8 Banner Girls Captain1 Pep Club 3,4,5,61
GROSSMAN, ROBERT---Cinematography Club 6: KFUR
Radio Club 3,4,7,81 Collector for Kettlekamp Scholarship
GUBERMAN, SANDRA L.--Folk Dance Club 7,81 Senior
Play Crew 71 A.F.S, 3,4,5,61 Girls' Tennis 3,41 Girls' Swim-
ming 3,41 Work Weekend 3,41 Pancake Breakfast 3,4
GULLER, KEITH-Student Council Alternate 3,4,5,61 Junior
Board 5,61 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 SPI Production Cast 41
Intramural Football 3,41 Varsity Soccer 3,41 Tim Foil Club 3,
GUYER, KARL-Tom-Tom Representative 3,4,5,61 Orch-
estra 3,4.5,7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 SPI Production Crew
61 Soccer Manager
HANLAN, LORIE-Drama Club 5,6,7 President 71 Pep
Club 3,4,5.6: Westminister Help Club 5,61 G.A.A. 3,4,5,61
Honors Award 3,4,6
HARRISON, LYNNE-Beaumont High School, St. Louis,
Mo. 3,41 Tom-Tom Feature StaFI 7,81 A Cappella Choir 7,81
Concert Choir 81 Band 5,6,7,81 Marching Band 7,81 Pep Club
7,81 Senior Play Crew 71 G.A.A. 71 Honors Award 61 Gym-
nastics 71 Pep Band 5,6,7,81 Kettlecamp Drive 6
HAUSWIRTH, MARY--Pep Club 3.41 G.A.A. 3,41 Girls'
Intramural Archery 3,41 F.B.L.A. 5,6 Vice-President 7,8
HAYES. TERRY-A Cappella Choir 3.4,5.61 Black Stu-
dent Union 5,6,7,81 Pep Club 7,81 Yoga Club 5,61 Student
Store Help 5,61 SPI Production Cast 41 Human Relations
Board 7,81 F.B.L.A.
HELIGMAN. JANICE-French Club 5,61 Pep Club 3,4,5,6:
Senior Play Steering Committee 7: G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,81 Honors
Award 3,4,5,61G.A.A. Big Sister 5
HENDIN, LINDA R.-Student Council Representative 3,51
Student Store Committee Chairman 51 Publicity Committee
31 Activities Board Secretary 7,81 Circulation Manager 5,6
Ad, Writing, and Circulation StalT 3,41 Tom-Tom Dial Year-
book Clerical and Candids Staff 7,81 Sophomore Board 3,41
Junior Board 5,61 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Winter Service Project
Chairman 71 Merit Scholarship Letter 7,81 A Cappella Choir
3,4,5,6,7,8 Scrapbook Chairman 7,81 Concert Choir 7,81
Drama Club 7,81 French Club 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,6 Pep Club
Board, Winter Sports Chairman 3,41 Senior Play Steering
Committee and Cast 71 A.F.S. 5,61 G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,8 Big
Sister 51 Honors Award 3,4,5,61 SPI Productions Cast 4,6
Publicity Committee 61 Homecoming toroiiation Chairman
51 Sophomore Orientation 51 Service Award 5,61 FTA 3,4
IIFNNESSY, PATRICK Stage Band 7,81 German Club
5,61 Tribe 3,4,5,6,7,81 Sophomore Football 3,41 Sophomore
Track 3,41 Varsity Swimming 3,4,5,6,7,81 Varsity Water
HII.L, ARTIE McKinley High School 3,41 Black Student
Union 5,6,7,81 Letterman 5,6,7,81 Football 5,6,7
HOFFMAN. CAROL LEE Grant High School, Los Angeles
California 31 Ceramics Club 31 French Club 3,41 Guitarists'
Guild 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 A.F.S. 3,4,5,6,7,8 Pancake
Breakfast, Stock Salesman, Work Weekend 3,41 G,A.A, 3,4,
5,61 Student Store Help 31 Tennis 3,41 llockey 3,41 Wigwam
Junior Board 3,4,5.6,7,8
HUMPHREY, KATHY Student Council Alternate 5,61
Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Volleyball Team 3,4
HURWIT Z, DEBORAH Student Council Representative
61 Tom-Tom Free-lance Contributor 61 Folk-Dance Club 31
SMC. 5,61 Archery 31 Discipline Advisory Committee Asst.
HYATT, RICHARD MICHAEL- -Student Council Repre-
sentative 3 Alternate 41 Curriculum C'ommittee, Fund Rais-
ing Committceg Junior Board Treasurer 5,61 Band 3,41 March-
ing Band 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Letterman 3,4,5,6,7,81
Varsity Tennis 3,4
HYMAN, KEITH--Student Council Representative 61 Or-
chestra 3,4,5,6,7,8 Student Conductor1 Band 3,4,5,6,7,
8 Uniform Manager1 Stage Band 3,4,5,6,7,81 Marching Band
3,4,5,6,7,8 Marching Band Councilg Senior Play Orchestra 71
SPI Productions Orchestra 61 Brass Choir 3,4,5,6
HYMAN, LORI--School Relations Board 7,81 Orchestra 5,
6,7,81 Band 3,4,5.6,7,81 Stage Band 5,6.7,81 Marching Band
3,4,5,6,7,81 A.F.S. 3,41 Media Lab 7,81Bial'ra Club 5,61 Hamil-
ton Help 31 Woodwind Sextet 7.81 Pep Band 5,6
INUKAI, GERALD---Dial Yearbook Layout Editors 7,81
German Club 7,81 Cross Country 3,41 Soccer 3,41 Track 3,4
Senior Play Stage Crew 7
JACKSON, ETTA-- Student Council Representative 3,4,5,61
Exchange Committee Chairman 41 Social Chairman 51 Activi-
ties Board 7,81 Sophomore Board 3,41 Junior Board Secretary
5,61 Senior Cabinet President 7,81 Black Student Union Secre-
tary 3,4,5,6,7,8 Chairman Cultural Affairs 5,61 Editor of BSU
Newsletter 7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5.61 Senior Play Cast 71 Spanish
Club 3,41 G,A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,81 Cheerleader 3,-l,5.6 Sophomore
Captain 3,41 Taberna 3.4,5,6.7,81 Primitive Dance President
7,81 Girl's Hockey Team 3,41 Girls' Volleyball Team 3,41
Basketball Team 3,41 Wigwam Junior Board Treasurer 61
Sophomore Orientation 5
JACOB, JEFFREY H.--Student Council Representative 4
Alternate 31 Chess Club 3,4l Honors Award 4.5.61 St. Louis
U. Exchange 41 Teachers' Assistant 71 Tax Election 5,6
JOHNSON. EVELYN RENEE--Tom-Tom Promotional Art
Editor 71 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Black Student 5.61 Pep Club 71
Afro-American Club 3,41 Senior Play Crew 71 G.A,A. 5,6,71
Leaders' Club 7.81 Chairman Winter Sports 7,81 Chairman
Senior Luncheon 7,81Office Help 7,8
JOHNSON, REUBEN K,fA Cappella Choir 5,6: Black Stu-
dent Union 5.61 Varsity Football 7,8
JONES, TIM--Student Council Representative 3,4 Alternate
5,61 Audio-Visual Club 61 Ceramics Club 31 German Club 71
Guitarists Guild 3,41 Pep Club 3.4.5,6,7,81 Letterman 3,4,5,
6,7,81 SPI Productions Crew 61 Football 3,4,5,6,7,81 Wrestling
3,4,5,6,7,81 Track 3,4,5,6,7,81 Summer Water Polo Tax Elec-
tiong Sports Club
KAHN. DIANE-Student Council Representative 61 Senior
Cabinet 7,81 Senior Assembly 7,8, Senior Movie 7,81 Con-
cert Choir 3,41 Band 3,4,5,6,7,8 Publicity Chairman 7,81
Marching Band 3,4,5,6,7,8 Marching Band Council 7,8, Pep
Club 3,4,5,6,7.81 Afterschool Swimming 3,41 Ping-Pong 3,41
Tennis 3,41 Banner Girl 5,6,7,8 Alternate 5,6 Co-Captain 7,81
Service Award 5,6,7,8
KAHN, EVE-A Cappella Choir 3,4,5,6,7,81 Concert Choir
5,6,7,81 Ceramics Club 51 Guitarists' Guild 7,81 Westminister
Help Club 41S.M.C,5,61A.F.S.3,41Taberna 7,8
KAPLAN. BARRY---Student Council Representative 3.
Sophomore Board 3.41 Band 3.4,5,6,7,8 Uniform Manager
3,41 Stage Band 3,4,188.8.131.52 Marching Band 3,41 Pep Club
3,41 SPI Productions Orchestra 4.61Jr. Varsity Wrestling 3
KAPLAN. JUDY--Student Council Representative 3.41
Sophomore Board 3,41 Junior Board 5.61 Senior Cabinet 7,
81 A Cappella Choir 314.5161 Pep Club 3.4.5,6,7,81 Spanish
Club 31 G.A.A, 3,4,5,6,7,81 Leaders' Club 3,41 Honors Axtard
5.6,7,81 SPI Productions Cast. Crew 61 Wigwam junior
Board 3184.108.40.206.8 Vice-President 7.81 Work Weekend 3.41
Ilainilton llelp 3.4
Is.-XTZ. DANIEL Pep Club 3.4.5161 Spanish Club 31415.61
Is.-XTZ. .IOANNIQ Ceramics Club 5161 Cinematography Club
5.61 Pep Club 3141 Westminister Help Club 220.127.116.11 Cl1Llll'IT111l'IQ
S.M.C, 51617.81 A.I-.S. 18.104.22.168 Scrapbook CITLIITITILIITQ G.A.A.
3.41 Youth Action Work 5.61 Youth to Aid Biafra 3.41 IRLIIUO
Club 5.61 BCA 22.214.171.124
Is.-XTZINIAN1 NANCY Biology Club 3.41 Folk Dance Club
5.61 Spanish Club 3.41S.M.C. 5.6
KAUFMAN. LOUISE Student Council Representative 3.
415161 Tom-Tom Exchange Editor 7.81 .lunior Board 5.61
Senior Cabinet Publicity Chairman 7181 Pep Club 3.415.617.81
Senior Play Steering Committee 71 Westminister Help Club
314.5161 G.A.A. 31-1151617.81 After-school Volleyball 3.41
Afterschool Tennis 5161 Student Government Day 5.61 High
School Day' 5.6
KEIL. .IOYCI1 SALLY Senior Cabinet 7.81 A Cappella
Choir 126.96.36.199.-,,8i SPI Production Cast 61 Girls' Swimming
KINCADIQ1 MATHEW III. Mercy High School 3.4.5161 Black
Student Union 7
KISSANE. .IIM Merit Scholarship Letter 7181 Honors
Award 51 Letterman 7.81 Baseball 41 Varsity 6181 Sports Club
KLAYMAN. SHARI Student Council Alternate 51 Pep
Club 3.41 Westminister Help Club 3.41 Yoga Club 5.61 A.F.S.
KLEIMAN. ALBERT Student Council Alternate 31 Tom-
Tom Advertising Staff 3.41 Biology Club 4.51 Guitarists'
Guild 3188.8.131.52.81 Pep Club 184.108.40.206.7.81S.M.C. 51617.81 A.F.S.
3.41 Youth to Aid Biafra President 3.4
KLEINDIENST. KRIS Alfton High School 3141 Student
Council Representative 61 Ceramics Club 6.7.81 S.M.C. 5.6171
81 Honors Award 61 Youth Emergency Service 5.6.7181 Youth
Action Work-In 52K21ZOO Club 5.6
KLOECKENER. MARK Student Council Alternate 4.51
Band 3.-1151617.81 Marching Band 3.41 German Club 5.6.7181
Pep Club 51617.81 Football 31 Track 4
KOHM. RUTH ELLEN - Student Council Representative 51
Pep Club 3.4.516.7.81 Senior Play Steering Committee 71
G.A.A. 220.127.116.11.7181 Pride Week 6
KOLIVAKI1 IRENE A Cappella Choir 3141516.81 Concert
Choir 81 Pep Club 3.41 Taberna 3,41 Hockey 3141 Basketball
3.41 Foreign Students Club Secretary 7.81 F.B.L.A. Vice-
KORNBLUM1 MARCIA- -Student Council Alternate 4.5.61
Sunshine Committee Co-chairman 61 Dial Yearbook Clerical
Editor 7.81 A Cappella Choir 3,-115,617.8 Secretary-Treasurer
7.81 Concert Choir 7.81 Debate Club 71 Senior Play Steering
Committee. Cast 71 Library Help 3.4.516.71 Media Lab Help
61 Student Store Help 3
KRANZBERG1 CINDY Student Council Representative 3.41
A Cappella Choir 5.61 Clinic Help 3.-115,617.81 Service Award
KRANZBERG. ROBYNN Student Council Representative
3141 Alternate 5161 Sophomore Board 3.41 .lunior Board 5,61
Folk Dance Club 4.51 Pep Club 3141567.81 G.A.A. 18.104.22.168.
7.81 Leaders' Club 3141 Honors Award 4.61 Cheerleader 3.41
5.61 Library Help 5.61 Student Store 4.51 Girls' Hockey Teams
3.4.5161 Intramural Volleyball 3,4,5,6: Intramural Bowling
3.4.5161 Normandy and Burroughs Exchanges 5.61 Father-
Daughter Banquet Skit 3.4.5161 G.A.A. Big Sister 51 G.A.A.
Decoration Committeeg Senior Life Saving 61 Scuba Diving
61 Homecoming Decoration Committee 61 Pep Club Mixer
Committee 3.51 Homecoming Float 3151 Homecoming Parade
KUHN. DEBORAH DIANE -Student Council Representa-
tive 3.51 Sunshine Committee Chairman 51 Tom-Tom Classi-
fied Ads StalT 7.81 Sophomore Board 3.41 Pep Club 22.214.171.124.7.8
Board member 7181 G.A.A. 314126.96.36.199 Board member 7.81
Homecoming Senior Maid 71 Cheerleader 3.415.6.718 Co-
Captain 7181 Girls' Interschool Hockey team 188.8.131.52.7.81 Var-
sity Hockey 51617181 Girls' Interschool Volleyball team 184.108.40.206.
7.81 Camp White Cloud Counselor 61 Wigwam Junior Board
3.4.51 Prom Reporter 7.8
LADIN. BETH - Student Council Representative 3.51 Alter-
nate 4.61 Tom-Tom Stall' 31 Dial Yearbook Editor-in-Chief
7181 A Cappella Choir 3.4220.127.116.11 Biology Club 3.4.5161
French Club 18.104.22.168 Yoga Club 5161 G.A.A. 3.4.5161 Lead-
ers' Club 5.71 Honors Award 3.4.5
LARSON. MARGIE Student Council Alternate 41 Pep Club
22.214.171.124g Westminister Help Club 314.516 Chairman 5.61 Yoga
Club 5.61 G.A.A. 126.96.36.199 Archery 41 Swimming 41 Work
LAY. JOANN Student Council Alternate 31 Black Student
Union 5161 Pep Club 3.4.5161 Interschool Girls' Volleyball
Class Team 188.8.131.52
LEAVITT. ALAN--- Rules and Regulations Board 7.81 Dial
Candids Staff 7.81 Biology Club 3.415161 Guitarists' Guild 7.
81 Yoga Club 5.61 Ilonors Award 3.4.51 Letterman 7.81 Junior
Varsity Track 3.41 Varsity Gymnastics 3.415.6.718 Captain
7.81 Photography Club 7.8
LEVER. PHYLLIS Taberna 184.108.40.206.7.8 Secretary 220.127.116.11
LEVY. BABETTE R. -Tom-Tom Features Staff 7181 Or-
chestra 3141516.71 Biology Club 31415.61 Folk Dance Club 314.
5.61Westminister Help Club 5161 Honors Award 3.4.5
LIGGINS. JEANETTE -Senior Cabinet 7.81 Black Student
Union 51617181 Pep Club 51617.81 Senior Play Crew 71 Spanish
Club 7.8: Yoga Club 61G.A.A. 51617.81 Library Help 71 Otliee
Help 71 Intramural Sports 31417.81 After-school Sports:
Bowling Club 7
LIGHT. ROBIN -French Club 3.41 Pep Club 18.104.22.168.7.81
G.A.A. 3,415.61 Leaders' Club 3.41 Volleyball 31 Basketball 41
Swimming 41 Hockey 3
LIPSCHITZ. SAM- Library Help 5161 Media Lab Help 7.8
LORENZ1 TIM Merit Scholarship Letter 7.81 Biology Club
President 3.41 Chess Club 7.81 Cinematography Club 516.718
Vice-President 7.81 Folk Dance 31415161718 President 516.7181
S.M.C, 5.61 Library Art Board 516
LOVE. MARY --Coleman High School 31415.61 Black Student
LYNCH. ARVIS B.--Student Council Representative 4161
Tax Election Committee 41 Senior Cabinet Secretary 7181
Merit Scholarship Letter 7181 Band 51617.81 Marching Band
51617.81 Flag BCHFCF1 Black Student Union 516.7.81 Pep Club
31415.617.81 Secretary1 G.A.A. 3.415.617181 Leaders' Club 3.4.
5.61 Clinic Help 7.81 Girls' Intramural Sports 314.5161 Girls'
Class Volleyball Team 4.618
LYSS. MICHAEL STEPHAN Tom-Tom News Staff 7.81
Dial Layout Editor 7.81 Orchestra 3.41718 Secretary-Treasurer
7.81 Folk Dance Club 617181 Latin Club 3.41 Honors Award
3.4.5161 SPI Productions Orchestra 61 Greek 718 Merit Schol-
arship Letter 7.8
MANKOFSKY. LESTER-Biology Club 51 French Club 3.41
KFU R Radio Club 31 Honors Award 4.6
MANNING. HOWARD-Activities Board 7181 Senior Cab-
inet 7.81 Biology Club 7.8L Black Student Union 718: Drama
MARTIN. LARRY-Band 5.617.8: Black Student Union 5.61
MATHES. .IOHN MICHAEL Tom-Tom Circulation Staff
41 A.F.S. 31 Rifle Club 3.41 County Government Day 31 C.O,E.
MAYER. TEDRA -Student Council Representative 61 Dial
Yearbook Ad Staff 71 Merit Scholarship Letter 7.81 A Cap-
pella Choir 3.41516.7.81 Pep Club 3.41A1F.S. 3.41 G.A.A. 3.41
Intramural Sports 3.4,516.7.81 Hamilton Help 31 Work Week-
end 31 Tom-Tom Representative 314.5
MAYORWITZ1 KATHY- Senior Cabinet 7.81 Merit Scholar-
ship Letter 7181 French Club 5.61 Pep Club 3.41 Senior Play
Ticket Committee 71 A,F.S. 5.6 Publicity Co-Chairman 5161
G.A.A. 3,415.61 Honors Award 3.4.51 Sophomore Orientation 5
MCDERMOTT, MAUREEN Pep Club 314.516.7181 West-
minister Help Club 3.41 G.A.A. 31415.61 F.B.L.A. 617.8 Vice-
McKEOWN. MARY ELIZABETH---Student Council Repre-
sentative 51 Drama Club 5.6.71 G.A.A. 3.41 Honors Award 5.
61 Girls' Afterschool Tennis. Hockey, Basketball 31 Volley-
ball. Softball 41 Hockey 61 Volleyball. Softball 6
MEESEY1JEANNE G.A.A. 22.214.171.124.7.81 Class Hockey 3.5.71
Class Basketball 4.6L Class Volleyball 4.61 Varsity Hockey 3.
51 Varsity Basketball 4161 Varsity Volleyball 4161 Softball 41
MENDELSON. ELAINE --Pep Club 3126.96.36.199.81 A.F.S. 3.
41 G.A.A. 314.5161 Hockey 3141 Volleyball 3.41 Tax Election
MELECHEN1 NINA- -Merit Scholarship Semilinalist 7.81
Folk Dance Club 617181 Westminister Help Club 188.8.131.52 Co-
Chairman 5.61 Honors Award 314.51 Magazine Board of Edi-
MERRITT. NORMAN--A Cappella Choir 3.41 Chess Club
3141 Pep Club 3.4151617.81 Waterpolo 3141 Baseball 3141 Wres-
MEYER, MARC JOEL Student Council Representative 61
Junior Board 5,61 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Orchestra Principal
Clarinet 5,6,7.83 Marching Band 3,5,7 Drum Major 5,73 Band
3,4,5,6,7,8 Concert Master 5,6783 Pep Club 5,6781 Senior
Play Orchestra 3,7 Conductor 71 Letterman 5,6781 SPI Pro-
ductions 4,6 Principal Clarinet 63 Boys Gymnastics 3,4,5,6,7,8
Varsity 5,6,7,83 Pep Band 3.41 Conductor 5,6783 Sophomore
MEYERS, SUSAN Senior Cabinet 7,83 French Club 5.63
Pep Club 3,4.5,63 G.A,A. 3,4,5,63 Honors Award 3,4,5.6
MILLBURG, CINDY Mercy High School 3.43 Pep Club
5.6,7,83 Westminister Help Club 5.63 G.A,A, 5,6783 Girls'
Basketball 7,83 Girls' Softball 8
MILLER. PATTY .A. A Cappella Choir 3,4,5.63 G,A,A.
MILLER. PATTY E. Toni-Tom News StaIT 41 Merit
Scholarship Letter 7,81 A.F.S. 7,81 Leaders' Club 33 Honors
Award 3,4,5,63 Work Weekend 3
MISCHEAUX, FRANK Merit Scholarship Letter 7,83
Stage Band 63 Audio-Visual Club 7,83 Black Student Union 5,
6.7,83 Cinematography Club 7,83 Environment Club 5,61 Pep
Club 5,6783 Letterman 7,83 Varsity Basketball 5.678
M ITCHELL, ANNA Photography Club 7,83 Ollice Help 7.8
MOBERLY, JOHN T., JR. -Senior Play Cast 7: Soccer
MOONSHINE. DONALD--Student Council Alternate 31
Merit Scholarship Semihnalist 7,83 Band 3.4,5,6.7,83 Stage
Band 184.108.40.206,7,81 Marching Band 3,4,220.127.116.11 Oilicer 5.63 Ger-
man Club 5,6,7,83 Senior Play Orchestra 3.73 Honors Award
3,4,5,63 SPI Production Orchestra 63 Soccer 3,4,5,6 Varsity
MOORE, CASEY--A Cappella Choir 7,81G.A,A. 7,83 Swim-
ming 5,6783 Basketball and Volleyball 7,81 Service Award 4,8
MORRIS, PAUL---Pep Club 3,43 Sophomore Football 3,43
Soccer 3,4,5,63 Sophomore Baseball 3,4
MOSHROWSKY. STEVE--Baseball 3,478
MUELLER. KEVIN -Student Council Representative 5: Let-
terman 5.6.73 Varsity Football 53 Track 63 Cross Country 73
County Government Day 3
MULLER, GEORGE--Folk Dance Club 3,41 Westminister
Help Club 3,43 S.M.C. 5,6
NELSON, LEE-Chess Club 5.6
NELSON, SCOTT-Band 3.4,5,63 Stage Band 53 Marching
Band 3,43 Chess Club 3,43 KFUR Radio Club 7,83 Bridge
Club 3,4,5,6.7,83 Wrestling 18.104.22.168
NELSON. STEVEN KEITH--Black Student Union 5.6781
Guitarists' Guild 3.4
NEUMANN, DAVID NEIL-Student Council Representa-
tive 3,43 Sophomore Board Vice-Chairman 3.43 Junior Board
5,6 HOG Day Co-Chairman 6, Junior Service Project 63 Band
3.43 Marching 3,4,5,63 Pep Club 3,4.5.6,7,8 Junior Board Rep-
resentative 5,63 Westminister Help Club 41 Wrestling 3,5
NORBERG, PETER--Biology Club 43 Library Help 7,81
SPI Productions Crew 6
NOVACK, AARONfPep Club 3,43 KFUR Radio Club 53
Letterman 3,4,5,6,7,83 SPI Productions Publicity 43 Football
3,43 Junior Varsity Wrestling 3.43 Baseball 3,43 Varsity
Wrestling 5.6,7,83 Tribe 3,22.214.171.124,8
OBERMAN. STEVEf-Senior Cabinet 7,83 Pep Club 5,6783
Tribe 3.4.5,6,7.83 Football 3,57 Moratorium 53 Intramural
PAIGE, PAMELA-Activities Board 7.83 Senior Cabinet 7.83
Band '51 Marching Band 53 Black Student Union 5,6,7,83
Drama Club 71 French Club 53 Pep Club 3,4,126.96.36.199 Senior
Play Cast 7
PALMER, MICHAEL --Pep Club 3.43 Honors Award 7,81
Letterman 7.83 Track 4,6,81 Cross Country 5,7 Captain 7
PARKER. MAYER- Debate Club 33 Environment Club 63
Pep Club 3,4.5,63 Spanish Club 3.4,53 S.M,C. 7,83 Safety
Club 41 Presidential Election Club 33 Tax Election 4
PARKS, ELIZABETH JEAN-- Student Council Representa-
tive 43 A Cappella Choir 3.4,5,6,7,83 ConcertChoir 4783 SPI
Productions Crew 4 Cast 63 Intramural Hockey, Soccer, Bas-
PAYNE. SUSIE -Student Council Alternate 3.43 Tom-Tom
Feature Staff 6,7.83 Dial Yearbook Ads Stall' 7,81 Orchestra
3,4,5,6,7,83 Band 5,63 Drama Club 5.63 French Club 3.43 Pep
Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Senior Play Crew 73 Westminister Help
Club 3,41 Yoga Club 5,63 A.F.S, 3,43 G.A,A, 3,4.5.6,7.83
Leaders' Club 3.4: SPI Productions Crew 43 Girls' Afterschool
Tennis 5.63 Pancake Breakfast: Senior Breakfast
PERMUTER, LESLIE-Honors Award 6,7,83 Taberna
3,4.5,6.7.8 Vice-President 7.8
PEVNICK, JULIE ANN Ceramics Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Pep
Club 3,41 Spanish Club 3,43 Student Store llclp 3.43 llockey
PILLARS, TIQRRI Senior Cabinet 73 Band 5,6783 March-
ing Band 5,6,7,8 Banner Girl3 Black Student llnion 5.6,73 Pep
Club 3,4,5,6,73 Senior Play Crew 73 G.A.A. 3.4,5,6,73 Tab-
POCOST, MICHAEL Student Council Alternate 5,63
Audio-Visual Club 3,43 Pep Club 3,4.5,6.7,83 KFUR Radio
Club 31 Sophomore Orientation 53 Sports Club 3,4
POLETTE, JULIE Environment Club 5,63 Pep Club 3,4,5,
6783 SPI Productions Crew 61 Scholastic Art Award 3,4
PORTNOFF. SCOTT Merit Scholarship Semilinalist 7,8,
Bridge Club 3,188.8.131.52.8
PRICE, SCOTT Yorktown Senior High, Arlington, Va.
3,4,53 Debate Club 7,83 Senior Play Steering Committee 73
Yoga Club 63 Gymnastics Team Letter 5,678
PRATHER, SHARON Black Student Union 5,6783 Pep
Club 5,6783 Spanish Club 3,43 G.A.A. 3,4.5.63 Volleyball3
Basketball, Hockey3 F.B.L,A.
PRATZEL, ALAN-- Student Council Alternate 3.43 Biology
Club 3,43 Environment Club 3,43 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,83 Wash-
ington, D.C. Trip 63 Letterman 73 Sophomore Football 33 Golf
4.6.83 Intramural Football 3,53 Intramural Basketball 3,53
Intramural Hockey 5,63 Intramural Softball 4,63 Sophomore
Orientation 53 Homecoming Decorations Committee 53 Latin
Club 3,4,51 Tribe 3,4
RADMAN, SHEILA---Tom-Tom Staff Reporter 3.43 A Cap-
pella Choir 3,4,5.6,7,83 Concert Choir 7,83 Guitarists' Guild
3,43 G,A.A. 3,4,5.6
RANDALL. GARY Student Council Representative 3.53
Alternate 4,61 Junior Board 5,63 Pep Club 3,4,5.6,7.83 Letter-
man 3,4,5.6,7,83 Sophomore Basketball 3,43 Varsity Tennis 4,
REIMANN, CHRISTINE -Senior Life Saving 43 Beginning
Tennis 43 UNICEF Drive 5,73 Mental Retardation Drive 6
RENNARD. DEBRA -Biology Club 5,6,7,8 Vice-President 73
French Club 3.41 Pep Club 3,4,5.6,7,83 A.F.S. 73 G.A.A. 3.4.5.
6783 Intramural Hockey 3.4,5,6,7.83 Intramural Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball. Advanced Tennis 3,4.5,6783 Badminton
RICHARDS, FRANKfRules and Regulations Board Chair-
man 7.83 Tom-Tom Sports Staff 5,61 Merit Scholarship Letter
7,83 Black Student Union 5,6,7,8 Tutoring Committee Chair-
man 5.6 Minister of Finance, Tutoring Chairman 7.83 Chess
Club 33 German Club 3.4,5,6.7,8 Vice-President 5,6 President
7,83 Honors Award 53 Letterman 83 Boys' Tennis Team 3.4.5,
6,7,83 German Club Ausflug 3,4.5,6,7,8
RICHMAN. ERIC S.4Cinematography Club 5,6783 Pep
Club 5,61 Track 6,83 Cross Country 73 Kettlecamp Scholarship
RIDLEY. BENJAMIN J. III -Student Council Representa-
tive 5.61 Curriculum Committee Co-Chairman 63 Black Student
Union 3.4,5,6.7,8 Vice-President 5,6 Minister of information
7,81 Track 63 Sophomore Orientation 53 Grievance Committee
RIGGINS, DEBRA ROSE-Student Council Representative
4 Alternate 33 Senior Cabinet 7.83 Sophomore Board 33 A Cap-
pella Choir 5,6783 Marching Band 53 Black Student Union
5.63 French Club 3.43 Pep Club 3,4,5,6.73 Senior Play Cast 73
G.A.A. 3.41 Girls' Basketball 33 Girls' Tennis 3
ROBINSON, DAVID-Tom-Tom Sports Staff 3.4 Sports
Editor 5.6,7,83 Merit Scholarship Letter 7,83 Pep Club 3,4,5,6.
7,8 Board member 5,63 Honors Award 3,4,5.63 Letterman 3.4,
5,6,7.83 Sophomore Basketball 3,43 Varsity Basketball 5,6783
Varsity Golf 3.4,5,6,7,8 Captain3 Representative to Sports-
ROESLER, JILL-- Pep Club 7.83 G.A.A, 3,4,5.6.7,83 Varsity
Basketball 4.6.83 Varsity Hockey 5,71 Advanced Tennis 4.83
Interschool Volleyball 4,6,83 Table Tennis 4.6.83 Ll. Club 5,6.
ROESLER, LARRY-Tom-Tom Photography Stall' 3.4,5,63
Dial Yearbook Photography StalT 7,83 Biology Club 53 Senior
Play Crew 73 SPI Productions Crew 63 Photography Club 3,4
ROGERS. BONNIE--Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7.83 Senior Play Crew
71 G.A.A. 3,4,5.6,7.83 Girls' Class Hockey Team 5,6783
Girls' Varsity Hockey Team 7,81 Intramural Hockey 7.83 ln-
tramural Swimming 3.4,5,6.7,83 Girls' Gymnastic Team 5,6.7,
83 Intramural Volleyball 3,4,5,6.7,83 Intramural Basketball 3.
4,5,6.7,83 Wigwam Junior Board 7,8
ROSENBERG. JOAN - Student Council Alternate 33 Drama
Club 3.43 French Club 5,63 Pep Club 3.4,5.6,7.81 G.A.A. 3.4,
5,6781 Work Weekend 33 Big Sister 5
ROSI:NBLATl'. ELLEN -Student Council Representative 5
Alternate -I3 Pep Club 3,-I.5.63 Washington D.C. Trip 43 AFS
536,7.8 Vice-President 5,6 President 7.83 G.A.A. 3,4,5,63
Hockey 3.-l,184.108.40.206 Varsity Tennis 3,43 Leaders' Club 3,-4,5
ROSLNBLATT. JANICE- Biology Club 5,61 Ceramics Club
5,63 Pep Club 3.4,5,63 Senior Play Crew 73 G.A.A. 3,43 Bi-
afra Club 3,-l
ROSENBLOOM. DONNA Junior Board 63 Pep Club 3.4.5.
63 Westminister Help Club 3,43 G.A,A. 3.43 Leaders' Club 3,
4.5.63 Girls' Hockey Team 3.53 Volleyball 4,63 Intramural
ROSENTHAL. PAMELA SUSAN---Tom-Tom Editorial
Stalli 7.83 Merit Scholarship Letter 7,83 Orchestra 4.5,6,7,83
Band 3,4,5,6,7.83 Marching Band 3,43 Ceramics Club 63 Folk
Dance Club 5,6.7.83 Spanish Club 3,-1,53 S,M.C. 5,63 G.A,A.
3,43 Honors Award 3,4.5.63 SPI Productions Orchestra 43
Band Uniform Manager 5,6
ROTH, LINDA--Biology Club 7,83 French Club 33 Pep Club
3,43 Honors Award 5.63 F.B.L.A. President 5
RUBIN. SUZI--Band 3,4,5.6.7,83 Marching Band 3,4.5.63
Pep Club 3.43 Senior Play Steering Committee. Cast, Crew 73
Honors Award 3,4353 SPI Productions Cast 63 Service Awardg
RUDIN, KERRY HOWARD Student Council Alternate 43
Biology Club 5,6.73 Debate Club 63 Environment 53 Pep Club
3,4,5.6,7,83 Ollice Help 73 Student Store Help 53 Collected for
Bovinglow Fund 63 Tax Election 5
RYLAND, GREG - Student Council Representative 3: Black
Student Union 5.6.7383 Letterman 73 Football 3,5,73 Wigwam
Junior Board 5,6
SACKS, JOANlEfSchool Government 3.5--Homecoming
and Soph Orientation Committees3 Dial 7.83 Junior Board 5,
6 Shoeshine Day Chairman: Senior Cabinet 7,8MSr. Break-
fast Committee Orchestra 220.127.116.11,7,8 --Vice President 7.83 3,
-l.5.6.7,8 -Membership Chairman 7.83 GAA 3,18.104.22.168,83 Lead-
ers' Club 3.43 Honors Award 3,4,5,63 Class Teams-Hockey 33
Basketball 3, Track 4.6, Volleyball 4.63 Workweek-end 3
Council Exchange 53 WigWam 5.63 Service Award 4,5,6
SAENGER, JANICE -Barstow, Calif. 3.41 Tennis 7,81 FBLA
SAFFERN. ROBERT - Pep Club 3,4,5,6
SALNIKER. AVA---Student Government 3,4,5---Co-Chair-
man Homecoming 53 Pep Club 3,4.5,6,7,83 AFS 3.4.53 GAA
3.4,5,6,7,8 Honors Award 33 OtIice Help 7,83 Camp White
Cloud 63 WigWam Board 22.214.171.124
SAMELSON. LORRY- Trinity Help 3,4
SANDEL. TOM Orchestra 126.96.36.199 Band 3,4.5.6,7,83 Stage
Band 5,6.7,83 Marching Band 3.43 Chess Club 3.43 SPI Pro-
duction Crew 6
SANDWEISS, MARTHA Tom-Tom 3.4.536.7,8 Editorial
Editor. Managing Editor 5,6,7,83 Merit Semifinalist 73 West-
minister Help 5,63 AFS 5,61 Honors Award 334,5,6,73 Hockey
Team 3.51 Camp White Cloud 63 Tax Election Students lor
SATZ. GAIL ELLEN-Student Government 4,51 Tom-Tom
Representative 334.5363 Senior Cabinet 7.8--Publicity Commit-
lee, Pep Club 3.4,5,6,7.8 Chairman Kiddie Day 5,6.7,83 AFS
33 GAA 334.5,6.7,8 Father-Daughter Banquet Committee3
Leaders' Club 33 Volleyball Team 33 Tax Election: Sophomore
Orientation 5.63 Homecoming Committee 3- --Chairman 5
SCHAEF, TOM-- -Honors Award 4,5,6
SCHANKMAN, IRIS Orchestra 5,6,7,83 Band 3,4,5,6,7,8
Section Leader3 Marching Band 3.5.7--Squad Leader3 French
Club 3,43 Guitarists' Guild 3,4188.8.131.52 Senior Play--Band3
AFS 3,43 Service Award 4.6.83 All Suburban Band 63 Wood-
wind Sextet 5,6.7,83 Pep Band 3.4,5.6,7,8
SCHFIJER, PEGGY Student Government 4353 French Club
5, Pep Club 3,4,5,6, AFS 3.4,5,6 Treasurer 536. Secretary
7,83 GAA 3,4.5,6,7,83 Honors Award 3.435.63 Hockey 3,5,73
Volleyball 6: Jr. Board Service Project 63 GAA Big Sister 5
SCHNEIDER, BELLE - -Student Government 33 French Club
5.63 Pep Club 3.4.5,61 GAA 184.108.40.206
SCHNEIDER, MARY ELIZABETH -Environment Club 5.
63 French Club 5,63 German Club 5.6,7,8: Pep Club 3,435,6,7.
81 SMC 5.63 GAA 3.43 Office Help 7.83 Tax Election 3
SCHRIEBER, JEFF Pep Club 3,43 Football Manager 3,43
Basketball Mgr. 3,4,5,6,7,83 Football Spotter 5,7
SCH ULTZ, SANDRA Student Government 3.4: Tom-Tom
Representative 5.63 Pep Club 334.5.63 GAA 3,4.5,6
SCIIWARTZ, PHYLLIS Student Government 53 Orches-
tra 3.43 Environment Club 5,63 Pep Club 3,4353 X 'a Club 63
GAA 3,4.5,63 Honors Award 6
SEITZ. SHAY --FBLA 7.8
SHAMEL, CHRIS- Pep Club 5,6,7,83 Letterman 535,7,83 Jr.
Varsity 3,4 Varsity Soccer 5,6,7,83 Camp White Cloud 6,
SHANKER, MARSHA-Office Help 3.4,536
SHANKER, RICKY --Student Government 3,4,5363 Junior
Board 5.63 Biology Club 3.43 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,83 Senior
Play Steering Committee 73 Letterman 3,43 Honors Award
5,63 Gymnastics Team3 Jr,-Sr. Prom Committee Chairman
SHAPIRO. WILLIAM--Student Government 7.8: Rules and
Regulations Board 7,83 Tom-Tom--Sports StatT5.6.7,81 Junior
Board 5.63 Pep Club 3,4.5.6,7.8: Pep Club Board 5.6.7,81
Letterman 7.83 Soph Basketball 3,43 Varsity Basketball 5,6,73
83 Letterman 7,83 Varsity Baseball 3.4.5,6,7,83 WigWam
Board 4,5,6,7,83 Tribe 5,6,7,83 Sports Club 3.4,5,6
SHARPE, PAM --Student Government 53 Black Student
Union 5,6,7,8---Sec.3 Spanish Club 3343 Tutoring 6,7,83 Cur-
riculum Board 6
SHATZMAN, NANCY--Student Government 5363 Work
Weekend 33 Dial ---Editor 7.83 Orchestra 7,83 Biology Club 3,
4,5,63 Folk Dance Club 5,6,7,83 Esperanto Club 31 French Club
3,4,5,63 Big Sister 53 Youth to Aid Biafra 3,43 German Club
5,6,7,8: Pep Club 3.4,5,63 Yoga Club 5,63 SMC 5.6: AFS 3.4,
5,63 GAA 3,4,5,63 Honors Award 3,4,5,63 Intramural Sports
3,4,5,63 Greek 7.8
SH EDLOFSKY. JOEL Westminister Help 3,4
SHELTON, GROVER ALEXANDER---Black Student
Union 5,6,7,81 Pep Club 5.63 Letterman 5,6,7,83 Football 3,5,
73 Basketball 3,5,7l Track 4.6.83 Tribe 5,6,7,83 Captain Foot-
ball Team 7
Sl-IERIFF. ABU- -Student Council 4,5,6: AFS 3.4.5,6.72
Foreign Students Committee 7
SIDEL, LAURA-Tom-Tom News StaFf 83 National Merit
Letter 73 A Cappella 53 Biology Club 5,63 Folk Dance Club
5,6,73 French Club 5.63 Pep Club 3.43 Westminister Help 5.6:
GAA 3,43 School Tax Canvasser 4
SIEBER, ROBERT-Dial Clerical Staff 7,83 Cinematography
Club 3,5,63 Westminister Help 43 Spanish Club 3,4,5,6,7,8- -
President 73 Honors Award 3.5.73 Computer Club 7
SIEMPELKAMP, JOHN-Yoga Club 5.6: SMC 5,6.7,83
Letterman 7.83 SPI Production Crew 43 Varsity Soccer 3.
5,83 Varsity Football 3.5.73 Principals Advisory Committee 3
SILVA, CANDELARIA--Soldan High School 334: Black
Student Union 5,6,7,83 Primitive Dance Club
SINKFIELD. DORIS----Black Student Union 5,7,83 Pep
Club 3.4,5,63 Senior Play Crew 73 FBLA 7,8
SMITH BELINDA M. -Senior Cabinet 7,83 Black Student
Union 5,6.7,83 GAA 7,83 Ofhce Help 73 Interschool Hockey 3
--Volleyball 43 Senior Breakfast 7, Senior Luncheon 83 Sr,
SMITH. JANIS--Student Council 5,63 Activities Board 73
Junior Board 5,61 Black Student Union 5.6373 Esperanto Club
53 Future Nurses' 53 Pep Club 334,5,6,73 Senior Play Cast
and Steering Committee 73 Spanish Club 53 AFS 5.63 GAA 3,
4.5.6373 UNICEF Drive
SMITH, JEANNE J.fSenior Cabinet 7,83 Guitarists' Guild
7,81 Pep Club 3.4,5,6,7,83 GAA 3.4.5,637,83 Oliice Help 3,4,7
SMITH, VALERIE-Orchestra Librarian 3,43 Pep Club 3,
43 GAA 3,43 School Tax Canvasser 4
SOKOLIK3 MAR-Student Council 43 Tom-Tom Feature
Staff 3.43 Band 43 Biology Club 3.4,5,6.7,8-Vice President
3,4 President 4.5,6,7,83 Drama Club 5.6,738A Director3
Future Nurses' Club 3.43 Leaders' Club 73 Honors Award 43
63 SPI Production Crew Publicity Managcr3 Lifesaving 43
Assistant in Biology 536,7.8
SOLOMON, JOEY-Pep Club 3,435.6,7,8f-Co-chairman of
Summer Sportsg Letterman 7,83 Football 5,6,7,83 Baseball
6,81 Track 3.4
SOLOMON. PAMfPep Club 3.4,5,6.7.83 GAA 3,435.6,738l
Ollice Help 4,5.6
SONDERMAN, JIM!-Pep Club 5.61 Letterman 7383 OFfice
Help 53 Soph, Football, Varsity Football 53 Varsity Wrestling
3,53 Sophomore and Varsity Baseball -Varsity 63 Senior Float
SONENSCHEIN, PHILIP-Student Council 63 Tom-Tom
Sports Staff 5,6-Editor 7,81 Dial Sports Editor 7.8: Merit
Scholarship Letter 7: Cinematography Club 5,6,7,81 Environ-
ment Club 63 Pep Club 5.63 Honors Award 3,4,5363 Letterman
7,83 Varsity Gymnastics 5,6,7,83 Varsity Golf 3,4,5,6.7,83 Quill
and Scroll 7,8
SORKIN. JERRY--Student Council 3.43 Orchestra 5,6,7,83
Band 3,4,5,6,7,83 Stage Band 3,4,5,6,7,8: Marching Band
3,435.63 Pep Club 3,43 Brass Choir 5.6
SOUCY, LAURA GAA 3.41 Ollice Help 4,5.6
SOULF, CAREN Student Council 41 SMC 5,61 GAA 3,4:
Student Teacher Aid
SPECTOR, MARTI Drama Club 7,81 Senior Play Crew
71 GAA 7,81 Wig Jr. Board 4,5,6,7,81 Ollice Help 51 Work-
SPIEGELMAN, RON Student Council 31 Band 3,4,5,6,7,81
Stage Band 3,-I,5,61 Marching Band 3,41 Senior Play Band 71
Letterman 71 Sophomore Football 3, Varsity Football 7
STARR, SHERI Student Council 51 Drama Club 4,51 Folk
Dance Club 31 Future Nurses' Club 51 Pep Club 31 Westmin-
ister Help 51 Yoga Club 51 GAA 3,5
STEED, BERT Black Student Union 5,6,7,81Track Team
STITH, JANET --Beaumont High School 3,41 A Cappella 5,61
Black Student Union 5.6,71 French Club 51 Yoga Club 5,6
STITH, MARTHA L. -Dial Quip Stall 7,81 Marching Band
5,6,7,81 Folk Dance Club 6,7,81 Pep Club 7,81 Senior Play 71
Westminister Help 5,61 Yoga Club 5,61 SMC 5,6,7,81 Honors
Award 3,41 Magazine 5,6,7,8
STOKES, ANN Student Council 4,5,61 Tom-Tom News
StaIT 3,4,5,6,7,81 Junior Board 5,61 Dial Add StafT 7,81 Senior
Cabinet 7,81 A Cappella 5.61 French Club 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,
61 Leaders' Club 3,41 Honors Award 5,61 SPI Production 6
Publicity Chairmang Varsity Softball 4
STRICKER, LESLIE --Tom-Tom Feature StalT 7,81 Orches-
tra 5,6,7,81 Band 3,4,5,6,7,8 Uniform Manager 7,81 March-
ing Band 3,4,5,6,7,8--Band Council 5,61 Senior Play -Steer-
ing Committee 71 GAA 3,415.61 Leaders' Club 3,71 Honors
Award 3,4,5,61 Class Hockey Team 31 Sports Manager
STOROZUM, STEVE- Merit Semilinalist 71 Chess Club 3,
Cinematography Club 3,4 Treasurer 5,6,7,81 Senior Play
Co-producer 71 Honors Award 3,4,5,61 Ollice Help 3,4,5,61
Flat Earth Society 3,4,5,6,71 Homecoming Parade 5,71 Li-
brary Board 5,6
STUHLMAN, MARLA-Student Council 5,61 Dial Art
StaH 71 Junior Board 5,61 Drama Club 3, Environment Club
61 Pep Club 3,4,5,61 Yoga Club 4,5.6L GAA 3,4.5,6: Big-
Sister 5.61 Modern Dance Club 3.4,5,6,71 Faculty Play Crew 4
STULTS, BlLL-- Pep Club 3.4
SUTHERLAND, JEANETTE--Senior Cabinet 7,81 Black
Student Union 5,6,7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,61 Office Help 5,6,7,81
Interschool Volleyball 7 -
TARYLE, TERRY--Intramural Football 31 Service Award
TABAK, JERRY--French Club 3,41 Pep Club 3,4,220.127.116.11:
TAYLOR, SANDl-- Roosevelt High School 3,41OFhce Help 5
TEETERS, CLARENCE- Student Council 41 Tom-Tom
Sports StafT 6,7,81 Dial Sports StalT 7,81 Tom-Tom Sports
Editor1 Junior Board 5.61 Senior Cabinet--Vice-President
7,81 Merit Scholarship Letter 7,81 A Cappella 7.81 Pep Club
3,4.5,6,7,81 Senior Play Cast 71 Spanish Club 51 Honors
Award 4,61 Letterman 7,81 Gymnastics and Track Teams 3,4,
5,6,7,81 Grievance Committee1 Boy's State
TENZER, STEVE -Junior Board 51 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,8:
Honors Award 41 Letterman 7,81 Water Polo-- Soph. 3, Var-
sity 5,71 Baseball--Soph. 3, Jr. Varsity 5, Varsity 71 Wig Jr.
Board 3,4,5,6,7,81Work-Weekend 3,4
TESSLER, MICHAEL---Student Council 61 Biology Club 3,
41 Cinematography Club 5,61KFUR 7,81 Sports Club 3,4
TODER, STEVE-Student Council 41 Activities Board 7:
Tom-Tom Staff 51 Merit Scholarship Letter 71 Ceramics Club
5,61 Debate Club 5,6: Environment Club 6, Esperanto Club
3,41 Pep Club 3,4,5,61 AFS 3,4,5,61 Honors Award 3.41 Oflice
Help 3,41 SPI Production 4
TOLMACH, VICTORIA EMILY-Folk Dance Club 3,-1,5161
Honors Award 3,4,6
TOPPER, SUSIE A.-A Cappella 5,61 Black Student Union
5,61 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 SMC 5,61 GAA 3.4,5,6.7,81 Leaders'
VAN NESTE, PHILIP-Merit Scholarship Semilinalist 7,81
Debate Club 5,6--Vice-President 7,81 KFUR 5.6,7,8
WALKER, RON- Letterman 5,6,7,81 Waterpolo 3,18.104.22.168,81
Basketball 3,41 Track 3,41 Swimming 5,61 Baseball 5,6,7,81
WALDMAN, JOEL-Wig Jr. Board 3,4,5,6
WEINBERG, MIRIAM -Torah Academy 3,41 Merit Schol-
arship Letter 7,81 Biology Club 5,61 Ceramics Club 5,6,7,81
Folk Dance Club 5,61 French Club 51 Yoga Club 5,61 SMC 5,
61 Honors Award 5,6
WEINHAUS, SHELI.liY Senior Cabinet 7,81 Merit Schol-
arship Letter 7,81A Cappella Choir 5,61 Pep Cltib 5,61 Spanish
Club 3,41AI"S 5,6,7,81lIonors Award 4,5,6
WHARTON, TAM National Merit Letters 71 Westminis-
ter Help 3,4
WIIIiIiI.IlR, PAUL Chess Club 7,81 I-olk Dance Club 5,6,7,8
WIIITE, MICIIAEL Letterman 3,4,5,6,7,81 Water Polo 3,
4, Captain 5,6,7,81Swimming 3,4,5,6,7,8
WILENSKY, STAN German Club 7,81 KI-'UR 5,6 Vice
WILLARD, PATRICIA Drama Club 81 Folk Dance Club
7,81S.M.C. 7,81 Honors Award 3,5,6
WILLIAMS, ,IEANNIE Pep Club 3.41G,A,A. 3,4
WILLIAMS, KEN- Black Student Union 5,6
WILSON, JAMES HOWARD -Northwest High School 3,4:
Student Government 3,4 School Relations Board 7,8 Tom-
Tom 7,8 Circulation Manager, Feature StalT Dial 7,8 Can-
dids1 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Merit Semilinalists 7,81 A Cappella
Choir 7,81 Marching Band 7,81 Black Student Union 5,61 Cin-
ematography Club 5,6,7,81 Debate Club 5,6,7,81 Environment
Club 5,61 Pep Club 5,6 Cast 71 Steering Committee 71 KFUR
5,6,7,81S.M.C. 5,f31Oll'TCC Help 5,61 SPI Production 6 Castg
School Government Day 61 Council Exchange 5
WINKER, MARY ANN--Drama Club 5,6,7,81 German
Club- --5,6,7,81 Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 Westminister Help 5,61
A.F.S, 3,4,51 G.A.A. 3,4,5,6,7,81 Junior Board Service
WINOKUR, TOM-- Student Council 3.41 Student Govern-
ment 7,8-Curriculum Boardg Tom-Tom Staff 6, Editors 7,8,
Photography, Merit Semifinalists 7,81 Environment Club 61
Pep Club 3,4,5,61 Honors Award 3,4,5,6,7,81 Letterman 7,81
Water Polo 3,4,5,6,7,81 Swimming 3,4,5,6,7,81 Ouill and
Scroll Club 7,8
WINSLOW, DANIEL A,-Student Council 41 Senior Cabinet
71 Chess Club 3,4,5.6.7,8: Co-Chairman: Folk Dance Club 5.
6,7,81 German Club 3,4,5,6,7,81S.M.C. 22.214.171.124
WINTHROP, BARBARA-Biology Club 3,4.5,6,71 Drama
Club 5,6,7,81 Senior Play 7
WOLFE, GA RY-Student Government 3,41 Biology Club 3,4:
Pep Club 3,4,5,6,7,81 KFUR 3,41 Flat Earth Society: Sports
Club1lntramural Football, Basketball
WOOD, BRAD-Black Student Union 7,81 Letterman 7,81
Football 3,41 Baseball 3,4,5,6,7,8
WOODSIDE, STEVEN- Orchestra 3,4,5.6,7.81 Band 3.4,5,
6,7,8 -Publicity Chairman 5,61 Marching Band 3,4,5,6,7,81
Honors Award 5,61 Pep Band 5,6,7,81 SPI Production---Or
WRIGHT, HARRIET SUSAN Marching Band 5.6: Black
Student Union 5,6,7,81 Folk Dance Club 61 Esperanto Club 3,
41 Future Nurses' Club 3,4--President 5,61 French Club 3.41
Yoga Club 51 Bowling Team 3,41 Gymnastic Team 5
ZALTSMAN, MARY KAREN- Junior Board 5,61 A Cap-
pella Choir 3,4,51 Guitarists' Guild 3,4.51 Pep Club 3,4,5.6,7,
81 Senior Play Crew 71 GAA 3,4,5,6.7,81 Honors Award 7,81
Ollice Help 7,81 Sophomore Orientation 5,61 Wig Jr. Board
3,4,5,6,7,81 Work Weekend 3,4
ZARETSKY, DENNIS---Student Council 3,4,6---Chairman
Student Employment Committee 41 Tom-Tom --Feature StalT
5,61 Sophomore Board 3,41 Band 3,4: Marching Band 3,4,51
Guitarists' Guild 7,81 Spanish Club 3,41 SMC 5,6,7,81 Sopho-
more Basketball. Baseball Teams: Varsity Baseball 61 Ham-
ilton Help 3,4
ZIEGENFUSS, KIM- - Student Council 31 Pep Club 3.4,5.61
GAA 3,4,5,6,7,81 Leaders Club 3,41 Varsity Hockey 3,5,71
Varsity Basketball 3,5,71 Varsity Volleyball 3,517
ZIMMERMAN, CAREN----A Cappella Choir 3,4,5,6
ZIMMERMAN, RHONDA---Band 5,6,7,81 Marching Band
ZINNER, JAN E-Tom-Tom Circulation Statl' 3,4- Manager
5,6,7,81 Senior Cabinet 7,81 Junior Board 5,61 French Club 3,
4: Pep Club 3.4,5,6,7,81 AFS 3,71 GAA 3,415,678
ZISKIND, BURT -Student Council 5: Chess Club 5
ZUCKERMAN, VICKI -A Cappella 126.96.36.199,7,81 Marching
Band 51 Pep Club 3,41 SPI Production Crew 6
ZVOLANEK, BUDIMIR-Southwest High 31 Band 41
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