University High School - U Highlights Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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E is was u mn B ss ss TU DENT CCU C i i . i , , www w w- i .:, E . i l i w .VV ,' V fl '-x Isl Row llefbrightl- Chris Hlermstad-Treasurer, Donna Katzln-Secretary, David Stameshkln-President, Josh Yeiclel- Vice-President, Jan Katz-Assembly Chairman 2nd Row llefhrightl- Mr. Plimptan-Advisor, Greg Kavka-SpecIalAid, Lynne Firsel-School Affiliation Chairman, Barbara Eaton-Bazaarnival Chairman, Betty Rosenstein-Elections Chairman, Nancy Krashen-Lunchroom Chairman, Toni Hel- stein-l.R.L. Chairman 3rd Row lleft-rightl- Andy John-Constitution Amendment Chairman, SueMyers-Foster Child Chairman, Anita Brucker- CcrPublicity Chairman, Sheila Koons-Fund Drive Chairman, Sue Diehl-Library Chairman Not Pictured- Alan Stern-Co-Publicity Chairman e to "The time has com talk at many things: ot shoes and sh cabbages and kings." Though the rarely cover- ed this wide coordinating the activities concerned itself with discussed by the Walrus. By in these discus- sions, students resentative voice in the decision-making procedures ot the school. Z8 ,. nu' l'1 ' ,"' ll' 1 ll is li.: 33" l ' ' if l n A r David Starneshkin Sue Myers Donna Katzln 11 4-4 , :TTL ff 'img 4 '-rf. j'l333E1 I t ' ' f"'51. . l . 'A-"- Donna Katzin, Josh Yeidel, Chris Hiermstead REPRESENTATIVE Theodore Becker William Block Darilyn Bock Steven Brenner Sonia Christy Lynne Firsel David Gordon Cecilia Hatch Byron Johnson Phillip Jones Greg Kavko Tom Kohut Tom Kruskal Bill Lazarus Mark Manowitz Lois Matthews Kim Mosley Dan Pinkert Mark Plotkin Susan Powell Alan Rubin David Sawyier Sam Schulman John Seigle Robert Silverman Kent Smith David Turner Phillip Williams Andy John, Mark Manowitz, Greg Kavka six ' 2 if ' fg. Seated lleft to rightl: Judy Biberman-Treasurer, Duncan Holaday-Vice President, Joan Zisook- President, Sue Loewy-Secretary Standing llett to rigl-ntl: Mrs. Szymlcowicz-Advisor, Louise Hall-Sports Coordinator, Richard Michele-Social Coordinator, Bonnie Holland-Publicity Coordinator, Sandy Mentschikotf-House ' Coordinator The Student Union has proved this yearthatit is the people, not the place, that make a party fun. With good entertainmentfefreshments, and cafeteria-disguising decorations, the Student Union succeeded in making the year's parties quite enioyable. lt also organized and publicized: Giant Gym Nights l and 2, the Christmas Toy Drive, the Student-Faculty games, the activities ofthe Pep Club and all other U-High social events. fi? is 1 ft i H limp E 30 wen E is Mr. Wallis, Richard Mlchale, Sue Myers Thor Anderson .lory Blakemore Ronald Block Michael Brown Sue Diehl Judi Epstein Jill Gardner Chrls Goelz Judye Gulienberg Margaret Harris Sally Halfing Miriam Kahan Lynda Kramer 31 . E .--..--, Bw, B v we , ,li ,, ,, , ,Lm4,, Ylo Ormisle, Irma Roulen Representatives Paul Levenlhal Irving Levinson Bill Lovenlhol Muffia Meyer Beverly McCleary Margie Minlz Judy Saiowilz Chris Skeeles Steve Sullan Cherylynne Swinlord Dan Titelboum Susan Williams TUDE T BOARD Frank M. Hubbard said: "The reason theway of the transgressor is so hard is because it's so crowded." The Student Board endeavored to make the way less crowded by helping students understand and obey school rules.This"help"often came in the forms of Iunchroom duty and window washing, giving the students ample reason to respect the authority ot Board monitors . . . STUDENT BOARD Sealed lleft to rightj: Karen Hesse, Libby Storr, Doug Meikleiohn, Mike Firsel, Stuart Meikle- iohn Standing lleft to rightj: Joan Meltzer, Donny Pekarsky, Joe Steinbach, Jory Blakemore, Peter Meyer, John Levi, Mr. Marker-Advisor, Not Pictured: Mr. Conway-Advisor 32 STAFF Floyd Aprill Kennette Benedict Jane Brockmann Sally Brucker Dan Cohen Stephany East Alan Ehrenhalt Jackie Ellis Judi Epstein Susan Epstein Alan Fiske Diane Ginther Haylm Goldgraber Thomas Guterbock Cecilia Hatch Penny Hlrsh Margo Jefferson Leon Kaufmann Cynthia Kenwarcl Paula Lifchez Stuart Marcus Dick Metzger Charles Moore Susan Myers Terry Pavian Mark Plotkin Beth Pollock Suzy Rabens Jeremy Raven Joe Steinbach Rick Stern Frear Streeter Anne Strozier Steven Sultan Marl Teitelman MIDW Y Seated lleft to rlghtj: Davld Gordon-Editorials Editor, Grace Pachman-Editor-in-Chief, Andy Gelman-Managing Editor, Ann Gottlieb-News Editor Standing lleft to rightj: Ann Grodzins-Features Editor, Nancy Dry-Production Manager, Scott Lash-Sports Editor, Anita Brucker-Office Manager, Betty Rosenstein-Circulation Manaaer At 9:03 A.M. on a Tuesday in June, a peculiar noise was heard from within Room 6. Fifty editors, managers, typists and staff members had collapsed in a tangled pyramid on the floor of the MIDWAY cubicle. They had attempted to produce a paper with straight headlines and amusing, obiective, enlightening, provocative articles. They- had endeavored to include more club news, spotlights, photographs and cartoons than ever before. They had served as a voice for all U-Highers. They had pasted, typed, inter- viewed ond proofread at ungodly hours of the morning and night. The final issue of their paper had gone to press. 33 i.?Wi'5f5-i.fl'3F'2l li- .1j5f1g'?fi QQ" i jygfe-:-55.21 1 llfllllliliW3Wllyll'ii.: iliiwiiimiill ll ,iiilwllll ,iii-it Mmm! i, sis- i wr' 'F..i':-ii. A - A "n,A:. ,, . m.:z Mm wifi" 1- l' ,ff will Wliiullliillnlmimiim fmimivuiii ii,,limit.mfmwli.1mmiliiiks L:JLviii. lu, ucmm tim. Seated lleft to rightl: Libby Storr-Layout Editor, PattiEisenstein-Editor-in-Chief, Sue Goldsmith- Write-Ups Editor, Anita Brucker-Typing Manager Standing lleft to rightl: JackKolb-Sports Editor,Mrs.Syzrnkowicz-Advisor, Jim Fishbein-Business Manager, Gordon Fulks-Activities Editor, Mr. Erickson-Advisor, Hayim Goldgrcber-Photogrw phy Editor To the ort room- where we pondered, struggled, and finally produced To our filing cabinet- which did not collapse under its load. To our ideas- which often seemed as if they would never come. To color- which we proudly introduce. And to our advisors- who not only put up with us but kept us going. STAFF Richard Allman William Block Judy Biberman Jeff Bowen Jane Brockmunn Roz Chroman Carol DeKoven Steuart Dewar Charles Goetz .Ion Katz Wendy Kessel Paula Lifchez Muffie Meyer Kim Mosley Missy Rothschild Goyle Sherman Robert Storr Gus Swift Jay Tyne Josh Yeidel CQNCEPT According to Oscar Wilde, "The difference between literature and journalism is that iournalism is unreadable and literature is unread," Concept, U-High's creative effort in the literary field, proved the statement untrue by being both read and readable. In broadening its base to include on-beat as well as off-beat student writing, it has assured itself of a permanent place in the activities program. E 4 if , ,.f ,V I rr, -Q i.. B . Aw m 'lm ,Q e BS S gp-my n Cleft to righil: Josh Yeldel-Poetry Editor, Barb Eaton-Lay-Out Editor, Peter Meyer-Business Manager, Candy Korkin-Art Editor, Mr. O'Dea'Advisor, Jack Kolb-Prose Editor, Paul Breslin- Editor-in-Chiel, Not Pictured: Alan Stern-Publicity Manager 35 1 N M. 5' time Q ' f M 1 M' W - it -M WW...,.,i.,W t.. 1...-.. ,W Y. - K-, ,W ,M u W iifgiif K rflniwff A AH rarest' is ' WEE? sg i H i V' i . 'Tr 'W"""'5Ti"I?f:7.f""T"'fE' ' we Win' Q: V E WCRLD FF IRS It -' . , -V ' it fs I f . ' 1 lr Seated lleft to rightl: Nancy Krashen, Darilyn Bock, Carole Reynolds, Koren Hesse, Andy John, Philip Montog-Advisor, Jonathan Still Standing lleft to rightl: David Levine, Tam Lyons, Ben Lewinsky, Stephen Wielgoz, Margaret Olson, Sue Hodge, Adele Campbell 'The World is a great ocean, upon which we encounter more tempestuous storms than calms' - Poe. It is these storms and calms that provide discussion material for the world affairs group. Formed only last year, it has provided films, speakers, and an out- let for the opinions of students who met each week armed with newspapers and maga- zines. With the development of a constitution, the group gained full school club status. 36 ' A I, 1 Seated lleft to rlghtl: Steven Swerdlow, Laura Shlien, John Stout, Winifred Fallers Standing llelt to rightl: Lynn Karlala, Sam Schulman, Helen Anastapolo, Steve Givot, Mary Davis, Margaret McCauI, Neil Goldman, Janet Carson, Eric King, Don Reitzes, Leonard Bogorad, Lestina Larson-Advisor. "Debating with the sword" was the custom in ShokeSDeare'5 dmv, but the U-Hiuh De- bate teams, on a more civilized scale, have resolved, that organized argument should prevail. Both the Pre-freshman Debate squad and the Varsity Team were organized to -5 K-Q Ti frtabr : iifbfl 111.23 flfllfi' IH! gli f F-. .'L Q ' ll e i lli , n t, ,K foster interest and skills in the art of debate. They have participated in the Evanston, University of Illinois, and Northwestern University tournaments. Asa climax, the Varsity Debate Team competed in the State Sectional Tournament. Seated lleft ta rightt: Ted Becker, David Levine, Jonathan Still, John Hertz. Dale Riess Standing lleft to rlghtl: Byron Johnson, Victor Friedman, Andy John, Stephen Wielgoz, Llnda Susan Anderson, Steve Wright, Margaret Olson, Frank Rose, Lestina Larsen-Advisor 37 First on the agenda of the U-High Choral Society was the Thanksgiving Assembly at Rockefeller Chapel. ln mid-December the Jimmie Shanties helped to dedicate the high school library. A twilight concert and a spring musical were scheduled. Needless to say, Jimmie Shanties assisted at Commencement. A fine group of voices under the excellentdirection ofMrs.lrwin, assisted byMrs.Levitin, sang through a very good year 1:4 First Row llelt to righll: Ylo Ormiste, Sidney Williams, Rogner Johnson, Michael Perelmuter, Gilbert Bogs, Mark Feierberg, Mark Schomer Second Row lleft to rightl: Anne Strozier, Alyson Conn, Sandra Buckles, Dale Riess, Marianne Gilby, Marion Benham, Adele Campbell, Maria Lewis Third Row Ueft to rightlz Betsy Katz, Marian Thelen, Cheryl Abernathy, Santa Christy, Aang- hell McComb, Deidre Swift, Sue Craig, Kennette Benedict, Lynn Kariala, Kathy Bock, Hoyt Kirk Fourth Row lleft to rightl: Don Ollendorl, Miriam Petty, Aleda Turner, Lois Ferdinand, Irma Routen, Lynda Kramer, D'Ella Maybell, Joanna Olmstead, Rosita Bullock, Jae Steinbach, Dorothy Fleming Absent: Darilyn Bock, Margaret Rose 38 First Row-Seated llett to rlghtl: Alex Conn, Kirsti Ormiste, Bob Factor, Robert Minnerly, .lim Kozlott, Sandro Buckles, Frances Benham, Sharon Wong Second Row-Seated llett to righilz Karl Vacek, Randy Sandke, Howard Savage, Charlie Jones, Tony Bennett, Fredricka Skinnes, Maria Lewis, Charlotte Miller, Rosita Bullock Standing lleft to rightl: Jim De Lee, Richie Ries, Mariam Benham, Mr. Mason, Steuart Dewar Many athletic events, school dances, assemblies, and concerts have been mode more enioyable this year through the efforts of Robert Mason and his orchestra and dance band groups. The orchestra has played a wide repertoire ofclassicaland semi-classical music, the dance band artists have specialized ih dance-music and jazz, First Row-Seated lleft to rightl: Jack Gregg. Bob McCleary, Randall Ward, Phillip Jones, Mr. Mason Second Row-Seated lleft to righil: Leslie Hoerr, Mr, Borza, John Wick, Jordan Sandke, Randy Sandke, Larry Katz, Ron Gerson, Jett Koons, Absent: Steve Neal, Don Kri tchevsky 39 DRAMA Standing lleft to riqhtl: Diane Alexander. Pam Floyd Anne Strozier. Deirdre Enalish. Suzy Rabens, Alyson Conn, Jim Morrisette, Frear Streeter, Emily Melton, David Chandler, Jay Wittenber, Mr. Press-Advisor, Mark Schom'er Seated lleft to rightl: Paula Schiller, Stuart Fulks, Margo Jefferson, Missy Rothschild, Jim Mc- Connell, Aanghell McComb, Lois Mathews, Margaret Olson, Claudia Bader, Dan Rosenheim, David Boorstin, Bill Lazarus, Ylo Ormiste,Lindo Lamb,Joe Steinbach, Peter Hildebrand, Aleda Turner, Sam Schulman, Joe Bakon In an isolated turret of Belfielcl tower--morning, afternoon, and evening--some sort ot activity was taking place: either casting, rehearsing, costuming, or memorizing. The hours spent in organizing resulted in two or three hours of actual performance. All U-High students with an urge for acting found themselves at home in this remote tower. 40 Standing lleftrightl Barry Snider Mike Vitucci Paul Meltzer Bruce Barron Dennis Aron S4 I E N 4 E Miss Woodruff, Advisor, Jim Fishbein, Jack Kolb, Jon Harris - Assistant Editor of the Math- SCI ence Jddfndi, and Pdddf, Andy Dunham. sndidd lleft-rlghtlz Joseph Bdknn, Beniy Burrows, Hcyim odldgfnbdf- vane President, Gordon Fulks - President, MUTgOFBf Goldberg - Secretary, Andy Robson - if ddsn FSF: Ben Lewinsky, Mining: Alex cdnnn Editor df ind Mdfn-sd dnce Jndfndi, Carey sdwg, Floyd Annu. The questions "Why" and "How" have been asked more times than can be remembered. They are the favorite questions ot children, wise men, and U-Highers. Such questions .typically range from ". . . but how do l goto Stineways and get mgy homework done too . . . ?" to others like the following posed byi the Science and Math Clubs: "How are rare gas compounds tormedfn 5 The answers to these questions were obtained through a field trip to Argonne Laboratories, a lecture, and an article in the Math-Sciencelournal la ioint publication which reached new heights this yearly. Other interesting topics were explored through a program ot lectures, demonstrations, and field tgripsdrdesignieidsn to acquaint the inquiring mind with the varied tields of Science. "Why does a square have more degrees of symmetry than bay rectangle?" ' The studentwith questions like these couid gtetthe igiisvjpfs triitrn. a specialist in mathematics education by attending Math Club meetings. By presenting lectures, discussions, and Eontests the Math Club showed the range and interesting nature of Mathef, matics. A A f Standing llett-righll: Ben Lowinsky, Andy Dunham, Beniy Burrows, Jack Kolb, Gordon Fulks, Dennis Aron, Andy Robson, Bruce Barron, Bob Factor. Seated tleft-rIghtl:'Barry Snider, Albin Zuech, Paul Meltzer - Treasurer, Jim Fishbein n Presi- dent, Margaret Goldberg - Secretary Greg Kavka, Joseph Bakan Missing: Rod Daliiz, Barbara Seidman, Andy Garland, Sue Hodge, Carey Schug. M A I I I .,.-dldgiiln, iLiifiLLiiiiiii..iiiii I S' ,ft L! L iii iii Sinnding Uefi-rightj: Anne Strozier, Janet Sheckles, George Lee, Ragnar Johnson. 'L LL L Seated Ueff-righti: Eugene Chan, Frank Rose, Beniy Burrows - Secretary, Mrs. Schraih - . Advisor, Jack Kolb - Presidenig Steve Sultan, Peter Meyer. Missing: Chris Hiermsiad - Treasurer, Stan Hanover A Vice-President. ANGU GE CLUB FRENCH CLUB Standing Uefi-rightj. Miriam Kahan, Marianne DeKoven, Paula Litchez, Dushonka Vesseiinoviich, Steve Zarnowitz, Susan Williams, Sue Myers, Mme. Martin - Advisor, Donna Katzin, Floyd Aprill, Deirdre Swift, Peter Meyer, Ragnar Johnson, Mori Teiielman, Andy Dunham. Seated Ueft-rightj. Penny Hirsh, Anne Lindon,CeciIia Haich- Secretary, Terri Pcivian - Vice-President, Muifie Meyer - President, Sally Brucker - Treasurer, Judy Biberman, Cynthia Kenward, Chris Skeeles. ,, -. i. ii Mio!! 'iif iiuiiiiwiiiw L LLiiiiLii4iffii..iiii.. iiiiyii'iWW"yW L L Wiymie ii' Q Lwifiiiii ,,if ",, W W 1 M iiiwfii M. ii'i iiliiiiiiiiiiiiriiiii LATIN CLUB LLLLLVW 'iii 'iii GERMAN CLUB Siandingllefi-rlghllz Bob Friedman, Bob Garber,MarkPloTkin,Dovid Houle, Sieven Segall, Ernest Baker, Scoii Spear Allan Burns, Irvlng Levinson, Larry Gill, Ricky Stern, Don McElroy, Jerry Neugarlen, .lack Sfein, Mike Weisskopf. Sealed llefl-righll: Joan Mellzer, Jim Gerwin, Mariy Medwin, Jeff Melnick, Jeff Weslon, Tom Harris. 1 Q J- - -, 5 T 1- A- - . E T me -we 1 A4 - K K I mg! iz is an Wife 'LL ' - ' fl l -W e AM! T iff" kt-I ' J. P+ . .- r g-. N,,...' A , w -C. l Standing llefi-rightl: Mari Teiielman, Carey Schug, Miss Paper' Advisor, David Turner, Susan Levine, Greg Kavka. Scaled lleff-righil: Oleg Semkoff, Susan Meyers, Dale Reiss, Don Tiielbaum, Elizabeth Samoilenko, Katy Elwyn. RUSSIAN CLUB U-High has Tour foreign language groups. The newesi is The Mining: Jay Wiiienber - Presidenlg Phil Naunlon, Marshall Lezak. Russian Club, only formed This year. The busiesi was The French Club, iis acTiviTies included publishing The Fleur de Lis, visiTing The Versailles exhibii aT The ArT lnsTiTuTe, and creaTing The Bazaar- nival's French Cafe. The German Club kepT abreasi of currenT evenTs in Wesi Berlin, aTTended a German play, and climaxed The year wiTh The German Club Spring Picnic. The LaTin Club, which iTs presideni claims "is noT a group of crusTy old scholars siudying obsoleTe verbs and idioms," published LaTina AcTa, and cenTered mosi meefings on The subiecT of Roman culTure and Sk' r-X hisiory. -4:73:1'w.L 3 .,. . - 1... . I is 'Eff Standing lleft-rightl: Delia Jolly,Muffie Meyer, Stephanie East, Susan Myers, Hayim Goldgraber, Alan Stern, Paula Lifchez, Mike Vitucci, Jonathan Still, Mari Teitelman. Seated lleft-rightj: Barbara Schulman, Wendy Kessel, Deirdre Swift, Terri Povian, Anne Lindon, Ylo Ormiste, Steve Wright, Penny Hirsh, Susan Levine. Missing: Naola Adair, Andrea Anderson, Cheryl Gaines, Loyce Mason, Howard Savage, Diane Alexander, Martin Anker, Robert Bromberg, Jane Crews, Lance Green, Susan Lorie, Richard Mellman, Alice Moulton, Anita Brucker, Adele Campbell, Bruce Dresner, Nancy Dry, Barbara Eaton, Jackie Ellis, Carol Sable, Gail Epstein, Judi Epstein, Lynne Firsel, Toni Helstein, Sue Hodge, Nancy Krashen, Bill Parsons, Dan Pinkert, Margaret Rose, Libby Storr. TAC, or Teachers Assistance Corps, was organized experi- mentally this year to assist teachers in need ot volunteer help. For their services around the school, participating students re- ceived an award at the end of the year and mention ot their work on their high-school transcript. Where TAC is concerned, the motto ot the faculty seems to be: "The best way to getoninthe world is to make people believe it is to their advantage to help you." -La Bruyere. As a result ot this, the students' motto has become: "lt is no disgrace to be poor, but it might as well be."-Hubbard. U-High's student body reflected diverse interests in its many special activities. T963 saw the resurrection of the Bazaarnival, a welcome change after the sometimes dull Folliesffjther chari- table efforts were the Foster Child Clothing Collection, the Stu- dent Council Fund Drive and two clothing sales, sponsored by the parents. T There were fewer assemblies this year. The Jazz Concert was exciting and the dance band skillfully presented awide range of material. However, the lecture from Bell Telephoneltendedtoc ber a bit too commercial. . Dinny and the Witches, the unusual choice for the Senior Play, was presented by an enthusiastic Senior Class. U-Highfs parents sponsored two Gilbert and Sullivan operetfas: Trialfby Jury and H.M.S. Pinafore. The Jimmy Shanties, with help from the Student Council and Student Union, put on afull length Broadway musical: Finian's Rainbow. b C Lillie House tournament trophies were awarded in chess, bridge, ping pong, billiards and bumper pool to the school champions. U-High's track team tied for first at the Oak Park Relays. M s Blanche Janecek, Head Librarian of the High School Libraryg Professor Harold A. Anderson of the Department fEducatlon, and Dr. George Wells Beadle, President of the Umversity. Y, , gf y DEDlcAtloN or THE LIBRARY Z f Danny Pinkerl GAK PARK RELAYS Mark Munewifz, Donny Pinkert, Conch Busch Ylo Ormiste 'C K 41 ,nl I fiiv r ..4,n!,, V I I f ,wif 54.95" ,xr , ,A -'ff X is f . in ,J t .Bnx-E-L:g?'x."i!,'-' , x Ah -ldslx, T nr .I KT:-75s "". K 3 ,gy , . 1 1 w 1 '-.-qhigf.-" tn J ,. -ff?-12-lT."'--. . .Q "r---x 1 S XNI E'1,4vv-f- ,ft ts.: MNYNKXHKXKXNmmm:lu--H Rf 2.1 LA X K - W . 2 1 ,L QS 1 A : g . ff ,' x 2' ' 'S 1 s I' Q 'X C 1 9 ff ,9f"xA ' vi ,K K4 . N, H 'K , 24 1'fa".,7ifW JW LQQQQFR 11 A F2559 34,2 5 9 W: K x W YJ ME-gig? N M H- WV 134 H , QM, ' . - ,, 'K A-U4 , iii' 5 . E A' A Rm 11 ' , A . . In X, I.. H57 ..,.' HHWNMQ . M I, syn-ff M,,.gf:4 'Mil f ' , rf " 9: '2"7w " . k 4 M M A jwwdwm 1 wh ,YH xv f. , 3. 5 : M - .mf-' '- 1 ' ' V ,L I- ,...1:Me'm .,k,.x,ji5...V , -an . ,U W-H -M,,,4:w"f-' - may an as E ,ww 'i-' ' 1 an ' ,-r-N-' 5? 1 QIMWL1 Y '1 ,.. , N5 'I wi ,.,.fQ3 .Yu v f - vnvif. -xr W - -, ' l - H QM n , , " -' 1 - -..- 2 L W Ku? 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H H .ang n .Y ww, W , E V Hmmm Nj. ' 5 Si SS . H - H! ml 1 H ' .asa was mmm' ' fin H M SSE B ,iv E m 'Q , ,. M ,L Am W wise VA as Klwxwps .' ,mm mmEi'Em1-fm 48 BAZAARNIVAL 1 5 , 4 it-.df-fad. I Kathy Connor Sheila Koons ..v1 SPORTS J5',f 27. Q " Nl We are defeatedg we are victorious Danny Pekarsky, Stan Hanover With a rebuilding iob to do and only a few weeks practice before the first game, U-High's soccer team got off to a bad start. However, by midseason much of the Maroon's potential had developed. The team began to work and play as a unit. As a result, it put on an inspired drive in the second half of the season and only missed a .500 record in the final game against Lake Forest ftied l-ll. Players named tor All-State honors were: Stan Hanover, first string, Bill Williams, second string, and Sean Cardenas, Dan Heek- in, John Lewis, Dan Pekarsky, honorable mention. g i ll 3 ,li an . 4, , 1-- .Fwy H M is-.Q 1 is v , V i 5 -s. J 5' ,'..-- - -"-ij ' -, Q LY" i 9 ,S a k. l f 55,45 E, , .-viii' WHS, 1 . -nag, 'EIR' 8329313 Standing llett-righil: Stan Hanover, Richie Ries, Doug Meiklelohn, Greg Cohn, Mark Manewitz, Leon Kaufmann, David Seigle, Mr. Patlak-Coach, Steuart Dewar, Billy Parsons, Sean Cardenas, Rod Dalltz, Tim Stulzman, Chris Hiermslud, Bob Grant. Second Row Kneeling lleft-rightl: Ylo Ormiste, Andy Gelman, Gus Swift, .left Bowen, Brian English, Duncan Holaday, Dan Heekin, David Kratzmann, David Rehage, John Lewis. 50 First Row Kneeling lleft-rightl: Dan Cohen,Ricky Stern,Beniy Burrows, Robert Coolidge, Mark Plotkin, Howard Silver, Dan Pekarsky, Bill Williams, Mark Hyman, Andy Dunham, Mike Cody, Joe Steinbach. 'if R . 'A 'Q . -'. ' -3: ru Standing lleft-rightj: Mike Brown, Howard Green, Robert Hutchison, Robert Page, Mark Tanz, Dan Ollendorff - Mana- ger, Mr. Buscli ' Coach, Cbarleg Irving, Jeff Stern, Mike Aldrich, David Lathrop, Mike Tobias, Robert McCleary. Second Row Kneeling lleft-rightl: Jon Friedberg, Mike Miller, Ted Laves, David Light, David Epstein, Dick Neal, Terrv Kratzman, David Houle, Gary Lindon, Mark Felerberg. First Row Kneeling lleft-righti: Barry Snider, Milton Kenner, Ronald Barnes, Mike Perelmuter, Jeff Koons, David Turner, Ernest lrons, Frank Rose, .lon Siegel, Tony Bennett. Sean Curdenas 51 mv, 5'-5a. 3 N ' ' 1, . , it I 4 'lil ,'.r ,, r " fr "1 --PI gs . V: David Kratzmonn 'bww I 7'r,Tl!ZL1:'L4JLg-.s,.+-f, "-' I Stauort Dewar Varsity Total Record: 4 wins, 5 Iosses, I tie. Opponent Francis Parker Oak Pork Lake Forest Evanston Oak Park Morton Evanston Morton Francis Parker Lake Forest 52 Opponent Score U-High Score 2 I 3 0 I O 3 I 3 I I 2 I 2 2 3 0 3 I I SOPH: BASKETBALL , Q x Ronald Barnes U-High's Varsity Maroons came through this year with another winning record. A IO-4 finish earned them a second place tie in the P.S.L. White Division. The team was sparked by high-scoring forward Dan Heekin and Co-Captain Bill Williams. Prospects look bright for next year, ten players from this year's roster will re- turn as Seniors. The Frosh-Soph, after a slow start, brought their P.S.L. record to 7-7, winning six of their last nine games. Leading the scorers was Captain Jon Friedberg. Next year should see a strong team, three starting Freshmen from this year will return. Standing lleft-rightl: John Reintz, Ernie Irons, Randy Ward, Ron Ehrman, Robert Page, Mr. Taurlas, Jan Friedberg, Blll Neimann, Charles Irving, Ron Barnes. Kneeling: Charles Moore, Phil Jones, Everett Rand, Bob Thomas, Jerry Neugarten, Irving Levinson, Pete Wolf, Terry Kneisler, Phil Williams. n F l , ss m H Q,-a ! sf I a l s..,H.s, mam ss ss ss F ss ma ss ss ss . ss ws Es. 14 Bill williams, Jon Bloom ' V'-'ZF-K . , MQW 1 , H sw' , 1 ' H , mm mn Y ga HH l. H M 34 H H . '4:.: . 'I ' my 1 3 V sa a ss X L was 1 af- N-.., ?-S-.. Dun Heekin 54 Jon Friedberg ,.k -an N 1 N x l F . - v in 1 JS 7... ff. ,. fg, 'I .,.4 ,4- 'llff .-' ' ' ,mag : v-fi , Q ,A W - Q 'S Q "aw sfwwwss R nv , ,H ...Y . 4 0' ,,, .. zu-:Mn-'1 -url -V '3"'f"'.' . , . ' N 'll Q55 -,QE '.l.5,'4 5' - -1 ' 'J ' ' ll? . V . ' -. -.m'-f.- ' K pw V, 1 ik. 'Ei Y- , , AY VV V - .g1 f.iv"f n- M' --' ,' " J' 0" 41 5 ,J A ,. V I 4. i, . Q.. ,ll l 4- ,k ,K ' W i.,.' - 1 . . -.- , .,Q Eiga XJ liii Standing llelt-rightlz Mr. Patlak-Coach, Eric Gaold, Andy Gelman, Jon Bloom, Dan Heekin-Co-Captain, Brian English, Jim Gerwin, Jim Pillars, Peter Turner, Richard Allman - Manager. Second Row Kneeling lleft-rightl: Ricky Stern, Tim Stutzman, Danny Pekarsky, Jeff Melnick, Bill Williams-CcrCaptain, Marty Medwin, Mark Plotkin, Ed McCaul. Varsity Total Record: LEAGUE GAMES Opponent Francis Parker Illiana Christian Harvard Elgin North Share Glenwood Francis Parker Latin tlliana Christian Harvard Elgin North Shore Glenwood Latin Luther North ' 'Tournament Game 44 va-w.,,g ,MA MSL-P: Ed Cheskis Bill Parsons U-High's Submaroons concluded a successful season by recap- turing the PSL Championship. This marked the fourth year out of the last five they have held it. Outstanding seniors such as Captain Bob Block, Rod Dalitz, Bill Parsons, and David Rehage consistently won their races and broke several records. Despite their loss, next year's team looks good, with freshmen Mark Madorin and Jeff Stern leading an experienced group. swf 1 0 ,ill L 3 Top Row lleft-rightl: Alex Conn-Manager, Cliff Hollander, Rod Dalilz, Malcolm Burns, Bob Block Dan Lune Jeff Stern, Marty Anke r. Third Row lleft-righil: Richard Michele-Manager, Jeff Bowen, David Rehage, Duncan Holaday Dave Strandlord John Lamb, Dove Epstein, Jim DeLee. Second Row llefi-rightj: Bill Block-Manager, Bill Loventhal, Brian Alters, Tom Adler, Ted Becker Mark Hyman Joe Steinbach, Mark Madorin. . Firs! Row llefi-rightl: Mr. Sword-Coach, Steve Anixier, Bill Parsons, Joe Borrow, Chris Janes John Siegel Chris Goetz, Tim Norville, Tom Kruskal. Abseni: Mike Cody, Jules Crystal, Ted Laves. Duncan Holodczy Voreuty ToIoI R Opponeni Bowen MI Carmel Notre Dome Luke Foresi Fenger SI George NorII1 Pork BroIher Race Frnncns Parker E gm Lyden West Norih Pork Luke Forest Francis I5orker E gm ecord II wlns A losses I he Opponenf Score U Hugh Score Dovld Rehoge Rod Dolcfz 23 63 . AI 45 58 28 60 26 A3 43 . A 33 53 I3 72 ' 53 33 ' I I 74 I ' 30 56 30 56 31 116 34 52 ' 2I 56 I ' I2 73 SI. George 42 35 ' . iv if ,V 5 IX " I I I 1 L 57 Standing fleft-rightl: Bob Factor-Manager, Kurt Kruger, Steve Ballis, Phil Engstrom, John Lewis, Mr. Busch-Coachg Oleg Semkaft, Ylo Ormiste, Gus Swift, Terry Kratzmann, Leonard Siegel. Second Rmv lleft-rightlz Dan Pinkert, Jay Wittenber, Sean Cardenas, Martin Cornelius, Mark Manewitz, Jon Boorstin, Dan Titelbaum, Dick Neal, Doug Meikleiohn, Bob Grant, Robert Glazer. First Row llell-rightl: Mike Brown, Mike Vitucci, Jamie Kalven, David Turner, Andy Robson, Peter Hildebrand, Mark Tanz, David Lathrop, Stanley Hanover, The PSL Relays climaxed a successful indoor track season tor U-High. Under the direction ot Coach Busch, the team finished with as 9-4 record. Senior Ylo Ormiste and iunior Martin Cornelius were high point men, and they were backed by a team with both experience and depth. ln addition to beating some ot the best public school teams, U-High ranwell inthetirst Mt. Carmel Relays. lt captured first place in Class C of the Oak Park Relays tor the second year in a row. The outdoor squad, with most indoor team members and some additions from other sports, once again sought the elusive PSL Championship. y Jon Boorstin A-7995 Sian Hanover, Dave Krctzmann Danny Pinkert Varsity Total Record: 9 wins, A losses Oppon enl Opponenf Score U-High Score Senn 26 73 Malher l7 83 Crane 62 37 Dunbar 49 47 Lane 40 Schurz 211 62 Harlan 311 74 Marsh all l8 Riverside-Brookfield 62 37 Mounf Carmel 2l 79 Oak Park 44 56 Hinsdale 62 38 Luther North 27 74 Marlin Cornelius l 59 Sean Cardenas, Ylo Ormisle , yy ...f 1 .-1 w tix 3 Q 'EFI ' E ' . W' "Q, "' div."-v -asf' . Bock Row llefl-righll: Floyd Aprill, Richard Wasserman, Oleg Sernkoff, David Light, Allen Nalhan. Second Ram: Bob Factor-Manager, Mike Vilucci, Sieve Annixler, Jim Delee, Phil Williams, David Lalhrop, Brian English, Ron Black, Bob Levy, Rod Dalllz, Mr. Busch-Coach. Front Row: Steve Ballis, Sean Cordenas, Jon Boorslin, Marlin Cornelius, Ylo Ormisle, Dan Pinkerl, David Krafz- mann, Dick Neal, Bob Black. 60 I, --4 If I -.WH w f II X , II K, , I, Imw . .L . .. I ..... 5. i H' '21 M 121' E M J .. . nn. IGTR.. .. .. . Mx - :I l H .II "'3df- 5 - - - .- - I- - HE . 3' 'v II ' ':' 3 II .I II usa!! W has B ' I -wwf Ig I :Ii .V W M'- -, I fs A I I xI I A I II II Jrr I' r ' I' 'I q-I I I I 4 II 'IIN I J ,g,."II,pjI, I .III Is. . , A- WE Wi' iqfdl' - I: WI- P I H was E ' f g' K as II E nga E E' H: 5 H in 2 we If SSE' N H Q -- Q if-H B11 5 sang '- W 'swam '5:5 : gswxlwn E .vs :-:: S I .I.. mms' I . Q .HI , Mm E, Nagin, K I H M IE, H .HHN was Is ammsxm 2:5155 EEEIINIIII Hwang IH?-Livwwwmggggi Imgim MH-H was H WM mam mam ssgggxms msmsmsms M HI BH sms B mm E E mn mn E Us E I mx sg In M M .i.- S .,. II ,Is Wg .II I' B rJV ' A uhm ESQ I I, 5 FIN, Y I-IMF Martin Cornelius ' r I J' r .ry I F pf. .',r, , v I II.'r ,I nf, gf,-Vi' r I 'Q II L -... ,mmm X Peker Hildebrand Y- .,.-I an wx. mga- E, .PKI J 1 ,gif ' - -Il W . I, I1 Ylo Ormiste . r-1 ,'g1'."' Wf7f".Eif " iff Lfw , ,' ' , ' C ' " ' 'J' 1. ' - , , 4,1 '2 .v. v- ,I H491 .. .-V--' -A I LiQ""- -- if- ff ' p -nf-?.': 'f ' ' ' J: "F??f""- - v- . . i " , '6f1NIgT,lfl- s-A . Q-fs:-. .J , . 61 ' 54 W7f'11'Sx"-" -f,..r,..-S -I 'LII fl'!'Q'1' - ' V-L xx . f SW I. ' f .-ff: Standing lleft-rightl: Lois Ferdinand, Joan Meltzer, Jane Crews, Miriam Petty, Loulse Hall, Susie Furth, Ann Ringler, Irma Routen, Jory Blakemore, Miss Mates-Coach, Second Rau Kneeling llett-rightl: Jane Brockmonn, Kennette Benedict, Andy John, Peggy Olson, Jody Goldberg, Cathy Sieving, Tanya Sugarmon, Libby Storr, Judy Jacobson, Kathy Bock. First Row Kneeling lleft-rightl: Betsy Katz, Anna Katz, Buff McCleory, Clarette Tukan, Libbets Meiklelohn, Kerstl Or- mlste, Muffie Meyer, Judy Biberman, Carlin Meyer. GIRL ' HOCKEY Opponent Opponent Score U-High Score Francis Parker 0 l North Shore Country Day 4 0 North Shore Hockey Club O 6 Faulkner 0 3 The Varsity concluded one of its more successful seasons with a 3-l record. They beat North Shore Junior Junior Varsity finished with a l-2-l record. Jane Brockman, Mlrlam Petty Hockey Club for the first time. The' T' Llbbets Meiklelohn, Brenda Townsend Varsity Total Record: 2 wins, 2 losses Opponent Opponent Score U-High Score Francis Parker 34 42 Timothy Christian 43 24 Latin 42 I3 Faulkner I3 I6 The Varsity Girls' Basketball Team finished a respectable season, with a 2-2 record. Outstanding players in- cluded Jory Blakemore and Irma Rou- ten. The Junior Varsity had a perfect season with a 4-O record. Strong pro- spects tor next year's team include Judy Jacobs and .lane Crews. Standing flefbrightlz Irene Ludwig, Judy Biberman, JaneBrockmonn,Susan Lcewy, Suzanne Craig, Miss Mates-Coach, Brenda Townsend, Judy Jacobson, Libbets Meikleiohn, Peggy Bergmann. Kneeling llefi-rightl: Jory Blakemore, lrmo Routen, Martha Fultz, Joan Meltzer, Jane Crews, Sheila Koons, Louise 63 Hall. Standing fleft-rightl: Steuart Dewar, David Houle, David Stameshkin, Dan Heekin, Mr, Sword-coach, Andy Gelman, Charles Moore, Douglas Meikleiohn, Robert Coolidge, Douglas Matthews. Kneeling: Peter Heydeman, Jock Kolb, Greg Kavka, Bruce Dresner, Stanley Hanover, Robert Page. Experience was the deciding tactorthisyearin tennis. Both Doug Meikleiohn and Dan Heelcin, the one-two men, moved up to new positions. The doubles team, however, was chosen from relatively inexperienced players. U-I-ligh's chances tor a repeat title de- pended on the strength and consistency ot the doubles. All in all, Coach Sword promised a tougher and more exciting season. ,a . A , 'r Peter Heydeman, Charles Moore . W ' N V N xx 1 -n r- Marshall Lezck 23 s a Ron Barnes BASEBALL With a large number of returning mem bers, the baseball team promised to be one of the most experienced at U-High for some time. Although the squad had a good core ot pitch- ing, supplied by such able hurlers as Bill Williams and Jim Gerwin, hitting remained a question mark. With the help of some promising sophomores, the steady play ofthe team, and a few lucky breaks, Cooch Tourlas telt that the team had a chance for the championship. . 'r-'DW . . wt'r'.'.s V 'H R.-All flf. ,- 'giAJw.,A.rs"1"', . J' - .'- ' - ,",4,' , .'-,"',' i r ' ' V 'f -7 W , .., V A A. , I Q .1 ' ',4'A'.' ., ' , ' - 'YN li ..-f' N X K X Dan Tltelbuum Jlm Gerwin Eric Goold Bill Williams . U+H,igtlfi'sl varsity and iunior varsity cheerleaders, coached by peak land, entertained the crowds during halftime. Captains Dottie R Y l - , 3 " 'ls 'xxlk ,r--4"l"'?:'t A p 1, Sonia Christy, Debi Weinstein, Debby Forman, Susan Graff, Nancy Gist - Captain of Junior Varsityg Fleming - Captain of Varsity, Barbara Brown, Kathy Connor, Judie Weinstein, Rlkki Skinsnes, Burbara'Eat9n.. 3 l l l Missgletarl were generally considered the best in the league. Their welll planned cheers and high spirits boosted morale to a Flem.ingfarfld Nancy Gist led the squads. I CHEERLEADER si 'Ra?rvf21 l v-gQ1x'6- ? 0 L, 1 J 'x L ,T 4? . E- 1 V, -' A 1 .J 1 4, . :Q-VA, i ' ' 1,1 '4 'f 1524: iij: . --rn xx 'i 'fx 21 f Liz-' pr Tj m - gui' I l '. ' -lb w Q 5345225 V11 In wmv, If 'ifif' -I-fi fl, Vg -ma K thus! ' -,3 'QQ W r if - 4,.- YN 1 I ffffxl .Q J- jig f' lg J , fzgfif M ' .Luz "f," L, Y, , lx", mei ,L . f - A 113' f ' -5:1 43 -ff Q ,Maw QE X E? W i E, X . f I L!fJlm V : A- Y " .l 1 E-f A: --- , 1. ig ,I . R' 15-R, ' c Q - 3-Q-w 'Q' ,. H , ,, VE-,',w'iV'Q-'i Y. iw- 14 ,:g.Lq,9- 1 1'1j1ViUzHixS-rf-. 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H 5. ,, E w -j-f.A.r if. 4-.al 2 L' 1' V V I . gag., . .1:' Ajy x 3' .qftiiri wx' E M A X 1: Q ,.:, -125 F --.::E: 4, v - Waamzi-Q V K sf -1 ,. w Q Us :-: A . f X ms qi . , , X ' .' .f'L2JEgf2.1i ld ..: , K - ,H ft - . ff F 1 . - , w..3' ' z if , A nz E 2 14 1 fTg,5 Qi- W 1 L - .. . -42 , A E 3 W PRE-FRESHME JAN CARSON ROBERT CHAMBERLIN PETER CODY MIRIAM COHEN JOHN DALES STEPHEN DEUTSCH BRUCE DROSTE STEVEN EIDELBERG MARLENE EKSTEIN NORMAN EPSTEIN WINNIFRED FALLERS FRANCES FANTL PAMELA FIELD CHARLES FINKEL LAURENCE FLOWERS .C 1 DONALD FRIEDMAN CHERYL GAINES BURTON GELLER CHARLES GELMAN WILLIAM GIST IRA GIVOT ALAN GOLDENBERG NELL GOLDMAN JAMES GOOLD ALLEN GORDON DANIEL GORNSTEIN SARA GOTTLIEB DEBORAH GROBAN REGAN HEISERMAN THOMAS HIRSH PHILIP HODGE CARLA IRENEUS ANNE .IACK ELLEN JARROW EVELYN JOHNSON WALTER JOHNSON CHARLES JONES MIRIAM KAHAN LYNN KARJALA KEVIN KENWARD ERIC KING MARK KOSTECKI EMILY KUO RIVKA GOLDGRABER CHARLES LEBER DEBORAH LEVY PHILIP LEWERT SCOTT LEWIS SCOTT MACKENZIE ALAN MANEWITZ LYNN MARCUS LOYCE MASON MARGARET MCCAUL PETER MEGEHEE PEGGY MCILRAII-I DEBORAH MENEILL E , 1 ,, STUART MEIKLEIOHN ff :N JEROME MELIZER I I CI-IARLOTIE MILLER DAVID MOND MALCOLM MOORE IBI MORCH BARBARA MURISON ROBERT NELSON JAMES NIERMAN THOMAS OLLENDORFF OLIVIA OLSON DAVID ORDEN HUGH PATINKIN PILAR PEREZ KIPPY PERKINS KENNETH PETERS RUSSELL RAYFIELD DONALD REITZES MARGO REIIZES ROBERT RINGLER ANN ROSENBERG , ANNEITE ROSENBERG 1, " ALAN ROSENSTEIN WEE MARY RUNNER I, E DAVID sAwYER AI, DEBBY LEVY IRENE THORELLI 72 ff ll xx I L 1 N X I I I I I I II, I SAMUEL DAN LAURA ' KENT PAUL STAMLER JEFFREY ROBERT JOHN STOUT STEVEN SW ERDLOW CHERYLYNNE SW INFORD DOUGLAS TAVE ALBERT TERRY ERIC THOMPSON IRENE THORELLI' MARY TINKER LEON ID TURKEVICH SHARON WANG BARBARA WEISS JONATHAN WEISS RONALD WEISS JACQUELINE WINTER AMY WRIGHT TERRY ZEKMAN ALLAN ZISOOK J I 3. I' 5Q'fff1': 'n ,xr F " I NOT PICTURED: DAVID BLOOM THEODORE BORNSTEIN MARY DAVIS DAVID FRIEDMAN JOANNE HESSE SHIRLEY JEFFERSON RUTH JONES PETER KAHN THOMAS KOHUT EVAN MOORE ELIZABETH PAGE HOWARD SAVAGE JUDITH SAVAGE MARGARET SHERRARD COLLEEN WALLACE .-" , .. y, ,. ...k W A in .-, , f 1-5' I: 3'-'Q I I' QL 1 , .," ii -- . I.-x 11 Aw' -.pai ,, '. C' :5.',' I , -LQ.: 1, ,T fa' ,, +1 - 4 'ff ' 4-::A,I".. 3332" "Gil 3: -.Q H ,p . .I . . Q . X I :Q'.':'- ,,,,,... ' ,, .IL " ' .f . V " "'..I' ,ig 34. K 1, 'Y I K C I 1,- , . A I Class Officers Idt rlghi Jim McConnell Treasurer Randy Sundke- Vice-President, I ' I1 ' - Siuurf Fulks - Presideni, Laura Rosenblum - Secrafnry. "X J' Af' CHERYL ABERNATHY GREGG AINSWORTH MICHAEL ALDRICH BRIAN ALTERS LINDA ANDERSON CLAUDIA BADER SALLY BALLIS RONALD BARNES THEODORE BECKER JOSEPH BELMONT TONY BENNETT WILLIAM BLOCK ALLAN BLOOM WENDY BLUM HEIDI BOCK GILBERT BOGS CHERYL BOOZE RICHARD BRAND ANDREW BRECZEWSKI JOANNA BRESLIN ERROL BRICE EBORAH BRIN AICHAEL BROWN IMOGENE BURNS LINDA CARLSON SONJA CHRISTY WILLIAM CIULINI ONEIDA COCKRELL KATHLEEN CONNOR DUIS CRANE 'ATRINE DALI'IZ JAMES DELEE SUSAN DENIS DOUGLAS DRAYTON MICHAEL DUNCAN RONALD EHRMAN SUSAN ELWYN EIRDRE ENGLISH HILLIP EN GSTROM DEBORAH EPSTEIN AVRUM EPSTEIN MARY ANNE ERDE MARK FEIERBERG LOIS FERDINAND DONALD FERGUSON FDA FIENBERG RANCES FISHBEIN THOMAS FISHBEIN DEBORAH FORMAN LORRAINE FOX INGRID FRANZEN VICTOR FRIEDMAN BRUCE FRIEFELD EUART FULKS ONALD GERSON ROSCOE GILES CHRISTOPHER GOETZ JAMES GRAFF SUSAN GRANT ALLYSON GREEN HOWARD GREEN KATHERINE GREEN DAVID HAHN MAUD HAIMSON RICHARD HESSE PETER HEYDEMANN SUSAN HILL JERROLD HIRSCH JAY HIRSHMAN I E Amn- -.Q ::: ,zz WILLIAM HOERR I T, L :gps E 1 I R2 'S , A 5 G I E mil E zz: . .. I ' A ..:. :.: I E-1: w-mr Ign- I ITM . Q E V .IWW We Timm r- .... T T a " I LINDA HOLADAY LAURA HOLLANDER RHODA HUSMAN a I . I 'TSM E 1 - -,,. - ' Q GRANT IRELAND A A - gf ERNEST LRONS CHARLES LRVTNG STEVE JAEEEY LI, x I W T T " T W, ' -'E - Q51 fi - WALT .A I E 3 a STEVEN JOHNSON VIVIAN KAHAN BARBARA KAPLAN MARY KATZ JOSEPH KENIG WILLIAM KENNER ANTHONY KILBERT HOYT KIRK TERRY KNEISLER JEFFREY KOONS JAMES KOZLOFF GALE KRAUS KURT KRUEGER JONATHAN KUHN ELAINE KWAN JAMES LANDAU ',..wf' :QI CARL LARSEN DAVID LATHROP SUSAN LEFEVRE RONALD LESSMAN 'TA LINDA LEWIS 55 1 ' A if AMY LLETON ' 5 ' GARY LINDON Lx ' E IG SUSAN Low 4- E -sr' TS. EWU I a ms A . B: . km T EL. ,- ' ' Ili PETER MACMILLAN Ai - A I T Loss MATTHEWS Www E L in I N I - A TRENE LUDWIG T - ' FW In , DELLA MAYBELL :,: I BEVERLY MCCLEARY f nl EE ' is '- :': M' I fi JIM MECONNELL , T 53 I RUTH MCNELLL ' MTKEMELTON . H n ' L-I E E mah ,. "Q f H I In I ' . .II L 7.1.13 ma I E E .I JEANNE MENTSCHIKOFF MICHAEL MILLER ROBERT MINNERLY MARJORIE MINTZ CHARLES MOORE STEPHEN NEAL JENNY NEDELSKY WILLIAM NEIMAN JILL OSBY MICHAEL PERELMUTER DAVID PERLMAN MARK PIECUCH SUSAN POWELL EVERETT RAND TIMOTHY RAND ANNE RINGLER DAVID ROBIN FRANKLIN ROSE LAURA ROSENBLUM DANIEL ROSENHEIM DONALD ROTHSCHILD LEIGH SAMUELS RANDALL SANDKE DAVID SCH IMEL JOHN SCHNEIDER PAUL SCHOME2 CAREY SCHUG MARGO SCUDDER LAURENCE SIEGAL JOHN SIEGLE HI 'Ev' B ' .' gimme ROBERT SILVERMAN LYNN SIMON MARK SIMON NEDRA SMITH BARRY SN IDER JEFF STERN V All JR 5. I,. L., H. fi :,, I RUTH STERN SARAH STRANDJORD ALLYN STREETER l KARYN TAYLOR BARBARA TEPPER MICHAEL IoBIAs I MICHAEL Ioxownz BRENDA TOWNSEND CLARETTE ILIKAN KARL vACEIc FRANCES wARsHAw ILENE wARsHAwsIcY - SAMUEL WIGGINS SIDNEY WILLIAMS SUSAN WILLIAMS PETER WOLF STEPHEN WRIGHT MII DEBORAH zIsooK R I II I" MARILYN LANE , I IIIIEVW W I IIIIINUN II'1'JW MY III III IV IIIII I" M NOT PICTUREDL JULIE DORFMAN MICHAEL EIRSEL ILONA GERSH ROBERT HUTCHINSON MARILYN LANE MARK MADORIN STEPHANIE REICH JOHN REINITZ LINDA THOMAS Q "Don't look or me in that tone of voice." Steve Jaffey Marlene Eksreln ,AM , .. .qw-Wrfig, ?r"MwWw-WW :NW 'Wag 'f v-V W' fWM4QQEiH?i3yL W 5:54 vq.1,mLw1a5gU k ' Q T?7ffl?-QwQ'f"-53.5331 ' .:,.'l., , ,-H" www?-6:3 ,cf sAwg2E..f 1Y'XEvmW'V2fWLv' W'w'F24'?Wm an Bw vi' 1 We xx Km .iigsxilxk Mike Tobias Steve Wright, Jim Kczloff li is aw nw M ROBERT ABRAMS DIANE ALEXANDER CLIFTON ANDERSON STEVEN ANIXTER MARTIN ANKER JOSEPH BAKAN KENNETTE BENEDICT JAMES BERGMAN ILONA BLITZ RONALD BLOCK KATHERINE BOOTH SCOTT BRAMSON Sl EDY BRAUDE RIAN BRAZDA STEVEN BRENNER ROBERT BROMBERG SANDRA BUCKLES ALAN BURNS MARC CARASSO EUGENE CHAN AVID CHANDLER 'NAARGERY COHEN ALYSON CONN SUZANNE CRAIG JANE CREWS LAURIE DANIELS MARIANNE DEKOVEN WENDY DEUTELBAUM ARY DUNKEL IATHERINE ELWYN DAVID EPSTEIN ANNE FERGUSON PEGGY FINDER DAVID FINKEL JOHNNY FRIEDBERG JILL GARDNER DREW GARLAND ANCY GIST ROBERT GLASER FRANK GLATT ALVIN GOLDBERG JEFFREY GORDON CHARLES GRACH ROBERT GRAHAM NCE GREEN ACK GREGG ILLICENT HARVEY PAULA HEEKIN JOHN HERTZ HOLLY HIRSCH SALLY HOFFING LIFFORD HOLLANDER ANN HORWICH DAVID HOULE STEPHEN HURLEY BARBARA JACOBS JUDITH JACOBSON THEODORA JENKINS EILA JOHN YRON JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER JONES DAN JONES PHILIP JONES JAMIE KALVEN ARTHUR KAMBEROS ANNA KATZ V , . 'IV ?'I. . Ill' Ex, Iam, I .L .94 I , ' v Qi, sy, I , III I I - ' S h .:. :.: ,rm fr, I uv ' I u msn a a ' 4 I 9 wr WI , V I, I ,gwx ' LIL ELPQKW un, H L I I L W -- QF'-msg Hg?-'W ', 9, 'V 'X w, I -:-f I -r:-5 I I, 5+ , W W 'T L. Iv'-27,1 "N Xiu, yi mama 3 mn ' fry ss Q ss Jimi ' L 5 I :sri 4- H E -., .TVX I ' if ,.-gl , -'pg ss 0 , I" C .331 112. Wi - ' E E 85 A H . I H E EJ .S Qm wa N- ss N LI , .hx II "H '?,p'g5iL'1',-, '?fQIf?ffT5I'I-'72 wiv' lr. QNX TTL: "., I .--1..-' cf. Kqj. ,Tw-Y.gi-f 'Ilfvkif eE?"f5I3.?1 I III - . -1-1.-' - ELIZABETH KATZ LAURENCE KATZ PAUL KATZ CARY KLAFTER TERRENCE KRATZMANN DIANE KUIZEN if I-.ga 55:5 I 'viiiI-'5i311Pl,?fiI5El5iSfL fl , IIQA LASH fiatfiizf:IZi?E44f522wA1sD,LAvES I 32.1152 j'2:fwJEQIQM1LAgARus Ii-I5 14. 1-5?M4?IR5fI'IA.ILEPe5NER T xr HEJDREEILEE ' I .l.yAJA-"- '1gi1,efQ"11:l " ' I-3 l'- V V. 'I I- L-19453 ,'I:gflas5j if ,. gm :5 I '-Q Ii fs-.S KGEQ5: 35 Q, U 1, . JEAR 3 D BILN , . -IRQAINMJEVINSON "Ll 1 ' RQEERIWLEVY BRUCE LIVINGSTONE BENJAMIN LOWINSKY SHARON MALLIN CANDI MANN CHARLES MARKS JUDY MATHEWS ROBERT MCCLEARY AANGHELL MCCOMB CATHY MCDERMUT DONALD MCELROY LUVIA MCGHEHEE ELIZABETH MEIKLEJOHN ' RICHARD MELLMAN EMILY MELTON JOAN MELTZER CARLIN MEYER EMILY MEYER JAMES MILLER COLLEEN MOORE ALICE MOULTON VIRGINIA MURISON RICHARD NEAL ' . I J E R mn '-Q bgiw :-: s T ,' I 5' , ak H ' 1 1 FREE ' H I if-' X' ,EJ w , In E he 1 we ' iz- ' s 4 I Q .- A. 1, cs' gs kg Q52 X- I I f ' ECI NOT PICTURED: ERN EST BAKER LARRY BRAIL DAMON FULLER JONATHAN HANDLER HERBERT JACKMAN SUSAN LORIE DANNY NATHAN CHARLES SEVICK ESTHER TEPPER ROBERT THOMAS ! ' 1 . In I.- .?, .1 4 I.. . . -. ,IN I '.'.' 'SNES v'I ' I-. ,gk ,a,.--'-- - 1 ' ...,' !ZIa'l'!.j:I',:.:ni ' PATRICIA SELK ROBERT SHOPIRO CATHY SIEVING FREDRIKKE SKINSNES BRUCE SMITH STEVEN 'SUI TAN MARK rANz MARCIA rARsoN MARION THELEN ALEDA TURN ER Dg,v1oTTUnNERT I DUSHANKA vEsseuNovncH MICHAELVITUCCI 'RANDALL wf-mo RICHARD WASSERMAN STEPHAN WIELGOZ , PHILIP WILLIAMS FLORENCE WOOD ROSITA BULLOCK TOM GUTERBOCK RONALD EHRMAN OLEG SEMKOFF an y.- A XR f l , ,I - Q " W , f , , I 1 EN I A JERRY NEUGARTEN TIM NORVILLE KERSTI ORMISTE PAMELA PACELLI ROBERT PAGE BARRY PAULL MIRIAM PETTY SYDNEY PIZER DEBORAH POTTS VICTORIA PYLE SUZY RABENS GAYLE RESNICK SAMUEL ROTHFIELD L ,A 45 PATIY ROTHSCHILD gl, JUDITH sxuownrz H f SUSAN SARNAT Q NA. . PAULA SCHILLER E 3 STEVEN SEGALL ' " -nr su. Liff '7- r ' :N 'MTI I: -,I -1-H ,- ,nl if . 'br- L ILA , 1 0 , bi ' X: I . 'If I H -Q . ' ' Ia. . Th ff I wg. ,1. , is an 5 . 7 U JT Im- I fuggzgg ,Af '- vs, ,. gr QI 'I ' 55- W' v ., f' fig-I r.. R - I :Q . f 2:31 I R .,f E' ks- QF I 1 'XI I F - "' X 1 M "vm I I Sv ,.,-'i' Rf ,,!I1 t . I I 1 I - , I ' 'O A ' ,. -..- , W M . Mm Q - WHA B? -sb' " ja W Q 5 In ,q 5 L 41, I M, msg.. A . R fs- -- I 1 ' Lx: 0 Y I' if Tff f ' I f V, Q H' nf? B3 ,, Qi 1' ou ' I X M 3 I I .Y ,: V , :.. X I 3 I f in M. L1 . W, 1 Alon Burns "Pass me the mortar." Our group had 21 per cent fewer covities." 84 Jane Crews sees"-"' -1 A I' I . 4 .1 'I don't believe in lead poisoning." Polly Heekin, Luvia McGahee Class Officers ls Mary Rosenblum - Secreiary, Peggy Bergmann - PresidenI, Margo Jefferson - Treasurer, SIan Hanover - Vice-Presidenl. AS ADLER NIS ARON BARROW RIAN BENHAM ARGARET BERGMANN HONA BERKLEY KENDRICK BISSET JANET BLAIR RINE BOCK PH BRICE BARA BROWN LLY BRUCKER N BUCHANEN ALCOLM BURNS ICHAEL CODY DANIEL COHEN ONN RT COOLIDGE S CRYSTAL ROL DEKOVEN DREW DUNHAM HRISTOPHER DYER TEPHANY EAST ALAN EHRENHALT RINE ENGEL ENGLISH N EPSTEIN BARA FELDMAN RENCE FIELD ICHAEL FINDER LAN FISKE ROBERT FRIEDMAN JU IORS R ,. Lx.. Bals- Missy Rothschild Illlxv . I . MARTHA FULTZ ROBERT GARBER JAMES GERWIN MARIANNE GILBY LAURENCE GILL DIANE GINTHER MARGARET GOLDBI ROBERT GRANT ANITA GRONER JUDITH GUTTENBERG LOUISE HALL STANLEY HANOVER CECILIA HATCH THOMAS HILL CHRIS HJERMSTAD LESLIE HO ERR MARK HYMAN RICHARD IRELAND SUSAN JASON MARGO JEFFERSON I ANDY JOHN DELIA JOLLY DONNA KATZJN LEON KAUFMANA GREGORY KAVKA CYNTHIA KENWARD CANDY KORKIN DANIEL KRITCHEVSKY THOMAS KRUSKAL DANIEL LANE STEVEN LANE ELAINE LAVIN I 'JTLIIII LI'JwIILJJJIJfIII..J5'I' I I wi JITJJJJJJII'J"JL!II.I1wi. A " . ,,I,,,, MIWIMII,w3,,.,..WJ,,IIfF'" , ,J . "The iisy - bitsy spider went up the wafer spout." If 'TI' ' TI !IIIIu'f. "Iv :A nu". In I Tq II W .gn IIT .,ymg. ,f3.III,I'1 in I-5'i"TIIE'Fl1j,. I-Iv IIN' "'fq'.nLf' MI , ,m2'-III" 6 ' L, fl, I .1 ANI ,,I,Q.vIfIIIIu 1, I ,MII "I EDWARD MCCAUL JANET MCILRATH MARTIN MEDWIN DAVID MEITUS JEFF ERY MELN ICK SANDY MENTSCHIKOFF RICHARD METZGER PETER MEYER RICHARD MICHELE JAMES MORRISSETTE ALLEN NATHAN PHILLIP NAUNTON NANCY NUSSBAUM DANIEL OLLENDORFF RUTH ORDEN NANCY ORR ,.j"AI' 'M lv' ,vjIcQII,1II' .,.,I,II:I,IIg5'III IIIWNNE LIN DON ,II lf, ', '.'l' .',: Img H' pq, HI, IL, L' I II ANITA LAZAR PAUL LEVENTHAL GLENN LEVITAS . v, I JOHN LEWIS - ' ,HN H -. 'I1'.'.w. :JI I. , ,- , ., r LL, , , ,ALL LezAK I VlfALgIgA'LlFcHEz ' Q .-I ff , ANN LINFORD MARK LIPTON SUSAN LOEWY WILLIAM LOVENTHAL LEO MANTA BEVERLEY MARCUS STUART MARCUS DOUGLAS MATTHEWS Z W V , .lixagcpzf ,Ia gI5::l?3Eg.jm7II:,gI1" . , . lair" , 571 'ii -'Z 25:-I 31' , ,,.L,E5.,.I . ,f ,fun 4 - Tu wf' ,V x WMIWWE J,- ,QQIIIJI I-IIWII F ,I is . 'I '21 1 fewji I 'I'fIIIII'1IIII'Igf3:IIIIIIfl , I Ive: J nz w. main sm a a msn Y n 'I nw my -wa m ,. -p I X - V I I 4 - r I t I ya.. II In ITMJ A I Il' I DANNY PEKARSKY JAMES PILLARS , MARK PLOTKIN BETH POLLOCK CYNTHIA PRICE EDWARD QUIMBY JERROLD RAND JEREMY RAVEN DAVID REES DALE REISS DIANE RENFROE Q CAROLE REYNOLDS JOHN ROSE MARY ROSENBLUM DIANE ROSENTHAL JO ANN ROTHSCHI ALAN RUBIN ELIZABETH SAMOILENKO MARK SCHOMER MARGARET SCI'-IULTZ JANET SHECKLES DAVID SIEGLE HOWARD SILVER I I I I MERLE SIIVERMAN I rl L AI I I 3 CHRISTINE SKEELES I , 1 CAROL some H V? I :v ' In SCOTT SPEAR I Q M M 1 I 1 EL. STUART SPIIZNER 'gr I 2 'II I .W 2: JACK SIEIN vga" JOSEPH SIEINBACH X ijlli ' -.-wg: RICHARD STERN X gg? I-'IQ N3 E"-' 1: 55 I1 JONATHAN STILL I am I I . Mary Beckinsale I NOT PICTURED: MARY BECKINSALE MARTIN CORNELIUS DAVID FEGENHOLS MERLE GROSS JONATHAN HARRIS LINDA LAMB LAURA OSBORN DANIEL TITELBAUM L rL --I Rf AI r I I I ,,. f , I, 54 ...- -i.-Sf ' I T I Q I- I 'x,,4 --' 'I ..",k .-. I I 'Wil-TTI' . N. ,I I Dick Neal, Candy Korkin ISDH wx' DAVID STRANDJORD ANNE STROZIER TIMOTHY STUTZMAN TANYA SUGARM AN GUS SWIFT PETER TURNER GABRIELLE TUTLYS SALLY VICTOR DEBORAH WEINSTEIN JUDITH WEINSTEIN MICHAEL WEISSKOPF GLORIA WEISS LESLIE WEST JEFFREY WESTON JOHN WICK EDWARD ZOLLA FLOYD APRILL BENJY BURROWS TOM HARRIS JOHN LAMB PENNY HIRSH MARK MANEWITZ TERRI PAVIAN ss H N. W -w K I ' -In i ' -fx - lx Y if QA TR L Wk Y f 1, hqihvilf 421' .ir 1 ,- I-1 SENICDRS We are the wereg we are the will be us., JL, RICHARD AlI.MAN - RICH "What is mind? No matter. What is mat- ter? Never mind." T.H. Key STEPHEN BALLIS - STEVE "His studies were pursued, but never effectually overtaken." H. G. Wells BRUCE BARRON "Talk to him of Jacob's ladder, and he would ask the number otsteps."D.Jerrold. JUDITH BIBERMAN - JUDY "The most completely lost ot all days is that on which one has not laughed." Chamfort .IOSEPHINE BLAKEMORE - JORY "l am a part of all that I have met." A. L. Tennyson ROBERT BLOCK - BOB lGoosel "His handshake ought not to be used ex- cept as a tourniquetf' M. Halsey JONATHAN BLOOM - JON "Everyone has a perfect right to his opin- ion provided it agrees with mine." J. Billings DARILYN BOCK - DARE "A good listener is not only popular everywhere, butafter awhile . . . knows something." W. Mizner I I I I 1 X . ro' I I I PAUL BRESLIN "When once the itch of literature comes over a man, nothing can cure it but the scratching of a pen." S. Lover HELEN JANE BROCKMANN - JANE "l strive automatically to bring the world into harmony with my own nature." G. B. Shaw ANITA BRUCKER "l can resisteverything excepttemptationf' O. Wilde FAYE ADELE CAMPBELL - ADELE "My idea of an agreeable person is a person who agrees with me." B. Disraeli K.. .H ROVELLE BOIS - "Take a pair of sparkling eyes." G. S. Gilbert SUSAN BOOKER - SUE "lt seems so easy to be good natured, l wonder that anybody takes the trouble to be anything else." Douglas Jerrold JONATHAN BOORSTIN - JON "l am in earnest- lwill not equivocate - I will not excuse - I will not retreat a single inch, and - lwill be heard," W. L. Garrison JEFFERY BOWEN - JEFF "The world is good, and the people are good, andwe'reallgoodfellowstogetherf' John O'Keefe N Sgwmgw W mask" Hmmm Sussman was E ,Summa a we ri DONAL SEAN CARDENAS - SEAN "l was gratified to be able to answer promptly and I did. l said Ididn'tknow." M. Twain EDWARD CHESKIS - ED "l've never made a mistake in my life, at least never one that l couldn't explain away afterwards." R. Kipling ,eww , S' Q 4, i, . s .. L sm W I m RODRIC DALITZ - ROD "The difficult is that which can.be done immediatelyg the impossible that which takes a little longer." G. Santayana THEODORE DESPOTES - IED "I don't say we all ought to misbehave, but we ought to look as if we could." O.WeIles I 1 I ROSELYN CHROMAN - ROZ "Drawing on my fine command of lan- guage, I said nothing." R. Benchley ARNOLD CISCO - ARNIE "l never put off till tomorrow what I con possibly do the day after." Oscar Wilde GREGORY COHN - GREG "I am most fond of talking and thinking, that is to say talking first and thinking afterward." O. Sitwell BENJAMIN COUNTS - BEN IGremlinj "Every time I paint a portrait I lose a friend." J. S. Sargent ft? if' Bn BARBARA EATON - BARB l'Being a woman is a terribly difficult trade, because it consists principally of dealing with men." J. Conrad PATRICIA EISENSTEIN - PATTI "lt was roses, roses, roses, all the way." R. Browning GAIL EPSTEIN "Whenever I feel like exercise l lie down until the feeling passes." R. M. Hutchins JUDITH EPSTEIN s ,lUDl "There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about." O. Wilde we 'er STEU ART DEWAR "Persons with any weight of character carry, like planets,theiratmosphere along with them in their orbits." Anonymous SUSAN DIEHL - SUE "Beauty that doeen't make a woman vain makes her very beautiful." J. Billings BRUCE DRESNER - "LITTLE GUY" "l could see that if notactually disgruntled, he was far from being gruntled." . P. G. Wodehouse NANCY DRY - NANCE "All the things l really like to do are either immoral, illegal or fattening." A. Woollcott JACQUELINE ELLIS - JACKIE "Had I been present at the creation, I would have given some helpful hints for the better ordering of the universe." Alphonse the Learned ROBERT FACTOR - BOB "l respect faith, but doubt is what gets you an education." W. Mizner ARNOLD FEINBERG "l never thrust my nose into other men's porridge. It is no bread and butter of mine." M. de Cervantes LYNNE FIRSEL "The rabbit loves its hoppity, the wallaby loves its hippity, I love my serendipity." O. Nash JAMES FISHBEIN - JIM 'We wish he would explain his explana- tion." G. G. Byron DOROTHY FLEMING - Dottie 'Wherefore waste our elocution on im- possible solution? Life's a pleasant in- stitution, let us take it as it comes!" W. S. Gilbert PAMALA FLOYD - PAM "I fear explanations explanatory of things explained." A. Lincoln GORDON FULKS "It's the principle of the thing." Anonymous ,Q-6 SUSAN FURTH - SUSIE "I can believe anything, provided it's incredible," O.Wilde MICHELE FUTRELL- MICKII "Our ship hath touched upon the deserts of Bohemia," W. Shakespeare W ,. ,. df. i I I l . t -Q 4-03- ,Snr .IODY GOLDBERG "Fashion is what one wears oneself: what is unfashionable is what other people wear." O. Wilde KAREN GOLDBERG - KARE "I have no other but a woman's reasong I think him so because I think him so." W. Shakespeare 71 ff I I Ewa SB we THANIA GATSIS "Life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about." O. Wilde SEWELL GELBERD - BIRD 'lf you don't win an argument, you can always call your opponent names." E. Hubbard ANDREW GELMAN - ANDY "I am a great believer in luck, and I lind the harder I work the more I have of it." S. Leocock CHARLES GOETZ - CHUCK "The brain is a wonderful organg itstorts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get into the school." R. Frost a . Si, ...E . DAVID GORDON - DAVE "The moral obligation: to be intelligent." J. Erskine ANN GO'l'l'I.lEB - ANNIE "It is often surprising tofind what heights may be attained merely by remaining on the level." Sunshine Magazine SUSAN GRAFF - SUE "'On with the dance, let ioy be uncon- fined' is my motto, whether there's any dance to dance or any loy to unconfinef' M, Twain PETER GRANT - PETE "Come, follow me, and leave the world to all its babblingsf' Dante HAYIM GOLDGRABER "lt was wonderful to find America, but it would have been more wonderful to miss it." Twain JACOB GOLDGRABER - JAKE "l have often regretted my speech, never my silence." Publius Syrus SUSAN GOLDSMITH - SUE "To know is nothing at all, to imagine is everything." A. France ERIC GOOLD - Stymie "There is no pleasure in having nothing to dog the fun is in having lots to do and not doing it." M. W. Lyttle ANN GRODZINS "Ah, pray make no mistake, we are not shyg We're very wide awake, the moon and I." W. S. Gilbert ROBERT HANLEY - BOB "The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work." Anonymous MARGARET HARRIS - MARG "The advantage of the emotions is that they lead us astray." O. Wilde DANIEL HEEKIN - DAN "l have never let my schooling interfere with my education." M. Twain TONI HELSTEIN "Why is this thus? What is the reason of this thusness." A. Ward KAREN HESSE "Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined." Meredith PETER HILDEBRAND - PETE "Tell the truth, and so puzzle and confound your adversaries." H. Wotton SUSAN HODGE - SUE "My specialty is being right when other people are wrong." G. B. Shaw 343-TEX lv if 9s EDWARD JAFFE - JOEY "Everything is funny, so long as it is happening to somebody else." W. Rogers KAYJOHNSON "lt is often woman who inspires us with the great things she will prevent us from accomplishing." A. Dumas PETER KAMBEROS - PETE lThe Greekl "Go to your pleasure, businessg whilst l go to my business, pleasure." W, Wycherly JONATHAN KATZ - JON "May my lost breath be drawn through a pipe and exhaled in a pun." C. Lamb "That is the worst of thoselpeople who DUNCAN HOLADAY - DU NC "Who loves not women, wine and song, remains a tool his whole life long." M. Luther BONNIE HOLLAND "That must be wonderfulg l clon't under- stand it at all." Moliere WEN DY KESSEL have charmg they are so hard to do with- out once one is accustomed to them and all their ways." G. de Maurier GWIN KOLB - JACK "Every man is an impossibility until he is born." R. E. Emerson llrifif-f SCOTl,l.ASH - EARS "Work is a form of nervousness." , D. l-Ierolcl LAURA LATHROP - LAURIE "lt lsn't really anywhere, it's somewhere else instead." A. A.,Milne RICHARD LEAVITI' - RICH "l prefer a comfortable vice to a virtue that bores." Moliere THOMAS LYONS - TOM "I've a grand memory for forgetting." R. L. Stevenson GEORGE KOONS "We are both great, but l have iust suc- ceeded' better in keeping it a profound secret . . . " E. W. Vyes H. JONATHAN KovLER - JON "l can't afford to waste my time making money." L. J. R. Agassiz NANCY KRASHEN "Girls have curious minds and fain would know the end of everything." E. B. Browning DAVID KRATZMANN - DAVE "Nothing puzzles me more than time and space, and yet nothing puzzles me less for I never think about them." A. de Lamartine .fri ' l 'NESS as gg a ss-v sms m WEN! ss JAMES MATTHEWS - JIMMY "Nowadays to be intelligible is to be found out." O. Wilde DOUGLAS MEIKLEJOHN - DOUG "To be good is noble, but to teach other people to be good is nobler - and less trouble." M. Twain PAUL MELTZER "My interest is in the future, because I am going to spend the rest of my life there." C. F. Kelte-ring MARION MEYER - MUFFIE "Some people are always grumbling that roses have thorns, l om thankful that thorns have roses." A. Karr ARNOLD MEYERBERG - ARNIE "Did you ever have the measles, and if so, how many?" A. Ward VERONICA MILETIC - RONNIE "The only thing that experience teaches us is that experience teaches us nothing." A. Maurois MARGARET MOON - PEGGY "You cannot demonstrate an emotion or prove an aspiration." J. Morley SUSAN MYERS - SUE "l sometimes give myself admirable ad vice, but l am incapable of taking it." M. W. Montague ,QQFQ GRACE PACHMAN "Common sense is not so common." Voltaire WILLIAM PARSONS - BILL "I never sleep comfortably except when lam ata sermon." Anonymous DANIEL PINKERT - DANNY "It is not necessary to understand things in order to argue about them." C. de Beaumarchais DAVID REHAGE - DAVE "I want free lite and I want fresh air." F. Desprez f- -ng I 59 I C2481 .IOANNA OLMSTED She had a complete Ignorance of every thing a woman does not need to know E Paul YLO ORMISTE I ll risk forty dollars that he can outiump any frog in Calaveras County. M. Twain IRVING REMSEN - IRV "There is only one way to achieve happi- ness on this terrestrial ball, and that is to have either a clear conscience, or none at all." O. Nash RICHARD RIES -' RICHIE "Just like my luck! lf I had been bred a hatter, little boys would have come into the world without heads." E, Lytton we mm a at - ss 5 nm-sg 103 04 BETTY ROSENSTEIN "What is my lottiest ambition? l have al- ways wanted to throw an egg into an electrician." O. l-lerford JEREMY ROSSEN - JERRY "He is winding the watch of his witg by and by it will strike." W. Shakespeare IRMA ROUTEN - IRMS "l got rhythm." l. Berlin BARBARA SCHULMAN - SCHULTZY "She laughs at everything you say. Why? Because she has fine teeth." A B. Franklin ANDREW ROBSON - ANDY ' "All my life, as down an abyss withouta bottom, I have been pouring vanloads ol! information into that vacancy of oblivion I call my mind." L. P. Smith ' f MARGARETROSE ' "Lite is too short, and the time we waste. in yawning never can be regained." 1: ' Steindhal JUDITH ROSENSON -JUDY "Politeness is one half good nature, and the other half, good lying." M. Lyttle SHERYL ROSENBERG - SHERRY l ' "lt is completely unimportant. That is why' it is so interesting." A. Christie STEWART SCHUSTER - STU "He liked to like people: therefore people liked him." M. Twain PETER SCOVILL - PETE "What I have been taught I have forgot- teng what I know I have guessed." , C. M. Talleyrand BARBARA SEIDMAN "Of all noises, I think music is the least disagreeable." S. Johnson GAYLE SHERMAN "Some people have tact, Others tell the truth." I. Cohen IRA SHOULSON - IRE "He flung himself upon his horse, and rode rnadly off in all directions." M. de Cervantes DAVID STAMESHKIN - DAVE 'He reads much, he is a great observer, and he looks quite through the deeds of men." W. Shakespeare ALAN STERN "It's clever, but is it art?" R. Kipling ELIZABETH STORR - LIBBY "The first thing I do in the morning is brush my teeth and sharpen my tongue." O. Levant IDI: 'YY san Z . aj' 1 T M MARI TEITELMAN "It takes less time to do a thing right then to explain why you did itwrongf' H. W. Longfellow JAY TYNE "Except during the nine months before he draws his first breath, no man manages his affairs us well as a tree does." G. B. Shaw COLLETTE WALKER "lf you don't say anything, you won't be called on to repeat it." C. Coolidge DALE WEINER - LOLLY 'Women are meant to be loved, not to be understood." O. Wilde .IANETTE STREETER - FREAR "l do not believe today everything I believed yesterdayg lwonderwill Ibelieve tomorrow everything I belive today." I. Goldberg DEIRDRE SWIFT - DEE "A woman's mind is cleaner than aman'sg she changes it more often." O. Herford I I I I I Q WILLIAM WILLIAMS - BILL "l am as bad as the worst but, thank God, I am as good as the best." W. Whitman JAN WITTENBER - JAY "Think wrongly if you please, but in all cases think for yourseIf." G. E. Lessing Fi JOSHUA YEIDEL - JOSH "I often quote myself, it adds spice to my conversation." G. B. Shaw STEVEN ZARNOWITZ - ZARNIE - STEVE "Let us make a tentative effort to give a metapsychological description ofthe pro- cess of repression . . . " Freud ALBIN ZUECH - AL "I am an agnosttcg I do not pretend to know what many ignorant men are sure of." JOAN ZISOOK - JONI "lt's a funny thing about life: if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it." W. S. Maugham Not Pictured: HOWARD HOROWITZ - "H" "I kissed my first woman and smoked my first cigarette on the same dayg I have never had time for tobacco since." A. Toscanini SHIELA KOONS - SHE "The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool." W. McFee ANN McCONNELL "l am bound to furnish my antagonists with arguments, but notwith comprehen- sion." B. Disraeli KIM MOSLEY "One learns in life to keep silent and draw one's own confusions." C. O. Skinner MARGARET OLSON - PEGGY "A sense of humor will reduce your troubles to their proper proportions." ANDREA SHLIEN - ANDY "One can be bored until boredom becomes a mystical experience." L. P. Smith DAVID WIEDEMANN - DAVE "O Lord if there is a Lord Save my soul iflhaveasoulf' J. E. Ronan 107 Our Leaders I 'T-' QT ' Ll -'U,f: - V W ss' ,u,' .jf l 5.4 rx-- 1.: , hz, ' '. . 'I Iv 08 lra Shoulson - Secretary, Barbara Schulman - Vice-President, Billy Williams - Presidenl, Dan Heekin - Treasurer. 5 N K lm" Alb.. .- Gayle Sherman, Wendy Kessel, Doug Meikleiohn, Sleuart Dewar P' l i. Ed Cheskls, Jody Goldberg Sieven Zornowifz Husten Jason, bring the basin!" n w l -1. m Joke Goidgrober Duncan Holodcy 109 Ann McConnell "U-High is on intellectual garden if you ore cn vegeioblef' fu E l ,U . '- ' ?":il,' . 4: ' .gr-'F. f .A , ,. Richard Allmon David Gordon Jeff Bowan Mickii Futrell 'X ,wi---,1:5f:Y'-1 K' m Q .Lu Yffii E44-'25 ' !?5Qx2,xi! 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Jeff Bowen, Paul Melizer, Jack Kolb "GAEK!" Paul Breslin, Dan Heekin Sieve Ballis W ENE Simmsis in 'Timm E ms gs gs BB, a 5 ss 5. ss B1 W H . B Zina- m mm an . H5155 H , 4 W .Y Q "Oh my aching nasal congestionl' ' ss 3 XM gl:-V 7- K V r-"fr F' , J' wr." 1 Toni Helsfein, Greg Cohn Andy Robson Deirdre Swifl, Charlie Goetz P' M , Y "' "Yes, Cl worm on the third petal 1,4 "Don't be vulgo, Ulgo." Duncan Holoday, Kay Johnson 1' " , 7' r-f 1- E5 H , , l YA l:.k " ilverware is pliable." Hn- ixf "Nice take-off. Now l'll take the controls." .li il , A , XT BillWilliams 115 JG, J 5 :.: A, 'No Huck I'II come flshmg later " WK: M Q 1' Patti Eisensfein, Anita Brucker 0 41 .f-4 8 'Checkerbou rd Square' Peter Grant Dan Heekln ' .L""'.. H .J . ya , ,. vu'- ig K ,,- P "A senior olwoys feels like the school is going to the kids," lru Shoulson, Betty Rosenstein, Judi Epstein, Wendy Kessel, Sewell Gelberd. .fwqx -Q" 'rwv ni "Three little maids from school are we." 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