Valley Stream North High School - Chariot Yearbook (Franklin Square, NY)

 - Class of 1971

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S' , I I I y Stream North High School . ,, FI A . .III A gr. my I I97O 71 NAME THE SCHOOL GAME OBJECT OF THE GAME The obgecr IS Io survlve slx years of compulsory educahon whale s+rlvmg Ito become a maiure IH dlvldual Everyone de+ermlnes has own goals of wmnmg 'I'he game MATERIALS Each player enfers +he game wI+h curuoslry 'Fear and deiermlnahon Amounls of each are defermmed dur mg pre-game warm-ups In elemenrary school SETTING UP TEAMS Players sei' up fhree reams 'rhe s'ru den+ Ieam I'he Iargesl I'he facuII'y I'eam and I'he admlnlsfrahon 'ream PLAYING THE GAME Players s+arI' a+ fhe sevenrh grade and proceed around I'he gameboard They musl' pass +hrough numerous hazard squares such as exams and reporif cards Durmg The game players are glven cards numbers labels more cards I'hrea'Is knowledge and more cards The game comes Io an end when Ihe players have successfully eluded 'rhe hazards and havegroped 'Ihrough seemingly endless expanses of 'hme 1970 71 ULI- QAME g as 2 A A 2 d WEEK 3 d WEEK , - I ' M :I I. , . 5-V .IN, , f , I 4, U ng-f II I , If , A., Y, JN' Y 6lTo Rnd 'Iverage lm! ll far d 1111 t Off Stud 'ff STUDENT CODE CARD 4lh wean sm wcex ,I .Iy- L' ' 7l,'II , , .X ,I , v, I . 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I I X AI I ' , l'N I I '- , , I ' I I I T I II '44 ff To . .II. Mmoom on lst PERIOD I'IE--Q. - ,I IIII -IX TREAM NORTH HIGH SCHOOL .0. Card 1970 - 1971 Discounts at Arden tba Acres Green Acres Grade Marlon Sregel s Malv Robert Jewelers F S Ray's Tuxedos F S Green Acres Jewele s V Square Florist F S L Lee Val aura v R M L Catering W H Skatelmd N H P rs FS Jessicas FS 19 Lee Men s Store FS. LOCKER OPENS FIRST TRY ADVANCE 3 SPACES t Vlre nr cbls rm utI cr Decorum ln n ,I ..-,..,--, I,,' A ..,, I IL. HUNG UP IN HALL CRUSH LATE FOR CLASS I " In I II I- .:......... '-..L. II N ' "r11s3T.:rfr," II .------ ,, .,.III, A . son rI,v 'I .-I.I'g,I .,IrIA.,i -A--- ,.Iy,I .,IIr X I II. ,III H A- XII .I.'. III1:, I. I Y, PI-II I X .MLS L I.. I . 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EXAM: LOSE I TURN CHEM TEST: STUDY 3 HOURS AND FAIL ANYWAY: BACK I SPACE CAUGHT CHEATING: FORFEIT 2 MONTHS WORTH OF BROWNIE POINTS I2 DENTENT ON 22 2 ZEEESEE O 3 TO NATHAN S " . FIND Jos, .I l- ' GOT THE FAIL "MUNCHIES:" IST LOSE JOB: NEED A ROAD SELL CAR FRIBBLE TEST: WALK ADVANCE GO BACK TO TO TO MOTOR LA STELLAS FRIENDLY'S VEHICLE I 13 QAN - 21 EB - I9 FMATER BEAR!!! 'i --:Iii C 'nd' A P A . Q WS! 16 INFLATION STRIKES, CLASS DU ES GO UP ANOTHER DOLLAR MONDAY MORNING, TAKE A DAY OFF. ROLL AGAIN. YOUR FEET FALL ASLEEP DURING CHRISTMAS CONCERT. LOSE 2 TURNS .V ,.-,,, Q f V G-lf, 4574, -f..-za.. - ' -'2-r'.-Lil' Fai-1-. 3,3 4'-fF f ' " ' -"Anza, , , - -ig , , - f- , -2. ,... :r-..L,3,,, 3. - GO TO JUNIOR CARNIVAL. GET BUSTED FOR GAMBLING LOSE 2 TURNS g.gl - -in CHARIOT LATE NIGHT LOSE 3 SPACES - 1 PAINT BY NUMBERS FAILS. RETURN TO 8Ih GRADE ART .ll-il-11 FRENCH CLUB PAYS OFF. YOU'RE ACCEPTED TO GREEN KEY. 17 if 'If I' i, , .,.,,,4Y A nff' 1 ' 3,4 V,..f, '. it mg! , . 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Don'+ drink The waler. No lomen el agua. l.'eau n'es+ pas polable. My uncle is in lhe Air Force. Mi 'rio es miembro de la Fuerza Aerea. Mon oncle es'r dans l'armee de l'air. '. ..,. X--1 T ii '2 i ,-"H I2 io 2 io 2 Q 3? E9 :El as , 5 '-.na ' - 4Y,.-ff ,.u--., - 1 ." . I2 I Di 'ill I I io I0 2 319 1,6 . 6 5-' THE 2:35 GAME ObiecT of The Game: To leave school as quickly as possi- ble aT 2:35. EquipmenT: One sTudenT equipped wiTh agile legs. Rules of The Game: I. Never sTay longer Than is absoluTely necessary aTTer 2:35. 2. Discover The TasTesT rouTe To your TavoriTe exiT, ploT your paTh and malceda Tew pracTice runs. 3. STarT waTching The clock aT 2:00. 4. STarT rising ouT oT your seaT aT 2:34 so you will be The TirsT aT The door aT 2:35. 5. Schedule your classes so you don'T have an eighTh period class and can leave aT I:50. 6. GeT your books and coaT Trom your locker beTore eighTh period so you are ready To leave when The bell rings aT 2:35. Winning The Game: Being The TirsT one ouT The door aT The end oT The school day. Ti 1 4. ' ' , . 1 , . l . .L If I ff' ' yr' V . . ' 'f ' f 41121 1'f V- f v 1' ..- ,1 v - 1' . .h I vgwftv l 'I ,J-1 . 1 x '. ',ff1,u x 1. -..w-fu--B-at P . b 'Q 4 V.. U. I 4'-"L"'e-M., I f lf V, . A-ff-S51 , f I 'AP 'px --if-- 'f ma , I ff-5 X pw P Af " I ,Ax '-,.,.'4"""'1 ' x V,-fu 1'-I' kr N 'H A fl in i . i 1 7'9- an rf: A' I w 1- ,C . , 5... W-, K-M . AH - FAI HEALTH f54' if.A'Q.i' gg I sf if " E W SEMESTER rf RETAKE 2nd xx. ,' -Law-f SEMESTER f ,ff T7-Q+ I ,QpFg.fSggS--.1lEL9'?:I RETAKE SENIOR C, ,L , I PORTRAITS ., I , I . ,, M LOSE4 F' .I TURNS , Imevz-f..Il A I fi IIRI I A , .B ,',' W..-f MAY1,NO ACCIDENT IN SIT FOR CAUGHT BACKTO FIRE DRILL- NEED TO CHEM LAB SENIOR SHOFLIFTINO SCHOOL SAVED BY COUNT VISITMOTHER PORTRAITS FROMJUNIOR NIGHT. ALL THEBELL- SENIORS CHEM AFTER ADVANCE 4 CANDY OLOWINO NO FRENCH SCHOOL SFACES STAND LOSE REPORTS QUIZ! 3 TURNS ALLOWANCE GOES UP 23 . ,f-an N M, 72-, 'Jar' E ,r " J N N 1 A 146: - M' W ., 5. 4 X Ad ' 'W N ,, ,A N4 H 5 K, J' I Ag X-me 5- - 6 milf! .., .Q K ,K . ,- M J, .N Vmw. N! V ini , ink- ,HM gf, 111, 1 ,Zim ,ff ,Ve Q 6 at Mr? "' W M N " ' N ' w W' W gf N 'M 3 - K ' - , wa, MW V Wm M 'fi , wi ' ff fx 'Lisa M mf gf f . :+ 5 f , q E 'V .wr , ' 5-WW4 X fx M '- ,Q ' -M ' ' 4 , . M H I '.l, L , W' M v W - ' , 1 , ,J .nn A . X, ,, 5 -ah, l Q X , X . :pf pf W 71675 ' 5 1 . H - W, 4 I I - , AA W uh Q. W . I- I ' I. 'fa '- NA D I .Q 1, 1 F AQ- .u- l . I 4 Q, -E.. .J , - :gf v. , f' Q' if Q1 4, iz' .4 an ,,- , K. Lv. 1 S- 'LQ . 1 f 9 Q . f" 3 ' 'JH F' ' + . ! ' . .V A-T 5 -' ig :ff ' 4 fri? " .Q fi 1' iQ!- ..LLil , j, elf 1452 nv 5 4: 'af , , ri A...,.. de ,, w, Shmxg ,-Q , 49' ' I ,Ll 4' K l ,WM :sxqxf 3 f' fx'-ix - If 1 '. 4 "x . X I . 1 L- , 'T .tn , M.-,mx A gig: fix -"JA I 1. N AP if P' "Tl 1 5324! "' fb' I ,ae-.-1' , er LL I ' ft? 4 - 1- . ,,, , . - , ' , R49 3. , X 5 , knight, Ab Y n r. 6 Y A QV .L :gl . x 4 , 1 ff f -. aff-. A15 r 'fl , ' ' ig Hn I ' W-xi! z H-:gil 1 Y , T I 513 Q I " 2.-- "1 5' A , A, , :S.MI.1fg -Q-53 f . Q . S 'Zh' Q f ' -s A 9' - ' 1 ZX A qu. A ' Q - A "'--' 4 , ' 5? -Q! If' A v 'iw' - ,. cr- M96 'P aff 1, Q 4 -U in S 0 .v. : H V - - 3 , .lf I L 9. Tj' A L. Q N fx" 1: 5 " Maw W . 1J'W51qQ?. V 1 .4 . 6 , K Q A Wi : 'H ,kg K xl i :" 11" +.Vf XJ " f " 'Wi' ,L -1 ' 1 V, . 5 ' M 4 . L !fYH I X .. ' , 'M' " .,,'1 ' 4' ,. ,' L- KI - , uid. , A ' 1 :X 'Gd , -H ,Ax ! 1 W I . if E p -:Y I 9 nl M n-A :nm V A , sq -'J I ,. sf THE WORK GAME Obiec+: To earn The greaiesi number of green "Money" cards in lhe Life Game wiih as lilfle ehforl as possible while slill remaining in Jrhe school game. - Playing ihe Game: Playersproceed in a similar fashion as in The school game. Firsl Jrhey Try lo collecl "Hired" cards and laier green "Money" cards. Depending on his experi- ence lhe player may receive "Raise" or"Fired!l" cards al lhe various work spaces: Doclor, Gas Siaiion, Posl Office, and Joe lhe Barrender. Winning: Players can exchange Their "Money" cards for various prizes. Beginners slarl wilh a weekend dale, rec- ords, or conceri Ticlceis. Experienced players sirive for a slrereo Jrape deck, car, or college Jruiiion. L ,,,, H' s-Fe, g i 4 I1 E nv 'Q TI- -.'2iL:Q. 3321 1 an ff' if .A X 1 Eb- H X . XX: f,. . A ' A. c 1, ' df' ss V- A -'1 'FL 'X zz, vin W' 1. W ,V 'f1'f"'L' , iiifffin. eg PROM YEARBOOK BORROW FALL ASLEEP GOWN ARRIVES IN YOUR TUX AT THE 8:00 DOESN'T TIME FOR AND SAVE BREAKFAST FIT: SKIP 2 SENIOR 530. GO . . . . . .WAKE UP GRADUATION TURNS DINNER AGAIN. IN TIME FOR WHILE YOU CELEBRATE! . . . DIET 28 fi! .F-N f 4. 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A O14 0-KEWL X Oil 3 -GfLLQ Me big chief si'r+ing bull. michael it 'T'- andrew I. braun Ioel a. breger margaref brlscoe 2 Sf' Tom bromanfe lauren osa brown keivin p. buchanan margarei c. burns 37 f My Lf ly X f X' X X .If j fl , f ii fx JJ X A Q 'QNJU i f ff f vi imma M A7 ffi Mf AI gif! N H+ MGS? 5, 1 ' am JJ 'J 'U Q-fx' bf if-nv fxfvjii charles w. caldwell beffy capuh michael r. carfer ronald calrropa Q V f W Xxx I i , -WJ 1 And The nexf Sfudenf Council presidem' . . . Chuckie Fischelson? gr E is iv Q F9355 YQ Q-- iasgn f, Che,-Hoff carla elena ciohci N , richard david cohen diane f. colello 'I' L randi colombo kennefh consfanfine laurence convoy bruce coopersmiflw A W 1' :IF Di3ff,if"' 155 'V N X ,Q IN 'IV' 'J -,,9,J Mx iwd Uviwf W , 1 'Wx KX fkpzvd xg 3wrvf2f'U0 , V 0 I jf!! 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YOU lfNCWC5 Sfvwf km 'HM54' RESN- P koocwae vccxlly Ox QM Gcraopgfwclicwlvwm O5pcoal,uwJlL f-lkfqffjlij of Q ' 46 ann cg. mlchael I. fragola QVSQ I richard p. fredericks louise lrilz When I came To school l had lwo of These 'Nh' if-3-39' A IL WW' W wwwwxk ff WW games I. ga rf MMV 1 ww n w. gannon Nw -n . . In a never-endung baffle for frufh. jusi' d American way. ice, an +h IGITIGS QGHS IIHIGT1 garofalo sandy ge-ffner lynn d. goldfarb 47 K' V41 11.6 goIdschm1d+ ma++ goods+em warren qosdm judy goflieb lois goulef debbie graham carol I. granf rober+ grassick ,Ev george grossmann noel guardi pafricia Hagan .f 1 1 1 L ,. i ? 4 'X I, . 4 'f ,, .1 1 , , W 1 I r I N' ' fi Q Qqx ,TA Q49 J Cl' 5 J' V QM WA iv " n fm W1 f x L W5 if f up A ff! M JU V! H ls lv r n f W ,J 1 W ,VE M W W WXQQZT WJ lim fi Gfi fi 'W rl! JI KJ A LW! , ,- A A , ff . , N . I . . f W I IV M V1 v w 'f7.1,'7' darlene f. hagen rufh e. hallberg james b. hawH1orne wendy ann heuman s .QL +o rj Richie. Greg, and Frank. 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S x 1 43 X ri ve" X l'ml'1ung up on my boards! joanne karlin arnold karr ww we """"f MQQOQ W Sc-NN,-X ' if JJ' JW Y vm QW O ken a. kaplowifz 513 ,Go-?.ox af . CW , s 0 my M50 5 OL Q If PM , 053535 M v . ,K Qffwwrmui an W 4 rw DJIQEWJJL deborah I. kearney henry kelsfon kevin kenneally e marc alan kerner 53 Cf?-Zvg, X -NP J 'Aff' r N W5 rgpff QD! :Sk Hx SLLJJQ -'JMSLVVN cf yy 3945 wgwn 'Q QP QQND x.. iv QAM: ,SJ-f5'Vd5w A,,..ff Qijflg i '21 2350 Oahffpi I rrfyp . QE Q 'cn kung norman klein pa 54 dan klnmxowskn richard kopecky 5 valerie krall frances kraus 3- f' f The Lone Ranger and Pronfo. Thomas r. kull ronald paul landress jeffrey langer cloris lawrence E555 pfv Al? M Om jf W W af WJ of M M fog! W . WW! WQWW ZW +'rl'l alisa liben i' f l marshall lieberman elliol liebner alice anne linder palricia lillle michael lodespolo ix ,l 9 .1 . '9 Qjdmj ' wg! 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WHAT in The pie? .igzggxfb ' Qs me C7950 ww Dil alan Of df morhmer NNW N ff,-.agyw f 1, X, "G nj K, . KN J X LA Y NKVILX GUNS FIGFO ' 4 Lv: p ,, ' KU ' f 'X W33 I 'sf UW g., , -f QQ 1 xg' 12 .J W . K . . YQj,'viN.Cfum X rvnfvg' K X V Q 3 H 6, 'Ai' . sw? ' X, L -X., .fri ,.,n-af'-'- Q loanne e neary marguersfe nlcholas ,ML And Hwese are only for Humanijriesl .. F I 'ik jerry niederberger S'fSVer1 F. nixon LJ, Lia ggi? Q75 QNWMW-ww VMMAMMW O Klum- f me M, -l david nor+l'1 ellen osfer diane pacciano susan obs+ ka+hy o'neill 'Q Q .-1 a d,a4f3 I iusf washed my hair and I couldn"r do a ihing wifh Pr! W Mfg nf? LV 'T Rlfppfinffnfyiyfff wg! if M395 of o of A M Q W W 1 7 N, gf 'K john palladino michael carl pannullo marianna pavlak N Look whaf I made wifh my Erecfor sef! chrisfine pecorella caroline pepifone marsha susan pinner X 'SQ' gregory prnesfon games s. prnes+on lay evereff pronf alberf puknaf 9.4 A The in-laws are over. kenne-H1 m. rabach sean reardon lane? regomm dems renda I lame K ini' ,fi-S 'QD' W.V.S.N. signing off. A IL! ww! 'N zyc 'KL s c. repka anne rinkes lorene ripak diane rosenberg J fi I . L ' ' . f Lf 1 ,M fyff I , 4, .. ,X ,Ly ff! , fl ax . " fl! 7 , L QA' WX.. V, , , 1 f 67 make rossefh susan b. ro+h kennelrh rdrner shelly melinn rubin paula sacks richard sallrus The Frlifo Bandifo s+rikes again. 1 Aff a V -' .K - A . ,, A. 1' 1' ' u',,1 , san .A if I could jusf ge+ my Thumb uns+uck from my lip. 4 Q V' N, roberf salzman howard samuels marie arm sarchlapone E in 1955 he marilyn e. sa+Her pefer b. sayre Ioan barbara schmi+'r richard schonberg salvafore sclafani gerry scudero lorraine selle richard Seward iulie sheinberg lawrence siegler fheresa p. signoreffi iudy skolnick Have Thumb will fravel. sal slanzione linda sfarker bruce sfone diane p. Thompson 1 1' Ei? tw donald Torforiello .jamie b. Tosh C1 ki fi deborah 'rycz barbara van wagner john m. van m. ve-n+ruglla nor e. frezza denise fronolone '-Q Wah' now, my love? Qlauvgxfx we D TMA Alf UJQAXIZXQ ' eowff 4 X Nr - k MW,,,V1,U ZWMWWV' WU W 'WW ff V fkfifaw XWWWWWKW M4 fo ww? GQM fm debra weinger remy Welling , s+ephen m. welner eric wollnsky only manor behmd bars. XE: margie wood elizabe+l1 woodruff michael yashin ,QP susan young naw How would YOU know? roberf Zanfay ww ,- an 5 u 'VHA 'ff v""' marie zappia ,anne zipser richard zuflachf michael zufler WHO'S WHO , F, N- 1- -mm ,hd Lois Goulef - Secrefa ,415 Mrs. Florence Ma++hews 'Y Tom Cronin - Presidenf YF? Lorene Ripak - Hisforian Mr. Dee Tyson Richard Lowensfeun Vice Presidenf X Ronnie Levine Rosemary DiPie+ro - Salufaiorian Valedidoria n 1 gag Zgglaifi-N X -Q Q if aa . -I' ' .. N ,i,, 'E' ee:-sf" - X -Ailil V.5?',l:g,! 1 ,. 5' i Ah.. re,-rxvfilgg hy , ,Eggs I4 J' lim i- - - five-15 if ' Y vu . ,fff:'e ,' L ' ' Ar .f IN ' .f ' ' ' ' fkfif-f iff L21 Chuck Fischelson and Sue BeuH'enmuiler Mr. John McMullen Magazine Drive Chairmen Social Advisor Take, if will ya? Bob Leimsider and Lynn Goldfarb Prom Chairmen N - Ti' 1, P we! will pass as a flolaf? 1 f .af 'f, ?f4 'la E' N1 "Mon Ami, do III? W , 'VJ WIQWIJIQIIWM I Il call you back Iafer. You mean I cIon'+ ge? To fly Ihe plane? You Idnow I don'+ approve. "I have offe n waIIcecI on I'I1is s+reeI' before." "RigI1+ now?" IIWIIQWI WSF 11 W , A. ,.-, ,. Bibi - H -wr? in 1, ,ix-,Q Q 5 Q 1 V I . 4 . Q V , 14' x M J , A '11- 'V - milf Ha 'S'-. .gp L., 9- H 1 'Q H 5 -U-N G. U sv in ww f 1 ,L Q "1 '1 ' al ' ,, 0 " A' '- Q "' v 'frwf' Aw V. ' W 1 A "' Cu Q' ' . lg 4 . . A tv M ' I . A Q .gg -I . .5 ' .9 'V Q. Q 'Ia ' F K+-Y' N 'Q , , ' - as " 'll I M - K . 5 'L ii pr 4 U , f ,' 1" ' 1 ,V 'i :A .ig '9 5 "9 . . ,, . , 4' 6 I . -Q1 , Rebwspecb '71 SEVENTH GRADE: We arrived aT NorTh, ToTally unprepared Tor The seT oT rules we had To learn Tor This new game. We memorized our locker combinaTions The momenT we goT Them, and spenT long aTT- ernoons aTTer school learning The corridors oT NorTh. BuT we had a guidance counselor, Mrs. MaTThews, and our TirsT social advisor, Mrs. Gallagher, To help ploT our sTraTegy. Judy Eogel and Richie Shonberg danced Their way To TirsT place aT our aTTernoon social while we Tapered our sTraighT dun- garees and sTuTTed our TeeT inTo sweaT socks and Weeiuns To maTch our V-neck sweaTers. We Told our- selves To "cool iT" unTil The nexT Time around The board. EIGHTH GRADE: The dice were Tossed and we moved inTo a new year. We TlaunTed our new sophisTi- caTion and developed a whole new vocabulary To maTch iT. We were Tough and weak simulfaneously, and we swapped "mugs" on our new l.D. cards. Our dances were sTill aTTer school. Ellen OsTer and Jay PronT bugalooed Their way To TirsT prize in The dance conTesT. AT Palisades Park we wore TishneT sTock- ings, go-go boofs. and paisley shirTs, buT Judy GoTlieb was senT home because her skirT was Too mini. Back aT school, we TirsT TasTed whaT developed To be a sTeady dieT oT Dickens, Shakespeare. and Tor- mulas: as science expanded ,To a Tull year. Gene Vinik headed our grade adminisTraTion and PeTer Sayre began his TirsT oT a longline oT Treasury iobs. We were Too sure oT winning To miss our nexT Turn. NINTH GRADE: We were now Too hoT To sTop. Led by PresidenT Richie Shonberg, we braved Typing TesTs and exTemporaneous speeches by hiding beneaTh our growing hair. Wire-rimmed glasses s+ar+ed us oTT To bell-boTToms, clunky shoes, and TurTleneck shirTs, which we wore To endless hi-y Teas. ScoTT Luckow, PeTe Sayre, and Ellen OsTer composed The resT oT The council ThaT had inTroduced our TirsT male hisTorian, Larry Horn. lT was our "Once in a LiTeTime" chance and we grabbed iT - producing a whole new breed oT NorTh l-ligh Thespians. TENTI-l GRADE: We conTinued our winning sTreak in high school - TasTing The apple oT success wiTh our TloaT, "Adam and Eve." The Tickle Tinger oT TaTe was poinTed aT Louise Cuccurullo, who crawled OTT wiTh Arnold and The besT-acTress award Tor our one-acT play. We welcomed Miss Pollack as our new social advisor and decided To sell iewelry To rescue The TalTering economy oT our grade. BuT we sTill Tound Time To concenTraTe on Bio. labs and Theorems as RegenTs became a sTaTe oT mind. "SweeT Io" parTies occupied our weekends. while we danced To The music oT Sly and The Family STone. We Tound we could dig anyThing as long as iT was ouT-a-siTe. ELEVENTH GRADE: By This Time around, we realized ThaT There were oTher spaces To land on. We elecTed Sal STanzione, Erannie Kean, Ed Kerzner, Joanne Alexander and Terry SignoreTTi To lead us in work on The candy sTand and TloaT. Mrs. DeLuca was sworn in as our Third, buT noT Tinal, social advisor. We looked "Through a Glass Darkly" aT Chem. minus sixes, 5 RegenTs, PSAT's, and SAT's as mulTiple4 guess TesTs. YeT. we Tound our heads were inTo new areas, and we moved on Trom WoodsTock summer. The school "came TogeTher" on The Peace Corps ProiecT To build a school in an underprivileged area. We organized a MoraTorium Day To geT our heads TogeTher abouT The war and share our views. WhaT began as a Tlag-pole proTesT, concerning an ambiguous cuTTing-suspension rule, expanded inTo an emo- Tional "rap" in The gym, and Tinally bursT inTo a walk-ouT. We cared abouT each oTher and we showed iT. Zoom in Zufiachfl Ship ahoyi My uncle's in +he'Navy. Y-:mf i'r's The new kind of foofiipasie. H Junior High boys and giris. Sara Lee in disquise! Norfh High's answer 'ro Chubby Checkers. . . . Never The lwain shall meer. 0 'I lf l. , 1 ere r l f v Whaf? My fal'her's in labor? Rebel wi+hou'r a l'lere's your reprieve from The governor. cause. Who wanfs gum? I do, l do! They mus'r have missed This in lhe bomb scare. Dr. Pepper has finally arrived My aparfmenf or yours? Who's Tha? on 'rhe soccer field? Wah, wah Wolinsky Coffee, Tea, or me? The former candyland champs. l 1 . 1 . I . ' li W 27: M' Don'+ worry, Midge, he'll come 'E , 1' w , . i ,Al X. ' Q A,-md i A Q i 5, ., . 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The Board oT EducaTion is composed oT nine ciTizens. each man and 'woman selecTed Trom The Three elemenTary disTricTs. The Board, besides supplying TexTbooks, appoinTing Teachers and dealing wiTh all Tinancial maTTers, makes Tar- reaching decisions concerned wiTh all aspecTs oT school liTe. These decisions are made aTTer con- sulTaTion wiTh all concerned groups 5 adminis- TraTors, Teachers, parenTs and sTudenTs. A Dr. WalTer Sfille, DisTricT Principal ""'3 BOARD OF EDUCATION. CHSD If-il - Seafed fl-rf - James F. Smollen, Jr. lI3l, Arnold Buchsbaum l24l, Vice-presidenT NaThaniel AlTschul l3Ol. PresidenT Edward F. MacLean l24l, Mrs. Elinor McAuliffe l3Ol, Howard M. Holder Tl3l. James R. SmiTh Standing fl- rj - Dominick ViglioTTi lI3l, ATTorney Alfred J. Loew, Sidney Romash l24l, D-r. STille. DisTricT Clerk CaTherine Repp, Business Adminis- Trafor Paul Hellmers, Curriculum CoordinaTor Milton Michener. fNumbers indicafe elemenTary disTricTsD 94 PRINCIPAL ' in-'frm 1, - - "1 -, Y . V ...,,.,..---.A iQ..,...M l,,,.,.,1-1--' ,,,,....,... ,.,....... r--4-'f""" F,-.ings-uns! SJ. i 5 Mr. Charles Wood, Principal Mr. Charles Wood heads ihe adminisiraiion of Norlh l'ligh school. l-lis iob is a difliculi one dealing wiih lhe problems of a junior-senior high school, including budge? and curriculum decisions. Yelr he slrill finds 'rime 'ro confer wi'rh sfudenls in Trying 'ro deiermine Jrhe mood of 'rhe school so 'rhal innovarions can be made. Despife all his responsibililies, his burdens and +he problems he musl face, he s+ill manages To smile. Ml ri I li l ii DM I ATION Relurning To Norlh High lhis year. Mr. Slanley Bergesen brings back a ready smile and warm underslanding of sludenls. His iob of Assislanl Principal enlails supervision ol The building and planning sludenl sched- ules. Dr. Harry lrvine's iob as Curriculum Co- ordinalor al Norlh encompasses all curricu- lar problems. He deals wilh Jreacher orien- lalion and new learning procedures which allempl lo provide beller educalion for all sludenls. Mr. Waller Morris' cheerful voice is lhe lirsl sound lhal greels Norlh High sludenls every morning. Despile The dillicull and 'lime consuming iob ol Adminislralive As- sislanl, he is always on hand lo give advice wilh a warm smile and deal wilh 'rhe sludenl problems wilh a sense ol humor. 'Q-"l.."? .i i J llll y f,NlS,.f1wyllWW,lyil yi L . sb. lsf Row - Mrs. March, Mrs. Riccobono. Mrs. Campbell. Mrs. Zola. Mrs. Cabrera, Mrs. Abboff. 2nd Row - Mrs. Misfreffa, Mrs. Hagmann, Mrs. Ho lingshead, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Levine, ll T 5 Mr. STanley Bergesen, AssisTanT Principal K3 T 1 I Dr. Harry lrvine, Curriculum Co-ordinaTor "Good morning. There will be an im- porTanT French Club meeTing aTTer school, Today. lT is mandaTory ThaT all oTTicers aTTend. The dinner will be dis- cussed . . . "Seniors are reminded oT The grade meeTing To be held TourTh period To- morrow. All seniors are urged To re- porT To school . . ."' "All sTudenTs who wish To remain on The CharioT sTaTT musT aTTend The all- sTaTT meeTing Today in room 24l. All ediTors musT aTTend . . "STudenTs are reminded ThaT The represenTaTives Trom John F. Kennedy College in Wahoo, Nebraska and Slip- pery Rock STaTe College in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania are coming To school Today. ,Any senior, having a sTudy hall or lunch aT l2:2O may meeT wiTh The represenTaTives if he has cleared iT wiTh his guidance counselor "There will be a meeTing oT girls Green 8: Black l'li-Y immediaTely aTTer school Today. ATTendance is mandaTo- ry. The Tund-raising proiecT, ChrisTmas proiecT and elecTion oT oTTicers willbe discussed . . ." "There will be a sevenTh grade coun- cil meeTing Tomorrow aT 3:00. This is your council and your chance To speak up and be heard. Come and be repre- senTed . . ." 'x. II nl, ' in R 5 N 1 v A 5, x , . 4 1 , 5 -.. K 'wx . '- , 5. 1 Miss Eileen Brennan, Pupil Personnel Direc+or -V :fl If X X 5 A! . df ....4V..x.. S Mr. John Miele Mrs. Esllner Merling X 11-P' -JUS.. Mr. William Reilly Miss Marion Vinci Mr. Dee Tyson "LeT's go back To The guesTion, do you know whaT your self "By how you reacT To socieTy, he people you meeT - is iT you haT's reacTing or whaT you Think s really you?" "How do you know iT's even ou?" "WhaT?" "How do you know you're even ou? WhaT makes you Think ThaT you are an individual?" "IT's ThaT quesTion again." "No, I'm serious." "WhaT do you mean? I-Iow do you know ThaT iT's even you? Who else could you be?" "I'm my broTher." CIigh+ IaughTerj "No, I mean maybe you're noT considered. We all Talk abouT seIT: maybe we're noT supposed To be Taken . . . by ourselves - buT, maybe as a group." "Maybe we all have To be TreaTed in reIaTion To a group." "RighTI ThaT's whaT I mean." "Maybe everyThing ThaT we Teel, we Teel TogeTher, regardless oT wheTher we're considered or Taken as a class or individually "BuT ThaT has noThing To do wi+h iT. I'Iow can The enTire group be your self?" E xiii - 5 "Maybe we're so egoTisTic ThaT we Think ThaT we're ourselves, buT we're noT because we reacT To each oTher - and in The reac- Tions, we're all one." fagain, some sporadic IaughTerj "Now, IeT's sTarT a new Topicf' fThe class pauses while a car goes roaring pasT . . . J "I hope ThaT makes you Teel superior." faddressed To The car ThaT iusT zoomed by.j VII! Mr. ArThur DooIiTTIe Mrs. Florence MaTThews our experiences and ideas are valid, we also have much fo gain from fhe pasf experiences and in- gf Nmiiiseniors, we realize fhaf while lk Q? lem is X, MX X sg iq E ...,s, is R 5 GX N3 X U3 fs X sighfs of ofhers. We learn from fhe faculfy, noif only in fhe more sfrucfured afmosphere of a school, buf also as individuals. Lis- fening fo fhem, falking wifh fhem, and reacfing fo fhem, we are bef- fer able fo undersfand one anofh- er. We hope our faculfy secfion reveals fhis regard for our feach- ers as helpful and undersfanding human beings, a parf of our fofal lives. Hlslkvlf "Lef's falk, shall we? We were speaking abouf needs fhaf have be fulfilled . . .Come on Chris! Needs fhaf have fo be fulfilled ei- fher when you become engaged - you have cerfain needs fhaf have fo be fulfilled - or when you become married. "When you gef married, you're geffing married because of emo- fional needs. Now do you recall whaf we spoke abouf?" ffhe class answers by nodding fheir headsl "Okay, fine. l'm nof going fo ask you whaf fhey are righf now, buf when you marry - fhis young man fhaf you finally do marry - you're marrying him fhinking fhaf fhese emofional needs fhaf you have are going fo be fulfilled . . . Happy Birfhday Go a sfuden "Okay, fhese emofionalfn are going fo be fyilled wifhin your marriage. Qan you fell me which emofio al needs which we were discugwg should be ful- filledQfljnnf7" !"T.ove and affecfionf' "Okay, love and affecfion. lf would be greaf - wouldn'f if? - if fhis could be fulfilled wifhin your marriage." "Buf whaf if you married a man fhaf is nof so affecfionafe7 l-le fells you he loves you every once in a while: maybe affer you make a good dinner or somefhing like fhaf." l' eeds ,gs 04 L filjmil 3 0 i.u.lQl liiflk Mr. John Wynne - Mafh Mrs. Anneffe Fisher - Home I Mr. William Coughlin - Physics .. ,- r" V O Ill. . ,T1 Mrs. Sylvia Ponemon - English Miss Elayne l:lSCl'1eF Ain!! Mr. Francis Burke - Arf Business ...I I V I , QQ. 'r Mrs. Sfephanie Lash Physical Educafion ZS. Miss Joan Waclilenlweim 6 Mrs. Myra Schwarfz - Reading Mrs. Consfance Milliken - English Q , i - Language P by l MW J 1: R ,l li i x Mr. Clark Siem - Social Sfudies l i i i' El Ti lffalzdi' A - Mr. Jack Simes - lndusirial Arfs Miss Helen Dowdeswell - Language Kelli? Mr. Thomas McCrol1an - Social Sfudies "BuT whaT if you are overly aTTec- mean iT, They iusT don'T have iT TionaTe and he is noT? Do you Think ThaT a problem arises?" "Yes." ffrom many sTudenTs in The classj "Why? On whose parT would There be . . . ?" "The husband's parT. When she wanTs To have iT reTurned and she isn'T geTTing any . . "Well, aren'T There some boys ThaT you know ThaT are noT eTTer- vescenT. ThaT don'T say, 'l love you, I love you, l love youl' They wiThin Them. ls ThaT a reason . . . you know . . .To be upseT?" "'No, oT course noT." fseveral voices sTarT simulTaneouslyj "One aT a Time." "Like, iT's diTTerenT iusT going ouT wiTh a person. ln a marriage "ln oTher words when you geT married you expecT an ouT- ward show of aTTecTion and love. ThaT would be whaT you would ex- pecT Trom your marriage?" Mr. Frank McNally - Social " Mr. George Gipp - MaTh STudies Chairman lac Mrs, Barbara Wade - Spanish iVlr'. RiCl'1aFCl Judge - lfldI.IS+I'ldl ArTs fi Mr, Gegrge Lenghner - Ma+h Miss CharloTTe Cascio - Mr. Serge Rondinone - Social STudies English TUBE "No, no." "In your marriage you would expecf an oufward show of affec- fion and love? If you wanfed af- fecfion and love, would you ex- pecf ii?" "You know. fhe guy doesn'f have 'ro say 'l love you, I love you, l love you' every five seconds. There are ofher ways of showing if." "You would fhink fhaf he loves by his acfions. Thaf's a very im- porfanf poinf. Beaufiful, iusf beaufifulf' Mrs. Susan Sfine - Language slr' ,,, , iss Esfer Eisenberg - English Mr. Ronald Allison - Mafh ,-. 5' Mr. Thomas Collins - Social Sfudies Mr. Allen Dunlea Chairman "Well I don'f feel fhey're ffhe senior class, very inferesfed in uh pursuing a subiecf course sfricfly for fhe grades. l fhink fhey're inferesfed in working on fheir own, iusf because fhey enioy if rafher fhan sfricfly working for a grade." "Many of fhese sfudenfs are willing fo fake a fopic on fheir own and uh sfudy if: I don'f force fhem, l don'f have fo push fhem. And fhis l find very good." Hklklk Well, if a person keeps his eyes open and wafches felevision and he lisfens fo radio, he will learn fhaf fhere are major discoveries 'roday in genefics, DNA, viruses, ecology: and . .. uh all of fhese fhings, all fhese experimenfs and changes will be happening when he gefs ouf of school - fhis is parf of life. The person who un- dersfands whaf's happening will be fhe beffer cifizen. The person who doesn'f undersfand anyfhing abouf DNA or genefics . . . if he hears if on fhe radio he'll say, 'Oh fhose sfupid scienfisfs. whaf are fhey doing?' buf a person who un- dersfands mighf say, 'well, per- haps if will benefif mankind.' And . . . uh . . . Yes, biology is a very imporfanf parf of one's . . . uh . . . growing up, so fo speak - very imporfanff' "l have here a series oT slides oh maybe Ten or Twelve OT Them . . . ThaT deal wi+h The Tech- nical aspecTs oT arT. l'd like your reacTion To Them. l'll go Through Them quickly because .. . uh . . . you may geT bored. l.eT's see how e'FTecTive They are." fThere is a pause, accompanied by a low mumbling, while The equipmenT is seT upj "Could l please have The lighTs ouT. Uh . . . yeah geT ThaT in back OT The chair." fThe TirsT slide appears on The screen, backwardsj "Good job." "Greg Boremanf' "They oughT To have a mark on These slides." "Yeah. l haTe Them." "IT goes by noTches, iT goes by noTches." "Yeah, iT does, doesn'T iT." fpause, while The slide is rigl1T- edj "Some oT you are Tinding diTTi- culTy . . . Tinding problems in ap- proaching arT because you don'T know anyThing aT all abouT iT. And, l Tound These series oT slides in The library. Uh. . . l wanT To go Through Them quickly and see if you TelT They would have any value Tor sTudenTs in The humani- Ties. Uh . . . This oT course is your color wheel and your color har- monies. The primary colors oT The large Triangle are yellow and blue. And Then The mixed colors ThaT come in various shades. These Two mix TogeTher . . "PreTTy good mix." fnew slide inTroducedj "Um, Larry, would you indicaTe which are The monochromaTic col- ors on ThaT? When we speak oT a monochromaTic scheme which would we reTer To?" fa shorT pausej "Could you iusT go over and poinT Them ouT please?" flaughTerj "You know which They are, irighT?" "Yes." "AlrighT, give us The numbers." "Uh . . "Which would be The mono- chromaTic?" "l'le's colorblind." "Yeah. l'm colorblindf' "You really are?" "WaiT a second. This is inTer- esTingl" "JusT To greens, righT?" "ScoTT, which would be The monochromaTic?" fno answer. Finally The Teacher herself answersj "IT you look on The righT side you see The colors. Going down The righT hand They are l, 3.2, 3, I, going Trom red To yellow." W. Mr. Phillip Fayen - lndusTrial ArTs illlf-J ' 22- X lvlr. James Scruggs - Reading 'xm Mr. Bernard ArTzT MaTh - STudenT AcTiviTies kr - if g ' simfrm- ':""""' Mr. Roberl Popper - Science Mr. Ronald Lackmann - Speech- Miss Jane Cass - English ,l Mrs. Shirley Siegel - Language Mrs. Lois LeneH - English Mr. William Fursl - Permanenl Sub pg? fe E l Mrs. Selma Gold - Ma'l'h fon leavei Mr. Raymond Pallerson - Science I ii Mrs. Calherine Nicolaenko - i lil Ila M usic A6 14:-15. QB S Mr. William Richards - Mrs. Eileen Chomialc - Miss Ada Palrlerson - English English Chairman Reading 5 06 "The music represenTaTion oT This year's senior class proiecTs considerable creaTiviTy and iniTia- Tive. They accenT responsibiliTies oT leadership and provide a sTa- bilizing inTluence on The younger and less experienced members oT our musical organizaTions. Through Their eTTorTs and example They help To creaTe an aTmo- sphere conclusive To a high cali- bre oT musical perTormance. The process oT living and The process oT adjusTing To The many pressures oT modern civilizaTion are boTh conTinuous. Learning To live wiTh people, To work and play wiTh Them, is a TundamenTal re- quiremenT Tor a happy and suc- cessTul adjusTmenT To The social and economic pressures oT liTe. Learning can be carried ouT in such a way ThaT The process iTselT is pleasanT, buT wheTher pleasanT or unpleasanT. The acquired habiTs and aTTiTudes become a Tunda- menTal parT oT The personaliTy oT The learner. Musical acTiviTies do provide channels Through which pleasanT learning oT The essenTials oT social relaTionships can Take place. The relaTionships oT music To liTe cannoT be measured in Terms oT pracTicaliTy alone: iTs values are also subiecTive and play a subTle parT in inTluencing behavior." Mr. Alan Garod - HealTh .Taj E-alll . .... i,, 1, S-I W STudies -isllsllrlll Tl: mi, 11 ...- T Mrs. CaTherine McCourT - Home Economics "Well l guess every Teacher Thinks ThaT his or her subiecT is ei- Ther The mosT imporTanT or as im- porTanT as any oTher." "The way l look aT kids Today: The problems They have, The drug problem Tor insTance, oTher social problems, uncerTainTy abouT Their TuTure as Tar as The inTernaTional siTuaTion is concerned, buT parTic- ularly abouT Their drug problem - which occupied so much oT our discussions lasT year. The more l Think abouT iT The more l'm con- vinced ThaT Phys. Ed. and aThleTics can make a major, ET noT The major, conTribuTion Toward solv- ing These problems - cerTainly .iw - new-'- - ,. Ti X' 1 ' . .L uk ,I . ,U ,----11 5 " gxlgrg' I H9--E F-1'1"" N Miss Joan Murphy - MaTh on an individual basis. A kid ThaT's playing ball, who's in shape and is in Training, whose Time is occu- pied, is probably noT eiTher indul- ging in drugs or hanging around wiTh groups ThaT do This Type oT Thing." "As Tar as Driver's Ed is con- cerned, iT is probably The only subiecT in which The curriculum is really a maTTer oT life and deaTh - and l Think ThaT more or less speaks Tor iTselT. l know many peo- ple who perhaps consider Driver's Ed. and Phys. Ed. To be minor subiecTs. BuT in Terms oT The overall picTure, The overall climaTe oT The communiTy, l Think ThaT Mayermk - Mrs. Margery desGroseiIIiers - Social Sfudinq --i I , ., -, -' - V ii 1 I 's A perhaps Driver Ed. and Physical Ed. are Two oT The mosT major subiecTs." "A senior isn'T going To go very Tar in liTe wiThouT a degree oT physical TiTness, and a sTudenT isn'T going To go very Tar - no- body's going To go very Tar -in suburban liTe Today if he or she cannoT handle Themselves on The road." flfvkvk "I only remember The senior class as oT Two years ago when I had many ol Them in World l-lis- Tory." "I Think I noTiced This was The beginning oT whaT I TelT was' The ii I . ,rl Y c -fl I 1- Miss Rona Kalin - English Miss Eleanor Lehman - Language Chairman Mr. Richard LupoleTTi - Library Mrs. Maxine DeLuca - HeaITh l -4 Mrs. DoroThy Nimmich - Nurse separaTion ThaT sTarTed To exisT as Time wenT on, beTween The sTu- denTs and The Teacher. in my own parTicular classes. BeTore ThaT, ei- Ther iT did noT exisT or I was una- ware oT iT. BuT uh Two years ago I sTarTed To become very much aware ThaT,much ol whaT I was saying eiTher was noT accepTed or simply was noT lis- Tened To." "To undersTand Sell. righT now, you musT undersTand your back- ground - The Things around you - and also Their hisTory. For in- sTance, going on righT now is a very, very imporTanT move Tor equaliTy. Women's Lib is maybe a small TaceT oT iT, civil righTs is an- 541 L. Mr. Leo Disend - Science 'IO7 08 oTher, The sTudenT revoluTion is anoTherg and These may be a True searching Tor equaliTy." "BUT To undersTand This move- menT in iTs conTexT, we have To un- dersTand ThaT oTher TighTs Tor equaliTy were someTimes sloppily done, done wiTh violence. some- Times wiTh The goals a liTTle biT conTused, buT They were accom- plishedf' "Maybe whaT's happening isn'T all bad. lT migh+ have a real, real purpose and maybe The less aT- TracTive parTs oT iT will disappear and The TruTh, or The real nub oT The search Tor equaliTy, will sTarT To come ouT." "l Think This is whaT's happening now and To undersTand This you should know hisTory." "As l had . . QA blaring meTallic like ,femi- nine voice Trom The loudspeakerj "Harold Highschool, please come down To The main oTTice. Thank you." "l don'T Think They lThe sTu- denTsT buy iT on The whole. Today, people wanT Their relevance served up like insTanT coTTee." lkfklk "Our purpose in Teaching you a language is To give you a li++Ie biT oT Tolerance Tor oTher ways oT doing Things. We Try, oT course, To Teach communicaTion. This is our goal, To Try To have a liTTle conversaTion wiTh The naTive speaker." "IT is nice To relaTe everyThing To liTe buT some Things do noT re- laTe righT now buT will in The Tu- Ture. EveryThing can'T be righT now. Some Things have To be done Tor The TuTure." Mr. Frank Collins - Business Mr. Warren STeeIe - English .',.n 'gy Mrs. Enid Freeman - Science Mr. Harvey Brody - Audio-Visual X , Mr. Carl Bani - Ma+h - Mr- Sheppard Somers - ATT Q Q , , rv, e 4. 5,-. wifi - , , Mrs. Lenore Zelclow - English Mrs. Bellina Silverman - Ari Chairman 4 wwe-,Q l - 1 l l l 1 X f Ii 2 fi E Mr. Sherman Pohl - Physical Educa+ion Chairman l v.v.f ' H-pQ"" l L' ,i,.r 'S 9 5' Miss Sheila Schoor - Arl' Mrs. Elinor Enfelis - Mr. John Blaney - Miss Maureen Laflerly - Chemis+ry Ma+h Mafh 109 i lil 0 zz' cl l Mr. Bernard Mann - Science Mrs. Carol Soloway - English . 5 2 I lu Mrs. Jean Kalz - Business A Mr. Joh I . , 9 5 as Qx 14" H Mr. Ralph Jansson - Mr. Roberl Monck - Social Sfudies Physical Educafion -fi. Mr. Paul Rosenberg - Physical Educa+ion Ja Ill M r. Joh-n Mr. Roberf Burns - Physical Educa+ion Mrs. Louise Scanlon - Ma+h Mr. Tasos Yacalis - PsychologisT Miss BeaTrice L. CoTTone - Language Mrs. Norma Klayman - Language wx' , XX I Mr. RoberT Driscoll- MaTh l We ri Ml "l'm going To Talk TasT so geT your ears Tuned. 25mls oT a gas are collecTed by waTer displace- menT in a Tube. The waTer level in- side The Tube is 6.8mm below The level oT The waTer ouTside. Baro- meTric pressure is 770mm . . . TemperaTure is 20 C. CalculaTe The volume oT The dry gas aT 700mm and 50 C. Jake is going To Try his hand aT iT up aT The board." "I cannoT do iT." "AT leasT Till in Pl. P2, TI, T2, VI, V21 righT?" fgoes up To The board, sTudenTs do.problem on Their ownj "CalculaTe The volume oT The dry gas under The new condiTions. Dry gas . . ." Qagain class Talks amongsT Themselves and Try To calculaTe answerj "Could you explain some- Thing?" "Yes." "The signiTicance oT dividing by I3.6, isn'T ThaT when you iusT have mercury in waTer?" fsTuclenTs chime in To answerj "All righT, people. You have a baromeTric reading . . . righT? ouTside. Now, how are you going To geT inside ThaT eudiome- Ter Tube and measure The pres- sure fno answerj "You can'T you have To measure iT indirecTly. ln oTher words you have an ouTside pres- ?ll sure and Trom ThaT you can de- duce The inside pressure. IT The level inside and ouT were exacTly The same, whaT conclusion could you draw?" "The pressure's The same." "The pressure's The same okay. BuT The pressure inside is lower. ThereTore whaT conclusion ll Q.. "You said The waTer level is lower?" "The waTer level is lower on The inside oT The Tube Than iT is ouT- side." "The pressure's greaTer." "All righT, so whaT conclusion can I . . - The pressure's greaTer." "On whaT?" The inside." On The Trapped air." "Yeah, righT." "BuT how much greaTer is your problem. l-low will you measure ouTside pressure - how will you Tind iT?" Qsporadic Talkingj "I-low are you going To equaTe millimeTers oT waTer wiTh millimeT- ers oT mercury?" "Divide by i3.s." "For every drop oT waTer, a drop oT mercury is I3.6 Times heavier. So if you have enough pressure To push up . . . To push down on waTer 6.8mm you 'have To equaTe This To how much pres- sure . . ." If Il O mljsigvll bw, X of uwiii T nykxh WWW 1, , my " milf Wi! Miss Rachelle Leichf - Speech Mr. Paul Marino - English M l T oi l M VM 112 lvlr. Donald Fleming - lndusTrial ArTs Chairman "Philosophically, whaT one learns Through reading helps one To undersTand liTe beTTer. English also provides us wiTh some basic skills in wriTing. These are some oT The mosT imporTanT aspecTs oT The English curriculum." "I don'T Think The general Tone OT This year's senior class is ThaT much diTTerenT Than The senior classes oT The pasT. There has been a gradual change. l Think ThaT . . .uh . . .This year's class is more inTeresTed in becoming in- volved in The various aspecTs of school life. including acTual orga- nizaTion of curriculum." -Z-.0-W V--A.---. V T fi' lvlrs. Rose Welch Mr. Harold Schein - Mr. Philip Banks - Social Music STudies P1-,,.4-' ,,-- "l 's ,Z I lie -.,, -5 l W ' -- 5 Lf i , . v -g - ,ge , .UA y , y , ' "" 'F 1 Mrs. Joan Brady - Home Mr. John Malnosky - Library Economics Chairman Mr. VicTor Fischer - MaTI1 Mr. Charles Erreger Social "ThaT's a preTTy easy quesTion To answer because uh, IeT's see. IT's IndusTriaI ArTs and how Things are made in indusTry. Uh ...and uh The subiecT maTeriaI has been designed specifically deal- ing wiTh indusTry. And if you Think OT any sTudenT going ouT To work aTTer school There are very Tew ouTIeTs he can go inTo oTher Than working in indusTry. For example, I am Teaching speciTicaI- Iy me+aI shop in which almosT every area would require employ- menT in indusTry." "IT you're asking me speciTical- ly whaT I'm doing in my class Then ThaT's one Thing. BuT in Terms oT my Teelings abouT public schools, I Think we're geTTing inTo some- Thing diTTiculT, you know, Trying To help somebody be a beTTer per- son. I'm a policeman in TronT oT a class and ThaT's my iob. And I'm going To Teach someone how To become a beTTer person? Nah, some people n'iay noT Think ThaT Tim a good person To begin wiTh, so how can I Teach Them?" STudies "Well, I don'T know Too many oT The seniors, as Tar as Teaching Them. I do. have a Tew seniors in my classes. BuT I don'T know, I Think sTudenTs are sTudenTs. I've heard This many Times uh, This sev- enTh grade class or This TweITTh grade class is really a bad class This year. I don'T know whaT ThaT means. I really don'T." Hkvkfk "One may approach arT Trom The somewhaT eIemenTary level of naTural represenTaTion or The more probing venTures inTo The recess oT human consciousness. ArT may also serve as a vehicle oT expression Tor The ThoughT sTruc- Tures oT man on The social, reli- gious, poIiTicaI and reIaTed levels or iT may open up new dimensions oT realizaTion wherein The arTisT, dealing wiTh The pure disassociaT- ed ,elemenTs oT plasTiciTy, echoes a pale reTIecTion oT a universal creaTive in+eIIigence underlying The whole cosmic Tabricf' sr' v-- ..4. . ,A. b-wp.,5LU7' igalwsnnum l .. Pl I' I. i F '1 -lu 1 'BN ,dug . UL' 7 H ' 3 gnggamwisr if V -swejmwwi 'Hn A . ' "" ' : A f V ., mi""w'm"w . 'L f f ii ' V Y iff: : . ' .4 QE. . A A' Mr. Joseph Shannon - Modified Educafion Mrs. Anne Murphy - Science Mrs Ca+herlne Zankowuch Music 1' Mr. Burion Goldfeld - E is f '1 ' iii. W , V ,I Q - ' S, of my vs- ' ij- E .w , Y mf I. L H t 1. II- W R: :Isl A l !'Sf'f , X f" S fi , ,CVM .. ' ,, y , Af , N, A .fy 'I' . 'I --ix . T -xx. L Q Miss Mary Graham Smifh - MVS- Barbara YOUUQ - English Chairman Soda' S'fUdi9S BOCES "Taken on The surTace, BOCES is prob- ably a Tremendous program. IT cer+ainly oTTers youngsTers, who would be classi- Tied as "Terminal sTudenTs" because They are Turned oTT by The everyday drudgery oT academic work Trom which They see no TuTure, new visTas and new careers, and in many cases has helped when They had To come back To Take The academic courses. BuT iT also, Tromg Talking To many youngsTers, has helped Them, or aT leasT pushed Them in The direcTion oT going on Tor Their educaTion. They Tinally Tound a Tield oT educaTion in which They can excel. All youngsTers, in spiTe oT The TronT ThaT They puT up, wanT To excel in some- Thing. even Though They knock school. NineTy-nine percenT oT The youngsTers wanT To do Tairly well'in iT. WhaT has Turned oTT many oT The youngsTers - I mean if They've haTed Trom The TirsT grade To The TenTh grade - ThaT They obviously geT Turned oTT by an educaTional insTiTuTion. BuT now BOCES is oTTering These youngsTers someThing ThaT is relevanT To Them - of Tremendous inTeresT - currenTl IT doesn'T sTop There, iT goes on To open Their eyes To oTher meanings oT educa- Tion. They Tind ouT +ha+ school isn'T as all a drudge as They Think iT is. However, I Think The overall BOCES program has done quiTe well by The youngsTers. And mosT of The youngsTers I have Talked To, aside Trom This objecTion To being "bounced" around, seem To Teel ThaT iT is a worThwhiIe program." 117 nv , j?.,2U'.,'f V gn LU' ii if 'ii 1 lihimsn 1, .. vaqqxgirll i gust COSMETOLOGY l T i vigil ' T W gi , ,,' as-qi 9' Hn., 'ig T .. in - ai-rf 1' vp if- ' . F w .--l--,i y . . J i A-1 l 4 ' if W T' afar' sf J! f -5 , X -.X "ve L -?"'-' Q AX H T it pi,- A disciple oT Madge. ". . . Academically speaking, l Te ThaT This class loT '7ll is a good one. Bi cause iT is The TirsT class l've waTche Trom sevenTh grade Through graduaTioi l know some oT The seniors quiTe well an hold a special place Tor Them. They're ir volved wiTh The world around Them an working Tor The 'beTTermenT oT NorT High. As a Ma+h Teacher my responsibiliTy relafing maThemaTics To my sTudenTs s They may undersTand, noT jusT mechan cally solve problems. ATTer school I ge involved wiTh my sTudenTs wiTh maTTer noT relevanT To maTh. WheTher iT is Tall ing abouT KenT STaTe, wallcouTs, or jus having valuable exchanges oT ideas, l Tee ThaT This is a way To occupy aTTerschoc Time Tor non-maThemaTical discussion raTher Than during class Time.VClass prc cedures are someTimes resTricTing and ir hibiTing because oT The RegenTs. l'm no dummy! Hiif Uni m1AvS Mr. Richard TarTer - Biology Mr. KenneTh Menrad - Music Miss ,.Naqle mf Mr. Joseph Brogan - ChemlsTry EclucaTion -1""L 4 T r. VincenT Guadagno - Modified EducaTion MVS' Flofafm Gfeenbeffi -' Physical Educaiiion Ss. "The mosT imporTanT parT of Teaching American l-lisTory is ThaT iT is a vehicle by which a sTudenT can explore, invesTigaTe, quesTion and inTerpreT ideas, evenTs and concepTs in order To beTTer un- dersTand himselT in relaTion To his conTemporary world. We as human beings need To be more sensiTive and knowledgeable if we are To be able To consTrucTively deal wiTh The problems ThaT deny many The qualiTy oT liTe which we have The poTenTial To provide. The process oT learning, l Think, needs To emphasize The individu- al's inTeresTs and needs as a human being as well as provide The opporTuniTy, encouragemenT, TrusT and skills needed Tor aT- TempTs aT independenT research involving The person in a process oT selT-discovery and deTiniTion. The more a sTudenT honesTly in- volves himselT in his exploraTion of ideas and concepTs and people. The greaTer will be The impacT OT his learning experience." "The Class oT '7I is diTTerenT - somehow more independenT, indi- vidualisTic, noT so ready To TIT inTo The old molds yeT noT always very ready To TiT inTo new rules oT re- sponsibiliTy and selT-discipline. When I Think oT you now,.I Think of some special individuals who are warm and alive and who I will remember very Tondly." fklkvk "ArT is an expressive involve- menT using The plasTic elemenTs of line, shape. surTace, color and form. lTs TascinaTion is ThaT iT pro- duces The possible rewards oi search, insighT and communica- Tion beyond The individual while aT The same Time allowing The arT- isT To TuncTion on a level of deep personal saTisTacTion." "ArT has and will conTinue To span The enTire scope oT human exisTence." rrngf TEACHER AIDES if I Wlif CAFETERIA STAFF Slanding - Mrs. Anne Hubler. Mrs. Pa+ Evans. Mrs. Joan Smifh Slfhng Mrs. Dolores Doolan, Mrs. Rose Vaccaro, Mrs. Anfoineffe Caropolo '. ' 5:3 ' SiHing - Mrs. Rose Magalhaes, Mrs. Anglian Trezza, Mrs. Chrisfine Cosfannni, Mrs. Augus- fa Gerardi, Mrs. Margeref Gruber. Sfanding - Mrs. Mary Viggiano, Mrs. Eleane Adamo, Mrs. Eleanor Bradley. Mrs. Grace Seidly. Mrs. Elizibefh Kellerher, Mrs. Elsie Misrurini, Mrs. Belly Sfein. Mrs. Helen Wai+e. Mrs. Connie SoH'ile. wg .-f - , in i . I T' CUSTODIANS v-1i..gA.1fv.':, M V ' dkllhvf . .I-,Qi L.- "I Teel - perhaps l am conceiTed - ThaT I have a very good relaTion- hip wiTh my sTudenTs, I've always TelT ThaT way. I don'T Think oT Them as usT pupils and sTudenTs, I really Try To Think oT Them as people, and I Try o consider Them as individuals. Maybe ThaT's why we geT along so well. here is an occasional excepTion buT ThaT's To be expecTed. . . . I Think Tha+ many sTudenTs, even Those planning on college careers. ould beneTiT Trom many oT The business courses - primarily bookkeep- ng, business law. They'd make well rounded ciTizens if They had a liTTle iT more knowledge oT whaT was going on in The world, oTher Than iusT he academic background. I blame iT parTly on parenTs. I Think many parenTs Teel ThaT Their chil- ren musT go To college. And . . . uh . . .many children are going To col- ege who would really beneTiT more Trom a business Type program. Some T The so called "college bound" should Take . . . uh . . . business elec- A ives. Everyone can beneTiT Trom a course in Business Law. Everyone can ben- I - eTiT Trom a course in Bookkeeping, even if you only use iT Tor home use." Mr. Brogan adiusTs his new Toupee Aaah . . . Shopping spree! We know whaT's on your mind. A love lefi-er for me! 1. Then said a Teacher, Speak To us oT Teaching. And he said: No man can reveal To you aughT buT ThaT which al- ready lies halT asleep in The dawning oT your knowl- edge. The Teacher who walks in The shadow oT The Temple, among his Tollowers, gives noT oT his wisdom, buf raTher oT his TaiTh and his lovingness. If he is indeed wise he does noT bid you enTer The house oT his wisdom, buT raTher leads you To The Threshold of your own mind. The asTronomer may speak To you oT his under- sTanding oT space, bu+ he cannoT give you his under- sTanding. The musician may sing To you oT The rhyThm which is in all space, buT he cannoT give you The ear which arresTs The rhyThm nor The voice ThaT echoes iT. And he who is versed in The science oT numbers can Tell oT The regions oT wdighT and measure, buT he can- noT conducT you ThiTher. For The vision oT one man lends noT iTs wings To an- oTher man. And even as each one oT you sTands alone in Gods knowledge, so musT each one oT you be alone in his knowledge of God and in his undersTanding oT The earTh. 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T i 'Q X ix 1 '-,sk . n headache number x X - an. ., Mrs. Anne Murphy ' .. v swf? Iltf A nf' jvyll 'A l' is 1 -1 fl 1 I i l . 4 lf' dv J EIGHTH GRADE Afler Two banners, including Jrhis year's Jrheme Freedom, you can'+ wail +o compere wi+h Jrhe ofher grades in The iloal parade nexl year. Presidenf Lenny Belvedere and social advisor, Mrs. Murphy, preside over your grade council meelings in room 225, where you plan your annual social and olher acrivilies. Wirh lhe passing of a year, you gain se- niorify over The sevenlh grade and your Jrwo year orienlafion +o Junior High is complele. Sealed - Wendy Joachim, Rosemary Brossen. Sfanding - David Goldfarb, Lenny Belvedere, Pefer Morgensfern. C7 4? nu.x..nl0 raqpganuvf Tiff . 2 f 42 .... A .., E A 2 .e gg F -:I , -1' iiiiilfiizzci.-.aweii 26 NINTH GRADE You're in nin'rh grade now . . . bu+ you siill don'+ know if you're junior high or senior high. You keep af- Tenciing iunior high concerfs buf your courses begin 'rhe senior high sequences and you fake your very 1Cirs+ Regenis. Led by Presideni Beisy Luckow you learn io speak ex+emporaneously while Typing your way 'ro success. 1- 'L 'A ' ,'i"w'f,- il ii" Innocence is bliss. Si'Hing - Pennie Lublin. Andrea Rubin. Sfanding - Befsy ing, Howard Weizman, Mrs. Susan Sfine. Luckow, Mike r . vi 7. 3. A. --R 4. 'UE-3 TENTH GRADE Time is on your side. as you prove fo us by your lirsl' place liloal. Buf you haven'+ wasfed any of il. When you found yourselves in a pickle aboul money - you sold Jrhem everyday during lunch. Next you specialized in soda and a gorilla called King Kong. Bur you'll soon discover +ha+ while coke is +he real lhingq lhings go beller for The elevenlh graders wi'rh candy from The Junior slancl. Huff in 'vi fo wall: off wifh 'rhe frophy. in a 'rime for peace. Hhs , .P 'fftlsa , ' .. W' s , 4 Qt 7 ELEVENTH GRADE Under The leadership oT PresidenT Bill Spiewak, The Juniors sTrove Tor- ward To make This year successTul, es- pecially in Tinancial maTTers. The suc- cess was due To The candy sTand under co-chairman Rich Messing, Sherri Frank, and Robin Berger, and The sell- ing oT doughnuTs every morning be- Tore homeroom. The colorTul TloaT "PeanuTs" sTarring AnneTTe Surace and Kenny Lippe didn'T place in The TloaT parade, buT everyone had Tun building ii. The grade was divided beTween Three guidance counselors, Mr. Miele, Mr. Tyson and Mrs. Merling, who helped The Juniors Through academic problems and prepared Them Tor The problems oT college in The year ahead. I lTh GRADE COUNCIL Si'H'ing - Billy Spiewak, PresidenT: Paul Markowih, Treasurer - Wendy WhiTe, ArTie Nixon, Debbie BaxTer, Ilene Ackerman. isffi T' Mrs. Margie Des Groseillers , ""' 'T' P -V ,Q ,JT l T - -,c ,lim-. ,I ,usd J , .e 1 X ii-D , ,K 1. ,B- f 'l T. ,,.L f5X . y' 1-ff, . is i D. T T ' we if 1 P 1 . ' i s . - Now ThaT l've goT The L and S, how do you make The D? Fellini Safiricon I 1 - x 1 ,. ! V, f M wh 1, -f A :- ,fl i . 1 r 1 1 K v 1 Bravo! 9 STUDENT COUNCIL Jeanne Arms+rong, Secreiary Gene Vinik, Presideni' Pefer Sayre, Treasurer i r pg 0 N Debbie Kearney Husforlan r. Bernard Arfzf, Sfudenf Acfivifies Advisor .ss-Y Ronald Levine, Vice Presiden+ INVOLVEMENT Flexible Sfrengfhl 1- K' Ti w l've go+ +he freshes+ mouih in Robin Hood and Friar Tuck. +own. Ooh fha? s Hof! ,.-.- K. ...L. mf.- X... . ,.. ,...x-,.b---73.-.-, ,J ,f,,JpIJv '. W Mei QUWQELK My M jj.Q.f49, K J I ? fx f'O'QMij""fw W Ailfifxdo OQNQ gf' QI ,-gU'9'D'1i0lj!l9u I A 'J Cpjfwfj Mi VN 'QMS'-A Fi A 4 .,.' aff' LIBRARY AIDES FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA LIBRARY AIDES L fo R - Chris Manos. John Wiegand, Belly Karminslcy, Sponsor Richard L1 Ron Slack. Sieve Bedney, Carol Zaglool, Brian Brinker. -lf-:gf FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERlCA SiH'ing - Helayne Camera, Sheryl Puchalslcy, Camille Lombar Donna Shannahan. Arlene Bellanionio. Sianding - Cafhy lvlalzone. Pa'r+y Goldberg. Ellen Rofh, Denisi McGary, Befh Fuerersfein, Robin Weiner, Sponsor Vincen+ Guaclagno, Donna lzzo, Nancy Marino, Daw Calenzo, Jean Buclcheil, Mary McGloine. SAFT L 'lo R - Michael Ossip, Greg Borman, Keilh Meyer, Roberf Lee, Richard Kopecky. 557 ! ? .FIG XiKA KV f I .-L, A if , His... " A . 6.0. STORE L fo R - Sponsor Frank Collins, Leslie Baron. Nick Dauber. S.A.F.T. Slaiislical Analysls Fooiball Team is beller known as SAFT. These six boys wander up and down The sidelines during all The foofball games picking up iackles, yardage and passes. Slals posled on lhe cafeleria wall are broughlr To you by SAFT. G. O. STORE U ll f U, GUITAR CLUB GUITAR CLUB Sealed - Maria Cerell, Denise Kauff. Debbie Cohen, Nancy Goldberg, Fran ' ' , ' ' . - ', , u+hZ Linda Levine Linda Llchfman 2nd Row Sharon Brodwm Susan Puder llene Macldock, R Fishelberg, Joanne Vigliolli, Roberla Fox. 3rd Row - Carol Taliana. Roberf Wallach, Amy Zweig. lbis Alverez, Maryanne Rhode, Harold Fass, Par DeRosa, Rosie Brosnan. Mr. Schein, Bonnie Sheryl Horowifz. ' ufler DANCE BAND will A A ' X ' f B0lWlwf" WVU ifelllla fflffl I36 1, ,yy l, I ' , -,X-T - X X , -'li -gfl - l L K W ,... ..,. ?nY W me-1, 5 az L H Q35 DANCE BAND Si'H'ing - Angelo DiSan+i, Richard Silverman, Neil Maks+ein, Sco++ Luckow, Charles Jane Chimerane, John Ballow. Sfanding - Sleve Cohen, Danny Brody, Diane Afhanas, Wendy Whife Caldwell. Paul Wagner, Meredifh Balmer, Chuch Caldwell. Cafhy LiH'erulle Kim Krebs Nancy Slone 2nd Row Liz Kean Arlene Bellanfonlo Sharon Klein Wendy Joachim, Anna Mayer. Chris Erlkson, Advisor - Mrs. Lash. I .4 ln.. lla- ' " WIRLING CLUB Isl' Row QL - RJ - Michelle Minio, MaryAnn O'Brien, Vicky Priesfon, Diane Smirh, Lau- ie Denfon, 2nd Row - Amy Lucido, Tamie Erilscheck. 3rd Row - Calhy Malzone, Debbie Jarvis, Nancy ,S1'one, Gail Wal+er, Peggy Calciendo, Linda Levine, Audrey Bader. 4+i1 Row -- Carolyn Marcheffi, Nancy Bowler. Lenora Pucucci, Judy Blank, Donna Frazier. Anne Noro, Nancy Goldberg. TRAINING Sealed - Calhy Hoesch, Carol Taliano. Rosemary Brosnan, Ca+hy Lucienfe, Vicki Sulfan. Amy Wollman, Margie Grossman, Sfeffie Smilh, Bcxnie Kursavlfe, Joanne ViglioH'i,lS+effie Sco'H'i: I N - S - . . . . . . orace. 3rd Row Elisa Forest Jane Smlfh, Cindy Maksfem, Evelyn Kalbflensch, Wendy While, Rohde, Sue Bufferman, Carol Borresson, Ellen Hershey, Lisa Bloom. Sheri Zweig. Sfanding - Denise Linda Wafers, Leslie Sfone, Carla Landsman, Lisa Spencer, Marianne Covello. Audrey Bader, Fran TWIRLING CLUB xi VARSITY CLUB SKI CLUB Q5 -say.. "2?""I. T.. - VARSITY CLUB Is+Row-AndySI1ee , R' Iw' S Iw In N 'IM I: ' C ' ' Ier, Arfie Fischeffi, Marc Kerner, Tom CE-ronIicr1.u'I'orT1 Erl.IIIDB?1'd Sow isgigllch Ijxfgigghegssnnrgycharlle MU SZSIJSSZZZLIKSJE Cg53'r!Jr::Z:g.Bob Sands, Bob FinocI1oIi. Rich Basirico, Ed Kerzner, Pefer Sayre. 3rd Row . 016 .Ca 9 O ap, ,ca 9f.OQ , . 4 QG. G 99. 0 .03 .of o-nog-o Xgf J I '2EfS .- SKI CLUB ISI Row - Rober+ Foreman, Donald Reisfield. Joanne KarIin, Judy Goflieb, Paul IvIagcIaIin, Leslie EdrIcI'1. 2nd Row - Sponsor Jack Simes. Bob Nicolich, Michael SveII'uIIcI1ny, Kenny KapIowi'rz, Henry Kelsfon, Diane CoIeIIo, AngeIo DiGIovanni, Karen IsbIs+er. Randy Zimmerman, Sfeven Morgensfern. 3rd Row - Andy GOICI. Gary Kafz, Joe NIcoIIcI'1. Danny Levine. Jay AII'man, Denise Miller. Pam' I-Iagen. Lynn Goldfarb. Lorraine Puder, Greg Borman. Hing - Daniel Torosian, Daniel Theodore, Brian Brinker, Alan Kafz. Jeff Weizman, Carla Schlissel, Ira ould, Ricky Berger. Sfancling - Burlon Schnimmer, Gordon l'lei'ri, Michael Messing, Roberl Sass, Howard eizman, Jon Weber. James Torosian. Frank Richardson, Mr. Carl Bo++i. .Ja-1'- - Bob Brisken, Ivan Mallz. Howie Samuels. Slanding - Mr. George Lenchner, Mark Cohen, Larry Sieve Curfiss, John Borruso, Doug Ferguson, Roy Demeo. JUNIOR MATHLETES SENIOR MATHLETES 13 9 FRENCH CLUB Is'l' Row - Mrs. Beafrice Coffone, Remy Welling. 2nd Row - Paula Sacks, Amy Debbie Schneider, Diane Colello, Lynn Goldfarb. Pele Sayre, Judy Goflieb. FRENCH CLUB K, 0 40 SPANISH CLUB fl A C? SPANISH CLUB SiH'ing - Par Micl-uaelson. Sena Messer, Linda Greenbaum. Sfanding - Leslie Meyers Boruso, Miriam Landsman, Emily Silverman. Naiom Bosgang, Marsha Baird. Nina Kim. Bob Brislcen, Beyrufher, Mark Richards, Susan Wagner, Miss Eleanor Lehman. S I HONOR SOCIETY Siffing -- Ka+l1y Reidl. Caflwy Tabucchi, Jean Voskovifch. Barbara Van Wag- 'Ianding - Sponsor Elayne Fischer, Presidem' Lisa Cipriano. Cafhy Hoelmlein, Diane Bizelia, Bernadeffe han, Trudy Sauer. -IL, F uf HONOR SOCIETY Isf Row - Mr. Francis Burke, Jackie Wiegler, Amy Weifzman. Ellen Osfer, Jamie Mrs. Be'r'rina Silverman, Kafhy Farley. 2nd Row - Debbie Bax+er, PaH'i Lang, Pal' Klein. Debbie Lauren Brown. BUSINESS HONOR SOCIETY ART HONOR SOCIETY I4I 42 CONCERN Siffing - Fllen Rofh, Sherri Zweig. Annie Zipser. 2nd Row - Robin Weiner, Jill Sclwwarfz Lauren Fox Koch, Lisa Turk. Calherine Lucenfe. Slanding - Pallie Goldberg, Lincla Greenbaum Karen Fein Braun, Diane Allwanas, Mike Ossip. Milne Kurland, Mr. lvlayerriiclc sponsor. -rx A.V. SQUAD JN F 1 xH' V " "2-1 wa...-Q.. T hun... 5 ..,9..,q A .,...-q - ,. . . ,1i..,u..- .4 A J' 1----:!f'f"1,, -If ' J-A I- ...fl HA -,. wi., 5.94 f.,. I ,,.,...,, ... .--- --f..-,--- ' tm-k. " " ' - --,-- ........,'1ngf ..-.... ..,-. ,.4,, 4.-4-nib ,,,.. A-'W b --,,,-,,,.,' ...E -A ,..- V gg- -OV-. ,- N RAT M, ,....v.... E D . , , .. .-.Nm ,JE . 1t:,.,,.-, W, 1'-M """' A -fvf' "' -QW. 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' " ' 1 " v',:"f' 19 U 'za -nv , w "'f,.- "L, . , f .Ji-'J " ' 'V ' ' "' MQW' " q 'rjiiw 4 - ' X X, mi 'vm .1 Q, 4' Q- -dfmgniw-v-E -..-...,1,,-4- , -.. .' ..- . an .,,. S... , Q. - ' .. .- ., -ua.. page .. .M ,.. .,.1----P Y' , ,,,, SPARTAN CHEERLEADERS it !! 1 If 'i ri . H f 'izfi' " fi" 'Y il 2 N , I. We're ou+ +o win so ie+'s begin l by giving a cheer Ni our Jream will hear S-P-A-R-T-A-N Spartans fighfl J.V. CHEERLEADERS Is+ Row- Cindy Maksfein. Barbara S+ra+ico. Jane Smifh. 2nd Row - Joanne L 1-' H1-e Ie-I-'S O iere, Andrea Ragusa, Fran Jaeger. 3rd Row - Nane'r're Fores+ano. Rose Narciso, Befsy Luckow. Diana e S go W i g calco. 4'l'h Row - Sue Malia, Mary McGowan. green come on Norih bea'r Hwaf Jream Le+'s go green le+'s go wl'1i+e come on Norih - FIGHT Round and round and round we go! -,' i No, I don'+ have a fever. i 44 fri-.'.. Pui anorher baskefball in +ha+ baskei on Jrhe wail All we warfr is a higher score and baskersl baskersl baskefsl CHEERLEADERS Is+ Row - Suzanne Nixon, Arlene Belianfonio, Marsha Pinner. Diane Colello, Farley. 2nd Row: Carhy leda, Parry Defour, Donna Dupas, Mindy Rosen. Missing - Sue Beuffenmuel- 'N-Q .....-f"""" Sparfans on The warparhl 1 ,- mA- Mini-rockeries. 46 MAJORETTES The high-slepping Norrh High maioreH'es have long been known for Their lively rendirion of "Hi Neighbor" ar foolball games. Bu+ more Jrhan friendliness is involved in The co-ordinarion of 'rhe popu- lar half-'rime roulines. Maioreries follow a demanding schedule in- cluding daily eighlh period prac- lice. lafe nighls on Thursdays and ex'rra work on various parades during The year. MAJORETTES Kneeling - Helene Herskowifz, Jan Zencheck. Sherri Frank Sherri Sivan Sfandmg Marsha Blair, Leslie Meyer, Vicky Zusfovich. Debra lsoldi. Rufh Halberg, Carol DeCarmine Mary Covello. Elizabeih Cafiero, Diane Beyreufher. EEF '-fi,-,... O Kneeling - Casey Disfler, Meredi+h Baker. SiHing - Gerry Scudero, Sue Rofh, Walers, Laurie Cosfello, Andrea Assanle, Sfephanie Lehman. Darlene Hagen, Pal' Michaelson, .N . - - . ' .1 ' I ' I , eill. Pal Hickey, Diane Thompson Top Kneeling Debbie Kearney Ann Rmkes Judy Skol Favalora. Evelyn Lopez, Joanne Neary, Janis Edslrom, Marianne Pavlak. RANGERETTES Combining a sharp sense of rhylhm and a beauliful alhleric abilily, The allraclive kickers of +he Rangerelfe Corps add color 'ro rhe half-'rime shows. These spir- i+ed precision marchers develop original rourines each week +o back up lhe Marching Band. And by Jrhe lime Norlh-Soulh Week- end rolls around, lhe Rangerelles are nimble-fooled enough lo kick over lheir heads wifhoul sfepping on each o+her's Toes. I47 an I 5 ' A ' Q v 1 -V' 3 I ' I. i JI" .1 iw.. 3 ' 1 A, V' 1. 1 - v 1 . 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I. . , "' 4 f 2 1 3 'T' 3 'YL -'7 N84 ' ' .9 .l" V W ' I 5, dun fgiparf R 1 4 7 ' 'T . "f V' " , , f 3 -. v- X -'Ai -Q H -1 ' C1 . ,. tif! - 1 u 'V Au A . its gas gg- -3 . x 4' 4 . ry -- "A1 I V .' , 'Q I Q., 1, '. 'fa r .- 1 ' 5.3 . l SJ A is 4 M ,. 55.5, ' 1 D 4 . A ' v Z!! sf'-sf!-A435 dingy' 7 L-,Lf Z?,4,.VK. MARCHING BAND Marching Band is nol only counling eigh+ sreps To a yardline. ll is The rouline of vigorous 8'rh period rehears- als. Jrhe 'rension of pre-game marches, The spirir Thar bursrs in lhe excilemenr of 'rhe half-lime shows. Besides lhe weekly performances af foorball games, Jrhe band marches in local evenls and parades. ,L, X f Qjlxye, -155043-f ff 2,1 'I .f?n'.,2-1:4-Jgg, .fo-:Aug Q. LZ- 727 L77 -rf.-,4 -' ,PLL -11,1-ily ' f 1-7, OU LJ Aqgacf 1, 6 .g,L ' "X Z , ,C . ' X' fbjiixfiel 'X- Q c.af.fe-ELL 67 4 L' ' ' ! , , YC .4!44,L,g,-.fL,-J-A-'g mx Ky Q . V, s,s- . , fi L-i,i62,L1j,s' Z6 A M6 Ak ,,,Q42QVLcLf,L,2JQl, f if X fl If-fix ! J r,,-. ' Y' egbufvds S'Qf63?TP'!' RX af ,. e 'foals if zf x ' X-K, x X ,Lf A 4 f -,3,4,q,..,g. J N Q -fyvu .X J -,fs-421,51 ,Lf .7 , 47. Q Lgw y 4 ,L,L9L bf Q CHORUS When you feel low And in need of a song Come lo lhree one one Every day al 7:30 Mr. Dooliille comes, Fas? songs, slow songs All kinds are done. So ii you like music And very well sung You will find Them here. There are greal concerls There are greal singers Spring and winrerlime. lSung fo fhe Tune of "When I m Sixly-Fourul BAND AND ORCHESTRA The Orchesrra and Band are composed of Jralenfed musicians, many of whom qualify for dis+ric+, counry and. sralre fesrivals. Led by Mrs. Nicolaen- ko and Mr. Menrad. 'rhey provide excellenlr rendifions of popular Tunes. 1 iii' ii-If P 'Vw , 'f- f'f1,-if A gglfw lc i SPECTRUM Chario+ Edi+or: "Would you like +o speculafe on +he Spec+rum?" ' Sfudenfz "No need +o speculale aboul Nor+h's specfacular Junior High Liferary Magazineug a publicalion much more 'rhan speckled wilh illusfralions, shorf slories, essays and poems. Allhough The piclures may be in black and while. Jrhe conlriloulors provide Miss Kalin and her crealive crew wifh maferial 'rhal is more lhan spec- ' -N , , Tral. 'i Y N lf 'i 'J f ' l , . 1- Y:-:"""?l!"sf,., lvliss Kalin X ,BTN -'.:.'2' V Gary Goldslein, Sieve Bedney Ed.-in-Chief Laurie Allronlei Debbie Burman 'W'-1 , N, Q Lynne Silverman. Lor Silverman. Ellen Brieqer X ' TL Jeff Schwarlz, Jeff Kalz , . yi i MUSE N!! .I mi' s II, Lauren Bro n Ed for-in-Chief, Mr. Serge Rondinone Advisor. MEOPASIESUM MEOPASIESMU MEOPASIEMUS MECPASIMUSE MEOPAISMMSE MEOPAISMUSE MEPOAISMUSE MPEOAISMUSE POEMAISMUSE MUSEISAPOEM MUSE IS A POEM TRASIESUM TRASIESMU TRASIMUSE TRAISMUSE ARTISMUSE MUSEISART MUSE IS ART YROTSASIESUM YROTSASIEMUS YROTSASIMUSE YROTSAISMUSE YROTSAISMUSE YROTSAISMUSE YRSTOAISM USE YSTORAISMUSE STORYAISMUSE MUSEISASTORY MUSE IS A STORY NOITAECRSIESUM NOITAECRSIESMU NOITAECRSIEMUS NOITAECRSIMUSE NOITAECRISMUSE NOITACREISMUSE NOITCREAISMUSE NOICREATISMUSE NOCREATIISM USE NCREATIOISMUSE CREATIONISMUSE MUSEISCREATION MUSE IS CREATION In nz gf ,VI III s ow A y c e Andrea Snyder, Nina Kim. Pa+Ii Klein, Amy Wei+zman, Barbara Horowifz. 2nd Row-.Mr.Rondinone,Joyce Bloom. Lauren S e Bea I nm eller A Miano. 4 an iii' ,X X. 73? 'lf'-5 Amy Weihman, Jackie Wiegler, Pai Klein - Arf Joanne Karlin. Anne Miano - Publicify David Shapiro, Nina Kim, Amy Becker- Managing Edifors EditoreinChief Steve Morgenstern Managing Editor Les Edrich ,Ngws Editors Sena Messer Louise Cuccurullo x ,,I E XIII: , '1Debbie Baxter I f'- .X , Les Dear Editor, I have been silent long enough! Time has come for me to speak out.- There was an- idea about a draft counselor. There was a survey taken a while ago and I Hear the results were in favor of having one. Fine. The survey was good, but what has happened since then? Not too much, though I hear it's going through the channels now, in other words going through the red tape, ' There is no reason for such a long delay. While the garbage goes on, your eighteenth birthday iscoming close. The law requires that at eighteen you must register for the draft. The draft is something you have no idea about. Do you know the meanings of the different classifications? No? Do you know your rights under the draft? Your rights - something the U.S. Constitution says everyone is entitled to whether you're white, black, regents or non-regents. This is supposed to make up a democracy, as this school should be. You're entitled to your rights and you have a responsibility as a human being to stand up and get your rights, not after we Assistant N ews Egjtgr Editorial Editors Robert Briskin Douglas Dib Egature Editgrh Marie Sarchiapone assistant Egan g-Q Egitgrs- Billy Wiegler Danny Liben Smrts Editor Ken Ratner Assistant Sports Edigrs Mike Weinbaum Alanlwarschauer Paul Magdalin Arts Editor Noel Guardi I Junior High lgdggrr Joanne Karr Abgsistant Jr. High Editors Dorothy Sarchiapone Janet Linder Staff CEE Borman Brad Burns Gary Cohen Robert Foreman Jeff Katz Linda Levine Neil Makstein Gerald Maziarski Keith Meyer Mark Morgenstern Peter Morgenstern Joy Ossip Michael Ossip Liza Pankin Barbara Press Andrea Snyder Rosanne Spiewach Karen Starker Sherrie Strumeyer Photographers Michael Kurland Scott Hanfling Ira Bernstein Dick Alpert Debbie Kearney Edrich and Mr. Paul Marino l .Lynne Pace Sherri Frank Joan Forman Circulation Editors Julie Sheinberg Valerie Krall Advertising Managers Shelly Rubin Linda Czizik Marty Goffberg rs,-1' Business Manager Sieve Morgensiern Henry Kelston Sponsors Mr. Allison Mr. Marino 6 . . .the wise man looks into space and does not regard the small as too little, nor the great as too big, for he knows that there is no limit todimenslons. -Lao tae Scholarships ' Awarded On Wednesday, October 7, 1970, the Regents Scholarship Examination was given to all seniors who plan to continue their education after high school. Twenty-nine VSN seniors were awarded New York State Regents Scholarships. Grants ranging from S250 to 31,000 per year. depending on financial need. will be given to each of the winners, and may be used toward tuition of any school in the state. The winners are Marianne Berg, Ira Bernstein, Susan Beut- tenmueller, 'Gregory Borman, Joel Breger, Kenneth Con- stantine, Leslie Edrich, Noel Guardi, Arnold Karr, Henry Kelston, Richard Kopecky, Robert Lee, Ronald Levine, Alice Linder, Paul Magdalin, Neil Makstein, Keith Meyer, Ann Miano, Steven Morgeristern, Kenneth Rotner, Paula Sacks, Howard Samuels, Marie Ann Sarchiapone, Peter Sayre, Richard Schonberg, Larry Siegler, Remy Welling, Eric Wolinsky, and Richard Zuflacht. Eleven seniors who scored between 200 and 222 points on the exam were awarded alternate scholarships: Hilary Berger, Joyce Bloom, Lauren Brown, Thomas Cronin, Robin Kalder, Joanne Karlin, David North, Jay Pront, Joan SchmiQ, Judith Skolnick and Anne Zipser. 'N fi -Q37 Louise Cuccurullo and Sena Messer Seniors Visit Wanda June' "Happy Birthday, Wanda June," a new play by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., was viewed by ,several senior English classes on January 6, under the supervision of Mrs. Ponemon. Prior to the play, the students had the option of. visiting one or more of several museums in the area. The performance of "Wanda June" starred Kevin McCarthy as Harold Ryan - .a tough bawdy hero-of-all-wars who returned home after he was thought missing for eight years. The play deals with the reactions of Ryan's wife, her two suitors, and her son to Ryan's unexpected homecoming and'what follows. Following the play, the students were ableto have an interview with 'the cast, who expressed variedopinions as to 8-So why alienation. ar the student different w council? The program whit Septemberha in board comr This week we some respors 'lhere hasn't t h e s t u C adm in is trat ioi couple of mc adm inis tratior seems very cc Except for r and a few othe 'mi ni course have lost its fl: Mr. Fleming x to .initiate a rr sonalizing gre found two inte group of studer council concert of initiating munity cent If 1 f I I' L Robert Brislcin. Henry Kelston, Mike Kurland, Scott l-laniling. Julie Sheinberg and Valerie Krall The Junior High Mathletes, which is now in first place in its league is composed of two teams, one representing the seventh and eighth grades and one representing the ninth grade. Both teams are under the direction of Mr. Botti. The ninth grade team, includes Alan Katz, Howard Weizman, Mike Messing and Bob Sass. Howard Weizman has ac- cumulated the highest score. In the seventh and eighth grades Daniel Torosian and Ricky Berger are high scorers respectively. On January 12, the team played at South High School. There will be a meet at North on Februarv 2, and a final meet at Memorial on March 9. Editorial- Counselor Request e beginning of the school year, several been working for the establishment of at North. Pursuing the subject the students presented the idea to many including the Executive Council of PTA, Civic Association, North High Faculty student Council and the District Com- Education. At all junctions the idea Cmany times in letters sent to the Board ' All of the groups agreed that only a could handle the delicate job and that could not' just be dumped into an g-uidance department. of Ed has decided to institute military which .bears little resemblance to the draft which is needed. Military education con- dispersal of general military information by poorly prepared intthis area. The P P0 8 Perhaps the Board felt that the would react negatively to the idea of draft ih our high school. If we look at the. facts, see that the total school community, and teachers, registered their strong draft counseling. two major questions facing us now. First, is the Board of Education responsible? To of the community or to what it perceives to hes of the community? , what do the students do now? They went l of the proper channels, and the decision uggests that the facts compiled by the ad little effect on the Board's thinking. ze that in life, we will not always agree with are made. However, -the ruling of the question offers an unacceptable alter- wishes of the community. Doug Dib W the ro sal ori inally brought up- by Steve Morgenstern View From the Morg. 'They simply swallowed everything, and what they swallowed did them no harm, because it left no residue behind, just as a grain of corn will pass undigested through the body of a bird." Orwell ,J F1 Marie Sarchiapone, Marianne Berg, Noel Guarcli Forum Day MA Discussed Like the People-to-People Days at South and Central, VSN students are planning their own Forum Day for March 17. Ronnie Levine, vice-president of the Student Council, will be co- chairman for the day with Joanne Karlin. Representatives from the Black Panthers, Womens' Liberation, Quakers, American Legion, Conservative Party, Young Americans for Freedom tYAFi, Womens' Strike for Peace, Moratorium, BRIDGE, War Resistors, Vista, Peace Corps, atheletes, convicts, and other groups are being asked to speak in the morning. In the afternoon, talented students in the fields of art, music, home economics, or industrial arts will lecture andfor demonstrate their skills. The basic theme of the day is communication. There will be a rf". --. ."'-Y", . Uv' , v CONCERN BUTTON Billy Wiegler and Danny Liben 157 ku . 5. .gk '1',- ng, , . -44,-.ur J p - . r "9,v"'J-Am .5 - I f un :. 1 . ' A ,.. . ,,. . U, v- .r .' .F-gi' V . W 1 . . . +'. "' V .IX PA, .ml 1 . . v 13 ,I ...L K x. . ,M A ,I . . Q" ' . ' In . ' .1- : ln w ' M- ' L 'F . , u . , , .,A'1.51i , 1 x. Y 1 A .9 ., .L V J ,-,A s, 1 B Hr' -.-. N x ,W I1 4 fr. . Q 1 ' M11 iiiqfi- I mf!-, . , 51. 41 -.1 ..'I, 4 I ,,.Q.f,,.. s.. ,- V. .. A 1 . 4 1. Q, Y. ra .V K J 'Q . ' - H,-.f'. :.a,i,1V.,z '-If'-',:, 1 .5,:..:. .. A W. '.. -I V I 'bf' '4--- t . 4, J X ke' .I , It ' , .fl P A 1 --1, X ., . I ., . ' ' .5 .' 5 ,, J"' 4 . qj. Y. i . ' g . ' f iw I 5 'f f - i ' V f uf .4 ' 4 , 1 +f.,3:.- I 'Y f. x-L ' i T' Y ff 07- - 'U L. , fi ,f, if , ' ' , 1 ' ' 1 -f V- in in Us -lsr i 1- ,, Y 'F .gig ff Q W 1 X X H x f X sh X Y I , my Q ' , A i l N 1 , l X dl l" ' K' 1 K 'L if gut-. M4 , f 7, L: ,Meg ,Q-w . ' -' ,. f f, , I A ui:-f um gm J.. fi 0 FRESHMAN SPORTS Qf?f'f,-'D I x ,Nay lf i Nr' . I ,. bf9x1URM, Y f I FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY Isl Row - John Kessler, Mike Svelchliny, Roy Ripak. Larry Tosh. 2nd Row - Coach Vicfor Fisher, Sandy Levine, Mike Klein, Don Lanciolli, Bob Reicherl. - v u . x A i , ...1.. v FRESHMAN SOCCER Isl' Row- Robbie Krinick, Alan Kafz. Fred Sa'r'rler, Julian Frank, Bobby Amorvso, Ira Sfein, Tony DeBenecli++is, Al Billelo, Sco'H Mede Slan Silverman, Rich Berger, Rob Sass, Sfeve Wolfson. Paul Gillelle. 2ncl Row - Coach Jim Scruggs. Viclor Richardson. Nick Marone, Rich Czicik, Brie Cohen. Howie l'lellan'I', Gary Kiesel, Issac Gourii, Danny Bonini, Glen Warren, Jim Kerzner, Alon Gabag, Billy Morgan, Mike Miller, Jeff Reiler, Frank Rich ardson, John Kean. lan FOOTBALL Isl' Row - Coach Bob Burns, Bradly Meyers, Billy Buckridge, Jack Klein, Andy Wasserman, Bill Krumenacker, Mark Wishen, Dave Danny Tronolone, John Mahr, Mark Ress, Joe O'Conner, Dave Cooperman, Keilh Feder, Nick Lenlzerus, Larry Charlet Bruce Keller, Vick Morini, Charlie Ericka. 2nd Row - Bill Julich, Gary Maerkea, Bob Tremayre, Mike Cohen. Lenny Belvedere, Danny Shendell, Gary Adaranlo, Wally Jenkins, Hess, Sieve Sfein, Rick Singer, Neil Carlin, Joe Russo, Mike Resnick, Paul Short Mike Mazzara. Larry Scheer, Allen Reed, Mike Volo. 3rd Row - Coach Judge, Ed Bufferman, Sfeve Perens, Eddie Gilleife, Eddie Devivo. Ronnie Wolinsky, Siu Ka'rz, Ray Segal. Bruce Devlon, Jerry Manfrido, Pele Afhanas, Baluran, John Benfivegina, Allen Capalupi, Bob Spinner. Bruce Malesk, Brian Kalbfleish, Alan Borrenson. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Kneeling - Wally Jenkins. Waller Worfher, Mike Wilsik, Billy Morgan, Mike Cohen. Sfanding - Coach Shannon. Marshall Maksfein, Jimmy Devein, John Kean. Jack Klein, Stu Ka+z, Frank Richardson. 62 J.V. GRIDDERS EMERGE VICTORIOUS A Tenacious defense combined wilh a po+en+ ol- fense enabled VSN's Junior varsily loolballleam +o complele a 5 - 2 - I season. Led by quarferback Bob Cabrera and hallbaclc Ron Passion, lhe Spar- 'lans displayed a Jrough ball-conlrol game plan. De- fensively, Mike Fishelson. John Baleslrieri, Joe Ac- cardi and Willie Wisbauer were slandouls on a squad +ha+ recorded ihree shu+ou+s during lhe sea- son. Coaches Siem and lvlccrohan helped The leam considerably. Their iob was made lougher by lhe facl Jrhere were only lhree refurning leliermen. These lhree. Vinny Scala. Larry Ryan and Neil Wal- lach. conlribuled greally To Jrhe Sparlans' success. . 5 if fr' 7' , 4- ' ' r v N 1 , x ' n r rg I 1f""....., 5517! yk L4 . --. he 'Z' L 'H 'T- l 411.4 'A W x F f A rw fi' f The arf of punring. N eff-rr f .ry Y A, J- A desperafion a++emp+ +o break up fhe play. Kneeling -- Ray Macldock, Sfeve D'Argenio. Joe Shain, Neil Wallach, Bob Cabrera, Sieve PeHi, Rich Bizella, Andy Sama, John Balesfrieri. Dom Bosfello. Ray lueller. Eric Cohen. 2nd Row - Coach Tom McChrohan, Joe Accerdi. Bill Wisbauer. Larry Ryan. Mike Morris. Lee Pefraglia. Vinny Scala, Kevin Richards, feve Shanahan, Rick Brand. Gene Connelly, Mike Plunkeff. Jim Gaefa. Wally Sclafani, Coach Clark Siem. 3rd Row - Ray Tripp, Ron Pashen, Charlie Laud- ge. Jeff Marfello. Harry Riker. Tony Soiellaro, Mike Fishelson. Bob Scaferi, Mike Spadafina, Drew Hoffler. 'I6 i 21. stil BIG GREEN SPARTAN MACHINE ON THE MOVE The l97O varsiTy TooTball Team, also lcnown as The Big Green SparTan Machine, broughT NorTh High spiriT To a new high because iT achieved a winning season, The TirsT in several years. GreaT coaching Trom Mr. lvliele, Mr. Garod, and lvlr. l-lernnsen combined wiTh ThirTy players deTermined To win, resulTed in a Third place Tinish in Tough SouTh Shore IV. The SparTans began The season wiTh a 32 - 20 vicTory over ElmonT. The deTending league champs. Tommy lvladdoclc was ouTsTanding as he rushed 29 Times Tor l78 yards, a school record. The nexT week, NorTh compleTely desTroyed l'lempsTead 3l-O in The TirsT home game oT The year. AgainsT Lynbroolc, The SparTans suTTered a leTdown buT held on Tor Their Third sTraighT vicTory, 20 - I4. l , ,, -. 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I I- 6 1- J ,za ,m QM, MQW fgjzlwfeqw NKLM .81 Ojfefl pf16!Z.!Z 0' if HW DDL 'Aga 03 . Ijjxxll? ILKDQX ff 6 M61 da Wfwflyj oi, 5 ,Mqlfelwf GM ' jujiltf MVP' Ce 'Wi 02146519 We K w -4, 1. ,.. f.. A T M ddock followsh bl k pens if Jrhey l+'s high enough . . .deep enough . . . :Ts good! 'I rf Greg Franklin runs 'ro daybreak. 91 N. - vsN .- - 32 3 I 20 24 8 i'?2?5i"4 I 2 M 23 a SCOREBOARD OPPONENT Elmon1' Hempsfead Lynbrook Malverne V. S. Soufh Roosevelf Wesf Hemps+ead Wesfbury The Sparfan blocks of granife. Don"r worry, Greg, l'll cafch you! 'I67 68 x.. I 's N Tom Ivladdock caTches pass againsT Malverne. AgainsT Malverne aT home, The Green Machine iumped To a I2 - 6 lead aT halTTime. The SparTans were ouTpIayed in The Third quarTer, buT ToughT back in The TourTh quarTer only To lose in The Tinal minuTes 26 - 24. The game was doubly unTorTunaTe Tor NorTh as Sal STanzione was IosT Tor The season wiTh a knee injury. VSN came back in Their nexT game againsT Valley STream SouTh. as The deTense recorded iTs second shuT- ouT. 8 - O. QuarTerback, ScoTT Luckow, Tallied NorTh's lone score in an end run. Spun-ed on by The prospecT oT a division TiTIe, The SparTans prepared Tor Their encoun- Ter wiTh RooseveIT. However, The Team was shocked on RooseveIT's TirsT play Trom scrimmage when Their haIT- back sprang Ioose Tor a 2I yard run. The Tinal score was I8 - I2 and NorTh seTTIed Tor Third place. NorTh enTered The playoTT againsT WesT I-IempsTead and almos+ ran Them oTT The Tield. By holding The Rams To iusT Tour TirsT downs and 39 oTTensive plays. The Spar- Tans emerged vicTorious 23 - I4. In The Tinal game oT The year, NorTh Taced a Tough WesTbury squad and meT de- TeaT 30 - 8. The SparTans' sTalwarT deTense received much aTTen- Tion Trom rival coaches. Led by seniors Charlie Ivlueller. Tom BromanTe, Tim Due, and ScoTT Luckow and juniors "Dino" Radini, Fred Krane, and Joe IvlarcheTTi The Team allowed iusT over Two Touchdowns per game. Luckow led The Team in inTercepTions wiTh six, while Dino gaThered 66 Tackles. In addiTion To gaining greaT recogniTion as a Team, Tour players received individual honors. Tommy Ivlad- dock, Charlie Mueller and Tom BromanTe were selecTed To Th.e All-League Team and ScoTT Luckow was named To The All SouTh-Shore Team. You mean we didn T win? H1T 'em high! HIT 'em low! I -' I wonder who TT1ey're beaTing up in There? SCOTT Luckow dives Tor anoTl'1er score 70 NETMEN SMASH WAY T0 TITLE '24, 1,41 , , -r- J, 1 Q ' 5 ,,,,. 4 't 1 " . -V " is " ia fr'-" . 4 . V 1 1. ,, f., i X v . ' N ..a1 ' Q 'lf 1. lg U f W I ,L .i y ' . ZQP, . V ' 4 ,K .. .. f T 2 f- 1. 1 A neT's eye view oT Rich Schonberg. ATTer many TrusTraTing years, The varsiTy Tennis Team has, Tor The TirsT Time, broughT The division championship To NorTh. Pacing The squad was The TirsT doubles Team oT KeiTh Meyer and lvlarTy Lein- wand. The duo compleTed The season wiThouT a single deTeaT. The SparTans' eleven vicTories included Two maTch- es againsT l-lempsTead in which, incredibly, no one Trom NorTh losT a single game. Coach Richards and his championship Team de- serve our praise Tor a "smashing" season. I , 4. I v' .5 , ' ti: ' u s l . -. - "4 . ks - I Mike Weinbaum Tries a baclchand A f "Are you Tor real?" 4 ,R cV2'cf . 4. . R Malverne 1 ' nllvf 2 Lynbroolt 3 Elmonl If 4 V. S. Soulh i ll Y ... - .!5ii 1 1 Kneeling - Alan Warschauer. John Borruso, Rich Schonberg, Rich Cohen. Sfanding - Coach William Richards, Hal Schufzman, Marly Leinwancl, Keilh Meyer, Milne Weinlsaum, Andy Bernard. Deslinalionz Wimblelon. l'r's all in The wrisl' aclion. 'I7 72 .l.V. SOCCER Kneeling - STeve CurTiss, PeTer Michaelson, Larry Indiviglia. Larry Wagner, ArThur PriesTon John Donovan. Evans PriesTon. Dave Rubin, Gary Krinick, Larry Tripp. STanding -Joe Nicolich Ken Camilieri, John CurTin, lv1arTin Gofberg, Alan Glick, JeTT STrumeyer, Mark Cohen, STeve Cohen, Paul MarkowiTz, David Eisen, Tom Hayden, Coach Carl BoTTi. 5 Arr' - 'T New Hyde ilffloii, f T is Junior varsiTy soccer Teams aT NorTh have perenial- ly had unsuccessTul seasons. This year proved To be The excepTion and much oT The crediT belongs To Coach Carl BOTH. Also conTribuTing To The success was NorTh's sTalwarT defense. Paced by goalie Joe Nicolich, who recorded Three shuTouTs, The deTense yielded iusT Two goals per game. This year's Team was especially TorTunaTe because many juniors reTurned Trom lasT year's Team. These experienced players Tormed The cornersTone oT This year's Team. These players include Paul lv1arl4owiTz, Gary Kriniclc. CapTain Dave Eisen, John CurTin, STev- en Cohen, and lvlarTy GoTberg. VVIICII KJUUD UIJ IIIUBI LUIIIU UUVVII. Paul MarlcowiTz on a semi-breakaway VARSITY Boorens W lQ h Tyson and Simes leading Them on, G The rsiTy soccer Team showed greaT poTenTial and 04 m ed To ds a 4 - 6 - 3 season. The Team goT OTT To pro ' g sTarT, Then wenT inTo a mid-season slump an 'n ly closed sTrong. Two non-league games, The SparTans deTeaTed wrence 2 - I ghd ' d l-lewleTT 2 - 2. Then, againsT ough Divisi l co TiTion, NorTh wenT winless in iTs nexT se g s, lo six and Tying one. As The end of eason ne d, The Team won Three and Tied on Once again. No placed several men on The All- Division Team. Rec ing The honors This Time were junior Robin Brendell aT cenTer Torward and seniors Tom Cronin and Paul Wagner aT leTT halicback, and ""'Z cenTer halliback. respecTively. Paul was also a co-cap- Tain oT The Team along wiTh Eddie Kerzner. Paul Wagner gives iT The booT. "Hey, waTch where you're going, will ya?" N , I nl Kneeling Vlnny Adamo Mark Eskenazu Robnn Brendel CI1ffGabay Jlm Dyckes Ed Kerzner. Tom Cronin, Paul Magdalin. Sfdhdlhg Coach Dee Tyson Tom Caldwell Bob Clnffon Warren Gosdln Ken Rofner Paul Wagner Pefer Tn+ler Sfu Egan, Ron Venfriglia, Coach Jack Slmes VSN 2 3 he Lawrence N Hewleff V. S. Soufh I 3 4,,. iif empsfead I A., Onf 21- Beach f' .-:,K:' rook 2 A Soufh l :fel-ll impsfead 3 x 'New Hy, 3 3 I 21. Q '- "' ...wg-nw-. A. -1 '- ' '.4','-- I , ' P. .. , 3 1 X , K ' .., ' J. 74 c ,3' :,gq.g 45 q H '?'3S g'fJ" """7 " -Q " ' 4. -'54 'f': Si HE SOUNDS OE SOCCER obin, geT in There!" o aTTer iT, Ken!" hisTle - "WhiTe ball" lice play, Paul, he's aTraid oT ul" iclc up a man, leT's go!" Il The way, Paul." oTner, wake up!" ollow iT up, Robin!" ome on, Kaplan, booT iT!" aul, he's aTraid oT ya!" ill The goalie . . ." eT aggressive ouT There, Cald- ll!" ! WaTch The hands ouT him, Eddie, going righT!" , go now, don'T waiT!" you oTTsides?" "Green" s go, Paul, all yours!" in, RoTner!" n,.ThaT's yours!" s husTle ouT There!" ay To play, way To play!" ass iT ouT, will ya?" gg ,,.'+f1ii x 1 i -r,,. ,. Qu '-, , "GeT This ball ouT oT here!" on, Talk iT up on The Ill "Aw, reT, do you have eyes?" "Come on, Paul, my grandmoTher can beaT These guys." "Dykes, in Tor Gosdin. Lowen- sTein, geT in There Tor Cronin. Adomo, you Too, geT in There Tor Kerznerf' "Tommy, go now, don'T waiT!" "Paul, ThaT's yours. Boom iT!" "All righT, Egan, you're back in The money!" "Aw!" 1" WhisTle - "Corner" "GeT ouT and meeT him, goalie! Now booT iT!" "ATTa baby, Paul!" "Go aTTer iT, RoTner, he's noTh- ing!" "Come on, Robin, shooT iT, will ya?" Buzzer - End oT TirsT halT. iz- Swv 'I 75 10' 76 J.V.'S HAVE BEST SEASON Coming oTT a Tine 'Freshman year, The Junior Va Ty Cagers proved They could play ball wiTh The b oT Them. ln compiling an I I-7 record. The besT oT a baskeTball Team in NorTh High's hisTory, The SparT won six oT Their Tinal eighT games, including upseT v Tories over RoosevelT and lvlalverne. The SparTans anoTher school record when They scored 84 poi againsT SouTh. High scorer was Herb Lavery wiTh I5 poinTs game. Tollowed closely by GeoTT HowiTT wiTh I per game and Gary Cohen wiTh Il.8 poinTs game. Randy Sunshine conTribuTed six assisTs game and Rich "LeTTy" lv1iTiriTando Threw in poinTs per game. During The season, NorTh discovered Their "lvlinuTemen." Coming oTT The bench were Brand, Chris Dib, Augie Lum. and Mike Fi who sparked The Team To Those vicTories over velT and lvlalverne, by scoring 3I poinTs and pulli down 25 rebounds in The Two games. L. To R. - Chris Dib, Ricky Brand, Mike Fischelson, Herb Lavery, Gary Cohen. Rich MiTiriTanda, Vinnie Palmieri, Coach John Mclviullan. Kneeling - Ge HowiTT. Dave Rubin. Randy Sunshine, Danny Geskie, Augie Lum. R719 'ld 'ib!5'f -L, L 4 'fi Q- -ff n . qs 1 41.'y1,1'2ivf' Jr. femgwgg-"f:"'n1' .,, - ' L' W"-f-up -1Th:qf:ff'1 -H1 v+- . '94 ' ' - pg-H"Y:MP-.11f1x'F:A'-'ivnfn-'A 1 -V I 1.i...M1q 3 5 X ' - ' 'L ' za 'Qwiig UL, yr-. C?reY E. Rcfckrgw y E P Qlwm Elmon'r 'Qi U 49 XNW-f P. ' 6l ,NgiOu+hQ9Qfg 6I Lynbrogkx 68 Roosevelf i xx? Malvefnef 49 i E. Rockaway 57 'I77 CAGERS' SEASON FULL OF THRILLS Beyond a doubT, The VarsiTy BaslceTball Team gave iTs Tans more Than iTs share oT exciTemenT. DespHe Hs 5-I3 record, The SparTans were rouTed only Twice, once by league champs Mal- verne and once by second place Lynbroolc. NoT sTarTing a player over six-TooT one, The Cagers made up Tor Their lack oT heighT wiTh plenTy oT husTle and desire. The opening game againsT CenTral demonsTraTed This. IT Took NorTh Two overTimes, buT cluTch ball playing by Richie Basirico wiTh 24 poinTs, and Tony Forgione, wiTh I4, including Tour pres- sure Tree Throws, enabled Them To Triumph 57-55. The highlighT oT The season came in The squad's TirsT encoun- Ter wiTh RoosevelT. ExhibHing greaT ball conTrol and sTiTT de- Tense, The SparTans deTeaTed The Rough Riders 53-52 on a 25-30 TooT shoT by Richie Basirico aT The Tinal buzzer. In a bril- lianT Team eTTorT, NorTh shoT 572, Trom The Tield. The leading scorer This year was ArT l:ischeTTi who averaged l4.4 poinTs per game. Eric Wolinsky was The leading rebounder wiTh l29. M X .F- gflflg SparTans give a halTTime cheer. WlW9VG'Cl H16 ball Q07 VARSITY BASKgT'BALl? L +0 Ray'-Bucgdgg Ronnie Ebner, STuarT Egan, Rich Basirico, Larry Convoy, Tony Forgione. ArTie FischeTTi, Kenny Lippe Marc Kerner, Joe MarcheTTi, STeve CasTelli, Tom Kull. Eric Wolinsky, Mr. Rosenberg. 178 .f ,gm -'JI' fv I 'A ,,,..--'4 'VX ivmgyny ta.. V U 1 3 A t"V A I , 1 KXHSLQQEQQ' - "' wiwww lbk Q intl' Af .as 1. MN- :A 2 x , K n df . lr! f N I es? 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' " ,gl , ., x is. 1, Q, -.. ,at L' in .V .JP SPARTAN MATMEN TRIUMPH The Varsily Wresilers, led by Coach Jansson and caplains Scoll Luclcow and Tommy lvladdoclc com- piled an 8-3 record. The Mairnen placed second in Souih Shore Division IV. In addirion, 'rhree Sparlans won Seclion Championships, Eddie Brayman, Scoil Luclcow and Dino Radino. Earning second place berfhs were Gene Vinik, Andy Sama and Dennis Renda. Third place finishers were Gary Wohlberg. Ronny Schulman, Tommy lvladdoclc and Neil Mak- slein. A brighi spof in The Spar+an's season was The show- ing of Evans Prieslon, a sophomore in his lirsl year of wresiling, who compiled an 8-O record. ScoH' Luckow 'ries his opponenl in lcnolrs 'N . iw. ' ke ft rf: -'PL " f? :upf A '74 I+ musf be in 'rhere somewhere. y I K, 1- 4 Ride 'em cowboy. Dino Radini gives his opponen'r a lift ff, if iff T ineeling fl. fo rj - Dennis Renda, Andy Sama, Neil Malcsfein, Jimmy Benfivegna, Eddie Brayman, Gary Wohlberg, Tom Maddoclc, Rich Schonberg. Chuck ischelson. Sandy Geffner, Gene Vinilc. Scoff Luclcow, Dino Radini, Fred Crane. Mike Carfer. 2nd Row fl. 'lo rj - Wally Sclafani, Willy Malay. Jimmy Delbal- D, Ron Shulman. Evans Priesfon. Arfhur Prieslon. Larry lndiviglia, Angelo Assanfi, Rick O'Neil. Jeff Gosswiller, Ray Siegel, Louie Dini. Bob Finocholi, Larry yan, Sieve Herman, Sam Goldfarb. Sieve Cohen, Coach Ralph Jansson. 3rd Row fl. 'fo rj - Danny Tronolone, Lee Pefraglia, Bob Cabrere, Glen Kearny, im Hawrhorne. Ron Pashen. Greg DeSilva, Gary Flammenbaum, Phillip Schaeffer, Jim Hahn, Sfeve Shdnahan, Jim Dykes, Tom Hofsiss. 4 "l'm a liHle 'reapof l , The baffle of Hue bulge -4 ' - .--"i ,f ...f-j X , D 'N Yi 1 ff i-I .. 3 'x - A13 ka mr 'J H Maks+ein laughs his way To vicjrory. Y x-.lc,x,,,, - . '1.5+.f-M - . M , G, ,. -- 'iv' mi ' 'ra' "fV1"f.' ,' 2 V ..iL,+, ' L Y sz J w'f w Y Have a se-af W1 M, . 5 f iq' l gs y ' Q 1- ui 1 I i 7. I, - -f,'n.l- ,.' f. Q ,Q .,,, ig g it L 'A " H 1 S 14" .151 '- T 5 E - as F '-- 4- -. 'gft Q, -' as- .1 . - f lj! .f .,. Nfl. ,L , .V .fe mfr: . L '-. -4595 we Q.. s H QI ei L ' ' ,A 5 K. 252.3 1 all K5 f'k,,' SPARTAN KEGLERS The NorTh High Bowlers, consisTing OT Three iuniors and Two sophomores. Tinished second in SouTh Shore IV. Coached by Mr. Garod, The leading Kegler was Paul Dilena wiTh a I66 average. Paul also led The Team wiTh a 604 series. High game was Ted Schwalbe's 225. mg A v f ,,,,---1" . - H . " pu-ef' " gF..1-,T ' , N1 ' 4 V 1 ' . 1',,w.u- V., Y " V, , i A., 3.,55,:,sL-' i- , " T ' 1 " . ' ,-,'-f T f 1' 'IGH' ' ,-sf" ,,--C-354 i?Q?'fU'g ' , 23-215-aff" ' ' A ' ,.f-- "' ' ,. ' ' 'Li gb ' 45.4515 iff' . ! . 1, -, f5?"' if A QW.-'.' ,ff H, A 'z-.9 4 - ' , 'n,pr1f,g vb, -7.6 . - .ff-f' - , ff G. -A ' ' -tfflgfefi' ri: ' . 1 s igfb' ' ' .iwiifif ' "5" NORTH NIMRODS The NorTh High RiTlery Team, coached by lvlr. rns and led by high shooTer Kevin Richards won ven marches and losT Tive. The Team pracTices ery day aTTer school in The school basemenT. Hard- a glamorous place in which To conducT pracTices, T The NorTh Nimrods are as dedicaTed as any oTher hleTes in The school. 'WW' Kneeling fl. To rj - Larry Mazzarella, Kevin Richards. Ken ConsTanTine, ST d g fl. To r.j - Coach .oberT Burns, Gary Juda, David Eisen, Harry Reiker. Tony Adamo. SCOREBOARD VSN OPPONENT 897 Berner 894 905 V.S. SouTh 882 903 CenTral 904 9l5 W. HempsTead 876 9I3 HewleTT 938 WanTagh Farfei+ 9l5 Oceanside 868 905 V.S. SouTh 9I3 908 CenTral 9I3 9I I W. HempsTead 887 894 HewleTT 934 90 J.V. SLUGGERS IMPRESSIVE The I97O iunior varsify baseball feam, despife ifs 5 - IO record, complefed an impressive season and Ieff many observers opfimisfic for nexf season. Under fhe direcfion of Coach AI Garod, fhe feam averaged over five runs per game and performed well bofh of- fensively and defensively. Wifh a Iiffle luck, Norfh could easily have been I2 - 3, buf Iosf fwice by one run and five fimes by only fwo runs. VSN sfarfed fhe season wifh a rousing 9 - O vicfory over rival Cenfral. If Iosf fhe nexf four games buf came back fo rouf Elmonf by a score of I I - I. Lafer in fhe season Norfh defeafed Wesf I-Iempsfead I6 -5 and fhe nexf day defeafed Roosevelf IO - O. -' , 1311, I T"f- 'S X 5 Y' - . f - J 1'- ., . . .J , A 4 . . If you didn'f have fhose pads onl di I , .f H -I i .mu 1 . , . ,' I V, N !..., ,-..f ' 1. Kneeling - Is'I' row - Scoff Luckow, Dinio Radini, Fran Keane, Mike Porciello. Rich Umbrino, Mike Repp. Kne ing - 2nd row - Ray Buckridge, Keifh Meyer, Gary Cohen, Bob Pandolfo. Sfanding - Coach AI Garod. Kne I ing - 3rd row - Rick Tanzella. Sfeve Abbond. ...1 . And 'rhere if goes . . . Fran Kean gives The pifclwer 'rhe eye -W -pr , Buckrldge ge'rs has slgns from fhe cafcher. ' 'Q 3 Q V '- . .- 45. .1 -,..a-3'4"-19V 92 Arfie Fischeffi sneaks home. Q ,., VVan+a asf nbrook Lynbroqk Soufh I 5iffM , Soufh W EV LYUb'QS2,'S fy, f" VVes+iQG7'3ilQa 0' .Ili ' , f ' " ,, ,iq .5 , ,JH f 4' ' Tommy Kull slows up Tor The beneTiT oT The camera. "Who's on FirsT?" by Bud AbboTT and Lou CosTello Tell me The names oT The players on our baseball Team. Sure, now, Who's on TirsT, WhaT's on second, l don'T know on Third. WaiT a minuTe. l wanT To know The names oT The players. l'm Telling you. Who's on TirsT, WhaT's on second. l Don'T Know on Third. WaiT. WhaT's The name oT The TirsT baseman? I No. WhaT's The name oT The second baseman. I don'T know. l-le's The Third baseman. All l'm Trying To Tind ouT is The name oT The TirsT baseman. l keep Telling you. Who's on TirsT. l'm asking you whaT's The name QT The TirsT baseman. WhaT's The name oT The second base- man? ' l don'T know. Third basell A WaiT a minuTe. You goT a piTcher on This Team? Did you ever hear oT a Team wiThouT a piTcher? All righT. Tell me The piTcher's name. Kneeling - Mike Doernberg. Mike Delio. Jim GalTieri. Joe Sasso. ArTie FischeTTi,'Bob AlberTs. STeve CosTelli. STanding 5 Coach Bob Burns. Dan An- dreocci, Mgr. Greg Jacek, Mark Cunneen. Ronnie Landress, Joel Breger, Chip Koshis, Larry Regusa, ScoTT Luckow, Rich Basirico. Tom Kull. Dennis Springer. Joe HechT. 'I9 CROSS-COUNTRY RUNS TO VICTORY The l97O Varsily cross-counlry Team, coached Mr. Pohl, won live ol ils nine meels. Led by sen Caplains Neil Makslein and Mike Carler, The 're defealed l-lempslead and Malverne in a dual m and lhen succeeded lo oulrun Roosevell, Elmonl, a Easl Rockaway. Cross-counlry is one of Norlh l-liqh's leasl kno sporls. Those who come our lor The Team and conslanlly, day aller day, are among lhe mosl enled and dedicaled alhleles al Norlh. l g y , , yman. Sfanding - Coach Sherman Pohl, Mike Bradley, Ed Monahan, Glen Kearney, Sleven Herrmann Marlin. Mark Schwimmer. Back row - Pele Sayre, Arfie Fischelfi, Greg Brown. Mike Carfer, Ted Schwalbe, Rich Basirico. Kneelin - Bill S+oneman Neil Maksfein 'Ed Bra N-J Is? row - Rich Lowenslein, Tom Denise, Randy Sunshine, Pele Sayre. 2nd row Siu Egan. Gene Vinik, Chuck Fishelson, Kenny Rolner, Coach Al Chippelfa. GOLFERS WIN FIVE MATCHES SCOREBOARD VSN OPPONENT 'fil Mepham 8 l Kennedy 8 O Berner 9 2 Easl Meadow 7 6 Levillown 3 O Calhoun 9 3 Sourh 6 0 Kennedy 9 5 Cenlral 4 5 I Uniondale 4 g asii 8 I lrla Leviflown 4 S I Mepham 5 ii"i Q im ix ,, T . 6 is ,, , -W W.,, ,i ,i , 1 , V .imw i ,, ii fi i TRACK ENDS DISAPPOINTING SEASON Varsily lrack, wilh ils many line members, com- pleled a 2 - 5 season. Nor+h's Two viclories were againsl close rivals Elmonl and Valley Sfream Soulh by idenlical scores of 70 - 66. Enioying successful seasons were, among olhers, John hAaHaheu, Eddie Kerzner, Paul VVagner and hAa++y G5oods+ein. SCOR VSN 64 9 I 70 66 '66 .LLL 'tkj-X Eddie Kerzner gives il all he's go'r. WW? fi 5+ row - Jon Bob, Mark Schwimmer. Rob Briskin, Vinny Adamo, Dennis Hershey,'Rich Hofsiss, Dean Jorden, Neil Maksfein. 2nd row - Coach Sherman Pohl, Darrel Dan Hoesch, Ted Schwalbe, Chuck Caldwell, Paul Wagner, Mark Eskenazi, Dave Sabolski, MaH'y Goodsfein, Bruce Panuska, Coach Al Dunlea. 3rd row - Rich fh, Jon Osfer, Tom Cronin, Robin Brendel, Eddie Kerzner, Tom Caldwell, Ed Schoenau, Tom Hofsiss, Bob Finocchioli. 4+h row - Mgr. Paige Tremper, Mike Carfer, John Mallalieu, Peder Rhode, Bob Mallalieu, Dana Richardson, Mgr. Darlene Hagen. 195 6 INDOOR TRACK A'F'rer 3:30, walking on Jrhe Jrhird 'Floor can become very hazardous. This is because The Indoor Track leam conducls ils praclices lhere insfead of running ou+- side in +he freezing cold. Running wi'rh Soulh and Cenlral, lhe Sparlans compleied a successful season, winning Three of five meeis. The Team also won Tirsl place in 'rhe Soulh Shore relays. Tom Cronin, Rich Freund. Eddie Kerzner, Mark Eskanazi and Jimmy Kerzner were among 'rhe leading runners. EBOARD Coach Erreger elbows in for posilion. A I s s l Kneeling fl. fo nj - Rober+ Coll, Vinnie Adamo. Mall Goodsfein. Jim Kerzner, Mark Eskanazi. Barry Lufchen. 2nd Row - Tom Cronin, Rick Freund, Ed Mona hen, Bob Cliffon. Coach Charles Erreger, Pe+e Afhanas. Ed Kerzner, Ray Czizik, Greg Brown, Harold Shuhman. -4 .1 I , ,, - 7 .54 " ,.l 1 1 af' PII! ' ':"I ' 4 . I 1 Ui sinus sponrs K 57 2 . L --fa-' 1171- , -- 1, , -.M , . ' J A, a , Wa - M-'War liwffzs 'A ..,,, h ,-qi.-annum . .-,,,.,. xp . .., ,. .,,.Q.w:ik, 'M ' i M ' i i 1 'nn A ,D , A AL ix Back - Jane Laufenberger, Margie Wood, Lois Spinner. Wendy Whife, Sonia Fezza. Debbie Baxfer. Cen- fer - Karen lzbisfer, Susan BuHerman. Carol Borreson. Barbara Boff, Diane A+hanas. Jane Chirnerane. Fronf- Evelyn Kalbfleisch, Margie Miflin. Maureen Donner, Diane Rosenberg. 197 "Z'C1EEF.!3:?Sv2h'Fd51'iA7P4':'4xiiv7:Si:- if ?5:!':9:-1 igliiiimq V. f ff:-1 - ', -.,j.4fyf,y Y . . .N 3 , .,,,ZQ. 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K 'ifwr wr ' f 2, . -W I!-'iff :fim-' V'-- . ' ' - 1:11- rf 1' 1 f,,,,.. , wszfp . azfqzv W Q . K ' Z 273745 ' 35572: .Y -V., ' ff ' , ,Q i il " 'V . F ' T -T -.. 4... COMMUNICATE 'A'A' "T - lying H . , - - V.4. . I 200 Our Best Wishes to the Class of l97l "May Your Dreams of Today Be The Realities of Tomorrow" T NORTH HIGH PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Congralulalions fo +he Class of I97l From HARBY DECORATORS 330 Hempslead Ave. Malverne, New Yorlc LY 3-43 34 Besf Wishes fo +he Class of '70 CHEMICAL BANK 662 Dogwood Ave Franklin Square, N.Y. Member F.D.l.C. if Besl' Wishes fo lhe Class of l97I 'From l'he C.A.G. I , . A U Compiimenis of CAROL STUDIOS Official Yearbook Phoiographers 80 A'l'lan1'ic Avenue Lynbroolc, N. Y. LY 9-H50 Senior Porfraii' Negaiives Kepf on File for Fuiure Orders. 20 Best Wishes From FRANKLIN GENERAL HOSPITAL MIL Ex if 555113: 43 GLENCOVE RD. 560 FRANKLIN AVE. G R E E N V A L E FRANKLIN SQUARE 484-2-626-7 LOI-6191-2 DOGVVOOD JEWELERS 674 Dogwood Ave. Franklin Square, L.I. IV 3-I I70 GIIIS and Repairs On Premises 202 GENERAL HOME SERVICE COMPANY, INC. IO5 Rockaway Ave. Valley Sfream, New York Aluminum Siding, Roofing Domers Basemenis 5I6 LO I-2660 2I2 343-7883 FRANK ROSENSTOCK HAROLD LEIMSIDER Happy trails to you . . . V,--1? x" ' A - - '-2. Q- Unfil we meet again." Class of 1971 203 -Hx 12" W A VJ 775 17' 7 Il"'-,IIMW Xqff Jvxl V. QV N q EE5 Q 5 Lf BEE BEER! M R6 uw mn V! ff MMV m 'xg vis 5 BEEP Q '5- 9 was C, Z E555-f V415 X Q 3 BLUEQGRQY 51GMA-DEUAWAU Hlff 'AS Now DISBANDEDQ THE HI-V ff-RATEMIW 'QISTENQZ e,A1q3AeEf QW . I 11,54 QA was 'CK pw O 6 Q 5 ss an x Uwe, 1 z Hlff-ii?fjQ2fi'QQL J " LA STELLA ITALIAN RESTAURANT l'I'alian-American Cuisine 7I6 Dogwood Ave. Franklin Square, N. Y. I5 Ibl VA-5-2929 FRANKLIN MIRROR 3 81 GLASS CO. ' PICTURE FRAMING TABLE PADS ANTHONY J. DEBONO 75I Franklin Avenue 3 vp-fiery 1' nas- .i if I ' qIz1.fzsaL.liT ' r- Y - . ua A A - - gf NFQJQ gli, ji' njw,L:J1-:lm -if E- l lVanhoe 9-7554 Franklin Sq., N.Y. IIOI0 N N ' ji-1-.ii BON BON CLEANERS .72 Qualiiy Plus'Service I 33I Hempsfead Ave. Mulverne, New York LY 3-5770 MOTORS INC. New and Used Cars All Makes and Models Corve'He Specialisfs "SUCCESS" 4-Speed, LARRY ANDERSON Sales Manager 395 W. Merrick Rd. Valley Siream, N. Y. LOcus'l' I-9600 THE VINIK FAMILY ' 486-89l3 Goocl Luck +o The Class of '70 DOGWOOD GULF SERVICE STATIQN From 'Ihe Valley S'I'ream Norih High Unil' of T Compleie Domeslic and Foreign Car Repairs E VALLEY STREAM TEACHERS 720 Dogwood Avenue 206 Franklin Square, N. Y. XB gsnmfg 52 fx, THE G.O. STORE Wishes the Best to the Senior Class f 4 M . H I , . - - v-x.E i I Best Wishes From: SKOBLISKI LUMBER IOOO Franklin Avenue Lumber-Millwork-Plywood Valley S'l'I'6am,- N.Y. HILL-SIDE PHIL-AMY FLORIST DISCOUNT WINES AND LIQUORS Parly Planning Cuslom Giff Wrapping Gill Baslcefs DELIVERY SERVICE LO 1.2923 740 Franklin Ave. Proprie+0r Franlzlin Square J- AMATO 208 Ken Heiss and Amy Bauberger Wish Ihe Class of '7I Luclc WARD 81 LAKE., IN INSURANCE 66 W. Merriclc Rd. Valley Slream 22 Roclraway Ave. VA 54454 Valley Siream N. Y. VA 5-1063 FST- A ms VAL-STREAM cr t VOLKSWAGEN e an er INC. YARNS Tim ' - T bl CI I DONALD VALLEY mls mliggns -auurliougom Pl'6SId6ITI' IUCKLES - HEMSTITCNING MA 56 Wes? Merrick Rd. Valley Siream. N.Y. MONOGRAMMING Frnfxpnn lnrlrvdiuu Largest Yum Shop In the U. 243-247 Rdckawu Av VAlley Stream 5-E004 J. THAMM REFINISHING CORPORATION 84 Rockaway Ave. Valley Stream, N.Y. VALLEY STREAM CYC LES Congratulates The Class of medical laboratorio l970 95 E. Merrick Rd. alley Stream, N.Y. VALLEY CLINIC Complete lVlen's ond Boysf Formol Weor tor l-lire LABORATORIES a. SURGICAL j SUPPLY, INC. 238' R k w Ave ' Corner Elazzthornenuive. r a ' Valley Stream, N.Y. r V 15:63 VA 5-1553 I I Latest Smart Styled Formals EDWARDIANS-TOM JONES Specializing Same Day Emergency Service Beg, Wishes Weddings ' Cruise Wear From Special Functions Special Rates for Groups A I D . P FOR For the ladies fabulous mink stoles rented E. ., .le i 444 W. Merrick Rd. 389 Rockaway Ave. l g: Valley Stream, N. Y. Valley Stream --A-IIIIIII r-- So. of Sunrise Hwy. Galaxie v Torino v Pinto v Mustang ' Maverick L0 I'6767 VA 50053 President I5I6l LO I-osao 209 PEACE PROSPERITY and HAPPINESS in +he FUTURE I97 I Sfudeni' Council Presideni' - Gene Vinik Vice Presideni' - Ron Levine Treasurer - Peie Sayre Hisforian - Deb Kearney Secrefary - Jeanne Armsfrong S+uden+ Advisor - Bernard Ar+-z+ BEST WISHES +0 1'he CLASS OF I97I from Hue family of Ma+'l'l1ew Bari' Rabach Bes'I Wishes and Good Luck In Ihe Fufure THE GOLDFARB FAMILY -If' Q NI 'sf ANTHONY D. GILAS 81 SONS GREENHOUSES Growers of Fine Flowers 53 FranIrIin Avenue Lynbroolc, L. I., N. Y. LYnbrooh 9-6640-I -fr. I 'K'Boy Thai Was I Funny" Bes'I' Wishes Good Luck THE KRALL FAMILY Besf of Luck in Ihe FuI'ure THE SUSSKIND' FAMILY PATRONS ATLANTIS PET SHOP ARGO PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. DOGWOOD HOBBY CENTER DR. RICHARD GROSSWIRTH ESTATES BARBER SHOP LYnbrooIc 9-0900 GROSSMANN'S FARM FRESH VEGETABLES IMPORTED DELICACIES Corner Hempsiead and Ocean Aves. Malverne, N. Y. II565 sos LEIMSIDER IV 9.1343 R. M. L. CATERING COMPANY Home Cafering House Pariies Busboys for All Occasions "NO JOB TOO SMALL" Besi' Wishes Class of I97I From Ihe MAKSTEIN FAMILY 211 r i xl fggl pl A ,fu ii s it l ' l tall lll l l 5 llllg tl 522+ Z' alll? , lil? 1 Hill ,Ji ' Congratulations to the Class of l97l From Alpha Delta Kappa Officers: President Paul Wagner Vice President Frank DeBeniditis 212 Peace and Good Luck Class ot '7I Congratulations Chariot Statt THE HEUMAN FAMILY Congratulations to the Class ot l97l From the SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OF l976 e We Noi' Men??I! Maih I3 AP rbCarolDebbieJeanne-made ii' sl' of Everyihing-Mr. Banks sl' of Luck-Thi: Welners s'I' Wishes-CharloH'e Casio si Wishes-Dr. and Mrs. Irvine si' Wishes class lacking same ckle your seal belI' DEF rol and Sieve sloppa do dal' F.B.'s: Alamo forever arioi-Dear 'Io my hear'I' MGS arlie and Marianne 4 ever esler says, "F. Kean and L. BarIon" ongra'I'ula'I'ions The ArI'zI's Ho-Poshi-Kazoo liz Mundo Nuevo E. Lehman orello Lives-Neil-B.B. r Emily all my life-Sieve rsooI'h-lI's clear as 'mud ood ood Luck Seniors-A. Fisher Luck Seniors-The Ripaks ood Luck-Clinical Siaff ood Luck-Miss Brennan ood Luck-Mrs. Brady ood ood Luck-The DiPe'rro's Luck-The Michaelson's BOOSTERS "Happy TogeI'her" Sal and Sue I'll miss you all Mrs. MaHhews I wasn'I' asked info Ihis world J.Z.J. Scruggs Kenny and Marianna Life: Wha+ is Life? Lois of Luck Seniors Love is all you need Sal and Sue Mike and Lorraine 4 ever Music is limiiless CGZ Peace and Love P. LupoIeHi Prin'I' Ihis boos'I'er Reserved for Bill and Laurie Resi, perlurbed Spiriis SLP Remember I knew you when . . Richbarb May '70- Rick of Alpha Nu TheI'a Rules Ron Levine Remembers Z Selling Ihese is Fun? Swiss Gloom how near we lie The end is near This is dumb This isn"I worlh a dollar The end is near Tommy boughl' Ihis We've only iusf begun Rick of Alpha Nu TheI'a Rules Five Pizz-a Chance L. V. This is dumb J.S. Give Les a fish AMM Mr. Rondinone ForsooIh's iI's as clear as mud Congralulaiions-The Arlrl' Family Val has nicer lips Ihan Ann The Horny 4 live He's my Honey To class of '7I-LIFE L. Nagle Your CHARIOT is Super-LN Le'I"s hear ii' for whipped cream . Le'I's hear i'l' for buffer . . . Le'I"s hear il for Toofsie-Slaff Mark-Volvo-lives Mad, I hope you win 'Ihe bei' FISH and Levi Vicious and Mush and Lynn and Diane Woa Senori'I'a-Newi' Sallus Hoiel Sfaff says high Z's-Ihey are alive-baf Diablo is a devil dog My uncle is in 'Ihe air force Have a pickle, Mrs. Smiih I go'I' pizza on my 'Ihumb nail ood Luck-The Skolnick's I976 M815 forever . ive Les a Fish Amm Z Mayonnalse on Roas'I' Beef ive Piu-a chance LIV, Kenny and Marianna Lynn and PeI'er: only four Io go aIikeun+l. Cass Chesfer says: F, Kean and Linda Good Luck Seniors-John Miele appiness is . . . J and B Ba,-for, Mike and Janel Jusf Like a Woman Mr. Sieele Richie Madeline THE FALKOWITZ'S THE Z UFLACHT'S 2 l Besi Wishes From MURL-EES MENS 81 BOYS SHOP 48 Aflanfic Ave. Lynbroolr. N. Y. McVElGH CHEVROLET 676 Wes? Merrick Road Valley Stream, N. Y RAY'S FORMAL WEAR New Hide Parlr Road Franlrlin Sq., N. Y. Formals For Proms 214 Besf Wishes fo ihe Class of l97l THE DANIS FAMILY Besl' Wishes Class of l97l Good Luclc in lhe Fu'rure From 'rhe CLASS OF 1973 TRIPLE s VARIETY Beg, Wishe, P Q u-H ASSCCIATED Fooo sToRE .-1121: E Y 'essex F- Sf: lg swffiiggf I ,l gx grew I 6 668 o wood Ave Q Franlrlln Square. N Y -""""" Where ver body W 41 9 ua .. Il E ihv j-Ji' '- ' i A fl' Us-fag, 'L' f ' " - f- , Good Luclc BROWN-CONTE CADILLAC Hempstead, N.Y. PETERFORD BOWLING SUPPLIES 962 Hempstead Tplc. Franlrlin Square, N. Y. IIOIO FL 2-975 I Q.. I I Congratulations to the Class of '7I From Sigma Delta Phi Officers: President Gary Ress, Vice President Maril Eslcenazi, Sec'y Dave Eisen, Treas. Sam Goldfarb 215 216 Our Besi Wishes +0 'Phe Class of I97I THE LUCKOW FAMILY NETELL'S BAKESHO Fooo FAIR SHOPPING CENTER 704 Dogwood Ave. Franklin Square The Tasle Tells Shop Nelells LOX HAVEN APPETIZERS FOOD FAIR SHOPPING CENTER HOT FRANKS AND KINISHES 41. ill Besf Wishes From GREY AND GOLD HI-Y M Num PE dfgwokmf QEki: Tx' H UUE 1383+ 50 1 sf' MUD 95335 an -L + Tall mia women 'UJXPSRE We Pam Marx SMWGRGSRE ww' U5 E15 LIFE 0, 5511912 NFAIVS MORE V577 H S0 +5.35 QS35375 Thr? SPACE 3Ou5L11ugf ES? KMSHES SEMQRS ClASSCNffCZ 2-ff-UQ S59 oN smewmiggf ,:-SDLLER is + - vfmsveay 5 ,NP FUR REEL 7?'9zp7.4?70fVj U c 03 eip' Cr 1.55-6-JI ,EJ T wx Un qua? 'sw MOHE G 3 'i Q"?SlxR-gn 'Q 5 I 4' 'J NKXQ 6 E' R marrag 9 9 T., USM: 3,13 12 Ross o DB 7f'Of . 4592 2 5 QQ? 344, 2-5 Q: a E xffili QJQ- '4 W9 out Aa ,L Fr- s -A Yoga 1.251.155 2- Q 127552903 VX Q Q- Fw- ' sseegxxpo cv 'rd SM' tax, :TCH Q qi' '99, Qui w 0+ 24,7 25:51:15 EL 3 '1 H X Q 61 Z -. Qsflq ys RQSEGVED I5 O J cu vs Avgcfidlbgygfg WOR RICKY 1 A GH IJ P FPGE QE 31 ii 3be1A. 96529 fha. YA' Tau QRT' SWDHNFI 1 NC 5 33' 'W vim fmesghfffvb gf ff. WE WSIS-X U low ' xii? fvids-9 i 11GifM mf ? Wim su-5 xx's'f0-Um 5 onsvred F0'Vf244' H, UGO A M 9 V ow QW ffm' EXW X FRENL .TRW 4 f-r-awk? Q5 6 'Q Q S Gwxkmu 'A' doll o',.fU.I" bhp EEKG-'I 19 A 0 Aff PWAZM T5 Simi' mx -w s W-wo, A Jones ou. SPsEuAlZES bgDT11+D:bv-R'9UKfv0. U WG- MRNIQS C lj Bes'r of Luck From 'l'he CLASS OF 1975 Bes'r Wishes 'I'o 'rl1e Class of 1971 From THE PINNER FAMILY Besl' Wishes To fhe Class of 1971 From THE EDRICHS GOUZ FARMS "Where cows rhymes willw Gouzn Locafecl on Duich- Broadway, V.S. 218 Congralulaiions on Your Gracluafion From lhe CLASS OF 1974 TO THE CLASS OF 1971 Besl' of Luck 'l'o 1l1e Class of 1971 From THE CRONIN FAMI LOcusl I-2760 PRESBY'S Aufo Glass and Raclialror Se ARTHUR PRESBY 48 E. Merrick Road Valley Slream, L. l., N. Y. clivifies ..... dminislralion ........ dminislraiive Assislanls .... .... dverlisemenls ........ rl Honor Socieiy .... Jrhlelics .......... udio Visual Squad ... and ........... aseball lVl ..... aseball lJ.V.l ,... askelball lVl . . 4 askelball lJVl ..... oard ol Educalion . . , OCES ......... ooslers ........ .... owlinq Team ......... usiness l-lonor Sociely . afeleria Slaif ....... andidly Facully ,.. harior ......... heerleaders lVl .... heerleaders lJVl ..... horus .... ..... oncern . . . osmerology .... ross-Counlry . . . uslodial Slraif . . . ance Band ...... islrici Principal .... ighrh Grade ... acully ....... 'l:iorello" ....... olk Guilar Club ... oolball lVl ...... Foolball lJVl .... French Club .... Freshman Class ..... Freshman Sporls ...... Fulure Teachers of America .... Guidance ........... INDEX "Hello Dolly" ... lndoor Track .... Junior Class ....... Leaders-in-Training .... Library Aides ..... Maiorelles ..... Marching Band ........ lvlalhleles lSenior Highl. lvlalhleles lclunior l-lighl. Muse ................ Norih-Soulh Game .... Norlh Slar ....... Orcheslra .... Principal ..... Rangerelles .... Relrospecl '7l . . . Riflery ......... S.A.F.T ....... School Slore .... Senior Index .... Senior Porlraiis. . . Senior Year ..... Sevenlh Grade . . . Ski Club ........ Soccer lVl .... Soccer lJVl ...... Sophomore Class .. . Spanish Club ..... Special Evenls .... Speclrum ......... Sludenf Council ....... Sludenl Council Eleciions Teacher's Aides ....... Tennis ...... Track ...,.... Twirling Club ... Varsily Club ...... Varsily Glee Club .. . Wreslling ........ BARBARA ACCARDI 792 Park Lane South Franklin Square VA5-6l0B Chorus. Maiorettes. Teac VALERIE ACKER l0fl9 Woodclitte Drive Franklin Square 872-BI67 DENNIS ADIPIETRO I l45 Lorraine Drive Franklin Square PR5'b726 JUDY ALESSE I87 Scarclitte Drive Malverne LY3-4625 JO-ANN ALEXANDER I070 Harrow Road Franklin Square LOI-0599 SALVATRICE ALOIS BB9 Franklin Avenue North Valley Stream B25-0429 President 7th Grade Hom JAY ALTMAN 690 Byron Avenue Franklin Square 538-7576 her's Aide eroom, Teacheris Aide AVA BAIRD l365 Carole Court Valley Stream B25-776l MEREDITH E. BAKER IS Audrey Court Malverne LY9-7596 Band. Chorus. Orchestra RICHARD BASIRICO 37 Peckett Court Malverne LY9-806i Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball ENZIO BARONE 1062 Woodclitte Drive Franklin Square B25-4054 STEPHEN BENNETT 590 Bernice Road Franklin Square 354-4007 Varsity Football JAMES BENTIVEGNA 77l Cypress Drive Franklin Square IV9-822I Varsity Wrestling MARIANNE BERG 5 Roosevelt Avenue Radio Club. Hockey Club ARNOLD AMANTE I I99 Bernard Street North Valley Stream PR5-6425 Varsity Football RON ANDENMATTEN lbfl Scarclitte Drive Malverne LY9-3345 Band DANIEL ANDREOCCI B96 Franklin Avenue North Valley Stream 56I-0239 Varsity Basketball Manag JEANNE ARMSTRONG l00l Southern Drive Franklin Square B25-4898 BT Student Council Secretary, Maiorattes, Chorus ANDREA ASSANTE 30 Dolores Place Malverne LY3-7748 Daisy Chain. Rangerette FRANCIS P, AVELLA 5l9 Morris Drive Valley Stream GE7-4816 s, '7l Chariot Stott Concert Band. Marching Band. Fencing Club 220 Malverne 599-B592 North Star. English Ho Aide HILARY BERGER 50 Rivaria Court Malverne 599-4090 Chorus, Band. Grey 81 G JUDY BERINSKY 745 Brower Avenue Franklin Square 538-B92I IRA BERNSTEIN 28 Audrey Court Malverne 593-5534 . lk-f nor Society. Teacl1er's old Hi-Y I2th Grade Treasurer. Senior High Dramatics SUE BEUTTENMUELLER IOB2 Lorraine Drive Franklin Square FL2-9432 Cheerleading, Peace Corps Project. Magazine Drive Chairman DIANE BIZELIA 995 Ferngate Drive Franklin Square GE7-3774 Business Honor Society, er's Aide RICHARD M. BLACK 52 Adair Court Home-Ec. Club. Teach- Malverne LY3-9202 Tennis. Chorus. Bancl JOHN BLAKE l32l G Street Elmont FL4-B830 JOYCE BLOOM l095 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square 825-4262 GARY BLUMENTHAL 7l0 Brower Avenue Franklin Square IV9-3464 Varsity X-Country, J.V. Phi Hi-Y JONATHAN BOB 799 Anderson Avenue Franklin Square lV3-0223 Varsity Track GREGORY BORMAN l29 Woods Avenue Malverne LY9-2249 Basketball. Sigma Delta Coordinator ot' Pollution Rally. Political Party Chairman, Students tor Environmental Action ROBIN BOSHNACK 697 Morton Avenue Franklin Square IVS-05 I 7 Cheerleader. Grey B Gold Hi-Y MIKE T. BRADLEY I397 O Street Elmont B25-B952 J.V. Soccer. Varsity Track, J.V. Basketball ANDREW BRAUN 788 Anderson Avenue Franklin Square lVl-SI97 Originator ot Concern. Corps Proiect JOEL BREGER 695 Anderson Avenue Franklin Square IV3-8354 Pollution Rally. Peace Varsity Baseball. Biology Club. J.V. Football MARGARET BRISCOE SBO Dogwood Avenue Franklin Square 4B5-5365 l'lorr1evEc. Club. DECA TOM BROMANTE BIO Park Lane South Franklin Square LOI-I l26 Varsity Football LAUREN BROWN l3l4 G Street Valley Stream FL2-4423 Muse Editor. District Chorus. Ar KEVIN P. BUCHANAN I IBO Wolf Avenue Valley Stream VA5-6926 t Honor So Varsity Football. Varsity Baseball MIDGE BURNS 3 Chittenden Street Valley Stream LO!-9865 Chorus, Orchestra, District Chor CHARLES CALDWELL IUIB Jerome Road Franklin Square 825-8059 us Drum Maior. Band. Varsity Soccer ELIZABETH L. CAPUTI lflB5 M Street Elmont FL4-3522 MIKE CARTER 759 Wyngate Drive East Valley Stream 56l-I849 Varsity Wrestling. Track RONALD CATROPA 20 Scarclilife Drive Malverne LY3-7026 Baseball, Bowling JASON CHERNOFF 90 Morris Avenue West Malverne 593-6060 Ritle Team CARLA CIOFFI i040 Lorraine Drive Franklin Square PRS-675i RICHARD COHEN 740 Willow Road Franklin Square IV9-7028 Tennis. Grade Senator. Homero DIANE COLELLO 574 Dogwood Avenue Franklin Square IV6-5763 Chariot Layout Editor, Cheerlea ident RANDI COLOMBO l0l5 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square B25-B776 KEN CONSTANTINE 722 Wyngate Drive East North Valley Stream LOI-6059 Peace Corps Proiect Co-chairm Team Captain, Varsity Football LAURENCE CONVOY 934 Downing Road om President ding. Hi-Y Pres an. Varsity Rifle Stream B65 ty Basketball. J.V. Baseball. Tutor E L. COOPERSMITH yrnn Avenue lin Square 248 ANNE CORNELL Avenue COSTELLO Drive Square CRONIN Sherman Drive Square CUCCURULLO Avenue CYPRESS Park Lane North Square CZ IZI K Robin Road nklin Square 5-4790 cher's Aide. French Honor Society. English nor Society - KY DAUBER Maple Street Iverne -706I or, Works in G.O. Store RBARA DELELIO 8 Adele Court ont -0028 IS DALY Maple Street lverne -87I4 ROL DECARMINE 27 Linden Street lley Stream l-6l56 irling. Chorus. Blue 8: White Hi-Y BBIE DEMEO 9 Jerome Court anklin Square 15-0329 aisy Chain. Hi-Y. North Star Blue 8: White Hi-Y. Softball Grade President. Varsity Soccer. Varsity Star News Editor, Dramatics. Green Key Radio Club. Orchestra. Wrestling JIM DEVITO IB99 O Street Elmont LOI-8458 DOUG DIB 775 Anderson Avenue Franklin Square IV6-4526 Peace Corps Project Co-chairman. North Star Editorial Editor. Moratorium Committee ROSEMARY DIPIETRO 749 Bayberry Road Franklin Square 56l-2995 Chorus. Muse ANGELO DISANTI 58I Meacham Avenue Elmont GE7'3694 Band CASEY DISTLER 663 Wyngate Drive East North Valley Stream LOI-9bIS Head Rangerette. Teacher's Aide DENNIS DOMENICO 82I Chestnut Street Franklin Square IV9-2732 Track. Wrestling, Fencing i WAYNE M. DONALDSON 750 Meacham Avenue Elmont LOI-9296 MICHAEL DONNELLY 709 Cypress Drive Franklin Square IV9-I587 TIMOTHY DUE IOI0 Park Lane East Franklin Square LOI-7I42 Football, Baseball DONNA DUPAS 39 Linden Street Malverne LY9-6Ib0 Cheerleading JAMES 6. DYCKES I062 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square 825.3586 Soccer. Wrestling DENISE J. DZWONEK B37 Herman Avenue Franklin Square IV9-8875 Grey Xa White Hi-Y, Teacher's Aide LESLIE EDRICH 753 Morton Avenue Franklin Square IV3-I072 North Star Managing Editor. Director JANIS EDSTROM 9 Audrey Court Malverne LY3-79I2 Rangerettes. Oueen Finalist RAYMOND FABER I034 Sherman Drive Franklin Square LOI-I783 MADELINE FALKOWITZ 33 Dolores Place Malverne LY3-753I Dramatics Ass't Editor in Chiet '7I Chariot. Activities Editor '70 Cha riot. Green Key ANNA MARIA FANELLI I364 H Street Elmont PRS-3859 Teacher's Aide. Tutor RITA FANIZZI 775 Ascan Street Elmont LOI-2872 LORRAINE FAVALORA 804 Home Street Elmont 825-8I56 EILEEN FINNERAN I7 Cratton Court Malverne LY9-6533 LINDA FISCHER 806 Connie Lane Elmont LOI-l59l ARTIE FISCHETTI 593 Meacham Avenue Elmont GE7-0268 Varsity Baseball. Varsity Basketball CHUCK FISHELSON 756 Patterson Avenue Franklin Square IV3-4590 Chairman S.U.N. Political Party. Wrestling JANET FLIEGER I4 Beech Court Malverne ' LY9-7688 Otlice Aide. Sigma Rho Chi JUDY FOG-EL 793 Anderson Avenue Franklin Square IVI-OBO! National Honor Society ANN FOREMAN I Willow Place Malverne LY9-8819 Green Bm Black Hi-Y MIKE FRAGOLA I363 Carole Court Valley Stream VA5-600l GREG FRANKLIN 965 Franklin Avenue Valley Stream LY3-5482 Varsity Football RICHARD FREDERICKS 990 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square LOI-lS2O Wrestling. Track LOUISE FRITZ 772 Park Lane South Franklin Square LOI-6B6I Teacher's Aide, Red X1 White Hi-Y. Daisy Chain JIM GALTIERI I30l 5 Street Valley Stream VA5-6775 Varsity Baseball MARIANN GANDOLFO l3b9 L Street Elmont PRS-6889 Rangerettes KEVIN GANNON lcontinuedl 1 'C .El . 4 ' I ltr 40 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square PR5-6721 Football. Basketball JIM GANS 749 Meacham Avenue Elmont LOI-8456 Art Honor Society LILLIAN GAROFALO B02 Corona Ave. Valley Stream B25-5322 IRA GEFFNER 609 Wyngate Drive W Valley Stream LOI-7951 Varsity Wrestling LYNN D. GOLDFARB 778 Fatt Place Franklin Square IV5-I632 Activities Editor '7I Chariot. est National Honor Society WALTER GOLDSCHMIDT 90 Gold Place Malverne LY9-57BI Drama. Bio Club MATT GOODSTEIN 757 Doughty Avenue Franklin Square lV3-I762 Indoor Track. Outdoor WARREN GOSDIN l030 Frances Drive Valley Stream VA5-8203 Varsity Soccer JUDY GOTLIEB 5 Gold Circle Malverne S99-B34I LOIS GOULET 669 Arcadian Avenue North Valley Stream 825-7864 Secretary I2th Grade. rus DEBORAH GRAHAM 79l Wyngate Drive Valley Stream LOI-9634 CAROL GRANT I I7 Scarclitte Drive Malverne LY9-9422 ROBERT GRASSICK 4I Audrey Avenue Elmont LOI-9 I47 Track, J.V. Football Grey Br Gelcl Hi-Y, Cho- GEORGE GROSSMANN Prom Chairman. 970 Wooclclitt Drive Franklin Square VA5-3709 Biology Research Club, French Honor Society NOEL GUARDI 707 Lawrence Street Elmont VAS-7697 North Star Art Editor, Band. Orchestra PATRICIA M. HAGAN 42 Slabey Avenue Malverne LYS-5387 Slci Club DARLENE F. HAGEN BIS Magnolia Drive Franklin Square IV9-443I Ottice Aide, Volleyball. G.O. Store RUTH HALLBERG IO4I Sherman Drive Franklin Square B25-7366 Maiorettes. Head Maiorette. Chorus JIM HAWTHORNE 971 Southern Drive Franklin Square LOI-8206 Black 8: Green Hi-Y, Publicity Editor '7l Char- iot. Wrestling WENDY HEUMAN 792 Gehrig Avenue Franklin Square 599-4061 Publicity Editor '7I Chariot. Green Bi Black Hi- Y. One Act Play Contest PATRICIA JOAN HICKEY 702 Hewlett Street Franklin Square 4Bl-3734 Rangerettes. Grey 8: Gold Hi-Y RICHARD H. HIRSCH 909 Warner Road Valley Stream B25-43b4 DAN HOESCH l90 Woods Avenue Malverne LY9-6848 Track. Cross-Country, Indoor Track BILL HOESCH l90 Woods Avenue Malverne LY9-6849 LARRY HORN 579 Bernice Road Franklin Square FL4-6053 BARBARA HOROWITZ I l22 Park Lane North Franklin Square VA5-6072 Circulation Manager Muse. Grey Br Gold .Hi-Y, Concern ELIZABETH HUBE I08 Doncaster Road Malverne LY3-2894 MARGARET LEIGH INTERMOR 44 Chestnut Street Malverne LY3-b32I President Blue Xt Black Hi-Y, Gymnastics DAVID JESSEN 757 Seabury Avenue Franklin Square IVB-4B9b Band, Orchestra. Guitar C MICHAEL JOHNELL l263 Barry Drive South North Valley Stream 56l-0369 TIM KAHN ISI Legion Place Malverne LY9-6I02 ROBIN SUE KALDER l065 Lorraine Drive Franklin Square GE7 5539 National Honor Societ Gold Hi Y BOB KALSTO 845 Southern Drive Franklin Square Lol 9682 J V Wrestling KENNY KAPLOWITZ I I47 Fark Lane North Franklin Square B25 3083 Sigma Delta Tau H1 Y JOANNE KARLIN II8 Linden Street Malvarne 593 7797 lub Green Key Grey Br Co chairman Forum Day Publicity Editor Muse Ski Club ARNOLD KARR B03 Third Avenue Franklin Square 352 4849 Dramatncs National Honor Society Green Key FRANCIS KEAN B43 Herman Avenue Franklin Square IV9 2794 Vice President Ilth Grade Homeroom Pres: ent DEBBIE KEARNEY SBO Martin Road Franklin Square 328 3124 Student Council Historian Phi Beta Chi r Honor Society 9 il 222 1-ng 1 -hw' HENRY KELSTON I08B Scott Drive Valley Stream VA5-7422 Drama. Band. National Honor Society KEVIN KENNEALLY 8l6 Home Street Elmont LO!-I738 MARC KERNER 777 Fatt Place Franklin Square IVB-b9I9 J.V. Football, Varsity Basketball, Business ager '7l Chariot EDWARD KERZNER l306 Barry Drive South Valley Stream B25-7994 Treasurer I lth Grade. Varsity Soccer, Track KATHLEEN KING 667 Lawrence Street Elmont LOI-094I Math Tutor Spanish Chariot NORMAN KLEIN 769 Cratt Avenue Franklin Square IV6 2952 PAUL KLEPPAN IO64 Robin Road Franklin Square VAS IS64 DAN D KLIMKOWSKI 949 Park Lane North Franklin Square LOI 6lb6 BOB KOEGLER IOBI Woodclitt Drive Franklin Square RICHARD T KOPECKY 776 Bayberry Road Franklin Square VA5 2303 lub Typrng Editor SA FT Captain J V Baseball National Hon Society VALERIE KRALL l37B Barry Drive Wes Valley Stream B25 7006 North Star Circulation Editor Slu Club Green Black Hi Y FRANCES KRAUS l3l0 Dutch Broadway Elmont LOI BB59 THOMAS R KULL Bl Ambrose Avenue Malverne LY9 3854 Varsity Baseball Varsity Football Varsity Club fa.. s 9 4 K s L I I . C 1 . . .7 - YA I , . , y d , . i ' ' gm ' . . .'f"5iilli IIN, P . S o Q xx Y , E t . I . -an ,ly Si iw -NX. j I . A ag-W. -477-5 .fjj I ff f A, 4 F LD LANDR ESS cwer Avenue n Square 23 ccer. Varsity Baseba EY LANGER rry Drive West Stream 594 LAWRENCE wrence Street t 768 II. Teacher's Aida BETH LAWRENCE wrence Street I' 768 LECH artin Road in Square 876 -Country. Track RT LEE oodclitt Drive lin Square B05 ll. Bowling Team .T., French Honor Society. Bio Research ANIE LEHMANN rcadian Avenue Valley Stream 46l erettes. Chorus, Homeroorn Treasurer E LETTOW Park Lane North lin Square 2576 ERT LEIMSIDER almetto Drive lin Square 343 rtlsing Editor '7I Cha riot. Prom Chairman. otLigl1tinq and A.V. IN LEVER Hewlett Street klin Square 207 ern IEL LEVINE Brower Avenue lclin Square I9I0 NIE LEVINE Linden Street y Strearn 0560 ont Council Vice President. North Star Fea- Editor, Drama ALL LIEBERMAN Wyngate Drive West Stream J.V. Track. Indoor Track ELLIOT LIEBNER 7l4 Byron Avenue Franklin Square IV3-8226 ALICE LINDER 58 Parlrwold Drive South Valley Stream 825-4773 District Orchestra. District Chorus. Drama PATRICIA LITTLE ,Ml I., Rl It I9 Linden Street Malverne LY3-7838 Art Club MICHAEL LODESPOTO I082 Frances Drive Valley Stream 872-8246 EVELYN LOPEZ IOO Wolf Avenue Malverne 887-9562 'I Rangerettes. Spanish Club, Home Economics Club RICHARD LOWENSTEIN 797 East Gate North Valley Stream LOI-I85l Vice President I2th Grade Soccer SCOTT LUCKOW 899 Catalpa Drive Franklin Square IV9-465l . Varsity Golf. Varsity Varsity Football Capt., Varsity Wrestling Capt, National Honor Society JAMES LULEWICH 992 Lorraine Drive Franklin Square FL2-0742 ERIC LUSTGAETEN I5 Gold Circle Malverne LY3-7523 MARGARET J. LYONS 586 Bernice Road Franklin Square PR5'3558 Twirling. Chorus. Grey Xi White Hi-Y THOMAS MADDOCK 998 Woodclitt Drive Franklin Square LOI-7599 Varsity Football. Varsity Wrestling. Junior Car- nival Chairman PAUL MAGDALIN B03 East Gate North Valley Stream LOI-7832 National Honor Society. Green Key. North Star Asst. Sports Editor VICKI MAIORELLO 99 Linden Street Malverne 599-082i NEIL MAKSTEIN 647 Seabury Avenue Franklin Square IVI-3456 Varsity Cross-Country, Varsity Wrestling, Va,-si. ty Track JOHN MALLALIEU B71 Chestnut Street Franklin Square IV9-6793 Varsity Soccer. Black Br Green I-Ii-Y, Varsity Track RICHARD MANZIONE I7 Willow Place Malverne LY9-2360 J.V. Football, Varsity Football HOWARD L. MARCUS 74 Morris Avenue West Malverne 599-0599 JOANNE MARONE bl Woods Avenue Malverne LY9-l07l GIOIA MARTELLO 466 Cornwell Avenue Malverne LY3-2973 ANDREW MAYER 752 Magnolia Drive Franklin Square IV9-8734 LINDA MELEGA I5 Pickett Court Malverne LY9-I l7H Homeroom Treasurer, Teacher's Aide CURT MELHORN I064 Jerome Road Franklin Square S6l-7567 Wrestling. Chess Club KEITH MEYER 878 Chestnut Street Franklin Square 538-7l66 North Star Statt, Bowling, Baseball ANN MIANO 556 Seminole Drive Franklin Square FL2-4004 Ski Club FATRICE l. MICHAELSON 958 Ascan Street Valley Stream VA5-2686 Circulation Editor '7I Chariot. Teachefs Aide Spanish Club MARY MIKOL l068 Chestnut Street Valley Stream 223 825-I725 DENISE MILLER 959 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square B25-0735 CARL MINIO 766 Cypress Drive Franklin Square IV5'0404 MARJORIE MITLIN 79l Cornwell Avenu e lV9-B849 Hockey Club, Tennis SUSAN OBST 997 Shelburne Drive Franklin Square B25-Q579 Chorus. Thela Sigma Delia, A.F.S. KATHY O'NElLL B05 Connie Lane Elmonl' VAS-8513 Rangerelfes, Hi-Y Hislorian Indoor Track JIMMY PRIESTON 849 Corona Avenue Norrh Valley Sfream VA5-3420 J.V. Soccer. J.V, Wreslling, J.V. Track JAY EVERETT FRONT B87 Barry Drive Wesf Valley Slream 872-3008 Ski Club Presidenl. Sporls Edilor '7l Chariol. Sigma Della Phi Presidenl Malverne LY9-62I5 Drama. Chorus. Green Xi Black Hi-Y ELLEN OSTER 958 Laurel Place Valley Slream SHIELA KYOKO MIURA LOI-7878 Art Honor Society President. Cheerleader. ll30 Scclf Drive Norlh Valley Stream 872-3075 STEVEN A. MORGENSTERN Layoul Sfaii '7l Charior DIANE PACCIANO l364 G Slreef Elmonf 647 Byron Avenue Franklin Square lV3-8514 Norfh Sfar Edilor-in- Play ALAN MORTIMER 45 Audrey Avenue Elmonl B25-2384 CHARLIE MUELLER IJ34 N Sli-eel Elmonf 825-04l3 Varsify foolball. J.V. DIANNE NARO I365 Sfephan Place Norlh Valley Slream VAS-I l54 Business Honor Socie Teacher's Aide JOANNE NEARY I036 Jerome Road Franklin Square l.Ol-IOBB Rangerelles. Track. S Chief, Dremalics. One-acl Baseball, Varsity Club ly. Home Economics Club. oflball Team MARGUERITE NICHOLAS 952 Seulhern Drive Franklin Square VA5-0023 Chorus, Gymnasfics, Black Si Blue Hi-Y GERALD NIEDERBERGER 704 Audrey Avenue Elrnoni VA5-7457 STEVEN NIXON i070 Lorraine Drive Franklin Square PR5-6l79 DAVID A. NORTH 733 Brower Avenue Franklin Square 224 FL2-4297 JOHN PALLADINO I57B Dulch Broadway Elmonf VA5-5439 Varsity Rifle Team. J.V. Foofball MICHAEL PANNULLO 569 Meacham Avenue Elmonf 352-l752 Band. Orcheslra MARIANNA PAVLAK 7l8 Home Slreel Elmonl 825-B829 Rangerelfes. Teacher's Aide, Home Economics Club CHRISTINE PECORELLA lOl Linden Sfreef Malverne LY9-5094 Blue 81 Black HIAY. Teacher's Aide CAROLINE A. PEPITONE 669 Wyngala Drive Wes? Valley Sfream VAS-3939 Volleyball. Worked in G.O. Slore. ,Office Aide RICHARD PETERS B57 Hemlock Slreel Franklin Square 486-4l I4 MARSHA PINNER 9l8 Ascan Sfreel Valley Sfream Lol-7997 Cheerleader. Circulalion Edifor '7l Chariof. Green X: Black Hi-Y GREGORY PRIESTON B43 Corona Avenue Norrh Valley Sfream LOI-9420 AL PUKNAT 67 Bond Avenue Malverne LY3-8353 KENNETH RABACH 23 Norlh King Sfreer Malverne 593-74I3 SEAN REARDON 30 Ross Court Malverne LY9-9390 JANET REGONINI lO33 Fairway Road Franklin Square 825-433i DENIS RENDA 993 Ferngale Drive Franklin Square FL44435 Varsily Wreslling, J.V. Soccer. Omeq Della JAMES REPKA 801 Lawrence Sireer Elmonl VAS-5203 ANNE RINKES l0lB Fairway Road Franklin Square B25-0683 Rangerelles. Volleyball. Teacher's Aide LORENE RIPAK 93l Barry Drive Wesl Valley Slrearn VA5-B567 Fashion Design Club, Teacher's Aid Bela Chi H isrorian DIANE ROSENBERG I5 Audrey Avenue Elmonl VAS-0I2O Typing Edifor '7l Chariof. Honor and Baskeiball MIKE ROSSETTI 776 Corona Avenue Valley Slream 825-4396 SUSAN ROTH 998 Windermere Road Franklin Square 825-3349 Rangerefles. Hi-Y KEN ROTNER BI6 Wes? Gare Valley Sfream B25-2208 Norih Sfar Sporls Edifor, Varsily Soccer Golf SHELLY RUBIN B30 Willow Road Franklin Square IV9-6092 National Honor Sociefy Secrefary Gr - 4-. Dramalics Presidenf, Moralorium Commiflee PAULA SACKS 776 Willow Road Franklin Square 4B3-0243 Nafional Honor Sociefy, English Honor S French Honor Sociefy DIANE THOMPSON ROBERT ZANTAY HARD SCOTT SALTUS Gold Circle lverne -6527 g Council. Photography Club AN SALZMAN Willow Road nltlin Square -2l I7 BERT H. SALZMAN 5 Willow Road nlrlin Square -2l I7 oss-Country WARD SAMUELS 7 Herman Avenue nlilin Square I-B6I0 atheletes. Math Tutor ARIE ANN SARCHIAPONE 5 Chestnut Street alvarne 3-SSI4 amatics. One Act Play. North Star ARILYN SATTLER Baltour Street lley Stream 5-8007 TER SAYRE 8 Ascan Road anlclin Square I-0586 udent Council Treasurer, Advertisement Edi- r '7l Chariot. Varsity Cross-Country AN SCHMITT 2 Wyngate Drive West alley Stream 25-6531 JULIE SHEINBERG I098 Scott Drive Valley Stream B25-7935 Circulation Editor '7I Chariot. Omega Pi Epsi- lon, A.F.S. LARRY SIEGLER 727 Brower Avenue Franlnlin Square IV9-96lO Photography Editor '7I Chariot. English Honor Society, French Honor Society THERESA SIGNORETTI I396 O Street Elmont VAS-7337 Ilth Grade Historian. Teacher's Aide JUDY SKOLNICK 684 Cratt Avenue Malverne IV5-4847 Blue Ei White Hi-Y. Ra SAL STANZIONE B29 Connie Lane Elmont 825-5516 Football. Wrestling, O LINDA STARKER 727 Craft Avanus Franlclin Square IV3-0380 BRUCE STONE Art Statf '7I Chariot. ngerettes mega Gamma Delta 68I Wyngata Drive West Valley Stream 825-2570 Ritlery. A.V. Squad i-Y. Chorus. Slii Club ICHARD N. SCHONBERG 30 Gold Place alverne Y3- I 753 arsity Wrestling, Varsity Ten AL SCLAFANI 77 Willow Road ranlslin Square 9-6064 ERALDINE SCUDERO 375 Stephen Place alley Stream nis. Varsity Golt A5-6793 angerettes. Volleyball. Blue Br Black Hi-Y Vice resident ' SQ'-I,t'iT l :- ' A I 'F Tllrliili. . gs . - 'Ili' . V Q 531. . -if IH.-. 14' 'f 'ig -Q Q' , . V ii V , no . 6: I L. . X 1 . Y- we LORRAINE SELLE 942 Donald Place North Valley Stream Lol-9424 RICHARD SEWARD I365 Leonard Way Valley Stream LOI-B907 7l Orbach Avenue Malverne LY9-B767 Volleyball. Blue 8: Blacli Hi-Y DONALD TOTORIELLO 544 Morris Drive Valley Stream GE7-3532 Baseball JAMIE TOSH 628 Patterson Avenue Franklin Square IV9-2735 Gymnastics. Band. Homeroom President ELEANOR E. TREZZA 705 Herman Avenue DEBORAH TYCZ 729 Lanore Lane Elmont Lol-6869 Ottice Aide DONNA UNTERMAN I l33 Ferngate Drive Franklin Square 488-464-I BARBARA VAN WAGNER l3OB G Street Valley Stream 775-OI96 Business Honor Society. Chain JOHN VAN WAGNER l308 G Street Valley Stream PRS-OI96 RONALD VENTRIGLIA LOI-ZI73 Varsity Soccer. Varsity G GENE VINIK I I Dolores Place Malverne LY9-7234 Teacher's Aide. Daisy lee Club Student Council President. Student Council Vice-President. Varsity Wrestling LEONARD VITALE 660 Meacham Ave Elmont 437-4398 PAUL WAGNER I069 Parli Lane North Franlnlin Square LOI-7525 Varsity Soccer, Varsity Track SUSAN WATERS 670 Wyngate Drive East Valley Stream LOI-7205 Tracls. Varsity Indoor Ranqerettes. Guidance Office. Teacher's Aide CHRISTINE WATT 690 Sprague Avenua Franklin Square lVI-5729 IRENE WAY 966 Shelburne Drive Franlilin Square VA5-20I5 DEBRA WEINGER 459 Morris Drive 'Wi-I Franlclin Square IV9-0925 DENISE TRONOLONE 859 Rasweiler Blvd. Franlilin Square IV9-B879 Library Aide. Office Aide, Blue 8: White Hi-Y Valley Stream FL2-7I40 Maicrettes. Chorus. Omega Pi Epsilon REMY WELLING IO46 Frances Drive Valley Stream LOI-77I8 Franch Club President. Literary Editor '7l Char- iot, French Honor Society STEPHEN WELNER 838 Doughty Avenue Franlilin Square lV5-I682 Homaroom Vice President. ERIC WOLINSKY 74 Gold Place Malverne Varsity Baslcetlaall. Literary Cross-Country MARGIE L. WOOD 55 Adair Court Malverne LY9-4I08 Grey Bi Gold Hi-Y. District rus. Home Economics Club ELIZABETH WOODRUFF 876 Dogwood Avenue Franlilin Square 486-2539 Home Economics Club. Te White Hi-Y MICHAEL YASHIN ll7I Kelly Court Valley Stream 6 LOI-0048 SUSAN YOUNG 997 Woodclitt' Drive Franklin Square 872-B423 807 Cypress Drive Franlrlin Square IV9-8709 MARIE A. ZAPPIA I596 Dutch Broadway Elmont VA5-l635 A K Hi-Y. Soccer Editor '7l: Chariot, Music Festival Cho- acher's Aide. Blue Bi D,E.C.A., Toacher's Aide. Unlinowns Convention ANNE ZIPSER Morbach Ave. Malverne LY3-2066 Concern. One Act Plays. Chorus RICHARD NEIL ZUFLACHT 695 Cornwell Avenue Malverne LY3-BOIB Editor-in-Chief '7I Chariot. Photography Editor '70 Chariot. Student Union MICHAEL ZUTLER IOO4 Harold Court Franklin Square 825-4062 Party Chairman J f 1 5 1, ph- .AN fx: 4 . . 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Ecology-minded sTudenTs organized a program inviTing speakers Trom such groups as Zero PopulaTion GrowTh To Friends oT The EarTh. The iunior Carnival provided The chance Tor us To consider less urgenT problems. To enjoy ourselves and The Time oT year. AHjZf'1Zf:,f'fC r 'L iT? - 'mx' 'P Lx, is. 159. ' 1 .V ,Hp Q' gig ix. ' 2 Q 'ie 32, . 162. ' 4 J '3- "! .fm 1 ,- Nw X I 230 zz' , , ,Z 5 1.33 O '? Q.. 1 1. , X I .K w , r 'EH "LONG TIME GONE" "Speak our You've gof +o 'speak ou'r againsf Hue madness. You go+ 'ro speak your mind If you dare Buf don'+, no don'+ Don'+ Try To qef yourself elecfed If you do you' had beffer cu+ your hair." David Crosby 4.4, ....4r6'-N " "- ,,. .I..f ---1-V--""""' r 7. ,AY .3--f-'fir-L ' 'T :'LT ri ' - z "il . 1 I .. V" ' "America" V. . . and walked offqro look for America." Paul Simon 4: T1. "Fly, V-I-C-T-0-R-Y THAT'S OUR SPARTAN BATTLE CRY! 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