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WE BUILD A BETTER BURROUGHS
SCHOLARSHIP: We're in school to learn, and it's up to us to take advantage of the opportunity for an education.
By cooperating with others, we can create a better classroom situation. Grades aren't everything, although they do
show what we know about the subject. A student may feel that a "C" is an average grade and that he shouldn't try
for higher goals. By trying to gain more knowledge rather than to receive better grades we can achieve these higher
goals. Listening in class and participating in discussions are keys to learning. By attempting to gain knowledge we can
build a better Burroughs.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Students are the most important factor in student government. Although we elect home-
room presidents to represent us and school officers to lead us, they cannot work unless we, the student body, assist.
Our ideas are the basis of school government. Without our ideas and suggestions this school government could not
exist. lt is our duty to elect officers capable of leading us and of promoting a friendly feeling throughout the school.
Although these people represent us in the leadership classes, we, too, can participate in the government of our school.
Senior Council Lab was organized to give us, the students, a chance to voice our opinions on the problems of our school.
Thus, student government also helps to build a better, more democratic Burroughs.
SAFETY: The Space Legion was organized for a purpose: to keep John Burroughs safe and free from accidents. This
group has made school safety rules and it is up to us to fallow them. They are for our own good and we should try to
abide by them, There are four organizations, Space Patrol, Solar Patrol, Space Cadets, and Solarons, to enforce these
rules. Besides enforcing the rules, these organizations attempt to promote a healthful attitude toward safety through-
out the school. We, by realizing the importance of safety in our lives, can help to build a better, safer Burroughs.
ORGANIZATION: There are many types of school organizations and we should choose ones suited to our interests.
They are available for our benefit and it is up to us to make them successful. Participation is essential in all organi-
gations. We should try to attend meetings as often as possible and to make ourselves part of the group by adding our
ideas and suggestions. The object of the organizations is to provide an interesting and profitable use of our leisure
time. To create an atmosphere of good human relations, it is necessary for every member of each group to cooperate.
ln this way organizations help to build a better Burroughs.
FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY: These qualities are and should be qualities of John Burroughs. We should realize
that friendliness is very important in our lives. Our friendliness can open the door to a new friendship. The Hospitality
Club was organized to promote more friendliness throughout the school and to welcome new students. Although cliques
are ever present, we have realized that they create a serious problem and have tried to correct it, Courtesy also is very
important to us. ln the surrounding community, the courtesy of J.B. students reflects on our school. A few students can
make an unfavorable reputation for the entire school. On busses and in public places we can do our best to make o
favorable impression. Friendliness and courtesy are the two very important factors in our school spiri.t. By creating a
friendly and courteous attitude toward others, we can build o better Burroughs.
SPORTSMANSHIP AND HONESTY: On the athletic field and in the classroom, sportsmanship is important. We should
realize that we are responsible for our grades, We should learn to accept them and not blame the teacher. On the
athletic field, we should learn to respect the referee's decision. Honesty also is very important in our lives. A student
who is honest is respected by his fellow students. When we receive a high mark dishonestly, we are not only cheating
others by raising the class average, but we are cheating ourselves. Honesty and sportsmanship throughout the school
can provide an opportunity to learn, for everyone. Thus, sportsmanship and honesty can build a better Burroughs.
SERVICE: It is very imaptrant for us to serve our school, For the more we put in, the more we get out of it. There are
many service groups that we can join. These groups assist in helping the school day run smoothly. They are actually
the unsung heroes of our school. We can help in our own way, by attempting to obey rules and to make life more
pleasant for those around us. We also can serve our school by cooperating with others to provide better learning con-
ditions in our classrooms. By serving our school, also, we can build a better Burroughs.
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SECURITY COUNCIL, sponsored by Mr. Carter, is mode up of I3
A9's, seven girls ond six boys, including the Commissioner of Safety
Dorolyn Kohn. They ore the governing body of the Space Legion.
naw lr Bonnie carwin, Daralyn Kahn, lziehard Kuhn.
Row II: Eugene weisr, Suzanne aanlr, oail Brayernran, Mareia wieselrnan, Mr. carier.
Raw iiir Larry Koran, Rufh Oldsfein, narisara Alvmcn, sieye Davis, Bill Soghor, Marry
SPACE CADETS, sponsored by Mr, Corfer, is composed of A8 boysond girls who control the holl traffic ond keep the bike rocks in order.
Row la Daralyn Kahn, Morly Bisrhafv, Suzanne Bank.
Raw II: Gale Garden, Maxine Teemon, Ellen Berick, Bonnie Barns, Beverly Braffrnan, Jane! Meyerx, Alun Newrnan, David Mizrahi, Reber! Esaeave, Melvin Marknian.
Raw lllr sylvia C-abler, .lean Finernan, Caral Dalre, lanna srnaller, Rnberfc Cairn, ldalee Adel, Jeffrey Widen, Bah Schwartz, sandy Cepluir, Jess Murkey.
Row IV: Harlane Blaek, Larraine Karen, Jill Glassrnan, Susan Ness, Puulu Kcrzmcn, Irene Dubai, Phyllis Goldberg, Sherry Johnston, Phillip Marshrey, Andy Marius, Bernard
Rosen, Mr. Carver.
Raw vs Alice Icniro, Judy Liehrnan, Gale Kenney, linda Randall, Caral Horlick, Caral Alsaey, Marilyn Jahnsan, Mike Lerner, Harry Friedrnan, Gary Finkel, Jane Gilbert, Nancy
Raw VI: Dale Ross, Karen l-laherrnan, Eden Zidell, Phyllis Erlirh, Enniee Binder, Arnold Gaskin, Barry Magnusson, Edgar Hall, Sue wang, Dale kadney, Marilyn Klein.
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The SOLARONS, sponsored by Mr. No-
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Raw is charles Rabin, Dick Teyrizian, Maggie Lighr,
Jackie Nulhan, Daralyn Kahn, Eugene Weiss, Ruth
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new II: Mr. Nararian, Shirley Szhulfx, Charlnile
lzaisinfeld, Zinc Lubinger, Barbara Fagan, Elaine
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Row III: lzanald Cohen, Sally Gill, Roberiu Sigolcf,
Nancy Kalaw, Soeahanie srhnllrnan, Susan Shapira,
Adrienne Ehre, Louise vernan, sasan Forster, shiela
caan, Roberta Pine, Arlene Dnlsafi, Julia Teiielbuum.
Raw lv: l-laward rishlres, Margarer Blair, Marilyn
Sfiilmun, Panl Crum, nirlr srair, Marvin Brooks,
Sheldon Kahn, Darlene Segal, Susan Shapiro, linda
Aivshul, Blassarn wisen, linda nernran, iahy Kaa-
lan, Barbara Harley, Maxine Avery, Carlo wilens.
naw vi Roberi calnian, Frederick riresrane, Barry
Blain, Joseph Stern, Arnold Perkins, Mike Nober,
Cynthia De Mille, Linda iiagdal, Edwin vannaelsan,
Phillip shearer, Phillia Arshinoff.
Raw VI: Rodger Blaelr, Allen Taran, Ninia Fnnrlr-
Jorgensen, Arrhnr Berlowifz, Allan Metzger, Jael -
Piahl, Mike Piehl. i sr-
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The BURR STAFF consists of students from the journalism and art
service classes. Their planning and preparation result' in the fine
BURRS distributed each semester.
Row I: Myrna Dorshkirid, Linda Yeomans.
Row II: Miss Eisner, Ken Feldman, Miss Lindsay, Jerry Mast,
The ART SERVICE CLASS, sponsored by Miss Eisner, provides many comical drawing that
make the BURR so interesting and attractive, Members also plan and decorate the main
Row I: Betty Wirick, John Crawford, Eileen Smith.
new II: Maxine reernen, linda Dill, Michelle seelrin, Sue wane, leyee Jereelew, Carole Janeen.
Row III: Eden Zidell, Sue Kushner, Hope lzen, Linda Yeomans, Bonnie Parvin, Paula Kollman, Miss Eisner.
Row IV: lirdy lienlenfeld, lererne c-eedley, lay Crane, Ken reldrnen, Myrna ndreiikind, Ellen Siegel, Linde aeedel,
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Gail srnverrndn, Linda veerndne, sdrberd Segal,
sdrbdrd snyder, Richard cfdrdner, siepnen Cohen.
Row II: lzielidrd Maullin, Ronald Kirdere, Bill Knell,
Merlnne Zeitman, Judy Friend, isdrry Meer, Steve
aeirer, Dolores Ramirez.
low Ill: Mike cdnnnn, Bill lerried, linda segddl,
Ninia renemergeneen, Myrna oerelilrind, Ruth old.
soein, Kathy Titelman, Gerald Meer, Ted sneer,
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