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Rocketing into a galaxy of scientific
discovery and adventure is the SCI-
ENCE CLUB, sponsored by Mr. Phil-
lip Ferguson and Mr. Chester Harris.
Row 1: Barbara Rosenfeld, Jeffrey Katz, Janet
Bassist, Bill Piltzer, Sandra Zatz, Merritt Can-
way, Marilyn Freeman, Charles Nelson, Riva
Wenig, Dale O'Donnell.
Row 2: Mr. C. Harris, Jan Jaffe, Chris Dailey,
Marie Rodriguez, Jacqueline Wolfberg, Randy
Mcllwain, Lydia Morrison, Bruce Gillies, Har-
riet Leon, Brad Butler, Mr. Ferguson, Stefe
The world of self-expression and
artistic creativity is explored by the
ART CRAFTS CLUB, sponsored by
Miss Margaret Acheson.
Row I: Miss Achesan, Beverly Seskin, Thea
Babad, Judy Samuels, Anne Bersinger, Bar-
bara Rosenfeld, Louise Stein.
Row 2: Dawn Evanchuk, Marlene Behar, Sonia
Messirian, Linda Ventura, Mary Triest, Donna
Dardick, Janet Bassist.
Row 3: Caroline Hall, Barbara Russell, Harry
Knight, Marie Hackstaff, Alan Eskovitz,
Blanche McClure, Tova Babad, Barbara Leh-
J.B.'s torso-twisters and he-men
'Find undiscovered muscles and put
them to work at the GYM CLUB,
sponsored by Mr. Harry Berlin.
Row 1: Jon Gage, Maury Davidson, Bobby
Row 2: Bob Knopf, Art Rolston, Marc Klein,
Jack Ditlove, Ronnie Lieberman, Ronny Marks.
Row 3: Barry Schway, Elliot Marks, Gary
Frank, Edward Stein, Lee Schultz, Bob Hughes,
Row 4: Jim Colwell, Al Ackerman, Al Eisen,
Dave Goldstein, Bob Swartz, Jack Cooper-
man, Jeff Stern, Jim Hines, Mr. Berlin.
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Instruments up, classl Ready, begin. The SENIOR ORCHESTRA, trained and conducted by Mrs. Eileen Wingard,
provides music for special occasions.
Row 'l: Martin Stein, Carla Haskell, Bill Raskoff, Norman Burba, Dale O'Donnell, Mary Stickles, Rochelle Rosman, Vivian Naiiar, Mrs. Wlngard.
Row 2: Murray Abrams, Isa Ashdown, Eric Avazian, Jackie Wolfberg, Ben Abramowitz, Judy Bachrach, Steven Silverman, Sue Schrager, Aaron
Show, Penny Chan, Neil Fond, Joel Stein, Michael Ginzberg, Barry Schway.
Row 3: Marvin Lotz, Jane Beal, David Lewin, Suzanne Hoskins, Melvyn Resnick, Dianne Plummer, John Clegg, Lynn Loehr, John Lombardi, Mary
L. Aufhauser, Chris Martin, Ethel Wellman.
Row 4: Kenneth Perry, Katie Silverman, Steven Whittman, Betty Schroeder, Robert Bergman, Dorothy Elliott, Morris Lewinson, Elise Blair, lra
Gale, Marcy'Schwartz, Richard Lieber, Inger Mornestam.
Row 5: Fred Gould, Phyllis Arnold, Alan Bercutt, Carol Goldberg, Byron Buck, Brenda Friedman, Spencer Chilk, Joyce McBride, Cary Dolinko,
Shirley Levenson, Maury Davidson, Claire Goff.
Row 6: Jim Hunt, Larry Cossid, Jerry Raphael, Steven Bernstein.
Strike up the band! The J.B. BAND, under the baton of Mrs. Eileen Wingard, plays for assemblies and sports
Raw 1: Jack Ditlore, Rickie Boehme, Mike Attic, Tim Schiff, Chuck Morris, Andy Jackson, Joel Robbins, Ronald Diamond, Bert Berman, Barry
Sherman, Stephen Ritt, Peter Atkins, Mrs. Wlngard.
Row 2: Susan Robinson, Leonard Saposnek, Larry Lowenkron, Harold Kirman, Kenneth Krichman, Gilbert Conn, James Enclman, Jimmy Jacob-
son, Dennis Golob, Harvey Lane.
Row 3: Walter Stoufer, Henry Stuppy, Kenneth Weinberg, Charles Nelson, Dickie Carroll, Sam Rubinfeld, Bob Nathanson, Jimmy Crowe, Bev-
erly Campbell, Barbara Russell, Lynn Maclow.
Rowh 4:1 Stuart Shayne, Jay Schaeffer, David Urstein, Jeff Louis, Richard Salinger, Paul Farber, Elliot Wax, Marc Sher, Kenneth Norden, Mark
Rap ae .
Row 5: Manus Pinkwater, Len Bauer, Norman Cohen, Janet Orner, Stephen Wolfson, Arthur Martin, Walker Strauss, Jeff Tamkin, Jon Gage,
John Millott, James Lcrcl.
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Beware Jack Kramer and "Little
Mo!" Future champs of the TENNIS
CLUB, sponsored by Mrs. Loretta
England, are after your la-urels.
Row 1: Jonathon Elsky, Alon Rose, Jerry
Pransky, Roger Levoy.
Row 2: Debie Kossiday, Louise Coraco, Ann
Iverson, Christine Adams, Christine Geiger,
Judi Fittinger, Gilda Wasserman, Charlene
Teed, Judy Levenson, Mary Bodle, Barbara
Row 3: Mrs. England, Karen Kirchoff, Kenny
Malamed, Steffy Weinberg, Fred Meyer, Jan
Jaffe, Stephen Overture, Kathy Cole, Linda
Sturges, Marilyn Freeman, Ina Schrieber.
Row 4: Elmer Blanck, Kathy Zeller, Jack
Metalsky, Linda Heller, Royce Whitely, Diane
Birkholz, Mickey McBain, Karen Johnson, Eu-
All kinds of tubes, condensers, dials,
knobs, and buttons that go into
modern radios are put into them by
members of the RADIO CLUB, spon-
sored by Mr. Richard Bell.
Row I: Mr. Bell, Peter Frankel, Billy Raskoff,
Dennis Kessler, Mel Froman, Joel Pyenson,
David Tasker, Leonard Urlik.
Row 2: David Schwartz, Jay Kopman, Larry
Lowenkron, Robert Knopf, Victor Kaye, Mike
Sidell, John Lauer, Irv Boime.
Row 3: David Finkelstein, Mickey McBain,
Alan Eskovitz, Richard Lutske, Carl Blau,
George Yeakel, Andy Dithridge.
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