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Table of Contents Introduction....

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The People....... 24 The Y e a rs......... 120 A d s........................177 Senior Index....196

W e are all exposed to change. Each day, something new occurring, changing, for better or for worse. These past three years w e have been a part of many changes, here at Colum bia and in the world around us.

W e are the first class to graduate under the house plan

1972

1973

1974

W e have experienced three principals, three superintendents, the new English plan

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hour-after-hour routine

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some looked for opportunities elsewhere w e had more students graduate early than ever before

I d o have fond memories of Columbia High School. During my two years there were the few wonderful spirit-saving teachers and the classroom experiences they created. And rewarding, too, were the satisfying friendships formed there. Unfortunately, other factors were dominant. When I realized I had a choice to make, I looked at the black and white. Ultimately, it came down to two different ways to spend time: one year of frustration, pressure and too-frequent boredom, or one year of adventure, challenge and education. I made me an offer I couldn't refuse. Jolie Solomon

O TH ER EARLY G R A D U A TES Terri Balash Andy Chirls Susan Churchill Laurie Convissor Ellen Dinerman Glen Dubler Jane Getter Susan Grayson

Allan Kessler Joe Kogel Susan Lindeman Maureen O'Conner Felice Ross Arthur Selsky Andy Schiller Paul Schindel

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CH A N G E: change in government, the world

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School dis steps to Santa Claus will bring an extra gift to the kids and teach ers of the South Orange-Maplewood school district this holiday season because the schools will be closed until Jan. 7 following the Christmas recess - a three-day state-mandated extension because of the national fuel shortage. The State Department of Education ruled the ex-

affecting us here: the long cold winter

trict takes save fuel tension of the school holiday last week and the local Board of Education will m ake several major changes of its own to con­ serve fuel. According to Dr. John Woodbury, superintendent of schools, all public meetings of tjie Board of Education in Decem ber. January, February and March - beginning with Monday’s public meeting will be held at 8 p.m. in the cafeteria of Columbia High School.

ROBBI L. ADAMS

M ALCOLM AINSLIE Off't with South Orange; right with Vermont.

SANDY ALLISON

LINDA EVA ALM EIDA

Cardboard Rollers '72 . . . Seaside—25c on M O M —Sum­ mer of '73

And in much of your talking, thinking is half murdered.

CHARLES ARAKELIAN "Armenian Power"

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MARY ARLEO As one door closes another opens.

1 IT BARBARA ARNSTEN

DONNA AUCIELLO

LAUREN JEAN AULD

JOE BAEBI

My knowledge is the gift of generations before me.

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JOY BAILEY

TERRI BALASH

Look to your soul for the answer.

“Peculiarity breeds contempt"

HELEN L. BALDI You'd be surprised, there's so much to be done.

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ANNE BARTON Think Optimistic!

CAROL BENGIVENGO

TO DD BERKO

Happiness is . . . our gang and bizz forever.

SHARON BIERMANN

HELEN BLAIR

It's a beautiful world no matter how you paint it.

We can change the world; It's dying to get better.

ERIC BERMAN

BARBARA BERNZOTT

Morning . . . you are the sun­ shine of my life.

puddle-catchers . . . Brook lyn-bombers . . . Jahn's . . Brookside Vega . . . bug

JOSEPHINE BLANCUTI

DEBORAH BLASI Confuscius say, "So who is Leslie anyway?"

CHARLES E. BLAU If at first you don't succeed, try short stop.

MARK BLOU If there is a friend, there is a world.

MARY ELLEN BOGAN

MARILYN BOSCAINO

Life. It's what you make it. Good luck! Twirling, Beanie

Keep smiling . . . It makes people wonder what you're up to.

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RODNEY BOWLES

jOSELYN BRAINARD

MICHAEL R. BRANDEL

DEAN BRAUCHLI

DANIEL BREGMAN

JULIE ELISABETH BRIEF

The trouble, here, is trying to get experience from ideasC.S.

“The love of life is essentially as incommunicable as grief." Fitzgerald

NICK BRILL

NELSON G. BROWN

Don't be late, or you'll get sus­ pended, son!

PAMELA BROWN

Success, I learned, comes only if you work for it.

Think of tomorrow's dreams today, realizing the beauty of yesterday.

ROB BROWN

DON BRUTZMAN Let's bang it up, folks.

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PAUL M. BRYAN

SUSAN BUGG Not goodbye—just see ya!

BILL BURKS

DOREEN BUSICHIO

ANTHONY BUTERA

# 32 . . . my favorite number.

MICHAEL BUTTROS

THOMAS CAFFREY

Butt . . . want to race my Rambler, Pug . . .

Fear is the enemy, trust is the armor! Umph!!

DORIS J. CAMERON

BARBARA CANACE

"The gull sees farthest who flies highest."-Richard Bach

If your friends are there then everything's all right.

MICHAEL BUTKUS Non satis est puris versum perscribere verbis.

ROSEMARIE CARDILLO

GARY ELLIS CALNEY

NA CARTER Remember . . .!

Memories . . . the plan . . . 4 . . . "He's so fine." 33

MICHAEL CARTMELL

GERALD CASALE

Hey bro, let's find some baba-ba-babes! See ya in Cal Rich.

ALICE M. CASKEY

DENISE CERZA

“ Don't hurry through life . . . take time to enjoy it."

There is a time when silence is more golden than words.

TH ERESE C H E N C H A R IK

CATHERINE C. CHIU

JOYCE CHIU

Though the years pass by, memory is always in store.

CAROL CHRISTIAN

Love speaks always . . . but not always in words.

I have traveled a good deal in Columbia.

Catch a wave and you're sit­ ting on top of the world . . . loveallot.

SUSAN CHURCHILL

RICHARD CHUSID To be great is to be misunder­ stood—I am misunderstood.

JOHN CICCARONE

MICHELE CICIOLA Morning brings another sun tomorrow.

CARMEN CIFELLI

DIANE CIPOLLINI

Play soccer today; you will be proud tomorrow.

At sunrise M.R. all is well again.

CAROL CLARK " . . . So close, yet so far."

LINDA A. CLARK From here on, it should be in­ teresting . . .

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MICHAEL CLARK

CATHERINE CLAUBURG "There is a time for bith and a time for death."

MARY S. COCOZZA

GRACE COCUZZA

LINDA R. COHEN

LINDA COHEN

Down the shore "73 . . . Pedidal . . . Pat 48

"Father and Son" . . . Pine­ apples and pasta and jelly bread.

Today I don't want to live for I want to live.

I know you know what I have to say is an old cliche.

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SETH COHEN

DAVID CONN CHS's only consistency is its consistent inconsistency.

MARY COLES

CYNTHIA CONIARIS

JUDITH CONLY

Chance makes brothers, but hearts make friends . . . Memories

And I can't help wondering where I'm bound.

Silence poisons the soul. Aci­ dity to dissemble sensitivity and loneliness.

KATHLEEN A. CONROY The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.

PATTI CONROY

FRAN CONSTABLE

The language of friendships is not words but meanings.

May our love never part—D.G.

ELIZABETH CORREA “ . . . y con amor iluminar el

infinito amanecer que nos espera . . . " 38

DIANE COSTA

JOHN JAMES COUSINS We must cultivate our garden, Datta Damyata Dayadvam, Hog-Jowlin'.

DAVID COYLE Sweet bro, Psyched

WAYNE D'AMICO

PAMELA DAVIS

Will remember '74 but will never forget '67 (Corvette).

Grow old with me . . . the best is yet to come!

NANCY IRENE CUMMINGS

VIVIAN CYNTHIA CUNNINGHAM

summer "73" "Hey, Deb!" "Dig the ocean, kiss the sun."

The world lives through a smile!

LESLIE D'AGOSTINI

RENEE DALY

In life, live for tomorrow and do for today.

Call me Oikins . . . Some­ thing's got to change . . . Oh boy . . . Who?

MARTIN CONWAY DAWE "Yielding is the motion; Re­ turning is the direction."

DOREEN deCASTRO The future is purchased by the present.

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CELESTE DECICCO

CATHERINE DEEHAN

"Baccala kids" . . . Philly . . . Hot Bagels! The Burlington House . . . The girls' room

Happiness is the gift of friend­ ship . . .

ROBERT DeFINO

DEBORAH DeMARCO

Columbia Soccer, No. 1 . . . Remember yesterday . . . Live today . . . Dream of tomor­ row . . . V.M.H.

Never let yesterday use up today.

MARY DeVIVO Tomorrow see the things that were missed today.

MARION DLUGOSZ B.H.W. Mary's front seat.

ELLEN DINERMAN

FRANCINE DiRISIO

CHERRY DiROCCO

You've got to roar like a forest fire.

"Baccala kids" . . . The girls' room . . . The Burlington House. El Dorado

Hey Linda, remember A208 . . . good times are just around the corner.

JANICE DOWLING

KENNETH DOWNEY

PATTY DRESCHEL

Living from dreams to night­ mares—gotta get down.

Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away . . .

The future seems so near yet so far.

PAT DUFFEY The more you give, you will receive . . . . love. Baccala

DOROTHY DULEBA Sunrise: Stump

A new

beginning

CELIA DURNING All I want is happiness . . . I will never type again!

ALAN DWORTZAN

BETTE EINBINDER

JULIE EISNER

"Nothing that is worth know­ ing can be taught" . . . 2CW

Tomorrow, see the things that never come today.

"My yesterdays have melted with my tomorrow."

MELVIN ENDICK

BARBARA ENJEIAN

AL ENDERLE "Ha Ha" A 63 Rambler

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The Cobra's bite is sharp. So is life. Transform ation into Energy.

NANCY ENSMINGER "The essence of time is vir­ tually gone." Shawn Phillips

LINDA EULO Happiness is a close friend. Seaside "73" memories last forever.

MICHELE EVANGELISTA Friendship is a felling . . . ever warm and ever growing.

RICHARD E. FANTL

PATRICIA FATZLER

You won't have Rich Fantl to kick around anymore.

Richie & Patty—August 14, 1971 . . King—Pathmark—cadillac-February 5. 43

NOREEN FINKE It takes a great deal more to smile than to cry.

DAVID FINN

MICHAEL FEKETIE

CRAIG L. FELDMAN

Watch out for Green Lemons.

It is life near the bone where it is the sweetest.

RENEE LYNN FISHER

PAT FITZMAURICE

Smile and your day will be sunny.

“ May the warm tongue of freedom lick your inner ear" g.s.

MARTIN I. FOLKMAN

ANITA FORTIER

LAURIE FOX

LITTLE FOX

Nothing can come out of the artist that isn't in the man.

Party tonight!! Beer? Any con­ certs around, Beach Boys? Where's Dlugkee?

and even though w e're younger, now, a dozen suns cannot interfere . . . .

Keep on Truckin' 'cause I Am Just Passin' Through—The Fox

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lets me be me.

CAMILLE FRASCO

JOANNE FRASCO

Desire is the first step towards success.

Happiness is living each day to its fullest. "Bea"

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NANCY FREDA Friends are everlasting,

BOB FREIMUTH

ANTHONY FRESCO

FRANK FRESCO

Keep the Faith.

ALLEN D. FRIEDMAN

ROY FRIEBAND

JERRY FRIED

"All that glitters is not Gold"

DEAN FRIEDMAN

ROBERT TIMOTHY FRIEL In the Corner? "Ramble on Baby, Settle down easy"

JOE FU

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MARK E. GAINER

JOHN J. GALLIGAN She smiles at me with a future in it. Irish.

JOAN A. GALLOP "Nothing weeps more co­ piously than a chunk of ice."

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STEVEN GARNEAU

MATHEW GAWENUS

PATRICIA L. GELB

Your mother is your dog's best friend. G. Marx

Be to yourself as you would to your friend.

SANDI GELMAN

VILMA J. GERGELY

BONNIE GERSHON

To know the joys the songs keep singing of. pannjg

"And I lay me down with my arms 'round a rainbow"

More valuable than to achieve success is to deserve it.

JANE GETTER

DONALD GIALANELLA

MARIANNE GIBBONS

All things must pass. None of life's strings can last. G.H.

300 club . . . I just want to be free . . . . Winnie.

"Gibbs" pizza? rowdy . . . just give me a smile.

ANNE GIGOURTAKIS

BRUCE GILSON

With every mistake we must surely be learning.

School President, Capt. of Ski Team, Most Popular Student

ANTHONY T. GIORDANO Hopper. #72 Nobody plays to lose.

PAT GIORDANO "Many friends in general, one in special" 2/9/73

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STEPHEN GLACY

MARY GLANCY

PEGGY GLEASON

MARK GOCKE

I leave this place somewhat sorry, somewhat glad.—check ya out.

You'll never get the blues if you learn to cruise.

It's when you give of yourself that you truly give . . . ESP . . . C.S.

I'd rather be in some Dark Hallow.

JOSEPH DAVID GOLDMAN

LEAH GOLDMAN

JODI GOLDRING

AMY GOLDSMITH

If everyone lights just one little candle . . .

Tomorrow see the things that never came today.

You never miss the well till the water runs dry.

PAT GORDON

FRANCES GORTLER Life is but a dream . . .

JOHN GRAPEK

BETSY GRAMER "T he times, they changin'"

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Yes.

CHARLIE GOTSCH

PAMELA GOWER

I was once a senior, but that's all.

And yesterday is but a long, long way away. Bernie Taupin.

LOUISE GRASMERE

LAURIE GRAY

They gave but a mere grain of sand.

"One reptile will devour an­ other reptile." Dostoevsky

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LINDA GRAY

SUSAN GRAYSON

"When the distraction of the tongue is removed, the heart listens." Theodore Dreiser

MARGIE GREENBAUM

M ARGOT GREENBAUM

Happy today, tomorrow and forever after.

MINDY R. GRODOFSKY W e've com e a long way; we're changing day to day. 52

"Throw sad reflections to the wind where they belong."

CHARLES J. GROSS

NAN GUARDUCCI

G reat assem blies —G reat friends—Great teachers—Great times—Thanks, Columbia.

No act of kindness no matter how small is ever wasted.

WILLIAM CUBER

SHARON GWATKIN

LORI ELLEN HAAG Remember the past and keep thinking of the future.

ROBERT HALDY

ZIRKA HALIBEY

Life: Make the most of it while you can.

What you are to be, you are now becoming.

RICHARD HAND

CHAD HAGERTY Varsity Soccer, "Deb 73"

Wrestling

SHARON HANDLEY Creativity expands the mind.

ART HARTMANN

LEE HASKIN

WINNIE HAYDEN

KEVIN HEALY

It takes much cleverness to know how to conceal cleverness.

You can't go backwards and you can't stand still.

Donny . . . "You and me, simple and free."

'62 Cadillac bomb, Zelda, loves school, hangs out in Nowsville.

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MARGARETE ANN HEBER Enjoy life day by day. The years take care of themselves.

HERB HERTER Hey, Prunie, ya see Sleasy.

VALERIE HEINE Remembered joys are never passed . . . ESP . . . Hey Peg . . . If not for you . . . R.J.D.

HELEN HIND

HAL S. HELLER It's been experience!

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PETER HERSH

PRICELESS

ANDY HINES

MARC S. HIRSCH

Today Columbia High School; tomorrow the world!

To everything there is a season

DAN HIRSHBERG

JOHN HOENS

Really don't mind if I sit this one out.

THOMAS HORNING

I once lived in a field of strawberries.

WENDY HUBSCHMAN

AL HUNT

A picture is a poem without words . . . trilogy.

Main interests in school: cars, girls, cutting, smoking in wrong rooms.

SARA HUNTER

CARYL HUSTON

Till I'm home again and feelin' right.

Sailors have more fun. I'd rather be sailing . . . Carolina

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BARBARA JOAN HOPMAYER

JOSEPH IANTOSCA The Beatles Forever

OLEH ILNYCKYJ

R O R E E IRIS Wilderness cleanses the soul.

C H IP ISA A C Which Hand? . . . No. 24 Chappy.

JOSE IZ Q U IE R D O

L A U R E N A. J A C K S O N Share each and every dream; they belong to everyone.

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JOHN JACOBSEN

WILLIAM JANOWSKI

JOE JAROSINSKI

The less men think, the more they talk.

CLARICE JETKO

LISA JOHNSON

Hey Spanky . . . Wanna cut . . . crusin n' perusin . . . Ed forever.

The time has come to move out unto greener pastures.

ELAINE JEMAS The road to success is always under construction.

KENNETH JOHNSTON

ADLAI P. JOSEPH Action speaks louder than words . . . but not so often.

JOHN KARCHER

NORA KARCHER

He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.

Keep smiling; people will wonder what you're up to.

PETER KARDYS Cone fishing . . .

ELAINE KARSMARSKI “ A true friend is a friend forever.

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HANK KEARNEY England; Mass. Heart Fund; I'm new at this, ya know.

JULIE KEDERSHA To teach is to learn twice— Joubert.

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MARTIN KELLY

DOROTHY L. KELTON The way to gain a friend is to be one.

MARK KENNY Live free or die.

SETH KERZNER

JOAN KIMMELMAN

ALLAN R. KESSLER

NANCY KESSLER

"La luna vino a la fragua con su polison de nardos."

“ I want to belong to the living."

VIRGINIA KLEIN And the red sun sets at last into the hills of gold.

LARRY KLIGMAN Kliggy

RONA KESSLER What's the story? A.H.

JOSEPH IIOR KOGEL Life just is.

BONNI D. KOGEN Here's to rain, snowflakes, summer, and bliss.

MARY KOLODKA MIKE + M ARY-)anuary 31, 1972 . . . LeMans + CocoaFlorida . . . Til Eternity . . .

GENEVIEVE KRATCHICK

BRUCE KRAFTE Going on the last leg

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WILLIAM KRAGEN Remember that you are only an actor in a play, which the manager directs.

WILLIAM KRUTULIS

KAREN KUCHLER

JEANNE KUESTER

Happiness is Eddie and I together

Tomorrow is just one of yes­ terday's dreams. J.D.

JOHN L. KYLE

MICHAEL LANCAN

KATHY KUSKIN

NEAL LAFFERTY

LISA LAITER

Hawkeye . . . run for fun? You must be kidding . . . Go grapplers!

“ It's nice to be importantmore important to be nice."

MARGARET LANGLEY

RAY LARAWAY

. . . and I must be what I must be and face tomorrow.

MARY 3/ 7/72 AND FOREVER

THOMAS LASSER Nothin' to it

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STEVEN LEHRMAN

CARMIE LERRO

You can't move forward with two feet on the ground.

MICHAEL LEVIN

Do you go to Columbia High? Yea, Every day.

A pungent odor? Burning leaves? A wing Boy's Room? Bong?

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BERNARD LEVINE

BETH LEVINE

PATTY LEVINE

We can't return; we can only look behind from where we came.

"Nothing great was evei achieved without enthusi­ asm." . . . NS . . . PICKLE . . . JOSHUA."

ARTHUR LEWIS

ROBIN LEWIS

DONNA LEWIS-JONES

Why do it today if you can do it tomorrow?

"Experience is the name ev­ eryone gives to his mistakes." Oscar Wilde

I would tend to side with the animals

NANCY LEVITT You gotta move!!

ANDREW LIEBMAN If it's beyond your fingertips STRETCH

SUSAN LINDEMAN

RONNIE SUE LITMAN

MARISSA LIZZA

The world of man dances in laughter and tears.

A true friend is someone to cherish in life forever.

All life has a purpose; Each purpose seeks meaning.

ROBYN LOVEITT People need love People need trust People need one another

ANTHONY P. LOM BARDY Another in a Long Line.

DERRICK ). LUPPINO

KEITH LYNOTT

EILEEN MACKINSON

Half of the time we're gone, but don't know where.

A minute's success pays the failure of years.

G od bless the grass, that grows through the cracks.

MICHAEL MADDEN I made it finally!

ANGELA MAGLIARO

JEFF MADIGAN I'm glad it's all over!

REMO MAISTO Keep smiling. It makes people wonder what you've been up to.

CAROL MANCUSO Good Times have passed away; memories will never be forgotten . . . .

IRENE K. MANDRUSIAK

MARKO MANDRUSIAK

We only really learn what we teach ourselves.

Experience is what you get while looking for something else.

BARB MANGASARIAN When words don't succeed, silence expresses my thoughts best 67

DONNA JOY MANTIN All is changed with time, the future none can see

68

DAVID J. MARGULES Always leave them laughing when you say goodbye

SHERYL MARING

GEORGIA R. MARINO

8/24/71 Where will it lead us from here . . . jimmy

Only a cocoon before I get my wings and fly away

JOSE MARGUEZ

FRAN MARTIN

JAMES MARZANO

DONNA MASELLI

MARIA MASTRANGELO

ED MATTA

If you find an injustice, can you help but care? "Chessie"

ELIZABETH MASI Betti Boop, the village, the corner, "SS." Anna, MaryAnn

FRANK MASSA

Open your eyes and see the brand new day

LISA M. MATTIE

BARBARA V. MATYAS

AN GELO M AUCIO NE

Friends slowly won are long held

"Moppet” . . . All things must pass . . . JCA

O ld 55 Chevy's are mean, wicked and nasty

ROBERT MAYER

BRUCE MAYERSON

CHARLIE M AUCIO NE

From the ashes we can build another day . . .

M ICHAEL MCALTEER

BRUCE M CCARTHY

MARK M CDONAGH

I thank everyone for making me feel welcome

"W hat men believe deter­ mines What Men do."

Power to the individual . . .

70

ALICE M CGINLEY

JOAN MCGINNIS

ELLEN MCGRADY

RICHARD G. MCLEOD

TIM MCNANY

Good times to be cherished and not forgotten . . . ). R.

Never let anything overcome you because there's hope in tomorrow "Gladys"

If you want me, I will be in Auto Mechanics

Out with the guys again, gym­ nastics, Linda, it was great.

71

TOM MCNEIL

SUSAN MEADE

MICHELE MERRIGAN

Listen to the heavens, you've got to try and understand

KEVIN MICCHELLI Across the Great Divide Grab your hat and take that ride

AL MILLER

NANCY MILLER

WILLIAM WALTER MAYER

BILL MILLER

C .H .S. will live on in memory forever

STACEY MILLERICK Uncertainty and expectation are the joys of life

MARK MINER

JOE MISALE

Done laid around, done stayed around this ole town too long

If you want me I'll be in me­ chanics. Mickey Mouse

SANDRA MOLLACH

J. T. MOONEY Moonshine . . . Little bit of brew . . . Grappling . . . Sue . . . IT WAS GREAT

JOYCE A. MOONEY

RAUL MORILLAS Hold on to your hopes

JEFF MULLER

GREGORY MURPHY "Only the man who knows too little knows too much"

73

HANA MUTSHNCK

PENNY NEBEL . . . Truth lies in the mind of the seeker . . .

74

JANET NEIBART

RICHARD NEIBART Success is getting what you want; happiness is wanting what you get.

ROBIN NEWMARK

MONICA NEWSOME

It really isn't anywhere; it's somewhere else instead!

Life is an ultimate trip once we experience it

CARYN NADINE NIEDERMAN

KATHLEEN ANN NOONAN

I only count the hours that are bright

SUSAN NOTELLE

ELLEN J. O'BRIEN

HELEN OBSHARSKY

GEORGE OGDEN III

Revolution is the opium of the intellectuals

Take kindly the counsel of the years.

If you have a true friend, you have the world

So long, it ain't been so good to know ya.

75

ROGER M. PALMISANO

JOHN PANGIOCHI

JOLENE PANKO

JOHN PAPERA What I learned in school will pay off . . . someday

Try and catch your dreams, Try and catch the sunshine.

PATRICIA ). PAYNE

IRENE A. PELECH

ANITA R. PEREZ

It's when you give of yourself that you truly give.

Uke nut—music freak. Happi­ ness is found in little things.

"Life is creation continuing." "Mistaken for myself, I laugh."

RISA BETH PERLMUTTER One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.

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GREY C. PERNA It was one of those things. I'm glad it's over.

KENDALL PETERSON Sweet!

78

jOHN J. POLICASTRO

REGINA S. POLITI

MARIE A. PORCELLI

PAMELA M. POWELL

Many are the words that leave you guessing.

Wish on a star. Bunky 4EH! Mtjecms.

Marie and lay 11/29/72. Love makes the world go 'round.

Don't let it end, till you let it begin.

MARY PRIZZI

CAROL A. PUMP

He smiles at me with a future in it.

Life is great! Live every minute of it!

REGINA PURCELL Absent in body present in spirit.

. . . but

ANNE QUINN Faggat (F.B.T.) Hip check, U.C., Meq, "Freddie", Awoosher, Buddy, Haro

BRIAN QUINN

ANDREW RADOS That's me!

NEIL RAHUSEN

ELLIOTT RAKOFSKY

God is great, But grass is gen­ tler. Dig it.

To err is human; to forgive is divine.

LEWIS RAFEL

PAT RAGONESE III

"Live your own life; Die your own death."

C.D.? The Clinton boys, The Saint, Hots, A wing, Bells

PAUL H. RAKOWITZ

NANCY RANKIN

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CYNDI REARDON

And opens in each heart a little heaven.-Mathew Prior

"There but for the grace of you go I."

COLLEEN REGAN

JACKI S. REICHENSTEIN

We will never know about the day to come . . . B.F.

ANDREA REIFF Sentimental gentle winds blowing through my life again.

KERRY REILLY

KEVIN M. REISS

"Living's the rarest thing on earth; Most people just exist."

RICHARD REYMONT

My goals are farther than Co­ lumbia helped me to realize. 81

BARBARA RICCI

GREG RIBOT Rules are durpnurp.

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Don't surround yourself with yourself.

DO UG RICHARDSON

M ONIKA H. RILLOX

Columbia, the end of the beginning.

Texas . . . the greatest gift ever! Honda 350 four.

JOAN M. RIORDAN Smile! Cod loves you!

82

STEVE RIPLEY Jeep-ers, they believe!

JOHN ROBERTS

PAM ROBINSON

"Attempt only what you are able to perform."

It's already written that today will be one to remember.

Slwi JT .t! !

ANN ROBSON

MICHAEL ). RODMAN

. . . the beginning of changing dreams into realities . . .

Nothing's impossible; some things are just more probable than others.

BECKY ROMAN It's been a experience.

"PRICELESS"

BOBBIE ROOT " . . . Unaware of accusing eyes; . . . a small Noah leav­ ing his ark . . ." 83

FLORA ELLEN ROTH

MITCH ROTHSTEIN

Follow every rainbow till you find your dream.

At the sunrise, D.C., all is well again.

84

DONNA ROZANSKI . . I'll wait till the sun comes up again.

. GAIL RUBENSTEIN

CAREN RUBIN

JOHN D. RUSSAK For all whom 1 will have known, 1am grateful.

ANDREA SACHS

MARK RYAN Cziecht!

DENISE SACCESE

LYDIA I. SALKIN

Time keeps movin' on and friends, they fade away . . .

Well, Mr. Trent, you finally got your wish. Hi spyglass.

JEFF SACHAROW For your own sake, remember times we used to know.

JILL SALNY Chicano woman,

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LUCIA SAM “ Truth truth."

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MARK SANBORN (70 AMX . . . Bunky!!! (R.P.) Wrestling . . .

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MIKE SAUNDERS

JOHN SAVITTIERI

JOHN SCALERA

TUDENT’S REPORT

86

A C H IE V E M E N T TEST CO O ES

RICHARD SCALERA

SONNA SCHLESINCER

LORI SCHOENBERGER

For the future we hope for love, peace, luck, happiness

MIRIAM SCHREIBER

FAITH SCHROEDER

"You only live once, and if you play your cards right, once is enough."—).E.L.

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VICTOR SCOTT 11/14/72 . . . You've got to believe . . . Together forever. 88

NANCY SEARLE

BETH SEGALL Yesterd ay is but today's memory and tomorrow is but today's dream.

CECELIA SELITTO

M ONIQUE V. SEYLER Worms Dream; the Sun rises yet doesn't know we're here.

DANIEL SHERMAN

JANICE SHAPINSKI Think yourself Act yourself Be yourself Then you'll find yourself.

ELIZABETH SHERMAN

MEIRA SHAPIRO I have finally begun to under­ stand who I really am.

HAROLD SHIRE

Enjoy the game of life, but play to win.

STEVEN H. SHOLK 1974 . . . year.

It was a very good

CATHY SHRIVER

ABIGAIL SHURE

SUSAN SICHEL

Feeling mellow, I go into thought, concentration, but never reality.

"If you will it, it is no leg­ end."—Flerzl

Live for today, but remember yesterday and think of tomor­ row. Rinder 89

ROBIN SIEGEL

ALLISON M. SILVER

STEVE SILVERSTEIN

KAREN A. SIMKO

"Cherish moments of the past, while dreaming of tomor­ rows."

"There are no second acts in American lives."—F. Scott Fitzgerald

"The Lord will be a refuge in times of trouble." Psalms 9:9

Crossroads seem to come and go

MARK SIMON

JOHN SINGER

PAT SMIALKOWSKI

Z.K. LIVES! "Red" is NOT dead! Lesley Bebe!

LYNNE SMILOW

Responsibility never ends to­ wards any type of sportFrisbee

He who has ability finds his place.

All the world's a stage; . . . ENTER LAUGHING.

ROBERT SMOLIN

MARGIE STAGER

ELLEN STEINER

JODY STERN

MURIELLE C. STERN

We live by an invisible sun within us.

That day is lost on which one has not laughed.

"What is precious is not to forget." 91

LEWIS N. STERNBERG When I look inside my win­ dow Some stranger is looking back at me

CHRISTINE STEVENS

REAGAN STODDARD

DEBBIE STRAUS A new day, a new way.

92

BONNIE SULLIVAN

C H R IS T O P H ER S U LL IV A N Hitch you wagon to a star.

N O BU YUKI SUZUKI

R IC H S U LL IV A N He who wouldn't when he could, couldn't when he would.

C O R IN N E SW ASS It's been experience!

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STEP H EN S U LLIV A N

JAN E S U R O W IT C H

So many worlds, so much to do, So little done, such things to be!

MaggieMay, Sa 'weat, Sitch, Smoker, Drags, What's Hap­ pening?, D.R., Oldies.

KATE SW EEN EY

LESLIE S W E E N E Y

Waves, the Ocean, Sunrises, Green Bagels???, R.R.D. "Sween"

When his work was done, he laughed in the forest.

L O R R A I N E P. S W E IC A R T Memories of our Gang. Bells forever.

M A R Y SYR IS Pleasure is the intermission of peace.

V IC T O R IA G. TEN N EY “Our fate is not in the stars, but in ourselves"

BR IAN T H O R N T O N

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W A YN E THALER

M A R IA T H E O H A R IS I get by with a little help from my friends.

M ARY FRAN CES

PA TR IC K T IR O N E

What is life if you can't com­ plain (Get Your Haircut)

D O N N A T IR O N E May all our tomorrows be as happy as our yesterdays.

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Happiness is summer and great times at Seaside Heights.

“ Let's do and say we didn't"

Richie . . . Seaside memories. "Faith is a m over of mountains."

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ED IT H TR EN T Thank you.

E L IS A B E T H C. T U N N E Y "Rule Britannia"

PETER V A N L O O N If it seems to you that I am fading . . .

A N T H O N Y J. VELLU CCI Bew are-the-eye-of-thethinker-for-his-stare-is-captivating

S H A R O N V IN C E N T

JAN ET U L IA N O '56 Chevy . . . Jose . . . Leader of the Pack.

J A C Q U E L IN E VAUGHAN A time to laugh. A time to weep.

B O B B Y V IO LA

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When you're right nobody re­ members; when you're wrong, nobody forgets.

Music flows from the feelings of the heart.

97

C H A R L E S H. VO LLH ERBST "The man up front" "Easy Rider"

LESA D E N IS E W A L D E N

ROB VO O RH EES Let the good times roll.

STEVEN W A R D

LO RI W A IN EN "Dying to live, Living to die"

P A T R I C I A E. W A S H A M A bsence makes the heart grow fonder . . . Andy . . . 52-72 smile

FRAN W A L D Love is flower-like; Friendship is like a sheltering tree.

PATTI W A T E R S Cash your dreams before they slip away

C A R M I W E IN ER

D A V ID W E IN S T O C K

“Where people speak but sel­ dom meet." Keith Reid

N A N C Y W E IN T R A U B

W IL L IA M W E IS S

Your friend is your needs an­ swered . . . PS—have faith— "Joshua"

N I N A R. W E S T

D E B R A J. W E S T R E I C H

W A L T E R W IA T R

To listen to stars and birds, babes and sages with open heart.

When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find peace of mind. G. Harrison

Example has more followers than reason.

S H A R O N L. W I L L I A M S Think of tomorrow's dream today, realizing the beauty of yesterday. 99

JER RY LEE W IL L IA M S O N "Bad, Bold, and Beautiful"

M A R C W IN K L E R

J O H N W IL L IS Sweet Parties, Girls & the Boys

L A U R IE W IN S L O W

R IC H IE W IL S O N How's Life, K.W.

RO DGER W OLF Basketball is where it's at!

R A Y M O N D A. W RUBEL It has been an interesting ex­ perience in Columbia High School.

DEBORAH ANN W YRW A There are dreams I've yet to find.

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R IC H A R D C H A R LES Z A K IN If it itches, scratch it.

HARVEY ZEE

A U D R E Y ZISS "O ne cannot conceive grander burial than that which mountains make."

C R A IG ZUSI Nothing's impossible if you put your mind to it. M.C.

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STUART BENJAMIN East House Director

G. STEPHEN FRAMPTON Administrative Assistant

THOM AS JACOBSEN North House Director

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GEO RGE GEO TZ West House Director

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MARCIA HOVLAND

CHARLES WILLIAMS Department Head

MARIO PEDOTO

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DAVID WEIDLICH

LAURA MUNITZ

ALAN WALKOWITZ

ELLEN FINKELStEIN

MUSIC m -n r RUDOLPH KREUTZER Director

ALBERT MUCCI

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WILLIAM HAVEN

CHARLES BURNS

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RICHARD ROSENBERG

INDUSTRIAL ARTS THOMAS MAC EWEN Department Head

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ERIC WASK Department Head

MARGARET VAN DORPE

EUGENE CHYZOW YCH

PETER CROSS

FREDERICK BOOTH

MARGUERITE KUHLMAN

ITA HOXSIE

JOHN FLETCHER

LEONARD KLEPACK

VICTOR LOMAKIN

JEAN SHROETER

HARRY JOHNSTON

LANGUAGE SALVATORE PAOLELLA Department Head

JANET HICKS

SIDNEY ROBB

ANN CORREA

HELEN JONES

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MARILYN KRASNER

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DR. JAM ES ST A K ER Director of Guidance and Testing

R IC H A R D R O S E N B E R G Activities Director

Nurses: M. Beach, E. Macbeth

R IC H A R D N O L A N Special Education

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Dieticians: bottom row: L. Curcio, F. Michalits, A. Moribaldi, H. Habicht, E. King, middle row: D. Caswell, C. Musto, E. Walsh, V. Trancone, top row: A. Denefrio, R. Scott, V. Morris, M. Fitzsimmons, J. DeCicco, E. Miller

H. Ford, C. Smith, H. Stefany in A.V. office.

Main Office: C. Neill, C. Mathias, D. Fitzsimmons, B. Murray, J. Garlinger, M. Pultar, J. Stewart, E. Delsordi, R. Silver

South House: J. Roach, B. Van Doren

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The Hypnotist

This year's seniors witnessed a great deal of change on Columbia's stage, for fhey viewed not only the desola­ tion of one of the high school's most amateurish productions but the last glimmerings of what will undoubtedly be called the "G o ld e n Age of Parnassian."

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During the seniors' sophomore year, the three years piece-de-resistence of childishness was achieved by "The Bad Children," the fall drama. In that work, the few actors that did struggle to create something were totally over­ come by the absolute medicority of the rest of the cast, the set, the direc­ tion and the play itself. This was the weakness of 1971-72's spring musical as well. For in "Girl Crazy," though most of the actors and, in this case es­ pecially, the dancers as well, struggled valiantly, the level of this production as a whole was so low that little could be accom plished. However, that same spring saw Parnassian's "Boy Meets Girl." Although there were a few inadequate performances, this play was by far the best this class had produced. Student directors, student actors, student producers and student coordination proved to the school that professionalism was an all-impor­ tant goal. But during 1972-73 this aim was rela­ tively forgotten: "Harvey," the fall drama, was a travesty, to say the least. Unprepared actors worked with a lack of direction. And, unfortunately, this lack of direction was again appar­ ent in what could have been Colum­ bia's most promising musical, "Prom­ ises, Promises," in the spring of that year. In every other sense, however, it achieved a fairly high production level. "Inherit the Wind," Parnassian's show, revealed the steady decline of this group's work, for this show also suffered from a non-existent direc­ tion. This year, the drama was can­ celled, but in the works is the spring p ro d u c tio n of " O n c e U p o n a Mattress." Allison Silver

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"For the first time Columbia's history there > be two newspapers in opta lion This is the ultimt goal of senior Charles biu who is the editor-in-chie o the newly formed Sown Voice The history of the Swrr Voice short, the idea (ohe paper was conceived laps! year Chuck Blau waslnning for the vice presicy of South House andas looking for fresh ideas he major issue during them paign last year was sml apathy. Each candidatenlioned student apath-ut there were no suggestion how lo gel rid of it t's when I came up with tlea of the paper." Chuck thought that ase paper could keep the sits involved for the dura of an entire year Chuck borated with senior lei Bregman and realizeat there were many vafcasons for starting the p One reason is that ,-of things were not coveby the Columbian last veS'h

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A VOICE as detailed coverage on in­ tramural sports which the Columbian has just started real coverage on this year Ihr Columbian also has not provided the students of South House with in-depth reports on house news, such

1973 1974 mely accurate because 25 per-cent of all seniors, sopho­ mores. and juniors are rep­ resented through them. The guidance counselors of South House are also going to have a special section in the paper, so they can give guidance information to the students. A column by Mr. Fleming, director of South House will also be written for the paper. Chuck Blau. Daniel Bregman. and Richard Fantl are working equally at the top of the staff as editor, managing editor, and assignment editor respectively of the Southern Voice, but as soon as the production of the paper really gets rolling, they hope that eventually more students will contribute to the Voice and have an equal share in its production. Chuck is hoping that the Voice will create more stud­ ent involvement in journal­ ism and that more interest in house activities can be stim­ ulated by the paper If the paper is successful and pro­ gresses rapidly, then the Voice could develop into a school wide production

the meetings of South House Council. The Columbian has deve­ loped a personality over the years and this is an oppor­ tune time for a new publicaThe paper will serve many purposes. It will pertain more to house activities, specific­ ally South House activities. The Southern Voice can also be used as an outlet for anyone who wants to submit creative writing and classi­ fied ads. In this sense it will almost be like a magazine. Polls will be contained in almost every issue, such as the one in this issue on cutting classes The polls are only taken in South House, which is approximately one quarter of the entire school. This makes the polls extre-

COUNCILS NORTH HOUSE

EAST HOUSE:

Betsy Cohn-treas., Amy Arrow-sec'y., Steve Lehrman-v. pres., Susan Stern-pres.

Robin Kaplan—sec'y-, Ellen Steiner—v. pres., Lynne Smilow—pres., Mary DeVivo—treas.

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SCH O O L C O U N C IL

This year's school council passed an amendment to restruc­ ture the council. The constitution amendment which was approved by an all-school vote will go into effect next Sep­ tember. The restructuring will cut council's size.

In addition, council created the offices of sophomore and junior class presidents. Council also recommended to the Board of Education that a non-voting student member be placed on the board.

Ricky Neibart, treas, Orrin Devinsky, pres. Amy Lazar, sec'y, Barry Felzenberg, v. pres.

COMMITTEES

Bottom row: D. Duleba, M. Marshall, L. Nonemaker, Top row: L. Foley, F. Mar­ tin, C. Frasco, I Pelech, K. McConway, Z. Halibey, D. Bulas, E. Hamingson

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First row: C. Cross, Second row: L. Litwin, D. Moss, J. Brief, ). Brief, L. Smilow, M. Langley, A. Silver, S. Berman, Third row: A. Feirstein, M. Gelbert, R. Schwartz, R. Siegel, J. Pundyk, N. Lindeman, C. Amato, M. Lynch, S. Shechner, Top row: L. Brodie, B. Bindman, j. Gallop, T. Tenney, J. Goldring, R. Nudelman, P. Schechner, S. Stazack, G. Miirnhv S Riermann.

Chairm an: Chuck G ross, V. Chairman: Sharon Bierman, Sec­ retary Sarah Shechner

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CIVICS

First row: B. Panitch, M. Arleo, L. Good­ man, S. Reitman, C. Frasco, S. Feigenbaum, Second row: L. Goldman, I. Mandrusiak, I. Pelech, M. Coles, L. Flopper, R. Purcell, C. Mankowski, P. Dreshel, E. Jemas, F. Roth, L. Mattie.

Chairman: Mary Coles

ELECTIONS

Bottom row: R. Siegel, ). Stern, J. Kimmelman, M. Greenbaum, Top row: S. Biermann, M. Schreiber, N. West, R. Schwartz

FIRE

Bottom row: L. Kaufman, A. Cwatkin, ). Stern, A. Lazar, J. Fu, B. Arnsten, Second row: M. Creenbaum, G. Hoffman, Third row: M. Gelbert, A. Arrow, A. Feirstein, S. Gwatkin, T. Lawall, ). Brief, A. Schwarz, M. DeVivo, L. Litwin, Fourth row: B. Schottenfeld, M. Folkman, V. Garvin, C. Gross, Top row: E. Steiner, S. Stern, S. Brown, D. Margules, D. Baum, A. Liebman, A. Lewis, R. Chusid, R. Zakin

First row: M. Greenbaum, M. Dear, K. Parry, Second row: C. Cocuzza, C. Goldsmith, J. Stern, Third row: K. Hart­ man, J. Linker, L. Landau, N. Simpkins, I. Leiner, D. Dohrer, Fourth row: K. McCormick, L. Murtha, J. Burris, S. Martin, J. Gutentag, L. Dear, M. Folkman, A. Silver, B. Kessler, J. Van Doren, Fifth row: E. Steiner, B. Schottenfald, N. Lindeman, Top row: D. Baum, S. Brown, K. Horri, S. Gwatkin

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Senior Class President Patty O'Neill, missing Nan Guarducci, sec'y.

SOCIAL

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Y o u ’ve Gotta D o It Y ourself By Andrew Liebman and David Margules Volume LV of t h e C o l u m b i a n was marked by something all news­ p ap ers str iv e to a c h ie v e PERFECTION. Yes, t h e C o l u m b i a n was perfect in every way. Bullied into shape by the two strong-armed characters to the right and left, this student publication saw som e of its finest days ever. T hanks to the organ ization al genious of its Editor-in-Chief, And­ rew “Andy Boy” Liebman, and the creative Brilliance of its Managing Editor, David “Marg the Man” Margules, t h e C o l u m b i a n soared to dazzling heights of popularity with the school’s student body and staff.

The editors, in a forceful show ing, m anaged to stay clear of al hostile groups within Columbia fie., the student council, the coordi nating com m ittee, and the faculty who wanted to make the paper ar em asculated appendage.) Throughout the course of th< year, t h e C o l u m b i a n provided accu rate, tim ely, well-researched, am thought-provoking coverage of al aspects of Columbia life. Never, die even the most undeserving letter te the editor go ignored or unpub lished. (Naturally, all were printec exactly as written) t h e C o l u m b i a n indeed, was scintilating!

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Bottom row: Coach E. Chyzowych, R. Calderon, B. Miller, Captain B. Burks, C. McMillan, M. Fastiggi, A. Lewis, J. Grodnick, A. Celletti, J. Coccuzza, R. DeFino, Manager, V. Heine; Second row: R. Calderon, M. Friedman, S. Goodwin, A. Kessler, B. Krager, Captain D. Yafet, C. Haggerty, M. Foggio, G. Barrera, F. Hickel, G. Leeds, R. Neibart, B. Monte, Managers, T. Schotland, and W. Rosenthal

Columbia High School's soccer teams success resulted from

Calderon combined for a total of 20 season goals while

a great team effort and an outstanding coaching job by

Chad Haggerty, Allan Kessler, and Bill Kragen played ex­

Gene Chyzowych. The hooters put together another Big

cellent defense holding the opposition to only 12 goals all

Ten Title with a record of 14-2-3. Tri-captains, Dan Yafet,

season.

Bob DeFino, and Bill Burks led the Cougars to the semi-fi­

Seniors Bill Miller, Carmen Cifelli, Mike Foggio, and Art

nals of the State Tournament before being ousted by num-

Lewis were also steady varsity performers throughout the

ber-1-ranked J.F.K. Patterson. The brother act of Bob & Rich

whole season.

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Bottom row: J. Kenny, C. Zusi, J. Ciccarone, D. Oliva, J. Wharton, P. Mastrangelo, A. Giordano, J. Hardy, R. Uzzolino, M. Rodman, C. Del Vecchio, D. O'Connor, D. Schweikert, K. McCarthy, J. Egerter, Second row: C . Files, M. Madden, J. Covello, T. Evans, B. Taratino, A. Enderle, B. Viola, V. Scott, D. Sehlffo, R. Lombardi, L. DiGiovine, C. Isaac, C. Solomon, R. Lawrence, J. Reinhart, P. Van Loon, M. Butkus, Coaches S. Robb, & D. Calabria. Captains: B. Viola & M. Butkus

The 1973 Football team finished on a disappointing 1-7-1 mark. However, the tough schedule can't be ignored when talking about their record. Five of the Cougar's seven losses came to state powers such as Morristown, Seton Hall, Montclair, Nutley, and Livingston. A 24-0 destruction of East Orange and a scoreless tie against Orange gave Columbia their win and tie. Columbia's de­ fense was led by linebackers Anthony Giordano, Mike But­ kus and Chris Solomon. Al Enderle kept the secondary in­ tact, while Pete Van Loon, John Madden and Mike Rodman held down the line. On offense, the power running of Vic Scott and Bob Viola supplied most of the yardage. Guards Bob Uzzolino and Mike Madden with tackles Dennis Oliva and Dean Brauchli were seniors that cleared the way for ball carries. Other seniors include punter John Ciccarone, in addition to back Craig Zusi and linebacker Chip Isaac.

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first row: T. Tivenan, M. Dalton, J. Solomon, F. Prial, I. Plues, M. Bottomly, P. Maloney, Second row: Managers S. Holtz and L Parsonnet, B. Hollyfield, J. Davis, Captain F. Massa, Captain R. Reiss, Captain R. Gonzalez, M. Butterly, K. Horath, J. Somers, Manager M Bussey Coach L Klepack.

The Columbia Cross Country team has been very successful

Irvington before dropping their first to Cranford. The next

in the past and this yaar was no exception Under the coach­

two meets were a victory over Plainfield and a loss to Mont­

ing of Len Klepack and the leadership of seniors Kevin

clair. After that they won their last six out of seven.

Reiss, Ron Gonzalez, and Frank Massa, the harriers put to­ Juniors Jim Davis and Jim Somhers did outstanding jobs gether a 9-3 dual meet record. They also placed third in the placing first and second in almost every meet with Kevin big ten, fourth in Essex County, and seventh in the sectionals.

Reiss and Frank Massa not far behind. Mike Butterly, Ftenry Fries, and Ken FHorvath also did some fine running for the

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Although the 1973-74 Cougar Basketball team's record was 5-13, the improvement was great. They played hustle bas­ ketball under first year Cou­ gar Coach Dick Walker. Ex­ cellent rebounding from Mike Butkus, Mike Hayden, and Pete Tam bourro and the sharp shotting of Patsy Gior­ dano, Darrel Hargett, and Tom Caffery gave the Cou­ gars their four w ins and brought them within five points of winning four others.

Bottom Row: P. Tamburo, M. Littlejohn, top row: C. Files, R. Wolf, M. Hayden, D. Hargett. 161

Girls

Top row: Coach L. Ryan, G. Byrd, K. Sweeney, D. Santillo, H. Hargett, D. O'Cone, E. Madden, B. Surowitch, Manager D. Christie, E. Correa, Bottom row: E. Becker, Captain L. Foley, Captain C. Huston, V. Scott, L. Metro.

1973-74 marks the beginning of girls' varsity basketball at

In the first round of the state tournament play, the Cougars,

Columbia High School. Under the leadership of Coach

posted a 56-53 victory over Belleville who had defeated Co­

Ryan, the girls produced a 7-3 season record, good enough

lumbia earlier in the season. Although down by 1 with 57

to enter them in the State tournament. Co-captains of the

seconds remaining in the game, two quick baskets put the

team are seniors Lisa Foley and Caryl Huston. Foley was the

Cougars ahead to win.

high scorer for the Cougars averaging 15 points a game with

Columbia advanced to play top-ranked Cranford and lost

Kathy Sweeney second, averaging 12, but all team members

by a 75-61 score. Foley had 21 points against Belleville with

deserve a great deal of credit for their winning record.

a season high against Cranford. Sweeney had 17 against Bel­

Guards Eileen Madden and Lisa Foley were known for their

leville, with 18 against Cranford. Geraldine Byrd and Caryl

quick steals and fast breaks while sophomore Geraldine

Huston dominated the boards while Eileen Madden played

Byrd captured numerous rebounds. Wins over Clifford

a very tight defensive game.

Scott, Bailey, and Livingston came easy for the Cougars with the 3 teams they lost to, all good enough to be entered in the state tournament.

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First row: Asst. Captain B. Pearl, Captain P. Amerman, second row: C. Stetson, B. Moats, C. Neibart, P. Benjamin, H. Kearney, top row: J. Amerman, B. Berson, E. Zipf, T. Crotta, M. Doyle, Coach D. Yoresh

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First row: J. Pasquale, A. Breen, K. Wagner, J. Van Doren, A. Blumenau, L. Murtha, K. Hirshberger, Captain C Clark, second row: M. Cannon, L. Menke, K. Lewis, ). Salano, A. Cwatkin, K. Hartmann, Coach D. Yoresh

The Columbia Swim Team performed this year with a tre­ mendous amount of skill.

Champs. They most likely would have captured the title, but one of their stars, Eddie Zipf, was not there to compete.

Co-captains Peter Amerman and Bruce Pearl were con­ sistent varsity swimmers. Peter swam the 200 and 500 frees­ tyle while Bruce swam the backstroke. Peter Benjamin was a steady varsity performer in the breastrke while Eddie Zipf swam the 100 freestyle.

The girl's team also had a very successful year. This first year team broke over a .500 average. Co-captains Judy Zins and Carol Clark led the team to many victories. They both were consistent freestyle swimmers. Carol swam the 50 and 100 while Judy was a distance swimmer. The girls placed second in the Big Ten Championships behind Montclair.

The team came within two points of being the Big Ten

Front row: E. Brown (center) D. Swass, N. Speir, S. Fram, L. Trimble, J. Magid, P. O'Connor, B. Maragellis, back row: J.V. Coach P. Ebbe, J. Malilo, J. Conlon, B. Haldy, Captain T. McNany, M. Rothstein, M. Pakonis, ). Bauer, Coach M. Speidel

top row: M. Spangler, first row: R. Metzger, R. Wuss, second row: L. Holley, M. McDonnell, Captain R. Brubaker, R. Grant, N. Singer, D. Mowalski, A. Petzinger

The second year of Columbia gymnastics proved to be a very successful one. The boys received a ranking of fourth in the state with wins over Raritan, Northern Valley, and Franklin Township, to name a few. The Cougars also were the fifth team in the state to break a score of one hundred. Captain Tim McNany led the team with his long horse vaulting, an event in which his highest score was an impres­ sive 9.1. Tim also competed on the parallel bars along with Mitchell Rothstein. Mitch was also a strong contender on

the mats while Bob Haldy displayed his winning talent on the high bar. Several underclassmen, including John Conlon on the horse and Mike Viola on the rings, were an asset to the team this year and good prospects for next year's team. The girls' team was led to many victories by Captain Robin Brubaker. She excelled in floor exercise and the uneven bars along with teammates Rhoda Metzger, Robin Weiss, and Nancy Singer. 167

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Top row: Coach A. Hector, S. Pangiochi, S. Savidis, T. Pittman, C . Behrman, F. Ippolitto, B. Dziedzic, Coach V. Lomakin, Middle row: S. Meade, B. Binder, K. Mooney, S. Price, M. Keyasko, C . Kwiecien, A. Zipp, ). McLeod, First row: E. Tevrow, W. D'Amico, B. Klein, ).T. Mooney, R. Schttenfald,

Inexperience and few participants hindered the 1973-74

Price grappled in the 135 lbs. class along with sophomore

Cougar wrestling team. The varsity line-up had six weight

Tim Pittman. Bob DeFino wrestled at 141 and was an asset

classes with no varsity experience and three others with

to the team moving down to 135 for a few matches. Follow­

little, if any. In the 101 lbs. weight class was Eric Tevrow

ing Bob was Captain Dan Sherman showing outstanding

winning his last five out of six matches. Wayne D'Amico

leadership and fine wrestling throughout the season. John

and Steve Pangiochi were steady varsity performers at 108

Cousins and Chad Haggerty wrestled at 158 and the heavy­

and 115. At 122 lbs. was J.T. Mooney scoring 34 team points

weights were Dicky Lawrence and Don Hecht.

along with Fred Ippolito and Rich Wilson at 129 lbs. Scott 170

CO UGARS: IN D O O R TRACK Although the Columbia Indoor Track Team lost the Big Ten Crown to Kearny, they had a lot to be proud of in the 1973-74 season. Under the guidance of Bruce Wask and Len Klepack, the Cougars produced many fine ath­ letes. The season started with a phenomenal high jump of 6'51/4" by Doug Richardson, thus breaking the school record two years in a row.

Charles Maucione displayed his hurdling talents, while junior Jim Davis kept the one mile school record in his family by running the distance in a time of 4:30.1. Swift­ legged Mark Smith tied the record for the 60 yard dash as well as placing in the 440 but took third in a state wide meet. Seniors Tony Corvino, Kevin Reiss, and Ed Toner all performed well in their events.

First row: B. Katz, J. Somers, K. Reiss, J. Davis, Second row: D. Richardson, P. Maloney, C. Maucione, P. Tirebiter, B. Cedola, P. Mastrangelo, Coach B. Wask, Third row: D. O'Connor, D. Shellfo, M. Butterly, Fourth row: Coach L. Klepack, L. Rappacci, K. Horvath, H. Herter, W. Waitr, Top row: B. Hollyfield, L. Zipsie, ). Wharton, K. McCarthy

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chencharik

Mr. and Mrs. Staats G. Amerman, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Chia Chiu

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Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chusid

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barton

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ciciola

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Berko

Cipollini Family

Mr. and Mrs. F. Biermann

David F. Conn

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Blasi

Mr. and Mrs. D. Convissor

Franklin Blou

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Core

Mr. and Mrs. Flarold BraucFili

Crestmont Savings

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brown

Mrs. B. Curcio

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burks

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. D'Agostini

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Butkus

Davidson's

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Caffrey

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Patrons

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Lawrence Celb

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Downey

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Grainger

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Endick

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Grayson

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fantl

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Greenbaum

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feinberg

Margot Elizabeth Greenbaum

Mr. and Mrs. John Feketie

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hayden, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Finke

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hines

Elaine Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Hirshberg

Nathan J. Fisher

Mr. Charles H. Hoens, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Folkman

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jackson

Frank's Coiffeur

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jacobsen

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Juanita H. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Garneau

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnston

Patrons

Dina Kaplan

Dr. and Mrs. Burton Levine

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Kedersha

Ruth G. Levitt

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelton

Mr. and,Mrs. Philip Lindeman, II

Mrs. Daniel Kessler

Mr. and Mrs. John Madden

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kessler

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Mangieri

Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Klein

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Margules

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Klein

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Millerick

Mr. and Mrs. David Kogen

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nebel of K.I.S.S.

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Kragen

Mr. and Mrs. B. Palladino

Margaret M. Langan

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Langley

Mr. and Mrs. Andras Pogany

Mrs. Janet D. Lazar

Catherine Reilly

Mr. and Mrs. George Lederman

Seymour Ribot, M.D.

Patrons

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Riley & Sons

Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. C. Saggese

Mr. and Mrs. John Swass

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Salkin

Jean K. Sweeney

Marilyn Salkin

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sweeney

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Samons

Edward J. Thornton

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Mrs.Milton Schottenfeld

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Tomaro

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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Trimble

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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Uzzolino

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shriver

Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Waters

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Weimer

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stern

Mr. and Mrs. J. Leon Weintraub

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Stern

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ABRAMS, ANDREW

Spring Track.

ADAMS, ROBBIE

BENGIVENGO, CAROL

Prom 4; Social 4; G.A.A. 4.

Pep.

AINSLIE, MALCOLM

BENJAMIN, DONNA

ALBANESE, LEE ALLISON, SANDRA ALM EIDA, LINDA Elections 2,3,4; H.R. Secretary 2; H.R. ViceChairman 3; H.R. Chairman 4; Modern Dance 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Columbian 3; Psychol­ ogy 2.

AMERMAN, PETER

BERKO, TO D D

BROWN, SANDRA Mirror Layout Editor 4; School Council 2,3,4; School Musical 3; House Council 2; Sec'y 3; Fire 2,3,4.

BRUDER, DANIEL BRUTZMAN, DONALD “ DON " Chess 2,3,4; Computer 2,3,4; Student Exchange 2.

Band 2,3; Lab Aid 3,4; Fencing 3,4.

BERMAN, ERIC Soccer 2,3; Karate 3,4; Southern Voice Produc­ tion Manager 4; Lacrosse 4.

BERNZOTT, BARBARA “ BARB" Pep 2,3,4; Wrestling Manager 3,4.

BRYAN, PAUL Soccer Manager 4.

B U C C , SUSAN Choir 2; Pep 3,4.

BURKS, W ILLIAM “BILL" Baseball 2; Soccer 2,3,4.

Varsity Swimming 2,3,4 Captain 4.

BIERMANN, SHARON

ANASTASIO, M ATILDA

Advertising 3; Make-Up 2; Secretary of Home­ room 2; Assembly 3,4; Vice Chairman, Home­ room 3,4; House Council 3,4; Elections 3,4; Yearbook 3.

"D O R"

BLASI, DEBORAH

"TONY" Football 2.

APPLEGATE, GERALD “JERRY" Intramural Football 2; Amateur Radio 3; Intra­ mural Basketball 4.

APPLEGATE, STEVEN ARAKELIAN, CHARLES ARLEO, MARY Volleyball 2; Stage Painting 3; Civics Secretary, Treasurer 3,4; Recorder 4.

ARNSTEN, BARBARA “ BARBIE” Elections 2,3; Parnassian 2,3,4; Columbian 2; Natural Foods 2,3; Assembly 3; Elections 2,3; Fire 3,4; Medicine Unlimited 3; Mirror 3, Editorin-Chief.

"BLAZ" Future Teachers of America 2; Pep 2,3,4; Soph­ omore Orientation 3; Mirror 3.

BLAU, CHARLES "CHU CK" Columbian photographer 2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4; Photographer Yearbook 2; Political Govern­ ment 2,3; Vice-President South House 4; Editorin-Chief of Southern Voice 4; School Council 4.

BLOU, MARK Basketball, Football Manager 2,3,4.

BOBER, CONSTANCE BOGAN, MARY ELLEN

AUCIELLO , DONNA Cheerleading 2,3,4.

"BEANIE" Props 2; Pep 2,3; Mirror 3,4; Twirler 4.

AULD, LAUREN JOAN

BOSCANO, MARILYN

Pep, Civics, Choir 2,3,4.

BAEBI, JOE BAHARAM IPOUR, MEH BAILEY, JOY BALASH, TERRI

BOWLES, RODNEY BRAINARD, JOCELYN Stage Painting 2,3,4; School Musical 3; Guildscript 4.

BRANDEL, MICHAEL BREGMAN, DANIEL SETH

BARRERA, GERARDO

Assembly 2,3,4; Parnassian 2,3,4; House Council 3; All School Drama 2; Columbian 2,3,4; Year­ book Activities Editor 4.

BAUM, DANIEL

BECKER, ELLEN

CALNEY, CARY Track 2; Music 2,3,4.

CAMERON, DORIS CANACE, BARBARA CALDERON, RICHARD Black Student Union 4; Soccer 4.

CALDERON, ROBERT CARDILLO , ROSEMARIE Track 3.

CARTER, RENEE FSPAC 2; Black Student Union 2,3,4; Elections 2; G.A.A. 2.

CARTMELL, MICHAEL Soccer 2,3.

CASALE, GERALD

Columbian 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; House Council 4; Southern Voice 4; Guildscript 3,4; Film 4.

Bicycle 2,3; Council 2,4; Fire 2,3,4; Chairman 4; Parnassian 2,3; School Musical 2,3,4.

BUTKUS, M ICHAEL JOHN “MIKE" Student Council 2; Football 2,3; Captain 4; Bas­ ketball 2,3,4; Lacrosse 3,4.

"JERRY" Elections 4.

BALDI, HELEN

BARTON, ANNE

BUTERA, ANTHONY

Hockey 2,3,4.

Columbian 2,3; Varsity Tennis Manager 2,3,4; All School Musical Production 2,3,4; Student Council 4.

Parnassian, Society 2,3,4; School Musical 2,3,4; Tutorial 2,3; Madrigals 3; Fencing 4.

BUSICHIO, DOREEN

BRIEF, JULIE

BRILL, NICOLAS H. "NICK" Ski Club 2,3.

BRO DN ICK, ANDREW BROWN, ROBERT

Band 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; G.A.A. 3.

BROWN, PAMELA

BELL, CAROLINE W.

"PAM" Student Council 2,3.

BELL, PAUL

BROWN, NELSON

CERZA, DENISE ANNE

CONN, DAVID

Social 2; Chorus 3.

Band 2,3; Columbian 2,3,4; House Council 2; Chess 3,4; Student Council 3,4.

CHENCHERIK, THERESE H.R. Pres. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Pep 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Prom 4.

CONROY, KATHLEEN CONROY, PATRICIA

CHIU, CATHERINE

"PATTI" Pep 2,3.

CHIU, JOYCE German 3.

CONSTABLE, FRANCES

CHRISTIAN, CAROL ANN

CONVISSOR, LAURIE

"SISSY SLIDE SLIP" Swimteam 2,3; GAA 2,3.

CONNEY, WALTER "BUTCH"

CHRISTIE, CYNTHIA

CORE, DEBORAH

"CINDY" Yearbook 4; H.R. Treasurer.

"DEBBIE"

CHUSID, RICHARD "RICKY" Elections 2,3; Track 2; Future Physicians 3.

CICIOLA, MICHELE East House Sec. 2; Tri-Partite 2, H.R. Sec 3; Coat Girl 4; Yearbook 4; Prom 4.

CORREA, ELIZABETH Spanish 3; Track 3; Basketball 4.

DE MARCO, DEBBIE

CORTEZ, JOAQUIM

DE MARCO, ROY

CORVINO, TONY

DE SERIO, KATHY

Basketball Manager 4; Track 4.

CICCARONE, JOHN

COSTA, DIANE

"CHICK" Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4.

Pep 2,3,4; Folk 2; Yearbook 3.

DE VIVO, MARY H.R. Chairman 2; School Council 2; Columbian 2,3; East House Treasurer 3; Fire 2,3,4; Cheer­ leader 3,4; East House Council 4.

CARMEN, CIFELLI

COYLE, DAVID

Soccer 2,3,4.

Frisbee 4; Basketball 4.

CIPOLINI, DIANE

CRAGG, JOHN

DEVINSKY, ORRIN

CRESS, MINDY

West House Council 2; H.R. Vice Pres. 2; Chess 2; Debating 2; Medicine Unlimited 2; Colum­ bian 2; Guildscript 2; 10% Chairman 2; West House Pres. 3; Coordinating 3,4; Executive 3,4; Advisory 3,4; Intramural 3,4; Traditions 3; Prom 3; Basketball 3; School Pres. 4; Elections Eligibi­ lity 4.

"CIP" Civics 2; Pep 2,3; Twirling 3, Yearbook 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Prom 4; Health Life Media 4.

Columbian 2; Fencing 2; H.R. Pres. 3; Editor-inChief Guildscript 4.

CLARK, CAROL CRONK, RICHARD

Social 2; Swim Team 3,4.

"RICHIE"

CLARK, LINDA CUMMINGS, NANCY

Social 2,3; President 4.

Dl ROCCO, CHERYLE ANNE

D'AMICO, WAYNE

"SHERRY" Social 4.

CLAUBURG, CATHERINE

Wrestling 2,3,4.

COCOZZA, MARY S.

D'AGOSTINI, CLAIRE D'AGOSTINI, LESLIE

COCUZZA, GRACE Social 2; Batgirl 2; School Musical 2; Stage Painting 3; Assembly 4; Yearbook 3,4.

DIAS, FAYE

Social 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3; Prom 4.

CLARK, MICHAEL

Pep 2,3,4; Social 2; Spanish 3.

DEEHAN, CATHERINE Prom 4; Yearbook 4

DALY, RENEE Black Student Union 2,3,4; Sec. 4; Prom 4.

COHEN, LINDA

DAVIS, PAMELA

House Council 2,3,4; Dance 2,3; Health Food 3; Volleyball 3.

"PAM" Pep 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3.

Dl RISIO, FRANCINE DINERMAN, ELLEN DLUGOSZ, MARIAN DOUGHERTY, JOHN DOWLING, JANICE DOWNEY, KENNETH Football 2; Intramurals 2,3.

COHEN, LINDA

DAWE, MARTIN

COHEN, SETH

DE CAMP, BILL

Orchestra 2,3,4; Elections 2, School Musical 2; Council 2,3,4; S.S.C. 3.

Baseball 2,3,4; Chess 2,3.

DRECHSEL, PATRICIA

DE CASTRO, DOREEN

Civics 4; Yearbook 4.

COHEN, THOMAS

DE CICCO, CELESTE

COLES, MARY

DE CICCO, MIKE

CONIARIS, CYNTHIA "CYNTH" Props 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Bookstore 2,3; Student Ex­ change 2; Pep 3,4; Yearbook 3; Prom 4.

CONLY, JUDITH Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Zappa Krappa 2,3,4.

Musical

DEFINO, ROBERT JOSEPH "BOB" Track 2; Soccer 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; H.R. Vice Pres. 4.

2,3,4;

DE LUISI, SANDRA

DRECHSEL, JOAN

DUBLER, GLENN

"Puddles."

GELB, PATRICIA LORI

DUFFEY, PATRICIA E.

FOCHESATIO, PAUL

"Patti" Pep 2,3,4; Mirror 3,4; Ski 3; Parnassian 4.

DULEBA, DO ROTHY

FO G GIO , MICHAEL

GELMAN, SANDRA

Bookstore 2,3,4; C.A.A. 2,3; Pep 3; Yearbook 3; Cheerleading 4; Karate 4.

FOLEY, LISA

"Sandi" Social 2; Baseball Bat Girl 2; School Musical 2,3,4; Mirror 3,4; Dance 4; Guildscript 4.

DURNING, CECELIA

“ Fol" Ski 2,3; Bookstore 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Mirror 3; Tennis 3; Track 3; Pep 3,4; Prom 4; Girls' Bas­ ketball Co-captain 4; Display Case 4.

DW ORTZAN, ALAN Medicine Unlimited 2,3; Columbian 2,3; Year­ book 4; Elections 4.

EINBINDER, BETTE Civics 2; H.R. Sec 3,4; Special Services 3,4; Year­ book 4.

EISNER, JULIE ENDERLE, ALBERT

GERGELY, VILMA GERSHON, BONNIE SUE Columbian 3,4; Spanish 3; Fencing 3.

FOLKMAN, MARTIN I.

GETTER, JANE

Parnassian 2,3, president 4; Folk 2, president 3; House Council 2,3; School Council 4; Assembly 4.

GIALANELLA, DONALD

FORTIER, ANITA JEAN Social 2,3; Basketball 4.

FOX, LAUREL FOX, TIM OTHY "Foxy"

GIBBONS, MARIANNE Modern Dance 2; Columbian 2; School Musical 2; Pep 3,4; School Council 3; Mirror 3,4; F.L.E.S. 3,4; Prom 4; Choir 4.

GIG O U RTAKIS, ANNE Baseball 2; Bicycle 4.

GILSON, BRUCE

ENDICK, MELVIN

FRAM, EVAN

“MEL" Wrestling 2; Photography 2; Medicine Unlim­ ited 3; Guildscript 3,4; Creative Writing 3,4; Bi­ cycle 3; Pres. German 3; Shakespearean So­ ciety, 4.

Math Lab Aide 2; Math 2; Computer 2; Frisbee 2.

GIO RDAN O , ANTHONY

FRASCO, CAMILLIE

G IO RD AN O , PATRICK

ENJEIAN, BARBARA

Civics 2,4.

FRASCO, JOANNE School Drama 2; Pep 3; Twirling 4.

ENSMINCER, NANCY Elections 2,4; H.R. Vice Pres. 2; Drama 2; Co­ lumbian 2; Southern Voice 4.

FREDA, NANCY-JANE

FARQUHAR, SHARON FATZLER, PATRICIA “ PATTY"

Folk 3.

GLACY, STEPHEN D. "Glac"

GLANCY, MARY "J.W."

FRIEL, TIM OTHY

GLEASON, MARGARET

FRIEMUTH, ROBERT

GO CKE, MARK

"Bob" Basketball 2; Cross Country 2; Baseball 2; Chess 2.

GO GAN , MICHAEL

EVANGELISTA, MICHELE

Columbian 2; Tutorial 3; Intramurals 4; South­ ern Voice.

G IO RD AN O , SUSAN

FREEMON, AIDA EULO, LINDA

FANTL, RICHARD E.

Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4.

FRESCO, ANTHONY "T ony"

FRESCO, FRANK

"Mike"

GO LDM AN , JOSEPH GO LDM AN , LEAH Civics 4.

FRIEBAND, ROY

G O LD RIN G , JODI

Elections 2,3; Tri-Partite 3.

FRIED, JERRY

House Council 2; Elections 2; Traditions 2; As­ sembly 4.

FEINBERC, BETTY

FRIEDMAN, ALLEN DAVID

GO LDSM ITH, AMY

FAYNOR, CAROL L.

School Musical 2; House Council 2,3; F.L.E.S. 3; Audio-Visual 3,4; Mirror 4.

Spanish 2,3; Medicine Unlimited 2, president 3.

FRIEDMAN, DEAN MICHEAL

FEKETIE, MICHAEL

"MIKE" Tennis 2,3,4; Chess 2,3,4.

FELDMAN, CRAIG L.

FU, JOSEPH

Basketball 2,4; Football 2,3; Lacrosse 3,4; Intra­ murals 4.

FINKE, NOREEN Tennis 2; Modern Dance 2; Pep 2,3; Mirror 3,4; Columbian 3; Social Secretary 4.

GAINER, MARK House Council Treasurer 2; Orchestra, Band 2,3,4; Bicycle President 3,4; Southern Voice 4.

GALLIGAN, JOHN

FINN, DAVID GALLOP, JOAN A. FISHER, RENEE LYNN

GONZALEZ, RON Band 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3; Outdoor Track 2; Cross Country 3,4.

G O RD O N , PATRICIA GORTLER, FRAN Hall Monitor 2.

GOTSCH, CHARLES GOW ER, PAMELA

Middle States Evaluation 2; Unstructured Time 2; Assembly 3,4; Student Council 4; Mirror 3, Statistics Editor 4.

GRAMER, ELIZABETH

GARNEAU, STEVEN

GRAPEK, JOHN

Intramurals 2.

GAW ENUS, MATTHEW

GRASMERE, LOUISE

FLAMOS, MICHAEL

"Matt" Choir 2,3,4; School Musical 2,3,4.

GRAY, LAURIE

Parnassian 4; Future Teachers of America 4.

FITZMAURICE, PATRICIA FITZPATRICK, JOHN

"Betsy" Social 2.

CRAY, LINDA GRAYSON, SUSAN GREENBAUM, MARGIE Social 3, vice-president 4; Mirror 4; Prom 4.

GREENBAUM, MARGOT School Musical 2,4; School Drama 2; Tri-Partite 2,3,4; Columbian 2,3; Elections 2,3,4; F.L.E.S. 2; School Council 3,4; Prom 3; Parnassian 3,4; Mir­ ror Business Manager 4; Intramurals 4; Shake­ speare 4; Fire 4.

GREENSTONE, LARRY School Musical 3; Parnassian 3.

GRO DO FSKY, MINDY R. Elections 3,4; Mirror 4.

"Joe" Soccer 2,3.

Pep 2; School Drama 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Social 3,4; Soccer Team Manager 4; Mirror 4; Newcomers Chairman 4; Prom 4.

JACKSON, LAUREN A.

HELLER, HAL

G.A.A. 2,3; Pep 3; Intramurals 3.

HERSH, PETER

JACOBS, GLENN

biology 2; Photography 2; Medicine Unlimited 3; Columbian 3; Mirror Photography Editor 4.

JACOBSEN, JOHN Elections 2; Intrumurals 2,3,4.

HERTER, HERBERT

JANOWSKI, WILLIAM

HIND, HELEN

"Bill" Band & Orchestra 2,3,4, Medicine Unlimited 2; Soccer 2; Wrestling 2.

Mirror 4; House Council 4.

HINES, ANDREW Hall Monitor 2.

JAROSINSKI, JOE

HIRSCH, MARC

JEMAS, ELAINE

Frisbee 4.

Audio-Visual 3,4; Art Service 4; Civics 4.

HIRSCHBERG, DANIEL

JETKO, CLARICE

Senior Class Secretary 4; Prom 4.

"Dan" Intramurals 4.

JOHNSON, LISA ANN

GUNNING, JOHN

HOENS, JOHN

GROSS, CHARLES GU ARDUCCI, NAN

Intramurals 2; Lab Assistant 3,4; Audio-Visual 4.

“ Patrick"

JOHNSTON, KENNETH

HO O D, CHRIS

JOSEPH, ADLAI

GW ATKIN, SHARON Folk 2; Israeli Dance 3; School Musical 2,3; Stu­ dent Council 3,4; East House Concert 3; Fire 4; Columbian 4.

HAAG, LORI "Floyd" Pep 2,3, Co-Chairman 4; C.A.A. 2,3; School Council 4; Executive 4.

HOPMAYER, BARBARA Health Foods 2.

JOYIENS, TERRY

HORII, KENNETH

"Teal" Black Student Union 2, vice-president 3, presi­ dent 4; G.A.A. 2,3; FSPAC 2; Social 2; Student Council 3,4; Prom 4.

HORNING, THOMAS HUBSCHMAN, W ENDY

JULIANO, MARK

Swim 2; Soccer 2,3,4; Wrestling 3,4.

"Hubsch" Gymnastics 2; Social 3; Prom 3; Mirror 4; Guildscript 4.

House Council 4.

HALDY, ROBERT

HUNT, ALAN

KANE, ROBERT C.

HUNTER, SARA

"Bob" Baseball 2,4; Ski 2.

HAGERTY, CHAD V.

"Bob" Spanish 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Gymnastics 3,4.

HALIBEY, ZIRKA HAND, RICHARD Stage Crew 2; Track 2,3,4.

Chorus 2,3; Dance 3.

KAPLAN, ROBIN

HUSTON, CARYL G.A.A. 2,3; Ski 2,3; F.L.E.S. 3; Track 3; Tennis 3; Prom 4; Pep 4; Basketball Co-Captain 4; Guildscript 4.

HANDLEY, SHARON Intramural 2,3,4; Elections 3,4; Stage Painting, 3; Elections 4.

HARDY, WILLIAM PAT

HARRIS, TOMMY HARTMANN, ARTHUR "Art" Wrestling 2,3; Ski 2,3,4; Track 2.

HASKIN, LEE

KARCHER, JOHN

IANTOSCA, JOSEPH ILNYCKYJ, OLEH

KARDYS, PETER

Bicycle 2,4; Chess 4; Intramurals 4.

KARSMARSKI, ELAINE Volleyball 2; Baseball Manager 3; Pep 4.

ISAAC, CLARENCE Track 2.

Guildscript 2; House Council 3; Mirror 4; House Secretary 4.

Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 4; House Council 2; Intra­ murals 3,4.

"Pat"

HARRINGTON, PATRICK

KAMENS, ELIZABETH

"Chip" Football 2,3,4; Math Lab Aide 2,3,4; School Council 4.

KATCHER, FAITH Social 2,3; Mirror 3,4; House Council 3,4; Shakespear 4; Tri-Partite 4; Guildscript 4; New­ comers 4.

ISETTS, WILLIAM "Bill" Wrestling 2.

KEARNEY, HARRY A. "Hank" Swim 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4.

IZQ UIERDO , JOSE

track 2; House Council 4.

HAYDEN, WINNIE Newcomers 4; School Council 4; Social 4.

HAYES, EDWARD HEALY, KEVIN HEBER, MARGARETE ANN Swim Team Manager 3,4; Display Case 3,4.

HEINE, VALERIE "Val"

JJ

JJ

KEDERSHA, JULIE Fencing 2; School Musical 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Columbian 3,4; F.L.E.S. 3; Mirror 4.

Israeli Folk Dance 3; Student Exchange 3; Soci­ ology 4.

LANGEN, M ICHAEL KELLY, MARTIN KELTON, DO RO THY KENNY, MARK

LANGLEY, MARGARET P. "Peggy" School Musical 2,3,4; Columbian 2; Parnassian 2,3,4; Assembly 3,4; Natural Foods 3; School Council 4; Band 4.

KERZNER, SETH LARA W AY, RAYM OND KESSLER, ALLAN LASSAR, THOMAS KESSLER, NANCY L. Natural Foods 2; House Council 3.

LAWALL, DEBORAH

KESSLER, RONA

"Deb" House Council 2.

Social 2; Ski 2; Student Council 4; Fire 4; Mirror 4.

LAZAR, AMY

KESZLER, ROGER KIMMELMAN, JOAN

Unstructured Time 2,3; Columbian 2,3; Bicycle 2; Middle States Evaluation 3. Elections 3,4; House Council 3; Fire 4; School Secretary 4; Guildscript 4.

LIZZA, MARISSA "Mertz" Italian 3.

LOM BARDY, AN THO N Y LOVEITT, ROBYN Assembly 2; Yearbook 3,4.

LUPPINO, DERRICK Traffic 2; Chess 2; Intramural 3,4; Audio-Visual 2,3; Sports and Society 4.

LYNOTT, KEITH M ACKINSON, EILEEN Vice Chairman of Display 3; President of Art Service 4; Guildscript Art Editor.

M ADDEN, JOHN PATRICK Football 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Track 4.

M ADDEN, M ICHAEL Football 2,3,4.

Elections 2, secretary 3, chairman 4; Advisory 4.

KLEIN, VIRGINIA

LEBOW ITZ, SCOTT

"Ginny"

LEDERMAN, HAL

KLIGM AN, LAWRENCE

LEHRMAN, STEVEN J.

"Kliggy" F.L.E.S. 3; Student Council 4; Tri-Partite 4; Intra­ murals 4.

Columbian 3,4; School drama 3; Homeroom Vice-Chairman 3; School musical 3,4; Vice Pres­ ident of Parnassian Society 3,4; North House Vice-President 4; Concert Choir 4.

KO CH, KEVIN KOGEL, JOSEPH KOGEN, BONNI

M ADIGAN , JEFFREY "Jeff"

M AGLIARO , ANGELA

LERRO, CARMELA LESKANIC, RAYM OND

M AHONEY, DO UGLAS MAISTO, REMO M ANCUSO, CAROL M ANDRUSIAK, IRENE E. Spanish 3; Intramural 3; Civics 4.

LEVIN, M ICHAEL W.

M ANDRUSIAK, M ARKO

Italian 3,4.

"Brother Levinsky"; Homeroom Vice-President 2; Homeroom President 3.

KO N KO W SKI, CHARLES

LEVINE, BERNARD

KO SAKO W SKI, EDW ARD

"Bemie" Chess Club 2,3; Track 2; Frisbee 4.

"Barb" Special 3; Lab Assistant 4.

KO LO D KA, MARY

MANGASARIAN, BARBARA ANN

KRAFCHIK, GENEVIEVE KRAFTE, BRUCE I. "Paco," "Fat-Man" Football 2; Sociology 3,4.

KRAGEN, W ILLIAM

LEVINE, BETH

M ANGIERI, DANIEL

LEVINE, PATRICIA

M ANGINELLI, M ICHAEL

"Patty" • Homeroom Treasurer 2,3,4; Yearbook 3; Twirler 4.

House Council 2.

"Billy" Soccer 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Intramurals 4.

LEVITT, NANCY

KRALL, LINDA

LEWIS, ARTHUR

KRUTULIS, W ILLIAM

"The itch" Soccer 3,4; South House Council 2,3; President 4; Columbian 2; Baseball 2; Varsity 4; Intra­ murals 4.

KUCHLER, KAREN KUESTER, JEANNE "Jeannie" Ski 2; Pep 3; School Drama 3; School Musical 3,4; Mirror 3,4; Prom 4.

Photography 2; Homeroom Vice President 4.

LEWIS, JONES DONNA "Tee Hee" Art service 4; Prom 4.

LEWIS, ROBIN

MANNO, DENISE MANTIN, DONNA MARGULES, DAVID "Paul Newman" Swimming 2; All-School Drama 2; Tutorial 2; Columbian 2,3,4; Council 2,3,4; Fire 2,3,4; As­ sembly 2,3,4; Fencing 4; Parnassian 2,3,4.

M ARING, SHERYL MARINO, G EO RG IA R. Parnassian 2,3; Folk 3; Unstructured Time 2,3; Guildscript 4.

M ARQUEZ, JOSE

Photography 2.

Student Exchange 2,3,4; Parnassian Society 2,3,4; All-School Productions 2,3; Special Ser­ vice 3.

KYLE, JOHN L.

LIEBMAN, ANDREW

MARTIN, FRANCESCA

"Anj" Class Rank 2; Elections 2; School musical 2; School Council 2,3; Middle State Committee 3; Columbian 2,3,4; Parnassian Society 2,3,4; As­ sembly 3,4; Fire 3,4.

"Fran" Unstructured Time 3; Mid-Atlantic States Eval­ uation 3; Bookstore 2,3,4; Intramural 2,3,4; Ex­ ecutive 4.

KUSKIN, KATHY

LA RUSSO, ROBERT LAFFERTY, NEAL "Hawkeye" Outdoor Track, 2,3; Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3,4.

LINDEMAN, SUSAN

LAGEMANN, LINDA

LITMAN, RONNIE SUE

LAITER, LISA

student Exchange 2,3; Columbian 2,3; Dance 4; Physics Lab Aid 4; Yearbook 4.

M ARLOW E, TINA

M ARTANO, JAMES MASELLI, DONNA Homeroom Secretary 2; Gymnastics 3.

MASI, ELIZABETH

MASSA, FRANK

McNEIL, TOM

Football 2; Track 2; Cross Country 3,4; Band 2,3,4.

"Norton"

MATTIE, LISA Civics 4.

MATIJAS, BARBARA Hall Monitor

MAUCIONE, ANGELO MAUCIONE, CHARLES MAYER, ROBERT "Brother Mayer" Homeroom President 2; Homeroom Treasurer 3; Soccer 2,3,4; South House Treasurer 4.

MAYERSON, BRUCE

MEADE, SUSAN

NIEDERMAN, CARYN NIZOLAK, WILLIAM "Billy"

MERCANDANTE, ROBERT

NOONAN, KATHLEEN

MERRIGAN, MICHELE

"Kathy" Tutorial 4; Civics 4.

METRO, VICTOR

NOTELLE, SUSAN

MEYER, WALTER

O'CONNER, MAUREEN

MICCHELLI, KEVIN MILLER, ALBERT MILLER, LEE MILLER, NANCY

O'NEAL, DONALD O'NEILL, PATRICIA "Patty" Homeroom President 2; G.A.A. tennis 2; Stu­ dent Council 2; All-School musical 3; Senior Class President 4; Alternate Coat Girl 4.

MAZZA, GIOVANNI

Bookstore 3; Special Service 3; Homeroom Chairman 4; Props 4; Yearbook 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Parnassian 4.

O'BRIEN, ELLEN

McC a r t h y ,

MILLERICK, STACEY

OBSHARSKY, HELEN

bruce

"Mac" Track 2,3; Intramural 2,3,4.

Fencing 2; Spanish 2.

MINER, MARK

McATEER, MICHAEL

MIRRA, STEVEN

M cDONAGH, MARK

MISALE, JOSEPH

Assembly 2; Frisbee 3; Computer Lab Aide 2,3,4; Computer Club 2,3,4; Fencing 3,4.

McGINLEY, ALICE

MOLLACH, SANDRA "Sandy" Yearbook 4.

MOONEY, JOHN Mc G in n is ,

jo a n

Pep 2; Ski 2,3; Baseball manager 3.

McGRADY, ELLEN Gladys" Pep 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Yearbook 3.

"). T." Homeroom President 2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4; la ­ crosse 2,3,4; Sports Editor—Yearbook 4.

MOONEY, JOYCE

OGDEN, GEORGE OLIVA, DENNIS JAMES "Denny O." Football 2,3,4.

ORNSTEIN, MICHELLE Fire, 3;

OWENS, PETER PAKONIS, MIKE PALISI, JANE

"Hooch" Sports Editor—Mirror 4; Intramural 4.

PALLADINO, RICHARD

Golf 2; Homeroom Representative 2.

MORULAS, RAUL

"Pug" Baseball 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4.

McNANY, TIM

Special Service 3; Assembly 3; School Drama 3; Musical 2,3,4; Parnassian 3,4; School Mascot 4; South House Newspaper 4.

M cLEOD, RICHARD C.

School Musical 2; Gymnastics-Captain 2,3,4 Yearbook 4.

MULLER, JEFFREY W. "Jeff"

MURPHY, GREGORY Future Teachers 2; Homeroom Vice President 3,4; West House Council 3,4; Assembly 4; Chess 4.

MUSUM, JAYNE Concert Choir 3; Recorder 4; Smoking Com­ mittee 4; Scenery Set Painting 2,4.

MUTSHNIK, HANA NEBEL, PENNY Choir 4.

PALLEN, LAURIE PALLITTA, MARYANN PALMISANO, ROGER MICHAEL "Teddy Bear" Homeroom Treasurer 3; Soccer 3; Homeroom Vice President 4; East House Council 4; Indoor Track 4; Lacrosse 3,4.

PANGIUCHI, JOHN PANKO, JOLENE Intramural 2,3.

PAPERA, JOHN PAYNE, PATRICIA "Patty" Display Case 3,4; Assembly 4; Mirror 4.

NEIBART, JANET

PELECH, IRENE A.

NEIBART, RICHARD

Chorus 2; Future Teachers of America 2; Span­ ish 3; Bookstore 2,3,4; Civics 4; Madrigals 4.

Chess 2,3; Soccer 2,3,4; School Treasurer 4; AV Crew 2,3,4.

PEREZ, ANITA

NEWMAN, BARBI ELLEN

PERLMUTTER, RISA

NEWMARK, ROBIN LEE

PERNA, GREY

Columbian 2,3; C.H.S. Technical Crew 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; All-School musical 2,3,4; Zappa Krappa 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 4.

Wrestling 2,3; Lacrosse 2,3,4.

NEWSOME, M ONICA

PETROSKI, CHRIS

NICHOLSON, PATRICK

PETRUZZIELLO, SERGIO

PETERSON, KENDALL

PISTOL, HOW ARD F.L.E.S. 4.

PITTMAN, DAVID Sophomore Choir 2; Concert Choir 3; AllSchool Musical 2,3,4; All-School Drama 3,4; Parnassian-Treasurer 2,3,4; West House Council 4; Sophomore Orientation 3,4.

POCANY, BLAISE "Motley" Homeroom Vice President 2; Football 2; Base­ ball 2; Homeroom President 3; Basketball 2,3.

POLICASTRO, JOHN Intramural 2,3,4; Editor-Double Exposure 4.

POLITI, REGINA Basketball 2; Pep 3; Social 3; Yearbook 3,4.

PORCELLI, MARIE POWELL, PAMELA MARIE "Pam" Homeroom Vice President 3,4; Black Student Union 2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook 4; Dance 2,3,4.

PRIZZI, MARY Ski 2; Cheerleading 4.

REILLY, KERRY

ROTH, FLORA ELLEN Civics 4; Yearbook 4.

PUMP, CAROL

"Ace" Ping Pong 2; Basketball Manager 2,3; Chess 3; Golf Captain 2,3,4; Fencing Club 4; Intramural 2,3,4.

PURCELL, REGINA Homeroom Vice President 2; Bookstore 2,3; Civics 4.

QUERQUES, JEFFREY QUINN, ANNE QUINN, BRIAN RADOS, ANDREW "Andy" Photography 4.

RAFEL, LEWIS RACONESE, PATSY "The Saint" Homeroom Chairman 2,3,4; Baseball 3; School Council 3,4.

RAHUSEN, NEIL

REISS, KEVIN Cross Country Team-Captain 2,3,4; Indoor Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4.

ROTHMAN, RANDEE ROTHSTEIN, MITCHELL Swimming 2; Track 2,3; Gymnastics 3,4; Health 3,4; Band 2,3; Columbian 4.

ROTONDA, ANGELO

RENNER, ROBERT

Italian President 4.

REYMONT, RICHARD

ROZANSKI, DONNA

Electronics 3; Tennis Team 2,3,4.

Hall Monitor 2.

RIBOT, GREGORY

RUBENSTEIN, GAIL

RICCI, BARBARA RICHARDS, HOLLY BETH Basketball 2; G.A.A. 2; Bulletin Board Chairman 3; Homeroom Vice Chairman 2,3,4; Social 4.

RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS Indoor Track 2,3,4; Outdoor Track 2,3,4.

Hall Monitor 2; Sandwich 2; Stage Painting 2; Yearbook 3; Prom 4.

RUBIN, CAREN Dance 2; Stage Painting 3; Bookstore 2,3,4; Yearbook 4.

RUSSAK, JOHN D. Wrestling 2,4; Student Council 4.

RYAN, MARK J.

Soccer 2,3.

RILLOX, M ONIKA

Track 2.

RAKOFSKY, ELLIOTT

RINGEL, PETER

SACHAROW , JEFFREY

Fencing 4.

RAKOW ITZ, PAUL RANKIN, NANCY RAPACKI, LEO

Football Manager 2,3,4.

RIPLEY, STEVEN MICHAEL "Rip" Stage Crew 2,3,4; Electronics 2,3,4.

ROBERTS, JOHN

Track 2; Sociology 3; Smoking 4; Intramurals 2,3,4.

SACHS, ANDREA SAGGESE, DENISE JANE Dance 2; Cheerleading 2; H.R. Treasurer 3,4.

ROBSON, ANN

SALKIN, LYDIA

RODMAN, MICHAEL J.

Tutorial 2,3,4; Parnassian 4; Shakespeare 4.

"Cyndi"

"Mike" Football 2,3,4; Columbian—Assistant Sports Edi­ tor 3,4.

SALNY, JILL

REGAN, COLLEEN

ROHAN, DIANE

RAVIN, LISA REARDON, CYNTHIA

C.A.A. 3.

REGAN, JOAN

ROMAN, REBECCA "Becky" A.V. 2,3,4; Prom 4.

REICHENSTEIN, JACKI Basketball Manager 3; Social 3; Cheerleading Secretary 4.

REIFF, ANDREA C. Ski 2,3,

ROOT, ROBERTA

SALOMON, CHRIS Baseball 2; Wrestling 2,3; Football 2,3,4.

SAM, LUCIA SAMONS, CHARLES "Charlie" Football 2; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Ski 2,3,4.

ROSEN, W ENDY SANBORN, MARK ROSS, FELICE

Wrestling 2,3.

Student Council 4; Yearbook 4.

STERNBERG, LOUIS

SARNO, ROBERT

SIEGEL, ROBIN

STEVENS, CHRISTINE

SAUNDERS, MICHAEL

Student Exchange 2; Elections 3,4; Assembly 4; Intramural 4; Yearbook 3,4.

STOCK, RICHARD

SAVITTIERI, JOHN

SILVER, ALLISON

STODDARD, REAGAN

SCALERA, JOHN

Finance 2; School Play 2; Parnassian 2,3; Assem­ bly 3,4; Prom 4; Columbian 2,3; Arts Editor, 4; Yearbook 3,4; Fire 3; Treasurer 4.

SANDERS, ANDREW

STRAUS, DEBORAH

SILVERSTEIN, STEVEN

"DEBBIE" G.A.A. 2; Intramurals 2; Props 2; German 3; Prom 4.

"STEVE" Wrestling 2,3; A.V. 2,3,4.

SULLIVAN, BONNIE

SIM KO, KAREN

SULLIVAN, RICHARD

SIMON, MARK

"RICH" Intramurals 2; German 2; Choir 2; Chess 3.

Hall Monitor 2; Elections 2; H.R. Secretary 4.

"MARKY" Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; School Musical 2,3,4.

SULLIVAN, CHRISTOPHER

SCHOTTENFELD, BARBARA

SMIALOWSKI, PATRICIA

SULLIVAN, STEVEN

SCHREIBER, MIRIAM S.

SMILOW, LYNNE

"STEVE" Chess 4; Intramural 2,3,4.

H.R. Treasurer 2; Finance 2, Social 3; Elections 3,4; Yearbook 4.

"LYNNIE" Council 2,3; Columbian 2,3; East House Presi­ dent 4; School Musical 2,3,4; Fire 2,3,4; Assem­ bly 4.

SCALERA, RICHARD Ski 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Film 3,4.

SCHINDEL, PAUL SCHLESINGER, SONNA Folk 2.

SCHOENBERGER, LORI

SUROW ITCH, JANE

SMOLIN, ROBERT

"MAGGIE MAY" Stage 2; Photography 2; Pep 2,3, H.R. Vice-Pres­ ident 3; School Musical 3; Ski 3; Band 2,3; Choir 4; Guildscript 4; Twirler 4.

"ROB" Karate 3,4; H.R. Vice-President.

SUZUKI, NOBUYUKI

SOLOM ON, JO LI E

"NOBU" Intramural 4.

Columbian 2,3; Sports Editor 4; Intramural 2,4.

SORIANO, RITA

SWASS, CORINNE

SCHWARTZ, ROBIN

SOUISA, MARGIE

SWEENEY, KATE

SPINGARN, JILL

"SWEEN" G.A.A. 2,3; Pep 3; Prom 4; Basketball 4.

SCHROEDER, FAITH Costume 2; Scenery 2; Intramural 2,3; Display 4.

SCHUSTER, KAREN "SHIFTY" Pep 2; Twirling 3,4.

SCHWARTZ, RICHARD

Unstructured Time 2; Tennis 2; School Musical 2,3,4; School Council 3; Elections 3; Homeroom Representative 3,4; Assembly 4; House Council 4; Guildscript 4; 4 Yearbook 4.

Natural Foods 2; Civics 2.

STAGER, MARGARET

SCOTT, VICTOR

"MARGIE" Yearbook 3; German 3; Twirling 3; Captain 4; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4.

SEARLE, NANCY

STANCELL, VINCENT

SEGALL, BETH

STEINER, ELLEN

SCHWARZ, AARON

SWEENEY, LESLIE Health Food 2; Ski 2,3; Scenery 2,3; Fire 4.

SWEIGART, LORRAINE "RAINE"

Prom 4; Choir 4.

SELITTO, CECILIA SEYLER, M ONIQUE SHAPINSKI, JANICE SHAPIRO, MEIRA B. Tutorial 3,4; H.R. Representative 4.

SHERMAN, DANIEL "DAN" Columbian 2,3; Assistant Editor; Wrestling 2,3; Captain 4.

SHERMAN, ELIZABETH Orchestra 2,3,4.

SHIRE, HAROLD SHOLK, STEVEN Shakespeare Chairman 4.

SHRIVER, CATHERINE "CATHY"

SHURE, ABIGAIL "ABBIE" Yearbook 4.

SICHEL, SUSAN

Fire 2; East House Secretary 3; Vice-President 4; Columbian—Assignment Editor 4; Assembly 4.

STERN, JODY South House Council Secretary 2; School Musi­ cal 2,4; Unstructured Time 2; H.R. Vice-Presi­ dent 2; Yearbook 3; Senior Editor 4; Elections 3,4; Fire 4.

STERN, MURIEL

SWIFT, ROBERT SYRIS, MARY TAMBURO, PETER Basketball 4.

TARTANELLA, MARILYN TAYLOR, TERRY

TENNEY, VICTORIA

VOORHEES, ROBIN

"TORI" Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 4. Assembly 4.

"ROB" Track 2; Cross Country 2; Band 2,3,4.

TEVROW, ERIC

WAINEN, LORI

"TEV" Soccer 2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4.

Unstructured Time 2.

WAITER, MEYER W. THALER, WAYNE THEOHARIS, MARIA THORNTON, BRIAN J.

"WILLIAM" SOCCER 2.

W ALD, FRANCINE

Ski 2,3.

WALDEN, LESA DENISE

TIRONE, DONNA

Prom 4; Yearbook 4; Pep 4; Black Union 3,4.

Volleyball 2.

TIRONE, MARY F.

WALSH, DAVID

Cheerleader 2; H.R. Secretary 2; Civics 4.

WARD, STEVEN H.

TIRONE, PATRICK

WASHAM, PATRICIA

"PAT" Italian 3,4.

TIVENAN, CHRISTOPHER TOMARO, TERESA Pep

TONER, EDWARD A.

WATERS, PATRICIA "PATTI"

WEI, PAUL WEIMER, DOROTHY ANNE Volleyball 2.

WYRWA, DEBORAH

WILLIAMSON, JERRY LEE "J.W. Track, 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4.

"EDDIE" Track 3,4.

"Debbie"

TORSIELLO, JO ANN

WEINER, CARMI

TKACZ, ANDREW

WEINSTOCK, DAVID

TRENT, EDITH

WEINTRAUB, NANCY

"EDIE"

Elections 2, H.R. Treasurer 2; Yearbook 3; School Musical 3; Twirler 4.

"TIGER" Ping Pong 2; Golf 2; Chess 3; Fencing 3; Intra­ murals 2,3,4; Wrestling 4; )udo 4.

WEISS, STEVEN

W INCH, RONALD

TRIMBLE, LEE TU BLIT# EVAN FoJIyS; President 4; Assembly 3,4.

TUNNEY, ELISABETH

WINKLER, MARC WELLS, FORREST

ULIANO, JANET

Pep 2, Social 2; Painting 2,3; Yearbook-Art Edi­ tor 4; Guildscript 4; Elections 4.

UZZOLINO, ROBERT

WESTREICH, DEBBY

"LOON" Football 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4.

VALESTIN, PETER VAUGHAN, JACQUELINE "JACKIE"

WILSON, RICHARD

"RON"

WEST, NINA

VAN LOON, PETER

Basketball 3; Football announcer 3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4.

WEISS, WILLIAM

"LIZ"

Football 2,3,4; Lacrosse 3,4.

WILLIS, JOHN B.

WIATR, WALTER J.

WINSLOW, LAURIE W OLF, RODGER J. Basketball 2,3,4.

WRUBEL, RAYMOND A.

Track 2,3,4.

"RAY" Student Exchange 2,3,4; Parnassian 3; Band 2,3,4.

WILLIAMS, MARK

YAFET, DANIEL Soccer 2,3,4; Captain; Orchestra 2,3,4.

WILLIAMS, SHARON

YENDRICK, MARY YOURISH, ERIC

VELLUCCI, ANTHONY

"ERIC "the red" Yourish"

"TONY" Sociology 3; Italian 3,4; Bookstore Vice-President 2,3,4.

ZAKIN, RICHARD

VINCENT, SHARON VIOLA, ROBERT "BOBBY" Football 2,3,4.

VOGEL, PATRICIA Orchestra 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; School Musical 3,4.

VOLLHERBST, CHARLES H. "CHUCK" Track 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Band 2,3; Drum Major 4; Orchestra 4.

Chairman 3; School Council 3; Parnassian 3; Fire 3,4; Columbian 3,4, Senior Editor; Southern Voice 4.

BARBARA ARNSTEN-

SANDY BROW N-LAY-OUT

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

RISA PERLMUTTER—ADVERTISING JOHN MOONEY-SPORTS

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JOYCE MOONEY-SPORTS

1974 M IRRO R ED ITO R S MISSING, SUSAN G RAYSO N -FAC/AD

JR. ED ITO RS JUDY ZINS-BUSINESS ANDREA FEIRSTEIN —FAC/AD JANET BRIEF-LAY-O UT MITCH FELDM AN-PHO TO GRAPHY JAMIE SIEGAL—SENIOR SEDRA VARGA—STATISTICS

PETER HERSH-PHO TO GRAPHY

The production of this yearbook could not have been possible without the help of so many. We, the staff of this yearbook would like to thank all of you that have helped us in any way. W e would especially like to thank Mrs. Molly Rosenberg for her help and advice and Mr. Albert Mucci for his help in planning our financial affairs. To Mr. Roy Innocenti, our Bradbury-Keller representative, who was always there when we needed his help and advice. To Mr. Marvin Gershenfeld, Mr. Richard Gross and the rest of the staff at Richard's Studio for their help in developing and taking pictures at a mo­ ment's notice. Special thanks to Richard for standing on the gym roof to take the centerfold picture. To Ellen Dinerman, Laurie Convissor, Danny Bregman, Chuck Blaus and the Columbian for supplying us with additional photographs. Special thanks to Tommy Grotta and Valerie Heine for the swimming and some of the soccer photographs. To Eileen Mackinson, Betsy Gramer, Kathleen Noonan and especially Bonni Kogen for submitting artwork. To Doug Richardson, Tim McNany, Caryl Huston, Eric Tevrow, Bob DeFino, Frank Massa, Jon Solomon, and Billy Edwards for their help in the Sports section. To Allison Silver and Jolie Solomon for their articles. To Marrianne Gibbons and Ami Friedman for the fantastic job they did in advertising. To everyone else who helped in any way, thank you. Specifications Publisher: Bradbury Keller, Montgomery, Ala. Cover: Natural loose burlap. Paper: Calais Type: captions in 10 pt., body in 10pt., headlines in 18, 24, and 36 pt. type. Photography: senior portraits by Richard's Studio.

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