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:'IR . GEORGE H . ALL EX C nion Coll ege A.B. ; Columbia T .C., :'1.,\ . Att endan ce, Social Studi es :'IR . STEVE:-l BROZAK X .Y .U . :'IR. j A:'I ES J. A:'IBROS IXO C.C.X.Y. B.S. ; X.Y.U . :'I.A. American History. B.:\ . ; Fordham 11.:\ . :' II SS ELI ZABET H B. A:" DR EW S Sim mon s College B.S . ; X.Y.U ., :' I.A . Business, Business Club Russian , W orld Russian Circle H istory . :' IR. GORDOX C.. MPB EL L \ T renton State B.S. ; X .Y.U . :'I.A. Mechanical Drawing. :\ udie- Vi sual Club , Gymnastics, T rack ~ IR S . J EAN CANTE LUPE Stat e College o f Iowa B.A., Colum bia U nivers ity ~L A . :' II SS ETHE L C . C.-\SH :' IA:" Albany State T . C.: A.B.. :'I.A. English. English Dept. Chrm. What Is a T eacher? :'I R. ERXEST R. BARR A Ma nha tta n College A.B. ; Colum bia A .~ L ; Certifica te -A merican Academy in Rom e Latin. Latin Club, T en nis :'IR. WI LTOX E. BATY Cornell B.S.; Columbia :'I.A. ~IRS . J ANE L. BO:-lNERT Skidmore College A.B. E nglish . Devil s Mi r ror Physics, Chrm. ~I R . Scien ce A T eacher Is . D ept . C LIF FORD B. BORG U ni versity of the S ta te of :"J .Y . V oca tion a l Cer tificat e ~h ('hi nc Shop 12 MR . RAYMOND S. BO ROWI C Z Holy Cross College B.S. ; Ca nisius Co llege ~I.Ed . ~la thema t i('s , V a rsity Baseball, Slid r Rule Cl uh MR . W. C IA Y BRICK ER U niversity of Ok lah oma B A., :'lEd. Engl ish , Interact Club :'IR. R IC HA RD C. CL AR K U nive rsity of Delaware B.A. : ~I. E d . English, Yea rbook Literary St a ff M ISS LI LLI AN S. DA VIDS O N Me thodist H ospital of N u rsing R.N. ; N .Y.V . B.S. MI SS V IRG IN IA CLARK Columb ia B.A., M.A. American H istory MRS. DO ROT HY K . DAY Hu nter Co llege B.A . ; Co~ lumbia Unive rsity ~'LA . Engli sh, Ar ista ~I R . ROBERT B. CO LLER Boston U niversity in B.~ [ us . in Ed. : Potsdam Stat e T .C. ~ L S . in Mus. Ed. M usic, Choral Art Ensemble MR S. ALVERA A. DcA R ~ II TT Flower-Fifth Avenue S c hoo~ o f Nursing. ,R.N . : Ade lphi C ollege, B.S. Pract ical Nursing 13 MR. LESLI E A. DE II"EERDT Albany State 'r.c., B.A. ; Syracuse U niversity. M .A . G uida nce
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:'IR . GEORGE H . ALL EX C nion Coll ege A.B. ; Columbia T .C., :'1.,\ . Att endan ce, Social Studi es :'IR . STEVE:-l BROZAK X .Y .U . :'IR. j A:'I ES J. A:'IBROS IXO C.C.X.Y. B.S. ; X.Y.U . :'I.A. American History. B.:\ . ; Fordham 11.:\ . :' II SS ELI ZABET H B. A:" DR EW S Sim mon s College B.S . ; X.Y.U ., :' I.A . Business, Business Club Russian , W orld Russian Circle H istory . :' IR. GORDOX C.. MPB EL L \ T renton State B.S. ; X .Y.U . :'I.A. Mechanical Drawing. :\ udie- Vi sual Club , Gymnastics, T rack ~ IR S . J EAN CANTE LUPE Stat e College o f Iowa B.A., Colum bia U nivers ity ~L A . :' II SS ETHE L C . C.-\SH :' IA:" Albany State T . C.: A.B.. :'I.A. English. English Dept. Chrm. What Is a T eacher? :'I R. ERXEST R. BARR A Ma nha tta n College A.B. ; Colum bia A .~ L ; Certifica te -A merican Academy in Rom e Latin. Latin Club, T en nis :'IR. WI LTOX E. BATY Cornell B.S.; Columbia :'I.A. ~IRS . J ANE L. BO:-lNERT Skidmore College A.B. E nglish . Devil s Mi r ror Physics, Chrm. ~I R . Scien ce A T eacher Is . D ept . C LIF FORD B. BORG U ni versity of the S ta te of :"J .Y . V oca tion a l Cer tificat e ~h ('hi nc Shop 12 MR . RAYMOND S. BO ROWI C Z Holy Cross College B.S. ; Ca nisius Co llege ~I.Ed . ~la thema t i('s , V a rsity Baseball, Slid r Rule Cl uh MR . W. C IA Y BRICK ER U niversity of Ok lah oma B A., :'lEd. Engl ish , Interact Club :'IR. R IC HA RD C. CL AR K U nive rsity of Delaware B.A. : ~I. E d . English, Yea rbook Literary St a ff M ISS LI LLI AN S. DA VIDS O N Me thodist H ospital of N u rsing R.N. ; N .Y.V . B.S. MI SS V IRG IN IA CLARK Columb ia B.A., M.A. American H istory MRS. DO ROT HY K . DAY Hu nter Co llege B.A . ; Co~ lumbia Unive rsity ~'LA . Engli sh, Ar ista ~I R . ROBERT B. CO LLER Boston U niversity in B.~ [ us . in Ed. : Potsdam Stat e T .C. ~ L S . in Mus. Ed. M usic, Choral Art Ensemble MR S. ALVERA A. DcA R ~ II TT Flower-Fifth Avenue S c hoo~ o f Nursing. ,R.N . : Ade lphi C ollege, B.S. Pract ical Nursing 13 MR. LESLI E A. DE II"EERDT Albany State 'r.c., B.A. ; Syracuse U niversity. M .A . G uida nce
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)'I RS. ).IABEL F. GREE:-iE ~I R . ALFRED L. DO:" O FR IO :".Y .L:.• B.S., B.A. ~II S S Physical Educati on, H ea lth , Driver Ed., At hlet ic Director, Bo ys' A thletic Council ~I R . M ERYL EASSO:-l Adelphi Co llege, B.A . French ~1R S . Colgat e :-iAT HALI E D. Dl~I ETT :-i.Y.U ., B.S. Urii ve rs ity , A .B. , ~1 .A. Mat hema tics, K ey Club En glish , D rama Va ssar College . B.A. Co lum - MR. T HO MAS E. GAR BR IC K Mid dlebur y Un ive rsity, Penn. Sta te B.S . ; U nive rsi ty of Mich lg a n . ~ I.S . Chem istry ~II S S bia U n ivc rsitv. B.S. M ISS ELI ZABET H P. GOO DR IC H ROB ERT N. EW EN Albany Practical X u rsin g . Nur ses C lub :" .Y.l· .. BER:"I C E E. H.. LE \ State T .e .. B.S . : Fren ch C ol lege, A.B., ~ I. A . Futu re ~L\ . Business a constructive critic M R. FRA NK J. HO AR E ~ IR . ALV I:" )'IRS. RUT H B. HILL Albany State T .C., B.A. ; )'I.A . En glish FELD ~ I.-\:" State University at Albany, B.A., ~I.A . Spani sh MR. J AM ES E. F INLEY M R. DAV ID L. FL ORA Cornell University, B.S . Science Indi ana U n ive rsi ty , ),1.5 ., Ed.D. G uidance MR. W. FR ED RI CK HITSCHLER U ni ve rsity of Pe nnsylvania. Syracuse U nivcrsity. B.S . : Co lumbia Un ive rsity. ),1..-\ . Physics. Chemistry. Rad io Club B.S. : T emple University, A .M . Engl ish . D ebate Club University of Georgia. B.S . : Co lum bia University. :'1. 1.. \ . Interna tional Rela tions. World H isto ry B.S., MR . C H AR LES A. FO RT E FIRS T ROW-L. to R.- C. Ar clla . :\1. Snow . T. Sande rs. G . Seld in . S . Ledere r SECOND \ Vakc For est Coll ege , B.S . Physical Edu cat ion , D river Ed uc a tion , Baske tba ll R Oll'- ~ 1. Tucker, ~ L Sch miedcck e, I. Wa tkins, V . Clermont. M r. H oare checks S . R avin's work to find her m istake . M ISS A:-l:-lE MARIE FR ESN Pla t tsb u rgh State T.e .. B.S. )'I R. RI CH AR D E. HO FnI A:" MR . K ENNET H S. HO U SE A.ld cph i Co llegc , A .B. Biol ogy , Bo ta ny Club H orn e Econom ics 15
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)'I RS. ).IABEL F. GREE:-iE ~I R . ALFRED L. DO:" O FR IO :".Y .L:.• B.S., B.A. ~II S S Physical Educati on, H ea lth , Driver Ed., At hlet ic Director, Bo ys' A thletic Council ~I R . M ERYL EASSO:-l Adelphi Co llege, B.A . French ~1R S . Colgat e :-iAT HALI E D. Dl~I ETT :-i.Y.U ., B.S. Urii ve rs ity , A .B. , ~1 .A. Mat hema tics, K ey Club En glish , D rama Va ssar College . B.A. Co lum - MR. T HO MAS E. GAR BR IC K Mid dlebur y Un ive rsity, Penn. Sta te B.S . ; U nive rsi ty of Mich lg a n . ~ I.S . Chem istry ~II S S bia U n ivc rsitv. B.S. M ISS ELI ZABET H P. GOO DR IC H ROB ERT N. EW EN Albany Practical X u rsin g . Nur ses C lub :" .Y.l· .. BER:"I C E E. H.. LE \ State T .e .. B.S . : Fren ch C ol lege, A.B., ~ I. A . Futu re ~L\ . Business a constructive critic M R. FRA NK J. HO AR E ~ IR . ALV I:" )'IRS. RUT H B. HILL Albany State T .C., B.A. ; )'I.A . En glish FELD ~ I.-\:" State University at Albany, B.A., ~I.A . Spani sh MR. J AM ES E. F INLEY M R. DAV ID L. FL ORA Cornell University, B.S . Science Indi ana U n ive rsi ty , ),1.5 ., Ed.D. G uidance MR. W. FR ED RI CK HITSCHLER U ni ve rsity of Pe nnsylvania. Syracuse U nivcrsity. B.S . : Co lumbia Un ive rsity. ),1..-\ . Physics. Chemistry. Rad io Club B.S. : T emple University, A .M . Engl ish . D ebate Club University of Georgia. B.S . : Co lum bia University. :'1. 1.. \ . Interna tional Rela tions. World H isto ry B.S., MR . C H AR LES A. FO RT E FIRS T ROW-L. to R.- C. Ar clla . :\1. Snow . T. Sande rs. G . Seld in . S . Ledere r SECOND \ Vakc For est Coll ege , B.S . Physical Edu cat ion , D river Ed uc a tion , Baske tba ll R Oll'- ~ 1. Tucker, ~ L Sch miedcck e, I. Wa tkins, V . Clermont. M r. H oare checks S . R avin's work to find her m istake . M ISS A:-l:-lE MARIE FR ESN Pla t tsb u rgh State T.e .. B.S. )'I R. RI CH AR D E. HO FnI A:" MR . K ENNET H S. HO U SE A.ld cph i Co llegc , A .B. Biol ogy , Bo ta ny Club H orn e Econom ics 15
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~I R . STA:-;LEY B. HOYT Oswego State T. C . Vocati onal Direct or's Ce rtificate, Scie nce , V oca tiona l an expert ~IR . :-;ICHO LAS H USLAK U niversity of Pittsburgh Dep't ., Chrm . B.S., Rut gers U n iversity ~I.A . ~I a th cma ti cs L.o_ ~ (R . ~ ( R. .. ....... WAD E G. LA:-:GE Cor tland Sta te T . C. B.S., ~IR. VI CTOR E. J ACOBY Columh ia T. C., B.S., ~I.A . English, Drama in ~ I. S . his field ~IR . FR ,\NK K UBlSA N orth Car o lina lege B.S.. :>:.Y.U., LY:'-lNE D. KN I PPLER I ndi cr c, J. Digilio S T ANDING : j . H erm an , R. H en neborn , P. N ot ar nicola , J. No ta rnicola, 1. Curto, N . Stuart. Co l- ~ I.Ed . M athem ati cs, Ju nior Class Ad visor ~ lISS sssrtto. J. Sta te ,\ L \.. L \ :>:TZ x Sou thern M eth od ist C ui versity B..-\.. Co lum bia l "nivcraity :\1..-\. Librarian. Library Cluh Physica l Edu ca tion . D river Educati on. Coach . Varsity soccer, Varsity Go lf. Soph more Cla ss Advi sor Brooklyn Co lle ge B.S ., U n ivcr sit v of Illinois, ~LS . Physical Education , Field H ocke y, Basketba ll, Archery , G irls' Student Leaders MR . ROBERT jO:'-lAS MR . HAR RY j AROSLAW C.CS.Y., B.A., Columbia University M.A., Ed.D. \V orl d Hi story, T eachers of Ameri ca U niv e rsity of MR . ROBERT LI:-:K Chemistry MR . Col umb ia Universit y ~I.A . Art , Yearbook Art Staff M ichi gan B.A., M.S. O berl in College B.A . : M on t clair St at e Coll ege :\I.A . Soc ial Stud ies. H istory D ep t. Futu re jA~( E S LO EBELL Ch rm. xuss DORIS M. U :-;E Co rtland State T . C ., B.S ., ~I.S . MR. EDWARD F. LaR O CHE LL E Syracuse Un ive rsity X .Y .C ., T .A., M .S . Ma the m atics MR. HERBERT H. KAPLA:'-l U niversity of Om aha Columbia Gui dan ce bra 'r.c., B.S ., M.A. Co unse lo r, Alge, MR. R ICHARD R. KEATOR, JR. Spri ngfield Co llege M.ED. Biology B.S., MR . RUF US E. K ERN I thaca College B.S. ; T earh . ers College Columbia University r.,.·LA. Band, Music T h('ory, Marching Band MR. WI LLI AM B. K ING Vanderbilt University, B.A., Peabody College, M.A. English B.S., Physica l Edu cati on , Ch eerleaders, G irls' Gymnastics. Girls' Athletic Co unci l, In- rramu rals M R. JOSEPH j . LUCEY. JR . BS Sta te T. C .. . " Cordan d . ni\'erslt\' ~1. S . . HoIstra LT ' . I Educa tion . D r ive r Physlca . Foo tball J. V . Eduratwn, Basketball 16 11 MR . EDMO:>:D LUK AS COrll('lI l'ninrsit)' B.A . Social Studi es
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~IR . CLl :\T sympathetic ~ I ARA:\TZ Buck nell U n ive rsity, B.S., Columbia T.e.• ~ LA . En glish , Speech a nd Drama , Thespians, Stage C rew ~ IR . ~ I R. ~lc CART HY St at e T.e., B.S., ~I. S . Physical mura ls Edu cation , • ~I R . DR . Rl'SS ELL C . O .\ KES C LI FF O RD C or nel l L' u ivc rsitv B.A.. Pennsylva nia S la te L'ni versitv ~I.S .. :\.Y.l·.. Ed .D. Biology. A n th ropology ~ I URR A Y PAUL j . Co rtl and to our I ntra- FRA:\KLI:\ R. ~ l cEL WA I:\ Col ga te Cninfsity , B.A., ~ I. A . Social Stud ies, MR. JOSE PH W. problems ~I UHR O swego St ate T. C., B.S ., H o fst ra C ollcgc , xr.s. D rive r Ed ucari ou. I nd ust ria l A rts, Metal , I nd ustria l A rt s, Graphic A r ts. O verhead Pro ject ion T .C.. B.S.. Cort land State U n iversity of W iscon sin. ~ LS . Biology . La Cr osse I. ....... "",,'.... .. .. t; • '~ ' ~ ~ • •• " • I ...., ., -'1 .·/····"'···t'··. , ,-ft...., ...', •. •.. •• •• " ••• •••• " • • • 1\ • ... - ,- ,- " . • .~.eJ... • ~ II S S ~I R . jERDIl AH ~ lcGI L Ll C U D D Y , Fordha m JR. U niversity, B.S., ~I.A . En glish, Boys' Sports Cl ub ~ I R. M illa rd Fillmore H osp it al - Sc hool of :-.: ursing, R .l':_, 51. J oh n's U ni ve rsity, B.S. Nu rse G eor get ow n U n iversiry, B.S., St. La wren ce U n ivc rsity, ~ l. A . World Hi story MR. M ILO ~IlSUT Brock port S tate T.e., B.S ., H Ofstra Univers ity, M .S ., N .Y.U.- Professio na l Di p Joma-6 th yea r Biology ~ 'f I 4 \I ~. sus..vx '- ." . i~ = ~L PER K I:-iS MR S. AN:-IE M E S~I ER ~ IR. ~I E RL E R. ~Il LL ER Penn Sta te, B.S., Uni versity of Pitt sbur gh, Ed .:\L, Ha cva rd Un iversity , :-'1.5 . M a thema tics 4 ~ . ~ .' p -q; " / • j OH:'>I O HANES IAN M R. KE ~ X E TH M idd leb u ry C olle ge, B.A. F rench W. B.S., ROBERT E. PARIS ~l..-\ . ~I E L LI :-I G E R ~ .Y . U . , ~ IR . Berry College. B.S.. :" .Y.l· .. In d ustria l A rt s C olumb ia U n ive rsity, ~ l. A . Guidance FIRST R OW ( L--R): O . C rom well, W. Jagod zin ski, I. Smith , C . W ah ler, J. Bjom sen SECO N D R OJl': B. S. T yler , n. Ayla in, M. Carp, ~L H ubbs, G . Greene, P. ~l atthews, L. M cC ott y, R . D 'Ange lo T HIRD ROW : M . Pet er son , R. M cGee, E. San tie Jlo, L. Salg , K . M cG u ire, G . H earri ng. M R. WESLEY E. PU ET Z M ISS :'-lANCY SUE ~ IO RE IlE A D U n iver sity of Mis sou ri B.S. , MI SS BLA:\CH E M. ~ I.A . En glish , Spe ech , Thesp ian s D ram a , MR . F IL LMORE },-IOUZ O :'>i C .CS.Y., B.A.. M.A. MRS. ROBERT A PO LING ER e .C .N .Y., B.S. Art , Art Studio PR O V EN Z ANO H osp ital Sout hampt on Sc hool "f ='l ursin~. R .:" .. Ade-lphi Co llege . B.S. Pract ica l :\'ursing , Unive rsity of Buffal o , B.S ., A lbany T C ., !\1.S. C oo rd inat or, Coopera tive BookBusiness P rogram . kee ping I I. Ty pew riti ng . Di stribut ion I I, R et a il St ore Sp anish 18 19 MR S. EST IIE R P. POTT ER H un ter Colk- ge . A.B.. Syracu se Univc rsitv. n.s.. G ,· lumb ia Universit y. I\L S .
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~RS . CAROLYX E. RAXDALL Buffalo Sta te College B.S. H ome Econom ics, H ospi tal. ity Club ~ IR . ~IR. JAC K G. RECORD Hamilton B.A. ; N.Y.V . ~I.A . M athematics, :\-fathl ct cs, Ma th Semina r M ISS CAR LETA ROBERTS East T exas Slat e O swe go S ta te Teachers C pl. ~ IR . ~ IERI.E C. SC HO EPFLI X College B.A. Busin ess, Busin ess C luh ~I R S . PATR IC IA ROBERTS Voca t ion a l C r-rtifi catc Auto M ec h a nic s. D rive r Ed uca t ion lege B.S. H nmih ou Col1t',l:1' B.A. ban v Sta te T.e . :\ L:\. G u ida nce D ir ec tor Bur bank H osp ital Sch oo l of ~I R . ,\ XT II O " Y T . SC IUTO Al - E ll·rt r ic it y. \ \"ood wnrkin,t.:: J OSEPII F. SP,U IPI"XrO Nursing R .N . ; Eit chhu rg St a te C ollege B.S. ; Spri ng. field C olleg e !\'I.Ed . · Prac tical Xursing a parent and member if his town ;. Mr. Ba ty pl a ys " M a r ry ing Sa m :' ~ IR . K E:-1:-.1 ETII II . interested in STA ~IP Hu nti ngton Hi gh was fortunate thi s year to host fou r conce rts from th L ' c I A C lOCO n rts enter. DR . GARSO:-.l ROCKOFF Colu mbi a U nive rsi ty B.A.; M.A. ; N.Y.U . Ed . D. Sp ecial C lass ~ IR . WI L Ll A~1 C o lga te U n iversit y A.8. Fren ch , Span ish L. ST ARK T ea chers C oll ege C olumb ia Ll n i v c r s i t y :\1.:\. U . S . :\ t. ~ f. A . K ings school activities . Po int B.S. M a them atics, j .V. Foo tball MI SS MARGARETH A M. ROELOFFS Alde phi College B.A. ; ~lid. dl('hllry ColI ('~e ;\1./\ . Germa n, English MR. ALBERT ROSEN Montclair Stat e Colle e B.A, ; N.Y.U ., M.A, g B . IlSlness, F.r o nom ir s Seni or Class Adv isor . MR S. M URIEL M. R OSS Hunter College B.A. English MR . LAW R EX CE II . SWA IM M R. C H ALM ERS K . ST EWART U niversity MR S. BARBARA G. SAMUE LS Bra ndei s U niversity Reed College M .A.T . ~I. A. E nglish B.A.; of Akro n A .B . ; ~IR . LEO C . SUL LIVA:-.I Ohio State University B.S. M a th em a tic s M ISS SA:-1D RA K . SWAXK I nd ia na Un ivers ity B.S . : Midd leb ur y (: ollel.::l' ~L\ . S pa ni sh Boston U nivcrsitv B.S . M a th c marir- s. Cross Co u n - try E nglish 20 21
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~RS . CAROLYX E. RAXDALL Buffalo Sta te College B.S. H ome Econom ics, H ospi tal. ity Club ~ IR . ~IR. JAC K G. RECORD Hamilton B.A. ; N.Y.V . ~I.A . M athematics, :\-fathl ct cs, Ma th Semina r M ISS CAR LETA ROBERTS East T exas Slat e O swe go S ta te Teachers C pl. ~ IR . ~ IERI.E C. SC HO EPFLI X College B.A. Busin ess, Busin ess C luh ~I R S . PATR IC IA ROBERTS Voca t ion a l C r-rtifi catc Auto M ec h a nic s. D rive r Ed uca t ion lege B.S. H nmih ou Col1t',l:1' B.A. ban v Sta te T.e . :\ L:\. G u ida nce D ir ec tor Bur bank H osp ital Sch oo l of ~I R . ,\ XT II O " Y T . SC IUTO Al - E ll·rt r ic it y. \ \"ood wnrkin,t.:: J OSEPII F. SP,U IPI"XrO Nursing R .N . ; Eit chhu rg St a te C ollege B.S. ; Spri ng. field C olleg e !\'I.Ed . · Prac tical Xursing a parent and member if his town ;. Mr. Ba ty pl a ys " M a r ry ing Sa m :' ~ IR . K E:-1:-.1 ETII II . interested in STA ~IP Hu nti ngton Hi gh was fortunate thi s year to host fou r conce rts from th L ' c I A C lOCO n rts enter. DR . GARSO:-.l ROCKOFF Colu mbi a U nive rsi ty B.A.; M.A. ; N.Y.U . Ed . D. Sp ecial C lass ~ IR . WI L Ll A~1 C o lga te U n iversit y A.8. Fren ch , Span ish L. ST ARK T ea chers C oll ege C olumb ia Ll n i v c r s i t y :\1.:\. U . S . :\ t. ~ f. A . K ings school activities . Po int B.S. M a them atics, j .V. Foo tball MI SS MARGARETH A M. ROELOFFS Alde phi College B.A. ; ~lid. dl('hllry ColI ('~e ;\1./\ . Germa n, English MR. ALBERT ROSEN Montclair Stat e Colle e B.A, ; N.Y.U ., M.A, g B . IlSlness, F.r o nom ir s Seni or Class Adv isor . MR S. M URIEL M. R OSS Hunter College B.A. English MR . LAW R EX CE II . SWA IM M R. C H ALM ERS K . ST EWART U niversity MR S. BARBARA G. SAMUE LS Bra ndei s U niversity Reed College M .A.T . ~I. A. E nglish B.A.; of Akro n A .B . ; ~IR . LEO C . SUL LIVA:-.I Ohio State University B.S. M a th em a tic s M ISS SA:-1D RA K . SWAXK I nd ia na Un ivers ity B.S . : Midd leb ur y (: ollel.::l' ~L\ . S pa ni sh Boston U nivcrsitv B.S . M a th c marir- s. Cross Co u n - try E nglish 20 21
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always there G • I dedicated to ' I I , .. I ' I \ " . , y oung p eople ~II SS ~ IARY ETHEL T AYL OR Vassar Co llege A.B. ; U niversity of ~{ ich i ga n ~ I..-\ . Am erican H istory, Foru m ~ I R . S A ~ I UE L D. T IIO~ I.-\S State C ollege of Penn. B.S. ; Pen n S ta le U n ive rsity ~ I. E d . Mr. K ub isa sells tickets to another a ction-par ked foot ball game. ~IISS ~I AR T I X E I. W EAVER Art, Art St ud io Bu ckn ell U n ive rsi ty B.A . English , D ra ma ~I R . THO ~I A S P. {. /,- ", W E IX LAXD Williams College B.A. ; Ha rva rd University ~ L :\ .T . Am erica n Hi story, Eco nom _ ics, America n Field Service MR . LAWR EXC E A W ILLS . ~~ng. lsland U niversity Istnh lllinn. T ypin hook B . USlnCS5 ~, Advisor n.s ,, ' J car_ ~I R S . LOI S A. ST.-\ ~ lBE RG Brooklyn College X.Y.U ., ~I. S . ' Guida nce Coff ee a nd co nve rsat io n b ring a b re ak in the rou tine. A.B. xr:SS DOXX A E. WILCOX B.A . ; Co rn ell U n ive rsity Columbia U n h:ersit)· ~L A . A m erica n H istory, Am cr ica n F ield Service MI SS ELI SE WI LLI AM S Indiana U niversity B.A. M.A. Span ish ~ II S S lIELE:'oI W Y ET H Dr niso n Un iversity B.A. ; And as we I ~ eave Ill{' Fa cu lt\' S. .llil • l r. Ba rra C\l l waves a fon d fa n'w cll. . 22 ~ li d d J ('h u ry CoJJ(' ~(' ~ I. :\. En g lish M rs. Sn ow sh ows that ou r secre ta ries have their fee t on the grou na Our gu idance cou nsel o rs a re hard at work record ing g rades .
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always there G • I dedicated to ' I I , .. I ' I \ " . , y oung p eople ~II SS ~ IARY ETHEL T AYL OR Vassar Co llege A.B. ; U niversity of ~{ ich i ga n ~ I..-\ . Am erican H istory, Foru m ~ I R . S A ~ I UE L D. T IIO~ I.-\S State C ollege of Penn. B.S. ; Pen n S ta le U n ive rsity ~ I. E d . Mr. K ub isa sells tickets to another a ction-par ked foot ball game. ~IISS ~I AR T I X E I. W EAVER Art, Art St ud io Bu ckn ell U n ive rsi ty B.A . English , D ra ma ~I R . THO ~I A S P. {. /,- ", W E IX LAXD Williams College B.A. ; Ha rva rd University ~ L :\ .T . Am erica n Hi story, Eco nom _ ics, America n Field Service MR . LAWR EXC E A W ILLS . ~~ng. lsland U niversity Istnh lllinn. T ypin hook B . USlnCS5 ~, Advisor n.s ,, ' J car_ ~I R S . LOI S A. ST.-\ ~ lBE RG Brooklyn College X.Y.U ., ~I. S . ' Guida nce Coff ee a nd co nve rsat io n b ring a b re ak in the rou tine. A.B. xr:SS DOXX A E. WILCOX B.A . ; Co rn ell U n ive rsity Columbia U n h:ersit)· ~L A . A m erica n H istory, Am cr ica n F ield Service MI SS ELI SE WI LLI AM S Indiana U niversity B.A. M.A. Span ish ~ II S S lIELE:'oI W Y ET H Dr niso n Un iversity B.A. ; And as we I ~ eave Ill{' Fa cu lt\' S. .llil • l r. Ba rra C\l l waves a fon d fa n'w cll. . 22 ~ li d d J ('h u ry CoJJ(' ~(' ~ I. :\. En g lish M rs. Sn ow sh ows that ou r secre ta ries have their fee t on the grou na Our gu idance cou nsel o rs a re hard at work record ing g rades .
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" So me books arc to be tasted , o the rs to be swa lS()IJ ll' few to be chewe d and d igested ." 1\·0 m atter what type of book yOll a rc looking for , H un ting to n H igh Schoo l's libra ry is th e pla ce to find it ! L ibrari a ns M r. La nt z a nd Mrs . Potter a rc a lwnvs wi llinu to hell) vo u find a source for your . research pa per o r a boo k fo r your book rep ort. Than ks to th e coo pe ra tion of st uden ts and facu lty, we now have a library we ca n all be proud of. l owl'd ~ an d ~ . B. ~ fcN ll lt )' consults the encyclopedia. One of the many a mu sing mo ment s of English work brings sm iles. The Library Stores the WorldJs L earning English Plays a Fundam ental Role From Shelley to Sa ndb urg, from ShakeSpeare to Ste in bec k ... our E ng lish teachers a re constan tly hel pi ng us read , study, and analyze litera ry works of th e pas t an d presen t. As sopho m ores begin to st ud y the basic lite ra ry forms , ju niors struggle with research speeches and sen iors labor a t senior them es. T hro ugho ut ou r th ree yea rs a t H unt ing ton H igh, ou r studies of novels, essays , po em s, a nd short stories help us ap prec iate the im portance of litera ture in school and in everyday life. Thus our E nglish departme n t proves to us the truth of the statem.ent , " Read ing ma ket h a fu ll ma n , .. w nt mg an exact man ." M . Beck rea ches for some h igh-l evel inf ormation. L , H an cock find s bo k I ' .. o s a n c tu a gaarncs in a fa vo r ite su hJcct. :\1. S h u kow docs So me ' 'I I . fi pc nc i or iew mg O\'e r t he i rst draft of a t heme paper. 27
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" So me books arc to be tasted , o the rs to be swa lS()IJ ll' few to be chewe d and d igested ." 1\·0 m atter what type of book yOll a rc looking for , H un ting to n H igh Schoo l's libra ry is th e pla ce to find it ! L ibrari a ns M r. La nt z a nd Mrs . Potter a rc a lwnvs wi llinu to hell) vo u find a source for your . research pa per o r a boo k fo r your book rep ort. Than ks to th e coo pe ra tion of st uden ts and facu lty, we now have a library we ca n all be proud of. l owl'd ~ an d ~ . B. ~ fcN ll lt )' consults the encyclopedia. One of the many a mu sing mo ment s of English work brings sm iles. The Library Stores the WorldJs L earning English Plays a Fundam ental Role From Shelley to Sa ndb urg, from ShakeSpeare to Ste in bec k ... our E ng lish teachers a re constan tly hel pi ng us read , study, and analyze litera ry works of th e pas t an d presen t. As sopho m ores begin to st ud y the basic lite ra ry forms , ju niors struggle with research speeches and sen iors labor a t senior them es. T hro ugho ut ou r th ree yea rs a t H unt ing ton H igh, ou r studies of novels, essays , po em s, a nd short stories help us ap prec iate the im portance of litera ture in school and in everyday life. Thus our E nglish departme n t proves to us the truth of the statem.ent , " Read ing ma ket h a fu ll ma n , .. w nt mg an exact man ." M . Beck rea ches for some h igh-l evel inf ormation. L , H an cock find s bo k I ' .. o s a n c tu a gaarncs in a fa vo r ite su hJcct. :\1. S h u kow docs So me ' 'I I . fi pc nc i or iew mg O\'e r t he i rst draft of a t heme paper. 27
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•• Today )s World Speaks w ith Many Tongues A sho rtauc o f Iorcivn la ng uage u-xth ook s ? :'\'0. it is new audio-l inuua l method of langu age leach ing ina ug ura ted hy o u r new fo re ign lan g uage ( "0ord ina tor. M r. Feldm a n. At tlu- cou mu -nc cnu-n t o f th e schoo l yea r , fir st-yea r la n .~lIag(' stu d en ts becam e a cq uai nt ed w ith tl u- ·· :\ . L. ~ L· · un- th od o f lea rn ing: to speak bef o re lea rn in g to wri te. A fu -r the first thiru-on weeks. stud en ts slowl v lea rned tlu' writt en Ia ng ll a.~ ( · , A ft e r th e first ye ar. stu d e n ts llIa y co n t in ue to s tu dy tip to fou r yea rs of some la n, lla ge s. g At H u nt ing ton H igh . a stud en t lIla y stu dv La tin . French, Spanish , G erman, or R ussia n . and lIIay. throu gh these languagl's. become ac qua in ted wit h co u n tries o ther th an our own . T han ks to o u r lan g-lIag(' <11'partrnen t, many stu de n ts will be well prepared for conve rsin g wi th Frcnclu ucn . Ge rmans, or Ru ssia ns, or fo r tra vel ing in L at in Am erica . lIlen' )y th e B. Sam son looks tow a rd F rance in Fr en ch I I. S pa n ish l i ll ~ tl isl " P. C la rk . IIlt",' ls M r. Sent-c a . • 1-1 , Mayo " tunes in" at the langua ge lab. 28 29
        Today  s World Speaks w ith Many Tongues  A sho rtauc o f Iorcivn la ng uage u-xth ook s       0. it is new audio-...
•• Today )s World Speaks w ith Many Tongues A sho rtauc o f Iorcivn la ng uage u-xth ook s ? :'\'0. it is new audio-l inuua l method of langu age leach ing ina ug ura ted hy o u r new fo re ign lan g uage ( "0ord ina tor. M r. Feldm a n. At tlu- cou mu -nc cnu-n t o f th e schoo l yea r , fir st-yea r la n .~lIag(' stu d en ts becam e a cq uai nt ed w ith tl u- ·· :\ . L. ~ L· · un- th od o f lea rn ing: to speak bef o re lea rn in g to wri te. A fu -r the first thiru-on weeks. stud en ts slowl v lea rned tlu' writt en Ia ng ll a.~ ( · , A ft e r th e first ye ar. stu d e n ts llIa y co n t in ue to s tu dy tip to fou r yea rs of some la n, lla ge s. g At H u nt ing ton H igh . a stud en t lIla y stu dv La tin . French, Spanish , G erman, or R ussia n . and lIIay. throu gh these languagl's. become ac qua in ted wit h co u n tries o ther th an our own . T han ks to o u r lan g-lIag(' <11'partrnen t, many stu de n ts will be well prepared for conve rsin g wi th Frcnclu ucn . Ge rmans, or Ru ssia ns, or fo r tra vel ing in L at in Am erica . lIlen' )y th e B. Sam son looks tow a rd F rance in Fr en ch I I. S pa n ish l i ll ~ tl isl " P. C la rk . IIlt",' ls M r. Sent-c a . • 1-1 , Mayo " tunes in" at the langua ge lab. 28 29
        Today  s World Speaks w ith Many Tongues  A sho rtauc o f Iorcivn la ng uage u-xth ook s       0. it is new audio-...
Social Studies ReveaLs Past and Present to Create Informed Citizens Bon Voyage ! T hree f fCC one-year tri ps a wa it studen ts in to th e pa st , present, a nd fu tu re in socia l stud ies. ' Vorl d H isto ry traces the growth of \ Vestern civiliza tion from the ea rly Greeks to the presen t day. The birth of the U nited States of America and its con tin uous growth in times of war a nd pea ce fonn the ba sis of stud y in American Hi story. Economics, socia l, a nd cultura l rela tion ships between the wo rld na tions provide inte nsive st u d y materia l B. H a mmond p rep a res to b ri ng th e lat est informa t ion d iscu ssion . (0 his I n tern a tional Rel a tion s for I n te r n a tio n al Re lations stu d en ts. Throu gh th ese courses, stu de nts ga in a better unde rstanding of th e world In which they live. Dr. j aroslaw uses human m ode ls to exp la in medieva l arch itect ure . , -, , . \ o. , "". , " ,,' . \ • • 0\ O \ . \ I A round .t ahl e arr an"" nent p .., rO Il1 Clt f' S df'hate O\'{' r C' urr("nt IS Sues. 30 31 ",' '" .~ , -.. _____ ---- ..
Social Studies ReveaLs Past and Present to Create Informed Citizens  Bon Voyage   T hree f fCC one-year tri ps a wa it stu...
Social Studies ReveaLs Past and Present to Create Informed Citizens Bon Voyage ! T hree f fCC one-year tri ps a wa it studen ts in to th e pa st , present, a nd fu tu re in socia l stud ies. ' Vorl d H isto ry traces the growth of \ Vestern civiliza tion from the ea rly Greeks to the presen t day. The birth of the U nited States of America and its con tin uous growth in times of war a nd pea ce fonn the ba sis of stud y in American Hi story. Economics, socia l, a nd cultura l rela tion ships between the wo rld na tions provide inte nsive st u d y materia l B. H a mmond p rep a res to b ri ng th e lat est informa t ion d iscu ssion . (0 his I n tern a tional Rel a tion s for I n te r n a tio n al Re lations stu d en ts. Throu gh th ese courses, stu de nts ga in a better unde rstanding of th e world In which they live. Dr. j aroslaw uses human m ode ls to exp la in medieva l arch itect ure . , -, , . \ o. , "". , " ,,' . \ • • 0\ O \ . \ I A round .t ahl e arr an"" nent p .., rO Il1 Clt f' S df'hate O\'{' r C' urr("nt IS Sues. 30 31 ",' '" .~ , -.. _____ ---- ..
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, Science Is ((the Study of A ll. )) Aristotl e ... M adame C ur ie ... Pasteur . . . Einstein .. . Through regul a r a nd adva nced sc ience co u rses, such as B.S.C.S. Biology, CH E:-'l Stud y, and P.S.S.C . Physics, our students a rc pro bing into problems of th e pa st a nd the fu ture. Field trips and ext ra-curricu lar proj ect s help the se stude n ts build a solid found at ion for th e science of th e fut ur e. Science is an c\'e rc hangi ng subjec t, and o ur science department will contin ue in th e future to presen t to us the fund amen tals of the pa st , and th e revolution ary th eori es of th e present. 1.1. Chieffo and K . Otstot are experim enting today for the world of tomorrow . R. Beach ponde rs th e mysteri es of H 20. R. DeM artin o is ge tt ing a man 's-eye view of the microbe world . II 32 33
, Science Is   the Study of A ll.    Aristotl e ... M adame C ur ie ... Pasteur . . . Einstein .. . Through regul a r a nd...
, Science Is ((the Study of A ll. )) Aristotl e ... M adame C ur ie ... Pasteur . . . Einstein .. . Through regul a r a nd adva nced sc ience co u rses, such as B.S.C.S. Biology, CH E:-'l Stud y, and P.S.S.C . Physics, our students a rc pro bing into problems of th e pa st a nd the fu ture. Field trips and ext ra-curricu lar proj ect s help the se stude n ts build a solid found at ion for th e science of th e fut ur e. Science is an c\'e rc hangi ng subjec t, and o ur science department will contin ue in th e future to presen t to us the fund amen tals of the pa st , and th e revolution ary th eori es of th e present. 1.1. Chieffo and K . Otstot are experim enting today for the world of tomorrow . R. Beach ponde rs th e mysteri es of H 20. R. DeM artin o is ge tt ing a man 's-eye view of the microbe world . II 32 33
, Science Is   the Study of A ll.    Aristotl e ... M adame C ur ie ... Pasteur . . . Einstein .. . Through regul a r a nd...
Mathematics I s Thought zn Symbols C = n r n' ( n-r ) !r! I s thi s some foreign ton gu e rece n tly added to our language de pa rtme n t? :\"0, it's just pa rt of a formula- one of man y th a t H unt ington High Seniors will be learning this yea r in 12th math. U nderclassmen, too, ge t a sam pling of the mat hem atical language through a lgebra, geome try, and trigonometry. Aiding us in our studies are th e Slide-Ru le C lub , for th ose who wish to learn slide -rule techni qu es, and the M athlet es. The latter, consisting of outstanding Math students, compete with other such groups in the H untington area. \\'e should not forge t tha t th e basics we learn a t H .H .S. ma y lead us to some grea t mat hematical discovery in the future. C = n r Trigonometrist S. Seely scratches out an itchy problem . M athematician s D. Hough, • J. Robinson, and C. Jacobsen demonstrate their projects. ~/ • •• • I 34 n! (n-r ) !r!
Mathematics I s Thought zn Symbols C   n  r  n    n-r    r   I s thi s some foreign ton gu e rece n tly added to our langu...
Mathematics I s Thought zn Symbols C = n r n' ( n-r ) !r! I s thi s some foreign ton gu e rece n tly added to our language de pa rtme n t? :\"0, it's just pa rt of a formula- one of man y th a t H unt ington High Seniors will be learning this yea r in 12th math. U nderclassmen, too, ge t a sam pling of the mat hem atical language through a lgebra, geome try, and trigonometry. Aiding us in our studies are th e Slide-Ru le C lub , for th ose who wish to learn slide -rule techni qu es, and the M athlet es. The latter, consisting of outstanding Math students, compete with other such groups in the H untington area. \\'e should not forge t tha t th e basics we learn a t H .H .S. ma y lead us to some grea t mat hematical discovery in the future. C = n r Trigonometrist S. Seely scratches out an itchy problem . M athematician s D. Hough, • J. Robinson, and C. Jacobsen demonstrate their projects. ~/ • •• • I 34 n! (n-r ) !r!
Mathematics I s Thought zn Symbols C   n  r  n    n-r    r   I s thi s some foreign ton gu e rece n tly added to our langu...
Home Comes to the Classroom Th rough H ome A rts -, l"""'~ '- . ~~...u Girls wann up the volleyball before star ting a game. Cott on-p ickin' K. Wheeler probes th e mystery of fibre-weaves. Physical Education Fu tur e home makers S. Bennett and P. Stead ma n tak e a glim pse a t a wel l-ba ked en d ea vor . and 2 and GROA:\ ! . . . GR UNT ! Sou nd familiar ? These arc the sounds emanating from th e gyms of H .H .S. as m ore ph ysical ed uca tion classes begin to warm up. This year the physical educati on dep art ll.lcnt introd uced to its class~s the new conce p t of tea ch ing stude nts spo rts t hat will be useful in la ter yea rs a s recreationa l act ivities. Ol d concep ts arc still being used , howe ve r, as teachers continue to em phasize physica l fitne ss, sportsm a nsh ip) and leadershi p as prim ary goa ls. G ym cla ss gives us a chance to work off excess en ergy, participate in games) a nd ma ster skills. R em ember. pra ctice makes pe rfectl ! Trains for T eamwork 1 . . , and . .. 2 . . , and .. . GROA:\! Wa ist-lines me lt away as we stret ch for the toes. Consumer buying . . . satin weave . . . press Quick reflexes keep the ball hopping in a gym class. retent ion . .. th ese are only a few of th e n umerous terms girls learn in OUT H ome Econo m ics courses. Contrasted wi th the o ld me thods, teach ing on ly th e very basic sewing an d cooking courses, th e m odern co urses a re designed to prepare th e stu dents for m or e spe cia lized study in th e a rea of their cho ice. Whether th ey are pursuing ca ree rs in rnerchajj ., d isin g, interi or decora tin g, nutrition, fashi on design or a rc just interested in en hanc ing th eir knowledge of how a household should be run , the girls may be assured that they hav e ga ined a solid foundat ion of practical knowledge from H .H .S.' s Home Economics program . 37
Home Comes to the Classroom Th rough H ome A rts  -,  l       - .    ...u  Girls wann up the volleyball before star ting a...
Home Comes to the Classroom Th rough H ome A rts -, l"""'~ '- . ~~...u Girls wann up the volleyball before star ting a game. Cott on-p ickin' K. Wheeler probes th e mystery of fibre-weaves. Physical Education Fu tur e home makers S. Bennett and P. Stead ma n tak e a glim pse a t a wel l-ba ked en d ea vor . and 2 and GROA:\ ! . . . GR UNT ! Sou nd familiar ? These arc the sounds emanating from th e gyms of H .H .S. as m ore ph ysical ed uca tion classes begin to warm up. This year the physical educati on dep art ll.lcnt introd uced to its class~s the new conce p t of tea ch ing stude nts spo rts t hat will be useful in la ter yea rs a s recreationa l act ivities. Ol d concep ts arc still being used , howe ve r, as teachers continue to em phasize physica l fitne ss, sportsm a nsh ip) and leadershi p as prim ary goa ls. G ym cla ss gives us a chance to work off excess en ergy, participate in games) a nd ma ster skills. R em ember. pra ctice makes pe rfectl ! Trains for T eamwork 1 . . , and . .. 2 . . , and .. . GROA:\! Wa ist-lines me lt away as we stret ch for the toes. Consumer buying . . . satin weave . . . press Quick reflexes keep the ball hopping in a gym class. retent ion . .. th ese are only a few of th e n umerous terms girls learn in OUT H ome Econo m ics courses. Contrasted wi th the o ld me thods, teach ing on ly th e very basic sewing an d cooking courses, th e m odern co urses a re designed to prepare th e stu dents for m or e spe cia lized study in th e a rea of their cho ice. Whether th ey are pursuing ca ree rs in rnerchajj ., d isin g, interi or decora tin g, nutrition, fashi on design or a rc just interested in en hanc ing th eir knowledge of how a household should be run , the girls may be assured that they hav e ga ined a solid foundat ion of practical knowledge from H .H .S.' s Home Economics program . 37
Home Comes to the Classroom Th rough H ome A rts  -,  l       - .    ...u  Girls wann up the volleyball before star ting a...
Music and A rt D epartments D evelop Creative Thinking T he Lincoln Ce nter for the Performing Art s tempora rily moved to H un tington th is year, proving to H u n tingto n H igh stude n ts tha t the finc a rts a rc becoming an importa n t pa rt of O U f lives, The Lin coln Center con certs hel ped in trodu ce OU f stude n ts to the pcrfonni ng arts of tod ay. In H .H .S. itself, ou r fine a rts depa rtmen ts in m usic and art provide a beginning [or the buddi ng geniuses of the future. The ba nd, orchestra, and choir make lip our " Lincoln Center." M r. Kern's hand , and Mr. Co ller's choir and orchestra give en joyme nt to studen ts a nd fa culty thro ugh out the year, as well as during the holiday seasons. We sec exam ples of our own Rcmbran d ts a nd Picassos daily as we Chorists j. Elliot an d E. Ashley sing a long with their high C's. pass through th e art co r rido r, where a r t studen ts o f H untington High d isplay the ir ta len ts. Thus, beca use of our fine a rts dep artment, we studen ts a t H .H. S. ha ve a cha nce to gain both p leasure a t th e present, and en joymen t throu gh knowledge in the future. Pian ist D. Coloven tickles th e keys. Mr. K ern directs the ma rch in g band.
Music and A rt D epartments D evelop Creative Thinking T he Lincoln Ce nter for the Performing Art s tempora rily moved to...
Music and A rt D epartments D evelop Creative Thinking T he Lincoln Ce nter for the Performing Art s tempora rily moved to H un tington th is year, proving to H u n tingto n H igh stude n ts tha t the finc a rts a rc becoming an importa n t pa rt of O U f lives, The Lin coln Center con certs hel ped in trodu ce OU f stude n ts to the pcrfonni ng arts of tod ay. In H .H .S. itself, ou r fine a rts depa rtmen ts in m usic and art provide a beginning [or the buddi ng geniuses of the future. The ba nd, orchestra, and choir make lip our " Lincoln Center." M r. Kern's hand , and Mr. Co ller's choir and orchestra give en joyme nt to studen ts a nd fa culty thro ugh out the year, as well as during the holiday seasons. We sec exam ples of our own Rcmbran d ts a nd Picassos daily as we Chorists j. Elliot an d E. Ashley sing a long with their high C's. pass through th e art co r rido r, where a r t studen ts o f H untington High d isplay the ir ta len ts. Thus, beca use of our fine a rts dep artment, we studen ts a t H .H. S. ha ve a cha nce to gain both p leasure a t th e present, and en joymen t throu gh knowledge in the future. Pian ist D. Coloven tickles th e keys. Mr. K ern directs the ma rch in g band.
Music and A rt D epartments D evelop Creative Thinking T he Lincoln Ce nter for the Performing Art s tempora rily moved to...
..... ~ Practical E xperience D evelops into Kno w-how. Car need repairing ? N eed some printing done ? O ur voca tional department is just as important to H .H .S. as is any other, and this year, it offered students a wide variety of courses to choose from . Am ong these cou rses were Auto Mechanics, Metal Shop, Wood Shop, Print Shop, and Machine Shop . T he training students receive from these courses will prepa re them for jobs in man y fields alt er gradu ation. T he skills stude nts develop here at H.H. S. will help them benefit themselves an d their community in the future. D raftsman D . Dian plans ahead on his mechanical drawing board, Lathe opera tor M. Barrone patterns metal into fine shape. _~-- - -- ._ -
.....     Practical E xperience D evelops into Kno w-how. Car need repairing   N eed some printing done   O ur voca tional...
..... ~ Practical E xperience D evelops into Kno w-how. Car need repairing ? N eed some printing done ? O ur voca tional department is just as important to H .H .S. as is any other, and this year, it offered students a wide variety of courses to choose from . Am ong these cou rses were Auto Mechanics, Metal Shop, Wood Shop, Print Shop, and Machine Shop . T he training students receive from these courses will prepa re them for jobs in man y fields alt er gradu ation. T he skills stude nts develop here at H.H. S. will help them benefit themselves an d their community in the future. D raftsman D . Dian plans ahead on his mechanical drawing board, Lathe opera tor M. Barrone patterns metal into fine shape. _~-- - -- ._ -
.....     Practical E xperience D evelops into Kno w-how. Car need repairing   N eed some printing done   O ur voca tional...
H ave you ever walked past room 202 and been shocked to sec Sally C hase restin g comfort ably on th e bed nearest the door? Sally Ch ase is the du mmy " pa tient" used by the studen ts of H untington H igh 's Practical Nursing School. After extensive preparation for the basic skills of n ursing, with the help of M iss Ch ase, the studen t' go to Hu ntington H ospit al, where they a pp ly th eir tr ammg, hy wor king with patients and staff a t the hospi tal. At the end of their jun ior year, each qu a lified girl receives her rap, th e cove ted symbo l of nursing. U po n co mpletion o f their senior year, the g irls receive their diploma and license to pract ice :'\'ursing. The Nursing Program Trains "Angels The Business Department Instructs Future Tycoons of Mercy." B. E'Eletto receives tender loving care from G. Kid well, L. St ondcll, and C. Sands. Secretarial aspirant B. Frazier p rims up for a fu ture caree r. S . Auserehl tabulates "profits and losses: ' "T ype th is letter, please . . . a stenci l of that . , . and could you run off 120 cop ies of this test?" An imp or tan t " . part 0 f t h e trammg o f our secretan.al stu d cn ts .S to a id one I of H un ti ngton H igh 's tea chers by typing and ru nning off ' cop . 0 f rmmcogra ph cd cla sswork f or hiirn. The Busmess ies ing D cpartmc nt also offers courses in Shorthan d , T ypm , Bookkeepi ng, Ret ailing, Business M a th , a nd Business Law . Through th e C oopera tive Program , studen ts may o? ta m a job outside of school a nd ca m an extra credit for . ,t. The Business Clu b and the Retail Sto re a re fun in conjUnctiOn , wi t h the Business co urses. The d epartme n t Provides students with an exce llent train ing, not only for a futu re ca reef , but a lso as a service to their town and their school. 42 43 \
H ave you ever walked past room 202 and been shocked to sec Sally C hase restin g comfort ably on th e bed nearest the doo...
H ave you ever walked past room 202 and been shocked to sec Sally C hase restin g comfort ably on th e bed nearest the door? Sally Ch ase is the du mmy " pa tient" used by the studen ts of H untington H igh 's Practical Nursing School. After extensive preparation for the basic skills of n ursing, with the help of M iss Ch ase, the studen t' go to Hu ntington H ospit al, where they a pp ly th eir tr ammg, hy wor king with patients and staff a t the hospi tal. At the end of their jun ior year, each qu a lified girl receives her rap, th e cove ted symbo l of nursing. U po n co mpletion o f their senior year, the g irls receive their diploma and license to pract ice :'\'ursing. The Nursing Program Trains "Angels The Business Department Instructs Future Tycoons of Mercy." B. E'Eletto receives tender loving care from G. Kid well, L. St ondcll, and C. Sands. Secretarial aspirant B. Frazier p rims up for a fu ture caree r. S . Auserehl tabulates "profits and losses: ' "T ype th is letter, please . . . a stenci l of that . , . and could you run off 120 cop ies of this test?" An imp or tan t " . part 0 f t h e trammg o f our secretan.al stu d cn ts .S to a id one I of H un ti ngton H igh 's tea chers by typing and ru nning off ' cop . 0 f rmmcogra ph cd cla sswork f or hiirn. The Busmess ies ing D cpartmc nt also offers courses in Shorthan d , T ypm , Bookkeepi ng, Ret ailing, Business M a th , a nd Business Law . Through th e C oopera tive Program , studen ts may o? ta m a job outside of school a nd ca m an extra credit for . ,t. The Business Clu b and the Retail Sto re a re fun in conjUnctiOn , wi t h the Business co urses. The d epartme n t Provides students with an exce llent train ing, not only for a futu re ca reef , but a lso as a service to their town and their school. 42 43 \
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I G. O. Sets the Pace for School Life G . O . V ice-President. Glen R itch . crowns Ca ro l Koern ig H omecom ing Q ueen as Heikki sm iles con gra tulatio ns. G.O . O FF ICERS : FIRST R OW , L. to R . L . Mer rill , Secr etar y ; J. Bod ine, Preside nt. SECOND R OW, C . Wyckoff, T reasurer ; G . R itch, V ice President. G.O. REPRE SEXTAT IVES ; FIRST R O W, L. to R. R. Berm an , K. Siegri st, L. Sanfki ovanni, B. Lief, S. Chaffey, J. J oh nson , B. Kirchen baum, K . Wr ight, K . Puh le, C. K a rasek, B. Dempsey, E. L ister SECOND R OW : S. Gale, B. Schoep flin , R. Brown , E. Cl are, P. Weinburg, J . Bod ine , B. Ma her, J. Acker man , T . Ma guire, D . Smith, P. o -xau, L. Shoemak er TH IR D R OW: J. Pri tzla ff, S. Ba rn ett , C . K nu th, J. Fusaro, B. K norr, N. Ma rriner, M. C hieffo, L . Ma ut ner, A. Mi ller-, C. Koolage, B. C on roy, K . Goddc , J. Turyn, S. D ryden , S. Bubbers FOURTH R OW : R. Boud ria , D . D ra nsfield , D . M a rt in, J. Go rczyk, D . Blom . , another assembly . ] ohn Bodine , G . O . Presid ent , b fln gs . to ord er . 47 H aw you eve r stopped to thin k ho w man y schoo l act ivit ies our General Orga nizat ion is responsible for ? Wi th out the G . 0 ., we would ha ve no Fan Play Festival , no C hr istmas Prom , no H om ecoming, and no Am erican Fi eld Ser vice. to nam e on ly a few. Supporting' a lmost all activiti es a t H .H .S. in some way, the G . O . beCO Il1l'S an integra l part of ou r school lives. Wi th your help. this year's G. O . has con tin ued old tradi tions a nd esta blished ne w om's. making 1964-65 a sc hool year for us all to reme mbe r.
I  G. O. Sets the Pace for School Life  G . O . V ice-President. Glen R itch . crowns Ca ro l Koern ig H omecom ing Q ueen...
I G. O. Sets the Pace for School Life G . O . V ice-President. Glen R itch . crowns Ca ro l Koern ig H omecom ing Q ueen as Heikki sm iles con gra tulatio ns. G.O . O FF ICERS : FIRST R OW , L. to R . L . Mer rill , Secr etar y ; J. Bod ine, Preside nt. SECOND R OW, C . Wyckoff, T reasurer ; G . R itch, V ice President. G.O. REPRE SEXTAT IVES ; FIRST R O W, L. to R. R. Berm an , K. Siegri st, L. Sanfki ovanni, B. Lief, S. Chaffey, J. J oh nson , B. Kirchen baum, K . Wr ight, K . Puh le, C. K a rasek, B. Dempsey, E. L ister SECOND R OW : S. Gale, B. Schoep flin , R. Brown , E. Cl are, P. Weinburg, J . Bod ine , B. Ma her, J. Acker man , T . Ma guire, D . Smith, P. o -xau, L. Shoemak er TH IR D R OW: J. Pri tzla ff, S. Ba rn ett , C . K nu th, J. Fusaro, B. K norr, N. Ma rriner, M. C hieffo, L . Ma ut ner, A. Mi ller-, C. Koolage, B. C on roy, K . Goddc , J. Turyn, S. D ryden , S. Bubbers FOURTH R OW : R. Boud ria , D . D ra nsfield , D . M a rt in, J. Go rczyk, D . Blom . , another assembly . ] ohn Bodine , G . O . Presid ent , b fln gs . to ord er . 47 H aw you eve r stopped to thin k ho w man y schoo l act ivit ies our General Orga nizat ion is responsible for ? Wi th out the G . 0 ., we would ha ve no Fan Play Festival , no C hr istmas Prom , no H om ecoming, and no Am erican Fi eld Ser vice. to nam e on ly a few. Supporting' a lmost all activiti es a t H .H .S. in some way, the G . O . beCO Il1l'S an integra l part of ou r school lives. Wi th your help. this year's G. O . has con tin ued old tradi tions a nd esta blished ne w om's. making 1964-65 a sc hool year for us all to reme mbe r.
I  G. O. Sets the Pace for School Life  G . O . V ice-President. Glen R itch . crowns Ca ro l Koern ig H omecom ing Q ueen...
\\' ho read s the copy in a yearbook ? It's a picture hook , isn't it ? Explaining each picture you' ll find one or two short paragraphs. Every Tuesda y mem ber s of the Lit erary St aff meet wi th Lit er ary Editor Gayle Wright , and Ed itorin-Chief Penc e F ield , to wr ite these paragraphs, plu s many of the headlines and ca ptions in the 1965 Huntin gt on ian, Working on th eir own, wr itin g, re-writing, and typin g, sta ff members p rod uce th e copy which makes the yearbook possible, The effort s of the literary staff will make your yearbook a pleasure and a treasure to look back on in the futu re. YEARBOOK LI T ERARY STAFF : FIRST R OW , L. to R.-M. Beck, S. Ravin , M . Beck, :VI. Murphy, K . M ann, B. Aylaian, L. Vasquez SEC ON D ROW-S. Sackett, J. K aufma n, B. Ehr ba r, J. Thatche r, S. Weber, X. Wint er TH IRD ROW- N . Je nson , B. Sam son, T . Sch miegelow , L. Bur ke, C. Liva FO URTH R OW -J. Young, L. Mohlcn hoff', P. Field , P. Webb. YEAR BOOK ART STAFF : FIRST R OW, A. Unangst, G. Arbon ics, :Vir. Link, J, Goldberg,B . H arlin . SECOSD R OJl'. L. Bat es, S. Chaffcy. S. Cok win. :\ . Schm itz. L. Becke r. C . :-' 11Sl!('wich. A Yearbook Requires Ingenuity) P erseverance) and TIME. YEARBOOK ED ITORS: FIR ST ROW, L. to R . : G. Arbon ies, art edito r; P. Field , edi tor-in chief ; ~L Wolly, bu siness manager. S E COND R OW : C. Moss, photography editor; G . Wri ght, literary editor; E. Rau , copy editor; C. N icolett i, L. Moh lenhoff, managing edito r; C. Berg, sports edi tor; missing, J. Goldbe rg, art editor. M on ey carne from the Business Staff, a nd ar t work cam e from thc ph otos and cop y to th e Art Staff a nd th ese ing red ients, mixed with largc doses of elbow grease, pro- du ced your yearbook, J ani ce Goldberg and Glenn Arbonies co-directed the Art Sta ff, and Mike Wolly was the Simon Legree of the Business Staff. They were in turn supe rvised by M r. Link' and Mr~ \Vills, respectively. No produ ct can be better than the parts that ma ke it up , and prod ucing the yearbook is a big lesson in coo pe ra tion and sha red responsibility, ESS STAFF : FIR ST ROW , L. Gli nes, S. Servin, J. RasmusYEARBOOK BUS IN ' 'I ora n , P . S0 ran , S . . , B. Kirchcnbaum.. SE COND Martini . ' ~L .~ sen. R . RoscnzwI L Ma lltn('r, 'I . II ac kc t1 . J. Rt·is. ~ 1. woil y {Business Ma nerg, .~ R OW : C . K nut 1 , ' E' R n oa d foot. TH IRD R Oil': :\ . H oga n . S. ' E Iha rdl G . .va ns, . r ag er) , ( •. ·.ngl' ' L Baur. C . C,0 11kli I: M ay R . Eh C'. C . Gro ssma n. . 111. 'If kC) , . Colen, D. II Jo 49 j ••
    ho read s the copy in a yearbook   It s a picture hook , isn t it    Explaining each picture you  ll find one or two s...
\\' ho read s the copy in a yearbook ? It's a picture hook , isn't it ? Explaining each picture you' ll find one or two short paragraphs. Every Tuesda y mem ber s of the Lit erary St aff meet wi th Lit er ary Editor Gayle Wright , and Ed itorin-Chief Penc e F ield , to wr ite these paragraphs, plu s many of the headlines and ca ptions in the 1965 Huntin gt on ian, Working on th eir own, wr itin g, re-writing, and typin g, sta ff members p rod uce th e copy which makes the yearbook possible, The effort s of the literary staff will make your yearbook a pleasure and a treasure to look back on in the futu re. YEARBOOK LI T ERARY STAFF : FIRST R OW , L. to R.-M. Beck, S. Ravin , M . Beck, :VI. Murphy, K . M ann, B. Aylaian, L. Vasquez SEC ON D ROW-S. Sackett, J. K aufma n, B. Ehr ba r, J. Thatche r, S. Weber, X. Wint er TH IRD ROW- N . Je nson , B. Sam son, T . Sch miegelow , L. Bur ke, C. Liva FO URTH R OW -J. Young, L. Mohlcn hoff', P. Field , P. Webb. YEAR BOOK ART STAFF : FIRST R OW, A. Unangst, G. Arbon ics, :Vir. Link, J, Goldberg,B . H arlin . SECOSD R OJl'. L. Bat es, S. Chaffcy. S. Cok win. :\ . Schm itz. L. Becke r. C . :-' 11Sl!('wich. A Yearbook Requires Ingenuity) P erseverance) and TIME. YEARBOOK ED ITORS: FIR ST ROW, L. to R . : G. Arbon ies, art edito r; P. Field , edi tor-in chief ; ~L Wolly, bu siness manager. S E COND R OW : C. Moss, photography editor; G . Wri ght, literary editor; E. Rau , copy editor; C. N icolett i, L. Moh lenhoff, managing edito r; C. Berg, sports edi tor; missing, J. Goldbe rg, art editor. M on ey carne from the Business Staff, a nd ar t work cam e from thc ph otos and cop y to th e Art Staff a nd th ese ing red ients, mixed with largc doses of elbow grease, pro- du ced your yearbook, J ani ce Goldberg and Glenn Arbonies co-directed the Art Sta ff, and Mike Wolly was the Simon Legree of the Business Staff. They were in turn supe rvised by M r. Link' and Mr~ \Vills, respectively. No produ ct can be better than the parts that ma ke it up , and prod ucing the yearbook is a big lesson in coo pe ra tion and sha red responsibility, ESS STAFF : FIR ST ROW , L. Gli nes, S. Servin, J. RasmusYEARBOOK BUS IN ' 'I ora n , P . S0 ran , S . . , B. Kirchcnbaum.. SE COND Martini . ' ~L .~ sen. R . RoscnzwI L Ma lltn('r, 'I . II ac kc t1 . J. Rt·is. ~ 1. woil y {Business Ma nerg, .~ R OW : C . K nut 1 , ' E' R n oa d foot. TH IRD R Oil': :\ . H oga n . S. ' E Iha rdl G . .va ns, . r ag er) , ( •. ·.ngl' ' L Baur. C . C,0 11kli I: M ay R . Eh C'. C . Gro ssma n. . 111. 'If kC) , . Colen, D. II Jo 49 j ••
    ho read s the copy in a yearbook   It s a picture hook , isn t it    Explaining each picture you  ll find one or two s...
We cou ld we ll ca ll "T he D cvil's M irror" the "Xcw York Ti mes" of H un ting ton Hi gh , fo r it brings to us a ll th e news o f O U f schoo l and com munity. T his year, th e paper has increased its featu re staff, g iving us 1II0rc f or ou r m oney with each o f the eigh t cop ies we buy per year. An increa sed n u m ber o f feature art icles, in cl udi ng stu de n t opinio n po lls, sho rt stories, and h u man int erest stories fea turing ou r esteemed facu lty, have ad d ed a ne w loo k to a n a lrea d y p rom inent ne wspa pe r. With th e ad d ition of th e lively spo rts co lum ns and o ther spec ia l features, " T he D cvil's Mi rr or" br ings Hu n tin g ton H igh School st uden ts "all th e news th a t's fi t to pr in t." DEVIL' S ~Il R ROR STA FF: FI RST R O W , D. Moore, T . Maguire S ECOND R OW : D . Brcd es, H . Spector, S. O ' Brien , B. K irch cn bau m , R . Berm a n, S. ~{oorc, ~L Metalcr. T H IR D RO W : C . K oola gc, K . Wrigh t, L . Bu rke, L , Schofield, P. Field. FOURTH RO W , T. Mill er, xt. wi nslow, D. Gordon. FI FTH R OW .. R. O 'Brien , J. Schmi tt , J. Fusa ro , S. Veckm an . Devits Mirror Reflects School Events "et cetera" Acknowledges Creative W riting They say a picture IS worth ten th ou sand words, bu t ct cetera carries the creative words of poetry. story. a nd C'Ss..1.\" tha t compose th e best litera ry efforts of ou r school. T his lit erary magazmc d irec ted by ed itor S tephani Sus sncr cont inues the line tradi tion of previous vca rs. Surely these words a re more lasting tha n ten th ousand pictu res! " Ge t you r la test co py o f the Dc vil's M irro r he re!" The voice th a t bellows th is fami liar cry belongs to a member of the D evil's M irro r Business StalT. U nd er th e leadersh ip o f Bu siness Editor Pa ul Fold , this sta n' has th is year used its vast store of ingen uity to boost D cvil' s M irror sales. Some o f this inucn ui tv took th e form of a . new prog ram of stude n t ad ve rt ising , which found g rea t success in the stuclen r bod y. \ \' e a rc g ra tef ul to the Business St aff for b ri ng ing th e D evil's ~lirror ou t of th e p rin t shop a nd into Ou r ha nds. ~ ET CET ERA : FI RST R O W, ~L Fa)', ~ L Beck. P. Eler , ~ L T hom pson . C . G rossmann. P. xr Murphy. C ,)'Ie Roy S ECO S D RO il' .. S. Ja mes. C . B utcher. ~L Gl ick. L. . . So ran, ... . ., v asquez, J Thatcher B. Somson T HIR D R OW : C . Kn uth . D. Thea . :\1. M etzler. v K ucvn. R . Gckcski FO URTH R Oil' : E. Bur ke . C. .Liva . .C. Champney. P. Bp\ws. L. ~ l oh lenhofT FI FTH ROft': T. Ste phen son. J. Lavine. x . R avmo n. B. D eM a ria . J. < • • Schmitt . DEVIL'S ~ lIRROR EDITORS : FI RST R OW, T . Magu ire, D. Smith SECOND ROW , T . Lederer, P. Fcld , D . Moore M issing : E. Ka ufman. , ~ :,.:,,~~~c.. d 11 Z!i.ufTa. R . O W ' S. H utr her . P. F I , -t-m ' DF,V lI :S M I R R O R BUSI NESS STAFF : FRONT RCok~. D. Th ea, D. Bayl;s. R. Burger . . Geko ski, SECOND R O il' , J. PritzlafT. S. Spe"a rk. S. 50 51
We cou ld we ll ca ll  T he D cvil s M irror  the  Xcw York Ti mes  of H un ting ton Hi gh , fo r it brings to us a ll th ...
We cou ld we ll ca ll "T he D cvil's M irror" the "Xcw York Ti mes" of H un ting ton Hi gh , fo r it brings to us a ll th e news o f O U f schoo l and com munity. T his year, th e paper has increased its featu re staff, g iving us 1II0rc f or ou r m oney with each o f the eigh t cop ies we buy per year. An increa sed n u m ber o f feature art icles, in cl udi ng stu de n t opinio n po lls, sho rt stories, and h u man int erest stories fea turing ou r esteemed facu lty, have ad d ed a ne w loo k to a n a lrea d y p rom inent ne wspa pe r. With th e ad d ition of th e lively spo rts co lum ns and o ther spec ia l features, " T he D cvil's Mi rr or" br ings Hu n tin g ton H igh School st uden ts "all th e news th a t's fi t to pr in t." DEVIL' S ~Il R ROR STA FF: FI RST R O W , D. Moore, T . Maguire S ECOND R OW : D . Brcd es, H . Spector, S. O ' Brien , B. K irch cn bau m , R . Berm a n, S. ~{oorc, ~L Metalcr. T H IR D RO W : C . K oola gc, K . Wrigh t, L . Bu rke, L , Schofield, P. Field. FOURTH RO W , T. Mill er, xt. wi nslow, D. Gordon. FI FTH R OW .. R. O 'Brien , J. Schmi tt , J. Fusa ro , S. Veckm an . Devits Mirror Reflects School Events "et cetera" Acknowledges Creative W riting They say a picture IS worth ten th ou sand words, bu t ct cetera carries the creative words of poetry. story. a nd C'Ss..1.\" tha t compose th e best litera ry efforts of ou r school. T his lit erary magazmc d irec ted by ed itor S tephani Sus sncr cont inues the line tradi tion of previous vca rs. Surely these words a re more lasting tha n ten th ousand pictu res! " Ge t you r la test co py o f the Dc vil's M irro r he re!" The voice th a t bellows th is fami liar cry belongs to a member of the D evil's M irro r Business StalT. U nd er th e leadersh ip o f Bu siness Editor Pa ul Fold , this sta n' has th is year used its vast store of ingen uity to boost D cvil' s M irror sales. Some o f this inucn ui tv took th e form of a . new prog ram of stude n t ad ve rt ising , which found g rea t success in the stuclen r bod y. \ \' e a rc g ra tef ul to the Business St aff for b ri ng ing th e D evil's ~lirror ou t of th e p rin t shop a nd into Ou r ha nds. ~ ET CET ERA : FI RST R O W, ~L Fa)', ~ L Beck. P. Eler , ~ L T hom pson . C . G rossmann. P. xr Murphy. C ,)'Ie Roy S ECO S D RO il' .. S. Ja mes. C . B utcher. ~L Gl ick. L. . . So ran, ... . ., v asquez, J Thatcher B. Somson T HIR D R OW : C . Kn uth . D. Thea . :\1. M etzler. v K ucvn. R . Gckcski FO URTH R Oil' : E. Bur ke . C. .Liva . .C. Champney. P. Bp\ws. L. ~ l oh lenhofT FI FTH ROft': T. Ste phen son. J. Lavine. x . R avmo n. B. D eM a ria . J. < • • Schmitt . DEVIL'S ~ lIRROR EDITORS : FI RST R OW, T . Magu ire, D. Smith SECOND ROW , T . Lederer, P. Fcld , D . Moore M issing : E. Ka ufman. , ~ :,.:,,~~~c.. d 11 Z!i.ufTa. R . O W ' S. H utr her . P. F I , -t-m ' DF,V lI :S M I R R O R BUSI NESS STAFF : FRONT RCok~. D. Th ea, D. Bayl;s. R. Burger . . Geko ski, SECOND R O il' , J. PritzlafT. S. Spe"a rk. S. 50 51
We cou ld we ll ca ll  T he D cvil s M irror  the  Xcw York Ti mes  of H un ting ton Hi gh , fo r it brings to us a ll th ...
Ne ed someone to officiat e your next hockey gam e? Call on one o~ M iss K nippler's Girls' Student Leaders. T he memb ers of th is honorary sports service clu~ are con sta ntly found in th e ~l11S or on the fields, officiat i n~~ t.im~ng. and scon ng ga~e: of a ll sor ts. T raditional act ivities includ e a fare well plcmc 10 J U~: for gradua~n;:, an ., annual dinner in th e spring for new . members. " tt hout these girls , ITICI11 b c rs ~ a n d u .... . , we wou ld have no intra mu ra ls sports programs. Than k ) OU ! Studen t Leaders . KEY C LUB: FR OST RO W , J. G rocc ia , B. Sch oepfli n, G . R; tch , J. Bod ine, R. O ' Brien , W . Tu ryn , K . Groege r, T . Maguire, :VI. Hartman , T . Hyder , A. Woerner SECOXD R OW : ] . Ackerm a n, S. Ba yer , R . Ma her, G . Arbc nics, R. Buer ger, D . Sm ith , L . H a ncock THIRD R OW : E. ~rut h , c . Hardi ng, T . R o tell a , n. De Maria , B. Prou d FO URTH R O W : D . Blorn, L. Ber g, C , Wyckoff , G . ~'I c n kc FIFTH R OW : D. Gogel, J, Gor czvk, L. Me r-rill, D . Dra nsfield , T . D ra nsfie ld S I X T H R OW : B. Burton , W . S now. The K ey The Ke y Club has opened the door to m any ac tivities for Huntington H igh Sch ool's young men . During th e year they worked in the schoo l libra rv. solei Christm as candy in Club snowmen containers , and ne ld a Ki wani s C lub pancake br eakfast. The Ke~ Club is an important and worthwhile serv ice organiz a tion. , '. " Honora ry Clubs Contribute T ime and Service " He rshey Bars! J unior M in ts! H ershey .. ." I s this a new kind of cheer you' re hearing? M ingled with the enth usiastic shouts of students at our basketball and foo tba ll games are the cries of th e Arista girls, sellin g candy to spectato rs. T hese girls, members of H un tington H igh's girls honorary society, are we ll known for their services to our p; school and comm un ity. The girls you sec ushering a t mo st school function s a re Arista members. T his yea r, Arista has been of serv ice outside the schoo l, ra ising mo ney for a school in Ind ia and being a foster paren t to a n orp ha n child. These and m an y other important funct ion s m ake Ar ista a nece ssary and im por tant pa rt of our school and ou r town . ARISTA : FIRST R OW, B. McN ult y, S. M oore, J. Sp okas J. Hi ppe , K . Wright , ]. Fu sa ro, L. Va squ ez, C . Kara sek, C . Knuth . SECON D R OW : J. T hat ch er , : . Metzler , L . Baur, N . Ritzert , R . M 65 IJ •• •• , ,- I ' jt.~ . ~ .. ,. >' 1 . 6~ " fit; ~\ C. K oolage, L. Schof ield . P. Field THI RD ROll" : I. Bonth .::'\. R itzert. L . Berry, P. Powcs. C . Champney. L. Da niels. P. C unningham . A. Finlayson. J. Ch ap man, J. Black. G IR LS' STU D ENT L EAD ERS : FIR ST R Oil' . B. Fra nco. A. Falc o, . •. P. D aid oln , J. Hippe , J. M ulada . J. J ohn so n. C K ocrn I!!. P: Va n Arsda ll, J. Spok a s, D . M orro ne S I~COXD R OW : S. Colo\'l ~ , T . Sch micgclow , R . Grosso, K . Boyle , C . K n uth . S. T ilden, M . C hieffo, Grosse" C . Sa vage , L . Schofield , P . Fi eld T H IRD R O lV : S. Dryd en, I. Booth , A. Fi nla yson, P. C u n ningha m , S. Bubbers, L. Ra u, D . Cu sh ing, P. Bowes. , '·1 ··,-- - - -4 . S Gale E Bird son g. D . R itt er . P. D u ren TH IR D R O W : ~L hams. . J . ' ,• • • . . R K istler G . H iggins. R. Derickson, D . Rink . B. L e W IS. Felerstcm , · , '- INT ERACT C L U B : FIRST R Oil' . E . Olive r, P. I reland , J. Kl affk y, L . Stl'ga r SECON D R O W : J. Da vis, J. Lavine . A. Ashle y, E . w u. th er wa ys too. Leadershi p for this in d ustri ou s or, . . ' man y 0 . tion is prov ided bv President J ohn Kl affky, V IcegaOlza I . , " . . . t Paul Ireland , Scc rcta rv Skip DIt\ C I , and 1 rcasPres1idcn... . urer Lloyd Steger. What ca n be seen behind a newspaper counter in th e morning, a milk stand a t noon, and being an usher a t night? The answer , of cou rse, is a hard-working me mber of the I n tera ct C lub , the service club spo nsored by Mr. C lay Bricker. This clu b contributes service to our school in 53 52
Ne ed someone to officiat e your next hockey gam e  Call on one o  M iss K nippler s Girls  Student Leaders. T he memb ers...
Ne ed someone to officiat e your next hockey gam e? Call on one o~ M iss K nippler's Girls' Student Leaders. T he memb ers of th is honorary sports service clu~ are con sta ntly found in th e ~l11S or on the fields, officiat i n~~ t.im~ng. and scon ng ga~e: of a ll sor ts. T raditional act ivities includ e a fare well plcmc 10 J U~: for gradua~n;:, an ., annual dinner in th e spring for new . members. " tt hout these girls , ITICI11 b c rs ~ a n d u .... . , we wou ld have no intra mu ra ls sports programs. Than k ) OU ! Studen t Leaders . KEY C LUB: FR OST RO W , J. G rocc ia , B. Sch oepfli n, G . R; tch , J. Bod ine, R. O ' Brien , W . Tu ryn , K . Groege r, T . Maguire, :VI. Hartman , T . Hyder , A. Woerner SECOXD R OW : ] . Ackerm a n, S. Ba yer , R . Ma her, G . Arbc nics, R. Buer ger, D . Sm ith , L . H a ncock THIRD R OW : E. ~rut h , c . Hardi ng, T . R o tell a , n. De Maria , B. Prou d FO URTH R O W : D . Blorn, L. Ber g, C , Wyckoff , G . ~'I c n kc FIFTH R OW : D. Gogel, J, Gor czvk, L. Me r-rill, D . Dra nsfield , T . D ra nsfie ld S I X T H R OW : B. Burton , W . S now. The K ey The Ke y Club has opened the door to m any ac tivities for Huntington H igh Sch ool's young men . During th e year they worked in the schoo l libra rv. solei Christm as candy in Club snowmen containers , and ne ld a Ki wani s C lub pancake br eakfast. The Ke~ Club is an important and worthwhile serv ice organiz a tion. , '. " Honora ry Clubs Contribute T ime and Service " He rshey Bars! J unior M in ts! H ershey .. ." I s this a new kind of cheer you' re hearing? M ingled with the enth usiastic shouts of students at our basketball and foo tba ll games are the cries of th e Arista girls, sellin g candy to spectato rs. T hese girls, members of H un tington H igh's girls honorary society, are we ll known for their services to our p; school and comm un ity. The girls you sec ushering a t mo st school function s a re Arista members. T his yea r, Arista has been of serv ice outside the schoo l, ra ising mo ney for a school in Ind ia and being a foster paren t to a n orp ha n child. These and m an y other important funct ion s m ake Ar ista a nece ssary and im por tant pa rt of our school and ou r town . ARISTA : FIRST R OW, B. McN ult y, S. M oore, J. Sp okas J. Hi ppe , K . Wright , ]. Fu sa ro, L. Va squ ez, C . Kara sek, C . Knuth . SECON D R OW : J. T hat ch er , : . Metzler , L . Baur, N . Ritzert , R . M 65 IJ •• •• , ,- I ' jt.~ . ~ .. ,. >' 1 . 6~ " fit; ~\ C. K oolage, L. Schof ield . P. Field THI RD ROll" : I. Bonth .::'\. R itzert. L . Berry, P. Powcs. C . Champney. L. Da niels. P. C unningham . A. Finlayson. J. Ch ap man, J. Black. G IR LS' STU D ENT L EAD ERS : FIR ST R Oil' . B. Fra nco. A. Falc o, . •. P. D aid oln , J. Hippe , J. M ulada . J. J ohn so n. C K ocrn I!!. P: Va n Arsda ll, J. Spok a s, D . M orro ne S I~COXD R OW : S. Colo\'l ~ , T . Sch micgclow , R . Grosso, K . Boyle , C . K n uth . S. T ilden, M . C hieffo, Grosse" C . Sa vage , L . Schofield , P . Fi eld T H IRD R O lV : S. Dryd en, I. Booth , A. Fi nla yson, P. C u n ningha m , S. Bubbers, L. Ra u, D . Cu sh ing, P. Bowes. , '·1 ··,-- - - -4 . S Gale E Bird son g. D . R itt er . P. D u ren TH IR D R O W : ~L hams. . J . ' ,• • • . . R K istler G . H iggins. R. Derickson, D . Rink . B. L e W IS. Felerstcm , · , '- INT ERACT C L U B : FIRST R Oil' . E . Olive r, P. I reland , J. Kl affk y, L . Stl'ga r SECON D R O W : J. Da vis, J. Lavine . A. Ashle y, E . w u. th er wa ys too. Leadershi p for this in d ustri ou s or, . . ' man y 0 . tion is prov ided bv President J ohn Kl affky, V IcegaOlza I . , " . . . t Paul Ireland , Scc rcta rv Skip DIt\ C I , and 1 rcasPres1idcn... . urer Lloyd Steger. What ca n be seen behind a newspaper counter in th e morning, a milk stand a t noon, and being an usher a t night? The answer , of cou rse, is a hard-working me mber of the I n tera ct C lub , the service club spo nsored by Mr. C lay Bricker. This clu b contributes service to our school in 53 52
Ne ed someone to officiat e your next hockey gam e  Call on one o  M iss K nippler s Girls  Student Leaders. T he memb ers...
I I I Dramatics Sparks Seif- E xpression T IIES P I:\:'\S : FR O N T R OW , ~ fr . Mara n tz, P. O':\cil, J. Elliott . R. ~lcGlI irc , T . ~t illcr, ~ I i s s M o reh ea d SECOND R OW : A. H olcom b , V . R od Brown sho ws the othe r Deba te Cl uh m em bers his note s for the fort hc oming debate . Seydel , E . Tucker, S. H er gruct cr , M . C h ieffo T H I R D R OW : K . M onr o ig, ~\1. W oll y, D . Brcdcs, W . Br usseau , D . M oo re FOURTH R O W : R . Lau rin o, B. La u ni , ~l. Bro d e rick. Debate Club R esolves Important Issues Ro bert W illiam Service once said, "T he the a ter is th e house of life." D ed icated to th is id eal, t he T hespi ans, a nation al honora ry society for drama studen ts, has greatly enr iched the theatrical program of H unt ington Hi gh School. Under the direction of M r. M a ran tz, this orga nizatio n provides lead ership and guida nce for the various dramati c ac tivities of the school. Selecting plays an d preparing rules for the play festival and the spring production a re only a few of the services tha t Thespia ns p erfo rm du r- ing th e year. As well as su pervi sing a nd partic ip a ting in d ra matic activities, T hespian s a lso hea r guest speakers lee. l ure abou t elocution, sta ge movemen t, and the art of p ro. ducing a play. As members of the T own shi p Thea ter Co un cil, they contribute wide ly to the thea trical programs of t he community. A n act ive part of d rama a t H unting ton H igh School, Thespians perform a tremendous service to ou r school and our town . THIRD RO W : R. Bataller, A. Ashley, J. Cai man . D . Hough FOURTH ROW: G. Lind ner, B. Hammond , ~ Ir. Hitschler . DE BAT E CLU B: FI RS T RO W , M. Merksarner, M . Murphy, C. Fl yn n, R . Brown SECOND ROJV: ~L Sci din , E . R usch , R . Gnll ST AG E C RE W : FIR ST R OW, ~h. M a ra n tz, S. Kelly, R . Lauri no, K . M on roig, J. ~ lcK i n lay. S. Lewi s SECOND R OW : R . Strom, P. Lan gley, ~L Weh r, B. Lau ni , M . Zacko, N . Ri tzer t TH IRD R OW : J. Gch ria n, B. Chul wick, L. Sch rci d cr , ] . Laurin o, D . Cl ou gh FOURTH ROW : H . Knecht, B. Kin g, D . Baum . FI FTH R O W : O n the opening night of a H untington H igh Sch ool produc tion , the actors a re not th e onl y nervous ones. Beh ind th e scenes th e stage crew is anxio usly a waiting the opening of the cu rtain. They are th e people respon sible for light s. sou nd, cu rta ins, and sets in .1 11 ou r prod uctions th roughout th e year. J udging from the scenery and specia l effec ts in th e p roduction s of 196'1-1965. we could call the members o f the stage crew a rtists in thei r ow n right. The next time you sec a n H. B .S. presentat ion, do n' t con gr atu lat e on ly those out front. T ake th e tim e to tha nk those back stage who a rc working to make t he pr oduct ion wh at it is. Ha rm on, F. Ka est ner, J. Zaug. J. Spahn , J. K rsnak, L. Smith, Resolved : X uclea r Arm am en t should be controlled by a n international org an iza tion . T his is thi s yea r's na tiona l topi c for de ba te cl ubs and tea ms throug hout America. At H un tington H igh Schoo!' the Debat e Club is a well-organi zed . active club which teaches debat ing techn iqu es, log ical fa llac ies. p rec ise reason ing. and research m ethods. T he D ebate C lub hold s intra-school debat es v vccklv. as well as interschoo l d eb at es. once a mon th wit h neighbo ring schools. T hus. th e D eba te C lub is of grea t servicc to H .H .S.. p resenting to its members and to the stud en t body topics of int ere st and impor tan ce. J. 54 55
I  I  I  Dramatics Sparks Seif- E xpression  T IIES P I     S   FR O N T  R OW ,   fr . Mara n tz,  P. O   cil, J. Elliott...
I I I Dramatics Sparks Seif- E xpression T IIES P I:\:'\S : FR O N T R OW , ~ fr . Mara n tz, P. O':\cil, J. Elliott . R. ~lcGlI irc , T . ~t illcr, ~ I i s s M o reh ea d SECOND R OW : A. H olcom b , V . R od Brown sho ws the othe r Deba te Cl uh m em bers his note s for the fort hc oming debate . Seydel , E . Tucker, S. H er gruct cr , M . C h ieffo T H I R D R OW : K . M onr o ig, ~\1. W oll y, D . Brcdcs, W . Br usseau , D . M oo re FOURTH R O W : R . Lau rin o, B. La u ni , ~l. Bro d e rick. Debate Club R esolves Important Issues Ro bert W illiam Service once said, "T he the a ter is th e house of life." D ed icated to th is id eal, t he T hespi ans, a nation al honora ry society for drama studen ts, has greatly enr iched the theatrical program of H unt ington Hi gh School. Under the direction of M r. M a ran tz, this orga nizatio n provides lead ership and guida nce for the various dramati c ac tivities of the school. Selecting plays an d preparing rules for the play festival and the spring production a re only a few of the services tha t Thespia ns p erfo rm du r- ing th e year. As well as su pervi sing a nd partic ip a ting in d ra matic activities, T hespian s a lso hea r guest speakers lee. l ure abou t elocution, sta ge movemen t, and the art of p ro. ducing a play. As members of the T own shi p Thea ter Co un cil, they contribute wide ly to the thea trical programs of t he community. A n act ive part of d rama a t H unting ton H igh School, Thespians perform a tremendous service to ou r school and our town . THIRD RO W : R. Bataller, A. Ashley, J. Cai man . D . Hough FOURTH ROW: G. Lind ner, B. Hammond , ~ Ir. Hitschler . DE BAT E CLU B: FI RS T RO W , M. Merksarner, M . Murphy, C. Fl yn n, R . Brown SECOND ROJV: ~L Sci din , E . R usch , R . Gnll ST AG E C RE W : FIR ST R OW, ~h. M a ra n tz, S. Kelly, R . Lauri no, K . M on roig, J. ~ lcK i n lay. S. Lewi s SECOND R OW : R . Strom, P. Lan gley, ~L Weh r, B. Lau ni , M . Zacko, N . Ri tzer t TH IRD R OW : J. Gch ria n, B. Chul wick, L. Sch rci d cr , ] . Laurin o, D . Cl ou gh FOURTH ROW : H . Knecht, B. Kin g, D . Baum . FI FTH R O W : O n the opening night of a H untington H igh Sch ool produc tion , the actors a re not th e onl y nervous ones. Beh ind th e scenes th e stage crew is anxio usly a waiting the opening of the cu rtain. They are th e people respon sible for light s. sou nd, cu rta ins, and sets in .1 11 ou r prod uctions th roughout th e year. J udging from the scenery and specia l effec ts in th e p roduction s of 196'1-1965. we could call the members o f the stage crew a rtists in thei r ow n right. The next time you sec a n H. B .S. presentat ion, do n' t con gr atu lat e on ly those out front. T ake th e tim e to tha nk those back stage who a rc working to make t he pr oduct ion wh at it is. Ha rm on, F. Ka est ner, J. Zaug. J. Spahn , J. K rsnak, L. Smith, Resolved : X uclea r Arm am en t should be controlled by a n international org an iza tion . T his is thi s yea r's na tiona l topi c for de ba te cl ubs and tea ms throug hout America. At H un tington H igh Schoo!' the Debat e Club is a well-organi zed . active club which teaches debat ing techn iqu es, log ical fa llac ies. p rec ise reason ing. and research m ethods. T he D ebate C lub hold s intra-school debat es v vccklv. as well as interschoo l d eb at es. once a mon th wit h neighbo ring schools. T hus. th e D eba te C lub is of grea t servicc to H .H .S.. p resenting to its members and to the stud en t body topics of int ere st and impor tan ce. J. 54 55
I  I  I  Dramatics Sparks Seif- E xpression  T IIES P I     S   FR O N T  R OW ,   fr . Mara n tz,  P. O   cil, J. Elliott...
Wa nt to learn more ab out becomin g a prac tica l nurse, girls? T he Future ~u rses Cl ub is wh er e yO ll be long! U nde r th e direction of M rs. G reene, gir ls in this club learn the skills of n ursirur th rousrh films and lee" " tures. In addition. club mem bers conduct our an nual Red C ross Drive, and, at Chr istmas tim e, p resent J. spec ia l program a t a rest home. M rs. G reene's fut u re nurs es thus have a taste of what lies a head of them, while, a t the same ti me, they perform unusua l sen -ice for ou r schoo l and com m unity. We L earn Our Future Jobs T he Sou th is famous for its " Sou thern hospit ali ty," but H unt ingt on Hi g-h is r~m n i n~ a close second with our own H ospit ality Girls. Servin g th e school a nd the com munity, the gi rls a rc always read y to plan a reception , d inner even t, or clu b luncheon. Alwa ys on hand with th eir own bra nd of " H un tington hospit a lity," these girls add that extra cha rm and specia l something to everything they do. FT.:T1: R E TEAC HERS: FIRST ROW, M . Murp hy, L. Fe rra ro, L. Geiger , K . ~l ille r. P. Field , ~lr. j aroslaw, A. Rosen zweig, S. Gord on , ~1. Fay SECOND R OW: E. Packer. S. Feldman , A. Falco, D . 1I.'Iarre ne, S. Hage ma n, C. Churin, L. Bauer le TH IRD ROW : D . F UT URE NU RSE S CLUB: FIRST R OlV, M . Lane, M. LaVelle, ] . ~l eK i nlay , G . Denton , D . G reen e. D em p sey, A . H oga n , B. Parke r, ~I. C hieffo , N. Wi n ter, K . K ~t z FO U RTH R O W : S. Weber, J. Pritzla ff, C . Ri sley, C . .C onklin . FIFTH R OW: D . Lipnick, N . J ensen , B. F ra nco, ] . Benedict. W hen we say school serv ice, we mean sch oo l se rvice . " O kay, class, come to ord er! The lesson for today is . .." So begins a memb er of the Fu ture T eachers Club as she embarks on the traditiona l field trip of the club, ,·isiting and teaching at an elementary school for a whole day. This year the F.T. A. worked hard all year to raise mone y for the ir vis{t to \ \' ashington, D.C., in the spring. Am ong th eir act ivities were selling pretzels, visiting the Board of Education , making a Thank sgiving basket for a needy fam ily, usherin g at Pa rents' Nigh t, and h3\·ing the privilege and pleasure of hearing Dr. C ha rles 51. C lair spe ak to th em abo ut ca ree rs in teaching. 56 H O SP IT ALl T Y C LU B: FI R S T R OW-~'I. Berkcnkamp, L. Con tino, S. " or ey, J. ~' k K i n lay. M Rogers. SECOND ROW -r..-l iss Ran dall, B. Cook _ n. 57
Wa nt to learn more ab out becomin g a prac tica l nurse, girls  T he Future  u rses Cl ub is wh er e yO ll be long  U nde...
Wa nt to learn more ab out becomin g a prac tica l nurse, girls? T he Future ~u rses Cl ub is wh er e yO ll be long! U nde r th e direction of M rs. G reene, gir ls in this club learn the skills of n ursirur th rousrh films and lee" " tures. In addition. club mem bers conduct our an nual Red C ross Drive, and, at Chr istmas tim e, p resent J. spec ia l program a t a rest home. M rs. G reene's fut u re nurs es thus have a taste of what lies a head of them, while, a t the same ti me, they perform unusua l sen -ice for ou r schoo l and com m unity. We L earn Our Future Jobs T he Sou th is famous for its " Sou thern hospit ali ty," but H unt ingt on Hi g-h is r~m n i n~ a close second with our own H ospit ality Girls. Servin g th e school a nd the com munity, the gi rls a rc always read y to plan a reception , d inner even t, or clu b luncheon. Alwa ys on hand with th eir own bra nd of " H un tington hospit a lity," these girls add that extra cha rm and specia l something to everything they do. FT.:T1: R E TEAC HERS: FIRST ROW, M . Murp hy, L. Fe rra ro, L. Geiger , K . ~l ille r. P. Field , ~lr. j aroslaw, A. Rosen zweig, S. Gord on , ~1. Fay SECOND R OW: E. Packer. S. Feldman , A. Falco, D . 1I.'Iarre ne, S. Hage ma n, C. Churin, L. Bauer le TH IRD ROW : D . F UT URE NU RSE S CLUB: FIRST R OlV, M . Lane, M. LaVelle, ] . ~l eK i nlay , G . Denton , D . G reen e. D em p sey, A . H oga n , B. Parke r, ~I. C hieffo , N. Wi n ter, K . K ~t z FO U RTH R O W : S. Weber, J. Pritzla ff, C . Ri sley, C . .C onklin . FIFTH R OW: D . Lipnick, N . J ensen , B. F ra nco, ] . Benedict. W hen we say school serv ice, we mean sch oo l se rvice . " O kay, class, come to ord er! The lesson for today is . .." So begins a memb er of the Fu ture T eachers Club as she embarks on the traditiona l field trip of the club, ,·isiting and teaching at an elementary school for a whole day. This year the F.T. A. worked hard all year to raise mone y for the ir vis{t to \ \' ashington, D.C., in the spring. Am ong th eir act ivities were selling pretzels, visiting the Board of Education , making a Thank sgiving basket for a needy fam ily, usherin g at Pa rents' Nigh t, and h3\·ing the privilege and pleasure of hearing Dr. C ha rles 51. C lair spe ak to th em abo ut ca ree rs in teaching. 56 H O SP IT ALl T Y C LU B: FI R S T R OW-~'I. Berkcnkamp, L. Con tino, S. " or ey, J. ~' k K i n lay. M Rogers. SECOND ROW -r..-l iss Ran dall, B. Cook _ n. 57
Wa nt to learn more ab out becomin g a prac tica l nurse, girls  T he Future  u rses Cl ub is wh er e yO ll be long  U nde...
"'-'." " ----- - H el en Cranna hai ls from Austr al ia . ~ ". J '. - ,I --' A~IE R I C A:-; FI ELD SERVICE : FIRS T ROW, P. Soran , J. Mc· K inley, S. M oore, H . Burke, L. G eiger , L . J acobs, C . Fcu nstcin , R . Rudin, S. Ryder, R. Ebel, B. May. SECO N D ROW: B. Harlin, ~ 1. ~ rc Don ough , J. Young, C. Kocm ig, H . Cr an na, ~ . Howard , I. Grosse, D . H ickey, K . Dougherty, C . C onklin, A. Se ym ou r, D . Stuart, S. D ryden. T HIR D ROW: L . Corcoran. A. M axson, J. Ra smu ssen , C . Ga tt o. A. Signorelli , X . W inter , J. Kn u tson , S. Sa cke tt , ~L M etzler, C. Levenbrun, T. Schmiegelaw, C . Koolagc, S. H agem an n. FOU RTH R OW .. S. Spevak, S. H u tchcr , M . Knuth, S. Sha dy, M . Shu kow, C. Kar asek, F. Earl, R. Broadfoot, B. Ehrhart B. Samson, A. Dan tzle r, L . Craft. F IFTH R OW : S. Su ssn cr , E . Kau fman , , V. j orch , P. Ard d ino, B. K norr, G . Engleha rdt , G . Evans, S. K elly, K . G oddc , K . Boyle , J. Fu saro S I XT H R OW : C . K n u th , M . C hi effo , L . Becke r, A. Unan gst , L . M ohlc n hoff', ~L ~ l c K a ll y , I. Booth , D . Cu shing, P. Cunningh am , SEVENTH ROW : C . ~l c Ro y , J . Thatcher, J . Schaeffe r, K. Wh ite, C. Nicolett i, K . Kimball , G. ~li1l e r, S. Servia , S. Martini , J. J oh nso n, S. Na sh. EIGH T H RO lf! : P. ' Vebh, P. Field, L. Sch ofield , D . Lisecki, M . M cD a niel, n. K irchenba u m , E . K ot ler, }.L Sm ith , L. M a u tner, S. McK cn na, R . D er ickson, H . Murtomaa, J. R cis, E. !\I u th . A .F.S. Promotes W orld Understanding I Finla nd 's g ift to H un tington is H eikki M urtorna a . Bill Dobie wonders how to see wh er e he is go ing . Pizza anyone? Earl ier this year, students wer e busily ringing doorbells and soliciting pizza sales in an al.l.o ut effort to raise money for the Am erican F ield Service. The A.F.S. is a prog ram orga nized to bring foreign students to th e U nited Sta tes, and send American stude nts abroad. In add ition to the pizza sale, a portion of the Play F~". tiva l profits help ed finan ce the A.F.S. pr ogram . A Christmas tea , and a semina r in which studen ts from a ll pa rts of the world participa ted , were also sponsored by th e f A.F.S. · . T h IS )ear, H .H .S. is proud to have H elen C ranna rom . Austra lia and H eikki M urtomaa from Fmland as mernbers of ou r studen t body. T he mereasing enth usiasm for e j the A.F.S . program, and the growing A.F.S. club. memo ber ship, which now boasts ove r 130 mem ber s, indi ca te a desire for continuing " peace through und erstan din g." T he a r t of Pizza Box folding has a knac k all its o wn. 59 The K ap ur fam ily of Ind ia st ren gthe n cu lt ura l t ics. . I
  - .     ----- -  H el en Cranna hai ls from Austr al ia .    .  J  .  -  ,I --   A IE R I C A -   FI ELD SERVICE   FIRS ...
"'-'." " ----- - H el en Cranna hai ls from Austr al ia . ~ ". J '. - ,I --' A~IE R I C A:-; FI ELD SERVICE : FIRS T ROW, P. Soran , J. Mc· K inley, S. M oore, H . Burke, L. G eiger , L . J acobs, C . Fcu nstcin , R . Rudin, S. Ryder, R. Ebel, B. May. SECO N D ROW: B. Harlin, ~ 1. ~ rc Don ough , J. Young, C. Kocm ig, H . Cr an na, ~ . Howard , I. Grosse, D . H ickey, K . Dougherty, C . C onklin, A. Se ym ou r, D . Stuart, S. D ryden. T HIR D ROW: L . Corcoran. A. M axson, J. Ra smu ssen , C . Ga tt o. A. Signorelli , X . W inter , J. Kn u tson , S. Sa cke tt , ~L M etzler, C. Levenbrun, T. Schmiegelaw, C . Koolagc, S. H agem an n. FOU RTH R OW .. S. Spevak, S. H u tchcr , M . Knuth, S. Sha dy, M . Shu kow, C. Kar asek, F. Earl, R. Broadfoot, B. Ehrhart B. Samson, A. Dan tzle r, L . Craft. F IFTH R OW : S. Su ssn cr , E . Kau fman , , V. j orch , P. Ard d ino, B. K norr, G . Engleha rdt , G . Evans, S. K elly, K . G oddc , K . Boyle , J. Fu saro S I XT H R OW : C . K n u th , M . C hi effo , L . Becke r, A. Unan gst , L . M ohlc n hoff', ~L ~ l c K a ll y , I. Booth , D . Cu shing, P. Cunningh am , SEVENTH ROW : C . ~l c Ro y , J . Thatcher, J . Schaeffe r, K. Wh ite, C. Nicolett i, K . Kimball , G. ~li1l e r, S. Servia , S. Martini , J. J oh nso n, S. Na sh. EIGH T H RO lf! : P. ' Vebh, P. Field, L. Sch ofield , D . Lisecki, M . M cD a niel, n. K irchenba u m , E . K ot ler, }.L Sm ith , L. M a u tner, S. McK cn na, R . D er ickson, H . Murtomaa, J. R cis, E. !\I u th . A .F.S. Promotes W orld Understanding I Finla nd 's g ift to H un tington is H eikki M urtorna a . Bill Dobie wonders how to see wh er e he is go ing . Pizza anyone? Earl ier this year, students wer e busily ringing doorbells and soliciting pizza sales in an al.l.o ut effort to raise money for the Am erican F ield Service. The A.F.S. is a prog ram orga nized to bring foreign students to th e U nited Sta tes, and send American stude nts abroad. In add ition to the pizza sale, a portion of the Play F~". tiva l profits help ed finan ce the A.F.S. pr ogram . A Christmas tea , and a semina r in which studen ts from a ll pa rts of the world participa ted , were also sponsored by th e f A.F.S. · . T h IS )ear, H .H .S. is proud to have H elen C ranna rom . Austra lia and H eikki M urtomaa from Fmland as mernbers of ou r studen t body. T he mereasing enth usiasm for e j the A.F.S . program, and the growing A.F.S. club. memo ber ship, which now boasts ove r 130 mem ber s, indi ca te a desire for continuing " peace through und erstan din g." T he a r t of Pizza Box folding has a knac k all its o wn. 59 The K ap ur fam ily of Ind ia st ren gthe n cu lt ura l t ics. . I
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RETA IL STORE : FIRST R OW, D. ~ fai n , S. Pott er, E. Kroner , ~ Ir. Puetz, Rober g, B. Dobie. L. Looseleaf? Pens ? Pencils ? R ulers ? X am c th e item and the school store ha s it cvc ryrimc ! t.: nd cr th e sponsorship of M r. Puetz a nd the mem bers of his D ist ribution class, th e Ret a il Store provides a most importa nt service to the schoo l and S efYCS as a place where D ist ribu tion cla ss mem bers ga in expe rience as fu tu re salesme n a nd sa leswo men. T UI')'n, D. Smi th . D. Gogel, J. Ackcran . T H IR D R O W : T . 11agu irc, A. Woern er, J. Rcis. 11. H a rtma n. T . D ransfield. C . Wyckoff, E. 1 1uth, B. Bur ton, T . H yder. LIBRARY AID ES : FI RST /l OW, M . Beck, R. Buerger. J. Bodi ne, G . Rit ch , n. Schoc pfliu . J. Groccia. C. Pearce S ECOXD ROW : B. Proud . R. Maher, B. D e~Ia r ia , K . Gro eger , L. H a ncock. C . Arbonics, C . H arding, J Gorca yk, L. Berg, C . M enke, W. Snow, R . O' Brie n, W. \ Vha t effect d ocs a u tom a tion have on the sec retary? W hat oppo r tu nities a re there in to day's b usi~ess world? Thes.e and . ma ny other fascina ting q ucst l~n s .a re the top ics whi ch Business Clu b, under the di rectio n . of M iss R obert s a nd Mi ss A ndrews, invcst ig~ tes at the me etings. Frequen t lect u res a nd field trip s help. The members of th e Rusiness C lu b d iscover the many fa cet s and oppo rt un ities of the business wo rld . T h ro ugh . this club .stude n ts m a y enJo y t h ern. ' selves while ge tt mg a ta ste o f voca tion al train ing at the same tim e. J E ach year va rious st ude n ts wor k in ou r library. T hese aides, com posed m ostly of K ey C lub members, g ive up their study ha lls to do t his service. They shel\'~ books, wor k a t the reserve d esk, th e front d esk, rep air books and perform a nv o the r necessary jobs. The libra ry a ides d o muc h to m ak e ou r library system as effective as it is. \ Ve have these people to than k for kee ping our library orde rly , a tt ra ct ive, a nd efficien t. H .HS,. B enefitsfrom Student Assistance BVS IXESS CLUB · S ITTl \'C . AUDI O V ISUA L SQ UAD : L. to R.• V. K ueyn, B. Popk ins. ~ l. Sullivan, :-'Ir. Paris, R . Wrigh t. S. Olive r, L . Smith, J. Cumm ings, P. H a rris, R . Allen, E. Wrigh t, E. H offman . " v S' J . " A. Sign orelli, ~hss Robert s, FI RST R OW, C . Gatto L Cuiff J . an rse, . Schaefer , ] . Honaski,]. Lab ian, C. Vecchion e. • . 0, H u n tin uton H irth School takes pride in it s 0 mo de rn teaching methods and ne w approach es to lea rning, and rea lizes tha t keep ing in str id e w ith ou r consta n tly chang ing world requir es more th an textb ook read ing. The Audio-V isu a l Departmen t has been d esigned to a id th e stuc!p n ts w he re books an d classroom ex pe rie nces a rc no t su fficien t. T h roug h films, ta pe recordings, record s a nd slid es bud d ing scho la rs .ga ln a WI.CIcr ran ge of in forrn a' . ' , tion th an ca n be obta i I m erel y from boo ks a mcr d iscu ssion s, a nd classwo r k. ' ~ 1 \'11'. Paris a nd his A udio -Visua l cl ub ce rtain ly c!('SCTH' mu ch cred it fo r th e ou tsta nd ing wor k they do in ma int a inin •g H u n tineton 0 H ig h Sch ool' s fine sta nda rds ! 61
RETA IL STORE   FIRST R OW, D.   fai n , S. Pott er, E. Kroner ,   Ir. Puetz, Rober g, B. Dobie. L.  Looseleaf  Pens   Pen...
RETA IL STORE : FIRST R OW, D. ~ fai n , S. Pott er, E. Kroner , ~ Ir. Puetz, Rober g, B. Dobie. L. Looseleaf? Pens ? Pencils ? R ulers ? X am c th e item and the school store ha s it cvc ryrimc ! t.: nd cr th e sponsorship of M r. Puetz a nd the mem bers of his D ist ribution class, th e Ret a il Store provides a most importa nt service to the schoo l and S efYCS as a place where D ist ribu tion cla ss mem bers ga in expe rience as fu tu re salesme n a nd sa leswo men. T UI')'n, D. Smi th . D. Gogel, J. Ackcran . T H IR D R O W : T . 11agu irc, A. Woern er, J. Rcis. 11. H a rtma n. T . D ransfield. C . Wyckoff, E. 1 1uth, B. Bur ton, T . H yder. LIBRARY AID ES : FI RST /l OW, M . Beck, R. Buerger. J. Bodi ne, G . Rit ch , n. Schoc pfliu . J. Groccia. C. Pearce S ECOXD ROW : B. Proud . R. Maher, B. D e~Ia r ia , K . Gro eger , L. H a ncock. C . Arbonics, C . H arding, J Gorca yk, L. Berg, C . M enke, W. Snow, R . O' Brie n, W. \ Vha t effect d ocs a u tom a tion have on the sec retary? W hat oppo r tu nities a re there in to day's b usi~ess world? Thes.e and . ma ny other fascina ting q ucst l~n s .a re the top ics whi ch Business Clu b, under the di rectio n . of M iss R obert s a nd Mi ss A ndrews, invcst ig~ tes at the me etings. Frequen t lect u res a nd field trip s help. The members of th e Rusiness C lu b d iscover the many fa cet s and oppo rt un ities of the business wo rld . T h ro ugh . this club .stude n ts m a y enJo y t h ern. ' selves while ge tt mg a ta ste o f voca tion al train ing at the same tim e. J E ach year va rious st ude n ts wor k in ou r library. T hese aides, com posed m ostly of K ey C lub members, g ive up their study ha lls to do t his service. They shel\'~ books, wor k a t the reserve d esk, th e front d esk, rep air books and perform a nv o the r necessary jobs. The libra ry a ides d o muc h to m ak e ou r library system as effective as it is. \ Ve have these people to than k for kee ping our library orde rly , a tt ra ct ive, a nd efficien t. H .HS,. B enefitsfrom Student Assistance BVS IXESS CLUB · S ITTl \'C . AUDI O V ISUA L SQ UAD : L. to R.• V. K ueyn, B. Popk ins. ~ l. Sullivan, :-'Ir. Paris, R . Wrigh t. S. Olive r, L . Smith, J. Cumm ings, P. H a rris, R . Allen, E. Wrigh t, E. H offman . " v S' J . " A. Sign orelli, ~hss Robert s, FI RST R OW, C . Gatto L Cuiff J . an rse, . Schaefer , ] . Honaski,]. Lab ian, C. Vecchion e. • . 0, H u n tin uton H irth School takes pride in it s 0 mo de rn teaching methods and ne w approach es to lea rning, and rea lizes tha t keep ing in str id e w ith ou r consta n tly chang ing world requir es more th an textb ook read ing. The Audio-V isu a l Departmen t has been d esigned to a id th e stuc!p n ts w he re books an d classroom ex pe rie nces a rc no t su fficien t. T h roug h films, ta pe recordings, record s a nd slid es bud d ing scho la rs .ga ln a WI.CIcr ran ge of in forrn a' . ' , tion th an ca n be obta i I m erel y from boo ks a mcr d iscu ssion s, a nd classwo r k. ' ~ 1 \'11'. Paris a nd his A udio -Visua l cl ub ce rtain ly c!('SCTH' mu ch cred it fo r th e ou tsta nd ing wor k they do in ma int a inin •g H u n tineton 0 H ig h Sch ool' s fine sta nda rds ! 61
RETA IL STORE   FIRST R OW, D.   fai n , S. Pott er, E. Kroner ,   Ir. Puetz, Rober g, B. Dobie. L.  Looseleaf  Pens   Pen...
t • T he outstanding H untington H igh School ban d , under the direction of M r. Rufus K ern, superbly en tert ained us again ear. I n the fall. as a ma rchi ng ba nd. this Y they ' p layed at all home football games in ha lf-time shows. D isplaying their versatilitv, thcv also performed this yea r as a conce rt band , playing in the annu a l Chr istmas an d Spring conce rts. \\'ithout the ban d . ou r foot ball ga mes. concerts, and wceklv assemblies wou ld be m uch less enjoyable. ' So keep it lip band mem bersH.H.S. apprecia tes your efforts! 110 clarinet s lead th e big parade I. ,\ \ 1 Th e Band's Pep and Spirit , I ,. .:,. . \ : .r Jt All acti.... it y comes to a halt as th e ba nd p la ys ou r nationa l an them. Irifiltrate Our Lives BAXD : FI RS T R OW, ~. J o nes, J. P ritzlaff, S . Alber t , J . H oward , T . S teph enson SE CON D RO W : L. Mohlenjoff, ),1. K u eb ler, F. Di Gi a como , N. R a ymon T H I RD R OW : C . R om a nasky, D . H a rt el . J . Levcnb ron , V . Ande rson FO URTH ROW: C . D un ca n , G . C u cci, B. Patterson FIF TH R O W : J. Co rcora n , M . K oren , A. Ashl ey, S . Fel dma n , S . G ordo n , J . Au lett a , N. Shaf er S I X T H R OW : R. K istler, P. J o h nsen , M . M crksa mcr, J. And erson, D . Ga ry SE VENTH R OW: R. C ozzol ina , P. W einbe rg , R . Cooper, F . D ickerson , R. W a g_ ne r, L. Shoem ak er. B. O 'Don ahu e, S. G a le . FI RS T R OW , G . Berger, ;\1. Bow ma n , M . La ng , C hamp~ey, R. Sch wartz S ECO ,\ 'D R OW : 11. W ins low , Bu bb ers, 'n I . ' Ia r tin , P . Dai dola , B. Kau fma n TH I RD R OW: ' 'JVI 'I llcr. T . ... I er, D . D r ans field , R , V agn er FOURTH R OW: 'I'll BA:\'"D ' jV C. S. R. M, R Bur ns, C . I serma n , ' O rtiz , P. Roh rbach FIF TH R OW : R. Glazer , r ' A. H emta, .'.,.. F,' n lal'son " P Stu rges ' B. Lan g, J. Burk e SI XTH R O B : . , T . V a it, C . W yckoff, F. Ciafon e, R. ~hll c r, M. K norr, C . Beck, J. Blusonis.
t       T he outstanding H untington H igh School ban d , under the direction of M r. Rufus K ern, superbly en tert ained ...
t • T he outstanding H untington H igh School ban d , under the direction of M r. Rufus K ern, superbly en tert ained us again ear. I n the fall. as a ma rchi ng ba nd. this Y they ' p layed at all home football games in ha lf-time shows. D isplaying their versatilitv, thcv also performed this yea r as a conce rt band , playing in the annu a l Chr istmas an d Spring conce rts. \\'ithout the ban d . ou r foot ball ga mes. concerts, and wceklv assemblies wou ld be m uch less enjoyable. ' So keep it lip band mem bersH.H.S. apprecia tes your efforts! 110 clarinet s lead th e big parade I. ,\ \ 1 Th e Band's Pep and Spirit , I ,. .:,. . \ : .r Jt All acti.... it y comes to a halt as th e ba nd p la ys ou r nationa l an them. Irifiltrate Our Lives BAXD : FI RS T R OW, ~. J o nes, J. P ritzlaff, S . Alber t , J . H oward , T . S teph enson SE CON D RO W : L. Mohlenjoff, ),1. K u eb ler, F. Di Gi a como , N. R a ymon T H I RD R OW : C . R om a nasky, D . H a rt el . J . Levcnb ron , V . Ande rson FO URTH ROW: C . D un ca n , G . C u cci, B. Patterson FIF TH R O W : J. Co rcora n , M . K oren , A. Ashl ey, S . Fel dma n , S . G ordo n , J . Au lett a , N. Shaf er S I X T H R OW : R. K istler, P. J o h nsen , M . M crksa mcr, J. And erson, D . Ga ry SE VENTH R OW: R. C ozzol ina , P. W einbe rg , R . Cooper, F . D ickerson , R. W a g_ ne r, L. Shoem ak er. B. O 'Don ahu e, S. G a le . FI RS T R OW , G . Berger, ;\1. Bow ma n , M . La ng , C hamp~ey, R. Sch wartz S ECO ,\ 'D R OW : 11. W ins low , Bu bb ers, 'n I . ' Ia r tin , P . Dai dola , B. Kau fma n TH I RD R OW: ' 'JVI 'I llcr. T . ... I er, D . D r ans field , R , V agn er FOURTH R OW: 'I'll BA:\'"D ' jV C. S. R. M, R Bur ns, C . I serma n , ' O rtiz , P. Roh rbach FIF TH R OW : R. Glazer , r ' A. H emta, .'.,.. F,' n lal'son " P Stu rges ' B. Lan g, J. Burk e SI XTH R O B : . , T . V a it, C . W yckoff, F. Ciafon e, R. ~hll c r, M. K norr, C . Beck, J. Blusonis.
t       T he outstanding H untington H igh School ban d , under the direction of M r. Rufus K ern, superbly en tert ained ...
K K ro ft L Becker, V . Seydel. G . R od gers THIR~ RO ll": L. Bru sseau. . ' ' Ashlev L . Baur. C" Bradt . G . .Sevd cl. ~ 1. Lan g. J • .. ~ 1. D~iiatl\ore , ]. ghophcrd . H . " n gh t. . FIRST ROll" , :-i. Jensen, ~l. , C HOR A L ART S E:"\ SE).~~lll·i~l· K Kurshau. K . Schu lt z; ~ L Lave lle II . Bran dt.),,1. 'L ." W M uldrow. ),1. Kl clll . . . . C,lm' IT0 ' S /'-CO ,\, D RO il': j . ..... ca tes. • • O RC HEST RA : FIRST R OW, x. Ri tzert , C . Liva , P. Mi tchell, V . Bentley, V . K u cvn , R . W eisb u rd , ] . Kru m holz, L. Ba tes, J. Calmon, C . Sava ge SECOND RO W : G . ~fj ll cr , F. Seym our, ~1. Howard , B. Knorr, R. Schwarz , ~ L Lang, x. j ones, J. Howa rd, T . Ste ph enso n , P. C h ristie , P. Fi nn . A . Sey mo u r. J. . to sona ! O nce agai n H untington's chora l groupS h ave H a ts ofT to :VI r. Coller, and " . f I' As alwavs . thev have added . . . . t a va ric tv 0 a uc Icncc s. . b rou zht th e pleasures f m u sic o : • ' . I . . I di "I)1an~d their talents 111 th e " II · . IT ra l11S but thev rave a so - . . I . . '\ glal ll ou r to our asscmoiy PI0:=o' I ". "Y55:1 .1". Fl'Sl".a I. m P .T ..-.. I11cct1l1lTS. at tn e . ' . ' e Distri ct - wid e m USIC week. 111 t ic • .' I :\ ~ . Yor k ,,'orId's Fair. " · c ra ise f . I , Blind a nd C\Tn a t t ic . C \\ Burrwoo~ H om e 011 t 'I~ .1 0 s~ lTl'nc rouslv ra ised their voices in song ! our h at s 111 salute to t lO SC \ \ '1 :=0 • ° Bla ck T H IRD ~L K uebler . B. O'Donahuc, G. Olso n, ~1. Vcckm an , A. F inla yson , A . H ein z, R . ~ fil1cr , J. Burk e , V . Hube r, ~ lr . Coller. R O W : R. Cozznlinc, Musical Groups Rise to a High Crescendo '. .1" . ' I~al ..,~'( ") f:~ i, :~j'~' ~LI'~I' .:' · . ,. . Lcs Brown and his ba nd of renown? No, but that grea t sou nd by :VIr. Bak er and th e Blue Devil D ance Band is almost as catchy. Practice eve ry M onday night and en joyment of th e m usic they play have given the members of the Dan ce Band a sound to be proud of. Dan ce, anyone ? Is th at m usic com ing from th e N ew York Ph ilha rmonic? C ertainl y no t ! It's co mi ng from Hunt. ingt on H igh's own o rches tra. Exaggerated as that co n jecture m ay be, thi s yea r's o rches tra is defini tely one of the best in O U f school's history. T his yea r the orchestra, un der the d irection of M r. Coller, performed for the T han ksg iving Assembly and participat ed in the Ch rist m as and Spring Concerts. I n add iti on , the grou p co m pe ted for a ratin g at N .Y .S .S .N1.A . in th e spring. Thus H .H .S . has its own " Philha rmonic," thanks to the efforts of M r. C oller and hi s tal ented musicians. ' i .',.,..,.l' l,. "K'I~II .. '~ , . . . _...I '~ ~ ~"f .".... ' , :-, ' DA:-iC E BA:-iD , FIRST R OW , M. Smith, J . Howard, P. field , P. Giblin, R . ma n, G . Ol son , J. ~ l ;ll e r , Bod ine. B. Baker T HIRD RO W : S. Veck. " , _ • ' ,. . , . i ' :&. ~ . . ' ' ' " , ', , ,, \ " . 'It'~.' 'I' . tI t!!" . .I 'I Ii.,'.,I 1\' I';' '\"'", .\.': ,-1 ' I •. , .' I '.!-'., . , • • I ' . '. I , , j acobs, S. C ro use , M . Il les, B. Hamilto n , ~1 r. Colle r . T H IRD ROW : L . Schr clder, F. Sc hatz G Seydel, H . ~~ug.h ton , S. ~Iore;, Evans , C . u nn , G . R od ger s S C haffee R . Caldwell, L . Brow n. FO URTH ROW: M. Lan g. ]. Ben ed ict C K ocrnie II . C ra n na D Hi k , . ::" son L ' B . k IC ey , L. H ayes, K . R obin 'S · ec cr, A. M orr is C C o ut ure , A . eymou - C Wh ,. '11 FiFTH rarton , A . r..h cr. G . Roiv . . Shepherd S · C Hi ppo, J . Elliott , J. B'I R OI1'. xr. \1 ~., '. .' "..',_'' '..i'. ~ . 11'1 ;;>C·{~ ~~. t. . ' 1 ,./. . ~ ': ~' .. , , 1 1 C HO IR : FIRST Bowman H . Bran dt • '"\ \ . Beck . \[ . J ackson. ~ 1. . . K uebler.' G . H ohcnra th . K . K ro ft . J. M avcr. ." . Fr a nkel SECOSD R OW : S. For sythe . L. Sween cy. J. ~I oorc .• L. C ra ft . D . Piscop o . J. J.an1b son: R . )'1cG ui re.::"\. Sanders.. THI RD RO il . I. Sohl Rasb u'g . P· Byrne,V ,., ' flght . S. Pairker. .-\.CI k . . h G ar. kin. C . Simon , M . Kle in, E. As ey, : FO UUTH ROIJ' : P. M it chell . ),,1. \ '.eh r. xr. D . L ave IIe. C. ola n J. Keat es, B P.dt \, eb b. P. · FJFTH T ownshend . L. Bradl: C . , ra . d w F R OIV : x. j ensen , C. Pierce. w. ~[u l ro . ' L ' . F ra Zler, D . Lav'crtu , L. Ba ur , L . Ashley, . R aede r, H . W righ t. ,,~. ;V;"~ ..II .f: · -i --:,l: ' ;J h Ya A APPELL CHO IR : FiRST RO W, e .CBrusseau , ..\11. Doltamorc. RAther · . . 'ffo K ton, ' V. Bru sseau M . Ch le · , L ' ~urshan , L . Grc'y . R . Ru d 10 , , ~ B,fulco, R. Berman. SF.COND R O I ~ N. j on es, R . Besrnan , D . Go rd on , . Savage, A. J org enson , O . Gordon , ~' J ohnson. :\1. K eubler, S. Albert , ~L Mcrksamcr, N . J ones SECOND R OW : R . BJorn, R . Cozzolina , T. ~'I i ller, D . Drans- " . 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K K ro ft L Becker, V . Seydel. G . R od gers THIR~ RO ll": L. Bru sseau. . ' ' Ashlev L . Baur. C" Bradt . G . .Sevd cl. ~ 1. Lan g. J • .. ~ 1. D~iiatl\ore , ]. ghophcrd . H . " n gh t. . FIRST ROll" , :-i. Jensen, ~l. , C HOR A L ART S E:"\ SE).~~lll·i~l· K Kurshau. K . Schu lt z; ~ L Lave lle II . Bran dt.),,1. 'L ." W M uldrow. ),1. Kl clll . . . . C,lm' IT0 ' S /'-CO ,\, D RO il': j . ..... ca tes. • • O RC HEST RA : FIRST R OW, x. Ri tzert , C . Liva , P. Mi tchell, V . Bentley, V . K u cvn , R . W eisb u rd , ] . Kru m holz, L. Ba tes, J. Calmon, C . Sava ge SECOND RO W : G . ~fj ll cr , F. Seym our, ~1. Howard , B. Knorr, R. Schwarz , ~ L Lang, x. j ones, J. Howa rd, T . Ste ph enso n , P. C h ristie , P. Fi nn . A . Sey mo u r. J. . to sona ! O nce agai n H untington's chora l groupS h ave H a ts ofT to :VI r. Coller, and " . f I' As alwavs . thev have added . . . . t a va ric tv 0 a uc Icncc s. . b rou zht th e pleasures f m u sic o : • ' . I . . I di "I)1an~d their talents 111 th e " II · . IT ra l11S but thev rave a so - . . I . . '\ glal ll ou r to our asscmoiy PI0:=o' I ". "Y55:1 .1". Fl'Sl".a I. m P .T ..-.. I11cct1l1lTS. at tn e . ' . ' e Distri ct - wid e m USIC week. 111 t ic • .' I :\ ~ . Yor k ,,'orId's Fair. " · c ra ise f . I , Blind a nd C\Tn a t t ic . C \\ Burrwoo~ H om e 011 t 'I~ .1 0 s~ lTl'nc rouslv ra ised their voices in song ! our h at s 111 salute to t lO SC \ \ '1 :=0 • ° Bla ck T H IRD ~L K uebler . B. O'Donahuc, G. Olso n, ~1. Vcckm an , A. F inla yson , A . H ein z, R . ~ fil1cr , J. Burk e , V . Hube r, ~ lr . Coller. R O W : R. Cozznlinc, Musical Groups Rise to a High Crescendo '. .1" . ' I~al ..,~'( ") f:~ i, :~j'~' ~LI'~I' .:' · . ,. . Lcs Brown and his ba nd of renown? No, but that grea t sou nd by :VIr. Bak er and th e Blue Devil D ance Band is almost as catchy. Practice eve ry M onday night and en joyment of th e m usic they play have given the members of the Dan ce Band a sound to be proud of. Dan ce, anyone ? Is th at m usic com ing from th e N ew York Ph ilha rmonic? C ertainl y no t ! It's co mi ng from Hunt. ingt on H igh's own o rches tra. Exaggerated as that co n jecture m ay be, thi s yea r's o rches tra is defini tely one of the best in O U f school's history. T his yea r the orchestra, un der the d irection of M r. Coller, performed for the T han ksg iving Assembly and participat ed in the Ch rist m as and Spring Concerts. I n add iti on , the grou p co m pe ted for a ratin g at N .Y .S .S .N1.A . in th e spring. Thus H .H .S . has its own " Philha rmonic," thanks to the efforts of M r. C oller and hi s tal ented musicians. ' i .',.,..,.l' l,. "K'I~II .. '~ , . . . _...I '~ ~ ~"f .".... ' , :-, ' DA:-iC E BA:-iD , FIRST R OW , M. Smith, J . Howard, P. field , P. Giblin, R . ma n, G . Ol son , J. ~ l ;ll e r , Bod ine. B. Baker T HIRD RO W : S. Veck. " , _ • ' ,. . , . i ' :&. ~ . . ' ' ' " , ', , ,, \ " . 'It'~.' 'I' . tI t!!" . .I 'I Ii.,'.,I 1\' I';' '\"'", .\.': ,-1 ' I •. , .' I '.!-'., . , • • I ' . '. I , , j acobs, S. C ro use , M . Il les, B. Hamilto n , ~1 r. Colle r . T H IRD ROW : L . Schr clder, F. Sc hatz G Seydel, H . ~~ug.h ton , S. ~Iore;, Evans , C . u nn , G . R od ger s S C haffee R . Caldwell, L . Brow n. FO URTH ROW: M. Lan g. ]. Ben ed ict C K ocrnie II . C ra n na D Hi k , . ::" son L ' B . k IC ey , L. H ayes, K . R obin 'S · ec cr, A. M orr is C C o ut ure , A . eymou - C Wh ,. '11 FiFTH rarton , A . r..h cr. G . Roiv . . Shepherd S · C Hi ppo, J . Elliott , J. B'I R OI1'. xr. \1 ~., '. .' "..',_'' '..i'. ~ . 11'1 ;;>C·{~ ~~. t. . ' 1 ,./. . ~ ': ~' .. , , 1 1 C HO IR : FIRST Bowman H . Bran dt • '"\ \ . Beck . \[ . J ackson. ~ 1. . . K uebler.' G . H ohcnra th . K . K ro ft . J. M avcr. ." . Fr a nkel SECOSD R OW : S. For sythe . L. Sween cy. J. ~I oorc .• L. C ra ft . D . Piscop o . J. J.an1b son: R . )'1cG ui re.::"\. Sanders.. THI RD RO il . I. Sohl Rasb u'g . P· Byrne,V ,., ' flght . S. Pairker. .-\.CI k . . h G ar. kin. C . Simon , M . Kle in, E. As ey, : FO UUTH ROIJ' : P. M it chell . ),,1. \ '.eh r. xr. D . L ave IIe. C. ola n J. Keat es, B P.dt \, eb b. P. · FJFTH T ownshend . L. Bradl: C . , ra . d w F R OIV : x. j ensen , C. Pierce. w. ~[u l ro . ' L ' . F ra Zler, D . Lav'crtu , L. Ba ur , L . Ashley, . R aede r, H . W righ t. ,,~. ;V;"~ ..II .f: · -i --:,l: ' ;J h Ya A APPELL CHO IR : FiRST RO W, e .CBrusseau , ..\11. Doltamorc. RAther · . . 'ffo K ton, ' V. Bru sseau M . Ch le · , L ' ~urshan , L . Grc'y . R . Ru d 10 , , ~ B,fulco, R. Berman. SF.COND R O I ~ N. j on es, R . Besrnan , D . Go rd on , . Savage, A. J org enson , O . Gordon , ~' J ohnson. :\1. K eubler, S. Albert , ~L Mcrksamcr, N . J ones SECOND R OW : R . BJorn, R . Cozzolina , T. ~'I i ller, D . Drans- " . 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I Empty hall s await the flow of traffic a nd the day's quota of la ughter and chatter. 'Vc lea rned to brave th e rigors of the wea th er wit h a sm ile, as demonstrated by Mr. IVlcGi llicuddy. The Building Plays Its Roll zn Our Learning Lear ning to cope with the ups and dow ns of H .H .S. tra ffi c is an a ccomplishment in itself. J. Schaeffer lea rns th e intricacies of Book-Balan cin g and Locker M anagement 1. Mrs. Arella aids th e Guida nce Departmen t helpi ng stude nts to help themselves. In J. Sch utte expedites th e flow of vital com munica tions. H ungry D evils ex pedite the flow of - non-vital communications. Learning goes home in th e a fte rnoo n- to be cont inued . 67 W . Pettit, J. Gorczyk, an d B. H eskin exc hange some " inform a l learni ng" .
I  Empty hall s await the flow of traffic a nd the day s quota of la ughter and chatter.   Vc lea rned to brave th e rigor...
I Empty hall s await the flow of traffic a nd the day's quota of la ughter and chatter. 'Vc lea rned to brave th e rigors of the wea th er wit h a sm ile, as demonstrated by Mr. IVlcGi llicuddy. The Building Plays Its Roll zn Our Learning Lear ning to cope with the ups and dow ns of H .H .S. tra ffi c is an a ccomplishment in itself. J. Schaeffer lea rns th e intricacies of Book-Balan cin g and Locker M anagement 1. Mrs. Arella aids th e Guida nce Departmen t helpi ng stude nts to help themselves. In J. Sch utte expedites th e flow of vital com munica tions. H ungry D evils ex pedite the flow of - non-vital communications. Learning goes home in th e a fte rnoo n- to be cont inued . 67 W . Pettit, J. Gorczyk, an d B. H eskin exc hange some " inform a l learni ng" .
I  Empty hall s await the flow of traffic a nd the day s quota of la ughter and chatter.   Vc lea rned to brave th e rigor...
E ven at a dance then- is a timc [o r just rcsting and enjoying thc company - as demon strat ed by C. Dudeck, E. Tilde n, K . Mollica , and ]. Gorczyk. J. Probeck pursues a date in true Sadi e H awkins fashion. L earning Can B e Fun) Too At the Christmas Prom, Santa Joe Di gili o was in c han:~c of th e Q ueen 's Court-left to right, M . :vlcl\'ally, C . Miller, Queen L. N igro, S. Tilden , and K. T erry . II T he V alentine D ance calls forth animated reaction to a hcart- swiogin' beat. Two brave L' il Abncrs protect two shy Daisy Maes from the photographer at the Sadie H awkins Dance. Couples with and without shoes find fun at C up id's Cape r. 68
E ven at a dance then- is a timc  o r just rcsting and enjoying thc company - as demon strat ed by C. Dudeck, E. Tilde n, ...
E ven at a dance then- is a timc [o r just rcsting and enjoying thc company - as demon strat ed by C. Dudeck, E. Tilde n, K . Mollica , and ]. Gorczyk. J. Probeck pursues a date in true Sadi e H awkins fashion. L earning Can B e Fun) Too At the Christmas Prom, Santa Joe Di gili o was in c han:~c of th e Q ueen 's Court-left to right, M . :vlcl\'ally, C . Miller, Queen L. N igro, S. Tilden , and K. T erry . II T he V alentine D ance calls forth animated reaction to a hcart- swiogin' beat. Two brave L' il Abncrs protect two shy Daisy Maes from the photographer at the Sadie H awkins Dance. Couples with and without shoes find fun at C up id's Cape r. 68
E ven at a dance then- is a timc  o r just rcsting and enjoying thc company - as demon strat ed by C. Dudeck, E. Tilde n, ...
Dri ver Education puts the cla ssroom on wheels ; M r. Lange keeps it sa fe. Honor Study Hall allows concentration wit hou t super- vision for D. D emp sey a nd A. Falco. M r. McCarthy stretches sinew to new degre es of suppleness. M . Langer reflects up on an experiment tion . r In Mak ing up a missed exam finds P. Ardolino exiled to the outer ha llways. rcflec- The Bank of Learning Has M any Branch Offices J. Bened ict and J. J ohnson. take adva ntage of a sunny corner to put finishing touches on their assign me nts. M . Hackett and K. Bessell learn the a rt of steno graphic efficiency. D. Brcd cs, M . Co llins, a nd T . Led erer learn the journalists' art in the Devil's M irror office. Backed hy a wealth of librarv resources, interest. J. Howe pursues his literary 70 r~,' . d themselves in ti ll' sea rch for knowledge , Apprentice m ech ani cs exten
Dri ver Education puts the cla ssroom on wheels   M r. Lange keeps it sa fe.  Honor Study Hall allows concentration wit ho...
Dri ver Education puts the cla ssroom on wheels ; M r. Lange keeps it sa fe. Honor Study Hall allows concentration wit hou t super- vision for D. D emp sey a nd A. Falco. M r. McCarthy stretches sinew to new degre es of suppleness. M . Langer reflects up on an experiment tion . r In Mak ing up a missed exam finds P. Ardolino exiled to the outer ha llways. rcflec- The Bank of Learning Has M any Branch Offices J. Bened ict and J. J ohnson. take adva ntage of a sunny corner to put finishing touches on their assign me nts. M . Hackett and K. Bessell learn the a rt of steno graphic efficiency. D. Brcd cs, M . Co llins, a nd T . Led erer learn the journalists' art in the Devil's M irror office. Backed hy a wealth of librarv resources, interest. J. Howe pursues his literary 70 r~,' . d themselves in ti ll' sea rch for knowledge , Apprentice m ech ani cs exten
Dri ver Education puts the cla ssroom on wheels   M r. Lange keeps it sa fe.  Honor Study Hall allows concentration wit ho...
I M r. M ouzon wa its for that rounded Spa nish "a" from K . Ki mball. Parents learn from a studen t's demonstration on Parent s' Xight . Learning to commun ica te m igh t mean the d ifferen ce be tween wal king ho me a nd rid ing home for M . Seld in. There are many sides to learning M r. Cu shma n stops in for his regular trim. "T his " ·as the " ·eek Tha t " ·as' · A. H yatt learns tha t a thermome ter is v ital in treati ng even a skinned knee. Learn ing to say "no" to th at second help ing C ranna. J. M alerba, a nd E. Roger s. IS T he ·64 -·65 fash ion s had some practical disadvantages. the challenge facin g E. K otl er , H . M r. K ubisa shows us that learning to relax is imp ortan t, too . 1\ , " ... :\.'11'. Hoffman and c lass bene fit from Mr. Kap ur's comme nts OIl his na tive I ndiia .
I M r. M ouzon wa its for that rounded Spa nish  a  from K . Ki mball.  Parents learn from a studen t s demonstration on P...
I M r. M ouzon wa its for that rounded Spa nish "a" from K . Ki mball. Parents learn from a studen t's demonstration on Parent s' Xight . Learning to commun ica te m igh t mean the d ifferen ce be tween wal king ho me a nd rid ing home for M . Seld in. There are many sides to learning M r. Cu shma n stops in for his regular trim. "T his " ·as the " ·eek Tha t " ·as' · A. H yatt learns tha t a thermome ter is v ital in treati ng even a skinned knee. Learn ing to say "no" to th at second help ing C ranna. J. M alerba, a nd E. Roger s. IS T he ·64 -·65 fash ion s had some practical disadvantages. the challenge facin g E. K otl er , H . M r. K ubisa shows us that learning to relax is imp ortan t, too . 1\ , " ... :\.'11'. Hoffman and c lass bene fit from Mr. Kap ur's comme nts OIl his na tive I ndiia .
I M r. M ouzon wa its for that rounded Spa nish  a  from K . Ki mball.  Parents learn from a studen t s demonstration on P...
~ - ', --!; ; ..--~ -. Mr. Lucey mo ves to make a loser out of a W INS " W IN N ER" . The talen t show presented a new realm of capabi lities as we found M r. Lou gh lin, I\1r. Mouzon, Dr . Connelly and Mr. Cushman playing "Bca tles". Summer swimming provid ed the muscle tone for football-it says here. Learning Is Amusing Two W INS player s show th e st ra in a fter the game . The Di strict 3 cha m ps answer pre-game introductions. HHS faculty me mb ers p rovide sp irited, if not polished , ch eerleading. HW-ITI;\IGTON FACULTY 1010. WINS WINNERS M ON D AY , J ANU ARY II, 19~5 HU NTI NGTON lIIG The WINS team pr epares for action. T his lad was found wanderi ng in the hall two weeks after the Sophomore Play Fest iva l. Anybody know him ? M any stra nge and secret thi mgs come to ligh t when one opens a locker at HHS. 75 ....
   -   ,  --     ..--   -. Mr. Lucey mo ves to make a loser out of a W INS   W IN N ER  . The talen t show presented a new...
~ - ', --!; ; ..--~ -. Mr. Lucey mo ves to make a loser out of a W INS " W IN N ER" . The talen t show presented a new realm of capabi lities as we found M r. Lou gh lin, I\1r. Mouzon, Dr . Connelly and Mr. Cushman playing "Bca tles". Summer swimming provid ed the muscle tone for football-it says here. Learning Is Amusing Two W INS player s show th e st ra in a fter the game . The Di strict 3 cha m ps answer pre-game introductions. HHS faculty me mb ers p rovide sp irited, if not polished , ch eerleading. HW-ITI;\IGTON FACULTY 1010. WINS WINNERS M ON D AY , J ANU ARY II, 19~5 HU NTI NGTON lIIG The WINS team pr epares for action. T his lad was found wanderi ng in the hall two weeks after the Sophomore Play Fest iva l. Anybody know him ? M any stra nge and secret thi mgs come to ligh t when one opens a locker at HHS. 75 ....
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Dclmon i String Quartet cond ucts studen ts th rough the in tricac ies of chamber m usic. New horizons in the arts were opened to H un tington Hi gh Sch ool this yea r throu gh a series of programs that came to us direct from Lincoln Center. the hom e of the a rts in :'\e\\' Yor k C itv. I n a tru lv memora ble series of ass~mblies for the whole stude nt body, we were privileged to hear the mu sic of M r. Rober t P reston. pianist ; enjoy the virt uosity of th e Dclrn on i String Quartet ; listen to th e melodies of the :\Ietropolitan Opera Stud io company ; and see the a r tistry of the j uilli ard Dan ce Comp an y. Our own faculty can'icd ou t an extensive orient a tion prog ra m p reced ing eac h perfor mance, de signe d to ma ke students aware of th e con tent an d th e talents involved in eac h type of presenta tion . T his faculty effort was headed up by IV M a ra ntz, M r. K ern. M iss Wyeth , M r. Lin k. " I I'. Garbriek. and !r. othe rs, A stude n t com mittee helped pla n the orien ta tion sessions that so g rea tly enhanced our app reciation of th e pre sen tations. O ne of the th ings that mad e these assembli es so successfu l was the enthusiasti c stude n t response. During the orien ta tion progra ms we wer e told that we didn't hav e to en joy these ven tu res into the realm of Art- but most of us found that we did enjo y th em . \ \·c foun d that seeing new horizons is a part of lea rning. C ostume and so ng blen d to crea te the spec tacle of opera. J uilliard dancer s interp ret va ria tions of a ca rniva l the me from Paganin i. The A rts Enter the Field High School Learning Dancers strike sta tuesque poses in their interpretations. of Charact eri zat ions bri ng life an d animation to th e opera stag e. .' .. ~ ~ ,t~ • ~' ;~ ~ I. . , .i , ' 1-0 . • I ;>( " , ~. " / ' : : : .'i. " : ~: The Fi rst of a series of Lincoln Center C on certs at H untington H igh fea tured pianist Robe rt Preston . . 76 :' .
Dclmon i String Quartet cond ucts studen ts th rough the in tricac ies of chamber m usic.  New horizons in the arts were o...
Dclmon i String Quartet cond ucts studen ts th rough the in tricac ies of chamber m usic. New horizons in the arts were opened to H un tington Hi gh Sch ool this yea r throu gh a series of programs that came to us direct from Lincoln Center. the hom e of the a rts in :'\e\\' Yor k C itv. I n a tru lv memora ble series of ass~mblies for the whole stude nt body, we were privileged to hear the mu sic of M r. Rober t P reston. pianist ; enjoy the virt uosity of th e Dclrn on i String Quartet ; listen to th e melodies of the :\Ietropolitan Opera Stud io company ; and see the a r tistry of the j uilli ard Dan ce Comp an y. Our own faculty can'icd ou t an extensive orient a tion prog ra m p reced ing eac h perfor mance, de signe d to ma ke students aware of th e con tent an d th e talents involved in eac h type of presenta tion . T his faculty effort was headed up by IV M a ra ntz, M r. K ern. M iss Wyeth , M r. Lin k. " I I'. Garbriek. and !r. othe rs, A stude n t com mittee helped pla n the orien ta tion sessions that so g rea tly enhanced our app reciation of th e pre sen tations. O ne of the th ings that mad e these assembli es so successfu l was the enthusiasti c stude n t response. During the orien ta tion progra ms we wer e told that we didn't hav e to en joy these ven tu res into the realm of Art- but most of us found that we did enjo y th em . \ \·c foun d that seeing new horizons is a part of lea rning. C ostume and so ng blen d to crea te the spec tacle of opera. J uilliard dancer s interp ret va ria tions of a ca rniva l the me from Paganin i. The A rts Enter the Field High School Learning Dancers strike sta tuesque poses in their interpretations. of Charact eri zat ions bri ng life an d animation to th e opera stag e. .' .. ~ ~ ,t~ • ~' ;~ ~ I. . , .i , ' 1-0 . • I ;>( " , ~. " / ' : : : .'i. " : ~: The Fi rst of a series of Lincoln Center C on certs at H untington H igh fea tured pianist Robe rt Preston . . 76 :' .
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H un tin g ton 's Blue D evil s rea lly "brou ght home th e ba con ," th is yea r. wh e n their football team won th e lca uuc cha mpionship with an imp ressive 7-0 leag ue record . T he Devils sta rte d th eir season with a non -leagu e loss to Cen t ra l I slip. This loss co uld \'Cry well have been the sp a rk th at kindled th e trem endou s sp ir it, pe rseve ran ce. and drive toward success th a t th e team dem onstrat ed th rough out the rest of the season. Qua rt erback Danny M a r- tin never failed to lead thi s year's ,"cry talented , hard -wor king, a nd powerpac ked team to victory. Xi ght ga mes \ \ ' (, 1"<: int rodu ced to th e tea m for th e first tim e and a rc expec ted to become sta nd ard p roced ure for u pcomi ng seasons. Highlighting the ac tion -packed roste r was th e \Valt \\'h it ma n ga me. since last yea r we lost this game to ou r ar c h- rival for th e first time in th irtyseven years. O nce aga in, howeve r, we a rc back on th e right tra ck a nd a rc hopin g that thi s winning trend will la st a t least Six tv-Fiir yea rs. VARSl n FOOTBALL HUNTINGTON OPPONENT 13 'Central Islip 32 46 West Islip 6 28 POrt Jefferson 0 20 27 Li nd enhurst North Bab ylon 7 0 27 26 Walt Whitman Northport 0 20 33 Brentv...ood *N on-league 6 :VIr. Lucey and D anny M a r tin set st rategy for the next play . Sports Kick Off with an Undefeated Football Season VARSITY FOOTBALL: FI RST RO W , P. Feld, J. Mckay, K. Otstot, Croni n, C. N aczi T H IR D R OW : M r. Lucey, B. Zwart, G. Ha rtman , T. H olla nd , J. Go rczv k, C . Confort i, B. H eskin , R. Pett it , D . BJom , B. Ames, B. Sykes, J. Beaver, S. C lark, M r. M essbaue-, j. Toscano , S. Lo rt ie, T. Fusaro , J . Howe, J. Duffy, J. Good son , R. M axwell, ( ;. Lay 5il~'COND fl OB' : A. Foster , J. K ierstcd , P. H ackney, D . Martin . II. Vand er Schuyt , T . Fort e, G. Mi n~in , B. Allesio, G . 80
H un tin g ton  s Blue D evil s rea lly  brou ght home th e ba con ,  th is yea r. wh e n  their football team won th e lc...
H un tin g ton 's Blue D evil s rea lly "brou ght home th e ba con ," th is yea r. wh e n their football team won th e lca uuc cha mpionship with an imp ressive 7-0 leag ue record . T he Devils sta rte d th eir season with a non -leagu e loss to Cen t ra l I slip. This loss co uld \'Cry well have been the sp a rk th at kindled th e trem endou s sp ir it, pe rseve ran ce. and drive toward success th a t th e team dem onstrat ed th rough out the rest of the season. Qua rt erback Danny M a r- tin never failed to lead thi s year's ,"cry talented , hard -wor king, a nd powerpac ked team to victory. Xi ght ga mes \ \ ' (, 1"<: int rodu ced to th e tea m for th e first tim e and a rc expec ted to become sta nd ard p roced ure for u pcomi ng seasons. Highlighting the ac tion -packed roste r was th e \Valt \\'h it ma n ga me. since last yea r we lost this game to ou r ar c h- rival for th e first time in th irtyseven years. O nce aga in, howeve r, we a rc back on th e right tra ck a nd a rc hopin g that thi s winning trend will la st a t least Six tv-Fiir yea rs. VARSl n FOOTBALL HUNTINGTON OPPONENT 13 'Central Islip 32 46 West Islip 6 28 POrt Jefferson 0 20 27 Li nd enhurst North Bab ylon 7 0 27 26 Walt Whitman Northport 0 20 33 Brentv...ood *N on-league 6 :VIr. Lucey and D anny M a r tin set st rategy for the next play . Sports Kick Off with an Undefeated Football Season VARSITY FOOTBALL: FI RST RO W , P. Feld, J. Mckay, K. Otstot, Croni n, C. N aczi T H IR D R OW : M r. Lucey, B. Zwart, G. Ha rtman , T. H olla nd , J. Go rczv k, C . Confort i, B. H eskin , R. Pett it , D . BJom , B. Ames, B. Sykes, J. Beaver, S. C lark, M r. M essbaue-, j. Toscano , S. Lo rt ie, T. Fusaro , J . Howe, J. Duffy, J. Good son , R. M axwell, ( ;. Lay 5il~'COND fl OB' : A. Foster , J. K ierstcd , P. H ackney, D . Martin . II. Vand er Schuyt , T . Fort e, G. Mi n~in , B. Allesio, G . 80
H un tin g ton  s Blue D evil s rea lly  brou ght home th e ba con ,  th is yea r. wh e n  their football team won th e lc...
J .V . FO OTBAL L SCO RE BOAR D H un tingt on 6 6 6 21 H o 20 28 O pp oncnt Centra l Islip ' Vest Islip Port JefT erson North Babylon Walt Wh itma n Li nden hurst Nor thp ort Brent wood o 7 7 7 28 o 7 Gary Lay mo ves o u t after a not h er Devil int er ce p ti on . o D a n Ma rtin outstcp s ta ckler a nd cuts around en d . Who is she ? •• Football Promotes Spirit and Enthusiasm JV. FOOT BALL : FIRST R OW, S. Bilsey, B. Nelson, J. Bo1zalarri, P. Pavelka, S. Sak s, G . Stedman, R . San siver o, R . Armb ruster, G. Mi ngin, J. DeM a rco, B. H olmbur g, J, Cou lson , B. M a ys. SEC· aND R OW, J. Pettit W. Turyn, G. Zuk , J. Flood, A. Sa ppol, J. T ullus, C. K iersted, J. Blusonas, J. Bohl en , ~1. Turner, R . Au riern- rna , J. H ines, D. Davi s, J. K csscls, S. Cona way. TH IRD R O W , Mr. M isut , G . Giorda no, R . DeMartino, D. Gogel, B. Ohanesia n, R . Sa ntori cllo, T . H olla nd , S. T enuta, L. Nati e l1o, P. W illis, J. i\Iat~ tarazzo, B. Sarrow, F. H url but, J. Ba rnes, K. Ames, M . Seglia . Bill H eskin pu lls one down In full nigh t. Gary Lay and J eff H owe pu t the power to an oppon en t. 83 82
J .V . FO OTBAL L SCO RE BOAR D H un tingt on  6 6 6  21 H  o 20 28  O pp oncnt Centra l Islip   Vest Islip Port JefT erso...
J .V . FO OTBAL L SCO RE BOAR D H un tingt on 6 6 6 21 H o 20 28 O pp oncnt Centra l Islip ' Vest Islip Port JefT erson North Babylon Walt Wh itma n Li nden hurst Nor thp ort Brent wood o 7 7 7 28 o 7 Gary Lay mo ves o u t after a not h er Devil int er ce p ti on . o D a n Ma rtin outstcp s ta ckler a nd cuts around en d . Who is she ? •• Football Promotes Spirit and Enthusiasm JV. FOOT BALL : FIRST R OW, S. Bilsey, B. Nelson, J. Bo1zalarri, P. Pavelka, S. Sak s, G . Stedman, R . San siver o, R . Armb ruster, G. Mi ngin, J. DeM a rco, B. H olmbur g, J, Cou lson , B. M a ys. SEC· aND R OW, J. Pettit W. Turyn, G. Zuk , J. Flood, A. Sa ppol, J. T ullus, C. K iersted, J. Blusonas, J. Bohl en , ~1. Turner, R . Au riern- rna , J. H ines, D. Davi s, J. K csscls, S. Cona way. TH IRD R O W , Mr. M isut , G . Giorda no, R . DeMartino, D. Gogel, B. Ohanesia n, R . Sa ntori cllo, T . H olla nd , S. T enuta, L. Nati e l1o, P. W illis, J. i\Iat~ tarazzo, B. Sarrow, F. H url but, J. Ba rnes, K. Ames, M . Seglia . Bill H eskin pu lls one down In full nigh t. Gary Lay and J eff H owe pu t the power to an oppon en t. 83 82
J .V . FO OTBAL L SCO RE BOAR D H un tingt on  6 6 6  21 H  o 20 28  O pp oncnt Centra l Islip   Vest Islip Port JefT erso...
Soccer T eam Captures County Co- Championship VA RS ITY SOCCER: FIRS T R OW, T . Lomba rdi , P. Granger, J. field . THI RD RO W . Mr . La nge, H . M a yo, G. Mi chelso n, B. Vagncr, ] . G roccia , }.L K norr, P. Cramblct, C. Robinson , P. Hu nt, R . Wilson , T . H yder. M ula d a , G . Ritch, J. Bodine, B. Schoepflin, S. Seel y, C. Wyckoff, K . Rodriguez. SECON D RO W, L. Berg, R. Labian , B. H ackney, ~ 1. Collins, P. Szu le, K . C lea ve r, S . Pom per , P. Stu rges, D . Drans- T im e out for a gam e o f foot sie . On ce again H untington's Soccer T eam upheld its outsta nding repu ta tion. Although they lost th eir openin g game to Cold Spri ng H a rbor, th e Devils rall ied so well tha t they cap ture d the League A I Championship . Fu rthermore, th e season did not end \....ith the winning of the League Championship. From there, these hard working socccrmen, und er the directi on of Coach Wad e La nge, reached the finals of the Co unty Playoffs by defea ting Ha rborfield s a nd Sachem . The the Devils tied Center M oriches 2-2 for the Cou nty C ha mpionsh ip, in an incred ible a nd grueling game, mak ing thi s year the second in a row in which these two powerful teams met a nd fough t to a deadlock for th e cha mpionship. I n the five yea rs th at soccer has been played a t H un tington, Mr. La nge has coached h is team s to four League titles and two Coun ty Co-Champions. Both M r. La nge and his m ighty team deserv e mu ch credit for uph oldin g this impressive record . Paul Granger boots D evils ou t of trouble. D oug D ransfield moves ou t to protec t H unting ton go al. - VARSITY SO CCER Hunti ngt on I 5 5 2 6 5 4 4 4 I 2 5 1 2 Oppon ent Cold Sprin g H arbor* 2 Brentw ood 1 w su Wh itman :3 N orthport 3 ' Vest Islip 0 N orth Babylon 2 Brentw ood 1 Northport 1 \\Talt Whitman 1 West Islip 0 N orth Babylon 2 County Playo ffs H arbo rficlds Sachem Cen ter Moriche s Pet er Szul c sta rts a D evi l d rive to the N ort hport goal. ! r 0 0 2 Coun ty Co-Ch ampions " No n-leag ue game 84 ""t ..1. 1 - • c
Soccer T eam Captures County Co- Championship  VA RS ITY SOCCER  FIRS T R OW, T . Lomba rdi , P. Granger, J.  field . THI ...
Soccer T eam Captures County Co- Championship VA RS ITY SOCCER: FIRS T R OW, T . Lomba rdi , P. Granger, J. field . THI RD RO W . Mr . La nge, H . M a yo, G. Mi chelso n, B. Vagncr, ] . G roccia , }.L K norr, P. Cramblct, C. Robinson , P. Hu nt, R . Wilson , T . H yder. M ula d a , G . Ritch, J. Bodine, B. Schoepflin, S. Seel y, C. Wyckoff, K . Rodriguez. SECON D RO W, L. Berg, R. Labian , B. H ackney, ~ 1. Collins, P. Szu le, K . C lea ve r, S . Pom per , P. Stu rges, D . Drans- T im e out for a gam e o f foot sie . On ce again H untington's Soccer T eam upheld its outsta nding repu ta tion. Although they lost th eir openin g game to Cold Spri ng H a rbor, th e Devils rall ied so well tha t they cap ture d the League A I Championship . Fu rthermore, th e season did not end \....ith the winning of the League Championship. From there, these hard working socccrmen, und er the directi on of Coach Wad e La nge, reached the finals of the Co unty Playoffs by defea ting Ha rborfield s a nd Sachem . The the Devils tied Center M oriches 2-2 for the Cou nty C ha mpionsh ip, in an incred ible a nd grueling game, mak ing thi s year the second in a row in which these two powerful teams met a nd fough t to a deadlock for th e cha mpionship. I n the five yea rs th at soccer has been played a t H un tington, Mr. La nge has coached h is team s to four League titles and two Coun ty Co-Champions. Both M r. La nge and his m ighty team deserv e mu ch credit for uph oldin g this impressive record . Paul Granger boots D evils ou t of trouble. D oug D ransfield moves ou t to protec t H unting ton go al. - VARSITY SO CCER Hunti ngt on I 5 5 2 6 5 4 4 4 I 2 5 1 2 Oppon ent Cold Sprin g H arbor* 2 Brentw ood 1 w su Wh itman :3 N orthport 3 ' Vest Islip 0 N orth Babylon 2 Brentw ood 1 Northport 1 \\Talt Whitman 1 West Islip 0 N orth Babylon 2 County Playo ffs H arbo rficlds Sachem Cen ter Moriche s Pet er Szul c sta rts a D evi l d rive to the N ort hport goal. ! r 0 0 2 Coun ty Co-Ch ampions " No n-leag ue game 84 ""t ..1. 1 - • c
Soccer T eam Captures County Co- Championship  VA RS ITY SOCCER  FIRS T R OW, T . Lomba rdi , P. Granger, J.  field . THI ...
Bob Schoep ffin crosses the ba ll to begi n a Devil charge. J .V. SOCCER H unt ington 2 4 O pponen t 1 Cold Sp ring Harbor Bren twood L inden hu rst o o w ah \ Vh itman West Islip 4 North Baby lon Brentwood Lindenhurst 2 4 2 2 Walt Whi tman 3 4 ' Vest Islip 2 No rt h Ba b ylon 1 1 4 3 1 6 1 3 o Pet er Swlc passes off to Bob Sch ocpfl in . Soccermen Put Their H eart and Soul into the Game M r. L a nge big game . j .v, SOCC ER : FIRST R OW, R. Hastings, C . Alex, G. Doepke, D . Co hen , T . Albic occo, ~ 1. Pr uzan, P. Ritch , B. M a yfield . SECON D R O W, J. R obinson, ~1. H artman, T . Fitzpa trick , W . Sm ith , "s ha kes loose" before a P. Le wis, R. Beach, T . McF adden, R. LcBlc. THIRD R O W, Mr. Re cord , D . O rht man , C. Hyatt , R . Brown, L. K ing, B. J acobs, R. H a lvor son , R . G ou ld . Devils "s tretch 'em out " to p repa re for st ra ins of game. I ts a bird , it's a p la ne , it's .. 87 86
Bob Schoep ffin crosses the ba ll to begi n a Devil charge.  J .V. SOCCER H unt ington  2 4  O pponen t 1 Cold Sp ring Har...
Bob Schoep ffin crosses the ba ll to begi n a Devil charge. J .V. SOCCER H unt ington 2 4 O pponen t 1 Cold Sp ring Harbor Bren twood L inden hu rst o o w ah \ Vh itman West Islip 4 North Baby lon Brentwood Lindenhurst 2 4 2 2 Walt Whi tman 3 4 ' Vest Islip 2 No rt h Ba b ylon 1 1 4 3 1 6 1 3 o Pet er Swlc passes off to Bob Sch ocpfl in . Soccermen Put Their H eart and Soul into the Game M r. L a nge big game . j .v, SOCC ER : FIRST R OW, R. Hastings, C . Alex, G. Doepke, D . Co hen , T . Albic occo, ~ 1. Pr uzan, P. Ritch , B. M a yfield . SECON D R O W, J. R obinson, ~1. H artman, T . Fitzpa trick , W . Sm ith , "s ha kes loose" before a P. Le wis, R. Beach, T . McF adden, R. LcBlc. THIRD R O W, Mr. Re cord , D . O rht man , C. Hyatt , R . Brown, L. K ing, B. J acobs, R. H a lvor son , R . G ou ld . Devils "s tretch 'em out " to p repa re for st ra ins of game. I ts a bird , it's a p la ne , it's .. 87 86
Bob Schoep ffin crosses the ba ll to begi n a Devil charge.  J .V. SOCCER H unt ington  2 4  O pponen t 1 Cold Sp ring Har...
I VARS ITY WR ESTLI NG H untington 33 28 38 20 18 19 31 31 38 24 22 Op ponent 9 10 8 26 30 22 15 9 6 21 28 T he 1964-65 H unti ngton High School wre stling team, u nde r the d irect ion o f Coach es C harles Robinson a nd Pet e Sa nsivero, ended lip their season in sixth p lace. Starting ou t to be what looked like th e perf ect seaso n, Hu n tington ca ptu red three non -leagu e wins, which boosted the confid en ce in th e on coming league me e ts. As the league season sta rted out, H un tington had a th r illing mat ch with Suffolk County's n u m ber one team , W est I slip, and was neck-in-neck righ t up to t he heavy weig ht round. H u n ting to n lost fou r m ore leag ue mat ch es, but did , how ever , win the non league ga me agai nst Ne wfield and two leagu e mat ch es with Northport and North Babylon . K en Pou los a nd J ohn Mu lada , team co-captai ns, remained undefea ted throu gh. out both league and non- league compctition, as did Bob Zieler, defend ing Suffolk C ounty Champion . H u n tin gton wrestler gets th e tak cd own . M atmen Struggle to Hold Early Victories • Sm ithtown D eer Park Harborficlds ' Vest Islip Wait w hitman Por t J efferson Newfield North Babylon No rthport Brentwood Lindenhurst Now reall y boys! • K en Poul os tigh tens the vice . • I I / I ,e > t;;;../) ~ \ "< 1 \ ) •I It ~, " f, , I I ~ .... J ohn Daidola sco res with a reversal. VA RS ITY WR ESTI.I NC , FIRS T R OW . L . Peters. B. Nolan, C . ~'1 "ss. C . Sd lll lto wer. R. W h itn e y. J. ~l uJad a. ~1. Ha rn ett . SEC. OND ROW, R. Mun hall. C . Fra ncis. R. Z icler, Poulos, C . Min gin . J. Da idola , M r. Rob inson . 88 J. H a ck ney, K .
I  VARS ITY WR ESTLI NG H untington 33 28  38  20 18  19 31 31 38  24 22  Op ponent 9 10 8  26 30 22  15 9 6 21 28  T he 1...
I VARS ITY WR ESTLI NG H untington 33 28 38 20 18 19 31 31 38 24 22 Op ponent 9 10 8 26 30 22 15 9 6 21 28 T he 1964-65 H unti ngton High School wre stling team, u nde r the d irect ion o f Coach es C harles Robinson a nd Pet e Sa nsivero, ended lip their season in sixth p lace. Starting ou t to be what looked like th e perf ect seaso n, Hu n tington ca ptu red three non -leagu e wins, which boosted the confid en ce in th e on coming league me e ts. As the league season sta rted out, H un tington had a th r illing mat ch with Suffolk County's n u m ber one team , W est I slip, and was neck-in-neck righ t up to t he heavy weig ht round. H u n ting to n lost fou r m ore leag ue mat ch es, but did , how ever , win the non league ga me agai nst Ne wfield and two leagu e mat ch es with Northport and North Babylon . K en Pou los a nd J ohn Mu lada , team co-captai ns, remained undefea ted throu gh. out both league and non- league compctition, as did Bob Zieler, defend ing Suffolk C ounty Champion . H u n tin gton wrestler gets th e tak cd own . M atmen Struggle to Hold Early Victories • Sm ithtown D eer Park Harborficlds ' Vest Islip Wait w hitman Por t J efferson Newfield North Babylon No rthport Brentwood Lindenhurst Now reall y boys! • K en Poul os tigh tens the vice . • I I / I ,e > t;;;../) ~ \ "< 1 \ ) •I It ~, " f, , I I ~ .... J ohn Daidola sco res with a reversal. VA RS ITY WR ESTI.I NC , FIRS T R OW . L . Peters. B. Nolan, C . ~'1 "ss. C . Sd lll lto wer. R. W h itn e y. J. ~l uJad a. ~1. Ha rn ett . SEC. OND ROW, R. Mun hall. C . Fra ncis. R. Z icler, Poulos, C . Min gin . J. Da idola , M r. Rob inson . 88 J. H a ck ney, K .
I  VARS ITY WR ESTLI NG H untington 33 28  38  20 18  19 31 31 38  24 22  Op ponent 9 10 8  26 30 22  15 9 6 21 28  T he 1...
Cross Countrymen Run 0)er Hill and Dale T his "car' s varsitv C ross Cou ntrv team . com- peting 'in the str~ng League I ' Conf~rcncc, CROSS COUl\ "fRY had a fairly success ful seaso n. I n spite of this, ho weve r, the cross country men work ed with coac h M r. Sul liva n to per fect th eir skills an d to prepa re for the ex hau sting two mil e ru n . M an y people con fu se cross co untry with track. T rack consists of m any even ts, whil e cross count ry is a test o f endurance in the two m ile ru n. It is also impo rta n t to note tha t in cross country, un like in othe r tea m sports. it is the low est SCore tha t wins. Hun tington 47 43 41 17 31 30 18 Port J efferson Nort h Ba bylon Lin denh urst West Islip South Hunt ington Bren twood North po rt O pponent 15 16 22 48 25 27 49 J. V . WRES TL I:"G : FI RST RO W : T . W at son, C . SchcfieJd , S. Powers, R . Buerger, R . DeM arco. SEC OXD R O W : J. Stone , J. M in gin, D . R ink , R. H a ckney, R . Ri nt oul, J. Da id ola , M r . Sansivero. J.V. H untington I 26 31 41 19 16 21 33 40 34 35 13 Despite Poor Season) Four Matmen Go to County Championships C R O SS C OUNT R Y : FI RST R O W . W. Schwa rtz, C . Leitz, R. M azzo ne, B. G ermaine, T . Becker, F . Deg ia como. SECOND R OW, J. G reen, R . All en, K . Ber t ino, F. M a yo, E. Leitz, A. Capone, B. WRESTLI NG O p pon ent S mi th town Deer Park H ar borfield s West Is lip Wal t Whit man Por t Jeffcrson Newfield North Ba bylon N orth port Bren twood Li nd enhu rs t 24 18 11 21 28 24 11 6 9 10 37 I f Mi ke H arnett wo rks for a pin. 90 Engleha rdt. TH I R D R O W , T. Don oh ue. B. M cL a ughl in. B. T erry, T . Gaal, R. Coope r, ~L Cooper, ~ 1. Foster, B. Shady, ~Ir . Su lliva n.
Cross Countrymen Run 0 er Hill and Dale  T his  car  s varsitv C ross Cou ntrv team . com-  peting  in the str ng League I...
Cross Countrymen Run 0)er Hill and Dale T his "car' s varsitv C ross Cou ntrv team . com- peting 'in the str~ng League I ' Conf~rcncc, CROSS COUl\ "fRY had a fairly success ful seaso n. I n spite of this, ho weve r, the cross country men work ed with coac h M r. Sul liva n to per fect th eir skills an d to prepa re for the ex hau sting two mil e ru n . M an y people con fu se cross co untry with track. T rack consists of m any even ts, whil e cross count ry is a test o f endurance in the two m ile ru n. It is also impo rta n t to note tha t in cross country, un like in othe r tea m sports. it is the low est SCore tha t wins. Hun tington 47 43 41 17 31 30 18 Port J efferson Nort h Ba bylon Lin denh urst West Islip South Hunt ington Bren twood North po rt O pponent 15 16 22 48 25 27 49 J. V . WRES TL I:"G : FI RST RO W : T . W at son, C . SchcfieJd , S. Powers, R . Buerger, R . DeM arco. SEC OXD R O W : J. Stone , J. M in gin, D . R ink , R. H a ckney, R . Ri nt oul, J. Da id ola , M r . Sansivero. J.V. H untington I 26 31 41 19 16 21 33 40 34 35 13 Despite Poor Season) Four Matmen Go to County Championships C R O SS C OUNT R Y : FI RST R O W . W. Schwa rtz, C . Leitz, R. M azzo ne, B. G ermaine, T . Becker, F . Deg ia como. SECOND R OW, J. G reen, R . All en, K . Ber t ino, F. M a yo, E. Leitz, A. Capone, B. WRESTLI NG O p pon ent S mi th town Deer Park H ar borfield s West Is lip Wal t Whit man Por t Jeffcrson Newfield North Ba bylon N orth port Bren twood Li nd enhu rs t 24 18 11 21 28 24 11 6 9 10 37 I f Mi ke H arnett wo rks for a pin. 90 Engleha rdt. TH I R D R O W , T. Don oh ue. B. M cL a ughl in. B. T erry, T . Gaal, R. Coope r, ~L Cooper, ~ 1. Foster, B. Shady, ~Ir . Su lliva n.
Cross Countrymen Run 0 er Hill and Dale  T his  car  s varsitv C ross Cou ntrv team . com-  peting  in the str ng League I...
VARSITY BASKETBALL : FIRST ROW , T . Lederer, J. SEC OND ROW, Mr. Forte, B. Hoskin , B. Lang, T . Lombardi, K. Wino , R. Pettit, R. D erickson, H . M urtom a a . Schm itz, L. Berg , D . Berger , T. Fort e, P. Clark, D . M azoyer, G . Arbo nics. Basketball Team Shoots for a Victory After losing the ir first two ga mes, the D evil basketba ll team came on strong to be tied for first place with a 5-2 record bef ore the Christmas ho lid ay s. After th e ho lid ays th e tea m was hurt by severa l injuries which resulted in the loss of several close games. The Devils struggled through th e rest of the seaso n, some times looking like th ey did in the first fev..' games, and finished the season with a respect ab le 8- 10 record. This was Mr. Forte's first seaso n as coach. H e kept team spirit high an d got the mo st out of h is team at a ll time s. The hig h point in th e seaso n wa s th e night the D evils ocat Smithtown , the number one team in the county at tha t time. H un tington also defeated Leagu e Champion North Bab ylon by 12 points. If the Devil s ca n improve their record next season as mu ch as they did this year they should be strong contende rs for the leagu e championship. VARSITY BASKETBALL O pponent Hu ntington 65 58 67 73 73 68 78 67 70 76 69 76 65 73 64 78 54 68 * Non~ lcag ue Smith town" Wyandanch* Brentwood 66 Pat chogu e" 48 70 Lind enhurst Smithtown" We st Islip Walt Wh itman Port Jefferson N orth Babyl on No rthpo rt Bren twood Lind enhurst West Islip Walt Whitman Port Jefferson N orth Babylon N orthp ort 74 57 65 65 81 73 64 81 66 66 78 77 69 80 79 Ru st)' Petti t h its for two from the key. games 92 Oppos ite page: T om For te sc reens for "S h o t" C la rk.
VARSITY BASKETBALL   FIRST ROW , T . Lederer,  J.  SEC OND ROW, Mr. Forte, B. Hoskin , B. Lang, T . Lombardi, K. Wino , R....
VARSITY BASKETBALL : FIRST ROW , T . Lederer, J. SEC OND ROW, Mr. Forte, B. Hoskin , B. Lang, T . Lombardi, K. Wino , R. Pettit, R. D erickson, H . M urtom a a . Schm itz, L. Berg , D . Berger , T. Fort e, P. Clark, D . M azoyer, G . Arbo nics. Basketball Team Shoots for a Victory After losing the ir first two ga mes, the D evil basketba ll team came on strong to be tied for first place with a 5-2 record bef ore the Christmas ho lid ay s. After th e ho lid ays th e tea m was hurt by severa l injuries which resulted in the loss of several close games. The Devils struggled through th e rest of the seaso n, some times looking like th ey did in the first fev..' games, and finished the season with a respect ab le 8- 10 record. This was Mr. Forte's first seaso n as coach. H e kept team spirit high an d got the mo st out of h is team at a ll time s. The hig h point in th e seaso n wa s th e night the D evils ocat Smithtown , the number one team in the county at tha t time. H un tington also defeated Leagu e Champion North Bab ylon by 12 points. If the Devil s ca n improve their record next season as mu ch as they did this year they should be strong contende rs for the leagu e championship. VARSITY BASKETBALL O pponent Hu ntington 65 58 67 73 73 68 78 67 70 76 69 76 65 73 64 78 54 68 * Non~ lcag ue Smith town" Wyandanch* Brentwood 66 Pat chogu e" 48 70 Lind enhurst Smithtown" We st Islip Walt Wh itman Port Jefferson N orth Babyl on No rthpo rt Bren twood Lind enhurst West Islip Walt Whitman Port Jefferson N orth Babylon N orthp ort 74 57 65 65 81 73 64 81 66 66 78 77 69 80 79 Ru st)' Petti t h its for two from the key. games 92 Oppos ite page: T om For te sc reens for "S h o t" C la rk.
VARSITY BASKETBALL   FIRST ROW , T . Lederer,  J.  SEC OND ROW, Mr. Forte, B. Hoskin , B. Lang, T . Lombardi, K. Wino , R....
] .v . BASK ETBALL Opponent H untington 43 43 41 44 44 49 46 42 45 47 63 53 51 52 47 44 51 44 Sm ithtown " w yandanch" Bren tw ood Pa tchogue" Li nden h urst Smi th town" w est Islip \ Val t W hit man Por t J efferson North Babyl on Northport Br en tw ood Linden hurst 'V est Isl ip Walt Wh itman Port J efferson North Bab ylon No rthport "Non-league games 34 34 39 45 40 41 69 56 44 65 36 65 Bill H cskin move s for a loose ball . 58 77 52 32 55 45 Tom Forte and Bill Hcskin m ake it difficu lt to shoot. Cagers Display Much Pete Cl a rk gets fr ee for a j um p shot. Hustle and Bounce Bill Ho skin adds one from the foul line . j .v . BASKETBALL : F IR ST R OW , ~r. Lucey, P. Hol mb er g, D . D a vis. S. Boro wicz, D . Shames , B. rvhller , K . Mi llett, C . Noa ai. SECO N D UOW: F. CiafTone, G . G ra hm , J. Petti t, D . Baldas- sar i, D . Gogel, L. Mel erba , R. Gould , A. Foster. T H IRD R OW, T . Hu ston , H R u pp el, B. H olmberg, ]. Bluson is, T. D ra nsfield , M . H a rt man, F . Gon za les. 94
  .v . BASK ETBALL Opponent  H untington  43 43 41 44  44 49 46 42 45 47 63 53 51  52 47 44 51  44  Sm ithtown   w yandanc...
] .v . BASK ETBALL Opponent H untington 43 43 41 44 44 49 46 42 45 47 63 53 51 52 47 44 51 44 Sm ithtown " w yandanch" Bren tw ood Pa tchogue" Li nden h urst Smi th town" w est Islip \ Val t W hit man Por t J efferson North Babyl on Northport Br en tw ood Linden hurst 'V est Isl ip Walt Wh itman Port J efferson North Bab ylon No rthport "Non-league games 34 34 39 45 40 41 69 56 44 65 36 65 Bill H cskin move s for a loose ball . 58 77 52 32 55 45 Tom Forte and Bill Hcskin m ake it difficu lt to shoot. Cagers Display Much Pete Cl a rk gets fr ee for a j um p shot. Hustle and Bounce Bill Ho skin adds one from the foul line . j .v . BASKETBALL : F IR ST R OW , ~r. Lucey, P. Hol mb er g, D . D a vis. S. Boro wicz, D . Shames , B. rvhller , K . Mi llett, C . Noa ai. SECO N D UOW: F. CiafTone, G . G ra hm , J. Petti t, D . Baldas- sar i, D . Gogel, L. Mel erba , R. Gould , A. Foster. T H IRD R OW, T . Hu ston , H R u pp el, B. H olmberg, ]. Bluson is, T. D ra nsfield , M . H a rt man, F . Gon za les. 94
  .v . BASK ETBALL Opponent  H untington  43 43 41 44  44 49 46 42 45 47 63 53 51  52 47 44 51  44  Sm ithtown   w yandanc...
-- Bill Mi tchell works out his ro utine on the horizonta l ba r. . "' Ii ; i . . II • I~: ~ lfE3 1 VARS IT Y GY:VI:-;AST 1CS : FIRST R OW , T , Bushelom, R . G ord on, E. Booker , A. T etr a ult , P. Pa velka , B. J a mes. SE COND R OW, S. Haskell, :VIr. Campbell, K , Lang, B, • " , , "- 1 Feeley, T . Voi t, P. Willi s, J. Schm itt , G . Sch m idt, B. ~ f i t c hc ll , B. Bushc1om . T H I R D R OW , R . M azzone, K . Pearcy. C . Stoddard , R . Ferra ro , :\.1. Hollenback . :I Gymnastics Coordinates Strength and Ability Mr. Campbe ll adds his know-how d uring gym nastics meet . '- ,I GYMNASTICS Opponent H u n t ingto n The 1965 seas on of th e Boys' G ymnasti cs T eam was brou ght to a successful close with a m eet at Northpor t, wh er e H un tin g ton took fourth place, Working under the di rect ion of C oach Cam pbell, th e boys became proficien t in such are as as th e par a llel bars, long a nd shor t horse, m a ts, still rings, and free exercise. 'T he tea m exhib ited the ir skills in their demonstrat ion on Sports Ni te. 50 57 ,5 6 1.5 49 51 55 61 36.5 N or thport ' Ya h ' Vhit ma n Li nd enh u rst Port J efferson Northport "\tall 'Whitman Li nd enhu rst Port J efferson 78 70.5 66,5 79 77 73 67 90.5 w. 'I I Ie T eam member gasps as a di ffic ult feat is performed. T om Bushilom prep ares to win poin ts for H u n t ingt on . 96 97 ,
--  Bill Mi tchell works out his ro utine on the horizonta l ba r.  .      Ii   i  .  .  II      I      lfE3 1  VARS IT Y ...
-- Bill Mi tchell works out his ro utine on the horizonta l ba r. . "' Ii ; i . . II • I~: ~ lfE3 1 VARS IT Y GY:VI:-;AST 1CS : FIRST R OW , T , Bushelom, R . G ord on, E. Booker , A. T etr a ult , P. Pa velka , B. J a mes. SE COND R OW, S. Haskell, :VIr. Campbell, K , Lang, B, • " , , "- 1 Feeley, T . Voi t, P. Willi s, J. Schm itt , G . Sch m idt, B. ~ f i t c hc ll , B. Bushc1om . T H I R D R OW , R . M azzone, K . Pearcy. C . Stoddard , R . Ferra ro , :\.1. Hollenback . :I Gymnastics Coordinates Strength and Ability Mr. Campbe ll adds his know-how d uring gym nastics meet . '- ,I GYMNASTICS Opponent H u n t ingto n The 1965 seas on of th e Boys' G ymnasti cs T eam was brou ght to a successful close with a m eet at Northpor t, wh er e H un tin g ton took fourth place, Working under the di rect ion of C oach Cam pbell, th e boys became proficien t in such are as as th e par a llel bars, long a nd shor t horse, m a ts, still rings, and free exercise. 'T he tea m exhib ited the ir skills in their demonstrat ion on Sports Ni te. 50 57 ,5 6 1.5 49 51 55 61 36.5 N or thport ' Ya h ' Vhit ma n Li nd enh u rst Port J efferson Northport "\tall 'Whitman Li nd enhu rst Port J efferson 78 70.5 66,5 79 77 73 67 90.5 w. 'I I Ie T eam member gasps as a di ffic ult feat is performed. T om Bushilom prep ares to win poin ts for H u n t ingt on . 96 97 ,
--  Bill Mi tchell works out his ro utine on the horizonta l ba r.  .      Ii   i  .  .  II      I      lfE3 1  VARS IT Y ...
- Who's respon sible for thi s year's fabu lous Sadie H nwkin' s Da nce? " 'hy, the Girls' Athlet ic Counc il, who else ? But th e activities of th eir bo ys' co un te rpar t, th e Boys' Athl et ic Coun cil, a rc not to be sligh ted . M embers of the B.A.C . a rc the ca pta ins of the interscholastic sports who plan Sp orts Nite a nd approve the lett er recommendation s of th e coaches. H avin g sim ilar respo nsibilities in addit ion to organizing th e intramurals p rogram, th e G .A.C . member s a rc chosen by previ ous G .A.C . me mb ers. GIRLS' G Y ~ I ;o; A ST I C S: FIRST ROW, J. Spokas, R . San giovani , K . Mol lico, K . T erry, P. Barnes, J. Black, B. Bla uma n. SECOND R OJV, R . Mi tch ell, ~L Tra verse, K . Lesser , J. H offman , B. Dchn, E. Lister, K . J on es, B. Wood . T H IRD R OW, J. Oll vcrson , ] . H eu man , P. M a koskc, F . Earl , B. Za rooki an , E. Mohr, P. Ligh tfoot, B. Savage, S. T ild en. Under th e direction of Miss Doris Line, the Girls' G ymnasti cs T eam had a nothe r suc cessful season this year. The tcam of twen ty-five girls rep resen ted Hun tin gton H igh in competition aga inst severa l loca l schools. There wer e m an y fields in whi ch th e gir ls pe rforme d- appara tus, wands, fr ee exe rcise, and Indian clubs. The hard work of th e girls was a lso rewarded in their a nn ua l Sports Nite performan ce. BOYS ' .-\ T H LETIC CO U;o; C IL : FI RST RO il' . J. Bodine. B. Schocpflin, J. Kl affk y, J. M ula d a , J. Howe: T . Fort e' . S ECOS D R O W . D. H a rrsch, K . Poul os, G . Rit ch , R . Petti t, B. Allc ssio. Sports Councils Guide A thletic Program FIRST RO W D Mo rrone J. J oh nson, P. V a n Arsd all , GIRLS' ATHLETIC COU NC I.L: . ' ." B ' Fra nco J. Bra di cich , L . ScboJ. Probcck. SECOND ROW, M ISS Lme, A. Falco, J. Fusa ro, . , field , S. T ilde n, N. Rit zer t. Grace and Skill Grows w ith Pra ctice Gi rls gym na stics display poet ry in m ot ion . \.
-  Who s respon sible for thi s year s fabu lous  Sadie H nwkin  s Da nce     hy, the Girls  Athlet ic Counc il, who else ...
- Who's respon sible for thi s year's fabu lous Sadie H nwkin' s Da nce? " 'hy, the Girls' Athlet ic Counc il, who else ? But th e activities of th eir bo ys' co un te rpar t, th e Boys' Athl et ic Coun cil, a rc not to be sligh ted . M embers of the B.A.C . a rc the ca pta ins of the interscholastic sports who plan Sp orts Nite a nd approve the lett er recommendation s of th e coaches. H avin g sim ilar respo nsibilities in addit ion to organizing th e intramurals p rogram, th e G .A.C . member s a rc chosen by previ ous G .A.C . me mb ers. GIRLS' G Y ~ I ;o; A ST I C S: FIRST ROW, J. Spokas, R . San giovani , K . Mol lico, K . T erry, P. Barnes, J. Black, B. Bla uma n. SECOND R OJV, R . Mi tch ell, ~L Tra verse, K . Lesser , J. H offman , B. Dchn, E. Lister, K . J on es, B. Wood . T H IRD R OW, J. Oll vcrson , ] . H eu man , P. M a koskc, F . Earl , B. Za rooki an , E. Mohr, P. Ligh tfoot, B. Savage, S. T ild en. Under th e direction of Miss Doris Line, the Girls' G ymnasti cs T eam had a nothe r suc cessful season this year. The tcam of twen ty-five girls rep resen ted Hun tin gton H igh in competition aga inst severa l loca l schools. There wer e m an y fields in whi ch th e gir ls pe rforme d- appara tus, wands, fr ee exe rcise, and Indian clubs. The hard work of th e girls was a lso rewarded in their a nn ua l Sports Nite performan ce. BOYS ' .-\ T H LETIC CO U;o; C IL : FI RST RO il' . J. Bodine. B. Schocpflin, J. Kl affk y, J. M ula d a , J. Howe: T . Fort e' . S ECOS D R O W . D. H a rrsch, K . Poul os, G . Rit ch , R . Petti t, B. Allc ssio. Sports Councils Guide A thletic Program FIRST RO W D Mo rrone J. J oh nson, P. V a n Arsd all , GIRLS' ATHLETIC COU NC I.L: . ' ." B ' Fra nco J. Bra di cich , L . ScboJ. Probcck. SECOND ROW, M ISS Lme, A. Falco, J. Fusa ro, . , field , S. T ilde n, N. Rit zer t. Grace and Skill Grows w ith Pra ctice Gi rls gym na stics display poet ry in m ot ion . \.
-  Who s respon sible for thi s year s fabu lous  Sadie H nwkin  s Da nce     hy, the Girls  Athlet ic Counc il, who else ...
Specta tors wa tch cl osely to sec if the H unting ton Fencer has hi t home. VARSITY FENC ING VARS ITY FENC I:'\G: F IRST ROW , E. \ Villiams, C . Simon , A. Ashley, S. Lewi s. SEC OND R OW , ~ lr . Lucas, ] . Ash, D . Harrsch . H untington 2 5 3 Fencing T eam Clinch es Suffolk County Co-Championship 2 2 1 o 4 2 3 ]. V. FENC ING : FIRST R OW, T . Kaiser , P. Sta mberg. S ECOND R OW, G. Bcrlcth , H . K necht , J. S pahn , J. La urino. The Fen cing T eam of 1964-65 und er Coach Lucas ach ieve d the tit le, Suffolk C oun ty C o-Champions. Denni s H a rrsch and Samuel Lewis, co-captains, led the team to. victo ry suffe ring their only de feat to Newfi eld H igh Sch oo!' This is the seco nd co nsecutive Cou nty C ha m p ionship for the fenc ing team , in w ha t looks to be a long wi nnin g streak. The boys have worked hard to hold th is title, a lwa ys hel ping each ot he r when the team was in a tigh t position. Consta nt practi ce and helpi ng each oth er has produc ed a Fcueing T eam that we can be m ight y prou d of ! Opponen t 4 6 whitman 7 7 Babylon Islip Harborfields Whi tman N ew Fields Babylon Islip All en Ashley surveys the niques can· fu lly. ., 7 H arborfields New Fields fence rs' 8 9 5 7 6 tech- Who is this masked ma rvel ?
Specta tors wa tch cl osely to sec if the H unting ton Fencer has hi t home.  VARSITY FENC ING VARS ITY FENC I   G  F IRST...
Specta tors wa tch cl osely to sec if the H unting ton Fencer has hi t home. VARSITY FENC ING VARS ITY FENC I:'\G: F IRST ROW , E. \ Villiams, C . Simon , A. Ashley, S. Lewi s. SEC OND R OW , ~ lr . Lucas, ] . Ash, D . Harrsch . H untington 2 5 3 Fencing T eam Clinch es Suffolk County Co-Championship 2 2 1 o 4 2 3 ]. V. FENC ING : FIRST R OW, T . Kaiser , P. Sta mberg. S ECOND R OW, G. Bcrlcth , H . K necht , J. S pahn , J. La urino. The Fen cing T eam of 1964-65 und er Coach Lucas ach ieve d the tit le, Suffolk C oun ty C o-Champions. Denni s H a rrsch and Samuel Lewis, co-captains, led the team to. victo ry suffe ring their only de feat to Newfi eld H igh Sch oo!' This is the seco nd co nsecutive Cou nty C ha m p ionship for the fenc ing team , in w ha t looks to be a long wi nnin g streak. The boys have worked hard to hold th is title, a lwa ys hel ping each ot he r when the team was in a tigh t position. Consta nt practi ce and helpi ng each oth er has produc ed a Fcueing T eam that we can be m ight y prou d of ! Opponen t 4 6 whitman 7 7 Babylon Islip Harborfields Whi tman N ew Fields Babylon Islip All en Ashley surveys the niques can· fu lly. ., 7 H arborfields New Fields fence rs' 8 9 5 7 6 tech- Who is this masked ma rvel ?
Specta tors wa tch cl osely to sec if the H unting ton Fencer has hi t home.  VARSITY FENC ING VARS ITY FENC I   G  F IRST...
Foot ball is more tha n football : basket ball is more th an ten pla yers on a court. Beh ind our a th letic n-an n is th e spi rit of the II. H . S. Cheerl eaders. Sup porting o r spo nsoring m an y a ctivi ties during the year. th e girls add spirit and en th usiasm to a ll ga m es. Both va rsitv a nd juni o r varsity sq ua ds a rc a t cn~ rr ga m e, ho rne or away, to lea d th e stu de nt bod)' in th eir vocal sup port of the ir teams. The c hee rlea ders provide th e spirit and e nth us iasm th at arc beh ind all H . H . S. athleti c activities. Va rsity Cheerl ead ers : FI R S T R Oll' . K . T er ry, K . :vlollico. u. Dc h n : SECOX D R OW, C . Forsano , B. ~ IcNa ll y, B. Za· rook ian , E. Mohr. Ch ee rlead er s add spiri t to thc crowd. Cheerleaders Spark Enthusiasm and E xcitement V . Chee rleade rs : FI RS T R OW , L. De~rille, ~L Poli, R . Sangiovanni ; SECO N D R OI V. E . Tu rpncy, R. ~'Iit ch ell . K . Boyle , J. Schwartz. J. The " Blue Devil" comma nds the cheerlea d er' s attention . The che erleade rs stimula te ha lftime en t h usiasm. 103
Foot ball is more tha n football   basket ball is more th an ten pla yers on a court. Beh ind our a th letic n-an n is th ...
Foot ball is more tha n football : basket ball is more th an ten pla yers on a court. Beh ind our a th letic n-an n is th e spi rit of the II. H . S. Cheerl eaders. Sup porting o r spo nsoring m an y a ctivi ties during the year. th e girls add spirit and en th usiasm to a ll ga m es. Both va rsitv a nd juni o r varsity sq ua ds a rc a t cn~ rr ga m e, ho rne or away, to lea d th e stu de nt bod)' in th eir vocal sup port of the ir teams. The c hee rlea ders provide th e spirit and e nth us iasm th at arc beh ind all H . H . S. athleti c activities. Va rsity Cheerl ead ers : FI R S T R Oll' . K . T er ry, K . :vlollico. u. Dc h n : SECOX D R OW, C . Forsano , B. ~ IcNa ll y, B. Za· rook ian , E. Mohr. Ch ee rlead er s add spiri t to thc crowd. Cheerleaders Spark Enthusiasm and E xcitement V . Chee rleade rs : FI RS T R OW , L. De~rille, ~L Poli, R . Sangiovanni ; SECO N D R OI V. E . Tu rpncy, R. ~'Iit ch ell . K . Boyle , J. Schwartz. J. The " Blue Devil" comma nds the cheerlea d er' s attention . The che erleade rs stimula te ha lftime en t h usiasm. 103
Foot ball is more tha n football   basket ball is more th an ten pla yers on a court. Beh ind our a th letic n-an n is th ...
I G IRLS' H O CKEY H O X OR TEA~ I: FIRST R OW . A. Falco. P. Van AndaJl , B. Fr an co, L. Sch ofield , C. K ocrnig, J. Fu sa ro. SECO.\"D R OW: ~L M arrin, J. Schaeffer , C . K ool agc, D . Morrone, S. T ilden, J. J oh nson, J. Probeck. T H IR D R OW : R . Edd )', P. W inn , J. Chapman. Honor T eams Offer Girls I nter-School Competition GIRLS' BASKET BALL H O NO R T EA ~ [ : FIR ST R O il' , J. Schad'I fer , P. Van Ar sd a ll, A. Falco , B. Fanco , D . ~, orronc, L . Schofield. SECOND ROW, B. ~ liller, K . W ilcox, K . Siegrist, B. Motley, T . Girls Participate in Schmicgclow. D . Spec ht. T H IRD R O W, Ber n ' , S. Colovin. R . Edd y, C . Champney. . xt. Mart in. C. K oola ge. L. J. Cha pman. Sports Activities G IR LS' VOLL EYBALL H O NOR TEA M : FI R S T R O W: P. Van Arsdal l, B. Fra nco, J . Probec k, J. j ohnson, J, Sch a effer, D . Motley, J. Sp oka s. SECOND ROW: P. ' Vinn, P. Bowes, L. Berry . R. Edd y, P. Cu nningham, D . M orrone . A . Fa lco, K. Wilcox, As a n ex te nsion of th e in tra m ura Is pr ogram , t he girls' hon or teams provide H u n tingto n H igh School with a n outlet for its femal e at h letes to exer - Batons flying through th e a ir flags twirled in perfect u n ison . . T hese are ju st two of the steps that a p pea r in routines of H un tinzton Hi gh School' s ma jorettes. This vcar. ' under th e lead ership' of Pa m Ebe~llardt ami Carol Z iegler , they have spent ma ny hour s per fecti ng th e routines the)' have created. T hese routines a rc performed to th e tun es of some of tod a ' I Y s m ost p o p ula r songs. At rornr, footb all games th e majorettes used r I ' . eg u a r baton s bu t 111 t I1C M cmor' I D ' e th ey " ia ay Par ad mstlttltt'd a new id . . en , usmg pompoms 10 a dan ce-like ro ut . ine. 1'1 rc success th at th ese girls Irave at . ta med has mad e th e ma ny weeks of hard work an? prepar a tion ex- cise th eir talents. Competing in field hockey, vclleybaII , basketball an d softba ll, the girls were led to nu merous vict ories with the help of their coac hes, Mi ss Knippler and M iss Line. T his veal' th e vol levb all team closed its season with a record of th ree wins a nd one defea t, placin g second in the fina l league playoffs. T he hockey tea m a lso su ffe red a very na rrow loss In th e fina ls, losina to arch riva l Sou th H untington "and came in thi rd in the league pla; offs. The feeling of the girls a t H .B .S . towa rd the hono r team pr og ra m we-re S\ IIl IIllCd u p b y the ren own Fea rsome Fou r. Dec Dec M or ron e , Arle ne F a lco , Ba rbara Fran co, a nd Pa t Van A rsd al l, "T he H on or T eams arc a so u rce of co m pet it io n . Leade rsh ip , and Sport smanship for th e spo rtsminded gi rl :" t re me ly wor t!tw !IIIC'. 10 4 ' lo\J O R ET T ES : FIR ST R OW, S'. Ferraro, ,'. W, S. J ames, P. Eberhard t , K . G0 din . RO S. Ra vin. X. Schaeffer. SECOSD ------::;;:~
I  G IRLS  H O CKEY H O X OR TEA  I  FIRST R OW . A. Falco. P. Van AndaJl , B. Fr an co, L. Sch ofield , C. K ocrnig, J. F...
I G IRLS' H O CKEY H O X OR TEA~ I: FIRST R OW . A. Falco. P. Van AndaJl , B. Fr an co, L. Sch ofield , C. K ocrnig, J. Fu sa ro. SECO.\"D R OW: ~L M arrin, J. Schaeffer , C . K ool agc, D . Morrone, S. T ilden, J. J oh nson, J. Probeck. T H IR D R OW : R . Edd )', P. W inn , J. Chapman. Honor T eams Offer Girls I nter-School Competition GIRLS' BASKET BALL H O NO R T EA ~ [ : FIR ST R O il' , J. Schad'I fer , P. Van Ar sd a ll, A. Falco , B. Fanco , D . ~, orronc, L . Schofield. SECOND ROW, B. ~ liller, K . W ilcox, K . Siegrist, B. Motley, T . Girls Participate in Schmicgclow. D . Spec ht. T H IRD R O W, Ber n ' , S. Colovin. R . Edd y, C . Champney. . xt. Mart in. C. K oola ge. L. J. Cha pman. Sports Activities G IR LS' VOLL EYBALL H O NOR TEA M : FI R S T R O W: P. Van Arsdal l, B. Fra nco, J . Probec k, J. j ohnson, J, Sch a effer, D . Motley, J. Sp oka s. SECOND ROW: P. ' Vinn, P. Bowes, L. Berry . R. Edd y, P. Cu nningham, D . M orrone . A . Fa lco, K. Wilcox, As a n ex te nsion of th e in tra m ura Is pr ogram , t he girls' hon or teams provide H u n tingto n H igh School with a n outlet for its femal e at h letes to exer - Batons flying through th e a ir flags twirled in perfect u n ison . . T hese are ju st two of the steps that a p pea r in routines of H un tinzton Hi gh School' s ma jorettes. This vcar. ' under th e lead ership' of Pa m Ebe~llardt ami Carol Z iegler , they have spent ma ny hour s per fecti ng th e routines the)' have created. T hese routines a rc performed to th e tun es of some of tod a ' I Y s m ost p o p ula r songs. At rornr, footb all games th e majorettes used r I ' . eg u a r baton s bu t 111 t I1C M cmor' I D ' e th ey " ia ay Par ad mstlttltt'd a new id . . en , usmg pompoms 10 a dan ce-like ro ut . ine. 1'1 rc success th at th ese girls Irave at . ta med has mad e th e ma ny weeks of hard work an? prepar a tion ex- cise th eir talents. Competing in field hockey, vclleybaII , basketball an d softba ll, the girls were led to nu merous vict ories with the help of their coac hes, Mi ss Knippler and M iss Line. T his veal' th e vol levb all team closed its season with a record of th ree wins a nd one defea t, placin g second in the fina l league playoffs. T he hockey tea m a lso su ffe red a very na rrow loss In th e fina ls, losina to arch riva l Sou th H untington "and came in thi rd in the league pla; offs. The feeling of the girls a t H .B .S . towa rd the hono r team pr og ra m we-re S\ IIl IIllCd u p b y the ren own Fea rsome Fou r. Dec Dec M or ron e , Arle ne F a lco , Ba rbara Fran co, a nd Pa t Van A rsd al l, "T he H on or T eams arc a so u rce of co m pet it io n . Leade rsh ip , and Sport smanship for th e spo rtsminded gi rl :" t re me ly wor t!tw !IIIC'. 10 4 ' lo\J O R ET T ES : FIR ST R OW, S'. Ferraro, ,'. W, S. J ames, P. Eberhard t , K . G0 din . RO S. Ra vin. X. Schaeffer. SECOSD ------::;;:~
I  G IRLS  H O CKEY H O X OR TEA  I  FIRST R OW . A. Falco. P. Van AndaJl , B. Fr an co, L. Sch ofield , C. K ocrnig, J. F...
T his yea r th e sop ho more cla ss of '6i adap ted itself to H .H.S. within a few weeks, and qu ickly became as much a part of Hunti ngton Hi gh as th e mighty j un iors a nd th e mightier seniors. U nder th e leadership of Pr esident Don Go gol, V icc Pr esident Ellen Schoeck , Secreta ry Li z Sophomores Become Part of High School Life Chieffo, Treasurer C hris K ierstcd, and class ad visor Mr. L ange, th e sop hom o re class was ac tive in a lmost e\'cry p hase of scho ol life. Th rou gh out the year th e Sophomo re C ouncil helped sup erv ise a nd pl an suc h ac tivities as th e sopho mo re pl ay in th e p lay fest iva l, the m aki ng of th e superb H omecomi ng float , a nd th e org an iza tion of a highly succ essful school dan ce . There can be no doubt tha t th e class of 1967 has star ted payin g the w ay to a successful high scho ol ca reer, The V ibra tion s we re the co re of th e Sophomore floa t a t H omecom ing. SO PHO, lO RE C LASS OFF ICE R S : FIR S T R O W , D . Goge l, E. Sch oeck . S EC· O X D R O W , E . Chieffo, C . K ie rstcd. Sophom ores help d eliver teac hers' m a il b y p lay ing post office. Ne\\'ly arrivi ng Sop h om ores hunt the lists to find ou t their homerOoms. SO PH O M O RE ST EER ING CO M M ITTEE : FIRS T R OW , P. Stambc rg, R . Ber ma n, B. D em psey, T . Lister , B. Lief, L . Gi ova n ni. SE COND R OW , C . Bcck , E . C la n', C . Tocheu m , J. T ur n . 1 1. M u nha ll, D . Gogel, R . Brown . ·v 109 108
T his yea r th e sop ho more cla ss of  6i adap ted itself to H .H.S. within a few weeks, and qu ickly became as much a pa...
T his yea r th e sop ho more cla ss of '6i adap ted itself to H .H.S. within a few weeks, and qu ickly became as much a part of Hunti ngton Hi gh as th e mighty j un iors a nd th e mightier seniors. U nder th e leadership of Pr esident Don Go gol, V icc Pr esident Ellen Schoeck , Secreta ry Li z Sophomores Become Part of High School Life Chieffo, Treasurer C hris K ierstcd, and class ad visor Mr. L ange, th e sop hom o re class was ac tive in a lmost e\'cry p hase of scho ol life. Th rou gh out the year th e Sophomo re C ouncil helped sup erv ise a nd pl an suc h ac tivities as th e sopho mo re pl ay in th e p lay fest iva l, the m aki ng of th e superb H omecomi ng float , a nd th e org an iza tion of a highly succ essful school dan ce . There can be no doubt tha t th e class of 1967 has star ted payin g the w ay to a successful high scho ol ca reer, The V ibra tion s we re the co re of th e Sophomore floa t a t H omecom ing. SO PHO, lO RE C LASS OFF ICE R S : FIR S T R O W , D . Goge l, E. Sch oeck . S EC· O X D R O W , E . Chieffo, C . K ie rstcd. Sophom ores help d eliver teac hers' m a il b y p lay ing post office. Ne\\'ly arrivi ng Sop h om ores hunt the lists to find ou t their homerOoms. SO PH O M O RE ST EER ING CO M M ITTEE : FIRS T R OW , P. Stambc rg, R . Ber ma n, B. D em psey, T . Lister , B. Lief, L . Gi ova n ni. SE COND R OW , C . Bcck , E . C la n', C . Tocheu m , J. T ur n . 1 1. M u nha ll, D . Gogel, R . Brown . ·v 109 108
T his yea r th e sop ho more cla ss of  6i adap ted itself to H .H.S. within a few weeks, and qu ickly became as much a pa...
You won't let th at m ean old lion hurt me , will you? H a nd les, ha nd les, cve rywhc re a nd o n ly one to pu ll. Sophomores Interpret Shakespeare L eo th e L io n makes a pit sto p for repai rs. W hy can' t J wea r thi s dress to the J u n ior Pr om ?
You won t let th at m ean old lion hurt me , will you   H a nd les, ha nd les, cve rywhc re a nd o n ly one to pu ll.  Sop...
You won't let th at m ean old lion hurt me , will you? H a nd les, ha nd les, cve rywhc re a nd o n ly one to pu ll. Sophomores Interpret Shakespeare L eo th e L io n makes a pit sto p for repai rs. W hy can' t J wea r thi s dress to the J u n ior Pr om ?
You won t let th at m ean old lion hurt me , will you   H a nd les, ha nd les, cve rywhc re a nd o n ly one to pu ll.  Sop...
. . . ... .JL::'\I ORS A RE YO U WI TH L:S ' YEAH ;\·IAN !! Abound ing with school a nd class spirit , th e cla ss of '66 eage rly set to work on th e first major a ctivi ty of th e schoo l yea r, the Fa ll Pla y Festiva l. Under the di rection of )"'1iss Moor eh ead, th e Junior ac to rs and act resses presented an ex cellent rendition of the first act of J ea n Giraudoux 's "T he M ad wo man of C ha illot." \ \' ith overw he lmi ng support, th e Juniors sold th e largest amo u n t of ticket s in scho o l, to pl ace them in second .p lacc, losing to the Seniors on ly by a " cry narrow margin . In February, th e Juni or class sponso red a vc ry suc cessfu l " C u p id's Caper," the V al. cntinc' s dance. .- ;.,; .. . .}"J..!o . ~: . d I " C a r o f T omor row : ' The '66 en t ry to the H om ecoming Pa ra e wa s t 1C • '66 Strives to Make Its N arne Known J un ior s stud )' like the d icke ns. J UXIOR CLASS OFFICERS : FIRST RO W, T . Rotella , L . Carino. S ECOND R OW, 1· C hap man , B. Con roy. Ju niors learn h o w to be "s qu a re" d a ncer s. o IV 5 Bubbcrs K . Godde, S. Barnett, K . Pu hle, D. K oa lJU N IOR COUNC IL : FIRST ,R ~I S \,; Ie T . Rotella. age , A. Miller. SEC OND RO il. R. .L a tcr, "o. , i 113
. . . ... .JL    I ORS A RE YO U WI TH L S   YEAH     IAN    Abound ing with school a nd class spirit , th e cla ss of  66...
. . . ... .JL::'\I ORS A RE YO U WI TH L:S ' YEAH ;\·IAN !! Abound ing with school a nd class spirit , th e cla ss of '66 eage rly set to work on th e first major a ctivi ty of th e schoo l yea r, the Fa ll Pla y Festiva l. Under the di rection of )"'1iss Moor eh ead, th e Junior ac to rs and act resses presented an ex cellent rendition of the first act of J ea n Giraudoux 's "T he M ad wo man of C ha illot." \ \' ith overw he lmi ng support, th e Juniors sold th e largest amo u n t of ticket s in scho o l, to pl ace them in second .p lacc, losing to the Seniors on ly by a " cry narrow margin . In February, th e Juni or class sponso red a vc ry suc cessfu l " C u p id's Caper," the V al. cntinc' s dance. .- ;.,; .. . .}"J..!o . ~: . d I " C a r o f T omor row : ' The '66 en t ry to the H om ecoming Pa ra e wa s t 1C • '66 Strives to Make Its N arne Known J un ior s stud )' like the d icke ns. J UXIOR CLASS OFFICERS : FIRST RO W, T . Rotella , L . Carino. S ECOND R OW, 1· C hap man , B. Con roy. Ju niors learn h o w to be "s qu a re" d a ncer s. o IV 5 Bubbcrs K . Godde, S. Barnett, K . Pu hle, D. K oa lJU N IOR COUNC IL : FIRST ,R ~I S \,; Ie T . Rotella. age , A. Miller. SEC OND RO il. R. .L a tcr, "o. , i 113
. . . ... .JL    I ORS A RE YO U WI TH L S   YEAH     IAN    Abound ing with school a nd class spirit , th e cla ss of  66...
B udding Actors Enhance the Junior Production M ore than fifty J uni ors pooled talent , energ)' and en thusiasm to pu t "T he M ad woma n of C hai llot" before the judges of th e Play Festival on No vembe r 6 and 7. M iss M o rehead was .the faculty ad visor, Mr. Thomas supervised prod uctio n, and M r. \ ViIls managed the business opera tion. Lead ing roles were performed by Jackic Elliott , Mi ke Broderick, and Wayne Brusseau , but the ou tstanding clement of the produ ction was teamwork, participation , and class sp irit. T he Ju niors will make their presen ce felt next yea r, after this e vidence of their fine class cffc rt . 115 1 14
B udding Actors Enhance the Junior Production  M ore than fifty J uni ors pooled talent , energ   and en thusiasm to pu t ...
B udding Actors Enhance the Junior Production M ore than fifty J uni ors pooled talent , energ)' and en thusiasm to pu t "T he M ad woma n of C hai llot" before the judges of th e Play Festival on No vembe r 6 and 7. M iss M o rehead was .the faculty ad visor, Mr. Thomas supervised prod uctio n, and M r. \ ViIls managed the business opera tion. Lead ing roles were performed by Jackic Elliott , Mi ke Broderick, and Wayne Brusseau , but the ou tstanding clement of the produ ction was teamwork, participation , and class sp irit. T he Ju niors will make their presen ce felt next yea r, after this e vidence of their fine class cffc rt . 115 1 14
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the Senior's Year to Shine SE N IOR C LASS O F F ICER S : J, Fu sa ro, Treasure r ; C, Kocmig, Secret ary, D , Blom , Vi ce Pr esident , D D ransfield, Pr esid ent. SE:-I IOR STEER ING CO MM IT T EE : FIRST R OW, J. Verd olino, D . Blom , C. K ocrnig, J. Fusaro, D . D ran sfield , B. Ki rshenba um - SEC OND R O W, S. Ti lden, K . Wrigh t, E . L ister . L. Becker, S. Chaffey, L . Craft, C. Kn uth. TH IR D R OW : D . Hickey. ~1. ~1cD a niel. L. Mohle nhoff, P. Fiel d . J. Acker ma n. J. R eis. Na t iona l Merit L ett er o f Accom modari o -ts : FIR ST RO W , D . M oo re, H . Novick , G . O lson , E. K au fm a n, S . H ip pe, J. T ha tcher, P. G ibl in . SECOND R OW, D . Lq rvc , J. R cis, Mr. Albert R osen is the Sen ior C lass Ad vise r. A. H yatt , R. K lalfka . T H IRD R OW . W. S now, E. Muth , Dr. D ransfield R . Blom . ' D . Smi th a nd K . K u rsha n rccci ve Na tio na l Merit Semi -Finali sts cert ifica tes. ;-.iAT IO:-lAL HO:-lOR SOC IET Y: FIRST RO W, H. Xovick, K. Monroig, C. Knuth. C. u va , G, Wright, P. Eley, :0-:. R itzert, K . K u rsha n, ] . Hippe, C. Champney. J . Tha tcher. E. Liste r, E . K aufma n. S ECO X D ROW, D . Blom , R . O 'Brien, S. Sussner, S. Gross, R. Grosso, M . Da velle, L . Fau , C . G ray, P. Ard olin o, S. C olovin , L . Va squ ez, J. Goldberg, L. Schofield . T HIRD ROW, L. Berg, D. Moore, W. Maguire, G . J acobsen. E. ~hlt h . ~1. Wolly. J . K laffky, G. O lson, D. R ink , P. Ir eland, P. Feld , P. Clark , J. Daid ola . L. Steeger, W. Snow. 1 D. Wilber, D. Dra nsfield. T OP T WE;-.iTY SCHOLASTIC SE:-IIORS. FIRST R OW ' P. Ireland " J Klalfky, L . SIcgcr, W:\I . G . . ag u rre , . Olso n, R . O 'Brien, ' V. Sn ow , R . Blom. SECO N D R O W : E . K a u lma n S S K h ' . u ss- , r. ncr, . \ ~I g t , ~ . ? o ldb er g: J . T ha tcher, C . Champney , N . R itzert, K . Ku rsh a n, G . J acobsen, L . Berg, D . R in k. M issing : E. L ister. 119 0/
the Senior s Year  to Shine  SE N IOR C LASS O F F ICER S   J, Fu sa ro, Treasure r   C, Kocmig, Secret ary, D , Blom , Vi...
the Senior's Year to Shine SE N IOR C LASS O F F ICER S : J, Fu sa ro, Treasure r ; C, Kocmig, Secret ary, D , Blom , Vi ce Pr esident , D D ransfield, Pr esid ent. SE:-I IOR STEER ING CO MM IT T EE : FIRST R OW, J. Verd olino, D . Blom , C. K ocrnig, J. Fusaro, D . D ran sfield , B. Ki rshenba um - SEC OND R O W, S. Ti lden, K . Wrigh t, E . L ister . L. Becker, S. Chaffey, L . Craft, C. Kn uth. TH IR D R OW : D . Hickey. ~1. ~1cD a niel. L. Mohle nhoff, P. Fiel d . J. Acker ma n. J. R eis. Na t iona l Merit L ett er o f Accom modari o -ts : FIR ST RO W , D . M oo re, H . Novick , G . O lson , E. K au fm a n, S . H ip pe, J. T ha tcher, P. G ibl in . SECOND R OW, D . Lq rvc , J. R cis, Mr. Albert R osen is the Sen ior C lass Ad vise r. A. H yatt , R. K lalfka . T H IRD R OW . W. S now, E. Muth , Dr. D ransfield R . Blom . ' D . Smi th a nd K . K u rsha n rccci ve Na tio na l Merit Semi -Finali sts cert ifica tes. ;-.iAT IO:-lAL HO:-lOR SOC IET Y: FIRST RO W, H. Xovick, K. Monroig, C. Knuth. C. u va , G, Wright, P. Eley, :0-:. R itzert, K . K u rsha n, ] . Hippe, C. Champney. J . Tha tcher. E. Liste r, E . K aufma n. S ECO X D ROW, D . Blom , R . O 'Brien, S. Sussner, S. Gross, R. Grosso, M . Da velle, L . Fau , C . G ray, P. Ard olin o, S. C olovin , L . Va squ ez, J. Goldberg, L. Schofield . T HIRD ROW, L. Berg, D. Moore, W. Maguire, G . J acobsen. E. ~hlt h . ~1. Wolly. J . K laffky, G. O lson, D. R ink , P. Ir eland, P. Feld , P. Clark , J. Daid ola . L. Steeger, W. Snow. 1 D. Wilber, D. Dra nsfield. T OP T WE;-.iTY SCHOLASTIC SE:-IIORS. FIRST R OW ' P. Ireland " J Klalfky, L . SIcgcr, W:\I . G . . ag u rre , . Olso n, R . O 'Brien, ' V. Sn ow , R . Blom. SECO N D R O W : E . K a u lma n S S K h ' . u ss- , r. ncr, . \ ~I g t , ~ . ? o ldb er g: J . T ha tcher, C . Champney , N . R itzert, K . Ku rsh a n, G . J acobsen, L . Berg, D . R in k. M issing : E. L ister. 119 0/
the Senior s Year  to Shine  SE N IOR C LASS O F F ICER S   J, Fu sa ro, Treasure r   C, Kocmig, Secret ary, D , Blom , Vi...
Seniors Conquer Play F estival T he darkness of fear dom ina tes th e stage for the C lass of '65 in this presentation of "T he Fall of the City" by Archibald M acL eish . Wi th th e a id of Joan M an kin, the o mnipresent student director, and Elizabeth Burke, the hard-working stage manager, the play won first prize for com petiti on in sales prog rams, stage work, and acting. T hus, the Seniors pull th rough wi th anot her victo ry.
Seniors Conquer Play F estival  T he darkness of fear dom ina tes th e stage for the C lass of  65 in this presentation of...
Seniors Conquer Play F estival T he darkness of fear dom ina tes th e stage for the C lass of '65 in this presentation of "T he Fall of the City" by Archibald M acL eish . Wi th th e a id of Joan M an kin, the o mnipresent student director, and Elizabeth Burke, the hard-working stage manager, the play won first prize for com petiti on in sales prog rams, stage work, and acting. T hus, the Seniors pull th rough wi th anot her victo ry.
Seniors Conquer Play F estival  T he darkness of fear dom ina tes th e stage for the C lass of  65 in this presentation of...
5 c : , . . . exc hange the la test gossip ., . da -d rearn, horse around, an d attemp ) . wor ry ab ou t ge tting accepted to colleges . What did it mean to be Senior in 1965 ? I t mea nt the end of a long trail of accomplishment of work and worry, of fun and growth. We could look back on ou r victories in the Play Festival, the Homecoming, and Sports Night, and on college applications and Senior privileges. Beh ind us were many triumph s (and a few losses) ; a year of friendships and intellectual challenge. We cannot pred ict the future, but for all the years at Hun tington Hi gh- TH EY W ER E GREAT ! 123 122 ill the Senior Court)·ard. - t to stud)' in Honor Stud)' Halls.
5 c     , . . . exc hange the la test gossip  ., .  da -d rearn, horse around, an d attemp    . wor ry ab ou t ge tting ac...
5 c : , . . . exc hange the la test gossip ., . da -d rearn, horse around, an d attemp ) . wor ry ab ou t ge tting accepted to colleges . What did it mean to be Senior in 1965 ? I t mea nt the end of a long trail of accomplishment of work and worry, of fun and growth. We could look back on ou r victories in the Play Festival, the Homecoming, and Sports Night, and on college applications and Senior privileges. Beh ind us were many triumph s (and a few losses) ; a year of friendships and intellectual challenge. We cannot pred ict the future, but for all the years at Hun tington Hi gh- TH EY W ER E GREAT ! 123 122 ill the Senior Court)·ard. - t to stud)' in Honor Stud)' Halls.
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J OH:-; ABAL DO J EFFR EY ACK ER :>IAN Foot ball Ma nager 2 ' V arsity Football :\[anage~ 3,4 ; ].V. La Cr osse 2 : Intramural s 2,3 ,4; Stage C rew 2, 3,4 ; K ey Clu b 4 ; G .O . Rep resentative -1- ; G.O. A lternate 2,3; Sop homore C ouncil 2 ; J unior Coun cil 3 ; Senior Stee ri ng Comm ittee 4 j D eba te C lub 2 ; Senior Privilegc Committee 4. r.v. IT T A ABRA:>IO W ITZ K.·\ T HLEE:-; A HEAR:-; F.:-;.A. R OS E~I A RY I CA ROL ALi PE RT I I n tra m u ra ls 2,3. LA W R ENC E ARC HE R Aud io-visua l 2,3 ,4. PHYLL IS ARD OL IN? . G .O. R ep resen ta tive _,3: I n t ra m u ral s 2,3,4 ; :\ .F.S. 4 , Nation al H onor Socicty -l- RO BE RT ALESS IO j .v . Fo otba ll 2 ; j .v , LaC rosse 2 ; V a rsity Football 3,4 ; Va rsity Le Crosse 3,4. W AY:-;E ALLISON J.V. Foot hall 2 ; I n tramurals 2 ~ A : T ra ck 2 ; Gy m nastics 2,3. SALVATORE ·\ ~ fRR O S I O Foot ba ll 2,3 ; Bascbal l 2,4; I nt ra m u ra ls 2,3 . ROBERT A~ IES J .V . Football 2 : V a rsity Footba ll 3,4; Trac k 2,3. RA LPH A1\:-IU:-;ZIATA Int ram ur als 2,3 ,4. H EL EN ARGASINSK I SUS AN AU SER EHL Yea rbook Business Staff . -l : Et C et era 4 ; Pla y Fest iva l 3,4. AL\:-; ASHLEY I n tera ct 3.4: D eba te Club 4. Secreta ry of : Et Ce tera of : J.V. T ennis 2 : J.\ ". Fencin g 3: Fencing -l : I n tramura Is 2,3 ,";: Ban d 2,3,4. MARK BANKS JAN ICE BACH EVE LYN AS H LE Y Ch oir 2,3,4 ; Choral Art s 2, 3,4. 125 t 24 J OH N AQ 1..'ILLA T rack 2 ; l nt ra murals 2. A:-;1\U1\Z I.·\ TA I ru ra m ural s 2.3. JAMES ALiPERT I PATRICIA AL BIN THO~IA S A"TOR INO Yca rhoClk Business Staff 4; Ski Club 3. GLENN ARB O:-;IES Yea rbook Art Sta ff 3 A . C oedi tor -l : T ra ck 3A : K ey Club -l : Basketball M anag er 2.3A : I mrarn urals 2.3. 4: Math Club 3A: Math a Lea gue 4 : Pla y Festiv l 2. 3..l . ~
J OH -  ABAL DO  J EFFR EY ACK ER   IAN Foot ball Ma nager 2   V arsity Football    anage  3,4    .V. La Cr osse 2   Intra...
J OH:-; ABAL DO J EFFR EY ACK ER :>IAN Foot ball Ma nager 2 ' V arsity Football :\[anage~ 3,4 ; ].V. La Cr osse 2 : Intramural s 2,3 ,4; Stage C rew 2, 3,4 ; K ey Clu b 4 ; G .O . Rep resentative -1- ; G.O. A lternate 2,3; Sop homore C ouncil 2 ; J unior Coun cil 3 ; Senior Stee ri ng Comm ittee 4 j D eba te C lub 2 ; Senior Privilegc Committee 4. r.v. IT T A ABRA:>IO W ITZ K.·\ T HLEE:-; A HEAR:-; F.:-;.A. R OS E~I A RY I CA ROL ALi PE RT I I n tra m u ra ls 2,3. LA W R ENC E ARC HE R Aud io-visua l 2,3 ,4. PHYLL IS ARD OL IN? . G .O. R ep resen ta tive _,3: I n t ra m u ral s 2,3,4 ; :\ .F.S. 4 , Nation al H onor Socicty -l- RO BE RT ALESS IO j .v . Fo otba ll 2 ; j .v , LaC rosse 2 ; V a rsity Football 3,4 ; Va rsity Le Crosse 3,4. W AY:-;E ALLISON J.V. Foot hall 2 ; I n tramurals 2 ~ A : T ra ck 2 ; Gy m nastics 2,3. SALVATORE ·\ ~ fRR O S I O Foot ba ll 2,3 ; Bascbal l 2,4; I nt ra m u ra ls 2,3 . ROBERT A~ IES J .V . Football 2 : V a rsity Footba ll 3,4; Trac k 2,3. RA LPH A1\:-IU:-;ZIATA Int ram ur als 2,3 ,4. H EL EN ARGASINSK I SUS AN AU SER EHL Yea rbook Business Staff . -l : Et C et era 4 ; Pla y Fest iva l 3,4. AL\:-; ASHLEY I n tera ct 3.4: D eba te Club 4. Secreta ry of : Et Ce tera of : J.V. T ennis 2 : J.\ ". Fencin g 3: Fencing -l : I n tramura Is 2,3 ,";: Ban d 2,3,4. MARK BANKS JAN ICE BACH EVE LYN AS H LE Y Ch oir 2,3,4 ; Choral Art s 2, 3,4. 125 t 24 J OH N AQ 1..'ILLA T rack 2 ; l nt ra murals 2. A:-;1\U1\Z I.·\ TA I ru ra m ural s 2.3. JAMES ALiPERT I PATRICIA AL BIN THO~IA S A"TOR INO Yca rhoClk Business Staff 4; Ski Club 3. GLENN ARB O:-;IES Yea rbook Art Sta ff 3 A . C oedi tor -l : T ra ck 3A : K ey Club -l : Basketball M anag er 2.3A : I mrarn urals 2.3. 4: Math Club 3A: Math a Lea gue 4 : Pla y Festiv l 2. 3..l . ~
J OH -  ABAL DO  J EFFR EY ACK ER   IAN Foot ball Ma nager 2   V arsity Football    anage  3,4    .V. La Cr osse 2   Intra...
:-'I lC HAE L BAR O"E j .v . Foot ba ll 2 ; Va rsity Foo tba ll 3; ].V . Le C rc ssc 2 ; Int ra m ura ls 2; Pa rking LOI Co mmittee 3: G.O . Representa tive 3. LA WRENC E BERG J .V . Ba sket ball 2 ; Vars ity Basketba ll 3,4 ; Varsity Socce r 3,4; K ey C lub 3,+; D ebate C lu b 2 : Nat iona l H onor Society 3,4; · G .O . Represent ativc 4 ; D omest ic Exchange 3; Li brary Aides 3,4; H ono r Pa ss C ommittee 4: Pa rk ing Lot Comm ittee 3 ; Yearbook Lite ra ry Staff , S por ts Editor R A Y~ I ON D BENZA RAO U L BATAL LE R . Tra ck 2 ; Debate Cl ub 2,3,4, Sec ret ary 3, President 4 : E t Cc t,:ra 4; Sha~ cspca rc Pia)" Festival 3 : Sen ior Class Pla y Ll L L IA:'i BAUE RLE F.T.A. 2,4: I nt ra m ura ls 2, 3, 4 : Pla y Fest iva l 2. ~. RA Y:-'IO" D BAU :-' I GARY BERGM AN Football 2: j .v. La C rosse 2; V a rsity La C rosse 2,3,4 ; Boys' Sports 2,3,+. j .v, ~. WILLI.·UI BAU:-'llL L ER T ennis 2,3 ,4 : I nt ra murals 2,3,4. L YN N E BAUR Sophom ore C ou ncil RO Y B E S ~ I O:-lD Fencing 3. 2: Arista 3,4 ; J unior C ouncil 3 ; H onor DI AN E BAYLI S Devil's M ir ro r St aff 4. Pass C om m itt ee 2 ; Yea rbook Business Staff RAY M O ND BEA UFR E RE 3,4: C ho ir 2,3 ,4 ; Pla y Festival 2,3 ; Sp ring Pla y Prod uction 3 : D cvil's Mirro r Staff 4. MAR ITA BE RK ENKAM P Intram ur als 3,4 j H ospit al ity C lub 4. x rxr BESS EL L I ntra mura ls 2,4 ; H onor Pass Com mi ttee 2 : A.F.S. 4 : Art Stud io 4. K ENN ETH BERTI NO Varsit y C ross Co untry 2,3,4, C o-Capta in 4 ; Win ter T rack 2,3 ; Varsity Track 2,3,4 ; I nt ra m u ra ls 3,4. SUS AN BISH O P MA R ION BECK Yearbook Li t. StafT 2.3,4 : Lib ra ry A ides 2.1.4 : Et C I'f(' ra -1 : Library C ou n ci l 4 . M AR SH A BECK Da n:c Ba nd 2 : A Ca ppe lla C hoi r 3,4 - Yea rhook l it Staff 2,3,4.' ' . 126 LI NDA BECK ER A Cappella C ho ir 3,4 : Yea rhook Ar t S ta fT -} : A.f.S. 4 : Intr amur a ls 3... ; G .O . Represent a tive 2. Alternat e 3 : Pep Cluh 2 : Senior Steeri ng C omm itt ee 4 : C ho ra l Arts Enscrnhlo ·1. FRA NC ES BIFULCO THOMAS BELMONT LORETTA BI FULCO Libra ry Aides 2 : A.F.S. ~ : C hoir 4. 127 LORR AI NE BIFULCO Lib rar y Aides 2: F.N.A. 2,4 ; In tr amurals 2 ; A.F.S. 4.
 - I lC HAE L BAR O E j .v . Foot ba ll 2   Va rsity Foo tba ll 3   .V . Le C rc ssc 2   Int ra m ura ls 2  Pa rking LOI C...
:-'I lC HAE L BAR O"E j .v . Foot ba ll 2 ; Va rsity Foo tba ll 3; ].V . Le C rc ssc 2 ; Int ra m ura ls 2; Pa rking LOI Co mmittee 3: G.O . Representa tive 3. LA WRENC E BERG J .V . Ba sket ball 2 ; Vars ity Basketba ll 3,4 ; Varsity Socce r 3,4; K ey C lub 3,+; D ebate C lu b 2 : Nat iona l H onor Society 3,4; · G .O . Represent ativc 4 ; D omest ic Exchange 3; Li brary Aides 3,4; H ono r Pa ss C ommittee 4: Pa rk ing Lot Comm ittee 3 ; Yearbook Lite ra ry Staff , S por ts Editor R A Y~ I ON D BENZA RAO U L BATAL LE R . Tra ck 2 ; Debate Cl ub 2,3,4, Sec ret ary 3, President 4 : E t Cc t,:ra 4; Sha~ cspca rc Pia)" Festival 3 : Sen ior Class Pla y Ll L L IA:'i BAUE RLE F.T.A. 2,4: I nt ra m ura ls 2, 3, 4 : Pla y Fest iva l 2. ~. RA Y:-'IO" D BAU :-' I GARY BERGM AN Football 2: j .v. La C rosse 2; V a rsity La C rosse 2,3,4 ; Boys' Sports 2,3,+. j .v, ~. WILLI.·UI BAU:-'llL L ER T ennis 2,3 ,4 : I nt ra murals 2,3,4. L YN N E BAUR Sophom ore C ou ncil RO Y B E S ~ I O:-lD Fencing 3. 2: Arista 3,4 ; J unior C ouncil 3 ; H onor DI AN E BAYLI S Devil's M ir ro r St aff 4. Pass C om m itt ee 2 ; Yea rbook Business Staff RAY M O ND BEA UFR E RE 3,4: C ho ir 2,3 ,4 ; Pla y Festival 2,3 ; Sp ring Pla y Prod uction 3 : D cvil's Mirro r Staff 4. MAR ITA BE RK ENKAM P Intram ur als 3,4 j H ospit al ity C lub 4. x rxr BESS EL L I ntra mura ls 2,4 ; H onor Pass Com mi ttee 2 : A.F.S. 4 : Art Stud io 4. K ENN ETH BERTI NO Varsit y C ross Co untry 2,3,4, C o-Capta in 4 ; Win ter T rack 2,3 ; Varsity Track 2,3,4 ; I nt ra m u ra ls 3,4. SUS AN BISH O P MA R ION BECK Yearbook Li t. StafT 2.3,4 : Lib ra ry A ides 2.1.4 : Et C I'f(' ra -1 : Library C ou n ci l 4 . M AR SH A BECK Da n:c Ba nd 2 : A Ca ppe lla C hoi r 3,4 - Yea rhook l it Staff 2,3,4.' ' . 126 LI NDA BECK ER A Cappella C ho ir 3,4 : Yea rhook Ar t S ta fT -} : A.f.S. 4 : Intr amur a ls 3... ; G .O . Represent a tive 2. Alternat e 3 : Pep Cluh 2 : Senior Steeri ng C omm itt ee 4 : C ho ra l Arts Enscrnhlo ·1. FRA NC ES BIFULCO THOMAS BELMONT LORETTA BI FULCO Libra ry Aides 2 : A.F.S. ~ : C hoir 4. 127 LORR AI NE BIFULCO Lib rar y Aides 2: F.N.A. 2,4 ; In tr amurals 2 ; A.F.S. 4.
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~ r ARY RI CH ARD BLI ZZARD ' Vrcstling 2 ; Stage Crev.. 2. , J OH:-i BODl:-iE La C rosse 2 ; LaC ro sse 3,4 j Soc.eer 2,3,4 ;. G .O . R ep rcse n ta uve 2, 1 rcasurcr 3 Pre sid ent 4; K ey C lub 2,3,.1:' J. V . R ICHARD BLOM Foothall 3,4 ; La C rosse 34 C lass V ice -P reside n t 4 ' Na~ tional Honor Society ' 3,4 : G .O. R epresen tative ·L Hon~ or Pass Com mittee 4 ;" Band 3 ; Dan ce Ba nd 3,4 ' K ey C lub 4 ; D om estic Exch an ge Stud ent 3. Band 2,3,'1. RICHARD BO UDR IA Track 3; Wrestlin g 4 ; G .O . Representat ive 4 ' Ste erin g Com mittee 4 ; I o te'r act 4 . BAR BARA BOI'AV ITO F .X .A . C lub 2,3 : Yearbook Busin ess Staff 3 : C ho ir 4 ; Pla y Fest iva l 4. I n tra m u ra ls Team 3,.1. RANNEY BRO .. DFOOT \ I ntra murals 2,3·l : Yearbook Bus Staff ·l ; A.F.S. ·l; Senior P Ia)' 4 . R ICHARD BUERGER J.V. Football 2; Wre stling 3,.l ; I nt ramurals 2,3,4-: K ey Cl ub 3,4- ; Devil' s M irr or Staff 4- ; Libra ry Aides 3,4- . CHARLES BURNS I n tra mu ra ls 3,4 ; Band 2,3,4. MAR IE BRADY E LI ZABETH BURKE I n tra m u ra ls 2,3,4 ; Ye arbook Lit. Staff 4 ; Spring Production 3; Pla y Fe stiva l 4 ; Pep Club 3 ; E t Ce tera 4 ; Devil' s Mi rror Lit er ary Staff 3,4. LORRAI:-iE BO UDR JA Gymnastics 2 : j .v. Ch ee r Lead er 2,3 ; H onor team s 2 3,4 ; I n t ra m u ra ls 2,3,4. ' HELEN BRANIGAN In I' , I m B t rarnu rals 2 · T W . Tli g 3· ow m g CIllb 4. . , TERR EN C E BRADY I m ramural s : W rcstlin g : G .O . R ep resen ta tive . DONA LD BREDES J-V . T enni s 2; T ennis 3,4 ; Sophom ore Counci l 2 : Jun ior Counc-il 3 : G .O . R epresen ta tive 2 ; D cvil 's Mirror St aff 2,3 ,+, Feature Edi tor + Et C et era 3 ; Pla y Fes.; t ~va l 2,3 ,4 : S prin g Produ ction 2,3 ,+ : Th espi an s 3,4 : Pla y Select ion Co mmi tte e 3,4 ; Sha kcspr-arr- Festival 3 : I n t ra m u ral s 2,3 ,4. PATRICK BUR GE BRUNO 2,3,4; Honor ROBERT BUTZ I ntr amu rals 2. STEPHEN BUSC H J ANI C E CANCELLIERI In tra mura ls 2. W IL LIAM BREV DA Ba nd 2,3 ,4 : Wrestl ing 2,3 ,4 . DONNA CAR ICO LA I nt ramu ra ls 2,3 ; Honor team 3. K EV IN CA LLA HA N In t ra mu ra ls 2,3. 129 128 STA NLEY CARLSSON Wrestling 2,3,.l ; J. V. LaC rosse 2.
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~ r ARY RI CH ARD BLI ZZARD ' Vrcstling 2 ; Stage Crev.. 2. , J OH:-i BODl:-iE La C rosse 2 ; LaC ro sse 3,4 j Soc.eer 2,3,4 ;. G .O . R ep rcse n ta uve 2, 1 rcasurcr 3 Pre sid ent 4; K ey C lub 2,3,.1:' J. V . R ICHARD BLOM Foothall 3,4 ; La C rosse 34 C lass V ice -P reside n t 4 ' Na~ tional Honor Society ' 3,4 : G .O. R epresen tative ·L Hon~ or Pass Com mittee 4 ;" Band 3 ; Dan ce Ba nd 3,4 ' K ey C lub 4 ; D om estic Exch an ge Stud ent 3. Band 2,3,'1. RICHARD BO UDR IA Track 3; Wrestlin g 4 ; G .O . Representat ive 4 ' Ste erin g Com mittee 4 ; I o te'r act 4 . BAR BARA BOI'AV ITO F .X .A . C lub 2,3 : Yearbook Busin ess Staff 3 : C ho ir 4 ; Pla y Fest iva l 4. I n tra m u ra ls Team 3,.1. RANNEY BRO .. DFOOT \ I ntra murals 2,3·l : Yearbook Bus Staff ·l ; A.F.S. ·l; Senior P Ia)' 4 . R ICHARD BUERGER J.V. Football 2; Wre stling 3,.l ; I nt ramurals 2,3,4-: K ey Cl ub 3,4- ; Devil' s M irr or Staff 4- ; Libra ry Aides 3,4- . CHARLES BURNS I n tra mu ra ls 3,4 ; Band 2,3,4. MAR IE BRADY E LI ZABETH BURKE I n tra m u ra ls 2,3,4 ; Ye arbook Lit. Staff 4 ; Spring Production 3; Pla y Fe stiva l 4 ; Pep Club 3 ; E t Ce tera 4 ; Devil' s Mi rror Lit er ary Staff 3,4. LORRAI:-iE BO UDR JA Gymnastics 2 : j .v. Ch ee r Lead er 2,3 ; H onor team s 2 3,4 ; I n t ra m u ra ls 2,3,4. ' HELEN BRANIGAN In I' , I m B t rarnu rals 2 · T W . Tli g 3· ow m g CIllb 4. . , TERR EN C E BRADY I m ramural s : W rcstlin g : G .O . R ep resen ta tive . DONA LD BREDES J-V . T enni s 2; T ennis 3,4 ; Sophom ore Counci l 2 : Jun ior Counc-il 3 : G .O . R epresen ta tive 2 ; D cvil 's Mirror St aff 2,3 ,+, Feature Edi tor + Et C et era 3 ; Pla y Fes.; t ~va l 2,3 ,4 : S prin g Produ ction 2,3 ,+ : Th espi an s 3,4 : Pla y Select ion Co mmi tte e 3,4 ; Sha kcspr-arr- Festival 3 : I n t ra m u ral s 2,3 ,4. PATRICK BUR GE BRUNO 2,3,4; Honor ROBERT BUTZ I ntr amu rals 2. STEPHEN BUSC H J ANI C E CANCELLIERI In tra mura ls 2. W IL LIAM BREV DA Ba nd 2,3 ,4 : Wrestl ing 2,3 ,4 . DONNA CAR ICO LA I nt ramu ra ls 2,3 ; Honor team 3. K EV IN CA LLA HA N In t ra mu ra ls 2,3. 129 128 STA NLEY CARLSSON Wrestling 2,3,.l ; J. V. LaC rosse 2.
  r ARY  RI CH ARD BLI ZZARD   Vrcstling 2   Stage Crev.. 2. ,  J OH -i BODl -iE La C rosse 2   LaC ro sse 3,4 j Soc.eer 2...
LO U IS C EG LIA SUSA:\' C H AF FEY Yearbook Art Sta ff 4 ; C ho ir +; A.F.S. 4 ; In tramu rals :3 4 : G .O . Alt ern a te 3 A : Sen: ior St eer ing C omm ittee Alterna te 4. C AT H ER IN E ~ I A RS H A C H A ~ [ P LI :\' A r t S tu d io 2 ; Yea rboo k Ar t S ta fT 3: I m ra mu rals 4' :\ .F.S. 3,4. ' SH ELD O :\, C H E RV I N C H A ~ I P:-I E Y l n t ra m ur als 2.3A: St udent Lea d ers 2.3A : La t in C luh 3. ·L Presid ent 3: Xa tionn l I-Ioom Soc iety 3.,t: Pla y Fes, tiva l 2A : Sp ring Pro d uction 2 : Band 2,3 ,4: " t Cetera 3 E -l. ' M AR T/:\' A C H ILCOT T F .N.A. 2,3. PATR IC IA C HR ISTI E Library Aides 2,3.4 ; Biology Re search Club 2,3 ; O rches tra 2,3 ,4. GEOF FREY CO LT O:-l W resllin g 2; G. O. Rep resenta t ive 2; Se n ior Ste er ing Commi ncc .J ; Sp ring Prod u ct ion 3 ,4 ; Pla y Fest ival .J. DA YID COU C HMAN I n tram ur als 2,3. C H R ISTO PH ER CO :-;FO RTI Foorball 2,3A : T ra ck 2.3,·1: ln tr a murals 2,3,-} ; G .O. Representa tive 3. CATHER INE GOUTURE Pep Cl ub 2 ; Play Festival 2,3; Business M anager 2, St age M anager 3 ; T hesp ia n App ren t ices 3 ; A C appella Ch oir 2,3, 4; A.F .S. 3. M ARGAR ETTA C H IE FFO I nt ra mu ra ls 2,3,4 ; A.F .S. 2 3,4; F .T. A. 3,4 ; G .O. Rep: resen tauvc 3,4 ; H onor Teams 2.3 : S tu d e n t Lead ers 3 ,4 : E t C etera 4 : D eba te C lub 2 ; .Folk Singi ng C lub 2 ; Thespia ns 3,4 ; Pa y Festi va l 2,3,4 . N ELSO:-; COOPER GHERYL CO NK L IN F .T.A. 3,4 ; A.F.S. 3,4 : Intramur al s 2,3,4 ; Yea rbook Business S taff -} ; Play Festival 4. MARGARET C R AIG LI NDA C R AFT Pep C lub 2; I n tram ur al Sports 4 ; A.F .S. 4 ; Se nior Steering Com mitte e 4. LI NDA CRON IN ROB ERT C ISNE Y Ba nd 2 : I n tr a mur a ls 2, 3,4; J .V . T ennis 2 : Boys' Spo rts. V IRG IN IA C LA NC Y PETER CLARK ].V. Football 2: Varsity Ba skc tha l, 2.3A: G .O . R eprol scn tanvc 2,3 : I n terac t C lu h 2,3 ,4 : Va rsity Football 3: I n tr a mural s 2. SU SAN C O LOV IN I ntram ura ls 2,3 .4 ; Stud ent Lea d er s 2,3,4 : H ono r 'Tr-am s 2.3,-1: L ibrary A ides 3 : Pla y Fest iva l 2 ; Year book A r t S taff -l : C ho ir 3,'1. H EL EN CRANNA 4; Ame rican Field Se rvice Ex ch a nge S tudent , A.F .S. 4 · C ho ir 4 ' Pla y Festival 4. ' , GER ALD CR ISPIN Spr ing T ra ck 2,3 ,4; Win ter Tra ck 4. I ~ t r a mur a l ~ 13 1 130 GREGORY C RON IN J .V. Footba ll 2 : Varsity Foot hall 3A : T rack 2 : T enn is :{,4 : I m ra mu rals 2.3,4.
LO U IS C EG LIA SUSA    C H AF FEY Yearbook Art Sta ff 4   C ho ir    A.F.S. 4   In tramu rals  3 4   G .O . Alt ern a te...
LO U IS C EG LIA SUSA:\' C H AF FEY Yearbook Art Sta ff 4 ; C ho ir +; A.F.S. 4 ; In tramu rals :3 4 : G .O . Alt ern a te 3 A : Sen: ior St eer ing C omm ittee Alterna te 4. C AT H ER IN E ~ I A RS H A C H A ~ [ P LI :\' A r t S tu d io 2 ; Yea rboo k Ar t S ta fT 3: I m ra mu rals 4' :\ .F.S. 3,4. ' SH ELD O :\, C H E RV I N C H A ~ I P:-I E Y l n t ra m ur als 2.3A: St udent Lea d ers 2.3A : La t in C luh 3. ·L Presid ent 3: Xa tionn l I-Ioom Soc iety 3.,t: Pla y Fes, tiva l 2A : Sp ring Pro d uction 2 : Band 2,3 ,4: " t Cetera 3 E -l. ' M AR T/:\' A C H ILCOT T F .N.A. 2,3. PATR IC IA C HR ISTI E Library Aides 2,3.4 ; Biology Re search Club 2,3 ; O rches tra 2,3 ,4. GEOF FREY CO LT O:-l W resllin g 2; G. O. Rep resenta t ive 2; Se n ior Ste er ing Commi ncc .J ; Sp ring Prod u ct ion 3 ,4 ; Pla y Fest ival .J. DA YID COU C HMAN I n tram ur als 2,3. C H R ISTO PH ER CO :-;FO RTI Foorball 2,3A : T ra ck 2.3,·1: ln tr a murals 2,3,-} ; G .O. Representa tive 3. CATHER INE GOUTURE Pep Cl ub 2 ; Play Festival 2,3; Business M anager 2, St age M anager 3 ; T hesp ia n App ren t ices 3 ; A C appella Ch oir 2,3, 4; A.F .S. 3. M ARGAR ETTA C H IE FFO I nt ra mu ra ls 2,3,4 ; A.F .S. 2 3,4; F .T. A. 3,4 ; G .O. Rep: resen tauvc 3,4 ; H onor Teams 2.3 : S tu d e n t Lead ers 3 ,4 : E t C etera 4 : D eba te C lub 2 ; .Folk Singi ng C lub 2 ; Thespia ns 3,4 ; Pa y Festi va l 2,3,4 . N ELSO:-; COOPER GHERYL CO NK L IN F .T.A. 3,4 ; A.F.S. 3,4 : Intramur al s 2,3,4 ; Yea rbook Business S taff -} ; Play Festival 4. MARGARET C R AIG LI NDA C R AFT Pep C lub 2; I n tram ur al Sports 4 ; A.F .S. 4 ; Se nior Steering Com mitte e 4. LI NDA CRON IN ROB ERT C ISNE Y Ba nd 2 : I n tr a mur a ls 2, 3,4; J .V . T ennis 2 : Boys' Spo rts. V IRG IN IA C LA NC Y PETER CLARK ].V. Football 2: Varsity Ba skc tha l, 2.3A: G .O . R eprol scn tanvc 2,3 : I n terac t C lu h 2,3 ,4 : Va rsity Football 3: I n tr a mural s 2. SU SAN C O LOV IN I ntram ura ls 2,3 .4 ; Stud ent Lea d er s 2,3,4 : H ono r 'Tr-am s 2.3,-1: L ibrary A ides 3 : Pla y Fest iva l 2 ; Year book A r t S taff -l : C ho ir 3,'1. H EL EN CRANNA 4; Ame rican Field Se rvice Ex ch a nge S tudent , A.F .S. 4 · C ho ir 4 ' Pla y Festival 4. ' , GER ALD CR ISPIN Spr ing T ra ck 2,3 ,4; Win ter Tra ck 4. I ~ t r a mur a l ~ 13 1 130 GREGORY C RON IN J .V. Footba ll 2 : Varsity Foot hall 3A : T rack 2 : T enn is :{,4 : I m ra mu rals 2.3,4.
LO U IS C EG LIA SUSA    C H AF FEY Yearbook Art Sta ff 4   C ho ir    A.F.S. 4   In tramu rals  3 4   G .O . Alt ern a te...
BARRY SUS A.'I CR O USE L1LLlA.'I C U IFrO La tin C lub 2,3 ,4 ; C hoir 4 ; Play Festival 2,3. I n tra mu ral s 2 ,3.4 ; A. F.S . .~: Pep C lub 2 ; Business C lub 4 ; G .O . Alternate 3. PAM ELA C ROWTH ER Yearb ook Business Staff 3. D E U T S CH ~l.·\ XX DOROTHY DEMPSEY Li b rary C lub 2.3 : A.F .S. 3.:J: ROBERT CU RTIS Debat e C lu b 3. F.T.:\. .J : S teerin g COIn nllltee -l : In tra m ura ls 2,3,4 ; G .O. Rep resen tative 2.·t PA ULI NE DE PASQ UA LE I n tra m u rn ls 2. R ICHARD DER ICKS O.'l T.V . Cro ss Country 2 : j .v , Baseba ll 2 : j .v . Basket ball ? Basketball 3.4 : T rack 3, ~ ; Interact 3,4; AF .S. 2. ANDREA DANTZLER I n t ram u ral s 3 ,4 ; A.F .S . 4 . JO H N DAlDOLA BO:\'NIE DAVIS LORRA IN E DJ BART OLO G.O. Representati ve 2,3,4 ; I n tra m u ra ls 2,3 ,4 ; Pep C lub 3 ; A.F.S. 4. ROB ERT CU TTY Drama 3,4 ; Slide Rule C lub 4 ; £t . Cetera 4 ; Devil's Mi r ror 4 . MI CH AEL Dl MARCO \I' ALTER Dl XO.'l Boys' Spor ts Club : Sta ge Crew ; Fencing : Prod uctions. Wrestl ing 2 ; Gymnasti cs 4. FLORENCE DIETZ I n tram u rals 2. FAI T H DEER IN G CARO L DOLAN Et. C etera 4 ; Th espian s 3,4 : JOSEPH DAV IS Intramurals 2,3,4. Play Festiva l 2,4 ; In tr am u ra ls 3 ; C hoir 2,3,4 . A.F.S.4. ER IC DEM ARTI NO FR ANK LI N D AV IS D eb a te Club 2 ; Boys Sports C lu h 2 .~, 4 ; Int ra m ural s 2,3 . CANDACE DO WD Ar t Cl ub 2 : Slid e Ru le C lub 2,4. KATHL EEN DO UGH ERTY A.F.S. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,.1 : F.N .A. 2; M od ern Da nce 2: In tr a m urals 2,3,4 ; Play Fes· riva l 4. ior Council 3: SClll? r Council ·1: Class Preside nt of : G .O . Rcpr csen ta !in ' :L 133 132 DO UGLAS DRANSFI ELD K ey Club 2.3.4: J.V . Basketba ll 2: Soccer 3A : Rand 2. 3,4: Dan ce Rand 2:3A: J un-
BARRY  SUS A. I CR O USE  L1LLlA. I C U IFrO  La tin C lub 2,3 ,4   C hoir 4    Play Festival 2,3.  I n tra mu ral s 2 ,3....
BARRY SUS A.'I CR O USE L1LLlA.'I C U IFrO La tin C lub 2,3 ,4 ; C hoir 4 ; Play Festival 2,3. I n tra mu ral s 2 ,3.4 ; A. F.S . .~: Pep C lub 2 ; Business C lub 4 ; G .O . Alternate 3. PAM ELA C ROWTH ER Yearb ook Business Staff 3. D E U T S CH ~l.·\ XX DOROTHY DEMPSEY Li b rary C lub 2.3 : A.F .S. 3.:J: ROBERT CU RTIS Debat e C lu b 3. F.T.:\. .J : S teerin g COIn nllltee -l : In tra m ura ls 2,3,4 ; G .O. Rep resen tative 2.·t PA ULI NE DE PASQ UA LE I n tra m u rn ls 2. R ICHARD DER ICKS O.'l T.V . Cro ss Country 2 : j .v , Baseba ll 2 : j .v . Basket ball ? Basketball 3.4 : T rack 3, ~ ; Interact 3,4; AF .S. 2. ANDREA DANTZLER I n t ram u ral s 3 ,4 ; A.F .S . 4 . JO H N DAlDOLA BO:\'NIE DAVIS LORRA IN E DJ BART OLO G.O. Representati ve 2,3,4 ; I n tra m u ra ls 2,3 ,4 ; Pep C lub 3 ; A.F.S. 4. ROB ERT CU TTY Drama 3,4 ; Slide Rule C lub 4 ; £t . Cetera 4 ; Devil's Mi r ror 4 . MI CH AEL Dl MARCO \I' ALTER Dl XO.'l Boys' Spor ts Club : Sta ge Crew ; Fencing : Prod uctions. Wrestl ing 2 ; Gymnasti cs 4. FLORENCE DIETZ I n tram u rals 2. FAI T H DEER IN G CARO L DOLAN Et. C etera 4 ; Th espian s 3,4 : JOSEPH DAV IS Intramurals 2,3,4. Play Festiva l 2,4 ; In tr am u ra ls 3 ; C hoir 2,3,4 . A.F.S.4. ER IC DEM ARTI NO FR ANK LI N D AV IS D eb a te Club 2 ; Boys Sports C lu h 2 .~, 4 ; Int ra m ural s 2,3 . CANDACE DO WD Ar t Cl ub 2 : Slid e Ru le C lub 2,4. KATHL EEN DO UGH ERTY A.F.S. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,.1 : F.N .A. 2; M od ern Da nce 2: In tr a m urals 2,3,4 ; Play Fes· riva l 4. ior Council 3: SClll? r Council ·1: Class Preside nt of : G .O . Rcpr csen ta !in ' :L 133 132 DO UGLAS DRANSFI ELD K ey Club 2.3.4: J.V . Basketba ll 2: Soccer 3A : Rand 2. 3,4: Dan ce Rand 2:3A: J un-
BARRY  SUS A. I CR O USE  L1LLlA. I C U IFrO  La tin C lub 2,3 ,4   C hoir 4    Play Festival 2,3.  I n tra mu ral s 2 ,3....
ARLE:'iE FALCO Gi rls Student L ea ders 3A: Gi rls Ath le tic C ounc il 4- : Pe p Club 2.3 : I n tra m ura ls 2.3.4 : Hon or T ea m 2.3,4: Fu ture Teach ers of Am er ica 4. GAI L E:'iGELHARDT I nt rnmurals 2.33 : Pcp C lub ~! A RTH A DR ISCOLL I nt ram ura ls 2,3,4; Pep C lub 2 ; A.F.S. 3.4. FA ITH L \ R L DAVID CAT HE R I:'i E DUDECK I nt ra murals 2,3,4 ; Pep C lub 2,3 ; A.F.S. 3. D UHA ~!E La C rosse 2 ; J n tra m u ral s 2, 3. 2.3 : R eta il S tor e 2 : A.F.S . Y{ 'arbook Busin ess Sta ff .~ ; Pla y Fe stival ·L .~ : Gy mna sti cs :l .·t: Li b rary C lu b 2: De ba te C lub 2; Yea r- JA:'i ET ESPR ESSO Band 2.3.4 : F .T. A. 2: I ntramural s 2, " boo k L ite ra ry St a ff 2 A : l ntramu rals 2 .33: D evil s' ~ r i r­ ror St afT 3 ; P lay Fe sti val 4 . GAIL EVA.'iS I n tram u rals 2.3,+; G .~ . Re pr esent a tive . 2 : Senior Stee ring Comm itt ee Alterna te 4-:- A.F .S. -1- : Yca.rbook Business Sta ff 4- : ChOI T -l : PIa )" Festi va l 3. j O A:'>IN FAULHABER GALE EDWARDS D O:'i 'F ELLOWS Boys' Sp orts 2,3,4 ; In tra m urals 2.3 ,4. P A~! ELA EBER HA RDT Ma jo ret te 2,3,+, He ad M aj ore tt e 4 : Fu t ur e Xu rsin g C lu b :2 : I n t ra m u ral s 2 : H ospitali ty C lub 4 ; Play Fest iva l 4 . GEORGE EDWARDS PAUL FELD CHARL ES ECKERT Wre stli ng 2,3,4. MAUREEN FAY Fe ncing 2 ; Et Ce tera 2.3,4 ; F.TA 2,3,4 ; A.F .S. 2,3,4. Basket ball 2.3 : I n tra mur a ls 2.4 : Foot ball Trai ner .3.4 : Dev ils' Mirror 3,4, Business Ma nager 4- . Na tional H onor : Socie ty 4. HELEN FEI NSTE I:'>I Ski C luh 2.4 : A.F.S. 3,4 : I ntramu ra ls 4 . PAMELA ELEY D eb a te Cl ub 2 ; Drama tics C lub 2 : D evi ls' Mirror Litc ra ry Sta fT 2 ; E t C etera 3, 4 ; I n tramural s 2,3 ,4 ; Forum 4 ; National H on or Soc ie ty 4 . NA.'iC Y FERR ARO J EFFR EY EDW AR DS C ross Cou n try 3: M ICHAEL FASSULA J .V . Basket ball 2 ; t n t ra m u ~ ra ls 2. W int er T ra rk 33 : Sp ring Track 3, ·1. BARBARA EHRBAR In tramura ls 2.3 ,4 ; F uture N ur ses 2 : A.F .S . 4 : Pla y Fest ival 4 : Yea rbook L ite rary Sta ff 4 . . jA~IE S JV Gy m na stics -l- . CLAIRE FERRA IOLO H ospi tal ity ral s 2.3. C lub ; I n tra m u- ELIZAB ETH EIS ELE 134 • CARO L FOR ZANO . C heerleade r :l; Va rsity Ch~t'I"l ('adt'r .~; Pcp C luh ~. :l; fn tr a mu ra ls 2.:lA: Spri ng product ion :l: T ale n t . S h l ~\"" 2 ; Thespia n Ap p re n tice 3 ; Ch oir 2.1 A . FERRARO 135
ARLE  iE FALCO Gi rls Student L ea ders 3A  Gi rls Ath le tic C ounc il 4-   Pe p Club 2.3   I n tra m ura ls 2.3.4   Hon ...
ARLE:'iE FALCO Gi rls Student L ea ders 3A: Gi rls Ath le tic C ounc il 4- : Pe p Club 2.3 : I n tra m ura ls 2.3.4 : Hon or T ea m 2.3,4: Fu ture Teach ers of Am er ica 4. GAI L E:'iGELHARDT I nt rnmurals 2.33 : Pcp C lub ~! A RTH A DR ISCOLL I nt ram ura ls 2,3,4; Pep C lub 2 ; A.F.S. 3.4. FA ITH L \ R L DAVID CAT HE R I:'i E DUDECK I nt ra murals 2,3,4 ; Pep C lub 2,3 ; A.F.S. 3. D UHA ~!E La C rosse 2 ; J n tra m u ral s 2, 3. 2.3 : R eta il S tor e 2 : A.F.S . Y{ 'arbook Busin ess Sta ff .~ ; Pla y Fe stival ·L .~ : Gy mna sti cs :l .·t: Li b rary C lu b 2: De ba te C lub 2; Yea r- JA:'i ET ESPR ESSO Band 2.3.4 : F .T. A. 2: I ntramural s 2, " boo k L ite ra ry St a ff 2 A : l ntramu rals 2 .33: D evil s' ~ r i r­ ror St afT 3 ; P lay Fe sti val 4 . GAIL EVA.'iS I n tram u rals 2.3,+; G .~ . Re pr esent a tive . 2 : Senior Stee ring Comm itt ee Alterna te 4-:- A.F .S. -1- : Yca.rbook Business Sta ff 4- : ChOI T -l : PIa )" Festi va l 3. j O A:'>IN FAULHABER GALE EDWARDS D O:'i 'F ELLOWS Boys' Sp orts 2,3,4 ; In tra m urals 2.3 ,4. P A~! ELA EBER HA RDT Ma jo ret te 2,3,+, He ad M aj ore tt e 4 : Fu t ur e Xu rsin g C lu b :2 : I n t ra m u ral s 2 : H ospitali ty C lub 4 ; Play Fest iva l 4 . GEORGE EDWARDS PAUL FELD CHARL ES ECKERT Wre stli ng 2,3,4. MAUREEN FAY Fe ncing 2 ; Et Ce tera 2.3,4 ; F.TA 2,3,4 ; A.F .S. 2,3,4. Basket ball 2.3 : I n tra mur a ls 2.4 : Foot ball Trai ner .3.4 : Dev ils' Mirror 3,4, Business Ma nager 4- . Na tional H onor : Socie ty 4. HELEN FEI NSTE I:'>I Ski C luh 2.4 : A.F.S. 3,4 : I ntramu ra ls 4 . PAMELA ELEY D eb a te Cl ub 2 ; Drama tics C lub 2 : D evi ls' Mirror Litc ra ry Sta fT 2 ; E t C etera 3, 4 ; I n tramural s 2,3 ,4 ; Forum 4 ; National H on or Soc ie ty 4 . NA.'iC Y FERR ARO J EFFR EY EDW AR DS C ross Cou n try 3: M ICHAEL FASSULA J .V . Basket ball 2 ; t n t ra m u ~ ra ls 2. W int er T ra rk 33 : Sp ring Track 3, ·1. BARBARA EHRBAR In tramura ls 2.3 ,4 ; F uture N ur ses 2 : A.F .S . 4 : Pla y Fest ival 4 : Yea rbook L ite rary Sta ff 4 . . jA~IE S JV Gy m na stics -l- . CLAIRE FERRA IOLO H ospi tal ity ral s 2.3. C lub ; I n tra m u- ELIZAB ETH EIS ELE 134 • CARO L FOR ZANO . C heerleade r :l; Va rsity Ch~t'I"l ('adt'r .~; Pcp C luh ~. :l; fn tr a mu ra ls 2.:lA: Spri ng product ion :l: T ale n t . S h l ~\"" 2 ; Thespia n Ap p re n tice 3 ; Ch oir 2.1 A . FERRARO 135
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PEX E E F IELD Yc3.;rbook Business Staff ? 3 Business M a nager 3 ' Y - ' , book L ' , c ar. It<:rary S taff 3.4 Ed itor-in-Chi ef 4- ' F.T :\ ' ? 4, Presid en t ' 3 4-' •• S ff ,3 , · - Ik C \ . " U 0 Edunty Associa tion of Fut ur e ucators 3,4 j Arista 3 -1- ' ~t~?ent ~cadcrs 3,+; A.F:S: d d Sp ring Prod uctio n 3 . S . -. Alt;matc 2,4 ; Sen io; l: en ng C ~)fnm itte c 4- : Devils' )' I Ir :o~ L.ltcrary S taff 3 -I . D ev ils Mi rro r Business Still 3; In tr a m urals 2,3,4. SAND Y FORSYTHE I ntram ura Is 2,3,4. BRI AN FIXERAN AXTHONY FUSARO In tra mura ls 2.3.4 : T .V. Baseball 2 : Va rsity Football 2,3,4 : Capta in of ; B.A.C. 4. RI CHARD FRIEND EDW INA FLAT"~IANX J OHN FUCHS DAVlD FLESCH THOYlAS FORTE J, V. Footb all 2 V . Footb all 34' J V ' ar sJty . . Baske tball 2 V ." 'V aB,ty Basketball 3 4 ' " ~ , J. . aseba ll ? Baseba ll 3,4 ; B.A:i:':. 4V~S1lY R epr esen ta tive 23 ,4 . ' .0 . , W ILLIAM FR AZ IER l rn ra m u rals 23 ' L 'b C lub 2. " I rary I BARBARA FR ANCO nt ra m urals 234 ' H T ea ms 2 ' 3,4 , H.ockey Ho nor " onor T ea rn Cap ra! 4 ' . Club 23 ' G An , Bowling urer 4 .' S t d' .C. 3,4, T reas4 ' u cnt L ead ers ? 3 '. Sec r~tary 4 : Pep C lub-' 2' 3 , Reta il St ore 2 ; F.T. A. 4. ' CHARLES FR ANSSE N wrestling 2 3 4 C lub 2,3,4. ' ,; W restling J UDY FUSAR O Class Treasu rer 3,+; C lass Sc.crctary 2 ; St eerin g Com mlttee. 4 ; Senior Privilege qommltt cc 4 ; J uni or Counell 3 ; Sophomore 2 ; Ar ista 2,3,4 ; G.A.C . 4, Pr esident 4; I n tra mura ls 2.3.4 : H onor T eam s 3,+; A.F.S. 2,3 ,4 ; C I~ss Newspa per 2,3; Devils' Mirro r + J OY GANC MARGAR ET F REE LI N R O BERT FRICKE T raek 2,3. GEORG E FR ICK BOXXIE GALLAT Y Band 2.3-: FT.A. 2,4 : I ntramu rals 2,3,4. NA:'>1CY GALLARO I nt ramurals 2,3 ; Hon or T eam s 2,3. GE RALDINE GAAL Bowl ing C lub 4 ' Ri fle C lub 4 : Sk i C lub 2,3,4 : Librar y Club 3 ; I ntra mura ls 2,3,4. • V FRED GE LING GEO RGE GEIGER T enn is 2.3,4. CH R IST IN E GATTO Pep Clu b 2: Business C lu b 4 : Devils' M irror Business S ta ff of : Intra murals 3..1: A.F.S. 4. 137 136 GEO RGE FCSARO I ntra murals 2.3,4 ; Bovs' Sport s Club 2. .
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PEX E E F IELD Yc3.;rbook Business Staff ? 3 Business M a nager 3 ' Y - ' , book L ' , c ar. It<:rary S taff 3.4 Ed itor-in-Chi ef 4- ' F.T :\ ' ? 4, Presid en t ' 3 4-' •• S ff ,3 , · - Ik C \ . " U 0 Edunty Associa tion of Fut ur e ucators 3,4 j Arista 3 -1- ' ~t~?ent ~cadcrs 3,+; A.F:S: d d Sp ring Prod uctio n 3 . S . -. Alt;matc 2,4 ; Sen io; l: en ng C ~)fnm itte c 4- : Devils' )' I Ir :o~ L.ltcrary S taff 3 -I . D ev ils Mi rro r Business Still 3; In tr a m urals 2,3,4. SAND Y FORSYTHE I ntram ura Is 2,3,4. BRI AN FIXERAN AXTHONY FUSARO In tra mura ls 2.3.4 : T .V. Baseball 2 : Va rsity Football 2,3,4 : Capta in of ; B.A.C. 4. RI CHARD FRIEND EDW INA FLAT"~IANX J OHN FUCHS DAVlD FLESCH THOYlAS FORTE J, V. Footb all 2 V . Footb all 34' J V ' ar sJty . . Baske tball 2 V ." 'V aB,ty Basketball 3 4 ' " ~ , J. . aseba ll ? Baseba ll 3,4 ; B.A:i:':. 4V~S1lY R epr esen ta tive 23 ,4 . ' .0 . , W ILLIAM FR AZ IER l rn ra m u rals 23 ' L 'b C lub 2. " I rary I BARBARA FR ANCO nt ra m urals 234 ' H T ea ms 2 ' 3,4 , H.ockey Ho nor " onor T ea rn Cap ra! 4 ' . Club 23 ' G An , Bowling urer 4 .' S t d' .C. 3,4, T reas4 ' u cnt L ead ers ? 3 '. Sec r~tary 4 : Pep C lub-' 2' 3 , Reta il St ore 2 ; F.T. A. 4. ' CHARLES FR ANSSE N wrestling 2 3 4 C lub 2,3,4. ' ,; W restling J UDY FUSAR O Class Treasu rer 3,+; C lass Sc.crctary 2 ; St eerin g Com mlttee. 4 ; Senior Privilege qommltt cc 4 ; J uni or Counell 3 ; Sophomore 2 ; Ar ista 2,3,4 ; G.A.C . 4, Pr esident 4; I n tra mura ls 2.3.4 : H onor T eam s 3,+; A.F.S. 2,3 ,4 ; C I~ss Newspa per 2,3; Devils' Mirro r + J OY GANC MARGAR ET F REE LI N R O BERT FRICKE T raek 2,3. GEORG E FR ICK BOXXIE GALLAT Y Band 2.3-: FT.A. 2,4 : I ntramu rals 2,3,4. NA:'>1CY GALLARO I nt ramurals 2,3 ; Hon or T eam s 2,3. GE RALDINE GAAL Bowl ing C lub 4 ' Ri fle C lub 4 : Sk i C lub 2,3,4 : Librar y Club 3 ; I ntra mura ls 2,3,4. • V FRED GE LING GEO RGE GEIGER T enn is 2.3,4. CH R IST IN E GATTO Pep Clu b 2: Business C lu b 4 : Devils' M irror Business S ta ff of : Intra murals 3..1: A.F.S. 4. 137 136 GEO RGE FCSARO I ntra murals 2.3,4 ; Bovs' Sport s Club 2. .
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- - -- - --- ,. PACL G IBLl " C ross Cou ntry 2,3,4 ; Ba nd 2,3";': Da nce Band 2.3.4Parking Lot Comm ittee 3;1 T enn is .; : I n tra m ur a ls 3,4 BAR BARA GLASE R Lat in Club 4. CH.- R LOTTE \ C H.-\R LES GRECH KA R E" GO DDE lntramu ra ls 2.3, 1: Pep Club 2 ; Year book Business Staff 4. e GROSS~ I.-\" Yearbook Business Sta ff Et Cet era 4 : F.X .A. 2. LY"" GRE Y K ATHL EE" GODIN Da nce Band 2.3.4 : Ch oir 2. 3,4; Int ramu ra ls -l : Sp ring Prod uctio n 3.4 : C hora l Art s Ensemble 2,3,4 . M a jor ett e 2,3 : Bowling Club .J ; I n t ra m u rals 2.+ : Yea rhook Staff 3,.l ; Hosp itality C lub -I ; Poster Com m ittee oJ ; Forum 3,·L SUSAN GRO SS G.O . Representa tivc 2,3 ; 2: Class ' "icc-President Gvmnastics 3 ; Class Secreta 't)· j A" IC E GO LDBERG Yearbook Art Staff 2,3,4, Co-editor -1- : A.F.S. 3 : Xa tional H onor S OCi Cl )' 4. 3. j OH" GORCZYK Key Club 3,4 : ].V. La C rosse 2, Va rsity La C rosse 3,4; J AM ES GOODSON J .V. Football 2: Va rsity Football 3,-1- ; Track 2,3,4 ; I n tra mural s 3; T rack Parking 2,3; Committee 3 ,4. Wi n ter Lot ] .V. Football 2. V a r s i t y Footba ll 3,4 ; J.V. Basketball 2 ; G.O. Represen tat ive 3,4. 3 ,~ WILLLUI Gt:LICK HARRY GOU LD T en nis 2,3,4 : " ' resIling 2,3, 4 ; Int ramurals 2,3,4. J.V. Baseball 2 : Intra mura l! 3,4 : Boy's Sports C lub 3,-1. ROB ERTA G RO SSO Na t iona l Ho nor Soci ety 3,4 ; Ari sta 2,3 ,4; Studen t Lea ders 2,3.4; Domestic Exchange P rogram 3; Dedi's M irr or 2 ; Yea rboo k 2 ; Orchestra 2 ; Hon o r T ea m 2 ; 2,3 ; :\.F .5 . I n tra murals 4 ; F.T.A. 2. SEnlOUR G UB~RN ICK I n tr am ura ls _,3. CAT HER I"E GUERR IERO
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- - -- - --- ,. PACL G IBLl " C ross Cou ntry 2,3,4 ; Ba nd 2,3";': Da nce Band 2.3.4Parking Lot Comm ittee 3;1 T enn is .; : I n tra m ur a ls 3,4 BAR BARA GLASE R Lat in Club 4. CH.- R LOTTE \ C H.-\R LES GRECH KA R E" GO DDE lntramu ra ls 2.3, 1: Pep Club 2 ; Year book Business Staff 4. e GROSS~ I.-\" Yearbook Business Sta ff Et Cet era 4 : F.X .A. 2. LY"" GRE Y K ATHL EE" GODIN Da nce Band 2.3.4 : Ch oir 2. 3,4; Int ramu ra ls -l : Sp ring Prod uctio n 3.4 : C hora l Art s Ensemble 2,3,4 . M a jor ett e 2,3 : Bowling Club .J ; I n t ra m u rals 2.+ : Yea rhook Staff 3,.l ; Hosp itality C lub -I ; Poster Com m ittee oJ ; Forum 3,·L SUSAN GRO SS G.O . Representa tivc 2,3 ; 2: Class ' "icc-President Gvmnastics 3 ; Class Secreta 't)· j A" IC E GO LDBERG Yearbook Art Staff 2,3,4, Co-editor -1- : A.F.S. 3 : Xa tional H onor S OCi Cl )' 4. 3. j OH" GORCZYK Key Club 3,4 : ].V. La C rosse 2, Va rsity La C rosse 3,4; J AM ES GOODSON J .V. Football 2: Va rsity Football 3,-1- ; Track 2,3,4 ; I n tra mural s 3; T rack Parking 2,3; Committee 3 ,4. Wi n ter Lot ] .V. Football 2. V a r s i t y Footba ll 3,4 ; J.V. Basketball 2 ; G.O. Represen tat ive 3,4. 3 ,~ WILLLUI Gt:LICK HARRY GOU LD T en nis 2,3,4 : " ' resIling 2,3, 4 ; Int ramurals 2,3,4. J.V. Baseball 2 : Intra mura l! 3,4 : Boy's Sports C lub 3,-1. ROB ERTA G RO SSO Na t iona l Ho nor Soci ety 3,4 ; Ari sta 2,3 ,4; Studen t Lea ders 2,3.4; Domestic Exchange P rogram 3; Dedi's M irr or 2 ; Yea rboo k 2 ; Orchestra 2 ; Hon o r T ea m 2 ; 2,3 ; :\.F .5 . I n tra murals 4 ; F.T.A. 2. SEnlOUR G UB~RN ICK I n tr am ura ls _,3. CAT HER I"E GUERR IERO
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DAXI EL H ALLO RAX REBECCA H A~ILIX SUSAX HA~f Intram urals 2,3,4. Dra !11 3 W o rksh op 4 ' PJa Y Festi val ·1 • . a th S crm.'nar .I . ' M Yearbook Staff 4. DAVID HAST INGS WI L LI A ~I H A ~I MON D C lu b Alt er nat e 2,3. LEL A:"D H A:" COCK j .v, T ennis 2 ; Varsity Tenrns 3 ,4 ; Drama W orkshop 2 3.'-l; In tramural s 2,3 A ; Ru s~ sta n C lu b 3,4; K c)' C lub 4 . BARBARA HARLIN Pep Cl ub 2 j Ju nior Coun cil 3 ; Pla y Fe sti val 4- ; Yearbook Art Sta ff 4 ; In tramurals 2 3,4; H o nor Teams 2 3 4 ~ A.F.S. 3,4 ; Band 2,3 . ' J' PET ER HANSEN Radio Club 2,3,4. 23 .~ . ,' . G 0 Club 2,3,4. W ILLI AM H ESKI N J .V . Ba sketball 2 ; Varsity Basketba ll 3 ; Varsit y F oot- ba ll 3. DENISE HI CKEY A Ca pp ella Choir 3,4 ; E1 Ce tera 3 ; Year book Bus. Staff 4 ; P la y Festi va l 4 ; Spring P roduct ion 3,4 j Inrramurals 3,4 ; A.F .S. 4; Senior St eering Com m ittee 4. DAVID HARRI SO N Wrestlin g 2 ,3 ; T en nis' 2. \40 MARY HILL GLENN HI GG INS J.V. La crosse 2; Wrestli ng 2,4 ; In teract Club 2,3,-l j In tramu ra ls 2,3 ,-l. BONNIE HO BLOCK JA NE H I PPE WILLIA:'I H ARRIS . DANIEL HOFFMAN VI CT ORI A HAS KELL :'lI C IIA EL HARNED W restl ing 2,3,.• . 4 ; Im ramurals 3,4. 3 ; Int ra mur als 3: In te ra ct .. J OHN E. HARMON Devil's Mirror Staff 3 4 · Poster C om m itt ee 2,4; St~g~ C rew 4. G.O. Alter nate 3,4 ; .- . F.S. \ STEPHEX HENDRI CKSO N ].V. Tennis 2.3 j Wrestling 2, • D eba te PAT R IC IA HESKI:" GARY HAYDEN J .V. Basketball 2,3: Varsity Basket ball -I ; B.A.C . -I. N ational H onor Society 3,-l; An sta 2,3,-l, Presid ent 4 · Soph om ore Counc il 2; J u n ~ ior Counci l 3 ; G .O. Reproscn ta tivc ...; C ho ir 3 ; Ru ssia n C lub 3.4 ; S tuden t Le aders 3,4 ; l n tramura ls 2,3 ,4 ; t\ .F.S . 2.3,-l ; Treasurer .J: Dom est ic Exchange 2. Intramu rals 2,3,4 ; Yearbook Bus. S ta ff 4. 14 1 SU SAN 110F Dc" iJ"s M inor Bus. St aff 3 : I n t ra m ur a ls 2,3.
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DAXI EL H ALLO RAX REBECCA H A~ILIX SUSAX HA~f Intram urals 2,3,4. Dra !11 3 W o rksh op 4 ' PJa Y Festi val ·1 • . a th S crm.'nar .I . ' M Yearbook Staff 4. DAVID HAST INGS WI L LI A ~I H A ~I MON D C lu b Alt er nat e 2,3. LEL A:"D H A:" COCK j .v, T ennis 2 ; Varsity Tenrns 3 ,4 ; Drama W orkshop 2 3.'-l; In tramural s 2,3 A ; Ru s~ sta n C lu b 3,4; K c)' C lub 4 . BARBARA HARLIN Pep Cl ub 2 j Ju nior Coun cil 3 ; Pla y Fe sti val 4- ; Yearbook Art Sta ff 4 ; In tramurals 2 3,4; H o nor Teams 2 3 4 ~ A.F.S. 3,4 ; Band 2,3 . ' J' PET ER HANSEN Radio Club 2,3,4. 23 .~ . ,' . G 0 Club 2,3,4. W ILLI AM H ESKI N J .V . Ba sketball 2 ; Varsity Basketba ll 3 ; Varsit y F oot- ba ll 3. DENISE HI CKEY A Ca pp ella Choir 3,4 ; E1 Ce tera 3 ; Year book Bus. Staff 4 ; P la y Festi va l 4 ; Spring P roduct ion 3,4 j Inrramurals 3,4 ; A.F .S. 4; Senior St eering Com m ittee 4. DAVID HARRI SO N Wrestlin g 2 ,3 ; T en nis' 2. \40 MARY HILL GLENN HI GG INS J.V. La crosse 2; Wrestli ng 2,4 ; In teract Club 2,3,-l j In tramu ra ls 2,3 ,-l. BONNIE HO BLOCK JA NE H I PPE WILLIA:'I H ARRIS . DANIEL HOFFMAN VI CT ORI A HAS KELL :'lI C IIA EL HARNED W restl ing 2,3,.• . 4 ; Im ramurals 3,4. 3 ; Int ra mur als 3: In te ra ct .. J OHN E. HARMON Devil's Mirror Staff 3 4 · Poster C om m itt ee 2,4; St~g~ C rew 4. G.O. Alter nate 3,4 ; .- . F.S. \ STEPHEX HENDRI CKSO N ].V. Tennis 2.3 j Wrestling 2, • D eba te PAT R IC IA HESKI:" GARY HAYDEN J .V. Basketball 2,3: Varsity Basket ball -I ; B.A.C . -I. N ational H onor Society 3,-l; An sta 2,3,-l, Presid ent 4 · Soph om ore Counc il 2; J u n ~ ior Counci l 3 ; G .O. Reproscn ta tivc ...; C ho ir 3 ; Ru ssia n C lub 3.4 ; S tuden t Le aders 3,4 ; l n tramura ls 2,3 ,4 ; t\ .F.S . 2.3,-l ; Treasurer .J: Dom est ic Exchange 2. Intramu rals 2,3,4 ; Yearbook Bus. S ta ff 4. 14 1 SU SAN 110F Dc" iJ"s M inor Bus. St aff 3 : I n t ra m ur a ls 2,3.
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, R I CH ARD H O FF~~ 'i \ \ resrling 2 j I ntram u ral s 2 3,4; j .V . LaC rc sse 2. J CARLE:-IE HOLLAXD WILLIA~ I HOLST EX j .v, ~·oot ba ll 2 ; J.V . ·La crosse.!.; Va rsity L acr osse 3 4. ' ~I jA~IE S J O X j.-\CO BSOX P,\ U L IR EL\XD HOPK INS Track 2 : Ma thle tcs 3 : Int crac t C lub 3 ,-' : V ice· P resident ·1: H on or Societ y 3 ,-1: Ru ssia n C lub 4. LESL IE J ACO BS C hoir 3,4. GLE:\N j ACO BSE:-l G.O . Rep resen tat ive 2 : Hon or Soc iety 33; K ey Clu b 3. .l : Inrra mu ral s 2,3,4 ; J .V . Baseball 2 : T ennis 3.4. G .O . Rep resen ta tive o. Stee rin g: Com mitt ee 4: The~~ pian Apprentice 3 A: Sp rin g P rod uctinn 3.4 : Fl.m .1 11l Cho ir 2.3.4. 4 : ~I A R G .~ R ET J EXSOX . ROB ER T JAM ES J EFF REY HOWE H UGH H O UGH T O :--I Debat e C I.ub 2; Forum Club 4 ; W rest ling 2 ; Ri fle C lub 3, S e c r~t a ry 3; Rifl e T eam 3 ; Choir 2,4 ; Cho ra l A rts 2,4 ; I n t ra m u ra ls 2 ,3 ,4 . J. V . Football 2; V a rsit y Foot ball. 3,4 ; J .V . La crosse 2; Varsit y La C rosse 3,4 ; In - J U AN ITA HUBER Drama Work shop 2 4 ' PI Festival ? "4 · ju I ,.,' r , P rrze ay S o pc a kc r 3 j Et Cetera 4 ' ' Sprin g P rod uc tion 2. Sp ri ng Track 2 ; Wi n ter T ra ck 2 ; In tr am ura ls 2 ; Intramural s 3; Pa rkin g Lot C om mittee 3. V IRG INIA JAME S SUZ A:-lXE JAM ES :-'la jor ettes 2.3.4: l ntramura ls 2. 3.4: E t Ce tera 4. S lide R u le C lub -l ; In t ramu~ ral s 4. K EVI N H USSEY W in te r Track 2; Track 2; W restling 3. ANDRE W H YAT T Ru ssia n C lub 3,.1: G .O . Altern at e 3,4 : K e y C lub 2,3 ,4 ; I n t ra m ur al s 3 A : Yea rboo k Business S ta ff 4 ; Pla y Festiva l 2. NO RMAN J ONES Da nce Ran d 2.3.4- : Choir 3. .~ : O rchestra 2,3,"' : Ra nd 2, .lANA j OH :--ISON LI :-lDA IR AG G I 3..L H onor Pass Co mrm n cc 2 ; I ntra mu ra ls 2.3.... ; H onor T ea ms 2.3,4 ; St udent Leaders 2.3.-l: G .O . Repr("sen ta tin 3.... : G.A-C.., : A.F.S. ... . 14 3 14 2 4. tram urals 2,3,4; B.A.C. -to M ICHAEL J EANETTE A:--ID R EW HUR M E T e nn is 2,3 ; G ymnastics 3 ' Pep C lub 3 : Business Cl ub 33: Year book Bus. S ta ff ... : l mram ural s 4 ; Play Fest ival ROBERT J O :'-1 ES
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, R I CH ARD H O FF~~ 'i \ \ resrling 2 j I ntram u ral s 2 3,4; j .V . LaC rc sse 2. J CARLE:-IE HOLLAXD WILLIA~ I HOLST EX j .v, ~·oot ba ll 2 ; J.V . ·La crosse.!.; Va rsity L acr osse 3 4. ' ~I jA~IE S J O X j.-\CO BSOX P,\ U L IR EL\XD HOPK INS Track 2 : Ma thle tcs 3 : Int crac t C lub 3 ,-' : V ice· P resident ·1: H on or Societ y 3 ,-1: Ru ssia n C lub 4. LESL IE J ACO BS C hoir 3,4. GLE:\N j ACO BSE:-l G.O . Rep resen tat ive 2 : Hon or Soc iety 33; K ey Clu b 3. .l : Inrra mu ral s 2,3,4 ; J .V . Baseball 2 : T ennis 3.4. G .O . Rep resen ta tive o. Stee rin g: Com mitt ee 4: The~~ pian Apprentice 3 A: Sp rin g P rod uctinn 3.4 : Fl.m .1 11l Cho ir 2.3.4. 4 : ~I A R G .~ R ET J EXSOX . ROB ER T JAM ES J EFF REY HOWE H UGH H O UGH T O :--I Debat e C I.ub 2; Forum Club 4 ; W rest ling 2 ; Ri fle C lub 3, S e c r~t a ry 3; Rifl e T eam 3 ; Choir 2,4 ; Cho ra l A rts 2,4 ; I n t ra m u ra ls 2 ,3 ,4 . J. V . Football 2; V a rsit y Foot ball. 3,4 ; J .V . La crosse 2; Varsit y La C rosse 3,4 ; In - J U AN ITA HUBER Drama Work shop 2 4 ' PI Festival ? "4 · ju I ,.,' r , P rrze ay S o pc a kc r 3 j Et Cetera 4 ' ' Sprin g P rod uc tion 2. Sp ri ng Track 2 ; Wi n ter T ra ck 2 ; In tr am ura ls 2 ; Intramural s 3; Pa rkin g Lot C om mittee 3. V IRG INIA JAME S SUZ A:-lXE JAM ES :-'la jor ettes 2.3.4: l ntramura ls 2. 3.4: E t Ce tera 4. S lide R u le C lub -l ; In t ramu~ ral s 4. K EVI N H USSEY W in te r Track 2; Track 2; W restling 3. ANDRE W H YAT T Ru ssia n C lub 3,.1: G .O . Altern at e 3,4 : K e y C lub 2,3 ,4 ; I n t ra m ur al s 3 A : Yea rboo k Business S ta ff 4 ; Pla y Festiva l 2. NO RMAN J ONES Da nce Ran d 2.3.4- : Choir 3. .~ : O rchestra 2,3,"' : Ra nd 2, .lANA j OH :--ISON LI :-lDA IR AG G I 3..L H onor Pass Co mrm n cc 2 ; I ntra mu ra ls 2.3.... ; H onor T ea ms 2.3,4 ; St udent Leaders 2.3.-l: G .O . Repr("sen ta tin 3.... : G.A-C.., : A.F.S. ... . 14 3 14 2 4. tram urals 2,3,4; B.A.C. -to M ICHAEL J EANETTE A:--ID R EW HUR M E T e nn is 2,3 ; G ymnastics 3 ' Pep C lub 3 : Business Cl ub 33: Year book Bus. S ta ff ... : l mram ural s 4 ; Play Fest ival ROBERT J O :'-1 ES
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BARBARA K I RC H ENBAU~ 1 WE:>;DY JORCH Intram urals 23 "4' ' I ' orett ? 3 • ... aj es _, ; Ba nd 2 3 ' .\ F S 4 ; Pla y Festiva l 24' , .. . , Sophomore JOSEPH JULIANO K ATH Y J O RG ENSEN Intra mu rals 2. . S H EIL A K IER~:\N Ski Club 2 ,3 ,.~ ; Soph omore Coun c il 2 ; Int r.u l1ura ls 2 ; J OHN J ORGENSEN Mirror Staff ? ' ym nasucs 3,4; Sta ge Crc-~ 2. - Dev~l's G J O HN K IERST ED .I..V Footb a ll 2: Va rsity Football 3 .-~ ; J .V . LaCrosse 2 : V arsity La Crosse 3,4. Council K RI ST EN KIMBALL A.F.S. 4 ; Year book Art Sta ff 4: Int ramura ls 3 '; ' ' , Play Festival 4. Forum 3. ell 3 :. G .O . R ep resent a tive 4 : Senior Steering Committe~ 4 : A.F.S. 2.3.4 ; Deyil's Mirror 4 : Yea rbook Bus. Staff 4 : A Ca ppella Choir 4 : Play Festival 2,3,4 : In. n-amura ls 2.3,4. NO R.\ IAN KLEIN Gymnastics 2. FRANK KAESTNER . Stage Crew 2 3 4- ' T Apprenti ce 2'3 '4 ~ B hesPb ,aln\ 2., Sprm g Production ase3 a ' . ' • J 2 4 Play Festiva l 23 4 ' p ' .J , tor CI b ' • • roj ec- Pia FU . 2,3,4 ; Sha kespeare J OHN K AN E J U D IT H K A> "ITER GEOFFREY KAHN Fencing 2 ; In tra m ur als 3 ,4 3: estiva l 3; Int ra mura ls _, • Overhead Pro)'cetio 2 n , 3. I ntramurals 2 3 4 Mirror 2 · A . F'S . " +DeRuss vil' . , . ' 3 s~an Club 3,4 ; Spring P'roduc~ tlon 3 j Pla y Festiva l 4 ' Ba d 2; C hoir 3,4. ,n . ? ELLIN K AU FM AN G .O . Representat ive 2 · tern T 3 + at c 3'' D ev,'I ' S .' ..'I' r r 'or AIu 2 , " News Ed itor 4 ' M ' Semi na r 34 ' A F S' 1 ath 'T _ " . . 2 ,3 . 4 ; Na tio na l H on or S : J nt ramu ra ls 4 . OC'IC ly 3,4 ; A C J O YCE KE ATES appel la Ch oir 3 4 ' I murals 23 4 . . nt raI ntramur~l~ j J :P CI~b 2:3 j ll tail Store 2 ; Dr a ' , ...e C lub +.n;;'1 WFr h ho p 2 ; Ski o , a y cstiva l 3. SUSAN KELLY 1\:~odcrn Dance 2 ' Libra Aides 2 ; Debat e ' C luh ry Hospita lity Club 3 -l : T 2 . urer 3. " reas- J O H N K L AF FKY I nteract Clu b 3,4, President J U DY KLEIN Yearbook Business Staff 3,4 ; Intra mura ls 2,3,4 j F.T.A. 3. 4 ; Varsity T ennis 2,3,4, Captain 4 j B.A.C. 4 j Latin Club 2,3,+. LINDA KISS ELS ELIZABET H K NORR Orchestra 2 ,3,4 ; I n t ra m u ral s ? 3 + . A.F .S. + ; F.N .A. +; ' Re p rese n ta t ive 4 . G .6. CAROL KN UTH G.O . Rep resen tat ive 2,3,4 ; Ar ista 3,4 j Devil's Mi rr or Staff 3,+ ; Pep Club 2,3, President 3 ; Forum 3 ; St uden t Leader s 3 ,4 ; A.F.S. 2,3.4 • President 4 : Yearbook 3,4 ; Et Cet era 3,4, Busin ess M an ager 4 ; I nt : amurals 2 , 3,4 : Play Festlval 2,3,4; Senior Stee ring Comm itt ee 4 . Libra ry council 4. . KATHLE EN K NU T SEN Intramur als 4. 145 144 c. ~reasurer 2; J unior Cou~: J UDITH KN UTSON A.F.S. 2,3.4 : Int ramurals 2,3,+ ; Pep Club 3.
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BARBARA K I RC H ENBAU~ 1 WE:>;DY JORCH Intram urals 23 "4' ' I ' orett ? 3 • ... aj es _, ; Ba nd 2 3 ' .\ F S 4 ; Pla y Festiva l 24' , .. . , Sophomore JOSEPH JULIANO K ATH Y J O RG ENSEN Intra mu rals 2. . S H EIL A K IER~:\N Ski Club 2 ,3 ,.~ ; Soph omore Coun c il 2 ; Int r.u l1ura ls 2 ; J OHN J ORGENSEN Mirror Staff ? ' ym nasucs 3,4; Sta ge Crc-~ 2. - Dev~l's G J O HN K IERST ED .I..V Footb a ll 2: Va rsity Football 3 .-~ ; J .V . LaCrosse 2 : V arsity La Crosse 3,4. Council K RI ST EN KIMBALL A.F.S. 4 ; Year book Art Sta ff 4: Int ramura ls 3 '; ' ' , Play Festival 4. Forum 3. ell 3 :. G .O . R ep resent a tive 4 : Senior Steering Committe~ 4 : A.F.S. 2.3.4 ; Deyil's Mirror 4 : Yea rbook Bus. Staff 4 : A Ca ppella Choir 4 : Play Festival 2,3,4 : In. n-amura ls 2.3,4. NO R.\ IAN KLEIN Gymnastics 2. FRANK KAESTNER . Stage Crew 2 3 4- ' T Apprenti ce 2'3 '4 ~ B hesPb ,aln\ 2., Sprm g Production ase3 a ' . ' • J 2 4 Play Festiva l 23 4 ' p ' .J , tor CI b ' • • roj ec- Pia FU . 2,3,4 ; Sha kespeare J OHN K AN E J U D IT H K A> "ITER GEOFFREY KAHN Fencing 2 ; In tra m ur als 3 ,4 3: estiva l 3; Int ra mura ls _, • Overhead Pro)'cetio 2 n , 3. I ntramurals 2 3 4 Mirror 2 · A . F'S . " +DeRuss vil' . , . ' 3 s~an Club 3,4 ; Spring P'roduc~ tlon 3 j Pla y Festiva l 4 ' Ba d 2; C hoir 3,4. ,n . ? ELLIN K AU FM AN G .O . Representat ive 2 · tern T 3 + at c 3'' D ev,'I ' S .' ..'I' r r 'or AIu 2 , " News Ed itor 4 ' M ' Semi na r 34 ' A F S' 1 ath 'T _ " . . 2 ,3 . 4 ; Na tio na l H on or S : J nt ramu ra ls 4 . OC'IC ly 3,4 ; A C J O YCE KE ATES appel la Ch oir 3 4 ' I murals 23 4 . . nt raI ntramur~l~ j J :P CI~b 2:3 j ll tail Store 2 ; Dr a ' , ...e C lub +.n;;'1 WFr h ho p 2 ; Ski o , a y cstiva l 3. SUSAN KELLY 1\:~odcrn Dance 2 ' Libra Aides 2 ; Debat e ' C luh ry Hospita lity Club 3 -l : T 2 . urer 3. " reas- J O H N K L AF FKY I nteract Clu b 3,4, President J U DY KLEIN Yearbook Business Staff 3,4 ; Intra mura ls 2,3,4 j F.T.A. 3. 4 ; Varsity T ennis 2,3,4, Captain 4 j B.A.C. 4 j Latin Club 2,3,+. LINDA KISS ELS ELIZABET H K NORR Orchestra 2 ,3,4 ; I n t ra m u ral s ? 3 + . A.F .S. + ; F.N .A. +; ' Re p rese n ta t ive 4 . G .6. CAROL KN UTH G.O . Rep resen tat ive 2,3,4 ; Ar ista 3,4 j Devil's Mi rr or Staff 3,+ ; Pep Club 2,3, President 3 ; Forum 3 ; St uden t Leader s 3 ,4 ; A.F.S. 2,3.4 • President 4 : Yearbook 3,4 ; Et Cet era 3,4, Busin ess M an ager 4 ; I nt : amurals 2 , 3,4 : Play Festlval 2,3,4; Senior Stee ring Comm itt ee 4 . Libra ry council 4. . KATHLE EN K NU T SEN Intramur als 4. 145 144 c. ~reasurer 2; J unior Cou~: J UDITH KN UTSON A.F.S. 2,3.4 : Int ramurals 2,3,+ ; Pep Club 3.
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CAROL KOER" IG Class Secretary 3,4 ; Class Vi ce President 2 ; Stee ring C om mi ttee -l : G . O . R epr esc n ta tive 2,3 ; A.F.S. 4 ; :\ Cappe lla 3 ,4 ; 5 t u de n t Leaders 4- : Ho nor T ea ms 3 4 ' Gi rls' · Gy m nastics 2 ; Ho~or Pass Comm ittee 3 ,4 ; I n tram u ra ls 2,3 ,4; Cl ass Xewspa per 2. ~I ARI ALYC E L \ VEllE Dom estic Excha nce Student ') , .\ Cappella Choi r 2,3.4; Ch~r:l.I .~\ rts Ensemble 2,:3.4 : F.N .:\. 2.3,4. Presiden t 4. CATHER I"E KRA); TOS FREDER IC LAU RI 1\O J.V . Foot ba ll 2 : Sta ge C rew 2.3,'1 , Ch ief .}; Thespians 4. PAUL KRO FT Proj ect or C lub 2,3 ,4 ; I n tra- CH.~R L E S LA\\,R E); CE I n tramu rals 2.3.4 ; Parking Lot Commi tte e 3.4. mur als 2,3,4. BEV ERLY LE FKO EDWARD KRO"ER E M I L K UHN I n tramurals 2,3; Track 3. KATH ERI " E K UR SHAN Int ra mu ra ls 2 ; Ski Club 2 ; Honor Societ y 3,4 ; A F.S. 3,4 ; Ch oir 3,4 ; C hora l Art 3,4. K ATH L EN E K UTZ F .T .A. 2,3,4. Treasurer 4 ; Int ra mu ra ls 2,3. THOMAS L EDE RER lass NewsJ.V . Footba ll 2: s C Ed'or z ; ? paper o S port' n I n l ra m l~;aJs 2 ,3,·~: Varsity 3 ,4 ; Football S tati st ician Varsit y Basketball . ~lanag<:r 3 4 ' St ud en t Pu bl icit y D~ ­ r~c l'or of Ath letics 2,3.4 ; EdI tor of Basketba ll a nd La Crosse Brochures 3.4; Devil's Mirror S taff 2,3 ,4, Spor ts Ed itor -t. JA " E LEEDS G. O . R epresentat ive 3,4 ; I ntra mur als 2. GA RY LAY Varsity Football 4, PET ER LEVI "E C ross Country T rack 2. R ICHARD LAB IAN V arsit y Soccer 2,3 ,4 . LI NDA LAMBER TSON KENNET H LA NG J .V . Wrestling 2 ; j .v, LaC rosse 2 ; Gym nastics 3,4 ; Int ra mura ls 3,4 . R ITA L E FK O M ARC IA LANG Ba nd 2.3.4 ; Orch estr a 2.4 : Ch o ir 2.3 ,4: C ho ra l Ar ts 3,4 : I ntra mural s 2. ERIC LE ITZ Track 2,4 ; C ro ss Co untry 4 ; Wi n ter Track 4. 147 146 JOYC E LE PE RA Pep Club 2 : S~l pho m ore Counci l 2 : Cla ss New spaper ') . Year book Business Sta ff I n tramu ra ls 2.3. ·1: A.F.S. 3,.f. 3.4:
CAROL KOER  IG Class Secretary 3,4   Class Vi ce President 2   Stee ring C om mi ttee -l   G . O . R epr esc n ta tive 2,3...
CAROL KOER" IG Class Secretary 3,4 ; Class Vi ce President 2 ; Stee ring C om mi ttee -l : G . O . R epr esc n ta tive 2,3 ; A.F.S. 4 ; :\ Cappe lla 3 ,4 ; 5 t u de n t Leaders 4- : Ho nor T ea ms 3 4 ' Gi rls' · Gy m nastics 2 ; Ho~or Pass Comm ittee 3 ,4 ; I n tram u ra ls 2,3 ,4; Cl ass Xewspa per 2. ~I ARI ALYC E L \ VEllE Dom estic Excha nce Student ') , .\ Cappella Choi r 2,3.4; Ch~r:l.I .~\ rts Ensemble 2,:3.4 : F.N .:\. 2.3,4. Presiden t 4. CATHER I"E KRA); TOS FREDER IC LAU RI 1\O J.V . Foot ba ll 2 : Sta ge C rew 2.3,'1 , Ch ief .}; Thespians 4. PAUL KRO FT Proj ect or C lub 2,3 ,4 ; I n tra- CH.~R L E S LA\\,R E); CE I n tramu rals 2.3.4 ; Parking Lot Commi tte e 3.4. mur als 2,3,4. BEV ERLY LE FKO EDWARD KRO"ER E M I L K UHN I n tramurals 2,3; Track 3. KATH ERI " E K UR SHAN Int ra mu ra ls 2 ; Ski Club 2 ; Honor Societ y 3,4 ; A F.S. 3,4 ; Ch oir 3,4 ; C hora l Art 3,4. K ATH L EN E K UTZ F .T .A. 2,3,4. Treasurer 4 ; Int ra mu ra ls 2,3. THOMAS L EDE RER lass NewsJ.V . Footba ll 2: s C Ed'or z ; ? paper o S port' n I n l ra m l~;aJs 2 ,3,·~: Varsity 3 ,4 ; Football S tati st ician Varsit y Basketball . ~lanag<:r 3 4 ' St ud en t Pu bl icit y D~ ­ r~c l'or of Ath letics 2,3.4 ; EdI tor of Basketba ll a nd La Crosse Brochures 3.4; Devil's Mirror S taff 2,3 ,4, Spor ts Ed itor -t. JA " E LEEDS G. O . R epresentat ive 3,4 ; I ntra mur als 2. GA RY LAY Varsity Football 4, PET ER LEVI "E C ross Country T rack 2. R ICHARD LAB IAN V arsit y Soccer 2,3 ,4 . LI NDA LAMBER TSON KENNET H LA NG J .V . Wrestling 2 ; j .v, LaC rosse 2 ; Gym nastics 3,4 ; Int ra mura ls 3,4 . R ITA L E FK O M ARC IA LANG Ba nd 2.3.4 ; Orch estr a 2.4 : Ch o ir 2.3 ,4: C ho ra l Ar ts 3,4 : I ntra mural s 2. ERIC LE ITZ Track 2,4 ; C ro ss Co untry 4 ; Wi n ter Track 4. 147 146 JOYC E LE PE RA Pep Club 2 : S~l pho m ore Counci l 2 : Cla ss New spaper ') . Year book Business Sta ff I n tramu ra ls 2.3. ·1: A.F.S. 3,.f. 3.4:
CAROL KOER  IG Class Secretary 3,4   Class Vi ce President 2   Stee ring C om mi ttee -l   G . O . R epr esc n ta tive 2,3...
GARY LUK O WI CZ PAUL LEW IS J .V. Footba ll 2 ; Va rsity Footbal l 3. TH O~L\S L O~lBAR DI R O BERT LEW IS \V rcstling 2,3,4; I n teract Clu b 4 ; In tra mura ls 2,3,4. J.V . Basketball 2 : Va rsity Basketb all 3,4 ; Va rsit y Soccer 4. LA URI E LIDDELL Libra ry Aid es 2 j Pia)' Fcstiva l 3 ,4 j Sp ri ng Production s 3,4. GARY LUDWIG . Wresthng 2; I ntramu rals 3,4. J.V. Foo tbal l 2 ; PATRICIA LI GHTFO OT J .V . C he erl eade r 2; V arsity C he erleade r 3: Gi rls' G ym na st ics 2,3,4, V ice President 4; In tram ura ls 2,3 ; I lone r Teams 3. THOMAS LUDW IG • Cross Country 2 : T rack 3,4,) I n tra mu ra ls 2,3,4. • II V IRGIN IA LI ND A ~L"" :-.I Business C lub 3. J OHN LINK Wre stlin g 4. D E:-.I ISE LISECK I A.F .S. 3,4; Fencin g Club 2,3,4 ; Int ram ura ls 2,4 ; Et Cetera 3,4. MI C HAEL MACCHIAROLI WALTER ~IAGUIRE G .O . Alternate ~; Rcpresentat ivc 4 ; D evils ~l lrrc:r 3 4 ' Feature Editor 3 ; Edt t~r 'i n C hid 4: K ey Club 3,4 ; Trea surer 4 ; A.F .S. 2. MARY MACH IURA G EORGE LINDNER Ch oir 2; Play Festival 2. CARM I:-iE MANGANELL O ELLEN LISTER Play Fest iva l 2.3.4 ; I n tra mura ls 3,4; G .O . R C I~rc s c nta ti vc -1 ' Yearbook Busin ess St aff 4 ~ Na tion a l H ono r Societ y 3 A ; St eeri n g C om mi tte e 4 . ROBERTA LI T T M AN CO R INN E LIVA F.N .A . 2 ; Orchestra 2,3,4 ; Lat in Club 3,4 , Secretary 3 ; Et C etera 4 ; Yearbook L ite rary S taff 4. PENNY MAKOSKE Twi rl ing 2 ; Dra ma t ics 3. J U DITH ~IALERBA K EVI N LODEW IC K Cross C ou ntry Tra ck 3 ; Wrestl ing 2,3 . 149 148 DOROTHY ~IAI:-i Retail Co-op C lub 2.3,4 : Business Clu b 3. EDWARD MA:"IK ES
GARY LUK O WI CZ PAUL LEW IS J .V. Footba ll 2   Va rsity Footbal l 3.  TH O L S L O lBAR DI  R O BERT LEW IS  V rcstling ...
GARY LUK O WI CZ PAUL LEW IS J .V. Footba ll 2 ; Va rsity Footbal l 3. TH O~L\S L O~lBAR DI R O BERT LEW IS \V rcstling 2,3,4; I n teract Clu b 4 ; In tra mura ls 2,3,4. J.V . Basketball 2 : Va rsity Basketb all 3,4 ; Va rsit y Soccer 4. LA URI E LIDDELL Libra ry Aid es 2 j Pia)' Fcstiva l 3 ,4 j Sp ri ng Production s 3,4. GARY LUDWIG . Wresthng 2; I ntramu rals 3,4. J.V. Foo tbal l 2 ; PATRICIA LI GHTFO OT J .V . C he erl eade r 2; V arsity C he erleade r 3: Gi rls' G ym na st ics 2,3,4, V ice President 4; In tram ura ls 2,3 ; I lone r Teams 3. THOMAS LUDW IG • Cross Country 2 : T rack 3,4,) I n tra mu ra ls 2,3,4. • II V IRGIN IA LI ND A ~L"" :-.I Business C lub 3. J OHN LINK Wre stlin g 4. D E:-.I ISE LISECK I A.F .S. 3,4; Fencin g Club 2,3,4 ; Int ram ura ls 2,4 ; Et Cetera 3,4. MI C HAEL MACCHIAROLI WALTER ~IAGUIRE G .O . Alternate ~; Rcpresentat ivc 4 ; D evils ~l lrrc:r 3 4 ' Feature Editor 3 ; Edt t~r 'i n C hid 4: K ey Club 3,4 ; Trea surer 4 ; A.F .S. 2. MARY MACH IURA G EORGE LINDNER Ch oir 2; Play Festival 2. CARM I:-iE MANGANELL O ELLEN LISTER Play Fest iva l 2.3.4 ; I n tra mura ls 3,4; G .O . R C I~rc s c nta ti vc -1 ' Yearbook Busin ess St aff 4 ~ Na tion a l H ono r Societ y 3 A ; St eeri n g C om mi tte e 4 . ROBERTA LI T T M AN CO R INN E LIVA F.N .A . 2 ; Orchestra 2,3,4 ; Lat in Club 3,4 , Secretary 3 ; Et C etera 4 ; Yearbook L ite rary S taff 4. PENNY MAKOSKE Twi rl ing 2 ; Dra ma t ics 3. J U DITH ~IALERBA K EVI N LODEW IC K Cross C ou ntry Tra ck 3 ; Wrestl ing 2,3 . 149 148 DOROTHY ~IAI:-i Retail Co-op C lub 2.3,4 : Business Clu b 3. EDWARD MA:"IK ES
GARY LUK O WI CZ PAUL LEW IS J .V. Footba ll 2   Va rsity Footbal l 3.  TH O L S L O lBAR DI  R O BERT LEW IS  V rcstling ...
J O AN :-'IAN K IN ~f)ph.{Jmor~ Co un cil 2 ; j unHJT C ouncil 3; Devil 's Mi rr or 2,3,4 . Copy Edi tor 3, Assistan t S ews Edi tor .;. : A.F.S. 3A ;. The~pja ns 2,3, 4- ; Pla y Festival 2,3,4 ; Spring Prod uction 2.3: Assernblv Com mittee 4 , Chairman 4: J O SEPH :-'IAN YATIS PA CL :-'IA RS fl A LL R IC H ,\RD R IC HARD ~ I AZZ ON E J .V. T rack 2 : Cross Co u nt ry 3 ..1; T ra ck 3,+ : G ymnasti cs 4. ~IA Z O Y E R J .V. Basket ball 2 : Va rsity ,1; j .v, Baseball 2; Ban d 2,3; In t ra mu ra ls 3. DA NIEL ~ I A RTl N .J~. V. Foot hall 2; Va rsity Foothall. 3A : J.V. Ba H'hall 2 : V ar sit v Basehall J.! . ] V Ba ske tb a ll 2. ' , . . TH O ~I.-\ S ~lc ALLIS T E R ADE LI NE ~l c ALLISTE R MARY j o ~l cD ON O UGH IVI LL l.·U I ~IA RTI N BAR BAR A ~IATA R AZ ZO V lNC EXT ~ IATARAZZO In tra m ura ls 3,4. SUS AX ~IART IN I In tr a m ura ls 2: A.F .S. 4 ; Yea rbook Business S ta ff 4. ALF R ED ~ IA TH E S ON LY N X E ~I A U T ;>IE R In tra mura ls 2.3 ,4 : G .O . Altern a te 2,4 : Yearbook Business Staff 4 : A.F.S. .l : Dra ma Cluh 2 : Se nio r Privileges COmmitlec 4. RODER ICK ~IA X IV E L L Varsity Foot ball 4: Va rsity Ba seball 3.4 : Cross Co unt ry 3 ; Winter Track 3. ELIZ ABET H MAY O ra ma Workshop Reta il Store 2 · P ? Y , c p CIu b - "3 . <'a rboo k Busin ess S taff 4 : I ntra lllura is 4 : :\.F.S. 4. 2: M AR THA McD A.'1I EL Soph omor e Co uncil 2 ; Prcsident 2; J unior Cou ncil 3, V ice Pr esident 3; Senior Steeri ng Comm itt ee 4; A.F .S. 3,4. Intram ura ls 2.3,4 ; Pcp Club 2,3 ; J uni or Cou ncil 3 j Senior St eerin g Committ ee oJ. ; A.F .S. 3,4. J OA NN E M cK INLAY I nt ra m ura ls 2,3,4; Future Nurses 2 ,3 , ·~; A.F .S. .~: Hospita lity C lub 3,4 ; Se cre tary -I; Deba te C lub 2. MARY AL IC E McGLO IN Future Nurses 2 j Ski Club 3,4 ; I ntram urals 3,4 ; Hospi tali ty Cl ub 3,4. KATH ER I;>IE 1\Ic:MIL LA:": Modern Da nc-e Club 2 ; Pla y Fest ival 3 ; Spr ing Produ ction 3; Play Fcstival 4 . 15 1 150 RA Y ~ lc G l.:I R E National T hespia n Society 2,3,4 ; Treasurer 3 ; Pr esident of; A.F .S. 4; D ram a tic Produ ctions 2.3.4: Devil's Mirror 3; ] .V. Football 2: Dram a Workshop -1- ; Intra murals 2,3,4 j Sport s Ann oun cer 3,4. C H R IST/ XE McROY G.O . Altern ate :2 : Et Cete ra M ICH AELE AN=" McNALLY G.A.C. 2 : Sophomore Council 2 : I n tra m ural s 2.3,4 : A.F.S. 3,4. ., : A.F.S. ·L [nt ramu rals 2. 3.4.
J O AN  - IAN K IN  f ph. Jmor  Co un cil 2   j unHJT C ouncil 3  Devil  s Mi rr or 2,3,4 . Copy Edi tor 3, Assistan t S e...
J O AN :-'IAN K IN ~f)ph.{Jmor~ Co un cil 2 ; j unHJT C ouncil 3; Devil 's Mi rr or 2,3,4 . Copy Edi tor 3, Assistan t S ews Edi tor .;. : A.F.S. 3A ;. The~pja ns 2,3, 4- ; Pla y Festival 2,3,4 ; Spring Prod uction 2.3: Assernblv Com mittee 4 , Chairman 4: J O SEPH :-'IAN YATIS PA CL :-'IA RS fl A LL R IC H ,\RD R IC HARD ~ I AZZ ON E J .V. T rack 2 : Cross Co u nt ry 3 ..1; T ra ck 3,+ : G ymnasti cs 4. ~IA Z O Y E R J .V. Basket ball 2 : Va rsity ,1; j .v, Baseball 2; Ban d 2,3; In t ra mu ra ls 3. DA NIEL ~ I A RTl N .J~. V. Foot hall 2; Va rsity Foothall. 3A : J.V. Ba H'hall 2 : V ar sit v Basehall J.! . ] V Ba ske tb a ll 2. ' , . . TH O ~I.-\ S ~lc ALLIS T E R ADE LI NE ~l c ALLISTE R MARY j o ~l cD ON O UGH IVI LL l.·U I ~IA RTI N BAR BAR A ~IATA R AZ ZO V lNC EXT ~ IATARAZZO In tra m ura ls 3,4. SUS AX ~IART IN I In tr a m ura ls 2: A.F .S. 4 ; Yea rbook Business S ta ff 4. ALF R ED ~ IA TH E S ON LY N X E ~I A U T ;>IE R In tra mura ls 2.3 ,4 : G .O . Altern a te 2,4 : Yearbook Business Staff 4 : A.F.S. .l : Dra ma Cluh 2 : Se nio r Privileges COmmitlec 4. RODER ICK ~IA X IV E L L Varsity Foot ball 4: Va rsity Ba seball 3.4 : Cross Co unt ry 3 ; Winter Track 3. ELIZ ABET H MAY O ra ma Workshop Reta il Store 2 · P ? Y , c p CIu b - "3 . <'a rboo k Busin ess S taff 4 : I ntra lllura is 4 : :\.F.S. 4. 2: M AR THA McD A.'1I EL Soph omor e Co uncil 2 ; Prcsident 2; J unior Cou ncil 3, V ice Pr esident 3; Senior Steeri ng Comm itt ee 4; A.F .S. 3,4. Intram ura ls 2.3,4 ; Pcp Club 2,3 ; J uni or Cou ncil 3 j Senior St eerin g Committ ee oJ. ; A.F .S. 3,4. J OA NN E M cK INLAY I nt ra m ura ls 2,3,4; Future Nurses 2 ,3 , ·~; A.F .S. .~: Hospita lity C lub 3,4 ; Se cre tary -I; Deba te C lub 2. MARY AL IC E McGLO IN Future Nurses 2 j Ski Club 3,4 ; I ntram urals 3,4 ; Hospi tali ty Cl ub 3,4. KATH ER I;>IE 1\Ic:MIL LA:": Modern Da nc-e Club 2 ; Pla y Fest ival 3 ; Spr ing Produ ction 3; Play Fcstival 4 . 15 1 150 RA Y ~ lc G l.:I R E National T hespia n Society 2,3,4 ; Treasurer 3 ; Pr esident of; A.F .S. 4; D ram a tic Produ ctions 2.3.4: Devil's Mirror 3; ] .V. Football 2: Dram a Workshop -1- ; Intra murals 2,3,4 j Sport s Ann oun cer 3,4. C H R IST/ XE McROY G.O . Altern ate :2 : Et Cete ra M ICH AELE AN=" McNALLY G.A.C. 2 : Sophomore Council 2 : I n tra m ural s 2.3,4 : A.F.S. 3,4. ., : A.F.S. ·L [nt ramu rals 2. 3.4.
J O AN  - IAN K IN  f ph. Jmor  Co un cil 2   j unHJT C ouncil 3  Devil  s Mi rr or 2,3,4 . Copy Edi tor 3, Assistan t S e...
DAVID WILLI A ~1 :v!cW HO RTE R CAT HE R INE MI CAL E LI NDA MOHLENH OFF A.F.S. 2, 3 ,.~ ; Ban d 2 , 3 ,. ~ , Pep PHILIP MI ELE J .V. Football 2 ; Int ra m urals 2,3,4. C ARO LE ~II L LE R Ycarbook Busin ess Staff 3 ' A.F .S. 3,.! ; Int ra mura Is 2 , 3 ,.~ : EDWARD :v!ILLER KAREN MILLER F.T.A. 2,4; A.F.S. 4 ; Intra- I n tr a mu rals 2,3 ,4. m u ral s 2,4 . ELLEN MOHR C hee rlead ing 2 : Varsity Ch cc rlcad ing 3..l , Cap tai n 4 ; G ymnasti cs 3.4 ; I ntramurals 2,3 ,-l; Ju nior Council 3. j .v , K ENNET H ~ IONROl G I ntramura ls 2,3: Sta ge Cre w 3 -l: T hespians ' 3,-l; Senior dass Pla y Pr od uction Ma nager -1- ; Ju nior Council 3. NANC Y MARGAR ET MORA..1 ' TE RR Y MILLER Thesp ia ns 3,4; Secretary 4 ; Ju n ior Prize Sp eaker; D rama Wor ksh op 2,4; Spri ng Producti on 2,3,4 ; Play Fe sti va l 2,3 ,4 ; Band 2,3,4 ; Dance Ba nd 2,3,4 ; D evil 's Mirror 4. GA IL MILLER Ski Club 2,3; A.F.S. 4 ; Orchestra 2,3,4; Plays 3,4 ; Intram u ra ls 2,3,4. C lub 2,3 ; Sopho more Co u ncil 2 : Junior Co u nc il 3 ; Sen io r Steering Comm ittee -1- ; E t. Cete ra 3,.}: Yea rbook Staff 2,3 ; M an a gin g Edit.or 4- ' Senior P rivi lege Comm it. tc'e .~ ; Intram urals 2,3,4 ; C lass Plays 3,4 : Honor Com mi tt ee .J; Dcvil's Mi rror Business S ta ff 2 j G .O. R epresen ta tive 'k I ntra murals 2,3 ,4 ; Fu t ur e Nu rses 2 ,4; Pep Club 3 j Yearbaok Business Staff 4. GREGORY MI NGI N .J .V . Football 2 ; Va rsity Foot ba ll 3 ,4 ; .J.V . LeCrossc 2: Varsity W restli ng 3,4. LaCrosse 3,4 ; SHE I LA MIRALDI CONSTANC E MI SILEWI CH I nt ramur~l s 2 ; Debat e C lub 3,4; Ma jor ett es 3 ,4 ; Se nior Play 4. Art St udi o 2 ; Yearbook Ar t St aff 4 ; I ntra mur als 2. SUZA NNE MOR EY . Hospit alit y C lub 3,4, President 4 j Choir 4. Pep Cl ub 2,3 ; F .T .A. 4 ; In tra m u ra ls 2,3 ..4 ; Honor T eams 2,3,4 ; G.A.C . 4; Stu den t Leaders 2,3,4 ; Secretary 4 j Presid en t 3. J OH N MUL ADA J .V. Football 2 ; Vars:t y S~:JC ­ cer 3,4; Va rsity \'\ resiling 2,3,4. CHAR LES MOSS Wre stlin g 2,3,4 ; Yearbook Editor 3,4 : Photogr a ph y Schoo l Ph otogra ph er 2,3,4 ; Sop homore coun cil 2 : Devil's Mirror 2,3,.L 153 152 ~!O R RISO:\" MARY ANN MOROCCO DOLOR ES MORRONE DA VID MISIL EWI CH ~[ O OR E Dcvil's M ir-ror Staff 3.4. Feature Ed itor -l : Photogra ph y Edi tor 3: D ra ma tic Prod uctions 2,3,4 ; T hespian s 3,'L WI LLI ET T E MULDRO W Choir 2.3," ; Chora l Arts 2,3.4; Et. Cetera ·1; Dramatics 2,3,.t : F.T. A. 2 : Intra mu ra ls 2,4: G.O . Alt erna te.
DAVID WILLI A  1   v cW HO RTE R CAT HE R INE MI CAL E  LI NDA MOHLENH OFF A.F.S. 2, 3 ,.    Ban d 2 , 3 ,.   , Pep  PHILI...
DAVID WILLI A ~1 :v!cW HO RTE R CAT HE R INE MI CAL E LI NDA MOHLENH OFF A.F.S. 2, 3 ,.~ ; Ban d 2 , 3 ,. ~ , Pep PHILIP MI ELE J .V. Football 2 ; Int ra m urals 2,3,4. C ARO LE ~II L LE R Ycarbook Busin ess Staff 3 ' A.F .S. 3,.! ; Int ra mura Is 2 , 3 ,.~ : EDWARD :v!ILLER KAREN MILLER F.T.A. 2,4; A.F.S. 4 ; Intra- I n tr a mu rals 2,3 ,4. m u ral s 2,4 . ELLEN MOHR C hee rlead ing 2 : Varsity Ch cc rlcad ing 3..l , Cap tai n 4 ; G ymnasti cs 3.4 ; I ntramurals 2,3 ,-l; Ju nior Council 3. j .v , K ENNET H ~ IONROl G I ntramura ls 2,3: Sta ge Cre w 3 -l: T hespians ' 3,-l; Senior dass Pla y Pr od uction Ma nager -1- ; Ju nior Council 3. NANC Y MARGAR ET MORA..1 ' TE RR Y MILLER Thesp ia ns 3,4; Secretary 4 ; Ju n ior Prize Sp eaker; D rama Wor ksh op 2,4; Spri ng Producti on 2,3,4 ; Play Fe sti va l 2,3 ,4 ; Band 2,3,4 ; Dance Ba nd 2,3,4 ; D evil 's Mirror 4. GA IL MILLER Ski Club 2,3; A.F.S. 4 ; Orchestra 2,3,4; Plays 3,4 ; Intram u ra ls 2,3,4. C lub 2,3 ; Sopho more Co u ncil 2 : Junior Co u nc il 3 ; Sen io r Steering Comm ittee -1- ; E t. Cete ra 3,.}: Yea rbook Staff 2,3 ; M an a gin g Edit.or 4- ' Senior P rivi lege Comm it. tc'e .~ ; Intram urals 2,3,4 ; C lass Plays 3,4 : Honor Com mi tt ee .J; Dcvil's Mi rror Business S ta ff 2 j G .O. R epresen ta tive 'k I ntra murals 2,3 ,4 ; Fu t ur e Nu rses 2 ,4; Pep Club 3 j Yearbaok Business Staff 4. GREGORY MI NGI N .J .V . Football 2 ; Va rsity Foot ba ll 3 ,4 ; .J.V . LeCrossc 2: Varsity W restli ng 3,4. LaCrosse 3,4 ; SHE I LA MIRALDI CONSTANC E MI SILEWI CH I nt ramur~l s 2 ; Debat e C lub 3,4; Ma jor ett es 3 ,4 ; Se nior Play 4. Art St udi o 2 ; Yearbook Ar t St aff 4 ; I ntra mur als 2. SUZA NNE MOR EY . Hospit alit y C lub 3,4, President 4 j Choir 4. Pep Cl ub 2,3 ; F .T .A. 4 ; In tra m u ra ls 2,3 ..4 ; Honor T eams 2,3,4 ; G.A.C . 4; Stu den t Leaders 2,3,4 ; Secretary 4 j Presid en t 3. J OH N MUL ADA J .V. Football 2 ; Vars:t y S~:JC ­ cer 3,4; Va rsity \'\ resiling 2,3,4. CHAR LES MOSS Wre stlin g 2,3,4 ; Yearbook Editor 3,4 : Photogr a ph y Schoo l Ph otogra ph er 2,3,4 ; Sop homore coun cil 2 : Devil's Mirror 2,3,.L 153 152 ~!O R RISO:\" MARY ANN MOROCCO DOLOR ES MORRONE DA VID MISIL EWI CH ~[ O OR E Dcvil's M ir-ror Staff 3.4. Feature Ed itor -l : Photogra ph y Edi tor 3: D ra ma tic Prod uctions 2,3,4 ; T hespian s 3,'L WI LLI ET T E MULDRO W Choir 2.3," ; Chora l Arts 2,3.4; Et. Cetera ·1; Dramatics 2,3,.t : F.T. A. 2 : Intra mu ra ls 2,4: G.O . Alt erna te.
DAVID WILLI A  1   v cW HO RTE R CAT HE R INE MI CAL E  LI NDA MOHLENH OFF A.F.S. 2, 3 ,.    Ban d 2 , 3 ,.   , Pep  PHILI...
RI C H .~ RD GERA LD :-I V LVEY Gymnastics 2 j Track 3. :-IICH AEL :-IURPHY V a rsity Basket ball 3,4 ; I ntramu rals 2,3,4. G.-\ RY NORT O:-l \\'Tcstl ing 2,3,4. HOWARD :\OnCK ROB ERT NO R:-IA" RO BERT :-m :\HALL \ \' restling Ma nager 3 4- ' Rifle C lub 4. J , Wrestling 2,3 : Busine ss StafT 4. O·BRI F.."-'; Rifle Clu b :!.3A, V ice P resident 2.3. President -l : Math Seminar ;. : M a th let es 4 : Devil's Mirror of : K ey C lub 4. Russia n Circle 3.;'. V ice Pr esiden t of : La tin Club :!.3.;' D ebate Club :!.3.4: Yearbook Business Staff -I : D evil' s M irror 3,4 : I ntra mu rals 2.3,4 ; Par king Lot Comm itte e 3. Yea rboo k GREGORY OLS O:\ 2,3,4 ; H onor Dance Band Society 3,4. SU ZA :-INE NASH I ntra mu ra ls 3,4; A.F .S. 4 ' H EIKKI :-IURTO:- IAA A.F .S. 4 ; I n tramurals 4 · Varsity Basketball Man: agee 4. Yea rbook 4. ' DO NATO NAT I ELLO ED :-IUND M UTH G .O . Representat ive 2,3, 4 ; K cv Club ...; A.F.S. 4 ; D omestic Exchan ge 2; Debate THO MAS O'NE I L Pia)' Fest iva l 2,3 ,4 ; Et Cetera 2,3,4 ; G .O . Representat ive 4- ; DC\'il's M irror 4- j J unior Pr ize Speaker. JUDI T H O LI VE RSE:\ Gymnastics 2. . Clu b 2,4 ; J .V. Track 2. R ICH ARD PADE:\ KE NNETH OT STOT DOLOR ES :\ EW LA:\DS C hoir 2. C LAYTO:-l N IC HO LS I n t ram urals 3,.1; Ru ssian Club 3,4 j Play Festiva l 3. C H R ISTI NE N ICO LET TI A.F.S. 4 ; Play Fest ival 2,4 ; Yea rbook 3,4: Sen io r Ed itor 4 ; Dcvil' s Mi rror Business LINDA N IGRO Intramura ls 4. V ar sity Football . V ICK I O RTIZ CHARLES PARR C ross Cou nt ry 2 : T rack 2. Staff 4 ; E t Cete ra ; l n tramura ls 3,4. 155 15 4 Track 2 : I n tram ura ls 2; Pa rkin g Lot COlll llli ttt' l' 4.
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RI C H .~ RD GERA LD :-I V LVEY Gymnastics 2 j Track 3. :-IICH AEL :-IURPHY V a rsity Basket ball 3,4 ; I ntramu rals 2,3,4. G.-\ RY NORT O:-l \\'Tcstl ing 2,3,4. HOWARD :\OnCK ROB ERT NO R:-IA" RO BERT :-m :\HALL \ \' restling Ma nager 3 4- ' Rifle C lub 4. J , Wrestling 2,3 : Busine ss StafT 4. O·BRI F.."-'; Rifle Clu b :!.3A, V ice P resident 2.3. President -l : Math Seminar ;. : M a th let es 4 : Devil's Mirror of : K ey C lub 4. Russia n Circle 3.;'. V ice Pr esiden t of : La tin Club :!.3.;' D ebate Club :!.3.4: Yearbook Business Staff -I : D evil' s M irror 3,4 : I ntra mu rals 2.3,4 ; Par king Lot Comm itte e 3. Yea rboo k GREGORY OLS O:\ 2,3,4 ; H onor Dance Band Society 3,4. SU ZA :-INE NASH I ntra mu ra ls 3,4; A.F .S. 4 ' H EIKKI :-IURTO:- IAA A.F .S. 4 ; I n tramurals 4 · Varsity Basketball Man: agee 4. Yea rbook 4. ' DO NATO NAT I ELLO ED :-IUND M UTH G .O . Representat ive 2,3, 4 ; K cv Club ...; A.F.S. 4 ; D omestic Exchan ge 2; Debate THO MAS O'NE I L Pia)' Fest iva l 2,3 ,4 ; Et Cetera 2,3,4 ; G .O . Representat ive 4- ; DC\'il's M irror 4- j J unior Pr ize Speaker. JUDI T H O LI VE RSE:\ Gymnastics 2. . Clu b 2,4 ; J .V. Track 2. R ICH ARD PADE:\ KE NNETH OT STOT DOLOR ES :\ EW LA:\DS C hoir 2. C LAYTO:-l N IC HO LS I n t ram urals 3,.1; Ru ssian Club 3,4 j Play Festiva l 3. C H R ISTI NE N ICO LET TI A.F.S. 4 ; Play Fest ival 2,4 ; Yea rbook 3,4: Sen io r Ed itor 4 ; Dcvil' s Mi rror Business LINDA N IGRO Intramura ls 4. V ar sity Football . V ICK I O RTIZ CHARLES PARR C ross Cou nt ry 2 : T rack 2. Staff 4 ; E t Cete ra ; l n tramura ls 3,4. 155 15 4 Track 2 : I n tram ura ls 2; Pa rkin g Lot COlll llli ttt' l' 4.
RI C H .  RD  GERA LD  -I V LVEY Gymnastics 2 j Track 3.   -IICH AEL  -IURPHY V a rsity Basket ball 3,4   I ntramu rals 2,...
CATHER INE PUGLIESE Intra murals 2.3. :-:A:-:CY PAET O W ROD:-:EY PSEJ.\ ].V. Wreslling 2,3,4. J OA :-.INA PR ITZ LAF F KATHLEEN PETERSO:-i WALTER PEIT IT J .V. Football 2 : Cap tain 2 i \: arsit)' Footb all 2 . 3. ·~ ; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 ; Cap ta in 4 ; J .V . Le.Crossc 2 ' Va rsity La Crosse 3,4 j S~phomorc Coun cil 2. K A THL E E~ P IAl'l l Jn t ra mu rals 2.3,4 : G .O . R eprcscn ta tivc 4 : F.T. :\. .~; Slid e R ule C lub -l : Play Festiva l 2.3,4: Sp ri ng Pr oducti on 3,-+; M od er n Dan ce C lu b 2 : Band 2,3,4 ; Dc\"iI's Mirror 3,4. JOYCE PROBECK Intramurals 2,3,-1-; H onor T eams 2,3,4 ; G.A-C. 4. CAT HER I :-:E PI SCOPO CHARLES RA:-:FT BRUC E PIZZO CH AR LES PLACE j .v, La Crosse 2 : Wr estling 2,3,4; Cross Cou nt ry 4. . FRANK POLl LARR AI NE RAEDER Choir 2,3,4 ; Ch oral Art 2. ELI SABET H RA U Class New spape r 2 : Ar ista 3,4 : In tra murals 2.3.4 : Yea r. book Sta ff 4, Copy Ed itor 4: F.T.A. 2,3 ; .\.F.S. 2,3,4 ; Honor Society 4 ; Play Festiva l 2,3 ,4. ANN R AND AZZO J A ~[ E S SAM UEL l n tr am u ra ls Soccer 4. PO~IPER 2.3 .4: J OH N RE IS Varsity SHA RON RAVI N SUZA:-.I:-.IE POTTER Retai l St ore 3,4. K ENN ETH PO ULO S W restlin g 2.3,4, cap tain 4 ; I ntra rnural s 3,4. NOEL LE PO WELL C hoir 2,3 : G.O . Alt ernate 3; I ntra m ural s 4. M a jorett es 2 ,3,4 : Yearbook Staff 3,4 ; Devi l's Mi rror S taff 4; G .O . Representative 2 ; Pla y Festiva l 3,4 ; Ski C lub 3,4 ; Bowl ing Club 2,3 ,4 ; I nt ra m u ra ls 2 ,3,4. D ENI SE R EARDON Da nce Commiltee 2,3 ; Bowling Club 3,4. 15 7 156 Yearbook Business Staff 3,4 : A.F.S. 3.4 : L ibrary Aide s 4 : Devil' s Mirror S taff 2,3 ; Et Cetera 3.4 : .Junior Coun cil 3 ; Sen ior Ste erin g Comm ittee 4. R EM SEN
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CATHER INE PUGLIESE Intra murals 2.3. :-:A:-:CY PAET O W ROD:-:EY PSEJ.\ ].V. Wreslling 2,3,4. J OA :-.INA PR ITZ LAF F KATHLEEN PETERSO:-i WALTER PEIT IT J .V. Football 2 : Cap tain 2 i \: arsit)' Footb all 2 . 3. ·~ ; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 ; Cap ta in 4 ; J .V . Le.Crossc 2 ' Va rsity La Crosse 3,4 j S~phomorc Coun cil 2. K A THL E E~ P IAl'l l Jn t ra mu rals 2.3,4 : G .O . R eprcscn ta tivc 4 : F.T. :\. .~; Slid e R ule C lub -l : Play Festiva l 2.3,4: Sp ri ng Pr oducti on 3,-+; M od er n Dan ce C lu b 2 : Band 2,3,4 ; Dc\"iI's Mirror 3,4. JOYCE PROBECK Intramurals 2,3,-1-; H onor T eams 2,3,4 ; G.A-C. 4. CAT HER I :-:E PI SCOPO CHARLES RA:-:FT BRUC E PIZZO CH AR LES PLACE j .v, La Crosse 2 : Wr estling 2,3,4; Cross Cou nt ry 4. . FRANK POLl LARR AI NE RAEDER Choir 2,3,4 ; Ch oral Art 2. ELI SABET H RA U Class New spape r 2 : Ar ista 3,4 : In tra murals 2.3.4 : Yea r. book Sta ff 4, Copy Ed itor 4: F.T.A. 2,3 ; .\.F.S. 2,3,4 ; Honor Society 4 ; Play Festiva l 2,3 ,4. ANN R AND AZZO J A ~[ E S SAM UEL l n tr am u ra ls Soccer 4. PO~IPER 2.3 .4: J OH N RE IS Varsity SHA RON RAVI N SUZA:-.I:-.IE POTTER Retai l St ore 3,4. K ENN ETH PO ULO S W restlin g 2.3,4, cap tain 4 ; I ntra rnural s 3,4. NOEL LE PO WELL C hoir 2,3 : G.O . Alt ernate 3; I ntra m ural s 4. M a jorett es 2 ,3,4 : Yearbook Staff 3,4 ; Devi l's Mi rror S taff 4; G .O . Representative 2 ; Pla y Festiva l 3,4 ; Ski C lub 3,4 ; Bowl ing Club 2,3 ,4 ; I nt ra m u ra ls 2 ,3,4. D ENI SE R EARDON Da nce Commiltee 2,3 ; Bowling Club 3,4. 15 7 156 Yearbook Business Staff 3,4 : A.F.S. 3.4 : L ibrary Aide s 4 : Devil' s Mirror S taff 2,3 ; Et Cetera 3.4 : .Junior Coun cil 3 ; Sen ior Ste erin g Comm ittee 4. R EM SEN
CATHER INE PUGLIESE Intra murals 2.3.   - A - CY PAET O W ROD - EY PSEJ.   .V. Wreslling 2,3,4.  J OA  -.INA PR ITZ LAF F ...
j E RO ~I E RI CE .J.V. LaCrosse 2; G ymnastics 2,3 ,4 ; I ntra m ur a ls 2,3 ,4 ; Fine Arts Cou nc il "2. PA UL RO lIR B.. CH \ Band 2.:1.-1. ALISO:-.' RI CH J OH :\" R I:\"TOU L SANDRA RO:\":\" IE Rl'DI:\" Choir 2.3.4: r .T.A . 4 : .-\.F.S. 3.-1. R O~ I E O LI Z ROSE KR .-\:\"S NAO :-.Il R ITZERT CH ARLI:\"E R I SLE Y Intramura ls 3,4 ; F .T.A. 4. G LEN:'! RITCH V ar sity LaCrosse 23,4 : Varsity Socce r 2,3.4 ; B.A.C . 2,3, K ey C lub 2,3,4, Treasu re r 3, V ice President 4 : G .O . Vice P resid e n t 4; Li brary Cou n cil 4 ; Band 2 ; Int ra mura ls 3 ; J u n io r Co unci l 3, Vice Pr eside nt 3. National H onor Society 3 ,4 ; A rista 3 ,4 : G irls' S tud en t Orch estr a Lead e rs 2,3 ,4 ; 2,3 ,4; S ta ge Crew 3.4 : Sec retary 4; I ntramurals 2,3,4 ; GAC. 4. WI LLI AM RO E L INDA ROBER G Ye a rb ook Business St a ff 3,4; Retai l Store 3,4 ; Intramurats 2,3. Sl'SAN SACKETT Yearbook Busin ess S ta ff 3,4 ; Ski Club 3 ; In tramura ls 2,3, .J. ; Pla y Festival 3,1. RU SSELL RUT HIG Ski C lub 3,1. IRE NE RYAN J O ANNE SC H ,~FF ER . ELIZAB ET H ROGERS KATH ERJ :-.'E R OG ERS Drama Workshop 2 : Modern Dan ce 2 : Hospitality Cluh 2.3,4 : President 3, T rea sur er -l : A.F .S. -l : I ntramur a ls 2,3,4. K E ITH RODR IQ U EZ V a rsity Soccer 4 ; I n tra m u ra ls 2:3.4. Modern Da nce 2: Ski Cl ub 4 : A.F.S. 3,4: Yea rboo k Literary Staff 3.4. WE NDY R UGG LES J O AN SAN IT A J OSEPH SC E ILI \ Vrestling 2, I ntra murals 3,·L Business C lu b 3.4- , \ I("C P resident 4 ' I ntr a mura ls 2.3,4: Honor ' T ea ms 2.3.4- : Play Festival 3,4 : A F.S. 4. H . 159 158 FRED SC HATZ G .O . Aln-rna re 2.3: Devirs Mirro r 4 : I n trnmurals 2,3.4 : Ch oir 4- : Boys' Sp or ts C lub
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j E RO ~I E RI CE .J.V. LaCrosse 2; G ymnastics 2,3 ,4 ; I ntra m ur a ls 2,3 ,4 ; Fine Arts Cou nc il "2. PA UL RO lIR B.. CH \ Band 2.:1.-1. ALISO:-.' RI CH J OH :\" R I:\"TOU L SANDRA RO:\":\" IE Rl'DI:\" Choir 2.3.4: r .T.A . 4 : .-\.F.S. 3.-1. R O~ I E O LI Z ROSE KR .-\:\"S NAO :-.Il R ITZERT CH ARLI:\"E R I SLE Y Intramura ls 3,4 ; F .T.A. 4. G LEN:'! RITCH V ar sity LaCrosse 23,4 : Varsity Socce r 2,3.4 ; B.A.C . 2,3, K ey C lub 2,3,4, Treasu re r 3, V ice President 4 : G .O . Vice P resid e n t 4; Li brary Cou n cil 4 ; Band 2 ; Int ra mura ls 3 ; J u n io r Co unci l 3, Vice Pr eside nt 3. National H onor Society 3 ,4 ; A rista 3 ,4 : G irls' S tud en t Orch estr a Lead e rs 2,3 ,4 ; 2,3 ,4; S ta ge Crew 3.4 : Sec retary 4; I ntramurals 2,3,4 ; GAC. 4. WI LLI AM RO E L INDA ROBER G Ye a rb ook Business St a ff 3,4; Retai l Store 3,4 ; Intramurats 2,3. Sl'SAN SACKETT Yearbook Busin ess S ta ff 3,4 ; Ski Club 3 ; In tramura ls 2,3, .J. ; Pla y Festival 3,1. RU SSELL RUT HIG Ski C lub 3,1. IRE NE RYAN J O ANNE SC H ,~FF ER . ELIZAB ET H ROGERS KATH ERJ :-.'E R OG ERS Drama Workshop 2 : Modern Dan ce 2 : Hospitality Cluh 2.3,4 : President 3, T rea sur er -l : A.F .S. -l : I ntramur a ls 2,3,4. K E ITH RODR IQ U EZ V a rsity Soccer 4 ; I n tra m u ra ls 2:3.4. Modern Da nce 2: Ski Cl ub 4 : A.F.S. 3,4: Yea rboo k Literary Staff 3.4. WE NDY R UGG LES J O AN SAN IT A J OSEPH SC E ILI \ Vrestling 2, I ntra murals 3,·L Business C lu b 3.4- , \ I("C P resident 4 ' I ntr a mura ls 2.3,4: Honor ' T ea ms 2.3.4- : Play Festival 3,4 : A F.S. 4. H . 159 158 FRED SC HATZ G .O . Aln-rna re 2.3: Devirs Mirro r 4 : I n trnmurals 2,3.4 : Ch oir 4- : Boys' Sp or ts C lub
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HARR Y SEnIO UR DAVID SC HO EC K ANDR EW SC H:'-llT Z I ntra mu ra ls 3,4; Yea rbook Art Staff 4 ; W restl ing 3 ; G ymn ast ics. I n tr a mu ra ls 2,3"1- : W restl ing 3,4 ; Boys' Sports C lub . LINDSAY SCHOFI ELD K RI ST EN SC HU M AC KE R Gymnasti cs 2, 3,4; I n tra m urals 2,3,4. Ba nd 2,3 ,4 ; Arista 2 ,3 ,4 , Se cret ary 3. V ice Pr esident 4 ; Student Lead ers 3, 4 , V ice President 4 ; Intra mura ls 2, 3,4 ; Honor T ea ms 2,3,4 ; Devil's Mi rror +j A.F .S. 4 ; GAC. ~. R O BERT SC llO EPFLlN Varsi ty Soccer 2 ,3 ; l , coca pta in 4: J .V . La C rossc 2 ; Va rsity LaC rosse 3.-l ; K ey C lub 2.3.4. Secre tary -J : In tramurals 3..1- ; Band 2; B.A.C . 4; Library Aid e 3, 4. J OH N SC HU LT H E IS ].V. Baseball 2, captain 2; Varsity Ba seball Baske tball 2. 3,4 ; DO NALD SCLAFAN I 2· ' ness Staff ·1: C hoir ·1; Pla y Fest ival 4 ; S ki C lub 3. G R EGG SEYDE L Ski Club 2.3 ; C hoir -I : Ch oral Art 3; l . 3, VIGTO RL\ SEYD EL Thespians -l ; Ch oir 2. 3,4 : . F.T.:\. 4 : Sta ge Crc\\: 2: : La tin C lub 2: : Drama " a rkshop 2: : Play Festival 2.3.4 : S prin g Festival 2.3,4 ; Ch oral Ar t 4 . JA NET SC HUTTE F.N .A. 2 , 3 ,~ . STEV E SHAIK EN . G .O . Rcprcscnta.th·c 3; (Ih oir ? 3 , Spring Festi va l 3. -, · DONALD SHA W J O YC E SH EPH ERD Ch oir 2,3,4 : Ch oral .Art 3 ; Play Festiva l 3,4; Spnn~ Festival 3 ; I ntra mu ra ls z : Et Cetera 4. J .V . JA N ET SCHW ARZ C lub b rary Aid e -\- ; Ycarbonk BUSI- Cross Country 2.3 : Wi nter T rack 2.3: Spring T ra ck ~ . CAROLYN SHERIDAN Ch oir 2,3,4. C Y:-ITIIlA SE G AL Year book Art Staff 4 ; Devil's Mirror 2,3 ; Modern Dan ce 2 ; I ntra murals 2,3. D ebate rals 2. SUS AN SE RV IO G .O . Rep resenta tive 2 : I ~. t ram urals 2,3,4 ; A.F .S. .J ; L!- I n tram u - STEVEN S EE LY Varsity Baseball 2,3,4 ; Varsity Soccer 3.4: T.V . Basketball 2 i I ruramurals 2,3. CH ERY L SM IT H I n tra m ur als 2.3 ,4. SH AR O N SHY M AK Intrnmural s 2,3. ' j • Devil's Mirror 2. ~'fa!lag:lll~ Ed itor 3. Advisor y F.(I!IM 4 ; G.O . 2.3,4 : Kcr C luh 2.:L4. •\ 4 : G .O . Representative 4 . 16 1 160 DO UGLAS SM IT H Jun io r Ad visory Cnul~C"l l 3.4 . V icl' presiden t 3. Pn-sidcn trl : ANNE SIGNORE LLI ?:3 4 - BUSiness I n tram u ra 1 r: , 5 FS C luh 4. Presiden t :- ' . . . .
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HARR Y SEnIO UR DAVID SC HO EC K ANDR EW SC H:'-llT Z I ntra mu ra ls 3,4; Yea rbook Art Staff 4 ; W restl ing 3 ; G ymn ast ics. I n tr a mu ra ls 2,3"1- : W restl ing 3,4 ; Boys' Sports C lub . LINDSAY SCHOFI ELD K RI ST EN SC HU M AC KE R Gymnasti cs 2, 3,4; I n tra m urals 2,3,4. Ba nd 2,3 ,4 ; Arista 2 ,3 ,4 , Se cret ary 3. V ice Pr esident 4 ; Student Lead ers 3, 4 , V ice President 4 ; Intra mura ls 2, 3,4 ; Honor T ea ms 2,3,4 ; Devil's Mi rror +j A.F .S. 4 ; GAC. ~. R O BERT SC llO EPFLlN Varsi ty Soccer 2 ,3 ; l , coca pta in 4: J .V . La C rossc 2 ; Va rsity LaC rosse 3.-l ; K ey C lub 2.3.4. Secre tary -J : In tramurals 3..1- ; Band 2; B.A.C . 4; Library Aid e 3, 4. J OH N SC HU LT H E IS ].V. Baseball 2, captain 2; Varsity Ba seball Baske tball 2. 3,4 ; DO NALD SCLAFAN I 2· ' ness Staff ·1: C hoir ·1; Pla y Fest ival 4 ; S ki C lub 3. G R EGG SEYDE L Ski Club 2.3 ; C hoir -I : Ch oral Art 3; l . 3, VIGTO RL\ SEYD EL Thespians -l ; Ch oir 2. 3,4 : . F.T.:\. 4 : Sta ge Crc\\: 2: : La tin C lub 2: : Drama " a rkshop 2: : Play Festival 2.3.4 : S prin g Festival 2.3,4 ; Ch oral Ar t 4 . JA NET SC HUTTE F.N .A. 2 , 3 ,~ . STEV E SHAIK EN . G .O . Rcprcscnta.th·c 3; (Ih oir ? 3 , Spring Festi va l 3. -, · DONALD SHA W J O YC E SH EPH ERD Ch oir 2,3,4 : Ch oral .Art 3 ; Play Festiva l 3,4; Spnn~ Festival 3 ; I ntra mu ra ls z : Et Cetera 4. J .V . JA N ET SCHW ARZ C lub b rary Aid e -\- ; Ycarbonk BUSI- Cross Country 2.3 : Wi nter T rack 2.3: Spring T ra ck ~ . CAROLYN SHERIDAN Ch oir 2,3,4. C Y:-ITIIlA SE G AL Year book Art Staff 4 ; Devil's Mirror 2,3 ; Modern Dan ce 2 ; I ntra murals 2,3. D ebate rals 2. SUS AN SE RV IO G .O . Rep resenta tive 2 : I ~. t ram urals 2,3,4 ; A.F .S. .J ; L!- I n tram u - STEVEN S EE LY Varsity Baseball 2,3,4 ; Varsity Soccer 3.4: T.V . Basketball 2 i I ruramurals 2,3. CH ERY L SM IT H I n tra m ur als 2.3 ,4. SH AR O N SHY M AK Intrnmural s 2,3. ' j • Devil's Mirror 2. ~'fa!lag:lll~ Ed itor 3. Advisor y F.(I!IM 4 ; G.O . 2.3,4 : Kcr C luh 2.:L4. •\ 4 : G .O . Representative 4 . 16 1 160 DO UGLAS SM IT H Jun io r Ad visory Cnul~C"l l 3.4 . V icl' presiden t 3. Pn-sidcn trl : ANNE SIGNORE LLI ?:3 4 - BUSiness I n tram u ra 1 r: , 5 FS C luh 4. Presiden t :- ' . . . .
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ELDON S ~ lI T H W restling 2,3. R ad io Clu h 2: Gvm nnn ics 2 .-1: St a ge Cre w 3 ,.1 . ~ LI R T lI . I S ~ lI T Il F.T.:\ . 2 ; R ussia n C lub 3 : Af .S. -1; Da nce Band 2.:{, -1- ; I r ura m u ra ls 2 ,.l : Pla y Fes tiva l .1. WALT ER SNO W V a rsit y Baseball 2.3.-1-: K e y Clu b 3..1 : H on or Soci ety 3 A : Li h rary Aid e 3 .+: Soph oruorc X cwsp a pcr Ed itor 2 : S lide Rul e C lu h 2 .-1 : Ma thlctcs ·1, ca p ta in .1. :VIARGA R ET SORA N Jnt ram u rals 2.3 '+: Ye a rb oo k BAR BARA SO:VISON La t in Clu b 2,3 : Li br a ry Club Business St a ff 3,4 " A.F .S . 4, ; Et Ce tera 4. 2 ; Yea rbook Business Staff BAR B.\ RA SOKEL C R AIG STA UFFE R LrrC rossc Man ager 2.3 : R a di n C lub 2.3,4 : 1m ra mu ra ls 2.3,.1 : Lati n C luh 2.3. TlI O ~ LI S S ~ I O L C: NO P 2,3: Yearbook Li tera ry Staff 4 : D c\'il's Mi rror -1: Et C ete ra 4 : A.F.S. -1- : P la y F estiva l 3,4 ; I n t ra m ur al s 2, 3,4. l UI ES STO NE Lacrosse I! W restling 3.4. LL OY D STEGE R I n te ract 3. T rea sur er 4 : Slid e R u le C luh 2: Ma thlctcs 3.4 : Vnrsitv Basebal l Ma na ger 3. -l : :'\[a't h Seminar 33 . C.. ROL STEVENS I I u tra m u ral s 2.4 . II .JA:VlE S SO V IE RO ].V. Baseba ll 2 ; Var sity Baseba ll 3..-1- , Intra mura ls 2 ,3,4 ; Wrest ling 3. ~ : STE PH ANI Sl" SSNER ANN E LO UISE STR ICKLA ND J UDITH SU ~I E R E.~ U PAUL STU RGES ].V. LaCro sse 2 : ':'afSlty LaC rosse 3,4 ; Var sity Soccer 3,4 : Ba nd 2,3,4: I m ra m ura ls 2,3,4 . Et C etera 2.33. Edi tor 3,+ G .O . Rc pr cscnta rivc 2 A.F.S. 2.3'+ : Ar ista 2.3'+ S oph om ore Xe \l"spa per 2 Pla y Festival 2. I ,1 , I j FR ANK SPOSATO ].V. Foot bal l 2: Basebal l 2,3.4 : Varsity Foot hall 3 : I ntra lllur a ls '2 ,3A : W restl ing 2. ER IC SPO KAS La t in C luh 2.1 .-1 : Pa rkLot (: o ll lllli Il C :{: F o r u m '(' C lu l. -1: lntrau u rrals 3 ; 1. I G ARRE T T SPRAG UE W restl ing 2: LaC rosse 2. 'I STE PH EN S PR IN GSTE EN Wr estl ing 2A : I n t ra m u rals 2,3.4. WILLIAM SYK ES F oothall 2.3 ,4: T ra ck 2.3 ,4: Win te r Track 2 ,3 : Pa rk ing Lot Commi tt ee 3 ,·1: G .O. R ep rese n ta tive 3. DAVID T ELLEFSEN ROBER T TELLEF SEN PETER sZ UL E T ra c k 3.4: Soccer 4. ing 163 162
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ELDON S ~ lI T H W restling 2,3. R ad io Clu h 2: Gvm nnn ics 2 .-1: St a ge Cre w 3 ,.1 . ~ LI R T lI . I S ~ lI T Il F.T.:\ . 2 ; R ussia n C lub 3 : Af .S. -1; Da nce Band 2.:{, -1- ; I r ura m u ra ls 2 ,.l : Pla y Fes tiva l .1. WALT ER SNO W V a rsit y Baseball 2.3.-1-: K e y Clu b 3..1 : H on or Soci ety 3 A : Li h rary Aid e 3 .+: Soph oruorc X cwsp a pcr Ed itor 2 : S lide Rul e C lu h 2 .-1 : Ma thlctcs ·1, ca p ta in .1. :VIARGA R ET SORA N Jnt ram u rals 2.3 '+: Ye a rb oo k BAR BARA SO:VISON La t in Clu b 2,3 : Li br a ry Club Business St a ff 3,4 " A.F .S . 4, ; Et Ce tera 4. 2 ; Yea rbook Business Staff BAR B.\ RA SOKEL C R AIG STA UFFE R LrrC rossc Man ager 2.3 : R a di n C lub 2.3,4 : 1m ra mu ra ls 2.3,.1 : Lati n C luh 2.3. TlI O ~ LI S S ~ I O L C: NO P 2,3: Yearbook Li tera ry Staff 4 : D c\'il's Mi rror -1: Et C ete ra 4 : A.F.S. -1- : P la y F estiva l 3,4 ; I n t ra m ur al s 2, 3,4. l UI ES STO NE Lacrosse I! W restling 3.4. LL OY D STEGE R I n te ract 3. T rea sur er 4 : Slid e R u le C luh 2: Ma thlctcs 3.4 : Vnrsitv Basebal l Ma na ger 3. -l : :'\[a't h Seminar 33 . C.. ROL STEVENS I I u tra m u ral s 2.4 . II .JA:VlE S SO V IE RO ].V. Baseba ll 2 ; Var sity Baseba ll 3..-1- , Intra mura ls 2 ,3,4 ; Wrest ling 3. ~ : STE PH ANI Sl" SSNER ANN E LO UISE STR ICKLA ND J UDITH SU ~I E R E.~ U PAUL STU RGES ].V. LaCro sse 2 : ':'afSlty LaC rosse 3,4 ; Var sity Soccer 3,4 : Ba nd 2,3,4: I m ra m ura ls 2,3,4 . Et C etera 2.33. Edi tor 3,+ G .O . Rc pr cscnta rivc 2 A.F.S. 2.3'+ : Ar ista 2.3'+ S oph om ore Xe \l"spa per 2 Pla y Festival 2. I ,1 , I j FR ANK SPOSATO ].V. Foot bal l 2: Basebal l 2,3.4 : Varsity Foot hall 3 : I ntra lllur a ls '2 ,3A : W restl ing 2. ER IC SPO KAS La t in C luh 2.1 .-1 : Pa rkLot (: o ll lllli Il C :{: F o r u m '(' C lu l. -1: lntrau u rrals 3 ; 1. I G ARRE T T SPRAG UE W restl ing 2: LaC rosse 2. 'I STE PH EN S PR IN GSTE EN Wr estl ing 2A : I n t ra m u rals 2,3.4. WILLIAM SYK ES F oothall 2.3 ,4: T ra ck 2.3 ,4: Win te r Track 2 ,3 : Pa rk ing Lot Commi tt ee 3 ,·1: G .O. R ep rese n ta tive 3. DAVID T ELLEFSEN ROBER T TELLEF SEN PETER sZ UL E T ra c k 3.4: Soccer 4. ing 163 162
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LEO T ERR IZZ I T ra ck 2 : Wi nt er Tra ck 2 ; l ntram ural s 3. K AT HLEE:'> T ERR Y Ch eerl ead er 2,3 . capta m 3 : Varsit y Chee rleade r -t, capt~ in oJ ; G ymn ast ics 2, 3, Pr eside nt oJ; I nt ra m urals 2,3,4 ; A.F.S. 3,4 ; G.O. AI- r.y. .JO A:,>:,> E THAT CH ER A.F.S. 2.3.-1 : F.T .A. 2 ' Russia n Ci rcle 3,.; , Prl'si d ~ n t oJ ; NAXCY \, AXDER CRA IG T HAY ER C ross Co un try 2,3 : T ra ck 2 3 ,·1; W in t<> r Track 2 : I n t ra~ murals 3,4 ; Sl ide Rule Cl ub -I. ED W IN T YNDALL H o nor Soc iety 3.+ : Ar ista 3 4 ; E t Ce te ra q : D om est ic E x~ c hange Student" : Intra mur- al s 2. Pa rking Lot Comm ittee. ANNE UNANGS T Yearbook .. rt Staff 4 : A.F.S. \ 3,4 : Ski Club 2,3,4: I nt ramurals 3.·1. . ~ lAAS PATR Ie 1.-\ VAX r\ RSDALL Honor T eam s 2.3.4: St ud e nt Leaders 3.4 : G.A.C. 4 : I ntra mu ra ls 2.3.4: Pep C lub 2. 3. te ~na lC 2 ; H o nor Pa ss Com mittee 4. MA R G AR ET THO~IPSON Et Cetera 4 ; Intram ura ls 2, -I ; A.F.S. 2,3,-1. J AM ES T H OMS SANDRA TI LDEN Int ramu ra ls 2,3,4; H onor T ea ms 3,4 : Gy mn as tics ? 3 4,. Secr et a ry 4 ; G .A.C. Vice Presiden t -l ; G.O. Allerna te ~ ; Steeri ng Comm itt ee 4 ; j unior Coun cil 3. -'< NOR MAN VAND ER SC HUYT Va rsity Football 2,3,4 ; Va rsity La crosse 2,3,4 ; I ntram ura ls 2,3,4: Parking Lot Com mit tee 3,4 . J O SE PH T O SC ANO j.V. Football 2 ; Varsity Football 3,.1: j.V. Baseball ? Va rsity Basebal l 3,4 j Parki ;~ L ot C o m mittee 3,4; I nt ram ura ls 2,3 ,4 . JAM ES T R EANO R EVE LY N TUCKE R T heSPians. 3,4 ; Ski C lu b 2,3,4 ; R,ne C lub 2: Folk 5 m gm g ? . I n t ra m u ra la Z 3 4 · - V IV IAN TR USNO A . F .5.4. -, , , PAULA T UC K ER CARO L VECCHIONE Busin ess C lub 2,3; Play Fe stiva l 2: Thesp ian Ap pre n tice 2. MAR K VECKMAN J.V. Football 2 : Track 2.4 ; Soph omore Council 2 : G .O. R epresen ta tive 2 : D a nce Ba nd 2.3.4 : I n tra m ur al s 2 : Devils' M ir ror 4 : A.F .S. 3.4. Ar ista 3.4 : Intra mura ls 3.4: Yearbook Li terary Staff 3; Et Cetera 4 : A.F.S. 4. GARY VAN STEEKBURG H Wrestling 2. .JO ANNE VERDO LIN O I nt ran m ra ls 2.3.·1: Sophomore Cou ncil 2 : J unior Cou ncil 3 : St ee ring Com mittee 4- : G .O . Alter na te 3. 165 164 L1XDA \,ASQ l:EZ JANET VAN SISE Busine ss Club 4. Secretary 4 ; Ch oir 3 ; I nt ra mura ls 2,4. R ICHARD W ..\ (; NER lV. Fo tball o 2: Va rsity Foo tba ll 3: l n trnm ur a !s 3.4 : Gymnast ics 3.4.
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LEO T ERR IZZ I T ra ck 2 : Wi nt er Tra ck 2 ; l ntram ural s 3. K AT HLEE:'> T ERR Y Ch eerl ead er 2,3 . capta m 3 : Varsit y Chee rleade r -t, capt~ in oJ ; G ymn ast ics 2, 3, Pr eside nt oJ; I nt ra m urals 2,3,4 ; A.F.S. 3,4 ; G.O. AI- r.y. .JO A:,>:,> E THAT CH ER A.F.S. 2.3.-1 : F.T .A. 2 ' Russia n Ci rcle 3,.; , Prl'si d ~ n t oJ ; NAXCY \, AXDER CRA IG T HAY ER C ross Co un try 2,3 : T ra ck 2 3 ,·1; W in t<> r Track 2 : I n t ra~ murals 3,4 ; Sl ide Rule Cl ub -I. ED W IN T YNDALL H o nor Soc iety 3.+ : Ar ista 3 4 ; E t Ce te ra q : D om est ic E x~ c hange Student" : Intra mur- al s 2. Pa rking Lot Comm ittee. ANNE UNANGS T Yearbook .. rt Staff 4 : A.F.S. \ 3,4 : Ski Club 2,3,4: I nt ramurals 3.·1. . ~ lAAS PATR Ie 1.-\ VAX r\ RSDALL Honor T eam s 2.3.4: St ud e nt Leaders 3.4 : G.A.C. 4 : I ntra mu ra ls 2.3.4: Pep C lub 2. 3. te ~na lC 2 ; H o nor Pa ss Com mittee 4. MA R G AR ET THO~IPSON Et Cetera 4 ; Intram ura ls 2, -I ; A.F.S. 2,3,-1. J AM ES T H OMS SANDRA TI LDEN Int ramu ra ls 2,3,4; H onor T ea ms 3,4 : Gy mn as tics ? 3 4,. Secr et a ry 4 ; G .A.C. Vice Presiden t -l ; G.O. Allerna te ~ ; Steeri ng Comm itt ee 4 ; j unior Coun cil 3. -'< NOR MAN VAND ER SC HUYT Va rsity Football 2,3,4 ; Va rsity La crosse 2,3,4 ; I ntram ura ls 2,3,4: Parking Lot Com mit tee 3,4 . J O SE PH T O SC ANO j.V. Football 2 ; Varsity Football 3,.1: j.V. Baseball ? Va rsity Basebal l 3,4 j Parki ;~ L ot C o m mittee 3,4; I nt ram ura ls 2,3 ,4 . JAM ES T R EANO R EVE LY N TUCKE R T heSPians. 3,4 ; Ski C lu b 2,3,4 ; R,ne C lub 2: Folk 5 m gm g ? . I n t ra m u ra la Z 3 4 · - V IV IAN TR USNO A . F .5.4. -, , , PAULA T UC K ER CARO L VECCHIONE Busin ess C lub 2,3; Play Fe stiva l 2: Thesp ian Ap pre n tice 2. MAR K VECKMAN J.V. Football 2 : Track 2.4 ; Soph omore Council 2 : G .O. R epresen ta tive 2 : D a nce Ba nd 2.3.4 : I n tra m ur al s 2 : Devils' M ir ror 4 : A.F .S. 3.4. Ar ista 3.4 : Intra mura ls 3.4: Yearbook Li terary Staff 3; Et Cetera 4 : A.F.S. 4. GARY VAN STEEKBURG H Wrestling 2. .JO ANNE VERDO LIN O I nt ran m ra ls 2.3.·1: Sophomore Cou ncil 2 : J unior Cou ncil 3 : St ee ring Com mittee 4- : G .O . Alter na te 3. 165 164 L1XDA \,ASQ l:EZ JANET VAN SISE Busine ss Club 4. Secretary 4 ; Ch oir 3 ; I nt ra mura ls 2,4. R ICHARD W ..\ (; NER lV. Fo tball o 2: Va rsity Foo tba ll 3: l n trnm ur a !s 3.4 : Gymnast ics 3.4.
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J EFFR EY WILLIA~l S Wr estling :!.3. EDWARD W I LLL\~ I S FR A:\C ES WALK O D,\ VID WI LBC R D ra ma W rJrksh' Jp 2; F ..\".A . 3,4. S lid e R uh.' Cl uh 2 : C hcmi stTr Cluh 2 : ),Iat h Semi nar .J : " lathlt:l cs .J, ca p ta in .l. WALTER WAS IK I nt ram ural s 2 . :L-~ : BflYs' S ports C lub 2 ; PIa)' f estival. WI L I.l A ~1 WAT T ERS Fen ci ng 3.4 : G .O . Alterna te 2.3 : Latin C lub 2.3.4 : Debate C luh 2.3; Boys' Spor ts C luh 2.3.4: I n tcra ct 3.4 : Sl id" Rut" C lub 2 : Intramura ls 2.3 ,4. J O YC E WI LLDIS PATR IC IA W EBB Jnt ramurals ~ . :{, · l : Choir s, 4 ; :\.F.S. ·1: Yearbook Litera ry Staff -I: Yearbo ok Bu siness StafT 3 ; Dcvirs M irro r Busin ess St aff -I : Et Ce te ra ·1 ' Pia )' Fe stiva l 2,3,'L • GAYLE WRI GHT ~IlCH .\EL \\'O LLY PATR IC IA WEBER SUZ A:-I:-IE W EBER A.F.S. 3 ; G.O . Altern at e 3 ' F .T .A. 4 ; Yearbook L iter ar; Staff 3,1; Ski C lub 1. FREDER ICK WEI~ IA:-IN Band 2 ,3 ,4 ; I n tra mu ra ls 23' Ski C lub 3. JOH N WELGE \ Vrcst ling 2 ; Gym na st ics 3,4 . ' , N.. NC Y W INT ER \ A.F .S. 2,3.4 ; Year book Litcrary Sta ff 2.3 ; Yearbook Busine ss Staff 3; Play Fcstival 3 ; F.T.A. 3.4: Secr et ary 4 ; l n tra mu rals 2,3,4. AL LEN WOER:-IER Key C lub 1 . Spring Prod ucti on 3.4 : Play Festival 3.4 : Yea rbook 4, Busin ess ~[ anager .. : In tra m u rals 2 : Sophomore Council 2 : J.V. Basehall Manager 2 : La tin Cluh 2.3.4 : Russian C ircl e 3,4: T hesp ia ns 3," . Yearbook 2.3.-1 : Literary Ed itor -l : Er Cetera 3.4: ' La t in Club 3.-1 : In tra rnura ls 2.3 : T hespia n Ap pr entice -1 : Orchestra 2.-1 : Play Festiva l 3,4. CCRT IS \\ T CK OFF ROSCOE WRIGHT Track 3 : Aud io Y isllal 2J.·I : I n tra l11 ur als 2.4. HO LLY WRI GHT CARO L W ES:-IO FSK E CO :-lSTAXCE WHA RTON KAT HRYN WH IT E D cvi l's Mi rror -I: Et Ce te ra 3 ,4 ; I nt ram urals 2,3 ," ; A.F .S . 4 : ~-, at in Clu b 2.3,4 : Play Fest ival 2 ,:\ ," : Yearbook L iterary St a ff -l : Yearbook Bu sine ss Staff 2.3 . R IC HARD WHIT NEY Wrestli ng 2 ,3 ," ; l nrramurals . Ch ora l Art 2.3,4; I nt ra rnu ra ls 4: C hoir 2 .3.4 : Dance Band 2 : D e ba te C luh 2: Yea rh ook Busin ess S taff 2 : Yca rbook L ite rary S tarr ... KATH LEE:-I WR IGHT G .O . Rep rescn tat i\"C .,: J.uninr Counc il 3 : l l onor SOC\f'ty 3.4 ; .-\rista 3.... Tn'astlrf'r -I; H onor Pass Committ ee -l : D f'dl's Mirror 2.3."; n omf'Stic Es cha llc 3 : C ho ir 2J : w I ntra mura ls 2.3 . 167 166 C ross Country 2: T rack 2. :\. .. ; 5ocTl'r 3.-1 : :\ .F.5. --1 : .-\.F.S. Sum mer Excha nge Prll.e- ra m 1 : K f'r Club 2.:U , Presid ent .,: (; O . Tn'asurf'r 1.
J EFFR EY  WILLIA l S  Wr estling   .3.  EDWARD W I LLL   I S  FR A  C ES WALK O D,  VID WI LBC R  D ra ma W rJrksh  Jp 2 ...
J EFFR EY WILLIA~l S Wr estling :!.3. EDWARD W I LLL\~ I S FR A:\C ES WALK O D,\ VID WI LBC R D ra ma W rJrksh' Jp 2; F ..\".A . 3,4. S lid e R uh.' Cl uh 2 : C hcmi stTr Cluh 2 : ),Iat h Semi nar .J : " lathlt:l cs .J, ca p ta in .l. WALTER WAS IK I nt ram ural s 2 . :L-~ : BflYs' S ports C lub 2 ; PIa)' f estival. WI L I.l A ~1 WAT T ERS Fen ci ng 3.4 : G .O . Alterna te 2.3 : Latin C lub 2.3.4 : Debate C luh 2.3; Boys' Spor ts C luh 2.3.4: I n tcra ct 3.4 : Sl id" Rut" C lub 2 : Intramura ls 2.3 ,4. J O YC E WI LLDIS PATR IC IA W EBB Jnt ramurals ~ . :{, · l : Choir s, 4 ; :\.F.S. ·1: Yearbook Litera ry Staff -I: Yearbo ok Bu siness StafT 3 ; Dcvirs M irro r Busin ess St aff -I : Et Ce te ra ·1 ' Pia )' Fe stiva l 2,3,'L • GAYLE WRI GHT ~IlCH .\EL \\'O LLY PATR IC IA WEBER SUZ A:-I:-IE W EBER A.F.S. 3 ; G.O . Altern at e 3 ' F .T .A. 4 ; Yearbook L iter ar; Staff 3,1; Ski C lub 1. FREDER ICK WEI~ IA:-IN Band 2 ,3 ,4 ; I n tra mu ra ls 23' Ski C lub 3. JOH N WELGE \ Vrcst ling 2 ; Gym na st ics 3,4 . ' , N.. NC Y W INT ER \ A.F .S. 2,3.4 ; Year book Litcrary Sta ff 2.3 ; Yearbook Busine ss Staff 3; Play Fcstival 3 ; F.T.A. 3.4: Secr et ary 4 ; l n tra mu rals 2,3,4. AL LEN WOER:-IER Key C lub 1 . Spring Prod ucti on 3.4 : Play Festival 3.4 : Yea rbook 4, Busin ess ~[ anager .. : In tra m u rals 2 : Sophomore Council 2 : J.V. Basehall Manager 2 : La tin Cluh 2.3.4 : Russian C ircl e 3,4: T hesp ia ns 3," . Yearbook 2.3.-1 : Literary Ed itor -l : Er Cetera 3.4: ' La t in Club 3.-1 : In tra rnura ls 2.3 : T hespia n Ap pr entice -1 : Orchestra 2.-1 : Play Festiva l 3,4. CCRT IS \\ T CK OFF ROSCOE WRIGHT Track 3 : Aud io Y isllal 2J.·I : I n tra l11 ur als 2.4. HO LLY WRI GHT CARO L W ES:-IO FSK E CO :-lSTAXCE WHA RTON KAT HRYN WH IT E D cvi l's Mi rror -I: Et Ce te ra 3 ,4 ; I nt ram urals 2,3 ," ; A.F .S . 4 : ~-, at in Clu b 2.3,4 : Play Fest ival 2 ,:\ ," : Yearbook L iterary St a ff -l : Yearbook Bu sine ss Staff 2.3 . R IC HARD WHIT NEY Wrestli ng 2 ,3 ," ; l nrramurals . Ch ora l Art 2.3,4; I nt ra rnu ra ls 4: C hoir 2 .3.4 : Dance Band 2 : D e ba te C luh 2: Yea rh ook Busin ess S taff 2 : Yca rbook L ite rary S tarr ... KATH LEE:-I WR IGHT G .O . Rep rescn tat i\"C .,: J.uninr Counc il 3 : l l onor SOC\f'ty 3.4 ; .-\rista 3.... Tn'astlrf'r -I; H onor Pass Committ ee -l : D f'dl's Mirror 2.3."; n omf'Stic Es cha llc 3 : C ho ir 2J : w I ntra mura ls 2.3 . 167 166 C ross Country 2: T rack 2. :\. .. ; 5ocTl'r 3.-1 : :\ .F.5. --1 : .-\.F.S. Sum mer Excha nge Prll.e- ra m 1 : K f'r Club 2.:U , Presid ent .,: (; O . Tn'asurf'r 1.
J EFFR EY  WILLIA l S  Wr estling   .3.  EDWARD W I LLL   I S  FR A  C ES WALK O D,  VID WI LBC R  D ra ma W rJrksh  Jp 2 ...
-t" r: J OH:-: ZAUG -: ii- St age C rew 2 ,3,4 . ROBERT YALDE:-: II I' •• . ~' J ANE YO UNG I n tra mu rals 2,3,4 ; A.F.S 3 4; Yca rhcok Sta ff 4 · Festiva l 2. , PI a> : . PAUL ZI NN W restlin g 3 4' I WANDA ZDRAL 2,3,4. " ntramurals CAROL ZI EGL ER ~~;~am u rals 2,4; Majorettes Mrs. E sth er Potter this Ju ne completes a career of 40 yea rs in school lif braries, pub lic libraries, and teaching - the last 15 o which she has spent as librarian in Huntingt on H igh School. She has served lo yally and well. Students and faculty wish her the best in retirement. .~lE LiS S A ZS UFFA D C,,"II s Mi rror Sta ff 4 : In. tramu ra ls 2,3 ; Pia)" Festival MAR V IN ZU MWALT Win te r Track 4 j T rack 4. 3,4 . 166 ROBERT ZWART ].V. Football 2 · Football 3 4 ; IntramuraIs ' 2 3 4 ' Sl'd ' I e Rule 4. ' ' J
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-t" r: J OH:-: ZAUG -: ii- St age C rew 2 ,3,4 . ROBERT YALDE:-: II I' •• . ~' J ANE YO UNG I n tra mu rals 2,3,4 ; A.F.S 3 4; Yca rhcok Sta ff 4 · Festiva l 2. , PI a> : . PAUL ZI NN W restlin g 3 4' I WANDA ZDRAL 2,3,4. " ntramurals CAROL ZI EGL ER ~~;~am u rals 2,4; Majorettes Mrs. E sth er Potter this Ju ne completes a career of 40 yea rs in school lif braries, pub lic libraries, and teaching - the last 15 o which she has spent as librarian in Huntingt on H igh School. She has served lo yally and well. Students and faculty wish her the best in retirement. .~lE LiS S A ZS UFFA D C,,"II s Mi rror Sta ff 4 : In. tramu ra ls 2,3 ; Pia)" Festival MAR V IN ZU MWALT Win te r Track 4 j T rack 4. 3,4 . 166 ROBERT ZWART ].V. Football 2 · Football 3 4 ; IntramuraIs ' 2 3 4 ' Sl'd ' I e Rule 4. ' ' J
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, The World Today Alcksri K osygin succcrdrd to post Khrushc he v u'as both part}' secretar)' an d premrero 0 I B ./ c ° nett ' Commu nist Party first secretary, d . r ez In t r, L eon l KHRUSHCHEV OUSTED FROM TOP POSTS; BREZHNEVGETS CHIEF PARTY POSITION AND KOSYGIN IS NA MED NEW PREMIER Sir W inston Churchill Dies at 90 DEMOCRATICTICKET: JOHNSONAND HUMPHREY: BOTH NOJIINA TEf) BY ROARINGACCLAMATIO:J; I'RESID!--:YT..t T SC/,~YE, BREA K/XC;..t TRADJ7'lO.V JOHNSON S WAMPS GOLDWATER AND KENNEDY BEATS KEATING; DEMOCRATS WIN LEGISLATURE n n 0/ p remi a of S ori et U nion.
,  The World Today  Alcksri K osygin succcrdrd to post Khrushc he v u as both part   secretar   an d premrero 0 I B .  c  ...
, The World Today Alcksri K osygin succcrdrd to post Khrushc he v u'as both part}' secretar)' an d premrero 0 I B ./ c ° nett ' Commu nist Party first secretary, d . r ez In t r, L eon l KHRUSHCHEV OUSTED FROM TOP POSTS; BREZHNEVGETS CHIEF PARTY POSITION AND KOSYGIN IS NA MED NEW PREMIER Sir W inston Churchill Dies at 90 DEMOCRATICTICKET: JOHNSONAND HUMPHREY: BOTH NOJIINA TEf) BY ROARINGACCLAMATIO:J; I'RESID!--:YT..t T SC/,~YE, BREA K/XC;..t TRADJ7'lO.V JOHNSON S WAMPS GOLDWATER AND KENNEDY BEATS KEATING; DEMOCRATS WIN LEGISLATURE n n 0/ p remi a of S ori et U nion.
,  The World Today  Alcksri K osygin succcrdrd to post Khrushc he v u as both part   secretar   an d premrero 0 I B .  c  ...
CHINA TESTS ATOMIC BOMB ASKS SUMMIT TALK ON BAN· JOHNSONM IZES PERIL INIM Labor Party 1:s th e A pparent Victor in British Election . Best Sell ers F ICTION Herzog, Bellow (1 last week) The Horse Knows the Way O' H a ra (4) The Man , Wallace (2)' The Rector of Justin, Auchincloss Funerol in Berlin , Deighto n (5) (3) Yo.u Only Live Twice, F leming This Rough Mogic , Stewart (7) Candy, Southern and H offen ber ;ol:enant. With Death, Becker . u 'an, Vidal (8) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1~' 20 TO 30 HOSTAGES KILLED AS CONGO RESCUE BEGINS· STANLEYVILLE IS RETAKEN SOVIET ORBITS 31N 81.1VGLE CRAFT; COMMANDER, DOCTOR, SCIE1 VTIST ARE WEARINGORJ()][lV ARY CLOTHES (l~) NONFICT ION 1. Ma r ~i ~g s, Hammarskjold (1) 2. R emonls~enc es, MacArt hur (2) 3. The Italia ns, Barzin i (3) i~ e Founding Father , Wha len (5) . e Word s, Sartre (6) 6. T~e Kennedy Years, T he N ew Y ork Times and Vi king Press (4) 7. ~y A~tobiography, C hapli n (7) 8. lif e with Picasso, Gilot and Lake (8) 9. Q ueen Victor ia , Lo ngford 10. The Kennedy Wit, A dler l' Rome Moves Toward Changes for Unity 173 172
CHINA TESTS ATOMIC BOMB ASKS SUMMIT TALK ON BAN   JOHNSONM IZES PERIL INIM  Labor Party 1 s th e A pparent Victor in Briti...
CHINA TESTS ATOMIC BOMB ASKS SUMMIT TALK ON BAN· JOHNSONM IZES PERIL INIM Labor Party 1:s th e A pparent Victor in British Election . Best Sell ers F ICTION Herzog, Bellow (1 last week) The Horse Knows the Way O' H a ra (4) The Man , Wallace (2)' The Rector of Justin, Auchincloss Funerol in Berlin , Deighto n (5) (3) Yo.u Only Live Twice, F leming This Rough Mogic , Stewart (7) Candy, Southern and H offen ber ;ol:enant. With Death, Becker . u 'an, Vidal (8) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1~' 20 TO 30 HOSTAGES KILLED AS CONGO RESCUE BEGINS· STANLEYVILLE IS RETAKEN SOVIET ORBITS 31N 81.1VGLE CRAFT; COMMANDER, DOCTOR, SCIE1 VTIST ARE WEARINGORJ()][lV ARY CLOTHES (l~) NONFICT ION 1. Ma r ~i ~g s, Hammarskjold (1) 2. R emonls~enc es, MacArt hur (2) 3. The Italia ns, Barzin i (3) i~ e Founding Father , Wha len (5) . e Word s, Sartre (6) 6. T~e Kennedy Years, T he N ew Y ork Times and Vi king Press (4) 7. ~y A~tobiography, C hapli n (7) 8. lif e with Picasso, Gilot and Lake (8) 9. Q ueen Victor ia , Lo ngford 10. The Kennedy Wit, A dler l' Rome Moves Toward Changes for Unity 173 172
CHINA TESTS ATOMIC BOMB ASKS SUMMIT TALK ON BAN   JOHNSONM IZES PERIL INIM  Labor Party 1 s th e A pparent Victor in Briti...
2 ;000IN M SO OCW SA EA T G NATTACK ON U EMBASSY ,S, Sukarno and U.N. Indonesia's ::Iloti,'es in Wit hd rawing F rom th e World Body Are Examined T he discotheq ue fashion of '65 includ e lace stoc kings, and th e " fresh" look. " A :-; I::XCEPTI O:-;.\ L ACCO;o.t P LJ SUME:-;"T . 1 R EJO ICE " T I1'S !Sl.'CCE ES ." VIETCONG BLOW UP U.S. BARRACKS, G.l. KILLED, 24 HUNTED IN RUBBLE; SAIGON TROOPS ROUTED IN BATTLE _ T I CA L H I T .' Di rl'c tt d btl JERO JJE RO BB I .\'S PRICE S : Ma n. t h tll Sal. [Yf l .-Orr h. S9.9'O : MUl. sg .20: Bi le. SI .60. 7.50. & .90 U 5.75. 4.95 In U l aId alit Indl li l'lIt, ly. ) Wed. Mal. Orch. S6.25; Mell. $5.50; Bale. S4.95. 4.30. 3.80. S e l L Feb. 22 Mi ll. : Orch. S6.60 : Mer:. $5.95 : B.lc. 15. 50. 4.95. 4.30. Enelol' ulf.edd. ItamUd I nn lop. &. Ih t d.te. IM PE RIA L THEA .• 249 W. 45 S t. to 5.1 412 .It. TilE F ABU LOUS NEW JIU S/ CA L lilT! F ll AR BTlA ~YDNE \' STR L IS AX D '; C HAPLI :-O G I R L U~~Y MAIl.. ORD E RS NOW T H RU S EP T. 4. 1965 ~~,~. ~~~~o, t~~9110 .S;.~~. ~~~S: ~~·I~~ ;J:J.""'$~·!t~ ; Drch. 55.50: I..Ogo $5.50; Mell. $.$.80. 4.30. 3.8G. 3. Encl. 1t n m p~ d u l1. addr. env. I.. ist all . da tu . WINT E R GARDEN Th el ,8' '''~Y &. 50.t i 5. 4878 NO P ERf . TONI GHT (THUR S·I IIt ) L. M A T . uos, II/ '::JO " AME RI CAN POP UI..AR MUSi CAl.. TH EA· T R E AT IT S B EST!"-Tal l1 mllln . Tl lllt5 Ameri ca bad swee ping tr iu m p hs in th e T ok yo ga mes. '1 < S",ilx>l In Th e RIchm ond Ttmes.D lspa lcb .... "G oing it al one 7" '~" 'k ' " ..: ' . .~ . , :; .~ ,.X\~j·' .. ' /, G . S A) !:I[ Y DA V IS Th e 1'>'('w ;UtMlca l Smash ! O L D E I': BO Y Mon. Ihrv S al . EYRi . : Orch. S9.90: Meu. S8 60 ' Bi le. S7. 50. 6.90. 5.75. " .80. Wed. Mat. :' arch. $5.75 : M ell. S5." 0: Bil e. S4.B4 . 4.30. 3.60. 2. 90 Sat. &. f eb. 12 Mat . : Orch. 56.25: Mell. $5) 5; aere. ,.. .80. " .3 0,3.60. 2.9 0. MAJE STI C T hea. 247 W. .... St . ~ 1· 4792 UNAN IMOU S LY ACCLAt MED MUS ICAl. HITI CAR OL CHA :NNI N G In EL La. DOL L Y tn rectee &- ChoTto/:u pht'd bJ GOWER CHA l\IPI O:N H MAIL ORD ERS All En l . : S9,90. s.o 5. 7.50. 6 90 5 75 ...80. 3. 60. Mdi. Wed.. sa t. L F'eb: 22 : ·SU 5. 5.50. 4.80. 4.30. 3.80. 3.00. ST. JA MES Thn.. 2.fS w. .... St . OX S · 51~ ~GOLDFINGEB".... rw"iii'W"I ~ ~ ~=~ n ... _ TECHNICOlDR- UNITEDlRJlSTS : " O EO N FTHE YEAR'S10BEST!" ; • _ 1._/1 _ "" . II ' _ ...\ _JC'i\. '- U ll _r.·fl' IU' • • WALT DISNEYS l\ ~ • • .. .: " '~ Y,l=-: ~ "BEST ACTRESS OF THE YEAR !" D et roit styling reflec ts the elegance - N .Y. Jll M C RITICS ' . ....... R O of th e sixties. SEAtK:E OtJAWET AfTERtJOOtJ ",I, 175 174
2  000IN M SO OCW SA EA T G NATTACK ON U EMBASSY ,S,  Sukarno and U.N. Indonesia s   Iloti, es in Wit hd rawing F rom th e...
2 ;000IN M SO OCW SA EA T G NATTACK ON U EMBASSY ,S, Sukarno and U.N. Indonesia's ::Iloti,'es in Wit hd rawing F rom th e World Body Are Examined T he discotheq ue fashion of '65 includ e lace stoc kings, and th e " fresh" look. " A :-; I::XCEPTI O:-;.\ L ACCO;o.t P LJ SUME:-;"T . 1 R EJO ICE " T I1'S !Sl.'CCE ES ." VIETCONG BLOW UP U.S. BARRACKS, G.l. KILLED, 24 HUNTED IN RUBBLE; SAIGON TROOPS ROUTED IN BATTLE _ T I CA L H I T .' Di rl'c tt d btl JERO JJE RO BB I .\'S PRICE S : Ma n. t h tll Sal. [Yf l .-Orr h. S9.9'O : MUl. sg .20: Bi le. SI .60. 7.50. & .90 U 5.75. 4.95 In U l aId alit Indl li l'lIt, ly. ) Wed. Mal. Orch. S6.25; Mell. $5.50; Bale. S4.95. 4.30. 3.80. S e l L Feb. 22 Mi ll. : Orch. S6.60 : Mer:. $5.95 : B.lc. 15. 50. 4.95. 4.30. Enelol' ulf.edd. ItamUd I nn lop. &. Ih t d.te. IM PE RIA L THEA .• 249 W. 45 S t. to 5.1 412 .It. TilE F ABU LOUS NEW JIU S/ CA L lilT! F ll AR BTlA ~YDNE \' STR L IS AX D '; C HAPLI :-O G I R L U~~Y MAIl.. ORD E RS NOW T H RU S EP T. 4. 1965 ~~,~. ~~~~o, t~~9110 .S;.~~. ~~~S: ~~·I~~ ;J:J.""'$~·!t~ ; Drch. 55.50: I..Ogo $5.50; Mell. $.$.80. 4.30. 3.8G. 3. Encl. 1t n m p~ d u l1. addr. env. I.. ist all . da tu . WINT E R GARDEN Th el ,8' '''~Y &. 50.t i 5. 4878 NO P ERf . TONI GHT (THUR S·I IIt ) L. M A T . uos, II/ '::JO " AME RI CAN POP UI..AR MUSi CAl.. TH EA· T R E AT IT S B EST!"-Tal l1 mllln . Tl lllt5 Ameri ca bad swee ping tr iu m p hs in th e T ok yo ga mes. '1 < S",ilx>l In Th e RIchm ond Ttmes.D lspa lcb .... "G oing it al one 7" '~" 'k ' " ..: ' . .~ . , :; .~ ,.X\~j·' .. ' /, G . S A) !:I[ Y DA V IS Th e 1'>'('w ;UtMlca l Smash ! O L D E I': BO Y Mon. Ihrv S al . EYRi . : Orch. S9.90: Meu. S8 60 ' Bi le. S7. 50. 6.90. 5.75. " .80. Wed. Mat. :' arch. $5.75 : M ell. S5." 0: Bil e. S4.B4 . 4.30. 3.60. 2. 90 Sat. &. f eb. 12 Mat . : Orch. 56.25: Mell. $5) 5; aere. ,.. .80. " .3 0,3.60. 2.9 0. MAJE STI C T hea. 247 W. .... St . ~ 1· 4792 UNAN IMOU S LY ACCLAt MED MUS ICAl. HITI CAR OL CHA :NNI N G In EL La. DOL L Y tn rectee &- ChoTto/:u pht'd bJ GOWER CHA l\IPI O:N H MAIL ORD ERS All En l . : S9,90. s.o 5. 7.50. 6 90 5 75 ...80. 3. 60. Mdi. Wed.. sa t. L F'eb: 22 : ·SU 5. 5.50. 4.80. 4.30. 3.80. 3.00. ST. JA MES Thn.. 2.fS w. .... St . OX S · 51~ ~GOLDFINGEB".... rw"iii'W"I ~ ~ ~=~ n ... _ TECHNICOlDR- UNITEDlRJlSTS : " O EO N FTHE YEAR'S10BEST!" ; • _ 1._/1 _ "" . II ' _ ...\ _JC'i\. '- U ll _r.·fl' IU' • • WALT DISNEYS l\ ~ • • .. .: " '~ Y,l=-: ~ "BEST ACTRESS OF THE YEAR !" D et roit styling reflec ts the elegance - N .Y. Jll M C RITICS ' . ....... R O of th e sixties. SEAtK:E OtJAWET AfTERtJOOtJ ",I, 175 174
2  000IN M SO OCW SA EA T G NATTACK ON U EMBASSY ,S,  Sukarno and U.N. Indonesia s   Iloti, es in Wit hd rawing F rom th e...