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Why Beverly is the greatest . . . 





WATCHTO WER - 1060 

Volume XXXIII -Published by The Yearbook Staff 
Beverly Hills High School- Beverly Hills. California 




September 16, 1959, fifteen hundred and 
fifty enthusiastic Normans in two hundred 
and seventy-eight assorted cars arrived on 
campus scrambling in search of parking 
spaces, which were fewer this year because 
of the construction of the new Science 
Building. From their appearance it was ob- 
vious that "sacks" were gone, girls were 
back, and the crew cut boys had gone Ivy 
League. "Maverick" had captured these 
Normans' vote as the best TV program, 
Johnny Mathis had sung his way into their 
hearts, and Brigitte Bardot was their favo- 
rite screen star. This was the year Kookie 
was embellishing the English language, cof- 
fee houses had taken the place of drive-ins, 
and rock and roll still continued to outdo 
the "music of Mother's time." 




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The Norman Campus is a great invest- 
ment in beauty and utility. The main 
building, which is of Norman Architect- 
ural design, opened its doors to the first 
students in 1927. Over the years the 
Shops, the Boys' and Girls' Gym, the 
Swim Gym, the Drivers Education, Busi- 
ness Education, and Science Buildings 
have been added. Beverly's Swim Gym is 
very unique in that a basketball court 
opens and closes over the pool. Also, the 
new Science Building is one of the best 
equipped and most modern buildings 
ever built. 




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It is certainly not "all work and no play" at Beverly. Many extra - curricular activities are provided for Normans. 
School dances, sponsored by classes and organizations, are held in the Swim Gym, the Student Lounge, or the nearby 
luxury hotels. Club life is encouraged through faculty-sponsored campus groups. All students are urged to join a 
club which in some way contributes to their interests or needs. School plays, musicals, and talent assemblies provide 
an opportunity for those interested in music, dance, and drama. Most popular of all activities are student body and 
intramural sports. 



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Ninety regular courses adhering to the 
fine standards traditional at Beverly 
are offered to Normans, carefully pre- 
paring them for college or careers fol- 
lowing high school. In addition, a pro- 
gram has been set up for the academi- 
cally able. Honor classes are offered in 
English, social studies, mathematics, 
chemistry, physics, Latin, Spanish, 
German, and French. Seminars, which 
comprise four groups of eighteen stu- 
dents each and one group at each 
grade level, provide another stimulus 
to intellectual growth. Summer school 
courses are designed to project the 
student's thinking beyond the high 
school level. An accelerated plan has 
been adopted to enable the more tal- 
ented seniors to take university courses 
at UCLA in addition to their senior 
work. 




Mrs. Adrienne Cross' class works in the Language Laboratory conducted 
by the Laboratory Assistant, Edwin Frankenbach. 



Mr. Sparks instructs his class in study skills. 




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Mrs. Markul supervises experiments in chemistry. 



It's the Classes 



Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Viau conduct a Senior Seminar in art. 









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It's the Faculty . . . 



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After playing around with words like 
outstanding, distinguished, enthusiastic, 
and hard working to describe the eighty- 
four members of our teaching staff, we 
finally came up with a phrase that seems 
to best sum up what we want to say: 
"Our faculty has a sense of humor." If 
you will turn to pages 24 through 31 
and look at the candid snapshots taken 
unannounced by our staff photographer, 
we believe you'll agree it is a group that 
seems to be happy in their work. 





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CONTENTS 



Administration lit 

Student lloclv Activities 36 

Classes .10 

Sports !Mi 

Organizations B 10 

Campus Lite H» I 



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Kenneth L. Peters 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Superintendent of Schools Kenneth L. Peters was principal 
of Beverly Hills- High School from 1950 to 1959 and 
served as Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the last 
four years. Normans will remember his active interest in 
student body affairs, his enthusiastic support at athletic 
events, and his concern for maintaining the high education- 
al standards of the school. 

As Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Peters was in charge of 
the curriculum of the district. He made revisions and 
formulated courses of study from kindergarten through 
the 12th grade. In addition, he initiated the Foreign Lan- 
guage Laboratory at Beverly, started reading and study 
skills for the elementary and high schools, and was respon- 
sible for seminars for each grade level. At the same time, 
Mr. Peters represented Beverly Hills High School in the 
initiation of the UCLA program which enabled talented 
students to have the opportunity to take university courses. 
He originated an accelerated elementary plan in which a 
few eighth graders are selected to take algebra at the high 
school. 

Among the professional organizations to which Mr. Peters 
has belonged are the California Association of Secondary 
School Administrators serving as first Vice-President, on 
the Executive Board of the National Association of Sec- 
ondary School Principals, and a member of the College 
Entrance Examination Board. 

In community affairs, Mr. Peters was President of the 
Beverly Hills Rotary Club, a member of the Red Cross 
Advisory Committee, and on the Board of Directors of 
the YMCA. Even though Mr. Peters is now across Moreno 
Drive, he still remains a tremendous part of Beverly High. 



Beverly salutes an old friend . . • . 




ADMINISTRATORS, SCIENCE TEACHERS, AND MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD 
look on as Mr. Horace Blackman and Mr. Kenneth L. Peters break ground for the new science 
building. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. George Zucker, Mr. Champ Reese, Mrs. George Seaton, Mrs. Byron Thal- 
heimer, President, Mr. Ernest Ach and Mr. Kenneth L. Peters, Superintendent, Mr. Walter O. Willey, Assistant Superintendent. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

The Beverly Hills Board of Educa- 
tion recognizes the paramount im- 
portance of health, citizenship, and 
character development. The Board 
desires that the program of educa- 
tion be such that it will challenge 
the best students as well as others 
to achieve the maximum of their 
individual capacity. It believes that 
all school activities should be evalu- 
ated in terms of their contribution 
to the individual. The Board also 
believes that the public school 
funds be administered wisely. The 
Board of Education wants the best 
school system that can be built — 
a system of education that is sec- 
ond best to no other in the coun- 
try. 




THE SCIENCE BUILDING takes form. It was completed in January. 



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Dr. Willard F. Robinson 



And welcomes a new friend . . . . 




In one short year Dr. Willard Robinson has won the respect 
and warm friendship of the Student Body and Faculty. Coming 
to Beverly as Principal from the Los Angeles City School Sys- 
tem, Dr. Robinson quickly established himself as a true Norman. 

Interested in Beverly and its activities. Dr. Robinson could be 
seen rooting at all games and attending the social affairs, and 
his silent presence could often be felt in Student Court and Stu- 
dent Council sessions. 

A man of varied interests, he was a Navy pilot in World War 
II; he has dug for archeological specimens in the Inca ruins of 
Peru; and he has set his mark as a hunter, having bagged the 
first deer of the season last fall. 

In the jargon of the Navy, "We're glad to have you aboard, 
Sir." 



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DEAN OF BOYS 

Mr. Steve T. Miletich works conscientiously 
every day as Dean of Boys. He assists and ad- 
vises Beverly's boys not only as an official but 
also as a friend. Mr. Miletich is in charge of 
school attendance and keeps track of all stu- 
dent records. He also sponsors Boys' League 
Activities, Student Council, and the Student 
Court. Mr. Miletich deserves recognition by all 
Normans. 



DEAN OF GIRLS 

Mrs. Romaine Paujey, Beverly's Dean of Girls, 
is continuously giving of her time and energy 
to uphold the high standards for which Bev- 
erly is noted. In addition to her full schedule 
of advising arid counseling the girls, Mrs. 
Pauley finds time to sponsor the Girls' League, 
Club Relations Board, and Student Council. 
Her services are a great asset to the high 
school program. 



ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

Mr. H. John Marrow has well earned the title 
of Administrative Assistant. In this capacity 
he supervises the high school, student body, 
and athletic budgets. He acts as Director of 
Civil Defense and is in charge of the Student 
Store. Mr. Marrow also advises the Student 
Council and all phases of transportation in 
which he executed a terrific plan for the park- 
ing problem last year. 





THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 

The doors of the Guidance Office are always open 
to students wishing advice on program changes 
or college information. Under the direction of Mr. 
Harry M. Alter, assistant principal, our Guidance 
Department serves as a contact between Beverly 
High and the universities and helps students ap- 
ply for scholarships to these schools. A survey of 
all graduate students is taken, and a file based on 
this survey is kept in the office. This information 
is used to help determine the problems which 
each student has to face upon reaching the col- 
lege level. Another service of the Guidance Office 
is aiding Normans in choosing the educational 
program which will direct them into professions 
for which they are best suited. 

Each class has a counselor who remains with the 
class for two years. The counselor confers with the 
student at least once a year, as well as with stu- 
dent and parent once during the four years. All 
program changes are arranged through the stu- 
dent's counselor. Mr. Alter also acts as the sum- 
mer school principal. He is in complete charge 
of the direction of the summer school program 
and does an excellent job each year. 



Assistant Principal Harry M. Alter 



The Guidance Department offers 

information and plans programs . . . 




Leo Martin and Dick Jalof wait to see their counselors 



Guidance Office Secretary Aureen Svedin 



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with counselors to help every student • 



Edith E. Knoles, Freshman Class 



Edwin W. Elliott, Sophomore Class 




James E. Knauer, Junior Class 



Alida W. Parket. Seniot Class 



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FAMOUS LAST WORDS 

Mr. Case: "Stick that gum on the end of your nose." 

Mrs. Helgesson: "Clam Up! Ignore it, and it will go away." 

Miss McClure: "Be honest girls! Get out of that cookie jar." 

Mr. Lynch: Everyday I say this is going to be a short lecture." 

Miss Schmidt. "Now for one of my little home-made rules." 

Mrs. Welch: "That's good for the Constitution Test." 

Mrs. Bartine: "Remember your outside reading books, kiddies." 

Mrs. Zovak: "Everyone on the floor for warm ups." 

Mr. Fjeldsted: "I don't answer questions, I just ask them." 

Mr. Hale: "I still say that this will be the finest Watchtower 
in Beverly's history." 



Eighty -four members of the Faculty plai 



HELEN L. ALDRICH 

Mathematics 

We can fight this thing 

together. 

ADRAIN BAL 

Science 

Hee-hee-hee. 



PATRICIA A. ANDERSON 

Business Administration 
Who . . . asked . . . you?!! 

PHYLLIS BARTINE 

English 
Decisions, decisions. 



RALPH W. ARNOLD 

English 

Very funny! 

PEARL BAUM 

English 

Frankly, I wish you 

would quote me. 





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NEWMAN C. BORDEN* 

Mathematics 

I plan to enjoy this 

semester. 

GLEN M. CASE 

Music 

And now we will discuss 

the downbeat. 

EDWARD DftLER 

Language 
Cha, cha, cha, ugh! 



WILLIAM V. BRINEGAR 

Mathematics 

And you were speaking 

of passing? 

HENRY C. CLARKE 

Mathematics 
This is revolting! 

CAROLYN DODD 

English 

I don't speak English, 

I teach it. 



LOIS BURMESTER 

Librarian 

Books, books and more 

books. 

ADRIENNE CROSS 

Language 

Yes, you're right, it's 

wrong. 

GEORGE H. EGAN 

Science 
My mind went blank! 



GLORIA S. CARTOZIAN 

Language 

Oops! Wrong number. 

THERESIA CUNNINGHAM 

Social Studies 

No comics for current 

events. 

EDWIN ELLIOTT 

Counseling 

It's good that we can 

help the students. 



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CARLTON W. FARLEY 

Social Studies 

Yes, I believe that was 

in 1492. 

LYNNE GOLDMAN 

Language 

I have your tests corrected. 

BRYANT M. HALE 

Art 

If those boys are 

smoking, I'll catch them. 



NORMAN S. FJELDSTED* 

Science 

I lose more students 

doing this. 

MARJLYN J. GOODMAN 

Language 
A scream will wake them. 

LOUIS L. HANCHETT 

Industrial Arts 

I've started a new fad — 

three fingers. 



CHRISTOPHER J. FLANAGAN 

Physical Education 

Enthusiastically speaking, 

football is an art. 

DONNA M. GOTTLIEB 

English 

No, I wasn't the one who 

originated independent clauses. 

CELESTE E. HAND 

Mathematics 

Time for lunch. 



MAX B. GLASS 

Business Education 

Now, sisters and 

brothers. 

FRANCES A. GRIFFIN 

Language 
Let's make Latin live. 

LOUIS V. HART 

Mathematics 

Look at the little 

devils. 



A feeling of stii Isi notion ends each day 



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and the rewards happily reaped • . . . 





CHARLES C. HERBST 


LUCY HELGESSON 


Science 


English 


My friend and I decided . 


I go by the book!!! 






RAYNOLDS JOHNSON 


SANFORD JACQUARD 


Journalism 


Language 


Silky Sullivan in the 


Oh, Mademoiselle! 


third. 


SIMONE LAIDIG 


ANITA LEHMAN 


Language 


English 


I'll be here after 


Now, don't all volunteer 


school. 


at once. 



BARBARA L. HOI.MAN* 

Physical Education 

Hello there! 

JAMES E. KNAUER 

Counseling 

You in the back, OUT!! 

WARD LESTER 

English 

Best Senior Play I ever 

directed. 



RICHARD W. JACKSON 

Print shop 

The spelling errors 

aren't my fault. 

EDITH E. KNOLES 

Counseling 

This is unbearably 

exciting! 

LOUISE D. LILLARD 

Language 

Espresso anyone? 





MARILYN M. LOWERY 

English 

Oops, my finger! 


LAWRENCE D. LYNCH 

Science 

All righty, righty, 

righty. 


JOSE MARIN 

Language 

Yes, a little paper 

would help. 


INGRJD MARKUL 

Science 

If all goes properly 

this experiment will 

shake the world. 


MARILYN MC CLURE 

Social Studies 
Now that we know where 
Africa is, let's go to work. 


O. JANE MC CLURE 

Home Economics 

We'll have goodies 

tonight. 


F. EDITH MC KEON 

Science 
Now back to the subject. 


JOAN MINER 

English 

I misplaced my roll card. 


ANN J. MITCHELL 

Home Co-ordinator 

And YOU have problems 



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Realizing teachers put forth much time 

and effort, 



Normans will appreciate* I hem for many 



LEAH K. MOORE 




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English 




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I see visions of 90 


SALVATORE 0< ( IIIPINTI 






pages <>t homework. 


S<>ii,tl Studies 


JOHN C. PADILLA 


JAMES W PAINTER 




Quicky quiz. 


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Malt, i matt 


ALIDA W. PARKER 




Si, Si, Si nor 


What lo yi >u mean? No 


Counseling 


JANET PATEY 




test today? 


I don't understand why 


Physical Education 


DENNIE D. PETERSON" 




it w.is censored. 


Really! On the cover 


Business Education 


WALTHER R. I J I 1 11 R 




of Sports Illustrated? 


All right, dumb bunnies. 


Physical Educatio n 


CORINNE PYLE 






Anything else, mother? 


Home Economics 


WILLIAM C. QUANDT* 


CHARLES REILLY 




This is my secret way to 


Social Studies 


Physical Education 


MARILYN H. REYNERTSON 


beat the kids to the 


Now, where'd I leave 


fi'9" and out for 


Business Ed/, 


parking lot. 


that test? 


swimming??? 


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They plan our future . . • . 



LUCILLE ROBERT 

Art 

Finger painting can be 

fun! 

RICHARD SCHREIBER 

Driver Education 

Ha! I can fail this one. 

HAROLD P. SIELING* 

Physical Education 
You've been thinking 



again 



JOSEPH SABOL 

Physical Education 

What! A paratrooper in 

the middle of the gym 

field? 

ERNA M. SCHWERIN 

Mathematics 
Where did they all go? 

MARGARET M. SMITH 

School Nurse 

No temperature, but no 

pulse either. 



EUNICE SCHMIDT 

English 

"Speak the speech I pray 

you, tripingly on the 

tongue." 

MADELINE SEVENANS 

Speech Therapist 

It's good that we can 

help the students. 

J. E. SPARKS 

Study Skills 
Learntoreadfast. 





ANNA W. STEERE 

Social Studies 
That's where I live. 

ELEANOR F. WELCH 

Social Studies 

Isn't that the third 

graduation of senior 

classes this year? 

CHARLOTTE WIRE 

Physical Education 

All right, girls, 

three laps around the 

track. 



REINHARD P. STERN* 

Driver Education 

Now we're going to park 

under a shady tree. 

RUTH M. WHEELER* 

English 

This is an example of 

what I expect. 

GEORGE W. WRIGHT* 

Music 
Dum de dum dum. 



MARI-ANN STRANDWALL 

Physical Education 

They think all I have to 

do is keep pom pons in 

order. 

BARRY WHITE 

Social Studies 

So I can't answer that. 

BENNY ZANE 

Driver Education 

But officers, I . . . . 



They show us the way 



MARIORIE VIAU 

Art 

I've just discovered 

another Picasso 

LOUISE WILSON 

English 

Allow me to tell you 

about my grading system. 

DIXIE LEE ZOVAK 

Physical Education 

Ah, the pause that 

refreshes. 



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SPECIAL SERVICES 

Beverly High offers many services extended 
beyond the classroom to meet and benefit the 
special needs of the students. The Health Of- 
fice takes care of the admission and exclusion 
of students who have been absent because of 
an illness. At some time during the student's 
four years, he is tested for vision and hearing. 
In order to participate in competitive sports, 
all Normans must have a physical examination. 

Those students with speech and language im- 
pediments are aided by a Speech Therapist. 
There is also a Home Co-ordinator who repre- 
sents the district in relationship between the 
home and the school. 

Beverly has one of the best equipped high 
school libraries in the country. It contains over 
twenty thousand books, of which about one 
hundred and fifty are circulated each day. 



ABOVE, DR. LESTER LAURION, school physician, and Miss 
Margaret Smith, nurse, review day's patients in the Health Office. 
Below, Dr. Barbara Flynn, school physician, and Mrs. Patricia 
Floyd, secretary, cheerfully check over chart. 




MRS. RENA HUBBARD happily 
accompanies the choir. 



FIGURES, FIGURES! Mrs. Marie Goetz, 
financial genius, balances the budget. 



MRS. EVA SCHUGH is busy 
straightening and checking the 
the library books. 



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Watchtower snluf <*s a good Norman 




Mr. Norman Fjeidsted, affectionately called "Doc" by his students, is retiring this year after 15 years of devoted service in the 
science department. He entered Beverly in 1935 and became head of the department in 1947. During World War II, "Doc" Fjeid- 
sted not only taught physics and chemistry at Beverly, but also drilled young pilots in aeronautics routine. "Doc," who likes 
young people, claims to get his biggest satisfaction out of seeing his students continue in their studies and attain great success 
in college. Several years ago he started a committee of advanced students for the putpose of devising ways to challenge gifted 
students. Diligently teaching all kinds of science courses "Doc" will be remembered for his warm and friendly personality long 
after the chemical symbols and the laboratory demonstrations have become dim memoiies. When asked for a quote, "Doc" re- 
plied, "I leave with no regrets, but with a sense of satisfaction in the feeling of things accomplished during the pleasant, happy 
hours in room 210." 



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Mrs. Virginia Atwood, secretary to 
the principal, also secures substitute 
teachers, types and mimeographs the 
final examinations for the Math and 
English Departments, and is custodian 
of the school keys. 



Mrs. Marjory Thorpe, secretary to the 
Dean of Girls, also distributes the 
mail, makes up the daily bulletin, and 
checks tardies and absences for the 
Attendance Office. 



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Mrs. Muriel Koppelman, secretary to 
the Dean of Boys, also operates the 
switch board and assists in the At- 
tendance Office. Mrs. Ethel Martin is 
in charge of the bookroom and school 
supply orders. 




CAFETERIA STAFF 

Row 1: S. Gollina, M. La Trey, R. 
Bodner, H. Clifton. Row 2: V. 
David, L. Rita, K. Naylor, R. Gor- 
don, G. Clark, manager. 



CUSTODIANS 

Row 1 : L. Larson, T. Reece, H. 
Service, R. Del Nostro, S. Belf'lore, 
C. Grant, head custodian. Row 2: 
V. Pollard, E. Burrus, J. Wilson, J. 
Taylor, G. Leerhuber, J. Woods. 





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Student Body President Ken Goldman 



FALL SEMESTER 

Responsible for leading the Associated Student 
Body during the first semester was President Ken 
Goldman. Under his guidance, Beverly's first 
Football Day was initiated late in October with 
the purpose of promoting intramural and inter- 
school spirit. Following an early dismissal, the Sru- 
dent Body met on Herreid Field, where a pre- 
game rally was held. A football game followed, 
and an informal dance was held at night in the 
Student Lounge. 

Another tribute to the hard work put forth by 
Ken and his cabinet was a new aid to students in 
the form of a pocket size calendar for the fall 
semester. The calendar, which was available to all 
students at no charge, included not only a list of 
the events of the term but also the bell schedule 
for regular, assembly, and activity schedules. 

This was the first year that Beverly was given the 
opportunity to participate in the American Field 
Service Exchange School Program, and Eric Val- 
entine was able to spend the first half of his 
senior year in West Berlin. 

Looking at Nancy Hirsch's well kept records, 
Normans could see the work that Student Body 
Vice President Lynne Miller put forth in making 
the buses to away football games a great success. 
Another proof of Lynne's efforts was the new 
high Student Body record of ninety-four percent 
in voter registration. 

January brought Beverly's second jazz concert, 
featuring some of the top jazz artists in the coun- 
try. The concert was one of the last social events 
of the fall season, and its success brought much 
credit to the leaders of the semester. 



Beverly's Government is of the Students 




Vice President Lynne Miller 





Secretary Nancy Hirsch 



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JOHN GOLDING 
Co-Commissioner of Finance 

DON SCHWARTZ 
Co-Commissioner of Finance 

TONY POZE 
Co-Commissioner of Publicity 

WES SMITH 
Co-Commissioner of Publicity 

PHYLLIS TAUB 
Commissioner of Assemblies 



STUART STAR 
Co-Commissioner of Recreation 

SUSAN FRIENDLY 

Co-Commissioner of Recreation 

ED SCHARLACH 

Commissioner of Service 

ERIC ROSS 

Co-Commissioner of Campus Cleanup 

JUDY KRIEGER 
Co-Commissioner of Campus Cleanup 

KAREN YADLEY 
Commissioner of the 

Cafeteria Council 

LOUIS RAPOPORT 

Co-Editor of Highlights 

JOYCE WINSLOW 

Co-Editor of Highlights 

DALE LAMFROM 

Commissioner of Publicity-Art 

LARRY WHITE 
Commissioner of Organizations 






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\ the Students, and for the Students . . . . 

FALL STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1: J. Golding, M. Wicclair, L. Lainer, K. Goldman, L. Miller, E. Ross, L. Owens. L. White. Rou 2: K. 
Yadley, G. Kinney, S. Star, M. Jeffery, E. Scharlach, J. Goodman, W. Smith, T. Poze. L. Rapoport, J. Krieger, R. Watson, D. Schwartz. Row 
3: J. Winslow, K. Liberman, N. Goren, P. Taub, P. Meisel, J. Liberman, L. Rolapp, H. Glazer, D. Lamfrom, S. Berk. 





SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL: Row 1: L. Somers, J. Sloan, L. Horwitz, S. Berk, B. Franklin, L. Weiner, T. Fenberg, A. Anker. Row 2: M. 
Ellman, G. Goldstein, P. Tyre, M. Gershenson, A. Alberts, L. Miller, T Hillman, J. Jordan, R. Even. Row 3: P. Millman C. Roberts, J. Ber- 
mond, M. Fidler, V. Schirn, R. Shafton, S. DeLange, A. Abarbanel, D. Moss, A. Borack. Row 4: M. Rosenfeld P. McCoy, G. Priester, R. Amado, 
M. Fein, J. Kohler, A. Frankenstein, B. Flushman, P. Toptisch. 

presides over Student Body • • • . 




COMMISSIONERS 

Bruce Flushman, Finance 
Pete McCoy, Assemblies 
Carol Roberts, Assemblies 
Louise Horwitz, Recreation 
Mike Rosenfeld, Recreation 
Judy Herwit, Organizations 



Marilyn Fidler, Service 

Joel Jordan, Service 

Julian Marx, Campus Cleanup 

Randy Shafton, Campus Cleanup 

Jackie Bermond, Cafeteria 

Leslie Weiner, Cafeteria 



Susie Berk, Spirit 
Marilyn Ellman, Highlights 
Gloria Goldstein, Highlights 
Art Borack, Publicity 
Gary Priester, Publicity-Art 
Linda Somers, Publicity-Art 



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SPRING SEMESTER 

Lynne Miller scored a first for Beverly in many ways 
during the spring semester. Becoming the first girl to 
join the r.inks of Beverly's Student Body presidents, 
Lynne went on to lead the Normans in the successful 
Junior Welfare Fund Drive. Beverly students contrib- 
uted more than $2100 to the school's first united 
charities drive. 

Beverly's faculty went all out in its support of Sports 
Night by participating in a student-faculty basketball 
game and by enthusiastically leading the cheers. Work- 
ing diligently on the event were the cabinet members, 
with games, food, and dancing adding much to the 
night's success. This year the spring musical, "The Holly- 
wood Legend," was sponsored by the Student Body. All 
student council members contributed to the May pro- 
duction by selling tickets and publicizing the event. 

Vice-president Mel Levine lent great support to all 
second semester efforts, including the rewriting of the 
Student Body Constitution. Also becoming Beverly firsts 
were the forming of a Student Cabinet, an advisory 
group of all commissioners, and the establishing of a 
Faculty-Student Boatd of Relations. 

Commissioner of Records Peggy Millman took minutes 
at student council meetings and aided in all secretarial 
duties. Still another first during the second semester was 
Beverly's joining the California Association of Student 
Councils, consisting of University, Hamilton, Venice, 
Fairfax, Hollywood, and Westchester high schools. Be- 
coming a member of this organization means that Bev- 
erly will now have a closer social and student govern- 
ment relationship with other local city schools. 







Student Body President Lynne Miller 



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GIRLS' LEAGUE 

First semester activities, under the leadership of President Kay Liberman, began 
on Hello Day with an after school dance. The annual Halloween Witches Wienie 
Bake was held at Roxbury Park, and the Father-Daughter Banquet featured the 
entertainment of Frankie Laine and Johnny Greene. A fall semester highlight was 
the singing of the Albion Street Choir in the Thanksgiving assembly. The League 
conducted the Albion Street Christmas fund drive and doll contest, and cabinet 
members journeyed to the school to help the children celebrate. 

Second semester President Vivian Schirn, along with her cabinet, gave punch 
parties for mid-year Freshman and Sophomore transfer students. They also pre- 
sented panels for the girls of the four Beverly Hills grammar schools for the pur- 
pose of orienting them to high school life. In April seven delegates attended the 
convention of all the girls' leagues of California and Arizona. May brought Girls' 
League Day, during which an assembly, noon-time activities, and after school 
events were held. 



FIRST SEMESTER CABINET: Row 1: 
T. Hillman, M. Ellman, K. Liberman, A. 
Cammer. Roif 2: N. Furman, F. Karz, 
J. Jubelier, B. Franklin, J. Morton, J. 
Lansing, M. Gershenson. Row 3: B 
Finkel, B. Heyman, V. Schirn, P. Cam- 
ras, V. Rothberg, R. Groman, R. Shaf- 
ton. 



First Semester President 
Kay Liberman 




Leagues, working closely together . . • • 



Second Semester President 
Vivian Schirn 






SECOND SEMESTER CABINET: Row 1: Myrna Gershenson, Karen Titelman, Bonnie Frank- 
lin, Nancy Pollack, Barbara Finkel, Diane Girdwoyn. Ron 2: Delia Ephron, Jacki Tuch, Terry 
Hillman, Barbara Shulgold Vivian Schirn president Penni Paul, Melinda Mathes. 



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FIRST SEMESTER CABINET: Row 1: S. Benoff, A. Anker, B. Watson, M. Levine, A. Franken- 
stein. Rou 2: R. Sinclair, G. Cushner, P. Shane, T. Poze, K. Zuckerman, D. Furman. L. Orren, 
R. Rosen. Row 3: R. Wald, W. Smith, R. Swarthe, R. Bryson, M. Fein, P. Owens, R. Reims. 
E. Scharlach, R. Amado. 



First Semester President 
Bob Watson 



BOYS' LEAGUE 



Bob Watson, first semester president, and his hard working cabinet began the year's 
activities with their successful big and little brother program; and, along with the Girls' 
League, they sponsored the Hello Day events. At the fall football games, the League 
members sold popcorn and booster buttons. The cabinet members entertained at the 
Father-Daughter Banquet and traveled to Albion Street to assist with the children's 
Christmas party. They also directed the intra-mural sports program and put much work 
into the Norman Newsreel. 

The second semester's cabinet, led by President Bob Wald, rewrote the League's Consti- 
tution reorganizing the cabinet. The League sponsored spring assembly featured the 
popular former coach, Mike Pecarovich. Syncro-Sound was introduced into the Norman 
Newsreel, and a job file was initiated to aid in procuring vacation and part time em- 
ployment for enterprising members of the League. "Music to munch your lunch by" 
was a popular inovation in the cafeteria. 

provide many activities . 




Second Semester President 
Bob Wald 



SECOND SEMESTER CABINET: Row 
1: K. Zuckerman L. Lainer, L. Siegel. 
Roif 2: R. Swarthe, M. Fein, R. Amado, 
E. Scharlach. 



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MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT COURT: Row 1: Nancy Hirsch, Joan Meisel, Roy Rogosin, chief 
justice, Nancy Nathan, Peggy Millman. Row 2: Elissa Landre, Paul Zeltzer, Steve Lippman, Ken 
Meyer, Ron Neiman, Mike Lehman. 

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STUDENT COURT 

A further step in self-government is Student Court, Beverly's dis- 
ciplinary body. Court justices, Seniors and Juniors appointed by the 
Associated Student Body President at the beginning of the year, 
serve on the court until they graduate. Presiding as Chief Justice was 
Roy Rogosin. Mrs. Romaine H. Pauley and Mr. Steve Miletich, 
serving as girls' and boys' deans respectively, sponsored the court 
and referred cases to it. The court heard these cases involving stu- 
dent infraction of rules and decided the plaintiffs' guilt. The judi- 
ciary body determined the degree of punishment by assigning 
penalties based upon the recommendation of the Norman point 
system, according to the severity of the offense. 



Chief Justice Roy Rogosin 



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CLUB RELATIONS BOARD Rou I: A Abarbanel B Padway, I Landre, P. Gordon, N. 
Ciorcn, S. Birnkuim, J. Kaswick, M. lack, Mrs Pauley, Rou 2: R. Amado, I Goodman, 
G. Kinney. |. Herwit, A. Anker G. Zimmelman M Jeffcry, 1 Scharla 



CLUB RELATIONS BOARD 

Vice-presidents of all clubs and classes at 
Beverly are members of the Club Rela- 
tions Board. Along with Faculty Advisor, 
Mrs. Romaine H. Pauley, they met to 
discuss and regulate their clubs' activities 
and also schedule times and ptaces for 
class and club meetings. The first semes- 
ter leader of the Board was Larry White, 
Commissioner of Organizations, and the 
Board was led during the second semester 
by Commissioner Judy Herwit. 




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CAFETERIA COUNCIL 

The Cafeteria Council was responsible 
for working the change machine, keeping 
order in the lunch lines, and offering 
help whenever needed. Karen Yadley 
headed the group during the first semes- 
tet as Commissioner of the Cafeteria 
Council, and Co-Commissioners Leslie 
Weiner and Jackie Bermond guided sec- 
ond semester members. Faculty sponsor 
of the Council was Mr. Bryant M. Hale. 




CAFETERIA COUNCIL: Rou 1: K. Klein. J. Bermond, L. Weiner, K. Yadley. S. Als- 
chuler, R. Bassell, M. Herzikoff. Rou- 2: B. Padway. D. Lamfrom, H. Glazer. G. Browne, 
N. Freschl, G. Barrett, P. Gordon. 



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SPIRIT COMMITTEE: Row 1: P. Feichtmeir, B. Pfaelzer, L. Horwitz, S. Berk, 
chairman, J. Akridge, G. Barrett, S. Schiller. Row 2: L. White, P. Kaufman, J. Dold, 
J. Alexander, S. Ross, T. Howard, C. Greene, J. Herwitt, L. Nurnberg S. Golden, 
K. Kelley. 




Cheerleader Joyce Alexander 



Beverly's Band and Drill Team perform during halftime. 




SUSIE BERK 
Commissioner of Spirit 



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Head Cheerleader Betty Pfaelzer 





SONG LEADERS: Patty Kaufman, Sally Ross, Jill Akridge, Anita Alberts. 




FLAG GIRLS: Pam Newmark, Ginny Barrett, Sandy 
Golden, and Linda Nurnberg surround Drill Team Leader 
Patty Feichtmeir. 



Cheerleader Carol Greene 



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WATCHTOWER 

This year, Beverly's Watchtower team was led to victory 
by Editor-in-Chief Sue Alschuler, with the aid of Man- 
aging Editor Dick Guillen and Associate Editor Karen 
Kaswick. The goal was to recapture the school year in 
photographs and stories. Directed by Faculty Advisor 
Bryant M. Hale, the journalism and art staffs met in 
the library of the Drivers' Education Building. 

Members of the journalism staff were Carol Marks, 
classes; Linda Somers, administration; Arlene Levy, stu- 
dent body activities; Bunni Stone, organizations; and 
Mike Raysson and John Byrnes, sports. Everyone was 
responsible for writing stories and scheduling pictures for 
his respective section; however, all staff members helped 
each other before deadlines. Art Editor Gary Priester 
and artists Dick Guillen, Richard Bohn, Janet Borde, 
and Tony Poze, designed the book and created the seri- 
graphs and cartoons. Art Borack, head photographer, 
and Les Mayers took, developed, and printed the many 
pictures in the annual. 

In January a successful sales campaign was launched by 
Business Manager Jerry Mariam. This year each pur- 
chaser of the yearbook was entitled to cast one vote 
for "Miss Watchtower" and the new "Mr. Watchtower." 
The April deadline kept staff noses hard to the type- 
writer and drawing board, and all members could be 
found striving to make this thirty-third edition the 
best in Beverly's history. 



Watchtower Editor Sue Alschuler 



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JOURNALISM STAFF: Arlene Levy, srudent body activities; Bunni Stone, organizations; John Byrnes, sports; Linda Somers, administration; 
Carol Marks, classes; Mike Raysson, sports. 



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EDITORIAL STAFF: Seated: Art Bo- 
rack, photography editor; Karen Kas- 
wick, associate editor; Gary Priester, 
art editor. Standing: Dick Guillen, 
managing editor; Jerry Mariam, business 
manager. 



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ART STAFF; Janet Borde, division pages; Les Mayers, photography; Richard Bohn, layouts and division pages; Mr. Hale. Watchtower 
sponsor. 



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ABOVE: First semester co-editors Joyce Winslow and Louie Rapo- 
port. BELOW: Second semester co-editors Marilyn Ellman and 
Gloria Goldstein. 



HIGHLIGHTS 

The Highlights, Beverly's weekly newspaper, has been in print 
for over thirty years, in which time it has received numerous 
top honors, including Columbia University, Unversity of Min- 
nesota, and Quill and Scroll journalism awards. The news 
sheet was produced by the staff composed of Seniors, assisted 
by Junior cubs. Under the direction of Mr. Raynolds Johnson, 
journalism instructor, and Technical Advisor Mr. Richard 
Jackson, the paper was put to press every Thursday after 
school and was circulated the next day during fifth period. 
Co-editors Joyce Winslow and Louie Rapoport led the staff 
during the first semester, and Marilyn Ellman and Gloria 
Goldstein, as second semester co-editors, were responsible for 
production of the spring issues. 

All was not hard work for the Highlights' contributors. Their 
activities included field trips to Los Angeles newspaper plants 
and individual participation in Journalism Days at the local 
colleges. The most anticipated events of the year were the 
semi-annual Highlights Banquets at which the staff honors 
were awarded and new staff members and positions were 
announced. 



Norman scribes record school activities 



JOURNALISM STAFF: Row 1: S. Lichterman, J. Jaffe, L. Levant, D. Seigel, E. Gilbert, L. Miller. Row 2: Mr. Johnson, 
A. Cohen, P. Flaxman, P. Feldman, M. Raysson, L. Wayne, P. Olson. 



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CUB REPORTERS: Roir 1: Lana Goodman, Donna Boyar, Dinah Rabwin, Barbara Russotto, Sheryl Hamburg, Janet Borde, Frenda Franklin. Row 
2: Andy Kabakow, Mr. Jofinson, Anita Alberts, Dan Englander, Jon Morris, Toni Flaster, Glyn Judson, Bob King, Lon Kahan. 



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CUB REPORTERS: Row 1: Dave Deutsch, Claire 
Nathan, Judy Lindheim, Jackie King, Jeff Her- 
shenson. Row 2: Charles Atterbury, Geri Mund. 
Lynn Brody, Sue Le Vine, Barbara Schneiderman. 
Ron 3: Frank Sackley, John Scull, S. Dashew, 
Frank Rabwin, Harvey Schiffman. 





AVANT GARDE 

Avant Garde, Beverly's literary magazine, 
composed of student submitted entries, made 
its first appearance in June of 1959. This 
year's staff was led by Editor Barbara Hock-- 
ler and her assistants, Joyce Winslow, Mary 
Baum, and Barry Roth, who strove to sur- 
pass the high quality of last year's magazine 
and add more variety and realism. Respon- 
sible for publicizing Avant Garde was 
Nancy Michelman, while the staff records 
were kept by Mary Corey. Harley Jackson 
contributed much to the edition, and Ed 
Scharlach handled financial matters. Bob 
Watson worked with Staff Photographer 
Steve Kern and Staff Artist Tony Poze in 
coordinating the two divisions. 

The members of the staff were kept busy 
collecting and selecting creative contribu- 
tions, including prose, poetry, art, photo- 
graphy, and informative essays. Avant 
Garde, sponsored by Mr. Diller and Mr. 
Johnson, initiated an open training pro- 
gram for potential writers, enabling them 
to learn by observation and practical appli- 
cation the work required in publishing a 
magazine. 



AVANT GARDE: Row 1: C. Colman, M. Corey, M. Baum. Row 2: T. Poze, 
E. Scharlach, R. Watson, B. Roth. 



Many Normans express their varied 



FORENSIC SQUAD: Row 1: J. Maass, E. Landre, S. Manner, president, J. 
Meisel, J. Goodman. Row 2: C. Woltag, B. Marmer, D. Levine, H. Lichter- 
man. Row 3: S. Marrett, E. Asher, B. Franklin, A. Rollens. Row 4: L. Title, 
M. Snapp, J. Lindheim, M. Brown, M. Baum, G. Hubbard. Row 5 : J. Triesaulf, 
W. Buckner, A. Cameron, R. Brenner, L. Calof, L. White, P. Taub, Mr. White. 



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FORENSIC SQUAD 

The Forensic Squad, created to improve the 
speaking skills of interested Beverly stu- 
dents by providing experience in public ora- 
tion and aid in individual speech problems, 
has in the past few years collected approxi- 
mately 25 trophies, 50 gold medals, and 200 
certificates. In addition, it has continued to 
achieve superior ratings at area, state, and 
national tournaments. This year's squad, 
sponsored by Mr. White, continued to gain 
distinction with the many awards and hon- 
ors bestowed upon its members. Outstand- 
ing Beverly orators were Forensic President 
Steve Marmer, Joan Meisel, Sue Marrett, 
Jim Maass, Larry White, Andy Auster, and 
Elissa Landre. 

The busy Forensic calendar listed the first 
significant events of the year as the Fall 
Novice and Fall Open Tournaments. Vari- 
ous members entered the State Qualifying 
Tournaments, held at Southern California 
and Redlands universities, and a few were 
able to participate in the National Qualify- 
ing District Tournament at U.C.L.A. Other 
members participated in Student Congresses, 
and the entire squad could be seen cele- 
brating at their semi-annual banquets. 




STAGE PRODUCTION: R. Matlin, N. DeMars, G. Chazan, T. Melcher, P. McCoy, R. Sokol, B. Epstein, P. Joyce, J. Mariam, J. Brilliant, R. 
Samuels, S. Miller, Mr. Hale. 

talents through creative writing, speech. 

and stage . . . . 

STAGE CRAFT: Row 1: M. Nefsky, L. Doddridge, P. Burger, R. Jaye, M. 
Fay. Rou } 2: M. Mart, R. Solof, E. Sanger, J. Ansen, C. Miller. 



STAGE CREW 

Under the direction of Mr. Bryant M. Hale, 
the stage crew was responsible for all set- 
tings used in the plays, talent shows, and 
assemblies. The outstanding contribution of 
this year's crew was the lavish sets, designed 
by Stage Manager Pete McCoy for the 
spring musical, "Hollywood Legend." Sure- 
ly the Tahitian number, with its cascading 
waterfall, was one of the most breathtak- 
ingly beautiful scenes to ever be presented 
on the stage at Beverly. The spectacular 
lighting effects for the Terpsichoreans' re- 
cital will long be remembered. A grateful 
Student Body appreciated the work of this 
creative group behind the scenes. 




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MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA are: J. Abraham, D. Amerson, E. Asher, S. Barnai, D. Berkman, N. Blank, assistant manager; K. Bloom, M. 
Brown, G. Browne, L. C. Calof, J. Carter, D. Crandall, M. Dicker, P. Feldman; H. Glick, manager; C. Goren, S. Greenfield, P. Handler, R. Karsin, 
B. Kehr, K. Kelley, S. King, J. Jordan, student director; L. Lagerquist, E. Landre, H. Lichterman, M. MacDonald, assistant manager; E. Martin, 
B. Martyn, I. Nepus, L. Nurnberg, W. Reese, P. Rosenwald, L. Samenow, J, Schultz, M. Sherman, R. Snyder, S. Sultan, B. Vanda, S. Vener, L. 
Vittes, L. Willson, Mr. George Wright, orchestra director. 



FOOTBALL BAND: Row 1: R. Broder, R. M. Sinclair, M. Weiss, S. Baron, K. 
Kelley, manager. Row 2: S. Vener, H. Glick, L. Willson, S. King, S. Greenfield, M. 
Dicker, K. Bloom, J. Schultz. Row 3: T. Ilfeld N. Blank, L. Samenow, M. MacDonald, 
M. Fishman, P. Friedman. Row 4: C. Mazur, J. Schwab, R. Farkas, J. Abraham, J. 
Carter, I. Nepus. Row 5: P. Feldman, D. Berkman, A. Amerson, B. Martyn, B. Vanda. 



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ORCHESTRA AND BAND 

Beverly's highly rated orchestra, directed by 
Mr. George Wright, gave its first perform- 
ance before the Norman student body in the 
Christmas Assembly. It also presented con- 
certs for the four Beverly Hills elementary 
schools during rhe year. The organization, 
with its difficult but well executed musical 
numbers, added much to the Spring Concert 
and also provided the accompaniment for the 
spring musical, "The Hollywood Legend." 
This year the orchestra entered the Southern 
California Orchestra and Band Festival at 
Burbank High and received another first 
place rating as it has every year since 1938. 

Also directed by Mr. Wright was Beverly's 
Football Band which gave musical support to 
the rooting section throughout the games and 
also marched on the football field during 
halftimes to accompany the drill team. After 
grid season the band continued to provide 
music at dances, basketball games, and sports 
rallies. In November the group was invited 
to play for the Beverly Hills Police Review, 
and in December their musical rhythms added 
much spirir and enjoyment to the Pacific 
Shores and Beverly Hills Invitational Basket- 
ball Tournaments. 



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A CAPPELLA CHOIR 

This year, as in the past twenty years, the A Cappella 
Choir received a superior rating in competition against 
the top choirs in Southern California at the Redlands 
Music Festival. Under the able direction of Mr. Glen 
Case, the eighty voices were heard at the Veterans Day 
Assembly. During the holiday season they sang for the 
Beverly Hills elementary schools, the Beverly Hills Com- 
munity Presbyterian Church, and also performed in 
Beverly's Christmas Assembly. A new and different 
echo quartet added to the success of the program. One 
of the most enjoyable events of the second semester was 
the Spring Conceit, presented by the Choir in conjunc- 
tion with the orchestra. In their last appearance the 
Choir sang at the Baccalaureate Services for graduating 
Seniors. 



pressed through many media . 

A CAPPELLA CHOIR: Row 1: R. Levy, R. Kales, D. Champness, R. Bassett, C. Aaron, R. Watson, president; K. Kelley, C. Sharpe, R. Rhoads, 
R. Krell, M. Vorraso, J. Krone, B. Kopp, J. Mitchell, J. Jacobs, D. Cook, R. Lavin. Row 2: K. Yadley, P. Morgan, G. Hubbard, V. Schirn, C. 
Freed, J. Brownstein, R. Greenspan, M. Borne, S. Futorian, A. Light, S. Solomon, R. McDonagh, M. Robinson, D. Brown, R. Freed, W. Fishman, 
A. Cameron. Row 3: J. Tuch, C. Marks, D. Kohn, C. Melnick, R. Litter, S. Curtiss, J. Kaplan, J. Hessler, G. Dabah, J. Natoway, J. LeBow, 
M. Mohs, S. Bowman, D. Frankel, S. Feher, S. Loeff. Row 4: N. Grevelding, G. Briskin, S. Horwich, L. Doddridge, D. Rose, B. Shulgold, L. Piatt, 
N. Sweet, M. Silbert, S. Howell, G. Gillman, S. Smith, M. Malin, P. Frederick, S. Smith. Roiv 5: N. Dubin, J. Bc-rmond, R. (Steinberg) Marder, 
M. Robinson, D. Cobert, M. Muenter, C. Stein, G. Kinney, B. Jacobs, B. Shapiro, J. Braff, P. Freeman, J. Rachin, M. Reynolds. Absent: G. Barrett, 
L. Boookin, H. Hartley, L. Kahan, A. Kasel, T. Melcher, E. Pinchot, A. Polacheck, president; Mrs. Rena Hubbard, accompanist; and Mrs. Glen 
Case, choir director. 




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No reward is as noble as Seniority . . . . 



THE CLASS OF NINETEEN SIXTY 

Donning the class colors of powder blue and white, the Seniors began their final year's activities by participating in the traditonal 
Senior Day events led by Class President Maury Schwartz. Easily distinguished by their paper mortar boards, the Seniors taught classes 
for the day. Athletic events between the Senior and Junior classes began during noon, with Seniors victorious in all four co-ed 
volleyball games, and continued after school with relays in the Swim Gym. The Senior team piled up a score of 90-10, making 
their class the first to ever win by such a wide margin. 

The second semester brought a flurry of activities all led by Class Prexy Pete Olson and the hardworking Senior activities chair- 
men. Both students and faculty enjoyed the combined talents of the Seniors and Juniors in their March talent show, and its great 
success added much enjoyment to the second semester. On a May afternoon the Senior girls gathered with their mothers for the 
annual Senior Mothers' Tea. Appropriate attire for the coming Senior activities was modeled by class members and both genera- 
tions had a fine time. An event which members of the Class of '60 will long remember was the June Ditch Day held at Ocean House. 
Class members congregated at the beach and spent a carefree school day in the sun, forgetting their worries about approaching 
finals and college choices. 

June 10th was the date of the lavish and exotic Senior Prom held at the Ambassador Hotel. Formal dress, soft music, and moon- 
light lent much to the memory of the event. On the Sunday afternoon prior to graduation, Seniors and their families joined together 
in the Auditorium for Baccalaureate Services which were led by well-known religious leaders of various faiths. On graduation morn- 
ing the Senior Class met for the traditional Senior Breakfast at the Cocoanut Grove. There, outstanding class members were 
honored, and the close intra-class relationship which had been growing during the past four years was evident. 

At 4:30 in the afternoon on June 17th, families and friends of the graduating Seniors gathered on the front lawn to watch the 
beautiful commencement exercises. A few chosen Seniors gave speeches, and school officials congratulated the Class of '60 as 
diplomas wete presented to the capped and gowned graduates. 




No year to bo so long roiiioinliorod . . . 



MAURY SCHWARTZ 
President 



MIKE SAPHIER 
Vice President 




PETE OLSON 
President 



STEVE KERN 
Vice President 



SHELIA BENNETT 
Secretary 



ALAN FRANKENSTEIN" 
Treasurer 



ALMA MATER 

Oh, Beverly, we love you. 
Our loyalty we sing, 
To thee all faith, all honor, 
All praises we bring. 
Your customs, traditions. 
Bring glory to thee. 
All hail our Alma Mater! 
We love you, Beverly. 



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CLASS SPIRIT LEADERS: Songleaders {standing) : Nan Freschl, Gail Polayes. Cheer- 
leaders: Jamie Solton, Dee Dee Glazer. Leslie Weiner, Dale Larafrom. 



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JACK ACHEATEL CATHY ADELSON 
SUSAN ARNOW MALCOLM BAKER 



NADENE AGATSTEIN SUSAN ALSCHULER 
MICHAEL BARENFELD VIRGINIA BARRETT 



RALPH AMADO 
MARYBAUM 



CAROLYN APAKA 
PAULA BENJAMIN 



Four hundred and eleven Normans reap 



DAVID BENNETT ROBERT BENNETT SHEILA BENNETT 

DAVID BERKMAN CYNTHIA BERMAN JUDITH BERMAN 

RICHARD BOHN LINDA BOOKIN ART BORACK 



STEPHEN BENOFF GERALD BENTLEY SUSAN BERK 

JAQUELINE BERMOND BONNIE BLOOMFIELD DONALD BLUMKIN 
STEPHANIE BOYAR JUDITH BRAFF ROBERT BRENNER 




the rewartls of four years at Beverly 




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3RISBRIGGS DAVID BROWN 

.AUDIA CALDWELL GARY CHAZAN 
:NNY DANZ STEPHEN DASHEW 



RICHARD BRYSON 
FREDCLARIDGE 
STEPHEN DAUTOFF 



WARREN Bl ( KNER STEPHANIE BUSCH 

ALAN COHEN LYNN COX 

CONSTANCE DAVITT LOIS DERSHEW1TZ 



BARBARA BUTCHART 
JUDY CURTISS 
JUDITH DOLD 







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SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR, Mrs. Eleanor Welch 




MICHAEL DONNER BARBARA DOOMCHIN NORMA DUBIN 
NANCY EISENROD JEFFREY ELLIS MARILYN ELLMAN 

BRUCE EPSTEIN DANIEL FARKAS DAVID FARKAS 



BARRY DUKOFF 
STEVEN ENGEL 
MELVIN FAY 



WILLIAM EGERMAN ROBERT EINSTEIN 

DANIEL ENGLANDER GERALD ENTIN 
PATTY FEICHTMEIR LYNN FENBERG 



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LILYNFIDLER RICHARD FINE 

MRD FLORENCE SUSAN FOWLER 



DONALD FINEBERG 
CAROL FOX 



MURRAY FISCHER STEPHEN FISHER WILLIAM FLAXMAN 

KENNETH FRANKEL ALAN FRANKENSTEIN ELAINE FRANKLIN 



Will it be college? Jobs? Military service 



si FRESCHL ALAN FRIEDMAN 

VCY FURMAN SONYA FUTORIAN 

TOETH GILLEN DEANNE GLAZER 



HENRY FRIEDMAN KALMA FRIEDMAN SUSAN FRIENDLY THOMAS FUCHS 

JOAN GATES COLIN GILBERT ELLEN GILBERT KEITH GILLEN 

HAROLD GLICK BARBARA GOLDBERG BARRY GOLDBERG JOHNGOLDING 






KENNETH GOLDMAN GLORIA GOLDSTEIN JANET GOOD JOAN GORDON HELEN GOTTFRIED 

JAY GOULD SALLY GRAY RUTH GREENBAUM CAROLE GREENE REBA GROMAN 

RICHARD GUILLEN JOYCE GUTMANN BILL HALPRIN LINDA HAMMERMAN MARILYN HANDLER 



STEPHEN GOTTSCH; 
ROCHELLE GROSS 
HOWARD HARTLEY 



Class of '60 plans varied activities . . . . 



JOSETTE HASSON JEAN HAYS ALICE HICHT 

JAMES HERZOG BARBARA HEYMAN NANCY HIRSCH 



EUGENE HERTS JUDITH HERWIT 

HARRY HIRSCHENSOHN BARBARA HOCKLER 



MARCIA HERZIKOF 
VIVIAN HOLT 





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SENIORS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED are Lynne Miller and Ken Goldman. 




EHOODENPYLE LOUISE HORWITZ THOMAS ILFELD 

YJACOBSON ANDREA JAFFE JANISJAFFE 

HN PATRICK JOYCE GEORGETTE KAD]IAN SONIA KAHN 



BENJAMIN JACKSON 
PEARL JANCSO 
ELLIOTT KALLICK 



HARLEY JACKSON 
LEWIS JOLTON 
GERALD KARP 



BETTY I AC 1>H> 
JOEL JORDAN- 
HOLLY KARSIN" 



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MOST POPULAR SENIORS, Ken Goldman and Nancy Hirsch. 




FRANCES KARZ PETER KASLER 

DIANE KAUFMAN PAT KAUFMAN 
GAIL KINNEY FOSTER KIVEL 



KAREN KASWICK 

KAREN KAYE 
KAY KLEIN 



GLORIA KATZ 
ROBERT KEGLEY 
PHILIP KLUBOK 



MIRIAM KAUFFMAN 
STEPHEN KERN 
LARRY KOFSKY 



TOM KAUFFMAN 
MIMI KESSLER 
JAN KOHLER 



Junior -Senior Day brought pride 



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BETTY KOSNER JUDY KRIEGER 

,ERALD LABOVITCH LYNN LAGERQUIST 
OBERTLAVIN MICHAEL LEEBOVE 



RONALD KROLIK 
DALE LAM FROM 
TERRY LEONARD 



KAREN KRONISH 
JUDITH LANSING 
FRANKIE LESSER 



WILLIAM KUNODY 
DIANE LASH 
LORNA LEVANT 



LILLIAN KWOK 
DAVID LATTMAN 
JERRY LEVEY 



and elation to the Class of *<IO. 



MELDON LEVINE 

KAY LIBERMAN 



LINDA LEVOY 
SUSAN LICHTERMAN 



ARLENE LEVY 
AARON LIEBOWITZ 



CAROLYN LEVY 
GARY LIVINGSTON 



PAUL LEWINSON 
JAMES LOEB 



JEFFREY LIBERMAN 
"SALLY LOEB 





JEFFREY LOURIE JOHN McCANN SCOTT McCOMAS 

MARTIN MAC DONALD SYLVIA MAGIDSON JEROME MARIAM 



PETER MlCOY 
CAROL MARKS 



RICHARD McDONAGH JAMES MAASS 
STEPHEN MARMER JULIAN MARX 



Each Senior faces challenge of maturity. 



GINA MASCHIO 


TERRY MAST 


MARI MAYER 


TERRY MELCHER 


ALAN MELTON 


NANCY MICHELMAN 


BARRY MILLER 


LYNNE MILLER 


STAFFAN MILLER 


PEGGY MILLMAN 


DAVID MOHS 


ELLIOTT MOORE 


JOANNA MOORE 


KAREN MORRIS 


MAR JORIE MORSE 


JANE MORTON 


ALAN MOSS 


RICHARD MOSS 







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and realization of responsibility. 



V1ARILYN MUENTER JOHN MULLENAUX 
=>AMELA NEWMARK MELANIE NOURSE 
J AUL OWENS BEVERLY PADWAY 



NANCY NATHAN 
PETER OLSON 
fOY PARKER 



RONNY NEIMAN 
SI S \NOMAN 
LINDA PES( 111 IT 



WENDY NELSON NANCY NEWMAN 

BABETTE OPPER R( )BERTA ORLING 

ARTHUR POLACHECK GAIL POLAYES 




BEST LOOKING SENIORS, Penny Danz and Ray Warren. 




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SENIORS WHO HAVE DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS, Mimi Kessler and Maurice Schwartz. 




DAVID POLLACK NANCY POLLACK 

CLARA RADICS KATHRYN RAMSAY 

MICHAEL RAYSSON WILLIAM REINGOLD 



GARY PRIESTER 
LOUIS RAPOPORT 
ROGER RHOADS 



JONATHAN QUINT 
PAULETTE RAPP 
CAROL ROBERTS 



FRANK RABWIN 
FAYERAY 
ROY ROGOSIN 



JUDY RACKIN 
PAULINE RAY 
MICHAEL ROSE 



Happiness . elation . and minor sadnesses 



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J.OBERTROSENFELD BINNIE ROSS 
UDITH RUBIN FRANK SACKLEY 



ERIC ROSS 
JUDY SAMUELS 



IVAN ROSS 
RONALD SAMUELS 



STEPHEN ROSS 
MICHAEL SAPHIER 



BARRY ROTH 
EDMUND SCHARLACH 



help make high school years memorable. 



ALLY SCHILLER VIVIAN SCHIRN 

iVLYNN SCHUMAN MICHAEL SCHWAB 
TEVEN SCHWARTZ DIANE SEIGEL 



MICHAEL SCHLESINGER PETER SCHREIBMAN RICHARD SCHUCHETT BONNIE SCHULMAN 

DONALD SCHWARTZ JEFFREY SCHWARTZ LESLIE SCHWARTZ MAURICE SCHWARTZ 

RANDY SHAFTON JOHN SHANE PHIL SHANE JOAN SHANEDLING 




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PAUL SHAPIRO ANITA SHARPE 

BRUCE SINGER SHEILA SINGER 



CARL SHARPE 
DOROTHY SISKIN 



MARY SHERMAN 
PAMELA SKLAAR 



GARY SHUSETT 
WESLEY SMITH 



HARRY SIELING 
JOHN SOBEL 



As high school days draw to a close 



RAYMOND SOKOL ELAINE SOLOMON 
BONNIE SONNS STUART STAR 

ROBERT SWARTHE DONALD SWITLICK 



STEPHEN SOLOMON JAMIE SOLTON 

ROSLYN STEINBERG KENNETH STONE 

RICHARD SYLVESTER PHYLLIS TAUB 



MICHAEL SOLURSH 
GARY SULTAN 
GARY TEARSTON 



LINDA SOMERS 
DOREEN SUSSMAN 
SHARON TEITELBAUl 





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SENIORS WHO HAVE DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL, Ken Goldman and Lynne Miller. 




SANDRA TERRANCE SHARON THOMAS 
EDWARD TUFTE LYNN UDELL 

PAMELA WALDOW RAY WARREN- 



EVAN THOMPSON 
ELIZABETH UNGER 
WENDY WARSAW 



PETER TOMARKEN 
ERIC VALENTINE 
ROBERT WATSON 



PETER TOPITSCH LINDA TRAL'B 

TOM VANDENBERG ROBERT WALD 

LAWRENCE WAYNE ROGER WE1NHOUSE 



no barrier too high . . . . 



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ILEEN WEINSTOCK ALAN WEISS 
KAREN WILK HENRY WILLIAMS 

SUSAN WITTENBERG JAY WRIGHT 



TOM WELCH 
JEFFREY WILSON 
RANDY WRIGHT 



PAMELA WESTROPE 
SHARLA WILSON 
KAREN YADLEY 



LAWRENCE WHITE LESLIE WIENER 

JOYCE WINSLOW DAVID WINTER 

REGINA YURMAN RICHARD ZALL 



as seniors eagerly receive their diplomas. 



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SHEILA ZEBRACK PAUL ZELTZER 



LLOYD Zl IF 



JUDY ZIGMAN 



RK. HARD /J.MAN 



CAMERA SHY 



ANN ARMSTRONG 
CLARK ATKINSON 
MICHAEL BAUM 
VICTORIA BAY 
JEFFREY BRILLIANT 
MICHAEL COLTON 
VICKI DAVIS 
DANADIGGS 
BARRY DILLER 
CYRIL EDI 
BERN1CEEISENROD 



ALEXANDER ERBE 
MICHELE FRA1DE 
ROBERT FREED 
JOHNGERSTEN 
CARYGODDARD 
RICHARD GREENE 
RICHARD GROSSMAN 
THOMAS HARBARGER 
TIMOTHY HARTMAN 
JEFFREY HERSHENSON 



charles holtrichter 
joel katzman 
Lynda kirchner 
barry kopp 
alanaladd 
myralangdon 
russell laule 
howard leveson 
william mcclanahan 

DONALD MjlDONALD 



CRAIG MARTIN 
LEOMARTYX 
PATRICK Ml.DRAXO 
RUTHANEMILI.I R 
LAWRENCE OSWELL 
ROBERT PERLMUTTER 
LORNA POWERS 
TONY SMITH 
THOMAS SOKOLOV 
SUSAN STAMLER 
CAROL WOLTAG 



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TORCHBEARERS: Gary Tearston, Gloria Goldstein 
Mari Mayer, Stuart Star, Thomas lifeld. 




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SEALBEARERS: Rotv 1: Michael Saphier, Vivian Schirn, Gail Kinney, Mary Sher- 
man, Harley Jackson, Terry Mast. Row 2: Edward Tufte, Richard Fine, Keith Gillen, 
Larry White, Barry Goldberg, Robert Brenner, Eric Valentine. 



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EPHEBIANS: Row 1: Larry White, Vivian Schirn, 
Joyce Winslow, Lynn Fenberg, Steve Marmer. Row 
2: Gail Kinney, Ronny Neiman, Kenneth Goldman, 
Stuart Star, Eric Valentine. 



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NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS: Row 1: Maurice Schwartz, Richard Fine, Alan 
Cohn, Mary Sherman, Larry White, Terry Mast, Barry Goldberg, Keith Gillen. Row 
2: Kenneth Frankel, Barry Roth, Robert Brenner, Edward Tufte, Paul Lewinson, 
Richard Grossman. 



FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP CUP 
WINNER: Barry Goldberg. 



In Meinoriam 




MRS. ELEANOR WELCH 



Students, teachers, parents, and alumni of Beverly Hills High School feel a deep and irreplaceable 
loss in the death of Mrs. Eleanor Welch. She was a dedicated teacher, an enthusiastic sponsor of 
the Senior Class, and, perhaps most important, a loyal and sincere friend of all who knew her. 

As a teacher she chose her field of social studies wisely, for she believed with intensity in a growing 
and vital democracy — in a dynamic program which encouraged the individual to discover for himself 
the personal integrity and responsibility so necessary for leadership and intelligent participation in 
our modern society. 

As a sponsor of the Senior Class for many years, Mrs. Welch displayed an active interest in young 
adults — in their problems, in their joys, in their ambitions, in their successes. She was never too busy, 
never too tired to listen to the boy or girl who sought her understanding and advice; and in her 
decisions she was uncompromising in her concern for honesty and justice. 

As a friend she possessed those qualities which we all search for in our personal relationships — 
loyalty, dependability, sympathy, and understanding. Of these attributes she was and will continue to 
be a symbol. 

Immortality has many meanings for many people, but a part of Eleanor Welch will always live in 
the hearts of those who have known her. 



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FALL CLASS OFFICERS: Luis Lain- 
er, president; Pattie Meisel, vice- 
president; Reggie Markell, secretary; 
Mark Wicclair, treasurer. 



Juniors express great expectations . • • 




Akridge, Jill 

Alberts, Anita 
Alexander, Joyce 
Allen, Judith 


Allenstein, Linda 
Altman, Iris 
Andreadis, Dino 
Angen, Lawrence 


Anker, Arthur 
Ansen, Donald 
Ansen, Jim 
Appelbaum, Dennis 


Atterbury, Charles 
Auster, Andrea 
Babbitt, Linda 
Baumblatt, Stuart 


Baxter, Robdt 
Beck, John 
Bell, Daniel 
Berck, Victoria 


Berger, Richard 
Bergman, Paul 
Berk, Sherri 
Bernstein, Maria 


Berryman, Linda 
Best, Gary 
Birnbaum, Stevan 
Bisgeier, Steve 


Bonds, John 
Borde, Janet 
Bothwell, Raelee 
Boyar, Donna 


Boyar, Jeffrey 
Brandt, Walter 
Broder, William 
Brodney, Rozann 


Brody, Lynn 
Brown, Marshall 
Bueno, Juan 
Burke, Robin 


Burns, Robert 
Bushner, Gary 
Byrnes, John 
Cahn, Larry 


Cammer, Annette 
Cappas, James 
Catlin, Martin 
Caruso, Richard 



Catz, Robert 
Chass, Susan 
Cohen, Deva 
Colman, Cathy 


Colman, Judith 

Conti, James 
Cook, Don 
Cooper, Ronald 


Corey, Mary 
Cornell, Sue 
Cowan, Robert 
Cozen, Harry 


Crane, Cherie 
Curland, Julia 
Dabah, Gladys 
Danen, Robert 


Dant, Christopher 
De Bardas, Thomas 
Deitch, JLeslye 
Delman, Barbara 


De Mars, Neil 
Deutsch, David 
Eber, Deena 
Edwards, Gary 


Ehrnstein, Linda 
Emerson, Barry 
Enders, Robin 
Engelberg, Lon 


Even, Randolph 
Fancy, Richard 
Farkas, Robert 
Federman, Marc 


Fein, Michael 
Fein, Ronnie 
Filerman, Bernice 
Fine, Carol 


Finer, Carole 
Fink, Pamela 
Finkel, Barbara 
Fishman, William 


Flans, Allen 
Flaster, Toni 
Flaxman, Peter 
Flushman, Bruce 


Fogel, Caroll 
Fox, Gary 
Fox, Martha 
Franklin, Bonnie 








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And strive for recognition . . . . 



Franklin, Frenda 
Frederick, Pamela 
Freed, Constance 
Freeman, Peter 



Gershenson, Myrna 
Gilbert, Alexander 
Girdwoyn, Diane 
Glass, Dudley 



Friedman, Diane 
Frishman, Sari 
Gamson, Michael 
Geldin, Lorraine 



Globe, Peter 
Golden, Sandy 
Goldsmith, Alan 
Goldstein, Barry 




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Goldstein, Judith 
Goldstein, Sondra 


Goodman, Lenn 
Goodman, Nancy 


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Gottlieb, Jules 


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SPRING CLASS OFFICERS: Anita Al- 
berts, secretary; Steve Lippman, vice- 
president; Art Anker, president; Randy 
Even, treasurer. 




Through participation in activities . 




Hale. William 
Hamburg, Sheryl 
Handler, Anthony 
Hanin, Mariam 



Hays, Otis 
Hess, Maxine 
Hettena, Ronald 
Hillman, Antoinette 



Hanson, Jon 
Harris, Jeanne 
Hartunian, Wayne 
Hays, Mary 



Hillman, Therese 
Hochman, Jeff 
Hoffman, David 
Hoffman, Franklin 



Hoffman, Richard Howard, Michael 

Holnback, Marlaine Howard, Toni 

Hoodenpyle, Sanford Hoyt, Linda 

Home, John Hubbard, Michael 



Hutter, Charles 
Jack, Michael 
Jaye, Robert 
Joyce, William 



Kahan, Jim 
Kahan, Loretta 
Kahn, Steve 
Kap, Helen 



Keeffer, Christina 
Kelley, Kevin 
King, Jacqueline 
Kislinger, Mark 



Jubelier, Joanne 
Judson, Glyn 
Kabakow, Andrea 
Kagan, Spencer 



Karsin, Donald 
Kasel, William 
Kaufman, Michael 
Kaye, Walrer 



Kohn, Donna 
Koskoff, Marilyn 
Krasnow, Rita 
Krawitz, Gary 



Krone, Jeff 


Land re, Llissa 


Kuhlcn, Carl 


Lane Barry 


Kurtin, Jill 


Lane, Vicki 


Lainer, Luis 


Laszlo, Victoria 


Lawrence, Mike 


Le Vine, Susan 


Lee, Vivian 


Levy, Geraldine 


Lehman, Michelc 


Levy, Robert 


Leibaum, Lllis 


Lewis, Marilyn 


Libcrman, Larry 


Livingston, Bruce 


Lindheim, Judy 


Lockhart, Carole 


Lippman, Steven 


Loeff, Susan 


Litter, Marsha 


Lowe, John 


Lubin, Howard 


Malin, Marjorie 


Lussier, Dennis 


Markell, Retina 


McCann, Austin 


Marley, Elizabeth 


Mclrvin. Malcolm 


Marrett, Susan 


Mart, Alan 


Masters, Bonnie 


Martin, Ellen 


Mathes, Melinda 


Martin, Michael 


Matlin, Myna 


Massman, Stephen 


Matlin, Roger 


Meadows, Beverly 


Melnick, Allan 


Meiklcjohn, Linda 


Melnick, Christina 


Meisel, Joan 


Mess, Joseph 


Meisel, Patricia 


Meyer, Kenneth 





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Six varied and eventful semesters . . . . 




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Miller, David 


Mor.can, Judith 




Mitchell, Joel 


Morris, Jonathan 


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Muff, James 




Monan, Monte 


Mund, Geraldine 


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Nashner, Lewis 


Nirenber.q, Susan 




Nathan, Claire 


Nurnber.c. Linda 




Natoway, Judith 


Oberman, Lynn 


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Nefsky, Melvin 


Orton, Gerald 



Paul, Penni 
Perkinson, Jill 
Perrin, Judith 
Peter, Hartmut 



Pinter, Margaret 
Pirie, Douglas 
Piatt, Linda 
Plawker, Barbara 



Peterson, Dennie 
Pfaelzer, Betty 
Pfaelzer, Peter 
Pine, Georgia 



Pleasants, Terry 
Plotkin, Frieda 
Ponder. Frank 
Porter, Sharon 



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Potkin, Linda 
Poze, Tony 
Pressler, David 
Price, Carol 


Pussel, Ronald 
Rabwin, Dinah 
Rady, Elsa 
Renquist, Jacquelyn 


Reuman, Terry 
Reynolds, Merrily 
Richardson, Russell 
Riemer, Richard 


Riemer, Ira 
Robinson, Joseph 
Robinson, Michelle 
Rojas, Flora 


Roller, Anthony 
Rose, Harvey 
Rosenwald, Anne 
Rosin, Barbara 


Ross, Donna 
Ross, Sally 
Roth, Kenneth 
Rothberg, Linda 


Russotto, Barbara 
Saffren, David 
Sail, Marsha 
Sandler, Alan 


Sandler, Guy 
Schiffman, Harve 
Schipke, Peter 
Schneiderman, Barbara 


Schnepf, Frederick 
Schultz, Jerold 
Schuss, Nancy 
Schwartz, Andrew 


Schwartz, Howard 
Schwartz, Kathryn 
Scott, Michael 
Scull, John 



Culminate the diligent preparation . . . . 




Seymour, Steven 
Shapiro, Kay 
Shepard, Ruth 
Shire, Margaret 



Silverglade, Judith 
Silverman, Artie 
Silverman, Harvey 
Sklar, Audrey 



Soskin, Sue 
Spira, Carol 
Squibb, William 
Srein, Carolyn 



Swartz, Steven 
Teitelbaum, Anne 
Tipp, Sara 
Titelman, Karen 



Van Hyning, John 
Volat, Lawrence 
Von Korff, Mario 
Wagner, James 



Shulgoid, Barbara 
Shupper, Bruce 
Siegel, Judith 
Silbert, Susie 



Smithson, April 
Snyder, Allan 
Sobel, Claudia 
Sorlien, Janet 



Stein, James 
Stone, Bunni 
Stone, Ronald 
Strickland, Laura 



Triesault, Jon 
Tuch, Jacki 
Tuerpe, Brigit 
Linger, Marc 



Wain, Margo 
Waldman, Susan 
Webster, Sharon 
Weinstein, Jerome 



Weiss, Mitchell 


Wilding, Valerie 


Weston, John 


Wile, John 


Westrope, [an 


Willardson, Mary 


Wicdair, Mark 


Wittenberg, Wendy 


Wood, Kermeen 


Zateslo, George 


Wrinkle, James 


Ziedman, Sheila 


Young, Clifford 


Zoline, Patricia 


Yurman, Lana 






CLASS SPIRIT LEADERS: Song- 
leaders: Sheila Yaker, Linda Allen- 
stein, Vicki Laszlo, Beverly Mead- 
ows, Sue Waldman. Cheerleaders: 
Marge Wain, Judy Lindheim, Laura 
Strickland, Lana Goodma-n. 





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FALL CLASS OFFICERS: Joel 
Goodman, vice-president; Nancy 
Goren, treasurer; Mrs. Lehman, fac- 
ulty adviser; Joyce Liberman, secre- 
tary; Mike Jeffery, president. 



Sophisticated Sophomores eagerly . . • . 




Aaron, Charles 
Abarbanel, Alice 
Abraham, Jerrold 
Abrams, Steven 


Adlam, John 
Adler, Elizabeth 
Allenstein, Roy 
Amerson, Andrew 


Appel, William 
Armitage, Eric 
Asher, Enid 
Atwater, James 


Bailey, Timothy 
Bale, Charles 
Bankoff, Andrea 
Banowit, Joel 


Barnai, Suzanne 
Baron, Stuart 
Barr, Robert 
Bartlett, Lee 


Barton, Lloyd 
Bass, Irene 
Bassett, Randall 
Belsky, Jeffrey 


Bennett, Judi 
Benoff, Robin 
Benaron, Gayle 
Benson, Rita 


Berk, Peter 
Berkowitz, Steven 
Berman, Richard 
Berman, Sara 


Berman, Susan 
Berney, Barbara 
Bilicke, Kathleen 
Black, John 


Blank, Nathan 
Blatt, Marjorie 
Blau, Joel 
Bloom, Richard 


Bloomfield, Barbara 
Bobrow, Judy 
Bond, Joe Ann 
Booth, Pat 


Borin, Richard 
Boserup, Viggo 
Bright, Ken 
Briskin, Jerilyn 



Broiler, Richard 
Brodwin, Martin 
Brody, John 
Brown, William 



Buchbinder, Donna 
Burdman, Stephanie 
Burger, Eric 
Burger, Paul 



Chandler, Stuart 
Chauncey, Linda 
Cobert, Diane 
Cohen, Martin 



Corenson, Annette 
Covey, Marilyn 
Crane, Susie 
Crosby, Bob 



Davies, Faye 
Davis, Leslie 
Davis, Parricia 
Deglin, Henry 



Doddridge, Lee 
Doddridge, Lynn 
Dreyfuss, Lorin 
Durocher, Michele 



Browne, Gayle 
Brownstein, Judith 
Brucker, Alex 
Brun-Cottan, Marie 



Calamaro, Ray 
Calof, Lawrence 
Camras, Patricia 
Champness, Don 



Colburn, Lesley 
Cole, Bradley 
Cole, Mary 
Corday, Joanne 



Cross, Lance 
Crouch, Bryon 
Curtiss, Serena 
Cytron, Daniel 



De Lange, Stephanie 
Dicker, Michael 
Di Ghilini, Frances 
Dobrer, Jonathan 



Ehrnstein, Andrea 
Einecke, Barbara 
Elster, Gary 
Entin, Dennis 



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Entin, Hershey 
Ephron, Delia 
Epstein, Martha 
Evans, Barbara 



Feldman, Paul 
Felmus, Marjorie 
Fenberg, Terry 
Fenster, Judith 



Freeman, Richard 
Freiberg, Walter 
Friedman, Perer 
Fuller, Jerrold 



Gillman, Grera 
Gingold, Gloria 
Glikbarg, William 
Gold, Stephen 



Factor, Max 
Fateman, Lenore 
Feder, Steven 
Feher, Suzanne 



Fischer, Jacqulynne 
Ford, Peter 
Frank, Susan 
Freeman, Pamela 



Garner, Ed. 
Gelfand, Judith 
Gershman, Gloria 
Giltord, Joan 



Goldberg, Kenneth 
Golden, Michael 
Goldenberg, Helaine 
Goldsmith, Henry 




SPRING CLASS OFFICERS: Terry 
Fenberg. treasurer; Lowell Orren, vice- 
president; Alice Abarbanel, president; 
Stephanie De Lange, secretary. 




With a great deal of enthusiasm . 





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Goldwasser, Eddy 
Goliger, Iris 
Goodman, Joel 


Goodman, Shelley 
Gordean, William 
Gordon, Paula 
Goren, Nancy 


Gould, Richard 
Green, Kathe 
Greenly, Robert 
Greenwold, Alan 


Greenwold, Mark 
Gregory, Larry 
Grevelding, Nicola 
Gross, Andrea 


Gross, Donald 
Gruszka, Jack 
Gubin, William 
Gunzburg, Steve 


Gutstein, Helen 
Halio, Dennis 
Hannam, Dorinne 
Harris, Nikki 


Harrison, Les 
Hart, Jo Ellen 
Hart, Larry 
Harwin, Cary 


Hays, William 
Heffron, Robert 
Hein, Karen 
Heller, Peggy 


Hengesch, Lynn 
Herman, Joel 

Herozfield, Sandy 
Hershman, Richard 


Hessler, Jacqueline 
Hirsch, Peggy 
Hirschman, Connie 
Hoffman, Tom 


Holtzman, Daniel 
Holz, Richard 
Homer, Linda 
Horowitz, Lynda 


Horwich, Susan 
Horwick, Daniel 
Houge, Barbara 
Howell, Susan 



Hyde, James A. 
Hyde, James E. 
Jackson, Flint 
lacobs, Gerald 



[offe, Bruce 
Johnson, Eve- 
Johnson, Van 
Jones, Dana 



Kaplan, Jill 
Kaswick, Jon 

Kauffman, Elaine 
Kaufman, Ann 



Kogan, Barry 
Koolish, Leslie 
Kopp, Carol 
Kornfein, Gary 



Kuh, David 
Landy, Errol 
Larsen, Lance 
Le Bow, Julie 



Leipzi.yer, Ann 
Lester, Ward 
Levant, Amanda 
Ltvinson, Richard 



James, Victoria 
l.inu son, Farm i.i 
lam so, Andre 
Jeffery, Michael 



Justin, Carolyn 
K.il, heim, Kenneth 
Kales, Robert 
Kamins, Judith 



Kehr, Robert 
Kendall, Larry 
King, Robert 
Kin.u, Susan 



Koskoff, Billy 
Krasne, James 
Krell, Richard 
Krell, Rodney 



Le Due, Frances 
Leebove, Joel 
Lefferts, Sheila 
Lehrer, Steven 



Levy, Ellen 
Liberman, Joyce 
Lichterman, Harold 
Linden, Audrey 











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Lippsky, Jay 
Lohn, Sandra 
Lowitz. Phillip 
Lozabnick. Janet 



Mandel, Robert 
Mannis, Joe 
Marcus, Karen 
Marks, Judy 



Mayers, Leslie 
Mazur, Charles 
Medley, Nelli Jean 
Mendelson, Barry 



Miller. Larry 
Miller. Sharon 
Miller. W illiam 
Mills, Marilyn 



Mi ( inn, Terrance 
McNiel. James 
Maas, Francis 
Males. Lawrence 



Marmer. Betty 
Mart, Michael 
Martin, Patrick 
Martyn, Byron 



Mn helman, lohn 
Miller. ( harks 
Miller, let! 
Miller. Karvl 



Morse, Lois 
Moss, Roberta 
Mullenaux. Ronny 
Nadell, Barry 



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Nakagawa, Carol 
Nathanson, Phil 
Naylor, Chester 
Nesbit, Stephen 



Orienter, Jacqueline 
Orloff, Kristine 
Orren, Lowell 
Paley, Patricia 



Pense, Lonnie 
Peters, Mona 
Plattner, Richard 
Pliha, Donald 



Raynor, Susan 
Reifman, Marcia 
Reinis, Richard 
Reno, Robert 



Neustadt, Ann 
Newman, Cheryl 
Newman, Laura 
Olafski.Joel 



Palmer, Stephen 
Parker, Richard 
Parker, Robert 
Paskusz, Sherry 



Pollack, Joan 
Polo, Phillip 
Randall, Steve 
Rasumof f, Marcia 



Rhoads, Richard 
Ring, Suzanne 
Roberts, Alan 
Roberts, Penelope 



They uphold the traditions at Beverly . 




Roberts, Richard 
Robinson, Mitchell 
Rockford, Michael 
Ronald, Gael 



Rosenfeld, Jane 
Rosenfeld, Susan 
Rosenthal, Judith 
Rossen, Richard 



Samenow, Leslie 
Samuel, Sharon 
Sanger, Edward 
Sapriel, Daniella 



Schumann, Leslie 
Schuster, Nancy 
Schwartz, James 
Schwartz, Marilyn 



Serpe, Richard 
Shapiro, Bette 
Shapiro, Bonnie 
Shapiro, Sandra 



Sieling, Barbara 
Simon, Dorothy 
Sinclair, Robert E. 
Sinclair, Robert M. 



Rose, Diane 
Rosen, Ronald 
Rosenberg, Lana 
Rosene, Sara 



Rowen, William 
Rubin, Gail 
Rubin, Nancy 
Ruih, Vikki 



Sauers, Casey 
Schaefer, Harry 
Schaefer, Peter 
Schulberg, Peter 



Schott, Marilyn 
Segalove, Cheryl 
Seinfeld, Sandra 
Serafie, Thomas 



Shimoff, Karel 
Shore, Diane 
Shulman, Susan 
Siegal, Mitchell 



Singerman, Diane 
Siskin. Sherry 
Slipock, Barry 
Slotkin, Steven 



Smith, Alexander 
Smith, Shirley 
Smuckler, Sharon 

Sobel, Margaret 


Sobel, Suzanne 
Solof, Richard 
Solow, Gregory 

Sperling, Karen 


Spiegel, ( arolyn 
Sprecher, Peter 
Srere, Jane 
Staal, Ingrid 


Stern, Susan 
Stettner, Gail 
Sweet, Nancy 
Switzky, Merle 


Tipp, Sheila 
Toberoff, Laurence 
Trebach, Joseph 
Trugman, Martin 


Ulrich, Roy 
Linger, Barry 
Vajana, Andrew 
Vanda, Bruce 


Vener, Stuart 
Vorraso, Michael 
Wakeman, James 
Warren, Gale 


Weiner, Barbara 
West, John 
White, Steven 
Wiener, Neal 


Wilson, Barbara 
Wilson, Wendy 
Wilt, Robert 
Wiseman, Steven 


Wittenberg, Linda 
Wolcott, Elizabeth 
Woltag, Lydia 
Yergin, Marc 


Yookstetter, Doreen 
Zeiler, Claudia 
Zigman, Louis 


Zimmelman, Jean 
Zuckerman, Kenneth 
Zweibel, Evelyne 




Set by the preceding Normans . 



CLASS SPIRIT LEADERS: Song- 
leaders; Jackie Hessler, Pam Free- 
man, Sara Tipp, Kris Orloff, Pattie 
Davis. Cheerleaders: Stephanie De- 
Lange, Lynn Schwartz, Margie Blart, 
Amanda Levant. 




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FALL CLASS OFFICERS: Leon 
Owens, vice-president; Louise Ro- 
lapp, secretary; Hollis Glazer, treas- 
urer; Lee Siegel, president. 



Naive Freshmen enter Beverly High 




Adelman, Lewis 
Adler, James 
Adler, Marc 
Albaum, Barbara 



Albert, Rae 
Alschuler, Robert 
Amass, Sarann 
Andrews, Wendy 



Ansen, David Barbas, Sanford 

Appelbaum, Barbara Barcus, Johna 

Arenson, Laureen Bard, Victoria 

Baiter, Gloria Barenfeld, Marc 



Bassell, Rhea 
Beerman, David 
Behrstock, Laurie 
Benjamin, Muriel 



Berens, Nancy 
Berman, Harriet 
Berns, Diane 
Berns, Jane 



Blue, Thomas 
Bonds, Caren 
Bonds, Carol 
Borne, Marsha 



Brotman, Richard 
Bueno, Jaime 
Burke, Judith 
Cameron, Allan 



Bennett, Don 
Eennett, Patrick 
Benson, Susan 
Benton, Valerye 



Berns, John 
Bess, Joan 
Bess, Sally 
Bloom, Kenneth 



Bowman, Sharon 
Braun, William 
Brilliant, Susan 
Brooks, Lynn 



Cannan, David 
Cantello, James 
Cantor, Sheila 
Caren, Jeffrey 



Carlin, Bill 

( .Hi-. Iiuly 
Carter, Jeffrey 
Charney, Kmi 



Cohen, Myra 
Cohen, Paul 
Cole, Donna 

Cole, Linda 



Court, Stephanie 
Cousins, Peter 
Cowan, Jill 
C rand. ill, Dean 



Davis, Craig 
Davis, Noel 
DcLange, Warren 
Dial, Andrea 



Farber, Penelope 
Fein, Patricia 
Fields. Gregory 
Fields, Margo 



Fishman, Michael 
Flaster, Priscilla 
Fleischer, Wayne 
Fleisher, James 



Chass, Barry 
Clark, Lynn 
( oIk-ii, Alan 
Cohen, Lisa 



Coleman, Lawrence 
Colman, Shan 
< 01 'pel. Larry 
Corrales, Christina 



< randall, Norman 
Curland, Jerry 
Curtiss, Susan 
Davidson, Celia 



Doniger, Thomas 
Dunas, Caryl 
Edgel, Warner 
Ely, Suzanne 



Fineberg, Joan 
Fineman, Jay 
Fink, Jonathan 
Fishman, Hope 



Fleishman, Allen 
Fogel, Bruce 
Fogel, Edward 
Fogel, Kenneth 




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Fraide, Antonia 
Frank, Harrison 
Frankel, Diane 
Frankenstein, Rikki 



Friedman, Gordon 
Friedman, Patricia 
Friedman, Ronald 
Furman, David 



Glazer, Hollis 
Glazner, Judith 
Gold, Cynthia 
Goldenberg, Robert 



Goodman, Donald 
Goodman, Marilyn 
Goodman, Sheila 
Goodman, Susan 



Freeman, Douglas 
Freeman, Julie 
Freeze, Pamela 
Frieder, Dennis 



Ganes, Andrew 
Gerry, Diane 
Gervis, Burton 
Ghane, Margaret 



Goldstein, Alan 
Goldstene, Jalone 
Goldstein, Robert 
Good, Sharon 



Gordon, Bruce 
Goren, Carolyn 
Graham, Benjamin 
Green. Pamela 







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SPRING CLASS OFFICERS: Jamie 
Sloan, treasurer; Pattie Tyre, secretary; 
Vicki Rothberg, vice-president; Jon 
Markell, president. 




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Greenberg, Nancy 
Greene, Stephen 
Greenfield, Sylvia 
Greenspan, Roberta 


Greenwald, Edward 
Haber, Marcia 
Haimoff, Peter 
Haines, Randa 


Hamel, Minette 
Hammerman, Jay 
Handler, Phyllis 
Harris, Robert 


Hathcock, Edward 
Hazan, Morris 
Heasley, Barbara 
Heffron, Janis 


Heizer, Meridith 
Heldfond, Scott 
Herzikoff, James 
Heyman, Nancy 


Heymann, Stephanie 
Hoffman, Stephanie 
Homeyer, Stephen 
Howard, Cathy 


Howard, Steven 
Hubbard, Gay 
Hyatt, Valerie 
Hyde, Thomas 


Jackson, Michael 
Jaffe, Sherrile 
Jalof, Lorraine 
Jampolis, Adrienne 


Janneck, John 
Jaye, Carolyn 
Jensen, Hugh 
Jones, Richard 


Jones. Stuart 
Kaatz, Paula 
Kahan, John 
Kahan, Mendel 


Kaplan, Josh 
Kaplan, Mervyn 
Kasler, William 
Kassel, Marjorie 


Kav, David 
Kayo, Ruth 
Keller, Ray 
Kelly, David 



Kessler, Steven 


Koch, 1 loward 


Kimchae, Laura 


Konhein, Tern 


K i nu, Duane 


Koppel, Risa 


Klubok.Dale 


Kramer, Karen 


Kruse, Karen 


Lee, Denise 


Krasna, Christine 


Lehrer, Melinda 


La Fever, William 


Leventhal, Maria 


Laszlo, Franklin 


Levine, Dena 


Levy, Robert 


Lichtman, Susan 


Lewbel, George 


Lindheim, lames 


Lewin, Michael 


Linsman, William 


Lewis, Benjamin 


Lipson, Jane- 


Litter, Rita 


London, David 


Little, Frank 


Lourie, Mildred 


Little, Parke 


Luria, Andrea 


Lockie. Carolyn 


McRae, Duncan 


Magidson, Bruce 


Martin, Barbara 


Marcus, Anne 


Martin, Eleanor 


Marer, Candy 


Massed, Diane 


Markell, Jonathan 


Matlin, William 


Meltzer, Jane 


Miller, Tames 


Merin, Laurie 


Miller, Paul 


Mess, Elizabeth 


Miller, Randall 


Miller, Carol 


Mills, Barbara 



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Mintz, Sheila 
Mobley, Robin 
Mohs, Mary Lou 
Molina. Mariana 



Moore. William 
Morgan, Patricia 
Morris, Richard 
Moss. Larry 



Nathanson, Stan 
Nepus. Ira 
Newman, Elliot 
Nurnberg. Marsha 



Peasley. Frederick 
Pc-rlbcrc, Robert 
Pelter, Richard 
Perrin, Phyllis 



Molina, Teresa 
Molner, Duke 
Monter, Diana 
Moore, Janice 



Moss. Mark 
Murphy. Lynn 
N'ader, Michael 
Xagel, Victoria 



Oberman, Judy 
Owens, Leon 
Parrish, John 
Pawlan, Jeffrey 



Peters. Lisa 
Provost. William 
Quint, Linda 
Rabens, Steven 



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Reese, Jay 
Reese, William 
Reich, Joanne- 
Reno, Terry 



Rolapp, Louise 
Rollens, Andrea 
Rose, Jane 
Rosenberg, Stewart 



Roth, Dean 
Rothberg, Vicki 
Rothstein, Manny 
Rubin. Robert 



Saltzberg, Alan 
Sanger, Kathy 
Sarnat, Gerry 
Schiffman, Ronald 



Schultz, Victor 
Schwab, John 
Schwartz, Judith 
Schwartz, Rayna 



Resnik, Richard 
Reimer, Kenneth 
Roach, Stephen 
Roberts, Dennis 



Rosenshine, Ruth 
Rosenwald, Peter 
Rossen, Marcine 
Rosner, Ronald 



Rubinger, Franklin 
Ruden, Robert 
Saaveira, Diane 
Sakrais, Dorothy 



Schnackenberg, Charles 
Schneider, Jay 
Schoen, Laurie 
Scholle, Rudy 



Schweiger, Missy 
Scott, Valerie 
See, Millis 
Serbin, David 



Highlighting their first year . • . • 




Sharrin, Ronald 
Shaw, Lawrence 
Sheldon, Allen 
Shere, Michael 


Sherman, Marion 
Sherwood, Ellen 
Shlaes, Lucille 
Shlaes, Michael 


Shuman, Gerald 
Siegel, Lee 
Silbert, Michaelyn 
Silverman, Frank 


Singer, Jacqueline 
Singer, Jerry 
Sloan, Jamie 
Snapp, Martin 


Snipper, Reuben 
Snow, Eric 
Snyder, Rosemary 
Sobel, Michael 


Sofro, Lynne 
Sokol, Aviva 
Sommer, Kay 
Stein, Joan 


Steinbaum, Paul 
Steinfeldt, Ingrid 
Stevens, Willkie 
Stilz, Richard 


Stilz, Robert 
Stoner, Ann 
Sultan, Sandra 
Teigelbaum, Robert 


Teitler, Syma 
Tharpe, Edgar 
Title, Larry 
Tracy, Diane 


Tyre, Patricia 
Vittes, Laurence 
Waitz, Roberta 
Wald, Joanne 



Wallace, Gail 
Ward, Pamela 
Wayne, Susan 
Webb, Stephen 



Weisz, Kathy 
Weller, Sheila 
Wells, Deanna 
White, Margo 



Winchell, Robert 
Windust, Penelope 
Winstock, Brian 
Wolfe, Alfredo 



Wynn, Jay 
Yanzman, Joseph 
Yates, Morgan 
Zall, Jonathan 



Weiner, Charles 
Weinstein, Natalie 
Weisman, Sharon 
Weiss, Joey 



Whittaker, Robert 
Wilburne, Barbara 
Willson, Lamont 
Wilson, Brian 



Woodruff, Sue 
Wright, Donna 
Wngley, Frank 
Wurdeman, Robert 



Zaslav, Daniel 
Zelaya, Joe 
Zerman, Geraldine 
Ziman, Larry 








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Zukor, Abram 



Were a talent show and class picnic • 



CLASS SPIRIT LEADERS: Song- 
leaders: Joan Stein, Muriel Benja- 
min, Laura Kimchae, Sherril Jaffee. 
Cheerleaders: Diane Frankel, Syma 
Teitler, Laurie Merin, Donna 
Wright, Patti Tyre. 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL— £<w -/.' L. Kofsky, M. Fay, S. McComas, A. Freidman, M. Levine, R. Rhoads, B. Dukoff, D. Ansen, 
R. Trimble. Row 2: B. Appel (Mgr.), W. Hartunian, R. Freeman, B. Emerson, J. Dobrer, A. Polacheck, D. Ziman, D. Saffren, 
H. Freidman, B. Hazan (Mgr.). Row 3: T. Vandenburg, C. Naylor, R. Reinis, M. Rosenfeld, L. Miller, V. Boserup, L. Wayne, 
P. McCoy, C. Edi, G. Chazan. Row 4: B. Zane (Coach), J. Bueno, J. Scull, P. Topitsch, P. Olson, Ben Jackson, T. Welch, J. 
Ascheatel, D. Winter, J. Sabol (Coach). 

Varsity gridmen., plagued by a lack of 
depth . 

SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

2 Burbank 18 

7 South Pasadena 45 

6 El Segundo 19 

Culver City 7 

19 Lennox 12 

Torrance 13 

7 South Torrance 37 

13 Aviation 19 




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CO-CAPTAIN ROGER RHOADS 
Quarterback 

CO-CAPTAIN Mil FAY 
fullback 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 

As the '59 grid season began, Beverly's Varsity football squad 
found itself with a large number of returning lettermen, but 
little else in the way of depth. That particular handicap went 
on to plague the Normans time and again — and, perhaps, can 
best explain Normandy's poor I -win 7-loss record. 

Bone-crushing fullback Mel Fay was the big gun offensively 
for Coach Joe Sabol's corps as he ground out 485 yards for the 
season and averaged over 60 yards per game. Quarterback 
Tom Welch also supplied a potent offensive punch, when on 
target, while Roger Rhoads, Beverly's other quarterback and 
team captain, helped the Normans greatly with his fine leader- 
ship. Defensively, Hank Freidman and Art Polacheck were 
particularly outstanding. Freidman, especially, had an excep- 
tional individual record and definitely marked himself as an 
all-league candidate. 

After dropping two practice tilts to Burbank and South Pasa- 
dena, Beverly began its League season against El Segundo, where 
the Eagle's highly-touted passing combination of Pete Beathard 
to Cliff Pleggenkuhle spelled out Normandy's downfall, 19-6. 
Culver City, Beverly's cross-town rival was next, and in a dogged 
and hard-fought battle the Centaurs finally wore down the Nor- 
mans, 7-0. Beverly finally came into its own against Lennox 
as the Normans toppled the Lancers, 19-12. The game was 
an outstanding team effort and one of Beverly's two top per- 
formances of the year. Torrance and close neighbor South Tor- 
rance followed — and they combined to snap the Normans out 
of their brief moment of glory by respective scores of 13-0 and 
37-7. In the final League contest against League champs, Avia- 
tion, Beverly came back to show the fine form it had in the 
Lennox game. Beverly led through three quarters, 13-12, only 
to have the Falcons push over a T.D. in the final minutes for 
an extremely close 19-13 victory. 





ended '59 season with a disappointing 
record. 



A SPECTACULAR DIVING 
CATCH is made by Norman 
Don Ansen (21), who sticky- 
fingers the ball for a 11 -yard 
gain. 




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picking up four yards. 

BELOW, ONLY ONE CULVER CITY DEFENDER stands between McComas (40) and an open field. Mel Fay 
(30) executes key block for Scott. 



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Halfback 



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DAVE WINTER (50,) AND DON ANSEN (21) both seem to have the same idea, as they grab simultaneously for 
the ball against Burbank. Unfortunately, neither got the ball which fell harmlessly to the ground. 



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B FOOTBALL TEAM: £ou' i: J. Brody; J. Weinstein; J. Ansen; J. Conti; R. Sylvester; J. Adlam; R. Borin; J. Molin; N. DeMars; G. Cush- 
ner; J. Goodman; D. Kapland; L. Pense; R. Friedman. Row 2: G. Schusett; J. Bueno; M. Greenwald; J. Black; M. Robinson; D. Cowan; J. 
Muff; J. Shane; R. Seymore; D. Peterson; J. Lipsky; J. Miller; R. Holtz; A. Deglin; B. Barton; J. Schneider. Row 3: B. Lafever; B. linger; W. 
Koskoff; R. Plattner; F. Little; D. Cook; V. Schultz; L. Moss; H. Williams; B. Lewis; D. Cohen; L. Siegel; K. Goldberg; S. Gunzberg; B. Reese, 
Mgr.; B. Levy, Mgr. Row 4: C. Weiner; B. Stiltz; D. Kuh; J. Miller; P. Little; F. Rubenger; R. Cowan; R. Schiffman; P. Nathanson; J. Curland; 
D. King; J. Olafski; J. Wile; F. Maas; D. Roth; J. Nader; P. Sprecher. 



Beverly 5 s IPs after good start . . . • 



B FOOTBALL 

Beverly's B Football Team placed fifth in the Pioneer League 
standings this year, winning only two games, and losing six. 
Every game, however, had plenty of action and displayed end- 
less spirit by the Norbabes. 

Under Coaches Flanagan and Sieling, the squad showed up on 
Herded Field two weeks before school opened and during the 
season could be found practicing their line and scrimmage plays 
until sundown. But such determined spirit was not enough to 
stop Burbank who won the opening game, 6-0. A fighting team 
was able to top South Pasadena the following week and repeat 
with a win over El Segundo, but bad luck now appeared on the 
schedule and the B's lost the next five games. 

Sparking the Norbabes throughout the season were hard play- 
ing backs Jim Conti, John Black, Neil DeMars, and Richard 
Borin who will be back at Beverly next year, though probably 
playing Varsity ball. 




Coaches Chris Flanagan and Hal Sieling 



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SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

Burbank 7 

34 South Pasadena 12 

25 El Segundo 13 

7 Culver City 27 

13 Lennox 20 

Torrance 21 

12 South Torrance 13 

Aviation 26 



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hit by slump in league play 



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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Row 1: J. Beck, Capt.; W. Smith; J. Byrnes; R. Evan; B. Parker; M. Fein; J. Locb. Row 2: E. Ross; M. Carlin; J. 
Weston; R. Parker; D. Englander; S. Fisher; P. Owens; G. Edwards; A. Smith; D. Miller; R. Rosen, Mgr. Row 3: A. Goldstein; D. Furman; M. 
Shlaes; S. Webb; R. Snipper; A. Cohen; J. Zalaya; L. Shaw; J. Weiss; G. Jacobs. 

Harriers nab fifth in League. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

With only four returning Varsity lettermen, Beverly's Cross Coun- 
try Team had to settle for a fifth in the Pioneer League Finals 
this year. In their first meet, a triangular affair, they came out sec- 
ond, outclassed only by a tough South Pasadena running squad. The 
score: South Pasadena 41, Beverly 62. This aroused their determi- 
nation so they worked out harder preparing for their next meet 
against Lennox. In this meet their determination paid off and they 
went out and won 17 to 45. Their fighting spirit carried over in 
the meet against El Segundo, where they turned in a perfect score, 
taking the first seven places. This marked the first time in Beverly's 
Cross Country history — such a feat had been accomplished. But 
this winning streak didn't hold out in the next four weeks includ- 
ing the League Finals. They unfortunately lost meets to Aviation, 
Culver City, and Torrance. 

Throughout the season the team was sparked by these fast running 
thin clads: John Beck, Wes Smith, John Byrnes, Mike Fein, Randy 
Evan, Robert Parker, and Jim Loeb. John Beck particularly was 
the sparkplug of the team by coming in fifth out of a field of 77 
runners at Mt. S.A.C.'s Invitational Cross Country meet and placing 
fourth in Pioneer League Finals. 




JOHN BECK 

Captain 



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VARSITY WATER POLO: Row 1: H. Sieling, 
P. Klubok, D. Bennett, captain, E. Armitage, M. 
Egerman. Ron* 2: B. Miller, S. Ross, J. Marx, 
K. Meyer, S. Kern, T. De Bardas, Mgr. 



J. V. WATER POLO: Row 1: B. Wilson, V. 

Johnson, D. Moss, S. Gottschalk, captain, D. 

Hershman, H. Schaefer. Roiv 2: R. Peasley, N. 

Weiner, M. Lewin, T Roller, D. Deutsch, S. 
Homeyer. 



1120 Men make big splash in premiere 
polo play 

SCOREBOARD WATER POLO 

Beverly 

6 Glendale Hoover 8 Water Polo made an entrance into the Norman athletic picture 

4 Oxnard 3 ' n 1959 and the results cf the initial season were surprisingly 

14 Bell Gardens 2 successful. Coach Walt Puffer's aquamen took three of their 

1C tt i j x last four practice contests and, until their last two games, were 

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, t well in contention tor the league title. 

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5 Inglewood 4 Sparking the polomen were many of the same swimmers who 

9 Hawthorne 1 brought Beverly a second place in CIF swimming finals. Steve 

3 El Segundo 7 Kern and Bill Miller were tops in scoring, while Dave Bennett, 

6 Leuzinger 1 w ' t ' 1 ^' s exceptional all-around play earned a spot on the All- 

1 O nard 6 League first team. Ken Meyer, goal keeper for the Normans, 

made like a magician as he continually turned scoring shots into 

Inglewood Tournament harmless misses. 

3 El Segundo d 

2 Anaheim 4 Congratulations for Beverly's fine showing must go to Coach 

Walt Puffer. Starting from scratch, he built his inexperienced 
squad into a smooth working unit. 



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Forward Dave Mohs outleaps Culver City defender to drop in crucial two points 
against the Norman's cross-town rivals. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 

With a sizzling finish, in which they rolled 
over their final seven opponents, Beverly's 
basketballers earned a stellar 19-4 regular 
season record and a 10-2 mark in league. 
For the fifth time in six years the Normans 
qualified for CIF. 

Topping the Norman's season were numer- 
ous second place finishes ... in the Pacific 
Bay Shores Tourney ... in Beverly's own 
tourney . . . and in Pioneer League. Also 
high among the thrills of this year of excep- 
tional drama were victories over the CIF- 
bound squads of Santa Monica, Culver City, 
and Glendale Hoover, their thrilling three- 
game series with Aviation, and a narrow 
four-point loss to CIF runners-up, Anaheim 
(in the finals of the Beverly Hills Tour- 
ney) . In Beverly's only CIF engagement they 
lost a tensely-played exhibition to Santa 
Barbara, 60-42. 

Giving the Normans the individual spark 
they needed was Captain Dave Mohs, who 
hit for a steady 13.5 season scoring average. 
Among the honors Dave earned was a spot 
on the All-Bay Shores team, being voted the 
outstanding player in the Beverly Hills 
Tourney, and a selection on the All-Pioneer 
League squad. Undoubtedly the most im- 
proved player on the team was center Bob 
Einstein. Much of the credit for Beverly's 
final season surge can be attributed to Bob's 
exceptional rise. In the last eight games of 
the season Bob averaged 13 points and 16 
rebounds per game. Bob was also an All- 
League selection. Guard Randy Wright was 
another top point contributor with a fine 
9.5 point a game average. Terry Leonard, 
with a deadly outside shot hit for an 8.1 
scoring average. Tom Kauffman, although 
falling as far as points were concerned 
towards the season's end, was always a hust- 
ler and a big man on the boards. 



Norman Casahamen finish strong 




BASKETBALL TEAM: Row 1: 
B. Appel (mgr. ), J. McNeil, 
Dave Mohs, S. Bisgeir, R. Nei- 
man, D. Peterson, A. Melton, 
B. Levy (mgr.). Ron- 2: C. 
Reilly (coach), R. Wright, B. 
Noyce, B. Einstein, B. Kegley, 
J. Hanson, T. Leonard, R. 
Amado (mgr.). 




Beverly 

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50 
47 
56 
37 
65 
69 
46 
57 
58 
45 
61 
73 
49 
65 



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SCOREBOARD 

Burbank 35 

Glendale Hoover 44 

Barstow 28 

El Segundo 41 

Culver City 38 

Torrance 54 

Lennox 44 

Aviation 48 

South 41 

El Segundo 57 

Culver City 36 

Torrance 50 

Lennox 32 

Aviation 45 

South Torrance 32 

CIF 
Santa Barbara 60 



Cage mentor Chuck Reilly lectures on the game's finer points to 
two eager listeners. 



Cap season of second places . 




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Forward 



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Norman Tom Kauffman drives in for score despite determined efforts of Torrance defenders. 



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Center 



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Guard 



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PACIFIC SHORES TOURNAMENT 

Beverly 

57 Leuzinger 42 

45 Aviation 43 

58 Santa Monica 57 

54 Glendale 71 

TOURNEY FACTS 

Beverly finished second to defending CIF 
champs, Glendale. Dave Mohs was an All- 
Tourney forward and Randy Wright was 
selected as an All-Tourney Guard. 



Jeff Wilson goes up for attempted two points in Pacific Shores contest against Leu- 
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J.V. BASKETBALL: K. Meyer, D. Saffren, K. Frankel, R. Reinis, P. Pfaelzcr, B. White, coach, B. King, B. Mcndelson, J. Dobrer, G. Labo- 
vitch, E. Goldwasser, G. Fox. 




J. VSs flash to victory . 



Co-captains Steve Bisgeier and Ken Meyer with Coach 
Barry White. 



SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

22 Burbank 31 

51 Morningside 53 

30 Glen Hoover 25 

48 El Segundo 29 

29 Culver City 46 

42 Torrance 38 

48 Lennox 24 

63 Aviation 32 

70 South 22 

34 El Segundo 26 

36 Torrance 57 

39 Culver City 47 

36 Lennox 31 

34 Aviation 39 

46 South 25 





B BASKETBALL: Row 1: 
L. Kendall, B. Koskoff, G. 
Edwards, J. Kaswick, L. Zig- 
man, E. Sanger. Row 2: R. 
Schrieber, coach, L. Moss, P. 
Steinbaum, B. La Fever, R. 
Boron, C. Young, S. Gunz- 
berg, J. Miller, manager. 



B's and C ? s have good season 



C BASKETBALL: Row 1: 
F. Rubenger, W. De Lange, 
R. Peilberg, C. Werner, J. 
Zall, P. Berk, L. Title. Row 
2: R. Schrieber, coach, R. 
Morris, M. Jackson, H. Koch, 
B. Moore, C. Davis, J. Kahan, 
J. Janneck, J. Miller, mana- 
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WRESTLING: Row 1: D. Entin, L. Ziman, R. Sylvester, D. Moss, A. Liebowitz, J. Black, D. Ziman, H. Friedman, A. Polacheck, T. Vandenberg, 
C. Edi. Row 2: T. Hoffman, L. Pense, J. Entin, J. Weiss, R. Bloom, R. Snipper, R. Seymour, R. Schiffman, L. Miller, O. Hays, C. Cook, J. Bueno, 
G. Lewbel, manager. 



Grapplers in finest season 



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WRESTLING 

Putting the finishing touches on one of the finest 
mat seasons in Norman history, Beverly's stellar 
wrestling squad nabbed a third place Pioneer 
League finish. Only four points separated the 
Normans from a second spot, and their 7-win 
5-loss seasonal record marked the first winning 
wrestling season in Norman annals. Added to 
this, the matmen grabbed a third place in the 
16 team Santa Barbara Tourney and seventh out 
of 24 in the El Camino Tournament. Cyril Edi, 
John Black, Dick Moss, Dick Hershman, and 
Ricky Sylvester all took second places in their 
divisions in League to qualify for C1F. Dennb 
Entin, who took a third, also made CIF. With 
all but Edi, Moss, and Sylvester returning, Bev- 
erly has the nucleus of another fine squad in '61. 




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Baseball mastermind Hal Sieling stands with Norman Captain 
Jim Conti. 



VARSITY BASEBALL 

Having one of his youngest and most inexpetienced 
Varsity baseball teams in years, Coach Hal Sieling 
counted on I960 as a building season for his horse- 
hiders. After surprising many by winning their opener 
over a good Hollywood squad, 6-1, the Normans suc- 
cumbed, as many young teams will, to a case of error- 
itis. However, Beverly did come through to top the 
defending CIF champions, Morningside 3-2, and went 
into League with high hopes. Pitchers Ricky Schuchet, 
Marty Trugman, Steve Randall, and Dave Brown all 
showed flashes of brilliance, but only senior Schuchet 
was able to steadily hurl effectively. Sophomore Larry 
Calof also showed good "stuff" although pitching mostly 
in relief. Actually, the main problem for the Normans 
was getting on base. However, Juniors Dennie Peter- 
son and Jim Conti and Sophomores Vigo Boserup and 
Barry Mendelson all showed excellent hitting potential 
— in somewhat erratic spurts. Senior catcher Hank 
Freidman proved a steady "rock" behind the plate and 
another senior, Alan Friedman also helped to give the 
club that necessary experience and know-how. 



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VARSITY BASEBALL: Row 1: J. Jacobs ( mgr. ) , D. Ansen, B. Brandt, J. Conti, J. Adlam, H. Freidman. B. Mendelson, A. Friedman, R. Nei- 
man, S. Starr. Roiu 2: L. Wayne (mgr.), D. Mohs, S. Bisgeier, W. Hartunian, B. Joyce, F. Jackson, D. Brown, H. Sieling (coach), L. Calof, V. 
Boserup, M. Trugman, S. Randall, D. Peterson, R. Schuchet. 



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SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

6 Hollywood 1 

Mt. Carmel 4 

Leuzinger 8 

1 Inglewood 11 

3 Morningside 2 

Santa Monica 6 

3 Fairfax 4 

2 El Segundo 10 

1 Culver City 2 

2 Torrance 7 

6 Lennox 15 

3 Aviation 6 

3 Santa Monica 

1 So. Pasadena 15 

5 Culver City 6 

7 Torrance 6 

4 Aviation 3 

10 Lennox 5 





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too late. 

BELOW: Second-sacker Jim Conti cuts down Wayne Hartunian at second base as shortstop 
John Adlam sets to take throw. 



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J.V. BASEBALL: Row 1: V. Schultz, J. Weinstein, B. Goldstein, M. Seaton, F. Rubinger, R. Pearlburg. Row 2: J. Schneider, D. Roth, L. Kendall, 
P. Berk, K. Goldberg, T. Hein, M. Sobel, P. Shulberg, P. Steinbaum, B. Moore, R. Ulrich. Row 3: C. Reilly (coach), J. Parrish, R. Mullenaux, R. 
Freeman, R. Reinis, B. Emerson, G. Fox, K. Meyer, R. Peasley, B. Moore, B. Cowan (mgr.). 



J. V.'s off to flashy start, then fizzle . . . . 



Coach Charles Reilly advises Beverly's youthful Junior Varsiry 
baseballers. 



SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

14 Hollywood 5 

7 Inglewood 4 

3 Morningside 11 

4 Santa Monica 3 

8 Fairfax 9 

4 El Segundo 6 

Culver City 2 

1 Torrance 3 

3 Aviation 5 

7 Culver City 5 

7 Lennox 3 

6 South 7 




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VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Row 1: S. Fisher, R. Rhoads, J. Beck, R. Parker, M. Fein, W. Smirh, P. Olson, P. Topitsch, M. Rosenfeld. 
Row 2: B. Gwinn, S. McComas, S. Abrams, B. Jackson, S. Benoff, R. Even, B. Sinclair, B. Rheingold, B. Levy (mgr.). Row 3: D. Saffren, 
R. Warren, B. Carlin, J. Dobrer, J. Lourie, C. Edi, L. Dodderidge, R. Cook, J. Bueno. 



Distance stars pace Norman thinclads 




Beverly 
35 1/2 
49 5/6 
261/3 

40 
40 
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SCOREBOARD 

Culver City 67 1/2 

Aviation 54 1/6 

South 77 1/3 

El Segundo 241/3 

Torrance 55 

Lennox 34 

Pioneer League Relays 



Pete Olson and Scott McComas skim over barriers in 120 high hurdles race. 



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VARSITY TRACK 
Plagued by a lack of depth, bm illuminated by individual excellence, 

Beverly's 1960 track team produced a number of exteption.il marks. 
Senior Steve Fisher, after breaking three school records and one league 
standard in his previous three years, set his sights in '60 on the 
and League 880 marks. With an excellent time of 2:01.7 for the two- 
lapper after only two weeks of practice, Steve seemed well on his way. 
Junior John Beck also seemed destined to break a si liool record as he- 
had already sped to within three seconds of the mile record of i 29.6 
with half the season remaining. Pole vaulter Roger Rhoads became the 
third Norman to be Threatening records when he began clearing 12 
feet early in the season. Rog was only eight inches" away from rewrit- 
ing the record books. Another Norman standout was hurdler Pete 
Olson who was consistently among the top placers while becoming 
one of the Normans' top point totallers. Mike Fein, a junior who 
turned in excellent times in the 8S0 the previous year moved down 
to the 440 with equally bright results. Sophomore sprinters Dob Parker 
and Steve Abrams, competing in Varsity because of the depleted "A" 
team ranks, showed great promise for the future. Senior sprinter Steve 
Benoff and hurdler Scott McComas also turned in some fine perform- 
ances for the Normans. 



Christopher Flanagan and George Egan talk over the 
track situation. 





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ABOVE: Peter Topitsch, Germany's gift to the broad jump, zooms through 

space in journey to broad jump pit. 

BELOW: Middle distance stars Mike Fein, Steve Fisher, and Wes Smith 

zip around turn in practice race. 

LEFT: Pole vaulter Dave Saffren prepares to part company with pole after 

successful flight over standard. 



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B TRACK: Row 1: F. Rabwin, J. Black, G. Best, R. Parker, J. Byrnes, L. Nashner, M. Greenwold, D. Miller. Row 2: M. Carlin, T. 
Bailey, J. Wakeman, R. Norris, J. Miller, H. Peter, D. Pressler. Row 3: S. Miller, J. Molin, W. LaFever, B. Barton, J. Michael, S. 
Gunzburg, G. Shusett, R. Sylvester, M. Robinson. 

B and C Cindermen build for future . 



C TRACK: Row 1: D. Furman G. Zateslo, T. Hoffman, R. Bloom, R. Snipper, A. Smith, P. Davis, C. Davis, J. Bueno. Row 2: 
S. Gervis, J. Brody, C. Weiner, R. Calameros, L. Orreno, W. DeLange, J. Miller, J. Januck, A. Cohen, R. Freedman. Row 3: J. Olasky, 
J. Joffe, P. Berman, P. Cohen, J. Zelaya, R. Simon, R. Morris, L. Weissman. N. Fogel. 




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Norman swimmers devastate reeord bo< 




Beverly's championship diver, Hal Sieling, shows 
outstanding form in executing most spectacular 
of swimming events. Hal is defending Varsity 
Pioneer League and former CIF B diving champ. 



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VARSITY SWIMMING: Row 
1: D. Bennett, M. Egerman, S. 
Kagan, S. Ross, B. Millet, R. 
Holz. Row 2: J. Marx, P. Kel- 
logg, D. Hershman, S. Kern, B. 
Perlmutter. 




Beverly's swimming mentor, Walt Puffer, has molded the 
Normans into one of the nation's top swimming powers. 



VARSITY SWIMMING 

Beverly's tremendously potent swim team moved into the '60 spot- 
light with their sights set on redoing the record book that they had 
already completely redone the year before. On the squad were four 
All-Americans in Dave Bennett, Steve Kern, Julian Marx, and Bob 
Perlmutter, making the Normans one of the finest teams in the 
country. The mermen started out the season on the right track by 
taking the CIF Relays. The following week the Normans took an 
extremely close second at the Lynwood Relays, losing by only four 
points to a team that they had beaten at the CIF affair. The Nor- 
mans came back to sweep by all their dual meer foes and then took 
first place in their own star-studded Beverly Hills Invitational. Dur- 
ing the tourney the Norman medley relay team of Steve Kern, Steve 
Ross, Julian Marx, and Dave Bennett combined to set a new CIF 
record, while the free style relay quartet just barely failed to top 
another. 

Dave Bennett, who smashed three school standards in '59 was also 
the Normans' top individual in '60 as he rebroke two of the three 
records. Julian Marx, a second place CIF finisher in '59, was once 
again one of Southern California's top swimmers in the breast 
stroke. Norman Butterfly specialist, Steve Ross, improved tremen- 
dously, breaking 60 seconds in his event. Steve Kern and Bob Perl- 
mutter, Beverly's other All-Americans, turned in stellar times in 
the backstroke and free style. Harry Sieling did an outstanding job 
in diving, going through the season without defeat. Sophomores 
Bill Miller and Ric Holz and Junior Spencer Kagan also turned in 
excellent oerformances and appeared to be ready to keep the Nor- 
mans a top swimming power in the future. 




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Mark Egerman 
Breast Stroke 



SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

1st CIF Relays 

33 SC Frosh 46 

71 Black-Foxe 16 

2nd Lynwood Relays 

74 Harvard 12 

53 Oxnard 72 

Glcndale Hoover 25 

51 El Segundo 34 

67 Burroughs 18 

1st Beverly Hills Tourney 

45 Moiningside 40 

44 Santa Monica 42 

1st Pioneer League 
1st CIF Championships 



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B SWIM TEAM: Row 1: E. Armitage, 
captain, P. Nathenson, M. Scott, B. Kos- 
koff, E. Elm. Row 2: D. Moss, B. Unger, 
S. Gottschalk, T. Roller. 



C SWIM TEAM: S. Homeyer, captain, J. 
Weiss, G. Friedman, C. Zukor, R. Rosen, 
N. Weiner, V. Johnson. 



B and C squads hold great promise 



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Golf Coach Lou Hart gives captain Mike Leebove pointer on 
the correct swing. 




VARSITY GOLF 

After barely missing the CIF championship in both '58 and 
'59, Beverly's golfmen once again eyed the top spot in South- 
ern California for '60. Although losing Ron Rhoads, the CIF 
co-champion of '59, Coach Lou Hart still had such outstand- 
ing returning lettermen as Mike Donner, Captain Mike Lee- 
bove, Buddy Jolton, Al Melton, and Ricky Rhoads ( Ron's 
brother). Donner was particularly outstanding for the Nor- 
mans, as he broke 40 on numerous occasions. Rhoads fol- 
lowed in the footsteps of his brother by taking medalist hon- 
ors a large portion of the time. 

Over the long regular season the Normans lost just one 
practice match, while, as usual, going undefeated in Pioneer 
League. Although not as individually outstanding as in '59, 
the teemen headed into CIF with one of the most well-bal- 
anced teams in the area. 



Linksmen continue winning ways • 



GOLF TEAM: Row 1: M. Saphiei, J. Leebove, S. Lippman, A. Liebowitz, R. Rhoads. Row 2: M. Leebove, M. Donner, B. Jolton, A. Melton, J. 
McNeil, L. Hart (coach). 



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VARSITY TENNIS: Row 1: M. Levine, G. Sarnat, P. Cousins, R. Wurdeman, W. Appel, L. Title, G. Fields, J. Weston, E. Goldwasser. Row 2: 
K. Frankel, R. Richatdson, J. Shane, M. Schwab, J. Kohler, T. Ufeld, J. Fineman, M. Jackson, R. Brenner, T. Melcher, J. Ellis. 



VARSITY TENNIS 

Losing several of the area's top tennis stars from the previous year, Bev- 
erly's racquetmen came back to garner another stellar record in '60. After 
a mediocre start the Normans took four of their next six matches, includ- 
ing their first three Pioneer League matches in a row. Thus, with an ex- 
ceptionally well-rounded squad, the racqueteers appeared to have an 
excellent chance in CIF. 

Foreign-exchange student, Jan Kohler, was an invaluable newcomer to the 
Norman squad as he quickly fought his way to the top of the ladder. Jeff 
Ellis, :he top returnee from the last year's CIF semi-finalists, also turned 
in a stellar seasonal record, winning three of his five early season matches. 
Mike Schwab proved an extremely bright surprise as he led the '60 tennis 
men in match points. Ken Frankel was another outstanding Norman, 
winning a majority of his matches, and helping the Normans to continue 
their domination of Pioneer League tennis. 



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SCOREBOARD 

Beverly 

UCLA 9 

3 Santa Monica 4 

2 Inglewood 5 

4 Fairfax 3 

3 Chaffey 4 

11/2 Santa Monica 5 ! /2 

5 Culver City 2 

5 Torrance 2 

7 Aviation 

2 So. Torrance 5 

7 Lennox 

4 So. Torrance 3 

Mike Schwab 





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G.A.A. BOARD 

Randy Shafton, fall president of the Girls' Athletic Associ- 
ation, conducted the Board meetings every Thursday at 
noon when the members met to discuss plans for the 
coming activities. One of the big events of the year was 
the GAA. Dance, "The Harvest Hoedown," which was 
held in the Swim Gym. The annual Christmas party fea- 
tured relay races, apple-dunking contests, and games for all. 
Also held the first semester were the after school sports 
playdays at the several schools in our league. Assisting 
Randy were Vice-president Diane Girdwoyn, Susie Friend- 
ly as secretary, and Beverly Meadows, treasurer. 
The Spring Semester got under way with Margie Morse 
serving as the Board's new president. Featured this term 
was the big grammar school playday. Another highlight 
was the volleyball playday, which included many other high 
schools and was held on the Norman campus. Other offi- 
cers were Vice-president Judi Herwit, the two secretaries, 
Lana Goodman and Patti Camras, and Treasurer Wendy 
Wilson. This year's activities were sponsored by Mrs. Char- 
lotte Wire. 



Second semester President Margie Morse, Sponsor Mrs. 
Charlotte Wire, and First semester President Randy Shaf- 
ton. 




GA.A. BOARD' Row 1: J. Alexander, C. Greene, J. Liberman, L. Newman, B. Sieling, M. Morse, S. Friendly, M. Blatt. Row 2: 
C. Wire (sponsor), W. Wilson, P. Camras, C. Greene, N. Goren, M. Holnback, J. Curland, J. Gray, D. Kaufman. Row 
3: G. Kinney, R. Shafton, C. Flaster, C. Orloff, J. Gordon, N. Nathan, J. Herwit, P. Paul. 



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DRILL TEAM: Leader: Patty Feichtmeir. Flag Girls: Ginny Batten, Sandy Fteeman, Pam Newmatk, Linda Nutnbetg. Drill Team Members: 
L. Allenstein, S. Betk, S. Betman, D. Buchbinder, R. Butke, P. Camtas, D. Cobett, J. Cotday, M. Covey, S. Ctane, L. Davis, P. Davis, L. Deitch, 
L. Dodtidge, B, Doomchin, M. Dutochet, B. Einche, M. Epstein, M. Felmen, S. Frank, P. Fteeman, G. Gelfand, G. Gillman, N. Goten, D. 
Hannan, J. Hazan, K. Hein, M. Holnback, L. Hornet, P. Jameson, D. Jones, L. Kahan, J. Lazabnile, S. Levvetts, J. Libetman, B. Matmer, M. 
Mathes, K. Millet, J. Mills, L. Newman, P. Paley, S. Raynot, J. Renquist, D. Rose, H. Rosen, N. Rubin, L. Schuman, L. Schwartz, B. Shapiro, 
S. Shapiro, D. Shore, S. Smith, J. Srete, C. Stein, I. Stool, N. Sweet, M. Switzsky, S. Tipp, B. Weinet, L. Wittenberg, B. Wolcott, E. Zweibel. 




DRILL TEAM 

The drill team, which marched at nearly every football 
game the first semester, consisted of sixty-eight girls. 
The members were selected the previous May and were 
chosen on the basis of coordination, rhythm, and the 
ability to follow directions. Led by the head of the drill 
team, Patty Feichtmeir, the girls presented several new 
and original numbers. Among them were a special jazz 
march and an umbrella routine. The school flag girls 
marched along with the drill team at each game and 
then went on with their performance. This year's team 
was sponsored by Mrs. Dixie Lee Zovak, who tirelessly 
gave of her time and patience to make this year's group 
the best ever. 







Miss Dixie Lee Zovak, sponsor. 



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Miss Strandwall watches 
demonstrates a dance pose. 



President Bonnie Bloomfield 




Girls participate! 



TERPSICHOREANS 

Terpsichoreans is the name of the G.A. A. -sponsored dance 
group at Beverly. In order to become a member, a girl must 
have a special interest and talent for modern dancing. Be- 
ginning their activities during the second semester, Terp- 
sies spent most of the time in preparation for their main 
activity, a dance assembly. This successful program was 
presented on May 7, and the theme was "Cities of the 
United States." Sponsored by Miss Mari-Ann Strandwall, 
the Terpsies presented a group of dances in the Music 
Department's Spring Concert. The group's president was 
Bonnie Boomfied, who was assisted by Patti Kaufman as 
vice-president. Mary Corey served as the G.A.A. repre- 
sentative. 





TERPSICHOREANS: Row 1: J. Akridge, J. 
B. Pfaelzer, L. Newman, N. Sweet, S. Tipp, S. 
B. Wolcott, P. Camras, M. Switzky, P. Taub. 



Lindheim, P. Freeman, P. Davis, M. Borne, S. Ely, B. Albaum, P. Freeze. Row 2: 
Loeb, P. Kaufman, S. Frank. Row 3 : F. Karz, L. Schoen, B. Bloomfield, V. Laszlo, 




Iii various athletic teams . 




SWIM TEAM: Row 1: 
V. Bard, S. Wittenberg. 
Briggs. 



M. Blatt, K. Orloff, S. DeLange, B. Sieling. Row 2: C. Fine, C. Justin, 
Row 3: B. Holman (sponsor;, M. Morse, B. Berney, L. Wiener, D. 



Miss Barbara Holman, sponsor 



SWIM TEAM 

The Beverly Swim Team consists of twenty girls who were 
chosen last year in April on the basis of swimming form 
and speed. It is primarily a Sophomore, Junior, and Senior 
team; however, if a Freshman possesses great swimming 
ability, she may be accepted as a member. The highlight 
of this season was an invitational swim meet, held here, 
during which Beverly hosted four other high schools: 
Mornmgside, Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Marymount. 
Led by Captain Margie Morse, the girls were victorious at 
every meet in which they swam this year. They won nearly 
every time by a tremendous margin. Miss Barbara Holman 
served as the sponsor of the Swim Team. 





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TENNIS TEAM: Row 1: I. Steinfeldt, D. Sussman, J. Kreiger, M. Blatt, C. Colman, J. Gray, D. Girdwoyn, J. Stein, W. Wilton. 
Row 2: S. Alschuler, J. Yurman, D. Ephron, J. Herwit, C. Greene, J. Gordon, P. Newmark, V. Berck, N. Nathan, B. Holman 
( sponsor) . 

Tennis Femmes capture victories 



Captain Nancy Nathan; Miss Barbara Holman, sponsor; and 
Co-captain Wendy Wilson. 





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TENNIS TEAM 

Early in January, the girls who had gone out for the tennis ladder 
held a progressive dinner which ended at the home of Nancy 
Nathan, tennis team captain. Here the spring semester team 
members were announced. The girls were selected for outstand- 
ing tennis ability, good sportsmanship, and knowledge of the 
game. During the season the team members played matches 
against several other high schools and once again kept up the 
winning record set by previous Beverly tennis teams. The high- 
light of the season was an invitational tournament in which 
Beverly's girls were host to all the high schools they had played 
against. A round robin tournament was featured and the event 
ended with a lunch for the players. Wendy Wilson was co-cap- 
tain, and Miss Barbara Holman served as the sponsor. 



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In order to qualify for membership in G.A.A. a girl must have maintained either an 
"A" or "B" average in physical education and have either participated in nvo after 
school sports or have been active in one sport and given ten service hours. The sports 
offered were volleyball, basketball, swimming, tennis, Softball, and hockey-speed-a-way. 
The participation in these sports not only furthered the practice of good sportsmanship 
but provided fun and increased athletic skills. 




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KNIGHTS 

The Knights, upper division honor organization for boys, 
selects its members for their service, leadership, and char- 
acter. Qualifications for the organization are a grade average 
of not less than 1.5, teacher recommendations, and approval 
of Boys' Dean and club members. The Knights are always 
ready to render such services to the school as raising the flag, 
patrolling the lunch lines, conducting noon time study hall, 
and operating the parking lot on special occasions. One of the 
best social events of the year was the Knights' Annual Orchid 
Ball; this year it was held at the Ambassador Hotel in the 
Boulevard Room. The Knights closed their activities for the 
year with a Father and Son Banquet. At that time the fathers 
were honored, and recognition was given to the two Knights 
who had best served the school and the club. The Knights 
organization is under the sponsorship of Mr. Adrian Bal. 



The Knights raise the flag. 




John Beck 
Steve Bisgeier 
Jim Conti 
Mark Egerman 
Randy Even 



Bruce Flushman 
Alan Frankenstein 
Alan Friedman 
Henry Friedman 
Keith Gillen 



Barry Goldberg 
John Golding 
Ken Goldman 
Richard Grossman 
Bill Halprin 



Spencer Kagan 
Steve Kern 
Jan Kohler 
Luis Lainer 
Aaron Liebowitz 



iwarded to the deserving . . • . 



Steve Lippman 
Ken Meyer 
Dave Mohs 
Jim Muff 
Lew Nashner 



Ron Neiman, president 
Pete Olson 
Roger Rhoads 
Roy Rogosin 
Mike Saphier 



Don Schwartz 
Stuart Star 
Rick Sylvester 
Gary Tearston 
Pete Topitsch 



Eric Valentine 
Bob Wald 
Bob Watson 
Jerry Weinstein 
Paul Zeltzer 




CAMERA SHY 

Louie Rapoport 

Cliff Young 

Dave Bennett, president 




Mr. Adrian Bal, sponsor 




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Outstanding Normans recognized 




Andy Auster 
Ginny Barrett 
Sue Berk 
Doris Briggs 
Annette Cammer 



Cathy Colman 
Marilyn Ellman 
Lynn Fenberg 
Barbara Finkel 
Bonnie Franklin 



Gloria Goldstein 
Reba Groman 
Nancy Hirsch 
Sue Hoodenpyle 
Louise Horwitz 





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Miss Alida Parker, sponsor 



Mrs. Theresia Cunningham, sponsor 



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ALPHAS 

An honor much sought after by upper-grade Beverly girls is 
induction into Alphas. Qualifications for membership are 
scholarship, service, and citizenship. The Alphas devoted their 
services to supervising noon study hall and selling "Alpha 
suckers" to raise money for charities. The girls also presented 
well-organized and beneficial panels to inform Beverly girls 
on manners, morals, and proper dress for high school. This 
year the honor society sponsored the successful "Old Fashioned 
Christmas" formal dance held in the Student Lounge. In carry- 
ing out other activities the girls played hostesses at their 
father-daughter banquet, and honored their mothers at a tea. 
Sponsors of the group this year were Miss Alida Parker and 
Mrs. Theresia Cunningham. 




Nancy Nathan and Reggie Markell inspect the tree planted by 
the Alphas in 1947 to beautify the campus. 



Harley Jackson 
Francis Karz 
Gail Kinney 
Kay Liberman 



Reggie Markell 
Patty Meisel 
Lynn Miller 
Peggy Millman 



Nancy Nathan 
Pam Newmark 
Linda Nutnberg 
Bobbie Orhng 



Vivian Schirn 
Randy Shafton 
Phyllis Taub 
Karen Yadley 

CAMERA SHY 

Sheila Bennett 
Marilyn Fidler 
Joyce Winslow 





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Squires John Brody, Gary Elster, and Les Harrison lower the flag at 3:10. 



SQUIRES 

Freshmen and Sophomore boys are eligible for mem- 
bership in the lower grade honor society called 
Squires. The purpose of the club is to promote sports- 
manship, service to the school, and scholarship. The 
Squires lowered the flag at the completion of each 
school day and also performed their traditional duties 
of supervising the halls during noon time and selling 
cokes at athletic events. Two of their other activities 
were the supervision of the malt machine and the 
supervision of the parking lot for Baccalaureate and 
graduation. The Squires held their annual Squire 
Dance in November. Qualifications for membership 
in the honor organization are a grade average of not 
less than 1.5, several teacher recommendations, and 
the approval of the Boys' Dean and club members. 
This years sponsor was Mr. Walt Puffer. 



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SQUIRES: Row 1: J. Carter, R. Bloom, G. Elster, D. Freeman, L. Harrison, J. Markell, B, Appel, G. Sarnat. Row 2: R. Borin, R. Rhoads, P. 
Berk, J. Banowit, J. Kaswick, H. Kock, J. Lindheim, R. Parker, L. Orren, R. Parker, R. Holz, J. Brody. Row 3: L. Hart (sponsor), D. Ansen, 
M. Greenwold, J. Abraham, R. Bassett, M. Jefferys, R. Rosen, D. Gross, R. Allenstein, R. Ulrich, E. Armitage, W. Puffer (sponsor). Row 4: 
J. Miller, V. Boserup, R. Reinis, J. McNiel, B. Barton, J. Goodman, L. Calof, S. Gunsberg, R. Freman. 



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ADELPHIANS: Row 1: J. Rosenthal, J. Stete, L. Bass, P. Paley, T. Fenberg, R. Albert, J. Gelfand, B. Marmer, R. Goldstein, J. Liberman. 
Row 2: A. Abatbanel, N. Goren, J. Mills, A. Levant, L. Schwartz, M. Felmus, L. Newman, P. Jameson, B. Weiner, J. Briskin, M. Blatt, C 
Newman. Row 3: L. Goldman (sponsor), W. Wilson, M. Epstein, S. Smith, C. Goten, G. Gillman, E. Asher, S. DeLange, V. Rothberg, S. 
Howell, A. Leipziger, F. Davies, L. Behrstock, B. Sieling, S. Seinfeld, D. Ephron. 



Set an example of good leadership 



Adelphians assist in the attendance office. 



ADELPHIANS 

Adelphians is the honor organization for Freshmen 
and Sophomore girls. The purpose of the organiza- 
tion is to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to 
set a good example of honesty in the classroom, and 
to support school functions and drives wholeheart- 
edly. The qualifications for membership consist of 
many different requirements; a student must have a 
grade average of 1.5, must receive good ratings in 
various activities, have evident desire to serve Bev- 
erly, a good character, and at least two teacher rec- 
ommendations. The main activity this year was 
helping the Red Cross. They also assisted the cafe- 
teria council, keeping order in the cafeteria at noon, 
put on their annual dance, and had a farewell lunch- 
eon in February for out-going Adelphians. The spon- 
sor of the organization was Miss Lynn Goldman, 
who constantly offered her guidance in making this 
a very rewarding year. 




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LEKTOS 

The Lektos is the Beverly Hills High School honor organiza- 
tion for students who have achieved the greatest success in 
one particular field at Beverly. Membership in Lektos is much 
sought after and appreciated because only one student out of 
200 enrolled in a department may be chosen. The criterion 
for membership is scholastic achievement, and the main pur- 
pose of Lektos is to promote scholarship and individual effort. 
This is one of Beverly's oldest clubs. Miss Frances Hurd origi- 
nated the idea in 1935, and Miss Frances Griffin named the 
club Lektos, after the Greek word meaning the "chosen one." 
Faculty sponsor of this year's Lektos was Anna W. Steere. 




LEKTOS: Row 1: M. Morse, H. Siding, S. Berk. Row 2: 
R. Rhoads, N. Nathan, P. Feichtmeir, M. Fay. 




LEKTOS: L. White, K. Gillen, E. Tufte, K. Gillen, 
K. Goldman. 



LEKTOS: Row 1: J. Lansing, B. Hockler, G. Gold- 
stein, V. Schirn, F. Rabwin. Row 2: J. Jacobson, 
J. Krieger, S. Zebrack, J. Jaffe, L. Levant, A. Cohn, 
B. Roth. 




C.S.F. 

Beverly's highest scholastic group is the 
(.aliform;! Scholarship Federation, which is 
Chapter 185 out of 200 high schools. The 
organization gives recognition for outstand- 
ing academic achievement. With "Scholar- 
ship tor Service" as their motto, the Cali- 
fornia Scholastic Federation chooses its 
membership on the basis of three As and 
one B as the minimum requirement. Appli- 
cations for membership are filed at the be- 
ginning of every new semester. Seniors who 
were members for six semesters were eligible 
for the Sealbearer award, and those who 
were members for four semesters were m 
line for Torchbearer award. The club's 
mam activity is providing student tutors for 
other students who need help in a subject. 
C.S.F. is sponsored by Mrs. Phyllis B. in inc. 



C.S.F. /coir 1 : J. Briskin, R. Albert, J. Gelfand, C. Colman, K. Teitleman, M. 
Legrer, R. Goldstein, S. King. Rotr 2: J. Fogel, D. London, H. Rose, D. Glass, 
B. Rowen, B. Vanda, J. Kaswick, J. Lindheim. Row 3: E. Asher, P. Jameson, J. 
Srere, M. Felmus, S. Hoodenpyle, E. Landrc, R. Frankenstein, R. Snyder. 



C.S.F. Row 1: G. Hubbard, V. Bard, G. Gillman, 
C. Goren, S. Suttan, A. Levant, L. Wittenberg. 
Row 2: K. Gillen, R. Bassett, J. Goodman, M. 
Jeffrey, E. Valentine, G. Tearston, B. Watson. 
Row 3: K. Frankel, T. llfeld, G. Kinney, K. Yad- 
ley, M. Epstein, D. Briggs. 



C.S.F. Row 1 : G. Goldstein, B. Orling, B. Pfaelzer 
M. Corey, A. Alberts, A. Cammer, A. Abarbanel, J 
Rosenthal, A. Auster. Roif 2: L. Lainer, S. Rabens 
T. Mast, B. Goldberg, L. White, M. Saphier, B 
Slipock, S. Baron. Row 3 : L. Levant, N. Goren 
S. Howell, A. Leipziger, D. Girdwoyn, V. Schirn 
L. Fenberg, P. Taub. Row 4: L. Engleberg, B 
Gubin, N. Blank, L. Goodman, R. Rogosin, K 
Gillen, A. Cohen, R. Fine. 




Interest stimulated in science 



ALCHEMISTS: Row 1: T. Mast, R. Fine, M. Schwartz, S. Marnier, L. White, K. Guillen, 
P. Zeltzer, K. Goldman. Row 2: D. Bennett, S. Schwartz, B. Brenner, K. Frankel, D. 
Schwartz, K. Guillen, R. McDonagh. 




ALCHEMISTS 

Scholarship and interest in science are 
the bases on which Alchemists are chosen. 
This organization seeks to carry on more 
advanced chemical and physical research 
than is done in the classroom. Its aim is 
to foster and develop an interest in sci- 
ence and to keep up with the latest 
scientific developments. The club meet- 
ings were held twice a month and re- 
ports on scientific topics were given by 
the new members. The sponsors of this 
honorary science club are Mr. Larry 
Lynch and Mr. George Egan. 



MESONS: Row 1: B. Hays, S. Howell, G. Gillman, R. Krell, M. Rockfotd, R. Krell. 
Row 2: H. Lichterman, B. Joffe, S. Baron, J. Kaswick, L. Orren, J. Abraham, B. Vanda. 
Row 3: B. King, B. Kogan. P. Feldman, J. Hyde. R. Bassett, M. Jeffery, N. Blank, A. 
Bal ( sponsor ) . 




MESONS 

The lower division science organization, 
Mesons, meets twice a month. The stu- 
dents must achieve an A average in their 
science studies in order to be eligible for 
membership. Mr. Adrian Bal, sponsor of 
Mesons, conducts and presides over the 
meetings. The purpose of the organiza- 
tion is to further and increase the knowl- 
edge of its members and to stimulate 
those students interested in science. The 
purpose is accomplished by group par- 
ticipation in various projects, by lectures, 
and by field trips to different places of 
interest. 



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MEDICAL CLUB 
The Medical Club, a m v. organization 
which was formed last year, admits Soph- 
omores, Juniors, and Seniors lor mem- 
bership. One year of science is the basK 
requirement. The purpose of the club is 
to promote interest in the medical pro- 
fession. At their meetings, held at noon 
on Fridays, the club members were enter- 
tained and informed by movies, lectures, 
and student reports on medicine. There- 
were many field trips to places of inter- 
est such as the UCLA Medical Center 
and Bio-Science Laboratory and the SC 
Dental School. In March the members 
observed Health Week, which they pub- 
licized by posters. Mrs. Ingrid Markul 
and Mrs. Edith McKeon served as the 
sponsors. 



MEDICAL CLUB: 
T. Freiberg. Ron 
(sponsor ) . 



Rvtt 1 : J. Dobrer, S. Goodman, S. Howell, S. Segalove, S. Steinfeld, 
2: R. McDonagh, E. Ross, M. Fisher, P. Zeltzer, B. Baxter, E. Mckeon 



Useful knowledge attained . . . . 



MATH CLUB: Ron 1: M. Jack, M. Cohen, S. Birnbaum. B. Rowen. D. Glass. Ron 
D. Briggs, L. White, S. Dautoff, S. Benoff, D. Mill, H. Clarke (sponsor). 




MATH CLUB 

The Math Club is an organization for 
Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors who are 
interested in the subject of mathematics. 
The events at the meetings involve dis- 
cussions by off-campus speakers, plans 
for future field trips, and mathematical 
games called Mex, Nim, and 3-D tic-tac- 
toe. Another activity of the club is par- 
ticipation in the Occidental College Math 
Field Day, which is an annual event held 
in March. One of the many aims of the 
Math Club is to encourage math students 
to become more interested in this field. 
The sponsor of the organization is Mr. 
Henry Clarke. 




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Club members gain experience . . . . 



A.U.A.: Ro:i 1: J. Yurman, W. Nelson. J. Gray, F. Karz. D. Lamfrom. R. Benoff. Row 
2: Mrs. Viau, sponsor, A. Rosenwald, L. Ziff, P. Paul, W. Gubin, S. Silbert, L. Robert, 
sponsor. 






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A.U.A. 

A.U.A., which, means Art Understanding 
and Appreciation, is an honorary organi- 
zation at Beverly, whose purpose is to 
foster a better comprehension of fine 
arts and to promote a clear understanding 
of art. This organization is limited to 20 
students elected from the Sophomore, 
Junior, and Senior classes. Students who 
maintain a B average in their art courses 
are eligible for membership. Clever post- 
ers seen on campus and attractive show- 
cases in the halls were the work of this 
group. One of their activities was the an- 
nual sale of Christmas tags and seals, 
which they designed and made them- 
selves; the proceeds went to charity. In 
the spring of the year A.U.A. assisted in 
the annual Departmental Art Exhibit as 
hosts and hostesses. Under the sponsor- 
ship of Mrs. Lucille Robert, the group 
enjoyed many interesting and beneficial 
field trips. 



MUSIC MAKERS: Row 1: J. Carter, B. Kehr, B. Kale, I. Nepus, B. Vanda, M. Dicker. 
Row 2: J. Natoway, C. Melnick, D. Frankel, S. Greenfield, M. McDonald, J. Briskin, J. 
Sloan, S. King. Row 3: K. Kelly, M. Silberr, E. Landre, P. Gordon, S. Sultan, N. Greveld- 
ing, G. Browne, K. Ramsey. Row 4: A. Amerson, M. Weiss, L. Samenow, K. Bloom, 
P. Feldman, D. Champness, N. Blank, S. Calof. 




MUSIC MAKERS 

The purpose of the Musical Club is to 
further the interest of music for the stu- 
dents at Beverly. Membership in the club 
is open to Normans who are enrolled in 
a music class and are able to maintain a 
"B" average in that class. The talented 
club members performed for each other 
at various times during the year, gaining 
valuable experience and stage presence 
when they entertained. Sponsored by 
Mrs. Leah Moore, the organization held 
an enjoyable banquet at the end of the 
year. 



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THESPIANS 

The Thespians of Beverly Hills High School are part of 
the National Thespian Society. Those students who have 
excelled in some phase of drama are honored by member- 
ship in the group. Applicants for membership in Thes- 
pians musr have devoted one hundred hours to theater 
work. Besides sponsoring various dramatic activities at 
Beverly this club produced several one and three-act plays. 
The outstanding feature of the Spring semester is the 
club's presentation of a one-act play at the Pasadena Play- 
house. The club's sponsor, Mr. Ward Lester, expertly 
guided the group. 



THESPIANS: Row 1: B. Franklin, E. Asher, Row 2: C. Rob- 
erts, W. Buckner, J. Jordan. Row 3: R. Rogosin, W. Lester 
(sponsor), J. Jacobson. 

in working together 




INTERNATIONAL STATESMEN: Row I: N. Pollack. V. Hyatt, J. Corday, I. Goliger, 
M. Blatt. Rou 1 2: P. Schreibman, N. Davis, P. Gordon, W. Nelson, J. Gates, J. Hart, 
A. Anker. Row 3: N. Dubin, W. Quandt (sponsor). L. Kwok, B. Pad way. A. Jam- 
polis, B. Schulman, J. Gilford, G. Herts. 



INTERNATIONAL STATESMEN 

"Peace on Earth" is the well-known 
motto of the club at Beverly which is 
known as International Statesmen. This 
organization is open to all students who 
are interested in promoting international 
friendship and peace. The main func- 
tions of the International Statesmen is 
helping to sponsor the American Field 
Service program and the American Essay 
Contest. The club invited speakers to 
talk on foreign countries. Any student 
who wished to attend was invited. The 
highlights of this year's activities were 
a reception for the foreign-born students 
in December, and the "International In- 
terlude" held at the Roxbury Park Rec- 
reation Center. Mr. William Quandt 
served as the club's sponsor. 




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CAMERA CLUB: Row 1: P. Friedman, D. Molner, F. Laszlo, B. Vanda, S. Birnbaum. 
Ron 2: H. Hirschensohn, P. Feldman, H. Rosene, D. Bennett. Row 3: L. Mayers, R. 
Swarthe, K. Zuckerman, M. Weiss, H. Clarke (sponsor). 







CAMERA CLUB 

One of the many organizations at Bever- 
ly is the Camera Club. The purpose of 
this club is to provide the opportunity 
for members to improve their apprecia- 
tion of the art of photography by learn- 
ing about developing and printing films 
and the techniques of picture taking. 
Any student interested in this field is 
eligible to join. The types of programs 
planned for the meetings included mo- 
tion pictures, outside guest speakers, 
panel discussions, and slide films. The 
Camera Club sponsored an annual photo 
contest for the members of. the club and 
an interesting trip during the year. The 
sponsor of the club was Mr. Henry 
Clarke. 



THIRTY CLUB 

"30" Club is the organization that pub- 
lishes the "Limelights," the mimeograph- 
ed newspaper printed primarily for the 
benefit of lower classmen. Sponsored 
by Mr. Raynold Johnson, the club did 
the writing, editing, make-up, and sten- 
cilcutting of this publication. These jobs 
gave the students practical training and 
developed interest in the field of jour- 
nalism. The "30" Club met once a week 
and in these meetings the members 
planned the following edition and re- 
ceived assignments. 



"30" CLUB: Row 1: P. Paley, E. Bass, N. Weinstein, N. Davis, E. Martin. Row 2: M. 
Snapp, R. Benoff, B. Marmer, J. Gerfand, M. Blatt, S. Weller. Row 3: J. Bobrow, M. 
Rasumoff, E. Asher, J. Hay, A. Jampolis, S. Lichterman. 



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BIBLIONS: Roic 1: L. Burmester (sponsor), A. Rosenwald, H. Gottfreid, P. Paul, S. Silbert, J. Gordon, D. Brig.es, R. Amado, B. Bassett, 
M. Greenwold, K. Yadley, G. Kinney, J. Goodman. Row 2: B. Rowen, J. Hart, S. Howell, A. Leipziger, D. Ephron, A. Abarbanel, S, De 
Lange, F. Plotkin, V, Wilding, H. Gutstein, M. Corey, B. Orling. Roir 3: B. Marmer, E. Landre, J. Silverglade, M. Reynolds, C. Colman, 
G. Pine, S. Zeidman, A. Auster, M. Blatt. 



BIBLIONS 

Biblions is an honor organization whose members render service to the school through library work. Their duties are to shelve 
returned books, work at the circulation desk, find issues of magazines requested by students, and perform other duties as re- 
quested by the librarian. Members are selected on the basis of citizenship, scholorship, and leadership from a list made up of 
volunteers. As a club, Biblions have regular meetings, sponsor such activities as contests open to all students, and enjoy occa- 
sional social events and field trips. The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Lois Burmester, school librarian. 



QUILL AND SCROLL 

Filled with the burning desire to write, 
the enthusiastic members of the Beverly 
Hills High School Quill and Scroll par- 
ticipated in many journalistic activities 
this year. This organization is part of 
the National High School Journalistic 
Honor Society. Members are chosen 
from the outstanding journalists on the 
Highlights staff. The qualification for 
Quill and Scroll membership is that the 
student must have written a minimum 
of five hundted inches of printed ma- 
terial. Some of the club's activities were 
sponsoring school-wide essay contests and 
taking complete charge of writing the 
BHHS Annual Basketball Tournament 
Program. Mr. Raynolds Johnson served 
as sponsor. 




QUILL AND SCROLL: Ron I. M. Rayssor, J 
Levant, D. Siegel, M. Ellman, G. Goldstein. 



Winslow, Ron 2; E. Gilbert, L. 



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FRENCH CLUB: Row 1: F. Plotkin, M. Sherman, S. Zeidman, D. Gerry, J. Hart, P. 

Handler. Row 2: R. Rosenshine, T. Hillman, T. Hillman, S. Newman, J. Zigman, J. 

Parkenson, F. LeDuc. Row 3: S. Jacquard, A. Luna, P. Flaster, D. Lee, K. Kramer, C. 
Gorden, M. Rasumoff. 





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L'ESPRIT DE FRANCE 

This year both the upper and lower divi- 
sion French Clubs joined into one to form 
L'Esprit de France. The purpose of this 
organization is to provide a French atmos- 
phere in language and activities to those 
students who are interested. The club is 
open to any Norman taking French in 
school. Sponsored by Miss Gloria Car- 
tozian, the meetings were held at lunch 
time during which all conversation was in 
French. Movies and French songs were 
planned for these meetings, and one of 
the main events of the year was a puppet 
show, held in the Student Lounge and 
sponsored by the club. Members assisted 
in the Christmas Party proceedings at the 
Centre Francais, which is a French Center 
downtown supported by many French 
families. For a few hours the students 
mingled and talked to French-speaking 
children and adults. The club also sent 
Care packages of clothing to French fami- 
lies. 



FRENCH CLUB: Row 1: J. Carter, S. Wiseman, A. Corenson, J. Orienter, J. Srere, P. 
Green, K. Bonds, L. Shlaes, R. Koppel. Row 2: D. Gross, P. Freeze, R. Alberts, S. Green- 
field, M. Nurnberg, J. Berns, P. Friedman, D. Wright, J. Schwartz. Row 3: D. London, 
M. Reynolds, J. Singer, J. Hessler, L. Schumann, I. Stc-infeldt, M. Silbert, P. Tyre, P. Gor- 
don. Row 4: B. Unger, B. Cole, L. Title, M. Snapp, J. Kaswick, N. Wiener, T. Ilfield, 
156 S. Chandler. 




S. P. Q. R. 
The Senatus Populus Que Romanus, known as the Latin 
Club, is open to anyone who is interested in the Latin 
language. This club gives an opportunity to students 
of Latin to meet twice a month in a group in order 
to gain a more thorough knowledge of Roman life, 
customs, and language; and a better understanding of 
the cultural value of Latin. The club is governed in 
the style of ancient Rome, and at the meetings the 
members take part in discussions, Latin plays, and trips 
to places of interest to the students of classical language. 
In December the group honored a Roman God with 
the Saturnalia Festival. Another outstanding event of 
the year was the Roman Banquet in April. Miss 
Frances Griffin sponsors the organization. 



S.P.Q.R.: Row 1: P. Katz, L. Behrstock, S. Cantor. Row 2: 
M. Goodman, J. Gelfand, B. Marmer, J. Heffron. Roir 3: R. 
Allenstein, J. Loeb, J. Schultz, F. Griffin, (sponsor). Row -y: 
A. Amerson, B. Watson, R. Rogosin, P. Topitsch. 



S.P.Q.R.: Row 1: J. Stein. S. Seinfeld, R. 
Mose, S. Weller, P. Friedman, E. Asher, E. 
Martin. Row 2: S. Freeman, M. Felmus, 
S. Tipp, S. Tipp, A. Quint, J. Sarlom, L. 
Goodman, C. Price. Row 3: D. Moss, L. 
Goodman, D. Champness, N. Blank, J. 
Abraham, D. Harwick, G. Solow, M. Rose. 



S.P.Q.R.: Row 1: J. Caren, R. Hatch, E. 
Newman, T. Fogel, M. Cohen, F. Little, 
B. Perlberg, J. Banowitz. Row 2: J. Lind- 
heim, S. Miller, B. Wolcott, F. Davies, C. 
Lockhart, H. Rosene, G. Gillman, P. Fink, 
B. Gubin. Row 3: B. Pfaelzen, D. Ephron, 
D. Girdwoyn, S. DeLange, I. Atman, V. 
Rothberg, A. Cammer, M. Corey. 





LOS QUIJOTES 

Los Quijotes, sponsored by Mr. John 
Padilla, is open for membership to all 
students taking eleventh and twelfth grade 
Spanish, for the purpose of furthering the 
knowledge of the Spanish language, cus- 
toms, and traditions. During the year, 
the members were entertained at the meet- 
ings by native speakers, dancers, and mu- 
sicians. A main event was the field trip 
to Padua Hills where the students watched 
a performance of professional Spanish 
actors. One of the last activities for Los 
Quijotes was their annual Spanish Ban- 
quet, a very successful event. 



LOS QUIJOTES: Row 1: G. Pine, F. Rojas, C. Melnick, S. Loeb, M. Malin. Row 2: 
B. Fishman, S. Miller, L. Lainer, B. Padway, B. Goldberg, M. Rivas, A. Anker, G. Krawitz. 

LOS ESPANOLITOS 

Los Espanolitos, the lower grade Spanish club, is open to all first and second year Spanish students. The club offers a 
chance to speak classroom Spanish in fun-filled activities and to learn more about Spanish life by means of lectures and 
movies. Some of the club's varied activities which took place during the year were a Christmas party held in the Stu- 
dent Lounge, a discussion of Spanish social customs by Mexican students, and movies and lectures on the art of bull- 
fighting. Miss Lynn Goldman was the sponsor of the club. 

LOS ESPANOLITOS: Rou' 1: J. Oberman, L. Males, T. Fenberg, G. Levy, S. Titlzer, J. Brisken, D. Frankel, G. Fuller, D. Roberts, A. Abar- 
banel, M. Blatr, J. Berns. Row 2: L. Rolapp, E. Zweibel, J. Wald, H. Glazer, J. Carr, B. Mills, V. Scott, D. Klubok, R. Frankenstein. Row 
3: J.Corday, j. Rosenthal, M. Holnback, R. Burke, S. Frank, D. Cobert, E. Kauffman, N. Sweet, L. Cole, N. Grevelding, M. Factor. Row 4: 
M. Goodman (sponsor), S. Miller, J. Zermun, C. Lockie, R. Schwartz, A. Dive, J. Zimmelman, V. James, S. Samuels, M. Epstein, M. Rossen, 

M. Robinson. 





GERMAN CLUB 
Dlt Deutsche Verc-in is the German Club 

at Beverly. Students who are taking 
courses in German and are interested in 
the language may join the organ:. 
This club gives an opportunity for stu- 
dents to practice the German language. 
In learning more about Germany and her 
customs, members of Der Deutsche Verein 
were fortunate in having talks and slides 
portraying the costumes and the v. 
life of the German people. The noon 
meetings that were held during the year 
were conducted in German. The person 
responsible for this successful year was 
Mr. James Knauc-r, sponsor. 



GERMAN CLUB: Row 1: J. Knauer (sponsor), J. Schuman, A. Linden, B. Slipock. 
Row 2: P. Topitsch, L. Nashner, M. Jeffery, P. Rosenwald, M. Scott, B. Kogan. 




CHESS CLUB: Row 1: R. Kehr, H. Hnschensohn, S. Baron, G. Lewbel. Row 2: M. 
Factor, H. Lichterman, L. Toberoff, B. Cole, K. Kalcheim. Rou 3: E. Elliot (Sponsor;, 
J. Schwartz, S. Berkowitz, S. Chandler, D. Cytron, J. Fleisher, S. Jacquard (sponsor;. 



CHESS CLUB 

At Beverly, interested students participate 
in Chess Club, a club sponsored by Mr. 
Edward Elliot. The purpose of this or- 
ganization is to promote interest in one 
of the oldest games — chess — and to de- 
velop friendships with students of other 
schools through interscholastic competi- 
tion. The club met four days a week for 
informal play and instruction. Members 
of the club entered tournaments at Fair- 
fax and Westchester high schools and 
formed an eight man team to compete for 
the Southern California High School Chess 
League. This year the participants learned 
a great deal about the complicated game. 




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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Girls interested in homemaking are mem- 
bers of the Home Economics Club, an 
organization sponsored by Mrs. Corinne 
Pyle. The purpose of the club is to pro- 
vide its members with an excellent train- 
ing for a future in homemaking. Services 
to the school such as apple and candy 
sales, are conducted several times during 
the year. Some other club activities are 
sending packages and letters to families 
of other countries, as well as having social 
affairs such as dinners, punch parties, and 
teas. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: Row 1: R. Koppel, M. Kassel, S. Bowman, A. Correnson, 
P. Kaatz, B. Mills. Row 2: B. Albaum, J. Jaffe, J. Zerman, L. Scheme, B. Padway, J. 
Hart, J. Lansing. Row 3: J. Hessler, J. Mills, M. Rasumoff, K. Ramsey, W. Wilson, K. 
Morris, M. Herzikoff. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION: Row 1: C. Fogel, B. Evans, J. Fisher, J. Fenster, L. Haimoff, 
G. Pine. Row 2: M. Lehrer, S. Rosenberg, R. Levy, D. Goodman, A. Anker, J. Tanzman. 
Row 3: A. Smith, P. Tyre, K. Ramsay, N. Grevelding, J. Moore, M. Holnback. Ron' 4: 
C. Levy, J. Morgan, B. Brown, B. Padway, M. Herzikoff. 





BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB 

The clicking of typewriter keys and the 
hum of various office instruments drew 
many students into the Business Educa- 
tion Club, where they had an opportunity 
to further their commercial interests. Any 
student enrolled in a class in the com- 
mercial department may be a member of 
the club. The Business Education Club's 
aim is to promote a better relationship 
between the club members and the busi- 
ness world of today. Some of the activi- 
ties for the year were field trips, card 
laminations, and co-sponsoring of the Vo- 
cational Guidance Conference, a program 
which helps students in choosing a career. 
The sponsor of the club is Miss Marilyn 
Reynertson. 



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C.E.C.: Ron 1 /: L. Levoy, J. Srere, P. Paley, L. Kimchae, S. Benson, J. Berns, I. Bass, R. Albert, R. Snider. Row 2: B. Padway, A. Jaffe, S. 
Sultan, P. Jameson, J. Natoway, C. Melnick, M. Malin, J. Seigel, J. Hanson. Row 3: S. Tipp, S. Zeidman, B. Plawker, P. White, D. Rabwin. 
T. Hillman, G. Pine," J. Hessler. 



C.E.C.: Ron 1 1: B. Evans, C. Justin, J. Fischer, M. Blatt, J. Lansing, J. Steinfeld, J. Cur- 
tiss. Roir 2: M. Bernstein, P. Fink, M. Rasumoff, L. Oberman, N. Freschi, B. Stone, 
B. Shulgold. Row 3: N. Grevelding, J. Hart, B. Finkel, N. Goren, A. Abarbanel, V. 
Schirn, C. Levy. Roir 4: M. Fox, J. Mills, K. Orloff, I. Altman, M. Mathes, M. Matlin, 
D. Briggs. 




C.E.C. 

The California Education Club is com- 
posed of students who aspire ro become 
teachers. Junior and Senior members of 
the club are given the opportunity to visit 
the four Beverly Hills Elementary Schools 
regularly and assist in teaching the lower 
grade classes. Some of the activities were 
field trips to various schools for blind 
and deaf children, attendance at the Con- 
or Student Teachers held at U.S.C., 
and a few pizza parties. The sponsors of 
this organization are a group of faculty 
members headed by Miss Alida Parker. 



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RADIO CLUB 

Membership in the Radio Club is open 
to all students who are interested in par- 
ticipating in code classes, learning the 
theory of radio broadcasting, and trans- 
mitting radio broadcasts. The Radio Club 
members became active early in the semes- 
ter by operating sound equipment at ath- 
letic events and dances. Sponsored by 
Mr. Salvatore Occhipinti, the members of 
the club used the radio station KGGLE 
which provides a vital civil defense link 
in case of an emergency. 




RADIO CLUB: Row 1: R. Baxter, P. Miller, J. Pawlan, T. Hyde, R. Snipper. Row 2: 
J. Van Hyning, A. Roberts, A. Melnick, J. Krasne, R. Amado. 



NORMAN SHIELD: Row 1: R. Even, E. Ross, S. Soloman, J. Lourie, L. Kofsky. Row 
2: R. Amado, T. DeBardas, R. Moss, R. Sylvester, S. Benoff, W. Apple. Row 3: H. 
Friedman, W. Flaxman, K. Frankel, M. Fine, S. McComas. Row -f: J. McNeil, R. Ziman, 
W. Smith, T. Vandenberg, R. Warren, P. Topitsch. 





NORMAN SHIELD 

Norman Shield is the boys' lettermen club 
at Beverly High. Membership is open to 
all boys who have lettered in a sport; and 
have earned twenty letter points. In ad- 
dition, twenty service points are required 
for a boy to earn a Shield. Service points 
were attained by selling cokes, officiating 
at games, and housing visiting team mem- 
bers at Beverly's annual Invitational Bas- 
ketball Tournament, swim meets, and 
track meets. Points were also earned by 
posting scores at various games and by 
active participation in the campaign for 
campus clean-up. This organization is 
sponsored by Mr. Joe Sabol. 



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NORMAN NEWSREEL 

The Norman Newsreel, sponsored by the Boy's 
League, is a 16 mm. color movie record of all 
events at Beverly. It is shown once each semester 
and averages thirty minutes in length. This 
year's Norman Newsreel Committee strove for 
vast improvements in quality and made many 
innovations, their efforts resulting in Beverly's 
best Newsreel. Among these improvements were 
an epilogue culled from 1940-1942 Newsreels; 
the addition of synchronized, on-the-spot sound; 
the use of two cameras; experimentation with 
new types of film; and the inclusion of cleverly 
animated titles. At right Mr. William Brinegar, 
sponsor, and Robert Swarthe, chairman of the 
Committee, inspect the school camera. 



Ken Zuckerman, co-chairman, and Richard Bohn, 
general assistant, are shown editing the film, 
making use of efficient professional equipment. 
Close co-operation between the versatile com- 
mittee members contributed greatly to the suc- 
cess of the Newsreel, as did the hard work, 
thought, and care given it by the Committee co- 
chairmen, Robert and Ken. 



Gary Sultan, sound engineer (on right), demon- 
strates the use of the Committee's portable tape 
recorder to Dan Cytron, general assistant. The 
sound was transferred from this Wollensak re- 
corder to a master tape on a large Concertone 
professional recorder, and thence to the magnetic 
soundttack on the film. Experience led to im- 
provements in fidelity and lessening of sound 
distortion. 




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"THE LOVE OF LEARNING, the sequest. 



Old friendships are revived . and new on 



Sun-tanned Normans returned from vacation pleas- 
ures to start the school year with enthusiasm. A 
dance, held in the Student Lounge, climaxed Hello 
Day activities. At this time the school's friendliest 
couples were announced, and the mystery "helloer" 
was revealed. Refreshments were served, while stu- 
dents danced to the ten top tunes. The Big and 
Little Sister Party provided an opportunity for sen- 
ior, junior, and sophomore girls to introduce their 
little sisters to their friends. Incoming freshmen 
were coached on Beverly's customs and regulations; 
a feeling of spontaneous gaiety prevailed. 



ENID DERSHEWITZ AND DANNY FARK.AS enjoy the friendly 
atmosphere of Hello Day. 




ROY ROGOSIN AND VIVIAN SCHIRN regale Normans 
at "Hello Day" mixer. 

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IT'S I.D. PICTURE TIME AGAIN for Jill Akridge. 



WHILE BIG BROTHERS SHOW THEIR LITTLE BROTHERS 
THE ELEVATOR TO 300, Miss Holman and Betty Pfaelzer 
attend the Big and Little Sister Party. 

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IN THE A.F.S. ASSEMBLY, Jan Kohler, Lillian Kwok, Roy Rogosin, Jamie Miller 
of Hamilton High, and Pete Topitsch relate their experiences in foreign countries. 



THE SQUIRES SPONSOR the Blue Moon 
Ball in the Student Lounge. 




THE GIRLS' LEAGUE celebrates Halloween with the Witches' Wienie Bake 
Roxbury Park. 




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PIONEER LEAGUE SCHOOLS exchange cheers at the G.A.A. playday. 



ALAN FRIEDMAN 'has the whole world in his hands.' 



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NORMANS EXCHANGE SMALL TALK on the front 
lawn at noon. 




Above: MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS socialize at 

the Alpha-Mothers' Tea. 

Below: KAY LIBERMAN serves tea. 








^iewe: JUNIORS COMPETE AGAINST SENIORS in the annual Junior- 
Senior Day relays. Below. GAIL KINNEY starts Seniors rallying to a 
victory of 90-10. 




THE CHILDREN OF ALBION STREET tour the school after singing in 
the Thanksgiving Assembly. 



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Above: EAGER PARENTS QUESTION Mr. Bal about science and 
their children. 

Below: PARENTS GET STOCK MARKET tips from Mr. Glass in 
business principles. 



"AS THE SUN COLORS FLOWERS, so does art color 
life" for the parents of Mrs. Viau's students at Back to 
School Night. 



It's Reading Kiliii> and Ri thine tie for p; 



MR. JOHNSON, JOURNALISM TEACHER, explains the tribulations 
of newspaper life. 



BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT provides education and 
fallen arches for parents journeying to classes. 






PATTY KAUFMAN DEMONSTRATES 
the "Roaring Twenties' " return. 



PAM WESTROPE'S FATHER, FRANKIE ART ANKER AND JACKI TUCH il- 

LAINE, entertains with an impromptu number. lustrate the swim apparel worn when Dad 

was a lad. 



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Parents, equipped with their children's schedules, became acquainted with 
Beverly teachers and the curriculum during Back to School Night. Weary 
mothers and fathers were served refreshments after sixth period. Later in the 
semester, daughters entertained their fathers with a dinner sponsored by the 
G.A.A. Members of the Boys' League Cabinet waited on tables. Entertain- 
ment, carrying out the theme "When Dad was a Lad," featured a 1920 style 
show and various vaudeville acts. 



FAMISHED FATHERS join the cafeteria line. 



PAM WESTROPE, AND PEGGY HIRSCH enter a Charles- 
ton contest with their fathers. 





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WAILING WITH THE BEAT Kevin Kelly is surrounded by Jamie Sloane, 
Tisha Fein, Syma Teitler, Vicki Hoffman, Louise Rolapp, and Karen Kramer. 




MIMI SHERMAN'S GROUP portray typical Beverly students? 





WASHING THE MEN out of their hair are L. Adler, J. Ha 
M. Covey. 




THE ROCKING, SWINGING BAND composed of Freshr 
seats. 



Freshmen and So 



HEADLINERS OF THE Freshman-Sophomore Talent Show. 



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Jrownstein, D. Jones, P. Hirsh, L. Schwartz, J. Rosenfeld, and 



YAHOO! Laurie Behrstock, Stephanie de Lange, Kris Orloff, and Kathy Weiss 
give with a yell as Bobbie Sieling and Judy Mills are trampled. 




BALLERINA Shirley Smith. 




i Sophomores nearly caused the toe tappers to fall out of their 



"KICK ME YOUR MAJESTY', 
demands Gloria Gershman in a 
soliloquy from THE KING AND 
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Lomores entertain Student Body . 



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/V\ISS AND MR. WATCHTOWER, 1960 
Penny Danz and Dave Winter 



Albion Street Christmas Party • • • . 




"WHOA", holler two cowboys to "horses", Wes Smith 
and Julian Marx. 




"TWO LOST SOULS ON THE HIGHWAY OF LIFE" 
find happiness. 

A REWARDING EXPERIENCE for all Normans was 
to see the smiles of children. 





SANTA KEN GOLDMAN listens to Christmas wishes of the students of our 
adopted school, Albion Street. 




NORMANS JOIN IN a Christmas carol. 
JANE MORTON GETS CHUCKLE from a little friend. 






"GET TO THE AIR RAID SHELTER", bellows Steve Mara 



THIS IS DANCING? Gossiping Terspies Mary Corey, Vicki Laszlo, and 
Judy Lindheim. 



Normans caught in the act-- busily work 



YOW! Demon Pete Tomarken doesn't seem to interrupt the studies of 
Bill Halprin, Nancy Nathan, and Louie Rapaport. 



MECHANICAL DRAWING gives Steve Howard and 
Joel Herman a chance to design instruments, usually 
of destruction. 





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Barry Goldberg and Lynn Fenberg invent the Z-bomb. 



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BUSINESS GENIUSES Barry Diller and Cary Goddard figure 
up their allowance for the week. 





"SENIOR DITCH DAY" 

AH! THE DOMESTIC TYPE. Sally Gray and Hank Friedman 
finish up the day's sewing. 







Freshman Princess Dee Dee Lee 










Sophomore Princess Karen Hein 




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Junior Princess Jill Akifid 



Senior Princess Sally Schiller 



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Tournament Queen Patti Kaufman 



Chosen by the student body, Queen Patti Kaufman and her court reigned over 
the I960 Beverly Hills Invitational Basketball Tournament. The girls were pre- 
sented at the opening game and were escorted to their thrones by Senior boys: 
Patti Kaufman by Jon Kohler; Dee Dee Lee by Pete Olson; Karen Hein by Barry 
Dukoff; Jill Akridge by David Winter; and Sally Schiller, by John McGinn. 



We chose a basketball queen 



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We've got each other . . • . 



Roger Rhoads and 
Bonnie Bloomfield 



Susie Berk and 
Dave Mohs 



Dana Jones and 
Alan Friedman 




Suzanne Hoodenpyle 
and Gary Tearston 




Larry Kofsky and 
Janie Rosenfeld 



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Barbara Finkel and 
Roy Rogosin 



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Peggy Millman and 
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Hank Friedman and 
Nan Freschl 






Bonnie Bloomfield 



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Cities of the United States was the 
theme of the assembly presented by the 
Terpsichoreans under the able direction 
of Miss Mari-Ann Strandwall. Nine 
groups of dances were greatly enjoyed 
by the student body. At the close of 
the program, Betty Pfaelzer was pre- 
sented the "Best Terpsie of the Year" 
Award. 




Betty Pfaelzer 






Coach Flanagan in a relaxed mood. 



Mr. Miletich discusses campus clean-up with some of the boys. 



The faculty off - guard 




Mr. Bal and Mr. Lynch enter into 
the spirit of Sports Night. 



Dr. Robinson always has time to listen to the students. 




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Assistant Assistant Cheerlead- 
er Raynolds Johnson. 




Queen Lawrence Lynch with Princesses Jerry Leonard 
and Bob Einstein reign over Sports Night. The 
mighty faculty really trounced the seniors. 





Dr. Robinson misses tackle (or is he running interference for Junior Gerry 
Orton?; as Steve Miletich ( 2 1 J rushes to join in the fray. 




Cheerleader Theresia Cunningham watches approvingly 
as Jose Marin leads the rooting section in a Norman 
Quadruple. 



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Beverly's own musical comedy, THE HOLLYWOOD LEGE! 



One hundred seventy -five Norman* 



THE CAST ... In Order 

Gertrude Toni Howard 

Myrtle Donna Wright 

Tahitian Boy Richard Bohn 

Tahitian Girl Sherry Paskusz 

Iris Carroll Bonnie Franklin 

Tahitian Dancer Betty Pfaelzer 

Tahitian Dancer Bonnie Bloomfield 

Bongo Player Gary Livingston 

Miles Courtney Dave Winter 

Tahitian Dancer Art Polacheck 

Tahitian Dancer Mike Rosenfeld 

Johnathan Blake Mike Lawrence 

Assistant Director Bob Watson 

1st Maid Laura Strickland 

2nd Maid Janet Borde 

3rd Maid Ruth Shepard 

Chauffeur Jim Stein 

Angie Carol Woltag 

Sam MacGregor Warren Buckner 

Irving MacGregor Bob Lavin 

Al MacGregor Jeff Ellis 

Arthur MacGregor Art Borack 

Perc MacGregor Larry Volat 

Douglas MacGregor Rick Freeman 



of their Appearance 

Jose MacGregor Roger Matlin 

Dore MacGregor Dick King 

Darryl MacGregor Les Mayers 

Sol MacGregor Joe Mess 

Alice MacGregor Anita Alberts 

Alice from Dallas Penny Windust 

Lilly from Philly Connie Freed 

Cleo from Rio Suzanne Feher 

Miss Wills from B. H Sally Ross 

Dick Trent Pete Tomarken 

Phillip North Barry Kopp 

Abbie Collins Phyllis Perrin 

Jennie Collins Joanne Jubelier 

Tanya La Rue Gloria Gershman 

Elvira Peabody Connie Freed 

Walter Miller Joel Goodman 

Mrs. Walter Miller Cindy Gold 

Rodney Mansfield Roy Rogosin 

1st Bobby Soxer Sheila Yaker 

2nd Bobby Soxer Nancy Pollack 

3rd Bobby Soxer Kay Klein 

4th Bobby Soxer Randa Haines 

5th Bobby Soxer Jamie Sloan 

6th Bobby Soxer Barbara Finkel 



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Michael O'Brien Bob Watson 

1st Usher Larry Kofsky 

2nd Usher Dick Ziman 

3rd Usher Viggo Boserup 

4th Usher Pete Olson 

Head Doorman Mike Rosenfeld 

Movie Actress Michele Robinson 

Movie Actor Carl Sharpe 

Cowboy Star Bill Gubin 

Child Star Toni Howard 

Tarzan Dave Winter 

Tarzan's mate Carol Greene 

M. C Don MacDonald 

Loretta Lane Slurry Paskusz 

Gloria Sterling Nancy Michelman 

Mr. Gloria Sterling Art Polacheck 

Toni Russell Enid Asher 

Bonnie Penny Windust 

Chuck Pete McCoy 

1st Girl Michele Robinson 

2nd Girl Barbara Frankel 

3rd Girl Roberta Greenspan 

4th Girl Suzanne Feher 

5th Girl Connie Freed 



6th Girl Pamela Greeman 

7th Girl Shirley Smith 

8th Girl Virginia Barrett 

9th Girl Judy Rackin 

10th Girl Laurie Kahan 

1st Boy Bob Watson 

2nd Boy Dave Brown 

3rd Boy Bob Freed 

4th Boy Steve Solomon 

5th Boy Art Polacheck 

6th Boy Alan Light 

7th Boy Don Cook 

8th Boy Allan Cameron 

Beatnik Girl Vivian Schirn 

Linda Stuart Joyce Alexander 

Beatnik Boy Carl Sharpe 

Jim Bcb Kales 

Jill Gay Hubbard 

Night Club Entertainer Jim Stein 

Dancer Ray Sokol 

Dancer Bonnie Bloomfield 

Horace Snitzel Jay Jacobson 



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Bonnie Franklin as Iris Carroll, 
Hollywood's most glamorous star. 



THE HOLLYWOOD LEGEND 
Over 300 Beverly Hills High School students 
participated in the musical production THE 
HOLLYWOOD LEGEND which was presented 
May 20th and 21st in the auditorium. Under 
the expert guidance of Ward Lester, faculty di- 
rector, and Bryant M. Hale who produced and 
staged the extravaganza, the action moved fluidly 
through the 18 scenes filled wirh rhythmic dances, 
catchy tunes, lavish costumes, and elaborate 
settings. George Wright directed the orchestra, 
Glen Case the chorus, and Barbara Holman the 
dancers. Corinne Pyle's homemaking classes de- 
signed and made the costumes and Craig Palmer, 
S'57, arranged the 22 songs. With book, music, 
and lyrics by Mr. Hale, this marked the third time 
this musical comedy has been presented by the 
student body. 

Student Producer Pete McCoy designed the sets 
which were executed by the stage crew and was 
also responsible for the unusual lighting effects. 
Carol Roberts was the student director and Mel 
Fay and Ray Sokol were the stage managers. 
Space does not permit mention of the many 
other students who served on the production staff 
but recognition should be given to Art Borack 
who was responsible for the sophisticated 32 page 
souvenir program. 



Barry Kopp as the actor brought out from 
New York to be Carroll's leading man. 



Mike Lawrence as the director who discovered 
Carroll when she was an unknown. 



Roy Rogosin as the idol of the bobbie 
soxers and Carroll's secret passion. 








The Tahitian dancers strike a south sea island pose during rehearsals. 



A tense moment when the MacGregor clan learns that Carroll has 
run away. 




Hollywood would have described the sets for the show 
as super-colossal. At the left, members of the stage- 
crew construct a portion of the fantastic Tahitian set- 
ting which included a cascading waterfall. A Grau- 
man's Chinese Theater backdrop and a view of the 
lights of Los Angeles from Mulholland Drive were 
other eye catchers. Pete McCoy designed the 12 sets 
for the show. 



Gloria Gershman as the extra who worked 
at Thrifty's in hopes of being discovered. 



Warren Buckner as the producer and a firm be- 
liever in keeping things in the family. 



Pete McCoy, student producer, set designer, 
electrician, and actor. 





Mrs. Florence Thalheimer, President of the School Board, and Mr. Norman 
Fjeldsted, Science Department Head, cut ribbon at the dedication. 




Dr. Joseph Kaplan, Professor of Physics at U.C.L.A. makes the dedication 
address. 



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Mr. Kenneth L. Peters, Superintendent 
of Schools, and Dr. Willard Robinson, 
Principal, are joined by well wishers 
at dedication of Beverly's new science 
building. 




In the Spring the high school awards 
committee of the American Association 
of Physics Teachers rated Beverly as one 
of the top ten science schools in the na- 
tion. The judging was based on the 
school's equipment and plant, profes- 
sional training and competency of staff, 
and scholastic achievement by students. 
As a result of its high ranking, Beverly 
will receive a piece of equipment valued 
from $175 to $300, and a certificate of 
merit from the association. The new 
$437,000 Science Building was dedicated 
on March 7, I960. Guest speaker at 
the ceremony was Dr. Joseph Kaplan, 
Professor of Physics at U.C.L-A. 




Mr. Glen M. Case 




Mrs. Anita Lehman 




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A FINAL WORD 

The first staff assignment for the 1960 Watchtower was to cover the 
groundbreaking ceremony for the new Science Building in the Spring of 
1959- Pictures of the dedication are shown on the opposite page. Feel- 
ing that all Seniors want a visual reminder of the beautiful graduation 
exercises on the front lawn, even if for obvious reasons they can't be their 
own, our newly elected head photographer was perched in the tower last 
June to capture the picture shown above. 

From the very first meetings which began in August, "color" was the 
key work of the staff, and "to recapture a school year" its motto. The 
journalists were soon to learn that the greatest challenge in producing an 
annual was the ever threatening DEADLINE. They had to learn to write 
stones about some events long befote they had even happened. For ex- 
ample, the four pages given to the Spring Musical were composed and 
photographed two months before rehearsals started. We could have writ- 
ten a much more interesting and understanding story about Dr. Robinson 
in April than the Welcoming Salute on page twenty which by necessity 
had to be sent to the publisher in October. 

Shortly before our final deadline we learned of the impending retitement 
of Mr. Glen M. Case and the change of residence of Mrs. Anita Lehman. 
We deeply regret we could not include our salute to these two grand and 
highly respected teachers in the administration section which went to press 
in November. 

Last summer members of the art staff visited the galleries and museums 
in quest of an inspiration. This activity seemed to pay off for the idea 
of serigraphs in color for the division pages was evolved, and our budding 
Picassos were off in a cloud of paint. They journeyed to Immaculate 
Heart to sit at the feet of Sister Mary Corita, recognized nationally as one 
of the great serigraph artists of our time. Surely, the afternoon she dem- 
onstrated her prowess with the ,ilk screen and brush was a memorable one. 
The method by which we imprinted our serigraphs for reproduction by 
the publisher was an idea solely our own and, as far as we know, has 
never been used before. We join you, the reader, as you glance through 
these pages to learn whether our brainstorm was successful. We do know- 
it was time consuming. The Sports Division Page, for example, required 
eleven different screens and impressions. 

To our hardworking photography staff, 1960 will always be the "year 
of the flu" when so many pictures had to be rescheduled because of ab- 
sences. Then there was that heartbreaking day in March when it was 
learned the focal shutter of the camera had slipped, and 10S pictures had 
to be tossed in the waste basket and be taken again: a full week's shoot- 
ing down the drain. This will explain the omission of pictures for the 
Junior-Senior Talent Assembly which unfortunately had occurred that 
tragic week. 

We hope you like the format of our book which is decidedly different 
from that of any previous Watchtower. We hope our lavish color pages 
overwhelm you — and who ever heard of cartoons in four colors? We 
hope you get as many chuckles from our little Norman character and his 
dragon as the staff did. 
Most of all we hope you like the 1960 Watchtower. 

Sue Alschuler, 
Editor 



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INDEX 



-A- 

Aaron, Charles 55, 84 

Abarbancl. Alice -10, 45. S4, S6. 147 

149, 155, 158, 161 

Abraham, Jerry 54, S4, 146, 150, 157 

Abrams, Steven 84, 120, 122 

Ach Mr Ernest 19 

Acheatel, Jack 60, 9S 

Adeiman, Lewis 90 

Adelson, Cathy 60 

AJIam. John 84, 103, 116, 11", 118 

Adler. Elizabeth 84, H2 

Adler. James 90 

Adler, Marc 90 

Agatstein, Nadene 60 

Aidner, Donald 84 

Akridge, Jill 46. 47, 78, 136, 166, 17S 

Albaum, Barbara 90, 136, 160 

Albert. Rae 90, 147, 149, 156, 161 

Alberts, Anita 40, 47, 78, 51, 149 

Aldrich. Helen L 24 

Alexander, Joyce 46, 78, 134 

Allen, Judith 78 

Allenstein, Linda 78, 83, 135 

Allenstem, Roy 84, 146, 157 

Alschuler. Robert 90 

Alschuler, Susan 45, 48, 60, 138 

Alter. Harry M 22 

Airman. Iris 78, 157, 161 

Amado, Ralph 40, 43, 45, 60, 108, 155, 162 

Amass. Sarann 90 

Amerson. Andrew 54, 84, 152, 157 

Anderson. Parricia Ann 24 

Andreadis. Dino 78 

Andrews, Wendy 90 

Angen, Lawrence 78 

Anker, Arthur 40. 43, 45, 78, 153 

158. 160. 171 

Ansen, David 90, 146 

Arisen, Donald 78, 98, 99, 101, 102 

103. 104, 116, 117 

Ansen, Jim 53. 78, 101, 103 

Apaka, Carolyn 60 

Appel, William 84, 98, 108, 130, 146, 162 

Appelbaum. Barbara 90 

Appeibaum, Dennis 78 

Arenson, Laureen 90 

Armitage. Eric 84, 106, 128, 146 

Armstrong, Ann 75 

Arnold, Ralph 24 

Arnow. Susan 60 

Asher, Enid ..52, 54, 84, 147, 149, 153, 154, 157 

Atkinson Clark 75 

Atterbury, Charles 51, 78 

Arwater, James 84 

Atwood, Virginia 34 

Auster. Andrea 78, 144, 149, 155 

-B- 

Babbir, Linda 78 

Bailey. Timothy 84, 123 

Baker, Malcolm 60 

Bal, Adrian 24, 150, 170, 182 

Bale, Charles 84 

Baiter. Gloria 90 

Bankoff, Andrea 84 

Banowit, Joel 84. 146, 157 

Barbas, Sanford 90 

Barcus, Johnna 90 

Bard, Victoria 90, 137, 149 

Barenfeld. Marc 90 

Barenfeld, Michael 60 

Barnai, Suzanne 54, 84 

Baron, Stuart 54, 84, 149, 150, 159 

Barr, Robert 84 

Barrett. Virgina 45, 46, 47, 60, 135, 144 

Bartine, Phyllis 24 

Bartlett, Lee 84 

Barton, Lloyd 46, 84, 103, 123 

Bass, Irene 84. 147, 154, 161 

Basscll, Rh:a 45, 90 

Bassett, Randall 55, 84, 146, 149, 150, 155 

Baum, Mary 52, 60 

Baum, Michael 52, 75 

Baum. Pearl 24 

Baumblatt. Stuart 78 

Baxter. Bob (Robert) 78, 151, 162 

Bay, Vicroria 75 

Bech, John 78, 105, 122, 142 

Beerman, David 90 

Behrstock, Laurie 90, 147, 157, 173 

Bell, Danell 78 

Belsky. Jeffrey 84 

Benaron, Gayle 84 

Benjamin, Muriel 90, 95 

Benjamin, Paula 60 

Bennett, David 60, 106, 107, 125 

127, 143, 150 

Bennett, Don 90, 154 

Bennett, Judi 84 

Bennett, Patrick 90 

Bennett, Robert 60 

Bennett, Sheila 59, 60, 145 

Benoff, Robin 84, 152, 154 

Benoff, Stephen 43, 60. 120, 151, 162 

Benson, Rita 84 

Benson, Susan 90, 161 

Bentley, Gerald Tony 60 

Benton, Valerye 90 

Berck, Victoria 78, 138 

Betens. Nancy — 90 

Berger, Richard 78 



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Bergman, Paul 78 

Berk, Peter 84, U4, 119, 146 

Berk, Sherri 78, 135 

Berk, Susan 39, 40, 46, 60, 144, 14s| 180 

Berkman David 54, 60 

Berkowitz, Steven 84, 159 

Berman, Cynthia 60 

Berman, Judith 60 

Berman. Harriet 90 

Berman. Richard 84 

Berman. Sara 84, 135 

Berman, Susan 84 

Bermond, Jacqueline 40, 45, 55, 60 

Berney, Barbara 84, 137 

Berns, John 90, 156, 1 5s! 160 

Berns, Jane 90 

Bernsrein, Maria 78, 161 

Berryman, Linda 78 

Bess, Joan 90 

Bess, Sally 90 

Best, Gary 78, 123 

Bilicke, Kathleen 84 

Birnbaum, Steven 45, 78, 151, 154 

Bisgeier, Steve 78, 108, 116, 142 

Black, John 84, 103, 104, 115, 123 

Blackman, Mr. Horace 18 

Blank, Nathan 54, 84, 149, 150, 152, 157 

Blatt, Marjorie 84, 134, 137, 138. 147 

153, 154, 155, 158, 161 

Blau, Joel 84 

Bloom. Kenneth 54, 90. 152 

Bloom. Richard 84, 115, 123, 146 

Bloomfield, Barbara 84 

Bloomfield, Bonnie 60, 136, 180, 181 

Blue, Thomas 90 

Blumkin, Donald 60 

Bobrow, Judy 84, 154 

Bohn, Richard 49, 60, 163 

Bond, Joe Ann 84 

Bonds, Caren 90, 156 

Bonds, Carol 90 

Bonds, John 78 

Bookin, Linda 60 

Booth, Pat 84 

Borack, Arthur 40, 48, 49, 60 

Borde, Janet 49, 51, 78 

Borden, Newman, C 25 

Bonn, Richard 103, 114, 146 

Borne, Marsha 54, 90, 136 

Boserup, Viggo 84, 98, 116, 118, 146 

Both well, Raelee 78 

Bowman, Sharon 55, 90, 160 

Boyar, Donna 51, 78 

Boyar, Jeffrey 78 

Boyar, Stephanie 60 

Braff, Judith 55, 60 

Brandt, Walter (Buddy) 78, 116, 118 

Braun, William 90 

Brenner, Robert 52, 60, 76, 130, 150 

Bnggs, Dons 61, 135, 137. 144 

149, 151, 161 

Bright, Ken 84 

Brilliant, Jeffrey 53. 75 

Brilliant. Susan 90 

Bnnegar. William V 25, 163 

Bnskin, Jenlyn 55, 84, 147, 149, 152, 158 

Broder, Richard 54, 85 

Broder, William 78, 85 

Brodney, Rozann 78 

Brodwin. Martin 85 

Brody, John 85, 103, 123, 146 

Brody, Lynn 51, 78 

Brodwin, Martin 85 

Brooks, Lynn 90 

Brotman, Richard 90 

Brown, David 55, 61, 116, 118 

Brown, David A 160 

Brown, Marshall 52, 54, 78 

Brown, William 85 

Browne, Gayle 45, 54, 85, 152 

Brownstein, Judith 55, 85, 172 

Brucker, Alex 85 

BrunCottan, Marie 85 

Bryson, Richard 43, 61 

Buchbinder, Donna 85, 135 

Buckner. Warren 61, 153, 187 

Bueno, Jaime 90, 103, 123 

Bueno, Juan 78, 98, 100, 115, 120 

Burdman, Stephanie 85 

Burger, Eric 85 

Burger, Paul 53, 85 

Burke, Juidth 90 

Burke, Robin 78, 135, 158 

Burmester, Lois 25, 155 

Burns, Robert 78 

Burrus, Edward 35 

Busch, Stephanie 61 

Bushner, Gary 78 

Burchart, Barbara 60 

Byrnes, John 46, 48, 78, 105, 123 

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Cahn, Larry 78 

Calamaro. Ray 85. 123 

Caldwell. Claudia 61 

Calof. Lawrence 52, 54, 85, 116, 146, 152 

Cameron. A 52, 54, 90 

Cammer. Annette 42, 78, 144, 149, 157 

Camras, Patricia 42, 85, 134. 135. 136 

Cannan. David ■ 90 

Cantcllo. James 90 

Cantor, Sheila 157 

Cappas. James 78 



Caren, Jeffrey 90, 157 

Carlin, Arthur 91 120 

Carlin, Martin 78, 105! 123 

Carr, Judy 91, 158 

Carter, Jeffrey 54, 91. 146, 152. 156 

Carrozian. Gloria S 25 

Caruso, Richard 78 

Case, Glen M 25, 189 

Catz, Roberr 79 

Champness, Don 55, 85, 152, 157 

Chandler, Stuarr 85, 156, 159 

Charney Kim 91 

Chass, Barry 91 

Chass, Susan 79 

Chauncey, Linda 85 

Chazan, Gary 53, u i, 98 

Claridge, Fred 61 

Clark, Lynn 91 

Clark, Gladys 35 

Clarke, Henry C 25, 151, 154 

Clifton, Hazel ,' .',. 35 

Cobert, Diane 55, 85, 135. 158 

Cohen, Alan 50, 61, 76, 91, 105 

123. 148, 149 

Cohen, Deva 79, 103 

Cohen, Diane 85 

Cohen, Lisa 91 

Cohen, Martin 85, 151, 157 

Cohen, Myra 91 

Cohen, Paul 91, 123 

Colburn, Lesley 85 

Cole, Bradley 85, 159 

Cole, Donna 91 

Cole, Linda 91, 158 

Cole, Mary 85 

Colman, Carhy 52, 79, 138. 144. 149. 155 

Colman, Judith 79 

Colman Lawrence 91 

Colman, Shan 91 

Colton, Michael 75 

Conti, James 79, 103, 104, 116 

117, 118, 142 

Cook. Clyde 115, 120 

Cook, Don 55, 79, 103 

Cooper, Larry 91 

Cooper, Ronald 79 

Corday, Joanne 85, 135, 153. 158 

Corenson, Annette 85, 156, 160 

Corey, Mary 52, 79. 155. 157 176 

Cornell, Sue 79 

Corrales, Christina 91 

Courr, Stephanie K 91 

Cousins, Peter W 91, 130 

Covey, Marilyn 85, 135, 172 

Cowan, Jill S 91 

Cowan, Robert 79, 103. 119.. 

Cox. Lynn 61 

Cozen, Harry 79 

Crandall, Deane 91 

Crandall, Norman 54, 91 

Crane, Cherie 79. 135 

Crane, Susie 85 

Crosby, Bob 85 

Cross, Adrienne 10, 25 

Cross, Lance 85 

Crouch, Bryon 85 

Cunningham, Theresia L 25, 183 

Curland, Jerry 91, 103 

Curland, Julia 79, 134 

Curtis, Serena 85 

Curtiss, Judy 61, 161 

Curtiss, Susan R 55, 91 

Cushner, Gary 43, 103 

Cyrron, Daniel 85, 159, 163 

-D- 

Dabah, Gladys 55. 79 

Danen. Robert 79 

Dant. Christopher 79 

Danz, Penny 61, 69, 174 

Dashew, Stephen 51, 61 

Dautoff, Stephen 61, 151 

Davidson, Celia Ann 91 

Davies, Faye Anne 85, 147, 157 

Davis, Craig Lee 91. 114, 123 

Davis, Leslie S5, 135 

Davis, Noel 91. 153. 154 

Davis. Patricia 85, 135, 136 

Davis, Peter 123 

Davis, Vicki 75 

Davitt, Constance 61 

DeBardas. Thomas 79, 106, 162 

Deglin, Henry Alan 85, 103 

Deitch, Leslye 79, 135 

DeLange, Stephanie 40, S5, 86, 137 

147, 155, 157, 173 

DeLange, Warren 91, 114, 123 

Delman, Barbara 79 

DeMars, Neil 53, 79, 103 

Del, Nostro, Margaret 28 

Del Nostro. Richard 35 

Dershewirz. Enid Lois 60. 166 

Deutsch. David 51. 79, 106 

Dial, Andrea 91 

Dicker, Michael 54, 85, 152 

Diggs, Dana 75 

Di Ghilini. Frances 85 

Diller, Barry 75. 177 

Diller. Edward 25 

Dobrer. Jonathan 85. 98. 113. 120, 151 

Dodd. Carolyn 25 

Doddridge. Lee 53, 55. 85. 120 

Doddridge. Lynn 53, 85, 135 



Dold, Judith 46, 61 

Doniger, Thomas 91 

Donner, Michael 62, I "' 

Ooomchin, Barbara 62; 1 J5 

Dreyfuss, Lorin 85 

Dubin. Norma 55, 62, 153 

Dukoff, Barry 62, 98, 101 

Dunas, Caryl 91 

Durocher, Michele 85, 135 

-E- 

Eber. Deena 79 

Edgel, Warren 91 

Edi, Cyril 75, 98, 100, 115, 120 

Edwards, Gary 79, 105, 114 

Egan George H 25, 121 

Egerman, William l Mark 1 62, 125, 126, 142 

Ehrnsrein, Andrea 85 

Ehrnstein, Linda 79 

Einecke, Barbara 85, 135 

Einstein, Robert (.2, LOS, 109, 183 

Eisenrod, Bernice 75 

Eisenrod, Nancy 62 

Ellis. Jeffrey 62. 130, 131 

Elliott, Edwin 23, 25, 159 

Ellman, Marilyn 40, 42, 50, 62, 144, 155 

Elster, Gary 85, 146 

Ely, Suzanne 136 

Emerson, Barry 79,98, 119 

Enders, Robin 79 

Engcl, Steven 62 

Em;clberg, Lonny 79, 149 

Englander, Daniel 51, 62, 105 

Entiri, Dennis 85, 115 

Entin, Gerald 62. 85, 115 

Entin, Hershey 85 

Ephron, Delia 42, 85, 138, 147, 155, 157 

Epstein. Bruce 53, 62 

Epstein Martha 85, 135, 147, 149, 158 

Erbe, Alexander 75 

Evans, Barbara 85. 160, 161 

Even, Randolph 40, 79, 105, 120, 142 162 

-F- 

Factor. Max 85, 158, 159 

Fancy, Richard 79 

Farberm. Penelope 91 

Earkas. Daniel 62, 166 

Farkas, David 62 

Farkas, Robert 54. 79 

Farley. Carlton W 26 

Fateman, Lenore 85 

Fay. Melvin 53. 62, 98, 99, 100, 148 

Feder. Steven 85 

Federman, Marc 79 

Feher, Suzanne 55, 85 

Feithtmeir, Patty 46, 47, 62, 135, 148 

Fein, Michael 40, 43, 79, 105. 121, 122, 162 

Fein, Patricia Ann 91, 172 

Fein, Ronnie 79, 105 

Feldman, Paul 50, 55, 85, 150, 152, 154 

Felmus, Marjorie 85, 135, 147, 149, 157 

Fenberq, Lynn 62, 76, 144, 149, 176 

Fenberg, Terry 40, 62. 85, 86, 147, 158 

Fenster, Judith 85 160 

Fidler, Marilyn 40, 63, 145 

Fields, Gregory 91, 130 

Fields, Judith 91 

Fi Iceman, Bernice 79 

Fine. Carol 79. 137 

Fine, Richard 63, 76, 149. 150 

Finebcrg, Donald 63 

Fineberg. Joan S • 91 

Fineman, Jay 91, 130 

Finer, Carole • 79 

Fink. Pamela 79, 157, 161 

Fink, Jonathan 91 

Finkel, Barbara '...-.42, 79, 144, 161, 180 

Fischer, Jacqulynne 85, 160, 161 

Fischer. Murray 63, 151 

Fisher. Stephen 63, 105, 120, 121, 122 

Fishman, Michael 54, 91 

Fishman William 55, 79, 158 

Fjeldsied, Norman S 26, 33, 188 

Flanagan, Christopher J 26, 121, 182 

Flans. Allen 79 

Flaster. Priscilla 91, 156 

Flaster, Toni 51, 79, 134 

Flaxman. Peter 50, 79 

Flaxman, William 63, 79, 162 

Fleischer, Wayne 91 

Fleischer. James 91. 159 

Fleishman. Allan 91 

Florence, Richard 63 

Floyd, Mrs. Patricia A 32 

Flushman. Bruce 40. 79, 142 

Flynn. Barbara 32 

Fogel, Bruce 91 

Fogel, Caroll 79, 160 

Fogel, Edward 91 

Fogel. Kennerh 91 

Ford, Peter 85 

Fowler, Susan 63 

Fox, Carol 6 3 

Fox, Gary 79, 113, 119 

Fox, Martha 79, 161 

Fraide. Antonia 91 

Fraide, Michele 75 

Frank. Harrison 91 

Frank. Susan 85, 135, 136, 158 

Frankel. Diane 55, 91, 95, 152, 158 

Frankel, Ken 63, 76, 113, 130, 131 

149, 150, 162 

Frankcnbach Edwin 10 

Frankenstein, Alan 40, 43, 59, 63, 142 

Frankenstein. Rikki 91, 149, 158 

Franklin, Bonnie ....40, 42, 52, 79, 144, 153, 186 
Franklin, Elaine 63 



Franklin I rendu m 9 

Frederick, Pamela .....55. 79 

Freed, ( opstancc ,55, 79 

Freed, Ruben 

Freeman. 1 >ouglci 91,1 16 

Freeman. Julie ,.„ 91 

Freeman. Pamela ,.85, 1 . ,, 1 .*, 

Freeman, Peter <> 

Freeman. Richard 85, I 19, 1 [6 

Freeman, Sandy 46, 4 ', 9, 1 5, 15 

Freeze, Pamela 91, ] -w,, iv. 

Freiberg. Walter 85,151 

Freschl, Nan 45, 59, 63. 161. 180 

Frieder, Dennis yi 

Friedman, Alan II 63, 98, I 16, 1 18 

1 1 1, 168, 180 

Friedman, Diane 76, 79 

Friedman, Gordon 91, )28 

Friedman, Henry 63, 98, 101. 115, 116 

117, 142. 16.'. 177. 180 

Friedman, Kalma 63 

Friedman. Peter 54, 85, 154. 146, 157 

Friedman, Patricia 91 

Friedman, Ronald 91. IDA, 12^ 

Friendly. Susan -v, 63, Mi 

Fnshman, Sari 79 

Fuchs, Thomas 63 

Fuller, Jerrold 85, 158 

Furman, David 43. 91. 105, 123 

Furman, Nancy 42, 63 

Futorian, Sonya 55, 63 

-G- 

Gamson. Michael 79 

Ganes. Andrew 91 

Garner, Edward ^5 

Gates, Joan J33] [53 

Geld in, Lorraine 79 

Gelfand. Judith 85, 135, 147, i,<,, 1 s ,, 157 

Gerry, Diane 91 \ 55 

Gershonson, Myrna 40, 42, 79 

Gershman, Gloria 85, l ■;.']:-; ' 

Gcrsten, John ' ' 75 

Gervis, Burton , 9^ 123 

Ghane, Margaret 91 

Gilbert, Alexander .... 79 

Gilbert, Colin ($3 

Gilbert, Ellen 50, 63. 155 

Gilford, Joan 35 153 

Gillen, Keith 63, 76, 142, 148, 149] 150 

Gillen, Kennerh 63, 148, 149, 150 

Gillman, Greta 55, 85, 135^ 147 

149, 150, 157 

Gingold. Gloria 85 

Girdwoyn, Diane 42, 79, 138, 149, 157 

Glass, Dudley 79, 149, 151 

Glass, Max B .....26, 170 

Glazer, Deanne 59 63 

Glazer, Hollis 39, 45, 91, 158 

Glazner, Judith 91 

Glick, Harold 54, 63 

Globe. Peter 79 

Glickbarg, William .... 85 

Goddard, Gary 75_ 177 

Goetz, Marie 32 

Gold, Cynthia 91 

Gold, Stephen 85 

Goldberg, Barbara 63 

Goldberg, Barry 63, 76, 142, 149, 158, 176 

Goldberg, Kenneth 85, 103, 119 

Golden, Michael 85 

Goldenberg, Heiame .,.. 85 

Goldenberg, Robert .... 91 

Golding. John 39, 63, 142 

Goldman, Kenneth 38, 39, 63, 66 76, 142 

148, 150. 175 

Goldman. Lynne 26, 147 

Goldsmith, Alan 79 

Goldsmith, Henry 85 

Goldstein. Alan 91, 105 

Goldstein. Barry ....79, 119 

Goldstein, Gloria 40, 50, 63, 64 76, 144 

148, 149, 155 

Goldstein, Jalona 91 

Goldstein, Judith 79 

Goldstein, Robert 91, 149 

Goldstein, Ronni 86, 147 

Goldstein, Sondra 79 

Goldwasser, Eddy 86, 113, 130 

Goliger, Ins 86, 153 

Good, Janet 64 

Good, Sharon 91 

Goodman, Donald 91, 160 

Goodman, Joel 39, 45, 84, 86, 146, 149, 155 

Goodman, Joey 52, 79, 103 

Goodman, Lana 51, 79, 83, 157 

Goodman, Lenn 79, 149, 157 

Goodman. Marilyn 91, 157 

Goodman, Marilyn Joan 26, 158 

Goodman, Nancy 79 

Goodman, Sheila 91 

Goodman, Shehey 86, 151 

Goodman. Susan 91 

Gordean, William 86 

Gordon. Bruce 91 

Gordon, Joan 6-1, 134, 138. 155 

Gordon. Paula -i5, 86. 152. 156 

Goren, Carolyn 54, 91, 147, U9, 156 

Goren, Nancy 39, 45, i>4„ 86, 134 

135, 147. 149, 101 

Gottfried. Helen 6-1. 155 

Gottlieb, Donna Mae 26 

Gottlieb, Jules 79 

Goitschalk. Stephen 64, 106, 128 

Gould, Jay 64 

Gould, Richatd 86 

Graham, Benjamin 91 

Gralnik, Diane 79 

Gray, Sally Ann 64, 177 



Green, Judi 

Green, Kadu 
Green. Pamela 

Grcenbaum, Ruth S < . 

Green berg, Linda v 

Grccnberg, Nancy 92 

Grccnberg, Phillip 9 

Greene, Blossom '1 

Greene, Carol Ann 4() I ', 134 

Grcent, Carole i 1 M, 158 

Greene Kn.liar.1 

Greene. Robert 9 

Greene, Stephen 92 

Greenfield, Sylvia ... 54, 92. 152. 156 

Greenly, Hubert 

Greenspan, Roberta ..55. 92 

Greenwald, Iitl v. .irl 92 

Greenwuld, Alan 86 

Greenwold, Mark 86, 103. 123. 146, 155 

Gregory, Larry B6 

Grevelding, Nicola 55, 86, 152. 158. 160, 161 

Grey, Judith '. ] ,4 M9, 152 

Griffin. Frances A .26. 157 

Griss, Linda 9 

Groman, Reba 

Gross, Andrea 86 

Gross, Donald 86, 146, 156 

Gross, Rochclle 64 

Grossman. Richard 75, ' 142 

Gruszka, Jack 86 

Gubin, William 86, 149. 152. 157 

Guillen, Richard 49, 64 

Gunzburg. Steve 86. 103. 114, 123, 146 

Gutman. Joyce 64 

Gutstein, Helen 86, 155 

-H- 

Haber, Marcia 92 

Haimutf. Lubba ~9. 160 

Haimoff, Peter 92 

Haines, Randa 92 

Hale, Bryant M 26. 49, 53 

Hale, William 80 

Haho, Dennis 86 

Halprin, Bill 64, 142. 176 

Hamburg. Sheryl 51. 80 

Hamel, Minette 92 

Hammerman, Jay 92 

Hammerman, Linda 64 

Hanchett. Louis 1 26 

Hand. Celeste 26 

Handler, Anthony 80 

Handler, Matilyn 64 

Handler, Phyllis 55, 92, 156 

Hanin, Mariam 80 

Hannam. Donnne 86, 135 

Hanson, Jon 80, 108, 111, 161 

Harbarger, Thomas 75 

Harris, Jeanne 80 

Harris, Nikki 86 

Harris, Robert 92 

Harrison. Les 86, 146 

Hart, Joe Ellen S6, 153, 155. 156, 160, 161 

Hart. Larry s <> 

Hart, Louis V 26, 129, 146 

Hartley. Howard 64 

Hartman. Timothy 75 

Hartuman, Wayne 80, 98. 116, 117 

Harwin, Cary 86 

Hasson, Josette 64 

Hathcock, Edward 92 

Hays, Jean 64, 154 

Hays. Mary Kathenne 80 

Hays, Otis 80, 115 

Hays, William 86. 150 

Hazan. Judith 135. 1 7 2 

Hazan, Morns 92, 98 

Heasley, Barbara 92 

Hecht, Alice 64 

Heffron, Janis 92, 157 

Heffron, Robert 86 

Hein, Karen 86, 135, 178 

Heizer, Meredith 92 

Heldfond, Scon 92 

Helgesson, Lucy 27 

Heller, Peggy 86 

Hentjesch, Lynn - 86 

Herbst, Charles C 27 

Herman, Joel 86, 176 

Herozfield, Sandy 86 

Hershenson, Jeffrey 51, 5 

Hershman, Richard 86, 106, 125 

Herts. Eugene 64, 153 

Herwit, Judie 40. 45. 46, 64, 134, 138 

Herzikoft. James 92 

Herzikotf, Marcia 45, 64, 160 

Herzog. James 64 

Hess, Maxine 80 

Hessler, Jacqueline 55, 86, 156, 160, 161 

Hettena. Ronald SO 

Heyman. Barbara 42, 64 

Heyman, Nancy 92 

Heymann, Stephanie ^~ 

Hillman, Antoinette SO, 156 

Hillman, Therese 40, 42, 80. 156. 161 

Hirsch, Nancy 38. 44, 6-1, 66. 144 

Hirsch, Peggy ?. 86, 171, 172 

Hirschensohn, Harry 64, 154 

Hirschman, Connie So 

Hockler, Barbara 6-». US 

Hockman. Jeff so 

Hoffman. David SO 

Hoffman. Franklin SO 

Hoffman, Richard 80 

Hoffman, Tom So, 115. 123 

Hoffman, Vicki 1 : 

Holman. Barbara L 27, 13". 138, lob 

Holnback, Marlaine 80, 13-1, 135. 158. lbO 

Holt, Vivian °4 



191 



Hoitrichter, Charles 75 

Holz. Richard 103, 125, 146 

Homer. Linda 135 

Homeyer. Steve 92, 106, 107, 128 

Hoodenpvle, Sanford 80 

Hoodenpiye, Susanne 65, 144, 149, ISO 

Home, John SO 

Horwitz, Louise 40, 46, 65. 144 

Howard. Cache 92 

Howard, Michael SO 

Howard. Steven 92. 176 

Howard, Toni 46, 80 

Howell, Susan 147, 149, 150, 151, 155 

Hovt, Linda 80 

Hubbard. Gay 52, 55. 92, 149 

Hubbard, Michael 80 

Hubbard. Rene 32, 55 

Hurrer, Charles 80 

Hyart. Valerie 92, 153 

Hyde. James A 87. 150 

Hyde, James E 87 

Hyde, Thomas 92, 162 

-I- 

Ilfeld, Tom 54. 65, 76, 130, 149, 156 

-J- 

Jack, Michael 45, 80, 115, 123, 151 

Jackson. Ben 65, 98, 120 

Jackson Flint 87, 116, 118 

Jackson, Harley 65, 76, 145 

Jackson, Michael 92, 114, 130 

Jackson. Richard W 27 

Jacobs. Betty 65 

Jacobs, Gerald 55, 87, 105, 116 

Jacobson. Jay 65, 148, 153 

Jacquard, Sanford 27, 156, 159 

Jaffe, Andrea 65, 161 

Jaffe, Jams 50, 65, 148, 160 

Jaffe, Shernl 92, 95 

Jalof, Dick 22 

Jalof, Lorraine 92 

James, Victoria 87, 158 

Jameson. Patricia 87, 135, 147, 149, 161 

Jampolis. Adrienne 92, 153, 154 

Janneck. John 92, 114, 123 

Jancso, Andre 87 

Jancso. Pearl 65 

Jaye, Robert 53, 80 

Jayne, Carolyn 92 

Jeffery. Michael 39, 45, 84, 149, 150, 159 

Jensen, Hugh 92 

Joffe, Bruce 37, 123, 150 

Johnson, Eve 78 

Johnson, Raynolds 27, 50, 51, 170, 183 

Johnson, Van 87. 106, 128 

Jolton Lewis (Buddy) 65, 129 

Jones, Dana 87, 135, 172, 180 

Jones, Rachard 92 

Jones, Stuart 92 

Jordan, Joel 40, 54, 65, 153 

Joyce, Patrick 53, 65 

Joyce, William 80, 108, 116 

Jubelier, Joanne 42, 80 

Judson, Glyn 51, 80 

Justin, Carolyn 87, 137, 161 

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Kaarz, Paula 92, 157, 160 

Kabakow, Andrea 51, 80 

Kadjian, Geotgerte 65 

Kagan, Spencer 80, 125, 142 

Kahan, Jim 80, 114 

Kahan, John 92 

Kahan, Loretta ....51, 80, 135 

Kahan, Mendel 92 

Kahn. Sonia 65 

Kahn, Steve 80 

Kalcheim, Ken 87, 159 

Kales, Robert 87, 55, 152 

Kallick, Elliott 65 

Kamins, Judith 87 

Kap, Helen 80 

Kaplan, Jill 55, 87 

Kaplan, Josh 92 

Kaplan, Marvyn 92 

Kaplan, Richard 103 

Karp, Gerald 65 

Karsin, Donald 80 

Karsin, Holly 65 

Karsin, Ronnie 54 

Karz, Frances 42, 66, 136, 145, 152 

Kasel, William 80 

Kasler, Peter 66 

Kasler, William 92 

Kassel, Marjorie 92, 160 

Kaswick, Jon 48, 87, 114, 146 

149, 150, 156 

Kaswick, Karen 45, 49, 66 

Karz, Gloria 66 

Kaczman, Joel 75 

Kauffman, Elaine 87, 158 

Kauffman, Miriam 66 

Kauffman, Tom 66, 108, 110, 180 

Kauffman, Ann 87 

Kaufman, Diane 66, 134 

Kaufman, Michael 80 

Kaufman, Patricia 46, 47, 66, 136, 171, 179 

Kay, David 92 

Kaye, Karen 66 

Kaye, Ruth Ellen 92 

Kaye, Waltet 80 

Keefet, Christiana 80 

Kegley, Robert 66, 108 

Kent, Robert 54, 87, 152, 159 

Keller, Ray 92 

Kelly, Alan 92 



192 



Kelley, Kevin 46, 54. 55, 80, 152, 172 

Kendall, Larry 87, 114 119 

Kern, Stephen 59. 66, 106, 107 

125, 127, 142 

Kessler. Mimi 59, 66, 70 

Kessler, Steven 93 

Kimchae. Laura 92, 95, 161 

King, Duane 93, 103 

King, Jacqueline 51, 80 

King, Robert 51, 87, 113, 150 

King, Susan 54, 87, 149, 152 

Kinney Gail 39, 45, 55, 59, 66 76, 134 

145, 149, 155, 169 

Kifchner, Lynda 75 

Kislinger. Mark 80 

Kivel, Foster 66 

Klein, Kay 45, 66 

Klubok, Dale 93, 158 

Klubok, Philip 66, 106 

Knauer, James E 23, 27, 159 

Knoles, Edith E 23, 27 

Koch, Howatd 93, 114, 146 

Kofsky, Latry 66, 98, 101, 162. 180 

Kogan, Barry 87, 150, 159 

Kohler, Jan 40, 66, 130, 168, 142 

Kohn, Donna 55, 80 

Konhein, Terri 93 

Koolish, Leslie 87 

Kopp. Barry 55. 75, 186 

Kopp, Carol 87 

Koppel. Risa 93, 156, 160 

Koppelman, Muriel 34 

Kornfein, Gary 87 

Koskoff, Billy 80, 87, 103, 114, 128 

Koskoff, Marilyn 80 

Kosner, Bettyann 67 

Kramer, Karen 93, 156, 172 

Krasna, Christine 93 

Krasne, James 87, 162 

Krasnow, Rita 80 

Krawitz, Gary 80, 158 

Krell. Richard 87. 150 

Krell, Rodney 55, 87, 150 

Kneger. Judy 39, 67, 137, 148 

Krolik, Ronald 67 

Krone, Jeff 55, 81 

Kronish, Karen 67 

Ktuse. Karen 93 

Kuh, David 87, 103 

Kuhlen, Carl 81 

Kunody. William 67 

Kurtin, Jill 81 

Kwok, Lillian 67, 153, 168 

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Labovitch, Gerald 67, 113 

Ladd, Alana 75 

La Fever, William 93, 114, 123 

La Frey, R 35 

Lagerquist, Lynn 54, 67 

Landy, Errol 87 

Laidig. Simone 27 

Lamer, Luis 39, 81, 142, 149, 158 

Lamfrom, Dale 39, 45, 59, 67, 152 

Landre, Elissa 44, 45, 52, 54, 81, 149, 155 

Lane, Barry 81 

Lane, Vicki 81 

Langdon, Myta 75 

Lansing, Judith 14, 42, 67, 160, 161 

Latsen, Lance 8/ 

Lash. Diane 67 

Laszlo, Franklin 93, 154 

Laszlo, Vicki 81, 83, 136, 176 

Lattman, David 67 

Laule, Russell 75 

Launon, Lester •■■■■ 32 

Lavin, Robert 55, 67 

Lawrence, Mike 81, 186 

LeBow. Julie 55, 87 

Le Due, Fiances 87, 156 

Lee, Denise 93, 156, 178 

Lee, Vivian ™~,5i 

Leebove, Joel 87. }« 

Leebove, Michael 67, 87, 129 

Leerhuber, Georbe ••- — '5 

Lefferts, Sheila 87, 135 

Legrer, M 14 9 

Lehman. Anita 27. 84 189 

Lehman. Michele •■**, 81 

Lehrer. Melinda 93, 160 

Lehrer, Steven 87 

Leibaum, Michele 80 

Leibman, Ellis ■■■■■■ fj 

Leipziger, Ann 87, 147, 149, 155 

Leonard, Terry 67, 108, 110, 112, 183 

Lesser, Frankie 67 

Lester, H. Ward 27, 153 

Lester, Watd ■• 87 

Levant, Amanda 87, 147, 149 

Levant, Lorna 50, 67, 148, 149, 155 

Leventhal Maria 93 

Level, Jerry "■•• J> 7 

Levine, Dena ■; "?•,,;; 

Levine. Meldon 41, 43, 48, 67, 98, 130 

Le Vine, Susan M 51, 81 

Levinson Richard •• °/ 

Levoy. Linda <"> '« 

Levy. Arlene ■; * •.,, 

Levy, Carolyn 67, 160, 161 

Levy, Ellen »■■■■■ »7 

Levy, Geraldine B1 ' ° 8 

Levy, Robert 54, 81, 103, 108. 120 

Levy Robet. 55, 93, 160 

Lewbel, Geotge 93, 115, 159 

Lewbel, Michael •■••■•■ ^ 

Lewin. Michael 93, 106 

Lewinson, Paul d> 7 'im 

Lewis, Benjamin 93, 103 

Lewis, Matilyn 81, 106 



Liberman, Jeffrey 67 

Liberman, Joyce 39, 84, 87, 134, 135, 147 

Liberman, Kay 39, 42, 67, 145, 169 

Liberman, Latry 81 

Lichterman, Harold 52, 54, 87, 150, 159 

Lichtetman. Susan 50, 67, 93, 154 

Liebowitz Aaron 67, 115, 129, 142 

Light, Allen 55 

Lillard, Louise D 27 

Linden, Audrey 87, 159 

Lindheim, James 93, 146, 149 

Lindheim, Judy 51, 52, 81, 83, 136 

Lindheim, Judy 51, 52, 81, 83, 136, 157, 176 

Linsman, William 93 

Lippman Steven 44, 81, 129, 143 

Lipsky, Jay 87, 103 

Lipson, Jane 93 

Litter. Matsha 81 

Litter. Rita 55. 93 

Little, Frank 93, 103, 157 

Little, Patke 93, 103 

Livingston, Bruce 81 

Livingston. Gaty 67 

Lockhart, Carole 81, 157 

Lockie, Carolyn 93, 158 

Loeb. Jim 67, 105. 157 

Loeb. Sally 67, 136, 158 

Loeff, Susan 55, 81 

Lohn. Sandra 87 

London. David 93, 149, 156 

Lourie, Jeffrey 68, 120, 162 

Loune, Mildred 93 

Lowe, John 81 

Lowery. Marilyn 28 

Lowitz, Phillip 87 

Lozabnick, Janet 87, 135 

Lubin, Howard 81 

Luria, Andrea 93, 156 

Lussier, Dennis — - 81 

Lynch, Lawrence D 28, 182, 183 

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McCann, Austin 81 

McCann, John "8 

McCann. Tettance 87 

McClanahan, William 75 

McCluie, Marilyn 28 

McClure, O. Jane ""-,?? 

McComas. Scott 68, 98, 100, 101 

McCoy. Petet 40, 53, 68, 9s! 102! 187 

McDonagh, Richard 55, 68, 150. 151 

McDonald, Marty I' 2 

Mclrvin, Malcolm 81 

McKeon. F. Edith ;■;■',?? 

McNiel, James 87, 108, 129, 146, 162 

McRae, Duncan 93 

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Maas, Francis 87, 103 

Maass, James 52, 68, 87 

MacDonald. Donald 75 

MacDonald. Martin 54, 68 

Magidson, Bruce 93 

Magidson, Sylvia 68 

Males, Lawrence 87 

Males, Lynne 158 

Malin. Mariorie 55. 81, 158, 161 

Mandel. Robert 87 

Mannis. Joe °7 

Marcus, Anne 93 

Marcus, Ken 87 

Marer. Candy ,o"ihI 

Marin, Jose -29. 183 

Mariam, Jerome 49. 53, 68 

Markell, Jonathan 93, 146 

Matkell, Regina 78, 81, 145 

Marks. Carol «, 55, 68 

Marks, Judy •■•■• *' 

Markul, lngrid ". 3° 

Marley, Elizabeth ■ ■-:--""«"",2; 

Marmer, Betry 87. 135, 147, 154, 55, 157 

Manner, Stephen 52, 68, 76, 150, .176 

Matrett, Susan 5 -' °( 

Marrow, H. John 2 [ 

Mart. Alan "■•■ °1 

Matt, Michael '*■ °' 

Mattin, Batbata ',;', '",'s",i 'l si 

Martin, Eleanor 93, 154 157 

Martin, Ellen 54, bl 

Martin, Ethel 34 

Martin, Les — " R1 

Martin, Michael °' 

Martin, Patrick i?/. 

Mattin, Stephen (Craig) ■•-• '' 

Martyn, Byron •"• °' 

K n j^=z::^;^i^i2 5 7i27:i75 

Maschio, Gina ., 

Massed. Diane *J 

S: m Ter^ e : en .:=::=::68:76;i497.5o 
M^^Sz::zz=:42:8i;i35:.6i 

Matlin, Myrna »'• l °J 

Matlin, Roger "• ., 

Matlin, William jj~ *£ 

Mayer, Mari ' ^ 

M a " ers ' \ c \ 49,"87,"l54 

Mayers, Leslie : ^' ° ^ g? 

Mazur, Charles _.' g . 

Meadows, Beverly Ann "' °j 

Medley, Nellijean 75 

Medrano, Patrick gl 

Meiklejohn, Linda 44 52 81 

Meisel, Joan V'o"™ 'ri 'l45 

Meisel. Patricia 39, 78. 81, 45 

Melcher, Terry 53, 68, 130 



Melnick, Allan SI, 162 

Melnick, Chrisliana 55, 81. 152, 158, 161 

Mellon, Alan 68, Kin. I LO, I 19 

Melt2«. Jane 93 

Mendetson, Barry 87, 113, 116 

Merin, Laurie 91. 95 

Mess. Elizabeth 9} 

Mess, Joseph 81 

Meyer, Kcnncih II. 81, 106, 113, 119, 1-13 

Michelman, Nancy 68 

Michc-lsnn. John S7 

Milelich. Sieve T 21, 183 

Miller, Barry 6S. 106, 125 

Miller, Carol Ann 93 

Miller, Charles 53, K 7 

Miller David Y 81, 11)5, 123 

Miller. James 93, 103. 123. 1-16 

Miller, Jeff 87, 103, 114, 121 

Miller. Karyl 87, 135 

Miller. Larry 87, 98, 115 

Miller, Lynne 58, 19, 40, 41, 50. 68, 71, 145 

Miller Paul 93, 162 

Miller. Randall 91 

Miller, Ruthanc 75 

Miller, Sharon 87, 157, 158 

Miller, Staffan 54, 68, 121 

Miller. Steven Joel 68, 158 

Miller, William 87. 106 

Millman, Peggy 40. 41, 44, 68. M5. 180 

Mills. Barbara 93. 158, 160 

Mills. Marilyn Judy 87, 135, 147, 160 

161. 173 

Miner, Joan 28 

Mintz, Sheila 93 

Mitchell, Ann J 28 

Mitchell. Joel 55, 81 

Mobly, Robin 93 

Mohs. David 68, 108, 109, 112 

116, 143. 180 

Mohs, Mary Lou 55, 93 

Molin. Jeffrey 81, 103. 123 

Molina. Mariann 93 

Molina. Teresa 93 

Molner. Duke 93, 152 

Monan, Monte Lee 81 

Monter, Diana 93 

Moore, Elliott 68 

Moore, Janice - •■•• 93 

Moore, Joanna 68, 160 

Moore, Leah K 29 

Moore, William 93. 114, 119 

Morgan. Judirh 81, 160 

Morgan. Patricia 55, 93 

Morrie, Jonathan 51, 81 

Morris, Karen , 68. 160 

Morris, Richard 93, 114, 123 

Morse, Lois 87 

Morse, Marjorie 68, 134, 137, 148 

Morton, Jane 42. 68, 175 

Moss. Alan 68 

Moss. Larry 93. 103, 114 

Moss, Mark 93 

Moss, Richard 40, 68, 106, 115 

123, 128, 157, 162 

Moss, Roberta 87 

Muenter, Marilyn 55, 69 

Muff, James 81, 103, 143 

Mullenaux, John 69 

Mullenaux. Ronny 87, 119 

Mund, Geraldine 51, 81 

Murphy, Lynn 93 

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Nadell, Barry 87 

Nader, J 103 

Nader, Michael 93 

Nagel, Victoria 93 

Nakagawa, Carol ". 88 

Nashner. Lewis Michael 81, 123, 143, 159 

Nathan, Claire Eileen 81 

Nathan, Nancy 44, 51, 69, 134, 138 

145, 148, 176 

Nathanson, Phil 88, 103. 128 

Nathanson, Stan 93 

Natoway, Judith 55, 81, 152, 161 

Naylot, Chester 88, 98 

Naylor. Kathetine 35, 88, 98 

Nefsky. Melvin 53, 81 

Neiman, Ronny 44, 69, 76, 108, 111 

116. 118. 143 

Nelson Wendy 69, 152, 153 

Nepus, Ira 54, 93, 152 

Nesbir, Stephen 88 

Neusiadt, Ann 88 

Newman, Chryl 88, 156 

Newman, Elliott 93, 157 

Newman, Laura 88, 134, 135. 136, 147 

Newman, Nancy 69, 147 

Newmark Pamela 47, 69, 135, 138, 145 

Nirenberg, Susan 81 

Nourse, Melanie 69 

Nurnberg, Linda 46, 47, 54, 81, 135, 145 

Nurnberg, Marsha 93 156 

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Oberman, Judy 93, 158 

Oberman, Lynn 81, 161 

Occhipinri, Salvatore 29 

Olafski, Joel 88, 193, 123 

Olson, Peter 50. 59. 69, 98, 101. 122, 143 

Oman. Susan 69 

Opper, Babette 69 

Orienter, Jacqueline 88, 156 

Orling. Roberta 69, 145, 149. 155 

Orloff, Kr.stine 88, 134, 137, 161, 173 

Orren, Lowell 43, 86. 88, 123. 143. 150 

Orton, Gerald 81, 183 

Oswell Lawrence 75 



Owens. Leon / . 

Owens, I'.hJ 19, , i. 69. 105 

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Padilln, lohn ( !9 

Padway, Beverly 45, 69, 15 I, 158, 16(1, 161 

Painter, lames W 29 

Palcy. I'.iinca NH. 135, 147, 154 161 

Palmer, Stephen 88 

Parker. Alida W 

Paiker. Joy o 

Parker, Richard 88, 105, 1 .' ->. Ill 

Parker, Robert - 105, 122, 1 13 

Patrish. John 9J, 119 

Paskusz, Sherry 88 

Patey, Janet 29 

Paul, Penni (2, SI, 134, 152. 155 

Pauley, Romainc H I i 

Pawlan, Jeffrey 'J 1 2 

Peasley, Frederick 93, 106, 119 

Pellet. Richard 93 

Pe.ise, Lonnie ... 88, 103, 115 

Perkinson, Jill 81. 156 

Perlbcrg, Robert 91, III. 157 

Perlmutter, Robert 75. 125. 127 

Petrin, Judith 81 

Perrin, Phyllis 93 

Peschelr, Linda 69 

Peter, Martmut 81, 121 

Peters. Kenneth L IS, 19. 1SS 

Peters. Lisa 93 

Peters, Mona 88 

Peterson, Dennie D 29 

Peterson. Dennie Jr 81, 101, 108 

116. 117. 118 

Ffaclzer, Betty 46, 47, 81, 136 

149, 157, 166, 181 

Pfaelzet, Peter 81. 113 

Pine, Georgia 81, 155. 158, 160. 161 

Pinrer, Margaret 81 

Pine. Malco m 81 

Plan. Linda 55, 81 

Planner, Richard 88, 103 

Plawker, Barbara 81, 161 

Pleasants, Terry 81 

Phha, Donald 88 

P.otkin, Frieda 81. 155, 156 

Polacheck, Arthur 69, 98, 102, 115 

Polayes. Gail 59, 69 

Pollack, David 70 

Pollack, Joan 88 

Pollack, Nancy 42, 69, 70, 153 

Polo, Phillip 88 

Ponder, Frank 81 

Porter, Sharon 81 

Potkin, Linda 82 

Powers, Lorna Terry 75 

Poze, Tony 39, 43, 52, 82 

Pressler, David 82, 123 

Price. Carol Lee 82, 157 

Pnester, Gary 70 

Provosr, William 93 

Puffer, Walther R 29, 125, 143 

Pussel, Ronald 82 

Pyle, Corrine 29 

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Quandr, William C 29, 153 

Quinr, Arlene 157 

Quint, Jonathan 70 

Quint. Linda 93 

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Rabens, Steven 93, 149 

Rabwin, Dinah 51, 82, 161 

Rabwin, Frank 51. 70. 123. 148 

Rackin, Judy 55, 70 

Radics, Clara 70 

Rady, Elsa 82 

Ramsay. Kathryn 7 3, 152, 160 

Randall, Steve 88, 116, 118 

Rapoporr, Louis 39, 50, 70, 143, 176 

Rapp, Paulette 70 

Rasumoff, Marcia 88, 154, 156, 160, 161 

Ray, Faye 70 

Ray, Pauline 70 

Raynor, Susan 88, 135 

Raysson, Michael 48, 50, 73, 155 

Reese, Mr. Champ 19 

Reese, Jay 94 

Reese, William 54, 94, 133 

Reich, Joanne 94 

Reifman, Marcia SS 

Reilly, Charles 29, 108, 109, 119 

Reimer, Kenneth 94 

Reingold, William 70, 120 

Reims, Richard 43, 88, 9S, 113, 119, 143 

Reno. Robert 88 

Reno, Terry 94 

Renquist, Jacqueline 82, 135 

Resnik, Richard 94 

Reuman, Terry 82 

Reynertson, Marilyn H 29 

Reynolds, Merrily 55, 82. 155, 156 

Rhoads, Richard 55, 70, 88, 146 

Rhoads, Roger 69, 98, 99, 122, 129 

143. 148. 183 

Richardson. Russell 82, 130 

Riemer, Richard 82 

Rimer, Ira S2 

Ring, Suzanne 83 

Rivas, Marrha 158 

Roach, Stephen 94 

Robert, Lucille 11, 30, 152 

Roberts, Alan SS, 162 

Roberts, Carol 40, 70, 153 

Roberts. Dennis 94, 153 



Roberts, Penelope ...... 8t 

Roberts, Richard 

I,. R Vc'ilUr 1 

Robinson, Joseph 

Robinson, Michelle 

Robinson, Mitchell . 

Rcxrkford, Michael ...........88, II 

Rojjosin Roy I , i',j, 157 

Rojas, Flora 

Rolapp. Louise- 
Roller. Anthony . 106, 128 
Rollins. Andrea ...52. 9-1 

Ronald. Gael ... 88 

Ruse. Diane .... 
Rose, Harvey . 

Rose, Jane 94 

Rose, Muhac-I "0, 157 

Rosen, Ronald 43 -.-., 105. 12S. 146 

Rosenberg. Lan,i 

Rosenberg, Stewart .94, 160 

Rosene. Sara ...87, 154, 157 

Rosenfeld, Jane 88 172, I KG 

Rosenfeld, Mike 10, 98, 102. 122 

Rosenfeld, Robert "I 

Rosenfeld, Susan 88 

Rosenshine. Ruth 94, 156 

Rosenthal, Judith 88, 147, 149, 158 

Rosenwald, Anne 82, 152, 155 

Rosenwald, Peter ' , 04, 159 

Rosin, Barbara 82 

Rosner, Ronald 94 

Ross, Binnie "1 

Ross, Dunna 82 

Ross, Eric 39, 71, 105. 151, 162 

Ross, Ivan Alan "I 

Ross, Sally 46, 47, 82 

Ross. Stephen 7), 106, 125. 126 

Rossen, Richard 88 

Rossen. Marcine 94, 158 

Roth, Barry 52, 71, 76, 148 

Roth. Deane 94, 103, 119 

Roth, Kenneth 82 

Rothbetg, Linda 82 

Rothberg. Vicki 42. 94, 147, 157 

Rothstein, Manny 94 

Rowen, William 88, 149, 151, 155 

Rubin, Gail 88 

Rubin, Judith 71 

Rubin. Nancy 88, 135 

Rubin, Roberr 94 

Rubinger, Franklin 94, 103. 114, 119 

Ruden, Roberr 94 

Rulli, Vikki 88 

Russotto, Barbara 51, 82 

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Sabol, Joseph 30, 98, 131 

Sackley, Frank 51, 71 

Saffren, David ....82, 98. 100. 113. 120. 121. 122 

Sakrais, Dorothy 94 

Sail, Marsha 82 

Saltzberg, Alan 94 

Samenow, Leslie 54, 88, 152 

Samuel, Sharon 88, 158 

Samuels, Judy 71 

Samuels. Ronald 53, 71 

Sandler, Alan 82 

Sandler, Guy 82 

Sanger, Edward 53, 88, 114 

Sanger, Kathy 94 

Saphier, Michael 59. "1. 76, 129. 143. 149 

Sapriel, Danieha 88 

Sarnat, Gerry 94, 130, 146 

Sauers, Casey 88 

Schaefer, Harry 88, 106 

Scharlach, Edmund 39. 43, 45, 52, 71 

Schwartz, Andrew 82 

Schiffman, Harve 51, 82, 103 

Schlffman, Ronald 94, 103. 115 

Schiller, Sally 46, 71. 178 

Schipke, Perer 82 

Schirn, Vivian 40, 42, 55, 71, 76, 145 

148, 149, 161, 166 

Schlesinger, Michael 71 

Schmidt, Eunice 30 

Schnackenberg, Charles 94 

Schneider. Jay 94. 103. 119 

Schneiderman, Barbara 51. 82 

Schnepf, Frederick 82 

Schoen. Laurie 94, 136, 160 

Scholle. Rudy 94 

Schotr. Marilyn 88 

Schreiber, Richard 30, 114 

Schreibman, Peter 71, 153 

Schucherr, Richard 71, 116, 11' 

Schugh, Eva 32 

Schulberg, Peter 88. 119 

Schulman. Bonnie Jo 71, 15^ 

Schultz, Jerold 54, 82, 157 

Schulrz, Victor 82, 94, 103, 119 

Schuman, Evlynn 71 

Schumann, Leslie 88, 135. 156 

Schuss, Nancy - 82 

Schustet, Nancy ■ 88 

Schwab, John 54, 94 

Schwab. Michael 71. 130. 131 

Schwartz. Andrew 82 

Schwartz, Donald 39. 71, 143. 150 

Schwartz, Howard 82 

Schwartz. James ■■ 88 

Schwartz, Jeffrey "1, 15 

Schwartz. Judith 94, 156 

Schwartz, Kathryn ■ 82 

Schwartz. Leslie - 71 

Schwartz, Lynn 135. 14". 172 

Schwartz, Marilyn ;",!, 

Schwartz, Maurice 59. 7 0. 71. 76, 150 

Schwartz. Rayna 94, 158 



193 



Schwartz, Steven 71, 150 

Schweiger, Missy Ann 94 

Schwerin, Etna M 50 

Scort. Michael S3, 12S, 159 

Scott, Valerie 94, 15s 

Scull, John 51, 82, 9S 

SeatoQ, Marc 119 

Seacon. Mrs. George 19 

See, Mellis 94 

Segalove. Cheryl SS. 151 

Seigel, Diane 50. 71, 155 

Seingeld, Sandra SS, 147, 151 

Serafie. Thomas SS 

Serpe, Richard SS 

Sernn. David 94 

Sevenans. Madeleine 30 

Seymour, Steven Randy 103, 115, 182 

Shaefer, Peter SS 

Shafton. Randv 40, 42. "1. 134, 145 

Shane, John 43, 71, 103, 130 

Shane. Phil 71 

Shanedling, Joan 71 

Shapiro, Bene 55, SS 

Shapiro. Bonnie SS, 135 

Shapiro, Kay 82 

Shapiro, Paul 72 

Shapiro. Sandra 88, 135 

Sharpe. Anna 72 

Sharpe. Carl 55, 72 

Sharnn, David 94 

Shaw, Lawrence 94, 105 

Sheldon. Alan 94 

3hepard. Ruth 82 

Shere. Michael 94 

Sherman. Marion 54, 94. 156 

Sherman, Mary 72, 76 

Sherwood, Ellen 94 

Shimoff, Karel 88 

Shire. Margaret 82 

Shlaes. Lucille 94, 156 

Shlaes. Michael 94, 105 

Shore, Diane 88, 135 

Short, Marilyn 88 

Shulgold, Barbara 42, 55, 82, 161 

Shulman, Susan 88 

Shuman, Gerald 94, 158 

Shupper, Bruce 82 

Shusert, Gary 72, 103, 123 

Siegal, Mitchell 88 

Siegel, Judith 82, 161 

Siegel, Lee 43, 94, 103 

Sieling, Barbara 88, 134, 137, 147, 173 

Sieling, Harold P 30, 116 

Sieiing, Harry 72, 106, 107, 124, 126, 148 

Silbert, Michaelyn 55, 94, 152, 156 

Silbert. Susie 82, 152, 155 

Silverglade, Judith 82, 155 

Silverman, Artie 82 

Silverman. Frank 94 

Silverman, Harvey 82 

Simon, Dorochy 88 

Sinclair, Robert E 43, 88, 120 

Sinclair, Robert M 54, 88 

Singer, Bruce 72 

Singer, Jacqueline 94, 156 

Singer, Jerry 94 

Singer, Sheila 72 

Singerman, Diane 88 

Siskin, Dorothy 72 

Siskin, Shetry 88 

Sklaar, Pamela 72 

Slclar, Audrev 82 

Slipock, Barry 88, 149, 159 

Sloan, Jaime 40, 94, 152, 172 

Slotkin, Steven 88 

Smith. Alexander 89, 105, 123, 160 

Smith, Margaret M 30, 32 

Smith, Sandra 55 

Smith, Shirley 55, 89, 135, 147, 173 

Smith, Tony 75 

Smith, Wesley 39, 43, 72, 105, 121 

122, 162, 175 

Smithson, April 82 

Smuckler, Sharon 89 

Snapp, Mattm 52, 94, 154, 156 

Snipper, Reuben 94, 105, 115, 123, 162 

Snow, Eric 94 

Snyder, Allan 82 

Snyder, Rosemary 54, 94, 149, 161 

Sobel, Claudia 82 

Sobel, John 72 

Sobel, Matgaret 89 

Sobel. Michael 94, 119 

Sobel, Suzanne 89 

Sofro, Lynne 94 

Sokol, Aviva 94 

Sokol, Raymond 53, 72 

Sokolov, Thomas 75 

Solof, Richard 53, 89 

Solomon, Elaine 72 

Solomon, Stephen 55, 72, 162 

Solow, Gregory 89, 157 

Solton, Jamie 59, 72 

Solursh, Michael 72 

Somers, Linda 40, 48, 72 

Sommer, Kay 94 

Sorlien, Janet 82 

Sonns, Bonnie 72 

Soslcin, Helane Sue 82 

Sparks, J. E 10, 30 



Sperling, Karen 89 

Spiegel. Carolyn S9 

Spira, Carol g2 

Sprecher, Peter 89, 103 

Squibb, William 82 

Srere, Jane S9, 135, 147, 149, 156, 161 

Staal, Ingrid 89, 135 

Seamier, Susan 75 

Star, Stuart 39, 72, 76, 116, 1 18. 143 

Steere. Anna W 31 

Stein, Carolyn 55, 82, 135 

Stein, James 82 

Stein, Joan 94, 95, 138, 157 

Steinbaum, Paul 94, 114, 119 

Steinberg, Roslyn 55, 7? 

Steinfeldt, lngnd 94, 138, 156, 157 

Stern, Reinhard P 31 

Stern, Susan 89 

Stevens, Willie 94 

Stilz, Richard 94 

Stilz, Robert 94, 103 

Stettner, Gail 89 

Stone, Bunni 48, 82, 161 

Stone, Kenneth 92 

Stone, Ronald 82 

Stoner, Ann 94 

Standwall, Mari-Ann 31, 136 

Strickland, Laura 82, 83 

Sultan, Gary 72, 163 

Sultan, Sandra 54, 94, 149, 152,' 161 

Sussman, Doreen 72, 13S 

Svedin, Aureen 22 

Swarthe, Robert 43, 72, 154, 163 

Swartz, Steven 82 

Sweet, Nancy 55, 89, 135, 136, 158 

Switiick, Donald 72 

Switzky. Merle 89, 135, 136 

Sylvester, Richard 72, 103, 115, 123, 143, 162 

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Tansman, Joseph 94, 160 

Taub, Phyllis 39, 52, 72, 136, 145, 149 

Tearston, Gary 72, 76, 143, 149, 180 

Teigelbaum, Robert 91 

Teitelbaum, Anne 82 

Teitelbaum, Sharon 72 

Teitler Syma 94, 95, 158, 172 

Terrencj, Sandra 73 

Thalheimer, Mrs. Byron 19, 188 

Tharpe. Edgar 94 

Thomas, Sharon 73 

Thompson, Evan 73 

Thorpe, Marjory 34 

Tipp, Sara 82, 161 

Tipp, Sheila 89, 135, 136, 157 

Titelman, Karen .....42, 82, 149 

Title, Larry 22, 94, 114, 130, 156 

Toberoff, Lawrence 89, 159 

Tomarken, Pecer 73, 176 

Topitsch, Peter 40, 73, 98, 121, 122, 143 

157, 159, 162, 168 

Tracy. Diane 94 

Traub, Linda 73 

Trebach, Joseph 89 

Triesault, Jon 52, 82 

Trimble. R ' 98 

Trugman. Martin 89, 116, 118 

Tuch, Jacki 42, 82, 171 

Tuerpe, Brigit 82 

Tufte, Edward 73, 76, 148 

Tyre, Patricia 40, 94, 95, 156, 160, 171 

-u- 

Udell, Lynn 73 

Ulrich, Roy 89, 119, 143 

Unger, Barry 89, 103, 128, 156 

Unger, Elizabeth 73 

Unger, Stephen 103 

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Vajna, Andrew 89 

Valentine, Eric 76, 143, 149 

Vanda, Bruce 54, 89, 149, 150, 152, 154 

Vandenberg, Thomas 73, 98, 115, 162 

Van Hyning. John 82, 162 

Vener. Stuart 54, 89 

Verraso, Michael 55, 89 

Vittes, Laurence 54, 94 

Viau, Marjorie 11, 31, 152, 170 

Volar, Lawrence 82 

Von Korff, Marco 82 

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Wagner, James 82 

Wain, Margo 82, 83 

Wakeman, James 89, 123 

Wald, Joanne 94, 158 

Wald, Robert 43, 73, 143 

Waldman, Susan 82, 83 

Waldow, Pamela 73 

Wallace, Gail 95 

Waitz, Roberta 94 

Ward, Pamela 95 

Warren, Gale 89 

Warren, Ray 69, 73, 120, 162 

Warsaw, Wendy 73 



Watson, Robert 3? 43, 52, 55, 73 

143, 149. 'l57 

Wayne, Lawrence 50, 73, 98, 116 

Wayne, Susan 95 

Webb, Stephen 95, 105 

Webster, Sharon 82 

Weiner. Barbara 89, 135, 147 

Weiner, Charles 95, 103, 114. 123 

Weinscein, Jerome 82, 103, 119, 143 

Weinstein, Natalie 95, 154 

Weinhouse. Roger 73 

Weuistock, Brian 95 

"Weinstock, Ileen 73 

Weisman, Sharon 95 

Weiss, Alan 74 

Weiss, Joey 95, 105, 115, 128, 154 

Weiss, Mitchell 54, 82, 152, 154 

Weisz, Kathy 95, 173 

Welch, Eleanor F 31, 77 

Welch. Tom 74, 98 

Weller, Sheila 95, 154, 157 

Wells, Deanna 95 

West, John 89 

Weston, John 82, 105, 130 

Westrope, Jan 82 

Westrope, Pamela 74, 171 

Wheeler, Ruth M 31 

White, Barry 31, 52, 113 

White, Lawrence 39, 46, 54, 74, 76 

148. 149, 150, 151 

White, Margo 95 

White, Patti Anne 161 

White, Steven 89 

Whittaker, Robert .... 95 

Wicclair, Mark J9, 78, 82 

Wiener, Leslie 74, 137 

Wiener, Neal 8?, ..06. 128, 156 

Wilburne, Barbara 95 

Wilding. Valerie 83, 155 

Wile, John 83. 103 

Wilk. Karen 74 

Willardson, Mary Lu 83 

Willey, Walter 19 

Williams, Henry 74, 103 

Wilson. Barbara 89, 106 

Wilson, Brian 95, 106 

Wilson, Jefrey 55. 74, 110 

Wilson, Lamont 54, 95 

Wilson, Louise 31, 74 

Wilson, Sharla 74 

Wilson, Wendy 89, 134, 138, 147, 160 

Wilt, Robert 89 

Winchell, Robert 95 

Windust, Penelope 95 

Winslow, Joyce 59, 30, 76, 74, 145, 155 

Wintet, David 74, 98, 101, 174 

Wire, Charlotte 31, 134 

Wiseman. Steven 89, 156 

Wittenberg, Linda S9, 135, 149 

Wittenberg, Susan 74, 137 

Wittenberg, Wendy 82 

Wolcott, Elizabeth 89, 135, 136. 157 

Wolfe, Alfredo 95 

Woltag, Carol 52, 75. 89 

Wood. Kermen 82 

Woodruff, Sue 95 

Wright, Donna 95, 156 

Wright, George W 31, 54 

Wright, Jay 74 

Wright, Randy 74, 108, 111 

Wngley, Frank 95 

Wrinkle, James 83 

Wurdeman, Robert 95, 130 

Wynn, Hay 95 

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Yadley, Katen 39, 45, 55, 74, 145, 149, 155 

Yaket, Sheila 83 

Yates, Morgan 95 

Yetgin, Marc 89 

Yookstetter, Doieen 89 

Young, Cliff S3, 114, 143 

Yurman, Lana 74, 83 

Yurman, Regina 74, 158, 152 

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Zall, Jonathan 95, 114 

Zall, Richard 74 

Zane. Benny 31, 98 

Zaslav, Daniel 95 

Zateslo, George S3. 123 

Zebrack. Sheila 74, 148 

Zeiler, Claudia 89 

Zelaya. Joe 95, 105, 123 

Zeltzer, Paul 44, 75, 143, 150, 151 

Zerman, Geraldine 95, 158, 160 

Ziedman, Sheila 83, 155. 156, 161 

Ziff, Lloyd 75, 152 

Zigman. Judy 75, S9. 156 

Zieman. Larry 95, 114, 115 

Ziman, Richatd 75, 98, 101, 115, 162 

Zimmelman, Jean 45, 89. 158 

Zinnet, Robert 95 

Zoline, Patticia 85 

Zovak, Dizie Lee 31. 135 

Zucket. Geotge 19 

Zucketman, Kenneth 43, 89, 154, 165 

Zukot, Abtam 95, 128 

Zweibel, Evelyne 89, 155, 158 



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