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Full text of "Elchanite (New York, N.Y.), 1968"

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Kabbi 'David Z^ Wemback, 
Mi^i^lstrator 



We live in a burgeoning, complex, prob- 
iematical world. 






Fleetingly our lives pass, and struggling 
we strive to build up a meaningful reality 
out of an inner and outer chaos. 



If life is a mystery and a puzzle, then it 
is one whose solution is further compli- 
cated by a firmly set time limit, for life 
advances inexorably. 





We believe, as Jews and as human beings, 
that this challenge of life can and must 
be met. 



Though beset by problems all the days of 
our lives, we believe that, given enough 
strength and determination, we will be 
able to set our sights on one final goal and 
work steadily towards its fulfillment. 




It is this challenge that makes life 
worth-while and ignoring it can only mean 
disaster. 




All decisions must reflect the pattern of a 
greater decision; that decision which a 
person has made as to how he will live 
his life. 



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Living is an art and an individual can be 
said to be truly creative only when he 
has taken the "Tohoo Vavohoo" that sur- 
rounds him and has transformed it into 
something both significant and substan- 
tial; something that transcends the petti- 
ness of the individual existence. 



It is not an easy task, for the road is 
fraught with pitfalls. 



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We, the graduates of YUHS, Class of '68, 
believe that we have been set along the 
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more and more our separate ways; yet to 
stop or to stray too far from the main path 
is to let the world, or at least our portion 
of it, lapse into chaos. 



re may not ao so, tor we nave a grave 
responsibility to ourselves, to others, and 
to Him Who is above all goals. 




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Possessing a unique dedication to the task of educating Jewish 
youth in a modern world, he has earned the esteem of all those who 
have come to know him. Exhibiting a genuine concern towards each 
and every student, he has been tireless in his efforts to foster a love 
and a reverance of Torah and its ideals. He has been more than a 
teacher, he has been a leader who inspires through example, and in- 
structs through understanding. It is with deep admiration and appre- 
ciation that the Class of '68 dedicates this year's Elchanite to Rabbi 
Moshe Rapps. 



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David Birnbaum 
Avram Stein 
Abbe Dienstag 
Steven Gross 
Stanley Friedland 
Lawrence Mittman 
Bernard Daina 
Noah Nunberg 
Joel Grossman 
Mitchell Marmorosch 
Andrew Eichenholz 
Shalom Leaf 
David Greenstein 
Norman Kram 
Steven Gross 
Jay Neuhaus 
Harry Bloom 
Eli Genauer 
Steven Heller 
Jay Rosenberg 
Mr. R. Bernstein 
Mr. H. Getter 



Editor-in-Chief 
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Consulting Editor 
Business hAanager 
Business Manager 
Art Editor 
Art Editor 
feature Editor 
Feature Editor 
Literary Editor 
Literary Editor 
Hcbreui Editor 
Copy Editor 
Photography Editor 
Photography Editor 
Sports Editor 
Sports Editor 
Typing Editor 
Typing Editor 
Faculty Adviser 
Art Adviser 



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Komi^n B. Abrams, 
m& Director, RIETS 




You are unique in that all of your four years of schooling have 
been spent here during the so-called space age. In that time you have 
joined in cheering man's successes in the realm of the unknown. You 
have also been disappointed at times, by his failures. 

While this age of space and the exploration of the unknown have 
generated excitement and unprecedented interest on your part, it is 
imperative that you recognize the responsibilities that this new era 
imposes upon you. 

We live now in a world divided — divided geometrically into two 
opposite ideological camps, with intense, almost mortal, strife between 
them, and engulfing all nations, great and small, threatening us with 
fatal annihilation. 

We Jews, in particular, are in the very midst of this struggle, and, 
unfortunately, we find ourselves in both camps. Diaspora saw to 
that. Because we are scattered all over the world, in all lands, we are 
ever engaged in fight — brother against brother. 

The Jew, at best, has found from age-long experience that, even 
in peace, he can survive only in a democratic world where liberty, 
freedom, and tolerance are the rule. 

We of the present generation have failed to make the world "safe 
for democracy." 

It must, therefore, be your duty and aim, in the years ahead, to 
remember all that you have learned here; you must carry these teach- 
ings into the new "world" you are about to explore. Whether or not 
you enter the rabbinate in later life, you must carry from this institu- 
tion of Torah, a message of faith to all men. It is your future.- but you 
must never lose sight of your responsibilities. 

You have performed well and we are very proud of your achieve- 
ment. We hope that you will re-visit your Alma Mater as often as 
possible. 



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Congratulations and best wishes upon the successful completion 
of your secondary school education. 

During your stay with us, we have tried to impress upon you the 
importance and value of a Torah education as well as provide for you 
the best possible secular education. It is our hope that this harmon- 
ious fusion of Torah and secular learning is deeply rooted and will 
bear fruit in a generation which will be devoted to the concepts, teach- 
ings, traditions, and ideals of our priceless heritage. 

May you all continue to be a source of pride and joy to your par- 
ents and to your Alma Mater. 




1<abbi David L Weinbach, 
Administrator, YUHS 




Charles H. Bendheim, Chairman, Board of Directors 

Samuel Levine, Executive Director 

Sheldon Socol, Director, Student Finances 

Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Manhattan 

Rabbi David L. Weinbach, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Brooklyn 
Rabbi Abraham N. Zuroff, Principal 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan 

Dr. Issac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 

r> c I D II ■ Martin Lilker, Administrator 

Dr. Samuel Belkin, ' 

President, Yeshiva University Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Brooklyn 

Dr. Issac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 

Alvin Kamber, Administrator 





Rabbi Abraham N. Zuroff, 
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ENGLISH 




Dr. Noah Goldstein 

i.A., Yeshiva, '48; M.A., Harvard '55; 
D.H.L., '59 




Mr. Rudolph Bernstein 

B.A., City, '35 





Mr. Alfred Shapiro 

B.A., City, '49; IVI.A,, City, '51 



Mr. Emanuel Bloom 

Dept. Ciiairman 
I.A., City, '29; IVI.A., Columbia, '31 




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Mr. Bruce Rachlin 

B.A., Yeshiva, '65 




Mr. Louis Cohen 

B.A., City, '27; M.A., Columbia, '47 



not shown: 

Rabbi Label Dulitz 

B.A., Yeshiva, '54; M.A., Yeshiva, '59 



] 



20 



Raw Materials and Foodstuffs Manufactured Goods 



SOCIAL STUDIES 




1821 



1850 



1880 



1910 



1940 



I960 



.870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 



DIRECT!, 
OF U.S 

(Late 1 




Canada 



Rabbi Morton Minchenberg 

B.A., Yeshiva, '61; M.H.L, '65 



cent of total exports. 




1789 1800 



1940 196 



I = ^IXTV /"" {a~ - y'^y dy ^ ^w [ " {a' - 2aY + y') dy 

j y= —a " J —a 



MATHEMATICS 



Example 6. Consider the soli 

y and the plane j^ = h; see Figure' 
p. We shall compute its moment 




mged by the substitution of —y for y, we 
= <3 to ofet 1/2 and then doubled. 



he elliptic paraboloid -^ + ri; = 

a- b- 

olid have constant weight density 
■cis and locate its center of gravity. 




Mr. Mark Schwartz 

B.S., City 79; M.A., Columbia, '31 





|val Q <y i 

• • • < yn 

mes perpen 

/al such th 



ision points 
allel elliptic 
Letjv* be a 



(A Mr. Jay Stepelman k, t 

\k = piVXj^Z Dept. Chairman '^^ ^^^ ^M ^ ^^^^ (1) 

^^ '^ Mr. Arthur Hymati ^^ weight ot this element to b( Mr. Samuel Grossberg s center 

^- B.S., NYU, '56; MA, NYU, '62 '^^' ^^"UUMgllHll^' ^ B.S., City, '27; M.S., City, '27 

(AAf j;;; = jv^^(A2£;;ft = p , . ^^^^^K^ifts moment for ytth element, 
Afa; = lim ) {t^lVm^ J^^^V^|^Hv-axis moment for solid. 

""-^ " /t = 1 ^^^B^^H 

But the equation of th W^^^^H*^^ Figure 12.8, is x'^/a^ = y, so 

that X = a -y/y. Similarly, the eoiiation of'^^^ie jyz-trace, is z^/b- = y, so that 
z = b ■\/y. Hence Rabbi Dr. Abraham Rapaport 

1^ B.A., Yesiiiva, '47; M.A., Columbia, '47; ,,o /o\ 

M p.H.D., Yeshiva, '52 rwabk^. (2) 



22 



t The area of an ellipse of semimajor and semiminor axes u and v is iruv. 



Periodic Table of llie Elements 



SCIENCE 



KEY 



Atomic weights conform to the 1961 values 
of the Commission on Atomic Weights. 



Atomic Mass ( Weight) _pj ^2 01115 +2 




;s are mass numbers of 
immon isotope. 



LANGUAGES 



lar, to help i 



yo 

tu 

Vd., ^1, el: 

nosotros, 

vosotros, 

Yds., ello 




I shall {will) 
help, etc. 

ayudare 

ayudards 

ayndard 

ayudaremos 

ayudareis 

ayudardn 




•'^^ to learn abrir, to open 



[will) 




Mr. Kalman Wellansky 

B.A., Brooklyn, '49; 
M.A., Brooklyn, '52 

aprenderemos 



I shall {wi 
open, etc: 

abrire 
abrirds 
abrird 
abrirt 

abrir^ B.A., city, -56; M.A., city, '62 

abrirdn 



^ik 



Mr. Howard Schoffel 




Rabbi Macy Gordon 

B.A., Yeshlva, '53; 
M.A., Columbia, '58 



Imperative 




30ud s 



coud f ' 

coud r. 

coud 

coud i"16M I cous ons 

C01 Dr. Sacha Charles 3us ez 




COT 



French 
Ph.D., Vienna, '24 



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cour rais 
cour rais 



cour s 



Ruhjunctive 




Mr. Harry Fried 

Dept. Chairman 
B.A., City, '15 

cous iez 
cous ent 



cour e 
cour es 



IMPERFECT 



cousis se 
cousis ses 
cous It 
cousis sions 
cousis siez 
cousis sent 

courus se 
courus ses 



Rabbi Solomon Rybak 

B.A., Yeshiva, '63; M.A., Yeshiva, '66 



Verbs Conjugated in 
Same Manner 






'K dre 
re 



Mr. Morris Goomnitz 

B.A., City, '20 

Concourir 
Discourir 



MINORS 



MUSIC 





^ 



Mr. Emery Grossman 



Cantor Macy Nulman 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



iJ 



Mr. Hy Wettstein 




Mr. Jonathan Halpert 




Mr. Howard Wettstein 




ART 



Mr. John Soble 




Mr. Herman Getter 




Mrs. Ella Soble 



GUIDANCE 



WKt^^y^ MR ■=«!«>/ \/s, 


IP?;'':: 





OFFICE STAFFS 




Naomi Gershkowitz 





Mrs. Millie Kandell 



Mr. George Finkeistein 

Administrative Assistant to tfie 
Administrative Director of RIETS 




Mrs. Sheinman 



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^ 



* ^ ^tto gorfe Cih, 



%, 



»/ 



TKB CLASS OF '68 




Jn tes^timonj^ toijereof u^ Ao^ a^d 



lb 



ou/r iia/ncUwrei lAa ^3 o!W c^ 



June 



^9 



66 



^ 


I 

Senior Arista 


Cey 


National Merit 




t 


Finalist 


^ 


Junior Arista 


f 


National Merit 






Letter of Commendation 


A 


Regents Scholarship 


c^ 


Notional Honor 




Winner 




Society Finalist 


4 


Regents Scholarship 


t 


Advanced Math 




Alternate 




Class (four years) 



Milton Ackerman 

A believer that "Knowledge is Power," Milt has been active in 
student government ... a garrulous debater ... an all around Young 
Israelite . . . stars on his Y.I. basketball team and is a youth 
leader ... a stamp and coin collector . . . plans to attend Yeshiva 
or City and eventually pursue a career in teaching after majoring 
in political science. 

I.Y. Newspaper Edifor 7-8, Actor E/chon/te-Sen/or Play 7-8, Cheering 
Squad 7-8, Manager, Pesach Provisions Cornmitfee 7-8, Representa- 
tive, Sophomore Council 3-4, Debating Society 3-4, Representative, 
Freshman Council 1 -2 





Harold Baron 



f :? 



^ jf ^ m ¥> ^ 



Four-year disciple of A. Waifish . . . favorite curve is x-(x--4) . . . 
still uses greasy kid's stuff . . . Yoga expert . . . has a perpetual 
San Juan tan . . . enjoys his week-ends . . . term-paper snatcher . . . 
will go far (too bad he started from the top) . . . anyone interested, 
call 992-0148. 

Sec'y, Student Council 1966, Office Squad 1-8 

.('1 /s nn'^yn iw) mmnu? 'jk '3 '':ixin "rx 



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Allen Berg 

Allen lives to the letter of his favorite quote: "A merry heart 
maketh a cheerful countenance" . . . one of the most enthusiastic 
and cheerful members of the senior class . . . enjoys all athletic 
activities . . . excels at water sports, especially v/ater skiing . . . 
member of the varsity sv/imming team . . . plans to study engineering 
at City University. 

Swimming Team 7-8, Basketball Intramurals 5-6, Junior Varsity Basket- 
ball Team 3-4 

.('n /s Di'rnn) n"?-"?! oar nin' iminm 



Marc Berlove ^ 

Voted "Best Dressed Senior" — Elchanite Senior Poll . . . Cantorial 
Training Institute prodigy . . . Moishe can always be found enter- 
taining his classmates in one way or another . . . alias Mr. Mumphry 
. . . has aspirations to the Presidency . . . has perfected the art of 
snapping his fingers . . . Chairman, Better Health League ... his 
goals after graduation include semicha, a Cantorial Diploma, and 
the study of classical languages . . . will go far. 

Class Representative 7 , Cantorial Training Institute 3-7, Learning 
Seder 7 






so I said to Kittredge 



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Michael Bermish 

A Zichron Moshe drop-in . . . enjoys collecting records and is a 
part-time waiter . . . no, he does not bleach his hair ... is an excel- 
lent dancer . . . enjoys sports, especially swimming and baseball 
and is a valuable asset to those teams ... his favorite summer ac- 
tivity is showing off his physique at Rockaway . . . hopes to go into 
the teaching profession after attending Yeshiva College. 

Baseball Team 7-8, Swimming Team 7-8, Representative, Class Coun- 
cil 3 

.(!'"' .1"'? D'Vnn) -ana naia •[•<T\sm yia -[iw^ nisi 





Allen Bezner 

Our "Bez" can often be found singing in the halls of Yeshiva . . . 
attended the Cantorial Training Institute at YU ... as a Bible 
scholar, he often amazed the good Rabbi Scheinberg (and was 
usually right) . . . the Bart Starr of the Yeshiva eraser league . . . 
will study the intricacies of the Bible at Yeshiva . . . hopes to 
eventually receive semicha. 

Cantorial Training Institute 5-6 




I run an orderly class, I can't tolerate 
extra tallcing 




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nba ^ ^T) ''nrmyni 




Manter Hall, why didn't I think of it? 




David Birnbaum 



(C> $6 S j^ 2 



The progressive half of the Elchanife, David came to us from 
Dov Revel where he was No. 1 . . . Hon. Literary Editor, Academy 
News ... is violently opposed to advanced classes — "they are 
self-perpetuating" . . . also apparently opposed to senior year class 
attendance ... in his junior year became MTA's first School Chairman 
of Intramurals ... a favorite disciple of Reverend Gordon — "Birn- 
baum, someone recently asked me what I have against you" . . . 
one of Yeshiva's fearsome foursome netmen . . . skipped after Rabbi 
Chait to become a 2-year man by Reb Scheinberg. 

Editor-in-Chief, Elchanite '68 7-8, Academy News Confributing Editor 
8, Compact Feature Editor 7-8, Captain Tennis Team 7, Debating 
Team 5-8, Emergency Squad 7-8, Tennis Team 5-6, School Chairman 
Intramurals 6, S.O.Y. Committee 5-6 



.(n"' ,T"t: 'X bn}7iv) nxin tvk\ nn ^21 



Aaron Blinder 



O <^ ^ S 



Came straight from the Yeshiva of Albany to a TA SHIUR 
amazed everybody with his quick grasp of deep Talmudical prob- 
lems ... the "Duke of Albany" is a three year man with the "Big 
Rabbi" . . . disapproves of the quiz system of education . . . enjoys 
classical, Hebrew, and rock music . . . seasoned resident of the 
dorm . . . active In extracurriculars . . . hopes to attend Yeshiva 
University or go to college. 

Awards Committee 7-8, Emergency Squad 7-8, Academy News typing 
staff 7-8, Class Representative 7, Canvassing Committee 6, Service 
Squad 6, Track Team 5-8, Chess Chairman 2 

.(y"> /x ninx 'pis) m'?ii' lim Di"?tr 2-ix ,]init. bTv TTn'pna mn 




31 





Is that what it is? I always thought it 
was broken 




Robert Block 



V *» 



Bob is a leader in Yeshiva . . . has a finger in every pot . . . 
President, Goldstein Organization ... in this capacity he has accom- 
plished a great deal . . . one of the most popular of our seniors . . . 
a favorite of Messrs. Aronson and Holzman ... an excellent Talmud 
student, he reached a college shiur . . . prides himself on being a 
great ham (radio operator) . . . will continue his education at Yeshiva 
University. 

President, Student Council 7-8, I.Y. Representative 7-8, Sec'y-Treas., 
Student Council 6, Reductions Committee 6, Provisions Committee 5-8, 
Activities Committee 5-6, Assembly Committee 5-6, Awards Com- 
mittee 1, 5-6 

.('J /' nnoK n'j'sa) rnx an'? 'isn 



Harry Bloom Q ^ Z t 

Harry is one of the few persons who have served on all of our 
school's publications . . . possesses one of the highest senior aver- 
ages ... is one of the few Tl boys to be allowed to study at Yeshiva 
College in his senior year . . . naturally, an Arista member ... a 
former boy scout, now active in Young Israel . . . reads histories and 
biographies . . . hopes to enroll in one of the Ivy League Schools 
and major in teaching or pre-law. 

Elchanite Sports Editor 7-8, Academy News News Editor 7-8, Hatcbiya 
staff 7-8, Compact literary staff 7-8, Captain Track Team 5-8, Base- 
bpll Team 5-8, Representative, Class Council 7 -8, Library Squad 7 -8 

.(!'"' /T D'TU/n iw) D'jimn isjn maon nns ,isjn -ms 




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1 



Jules Briskin 



* S 



"Julie" is one of the most active seniors ... a member of the 
chess and checkers teams and of the tutoring and library squads . . . 
believing strongly in being a man in a place where there are no men, 
he has taken it upon himself to manage our lost and found depart- 
ment . . . member of Arista . . . rounds out the rest of his time by 
reading, playing ping-pong, and working in the local teen-age con- 
gregation . . . plans to go on to Yeshiva College, where he will study 
Hebrew and history, preparing for a college-level teaching career. 

Tutoring Squad 7-8, Library Squad 7-8, Chairman, Lost-Found Com- 
mittee 7-8, Chess Team 7-8, Checkers Team 7-8 

.(V" /J mns 'pns -"'s))) ua^n nmi 'n mi ,i:a'n nni: mnnn nn 





Saul Brum 



$ 



Saul is one of our most studious boys . . . majored in jotto in 
Rabbi Isbee's class and has risen to the position of school cham- 
pion . . . lives on the West Side of Manhattan . . . likes to read, 
play chess, and collect coins . . . helped Mr. Holzman in difficult 
physics problems — was no help, however, with Mr. H.'s ofF-color 
jokes . . . hopes to major in electrical engineering at City University. 

.('2 ,'D 'K "jxiau^) aiDi Tina ,"71x11? lau^i 






Yesterday, we left Orphan Annie in o 
tight spot 



33 




Jonathan Buckwold 

Jonathan is one of the shining lights of this year's senior class . . . 
excels in all subjects . . . has the school's queerest schedule (chem- 
istry, physics, art, cantorial training) . . . has advanced to a RIETS 
shiur . . . studied calculus in the summer of his sophomore year . . . 
a finalist in the Merit Scholarships . . . will major in and hopes to 
make a career of math. 

Academy News Feature Editor 7-8, Mafh Team 6-8 

.{':. ,'3 '"jiffa) xnpn nra'? dx 'D 



George Burger ^ 

"Georgy Boy" is an excellent example of athletics coupled with 
academics . . . one of class' top scorers on Regents Scholarship 
Exam ... is proficient at basketball, football, ice skating, and swim- 
ming . . . also active in extracurriculars . . . worked for many school 
publications . . . did a fine job with tutoring squad (OK, so most 
of his students went to summer school) . . . one of the class math 
whizzes, George will use the knowledge imparted to him by Mr. 
Burton and Mr. Schwartz by majoring in math at C.C.N.Y. 

Elchanite typing staff 7-8, Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Tutoring Squad 
5-6, 8, Library Squad 5-6 

.('X nm KHi?''!) mon -a n^ip nyi 





34 



Whether or not it will rain tomorrow, 
I haven't decided yet 





Did you say asher yatzar? 



Guys, if you don't do your hiome- 
work, I'm gonna get toughi 



Daniel Chazin 



<> >^ r 



Comes from Yavneh Academy of Moscow . . . collects silver . . . 
seems to have developed great afFection for his ubiquitous tope re- 
corder ... a favorite of Rabbi Dulitz ... a peripatetic somnambulist 
of the first degree . . . noted for his history notes v/ritten in French 
... his classmates were shocked to find out that Danny was one of 
the youngest in the class . . . will attend YU where he hopes to 
have a renaissance. 

Elchanite record staff 7-8, Hatchiya Typing Editor 7-8, Math Team 
6-8, Elchanite typing staff 8 





Harvey Cohen 

Comes from Manchester, New Hampshire . . . has made learning 
and shmiras mitzvos the staples of his life . . . member of Bnai 
Avraham . . . Yogdil Torah ... a Shakespearian actor — has ap- 
peared in the "Merchant of Venice" . . . Mr. Bernstein's gum monitor 
(very diligent — earned $5 for Elcfiy '68 by auctioning off unclaimed 
gum) . . . might become on archaeologist after learning in Israef 
and receiving semicha at YU. 

Student Organization of Yeshiva 8 

.(X"' ,'D •'b^ufi) D"n n^w i? isidt-i iiai laT •'i ''3 



35 




Knock on wood! 





Who called me fatso? 



Lester Czuper 

Les has one of the most logical minds in our class ... is a whiz 
at math and collects coins . . . also excels in chess . . . earned a 
Certificate of Merit on the N.E.D.T. in his sophomore year . . . 
would like to major in accounting . . . hopes to attend City Uni- 
versity. 





Bernard Daina 

Coming from Oceanport, N. J., Bernie boasts that he is MTA's 
first "army brat" ... is school's top artist ... art editor on all major 
school publications including Elchanite '67 and '68 . . . Editor-in- 
Chief of the Dormacrat and active in many other Dorm activities . . . 
hates urban life . . . enjoys weight-lifting . . . Captain, swimming 
team . . . psychology and law at Yeshiva College or Rutgers and 
perhaps an army career. 

Ediior-in-Chief, Dormacrat 7-8, Academy News Art Editor 7-8, Dorm 
Council 7-8, Elchanite-Sen/or Play staff 7-8, Baseball Team 7-8, 
Track Team 7-8, Elchanite Art Editor 5-8, Debating Society 5-8, 
Compact Art Editor 3-8, Swimming Team 3-6, Elchanite art staff 3-4 

.{n"b ,-"'? maw '"ss?) -SK'ja "73 ms/y'? n"? nasn imx x'?a 



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Abbe Dienstag 



* ^ H ij- 2 



One of school's most popular . . . "Demosthenes" was chosen as 
"Most Outstanding Senior" by his class . . . one of the big brains 
of "A. P. Math Club" . . . Merit finalist . . . also managing editor of 
Elcbanife '68 . . . Miscellaneous Editor of Academy News . . . does 
a great deal and does it well . . . president of the youth group in 
his neighborhood . . . will attend Yeshiva University. 

Elchanite Managing Editor 7-8, Academy News Layout Editor 7-8, 
Emergency Squad 7-8, Chairman, intramural Math 6, Provisions Com- 
mittee 6, Yeshiva Bow/ Team 5-8, Debating Team 5-8, S.O.Y. 5-6, 
Math Team 5, Class Representative 2-3 



Arnold Druck * 

In T.A. for his first two days here, Arny beat a hasty retreat to 
the relative safety of T.I. . . . one of the Talmudical scholars of our 
class . . . enjoys stamp collecting and photography — with a "Brownie" 
camera . . . Co-Captain of his Young Israel basketball team . . . hopes 
to follow in the footsteps of his sister and cousins at Cornell, but 
probably will attend C.C.N.Y. 

Elchanite photography staff 7-8, Track Team 7-8, Intramural Basket- 
ball Chairman 5-6, Class Representative 3, Library Squad 7 -8 

.('3 ,t"D nnn) ninn pfs pTS 






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• 



Mark Dykan 

One of our Soloveitchik boys . . . the first surfer at YUHS . . . 
a devoted follower of Don Juan . . . strives to better himself . . . 
v^ell rounded individual who divides his time between his school 
studies and outside activities . . . enjoys ice-hockey and tennis . . . 
would like to become a psychologist . . . may study in Israel after 
going to Queens College. 

Handball Team 8, Baseball Team 7-8, Soccer Teom 7-8, Elchanite 
business staff 7-8, Tennis Team 5-8, Library Squad 3-4 

.(T'" /3 mnx ''i?^s) l'? "ii'it' 'i-'i^z' min inbb lasy ipm 





Yechiel Eckstein 

The Queen's gift to YUHS comes via Ottawa . . . "Yuck" is never 
without a smile or a yarmulka . . . chosen "Most Friendly Senior" . . . 
has been on and off the basketball team for two years . . . enjoys 
hockey and skating (as every Canadian should) . . . fabulous guitar- 
ist and singer (has appeared on TV) . . . plans to learn in Israel for 
a year before YU and a medical career. 

Debating Society 7-8, Handball Team 7-8, Varsity Basketball Team 5-8 

.(.T D''nD3) rmsa'? Tanpa vv-ii 





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Now listen I don't care what your 
mother told you 



Talmud Torah k'neged kuiam 





Isn't this an inspiring chagiga? 



You thinic you don't know what's 
flying? 




Andrew Eichenholz 

Nicknamed "Zebra" by Rabbi D. . . . shocked Mr. Grossman by 
introducing "Yeshiva Rock" with his band "The Opaque Lenz" . . . 
highest school score on Merit . . . enjoys creative writing, composing 
music, and reading . . . startled his classmates by introducing a 
Mussar magazine in school ... as Editor-in-Chief of the Compact, 
Andy got Compoct '67 out in January 1968 . . . hopes to major 
in business at Penn or N.Y.U. and then go to Israel to settle. 

Editor-in-Chief, Compact 7-8, Captain, Track Team 7-8, Academy News 
Feature Editor 7-8, Elchanite Literary Editor 7-8, Tennis Team 7-8, 
Soccer Teom 7-8, Captain, Checkers Team 5-8, Math Team 5-8, 
Compact Literary Editor 5-6, Intramural Checker Chairman 5-6, Can- 
vassing Committee 5, Secretary, Class Council 4, Track Team 3-6, 
Debating Society Pres. 3-4, Debating Society 1-2 



Norman Eisenberg "" 

Norm is an active guy . . . overflows with school spirit . . . likes 
ice skating and other sports . . . always has a cheerful countenance 
. . . favorite subjects are physics and math (although he admits lunch 
runs a close second) . . . active in Elchanite, Compact, and Hatchiya 
. . . tried in vain to get on Academy News . . . chess, checkers, 
soccer and track ... his favorite hobby — "bird watching"? . . . 
hopes to make math his major at City College. 

Hatchiya Managing Editor 7-8, Compact Business Manager 7-8, 
Tutoring Squad 7-8, Intramural Checkers Chairman 7-8, Checkers 
Team 7-8, Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Soccer Team 7-8, Track Team 
7-8, Chess Team 7-8, Reductions Committee 7-8, Assembly Committee 
3-4, Lost-Found Committee 3-4, Debating Society 3-4, Class Council 
Representative 3 

.{'1 /I •'bira) -a nvrna"? x\t D"n yy 




39 







Richard Feczko 



^ V' 



Fuzzy, an MDS graduate, is one of the class' most colorful char- 
acters . . . renowned for his daring prowess in basketball and other 
(for him) body contact sports ... a unique combination of brains 
and brawn . . . inspired by Mr. Finklestein's chem course, plans to 
major in chemistry at college. 

Actor, Elchanite-Sen/or Play 7-8 

.('n /^ max ''pns) dVij?"? -sai dv^'i^'? ns3 nam 'i^n 



Marvin Fiedler 

Hailing from MDS, this midtown cosmopolitan brought to MTA 
a feeling for learning not often found among Yeshiva students . . . 
an official member of the "Westside-New Jersey Country Club" . . . 
"Marvelous Marv" always tried to leave an impression on his Tl 
classmates . . . enjoys tennis, skiing, and listening to his record col- 
lection . . . Marv hopes to pursue a career in dentistry at college 
after spending this summer in Israel. 

Track Team 7-8, Compact literary staff 7, Library Squad 1-4 

.(:T n'^yn) n'jisa -\riv •'-fiibnni 




40 



George Finkelstein y /3 *». 

Hopes to go far . . . G.B.F. is N.B.A.'s left hand man . . . "Jodge" 
has endeared himself to freshies and suspended students all over 
YUHS . . . this candy-tongued young man in the seat of much 
responsibility has a big burden on his narrow shoulders . . . has 
made many a suspension note in "Kwadrupplit" . . . any reader of 
this biography not wearing a jacket and tie should "immediately" go 
to the office. 

Captain Vesf Squad 7-8, Elchanite feature 8, Yeshiva U. Underground 
Agent 





Martin Fisher 



«j, ^ ^ i^ S 



One of the bulwarks of the A.P. Math Class, Marty saw a distin- 
guished career in MTA . . . displayd his versatility as captain of both 
the math and handball teams . . . one of three National Honor So- 
ciety Finalists . . . enjoys playing basketball and debating vital 
issues . . . will pursue a career in medicine or dentistry . . . aspires 
to see ivy walls in college. 

Compact Literary Editor 7-8, Captain Math Team 7-8, Captain Hand- 
ball Team 7-8, Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Dormacrat Literary Editor 
7-8, Vice-President Dorm Council 7-8, Dorm Court 7-8, Baseball Team 
7-8, Chess Team 6-8, Debating Society 5-7, Office Squad 5-6, Chair- 
man, Math Intramurals 5, Representative, Class Council 4, 7 

.(''? nm maur vgy) "jyaa i-w 5?s2?n '?:> 





lillTml 



41 




Naftali Flaumenhaft 



S }h 



An ambitious and popular student hailing from Zichron Moshe . . . 
is also an avid movie and T.V. fan . . . enjoys reading science fic- 
tion ... a Letter of Commendation and Regents Scholarship winner 
... a dedicated member of the tutoring squad . . . has worked for 
both the Elchy and Compocf business stafFs . . . plans to continue 
his business education at the Bernard Baruch School of Business 
Administration. 

Handball Team 7-8, Tutoring Squad 7-8, Compact business staff 7-8, 
Elchanite business staff 7-8, Library Squad 5-6, Assembly Committee 
3-4, Reductions Committee 3-4 



Stanley Friedland 

Stan has had a successful business career at MTA as 2-year chair- 
man of the Reductions Committee and as Elchy Business Manager . . . 
one of the senior class' most proficient tennis players one of 
the captains, too ... an expert Baal Koreh . . . has discov- 
ered "something" in Harrisburg, Pa. to which he makes frequent 
pilgrimages . . . will major in math. 

Elchanite Business A^anoger 7-8, Captain, Tennis Team 7-8, Academy 
News typing staff 7-8, Elchanite typing staff 7-8, Chairman, Reductions 
Committee 5-8, Reductions Committee 1-4, Tennis Team 3-6 

.(D''sim'?''s- noia i"S5r) "jdh nVn: x\t minn 







42 



Don't bother me, I'm busy 



Listen, I'm only going to tell you 
one more time — out! 



Listen the marks you enter here 
absolutely must be positive 





Lawrence Furst 

Larry can often be seen strolling along with Gemora in hand . . . 
enjoys swimming and learning . . . had a distinguished career in 
politics as a Sophomore Council representative . . . always a good 
man to have around if you need some help . . . has friends in high 
places ... a Brooklyn faacfiur, he will study for the rabbinate after 
attending Yeshiva College. 

S.O.Y. Committee 7-8, Library Squad 7-8, Canvassing Committee 6-8, 
Swimming Team 3-4, Representative, Class Council 3 

.(:J'? r\2v '"sy) irrnnn obv ,12113 ab^:; 





Leon Galude 

One of the leaders of the Bronx rebellion . . . Leon is very versa- 
tile at sports, being proficient in both baseball and ping-pong . . . one 
of our most accomplished TA boys ... a distinguished library squad 
member . . . always available to help someone out . . . will probably 
attend Yeshiva College and eventually study law. 

Library Squad 7-8, Checkers Intramurals Chairman 3-4, Basketball 
Intramurals 1 -4 

.(■js-i- .1 .3) mix IT TX isnn dx 



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Arid, why don't you use some, Avi? 



Terry Gans 



* ^ 2 



The home town folks in Levittown, Pa., are real proud of their boy 
in the big city . . . received more than double his ad quota from two 
friends . . . likes motorcycles (especially Harley "Ch" Choppers) . . . 
adept at imitating teachers (most notably "Rudy") . . . charter mem- 
ber of A. P. Math . . . "Hell's Angel" Gans will major in pre-med at 
Yeshiva ... his sharp mind will enable him to specialize in anes- 
thesiology. 

Elchanite business staff 7-8, Office Squod 5-6, Class Council Repre- 
sentative 7, 3, Debaling Society 7 

.('1 /I miK •'pis) min x'7N mt: tk 





Eli Genauer 

A representative of Seattle, Washington . . . enjoys music and 
golf . . . loves the Supersonics . . . hates flying "Snakes" . . . quote — 
"Mom always liked him best" ... is school correspondent to that 
highly acclaimed weekly. The Jewish Press . . . manager of Basket- 
ball Team ... his excellent sports background, literary genius, and 
ability as an athlete enabled him to become sports editor of the 
Elchanite. 

Manager, Basketball Team 7-8, Captain, Tennis Team 7-8, Elchanite 
Sports Editor 7-8, Dorm Council 7-8, Jewish Press School Editor 7-8, 
Dormacrat staff 7-8 



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Eliezer Ginsberg 

A well-rounded individual . . . enjoys collecting stamps, reading, 
and listening to music . . . Gilbert & Sullivan Ensemble member . . . 
writes poetry in both English and an ancient Semitic tongue . . . has 
been seen distributing booklets of a suspicious nature written in the 
same mysterious language . . . dedicated malitz Torab, Eliezer has 
served as the Secretary-Treasurer of Keren Mashat and as a mem- 
ber of Bnai Avraham . . . constantly astounds his classmates by de- 
livering long and extremely erudite lectures during Rav Scheinberg's 
shiur . . . plans, the Lord willing, to spend some time in the Holy 
Land after graduation. 

Editor, Mussar Publicafions 7-8, S.O.Y. 8 

.(K"' /a mas •>p'\Q) ns'D inxa m->k^ tiq nn 



Neal Glazer 

A many-sided individual . . . known as the "Beast," Neal is a 
keenly competitive athlete ... an extremely able starter on the 
varsity basketball team . . . also enjoys reading and writing poetry 
. . . candidate for poet-laureate of our class? . . . would like to "open 
the world's eyes" by pursuing an English teacher's career ... a 
Merit Letter winner . . . plans to attend City. 

Baseball Team 7-8, Varsity Basketball Team 5-8, Junior Varsity Bas- 
ketball Team 3-4, Class Representative 2-3 

.('I ,y"2 matT) pnm npis nma 






Do I have to explain everything to .c 

you? 



Leonard Goldsmith 

Lenny, a boy from Monsey, has enlivened many a class with his 
highly original and entertaining statements ... his enthusiasm for 
Talmud led him to join Rabbi Alpert's Brachos shiur ... a renowned 
philatelist ... an MTA aquaman . . . also an adept Baal Koreb in 
his shul . . . plans to continue in YU and major in pre-med in prep- 
aration for a career as a surgeon. 

Hatchiya feature staff 7-8, Library Squad 5-6 





Bruce Goldwyn 

Bruce achieved distinction in MTA as one of our famous Great 
Neckers ... a Central Queens graduate ... is very active in com- 
munity activities, especially at his synagogue ... a natty dresser . . . 
has several pet interests . . . after graduation he hopes to attend 
Nev/ York University. 






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.How dare you say I fought for the 
South! 





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Neil Greenblum 

A real ham, Neil is the president of an amateur radio club . . . 
enjoys collecting records and butterflies . . . has some mysterious 
affiliation with a local Girl Scout chapter . . . known for his biting 
sense of humor ... a two-year man with the Reb . . . plans to go 
to college after graduation. 

Library Squad 7-8, Chess Team 5-8, Activifies Committee 5-6, Mathe- 
matics Intramural Chairman 3-4 

.(31D np'?) 310 l'71D ,310 ISIO 



David Greenstein 



4" S ^ 



A true Talmudist and Hebraist . . . one of the founders of Yagdil 
Torah . . . Hebrew editor of the Elchy . . . has selected the turtle as 
his model by realizing that progress can be made only if one is 
willing to stick out one's neck . . . Merit Finalist . . . tries to play as 
much football (or hockey) as possible during recess ... in his spare 
time, he reads, learns or plays chess . . . will attend YU where he 
will pursue a career in philosophy. 

Elchanite Hebrew Editor 7-8, Debating Team 7-8, Academy News 
Feature Editor 7-8, Editor, Yagdil Torah 5-8, Emergency Squad 5-6 

.(T"' ,'3 m3x 'pns) i:is-i ■'asa irsi '71:3 naixn insi -li'y 




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Hey! You're not allowed to take my 
picture 



So when we couldn't answer any 
Yeshiva Bowl questions I just discon- 
nected their buzzers 




Gabriel Gribetz 

Continuing the long line of Gribetz's to attend our sacred Yeshiva, 
"Gentle Gabe" came to us from Yonkers Yeshiva . . . well-liked and 
feared among his classmates . . . served diligently as class repre- 
sentative . . . Gabe's strong physique enables him to enjoy boxing 
and football ... a major asset to our track and swimming teams . . . 
Gabe plans to join the Gribetz team of M.D.'s at Yeshiva College. 

Track Team 5-8, Swimming Team 1-2, Represenfative, Class Council 3 

.('K ,'-! maK vns) nx' nx u^aisn -toj infs 



A. Jeffrey Grob 

Our own Robert E. Lee comes from Portsmouth, Virginia ... a 
philatelist and numismatist . . . gained coveted berths on our school's 
track, soccer, and baseball teams . . . our snowman is known for 
his biting questions in Mr. Aronson's class . . . did a spectacular job 
with our team jackets . . . will become a lawyer after attending YU 
where he will major in political science . . . "The South shall rise 
again." 

Dorm Council 7-8, Baseball Team 7-8, Soccer Team 7-8, Track Team 
7-8, Intramural Football Chairman 7-8, Library Squad 5-6 

•Cn 'nan .i'jd) naan'? i"d may 




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Steven Gross 



^ 4> 'M i z 



Known for his sharp dress, Stevie is one of the keenest members 
of the senior class . . . has borne the vicissitudes of school life with 
calm spirit . . . the power behind the throne of both the Academy 
News and the Ekhanite . . . enjoys all sports, especially basketball 
... is a member of his own Young Israel basketball team ... as 
the Elchy photography editor, he has been seen running around the 
school without his camera with a peculiar smile on his face . . . will 
begin his education at the college of his choice. 

Elchanite Photography Editor 7-8, Academy News Copy Editor 7-8, 
Canvassing Committee 7-8, Emergency Squad 7-8, Student Court 
5-6, Chairman, Basketball Intramurals 5-6, Debating Society 3-4, 
Awards Committee 1 -2 





Joel Grossman 



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The gift of Pottstown, Pa. to Yeshiva . . . our comedian in residence, 
Jo-Jo is a big man around YUHS . . . enjoys reading, poetry, and 
sports . . . dislikes weight-watching and exams . . . stars in Yeshiva 
Bowl and Debating . . . also drops into class once in a while for a 
laugh . . . delighted Rabbi G. with his "Under the Dome" column . . . 
reached Talmudic heights in Rabbi Aberman's shiur . . . Letter of 
Commendation winner ... is constantly pursued by Central girls . . . 
will try to evade them at Penn where he will major in psychology. 

Dormacrat staff 7-8, Elchanite Feature Editor 7-8, Academy News 
Feature Editor 5-8, Assistant Director, Elchanite-Sen/or Play 7-8, 
Yeshiva Bowl Team 5-8, Captain, Debating Team 5-8, Service Squad 
5-6, Vice President, Class Council 5, Debating Society 3-8, Debating 
Team 3-4 

,(pn"s pns'''? nra nax) nasn"? r]i?wn -aan"? p'o 





Why did they have to make black- 
boards block? 



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Jack Hankin 

One of our students from the model city — New Haven, Conn. . . . 
plays guitar, sings, writes poems, and hunts tigers . . . knows all 
the words to more songs than anyone else in the school . . . pres- 
ident of senior class . . . very well traveled (three difFerent apart- 
ments in his senior year) . . . president of our "Beegee Fan Club" 
. . . captain baseball team . . . hopes to continue his education (but 
not at YU). 

President, Class Council 8, Sgf.-at-Arms, Dorm Court 7-8, Dorm Repre- 
sentative 7-8, Dormacrat Musk & Features Editor 7-8, Swimming Team 
7-8, Compact copy stoff 7-8, Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Secretary, 
Class Council 6, Library Squad 5-6, Baseball Team 5-8, Track Team 
5-8, Office Squad 1-2, 5-8, Class Representative 1-2, 6 



Barry Hartman 



Comes from Yeshiva Zichron Moshe . . . extremely personable and 
amiable . . . enjoys learning . . . baal-koreh in his shul on Shabbos 
. . . makes the scene in the Bronx . . . meticulous dresser . . . wants 
to enter a professional field after college and will continue at 
Yeshiva. 



Hatchiya copy staff 7-8 



.(:ip im-ao) 'jya ks'? xiam 






and after we blow up the dome, we 
sabotage . . . 



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Jonathan Heiliczer 

The sole remaining import from Lakewood, N. J. . . . collects coins 
and plays golf . . . spent most of his sophomore year in Europe . . . 
a starter on the swimming team . . . Elchanite photo staff . . . plans 
to enter the field of medicine . . . has a good sense of humor (as 
Rabbi Dulitz will certify) and a very flexible body. 

Elchanite photo stoff 7-8, Swimming Team 7-2, 5, 8, Student Coun- 
cil I -2, 4 

.(mnx 'p-is) •i^:i1r] 'isa naiy- •)^i tk 





Steven Heller 

The farm-boy from Vineland migrated to Brooklyn during his junior 
year ... a lover of mankind, Steve is slow to anger . . . Steve enjoys 
records, sports, and chess . . . most decorated room in the dorm . . . 
Dorm Court Chief Justice . . . captain, handball and basketball intra- 
mural teams . . . chess and checkers teams . . . Compact and 
Elciianite typing editor . . . after MTA it's Brooklyn College and 
math. 

Elchanite Typing Editor 7-8, Dorm Gabbai 7-8, Captain, Handball 
Team 7-8, Elchanite-Sen/or Play staff 7-8, Dorm Council 7-8, Chess 
Team 7-8, Chief Justice, Dorm Court 7-8, Treasurer, Class Council 6, 
Compact Typing Editor 5-8, Debating Society 5-8, Checkers Team 5-6, 
Intramural Basketball Chairman 5, Office Squad 5-6, Handball Team 
5-6, Dorm N. Y. Times Salesman 3-4, Academy News layout staff 1-2 
Tennis Team 1 -2 



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Martin Herzberg 

An extremely likeable fellow . . . has made on impression on his 
classmates . . . enjoys chess and checkers and is a member of both 
these teams ... a proficient basketball player, was a member of 
the J.V. . . . avid numismatist . . . despite the fact that as yet he 
has not succeeded in proving Euclid's 5th postulate, Marty plans to 
become a mathematician . . . he'll attend YU. 

Checkers Teom 5-8, Junior Varsity Baskefbail Team 3-4, Chess 
Team 3-8 






Paul Hochsztein 

Though coming from public school, Paul has managed to make his 
way to a TA shiur ... a very ambitious student and an Arista 
member . . . musically inclined, Paul plays the accordion . . . active 
both in and out of school . . . the "King" is secretary of a boy's 
club . . . reads a lot of books of historical interest . . . will prepare 
for a career in that field at the college of his choice. 

French Socieiy 7-8, Elchanite business staff 7-8, Reductions Com- 
mittee 7-8, Tutoring Squad 5, 7-8, Chess Team ]-2, 7-8, Representa- 
tive, Class Council I 



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Arthur Horowitz S 

Member of the famed Od Yishoma Five . . . entertains at weddings 
and Bar Mitzvahs . . . believes in the Golden Rule . . . star of bowl- 
ing team . . . well dressed . . . plans to prepare for a career as a 
C.P.A. at Yeshiva University. 

Elchanite record s1aff 7-8, Bowling Team 7-8, Library Squad 5-6 

.('n /a max 'pis) nasn nana t:2W nma 



Michael Ickow 



* S jf- 



Has a fine record of service to the Yeshiva . . . member of various 
committees and member of the soccer team . . . famed for his daring 
run-ins with various members of the administration . . . Ick's favorite 
quote: "Satan can cite scripture for his purpose" has been useful 
in avoiding some of the pitfalls of Yeshiva life . . . enjoys electronics 
. . . plans to attend the N.Y.U. School of Engineering and major in 
nuclear engineering. 

Tutoring Squad 7-8, Debating Society 5, Awards Committee 3, 
Elchanite typing staff 2, Academy News typing staff 2, Soccer Team 
1 -2, Debating Team 1 

.('3 n'jyn) naps in mx xn' oViy'? 






Vhat ore zey doing in zer? 



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Lawrence llson 



V ^ z: 



Entered Rabbi Dulitz's stimulating shiur after two tepid years at 
Bronx Science . . . sincerely devoted to Torah . . . has undergone a 
spiritual metamorphosis here . . . also does well in secular studies . . . 
hopes to combine careers in the rabbinate and bio-chemistry at 
Yeshiva College. 

Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Elchanite record staff 7-8, Chess Team 7-8, 
Learning Shiur 7-8, Tutoring Squad 5-8 

.('1 /I max p"is) D'TaVrin '7is'7S2 -nnnn pma n^jpi rrnnn 





Marc Jablon 

Jabby is a graduate of Dov Revel . . . active in school and home 
activities ... is a fine Talmud student and is in a college shiur . . . 
although he gets to bed late at night, he catches up on his sleep in 
class . . . carried the senior class election on the basis of his 
speech ... an accomplished pianist . . . plans to enter YU or Penn on 
a football scholarship. 

Elchanite Assistant Managing Editor 7-8, Tutoring Squad 7-8, Reduc- 
tions Committee 7-8, President, Class Council 7, Representative, Class 
Council 3 






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7, 8, 9, 10, Ready or not, here I 
come! 







Leonard Jacobs 

Has shown the ability to get along well with the members of the 
class ... a sports enthusiast, Lenny "Baby" Jacobs (LBJ) also collects 
coins ... a talented swimmer and guitar player ... a Bronx 
Bomber . . . plans to prepare for a career in biology at either City 
or YU. 

Hatchiya managing staff 7-8 

.(T"3 ,-"3 n'u^xin) D'^-K mv an u^'x npy 



Gerald Jakubovics 

A member of the chess team and a graduate of Zichron Moshe 
Yeshiva . . . has impressed friends with his honesty and sense of 
humor . . . very outspoken . . . was strong supporter of Barry Gold- 
water in '64 . . . hobbies include reading, collecting coins, and 
playing basketball . . . always seen with a smile on his face . . . 
had a lot of fun taking Drivers' Ed.(but we're not sure of Mr. Gold- 
stein) . . . plans to further his good will towards others through a 
career in medicine . . . will attend Yeshiva. 



Chess Team 7-8 



.(onva"? cn'jsn) '?3n bv man m:'73Dn 




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Richard Joel 



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Richard Joel (what's his last name?) is an all-around student . . . 
active both in and out of school ... in the belief that one should 
support what one feels is important, he has done volunteer work 
in a home for the aged and is an officer in the neighborhood syna- 
gogue's youth group . . . plays the accordion and is interested in 
photography . . . was one of Rabbi Minchenberg's prized stu- 
dents ... a Letter of Commendation winner, he plans to major in 
law and government at Yeshiva or N.Y.U. 

Tutoring Squad 7-8, French Society 7-8, Chairman, Checkers Infra- 
murals 7 , Represeniative, Class Council 2 

.('N /x DiV-n) D'yu^T nsya i?- x"? nirx wnn ni:;x 



.. .J% 



John Joseph 

Lively and good natured, Johnny has spent most of his school 
years running in pursuit or away from (mostly the latter) his class- 
mates whose mock (and sometimes real) ire he has aroused . . . with 
a Hebrew name like "Yoseph Yoseph" who could guess that Rabbi G 
and "Tachanun" would ensnare Johnny . . . member of his Y.I. 
basketball team . . . numismatist and philatelist . . . plans to enter 
the field of medicine at college. 

Library Squad 5-6, Hatchiya manoging sfaff 7 




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Gary Kaufman 



^ i> i i 



Gary combines intelligence with leadership and popularity . . . 
has been a very active member of our class . . . v/as a representa- 
tive to the G.O. for three years, a member of the tutoring squad, 
chess team, and track team . . . also feature editor of the Haichiya 
. . . likes to follow sports and current events and believes in action 
("ask not what you can do for your country; go out and do iti") . . . 
Gary plans to attend YU, to major in political science, and to 
eventually get semicha. 

Elchanlte Hebrew staff 7-8, Elchanite managing staff 7-8, Hatchiya 
Feature Editor 7-8, Yesbiva Bowl Team 7-8, Chess Team 7-8, Captain, 
Track Team 5-8, Tutoring Squad 5-8 





Michael Kinderman 

Having served four terms as a class representative to the G.O. 
and also as president of a local youth group, Michael is proof that 
one can be quiet and popular at the same time . . . activities in- 
clude several terms on the chess team and library squad . . . finds 
greatest joy in showing home movies and reading (especially English 
literature) ... his favorite saying is by Emerson: "The only way to 
have a friend is to be one" . . . plans to major in literature at 
Yeshiva College. 

Chess Team 7-8, Library Squad 7-8, Chairman, Checkers Inframurals 
6, Representative, Class Council 2-4, 6 

.(T'D /3 nmx VIS) i'?u;3 t'tj; n'an inin 1133 ',T' 






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Samson Kleinman ^ 

Samson plans to follow family tradition as he continues his studies 
at YU in preparation for semicha ... a high-ranking student in 
both English and Hebrew departments ... in addition to majoring in 
Classical Languages, he hopes to pursue Semitic studies for a better 
understanding of our sacred Biblical writings ... an Assistant Editor 
on Hebrew staff of the Elchy and a member of the French So- 
ciety . . . also a veteran Baal Koreh. 

Elchanite Hebrew staff 7-8, Elchanite managing staff 7-8, Hotchiya 
staff 7-8, Tutoring Squad 7-8, French Society 7-8, S.O.Y. Committee 
6, Reductions Committee 5-6, Service Squad 5-6, Library Squad 5-6 

.('3 ,n"3i? D'''?-n) i"? aiDi inu'K -"jSKn '3 isd yn' 



Howard Kohn 

A Dov Revel alumnus hailing from Forest Hills . . . star Spanish 
student and stalwart Yankee fan ... a favorite of El Senor B. . . . 
president of Young Israel of Forest Hills Pre-Collegiates . . . former 
co-chief of Y.I.F.H. youth minyan ... a fine student and first rate 
friend . . . hopes to become a lawryer after attending YU. 

Elchanite managing staff 7-8, Elchanite business staff 7-8, Office 
Squad 7-8, Library Squad 7-8, Provisions Committee 6, Reductions 
Committee 5-6, Representative, Class Council 2-3 







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. . and their exits, thank G-d 



Sheldon Kohn 

Shelly is one of the top Tl men around . . . enjoys photography, 
electronics, and strumming his guitar (though he knows only one 
song) ... is a fine tennis player . . . often astounds Rabbi Dulitz 
by doing his homework . . . did such a fine job on the library squad 
during his first term, that he was appointed for a second . . . hopes 
to major in engineering. 

Bowling Team 7-8, Tennis Team 7-8, Library Squad 7-8, Activities 
Committee 2 

.(.ns ,X)"-2) nasns '?''yia a'^iya r^ 





Charles Kornfeld 



S 1^ 



"Chatzky" is an all-around well-developed guy . . . advanced to 
Rav Lichtenstein's shiur in RIETS ... is extremely studious and takes 
pains to accomplish his aims . . . one of Kalman Wellansky's fa- 
vorites (actually came to class once in a while!) ... is very fast and 
a fine football player . . . plans to attend City College after high 
school and learn (of course). 

.(TO /n mas vis) na s'?i3i na ism na isn 



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Samuel Koslowsky 

An active student in many phases of school life . . . avid chess 
player . . . great skill in this field enabled him to be a multi-term 
chess intramural chairman as well as a chess team member . . . 
helped in the writing of several school publications . . . also active 
and able member of the Tutoring Squad. 

Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Compact literary staff 7-8, Chess Intra- 
mural Chairman 5, 7-8, Tutoring Squad 5, 7-8, Checkers Intramural 
Chairman 5-8, Chess Team 5-8, Awards Committee 1-4, Activities 
Committee 7 -4 

.(V'3 /3 'K '7H^7i■s;) 21D1 '?i5i ^'7^^i Vxian? nyjm 





Leon Kozak 

Four years of "Mission Impossible" have not dulled his lively spirit 
. . . very active student . . . Leon was a student government repre- 
sentative in each of his first three years here ... six terms on the 
Library Squad . . . also Captain of the Kalamazoo State Hockey 
Team for three years . . . likes sports, particularly billiards (pool) . . . 
received an Honor Certificate in the N.E.D.T.'s . . . sharp wit and 
believable impersonations kept us rolling . . . honesty and love of 
Torah endeared him to certain analytic rabbis ... is planning to 
study law after attending YL). 

Library Squad 6-8, Representative, Class Council 3-4, 6, Activities 
Committee 2, Reduction Committee 1 

.('X /x D''7-n) ati"'' k"? d's'? ainam 



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Norman Kram 



C> S j<^ 2 



Came to us from Yeshiva Soloveitchik, where he was valedic- 
torian . . . had the unique honor of being a three year man with 
the "Big Rabbi" and a two year man with the "Little Doctor" . . . 
if Norman remains at MTA next year (as Rabbi Dulitz has promised), 
he will undoubtedly surpass the one billion mark in service credits 
accumulated . . . outdid himself in his vigorous and hard-hitting 
editorials in the Academy News, which he co-piloted . . . hopefully 
will take the giant-step across the street to the college of his choice. 

Editor-in-Chief, Academy News 7-8, Elchanite Copy Editor 7-8, Chair- 
man, Canvassing Committee 7-8, Awards Committee 7-8, Secretary, 
I.Y. Council 7-8, French Society 7-8, Student Court 7, Math Intra- 
mural Chairman 7, Class President 6, Debating Team 5-6, Class 
Representative 4, Debating Society 1-2, G.O. Representative 1-2 

.(]"•' n mnx •'p^s) nn-'ni "75? nViy niD ots nnni 



Eliyahu Ladell 

A subtle sense of humor and his camaraderie have helped Elyo 
gain the respect and friendship of his classmates . . . enjoys tennis, 
swimming and learning ... a staunch supporter of Bnai Akiva . . . 
will begin the long haul towards becoming an M.D. at Yeshiva Uni- 
versity . . . hopes to eventually settle in Israel. 

Reductions Committee 7-8, Academy News typing staff 7-8, Library 
Squad 5-6, Office Squad 3-4 

.('ironnD iinv) inmu u^m' 'm inain niyy 




>(E5Hiv^uHiesirr 






. . and I would also suggest a roof 



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Philip Landa 

Filanda enjoys photography and sports ... an avid Giant fan . . . 
easily the most wanted cloak and dagger man in the senior class 
... a favorite of all his teachers . . . started his ov/n "key club" . . . 
hopes to major in liberal arts or go for semicha at Yeshiva. 

Library Squad 7-8, Handball Team 7-8, Baseball Team 7-8, Elchanlte 
photo stoff 7-8, Library Squad 1-2, 7-8 

.(a'"" ,T"D ri'ifsiD '"sy) "pan it-i Van it 





Sanford Landa 

"Fot" has left a great mark on Yeshiva and upon his fellov/ 
students . . . worships basketball ... a favorite of Dr. Goldstein, 
Rabbi Handel, and R. K. . . . an important and stimulating addition 
to the Elchanite business staff . . . hopes to go into law. 

Elchanite business sfaff 7-8, Basketball Iniramurals 3-4 

.('X ,"! max VIS) oiit. "jaa lai'?- nan inrs 




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I wonder why they always seat me 
separate from the other guys 






Howard Langer 

Howie has gone from a freshman to a senior shiur in three 
years ... he is a drama-nut . . . works in his spare time at the N. Y. 
Shakespeare Festival Theater ... is one of the Compact literary 
editors . . . also on Elchy literary staff, tennis and chess teams . . . 
Howie plans to be either a director or playwright . . . has made a 
good start towards either by publishing plays in the Compacf . . . 
will attend the college of his choice. 

Academy News feature staff 8, Compact Literary Editor 7-8, Tennis 
Team 7-8, Chess Team 7-8, Eichanite literary staff 7-8, Compact 
copy staff 5-6, Checkers Teom 5, Debating Society 3-4, Awards 
Committee 3 



Shalom Leaf 



¥> 



A man of letters of first order . . . one of our school's top scorers 
on the Regents Scholarship Exam . . . A. P. Math . . . Junior 
Arista ... a two-time class representative ... is always willing to 
analyze someone . . . one of our top debators, Shalom gained 
a captainship on the team . . . will continue at YU. 

Eichanite Literary Editor 7-8, Compact Literary Editor 7-8, Tennis 
Team 7-8, Captain Debating Team 7-8, Actor Elchanite-Senior Play 
7-8, Debating Team 4-6, Reductions Committee 6, Service Squad 5-6, 
Representative Class Council 3-4, Debating Society 1-3 

.('1 r^Piy '"25?) n}bwn n'7K 'PKnw''? riDin i?nna ''?3 rs 




4i^ 



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I knew you'd come around sooner or 
later, baby 




Harry Leginsky 

A Westville (New Haven) gift to the Dorm . . . helps stabilize the 
senior floor . . . "Legosy" plays clarinet and enjoys reading . . . 
has great basketball form ... his quick wit often vexes his less be- 
loved teachers ... a lofty idealist . . . hopes to go to Israel to 
settle some day . . . looks to YU or NYU for a future in the field 
of psychology. 

Elchanite Assistant Feature Editor 7-8, Debating Society 5-6 

.(D'ny ri3-K — -'?5n) ira' iixi ia"n on 'a 



Jerry Leibler 

Despite four harrowing years of "those rabbis" at Yeshiva, Jerry 
has managed to remain a rugged individualist . . . enjoys basketball 
and other body contact sports . . . also enjoys reading and weekend 
trips to Yale U. . . . can often be found around the halls or locker- 
room commenting upon the actions of some pedagogue . . . plans 
to enter Boston University and major in law. 



Student Court 3-4 



.(ms''?a- •>i'>is) n'S2-b isio nsiinn"? I'D'a- '?d 




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Morty Lempel 

Good-natured and personable . . . "Lampoon" has taken school 
life In his stride ... an outstanding athlete, Morty is a starter on 
the basketball squad whenever he is on it ... a distinguished mem- 
ber of the track and baseball teams ... in his spare time, he collects 
stamps, coins, and enjoys grease-monkeying around cars . . . plans 
to major in pre-med so he can find out more about bodies (as if 
he didn't know enough already). 

Baseball Team 7-8, Handball Team 7-8, Varsity Basketball Team 5-8, 
Library Squad 5-6, J.V. Basketball Team 1-4, Representative Class 
Council 1-2 





David Levin 

This Tl man from Jackson Heights is a renowned Academy News 
typing editor and also a hard-punching member of the Elchy busi- 
ness staff ... is on the Hatchiya . . . (what is a Hatchiya?) . . . 
enjoys working with coins, stamps, and girls . . . active and en- 
thusiastic athlete . . . plans to attend City or Yeshiva and become a 
research chemist or mathematician. 

Elchonite business staff 7-8, Academy News Typing Editor 7-8, Track 
Team 7-8, Hatchiya literary staff 7-8, Library Squad 5-6 





Rabosi, mir vellen benchen 



One more time, Wolfish, and you 
get this in your big mouth 



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Richard Levine 

Our man in Tl . . . enjoys music, sports, radio and T.V. ... is 
a big man in his Young Israel chapter . . . enjoys those Young Israel 
weekends . . . centers for Young Israel of Hillcrest basketball team . . . 
a leader of his youth group in shul . . . outstanding athlete . . . 
will go far. 

Track Team 7-8, J.V. Basketball Team 5-6, Representative Class 
Council 3-4 



Mark Levy 

A representative of our Forest Hills delegation . . . "LEVI" is a 
familiar face around our school ... is a sports enthusiast and ac- 
complished bird-watcher . . . a TA boy and favorite of all his rab- 
beim . . . active in school politics . . . Secretary of the senior class 
. . . will carry on Yeshiva's ideals and major in passing at the college 
of his choice. 

Secretary Class Council 7 , Baseball Team 7-8, Tennis Team 3-6, 
Representative Class Council 1 -2 

.(b"m naxa) ]wb- Tn mam D"nn 





Cannons to the right of me 



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Naftali Lewin 



* 4> 



^r A 2 



Tully really swings around our school ... a favorite of the Big 
Rabbi D. . . . enjoys sports and nnathematics ... a big gun in A. P. 
Math Class . . . Merit Scholarship Finalist . . . hard worker for one 
of our latest successes — Yagdil Torah . . . reached a high college 
shiur . . . will major in moth at YU and go for semicha 

Ed/for Yagdil Torah 5-8, Elchanite typing siaff 7-8, Math Team 5-8, 
Yeshiva Bowl Team 5-8, Awards Committee 3-4, Chairman Math 
Intramurals 1 -2, Representative Class Council 7 -2 

.('3 ,'1 nuK 'pis) n'?5?na m nn min ■na'^nn po^)3^e 'a '?3i 





Irwin Lieberman 

"It is better to live one day as a lion than a hundred years as 
a sheep" is Itzy's favorite quote ... a former Soloveitchik boy . . . 
now hails from Manhattan (10 Hillside Ave., 10040) . . . enjoys 
baseball, basketball, ping-pong, etc. . . . plans to prepare for a 
long life of happiness and prosperity at Yeshiva University. 

Good Guy 7 -8 

.(:iD mail '"sy) n'"?!? la^^y rraaiy 'aa x"?!* na'vna minn ri< 



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As soon as I finish this I have to get 
to shiur and then I have to prepare 
Macbeth and then . . . 



Raphael Marcus 

Came to YUHS from RJJ after his sophomore year . . . went imme- 
diately into Rabbi Lichtenstein's shiur . . . harasses Rabbi Dulitz 
daily . . . hopes to spend some time in Israel . . . will attend Yeshiva 
College. 



Sen/or 7-8 



.{y"> ,'K mas vie) mm'? pipai mnnn nx amx 





Michael Markovitz 



A If- 



One of our few SRH boys . . . "M-" plays classical guitar, flute 
and kazoo . . . collects records of the four B's (Bach, Brahms, Bee- 
thoven and Beatles) . . . a TA boy . . . enjoys writing and astron- 
omy ... a candidate for poet laureate . . . made a big hit with 
Rabbi Scheinberg . . . Academy News and Compact . . . chess and 
checker teams captain . . . will attend City. 

Capiain Chess Team 7-8, Compact feafure staff 7-8, Academy News 
feature staff 7-8, Elchanite-Senior Play staff 7-8, Elchanite literary 
staff 7-8, Chairman Chess Intramurals 5-6, Representative Class Coun- 
cil 3-4, Chess Team 3-6 



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Mitchell Marmorosch 



§ < 



Class intellect . . . admires Dr. Rabbi Goldstein highly (when on 
top of tall buildings) . . . also a William Buckley fan ... a con- 
servative liberal, he would often be found debating Sir Stein (con- 
servative conservative) impromptu during history . . . starred in 
Rabbi Rothkoff's shiur . . . A. P. Math class . . . will continue at a 
City College or at Yeshiva. 

Elchanite Feature Editor 7-8, Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Debating 
Team 7-8 

.(:i n'7n?3) ■faxn ,nssai nyi' 



Ronnie Masliansky 

"Maz" is a familiar face in our hallowed halls . . . quite a sports 
enthusiast . . . made the scene at the G.O. last year . . . will defi- 
nitely be a big man someday (hopefully as a lawyer or teacher) . . . 
one of the few Rabbi D. leaves alone . . . will probably go to 
Yeshiva. 

Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Representative Class Council 6, Library 
Squad 5-8 

.(tro apy"? "?NnK) nsso np' nsis ,n!2K t't nxsa 





I'm back in my box again 



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Mark Meirowltz 



V 5? z: 



One of the few Breuernicks . . . versatility in sports includes 
breathing and walking up stairs . . . head mentor of Tutoring Squad 
. . . creator of French Society . . . active in Compoct, Ekhanite, and 
Academy News . . . plays piano . . . gansa-macher of A. P. Math 
Class . . . member of Arista . . . Chess and Checkers Teams . . . 
will study mathematics and language and pursue a college level 
teaching career. 

Secretory Class Council 8, Elchonite feature, literary and managing 
staffs 7-8, Academy News News Editor 7-8, Academy News typing 
staff 7-8, Compact copy stoff 7-8, President French Society 7-8, Chess 
Team 7-8, Checkers Team 7-8, Chairman Math Intramurals 7-8, 
Captain Tutoring Squad 5, 7-8, Tutoring Squad 6 

.(DnTa"? n'n'rsn) nyiu;'n nnsa — m:'?3o 





Jack Mintz 

Jack is one of the friendliest boys in the class . . . always very 
amenable . . . enjoys helping out in the library . . . also active on 
the football field (without sneakers) ... his main hobbies are coin 
and stamp collecting . . . a Tl boy . . . plans to return to his native 
land, Israel, next year, to continue his Hebraic studies. 



Library Squad 5-7 



.(n''DiDi'?''sn noia) n'Ti' — b^■m^ -ma- '?3 




''S\K'5 WHERE TO GO - 
HE'S IN THE know" 

DOUBLE "5" 

SELECTIVE SERVICE 

COUNSELING 
Ik Reduced rp-t-es to 

IVY LEA&UEL ACCEPTEE5 
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Are those really Mr. Holzman's? 




Lawrence Mittman 



<> ^ 3 



Of course, he was born on St. Patrick's Day . . . left MTJ to make 
MTA his alma-mater . . . has been active in school activities ... as 
Elchy Business Manager he's the one v/ho wrote all those nasty let- 
ters to your parents . . . also pops in and out looking for academy 
news — never found any . . . will go to YU next year. 

Elchanite Business Manager 7-8, Academy News News Editor 7-8, 
Captain Emergency Squad 7-8, French Sociefy 7-8, Spanish Society 
7-8, Treasurer Junior Class 5, Activities Committee 5-6, Assembly Com- 
mittee 5-6, Awards Committee 5-6, Office Squad 5-8 

.(T"t3 xT'D-13) E'sa ssia iJiHi 3mx 



David Monderer 

Mode a big splash in the swimming team . . . from Rabbi Jacob 
Joseph School ... a favorite of the great Rabbi Dulitz . . . hard 
working member of the Elchanite business staff . . . hopes to go to 
Israel eventually . . . after graduation he'll be off to the Baruch 
School of Business Administration. 

Elchanite business staff 7-8, Swimming Team 7-8, Academy News 
business staff 7-8, Chairman Checkers Intramurals 6 

.(D''r:Dn nnao) -aiKn'ri rn^n'? mnx — nasnn 




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Macdulifz doth come! 




Macdulitz hath conquered! 





Jay Narotsky 

Jay has brought inspiring leadership to the dormitory as president 
of the Dorm Council . . . responsible for the exciting features of the 
Dormacrat ... a very amiable fellow, he is a member of both the 
baseball and handball teams ... a leader of the debating society 
. . . will carry his powers of oratory to Yeshiva or the University of 
Connecticut. 

President Dorm Council 7-8, Baseball Team 7-8, Dormacrat sfoff 7-8, 
Handball Team 7-8, President Debating Society 5-8, Debating 
Society 1 -4 

.{crisn nnaa) xn" nbv pism nasnn i^'ina"? 'ixt 



Moshe Neiss 

Moshe's favorite saying is "When the going gets rough, the rough 
gets going" — very applicable . . . comes from somewhere out in 
the sticks of Nassau County ... a future rabbi and lawyer ... in a 
college shiur . . . head of the oflRce squad . . . kismet has proclaimed 
he'll attend Yeshiva University. 

Dormitory Council 7-8, Captain Office Squad 7-8, Baseball Team 5-8, 
Track Team 5-8, Class Representative J -2 

.(-"3 ,n"3 'K bK^av) Kin p laii/a 




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Alvin Neu 

Came to YUHS in his sophomore year ... is a fine athlete and 
enjoys all sports (especially tackle-football) ... his father invented 
the neuspaper ... is a favorite of Mr. K. Wellansky ... is one great 
big philatelist at heart ... his membership on the library squad 
gained prominence for him throughout the academic v/orld . . . next 
year plans to make the scene at Yeshiva College. 

Library Squad 5-6 

•n /n anm) mxn ■Tn' na'? nnVn '75; x'? 





Jay Neuhaus 



A member of the East Side gang . . . enjoys philately and photog- 
raphy . . . A. P. Math Club member . . . claims he believes in Rabbi 
Gordon . . . he's the one who's always walking around with a 
camera . . . heads the Bowling Team ... has often been on Rabbi 
Joe's couch . . . plans to major in engineering at C.C.N.Y. or Colum- 
bia (can't win them all, Rabbi). 

Elchanite Phofo Editor 7-8, Elchanite typing staff 7-8, Captain Bowl- 
ing Team 7-8, Compact p/iofo staff 7-8, Chairman Math Intramurals 
7-8, Tutoring Squad 6-8, Emergency Squad 5-8, Library Squad 3-5, 
Representative Class Council 2 

.(T"D nm n-'tt'Kia -"'m oixn nsr vbbvf^n 



VE5HWAV 

1 5 mi 





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Noah Nunberg ^ 

"Blue Eyes" is from Wheaton, Maryland . . . "Nunboig" was the 
object of Mrs. Sobie's affection (due to his artistic abilities) . . . Art 
Editor — Elchanite '68 . . . one of the stars of the Senior Class Play 
. . . enjoys woodwork and driving, among other things . . . Noah 
was one of Monsieur Clement's favorite students . . . our favorite 
Yippie will enter the engineering field after college. 

Elchanite Art Editor 7-8, Actor Elchanite-Sen/or Play 7-8, Academy 
News Sports Editor 7-8, Track Team 5-8, Captain Baseball Team 5-8, 
Baseball Team 1-4, Captain Swimming Team 3-4, Swimming Team 1-2 

.(rD /- m3N VIS) D'iaii'n^ T-ax iiST niu-'y'? nxD nai mn 



Barry Panzer 



^ 4 



Barry is a former public-school boy . . . accomplished a great 
deal through "yeshiva living" . . . enjoys learning Gemorah . . . one 
of the leaders of the "Bronx Mob," he's involved in community ac- 
tivities ... an advocate of "Jewish Power," Barry wants to become 
a rabbi and do some teaching. 

Elchanite Photo Editor 7-8, Academy News photo staff 7-8, Compact 
photo staff 7-8, Treasurer Class Council 7-8, Chairman Chess Intra- 
murals 7-8, Learning Shiur 7-8, Library Squad 7, Vice-President Class 
Council 6, Awards Committee 6, J.V. Basketball Team 3-4 

.(i'"" /3 mas ''pis) aiD a'? ,Disn na paTir -aiu -[-n x\-i it's 







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Come with me to the KASBA 



Kenneth Paretzky ^ ^ n f a ^ 

A Soloveitchik boy ... his logic and mastery of the English lan- 
guage have made him a star debater . . . National Honor Society 
Finalist ... a math whiz kid . . . active in school politics, having 
been a class official . . . has shown his keen mind by reaching a 
college shiur . . . good things come in small packages . . . hopes 
to broaden his knowledge of math at Yeshiva. 

Vice-President Class Council 4, 8, Emergency Squad 7-8, Captain 
Debating Team 5-8, Debating Team 3-4, Debating Society 1-8, 
Representative Student Council J -2 

.ni3Dn -i-'T) nax 1121 wst 





Norman Peck 

First violinist on our school orchestra ... 1 04 Melaney Drive, 
Monsey . . . diligent student . . . ambidextrous member of the swim- 
ming team . . . 10952 . . . Japanese cryptographer . . . avid note- 
taker . . . hopes to go far. 

Elchanite record staff 7-8, Swimming Team 7-4, YUHS Instrumental 
Group 1 -2 

.(2"'? ,i"D ^'?Tffn) T-y iDi"? inna biv^n 



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Gary Perl 

Getzel is one of the Salanter boys . . . collects 1 8th Century 
French coins ... is interested in the social sciences . . . intrigues his 
rabbeim no end . . . designated Spanish scholar . . . noted pool 
shark . . . wants to major in law at Yeshiva College . . . leading 
defensive player of the soccer team. 

Soccer Team 7-8, Class Manager N. Y. Times 6, Representative Class 
Council 1 

.(yc^i-"' ^bvf: "'sy) nasn -aT p D^a' ms td"i~3 





Harold Perl 



'^ ^ S 



Lion-hearted "Poil" has been a blessing to Coach Wettstein . . . 
has made this year's basketball team a smooth-working machine 
. . . three years in Rabbi Dulitz's class have improved (?) his love 
for Gemorah and the English language . . . will major in medicine 
at the college of his choice (see how much he loves Gemorah and 
English!). 

Captain Basketball Team 7-8, Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Emergency 
Squad 7-8, Baseball Team 5-8, Tennis Team 5-6, Basketball Team 5-6, 
Captain J.V. Basketball Team 3-4, J.V. Basketball Team 1-2 

.("I z"? •'bTva ■"'sy) nsa D':''3sa pimi 



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Curtiss Pulitzer 



t 



Coming from a long line of journalists, Curtiss enjoys wood- 
craft and ceramics . . . has continually served the school in a capable 
manner ... his curtesy has won him many friends . . . favorite 
quote, Ecclesiastics 4:9, 10 . . . has weathered the hardships of 
Tl . . . a baseball, basketball, and bowling buff . . . hopes to major 
in architecture. 

Bowling Team 7-8, Chess Team 7-8, Representative Class Council 1 -2 

.('J ,'3 'Vira) ana nau? -tt^'x"? nms 



David Pulver 



A J/- 2 



"EfFervescent" is the only way to describe Dave . . . one of the 
liveliest wires of our class . . . four years in TA have proven his 
dedication to scholarship . . . very active in extracurricuiars . . . 
typing editor of the Academy Nev/s . . . has demonstrated outstand- 
ing ability in math in the A. P. Math Class . . . will major in medicine. 

Academy News Typing Editor 7-8, Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Tutoring 
Squad 7-8, Chairman Math Intramurals 6-7 

.(V'm naxa) -jnnna yaa: im rx 





I'm also boycotting the Oympics, but 
for different reasons 




^— 



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Joseph Ratzersdorfer 



4> ^ 3 



Joe's sharp wif and keen intellect have served him in a good 
stead at YUHS . . . the ability to solve intricate problems has made 
him a mainstay of the Chess Team ... a great pianist . . . reached a 
college shiur in his junior year ... his love for Talmud has compelled 
him to continue his studies at Yeshiva. 

Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Tennis Team 7-8, Debating Team 7-8, 
Academy News Business Manager 7-8, Chess Team 5-8, Checker 
Team 5-6, Debating Society 3-4, Representative Class Council 2 

.('n ,D"' D'''?-n) T2;si nn'ira na-'an 'n rmn 





Alvin Reinstein 



a 



Al loves to read and study . . . handball player extraordinaire 
. . . enjoys all sports ... a favorite of Rabbi Chait . . . chess master 
... a quiet and amiable student, Alvin is an associate of the Solanter 
gang . . . will major in one of the sciences at Yeshiva or City College. 

Chess Team 7-8, Checkers Team 7-8 






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Jonah Rockoff 

Another Soloveitchik boy . . . passes hours coin collecting . . . 
distinguished tutoring career . . . was greatly intrigued with Mr. 
Miller's chemistry course . . . "Moby" has startled his senior rebbe 
with his unusual pshaiim . . . LO 9-3206 . . . plans to maior in math 
at Yeshiva College. 

French Society 7-8, Chairman Checkers Iniramurals 6-8 

.(P''i"x pnrj'''? n:'! nax) iiana x:ja lax: anix xsa 



Marc Rosen 

"Mendy" has gone through Yeshiva with a maximum output — 
and a minimum input . . . he's interested in photography, tape record- 
ing, electronics, and his guitar . . . put his varied talents to work 
for the Elchanite ... his favorite quote — "attendance at dis school 
vill not be tulerated" . . . hopes to go to Israel for a year and will 
eventually go into the teaching profession. 

Elchanite Record Monoger 7-8, Elchanite photo staff 7-8, Elchanite 
feature staff 7-8, Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Elchanite business staff 
7-8, Compact photo staff 7 

.(n-'2iDi'7''E- •'loia) -asm noias "jsct imKiv 121 -f? r^ 




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I remember one night when 





This is the only place where you can 
get kosher army surplus 




Yitzchak Rosen 

Yitz's love of creative writing made him the logical choice for 
literary editor of the Hatchiya in his junior year . . . interests range 
from psychology to Hassidic music . . . always available to help his 
friends when in trouble . . . will major in English at college. 

Elchanite Hebrew staff 7-8, Hatchiya Literary Editor 5-6 

.nijs iVira) i'7Dtt' pnnn Dix nn'tt' 



H t 2 
Jay Rosenberg 

One of many Yeshiva Soloveitchik graduates . . . likes reading 
and sports . . . heads bowling team . . . very active in extracurricular 
areas . . . typing editor of Elchanite '68 and photo editor of the 
Compact . . . Merit Scholarship Finalist . . . member of A. P. Math 
Club ... in senior year attended college Tl . . . hopes to study 
and eventually live in Israel . . . more immediately medicine at 
Columbia (sorry about that, Rabbi U.). 

Elchanite Typing Editor 7-8, Elchanite photography staff 7-8, Elchanite- 
Senior Play staff 7-8, Captain Bowling Team 7-8, Compact Photog- 
raphy Editor 7-8, Academy News typing staff 7-8, Academy News 
photography staff 7-8, French Society 7-8, Emergency Squad 7-8, 
Tutoring Squad 5-8, N. Y. Times Class Manager 5-6, Office Squad 
3-6, Representative Class Council 3, Library Squad 7 -4, 7-8 




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Jeffery Roth stein 

A Young Israel basketball buff . . . "Betsey" is one of the Salanter 
gang . . . collects stamps and coins . . . starred in geometry . . . 
an avid Knick, Met, and Jet fan . . . still has plenty of class spirit 
for our teams . . . wants to attend Yeshiva College and later be- 
come a doctor. 

Cheering Squad 3-6, Chairman Basketball Intramurah 3-4, Chairman 
Checkers Intramurah 3-4 

.(n2tt?'7 r\-\m naiau?) naxn iiay"? un"? inDi 





Joel Rothwax 

Comes from Monsey . . . interests range from philately to mechan- 
ics .. . high average and great disposition have made Joel a pop- 
ular member of the senior class . . . has been seen on numerous occa- 
sions v/ith Gemoroh in hand . . . active member of the Young 
Israel Pre-Collegiates . . . v/ould like to major in engineering at 
C.C.N.Y. 

Cheering Squad 7-8, Reductions Committee 7-8, Tennis Team 1-8 

.('K /I npn) D'asn iPia'is iist i'k 




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Leslie Rubin 

"Lindsay's" good nature and sense of humor ore his great at- 
tributes . . . Riverdale ... his hobbies are the theater (agrees with 
Rabbi Dulitz that all the world's a stage), chess, photography, music, 
and stomp collecting . . . enjoys ping pong, ice skating, tennis, 
baseball, and swimming ... ad infinitum . . . award winning debater 
at his Jewish Center . . . will major in political science. 

Elchanite-Sen/or Play siaff 7-8 

.(XT'siT T'D) n''r3sa n-'inm a-<-)?-> D'a-iK 



Lewis Rubin 4 

Participates actively in outside-of-school activities . . . enjoys ail 
sports, especially tennis . . . always willing to go out of his way to 
help someone go out of his way . . . has been inspired by Mr. Fried 
and has acquired a new love for French . . . Co-Chairman of the 
French Society . . . will pursue a career in one of the sciences. 

Elchanite typing staff 7-8, Bowling Team 7-8, Captain Tennis Team 
7-8, Tutoring Squad 7-8, Office Squad 7-8, Chairman French Society 
7-8, Reductions Committee 5-8 






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They just voted in Weinbach 



Rafael Safier "^ ^ 

An avid sports enthusiast . . . Rafe is a member of both the base- 
ball and swimming teams ... by virtue of his good-natured popular- 
ity, he has risen to Vice-President of the senior class . . . serves his 
community as a youth-group leader . . . reads the Torah in his shul 
on Shabbos . . . plans to continue his studies at Queens or City 
College and in Israel. 

Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Handball Team 7-8, Swimming Team 7-8, 
Vice-President Class Council 7, Baseball Team 5-8, Reductions Com- 
mittee 5-6 

.(r"D ,'- •''jtya) -sin Trni'sra is'S'i 





Paul Schneider 

A true Bangor Maniac . . . enjoys reading, photography, and 
weight-lifting . . . practices judo on his former friends . . . "Poopsie 
is a plane boy that likes flying around . . . "Baby" finds Physics 
fascinating ... a real Dormacrat . . . will major in engineering and 
attend YU. 

Elchanite photography staff 7-8, Elchanite orf staff 7-8, Swimming 
Team 7-8, Dormacrat Typing Editor 7-8, Dorm Court Justice 7-8, 
Office Squad 5-8, Library Squad 1 , 2, 5, 6 



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This about sums up the course 



Mark Schonfeld 

One of the class intellectuals . . . enjoys reading ... a member 
of the Tutoring Squad and Yeshiva Bowl Team . . . avid skier and 
swimmer . . . experience has led him to believe "In principio Mulier 
est homonis confusio" . . . disciple of the good "Rashash" (Rabbi 
Shmuel Scheinberg) . . . hopes to enter a career in law or journalism 
after attending Yeshiva. 

Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Actor Eichanite-Sen/or Play 7-8, Compact 
literary staff 7-8, Yeshiva Bowl Team 7-8, Tennis Team 7-8, Tutoring 
Squad 7-8, Chairman Math Intramurals 5-6, Office Squod 5-6 

.('X ,-"5? 'soa "na n) nran ny'jna nasn ma^'Ttt' rs 





Norman Schwartz 

A great asset to the Elchanite staffs of both '67 and '68 as well 
as to the Academy News . . . interested in music . . . has pursued 
great goals on the soccer team, of which he is captain ... on the 
sedentary side, he is a formidable chess and checkers player . . . 
plans to try a career in architecture or a related field. 

Elchanite photography staff 7-8, Captain Soccer Team 7-8, Bowling 
Team 7-8, Academy News Photography Editor 7-8, Chess Team 3-8 



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Myron Schweiger 



Q> ^ S f z 



"Schwig" has held top political positions since his soph year . . . 
was first Sec'y-Treasurer of G.O. ... a compulsive constitution 
writer . . . favorite hobby is model rocketry . . . member N.A.R. 
(National Association of Rocketry) . . . co-heads Academy News . . . 
leins for his youth minyan . . . intellectual achievements include com- 
pletion of a summer course in computers at N.Y.U. . . . starter on 
both math and track teams . . . aspires to be a nuclear physicist . . . 
will attend Yeshiva. 

Editor-in-Chief Academy News 7-8, Chairman Constitution Committee 
8, Emergency Squad 7-8, Yeshiva Bowl Team 5-8, Math Team 5-8, 
Class President 4-5, Sec'y-Treas. Student Council 4-5, Awards Com- 
mittee 2, 4-5, Baseball Team 2-8, Debating Society ] -4 

.(I"' .'■i, mas 'pis) np'ritt' nasn"? i"d 



Scott Seidlin 



^ S 



An all around student ... a star on our basketball team, Scott 
was a league all-star selection . . . Arista member ... a highly re- 
spected member of the senior class . . . though undecided about 
his future career, he hopes to have a meaningful and enjoyable job 
that will benefit himself and humanity . . . we are sure he will. 

Baseball Team 7-8, Emergency Squad 7-8, Varsity Basketball Team 
5-8, Class Representative 4-5, Junior Varsity Basketball Team 3-4 

.('2 ,'D 'X '?Kixi2?) Qyn '73>5 msj n'jyai "lasffi'a 





Sorry Terry, I saw her first 




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Marc Shaffren 

A Lubavitcher Yeshiva alumnus . . . has easily become acclimated 
to YU life ... a well-rounded individual . . . Marc reads and writes 
(poetry and short stories) . . . has interests that expand to such eso- 
teric fields as microscopic exploration . . . dedicated tutoring squad 
member . . . also a noted member of our track and soccer teams . . . 
his literary talent gained him many positions . . . plans to continue 
at C.C.N.Y. and major in engineering. 

Elchanite liierary staff 7-8, Compact Liferary Editor 8, Compact 
literary staff 7, Tutoring Squad 7-8, Track Team 7-8, Soccer Team 7-8, 
Checkers Team 7-8 

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Simeon Silman 

Hailing from St. Paul, he hopes to become a servant of the Lord 
. . . favorite quote: "Come forth into the height of things; let nature 
be your teacher" . . . Finalist in National Bible Contest . . . euphonious 
name . . . shipped from Rabbi Chait to Reb Scheinberg and then 
to Rabbi Parness ... a noted school theologian, he plans to attend 
the University of Minnesota. 

Representot;Ve Class Council 4 

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I got Kram, Birnbaum and Gross in 
one shot! 



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There it is in black and white- 
Shakespeare wrote Hamlet 



You passed, shmohawk! 






You give me a finger 



You are in my power 



Oh no! Hani^in published his notes 




William Singler 

A contributing member for the Jersey Branch of the New Jersey 
Country Club . . . "Wild Bill" teams up with co-pilgrims from the 
Garden State to attend our study factory . . . Will-Yum likes the taste 
of folk and rock music . . . however is apathetic to the insipid "Texas- 
Label" sound . . . athletically inclined, Willis enjoys, among other 
sports, basketball and football . . . hopes to pursue a career in law 
after attending YU. 

Cheering Squad 7-8, Elchanite art staff 5-8, J.V. Basketball Team 3-4, 
Library Squad 3-8, Awards Committee 7-2 



Jonathan Sklar 

A Sforim-Exchange student, Johnny comes from Lawrence, N. Y. 
... an earnest student of Talmud . . . first and only president of the 
"Rabbi Bohrer Fan Club" . . . spent a year in Israel before coming 
to YUHS . . . plays accordion . . . hopes to learn in Israel and then 
attend YU . . . will eventually return to Israel to live there perma- 
nently im yirtzeh Hashem. 

Compact typing staff 7-8, Chairman S.O.Y. Committee 8, S.O.Y. Com- 
mittee 5-7 




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and then the infant, mewling and 
puicing. . . . 



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Bernard Stahl 

A very avid member of the debating society . . . has demolished 
many Tl and English classes v/ith his incisive questions . . . one 
of the fev/ remaining masters of hall hockey . . . enjoys other sports 
too, especially old American favorites such as polo ... a lifeguard 
at the YU swimming pool . . . Bernard will continue to sleep at 
Yeshiva. 

Library Squad 3-4, Debating Society 1-4 

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Avram Stein 



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A politician "par excellence," Avi has served as a class officer 
twice . . . has been extremely active in all school extracurricular 
fields . . . reached his high point as Editor-in-Chief of Elcbanife '68 
. . . revolutionized the Elchanite with his conservative ideas ... a 
great admirer of Rabbi Dr. Goldstein . . . one of our East Side Gang, 
came to us from the hallowed halls of RJJ . . . official A. P. Math 
attendance taker ... a three-year man with the "Big Rabbi" . . . 
delighted the Big D with his great wit . . . will attend either Yeshiva 
or C.C.N.Y. 

Editor-in-Chief Elchanite '68 7-8, Actor Elchanite-Senior Play 7-8, 
Tutoring Squad 6, Student Court 6, Emergency Squad 5-8, Secretary 
Class Council 5, Activities Committee 5, Reductions Committee 5, 
Treasurer Class Council 4 




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Stephen Steinberg 

Bellevue's (Wash.) escapee came here in his sophomore year . . . 
is president of the N. Y. branch of "The Seattle Supersonics Fan 
Club" (V.P. Genauer is the only other member) . . . plays golf and 
watches boxing . . . spearheads our Yeshiva Bowl Team . . . "Number 
One" has special meaning for Steve the student . . . devotion to 
Torah has won him the esteem of his rabbeim (especially that of 
Rabbi Scheinberg) . . . hopes to major in corporate law at Columbia 
or Princeton. 

Elchanite p/ioto stoff 7%, Capfain Yeshiva Bowl Team 7-8, Compact 
Copy Editor 7-8, Dorm Council 7-8, Representative Class Council 6, 
Handball Team 5-8, Debating Team 5-8, Yeshiva Bowl Team 5-6, 
Chairman Checkers Intramurals 5-6 

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Alfred Steinberger 

Alfie has many interests, including sports, cars, and sport-cars . . . 
devotes much time to work outside of school . . . enjoys baseball, 
handball, and chess . . . also enjoys sports ... is an excellent student 
and scored high on College Boards and Merit Scholarship ... an 
intramurals star . . . hopes to study corporate law and/or economic 
philosophy at Yale and/or Penn. 

Elchanite literary staff 7-8, Chess Team 7-8, Debating Team 7-8, 
Debating Society 5-6, Baseball 5-8, Handball Team 2 




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and then Madame Sarah said, "Louis, 
I love you!" 



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Marc Stern 



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A top man on the Academy News . . . Arista member . . . renowned 
for his knowledge of history and literature . . . Marc is also re- 
nowned for his willingness to talk about these (or any other) matters 
with his classmates . . . would be another Hofstadter except that 
his political views extend a bit farther to the right . . . switched from 
Tl to TA in his junior year . . . will get a head start on his plans 
for semicha by studying at Kerem B'Yavneh before continuing at 
RIETS. 

Academy News Managing Editor 7-8, Elchanite feature staff 7-8, 
Captain Tutoring Squad 6, Checkers Team 6, Office Squad 3-4, 
Library Squad ? -4 

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Milton Stern 

Looking for a no-nonsense logical thinker — there's always Milty 
. . . generous with his mathematical knowledge ... he tutors those 
who are not so fortunate . . . made a bright addition to the soccer 
team and to Mr. H.'s class ... he plans to attend C.C.N.Y. and 
major in math. 

Tutoring Squad 7-8, Checkers Team 7-8, Soccer Team 7-8 






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Not so vunderful 



No, I don't still live with m; mother 



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Michael Strick 

A Jackson Heights resident . . . came to Tl from YCQ . . . 
enjoys basketball, football, swimming, baseball, chess, and typing 
. . . attributes his physical prowess to clean living ... his nickname, 
of course, is "M. Kalman" (isn't everyone's?) . . . believes that 
"Light is sown for the righteous and joy for the upright in heart" . . . 
will become a rabbi and teach, and hopes to go to Israel. 

Manager Reductions Committee 5-8 

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Byron Taube 

Benny came in during the Freshy year (when he moved to Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.) . . . enjoys wrestling and weight-lifting, and looks it . . . 
Sergeant-at-Arms in Dorm Court ... his grin has won him many a 
friend . . . lived in Israel till he was seven and hopes to return and 
settle there . . . favorite quote: "Not by strength, nor by might, but 
by spirit" . . . will major in psychology at YD. 

Dorm Courf 7-8, Dormacrat Cost Editor 7, Library Squad 5-6, Soccer 
Team 3-4 

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Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, Harrison, Gar- 
field, and now . . . 



Philip Twersky 

Very active in extracurricuiars . . . the manager of our basketball 
team . . . Mr. Wellansl<y's straight man . . . Phil kept the school aware 
of the team's progress as sports editor of the Academy News . . . 
an adept service credit accumulator . . . Phil captained the Library 
Squad and was right-fielder of our baseball team . . . sophisticated 
dresser . . . plans to go to Yeshiva and prepare for a career in 
psychology. 

Academy News Sports Editor 7-8, Manager Varsity Basketball Team 
5-8, Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Elchanite business staff 7-8, Baseball 
Team 5-8, Secretary Class Council 3, Captain Library Squad 1-8 

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Alan Walfish 



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Student advisor to A. P. Math Club . . . prolific editor and innovator 
of our most recent invisible ink and paper Hatchiya . . . Walfishian 
Series earned Alan an Honorable Mention in the Westinghouse Talent 
Search . . . the "Fish" swims in every day (with the Russian) from 
New Jersey . . . high scorer and captain of our math team . . . will 
go to YU. 

Editor-in-Cfiief Hatchiya 7-8, Captain Math Team 7-8, Math Team 5-6, 
Service Squad 6, Chess Team 5-8, Representative Class Council 3 

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Ernest Weigl 

A Washington Heights boy ... as for his other activities, Mickey 
just loves to play his piano . . . composed his second concerto at 
age 3.14 ... a familiar face around the hallowed halls of YUHS 
. . . enjoys basketball . . . v/ill attend Yeshiva, where he hopes to 
get an education. 

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Jerrald Weinstein 

A Tl boy . . . commutes from Great Neck, L. I. . . . works for his 
Synagogue Teen Club (is an officer) . . . also works for a Social Action 
Committee . . . raises funds for Israel . . . enjoys playing ball . . . 
Jerry will eventually enter an accounting field. 

Library Squad 1 -6, Office Squad 1 -2, Chairman inframural Basket- 
ball 1-2, Chairman Intramural Checkers 1-2 

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him a forty 



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I'll never get home in time for Tarry- 
town Circus 



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Charles Weissman ~* 

"Charlie" is one of those quiet guys who's worth the trouble of 
getting to know ... is very interested in extracurriculars . . . they 
call him "nimble-fingers Weissman" . . . enjoys mountain climbing 
and deep-sea fishing . . . one of Tl's cut-ups ... is active in Yeshiva's 
Latin Society . . . mainstay of our Emergency Squad . . . hopes for a 
career in medicine. 

Elchanite typing staff 7-8, Elchanite business staff 7-8, Emergency 
Squad 7-8, Office Squad 5-6, Library Squad 5-6 

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Barry Wenig 

Our senior Senor from 35-07 Linwood Road, Fairlawn, N. J. . . . 
all-around athlete ... on practically every varsity team . . . piano 
enthusiast . . . added important depth to our basketball team . . . 
possessing unique writing abilities, Barry was named to the Elchy 
sports staff . . . hopes to major in biology and eventually pursue a 
career in medicine. 

Basl<etball Team 5-8, Elchanite sports staff 7-8, Elchanite literary 
staff 7-8, Baseball Team 7-8, Library Squad 5-8, Elchanite photo staff 
5-6, J.V. Basketball Team 1-4, Swimming Team 7-2 

.(B"i Dnm) inssa nnx ina iKina nnx inn 





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Rabbi Gordon, please stop tickling 
me 




Jacob Wimpfheimer 

A Vineland, N. J. man . . . enjoys reading and stamp collect- 
ing . . . no, "Wimpy" is neither a pool player nor Popeye's ham- 
burger-eating friend ... his hobbies include stamp collecting and 
reading . . . often interrupted for a dorm bull-session ... an 
example of great versatility. Wimpy enjoys reading and stamp col- 
lecting . . . will follow MTA with Yeshiva. 

Elchanite-Sen/or Play sfaff 7-8, Handball Team 8, Dorm Council 7-8, 
Dormacrat Administrative Editor 7-8, Dorm Gabbi 7-8, N. Y. Times 
Sales Manager 7-8, Debating Society 7-8, N. Y. Times Dorm Dis- 
tributor 6-7, Representative Class Council 2, Awards Committee 1 

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Hershel Wolf 



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After a two year leave of absence at Central Queens, "Hus" de- 
cided to go back to school . . . backcourt bulwark of our Varsity 
Basketball Team ... a scholar as well, member of the A. P. Math 
Class . . . bosom-buddy of "Poll" . . . made frequent mysterious 
sojourns to For Rock . . . will major in math. 

Varsity Basketball Team 5-8, Baseball Team 7-8, Elchanite sports 
staff 7-8 




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Stanley Zimmerman 



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A commuter from Teaneck, N. J. . . . participates enthusiastically 
in many extracurriculars . . . member of Junior and Senior Aristas . . . 
good-man Stanley . . . diligent member of M.B.A.P.M.C.Y.U.H.S.- 
B.M.T.A. (Mr. Baron's Advanced Placement Math Class, etc.) . . . 
would like to go into the medical profession. 

VesfiiVa Bow/ Teom 7-%, Soccer Teom 7-^, Math Team 7-8, Elchanite 
feature staff 7-8, Tutoring Squad 5-8, Service Squad 5-6, Repre- 
sentative Class Council 2, 4, 6, Representative Student Council 1 -3 



Richard Zinaman 

One of our Bayside Boys . . . en[oys outdoor sports (track and 
tennis, especially) ... a big man in Tl . . . Richie is active in all 
our extracurricular activities . . . plans to major in pre-med at Yeshiva 
University. 

Tennis Team 7-8, Library Squad 7-8, Track Team 5-8 

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ELCHANITE SENIOR POLL 

Most Outsanding Senior: Abbe Dienstag 
Friendliest Senior: Yechiel Eckstein 
Funniest Senior: Joel Grossman 
Best Dressed Senior: Moishe Berlove 



MERIT FINALISTS 

Jonathan Buckwold 
Abbe Dienstag 
Andy Eichenholz 
David Greenstein 
Naftali Lewin 
Jay Rosenberg 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AWARDS 

Martin Fisher 
Naftali Lewin 
Kenneth Paretzky 



WESTINGHOUSE TALENT AWARD 



Alan Walfish 



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NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 

This 

LETTER OF COMMENDATION 



is awarded to 



Marc Berlove 
David Birnbaum 
Harry Bloom 
Daniel Chazin 
Norman Eisenberg 
Richard Feczko 
Martin Fisher 
Naftali Flaumenhaft 
Eliezer Ginsberg 
Neal Glazer 
Steven Gross 
Joel Grossman 
Mark Ickow 
Richard Joel 
Gary Kaufman 
Charles Kornfeld 



Norman Kram 
Shalom Leaf 
Mark Levy 
Mark Markovitz 
Jay Neuhaus 
Kenneth Paretzky 
David Pulver 
Mark Schonfeld 
Myron Schweiger 
Mark Shaffren 
Avram Stein 
Steve Steinberg 
Marc Stern 
Alan Walfish 
Stanley Zimmerman 



for outstanding performance on the 
National Merit Scholarship Qiialifying Test in 1967 

We congratulate you and urge you to continue your educational development through higher education. 




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President, National Merit Scholarship Corporation 



Yafihlva Univarslty High School 



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David Birnbaum 
Aaron Blinder 
Robert Block 
Harry Bloom 
Jules Briskin 
George Burger 
Abbe Dienstag 
Andrew Eichenholz 
Norman Eisenberg 
Richard Feczko 
Naftali Flaumenhaft 
Eliezer Ginsberg 
Neal Glazer 
Neal Greenblum 
David Greenstein 
Steven Gross 
Steven Heller 
Arthur Horowitz 
Mark Ickow 
Larry llson 
Marc Jablon 
Richard Joel 
Charles Kornfeld 
Norman Kram 
Howard Langer 



Shalom Leaf 
Mark Levy 
Naftali Lewin 
Mark Markovitz 
Ronald Masliansky 
Mark Meirowitz 
Larry Mitman 
David Monderer 
Jay Neuhaus 
Kenneth Paretzky 
Harold Perl 
David Pulver 
Joseph Ratzersdorfer 
Alvin Reinstein 
Yitzchak Rosen 
Jay Rosenberg 
Rafael Safier 
Mark Schonfeld 
Myron Schweiger 
Scott Seidiin 
Mark Shaffren 
Avram Stein 
Marc Stern 
Charles Weissman 



achieved a score of sufficient quality in the Regents Scholarship 
and College Qiuilification Test to be entitled to a i^as series 



ALTERNATES 

Saul Brum 
Arnold Druck 
Paul Hochsztein 
Gary Kaufman 
Mitchell Marmorosch 
Abe Neuman 
Barry Panzer 
Curtiss Pulitzer 
Lewis Rubin 
Milton Stern 
Hershy Wolf 



REGENTS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP 




in uiitness uiljcreof, ihis certificate is issued under seal of 
the University and of the State Education Department 



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CoTToniaaiona of EJiuaiion 



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... an individual can be said to be truly 
creative only vt/hen he has taken the 
'Tohoo Vavohoo" that surrounds him and 
has transformed it into something both 
significant and substantial 




Step off the black yellow brick road 
And lie down in the grass, 
Look into the sun, 
And rest your weary bones. 



Weep for the fire never lit, 

And love that wasn't really, 

Swirl in the maelstrom of your dreams, 

And rest your weary bones. 



Don't envy the cricket's singing, 

r the grasshopper's endless bounds,- 
They too will lie in the ground 
To rest their weary bones. 



Bathe in the sun's golden kindness, 
And in the earth's fragrant carpet. 
Not again will you take the road; 
You'll just rest your weary bones. 



Neal Glazer 



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VICTORY 




Thrust for thrust 
Counter for counter 
Resolve your best 
Charge them asunder 
Clash and clamor 
Of the ululating mortar 
A breach, a break 
Show them your valor 
Strike swift and awesome 
Thou, agent of slaughter 
For soon it be yours 
And then it be over 



Realize the impossible 
Consummate that fervor 
Fulfill that quest 
Culminate that horror. 
Fail them not 
Lad of ideals 
Devastatingly swift 
Oh valiant soldier 



But once through the dark 
And out of the thunder 
Re-enter the darkness 
Re-enter the thunder. 
Gaze long about thee 
And behold thy splendor 
What hast thou wrought? 
What didst thou disember? 



Was your victory true 
Was your victory blunder? 
Look hard to its meaning 
Decipher its core. 
Thrust for thrust 
Counter for counter 
Resolve your best 
And again charge asunder 



David Birnbaum 



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Flung down upon a rotting wood. 

Pile up the foundering flakes, 

High and heavy Is the snow, 

White by the gaunt and leafless tree3^\ 

Watchers in a crooked row. ^■''" .v* \ 









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In the no^li K)g pale sha^^s niitter, 
Dim-mouthed the hardness of the air. 
Slavering the patterned flakes, 
Fall on a mortal wandering there. 



Above a cold and shrouded hand, 
Flies the day in the howling blast. 
Lost and tiring, now despairing, 
Wanders the weary traveler past, 'r^ 




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Dark the night and spent all dreams, 
Vainly struggles the traveler back. 
And the northwind, slowly sweeping. 
Covers the traveler and his track. 



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THE NEW FRONTIER 

Pullulating mass 
Ululating sound 
And pulsating light 

An incense-like smell 
An image like Hell 
Let out of its shell 

Now primitive dance 
All eyes in a trance 
For this we advance 

A. N. Eichetiholz 



Life is an experience which is puzzlesome 

Each person marches through it to the sound of beating drums 

How can so many people march to different time 

When there is one drummer to keep time for mankind 

The answer to this puzzle must then therefore be 

Each person hears the drummer but hears him differently 

The rhythm of the drummer can be made slow or fast 

To suit each person's temperament Until the very last. 

More Shaffren 

Each man, a small stream feeding a river, 

Each river, the sum of all streams that together flow 

To the sea; the sum of their petty goals. 

They, meaningful all. 

They, bits of the "whole." 

More Shafjren 



ON BEING A REALIST 

Why by proxy should one choose 
To live one's youth or age. 
When Death by proxy is a thing 
In which we don't engage 

Our dreams, they are the part of us 
Where-on we never trod. 
Our lives are what belong to us . . . 
Our dreams belong to God. 

Michael Markovitz 



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HOME OF THE BRAVE 



Great Issues in Yeshiva History 

A play based on the true experiences of one 
hundred thirty-seven unfortunates trapped under a 
green dome for four torturous years. 



Scene / 

September, 1964. One hundred eighy unsuspect- 
ing souls fearfully set foot into a medieval gothic 
structure marked by a large green observatory. 
Enter two freshmen. 
Freshy I: You sure it was 186th and Amsterdam — 

this looks like a monastery. 
Senior (knocking the two freshmen over): Out of my 

way, I got Big Dee. 
Freshy II: I hope it's not serious. 
Senior (over his shoulder): Don't worry, you'll learn. 
(Freshies pick themselves up and stumble up the 
steps. They bump into a man with a cigarette in one 
hand and a sword in the other.) 
Freshy II: Excuse me, you look like a friendly soul. 

Where can we find Yeshiva University High 

School? 
Man: Do you know who I am? 
Freshy I: No, who are you? 
Man: Go wait outside my office. You are suspended 

indefinitely for three days and if I don't see 

your father, mother, and both your parents by 

Sunday, I will call them up tonight. 
Freshy II: B . . . B . . . But sir, you don't even know 

our names. 
Man: I will see you tomorrow. Meanwhile, get me a 

New York Times, any flavor. 
(Freshmen walk away bewildered, but learning.) 





Scene // 

Late that day, in the dormitory. 

Rabbi U.: How do you do? I'm Rabbi Urivetsky, your 
dormitory counsellor. 

Moishe: Oh hi! My name is Moishe and I come 
from . . . 

Rabbi U.: Stop right there! You poor boy, I can tell 
immediately what your problems are. How you 
must suffer! Tell me — how long have you 
hated your mother? 

Sam: But I . . . 

Rabbi U.: There, there, you don't have to tell me. I 
can tell just by looking at you that you're a 
schizophrenic paranoid suffering from severe 
decontrucion of the quantilia. 

Sam: Oh my G-d! 

Rabbi U.: But don't worry. After four years here, I'm 
sure you'll be well-cured of whatever troubles 
you. Now tell me — how long have you been 
jealous of your baby sister? And your delu- 
sions of grandeur aren't new, are they? Oh, 
and what about your severe traumatic . . . 

(They are interrupted by the senior who knocked 

them over before.) 

Senior: Hey, Joe, I heard you went to a Yankee 
game to see the White Sox. Get it. White Sox? 

Rabbi U.: Go to Yeshiva. 

Senior: Say, Rabbi, what's the Hebrew homework 
for tonight? 

Rabbi U.; Go to Yeshiva. 

Senior: By the way, did you hear about the test the 
Big D is giving? 

Rabbi U.: Go to Yeshiva. 



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Scene /// 

A year has passed and one hundred sixty are 

left. Last year's dumb freshies are now sophisticated 

sophomores. 

(They enter a Hebrew class.) 

Rabbi Rapps: Now on this next test, there will be 
four hundred thirty-two boxes on Dikduk, each 
worth one three hundred and seventeenth of a 
point. Now when you finish the first page, 
raise your hand and I'll give you the other 
twelve. 

Moishe: But Rabbi Rapps, they said you were on 
easy teacher and even made the tests easy 
for us. 

Rabbi: Wait'll you take the Hebrew Regents. 

(They move onto biology.) 

Mr. Kotkin: So, as I was saying, after I got back 
from this year, I went on a special scientific 
trip to Colorado. Did I ever tell you about the 
time when . . . 

Sam: Mr. Kotkin, aren't we supposed to learn bio 
for the Regents? 

Mr. Kotkin: Oh, thanks for reminding me. I meant 
to tell you we won't be able to cover disease, 
conservation, genetics, reproduction, respira- 
tion, animal or plant life in class, so you'll 
have to learn it by yourselves for the Regents. 






Scene IV 

Sophomore year — the dorm. 

Senior: Hey, you guys, why don't you come to to- 
night's basketball game. There'll be a lot of 
Central girls there. 

Sam: What's a Central girl? 

(Senior faints.) 

Sam: What's with him? 

Moishe: I don't know. There's a strange disease 
going around among the seniors. It starts with 
a capital D. 

Sam: How do you know? 

Moishe: I keep hearing them say "I got Big Dee 
and then they groan and everyone else com- 
forts them. 

Sam: Boy, that's terrible. I wonder what the Big 
Dee stands for. I hope sophomores can't get it. 

Moishe: I think a few sophomores in TA have it. 
But we can't get it, we got our shots before we 
came here. 




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Scene V 

September 1966^-one hundred and fifty are left. 

After two years in MTA the class is ready for almost 

anything. Scene — an English class. 

Sam: My oral report is on John Steinbeck. In his 
book "The Grapes of Wrath" Steinbeck 
points out very beautifully that . . . 
(A loud snoring comes from the back of the 

room.) Hey! Alpo fell asleep. Somebody woke him 

up. Mr. Shapiro! Mr. Shapiro! 

A/po: Sam, that was fine. Your audience contact 
was a little poor, but you made some fine 
points, so I gave you a 45. Now who's next? 
I want to finish the reports by Wednesday. 

(Bell rings and they go to history class.) 

Mr. Aronson: Good afternoon, gentlemen. This 
term we will study the history of Texas until 
1 865 and next year from 1 865 to the present. 
Now to begin, recite after me — "Our father, 
who art in Waco . . ." 

Sam: Mr. Aronson, I thought this course was Ameri- 
can history! 

Mr. Aronson: Well, it just goes to show how much 
you have to learn. Now, please toke out paper 
and get ready for a quiz. 

Moishe: How can you give us a quiz? It's the first 
day of the year. 

Mr. Aronson (writing in rollbook): All right, if that's 
the way you're going to be. Don't you know 
enough not to talk during a quiz. I've just 
given the whole class zeroes. 



DDDD 




Scene VI 

The dorm — junior year. 

Sam: Hey, did you get invited to Judy's sweet six- 
teen? 

Moishe: 'Veah, I sure did! Boy, I can't wait to go to 
my first sweet sixteen. They must really be 
great. 

(Rabbi walks in.) 

Rabbi: What's this I hear about going to a sweet 
sixteen? 

Sam: Oh, Moishe and I were just invited to a Cen- 
tral girl's party. I think it's great because this 
way we can get to meet all the Central girls. 

Rabbi: What deep-rooted traumatic experiences 
cause you to want to meet all the Central 
girls? Are you so frustrated that in your para- 
noic frenzy you find the need to suppress and 
sublimate your desire to meet normal girls by 
trying to escape reality at a Central girl's 
sweet sixteen! 

Sam: But Rabbi, if we don't go out with Central 
girls . . . 

Rabbi: Then you won't go out at all. 

Sam: You mean you don't want us to have any 
social life at all? 

Rabbi: Exactly! 

Sam: You know. Rabbi, I never noticed it before, 
but you're wearing white socks. 

Rabbi: Go to Yeshiva. 



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Scene VII 

September 1967 — only 137 are left out of the 
180 entrants. They are hardened veterans and have 
waited a long time to be seniors. They intend to 
take full advantage of ■their nev/ position. The scene 
is a well-known English class. 

Student: Why do they give us so much homework? 
Rabbi D.: I must be cruel only to be kind (Hamlet, 
Act II, Scene II, Line 610). What do you mean 
you've never read anything by Farquard T. 
Ravioli, one of the greatest East Tonzanian 
writers of the twelfth century? Why a child of 
two learns that in the sixth grade! Oh, it's no 
use ... I quit . . . This is without a doubt the 
worst class I've had in eleven years . . . Mr. 
Bernstein's class always knows English. Only 
my class knows nothing. Why? Why? 
Tl wise-guy: Rabbi, did it ever occur to you that the 

fault isn't with the students? 
Rabbi D.: OUT! OUT! How dare you say that, you 

stupid shm — 
Class: Ah, ah, ah! 
Rabbi D.: Shmiggeggy! 

(The scene shifts to a Gemora class during a typical 
morning session designed to make us better human 
beings through a thorough understanding of the re- 
ligious implications of important modern questions 
which constantly bother the young man in our hec- 
tic, dog-eat-dog society, such burning problems as 
what happens if you over-roast the Paschal lamb, 
such as the plight of impoverished Hawaiian pine- 
apple pickers in light of the ban on fruit juices in 
the baking of matzos, and the deep psychological 
problems which may arise from the traumatic ex- 
perience of finding chometz in one's home during 
Passover or finding a black mouse where a white 
mouse had been. The class in session.) 
Sam: Rebbe, why do we have to burn the chometz 
the day before Pesach if it is forbidden only 
when Pesach starts? 
Rebbe: Rabosai, we know these things, they're 

technical mainses. 
Moishe: Rebbe, could you please review yesterday's 
shiur. 





Rebbe: Heh, heh. What's the matter? I suppose you 

went out last night instead of reviewing the 

Gemora. Anyway, I'll go over the shiur for 

you. At first I explained how we used to learn 

so well in Poland. Then I announced the results 

of the latest survey of the top ten Talmudic 

scholars in the world. In a big upset this 

week, only seven out of the ten were members 

of my immediate family. Then I purged a few 

more unfortunates. They're now recuperating 

at Einstein's Medical Center and in Tijuana. 

Then I . . . 

Moishe: Okay, Rebbe, I get the picture. It was 

another typical day. In other words, you 

didn't mention the Gemora once. 

(Suddenly the rebbe gets very angry, like when a 

red flag is waved at a bull.) 

Rebbe (smiling broadly): Tell me, heh-heh, were you 

at the dorm minyan today? (Fade out.) 
(Scene switches to Lamport Auditorium, where nerv- 
ous seniors are given all the details about applying 
for college.) 

Mr. Guidance: Now, let me repeat those dates, 
they're very important. Yeshiva applications 
are due in five minutes. Ivy League applica- 
tions were due in your sophomore year, and 
the City University is closing next year. Are 
there any questions? 
Sam: Excuse me, sir, did you say that we could 
bring our parents in at any time to talk to you? 
Mr. Guidance: Certainly! Just leave a note in my 
box. I'll be in my office Sundays and week- 
days from nine to nine-fifteen, but I'll have to 
leave a quarter of an hour earlier on week- 
days, except after September tenth, when I 
won't be in at all until next June. And please 
remember my office is there for your use. It 
must be, because I'm never there . . . You are 
now being given index cards on which to indi- 
cate which high school you go to and what 
your opinion of the war in Vietnam is. Those 
students not applying to Yeshiva also please 
indicate your choice of firing-squad, hanging 
or electric chair. Now all of you in the back 
better stop talking or this will be your last 
talent assembly of the year! (Fade out.) 
Very little can be remembered of the senior year. 
There was a rumor that the Elchanite might be pub- 
lished, but you know how rumors are. 
Chorus of Faculty: GO TO YESHIVA!!! 



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The Group 



Cast of Characters 

Tulips, Able 

Fink 

Gimbels 

Shapiro, Alpo 

Bloody "Red" Baron 

Joe Psycho 

Box Silverstein 

Axelrod 

Clem 

Gramps 

Rabbi David Leon Weinbach 

Teacher 



Let us imagine a situation in whicii our beloved teacliers are classmates under the 

some administration under which we belabor. 

TEACHER — Will you all sit down and come to order. 

TULIPS — Order, yes, order, we must have order. System, system in life, one must have 
a system. 

TEACHER — Able, will you please calm down. 

TULIPS — Calm, yes, calm, equanimity, it's so true. 

TEACHER — I will now call the attendance. 

FINK — (aside) This guy is out of his $#&%?#? mind! 

GIMBELS — (after hearing Fink's comment) D 3 ■'1313 Tintn ,D"'?:on 

TEACHER— Tulips, Able 

TULIPS — Present, yes, present, indeed. 

TEACHER — Schapiro, Alpo. 

ALPO — I suppose that one could say that I am present. But presence is really meaning- 
less in the cosmic sense of things. 

TEACHER — Silverstein, Box. 
NO RESPONSE 

TEACHER — Silverstein, Box. 
NO RESPONSE 

TEACHER — Does anyone know where Box is? 

FINK — (aside) He's probably out %&$#?*'' around somewhere! 

GIMBELS— i?:iy nns "'o 'aE"? 3?t 

TEACHER— Baron, Blody "Red." 

BLOODY "RED" — Hey, teach, do you have a light? 

TEACHER— Do I have a light? 

BLOODY "RED" — Do you have a light? 

TEACHER— A light? 

BLOODY "RED" — You know, a match. 



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TEACHER — What do you want a match for? 

BLOODY "RED" — I've got to smoke, it makes me look older. 

JOE — If you ask me, smoking has a definite connection with weaning.When a child 
is born he sucks his thumb. As he grows older and starts to go to school, he will 
bite on pen, pencils, and his nails. But when he reaches the age of 18, this con- 
tinuing unconscious urge may be satisfied in a socially acceptable way, by 
smoking. 

BLOODY "RED" — You know, Joe, you really stink. 

TULIPS — Stink, yes, officious, malodorous, yes. 

GiMBELS— ? D ■> N ■' a a 3 'piKii/ Dan 

TEACHER — What do you mean by that, Gimbels? 

GIMBELS— NT'Qin t^^'DnV 'NT 

TEACHER — Are you insinuating that I cannot understand you? 

GIMBELS— ]■> 3 ■> I'^Lm 

TEACHER — Are you calling me stupid? 

GIMBELS — If the shoe fits, wear it. 

ALPO — Look, Gimbels, you stick to your Hebrew fairy tales, leave the English stuff 

to me. 
TEACHER — Both of you, down to the office!!! 
ALPO — I don't want to go anywhere with this guy. He keeps mumbling tribal 

Incantations. 
TEACHER — Down to the office, and don't come back until you have seen Mr. Abrams, 
(As Gimbels and Alpo leave the room. Box enters.) 
TEACHER — Box, why weren't you in your box on time? 

BOX— Well 

TEACHER — Answer me immediately!! 

TULIPS — Yes, yes, answer. Do not equivocate or prevaricate, yes, yes, elucidate. 

AXELROD — A donde estuce, amigo? 

BOX — Axelrod, why are you always talking like the element? What are you, a liberal 

or something? I'll bet you live in an all-white neighborhood, too, so how can you 

talk about those kinds of people? When they move into your neighborhood, your 

estimation of them will drop, ping,- ping! ping! 
TEACHER — You haven't answered my question. Box. 

BOX — As a great Rebbe once said, "I cannot tell a lie." I went to the co-op to get the 
Monarch notes on the Red Badge of Couroge. 

(Class gasps as Box makes admission which is tantamount to academic suicide.) 
TEACHER — (moving in for the kill) So you didn't read the book? 
BOX— But I did, I really did! 
TEACHER — Okay, Box, how many buttons did the main character have on his left 

sleeve on page 175? 
BOX— But, sir, I . . . I . . . 
TEACHER — No mercy, Silverstein!! How would you like your Nursery School grade to 

be the term ceiling for you. 
CLEM — C'est tres mal. 
JOE — I've noticed a definite pattern in your speech, you insist upon using French 

even in instances where French is not called for. 
TULIPS — Pattern, yes, prototype, precedent, archetype, yes, exemplar. 



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JOE — It seems. . . . 

BLOODY "RED" — Doesn't anyone have a match? 

JOE — . . . to me that. . . . 

AXLEROD — Yo tengo un. 

BOX — There you go again, Axlerod. Are you a pinko or something? Wait till they 

move into your neighborhood and the property value starts to drop. 
JOE — . . . Clem is trying to make up for some weakness or insufficiency in his psyche 

by using the language of I'amour. 
CLEM — Oh, you silly, silly, boy. 

TULIPS — Yes, silly, yes, idiotic, it's so true in life, yes, fatuous. 
FINK — You knov/. Able, you are the biggest °/o"$#*?&4^ I have ever met. 
TULIPS — That's it. You laugh! You'll laugh till it is time for the big bonfire down there. 
BLOODY "RED" — Well, at least then I won't need a match! 

TULIPS — You also laugh, Bloody "Red." They'll burn your mustache one hair at a time. 
TEACHER — Will you all shut up? Will someone please get a match for Bloody "Red." 

He is starting to cry. 
(Enter Gimbels and Alpo.) 
TEACHER — What are you doing back here? 

ALPO — You are the prototype of humanity. You refuse to accept our word, you de- 
mand palpable proof. The bond of transcendent trust, which should bind all of 

mankind, is lacking. Your philosophy is: 

GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS!!!!! 
TEACHER — Did you see Mr. Abrams? 
GIMBELS — We went into his office, but when he saw us he cringed behind his desk, 

claiming that we were paid assassins, in the pay of Fink's cousin. He fears a 

palace revolution. 
TEACHER — What would we do if Mr. Abrams would leave? 
CLEM — C'est aussi de la bienveillance. 
TULIPS — Those goyim, they steal everything from us! 
ALPO — That's the trouble with you Jews. . . . 
GIMBELS — •'0 3 ""DH 1 ■> J< 

FINK — There goes Gimbels with those tribal rights again. 

ALPO — Your persecution complex, as well as your inferiority complex, is so strong. . . . 
TEACHER — Why are you crying, Joe? 
JOE — Because Alpo is hogging my turf. 

ALPO — . . . that you must compensate with irritational claims of grandeur. . . . 
(1. Teacher proceeds to window and jumps. 

2. Class is stunned. 

3. Tulips suggests going down to the office for a substitute. 

4. Rabbi Weinbach enters.) 

R.W. — What is all the racket about? 
CLASS — But the teacher has jumped out of the window! 
R.W. — I know, he passed my window on the way down. 
CLASS — We're sorry. Rabbi, we knew not what we were doing! 
CLEM — Those Jews, they steal everything from us. 

FINIS 



112 



i>. 3. (U. 



Insirucfions: This is a test of your intelligence (or 
lack of i\] and a measure of your ability to succeed 
in college (provided your major is either advanced 
Portuguese history or Talmud). You need not ansv/er 
all questions unless you plan to enter Yeshiva Col- 
lege. Many students wonder whether or not guess- 
ing will improve their score. Many college-bound 
students also wonder about life after death; the 
non-war in Vietnam; and whether G-d is dead. From 
our experience the CEEB feels that life after death 
exists; that the Vietnamese non-war should be 
ended; and that G-d is not dead — He is hiding out 
in Teaneck. You will not be permitted to ask any 
questions after the test has begun. If you are hit 
by failing plaster, do not panic, the school is in- 
sured. Do not start until the instructor has told you 
to begin. Begin! 



2. The man in the above picture is 

a. cute 

b. misunderstood 

c. cute and misunderstood 

d. a beautiful human being 





3. The man in the above picture is 

a. running for mayor of San Juan 

b. Juan Valdez's brother 

c. A. V/aifish's prize student 

d. Genghis Kahn's great-nephew 



Part I: Photo /denf/ficaf/on 




1 . This is a picture of 

a. the Batcave 

b. the secret hideaway of Hollywood's Jet 

Set 

c. the Cloisters 

d. the facade of the Alpha Klapa Blatt fra- 

ternity dorm 



Part II: A^atfiemoti'cs (500 questions — 7 minutes) 

You will have seven minutes to work on this sec- 
tion. During that time you may work only this sec- 
tion, unless of course you don't feel like working at 
all, in which case you may leave right now. 

1 . State briefly the logarithm of the square root of 
your hypotenuse. 

2. If Chopsie can make one piece of pizza in 5 
minutes, and a whole pie in 8 minutes, how 
long will it take for you to regurgitate 7? 

3. A building is 400 feet tall, with a huge dome 
on the top. If the entire structure is supported 
by two cans of Elmer's glue-all, how many years 
can it hold up? 

4. A certain rabbi has fourteen children. If on the 
average, he adds two children every year, how 
many years will it be until he pays no taxes 
at all? 



_ (x)(x)(X)—4(x)(X)—143x-|-4V 13—1091460 fl^d 
y— 14x(x)(x)+2(x)(x)(14x)-f2x— 1-fl 



(HINT: Do not waste time working this out — 
take a guess.) 



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Part III: Reading Comprehension 

Each year in my introductory lecture to my students I make ihe 
point that the student should not get upset if definite patterns of action 
fail to emerge from oui' studies, or if they have emerged, not to be 
surprised if some action flies in the face of the pattern. Though man is 
basically a rational being, there are times when rationality seems to 
depart from his actions. This was certainly the case for many of us 
from mid-May to mid-June, 1967. Though students were in the midst 
of examinations, studying was the farthest thing from their minds; 

Answer the following questions on the basis of 
what is said or implied in the above paragraph. 

1. The author of the above paragraph was 

a. under the influence of mind-expanding 

drugs 

b. a romantic idealist 

c. a former world-champion weight-lifter 

d. slightly out of it 

2. It can be inferred from the passage that 

a. the Radical Republicans prolonged Re- 

construction 

b. Genghis Kahn was really Jewish 

c. Hamlet was really a coward 

d. Charles Fourier was right 

3. The opinions the author expresses are closest to 
those of 

a. Albert Feldstein 

b. Maharishi Yogi 

c. Charles de Gaulle 

d. Kahil Gibran 

4. A good title for the above passage is 

a. The Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy 

b. The Philosophy of Epsichatoiogy 

c. How Black Power Can Work 

d. All You Need Is Love 



Part IV: Vocabulary 

Give the letter of the choice which is most nearly 
OPPOSITE the test word. EXAMPLE: Happy — a. sad 
b. glad c. bad d. mad. ANSWER: a. 
1. 



Euraphysmic 


a. 


happy 


b. 


sad 


c. 


good 


d. 


dull 


Dull 




a. 


exciting 


b. 


not so exciting 


c. 


pretty exciting 


d. 


euraphysmic 



Part V: Analogies 

In the next group of questions, choose the pair 
which best expresses the same relationship as the 
two test words. 



1. Summer: spring as 

a. Spring: summer 

b. Winter: fall 

c. Fall: summer 

d. Author: book 

2. Study: passing as 

a. Today: tomorrow 

b. July: August 

c. Baseball: game 

d. Telephone: wire-tapping 

Part VI: Opinion 

The following section counts. All previous sections 
were figments of your imagination. 
3. Talmud should be 

a taught for 2 hours a day. 

b taught for 4 hours a day. 

c studied Yomum Volaylah. 

d venerated from a distance. 



5. 



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In your opinion, the architect of MTA was 

a an Arab. 

b a missile expert. 

c Alfred E. Neuman. 

d Rabbi Jacob Joseph. 

Tov-M'od should be 

a condoned. 

b condemned. 

c consoled. 

d constricted. 

In what state is Wacotexas? 



Which of the following has been the the big- 
gest factor in the English department? 

a Dulitz 

b Dulitz 

c Dulitz 

d Dulitz 

e all of the above. 



Should MTA be made co-ed (like Flatbush and 
BTA)? 

a Yes 

The Darwinian theory 

a is correct. 

b is incorrect. 

c neither a nor b (the lamdan's answer). 

d is in conflict with Chazal and therefore 

a' correct. 

b' certain (sorry about that, 

Gimbels). 
1 2. Who would you most like to see as the next 
president of the United States? 

a Johnson 

b George Finkelstein 

c Shirley Temple 

d Robert Block 

i 
When the instructor says "Stop," stop, STOP!!!' 



114 



THE MONSTER OF DR. KIHREDGE 



Once upon a time 
In far-off New Orleans 
There lived a Lyman Kittredge 
Whose face was never seen. 

His ambition was creation 
Of a life as yet unknown 
A mind diseased and ailing 
Where the river Madness flowed. 

Two assistants had this doctor 
From the halls of Science they came 
Their minds were utter derangement 
Oh yes, Hink and Folz were their names. 

Folz seemed like quite a nut 
(Pistachio I think) 

The other tinkered with his many toys 
And girls did like the Hink. 

This Kittredge also had a son 
His heart was made of Gold 
He snapped his fingers all day long 
And soon his head grew bald. 

But this boy had to run away 
An Organization he would reign 
So unto Harvard he did go 
I think he was inane. 

In this house lived his grandfather 
His name was Mr. Moolb 
Everyone played tricks on him 
But he was never really fooled. 

This family had a cook and butler 
Their names I do not recollect 
One was a real good kind of a Joe 
The other's beard with gray was flecked. 

The former had a way with words 
Your mind he could analyze 
Alas his own was much too small 
For only orisions he could memorize. 

The letter's tongue was super-fast 
But words he often pulverized 
So in the end his words grew terse 
Thank you was all he could verbalize. 




iSfflHiPP'" 



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One dark dismal day this crew assembled 

In the laboratory below the house; 

Into a large form electricity flowed 

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. 

Suddenly the form arose 

To six feet plus it grew 

Its hulk was just fantastic 

And in the forehead was a screw. 

The doctor hod to leap for joy 
His dream had sprung to life 
And in the joy of accomplishment 
He hugged and kissed his wife. 

Now the screw was the key to the creature 
As a hair it was disguised 
To turn was to wind it up 
That is what I surmised. 

To prove that he had created life 
To New York Kittredge sent his thing 
So on a plane the monster went 
And soon the bird took wing. 

It soon arrived in the city of Fun 
And to Y.U. it went 
But was mistaken for a Rabbi 
For whom had just been sent. 

The administrator of this school 

Being a fun loving guy 

Did not realize a mistake had been made 

And so the place went awry. 

The monster had a lot of fun 
Bullying people around 
He kept turning the screw in his hair 
Till he reached three hundred pound. 

The creature soon lost his mind 

He thought his goal was to teach 

He began to yell and scream and taunt 

At the top of his lungs he would screech. 

For eleven years the monster has lurched 
No one being any the wiser 
And no one save me knows of the screw-hair 
(And maybe the Analyzer). 




Richard Feczico 



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.('s 'J max '|'7^D) ."ii^ii'm pi in''? Tny nnx 
poynn"? -pxn '7v uar nx ni'?3'7 '?'n mxn 
]iy Qi;:?!? ii^a ,mpa'7 oipaa yu'?! inj'? ,DVDya 
mxn Q-au' maipan 'ranon'? ''73 .laipaai viyyaa 
,n'''?x xa'j TTiyiy Dipa'? ^^^ pis'? •''?ai ,xa VTOy i?-i 
p xavy '71:' lottos -I pxtt' nxi) •'73n "n'? mxn lyva 
,'?xitt^'' 'ja ,'?tt'a'7 (.n-nn'7 d'jd D'yai:' nn ,'?x'7'?na 
iTsn x'? rny ,nnsaa nJU' nu^yi D'nxa Dm'?a nnx 
□'nun Dn"n •na'x by ia:i'?nn Tarn ,nx~ ^'aa 
PVT n\- -"apn .("lE'an t-o '?y UTiaiya-/) ansaa 
"D'-iay rra,/ ansa nxa? nnam ms;ya an'? Tjn'? 
.Tnya on-'aiT no'''? •\bov^ ixa I'xa ixT'iy 'la ,nn'n 
ir'7y ,nTn ma:i iso niaa d^w nnx -unax d: 
ISO npa u-ii?a na'? ?"usa pxa« uaxy nx '^xb''? 
? nrn loian oopa vbyv; 'JX'T'sn ma 1 nnxa x*?! ntn 
nnxn ,d''?st 'nu' "jy maiy na''i:"nE' ,nTpnn p xsrn 
."yia./ n^wm "mm/, 
'•jna ra -'?iy .itt^a: nixaa npipr nxtn naiu^nn 
nnvi D'^sn x'pa u'? px 'au — "mi u'yn '?ip na^u^'ni 
...mpnji M^-n ntrsn: "Tia"? mina| 
nxa^-' mxn vn niyispa '?aaiy xm nnnn mc 
."Dim n'-n nnx nx Dim xin na„ .ixnaV main"? 
iJXB' ,nau; nixaa imp nx pixa xuana nr ^vyn) 
I xm ivain n^'jan (.mj''i nai:? 'ntr 'jsa □'naiu' 
nyT nuiyo 'n'? anvi li'aii .n'pp'? mxn aipn-'E' 
-iraT mi:;sKa nym .nu'DXtt' naa ran7i vnna 
.nsia'? iyi\n xin 'n nna? 'n'? iraia naxya naiu'm 
nyi nsn nx'^a '3/- -Bsa-aa mixna n'lvan nsipn ,pai 
ba x'?a . . . 'n tynp« ,ainai ."D'oaa c'? a-'aa 'n nx 
a-'na ubi) r, naa x\- V"ixn mx'rai:' — "maa rixn 

.(xi'?a x'?x x'7a 
maa) naVu; nyi'? yan'? iwbk 'xa; -xis'x ,?aia 
•ixi'jai D'?iyn nx ipn'? bmm p dx x'^s '-a (itt^sxtt^ 
']mw ■'■pa x\n na'?tt> 'n'?a 'n"? main'? usaxa p 
nr Dxya .imaa D'jyT' nrn'? ,naam naan '?a nstt'n'? 
."xa'7y xnai xmnixa '?anDn« ,DD-nsan i^man pia 
npon '7"ST pip an- .mina nairn: nxna 'ra ny'T 
rnyiy nn ,^l^p p-i u;' ,'7ini tt'iip 'jiy lE^ia '?3 i^xtJ^ 
np-a n"''?x i^mi^ia ,ny'Ti naan '73 .m^p u'x 
mnn'7 nD:3]i niripna -i'? an'pi 'n nyi na D'xsaitt' 

.mm 
."min„ jtt'ian dits x'?x i:'x "yiai mm,/?:' qwb 
ini' nnnxn m'jxir'? a'E'n'? '?ai: ^'jix ,nT nx ipa dx 
rn nn"? imy nnx 'a 'jb"?! ,i'7i- nnx ]x'7i„ .'7p:a 

.'"IPtyni 



"ra; D'an nnnx mxia:a nnxa xsan ,nT pios 
,niaitt^nn nmpan nnx xin .(x'" pns) x'an in^yu'' 
.Di'jtt'n — vmxiaja x'aan nxiB' D-'''7Xtt? onain nnx 
axan n^xa m-Di 'coa inv nrn'? '^la' mbTv nr'x 
,anpm ni^wr. "•'jao ,n'?x '31:^ ? nn' on: tt'aai axr ^2^ 
ns'saa nn' niT ,7nDi-n nnsan -obu'jm ^•'bu;- ■''jao 
.x^an '?v wsi mua xin ni ray .nan'?a x'?'? nnx 
manai d'oix'? T-ai Dix 'Ja pa n^b^v 1111:"^ i^paa xin 
.Dia Dpipy manpi pnai an x'7'7 ,D'ayi 
.nmnn'^a pima nxnan ni'^n rny nr !m'7B'i Di'?iff - 
nxia /'nix'7Da,/ nain D'''?iai d'sxie' pit' *i3'?u' ]ap 
•pnp asa'7 piaa b:>- ,nan'7an lya"? in nv'?;nn b^v 
ipcnc x'7 D'jiy'? .nni'''? d'sxiit ran .nyaoa ,D''tt?3X ^ 
nupa 'as'? pi d-is- 'a^'? p paa nn m-'att' naa 
,nan'?an ]i:an nnici n'B'aa nx D'''7apaii'ai .'?'?3a 
'n'ja maip '?w asa miirn asaa D'xsajtt' x'7s x'? 
Dpiy /'tt'aani axw/. 'ay r^ '?3n pma opois 
'T)d'?i '7in'7 ,D''ny'? D'n'''7sai ,D''Daan nnr'? D'sxiE^n'. 

.D'oiyBn nx 
naiffn nan'^a nan .nrn ■lan'? nixa:n nann nw 
Dfsxan nwyai nniDonn '?a lu'aa "^^iw Dy iia 
■■jnTn 'aryn ypn '7y on'^Jiy -viy I'ru'n .nnmixsim 
151 pn ,i'7tt' imxn '73 ay ,p3y nn noxa ,'713133 
ni'tt^yan nian'7an Dy pi .nsn'x mini ,Diysm ir'7nn 
yau? n:v Dnu'y ''js'7 nnapn rxa "pt^iw nana ma 
,iaay nx Dnn'7 .T'airn'? D'sn /'mio axi./ ,3ny mana 
.ann nnvvb naopn '7xntt''' not:' nx ins'7i nnp'71 
D'a-'tt'aa onn^a oiainan D""nan'7an np'aaD- mxsan 
DisHm Dnxair nx D'pma ,nan'7an tt'x nx ana I'yan'? 

.manpn '7x Dmx 
mxnx .nr '7'7a'7 p di n3n:^ Dxauyi nan'7a x'7m 
na nan'7a nan'?a mianan '73a n^pay nana ,nnan 
.niii'7n''xn moa'? D'''7'7n nam n3 nanpai nanx 
nrpay masya .lan mix x^n x'7n ,mpn nan'7ani 
maop manai .xinu? 'ysax nr'sa ira it nian'7a 
D'7iya 'a'asn imn ja ira n niDDipna mtt''7ni 
."nm\/ni "niy,/n nsan'? ynan lai di'71 anp'? 
naposm ,"1:733 ay 3xt iji,. xnan nanai jni 'a 
■rir asa n'n' x'7 .xiniff jio ^aa D'7iya nian'7an '73 
Di'7tt'n .-i^'-^ avpb mana nsmi ins ,D'7B'ai D'7itt' 
D'tt'axi ,m IX ,yas ,ra '7nan x'7'7 D'7ia ]'a -]^•\v 
man x'7'7 ,nmyn 'asa ms x'7'7 Daipaa m'7i:'a in' 
D'saxan '731 n'liaxn "73 .mana mxni-'X '7U' 
Dvsx'7 lasv ,a-ip'7 maam tnan njiina D'ypu'ian 
my na'?' x'7i ain 'u '7x 'n xir' x'7// ,Tax3i nnnx 

."nan'7a 
:n33Ti 2p]!> 



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'HT- :t>n nrri n't2'2 . . . 



m3ia Dm,-'- Dyiy nm-'? o'Diis Dips baa ,-as57 bjr 
nmpj Tw U71 .D''vri-'7 'is nay- mx'Jtt'a 7a'?'? 
ny in,, ,mina mnsiff las nnsn .msi'? i3'''7yt:7 mmirn 
rmsa- i"'-in mua ."att'njT' x'? D^nai -■jia^?'' na'? 
'na '?Niii"' ':a rs nu-'p'? s'n ^m ••i-'i -inot rrnna 
'?Kitt''''? niDx p '7y .D'?iy- maix ixica Dtt-ns-'?! 
•''?ya mna inK oy "jy iiao'?! D"n- ■'snn'? anpnn'? 
ina' n'?k? irr-aT' nwpa'? I'ls- x'? i.-'pis .nna 
110 .Dnsa i'?a ay maii' nnaa noa 'a nsaiaiaia 
'?s-iu7'' --la -innDan riK D"? k'? nnsa ibnv n'- -lain 
nan'?aa ,i956-a .anna linpa- jrai ,-an'?aa itds- 
s"?! -muo-i-a na'? pit" '7snu?' 'j'-aa isn- .'ro 
nn'- -ssin- la'?'- .nnx ay mty '?y laao s'?i loo- 

.-jitt' 
r-iE." Ts D'''7s;a "^xia"- I's./U; n\- -•'W- mipn 
D'SJiatt'nritt- -a"? ninp-'y- ma'o- nnx ."nnx mns 
ra Dya r]'\iw nnnK isi iit's -'-::' -n'- in-''?s- x'? 
nsai:; — nyn itidi rrnnx 'x .D''3Tina-i D'Ton- 
^^v V- -niDo-- '7aa .^w np piin'? mj — njn 
,i3aya mnai n'a-ir li" nvn qj .uaya mna rain 
"Itt'aa ,-Jffi' 'as'? ix .-anai D'a-nsn ,D-'nau' .D'Tin 
.D'?iy,- •'II-'' '?a ]p rmitt.' nnnx -n'- -laii^a- '?a 
Dpny '?xity' '73,/ naxan nx r^"'? D''?12' unjx vu^ay 

."HT'? -T 

Dnan ,-an- ii'? ^x ; lup -a oy xi- in,-'- ay,- 
rn'? i3'ra DBipnn'? x'7i inxn,-'? i3'''?y p '?y .D'?iya 
TH',- nna '?ya,T ,ia'?i2; -ni ,-iia,- x',- min,T .laasy 
.',- xin mDa'? D'''?ia' lax lau' 



D'a^a . . . ipns,- '?yi D'c:,- "ry// i3n'7''Ena aina 
]an D,-- D'aia// .iia?'? 'rsa ly yna ."-t,- ^ara d,-,- 
•'3a'? nxn,-'? -ri',- '?"in naiair D^'T'aQatt' ir'' ? "-t,- 
nmpi D''nnn lay- '?tt' myTixam D''irya,iE? '?x"i2''» 
IX .i:-'nix^'iiya la'?'? i3'''?yi -TTiya aiiy np^'i ,,11,-3 
: u'asy nx '7Xtt?'? i:'''?y .xa'?y ■''?i3'? '?aipa ^•'x ,it li'ns 
pa lu'p E",T ?,iasy '7y ninn -•'-iiuo-- naxa dx,- 

?,-i-,-i nay- 
npiy,- nainir -uiiaxi"? ,n'xxia i:x .Tinroo,-- '?3a 
,T':n •'a^'a ,'7tt'a'7 .bi^i^-' naiii; xi,- d'"i:i,i nx inxa,- 
iT'3tt',ii nnxnn ix „'it nx ,-t ixji:' D'7iya I'lai 3xia 
mix .•'l^-•'- oy- nx '7'7p'? nya p Dy'?a noip,'! nx 
■'iv .foini nsx: .-2V •'jd'? ira^y laa la^'xi nain 
nnxn.i ,'':iiTi nx inx D^-xiwi n^'xjpa,- n^aiy D^'s\i3a 
.'?xnu?'' nx i-'pn-^ 
nifxa maix 't v- n''nxaa baiTS'' •■aa '?it' Dnxsa 
'T E'^' i:3aTa dj .''ii,-\'i ay,- nx ixJtt"i? iia^'n,i mra 
-D'-'na nnx mua ]'?i3'? u?^'i .■^t nifxa nvany maix 
.'?xna"' nj^'ia mna,-n mau','^ 
n3nn3 d"ii,i '?w nnpft- n'xsia iix .t'iidd-,- '?3a 
i'?inir- D''''i3- Di D''ny'7 .'?ai:'- na xi- ai-nrr'- ns '7ax 
•'3,- n-'a3n,i 'J nx ymr, ,-yis .un3a i:a on'?,-'? 
naxiit" ,-sy ana lypai x\-n /"lEipna aViya D'''?n:i 
i'?3i'' x'?tt'" IX"! -f-im axia na'xa pi ."i'? ,ia3nn: ,-i,-/, 
lii nn'?-'? i'?iniy,- „-an'7a3 Dni-'.T nx i-'nv-'? 
iT'Stt','! .'?aiffn na xi,i ,n'mn',i bis im ■''73a 'jxna''' 
x'? Dy'7aiff ,-Ti lai- nio .'?x"itt'^' nx '?'7p'? Dy'7a nx 
nrna ,imxa D"ixa D^'soxna O'^'ii,- ira^'a di .n^''7S,i 
.D''n'''?sa nrx ix "i'? -aanna ni-v 



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visj: nosn '•isb Tana' d'pdid D'inrsnn 3n 
.in2?a3 mox nosn iirai -D-'iyira "joa n'?ya'?i myu? 
DB? 'Dira "vi) •"? IT n'noBn Kiain '75? aoia nr pos 
nVxu; mmynj 11 nu'i:' ■'s'? .(~t posa p'rinir nn^ -"i 
'my:i inn./ xin as -nosn Diip n-'^w2 '^Dnnju' rona 
.i-tt'aa iDiKi noEi 
D'aann hd'e; (k :1t ]-'12 mo'c tt''?^' 12'? d'xij 
(a"' -D'jn 'T pnsi /n na'?- 'x pns nsai van maVn) 
riD'tt' (3 ; inii^aa mcsi iiyai inn D'n^u^n 'jdh- ymv: 
•i37iyi iiyai nnn u'sit' en p^'o 'a pis Q'nos) m"ii-\- 
("i mx T"an la^o D"n mix) x"ai- na'tt' (: ;'?U3 
.tt^a^n a'a' nanyna x'jx myai nnn irKU^ 

DlffD- ,D'ani'? : IT 1113 ~'7X mU-'lT T'3D-'? T'y'73 

j;3V no'x- "rv nriMn inn'tt? xin n-'tt'tt^s '71d''33 
ina i3xa inwan rx ^''a .it n3nyn '75? iriM dt:? 
ny na^u? in'- nyia- pxa? ,nDD3 10•'sb^ ,•\^on^ 
iTin ncx Vb' mx- ,(tidix'? p'Doa iniran VB'ayi:') 
inriM -D'tt'tt'a 'jiuna ,aj"Ni'? .i-B'a3 nox'? nyai 
iiJifa n3nyn- '^y iriM nyian 't'? x'aa- iriM '72^ 
nTniiy x"x i3''d'71 nnTi n3'? i-tt'a3 no^'xr; na nx 
lai'? '73U ,M"nn'? .mo-'x na i3X3 '•nnv ,nDS3 nox'? 
•'M-'V x"ain •'d'?u7 T'di-'j u^' x'7x ,b'"xi3 im3D ip'yB' 
."ncxi xssns ini-a m'sxs 'I'^n iriM': ncx ns 
mna txi ns' 3-nya ^b^:iw ,n'73 n'? n3nyn3 ,p3i 
njntt'ai ,i3xa iid'x- naw nai'? ie'dx ,D"p ncxn 
iT'-x p'yT x'7T cyx ,?:;3''3 Tr3' ri3Tiyn3 '73X .-in\-'? 
li'js'? maiy xssnriE' 1113 a"a -ncxi xssnn xm 
D'''7i3ia- ncx n3i iriM ns ]xa wir mai ,-ma'''7ii'3 
imna nx i3xa ij^x ysn-ir ntt'3 is^'s'?! ,naj'? 
.^'aa .nox'? ima nx i3xa ij'x is ,ini3''i:'m 
111"? '''rrisi 






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D13131 — m'lxa nny ,Dm3J .D'pTn 
D^nnim D-'xaw loan 1!P33 ii:'x -'7X 
D'''?'7iai .D'yn ,Dvyix — n'tt'DJ mmT- nysi 
.D'anisn — Dm3Jn laTa '':x n3-''?y 
D'yia mT''ir3 .-tjd- Taia ,-ms3 Ty'? 
n-'iyix mxs3 ,nan'7aa D'E"y 
D'ssai D'anai ,myi3 au'sai 
.o'lpsan la mips'? 
np2?ai nmy — m'?''axm mpE^m d'B'j ix3 

□•'XST- mnx i'7x'? 
Dna mjnsT m3iT -nau napT -ax Dxnsi 
.D'lpsa- n''3 iin '7x nsisna 
ma -E'x'7 X3 lyaE? ,n'?'7'a xm ,''m3i 
njtt' Dniry nT nn''3a -irn; iwx 

■'n'33 r'ly 'nv-3 'msn '?n 
.•'ma ■':s'7 imx x: lann 
n'y3T:'2i D'ap myai nn'?iT a--'ys ,nnnn nirsa ,Dm 
D'nxa i:x — nT 'js'ja D3 n'jy x'? 

lyx na'ip mipsn rijnai 
.ni'ia- DiVtt''? -rnn n3npiai 
D'yui .D1313 -D'nsTa win naiy'? D'ap mnxn 
D'':2i3na vtt'ay 'n nai mii'y'? 
D'''?ya -a-'iiv; a■'^^'?•>-•^ m'^'sm 

.D'SmC — TXT 

nai:;a: nainan m3T ^\^^3^ 
mpi' mT-'Ty3 ivaii'- 
D'jp: px3 D'li'np Di 
.m'jia '?'3U'3 nnai:'^ annna 
mat:': nD'-'jDi naina o'ltn:! ,m3n myii' nnxi 
nxns -pysn nim mxaa 
ypna du? iu;i:i p'ny '7m -mxi T'3a laiy "jmam 
-j'lam Tyn n3yn 1133 n-'tt' 

nsnsna nnaiy n''3 '?3a 
nv'?v 3111' Dyn natra 
Ty '?33 D'nsiD m'tt'i ]"i 
niai3 ninaxm 
ny annua ,Dm3in i'?x 
inn Ty nx 3'u?-'? ian'?i I'^ay 
nmnstya nx onja rxi — ixi x'? o'pay ns 
.pinx xin ,'?ni3n ,"70^1 pi 



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> . for each action moves one closer to or 
farther away from one's goal 



BASEMENT 



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Elchanite '68 



024 




Editors-in-Chief 

Avram Stein David Birnbaum 





Editors-en-Mass 



Managing Editor 

Abbe Dienstag 

M. Jablon — Associate Editor 
ovitz, Mr. I. Wactismon, J. Grossn 




Business Managers 

Stanley Friedland Larry Mittman 

staff: M. Dykan, N. Flaumenhaft, T. Cans, 
P. Hochsztein, H. Kohn, S. Landa, D. Levin, 
D. Pulver, P. Twersky, C. Weissman. 
staff; M. Meirowitz, M. Rosen, S. Steinberg. 



Elchanite '68 revitalized the concept of an MTA yearbook. Striking forth in all 
directions out of former incinerator room 024, the yearbook made many notable 
advancements. Unhindered by a personality and civilization clash in the persons of the 
editors-in-chief, some semblance of a yearbook was put together in the last 39.6 
seconds. In their sole concurring decision, Birnbaum and Stein held fast to their belief 
that class attendance was a chore reserved for mortals. 

The perennial problem of money-raising proved to be a task most suited to the 
blood-thirsty editors and business managers. Mercilessly, ad-delinquents were hunted 
down. Almost weekly, new ingenious schemes were devised to raise cash. A three 
hundred letter mail campaign was the second front of our quest for funds. For some 
strange reason, several corporations and individuals did not deem the Elchanite a 
good advertising investment or a worthy charity. A "bring in your quota or death-by- 
hanging" ultimatum also brought a noteworthy response. Expanding to other fields, 
Elchy '68 put on the first financially successful Elchanite-Senior Play. 

Near-havoc was brought to the school as horde after horde of photographers 
descended upon the classrooms. Begrudgingly, the yearbook paid its photo bills. Our 
industrious art staff was kept busy for several solid months trying to meet heavy de- 
mands placed on them. Meanwhile, the various Elchanite staffs assumed immense 
proportions. 




Art Editors 

Noah Nunberg Bernie Daina 




Feature Editors 

oel Grossman Mitchell Mormorosch (not shown) 

staff: M. Meirowili, M. Rosen, S. Steinberg. 




Literary Editors 



Andrew Eichenholz 



Shalom Leaf 



staff: M. Fisher, I. Ilson, S. Koslowsky, H. lan- 
ger, M. Marl<ovitz, M. Meirowitz, J. Ratzers- 
dorfer, M. Schonfeld, M. Shaffren, S. Stein- 
berg, A. Steinberger. 




Copy Editor 

Norman Kram 




Typing Editors 

Jay Rosenberg Steve Heller 

staff: D. Chazin, B. lunzer, M. Meirowitz, J. 
Neuhaus, L. Rubin, C. Weissman. 






Sports Editors 

Eli Genauer Harry Bloom 

staff: R. Safier, P. Twersky. 




Photography Editors 

Steve Gross Jay Neuhaus 

staff: J. Rosenberg & N. Schwartz (Assislont 
Editors), B. Belfer, C. Bernstein, J. Heiliczer, 
A. Klahr, P. landa, I. Miller, M. Rosen, P. 
Schneider, S. Steinberg. 





Hebrew Editor 

David Greenstein 

staff: G. Koufmon, S 
Kleinman, N. Lewin, Y 
Rosen. 



Editors at work 



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The Academic Noose 



Tightening 



Official Student Publication of Yeshiva University Higfi i-.chool 



Long Live Free 
Press and 

; The Academy News 

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VOLUME XXVIII 



NEW YORK CITY, MARCH, 1968 



College Boards ScHolarshlp Wlnncrs Announced 



An Analysis 

The Scholastic Aptitude Test 
(SAT) was administered to most 
members of the senior class for 
the second time Sundi 
ber 3, 1967. Though i 
essary to repeat the e 
many students chose 
feeling that they wouli 
prepared the second 
test, which began at 
took three hours, co 
either three parts verb: 
parts math or two 
and three parts math 
parts of the SAT an 
to assess "one's abilit] 
with understanding, 
correctly, and rea: 
them," while the 
parts examine "one' 
use and reason wit: 
and other mathematic; 
tions." Colleges are es 
terested in the SAT 
they provide a rough 
of a student's capabili 
ing college level work. Testers 
stress, however, that standard- 
ized examinations ar 
major source from w 
admission officers 1 Myron 5 
one's scholastic abilities, c^uai..^ 
important is one's school record 
— the subjects that he has taken, 
the grades that he has received, 
and his class standing. 

The verbal and mathematics sec- 
tions of the SAT are graded sep- 
arately with possible scores on 
both ranging from 200 to 800. 
Editions of the College Boards 
vary somewhat in difficulty; 
however, because thes discrep- 
(Continucd on page 5) 



Forty-nine members of this year's senior class have been 
designated as winners of New York State Regents Scholar- 
ships. In addition, eleven other seniors were named alternate 
scholarship winners. The total n umber of winners and al- 
ff the seniors who took the 
other Yeshiva High Schools 
|sity High School for Boys- 
winners and nineteen alter- 
id twenty-four winners and 
^rsity High School for Girls- 
land thirteen alternates. The 
|ernates, 212, is oGfc of all 
.m in the four schools. 




free college, such as one of the 
City Universities, he would receive 

Editors-in-Chief 

chweiger Norman Kram 

to receive scholar incentive assist- 
ance. To be eligible for a scholar 
incentive award, a student's tuition 
must exceed his scholarship grant. 
The maximum incentive award is 
$500. A student attending a tuition- 
free college would not be eligible 
for this incentive. 

The high scorer in our school 
was Abbe Dienstag (Queens), with 
a score of 271 out of a possible 300. 

Winners of scholarships are: D. 



Rabl 



rnbaum, A. Blinder, R. Block, 
Bloom, J. Briskin, G. Burger, 
Dienstag, A. Eichenholz, N. Eis- 
berg, R. Feczko, N. Flaumenhaft, 
Ginsberg, N. Glazer. N. Green- 
um, D. Greenstein, S. Gross, S. 
[eller. A. Horowitz, M. Ickow, L. 
|son. M. Jablon, R. Joel, C. Korn- 
Id, N. Kram, H. Langer, L. Leaf, 
. Levy, N. Lewin, M. Markovitz, 
Masliansky. M. Meirowitz, L. 
ittman. D. Monderer, J. Neuhaus, 
K. Paretzky, H. Perl, D. Pulver, J. 
Ratzersdorfer. A. Reinstein. Y. Ro- 
en, J. Rosenberg, R. Safler, M. 
chonfeld, M. Schweiger, S. Seid- 
;n, M. Shaffren, A. Stein, Marc 
■tern, C. Weissman. 
Alternate winners are: S. Brum, 

A. Druck, P. Hochsztein, G. Kauf- 
man, M. Marmorosch, A. Neuman, 

B. Panzer, C. Pulitzer, L. Rubin, 
Milton Stem. H. Wolf. 

Six Named Merit Finalists 
All six Merit Semifinalists have 
moved up to Finalist status. The 
six Finalists are: J. Buckwold, A. 
Dienstag, A. Eichenholz, D. Green- 
stein, N. Lewin, J. Rosenberg. On 
the average, 20% of all Finalists 
are granted Merit Scholarships, a 
study, 
notified 



THE ACADEIVIT NEWS 

Official Student Publication o{ 

Yeshiva University High School 

RABBI DAVID L. WEINBACH RABBI DR. ABRAHAM ZUROFF 

Administrator Supervisor 

MR. RUDOLPH BERNSTEIN MR. SAMUEL LEVINE 

Faculty Advisor Executive Director 



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The Edit: 
ite '68, Da 
ram Stein 
this year's 
cated to R; 
chanite 
choosing t 
honor of 
sion was 
entire seni 
separate 
chy editors, 
first choice 
both polls 

Rabb 
the mornin: 
afternoon 
has been a 
taught at 

Bom 
received hi; 
ucation at 
education 
■Vodaas. Rabbi Rapps. in his seven 
years at Yeshiva, has been an in- 
spiration to all of his students. The 



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VOLUME XXVni, No. 3 



Editbrs-in-Chief 

Business Managar 

Copy Editor ............. 

Feature Editors . . . — . . . 

Layout Editor . . . ........ 

Managing Editor 

'Neiws Editors , . . . . . 

Sports Editors ........... 

Typing Editors .......... 



MARCH. 1968 



....... Norman Kram, Myron Schweiger 

iJavid Monderer, Joseph Ratzersdorfer 

Steven Gross 

. Andy Eichenholz, Joel Grossman, 

David Greenstein, Michael Markovitz 

Abbe Dienstag 

:;. ... Marc Stern 

Johnathan Buckwold, 

Mark Meirowitz, Larry Mittman 

Noah Nunberg, Phil Twersky 

David Levin, David Pulver 



Academy News congratulates Kab- 
bi Rapps and wishes him much 
luck in the future. 



t,ional 

demanding jobs. 

The selection 



by 

ternstein 

in by 

•s each 

■tudent 

Iwo-term 
Miller 
rns as 
D-, and 

|the jun- 

irganiza- 
their 



Class Officers 
Elected 

Sixteen officers were elected to 
the spring term Class Councils 
on Tuesday, February 20, 1968. 
No elections were required this 
term for the president and sec- 

Perspicuous, objective, insightful, 
informative. Though the Academy 
News is not the New York Times, this 
year's editors have published a 
school newspaper which is both dis- 
tinctive and highly interesting. The 
diligent news stafF endeavored to 
print news coverage of the school's 
fast breaking stories while they were 
still fresh. Often, however, publica- 
tion of many articles was delayed 
because of the vast amount of news 
which had to be published. Those 
articles which were printed proved to 
report not only the events themselves 
but also the background information 
which is essential to in-depth under- 
standing of the news. 

The Academy News did not limit 
itself to mere news coverage. Colum- 
nists appearing regularly in the paper 
included Joel Grossman (Under the 
Dome), David Greenstein, David 
Birnbaum (Honorary Lit. -Editor), Marc 
Stern, and Donald Duck. The 
paper also featured interviews of 
several vibrant Yeshiva figures, 
among them Dean David Mirsky and 
Mr. Jeroid Aronson. 

The Editors-in-Chief, Norman Kram 
and Myron Schweiger, and the Editor 
of the Editorial Page, Steven Gross, 
did not fear to voice their opinions 
on the many controversial issues 
which confronted the more involved 
Yeshiva student. These issues included 
student apathy, poor testing condi- 
tions, and saying those things which 
are not. Surprisingly, administrative 
censorship was very limited. 



of next year's 



raising campaign this year, there- 
by relieving much of their bur- 
den next year. Most important, 
the early selection will give all 
the new editors an opportunity 
to work with the present editors, 
(Continued on page 5) 



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Copy Editor 

Steven Gross 




Sports Editors 

Phil Twersky Noah Nunberg 





Managing Editor 

Marc Stern 




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avid Greenstein Michael Markov/itz 













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Editors 


David 


Levin 


David Pulver 



Business Managers 

Joseph Ratzersdorfer David Monderer 




News Editors 

Larry Mittman Mark Meirowitz 

Harry Bloom Jonathan Buckwold 




Layout Editor 

Abbe Dienstag 



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standing: N. Eisenberg, B. Panzer, M. Fisher, M. Shaffren, H. Longer, J. Rosenberg, M. Meirowitz, M. 
Markovitz, D. Birnbaum. seated. B. Doino, S. Heller, A. Eichenholz, N. Flaumenhoft, S. Leaf. 



Compact '67 made a big hit when it arrived just 
in time for Wintersession. This Eichenholz-Langer 
production stimulated the whole school into creativ- 
ity for fear of a repeat performance. 

Because of the diligent efForts of Editor-in-Chief 
Eichenholz, this year's Compact came out twice as 
many times as last year's. Thanks to the persever- 
ance of Rabbi Weinbach, this is the second con- 
secutive year that Yeshiva University High School 
has produced a literary magazine. Judging by this 
year's product, the Compact has truly come of age. 
The editors of the Elchanite sincerely hope that the 
administration will continue to support this student 
publication. 




Editor-in Chief, Compact — A. Eichenholz, 



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Yagdil Torah 





Yagdil Torah is the name of a new publication 
first put out (with the help- of G-d) last year. Con- 
by Rabbi A. Bronspigel, who now serves as 
censor, Yagdil Torah is a magazine of orig- 
idusbim by our Yeshiva students. Y.T., as it is 
onately called, is designed to spur the drive 'A 
earning among the students by encouraging •'^ 
to contribute articles which are their own. An 
onal incentive is the five-dollar prize, which, of 
, is expected to go toward the purchasing of 
r, offered for the best article in each issue, 
e past two years Y.T. has been under the co- 
ship of Naftali Lewin and David Greenstein, 
out-going seniors. It is hoped that Yagdil 
with such an important function to perform, 
ave continued success. 



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Student Council 




FAIL STUDENT COUNCIL 

standing: B. Kopitnikoff, M. Wruble, B. Panzer, M. Levy, B. 
Lunzer, D. Grossman, J. Baraban, A. Epstein, seofed: R. Safier, 
M. Jablon, R. Block, E. Burns, L Brovman, M. Fogel. 



The Student Council is proud of the achievements 
of this year's G.O. This year's General Organiza- 
tion has been more active than any other in the 
school's recent history. Membership reached an all 
time high of 525 or 91 % of the school's total en- 
rollment. This remarl<able percentage was reached 
without any enducements or threats on the part of 
the G.O. 

It is important to mention some of the noteworthy 
accomplishments of the G.O. during the past two 
terms. Perhaps the most distinguished of all en- 
deavors has been the successful attempt to organize 
a learning seder. In keeping with the ideals of 
Yeshiva University, the Student Council passed a 
resolution establishing rewards for extra-curricular 
learning. 

New to the MTA scene this year was the Dra- 
matics Club founded by our active student govern- 
ment. Next year's seniors will thrill to the entertain- 
ment by our talented prodigies as the club gains 
more members and becomes a functioning part of 
the school's diversified activities program. 





SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL 

standing: B. Belfer, J. Levy, M. Wruble, I. Dropper, D. Gross- 
man, H. Weisler, L. Bravman, J. Morgenstern, G. Stryng. seoted: 
B. Panzer, J. Hankin, R. Block, E. Burns, K. Paretzky, M. 
Meirowitz. 



G.O. Executive Council 
R. Block, E. Burns 



After many years of debate over the somewhat 
unfair credit system, an equitable solution has been 
reached. The Awards Committee has finally insti- 
tuted a system which proves to be just and impar- 
tial. The few students who have taken an altruistic 
attitude towards school will receive a fair remunera- 
tion from the General Organization, while the many 
students have been members of non-functioning 
teams and committees will also receive an ample 
reward. 

Entertainment became an important factor in 
G.O. benefits this year. Members who cared to at- 
tend were treated to one of the most outstanding 
motion pictures of the early 1920's. 

The year ended with a truly magnanimous ges- 
ture on the part of the G.O. Profits from many hun- 
dreds of boxes of Barton's Passover confections 
sold by the General Organization were given to the 
Ezra Fund of the Rabbinical Council of America. The 
purpose of the candy drive was to help purchase 
Matzoh's for Jews in the Soviet Union. The student 
response to the drive was very gratifying. 



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FALL SENIOR COUNCIL 
standing: J. Grosman, M. Fisher, 
love, seated: M. Levy, R. Safler, 



A. Blinder, H. Bloon 
M. Joblon, B. Panze 



Though it seemingly accom- 
plished nothing, the Senior Council 
of the fall term proved to be one 
of the most successful senior coun- 
cils of all time. Unfortunately, it 
has not done anything for the 
senior student body. Two major 
operations were undertaken by 
the council. 

The first major action of the 
council was the procuring of bas- 
ketball tickets for the class. It 
proved to be a highly successful 
endeavor. All tickets were sold; 
however, 20 of the 25 tickets were 
not sold to seniors. 



Senior Council 




SPRING SENIOR COUNCIL 

sfondi'ng: A. Blinder, P. Hochzstein, M. Berlove. seofed: B. Pan- 
zer, J. Hankin, K. Paretzky, M. Meirowitz. 



The senior derbies went over 
like ruptured pole-vaulters. Mem- 
bers of the class swallowed up the 
derbies with much enthusiasm. 
They also stomped on them, sat on 
them, and threw them away. 

The best example of student 
government seen in many years 
was the election and functioning 
of the spring term Senior Council. 
As shown by the elections, each of 
the four members of the council 
had 100% of his class behind 
him. The council, as a whole, ac- 
complished exactly what the sen- 
ior class expected them to do. 



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Dormitory 




Dorm Council 

standing: S. Morkowitz, G. Frenkel, A. Kaplan, M. Neiss, S. Steinberg, E. 

Genouer, M. Wruble. seofed: S. Heller, M. Fisher, J. Narotsky, J, Wimpf- 

heimer. 

Whenever a large group of people are confined 
to a small area, tempers will flare and a governing 
body is needed. In our dormitoiy, this function is 
performed by the Dorm Council, along with its judi- 
cial arm, the Dorm Court. The Council, led by Presi- 
dent Jay Narotsky, enforces the rules of the resi- 
dence hall, including the Code of Proper Behavior 
for underclassmen and juniors when confronting 
seniors. When the Council fails to settle a matter 
peacefully, the Dorm Court is called into action. 
This body, consisting of a board of three judges, 
Chief-Justice Steve Heller and Justices Paul Schnei- 
der and Martin Fisher, decides such questions fairly 
and justly. Since tension ran high at the courtroom 
hearings, Sergeants-at-Arms Benny Taube and Jack 
Hankin stood by to see that there was "order in the 
court." During one lawsuit, Hankin himself became 
so emotional that he was forceably ejected by 
Taube. By airing questions in the open, the Dorm 
Court and the Dorm Council make our "house" 
more livable. 





Dormocrot 

standing: E. Genouer, J, Wimpfheimer, J. Hankin, J. Narots-ky, P. Schneider, A. Blin- 
der, M. Wruble. sealed: B. Taube, S. Heller, B. Daina, M. Fisher, J. Grossman. 

The Dormacraf, issued in co-operation with our 
school, is the ofRciai publication of MTA's dormitory. 
The Druckman Beer Hall, better known as that little 
old building sandwiched in between Yeshiva Col- 
lege's towering dorm buildings, contains more than 
one hundred students from all parts of the country. 
This year, after an absence of four years, the high 
school dorm periodical returned, thanks to the loyal 
guidance of Rabbi Joseph P. Urivetsky and the un- 
tiring efforts of editor Bernard Daina. Besides writ- 
ing feature articles for each issue and directing the 
Dormocrot's publication, Bernie drew the eye-catch- 
ing covers of the publication. With the help of a 
staff representing six states, the periodical offered 
poems, jokes, provocative crossword puzzles, and 
articles on religion, the cinema, and dormitory 
"happenings." Having proved that a "literary" 
magazine can be published economically, the Dor- 
mocrot was praised by Dean Rabinowitz of Y.C. as 
being "worthwhile." 



Dorm Court 

stonding, J. Hankin, B. Taube 

S. Heller, P. Schneider. 



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Yeshiva Bowl Team 





sfanding: N. lewin, S. Kasten, A. Gross, M. Schonfeld, A. Dienstag, S. Block, seated: S. Zii 
Schweiger, Captain S. Steinberg, J. Grossman, G. Kaufman. 



One of the most demanding of MTA's "intellectual" teams is the Yeshiva Bowl 
Team. Requiring quick reflexes and an extensive knowledge of all topics, this year's 
team compiled an amazing record. Although all of the players have a good back- 
ground in all subjects, two students especially strong in math and science and two 
strong in history and current events started at each meet. This combination, developed 
by Captain Steven Steinberg, which was first used on an experimental basis, has 
worked rather well. The squad's key player, who set an all-time MTA Yeshiva Bowl 
scoring record, is Abbe (quick hands) Dienstag. In the first meet of the year, against 
Manhattan Central, he was the first to hit the buzzer on nine toss-ups, while the rest 
of the teams answered only three others! The team's literature-and-arts man was Joel 
Grossman, who confounded the opposition with his good looks and knowledge of 
classics and cinema trivia. Myron Schweiger and Naftali Lewin, along with Dienstag, 
made up the team's math and science division. The team's history and current events 
man was Captain Steinberg, who, along with newcomers Gary Kaufman, Stanley 
Zimmerman, and Mark Schonfeld, is known for his sports minutia. Thanks to Yeshiva 
College's sophisticated buzzer apparatus, the team had many thrilling meets, the most 
exciting being the 330-320 come-from-behind victory over Flatbush. 




Debating Team 



Led by Captains Joel Grossman, Shalom Leaf, and Kenneth 
Paretzky, the Debating Team bulled its way through another success- 
ful campaign, though the squad's won-loss record didn't accurately 
reflect the high caliber of speechmaking. This year's topics included 
the advisibility of press coverage in the courtroom, the abandonment 
of the Apollo project, and the U.S. position in Viet-Nam. Returning 
from last year were veterans David Birnbaum, Abbe Dienstag, and 
Steve Steinberg. These three polemicists continued to evince strong 
forensic aptitude, ostentatiously vitiating the specious and spurious 
contentions of their opponents. The leader of the rebuttalists was 
Joel Grossman, MTA's Abba Ebon. As usual, the highlights of the 
year were the Central debates. Against Brooklyn Central, members 
of our team were treated to an eye-opening tour of the new building 
complex, climaxed by an inadvertent visit to the girls' locker room. 
Before SRO crowd at Yeshiva, the mini-skirted maidens of Man- 
hattan squeaked by with a narrow victory, despite the fine rebutting 
of Steve Steinberg. Though team victories were scarce, shining indi- 
vidual performances made up for the mediocre record. The '67-'68 
campaign can unquestioningly be termed a success. 




standing: M. Katz, D. Mark, D. Birnbaum, D. Greenstein, B. lunzer, A. Dienstag, D. 

Grossman, seated. J. Ratzersdorfer, S. Leaf, J. Grossman, K. Paretzky, S. Steinberg. 





Captains, Debating Team 

J. Grossman, S. Leaf, K. Paretzky. 



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Of all the non-athletic teams in our school, the 
Math Team has once again been the most successful. 
Despite the fact that our school competed against 
schools many times its size, this year's squad 
ranked eighth out of the more than thirty-three 
participating schools. Headed by Captains Allan 
(I Know Everything) Wolfish and Martin Fisher, the 
team members are all from our school's advanced 
placement math classes. Seniors Daniel (Hee Hee) 
Chazin, Jonathan Buckwold, Abbe Dienstag, Naf- 
tali Lewin, Myron Schv^eiger, and junior Sidney 
Markowitz, along with the two captains, form the 
nucleus of a strong squad. This year, as in the past, 
many mix-ups prevented the team from reaching 
an even highr rank. Most notable this past season 
was the large sophomore turnout at meets and 
practices, guaranteeing our team a bright future. 



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Elchanite- Senior Class Play 



This year's Elchanite-Senior 
Class Play, the first ever to be of- 
ficially condoned by the school, 
was a smashing success. After be- 
ing postponed from its original 
date of April 7th, the play was 
finally presented on April 28th. 
"Home of the Brave," a critically 
acclaimed play was this year's 
production. 

The cast, a hand picked group, 
worked tirelessly to insure an ex- 
cellent show. (We should not fail 
to add that these were the only 
ones that bothered to audition.) 
Under the leadership of Mr. Larry 
Woxman, our cast, Mark Schon- 
feid, Shalom Leaf, Richard Feczko, 
Noah Nunberg, Milton Ackerman, 
and Avram Stein, learned the art 
of showmanship. Mr. Wachsman 
was aided by Joel Grossman, as- 
sistant director, Michael Markovitz, 
technical director, and Norman 
Kram, art director. 

The editors of Elchanite '68 
wish to thank Mr. Wachsman for 
his great work. 




Mr. I. Wachsman, M. Ackerman, A. Stein, N. Nunberg, S. Leaf, M. Schonfeld, R. Feczko. 



Mr. Larry Wachsman — Director 



Joel Grossman — Ass't. Director 
Michael Markovitz — Technical Director 



Norman Kram — Art Director 




YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 
ELCHANITE '68 



"HOME OF THE BRAVE" 
Sunday, April 7, 1968 - 8:00 p.m. 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
Amsferdom Avenue and 182nd Street, New York 



134 



M. Markovitz, Mr. L. Wachs 




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sfond/ng, bock row: L. Ilson, B. Panzer, N. Kram, M. Sch 
M. Stern, G. Kaufman, H. Bloom, S. Steinberg, J. Rotzersdo 
Seidlin. standing: P. Hoctisztein, J. Grossman, S. Zimmerman, 
man, M. Jablon, A. Blinder, H, Perl, S. Gross, J. Neuhaus, S. H 
L. Mittmon, T. Gans, J. Buckwold. seoted: E. Genou 
Wolfish, M. Fisher, N. Lewin, R. Block, kneeling. 
A. Stein. 



The members bf this year's Arista out-did them- 
selves in attempting to live up to the high standards 
set by members of the Tehila Chapter in previous 
years. Among the notable achievemnts of our honor 
society was the election of President Abbe Dienstag 
and Vice-President Myron Schweiger. Arista also 
assumed the responsibility of maintaining the 
school's Tutoring Squad. Members of the tutoring 
staff asked no remuneration for their services but 
v/ere content with the knowledge that they had 
been instrumental in furthering the education of their 
fellow students. Because Arista consisted of those 
Seniors who had excelled not only in their Hebrew 
and English studies but also in their service to the 
school, it was evident that the prime function of 
Arista was to serve as an example and inspiration 
to the student body as a whole. In this task the 
honor society seems to have succeeded admirably 



The Tutoring Squad of Yeshiva University High 
School was founded in September 1966 as a part 
of the student court. It has continued to function 
with its primary goal to give academic aid to any 
student desirous of such assistance. Tutoring in all 
academic subjects is usually given by students who 
have already taken the particular subject. There is 
no charge for any of these services, as tutors are 
rewarded by an allotment of service credits. 

As far as the goal of the squad is concerned, all 
feel that the squad has succeeded in helping stu- 
dents with their studies. However, students must 
always remember that they must work hard on their 
own to find their tutor and develop study habits 
without ever relying wholly on tutoring. It is our 
hope and belief that as long as Rabbi Rapaport 
continues to serve our school, the tutoring squad 
will function and keep on providing assistance to 
students in need. 





stonding, bocJr row.- P. V/einstein, l. Ilson, S. Kleinmon, G. Kaufman, M. Marko- 
vitz, S. Koslowsky, J, Barabon. standing-. P. Reinslein, M. Ickow, S. Heller, D. 
Pulver, M. Shaffren, R. Joel, M. Schonfeld, L. Rubin, H. Bloom, N. Floumenhofl, N. 
Eisenberg, J. Rosenberg, M. Stern, seated- E. Genauer, S. Zimmerman, P. Hoch- 

jztein. Captain M. Meirowitz, M. Jablon, J. Neuhaus,- J—Bciskin 

'K !N CLASS 



135 



Canvassing Committee 




Under the expert guidance of 
veteran campaigner Norman Kram, 
this year's canvassing committee 
did on excellent job carrying out 
the decrees of Dr. Doc. Displaying 
their superior talents (and main 
responsibility) the committee ably 
resolved the close vote counts in 
the fall elections. 

The major features of the spring 
term were the non-election of the 
President and the Senior Councils. 
Better lucl< next time Normie. 



P. Lerner, S. Gross, N. Kram, P. Reinslein. Not Show 



The Yeshiva University High 
School library has presently about 
8,000 books covering all aca- 
demic fields of science, history, 
literature, biographies, fiction, etc. 
It is, as it should be, the pride of 
the school. But from its inception 
in 1929, it has been failing in one 
vital respect — the circulation de- 
partment. There are never more 
than seventy-five booi<s out. 

There are hopes that these con- 
ditions will change for the better. 
There are plans afoot to move the 
library to the second floor into the 
present Gottesman Library as soon 
as the new Pollack Graduate Li- 
brary is completed. 

Undaunted by these obstacles, 
the fearless bibliophiles of the 
library squad went about their 
duties collecting service-credits. A 
great amount of tribute is due also 
to the chief librarian. Dr. Ben D. 
Thapiro. 



Library Squad 




standing, bocit row- H. Kohn, R. Citron, S. Rothman, Q. Mitlelman, B. Rothman, A. Klahr, B. Deilcii, N. 
Zyme, B. lunzer. standing: M. Reich, I. Adier, S. Bloch, R. Stein, S. NussenblatI, L. Galude, M. Kinderman, 
X. Tinct, J. Rosenberg, N. Eisenberg, J. Briskin, D. Nussbaum, B. Remes. sealed: S. Koiin, J. Wimpfheimer, 
P. TwersJiy, Dr. Shapiro, H. Bloom, B. Wenig, L. Kozal<. 



136 



Students in rooms: 

102, 103, 203, 206, 303, 304, 312, 404, 405, 431 
will use the CENTER STAIRWAY from their floors and leave 
the building through the main ( center ) entrance on Amsterdam 
Avenue. They will walk south on the sidewalk and remain op- 
posite Pollack Library, which is between 186th and 185th Streets, 
on the west sidewalk. DO NOT CROSS AMSTERDAM AVENUE 
UNLESS SPECIFICALLY TOLD TO DO SO BY EITHER A 
MEMBER OF THE FACULTY OR SERVICE SQUAD. The students 
will remain there' until the "all clear" signal is given. 



Emergency Squad 



Responding to an impending fire drill, MTA's first 
Emergency Squad was set up under the tutellage of 
Lawrence Mittman. Larry did an admirable job of 
hand-picking the squad from his ten best friends. 
When the big day came, all was in readiness. After 
the alarm was sounded, excited students were 
calmed down and directed by efficient, dedicated 
and awe-inspiring seniors to places of safety. 




Class Attendance 



standing K Paretzky, A Stein, A. Blinder, N. Kram, H. Perl, S. Gross, C. Weiss- 
man, A Dienslag, M Schweiger. sealed: S. Seidlin, J. Rosenberg, L. Mittman, J. 
Neuhaus, D. Birnbaum. 



Date 



Teacher 



Subject 



Period 




standing: P. Davidman, E. Tannenboum, R. Colien, L. Rubin, H. 
Kohn, L. Mittman. seated: P. Sctineider, M. Neiss, J. tHonkin, J. 



Rosenberg. 



Office Squad 



An indispensable organ of the school administra- 
tion, the Office Squad served commendabiy in their 
capacities as clerical assistants. The members (5f the 
squad showed true altruism in giving up their own 
time to make their attendance rounds and perform 
other essential office duties. They constantly ex- 
hibited their admirable qualities, never failing to 
aid those students who required their especial as- 
sistance. It is no wonder that the squad, under the 
direction of Jack Hankin and Moshe Neiss, has 
earned the appreciation of both students and school 
officials alike. 



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French Society 




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standing: J. Rockoff, J. Rosenberg, S. Kleinman, R. Maslionsky, R. Joel, D. Birnbaum, 
G. Koufman, S. Kohn, P. Hochsztein. seated: N. Kram, M. Morkovitz, M. Meirowitz, L. 
Rubin, J. Neuhaus, N. Eisenberg. 

Pour la premiere fois dans I'histoire de notre ecole, une societe francaise 
etait fonde par ses etudiants. Le but de cette societe est d'apprendre de la France, sa 
langage, et I'histoire de sa civilisation et culture. Cette societe est composee 
d'etudiants du quatrieme trimestre scolaire francais. Les reunions se tiennent une fois 
pour semaine apres les heures. Une groupe d'etude a ete arranger a preparer ces 
etudiants qui ont pris L'examination de Regents en francais au mois de juin 1968. 
Cette etude a eu de lecture et des courses en grammaire et literature. 

Trois membres de notre societe ont dejd sustitue pour des professeurs francais 
qui ont ete absents. Cette societe francaise de Yeshiva ete forme en Septembre 1967 
par deux etudiants, Lewis Rubin et Mark J. Meirowitz. Notre cher professeur, Monsieur 
Harry Fried, (president du departement de langues) a gracieusement accepte d'etre 
le conseilleur de la societe. Nous sommes tous tres reconnaissants pour son genereuse 
assistance. La societe a aussi eu I'honneur d'etre adresse par Monsieur le Professeur 
Ernest Simon de Yeshiva University au sujet de I'education en France et du program de 
francais a Yeshiva University. Son disceure a ete recu par tout le monde avec le plus 
grand enthuasm. 

La societe etait fonde pour creeer interet supplementiare en francais, pas 
seulement en grammaire et vocabulaire, mais aussi plus que ca, un desir d'atteindre la 
profondeur de la langue. Nous croyons tous que nous avons reussi dans cette regarde. 




Spanish Society 



standing: S. Kohn, S. Heller, N. Nunberg, P. Twersky, J. Neuhaus, M. Ackerman, H. 
Kohn, J. Rosenberg, H. Leginsky. seated. H. Bloom, Mr. V/ellonsky, B. Doino. 

This year a long standing defect in our language department was remedied by the 
creation of a Spanish Society. Hitherto, while Spanish students received a firm ground- 
ing in basic conversation and grammar (?) the study of Spanish culture was largely 
neglected. The Spanish Society, formed by Harry Bloom, Shelly Kohn, Leon Kozak, 
Howard Kohn, and Andy Eichenholz, was designed to fill this void. At the weekly 
meetings (held every two months) the members of the society, under the guidance of 
Mr. Kalman Welansky (sic.) presented short lectures on Spanish history, customs, and 
government. Mr. Welansky stimulated interest by injecting Spanish humor into the dis- 
cussions. The success of the society was demonstrated by the large number of students 
who voluntarily gave up their class time in order to further their knowledge of Spain 
and its inhabitantsix;!?:? In conclusion we'd just like to say "Muchas gracias, Kal!" 




Chess Team 




standing, back row: P. Reinstein, A. Gross, L. Ilson, G. Kaufman, A. Steinberger. 
standing: S. Heller. N. Eisenberg, S. Schenker, M. Meirowitz, H. longer, J. Briskin, 
M. Seidman, S. Block, seofed. M. Fisher, M. Fuks, A. Wolfish, Captain M. Morkovilr, 
P. Hochszlein, M. Hertzberg, M. Kindermon. 



This year's Chess Team, led by Captain Michael Markovitz, held many tryouts and 
practice meets in order to develop a strong and skilled squad. Unfortunately, our arch 
rival Ramaz (the only school with whom we have had meets in the past two years) 
failed to produce a team this year, leaving us without an opponent. To add to the 
team's troubles, the lY failed to come through with its proposed schedule of chess 
meets. Undaunted, Captain Markovitz attempted to compete with George Washington 
High School, but unsuccessfully. (It seems that G.W. was a bit drowsy this year.) It is 
hoped that next year's captain, Victor Sussman, will be more successful. 




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standing, back: P. Twersky, R. Singer, R. Cohen, R. Hoenig, M. Goldman, H. Dochs, A. Chorales, S. Jacobson, E. Gen- 
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10 


3 


30.0 


1 





00.0 


6 


0.6 


3 


Oct. 


28 


69 


52 


B.T.A. 


Goldman 


9 


7 


2 


28.6 


1 





00.0 


4 


0.4 


10 


Nov. 


4 


65 


40 


H.I.L.I. 


Cohen 


10 


12 


3 


25.0 


4 


1 


25.0 


7 


0.7 


11 


Nov. 


15 


55 


35 


R.J.J. 


Hoenig 


7 


8 


1 


12.5 


3 


1 


33.3 


3 


0.4 


10 


Nov. 


18 


72 


41 


Rogosin 


Totals 


16 


907 


440 


48.5 


343 


185 


53.9 


1065 


66.6 


538 


Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


22 
5 
9 

14 
16 


59 
51 
55 
59 
84 


66 
70 
42 
43 
52 


Albertus Magnu 

Nanuet 

Y.C.Q. 

Flatbush 

J.E.C. 










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Dec. 


21 


54 


42 


Nonuef 




G 


FGA 


FGM 


FG% 


FTA 


FTM 


FT% 


TP 


AVE 


REB 


Jan. 


8 


44 


52 


Riverdole 


Perl 


23 


240 


113 


47.0 


127 


73 


57.5 


299 


13.0 


169 


Jon. 


13 


63 


53 


B.T.A. 


Seidlin 


24 


265 


133 


50.0 


128 


64 


50.0 


330 


13.8 


250 


Jan. 


27 


74 


53 


Romoz 


Glazer 


22 


288 


114 


39.5 


59 


44 


74.6 


272 


12.4 


31 


Feb. 


1 


65 


54 


Cathedral 


Wolf 


26 


163 


63 


38.6 


44 


25 


57.0 


151 


5.8 


50 


Feb. 


3 


57 


31 


Rogosin 


Lempel 


25 


312 


140 


45.0 


98 


52 


53.0 


332 


13.3 


165 


Feb. 


10 


76 


42 


R.J.J. 


Eckstein 


19 


89 


39 


43.8 


40 


25 


62.5 


103 


5.4 


80 


Feb. 


17 


64 


37 


Romoz 


Wenig 


22 


53 


22 


41.5 


18 


8 


44.5 


52 


2.4 


32 


Feb. 


22 


79 


68 


Pope Pius 


Jacobson 


14 


29 


10 


34.5 


12 


6 


50.0 


26 


1.9 


16 


Feb. 


24 


37 


34 


H.I.L.I. 


Chanales 


14 


19 


5 


26.3 


9 


2 


22,2 


12 


0.9 


3 


Feb. 


29 


54 


57 


Lourdes 


Dochs 


11 


10 


3 


30.0 


1 





00.0 


6 


0.5 


3 


Mar. 


2 


55 


61 


Trinity 


Goldman 


10 


8 


2 


25.0 


1 





00.0 


4 


0.4 


10 


Mar. 


5 


42 


AS 


H.I.L.I. 


Cohen 


10 


12 


3 


25.0 


4 


1 


25.0 


7 


0.7 


11 


Mar. 


9 


69 


42 


Flotbush 


Hoenig 


9 


9 


1 


11.0 


4 


1 


25.0 


3 


0.3 


10 


Mar. 


10 


89 


55 


Y.C.Q. 


Totals 


26 


1497 


648 


43.2 


545 


301 


55.3 


1597 


61.4 


830 


Mar. 


30 


48 


49 


H.I.L.I. 



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For the most part, this was the year of the Lion. The M.T.A. bas- 
ketball team dominated all other Jewish high schools in the metro- 
politan area for the bulk of the season. The Lions possessed one of 
the strongest teams in recent M.T.A. history, captained by playmaker 
Harold Perl. The rebounding chore was left to Scott Seidlin and of- 
fense to Morty Lempel. The defensive experts and outside shooters 
were Hershy Wolf and Neal Glazer. Our two top reserves, Yechiel 
Eckstein and Barry Wenig, might have started on any other team in 
the league. In short, M.T.A. had a very well-rounded team. 

The year started off quite auspiciously with the Lions steam- 
rolling over J.E.C. 86-38 in the Garden. Harold Perl led the team 
with 31 points. Following an exhibition win over H.I.L.I., we took on 
B.T.A. Wolf's outside shooting undid the Yugars, spurring us on to a 
69-52 win. Our next victim was H.I. L.I. and this time it was the 
"Beast" Glazer's hot shooting which sparked the Lions to an easy 
65-40 victory. 

After successive wins over R.J.J, and Rogosin, the team left the 
Yeshiva League for some "extra-curricular" games. The one against 
arch-rival Albertus Magnus was tight all the way with the score tied at 
the end of regulation play. Then, despite a great effort by Lempel, 
we finally lost in overtime. Due to Harold Perl's sidelining with an 
injured ankle, M.T.A. lost its next game to Nonuet. Against Y.C.Q. 
the team regained its winning ways with Yuck-Eckstein, filling in for 
injured Scott Seidlin, leading the way. 

The battle between unbeaten Flatbush and M.T.A. threatened to 
be a tough one. After a tight first half, the game was tied, but an all 
out team effort in the second half overwhelmed the Falcons and we 
coasted to an easy 59-43 victory. After an easy win over J.E.C, we 
again left the league and got our revenge against Nanuet with a 
59-42 victory, but lost to Riverdale. M.T.A. bounced back, however, 
for a 63-53 win over B.T.A. Ramaz and Rogosin were no match for 
Scott Seidlin, who poured in 45 points to give the Lions two more 
in the win column. We then proceeded to cool ofF a sizzling R.J.J, 
team and followed this by easily rolling over Ramaz. 

The high point of the season easily was our 79-68 win over un- 
defeated Pope Pius. This was the first time in the M.T.A. — Pope Pius 
rivalry that the Lions came out on top and was mostly due to Scott 
Seidlin's 28 points. We then travelled to H.I. L.I,, where we pulled out 
a 37-34 victory in the last minute. After a convincing win over YCQ, 
the Lions finally lost a game to HILI in the Madison Square Garden 
exhibition game. Almost everyone scored in double figures in the 
last league game of the season against Flatbush, and MTA finished 
up their 16-0 season with a 69-42 victory. 

The championship game was eagerly looked forward to by all. 
MTA would again be facing HILI and the Lions were out for revenge. 
However, in a tightly contested game marked by two periods of 
overtime, the Lions once more succumbed to HILI, 49-48. This loss 
marred an otherwise very successful and proud season. 





As Captain of this year's team, Harold Perl very capably took 
over the responsibility of being the team's leader on and off the 
court. Possessing a fine shot, strength under the boards, and 
elusive moves, Harold v/as one of the best all-around players in the 
league. His unselfishness on the court and fine passing helped him 
to become the team leader in assists. The Shepherd could alv/ays be 
counted on to keep his cool even in the tightest situations and was 
consistently able to pull the rest of his teammates back together 
again. Among the team leaders in scoring and rebounding. Poll was 
voted MVP in the league's all-star game. 

Neal Glazer's un-orthodox jump shot helped him to become 
one of the league's most feared outside shooters. When he wasn't 
bombing them in from the outside, he was using his speed to go 
around players and put in the quick bucket. His tenacious defensive 
tactics and long arms resulted in many stolen balls for our team. Neal 
was also up there in scoring and had the highest free-throw percent- 
age on the team. 

Always having great potential, Morty Lempel finally became a 
consistent ballplayer this season. His deadliness from the corner and 
his tremendous baseline moves earned him much respect throughout 
our league. Always tough under the boards, Morty many times came 
up with the key follow-up or tip-in. He was known for coming up 
with the impossible shot at times when the situation looked bad for 
our team. Morty was also a consistent high scorer and was voted a 
berth on the league's all-star team. 

Hershy Wolf has a good shot — when and if he decides to use 
it. When he did, Hersh showed himself to be a real spark to the 
team. There were many times when a couple of quick baskets by 
J. B. put our whole team back together. He is a fine ballhandler and 
throughout the season set up many of his teammates with fine lead 
passes. 

"A leaper with a pretty shot" Is the way to describe Yechiel 
Eckstein. Probably one of the best sixth men in the league, Yuck 
came off the bench many times to spark the club with his tough re- 
bounding. His deadly shot and good moves around the basket 
proved valuable assets to the team's efforts. He led all scorers in the 
two games that he started this year. 

As this year's starting center, Scott Seidlin helped our team 
greatly. His rebounding ability was unmatched throughout the 
league. Scott used his 6'7" height to virtually dominate his oppon- 
ents at both ends of the court. A tough defensive man, Scott used his 
unparalleled jumping ability to block many shots. Also among the 
team leaders in scoring, Scott was selected as starting center for the 
league all-star game. 

As our team's third backcourt man, Barry Wenig proved in- 
valuable. Starting many games as a result of injuries to the starting 
five, he always performed admirably. Barry has a fine outside shot 
and is capable of a tough inside game also. His defensive tactics 
and all-around ability were quite effective against our opponents. 




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back: B. Wenig, R. Zinaman, A. Shor, J. Levy, J. Sofier, H. Freiman. middh: A. Zapin- 
sky, D. Grossman, M. Leibowitz, M. Musmon, T. Ell, M. Tykocinski, M. Gribbetz. front- 
M. Bermish, J. Honkin, J. Heiliczer, D. Monderer, Coptoin B. Doino, N. Nunberg, P. 
Schneider, R. Safler. 



In keeping with the proud tradition of activity it had inherited, 
this year's row recruits transformed themselves into a fine competitive 
sv^imming team. With the efforts of veterans Coach Arty Lacher and 
Captain Bernie Daina, we confidently swamped HILI and scored 
numerous other victories. Such notables as Nunberg, Gribetz, 
Heiliczer, and Monderer evinced their outstanding capabilities. Re- 
markable improvements were made by seniors Schneider, Hankin, 
Bermish, and Safier who conscientiously swam on their own during 
non-practice nights. Each week's hard work-outs were enhanced by 
the presence of many eager underclassmen, who assure our team a 
promising future. 





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Baseball 



back: A. Steinberger, N. Eisenberg, H. Perl, J. Narolsky, D. Wilzig, S. Seidlin, R. 
Zinaman, B. Wenig, L. Kozak, M. Neiss, R. Feciko. middle: H. Bloom, M. Bermish, M. 
Schweiger, M. Fisher, M. Jablon, M. Dykan, D. Grossman, R. Sofier. front: Captain 
J. Hankin, P. Twersky, M. levy, N. Glazer, J. Grob, Captain N. Nunberg. 

Going into the baseball season with the responsibility of con- 
tinuing a string of two consecutive undefeated seasons. Captains 
Noah Nunberg and Jack Hankin were not shaken by the fact that the 
team was actually scheduled to play some games. The dauntless duo, 
faced with such minor problems as the lack of a proper playing field, 
equipment, and a team, enthusiastically started spring training early 
in March. The practice really paid off as the team once again re- 
mained undefeated. 



Handball 





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One of the oldest traditions in YUHS, the handball team again 
functioned this year. Inspired by the reading of "The Wall," captains 
Martin Fisher and Steven Heller succeeded in recruiting a talent- 
packed lineup (including three cellists, two violinists, and one pian- 
ist) which proved a formidable threat to all opponents. The backbone 
of the team consisted of singles champs Jay Narotsky and Jack 
Wimpfheimer, and doubles champs Naftali Flaumenhaft — Rafie 
Softer and Steve Steinberg — Phil Landa. By dint of the team's un- 
defeated record it seems sure that the I.Y. first place basketball 
trophy will again land up in Rabbi Weinbach's office. 



147 



Bowling 



Thanks to the initiative of Captains Joy 
Neuhaus and Jay Rosenberg, MTA for the 
first time has an operational bowling team 
this year. Other members include regulars 
Arthur Horowitz, Lewis Rubin, and Norman 
Schwartz, and irregulars Sheldon Kohn, 
Curtiss Pulitzer, Barry Kopitnikoff, Jonathan 
Levy, and Norman Leibowitz. In the first of 
two lY meets this year, Yeshiva made a fair 
start by finishing a close third behind BTA 
and Flatbush, partially due to the absence 
of one of our regular keglers and the re- 
maining four teams. A bright note, how- 
ever, was Captain Rosenberg's capturing 
of the beautiful trophy for individual high 
score which coincided with Mr. Fried's age. 
All in all. Jay and the rest of the team com- 
bined their skills for a truly remarkable 
first year. Yeshiva's bowling team has 
really struck out in its rookie year. 






Tennis 



back; H. Longer, H. Perl, M. levy, M. Dykon, L. Kozak, M. Schonfeld, S. Schaffer, 
middle: P. Twersky, H. Bloom, J. Rotzersdorfer, D. Wilzig, S. Leaf, S. Kohn, D. Besdin, 
J. Nodelbach, R. Zinamon, M, Porness. front. Captains D. Birnbaum, S. Friedland 
E. Genouer, L. Rubin. 



Posing one of the most awesome assem- 
blages of team captains ever to grace our 
school's tennis courts, this year's tennis 
team did us proud. Team members were 
chosen after an exhaustive, month-long 
round-robin elimination tournament. Our 
first victory, over Flatbush, was held out- 
doors in February and resulted in a sweep 
by MTA. After this solid showing, other 
teams shied away from competition. How- 
148 ever, other meets were scheduled. 





fcock: H. Frelman, J. Cohen, I. Zuberm 
D. Levmore, G. Lander, U. Kaufthal, 2 
Tannenbaum, A. Newmark, R. Lunzer. 
Hoenig, Captain A. Faber, J. Merge 



in, D. Wilzig, S. Levmore, 
. Fisher, A. Josefowitz, E. 
fronf. Captain Polack, R. 
istern, ?. Polack. 



Junior Varsity 



Under the inspiring and dedicated coaching of 
Jonathan Halpert, the Junior Varsity basketball 
team fared almost as well as their upper-class 
counterparts. Coming in second place behind BTA 
in a tough league, the J.V. came away with a dis- 
tinguished 14-3 record. Much credit is due to cap- 
tains Faber and Hoenig. A bright future is definitely 
in store for this fine group of athletes. 



Soccer 




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tact: M. Levy, J. Grob, A. Shor, M. Dyken, M. Shoffren, N. 
Eisenberg, D. Levin, M. Wolfe, M. Leibowitz, G. Perl, G. Solvit, 
A. Blinder, D. Gettinger, M. Rothkoph. front: Z. Fisher, B. Kopit- 
nikoff, N. Schwartz, J. Nodelbach, S. Habousha, A. Weiss, R. 
Gruenspecht. 




TRAC K 
TEAM 






Track 




not shown, standing, 1st row; Captains Horry Bloom, Andrew 
Eichenholz; standing, second row: J. Hankin, A. Blinder, A. J. 
Grob, N. Eisenberg, G. Kaufman, S. Block; missing: J. Rothwax 



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RICHARD 

and His Classmates 
upon their Graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feczko 



Congratulations to 
My Grandson 

Jonathan Heiliczer 



Mr. Samuel Heiliczer 



In honor of the Graduation 
of our Grandson 

JONATHAN 

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sklar 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 
to 

Howard Langer 



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Congratulations to 

MENDEL 

from the ARGOFF'S 
of 

Worcester and Filchburg 



Young Israel of Tremont 
is Happy to Congratulate 

Kenneth Paretzky 



Upon His Graduation. 



May he follow in the footsteps of his 
illustrious father, and blaze the trail 
for his younger brothers. 

DAVID I. BLOCK 
President 



Congratulations to 

Norman Kram 

Upon His Graduation 

from 

Yeshiva University High School 

GEORGE KLEIN 

Barton's Candy Corporation 



Congratulations to 



David Birnbaum 



and all Graduates — 1968 



Eli Zborowski 



Compliments of 

Congregation 
Sons of Abraham 

Albany, New York 



Congratulations to 

David Birnbaum 

and the Class of '68 



from 
MOM, DAD, SARA, EVE 



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Our Best Wishes to the 



Class of '68 



Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Chazin 



Congratulations to 

CHARLES 



from his 
PARENTS and SISTER 



Congratulations to 



Steve Steinberg 



from 
HIS PARENTS 




"What Me Worry?!" 
Congratulations to 

Jules Briskin 



Best Wishes 



Richard Zinaman 



From Countess Layne 



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Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

SHELLY 

Upon His Graduation 



HIS PARENTS 



To... 

Ciirtiss Pulitzer 

with Best Wishes for a Successful and 
Happy Future. May his life's path al- 
ways follow the teachings of Y.U.H.S. 

From His Loving 
FATHER and BROTHER 



A FRIEND 



of 



Daniel Chazin 



Our appreciation to all the teachers 
who contributed to 

Richard JoePs 

education. 



Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ashwal 



Dear Fellas: 

Sorry I wasn't able to see you again. 
You should see my new peis. For some 
reason, all the people around me wear 
white and I'm kind of tied up lately. 

Affectionately, 

Rabbi Landsdorf 



To Our Son 

JERRY 

All the Luck in the World 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Leibler 



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Mazel Tov To 



Harry Herman Leginsky 



From your Friends, 
S. J. L. Go. 




"Out, damned spot!" 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

Arnold Druck 



from 

MR. and MRS. LEON DRUCK 

and MARILYN 



To Our Son, 

Elya 

ALAY V'HATZLACH 



MOM and DAD 



Best Wishes to 



Paul L. Schneider 



UNCLE MANNIE 
AUNT HELENE 



THE MONDERER FAMILY WISHES 



DAVID 



BEST WISHES TO A HAPPY FUTURE 



UPON HIS GRADUATION. 



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Best Wishes for a 
Successful Future to 

Moshe Neiss 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Friedman 
and Family 



Best Wishes to 



GABE 



from the Gribetz Family 



Mazel Tov to Our 

MOSHE 

and His Classmates 

Rabbi and Mrs. E. Neiss 
and Devorah 



Congratulations to 

RICHARD 

From His Parents 
and Brother Marty 



Mazel Tov to Our 

Beloved Son & Brother 

and His Classmates 
Upon Graduation 

Cantor and Mrs. Moshe Taiibe 
Rachel and Pnina 



Best Wishes to 



King Sanford Landa 



and His Court 



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Good Luck, Success and a 
Bright Future to 

Harry Herman Leginsky 



From 

Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Hamburger 

Mr. and Mrs. Sherman ZuckoiF 



In Memory of my Dad 



Louis Zises 



Bernard Zises 



Best Wishes to the 



Class of '68 



A FRIEND OF 
STEVE HERSKOVITS 



To... 

Harry Herman Leginsky 

Mazel Tov! ! Good Health 
and Future Happiness. 

Grandma, Dad, Mom, Ned, Martin 
Aunts, Uncles and Cousins 



Greetings . 



Mr. and Mrs. 

Samuel Stuch 

and Family 



Congratulations to 

Jay Narotsky 

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Eisenberg 
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Eisenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eisenberg 
Mrs. Ben Kline 
Sheila, Matty and Naomi 



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Compliments of 

Hartz Mountain 

PET FOODS 



Compliments 

Production Workers 
Union Local 148 

Aff. I.U.D.T.W. A.F.L.-C.I.O. 

147-14 Archer Avenue 
Janiacia, N, Y. 11435 

JOSEPH NARDONE, President 
ROBERT BOSSMAN, Sec.-Treas. 



Shamokin Wollen Mills 



450 - 7th Avenue 
New York, New York 



CYpress 3-8900 Bernard J. Potack 

A & P Coat, Apron 
& Linen Supply, Inc. 

Main Office: 

1376 Cromwell Avenue 
Bronx 52, N, Y. 

Branch Offices: Long Island: FL 3-8114 
New Jersey: 653-2438 



EVergreen 8-2876 

Nova Scotia 
Food Products Corp. 

NOVIE BRAND 

Packers, Ciirers, Smokers & Distributors 

of All Varieties of Fish & Condiments 

77 Lombardy Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 11222 



SCHNITZLER 

GLATT KOSHER 

682 AUerton Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 



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Congratulations to 

Marc Jablon 



BELL YARN CO. 

75 Essex Street 

New York, N. Y. 10002 

LI 9-3366 

F. & J. 

Roofing & Siding Co. 

40 Clive Hill Rd. 

Metuclien, N. J. 



^JWfP" ' jF '.y'yrv' ' ' ' 



IF you OON*T 
COME IN 
i SUNDAY 

k DONT COME 

I 



■1 



IN MONDAY. 



THE 
MANAOEMENT 



925-9876 PhiUp Sisselman 

Green & Sisselman Inc. 

New York's Foremost Manufacturers of 

LABELS 

Foil, Paper, Plastic, Hot Foil Stamping, 
Pressure Sensitive 

34 Hubert Street 
New York, N. Y. 10013 



Best Wishes from 



Rockland Distributing 
Co., Inc. 

Magazines and Periodicals 
Wholesale Distribution 



Compliments of 



Lempel & Weg Co., Inc. 



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Congratulations to 

THE CLASS OF '68 

ALEX, GENE, AND THE 
GANG AT THE SPOON 

Birchat Mazal-Tov to Our 
WONDERFUL NEPHEW 

JAY ROSENBERG 

CHAIM & LEAH ROSENBERG 

CONGRATULATIONS 
FRIEND OF 

CHAPLAIN MAX H. DAINA 



Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. 
CHARLES F. WIMPFHEIMER 



To JO - JO 

We'll Sure Miss You 

THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY 

YUHSGM 



A FRIEND OF 

RICHARD FECZKO 



ANONYMOUS 



SUPPORT THE 
ACADEMY NEWS 

N.S.K. 

M.S. 

H.N.Y. 



THINK — A NEW EXPERIENCE 
J. L. 



Congratulations to 

NEAL GLAZER 

From 
DAD, MOM, GRANDMA & FAMILY 



Best Wishes to 

ELI 

Mr. and Mrs. JACK GENAUER 

MARTIN and ESTHER 
Seattle, Washington 

Compliments of 

BERREL STEINBERG 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 
Best Wishes to 

HAROLD 

AND HIS FELLOW CLASSMATES 

From his parents 
MR. AND MRS. S. PERL 



Cong^ratulations to 

HAROLD 

AND ALL HIS CLASSMATES 

from his grandparents 
MR. & MRS. S. BERG 

Compliments of 
A FRIEND OF 

DAVID BIRNBAUM 

Best Wishes to 

MICHAEL MARKOVITZ 

Upon His Graduation 

J. SIMON 

TRANS-WORLD OPTICAL 



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Best Wishes to 
ALL THE GRADUATES 

NELLIE MARKOVITZ 

Congratulations to 

MARC SHAFFREN 

From his 
GRANDMOTHER and UNCLE 

With Best Wishes for 
Every Success to 

JONAH ROCKHOFF 

From Rev. and Mrs. 
HERMAN ROCKOFF 

Compliments of 
A FRIEND OF 

YECHIEL ECKSTEIN 

Congratulations to OUR SON 

ERNST M. WEIGL 

and his FELLOW GRADUATES 
Dr. and Mrs. ALFRED WEIGL 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
OUR SON AND BROTHER 

ALLEN 

Mr. & Mrs. DAVID BERG 
and FAMILY 



In Honor of the Graduation of 
OUR SON 

DAVID 

Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM LEVIN 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

IRWIN LIEBERMAN 

From 
THE BENJAMINS 




Tijuana Brass?? Perhaps. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
TO OUR SON 

IRWIN 

UPON HIS GRADUATION 



To Our Dear Son 

JERRY 

With all the best of Mazel 

to his future 

THE LEIBLERS 

Heartiest Congratulations to 

JAY ROSENBERG 

From SARAH LONDON 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

TO A FAVORITE NEPHEW 

BEST OF LUCK 
LEISTNER FAMILY 



Lots of Luck in the future to 

HAROLD 

And His FELLOW CLASSMATES 
MURRAY and LESLIE 



Congratulations to 

JAY 

THE NAROTSKYS 



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Compliments of 

RABBI & MRS. 
JACOB KLEINMAN 

Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. 
MAX KLEINMAN 

AND FAMILY 
Congratulations to 

DAVID W. 

AVON HAIRSPRAY, INC. 

Best Wishes to 
Our Dear and Beloved Son 

MYRON 

From MOM and DAD 

Bracha V'hatzlacha 
TO OUR SON 

JAY ROSENBERG 

And The Entire Senior Class 
Mr. & Mrs. LOUIS ROSENBERG 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

JAY ROSENBERG 

AND CLASSMATES 

Upon Graduation from High School 

CLAIRE GOLD and SARAH BERLIN 




Congratulations to my beloved son 

JACK MINTZ 

Upon his Graduation 
MRS. RUZENA MINTZ 



Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1968 

From THE PEARLS 
Best of Luck to 

CHARLES KORNFELD 

From 
Mr. and Mrs. M. ROTTENBERG 

Congratulations to 

MARC SHAFFREN 

From His PARENTS 

Best of Luck to 

CHARLES KORNFELD 

from 
MR. & MRS. C. GETZLER 



Best of Luck to Our Son 

CHARLES KORNFELD 

Upon his Graduation 

From 
MR. and MRS. L KORNFELD 



Congratulations to 

JAY NEUHAUS 

From 

MR. and MRS. DAVID NEUHAUS 

DR. and MRS. SHELDON WIEDER 

and LAURIE DENA 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MICHAEL KINDERMAN 

From Cousins 
MAX and PEARL KINDERMAN 



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Can I open my eyes now, I\'aomi? 



Best Wishes to 

MARK DYKAN 

KAHAN JEWELERS 

Compliments of 

MRS. JOSEPH D. GREENBERG 



Maze! Tov to Our Brother 

JOEL ROTHWAX 

ROSELEE and JOEL PAUL 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Congratulations to 

NORMAN KRAM 

Upon His Graduation 

WADSWORTH 5c & 10c STORE 

4050 BROADWAY 

Congratulations to 

JONATHAN SKLAR 

And All His CLASSMATES 

From his 
GRANDJMOTHER APPLETON 

Mazel Tov to 

MOSHE NEISS 

Prom His Grandparents 
MR. & MRS. SAMUEL FEINSILVER 



Mazel Tov to 

MOSHE NEISS 

From His Aunt & Uncle 
Mr. & Mrs. JACK HIESIGER 

and FAMILY 



Best Wishees to 

ABBE DIENSTAG 

From 

MR. and MRS. S. BRAVMAN 

CLASS OF '68 

To ELYA LADELL 

Best Wishes for Continued Success 
From AN ALUMNAS 



Congratulations to 

RABBI & MRS. FRANK 



To Our Dear Grandson 

ELIYAHU LADELL 

Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

Continued Success 

RABBI and MRS. MICHAEL ZEV 



Congratulations to 

STEVE STEINBERG 

from 
MR. and MRS. M. TWERSKY 

Seattle, Washington 

Congratulations to 

STEVE STEINBERG 

from 
MR. and MRS. A. S. MOHRER 

Seattle, Washington 

Congratulations to 

STEVE STEINBERG 

FROM HIS PARENTS 

Mazel Tov to 

SIM 

On His Graduation 
MOM YITZ CHAY 



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GO TO 

YESHIVA 

THE FACULTY 

Compliments to 

BENJY STRAUS 

CLASS OF '71 



Best Wishes from 

GRIBETZ FAMILY 



ISN'T THIS 

ELCHANITE 

GREAT? 



Congratulations to 

NORMAN 

MR. & MRS. EISENBERG 
MAX and ABBY 

Congratulations to 

MILTON 

On His Graduation, from 
MOM and DAD 

Congratulations to 

PHIL TWERSKY 

From His FAMILY 

"Nation shall not lift up sword 
against nation." 

DR. SAMUEL GREENBERG 



Best Wishes to Our Cousin 

STANLEY R. ZIMMERMAN 

JOSHUA, VICTOR and 
SETH SCHWARTZ 



In honor of our grandson 

STANLEY R. ZIMMERMAN 

MR. and MRS. E. ZIMMERMAN 
MRS. D. COHEN 



Best Wishes to the 

CLASS OF 1968 

MR. and MRS. M. ZIMMERMAN 
and SAMUEL PHILIP 

You Ionize Them 

We dubang 'em 

NEW YORK PHYSICS CLUB 

(Meetings Every Friday Night) 



Best Wishes to the Boys in 
RABBI ALPERT'S SHIUR AND 

BROTHER ALVIN 

IRV. and PAUL REINSTEIN 

Congratulations to 

MILTON 

Upon His Graduation 

MR. and MRS. LASZLO ACKERMAN 

and FAMILY 



Congratulations to 

HERSHEY WOLF 

AND THE 
MEMBERS OF HIS CLASS 



Congratulations to 
OUR GRANDSON 

DAVID MONDERER 



MR. and MRS. A. STURM 



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Best Wishes to 

KALMAN WOLLANSKY 

From 
MAREY KOHN 



Best Wishes to 

JAY NAROTSKY 

DR. and MRS. ALEXANDER GRALNICK 
and FAMILY 



Congratulations to 

SAM 

On His Graduation from 

MR. and MRS. ABE KOSLOWSKY 

and BROTHER 



Congratulations to our son 

STEVEN 

Upon His Graduation 
MR. and MRS. S. HELLER 

Best Wishes and Success to 

MARK DYKAN 

From JOSEPH STERN 
Compliments from Friends of 

NORMAN EISENBERG 

JOE KLEIN and SIDNEY GARTENBERG 



Congratulations to 

HOWARD 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 

From His Great Aunt 
MRS. LOLA WALTEN 

Congratulations to 

HOWARD 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 

MR. and MRS. I. KOHN 



Congratulations to 

HOWARD 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 

MR. and MRS. LOUIS GRANT 

Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. SAM RICHMAN 

AND FAMILY 



Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. HENRY KERZNER 

AND FAMILY 



Congratulations to 

DAVID BIRNBAUM 

from 
MR. and MRS. J. FELSEN 

Compliments from 
A FRIEND 

SAMSON KLEINMAN 

Best Wishes for Future Success to 

ARNOLD DRUCK 

Uncle NATHAN Aunt FANNY 
SIDNEY and IRVING 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

HERSHEL 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 
THE GRADUATES OF '68 



Mazel Tov to 

RAFAEL 

AND HIS FELLOW GRADUATES 

MR. and MRS. SAM SAFIER 
MR. and MRS. JACOB SCHNUR 



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Hey amigo. Bon chance!!! 

LOUIS BOGAPULSKY 

Mazel Tov to 
OUR GRANDSON 

RAFAEL P. SAFIER 

The Committee for 

LEON FOR PRINCIPAL 

ASKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT 



Best Wishes to Our Brother 

RAFE 

and the Entire Graduating Class 

JAY and SIMMY SAFIER 

Best Wishes to 

LARRY M. 

From The YARMARKS 
Congratulations to 

ABBE 

From LEAH, ELY, ESTHER, 

and RAE ANN 

Congratulations to 

DAVID BIRNBAUM 

From a FRIEND 
Congratulations to 

JAY ROSENBERG 

On the occasion of his graduation. 

From Friends of the Family 
JOSEF and MALKA SPEISMAN 



Congratulations to 

DAVID LEVIN 

UPON HIS GRADUATION 
To My Grandson 

CURTISS 

Wishing him every success in the future 
MRS. F. JOSEPH 



THE 

MOISH BERLOVE 

For President — Prime Minister 

COMMITTEE 

Thank you for your generous support 



Congratulations to 

MICHAEL MARKOVITZ 

Upon His Graduation 
MR. DAVID KAHAN and FAMILY 



Best Wishes 

RONNIES 

Congratulations to 

HAROLD 

Upon His Graduation 
MR. and MRS. H. RUTMAN 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

KENNETH 

from his dear parents 

Rabbi and Mrs. Philip S. Paretzky 

and Family 



Congratulations to 

MICHAEL KALMAN STRICK 



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Silks - Woolens - Cotton Goods 
Silk and Woolen Remnants 

I. FELD — FABRICS 

270 WEST 39th STREET 
New York 18, N. Y. Wisconsin 7-7290 



Best Wishes to 

DAVID PULVER 

On His Graduation 

From 

MR. M. OSTREICHER 

Boulevard Kosher Meat Market 

Compliments to 

DAVID PULVER 

and his fellow classmates, from 
S. WIENER AND SON, INC. 

12 East 2nd Street, New York City 10033 



The Massachusetts 
Insurance Corporation 

Stretches out to 
National Basketball Association 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

DAVID PULVER 

ON YOUR GRADUATION 
L. MORGENSTERN WOOLENS 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

IRWIN LIEBERMAN 

From 
SICHERMAN & ZELMANOWITZ 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Nephew 

IRWIN 

On His Graduation 
From Uncle Lou and Aunt Lil 



Congratulations 

From CHABIBI +o ALFIE 



Best Wishes to 

LEONARD 

AND HIS GRADUATING CLASS 

From HIS COUSINS 



A FRIEND OP 

LARRY MITTMAN 



Congratulations to My Great Brother 

ELYA 

URI LADELL 



Congratulations to 

DANNY CHAZIN 

MR. and MRS. MORTON LONDON 



Best of Luck to 

MARK 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 

MR. and MRS. MOE LEVY 

Best Luck and Best Wishes to 

THE CLASS OF '68 

A FRIEND of PAUL HOCHEZSTEIN 




/ give an interesting shiur don't I, well don't 
I, someone answer me?! 



183 



AL 4-5994,5995,5996 Govt. Inspected 

999 
Real Kosher Sausage Co., Inc. 

Tasty — Tempting — Kosher 
Kosher Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision 
15 RIVINGTON ST. New York 2, N. Y. 



B. ZENN FURS 

242 WEST 30th STREET 
New York City- 



Congratulations to 

MARTIN 

Upon His Graduation 
RENEE, LEO and CAROL FISHER 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MARK 

Upon His Graduation 

MR. and MRS. JACOB DYKAN 

and REBECCA 



Best Wishes to 

MARK DYKAN 

YAAKOV P. NUSSBAUM 
Compliments of the 

GENAUER BROTHERS 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 
Best Wishes to 

ROBERT BLOCK 

from 
PEE BEE KNITWEAR 

Gr-eetings from 

HENRY MEIROWITZ FURS 

242 WEST 30th STREET 
New York City, N. Y. 



Greetings to 

MICHAEL MARKOVITZ 

GOLD-MARK OPTICAL CORP. 

1564 St. Nicholas Avenue 
New York City, N. Y. 10040 



KREIGER & SUSSMAN. INC. 

GLATT KOSHER BUTCHER 

4191 BROADWAY 
Between 177 & 178th Streets 



Compliments of 

NORMANDIE 
Piano & Music Center 

24-26 WARBURTON AVE. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 10701 914 YO 5-9200 



JONAS STERN & SONS, INC. 

Glatt Kosher, Meat, Poultry & Deli. 

under supervision of Rabbi Dr. T. L. Adams 

CONGREGATION OHAB ZEDEK 

229 West 100th Street 

New York City MOnument 2-7081 



781-8960 Herb Levy 

HERBrank Corp. 

Lamps - Gifts - Appliances - T.V. 

Bedding - Dinette, Bedroom and 

Living Room Sets 

1493 ST. NICHOLAS AVE. 

New York City 10033 Bet. 184 & 185 Sts. 

JOHN A. MANGIN, JR. 

Registered Representative 

STOCKS and BONDS 

544-6600 



Compliments of 

S. FISHER 

INTERIOR DECORATOR 

1522 ST. NICHOLAS AVE. 
Corner 186th St., New York City 



Best Wishes to 

scon SEIDLIN 

COVERAMA MFG. CO. INC. 



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BROWN PAPER PRODUCTS 
CO., INC. 

1260 OAK POINT AVE. 
Bronx, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

ALPHA GEM 



OR 4-9406-7 Office: OR 7-5588 

Catering Facilities for All Occasions 

RATNER'S 

DAIRY RESTAURANT AND BAKERY 

138 DELANCEY STREET 
New York, N. Y. 10002 



CLoverdale 9-2665 - 7195 

NEW DEAL TABLE CORP. 

Manufacturers of 
FINE DINETTE SETS 

6202 - 16th AVENUE 
Brooklyn 4, N. Y. 



Best Wishes to All 

YESHIVA HIGH GRADUATES 

from 
SCHLESINGER BROS. 

Printers - Publishers 
21 EAST 4th STREET, NEW YORK 



The Math Debating Team 

Salutes the fine play of 

MR. HOLZMAN 



Congratulations to 

KENNETH PARETZKY 

from 
DEMAND OIL CORPORATION 

Fuel Oils - Oil Burners 

1907 White Plains Road, Bronx 62, N. Y. 

TAlmadge 8-9100 



Best Wishes From 

PAKULA'S BAKERY 

SPRING VALLEY, N. Y. 



Call CI 5-0610 - In the Evening KI 9-9504 

JACK J. ROSS 
Rosen Tours, Inc. 

101 WEST 57th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 10019 



Inc. 



Delica Food Company, 

Wholesale Grocers to 
Hotels, Restaurant and Institutions 

211 BRONX TERMINAL, 
CYpress 2-2182-3-4 Bronx, N. Y. 10451 



Compliments of 

TERI INTERNATIONAL CORP. 



LARRY'S RECORD SHOP 

Records - Greeting Cards 

Novelties - Sheet Music - Gifts 

220-12 HORACE HARDING EXPY. 

Bayside, Queens BAyside 5-4646 



IRVING KANTOR 

Apothecaries 

Your Prescription Pharmacy 
185th ST. & ST. NICHOLAS AVE. 



MONSEY GULF INC. 

ROUTE 59 and REMSEN ROAD 
MONSEY, N. Y. 



BODIAN'S 

Slip Covers and Draperies 

Made to Order 

998 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD 
Bronx, N. Y. 10459 

Bus: TR 9-4350 Home: TR 6-1956 

Peerless Arch Products Co. 

Manufacturers of 
Arch Supports and Orthopedic Specialties 

244 EAST 77th STREET 
New York 21, N. Y. L. Dratler 



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/ got my job through the New York Times. 



Day: 796-9894 Nite Service: 797-9135 

RADIO DISPATCHED 

Fuel Oil - Burner - Sales & Service 

KIRSCH OIL COMPANY 

EAST PATERSON, NEW JERSEY 

Joseph S. Kirsch, Service Manager 

Trans-World Fabricators, Inc. 

408 WEST 14th STREET 
New York 14, N. Y. 

Herbert Newman Sol Steinman 



SWEE-TOUCH-NEE 

"The Aristocrat of Teas" 

Consolidated Tea Company, Inc. 

60 EAST 42nd STREET 
New York, N. Y. 10017 



Good Luck to 

THE CLASS OF "68 

STERN'S RESTAURANT 

Mr. Maxwell, Maitre'D. 

Compliments of 

HOTEL CONCOURSE PLAZA 



Special Discounts to All Students 

VICTOR'S JEWELRY 

Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry 
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairs 

3709 NOSTRAND AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 11235 Tel. 743-8500 



SKLAR'S 

KOSHER MEATS & DELICATESSEN 

BANGOR, MAINE 
Stevan Israel & Keagle 



Office: 298-2100 Night: TU 6-0744,0722 

I. MOLEN & SON INC. 

Consolidated Gas Hfeating & Plumbing 

Licensed and Bonded Contractors 

in New York City, Westchester & Conn. 

Main Office: 3019 WEBSTER AVE. 

Bronx, N. Y. 10458 

Compliments of 

GARDEN CAFETERIA 

165 EAST BROADWAY 



CANTOR BROTHERS 
Glass Corp. 

57 PARK AVENUE, BAY SHORE, N. Y. 
Nassau: 516 GE 3-4242 
Suffolk: 516 MO 6-7000 



JUdson 2-1642-3 

YONMIR PEARL CO. 

Direct Importers of Cultured Pearls 
71 WEST 47th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 10036 



Every good wish to the Class of '68 for a 
healthy, happy and successful future. 

ROCKLAND JEWELERS 

Herbert M. Peck, Proprietor 
26 MAIN STREET MONSEY, N. Y. 



Joseph's Shoes & Appliances 

that conform to modern orthopedic demands 
Orthopedic Prescriptions Accurately Filled 

on Premises 

719 W. 181st STREET 

WAdsworth 7-3628 New York 33, N. Y. 

Bostonian and Massagic Fine Men's Shoes 

BERG'S SHOES 

Buster Brown Children Shoes 

1032 CENTRAL AVENUE 
GRanite 1-6159 Far Rockaway, N. Y. 



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You Ring-, We Bring Phone: LU 8-0921 

Blue Ribbon 
Self-Service Kosher Market 

Kosher Quality Prime Meats & Poultry 

134 EAST 170th STREET 
Bronx 52, N. Y. 



Best Wishes 

TO THE GRADUATES 



R. S. 



To JEFFRY ROTHSTEIN 

The best of luck for your future success 

AUNT EVA and UNCLE PHIL 



Best of Luck to 

CHARLES KORNFELD 

from 
MR. & MRS. MENNELSTEIN 

Best Wishes from 

MR. & MRS. MYER KOGAN 

ALBANY, N.Y. 



Best Wishes to 

SANFORD 

Congrats to 

MARK DYKAN 

from 
LOU ATKIN 

Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. 
JOSEPH M. RUSSAK 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 



Yorkville Metal Products Co. 

627 GREENWICH STREET 
New York 14, N.Y. 



WRIGHT LAUNDRY 

241 WEST 97th STREET 
New York, N. Y. 



MAX WEINTRAUB 

FINE FURS 



Best Regards to 

MICHAEL MARKOVITZ 

from the 

DU-RITE CORPORATION 

SUSSMAN BROS. 



GLATT KOSHER CATERING 

PARKSIDE PLAZA 

56 EAST MT. EDEN AVENUE 
Bronx, N. Y. TR 2-1473 



Best Wishes to 

JERRY 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 

LARRY, RONY and KAREN 

THANK YOU FOR THE BUSINESS 

KEVIN'S 



For copies of Works of 

Rabbi Nachman of Breslau zt'l 

contact fellow graduate 

ELIEZER GINSBERG 
2141 Crotona Ave., Bronx, N. Y. - SE 3-0029 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO OUR DEAR 

JOSEPH 

AND THE CLASS OF '68 



Mr. & Mrs. Marc Ratzersdorfer 
Mr. & Mrs. Berish Padower 



BEST WISHES TO 
OUR GRANDSON 

MARVIN 

UPON HIS GRADUATION 



Grandparents 
Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Koppel 



Best Wishes to 
Our Son 

MARVIN 

on His Graduation 
Mr. & Mrs. Fiedler 




Rabbi D., you can't flunk 



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Aunt Rose 

Zunders Grocery 

Alexander's Delicatessen 

Sol Landsberg 

Metropolitan Meat Market 

Noah Zark Kosher Pizza 

The Briskin Family 

Gershbaum Family 

Alex's Strictly Kosher Restaurant 

Carmel Glatt Kosher 

Rothchar Luncheonette, Inc. 

A. Gutmann 

Sandy's Cleaners 

I. Goldberg and Sons 

David Eisner 

Krieger and Chick 

A Friend 

Gamzon Bros. 

Jacques Rosenblum and Co., Inc. 

Metro Casting Corporation 

Kahan Jewelers 

Ventura Corp. 

Lillian's Dairy 

Radiant Paint and Supply Co. 

Another Friend 

Fleischmann Heymann and Co. 

999 

Ratner's 2nd Avenue 

Willie's Food Mart 

Katz's Butcher Store 

Ignace Oksenberg 

Royal Creations Co. 

Harry Goldberg 

Edwin S. Klein 

Riben Jewelers, Inc. 

Bazaar Record Shop 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Kleinman 

J C C F INC. 

Gem Cleaners 

An Enemy 

Atlantic Clothing Co. 



Grand Silk House 

A. Feibusch 

Albert Tomits 

Ozone Park Jewish Center 

A. Friend 

A. Berger Candy 

Redwood Apothecary 

Heights Luncheonette 

Don Kendall, Mgr. Daitch 

Shopwell Supermarket 

F.S. Dairy Grocery and Vegetable 

Mr. Yossele Rosenblatt 

Friedman and Klein — Kosher Butchers 

Siggie's Kosher Meat Market 

Lazar's Packaging Corp. 

Morris Bros. 

Mrs. Lola Wolter 

Fred Nussbaum 

Maurice Tucker 

Kurt Eisenman 

A Friend 

Elias L. Fisher, Inc. 

Aronin Associates 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hans and Daughter 

Beverly Zimmerman 

Karmel Caterers, Inc. 

Fleischmann & Heymann 

Mr. & Mrs. Wurm and Children 

Jack & Norman Margolis 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinberg 

Abe Rothstein 

Mrs. E. Jacobsohn 

The Sharon Family 

Abramamowitz Family 

Rabbi and Mrs. Shepherd Z. Baum 

Animal 

Teaneck Drugs, Inc. 

Cooky and Marty Rudin 

Rabbi and Mrs. Yaakov Zev, Avi, 

Danny, Yehuda and liana 

A. M. Axelrod and Son, Inc. 

Gloria Goldstein 



Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schroder 

AAr. C. Wellansky 

Esther and Cynthia Kohn 

Krieger and Heymann, Inc. 

H. Gribetz 

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Rosen 

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Liman 

Clinton Wine and Liquor Co. 

Mr. Levine 

Park Lunch Restaurant 

Zunder's Grocery 

Irene Ladinsky 

Julia Levine 

Cheese Mart 

Mr. and Mrs. I. Wisberger 

Gold Neckwear 

Benny Eisenberg 

Baumohl's Youth Center 

W. Schulman 

Congrats to Milton Stern 

Congrats to Samson Kleinman 

Congrats to Gabriel Gribetz 

Congrats to Norman J. Peck 

Best Wishes to Steven Gross 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Shops 

Terry's Fish Store 

Friend of Harry Bloom 

S. Small and Sons Kosher Meat and Poultry 

Concourse Dairy 

Crest Cleaners 

Tasty Pastry 

Levine's Appetizing and Grocery 

Fass Glatt Kosher Restaurant 

Bernstein 5th Period 

Morris Tiefenbrunn 

Friend of Mark Dykan 

Joe Furstein 

Boulevard Kosher Meat Market 

Gasnick Supply Company 

Louis Lieberman 

B. Bercowitz Co., Inc. 

Sidney Kimelblot 



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Directory 



Ackerman, Milton, 2636 University Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10468, CY 8-3620 
Berg, Allen A., 40 First Ave., Nev/ York, N.Y. 10009, OR 7-1873 
Berlove, Marc N., 566 W. 190 St., New York, N.Y. 10040, Gl 2-3539 
Bermish, Michoel S., 1530 Townsend St., Bronx, N.Y. 10452, CY 9-5233 
Bezner, Allen H., 218 Old Nyack Tpke., Spring Valley, N.Y., 914 EL 6-0018 
Birnboum, David A., 102-27 68 Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, 459-3132 
Blinder, Aaron I., 18 Marinello Terr., Albany, N.Y. 11209, 518 HO 3-3477 
Block, Robert D., 69-10 108 St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, 261-0289 
Bloom, Horry, 243-30 132 Ave., Rosedale, N.Y, 11422, 525-3718 
Briskin, Jules E., 64-32 228 St., Bayside, N.Y. 11364, HA 8-0896 
Brum, Soul, 317 W. 89 St., New York, N.Y. 10024, SU 7-0518 
Buckwold, Jonathan, 17 Wostiinglon Rd., Springfield Mass., 413 736-0217 
Burger, George, 2250 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N. Y. 10457, FO 5-4919 
Chozin, Daniel D., 863 Red Rd., Teaneck, N.J., 201 836-7019 
Cohen, Harvey J., 155 Hill Haven Rd., Manchester, N.H. 03104, 

603 623-3609 
Czuper, Lester H., 715 W. 172 St., New York, N.Y. 10032, WA 7-2631 
Doina, Bernard L., 44 Fairfield Ave., Oceonport, N.J. 201 221-4587 
Dienstog, Abbe L., 185-15 73 Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11366, OL 7-0069 
Druck, Arnold A., 444 Central Park West, New York, N.Y. 10025, 

UN 4-7217 
Dykon, Mork W., 94-10 59 Ave. Forest Hills, N.Y. 11373, 271-1249/ "* 
Eckstein, Yechiel Z., 171 Daly Ave., Ottawa, Canada, 613 233-4611 
Eichenholz, Andrew N. 1525 Walton Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10452, LU 7-0706 
Eisenberg, Norman D., 99-05 63 Dr., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, JE 6-0073 
Feczko, Richard D., 589 Amsterdam Ave., New York, N.Y. 10025, 724-4340 
Fiedler, Morvin, 250 W. 99 St., New York, N.Y. 10025, MO 3-5939 
Fisher, Martin, 76 Englewood Dr., New Hoven, Conn., 203 387-6597 
Floumenhaft, Noftali, 2275 Cruger Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10467, 231-4361 
Friedland, Stanley B., 119-14 Union Tpke., Kew Gardens, N.Y. 11415, 

544-9326 
Furst, Lawrence H., 21 St. James PI., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11205, 622-9309 
Golude, Leon N., 110 E. 177 St., Bronx, N.Y. 10452, 933-4441 
Gons, Terry M. 8 Flamingo Rd., Levittown, Pa., 215 Wl 9-0236 
Genouer, Eli I., 907 37th Ave., Seattle, Wash., 206 EA 4-8557 
Ginsberg, Eliezer, 2141 Crolona Ave,, Bronx, N.Y. 10457, SE 3-0029 
Glazer, Neol M., 1549 Townsend Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10452, 294-0435 
Goldsmith, Leonard J., 5 Carlton Lone, Monsey, N.Y., 914 EL 6-2157 
Goldwyn, Bruce, 34 HillcresI Dr., Great Neck, N.Y., 516 487-8488 
Greenblum, Neil F., 1651 65th St., Bensonhurst, N.Y. 11204, IN 1-1072 
Greenstein, David M., 160 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y., 853-0888 
Gribetz, Gabriel E., 608 W. 227 St., Bronx, N.Y., Kl 3-5060 
Grob, Alan J., 109 Bidgood Dr., Portsmouth, Vo., 703 484-5291 
Gross, Steven S., 800 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. 10025, UN 4-2267 
Grossman, Joel M., 1133 Jackson St., Pottstown, Pa., 215 326-4717 
Honkin, Jock M., 337 Winthrop Ave., New Haven, Conn., 203 776-2872 
Hortmon, Barry D., 1466 Townsend Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10452, JE 6-3690 
Heiliczer, Jonathan D., 634 9th St., Lakewood, N.J., 201 363-0372 
Heller, Steven J., 966 E. 83 St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 444-5204 
Herzberg, Mortin M., 1228 Morris Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10456, CY 3-6559 
Hochsztein, Paul, 45 East Moshulu Parkway, Bronx, N.Y. 10467, OL 3-0058 
Horowitz, Arthur J., 300 Ft. Washington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10032, 

928-7893 
Ickow, Michael H., 221-17 59 Ave., Bayside, N.Y. 11364, 428-5177 
llson, Lowrence C, 1598 Townsend Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10452, 872-4511 
Joblon, Marc H., 102-32 63 Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, IL 9-2192 
Jocobs, Leonard, 2510 Bouck Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10459, 231-5908 
Jokubovics, Gerald H., 490 W. 187 St., New York, N.Y. 10033, WA 7-6494 
Joel, Richard M., 96 Ridge Rd., Yonkers, N.Y. 10705, 914 963-2004 
Joseph, John L., 250 W. 94 St., New York, N.Y. 10025, MO 6-0975 
Kaufman, Gary G., 3 Stuyvesant Ovol, New York, N.Y. 10009, GR 3-7201 
Kinderman, Michael, 615 W. 173 St., New York, N.Y. 10032, LO 8-4693 
Kleinmon, Samson Z., 280 Jummit Ave., Hackensock, N.J., 201 342-9074 
Kohn, Howard, G., 67-13 Burns St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, BO 8-6477 
Kohn, Sheldon H., 65 ark Terr. West, New York, N.Y. 10034, LO 9-8047 
Kornfeld, Charles, 250 W. 99 St., New YorJc, N.Y. 10025, Rl 9-3244 
Koslowsky, Samuel, 2065 Morris Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10453, CY 8-7323 
Kozok, Leon, 612 14 Ave., Peterson, N.J., 201 SH 2-6137 
Krom, Norman S., 255 Ft. Washington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10032, 

LO 8-3099 
Ladell, Eliyohu S., 24 Briacliflf Dr., Monsey, N.Y., 914 El 2-0913 
Lando, Philip J., 107-17 89th, Ozone Pork, N.Y. 11417, VI 5-9259 
Londa, Sanford R., 8 Ruth Ct. Monsey, N.Y., 914 EL 6-2838 
Longer, Howard I., 11 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y. 10023, 362-2503 



Leaf, Shalom Y., 1635 Pophom Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10433, TR 8-8674 
Leginsky, Harry H., 5 Byron Place, New Haven, Conn., 203 389-0430 
Leibler, Jerry, 325 W. 86 St., New York, N.Y. 10024, SU 7-1983 
Lempel, Morty B., 8304 1st Ave., North Bergen, N.J., 201 869-0574 
Levin, David, 33-45 92 Ave., Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11372, 429-1690 
Levine, Richard B., 161-30 Jewel Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11365, 591-5598 
Levy, Mark D., 99-45 60 Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11368, AR 1-6479 
Lewin, Noftali A., 258 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y. 10025, AC 2-6839 
Liebermon, Irwin, 10 Hillside Ave., New York, N.Y. 10040, 569-2150 
Marcus, Rofael B., 453 F.D.R. Dr., New York, N.Y. 10002, OR 7-3255 
Markovitz, Michael, 565 W. 169 St., New York, N.Y. 10032, LO 8-7348 
Mormorosch, Mitchell K., 98-30 67 Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11374, IL 9-4029 
Mosliansky, Ronnie M., 55-30 98 Place, Flushing, N.Y. 11368, 699-4464 
Meirowitz, Mork J., 601 W. 174 St., New York, N.Y. 10033, 927-4157 
Mintz, Jock, 110 W. 96 St., New York, N.Y. 10025, UN 5-9297 
Mittmon, Lawrence, 473 F.D.R. Dr., New York, N.Y. 10002, OR 3-9169 
Monderer, David, 211 Beach 104th St., Belle Harbor, N.Y. 11694, UN 5-6149 
Norotsky, Joy, 666 Winthrop Ave., New Haven, Conn., 203 776-9088 
Neiss, Moshe S,, 23 Flower Ave., Floral Park, N.Y., 516 FL 4-4024 
Neu, Alvin L., 600 W. 183 St., New York, N.Y. 10033, WA 8-1506 
Neuhaus, Jay J., 500A Grond St., New York, N.Y. 10002, GR 3-7973 
Neumon, Abrohom, 2077 Wallace Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10462, SY 2-4593 
Nunberg, Nooh, 11440 Amherst Ave., Wheoton, Md. 20902, 946-6420 
Panzer, Barry M., 1698 Selwyn Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10457, CY 9-0832 
Paretsky, Kenneth, 2007 Muliner Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10462, 597-7035 
Peck, Norman J., 104 Melaney Dr., Monsey, N.Y., 914 EL 6-1420 
Perl, Gory, 1195 Neill Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10461, TA 4-1296 
Perl, Harold, 102-08 65 Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, TW 7-6174 
Pulitzer, Curliss J., 215 W. 92 St., New York, N.Y., 10025, SU 7-6293 
Pulver, David C, 64-40 Alderton St., Rego Pari, N.Y. 11374, BR 5-6854 
Rotzersdorfer, Joseph E., 650 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. 10025, 

SU 7-5804 
Reinstein, Alvin M., 2065 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N.Y. 10453, SE 3-4890 
Rockoff, Jonah, 590 W. 204 St., New York, N.Y. 10034, LO 9-3206 
Rosen, Marc A., 68 Winifred Ave., Worcester, Moss. 01602, 617 756-0231 
Rosen, Yitzchak, 258 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y. 10025, MO 2-3320 
Rosenberg, Joy, 615 W. 186 St., New York, N.Y. 10033, WA 7-1795 
Rothstein, Jeffrey L., 211 E. 200 St., Bronx, N.Y. 10458, LU 4-6623 
Rothwax, Joel H., 6 Norlhbrook Rd., Spring Valley, N.Y. 914 EL 6-9243 
Rubin, Leslie J., 3299 Cambridge Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10463, Kl 6-4133 
Rubin, Lewis J., 5009 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10034, 569-7956 
Sofier, Rofael P., 150-32 78 Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11367, OL 8-3605 
Schneider, Paul L., 346 Center St., Bangor, Maine, 207 942-0781 
Schonfeld, Mark, 451 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. 10024, 787-3066 
Schwartz, Norman, 2995 Botanical Square, Bronx, N.Y. 10458, LF 7-6472 
Schweiger, Myron S., 940 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N.Y. 10451, 293-7365 
Seidlin, Scott, 2335 Barnes Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10467, TU 1-2850 
Shoffren, Marc B., 3502 Hull Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10467, TU 2-6096 
Silmon, Simeon A., 797 Ashland Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 55104, 612 226-0073 
Singler, William L., 379 E. 29 St., Paterson, N.J., 201 278-1322 
Sklor, Jonathan, 365 Broadway, Lawrence, N.Y. 11559, 516 239-4679 
Stohl, Iro B., 6-18 4 St., Foirlawn, N.J., 201 797-4892 
Stein, Avram, 572 Grand St., New York, N.Y. 10002, YU 2-0202 
Steinberg, Stephen L., 237 140th N.E., Bellevue, Wosh., 206 SH 7-1129 
Steinberger, Alfred A., 374 Wodsworlh Ave., New York, N.Y. 10040 

WA 7-6396 
Stern, Marc D., 1250 E. 229 St., Bronx, N.Y. 10466, OL 3-0119 
Stern, Milton P., 664 W. 161 St., New York, N.Y. 10032, WA 8-7645 
Striok, Michael K., 32-22 91 St., Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11369, HA 6-6811 
Toube, Byron, 6511 Bortlelt St., Pittsburgh, Pa., 412 421-5924 
Twersky, Philip M., 2415 New York Ave., Union City, N.J., 07087, 

201 867-6329 
Wolfish, Alan C, 258 Moitlond Ave., Teaneck, N.J., 201 837-7556 
Weigl, Ernst M., 875 W. 181 St., New York, N.Y. 10033, WA 3-8254 
Weinstein, Jerrold, 36 Gateway Dr. Great Neck, N.Y. 11021, 516 487-9293 
Weissman, Charles, 385 Ft. Washington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10033, 

SW 5-2187 
Wenig, Barry L., 35-07 Linwood Rd., Foirlawn, N.J. 07410, 201 797-8343 
Wimpfheimer, Jacob J., 1757 W. Chestnut Ave., Vinelond, N.J., 

609 691-3486 
Wolf, Hershel E., 110-18 68 Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, LI 4-0192 
Zimmerman, Stanley R., 1020 Phelps Rd., Teaneck, N.J., 201 833-1182 
Zinomon, Richard L., 58-38 203 St. Bayside, N.Y. 11364, BA 4-4293 



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INDEX 



Abrams, Mr. Norman B., message, 14 

Academy News 1 24-5 

Adverfisements 150-189 

Arista 1 35 

Awards 97-9 

Baseball Team 1 47 

Basketball Team 142-5 

Bowling Team 148 

Canvassing Committee 136 

Chess Team 139 

Compact 1 26 

Debating Team 132 

Dedication 1 1 

Directory 190 

Dormitory activities 130 

Elchanite Poll 97 

Elchanite — Senior Play 134 

Elchanite staff 13, 122-3 

Emergency Squad 137 

English Department 20 

French Society 1 38 

Graduates (alphabetically) 28-96 

Guidance Department 25 

Handball Team 1 47 

Hebrew Literature 1 1 7-9 

"Home of the Brave" 106-9 

Inter-Yeshiva (I.Y.) 139 

Junior Varsity Basketball Team 149 

Key (Awards and Honors) 28 

Language Department 24 



Letter of Commendation Winners 98 

Library Squad 1 36 

Limudei Kodesh Department 18-19 

Literature (English) 102-5 

Math Department 22 

Math Team 1 33 

Minors 25 

"Monster of Dr. Kittredge" 115-116 

Office 25 

Office Squad 137 

Regents Scholarship Winners, Alt'nts 99 

"Scholastic Ineptitude Test" 113-14 

Science Department 23 

Senior Council 1 29 

Soccer Team 149 

Social Studies Department 21 

Student Council 1 28 

Spanish Society 1 38 

Swimming Team 146 

Table of Contents 12-13 

Tennis Team 1 48 

"The Group" 110-12 

Theme Article 4-9 

Track Team 1 49 

Tribute 10 

Tutoring Squad 1 35 

Weinbach, Rabbi David, message 15 

YagdilTorah 127 

Yeshiva Bowl Team 131 



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