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ELCHANITE 

NINETEEN SEVENTY 



The rumbling rustling whisp'ring sound 
Of waters passing, future bound; 
Giggling joys and murmuring woes 
Caressing shiores as by it goes, 
Perhaps to help the green rush grow 
Or draw the stone into its tow 
To lose it in the sifting sand 
Or fling it on some foreign strand. 



There is nothing permanent except change 

— Heraclitus 




Frothing, foaming, faster now 
Pounding boulder that won't bow 
To the fury of the din 
That in the bitter end must win; 
Noble though the cause he wields 
He that resists is he that yields. 
Just farther on the straight bank curls 
Harboring placid, languid swirls 
Of sleepy waters quite content 
With tranquil lazy days here spent. 



Yet never to remain and stay 
Fore'er to wend its winding way 
Past those who let all things stand 
And let the flood lay waste their land, 
Past those who grope and strain until 
They've bent the waters to their will, 
Past those who slowly kneel and drink 
And those that rashly plunge and sink; 



Past beds agleam with quartz and gold 
In murky ponds that secrets hold, 
Flowing on sans pause or falter 
By scenes and lives that always alter. 
Running, rushing roundeach bend 
Half certain there to meet its end. 
Always to find some narrow strait 
Through which to keep abreast of fate. 
Apace with nature's endless rhyme. 
The ever changing River Time 



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The Times They Are A-Changin 



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Speak the speech, I pray you . ._. trippingly on the 

tongue for in the very whirlwind of your passion 

you must acquire and beget a temperance that may 

give it smoothness 
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Beauty is at once the ultimate principle and the 

highest aim of art 
— Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe 



To grow enlightened I had vowed; 
So through the crushing throng I plowed, 
Hoping, yearning that I might see 
That art that sets a man's soul free, 
And though the trek was long and gory 
There it was in all its glory; 




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Fashioned just like a cereal bowl 
With wisps of smoke atop a hole 
Which lay where purple lines met blue 
Right near a portrait of a bald Nehru 
Astride ketchup bottle filled with trash 
The title in code, four dots one dash. 



Trying to contain my emotion 

And to grapple with a new-found notion 

That indeed I had seen before my eyes 

The sight supposed to make boors wise. 

With a tremulous voice aloud I cried 

"Do any of you phonies know what the hell this is?" 





Every man's home is his castle 
— Thomas Paine 



Doctrine America incipient 
Unknown save to G-d omniscient 
Centuries hence castles asunder torn 
Humanity's bonds are frayed and shorn 
Where dirt serves as soil for planting the seeds 
That bloom as psychotic self-strangling weeds 
Walls that are punctured by wind and cold 
Where only the rat can hope to grow old 
Where filial ties remain unknown; 
'gainst a cold world youth stands alone. 



My country. Right or wrong, my country 
— Henry Clay 



I'll resist your draft and burn your fiaj 
Imperialist wars just ain't my bag 
No one nation, one state of mind 
My countrymen are all mankind. 





Total destruction of today's establishment is our 

primary objective 
— Mark Rudd 



Pillars of knowledge, ivy-draped walls 
Dawn's rays kiss dew-swept malls 
Helmeted policemen, maddening brawls 
All as the pillar crumbles and falls. 



Education is our only political safety 
— Horace Mann 



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Bordered by confining gates 

Of long imbedded fears and hates, 

The steaming teeming ghetto street 

Pulses to the angry beat 

Of hearts aburst with new found pride 

And cries for freedoms long denied, 

Demanding loudly equal share 

Of that which they are rightful heir. 

The civil rights allowed to all 

That stand outside the ghetto wall. 

No longer with a timid tone 

But with a roar that makes it known 

That if denied another course 

We will not shirk the use of force. 

And rising from that steamy mist 

A scornful, clenched coal-black fist! 



Once I had my own tranquil place 
My refuge from the human race 
Across the gleaming lake I'd gaze 
Through crystal studded morning haze 
Purple robed mount with royal grace 
Throned amidst hills of dark green lace, 
Forced to ponder; "Was it G-d's plan 
To grant such wond'rous gifts to man?" 




The poetry of earth is never dead 
— John Keats 




The crystal dew is ashen gray, 
The fortress mount been swept away. 
The spewing chimney blots the sun 
That shone on life where now is none. 
Cold stone and steel, coarse concrete 
Where rugs of green once kissed my feet. 
Forced to ponder; "Was it G-d's plan 
That man destroy G-d's gifts to man?" 



Can anyone here play this game? 
— Casey Stengel 



Aye stout men they were a noble crew, 
Young brave lads all, all loyal and true, 
Straight as the oak, tall as the pine. 
Roaming in bands each numbering nine. 
Wielding their clubs afeared of none 
For in the heart are battles won. 



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AND A GRATEFUL CITY GOES WILD! 



Alack! Alas, toll the bells of the town 

As Thomas and lads a-fighting go down 

'Tis up to Gerald to stand and hold fast 

And that he does, sweet vic'try at last 

Fought they again once, twice, thrice times more 

Their valor and deeds are now well-known lore 

Many the heroes; Greatest was Donald 

Forget not silent Albert and Ronald, 



Grateful indeed were the folk of the town 

Amid joyous toasts they drank the mead down 

Great was the feasting and long the parade 

That through a flowered town its merry way made 

The mayor looked on, beaming affection 

For the sweet folk who make an election. 

So widespread was the day's feast, drink, and play 

T'was declared an official holiday. 



There you are Wilbur, now off to your bed 
Pay no mind to what your grandpa has said. 
Grandpa, you know very well Wilbur pales 
Each time you tell him those old fairy tales. 




The Jewish nation is but a fossil of it's 

original self 

— Arnold Joseph Toynbee 



Beaten and scored akin to the dust, 

Defiantly clenching G-d's holy trust, 

Crushingly laden with tyrant's cruel yoke. 

Memories lost in black billowing smoke, 

The past's ashes behind, nothing ahead, 

'Cept the land to which his fathers were led, 

Oe'r frost capped mountains and rampaging brook. 

From the earth's ev'ry crevice, cranny and nook. 

The fossil emerges somehow revived. 

And cries to the world, "I have survived !" 



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Israel's Declaration of Independence 




We seem hopelessly blown by the whims of 
Time. As times change so do the realities of the 
world. As days and years fade so do the ephemeral 
values of society. And as Time's future remains 
uncertain and unknown, the fate of Man is 
shrouded in doubts and secrets. We therefore 
approach life groping for something impervious 
to Time, free of its demands and entanglements. 
We search anxiously for some facet of life that will 
not bend or yield to the threat of time. 



We leave Yeshiva confident we have found it. 




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From our very first day of classes to this, our graduation, we have felt 
Mr. Stepelman to be an intrinsic part of our high school experience. No 
other teacher has expended more time or energy on our class. For four 
years his dedication and sincerity have endeared him to us. His wry sense 
of humor and concerned advice have helped us over many a rough spot. 
This keen personal interest that he has shown in each student is a mea- 
sure of dedication that extends far beyond the bounds of the classroom. 
He has been much more to us than a math teacher; he has been a warm 
personal friend. 

it is, therefore, not as an honor but as a small measure of gratitude that 
we dedicate this ELCHANITE 70 to MR. JAY STEPELMAN. 



Seniors 
literature 



Activities 



jay baraban editor-in-chief 

Jonathan levy editor-in-chief 

Steven winter managing editor 

phiiip bendheim business manager 

joel hervitz business manager 

danny besdin literary editor 

larry schulman literary editor 

norman biumenthal feature editor 

zvi fischer feature editor 

sol appleman photography editor 

leonard fuld photography editor 

charles bernstein art editor 

richard lovinger art editor 

arthur platt hebrew editor 

sylvan schaffer hebrew editor 

avery neumark sports editor 

elliot tannenbaum sports editor 

fred singer typing editor 

jack weiss typing editor 

William frenkel copy editor 

Joshua Schwartz copy editor 

howard bienenfeld layout editor 

garry frenkel layout editor 

mr. rudolph bernstein faculty advisor 

rabbi macy gordon hebrew advisor 

mr. lester soman art advisor 



dr. samuel belkin president, yeshiva university 

rabbi abraham n. zuroff supervisor of high schools 

mr. Charles h. bendheim chairman, board of directors 

mr. samuel levine executive director 

mr. Sheldon socol director, student finances 

rabbi david I. weinbach principal, yeshiva 

university high school for boys 
of manhattan 

rabbi abraham n. zuroff principal, yeshiva university 

high school for boys of 
brooklyn 

dr. issac lewin principal, Jewish studies 

department, yeshiva university 
high school for girls of 
manhattan 

mr. martin lilker principal, yeshiva 

university high school for 
girls of manhattan 

dr. issac lewin principal, Jewish studies 

department, yeshiva university 
high school for girls of 
brooklyn 

administrator, yeshiva 
university high school for 
girls of brooklyn 

mr. alvin kamber administrator, yeshiva 

university high school for 
girls of brooklyn 




Dear Graduates, 

I am happy to greet you and wish you well on this -joyous occasion in your 
lives and heartiest congratulations on your having successfully completed the 
prescribed course of studies in our high school. 

As a Yeshiva student, you have had an education different from that of the 
rest of the Jewish youth in this country. You have had an opportunity to learn 
the value and significance of intense Jewish study and to gain a deeper insight 
and a truer understanding of Jewish consciousness. 

It is our fervent hope that you have been imbued with a spiritual and 
intellectual strength to withstand the influences of our time, and are less prone 
to fall prey to the disintegrating forces which are threatening to sweep away 
everything that is dear and precious in Jewish life, 

We wish you much success in college and in your chosen vocation, and sincerely 
hope that you will assert yourselves and your influence, so that others may be 
positively influenced. 

May you continue to be a source of pride to your parents, your alma mater 



and Klal Yisroel. 



Sincerely yours 






Rabbi David L, Weinbach 
Administrator 




Dear Graduates, 

During the past few decades, our society has found itself 
preoccupied with the drive for scientific and technological 
advances. The recent landings of men on the moon and the great 
expense which such projects involve are examples of the strong 
determination with which man has pursued these goals. 

At the same period that we experience such breathtaking 
scientific feats, we are also witnessing vast changes in the 
moral and ethical values of our contemporaries. Disrespect 
for basic human rights, wanton defiance of law, and moral de- 
pravity have become accepted rather than decried. What is 
even more painful is the apparently significant number of Jewish 
youth participating in this "revolution". Most of them have 
received little or no Jewish education or religious upbringing, 
and have joined movements which are so alien to the Torah way 
of life. 

It is during these troubled and turbulent times that you 
are receiving your education. You have been blessed with the 
ability to understand and appreciate man's scientific strides 
and also to learn and experience the teachings of Judaism. We, 
at Yeshiva University High School, have given you a rich founda- 
tion in both areas. It is now up to you to build upon that 
foundation. 

I hope you will all continue your Torah education and that 
through "knowledge you will increase your commitment to Torah 
and concern for our people during the coming generation. 



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Sincerely, 



George B. Finkelstein 




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MR. KENNETH ALLEN 
Social Studies 



MR. RICHARD BLANKE MR. BERNARD BEER 

Spanish Music 




MR. ARTHUR ARONSTEIN 
Earth Science 



MR. RUDOLPH BERNSTEIN 
English 



RABBI LEONCHAIT 
Talmud 



MR.ZACHARY BURTON 
Spanish 



MR GERALD COHEN 
English 




MR. ALEXANDER BREINAN 
Social Studies, Guidance 



RABBI YITZCHOK COHEN 
Talmud 



MR. MATTHEW COWIT 
Earth Science 



RABBI LABEL DULITZ 
Talmud, English 




MR. LAWRENCE FINKELSTEIN 
Chemistry 



RABBI FRED EDELSTEIN 
Talmud, Hebrew 
Not shown 



RABBI HERSCHEL FISHMAN 
Hebrew Studies 



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RABBI YITZCHOK FRANK 
Talmud 



DR. EDWARD FRANKEL MR. HARRY FRIED 

Science-Department hiead French, Guidance 





MR. HARVEY GERTEL 
Physical Education 



RABBI MENACHEM GOLDBLUM 
Talmud 



MISS NAOMI GERSHKOWITZ 
Office 



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MR. SAMUEL GROSBERG 
Mathematics 



MR. ARTHUR GOLDSTEIN 
Driver Education 



RABBI ISAAC GOODMAN 
Hebrew Studies 



MR. MORRIS GOOMNITZ 
French 




MR. JEROME HOLZMAN 
Physics 



RABBI MICHAEL HECHT 
Talmud 




MR. EMERY GROSSMAN 

Music 




MR. ISAAC HAGLER 
History 




MR. JONATHAN HALPERT 

Physical Education \ ^ 



RABBI YITZCHOK HANDEL 
Talmud, Hebrew 



RABBI LOUIS ISBEE 
Talmud 




MR. GEORGE KANGANlb RABBI MENACHEM KASDAN 
Social Studies Hebrew Studies 



MRS. MILLIE KANDELL 
Office 



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MR. MORTON KOTKIN 
Science 



MR. MORTON LANDOWNE 
English 




RABBI MORTON MINCHENBERG 
Social Studies 




MR.JOELKUTNER 
English 



MR.JACKKLIGMAN 

Physics 



MR. MELVIN MILLER 
Science 



MR. MACY NULMAN 
Music 



RABBI MOSHE RAPPS 
Talmud, Hebrew 





MR. BRUCE RACHLIN 
English 



RABBI SOLOMAN RYBAK 
Talmud, Hebrew 



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MR. ALVIN RAPP 
Mathematics 



RABBI MOSHE SCHEINBERG 
Talmud 



RABBI SAMUEL SCHEINBERG 
Talmud 



MR. MARK SCHWARTZ 
Mathematics 




MR. SHELDON SCHNEIDER 
Mathematics 



MR. JOELSEIGERMAN 
Social Studies 



RABBI SHOLOM SCHWADRON 
Talmud 



RABBI YITZCHOK SLADOWSKY DR. BENJAMIN SHAPIRO 
Hebrew Studies Librarian 



RABBI JOSEPH SINGER 
Social Studies 




MR. LESTER SOMAN 

Art 



MR. ALFRED SHAPIRO 
English 



MRS. MOLLY SHEINMAN 
Office 



MR. JAY STEPELMAN 
Mathematics 
Department Head 



MR. LARRY WACHSMAN 
Mathematics 





MR. STEPHEN WEPNER 

Science 



RABBI NACHUM WACHTFOGEL 
Hebrew Studies 



RABBI MOSHE YAGED 
Talmud, Hebrew 



RABBI ABBA ZIONS 
Hebrew 





MR. HY WETTSTEIN 
Physical Education 



MR. HARRY WOLLMAN 
Social Studies 



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MR, HAROLD BARON 




MR. HERMAN GETTER 




RABBI AARON ROTHKOFF 






MR. EMANUEL BLOOM 




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MR. LOUIS COHEN 




DR. ABRAHAM RAPAPORT MR. HARRY REISS 




MR. JOHNSOBLE 




MRS. ELLA SOBLE 



MR. WILLIAM STARK 



RABBI JOSEPH URIVETSKY 



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NORMAN ACKERMAN (nor/man u ker man) 



1. a species originating in Forest Hills, N.Y. with strange sui- 
cidal impulses characterized by migrations to Rabbi Dulitz 
Territory. 2. as an adjective denotes special talents in Driver 
Education. 3. a noun denoting qualities of leadership and 
expertise in certain sports, e.g. ping pong and chess. 
4. anyone aspiring to become an accountant immediately 
after capturing the Grand Prix. 5. imported from YDR, be- 
came grendelized in MTA and will stalk Queens College 
next year. 

Learning Seder, Ping Pong Team, Chess Team. 




Hey, get his transfer papers ready. 

NORMAN AMSEL (nor/man am/sel) 



1. of or pertaining to any variety of guitarpicking Edsels 
which migrate from the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach to 
Teaneck Holy Land, N.J. 2. influenced by HIS PRESENCE he 
has achieved such honors as the Junior Class Vice Pres. and a 
Merit Letter of Commendation. 3. his characteristics in- 
clude an insatiable interest for Door Basketball; he is also a 
dedicated member of the YUHS Soccer Team. 4. plans to 
attend RIETS in order to graduate from his present status as 
Sports Editor of the Academy News to Sports Editor of the 
Commentator. 5. expects to major in math or science and 
enter a field of computer sci'?nce. 

/Academy News Sports Editor, Vice President Junior Class, Soccer Team. 




It's him. 





SOL APPLEMAN(sol ap pie moon) 



1. Inmate no. 516-921-1770. 2. once in a while escapes to his 
home in Syosset, L.I. 3. a hardened guitarist who has a hand 
in photography & girls. 4. sentenced to 3 years hard labor at 
MTA through clear, flawless photography used as evidence. 
5. brightens the ennui of the rest of the inmates with an oc- 
casional witty remark. 6. plans to attend Riets — shteig in 
math & science. 



ELCHANITE Photography Editor, Academy News photography staff, Ter^nis 
Team, Office Squad. 




Dapper. 

JAY BARABAN (ja ba ra ban) 



1. a walking encyclopedia (#1 on the list), published by Lyn- 
brook — known as 66. 2. introduction by HANC. 3. mostly 
about math — physics, but contains plenty of French and 
debating techniques. 4. won the N.S.F. Summer Institute 
Prize and the Merit Semi-finalist award. 5. has been ac- 
claimed," the year's best . . " 6. a prime source of 
ELCHANITE — 1970. 7. third volume due to appear soon 
about Yale. 

ELCHANITE Editor in Chief, Sophomore and junior Class Secretary, Debat- 
ing Team, Math Team, French Society, Tennis Team, Tutoring Squad, Yeshi- 
va Bowl. 





RACHIM BASKIN (ra chim ba skin) 



1. a small, compact radio, once turned on gives hours of 
uninterrupted talking (usually monologues). 2. enjoys play- 
ing history music after receiving a charge from Rabbi Gor- 
don in the morning. 3. adds a stereophonic effect to 12th 
year math by changing his seat every day. 4. tunes in to pho- 
tography and music, frequents the B'nei Akiva scene. 5. this 
YCQ product will transfer across the street and operate 
under RIETS wavelengths. 





PHILIP BENDHEIM (fil/ip bend him) 



1. the Howard Hughes of MTA. 2. he's shown magnani- 
mous philanthropy in improving progressive education by 
acquiring a photostat machine to decorate the 2nd floor 
water fountain. 3. is described by the song, "Simple Desul- 
tory Phillipic or how Rabbi Weinbach was Bendheimed into 
subversion". 4. enjoys water skiing and winter skiing. 5. is a 
professional drummer while attending school on a part time 
basis. 5. was unanimously voted, by all the high school re- 
beim, into a college shiur; at the current rate he may even 
wind up in the Semicha Program. 

ELCHANITE Busineis Manager, Service Squad. 




Wits 




Pull your pants back up! 




IRA BERKOWITZ (Brrr-co-wits) 



1. Big Berk is a valuable member of the Yeshiva society, 
having hidden talents. 2. secretly admires Rabbi Dulitz for 
his excellent physique, hoping to emulate his finer qualities. 
3. an avid Zionist, former disciple of Betar theory. 4. fond of 
history and math, was a recipient of a Regents Scholarship. 
5. vi'ith beret on head and pack on back, will invade Yeshiva 
for a career in medicine. 

Dramatics Society. 



CHARLES BERNSTEIN (chuck burn steen) 



1. also Chuck (chuk) and Chaaley (exact pronunciation can 
be given only by Sam). 2. chief recipient of Mr. Stepelman's 
"humor" (for 4 years!), distinguished himself in mathematics 
by being the only candidate to hand in his Westinghouse 
project on time. 3. Yeshiva Salanter valedictorian and merit 
semi-finalist. 4. will study engineering in YC while continu- 
ing in RIETS. 5. hopes to be a computer scientist after 
"aliyah". 

Co-Chairman of Intramurals, Soccer Team, Art Editor of ELCHANITE, Edi- 
tor-in-Chief of Compact, Class Representative. 






I bless you and keep you. 




Rabbi, I think she digs my beard. 




That's a No No! 




AZARYA BERZON (oz zie berzon) 



1. a philosophy text written in the no-world of Flatbush. 

2. recent transcendentalist convert to Bnei Akiva. 3. in one 
breath discusses the Rambam, the Raivid, and Marilyn. 
4. plans to spend an existential year in Israel before attend- 
ing college. 5. will most likely end up a metaphysical Orech 
Din in the very real fretz Hakodesh. 

Sophomore Class President, Chairman SOY, Basketball Intramurals, Com- 
pact Staff, Yagdil Torah Contributer. 



DANNY BESDIN (da nee bes din) 



1. comes to us from His Father's Court — YDR. 2. prosecuted 
by Blinkey, sentenced to a year during which time he pro- 
duced literarilly for the f/chy and the Academy News. 3. 
while he sat with the judge on the bench, his basketball ca- 
reer took a turn for the VD's (Varsity dropouts). 4. gleaned a 
fee by gulping his yellow lab-exhibit to the amazement of 
his Bio jury. 5. got a lift towards becoming a RIETS — human- 
ist by taking college history. 



IV Ba5l<etball Team, Tennis Team, ELCHANITE Literary Editor, Academy 
News Contributing Editor, Compact Literary Editor, Piayer-Coach VD's. 




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Rabbi, I think she digs your 
beard. 




HOWARD BIENENFELD (how ee bee nee) 



1. a complex variable, knowledgeable with familiar curves; 
he's far from a perfect square. 2. uses his knowledge of 
probability for off-track betting but rarely makes an irration- 
al move. 3. a derivative of Yavneh, expertly graphed the 
parametric format of the Elchy. 4. reached his limit when he 
transferred from Rabbi Dulitz's morning shiur only to fail 
into the Big D's domain in the afternoon. 5. plans to func- 
tion within the radius of engineering in NYU. 

ELCHANITE Layout Editor, lY Representative, Class Representative, /ns/ght 
Sports Editor. 



CHARLES BLOCK (ge dal yah blok) 



1. made of Dov Revel leather, souled by Macy's. 2. sole 
contributor to Young Israel of Forest Hills as precollegiate 
president and Youth Minyan gabbi. 3. striving to fill the 
shoes of the Wimbledon matches — presented himself to 
Queens. 4. hopes to be a chip off the old Block, to become 
a lawyer after majoring in Poli(sh) science. 

Tennis Team, N.Y. Times Class Representative. 





DAVID BLUMENTHAL (da vid bloo mee) 



1. a member of the YCQ clique whose greatest hangup is 
understanding people and Rabbi Dulitz. 2. an avid Met fan 
whose altruistic plans for the future include setting up a psy- 
chiatric practice in Beer Sheba (where else?). 3. when not 
cramming or combing his hair, can be found pursuing his 
weird interest of girls. 4. has worked assiduously for the es- 
tablishment distinguishing himself for 2 years on the Office 
and Service Squads. 5. plans to bloom next year at Queens. 



B3seball Team, Office Squad, Chess and Checkers Team, Awards Commit- 
tee. 



NORMAN BLUMENTHAL (blumen norman tal) 



1. a door made out of wood from Forest Hills. 2. opened and 
closed the NYPD books on him in his famous jaywalking 
case. 3. slammed his way into B'nei Akiva at an early age. 

4. hinges his future plans on Israel and serving people. 

5. plans to set up next year on a new threshhold in Israel. 

ELCHANITE Feature Editor, Academy News Contributing Editor, Insighit Edi- 
tor-in-Chief. 






Finklegeorge wants you in the 
office. 





MICHAEL BRATEN (mike braf n) 

1. a dedicated student of military history, fond of battle tac- 
tics and strategies. 2. becomes fired up reading about guns, 
planes and ships. 3. spends spare time working or watching 
the tube. 4. a tall, towering sight, culminating in a shock of 
blond hair, Moishe is one of MTA's unsung heroes and de- 
serves the highest honors. 5. will decide his career in YU. 





HENRY BREM (hen re brem) 

1. an enthusiast of NCSY, who inhabits the Fairlawn, N. J. 
region of the Western Hemisphere. 2. his major characteris- 
tics include abilities to play piano while swimming the Passa- 
ic River. 3. taking a year's leave from YUHS, he returned with 
great zeal and plans to continue in RIETS. 4. being National 
Program Vice-President of NCSY, he is trying to build up a 
clientele for his future medical practice. 



JOSEPH BRENDER (jo ee brender) 

1. an outstanding sports enthusiast who has distinguished 
himself on the Softball, Track, and Soccer Teams. 2. one of 
our Washington Heights dwellers who considers surviving 
Rabbi Wachtfogel's class as his ultimate scholastic achieve- 
ment. 3. a ridiculous obsession with fish or any other related 
aquatic entities. 4. one of the very few faithful fans who rare- 
ly missed an MTA basketball game. 5. will continue at City 
studying liberal arts. 

Soccer Team, Track Team, Softball Team, Checkers, Chess Teams. 





There's a difference between a 
schmohawk and a schmagoogoo. 





AH — 1, ah — 2, ah — 1 2 3. 

CHAIM BRICKMAN (cha yim man brik) 

1. any of several short-haired Philadelphians known to 
breed in Maiden, Mass., of the genus shmulzees. 2. noted 
high intellect (710 bio achievements). 3 . worked on a West- 
inghouse Science Project — Food for future space flights — 
algae. 4. colloq. "Say hello to George Dummy." 5. interests 
include biology, math, medicine. 6. plans to attend RIETS or 
U.of P. 

Academy News Editor, Dramatics Society, N. Y. Times School Representa- 
tive, Corhpact staff. 




ISRAEL BURSTEIN (izzy burs teen) 

1. a YZM member of an ever-expanding cult of electronics 
nuts. 2. characteristics include collecting valueless coins and 
pouring over valueless almanac statistics. 3. can usually be 
found reading the N. Y. Times in the morning, or in the H. S. 
Library, w/here he w/orks hard(ly). 4. writes everything and 
to everyone from doodles to the President. 5. plans to go on 
to higher forms of "shtuss" at Yeshiva. 

Library Squad, Electronics Club, ELCHANITE (yp/ngsta^^. 




Our Central sisters. 



KENNY CAPPELL (ke nee ka pel) 

1. one of the opossum family of the species hib ernator. 2. 
when aroused can perform with unusual spurts of energy — 
participating in All-American sports. 3. subject, preferring 
not to be awakened, usually habituates Rav Schechter's (col- 
lege) shiur. 4. boasts of sleeping through MTA including 
graduation, he has never been noticed by the administra- 
tion. 5. will delve into liberal arts in Yeshiva. 

Sopbomore Class Representative. 




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JAY COHEN (jay con) 

1. a Zichron Moshe pencil, lead the Academy News Art 
Dept. 2. known for sharpness in biology and math, also re- 
ceived a Merit Letter of Commendation. 3. outspoken with- 
out being vocal, he has the honor of having every word he 
utters counted by our most stentorian pedagogue. 4. base- 
ball is his no. 1 sketch, also has been drawing triangles in AP 
Math for 4 years. 5. with a future pointing to biochemistry, 
he plans to leave his trace in Brooklyn College. 

Academy News Art Editor. 



SAMUEL COHEN (shep co en) 

1. one of Hammus family of genus electronicus buggus. 2. 
subject aspires to fix all YD electronics failures — a monu- 
mental achievement. 3. undaunted by water barriers, sub- 
ject swims fiercely as the captain of MTA'S Swimming Team. 
4. of vanishing family — good Samaritan, species — nice guy, 
subject has Senior Life Saving and takes an instructor's 
course in First Aid. 5. will study electronics or engineering in 
City or Yeshiva. 

Captain, Swimming Team, Tennii Team 





Well, someone is going to have to clean it up. 



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JONATHAN DASHIFF (jonne da shif) 

1. another of the species uris revel. 2. a star of the MTA Soc- 
cer Team, he has a propensity to kick about sports. 3. ex- 
ceedingly rare Yankee fan living in the shadow of the great 
stadium. 4. interested in chessiike maneuvers of world af- 
fairs. 5. will get psyched up in EMC. 

Soccer Team, Chess, Checkers Intramurals. 



DAVID B. DOLNY (david be dolnee) 

1. one of the original flower children; born in Flower Hospi- 
tal. 2. unusual aspirations to rig the "hot line" — expert with 
telephones, practices with 14 varied telephone systems. 3. 
one of the genus Insidius who will corrupt the FCC from 
within by holding commercial and general class amateur 
radio licenses. 4. any subject characteristically electronically 
minded, planning gettaways from subversion in hopped up 
Oldsmobiies. 5. subject usually found during the summer 
disguised as a helpless office boy, while working on ad- 
vanced electronic equipment. 

Freshman Class Representative, Checkers, Chess & Basketball Intramurals, 
Service Squad, Insight, Compact & ELCHANITE typing staffs, ELCHANITE 
photography staff. 






S.A.T.'s in the auditorium. 




ALANDUBIN(alandubin) 

1. excellent in Talmud and (lehavdil) mathematics, hence, 2. 
won Barnes and Nobles Award for being high scorer on our 
low scoring Math Team, Orthodox Jewish Scientist Award, 
General Science Teachers Award, Westinghouse Scholar- 
ship, and he is a National Merit Finalist. 3. a letter man on 
MTA's Handball Team and High School Bowl. 4. while com- 
peting in national finals of Westinghouse Scholarship, also 
appeared on national television. 5. will continue to learn 
next year during the day and attend City at night after a 
summer of learning day and night. 

Yagdil Torah, Math Team, High School Bowl, Handball Team. 





JOSEPH EPSTEIN (jo sef ep steen) 

1. has narrowly missed being "the blonde bombshell of Syr- 
acuse" and has remained simply "Joey". 2. a public-minded 
citizen of Yeshiva, he has made the welfare of his fellow stu- 
dents his prime concern. 3. brought revolutionary journalis- 
tic change to Yeshiva by changing the Academy News for- 
mat. 4. believer in Yishuv L'Eretz Yisroel, Bnei Akivanik. 5. 
plans to major in history at YU or Columbia, but meanwhile 
devotes his time to the YU Learning Seder. 

Academy News Editor-in-Chief, CO Secretary-Treasurer, Chess Team, 
Freshman Class Vice-President, Sophmore Class President, Class Represent- 
ative, Dramatics Society, Insight, Learning Awards Committee Seder. 



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The square root of 4 is 
Uhh the square root of 4 is 



It just won't stay up. 




ZVI ERENYI (tz vee eren yee) 

1. the most mispronounced name in the Bronx phone-book 
(the Solomon F. version given above). 2. came to YUHS on a 
combined finger football and eraser hockey scholarship 
from Hungary. 3. ambition of high goals in life has led to his 
becoming our Soccer Team Captain. 4. likes to kick around 
chemistry and history, while practicing oratory on the De- 
bating Team. 5. hopes to spread the Hungarian goulash cul- 
ture to the Middle East during college (Hebrew U.). 

Debating Team, Captain, Soccer Team. 



ALBERT FABER (al bee fay ber) 

1. a flower found in the Hy trees of Forests and Hills. 2. 
bloomed through five years on the (basketball) court — 
earning judges' blue ribbon. 3. natrually, a bio-fan — petals 
a meaty dish every Friday. 4. crossed with Tara-Tulip in Ra- 
leigh gardens. 5. on to RIETS greenhouse for further testing, 
testing. 

Captain, Varsity fiasketba// Team, Track Team. 




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HERBERT FALECK (herb ee pha lie) 

1. a leafy vegetarian flowered as a Sophomore Class Repre- 
sentative. 2. photosynthesizes early, catching the first light 
from the East (side). 3. his auxin bends to dark, handsome 
math teachers. 4. never wilts in 12th year math and associates 
with mary-golds. 5. should propagate in YU or City. 

Sophomore C/ass Representative. 



JEFFREY FARKAS (jef far kash) 

1. a fighting Indian from the Westchester Day School Tribe. 

2. appointed Chief of the Service Squaw-ed and has gone on 
the warpath without any reservations about under class of- 
fenders. 3. an expert in primitive art (learned from Sadie), 
and without wishing to make another extinct, he also often 
shoots the bull. 4. an interest in biology and his being a for- 
mer Captain of the Checkers and Chess Team put feathers in 
his headress. 5. will learn medicine using his tomahawk in 
Yeshiva or Cornell. 

Captain, Service Squad, Captain, Office Squad, Dramatics Society, Insight 
Typing Editor, Chess and Checkers Team. 





Happy New Year!!! 




I'll take the handoff and you run! 





The Communication Cap. 




JOEL FELDERMAN (jo el fel der man) 

1. a peninsula omnibus, this model is the ultimate in ease 
and relaxation. 2. a toss up between Hili's and MTA's Bus 
Companies, he left the driving to us. 3. shuttled for two years 
in Bernstein City, spent another pair a Doc's (Rappaport) 
class. 4. fares well at all sports activities, he is an invaluable 
system of transportation for Far Rock commuters. 4. from 
School to School no Fuss — he remembered YU. 



ZVI FISCHER (dib) 

1. one of the deer that roams the thickets of the Forest 
(Hills). 2. whose sly and smart abilities have earned him a 
Letter of Commendation and positions in AP Math and a 
college shiur without any fawning. 3. his speed and agility 
have made him the terror of the basketball court, race track 
and soccer field. 4. Deerist subject is math. 5. hopes to race 
through City Engineering. 6. plans to obtain and support his 
"dough" through engineering. 

IV Basketball Team, Soccer Team, Track Team, ELCHANITE feature £d/tor. 
Awards Committee. 





MITCHELL FLAUM (myah phloem) 

1. an Original Salanter seedling transplanted to the Forest 
(Hills). 2. a tree that dug firm roots in student government by 
finally blossoming as Senior Class Secretary. 3. a hybrid 
product of careful Chait-Scheinberg breeding. 4. planning 
to branch out in RIETS. 5. his artistic talents should bear frui- 
tion as an architect. 

/Academy News Art Editor, Insight, Chess Team, Football Team, Math Team, 
Bowling Team, SOY, junior Class Representative, Senior Class Secretary, 
Debating Team, Dramatics Society. 




MARK FOGEL (mark fo gel) 

1. a Bayside vector who finds it increasingly difficult to re- 
solve himself into passing Rabbi Wachtfogel. 2. his vertical 
components include an interest in sports and physics. 3. 
chosen as resultant for Sophomore Class President. 4. as an 
equilibriant for hard work in MTA, he is an official member 
of YU's party crashing club. 5. plans to utilize Queens Col- 
lege as frame of reference next year. 

Soccer Team, Library Squad, ELCHANITE business staff. Service Squad, Of- 
fice Squad, Sophomore Class President, Awards Committee, Math Intra- 
mural Chairman. 




HOWARD FREIMANN (how ee fry man) 

1. a Mafia enthusiast sent over by the Soloveichik Gang. 2. 
alias Woody, worked the numbers racket at JV Manager for 
2 years. 3. received a contract to do the job on Hili-I in the 
summer. 4. keeps a legal front by planning to major in Jew- 
ish history. 5. will continue underground next year in YU 
and hopes to be deported to Israel as a university professor. 

Swimming Team, jV Manager, Service Squad, SOY, Sophomore 
Newspaper. 





Beer belly, Where?? 




JACK FREITAG (jackee try fag) 

1. a rising young movie star shooting most of the action in 
Queens. 2. began career in Dov Revel Studios, he received a 
four year contract after a successful screen test at MTA. 3. 
spliced to his film an added attraction, making appearances 
on the Senior Council. 4. among his numerous followers are 
such notables as Rabbi D. and Mr. Wachsman; yet despite all 
his fans, Jackie remains cool-natured. 5. after the release of 
his current movie, will film a new reel for Yeshiva Co. 
Productions. 

Sen/or Class Representative, Captain, Checkers Intramurals, Math 
Intramurals. 




GARRY FRENKEL (ga ree fran kel) 

1. a Birmingham electro-buff wino came to us complete with 
a you all and a great potentiometer. 2. showed his capicitor 
by becoming Freshman Class President. 3. a real resistor 
when it comes to barbers and haircuts. 4. picked up a lot of 
voltage as ELCHANITE Layout Editor. 5. gets a real charge out 
of electronics and plans to go into electrical engineering. 

ELCHANITE Layout Editor, freshman Class President, Senior Class 
Representative. 



WILLIAM FRENKEL (will yum frankee) 

1. a Bronx born computer, received original programming 
from Akiba Academy. 2. lightning speed in solving math 
problems and wiring electrical circuits. 3. has progressed so 
fast that nobody ever saw him in Junior Hebrew or High 
School physics yet takes college courses in both Hebrew and 
physics. 4. rarely errs and has been known to correct even 
university professors. 5. hopes to be installed next year in 
Cooper Union. 

ELCHANITE Copy Editor, Office Squad, Track Team, Academy News Fea- 
ture Editor, Math Team, Insight Math and Science Editor. 






So you're Harry's mother, huh? 



Thanks anyway, I've got this month's already. 



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LEONARD FULD(lanurdfuld) 

1. one of our former public school boys who earnestly de- 
cided to take the ordeal that is Yeshiva, even if it includes 
Rabbi Dulitz. 2. an overzealous passion for photography in 
all its ramifications. 3. noted for his ubiquitous camera, con- 
genial personality, and conspicious sideburns. 4. interested 
in chemistry {in which he plans to major) and active in 
NCSY. 5. willing to tackle another four years of Yeshiva on 
the college level, thereby having completed 16 years of edu- 
cation within walking distance of his home on Fairview Ave. 

ELCHANITE Photography Editor. 





DANIEL GETTINGER(daneegetinger) 

1. an ardent disciple of Karate and Judo, this taciturn Senior 
saves his Keyai for actual combat. 2. a Soloveichik grad, 
when not shuto-ing his guitar, can pluck a fine tune. 3. di- 
vers kicking techniques have strengthened his play on the 
soccer team and have led to his being chosen Captain in his 
Senior year. 4. a B'nei Akiva follower, he also digs paleontol- 
ogy, coin and stamp collecting. 5. a future psychology major, 
he plans to analyze Yeshiva next year. 

Captain, Soccer Team, Judo Class. 



Spic — and — Span cleans the best. 






Hey Doc, your head is on crooked. 



Kill, Igor! 




ELLIOT GODICK (el li ot god ick) 

1. one of the film stars in the silent movies, he played the 
part of the taciturn, complaisant student. 2. after his pre- 
miere at Akiba Hebrew Academy, played to rave reviews in 
MTA. 3. won the NEDT Award along with many other actori- 
al accolades. 4. includes a reel on history and math, with a 
hopeful finale on the teaching profession. 5. will continue 
productions next year in EMC with a leading role in 
Kamelot. 



SAMUEL GOLDRING(chynk gold ring) 

1. a gold-ringed watch living just off jewel Avenue. 2. very 
dressy, found in fine parties everywhere. 3. shock-absorb- 
ent, Chait resistant, hair-proof and Dov Revel made, but 
runs a little fast. 4. popular dark model, always in style on C- 
don's right hand. 5. being exported to Israel for a 4 year trial 
run. 





RAPHAEL GRIBETZ (rafe grib betz) 

1. Moby Fafe, MTA's strongman, known as the "denizen of 
the beit medrash." 2. his aquatic nature has provided him 
with the spring to excel on the Swimming Team for 4 years. 
3. nevertheless, has a mild nature and never lets off any 
steam. 4. raised as a babe in NYC and splashed in Yonkers 
Yeshiva. 5. hopes to float down the block next year for col- 
lege and make waves in Law School. 

Swimming Team. 





JOEL GROSS (joel growth) 

1. an irregular library donated to us by Hi-Rock. 2. slack serv- 
ice, but when open zips periodically. 3. old wing in math 
and science, home of the Math Team; this summer he 
opened new computer wing in association with N.Y.U. 4. 
excellent trivia section which has helped our High School 
Bowl Team for 2 years. 5. will expand into RIETS and not go 
public. 

Mat/i Team, High School Bowl, Intramurals. 



JERRY GROSSER (fred grow sir) 

1. a Manhattan-born rambler seeking the highest level of 
elementary education, attended Soloveichik, Bruer's and 
RJJ. 2. restlessness continued into MTA thru shiurim of Rab- 
bi Dulitz and Rabbi Chait; he finally proved his superiority, 
he now conducts his own inspiring shiur. 3. enjoys all sports, 
especially basketball; he is one of our most ardent varsity 
fans. 4. relaxes with math in class, when not engaged in a 
continuous bout with Fafe in the back of the room. 5. after 
an interesting summer on Wall Street, he plans to buy a seat 
on the Yeshiva Exchange. 

Handball Team, Baseball Team, Academy News sports staff. 





SOLY HABOUCHA(thehab) 

1. a sharp Middle Eastern spice, raised in Cairo and imported 
to the U.S. in his 10th year. 2. flavored his classes with deep 
philosophical insights. 3. a seasoned athlete, put zest into 
the Track and Soccer Teams. 4. he gingerly experiments with 
foreign correspondence and literature. 5. humanities being 
his cup of tea, he plans to attend Hebrew U. and to major in 
one of its branches. 

Captain, Soccer Team, Track Team, Insight sports staff. 








BRUCE HERSHENOV(broocehershenov) 

1. an unidentified flying object sighted frequently on or 
around a basketball court. 2. rumored to be from far out Far 
Rockaway. 3. suspected of being very good in Spanish, but 
certainly no hallucination in math. 4. very inconspicuous 
during the morning, appears to be most active in the P.M. 
{after 4:30). 5. will shock many people when he enters the 
NBA. 

IV Basl<etball Team, Clieckers, Bas/celfaa/l, Intramurals. 



STEVE HERSKOVITZ (steev hers ko vitz) 

1. a rock band that can be found playing at almost every par- 
ty in the Bronx. 2. has recorded most of his material in Rudy 
Bernstein's class. 3. has a good beat, rhythm and timing with 
his repetoire and quick wit. 4. views school as one big "Jam 
Session". 5. attracts many fans who crowd around to hear his 
vibration. 6. his next hit will be at City College where he'll 
major in business or law. 

Swimming Team. 




JOEL HERVITZ (goon her vitz) 

1. a genuine orangutang from the wilds of Harrisburg, Pa. 2. 
known to beat on any available solid surface. 3. the only 
member of his species that has the ability to imitate an elec- 
tric guitar. 4. pleased his trainers by his outstanding per- 
formance as ELCHANITE Business Manager. 5. plans to swing 
at NYU and major in business administration. 

ELCHANITE Business Manager, Captain, Baseball Team, Dorm Council. 





11 o'clock, at my place. 




ROBERT HOENIG(bobhodge) 

1. a H.I. Rock hare who bounds through the Palisades from 
Monsey. 2. a real sport Bug, led the JV (basketball) Bunnies. 
3. broke his nose while saying, "What's up Doc?" 4. enjoys 
math, contemplating much multiplying and pullulating, true 
to his breed, in Yeshiva. 5. hopes to split hares as a litigating 
lawyer. 

Captain, JV Basketball Team, Varsity Basketball Team, Track Team. 



HAROLD HOFFMAN (ha rold hof man) 

1. a chess game imported from Zichron Moshe. 2. has gained 
grandmastery in Mathamagics and is a Math Team prodigy. 
3. a Riverdale gambit at knight, he's opening at the Giucci 
Piano. 4. he's become quite an early mate of our domed cas- 
tle, often resigns to the guitar. 5. "en passant" from MTA, 
will check into RIETS squared with math. 

Captain, Math Team. 







ARNOLD JOSEFOWITZ (ar nee jo sef owitz) 

1. a Salanter gelding and Pelham pedigree jockeyed by Doc 
Rapaport. 2. as a two-year filly, broke his foreleg when al- 
most in the winner's circle of the J.V. Raceway. 3. took 
charge of the Manhattan Derby as correspondent for the 
Jewish Press sheet. 4. became a daily-double winner as both 
Insight and Academy News Sports Editor. 5. hopes to pursue 
arts and letters in EMC or City and retire to the peaceful pas- 
tures of rnath. 

IV Basketball Team, Jewish Press District Head and Correspondent, Acade- 
my News Sports Editor, Insight Sports Editor. 



TOBI KAHN(tobican) 

1. a hairy bush that grows only in a riverdale. 2. was shorn 
first in Breuers before coming here. 3. real slick when it 
comes to certain veins disapproved of by the religious facul- 
ty. 4. needs a brush every once in a while so he can enjoy 
himself by painting. 5. plans to let it all grow at N. (or) Y.U. 
while studying psychology or business administration. 

Captain, Chess Team, Service Squad, Tennis Team, Dramatics Society. 





ISRAEL KALMAN (is reel kal man) 

1. also known as Izzy and Ick, his pneumonic campaign 
name. 2. gained a reputation as a superstudent when he 
outsmarted an American History teacher by doing a punish- 
ment three times as long as the one assigned. 3. one of the 
founders of the Guitar Club — the only musical group in 
MTA. 4. has made a hobby of losing elections, hopes one 
day to lose the election for the Presidency and be included 
in They Also Ran. 5. on to a career in engineering at City 
College. 





You don't have any hang-ups??? 



LYLEKAMLET(loil kam let) 

1. one of our worldly Seniors, enjoys being with people and 
learning different foreign customs. 2. comes from a long line 
of Yeshiva gentry, plans to follow family precedent in the 
rabbinate. 3. holds the astounding record of learning under 
Rabbi Wachtfogel for three years! 4. despite his reticent 
nature, he enjoys singing and delivering sermons. 5. dis- 
posed to math (plans to major in it), will learn next year in 
Yeshiva or in Israel. 





DOV KANNER (dove ka ner) 

1. flew through school, soaring as an AP Math bright-bird. 2. 
astronomy, philatelies, and football piece together his free 
time. 3. won his wings as a Merit Semi-Finalist and Academy 
News Copy Editor. 4. work and leisure dovetailed this sum- 
mer as a parkee. 5. flocking together with birds of a feather 
to the RIETS aviary. 

Academy News Copy Editor, Math Intramurals, Academy News typing staff. 



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Quiet, I'm in communication 

with Kitteredge!! 




Your right side is definitely your better side. 




ALLAN KAPLAN (al gross out) 

1. a sleek Boston Whaler who sped to the bow of the Senior 
Class. 2. powerful outboard motor propels him to excel- 
lence in all athletic activities. 3. made waves as Academy 
News Executive Editor after serving as a d eck hand at Hili-i. 
4. a genial ritrah with an occasional jib, who always keeps up 
with the current while his Celts remain down in the deep 
fathoms. 5. plans to sail into the sea of medicine in the port 
of Columbia or U. of P. 

Academy News Executive Editor, Captain, Baseball Team, Tennis Team, 
Debating Team, Service Squad, Captain, Basketball Intramurals, Class Rep- 
resentative, Dorm Council. 





ARTHUR KATZ (arther cats) 

1. a cat who purred to us from Yonkers kennels via Salanter 
and Bronx Science. 2. in AP Math often earns cat-o-nine- 
tails. 3. striped with Library Squad, Math intramurals, and 
Class Representative marks. 4. loves Purina, Talmud, running 
for office, and the Mets. 5. College? don't scratch our RIETS. 

Library Squad, Junior Class Representative, Math and Checkers 
Intramurals. 




Ready! Aim! Fire! 



URI KAUFTHAL (u ree kaf tal) 

1. a Raleigh made basketball, who frequently gets bounced 
out after his morning lesson with Cazzie. 2. an Israeli import 
with a tough Bruers grip, who worked his way to captain of 
our Varsity in his Senior year. 3. big with basketfaa//s (no. 1 in 
the class according to Johny Morgenstern), dribbles with 
ease through math but falls behind picks in Rabbi Dulitz's 
class. 4. a lively bouncer in NCSY, took a shot at student gov- 
ernment as Freshman Class Representative. 5. after re- 
bounding out of YUHS, figures to crash the boards in NYU 
or Yeshiva. 

Junior Varsity Basl^etball Team, Captain, Varsity Basl<etball Team, Freshman 
Class Representative. 





JAY KESTENBAUM (jay kes tin baum) 

1. a sleek foreign sports car that has seen action in all parts of 
the world. 2. drives in every day from Far Rockaway. 3. long 
and lean, Jay has out-raced skiers on the slopes of the Swiss 
Alps as well as camels of the Negev. 4. can really "rev it up" 
when it comes to studying math or collecting stamps. 5. 
parked in the Bee's class for two years, he came out with a 
sense of morality and the love of hearing "musar". 



LESLIE KLEIMAN (les kly man) 

1. a graduate of Manhattan Day School who enjoys winter 
sports, performed the astounding feat of breaking his leg 
going uphill on skis!!! 2. an unusual musician (who plays the 
cheeks) in an even more unusual band in the back row of 4- 

2. 3. when the snow melts he's also a fine swimmer, spend- 
ing his summer in Massad Bet. 4. an NCSY member who 
enjoys French, but will take a shot at psych. 5. will attend 
City College, after all, "that's life in the big city ! " 

Swimming Team, Service Squad, ELCHANITE typing staff. Chess, C/ieckers 
Intramurals. 





SAUL KLEIN (zaieeklyn) 

1. a gargantuan Zichron Moshe graduate, who makes even 
Rabbi Dulitz stand on his toes to speak to him. 2. very altruis- 
tic and always eager to help, working on the Service and Of- 
fice Squads and in the book room, he even comes in on Fri- 
days to help out. 3. always wanted to appear in Yankee Stadi- 
um, finally made it this summer selling hot dogs. 4. 
fascinated by Spanish, he relaxes with both classical and 
popular music. 5. hopes to be an engineer after majoring in 
math at Yeshiva. 

Service Squad, Office Squad. 





Now that's a buxom milkmaid. 



ZACHARY KLEINBAUM (zack kline bum) 

1. an aerosol can made in The Bronx and processed at the 
Lubavitcher Yeshiva. 2. a real push-button at his typewriter 
as he indulges in his hobby of making statistical studies. 3. 
was careful not to expose himself to too much heat when he 
worked as a busboy during the summer. 4. plans to go to 
CCNY and then for the 2nd year try a new market at Hebrew 
U. 5. will be a psychologist or psychotherapist so he can pro- 
vide protection for the whole family. 

Chess, Checker Intramurals, French Society. 





BARRY KOCHANOWITZ (ba ree skee) 

1. a planet seen in the sky's East Side (Mizrachi). 2. follows an 
elliptical orbit focusing on Simon and Garfunkel. 3. an A P 
ogee plan to go into computers eclipsed by math. 4. as- 
tounded astronomy as our galaxy's high Merit scorer. 5. will 
remain in our solar system as he streaks toward RIETS. 



Insight typing staff. Academy Nev 
School Bowl. 



typing staff, Math Intramurals, High 




AARON KOPELOWITZ (a ron kopel witz) 

1. a yet who trips while learning Talmud. 2. spends much 
time in the Beit Medrash usually stacked up over sephorim. 
3. took off very well in Rabbi Yaged's class. 4. finally landed a 
job with Yagdil Torah. 5. flight plan calls for learning by day 
and attending City College at night; or possibly scheduling 
an overseas flight to study in Israel. 

Yagdil Torah. 





Gee. I was a cute baby. 



■'^^H 



BARRY KOPITNIKOFF (ba ry ko pit ni kof) 

1. a fast moving hoc/ceypuc/c who can't be kept off the ice. 2. 
bounced over from the rinks of Teaneck, N.J. 3. although he 
plays defense on the Soccer Team, he plays the field very 
aggressively. 4. took a few good shots at school politics while 
gliding through YUHS. 5. scored very well in history, goal is 
to go into law and politics. 

Captain, Soccer Team, Sophomore Class Vice President, Class Representa- 
tive, Academy News staff. Senior Class President. 





JEFFREY KOZLOWSKI (Jeff koz ee) 

1. an early box office attraction from Salanter Studios. 2. won 
widespread acclaim as a math mind. 3. excellent in musical 
side effects, rated K for Knicks. 4. this star was stamped for 
greatness and philatelies; he appeared on the NEDT hour. 5. 
after a long run at a select TheAter will tour Boston 
University. 

Soccer Team. 




We like 'em stacked. 



LAWRENCE KRAUT (la ree kraut) 

1. a sharp looking structure — a (Dov) revelation in modern 
architecture. 2. has solid foundation laid by Dulitz Recon- 
struction Inc. 3. nets enjoyment and profit — rarely losing 
on the courts. 4. reached high-rise in student activities as 
Academy News Senior Editor. 5. easily elevated to RIETS — 
the sky's the limit. 

Tennis Team, Track Team, Academy News Senior Editor, Service Squad. 




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ABRAHAM KRIEGER (abe kree ger) 

1. a candle lit by the fires of Soloveitchik. 2. waxed his ideal- 
ism as member of B'nei Akiva and NCSY. 3. melted the 
hearts of rebbeim alighting late each morning. 4. heralded 
by torch the coming of the Track Team, burning up the track 
with mercurial speed. 5. will burn the midnight oil in City 
College while majoring in history. 



GUY PHILLIP LANDER (guy flip land er) 

1. a mammalian chess player and icthyologist resembling the 
genus genius Rabbi Bronspiegel. 2. commonly found on 
basketball courts where he won the league MVP blue rib- 
bon in his Junior year. 3. hibernated as a bio-math lover and 
estivated as a life guard. 4. hopes to migrate to Morningside 
Heights after he gets over "D" Rabbi malaise. 5. man is a so- 
cial animal. 

junior Class Vice-President, jV and Varsity Basl<etball Teams, Iracfc Team, 
Captain, Junior Basl<etbali Intramurals, Senior Intramurals, Judo Club. 






In solemn memory of Benny Krowicki 



If no one claims me in 30 days I'm 
yours. 




IRVING LAUB(itzylowb) 

1. a synagogue in Forest Hills founded by Yeshiva Ohr Yis- 
roel. 2. announcements concerning math and sports are 
made regularly. 3. known for his fine library and chess tour- 
naments. 4. member of AP Math, College Shiurites, and Na- 
tional Monks. 5. will expand into RIETS by breaking down 
rear walls. 

Library Squad, Chess Intramurals. 



MICHAEL LEIBOWITZ (mendele le bo twits) 

1. an extremely colorful bird that flew to us from Vancouver, 
Canada. 2. has distinguished himself by parrotting such not- 
ables as Mr. Getter, Rabbi Zion, Rabbi Suna, Mr. Goomnitz. 
3. has strutted and made us fret during his many hours on 
stage as Dramatics Society Captain. 4. this pecker has distin- 
guished himself in many a classroom by both humorous 
remarks and fiery deeds. 5. plans to roost next year at U of 
BC before migrating back to Yeshiva. 

Captain, Dramatics Society, Baseball Team, Chess Team, Tennis Team, 
Swimming Team, Cheering Squad, Dorm Cabbai. 





I've seen better curves than this. 





And then I was explaining to my stock- 
broker how to buy stocks. 



Knicks by five. 




JEFFREY LEICHTMAN (Jeff lycht man) 

1. a painting, touched up by YDR and on exhibit in Hillcrest 
where he is locally active. 2. framed by school publications, 
has been expressionistic in The Academy News, Compact, 
and ELCHANITE photography staff. 3. good example of real- 
ism and dependability on Math and High School Bowl 
Teams. 4. music, cars, and AP Math blend into a beautiful 
background. 5. hopes to be claimed at auction by Brown or 
Columbia and engineer into applied math. 

Math learn. High School Bowl, Academy News staff, ELCHANITE photogra- 
phy staff. 



PHILLIP LERNER (flip lear ner) 

1. a pet from the East 94th Street shop. 2. was first trained at 
Manhattan Day School where he picked up a talent for Bible 
and Talmud. 3. earned Doc's favor upon arrival and sat next 
to him daily for three years. 4. received many a pat on the 
head as a Merit Finalist, AP Math student, Bible Contest 
winner, and College Shiur bochur. 5. plans to go on to big- 
ger and better things at RIETS while studying Mr. K's sub- 
ject: history. 

Chairman, Canvassing Committee, Yagdil Torah staff. Academy News Copy 
Editor, Checkers, Chess Intramurals. 




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ROBERT LEVINE (ro bert leaven) 

1. a loaf, kneaded in High-Rock, named by Johnny Jay. 2. 
rose to the occasion and earned a Merit Letter. 3. Monsey 
Master builder of kayaks, known by connoisseurs for chalil 
playing, jig-saw puzzling and Math Team. 4. puffed to Is- 
rael's Summer Science Institute and baked in the sun and 
math. 5. will make his dough in math or physics at Hebrew 
U. 

Math Team, Chess Team. 



SAUL LEVMORE (sawl luv more) 

1. a school, somewhere between Dov Revel and MTA. 2. 
accredited by National Merit Finalists and United Nations 
Contests. 3. recognized as GO President, jV, lY, Tennis and 
Track Teams mainstay. 4. taught by terms as Junior Class 
President and benefited by flexible program and teachers. 5. 
financed by extra curriculars and biography writing, plans to 
add a Columbia School and discover economics or another 
major. 

CO President, Junior Class President, Sophomore Class Vice-President, In- 
tramurals Director, ]V Basketball Team, Tennis Team, ELCHANITE literary 
staff. Track Team, lY Representative, Freshman Class Representative. 





JONATHAN LEVY (jonny lee vee) 

1. an ambidextrous ski-nut (water & snow), was an instructor 
in Hili last summer. 2. traversed the extra-curricular slope as 
GO Treasurer in his Sophomore & Junior years, culminating 
as Editor-in-Chief of this un-paralleled publication. 3. work- 
ing arduously and often late into the night, this "divinely 
inspired" Teaneck resident enjoys mathematics, attending 
class every day (Mr. Schwartz's roll book says so at least). 4. a 
Yavneh Academy grad, he hopes to stem Arts and Sciences 
after christieing through MTA. 5. should get his chance at 
YU. 

ELCHANITE Editor-in-Chief, GO Treasurer, Insight Typing Editor, Insight 
Business Editor, Swimming Team. 



JUDAHLIFSCHITZ(judd) 

1. a unique cereal and staple of our school. 2. snaps thru his- 
tory, crackles and pops Hebrew music as a member of the 
"Netzach-Yisroel 4". 3. a smacking good college shiurite 
he's gre-e-eat in Massad Bet. 4. with his Rich Krispness, he 
should puff up to RIETS. 5. with same Lucky Charms, Trix 
and knowing the Loops he hopes to become a rabid lawyer. 

Insight staff. Service Squad. 





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Not in my class you don't!! 




CHAIM LOVINGER (cha yeem lun in ger) 

1. displays unparalled efficacy in intellectual endeavors, 
holding the key to invaluable esoterica. 2. has captained the 
victorious High School Bowl Team, a team which has repeat- 
edly scored with and against Central. 3. hopes to promulgate 
the merits of avant garde literature, as shown in the Com- 
pact. 4. exhibits art . . . talent (?) (see ELCHANITE). 5. will go 
to YU and pursue a career in law. 

ELCHANITE An Editor, Captain, High Scliool Bowl, Compact staff. 



ROBERT LUNZER (ro bert lunger) 

1. a lunger (fencer) who saw the world through a Manhattan 
Day School mask. 2. foiled attempts at anarchy as JV and Var- 
sity Manager. 3. savored his talents as Academy News Sports 
Editor and youth leader at local synogogue. 4. math and Hal- 
acha combine to give him enviable parrying balance. 5. af- 
ter pivoting thru Israel last summer, will thrust into liberal 
arts at Yeshiva or City. 

Academy News Sports Editor, IV, Varsity Manager, Chess Team. 




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Onward to M.T.A. 




LARRY MALITZKY (lar ry ma litz ky) 

1. MTA's unanimous choice for the P.P. (propensity to puer- 
ility) Award. 2. always on top of everything (including eleva- 
tors), proved to be an outstanding student in a course re- 
cently added to the syllabus — Liquored Spanish. 3. leads 
the humming chorus in the Wachtfogel Symphony Orches- 
tra; he has also proved to be a thorn in Rabbi Dulitz's im- 
mense side. 4. in more serious moments he enjoys reading 
history and relaxing with cars and music. 5. after a fun-filled 
four years in MTA, he will continue antics in RIETS or City 
and hopes to pursue law after college. 

Class Representative, ELCHANITE business staff. Chess, Clieckers, Track 
Teams. 



STEVEN MANDEL (steve mandel) 

1. an alarm clock first plugged in in Hartford, Conn. 2. is 
known to buzz around (room) 1 :05 in the high school dorm. 
3. very wise when it comes to spending time on his hobby, L. 
argely P. laying the records from his collection. 4. has an 
alarming talent for helping out. 5. turns out many a rousing 
tune on his guitar; will probably wind up using his good tim- 
ing in math or computer work. 

/Academy News, Copy Editor, Dramatics Society, Captain, Frencli Society, 
Tennis Team, Baseball Team. 





SAUL MARCUS (shy mar cus) 

1. a basketball originally from (re)Bound Brook, N.J. 2. 
bounded his way over here from Yavneh Academy, with an 
impressive talent for tutoring (especially math). 3. rebound- 
ed from one scholastic achievement to another, passing 
math, attending Yeshiva, carrying Mr. Grossman's record 
player. 4. scored many points for Jay Baraban as his math 
tutor and campaign manager (undefeated). 5. will not defer 
his great interest in sports and will follow the Knicks next 
year as a bookie at A.F.C. 

Basketball Intramurals, Passover Provisions Committee. 



AARON MARGOLIES (marge) 

1. the "star of Teaneck", discovered as a pebble in the 
Bronx. 2. built on a solid foundation, has a large rock (music) 
collection. 3. polished off Hebrew in 3 years and is now mak- 
ing an impression in EMC. 4. sparkled in the Senior year as 
Class Representative and as Assistant Business Manager of 
the Academy News. 5. multi-faceted personality includes an 
interest in electrophysics and poli-science. 6. will be dis- 
played in YC for the next four years. 

Senior Ciass Representative, Academy News Assistant Business Manager, 
Service Squad, Office Squad, Intramural, Electronics Club. 






Hi Karate! Be careful how you use it ! 



Yes Jackie, you may leave nov 



JACOB MENTKOW (jack ment kow) 

1. an IBM computer who has an answer for everything. 2. 
health food turns him on. 3. computes well in English, evalu- 
ates skiing and tennis as the greatest sports. 4. will short cir- 
cuit when contradicted (usually by teachers), smokes when 
out of order. 5. may complete his programming in Israel. 





Shema Yisroel 





DAVID MICHELSON (da vid mi kel son) 

1. a city in himself in suburban (Dov Revel) Forest Hills. 2. 
cultured with musical and historical interests. 3. settled by 
Rabbi Gordon, but there is still "bechira chofshit". 4. active 
towards "national" chess corps and presidential campaigns. 
5. will grow into a poli-sci major — possibly in the state of 
EMC. 

Chess learn. 




ALEXANDER MINTZ (alex meentz) 

1. one of our imported meats from Tel Aviv, very tough in 
Hebrew (EMC). 2. seasoned his service to MTA by being on 
the Office and Service Squads. 3. meet that his favorite sub- 
ject is Hebrew; he also enjoys leading a youth group in 
Congregation Ohab Zedek. 4. his future aspirations include 
plans to give rabbinical hashgacha to other food products. 5. 
plans to remain lean in Yeshiva. 

office Squad, Service Squad. 




Guess who you have next term. 



ABRAHAM MITTELMAN (a bee mid die man) 

1. one of our silent shteigers from Yeshiva Ohr Yisroel who 
followed in the footsteps of his older brother by going to 
MTA. 2. a jotto major in his Freshman year, he settled down 
to 2Vi years of arduous labor under the watchful eye of the 
Big D. 3. a Simon & Garfunkel adulator, he also enjoys pas- 
toral photography and the NY Mets. 4. a Merit Letter man 
and a NEDT scholar when not out on the courts playing ten- 
nis or squash. 5. plans to continue in Yeshiva College and 
major in organic chemistry. 

Class Representative. 




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JONATHAN MORGENSTERN (jonny more than stern) 

1. a four-piece band direct from his bass in Wichita. 2. a 
grand baby on the JV, he has been instrumental in the Var- 
sity's successful note. 3. a consistent performer, has given 
benefits to Raleigh. 4. he trumped in economics, hit a high 
note in AP Math, and is a fair fan of Talmud. 5. plans to con- 
tinue the bandwagon and wood — wind up in RIETS. 

IV, Varsity Basketball Teams, Class Representative. 





MONROE MUSMAN (moose mus man) 

1. MTA's answer to the call of the wild, Moose plans to shake 
up the future with his ambitious plans for medical studies at 
Albert Einstein after a four year Football scholarship at Penn. 
State. 2. combining expert leadership with outstanding abili- 
ty, earned top honors in the Swimming and Track Teams in 
the highly "competitive" Yeshiva League. 3. other admirable 
attributes include Captain of the Soccer Team, Academy 
News sports staff, and statistician of our basketball varsity. 4. 
Brooklyn-bred and Manhattan-schooled, he also spent two 
months at a Boy Scout jamboree in Arizona. 5. claims that his 
myriad spectacular achievements are due to the guiding in- 
fluence of Mr. Stark, one of our former social science 
teachers. 

Captain, Track Team, Captain, Swimming Team, Captain, Soccer Team, 
Academy News sports staff. Insight typing staff. 




Dizguzzding test. 




According to the way you explained 
the time zones, this class was over 
three hours ago. 




MARK NEUHOF (mark neuf) 

1. a HANQ-made hot rod racing to MTA everyday from 
Queens. 2. one of the few (??) seniors who have patented 
the three nninute history homework copy job. 3. after a suc- 
cessful place in the "NEDT 500", Tony accelerated to Cap- 
tain of the Checkers Team and Academy News staff. 4. favor- 
ite avocation is sleeping, otherwise is active in Synagogue 
group. 5. after a long rest in MTA, he plans to rev his engine 
in the field of Biology in City. 

Checkers Team, Captain, Chess Team, Academy News typing staff. Service 
Squad. 



AVERY NEUMARK (av iary new mark) 

1. a phonograph with Manhattan Day School made compo- 
nents. 2. "Macy's own brand" with a GerOD turntable, spun 
his way to ELCHANITE Sports Editor. 3. managed to be 
known as "the Varsity," while keeping in the bio groove. 4. 
contains a constantly squeezed arm by the Big D with a dia- 
mond needle to come out Suna or later. 5. flip side into 
RIETSto get that wall nut finish. 

Manager, Varsity Basl<etball Team, JV Basl<etball Team, ELCHANITE Sports 
Editor, Compact Business Manager. 




Summer School !!! 





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Vf5HIVA 




MARK NULMAN (mickey nulls) 

1. first took off from a field in Providence R.I. 2. landed at 
Yeshiva on Dansiger Campus after being tuned for flight at 
Providence Hebrew Day. 3. gives special rates for all passen- 
gers belonging to SOY, SSSJ, NCSY, or B'nei Akiva. 4. enter- 
tains travelers on board with his guitar playing. 5. will make a 
special excursion to Israel next year before parking in a 
hangar at Y.U., where he plans to major in English and gain 
great altitude as a teacher. 

Dramatics Squad, SOY, SSSJ. 





DAVID NUSSBAUM (dave nus baum) 

1. one of our Washington Heights weather stations who hails 
from Soloveichik Institute. 2. on fair days his hobbies are 
models. 3. high drifts as reigning Captain of the Dramatic 
Society, Library and Checker Squads, and Learning Seder 
member. 4. down pours his energy into B'nei Akivah, Shaare 
Hatikva and soccer. 5. winding southward at two blocks per 
four years to YLJ — a scientific biologist. 

Captain, Dramatic Society, Checkers Team, Library Squad, Learning Seder. 





So the Gemorah says 




JAY ORLINSKY (jay or lin skee) 

1. a house, set in the scenic Bronx designed by Salanter. 2. 
attaching himself to the prosperous Raleigh community, he 
went to great panes to attend basketball games. 3. his attic is 
reached by Step-elman, his study dedicated to Do-little, his 
den to tropical fish. 4. equipped with pool-table good for 
two years of practice for Sea-Lions. 5. will move to RIETS and 
parlor in the intricacies of Medicine. 

Swimming Team. 



LESLIE PEARL (les purl) 

1. manufactured by Alvin-Vette-Motors Inc. — voted to the 
head of the class in Senior Consumer's Reports. 2. advertised 
in '68, sporting flapping side-view mirrors. 3. strong bio 
chassis but veers towards math. 4. drives like a butcher to- 
wards a Hopkins made doctor, and on the way is everyone's 
friendliest ambulatory Senior. 5. on his way to a meat bar- 
mitzvah service — affability conglomerate? 

Senior Class President, Math Team, Swimming Team, Handball Team, 
Newspaper Survey Organizer. 




ARTHUR PLATT (ozer plat) 

1. MTA's bonus baby, OZ, was drafted in the first round 
from Paterson, N.J. 2. tackles math problems with ease, and 
passes all courses with perfect spirals. 3. while on the side- 
lines, keeps his arm in shape by being a champion pen twirl- 
er. 4. wears no. 8 on the senior all-star team yet has rarely 
been seen toting school books. 5. has played out his 4 year 
option with MTA and plans to kick off next year in Cooper 
Union. 

Math Team, Electronics Club, Chess, Checkers Team, Freshman Class Rep- 
resentative, ELCHANITE Hebrew Editor, High School Bowl, Service Squad. 





DAVID PRESENT (iggy) 

1. a rather (in) tense student from the Heights. 2. past from 
Samson Raphael Hirsh to MTA where he rose to the com- 
paratively arduous task of Academy News Executive Editor. 
3. a perfect record of school activities as ac(;ve Arista brother 
and superlative debater. 4. presently, digs contemporary 
Negro Blues music and also takes a college course in Ameri- 
can History. 5. will spend a perfect future in RIETS. 

Academy News £xecut/ve Editor, High School Bowl, Debating Team. 





It's my deck and I'm dealing. 






DAVID RAAB(davie drab) 

1. a calendar first printed in Philadelphia then hung on a wall 
in Trenton, N.J. 2. made 8th grade a leap year by spending it 
here at YUHS, the only one to be in the Dorm 5 straight 
years. 3. has held many an August position e.g. editor of 
never distributed Freshman paper. 4. is used extensively by 
Mr. Finklestein because he is on the Gregorian system. 5. 
because of his sunny basis has been a Joly addition to the 
chagiga writing staff; will continue at Y.U. and just May go 
into law. 

Freshman Newspaper Editor, Freshman Canvassing Committee, Chess 
Team, Captain, Arista, President. 



MARTIN RABINOWITZ (mar tee ra bin o wits) 

1. a YCQ grad who performs with equal dexterity on both 
the ski and AP Math slopes. 2. wishes to disprove the accura- 
cy of computerized vocational tests and surpass a YMHA 
secretary — got a head start by winning a Merit Letter of 
Commendation. 3. a hot-handed basketball shooter (plays 
on the Yl Team), he also put his talents down on paper for 
the Compact and the Academy News. 4. contracted seniori- 
tis and chicken pox in his final year at Yeshiva. 5. MB hopes 
to be an MD after Queens. 

Academy News feature staff, Compact staff. Tennis Team, Intramurals. 




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I wanna hold your hand 



MICHAEL REICH (mike rych) 

1. a highly academic university usually retaining most of his 
faculties, 2. offering bicycle riding, dramatics, and souflee 
baking as electives with Talmud completing the curriculum. 
3. selected for a Regents Scholarship and Arista; he per- 
formed administrative functions as Chess Team Captain. 4. 
limits demonstrations to activities on the stage, taking over 
behind the wheel. 5. after a summer program in Camp Deal, 
will extend his campus to RIETS next year. 

Library Squad, Captain, Chess Team. 





BORIS REMES (baw ns reemz) 

1. a graphic picture, worth more than a thousand words. 2. 
framed in Yonkers and received his color from 4 years in 
MTA. 3. never with a negative response, retorts humorously 
within 60 seconds, often over-exposed. 4. while his shutters 
weren't closed in math last year, his instamatic jokes stunned 
Mr. Baron. 5. portrays an interest in math and science. 6. 
hopes to be a swinger in Bar-llan and to focus on biochemis- 
try after college. 

/Academy News staff. Library Squad. 




MORRIS ROTHKOPF (shoo) 

1. a sheepskin (coat) from a Lakewood chicken farm. 2. a real 
head from the Big D's first period flock, he really "ewe"ses 
his brain when it comes to English Lit. 3. can't pull the wool 
over his eyes when it comes to "Vietnamization", Shoo's an 
avid peacenik and pro-moratorium. 4. certainly isn't shee- 
pish when it comes to people — he wants To be ... 5. after 4 
years of grazing at YU plans to go to YD and try the grass 
here. 

Senior Class Vice-President, Junior Class Representative, Track Team, Soc- 
cer Team, Tutoring Squad. 



BRUCE ROTHSTEIN (brooce roth steen) 

1. a guitar who bridged Dov Revel and MTA. 2. picked his 
way through school as intramural Chess Organizer, Senior 
Class Treasurer, and member of the Judo Team. 3. all 
twanged up about math — AP virtuoso. 4. strums and davens 
with Young Israel — comes equipped with an artistic case. 5. 
frets about which college to attend, probably Undeceided 
U. 

5en/or Class Treasurer, Math, Checkers Intramurals, judo Team. 





One sniff of this and goodbye 
Charlie. 





IRVING ROTTER (irv rod der) 

1. a cowboy possessing the fastest hands in the west, came to 
us from Crown Heights. 2. our Lone Rotter put those hands 
to good use as a 2 year member of the Debating Team. 3. 
quick on the draw, he's also one of our best known chess- 
nuts. 4. enjoys gunning down Marshall Minchenberg in his 
favorite subject: history. 5. will ride to RIETS and then hopes 
to carry the law to new frontiers. 

Debating Team, High School Bowl. 




Pick a winner. 




SAMUEL SALAMON (ma ri sa la mon) 

1. the S.S. Mary Esq. designed and christened in RJJ, shipped 
in from the starboard side of NY. 2. sailed with ease to the 
finish line to qualify as a finalist in the Merits. 3. leans to 
math and electrophysics after having cruised through Israel 
for 9 weeks. 4. known for his tolerant and liberal (??) view, 
takes a deep interest in current social problems in the US. 5. 
plans to major in applied math in NYU Engineering and to 
become a computer systems engineer. 

Math Team, Chess, Checkers Teams. 




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LEON SALOMON (lee on salla man) 



1. a NYC razor blade, injected into Tl from Soloveichick. 2. 
very sharp at straight-edge constructions (geometry), is also 
a smooth soccer player. 3. adjustable to all B'nai Akiva and 
Camp Moshava functions. 4. works fine in Nocki Nosh, in- 
volved in a few close shaves trying to keep out the nubs. 5. 
plans to major in mathematical precision at Yeshiva or City. 

Soccer Team. 





That's right Sam, either change your name to Tony or drop the syndicate. 




GARY SALVIT (ga ree salve it) 



1. a transoceanic vessel, embarked on his voyage from Mexi- 
co, frequenting Miami and Nassau. 2. wiped the service 
deck as soccer and track star. Class Representative and Stu- 
dent Justice. 3. has learned to ride the waves of AP Math. 4. a 
product of modern engineering hopes to be successful in 
architecture. 5. after this maiden voyage plans to shuttle to 
CCNY. 

Student Court, Class Hepresentative, Track Team, Socccer Team. 



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SYLVAN SCHAFFER (sil van shay fer) 

1. our fort from George Hill, built by Soloveitchik. 2. harbors 
a display within its walls of coin collections and a Merit Let- 
ter. 3. holds the banners of the Tennis Team, High School 
Bowl, Debating Team, and Yagdil Torah Knights. 4. deep in 
the dungeons, loves reading in the light of English and biol- 
ogy. 5. from the turrets, YU and psychotherapy can be seen 
on the battle front. 

Tennis. Team, High Sc/ioo/ Bowl, Yagdil Torah Editor, ELCHANITE Hebrew 
Editor, Chess Team, Captain, Debating Team, French Society. 



SAMUEL SCHENKER (sam shen ker) 

1. a precious stone discovered in MDS, cut in RJJ, and pol- 
ished in MTA. 2. engraved with a Merit Letter and Chess 
Team setting. 3. was a patient lapidary as a wait-er in Camp 
Munk. 4. gives math a special ring and hopes to cut into 
computer careers. 5. will sparkle in RIETS, but don't scratch 
out City. 

Library Squad, Chess Team. 






Besdin, you're not serious about drinking that! 



Quick, somebody get the stomach pump! 



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MARTIN SCHLISSEL (moshe shli sel) 

1. a Yeshiva Zichron Moshe graduate, who adapted himself 
easily to the strenuous curriculum in MTA. 2. showing great 
diligence in Talmudic studies, Moshe is one of the best tal- 
midim in his college shiur. 3. despite his deep love for Tal- 
mud, he also does well in the English Dept., and has an inter- 
est in philatelies and the N.Y. Mets. 4. served on the staff of 
Yagdil Torah as well as participating in the Learning Seder 
Program. 4. will study math in Yeshiva to help prepare for a 
career in computer operations. 

Yagdil Torah, Learning Seder. 





STUART SCHOCHET fstu ee shok it) 



1. a Soloveichik — made television with one of the most 
mispronounced brand names. 2. through a proper combina- 
tion of brightness and color he has acquired outstanding ar- 
tistic abilities. 3. scored high in the NEDT ratings, contrasted 
his work in school by working in Hili Day Camp. 4. tones his 
day in MTA with two hours of comedy in Rabbi Wachtfo- 
gel's class and then mystery and intrigue on the Service 
Squad. 5. fine tunes into math (hopes to be a statistician) and 
will continue higher education in NYU or Bernard Baruch. 

Class Representative, Service Squad, Checkers, Chess Teams. 




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I'm telling you Mr. Blanke, there is no pink 
elephant in that seat. 





IRWIN SCHRANZ (howie shranz) 



1. a train that chugged in from Salanter Station. 2. one car 
reserved for clarinet playing and cross-word smoking. 3. 
trained well for Merit Letter, and High School Bowl repre- 
sentative to NY Central. 4. tracked down Chaim Potok and 
conducted Compact interview. 5. RIETS is in the berth — 
with ties to pre-med or bio. 

Academy News staff. Compact staff. High Sctiool Bowl, Captain, Chiecker 
Intramurals, C/iess Intramurals. 



LARRY SCHULMAN (Dr 99) 



1. a Great Necker who was shown 'divine grace' twice — by 
skipping Rabbi Gordon, and by handling the rollbook in 
Rabbi Wachtfogel's class for two years. 2. the only chap to 
undertake the arduous task of writing the Senior biogra- 
phies as ELCHANITE Literary Editor. 3. given the appelation 
of Dr. 99 by a teacher whom he considers an architectural 
impossibility, he has also received from the former constant 
taunts on the EMC curriculum (College Tl). 4. with an inter- 
est in math, he also won a Regents Scholarship and a Merit 
Letter, after all, he's only no. 3. 5. on to Cornell to be a chem 
major. 

ELCHANITE Literary Editor, Insight Editor, Service Squad, Math, Basketball 
Intramurals. 





I don't care what your mother says. There 
is no stork. 



JOSHUA SCHWARTZ (josh shvartz) 



1. one of the most assiduous Seniors ("if you don't under- 
stand — memorize"), got a head start in college by studying 
in EMC and taking a college American history course. 2. 
enjoys Near Eastern history, is the only person in the history 
of the school to have studied Persian in Rabbi Wachtfogel's 
class. 3. greatest interest is marks, but also likes sports and 
reading, rounding out his personality with an impressive list 
of extra curricular activities. 4. despite his diligence in stud- 
ies, has a non-conformist nature with radical views. 5. hopes 
to be a university professor after creating a stir in Yeshiva. 

Freshman, Sophomore Class Representative, ELCHANITE Copy Editor, 
ELCHANITE Hebrew staff. Academy News staff. Service Squad, l-ligh School 
Bowl, Chess, Checkers Team. 





DAVID SCHWITZER (a! bert shwy tzer) 

1. a jungle doctor first opened his practice on a farm in Can- 
terbury, Conn. 2. in his spare time likes to play basketball 
with the natives. 3. in trying to spread his missionary mes- 
sage he has moved from Rabbi Gordon's shiur to the Big D's 
and from regular Senior English to the "advanced class". 4. 
will probably major in math and go into engineering. 

Dorm Cabbi, Library Squad. 




MICHAEL SEBAG (frenchy c-bag) 



1. a fine Moroccan stone, received an elementary shine in 
Claude-Bernard School in Morocco. 2. set upon an athletic 
mount, he enjoys football and soccer. 3. with a ring in his 
voice, he is also a fine singer. 4. known for flaws in behavior 
in Doc Shapiro's study and for compiling a massive pile of 
zeros in Mr. Bernstein's class. 5. despite an overwhelming 
command of the French language, he plans to study pre- 
med in preparation for a career as a doctor. 

Soccer Team, Office Squad. 



MYRON SEIDMAN (my ron syd man) 



1. a cigarette who puffs in each day from Bayside, Queens. 2. 
got a filtered taste of king-sized things, taking college math, 
shiur, fencing, and Yiddish. 3. came a long way, becoming a 
Merit Finalist and electronics whiz. 4. enjoys lighting up the 
family car — just call him Benson and H. 5. likes it so much 
he will try another packing up for pre-engineering in RIETS. 

Freshman C/ass Representalive, Bio Society, Intramurals diairman. Math 
Team, Chess Team, Debating Team, Academy News staff. Tutoring Squad, 
Electronics Club, Fencing Team. 






This way Rabbi Weinbach. No, don't take oft the 
blindfold yet. 



Can I help you, miss? 




And when the sunlight shines in 
through the other windows, we'll 
move to the right side. 



HOWARD SHATZ (how ee shots) 



1. a firearm, blew off from Manhattan Day School. 2. phila- 
telies, following football, baseball, and soccer trigger his 
having a barrel of fun. 3. earned marksman's degree known 
as Letter of Commendation, licensed by the NEDT. 4. un- 
muzzled in math proficiency, a big gun in NCSY. 5. gunning 
for NYU-Commerce and a career related to Business 
Administration. 





BARRY SHAVRICK (ba ry sha ve rick) 



1. a road from Monsey paved by the Yeshiva of Spring Val- 
ley. 2. upgrades in sports and crowned by Varsity Basketball. 
3. maintained by an English engineer in the lane towards 
EMC. 4. winded through HILI-I, as an example of frictionless 
engineering. 5. signs read onward toward a poli-sci educat- 
ed lawyer. 

IV, Varsity Baiketball Team. 





Ah! Thank God for Kaopectate. 



You said it. 




EDWARD SHELDON (ed ee shel don) 

1. an AM-FM radio that tunes in to many hip ideas. 2. plays 
mostly any kind of music and keeps a good beat to all. 3. 
switches on to debates and political controversy; he will 
perform to any size audience. 4. is turned off by Establish- 
ment and Administration dogma. 5. will be heard in his Isra- 
eli nightclub that should open soon in Tel Aviv. 



ASHER SHOR (a sher shore) 

1. a semi-egg head rolled to us from Dov Revel of Forest 
Hills. 2. a tough shell to crack as far as guitar and electronic 
know-how. 3. scrambles together soccer, swimming, and 
judo as service to the school. 4. known for his funny yokes 
down at the waterfront in Histadrut Ivrit Beth. 5. will go 
white away to Cooper Union, Science and Engineering. 

Swimming Team, Soccer Team, judo Team, Electronics Club. 




AARON SILVER (a ron silver) 

1. a s;7ver coin rolled to us from Yeshiva Academy of Harris- 
burg Mint. 2. takes a brotherly interest in stamps and a na- 
tive interest in math. 3. heads: Yagdii Torah, studies in col- 
lege shiur and awarded a Merit Letter. 4. tales: of lucky years 
in Reiss-Stark-Kanganus. 5. will spin off towards RIETS — In 
Aaron We Trust. 

Yagdii Torah Editor. 





FRED SINGER (fred ee singer) 



1. a highly active chemical whose electrical nature has 
sparked him. into being an outstanding member of the Elec- 
tronics Club. 2. combines readily to form a stable bond 
completing the lattice of the Math and Soccer Teams. 3. a 
key element in balancing equations in AP Math. 4. an affini- 
ty to cars and hockey complete the outer shell of his person- 
ality. 5. a strong base in Massada and NCSY reactions, will 
study next year at U of Michigan . 

Soccer Team, Math Team, ELCHANITE Typing Editor, Compact typing staff. 
Office Squad, Intramurals. 



So what if you can't read Hebrew. You're nineteen and 1-A 
aren't you. 




ROGER SOLYMOSY (raj sol ee mossy) 

1. a Riverdale cassette with a solid-state foundation from 
public school. 2. coming to MTA he learned the secret of 
creating excellent stereo effects playing his teeth. 3. pops 
into Mr. Schwartz's class every day ejecting students down 
to the office with the same slip of paper. 4. tones down 
school pressures collecting tropical fish, a hobby acquired 
through a built-in interest in marine biology. 5. will output 
into chemistry, breaking all records in Yeshiva. 

ELCHANITE photography staff. Library Squad, Service Squad, Class 
Representative. 







ALAN SPIEGEL (a Ian spee gel) 



1. a hirsute radical, came to tease YUHS in the Sophomore 
year after being styled in Ramaz. 2. restive propensity to- 
ward taking plethoric Talmud notes as well as towards con- 
tinual page turning. 3. jerks his tresses into position while 
grooving to the blues. 4. curls toward AP Math after garner- 
ing a secular education at Woodstock. 5. hopes to razor 
sharpen his mind in the field of math in Buffalo or 
Princeton. 

ELCHANITE business sta//. 



ROBERT SPITZ (yrach spits) 

1. a hearty fellow transplanted from the Bronx to Queens. 2. 
became the center of circulation in Forest Hills, known to 
beat rapidly near certain lakes. 3. has pumped much life, giv- 
ing fluid to Rabbi Isbee, while keeping the pace in Mr. 
Hyman's class. 4. oracular tendencies predict that he will 
have his pump primed at City. 5. in the future, will control 
many (engineering) systems. 

class Representative. 





Give me back my glasses. 




REYNOLD STEIN (wrap styn) 

1. a Montague camera outfit complete with instamatic hu- 
mor, flashing a dimpled smile to all. 2. fully equipped with 
science and chumash interests, finds view of George Wash- 
ington mounted on green background especially aesthetic. 
3. focused attention upon himself at his rebbe's chagiga 
because of an over-exposure to alcohol. 4. as a beau-regar- 
der takes fine closeups, clicked in extra-curricular activities 
on the Track Team and as Academy News Photography Edi- 
tor. 5. will zoom in on the action in Yeshiva, preparing for a 
future in medicine. 

Track Team, Chess, Checkers Intramurals, Library Squad, Academy News 
Photography Editor, Senior Class Representative, Service Squad, 
ELCHANITE photography staff. 



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STEVEN STEINBAUM (steev styn baum) 

1. a high powered telescope who sets his sights on becoming 
a doctor. 2. well used by such noted scientists as Mess. Wep- 
ner and Miller. 3. studies and observes tropical fish during 
his free time. 4. situated in the Bronx, he is very active in the 
Young Israel movement. 5. discovered that the best way to 
make friends is with his subtle humor; Buffalo University 
should be within his range for the next 4 years. 

Track Team. 





ELLIOT TANNENBAUM(eliGttanninbaum) 



1. a Monsey mirror, reflects on his life at High-Rock. 2. 
shines in basketball, track, ELCHANITE sportswriting, and 
representing our class. 3. shattered his ankle for a summer of 
bad luck after two good years in AP Math. 4. hopes to carry 
his image to NYU and pursue an illuminating mathematics 
major. 5. plans to brighten the courts and to see himself 
through as a lawyer. 

]V Basketball Team, Varsity Basketball Team, Track Team, ELCHANITE 
Sports Editor, Service Squad, Senior Class Representative. 




We got our jobs through the Academy News. 




MARK TYKOCINSKI (mark trickosinski) 



1. migrated here from Lakewood, N.J. 2. a very cultured 
insect, plays a mean piano (six years of practice), and enjoys 
classical music (esp. Tchaikovsky, says the name turns him 
on), as well as Simon and Garfunkel. 4. has gotten the Big D 
ticked off many a time by his seeming indifference to the 
threat of 'flunk'. 5. an athletic little bug, he enjoys swimming 
and tennis. 6. in spite of or because of the council of a 'Good 
Joe', will spend the next year at YU, whether it be here or in 
New Haven. 

Associate Editor Compact, Captain, Tennis Team, French Society, Swim- 
ming Team, Feature Editor Academy News, Math Team. 





LEON WEIL (waiter-while) 



1. an alumni of YDR-Young Dairy Restaurants. 2. "famous" 
for his waiter, while gleeman, scops and monks entertain 
guests with shiur (college) and guitar playing. 3. finished AP 
Math and Nat'l Bible Contest finals with short orders. 4. 
checked as tops by Academy News Editorials, he contributes 
towards Passover provisions. 5. may "Lind" y up in Stoney 
Brook with math as the daily specialty. 

Academy News editorial staff, Passover Provisions Committee. 




Will all those going to Yeshiva College please stand? 





PHILIP WEINBERGER (pin ky whyn ber ger) 

1. a 'Risk' game from Passaic, N.J. that sees a lot of action in 
the dorm. 2. of a very inquisitive nature, Pinky is a real 'risk' 
to have in class. 3. an ambitious fellow, (as if he's out to con- 
quer the world), Pinky has worked his way into a college 
shiur, AP Math, and Arista. 4. when not in use, this 'Risk' 
game is often stored in a water closet. 5. plans to provide 
hours of enjoyment next year for the guys in Keren B'- 
Yavneh. 6. will eventually come back and set up at YD using 
all his skill, strategy, and luck to major in math or science. 

Dramatics Society, SOY, Academy News staff. Student Court, Learning 
Seder. 





JACK WEISS (lack wys) 

1. a Shakespearian play in medias res, first seen in Breuer's 
(no women on stage). 2. as a book, quarto, and folio collec- 
tor, is interested in words, words, words. 3. despite Kit- 
teridge, is interested in history, and double vouchers of law. 
4. dramatis personae include Canvassing Committee, EL- 
CHANITE Typing Editor, and Compact Business Manager. 5. 
a secondary character of rank like Fortinbras, or Malcom, 
YU will have the last speech. 

ELCHANITE Typing Editor, Compact Business Manager, Academy News Edi- 
tor, Service Squad, LearningSeder. 



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AVI WEST (dubee west) 



1. one of MTA's most genial frogs (gribbit), jumping around 
from friend to friend. 2. musically talented, plays the organ 
in the "Netsach Yisrael" Band and is a participant in the back 
row band of 4-2. 3. his outstanding humour has contributed 
to class newspapers and helped cheer our long day in MTA. 
4. after a summer in Massad Bet, he relaxes breaking up his 
house (he calls it tinkering.) 5. a science admirer, nonethe- 
less he plans to major in English in one of the best colleges in 
Washington Hts. (east of St. Nicholas Ave.) 

Freshman Newspaper, Chess, Checkers Team, Service Squad. 





DAVID WILZIG(davewilzig) 



1. a Soloveichick grad who enjoys playing and watching all 
sports. 2. his lanky frame stood him in good stead while tak- 
ing all sorts of unorthodox shots as a mainstay of our varsity. 
3. his versatility is complete as a sterling Softball pitcher, 
broad jumper, and Captain of our Tennis Team. 4. also en- 
joys collecting coins (U.S. and foreign), he excelled academ- 
ically in Rabbi Urivetsky's class. 5. undecided as to a future 
vocation (which he will decide in Brooklyn or Y.U.) but his 
popularity and competitiveness should carry him far. 

Captain, Tennis Team, j.V. Basketball Team, Varsity Basketball Team, Soft- 
ball Team, Track Team, Service Squad. 



MARVIN WINRICH (orvillewin rich) 



1. an airplane who takes off from FDR Drive, blowing in 
from MTJ. 2. loves reproducing other aircraft, watercraft, 
and paper copies. 3. financed by coin collecting, summer 
waiting, and duties as a member of the Service Squadron. 4. 
designed for electro-physics modeling, spiritual propulsion 
provided by Young Israel. 5. will take his tail to wing for YU, 
nosing into science. 

Service Squad. 





STEVEN WINTER (shteev win ter) 

1. a delicatessen in New Haven, mustered his way to MIA. 2. 
took all our bologna courses at Joe's Psychology and french 
at Linda's. 3. no extra cost for club: joined Dramatics, EL- 
CHY, and Academy News. 4. held no beefs about helping 
out in AP Math; he imitates Joe's "I'll be frank with you." 5. 
will continue to brisk-it to YU each morn. 

ELCHANITE Managing Editor, Academy News editorial staff. Freshman 
Class Treasurer, Compact staff. Learning Seder. 





Hey, this candid's pretty funny. 



STUART WISE (car rot top wise) 

1. a talented music-buff who plays clarinet, piano and trom- 
bone while participating in a college music group. 2. writes 
music and is an avid theatre goer which contributes to his 
performance in the Dramatics Society. 3. because of certain 
odd occurrences he was never a complete Soph., Jr., or Se- 
nior, but weirder yet he takes a college course in Latin to sa- 
tiate his linguistic appetite. 4. preferring his native language 
as his favorite subject, he is one of the few considered "nor- 
mal" by one of our anomolous English teachers. 5. will major 
in sociology or the classics in Yeshiva. 

Tutoring Squad, Dramatics Society, Library Squad. 





HOWARD WOLK (how ee hulk) 

1. a sports enthusiast, usually found during recess reading 
the sports page of the N.Y. Times except on Thursdays when 
he has to double park his car. 2. in his Freshie year he was on 
the hall hockey team on the fourth floor and in his Junior 
year played in a door basketball league. 3. the Hulk also par- 
ticipates in a most unusual band in 4-2, playing the lips. 4. 
spent an interesting summer toying with adding machines 
and calculators. 5. brightens classes with occasional humor- 
ous quips, should cheer up Yeshiva. 

Service Squad, Checl<ers Team. 



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BENJAMIN YASGUR (ben jee yaz) 

1. MTA's man of many faces showing up as a HANQ agent 
sporting flashy sideburns and florid ties. 2. masquerades as 
Chief Justice and Academy New Business Manager. 3. a 
stockholder in Woods Co. owned by his cousin Max. 4. 
made his most daring entrance as Batman leaping onto the 
elevator. 5. playing the part of a gold maverick, will attempt 
to tame Yeshiva next year. 

Student Court Chief justice. Academy News Business Manager, Class 
Representative. 





RICHARD ZELKOWITZ (rich zel l< or zel ky) 

1. a Miami Beach, Dulitz-powered locomotive having driven 
the Big D for two consecutive years, gaining a reputation of 
"stranger than fiction" 2. laid tracks many a time to the of- 
fice as a result of his strike against haircuts and sideburns. 3. 
engineered an altruistic program of returning library cards 
and books to hapless dupes who managed to lose them. 4. 
derails himself from school by playing the piano and the gui- 
tar. 5. although not a local resident, he will go express to 
Columbia College of Pharmacy for a career in 
pharmocology. 

Academy News Typing Editor, Office Squad. 



SANDY ZLOTNICK (san dee ziot nik) 

1. a thin radar blip easily detected in the neighborhood of 
the Bronx. 2. code name Ziot jammed Soloveichik air waves 
as elementary school salutitorian. 3. suspected of having a 
great sense of humor, having his signals monitored by an 
unmistakably conspicuous English teacher. 4. can often be 
found observing the (TV) screen w/hen not zeroing in on the 
sports scene. 5. with speed electronically controlled by Tal- 
mud, sonar signals indicate he may soon be found flying into 
the smicha program. 

Checker Intramurah, Library Squad, Learning Seder. 





IZZY ZUBERMAN (zu bee) 

1. a water pipe with source in Salanter Springs. 2. bubbled 
up as members of VR's and steamed out of the Varsity. 3. 
breathed deep in the vapors of AP Math lighting up to the 
music of Morrison and the Doors. 4. having reached his boil- 
ing point with the heat applied in Big D country, he shuckles 
back and forth with unnerving constancy. 5. will expand his 
mind in the field of math in City College. 

Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball. 





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Smartest: Rabbi L. Dulitz 



REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 



Norman Ackerman 
Jay Baraban 
Rachim Baskin 
Ira Berkowitz 
Charles Bernstein 
Danny Besdin 
Norman Blumenthal 
Jay Cohen 
Samuel Cohen 
Alan Dubin 
A. Joseph Epstein 
Mitchell Flaum 
William Frenkel 
Joel Gross 
Israel Kalman 
Dov Kanner 
Arthur Katz 
Barry Kochanowitz 
Jeffrey Kozlowski 
Guy Lander 
Jeffrey Leichtman 
Phillip Lerner 
Robert Levine 
Saul Levmore 
Richard Lovinger 
Abraham Mittelman 
David Nussbaum 
Leslie Pearl 
David Present 
Martin Rabinowitz 
Michael Reich 



Boris Remes 
Bruce Rothstein 
Irving Rotter 
Samuel Salamon 
Sylvan Schaffer 
Samuel Schenker 
Stuart Schochet 
Irwin Schranz 
Larry Schulman 
Myron Seidman , 
Howard Shatz 
Asher Shor 
Roger Solymosy 
Steven Steinbaum, 
Jack Weiss 

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Sandy Ziotnick — Alt. 
Azarya Berzon — Alt. 
Israel Burstein — Alt. 
Herbert Faleck — Alt. 
Jeffrey Parkas — Alt. 
Zvi Fischer — Alt. 
Mark Fogel — Alt. 

Howard Freimann — Alt. 
Leonard Fuld — Alt. 
Soly Haboucha — Alt. 
Leon Salomon — Alt. 
Alan Spiegel — Alt. 
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,inns'?' nay wi^ : ■'Bbm na^ bo. matrm nu^'jnn 
'jx .nnn.i omx "ja laa '\ir\w niiaxn nx onn^i 
'mtx mviV D'Tnyri .-■'?xa ini;-'! nni'tr "j'Vya m•\'\^ 
ywb inx nix "^a .rr'iii'n mnirsxa D'nma naix,- 
nn nniana ..,n'?x .mann. 'Tawa, Dnaiy..7a jya'"? 
irian m'a'U;'? Dn: nniana ,inixa pin "^tr tTOii^ 
D'a' "71^ n'xxr'7X''"?a D'aain n??x Va .■^ir^x iiaai 
D"?aain ,D"pn 'pmn 'rifoan •na-'sna D'aain ,D'n3E^a 



nx mmVi nxT "jsa ,nnaV man -ly:"? -iU'dx. oxn 



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an"? n^u'irn .n"ii"'a? nnnx nx''aa nanba 73 
noaa nxjan .nsuam mian m'?iiJ2 d^u'ii? d- 
Kini^' n'^'Tsn n-3im'?''s'7 mj^nnE? -y'T 73 xd-7 
'ja'? nan iTiti?,- Q'7^^s~ nan'?a nra .pis'? ac'in 
; m'?ina3 D'aixy D'^niia- nani nan?a- .man'?an 
■'w lap nan'?a- nnx .lyba: m-inKi n"7i: niana 
■pD 'a''?isn n:na -iin"? 0337 mssnnas? niasjia 
D'sjna ayistt? naEna mr ap nan'jan nnx .na-'ia 
in ,n''t)'''?iD -a'naa ]- mxn I'n pi'^n'? D'a-iutt? 
xxaj nam .n'-ma is n'm -j'nna -D'yii nrnsa 
•oTffsnai '7in ivyna D'sainn ^SDa .nana '?d2 Dya3 
na'j isoa .uaa D'?ynn'? n'^is' nma aw ]-'xa' is? 
.njun 'J3 an n^xn omiana 
.rftt'sn .ma nyun na'? nnnK mao pa?' 
]i9'?D- .naixy n-aa nnnsrin miann biv n'li'puaDn 
im'? niiian mit:? nm'?Dm Dipa '73 Dya3 nan 
DHDiya yin mnipaa D'B?asnir laaTi mipa .n'an 
ly-f n't D^'i'iK nann .nn^na naa'? d'JIu; D"n n^n 
ixn nn la'ay ,n'T"an ona'aoa ym ttmnaa' na 
]ms nan?'' uyaa D'73'7 .maixn ]'a a'^rian fSE? 
.nsnsa nasna unasn inis Kin mna nasm .nvyan 
riK 1X1 nan'^an ■>isb n'jias; nnn 'jatt? nna"? 
D"n 'ja- n'siDi'?'-! nriM onV 'a la^A- xV on ,nT 
nx p'nsnV -wbv. .nnxn "pti? D"nna nntann namu? 
oan-ann'? onV na^p n^n 'a nai'?! nxrn n'Dioi'j'sn 
.n'7itn nnxa anyna irx vnnsa pioyn E^'sm 
ysax '?tt' inn 'aaa? lans i^'a' '7e? D'man n's:nn 
yanxa rn n'^iy^ T^ynn? 'x^s issa nniyy- nxan 
na'? ntt'x m'?'?3a'? 10232 D'aT .mxn '7127 maxn 
mn '?na'? y^n its'?©!:; n'Kin'? njinn n2?s D''?xn'x 
i'?a' D- nmx pm x'? no:>a brjv 'jsa .Dnai'?n 
ams na'?B' nnmn "jtz? niyasn .e^^d: ^laii'na picy7 
nn .n'a'as na'sna n'?'?in ia"p x'7 anmns- D''?xn''x 
nao Drssatt' na '?y3'? x'sin? D'maiaa? D'yaai:^ 

.prSX 113227 

102 an .nn"an nma'ao '?y iB'pnn '?3 rru/KT 
n'?iraan ny D'TiVpna nB''Dna''2ixn nx nnu"? n'a?xn 
amaa d"s'? na'' x"? on .rina n'^iy"? xam nsni 
m^u? '?y Dma''? oy rinx mayaa n'xax m'pn 
ns lE'T' an^'i'T'i D'Tysni^ •'2aa .nssin mna mnxi 
•\r\v nipa'? a^iyn nx niiry'? xm nrniyn D'7iyn 
DX2? 1ST an .Dn7 m?mn onmn nu'x nta am 
ns'an x"? n-'2E?n n'?iyn nan'?a laa n*?™ na -an'?a 
m'?a" D2'o''"n narf?a s''an s'? 'xiia ni'?izn nii?s nns 
ns p'7o'?i man'?aa D'?iyn nx nno'? n'm an .nwsi 
Diosn DTsnir •'2sa .Di^sn a-ntn nx D''?S2aij7 n'?s 
'?3a nni' p'?n yia i'?i '?2'af7 m3ia sin ann xin 

.■[Tn IS n^B^aa 



b^' mTn-D-i'?n a^-im iKri!-> nana b^ naipna 
yrJ i<y n2?K 'Tiac'- x"?!; s;mn:i -ay:i irsa ay 
i"?:!.! nirs mpn •'B>a -ms nx -QiKn nn^inn ny 

nx -2 iT-n'? HM- ^y im'?i.o •r^^<'7 aw"? -dt xbi 
.•'snsyn-'Kjna- larp 

n'Dnt imx ttiji x:>Tam= naj?!,- mn'n nyn- 'pnyn 
naya "^sna" fix .I'ju? -pisa'? -tso xa'a? mpn 12 
X? D'-i--' .-71XJ3 imiBX na nx mnr: -nrns? laa 
I'TX 'tx na'E^m. n'jixjn DT'?n nx m'?n'?a- ipos 
is^pai n'^iinns "f? an'ry ixi^J or "^sm .on'max 

mm-'? '7xn2;' fix "72? ro-\v ~^~ 2.1V nna •jd'? 
mnT! ay- nx mnxa x-rrr 's ry ix dth .D'anp 
■'■n.T'n Dy'?- nsny- nai- ,^an msisnn xsai Di'n lyt!; 
m,T'"7 "jxnu" rTx- n'?aca ,"''?'''?-2?- txa .nuw maoa 
riisnyn n'7'''?n'i en dk loia' -•'^xe' a'jpB -'y ,1^1:1,1 
'TtDD'- -iE?p DW rnxa n'xn^ x'? on: .dijis nis'-n 
.fixa anin'Er n»2 o'luyna x"? Dm 
nx D'")- '7x-i2^'' nana '?27 nTic nmn^ nann'? 
myisn inaai n'^ian nisisni nntn' -■2-\n .onaa 
D'ayan tti d-s-* ':DaT ,1211^"! itie?! .n^nraN D^ai 
D'xna T- D<- .ntsnam db'si '?y pn^ Dn'?D''2 .vn^ x"? 
xim TDna in ntry iu?x -dt, z'Vn nya D''iin u'ya 
rm-y oya ntriM nyrr mai .laxy Vy prr'? -ray x'? 
ram txw n'"JB'n o'ji^n nan'?8 mia-a x'"i''? y>n 
ma'? la"?-! D2?b; '?y piin-? loi x'? w^i^ D'jT''?a 
nana dt'p "pu? D^aurn nnxi ana-ya .naon 'jx ixsa 
'TinM ny*? e-^'h? D'^ry-' mais"? nm-'- in'ain '7x11" 
win'? -."^ai.i i945~a Tiyai IiTej "tv •\ro.nni n'7^^^^ 
T'lsa-. mxy a^ix tii lan'r: Q'J'iy 2."^ i'?na pi nn 
□'"jw D'TinTi .n»''72? -oian t> i-mnb ^n^'rsm uaa 
-nm? nan'?a '?y mxJa y'a::n?i D2?xn nx Dnn"? 
■ija"? n'sai ^?^a ^■■i'' "jxii:;' ayu^ nnaina a'a'-n 

.n-nrn'7 p'o: 
m»t:?3nn nx n'jaca "jxtk?^ fiN a'-rm'' riann"? 
D- D'an ira'a .dv'?'x >'32x nwiji o'-x^ain mxia^ 

Tinsi xin '?si'2n ni-'-ra tc d'ti.t rrann'? .if?"iJn 
"jy inmari "ryi 'i dti? "?y nnain D'a^paac^ n'?N '?y 
Qj? nx ina nu mtnrr naia nax~ byi ,D'7iy- 
■ja mna"? -Vx-i?' nino aiv .,-^no ay'' "yxnu?' 
nm2?n niir^s; nn.'jin ni!;a©a ,n''i3a cnsn miToan 
.D'-x-a:" ''"13"? G" D""n'ax- naxa* 'n 

125 



oh beautiful for spacious skies . . . 

merica's beauty is in the eyes of appreciating beholders. From the days when 
our unraped skies were spacious to our times when sky space is rare, we have 
always been like birds of the sky, free and smoothly soaring to great heights. 

. , for amber waves of grain . . . 

aybe it is not just the sea of grain that is beautiful, it is the people involved. We 
have come to expect the awesome efficiency that feeds two-hundred million 
people spread across three thousand splendid miles better than majesties in 
the past. 

. . . for purple mountain's majesties . . . 

ntering history as dependents, we developed into isolationists. Now, from our 
mountains' summits we direct half the world, it is not easy to love thy neighbor 
as thyself, it is no simple task to send a million favorite sons to fight for others. 
Yet, in a world where the most backwards country is more advanced than any 
ninteenth-century power, we are the best, we are the royalty. Here lies our 
greatness: We are majesties of the world, while none of us in royalty. 

. . . above the fruited plains ... 

emembering always, that our mounting greatness is due to G-d's gifts, we 
grow. Our endowment of fertile land, minerals, and people is the foundation 
above which our majesty grows. This too, is a beauty; we are cooperatively in- 
terdependent. At different times, different regions have graced our govern- 
ment but always democratically, A country that hasn't missed an election in 
three hundred and fifty years is as strong as a mountain. 

. . . America, America, G-d shed his grace on thee 

nter-religious beauty: We were the first to outlaw a state religion. America was 
founded by religious pilgrims. Yet, despite our alienation from compulsory re- 
ligion, our people have always remembered G-d. Despite our affluence and 
plentifulness we know who grows the food that graces our tables and whom to 
remember on Thanksgiving Day. 

. . . and crown thy good with brotherhood . . 

rown thy good people and crown thy good gifts with co-operation and more 
than mere co-existence. We live in a time of domestic unrest: "Brothers" have 
separated. There is emnity between religions and races. Hostility is apparent in 
the academic community. Here, we sin. instead of practicing what we preach, 
some of us intensify hatreds and pervert our children under the excuse of nec- 
essary insecurity. G-d crowns the righteous. 

. . . from sea to shining sea . . . 

nd, not only must the sea reflect the light but America must also shine. From 
the beginning, we have been an island in the sea of disorder, poverty, and sub- 
jugation. This is our great challenge: We as individuals must unite from sea to 
sea We must be a shining example of prosperity, democracy and happiness. 
This challenge is our task. 

Saul Levmore 



A TIME TO BUILD? 



Six story tenements 
Untouched in decades, 
Stunted in growth ' 

As are their inhabitants. 
Begging for deliverance 

From their depths of disgrace; 
Stagnant! 

As change surrounds them. 



Myriad super-structures, 
Like giant redwoods 
Of concrete and steel 
Lifting their arms 

In praise of heaven; ./.; 
Whileto some eyes 
^ Pointing — 

Aaaccusihg finger at it. 



With thesetwo different pictures 
Presented before me, 
- Strange as it seems 
; Itruly believe . 

That the forhrier's indicative 
Of a time to build, 
L c And the latter of : 

A time to tear down ! 



Charles Bernstein 



NIGHTMARE 

In a thatched hut a baby cries 

His ribcage protruding and body all shriveled, 

His mother searching for any scrap 

Of edible substance she can find; 

His brothers and sisters sit glutted, 

Watching spaceships scavenge the unknown 

Playing the game of exploration. 

A soldier lying in a trench shooting an enemy. 

Fighting for an all too hazy cause. 

A woman is being brutally attacked and raped. 

Her onlookers standing stolidly watching. 

Doing nothing at all, no help will be given. 

Millions lie wounded on the battlefield. 

While millions engage in their orgiastic rites. 

All these scenes flashed through my mind — 

! awoke, I thanked G-d my nightmare was over 

I looked around for solace. 

Only to find my nightmare hadn't vanished at all. 

Mitchell Flaum 



HELLO COLUMBUS 

A silvery disc yet glides across the evening sky. 
As it has done with calendar precision throughout 

the ages. 
While lovers kiss under her pale light in secluded 

rendezvous. 

How righteous you are, whose virginity remained 

unchallenged from the time of Creation, 
Now your pocked surface has molded two mens' 

footprints in time. 
Now, though raped by a foreign covetous being, 

untiredly, you fulfill G-ds will. 
Reflecting His glory, casting light on a benighted 

world. 



Man is lustful, man has defied nature, man has 

lived in darkness; 
Forget the past, men can work together to mold a 

better future; 
"One small step for a man, one giant leap for 

mankind." 

Chaim M. Brickman 



WAR 



Eddie Peters awoke with one hell of a headache. 
With every minute movement a sharp searing pain 
tore from his left side throughout his entire body. 
Even as he sat still the pain of his wound throbbed 
agonizingly, knifing down from his shoulder to his 
arm and side. He struggled to his feet to scan the 
area immediately behind the surrounding knolls. To 
the north and south all seemed desolate and dead, a 
wasteland burned and choked. The countryside 
echoed creaking and cracking sounds but there was 
no sound of voice or foot. Far to the east, the fiery 
mountains burned dimly as if in a smouldering slum- 
ber. Beneath him the deserted, smoking village lay 
wrapped in murky gloom. Eddie came to a broad, 
paved path covered with dusty rubble and beaten 
ash. He clambered onto it and then staggered, as if 
by some compulsion, toward the village. 

The sun broke through the haze in patches while 
the stifling heat made breathing difficult. Eddie tore 
at the collar of ragged fatigue shirt and left it lying 
behind him on the road. Sweat dripped from every 
pore of his body, the salty sting of tears blurred his 
vision. Eddie's cries for water emerged as hoarse 
rasping gasps. His parched mouth and tongue as- 
sumed thick and swollen shapes but all his attention 
centered upon the fuming, barren land that 
stretched before him. There was no sign of life any- 
where. But refusing to lose hope, Eddie stumbled 
on, now and then clutching at his iron dog tags for 



encouragement. 

After a short while Eddie slumped down to the 
side of the road. His eyes roved across the area and 
finally fixed themselves upon a small wind-blown 
tumbleweed. 

Wait! No, it's just the wind. No, something moved, 
somebody's alive! 

Fighting to keep the dust out of his eyes, Eddie 
charged down the road the wind whistling loudly in 
his ears. 

Hey! Over here! 

An old man lying in a bombed-out crater painfully 
motioned to Eddie. His face was badly burnt, his 
right arm mangled and bloody. His lips were broken 
and blistered mumbling a faint inaudible sentence. 
Eddie drew his water bag and gave some to the old 
man, the moisture trickling from the sides of his 
mouth glistening in the sun. The old man's eyes 
widened as he recognized the insignia on Eddie's 
dog tag and his scorched face wrinkled into a bitter 
smile. 

"Well you didn't win this time," croaked the old 
man. 

With a quick, flippant retort Eddie shot back, 
"Neither did they." 

The old man sighed and leaned back. He under- 
stood life. There was no one left to explain it to 
Eddie. 

Larry Schulman 



129 



Boys entering M.T.A. as freshmen 
Encounter many new problems. For their 
Sai<e we have attemped, very 
Discreetly, to forewarn them of many aspects 
in our great institution. 
Naturally, after having studied our lessons, 
you will succeed in our yeshiva. 



LESSON NO. I 
See it 

See it move 

Waddle waddle waddle 
See its socks fall to its ankles 
See its sports jacket 
Put on your sunglasses 
Now see its sports jacket 
Hear it rant and rave 
Rant rave rant 
What is it? 
We don't know 
Maybe you will learn about it 
in the advanced class. 



LESSON NO. 3 
See the public school student 
Poor poor public school student 
Why is he sad? 

School lasts only from 9:00 to 11 :00 
He has only five periods 
Breakfast 
Gym 
Lunch 
Gym 

And sex education 
He doesn't wear ties 
He doesn't take haircuts 
He doesn't get tests or homework 
His teachers are on strike 
Feel sorry for him 
Sorry sorry sorry 
if only he could come to Yeshiva. 



LESSON NO. 2 
See the door 
It is closed 

Why is the teacher trying to slam it closed? 
Seethe blackboard 
See tomorrow's test 
It is on the blackboard 
What is on the blackboard is not the test 
It is just sample questions from tomorrow's test 
See the boy taking the test 

See the book the boy taking the test is copying from 
You see it 

The teacher does not see it 
Why is the teacher covering his eyes? 



LESSON NO. 4 
See the teacher 
He is mean 
He threatens all day 
Threaten threaten threaten 
You will get a test 
You will do a report 
Homework will be checked 
Pressure pressure pressure 
Joel is a nice guy. 



LESSON NO. 5 

See the clock 

Seethe little hand 

It is on the five 

Seethe big hand 

It is on the six 

Do you see the class 

That is because they went home 

What do you see 

You see an American history review book 

You also see some pizza crumbs. 



LESSON NO. 7 
Look at the boys 
What are they doing? 
They are just standing around 
They are a team 
Look at the team 
What does a team do? 
It debates, plays sports, and talks French 
Every team has one meet a year 
It meets around December for Elchy pictures 
It is very impressive 
Impressive impressive impressive 
Boys join teams for service credits 
What is a service credit? 
It is a poll 

It tells you how many friends you have 
At graduation the student with the most 

service credits gets a prize 
It is for being the most popular student. 



LESSON NO. 6 
Seethe doctor 
He is a rabbi 
Doctor rabbi doctor 
Why is he tired in the morning 
Because he teaches in the afternoon 
Why is he tired in the afternoon 
Because he teaches in the morning 
His whole body aches 
Ache ache ache 

See the boys move into their squares 
Quickly quickly quickly 
Hear the boy read the story 
He is reading it aloud 
Why is he reading it aloud? 
The rabbi doctor is tired 
Why is he tired . . . 



LESSON NO. 8 
Seethe classroom 
See the teacher 
See the students 
It is a tough scene 
Tough tough tough 
See the little papers 
They are quizzes 
Why are the boys laughing? 
Bull bull bull. 



LESSON NO. 9 
See the lady 
She is old 
Old old old 
She wants money 
Money money money 
She is begging 
Poor old lady 
Poor poor poor 
See the limousine 
See it pull to the curb 
See the old lady get in 
See her laugh 
Laugh laugh laugh 
Why is she laughing 
See her count her money 
Money money money. 




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Coach Wettstein, in his thirty years affiliation with 
MTA, has virtually built a dynasty and become a leg- 
end in his own time. He has led countless numbers 
of teams to glorious victories, and more important, 
has inspired every student with the importance of 
good sportsmanship and integrity. In addition, Mr. 
Wettstein was instrumental in building the MJHSL. 
His devotion for his work brought to fruition the 
great dream of Yeshiva high school competition for 
the Jewish athlete. 

With this in mind, it is our extreme pleasure to 
dedicate this year's sports section to a fine coach and 
a real friend, COACH HYMAN WETTSTEIN. 



Sports 




Ten Years in Retrospect 





Overall 


League 


Playoff 


High Scorer 


Pts. 


1960-61 


17-4 


10-0 


0-1 


Halpert 


346 


61-62 


15-6 


7-4 


1-1 


Halpert 


436 


62-63 


14-7 


7-4 


1-1 


Haller 


221 


63-64 


15-7 


7-4 


1-1 


Bauman 


254 


64-65 


4-13 


0-10 








65-66 


19-2 


10-0 


1-0 


Poloner 


382 


66-67 


19-5 


10-0 


2-0 


Poloner 


606 


67-68 


20-7 


9-0 


2-0 


Perl 


214 


68-69 


12-10 


9-6 


2-1 


Kaufthal 




69-70 


13-6 


10-2 


2-0 


Kaufthal 


248 


Totals 


148-67 


79-30 


12-5 







Ten Year Hall of Fame 

1. S. Poloner Highest scorer of all time, 1105 pts. 

2. J. Halpert Outstanding scorer and defense expert. 

3. H. Perl All around great. 

4. N. Katz Outstanding playmaker. 

5. L. Schiffman Top rebounder and playmaker. 



URI KAUFTHAL 



ALBIEFABER 



Leading scorer with a fine jump shot, he is a great 
rebounder, and on many occasions is assigned to 
guard the opponent's best offensive man. Uri drives 
through opponents in the style of a professional 
with power, which should make him a welcome ad- 
dition to a college varsity. Received the 1970 "Most 
Improved Player Award". 

DAVEWILZIG 



One of the most outstanding hustlers ever to play 
for the school, Albie is known for his constant mo- 
tion. It is impossible to evaluate his importance to 
the team and his great spirit. Although Albie is only 
5'6", he seems to be ten feet tall on the court. Great- 
ness may escape him in future years, but he is cer- 
tainly one of the best high school players. He cer- 
tainly deserved to receive the 1970 "M.V.P. Award". 

GUY LANDER 



Developed from an outstanding offensive threat to a 
fine all-around ball player. Always possessing an 
outstanding shot, a vast improvement was noted in 
key games at the end of the season in which he be- 
came a full team man on defense and in playmaking. 
He was highly instrumental in the winning of the di- 
vision and Palefski championships. 

JOHN MORGENSTERN 



The best big man in the league — our best big man 
in the last ten years. As a good outside shooter and 
the league's leading rebounder, he was invaluable 
on defense, blocking an average of 8 shots a game. 
Guy's performances in the Cathedral game and in 
the Palefski Championship were truly outstanding. 

BARRY SHAVRICK 



Big, rugged performer, fine outside shooter and 
driver. His fine moves inside make him the best sixth 
man in the league. His play in the Palefski Champi- 
onship was outstanding and truly instrumental in the 
team's victory. 

ROBERT HOENIG 



Remarkable improvement from a ninth man substi- 
tute to a final starting position. His energy drive, 
defensive technique, and shooting ability were the 
basis for the team's improved play at the end of the 
year. . • 

ELLIOT TANNENBAUM 



A selfless, hard-working, all-around ball player. Pos- 
sesses a good shot, is a fine passer, and is excellent 
on defense. A gentleman on and off the court, 
Hodge truly deserved the "Philip Wettstein Memo- 
rial Sportsmanship Award". 



Showed great promise in 1969 for stardom, but was 
upset by many injuries and illnesses. Displayed fine 
ability as a driving type player, and was tough on 
defense. Elliot's absence was a great loss to the 1969- 
70 team. 



Our tenacious Lions started off victims to those birds of prey, the Hill Hawks 
by a score of 75-39. Many of our Lions were hurt and the Hawks tore the Lions 
apart from start to finish. In trying to regain the image of king of the beasts, the 
Lions proceeded to mangle the R.J.J. Raiders. 

The Lions, playing on their home court for the first time, faced their next 
opponent, the fierce B.T.A. Yugars (how did this animal get into the league?), 
in front of the SRO crowd, the Lions had a taste of defeat for the second time 
(57-60) . 

Slightly depressed, the Lions again fell prey to the Hawks of Hili in the formi- 
dable confines of the strange aviary of Island Garden. After trouncing our con- 
tiguous neighbors, the Rogosin Lions, the M.T.A. Lions travelled to Bardonia, 
N.Y. for their annual Thanksgiving duel with the Falcons of Albertus Magnus, 
in a bitterly fought contest, in which the Falcons' lead was narrowed to one 
point in the final minute, the Lions finally succumbed to the powerful residents 
of Bardonia. 

With their backs to the wall, the Lions reversed the unfamiliar trend of losing 
and crushed the Flatbush Falcons, trounced the Y.C.Q. Cougars, and slaugh- 
tered the Ramaz Rams. 

Becoming overconfident because of their predominance in the jungle, the 
Lions barely escaped unscathed from their bout with the relentless Elizabeth 
Chargers. 

Once again the Hawks swept down upon the Lions to inflict defeat, but this 
time the Lions were able to charge back and once again defeat their weaker 
rivals, the Chargers, Raiders, Lions, and Rams, thereby attaining prominence in 
the western section of the jungle. 

With the knowledge that once again they had to face the powerful Hawks of 
the Eastern Jungle, the Lions devoured the Cathedral Canons in one of their 
finest exhibitions. 

Instead of roaring, the Lions yawned as the Hawks flew away with victory by 
a wide margin. 

Growling with anger, the Lions pounced on the Flatbush Falcons in the sec- 
ond round of the Palefski Playoffs, and defeated them with relentless anger, 
thereby advancing to the final battle with the Hawks, for supreme dominance 
of the jungle. 

The Lions, gnawing and growling, with the bruises of four previous battles 
still hurting, completely overwhelmed the Hawks, and killed the powerful 
bird. 

Now, after all the battles of the war are completed, the jungle is serene and 
calm under the watchful eye of the M.T.A. Lions, who after three years of hi- 
bernation, once again retain the post of King of the Jungle. 

WE'RE NO. 1 



BASKETBALL 



Kneeling — Guy Lander, Robert Hoenig, Albie 
Faber, Uri Kaufthal, David VVilzig. first — Avery 
Neumark, manager; Ari Bacon, Mike Polak, Jo- 
seph Polak, Elliot Tannenbaum, Barry Shavrick, 
Elliot Spira, asst. manager. Second — Monroe 
Musman, Judah Cohen, Jonathan Morgenstern, 
Nat Schlussel, Hilton Soniker, Bruce Wenig, 
Robert Lunzer, manager; John Halpert, asst. 
coach. 



LIONS 


Opponents 




39 


HILI 


75 


66 


RJJ 


49 


57 


BTA 


60 


34 


HILI 


39 


74 


Rogosin 


50 


45 


Magnus 


52 


42 


Flatbush 


35 


83 


YCQ 


73 


59 


Elizabeth 


55 


46 


HILI 


54 


50 


Elizabeth 


47 


82 


RJJ 


42 


75 


Ramaz 


47 


55 


Rogosin 


47 


73 


Cathedral 


61 


56 


Ramaz 


54 


24 


HILI 


50 


72 


Flatbush 


53 


67 


HILI 
SEASON STATISTICS 


51 


League 




10-2 


Exhibition 




1-3 


Playoff 


. 


2-1 


Total 




13-6 



c 






g 


fgm 


fga 


fg% 


ftm 


fta 


ft% 


tp 




reb 




KAUFTHAL 


19 


115 


273 


42.1 


87 


129 


67.4 


317 


16.7 


241 


34 


LANDER 


18 


103 


229 


45.0 


51 


132 


38.6 


2S7 


14.3 


281 


15 


WILZIG 


19 


82 


163 


50.3 


12 


23 


52.2 


176 


9.3 


57 


37 


SHAVRICK 


16 


29 


76 


38.2 


27 


35 


77.1 


85 


5.3 


50 


22 


FABER 


19 


30 


92 


32.6 


S 


28 


28.6 


68 


3.6 


52 


59 


POLAK, M. 


19 


22 


66 


33.3 


17 


29 


58.6 


61 


3.2 


29 


19 


HOENIC 


18 


20 


74 


27.0 


12 


25 


48.0 


52 


2.9 


51 


34 


MORGENSTERN 


17 


16 


40 


40.0 


6 


27 


22.2 


38 


2.2 


33 


2 


BACON 


8 


5 


5 


100.0 


2 


3 


66.7 


12 


1.5 


2 





SCHLUSSEL 


13 


6 


16 


37.5 





5 


00.0 


12 


0.9 


17 


4 


POUK,J. 


13 


4 


10 


40.0 


3 


7 


42.9 


11 


0.8 


8 


7 


WENIG 


9 


3 


11 


27.3 





1 


00.0 


6 


0.7 


8 


3 


TANNENBAUM 


3 


1 


1 


100.0 





1 


00.0 


2 


0.7 


2 





COHEN 


4 


1 


3 


33.3 








00.0 


2 


0.5 





1 


SONIKER 


5 





3 


00.0 





2 


00.0 





0.0 


1 


1 


LEBOVIC5 


3 





1 


00.0 





1 


00.0 





0.0 


1 





TEAM TOTALS 


19 


437 


1063 


41.1 


225 


448 


50.2 


1099 


57.8 


333 


238 









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JUNIOR 
VARSITY 



Kneeling — Alan Goldberg, Jef- 
frey Werber, Howard Miller, 
Donnie Berman, Louis Green- 
span, Robert Weiss, manager. 
Standing — Leo Rozmaryn, 
manager; Dov Apfel, Bruce 
Wenig, Allan Amsel, Melvin 
Colb, Gary Singer, Kenneth Eck- 
stien, David Friedman, Sheldon 
Chaneles, Jonathan Halpert, 
coach. 




SOCCER TEAM 




Front — Morris Rothkopf, Barry Kopit- 
nikoff, Zvi Erenyi, Daniel Gettinger, 
Michael Leibowitz. Second — Asher 
Shor, Gary Salvit, Michael Sebag, Har- 
old Hoffman, Daniel Sullum, Jeffrey 
Kozlowski. Back — Leon Salomon, Jo- 
seph Brender, Jonathan Dashiff, Nor- 
man Amsel, Fred Singer. 




SWIMMING 
TEAM 



^iyi 




Front — Samuel Cohen, captain; Mon- 
roe Musman, captain; Second — Sandy 
Smoot, Teddy Gross, Ira Sussman, Jef- 
frey Werber, Asher Shor, Michael 
Schwartz. Back — Raphael Gribetz, 
Alex Kulick, Philip Weinberger, Gary 
Creeker, Mark Tykocinski, Mark 
Robinson. 




TENNIS TEAM 



TENNIS: Foreground — Mark 
Tykocinski, captain; Allan Ka- 
plan, Jay Baraban, David Wilzig, 
captain; Jay Orlinsky, Sol Apple- 
man. Background — Danny Bes- 
din, Michael Leibowitz, Tobi 
Kahn, Samuel Cohen, Lawrence 
Kraut, Steven Mandel, Martin 
Rabinowitz, Jeffrey Levy. 

VD'S: Izzy Zuberman, Arnold 
Josefowitz, Danny Besdin, Saul 
Levmore, Zvi Fischer. 

JUDO: Kneeling — Michael 
Block, Asher Shor, Zev Ashen- 
berg, Leo Rozmaryn, Barry Coh- 
en. Standing — Robert Brody, 
Alan Bindiger, Jeffrey Fund, cap- 
tain; Elihu Turkel, Nathan Kahn, 
co-captain, not shown — Mark 
Herman. 





JUDO CLUB 



VARSITY DROPOUTS 



TRACK TEAM 




Kneeling — Morris Rothkopf, Azar- 
ya Berzon, Gary Salvit, William 
Frenkel. First — Michael Stadler, 
Lawrence Kraut, Jay Orlinsky, Mi- 
chael Rothkopf, Zvi Fischer. Back — 
oseph Polak, Saul Levmore, Guy 
Lander, Robert Hoenig, Michael 
Polak, Allan Steinberg, 



BASEBALL 
TEAM 



Kneeling — Joel Hervitz, Allan Ka- 
plan. First — Bradley Kahn, Steven 
Mandel, Michael Leibowitz, David 
Raab, Steven Adelsberg. Second — 
Jerome Grosser, David Wilzig, Jo- 
seph Brender, Uri Kauftal, Sol 
Appleman. 




Garry Frenkel Howard Bienenfeld 
layout editors 



Arthur Piatt Sylvan Schaffer 

Hebrew editors 



Fred Singer Jack Weiss 

typing editors 



ELCHANITE 




Avery Neumark 



sports editors 



Elliot Tannenbaum 




Jay Baraban Jonathan Levy 

editors-in-chief 




Larry Schulman 



literary editors 



Danny Besdin Joel Hervitz 



business managers 



Philip Bendheim 




Sol Appleman Leonard Fuld Richard Lovinger Charles Bernstein 

photography editon art editors 



Joshua Schwartz William Frenkel 
copy editors 





Steven Winter 
managing editor 




Mr. Rudolph Bernstein 
^acu/ty adv/sor 



Rabbi Macy Gordon 
hebrew advisor 



Mr. Lester Soman 
art advisor 




Norman Blumenthal Zvi Fischer 

feature editors 




"^S^ THE 

ACADEMY 
NEWS 




Business: Benjamin Yasgur, 
Manager; Alan Mechanic, 
Jeffrey Levy, Steven Wol- 
insky. 



Editor-in-Chief: Joseph Epstein. 





Sports: Kneeling — Arnold Josefowitz, Steven Adelsburg, 
Standing — Norman Amsel, Monroe Musman, Jerry Gros- 
ser, Robert Lunzer. 



Photography & Art: Front — Mitchell Flaum, Danny 
Wohlfarth, Jay Cohen, editor. Bacl< — Reynold 
Stein, editor: Danny Pollack. 




Typing: Seated — Richard Zelkowitz, Barry Kochanowitz, Editors. 
Standing — Michael Block, Norman Horowitz, David Schwitzer. 
Not Shown — Eric Weiner, Matthew Topas, Boris Remes. 



Feature: Sitting — Danny Besdin, Noah Klein. Standing — Nor- 
man Blumenthal, Irwin Schranz, Mark Tykocinski, Martin 
Rabinowitz. 





Copy Editors: Dov Kanner, Steven Mandel, Phillip Lerner. 



fxecutive Editors: Chaim Brickman, Allan 
Kaplan, David Present. 




Associate Editors: Irving Lebovics, Elon Zapinsky, Michael Katz. 




News. Ahituv Gershinsky, Mark Morgenlender, Philip 
Weinberger, Joshua Schwartz, Myron Seidman, Harold 
Weissler. 



THE COMPACT 



Front — Steven Winter, Chaim 
Lovinger, Jack Weiss, Avery 
Neumark, Alan Dubin, Irwin 
Schranz, Moshe Yeres. Middle 
— Azarya Berzon, Leslie Pearl, 
David Dolny. Top — Michael 
Rothkopf, Danny Besdin, Mark 
L. Tykocinski, Associate Editor; 
Charles Bernstein, Editor-in- 
Chief. 





5 
O 

Y 



David Friedman, Jeffrey Abel, Philip Weinberger; Abbe Carni, Howard Freiman, Samuel Friedman, Abraham Masliansky, 
Mark Nuiman. Not Shown — Azarya Berzon. 



YAGDIL 



TO RAH 



f'""lP'" ' 



Sylvan Schaffer, Ahron Silver. 




MATH TEAM 



Front — Jeffery Leichtman, Joel Cross, Alan Dubin, Mitchell Flaum. Back — 
William Frenkel, lay Baraban, Mark Tykocinski, Harold Hoffman, Arthur 
Piatt, David Raab. 



FRENCH 
SOCIETY 




Seated — Phillip Lerner, Zachary Kleinbaum, Sylvan Schaffer, Steven Mandel, Sol Appleman, 
David Raab, Mark Tykocinski. Standing — Jeffery Leichtman, Jay Baraban . 



152 



DEBATING SOCIETY 




Front — Myron Seidman, 
David Present, Zvi Erenyi, 
Sylvan Schaffer, Jeffrey 
Leichtman, Mitchell 
Flaum, Bobby Brody. Back 
— Jay Baraban, Martin 
Katz, Charles Bernstein, 
Allan Kaplan, Irving 
Rotter. 




YESHIVA 
BOWL 



Lower — David Present, 
Joshua Schwartz, Irving 
Rotter, Chaim Lovinger. 
Middle — Joel Cross, Jef- 
fery Leichtman, David 
Gleicher, Arthur Piatt. 
Upper — Jay Baraban, 
Sylvan Schaffer, Barry 
Kochanowitz. 



153 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



Ronald May, Daniel Sullum, 
Bruce Rothstein, Leslie Pearl, 
Morris Rothkopf, Mitchell 
Flaum, Saul Levmore, president; 
Benjamin Belfer, secretary-gen- 
era/; Yaakov Stern, Judah Safier, 
Aron Trauring, Alan Solomow- 
itz, Allen Abrahams, Jack 
Blinder. 




STUDENT COURT 



CANVASSING COMMITTEE 




Jeffery Brooks, Phillip Lerner, Jack Weiss, Reuvain Zahavy. 




front — Benjamin Yasgur, chief justice, 
Gary Salvit. Second — Elliot Spira, Phil- 
ip Weinberger, Aryeh Furst. Top — 
Sheldon Chanales, Stuart Wachter. 



SENIOR COUNCIL 




Front — Jack E. Freitag, Mitchell Flaum, Bruce Rothstein, Aaron Margolles, Leslie Pear, president. Back - 
Elliot Tannenbaum, Garry Frenkel, Gary Salvit, Reynold Stein, Morris Rothkopf, v/ce-pres/denl. 



AWARDS 
COMMITTEE 




Robert letter, Arthur Katz, Benjamin Belfer, David Blumenthal 



SERVICE 
SQUAD 




Front: Larry Schulman, 
Avi West, Stuart Shochet, 
Aaron Margolies. Middle: 
Jeffery Farkas, Arthur 
Piatt, Larry Kraut, Jack 
Weiss, Leslie Kleiman, 
David Dolny, Josua 
Schwartz, Philip Ben- 
dheim, Alexander Mintz. 
Back: Judah Lifschitz, 
Alan Kaplan, George 
Kanganis, N. Wachtfogel, 
Marvin Winrich, Saul 
Klein. 



CHESS 

& 

CHECKERS 




front — Mitchell Flaum, David Raab, Philip Weinberger, Sylvan Schaffer. Second — Michael Leibowitz, Tobi Kahn, 
Joseph Bondar, Jeffery Farkas. Third — Fig Newton, Joseph Epstein, Harold Gellis, Saul Levmore. Fourth — Ronald 
May, Arthur Piatt, Myron Seidman, Samuel Schenker. 



156 



DRAMATICS 
SOCIETY 




Front — David Nussbaum, Jeffrey Farkas, Mitchell Flaum, Steven Winter, Michael Liebowitz. Sec- 
ond — David Raab, Tobi Kahn, Steven Mandel, Philip Weinberger. Third — Chaim Brickman, Mark 
Nulman, Steven Pretsfelder. Fourth — Stuart Wise, Ira Berkowitz, Sidney Poitier. 




OTFICE 
SQUAD 



Front - Alexander Mintz, Michael Sebag, Mark Fogel, David Blumenthal. Back - Saul Klein, Roger Solymosy, Jeffrey Farkas. 




A DAY 
IN THE 
DORMITORY 




Back to sleep. 



i"^^' 






Rabbi J. Urivetsky 




Breakfast. 




Rabbi Yitzchok Handey 




Shaving Burns. 




Social Life 




Studying 




Shower 



n 



Good Night. 



DORM SENIORS 




Seated — Philip Weinberger, Michael Leibowitz. Kneeling — Steven Mandel, Azarya Berzon, Chaim 
Brickman, David Schwitzer, David Raab, Richard Zelkowitz. Standing — Mark Nulman, Mark Tykocin- 
ski, Sol Appleman, Steven Winter, Saul Marcus, Stuart Wise, Joseph Epstein, Morris Rothkopf, Joel 
Hervitz, Carry Frenkel, Ira Berkowitz, Jay Baraban, Allan Kaplan, Leslie Pearl. 



GABBEIM 



BASKETBALL 




D 
O 
R 

M 



^miM 



T 
E 
A 
M 




David Schwitzer, Joel Hervitz, Garry Frenkel, Michael Leibow- 
itz. Not Shown — Stuart Wise. 



Joel Hervitz, Allan Kaplan, Saul Marcus. 



Best wishes to 

PHILIP E.BENDHEIM 

and the class of 70. 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bendheim 

and Family 




Congratulations to 



JOELHERVITZ 



Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. David Javitch 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Javich 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lipsett 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



Congratulations to 

CHAIM MANN BRICKMAN 

from his Parents and Grandparents 



Happy Summer Solstice 

THE HOUSE OF LEVMORE 




Congratulations to 
our son 



JOEL 

& the class of 1970 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman P. Hervitz 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



A BLESSING 

ON 

EVERY GRADUATE 






In memory 
of 

HARRY CHALFIN 

& 
MIRIAM CHALFIN 




Compliments to the Rebbeim 
and Teachers of mv son 



DANIEL 

l)bi & Mrs. Morris I. Besdin 




Our best wishes 

for a happy future 

to our son 

CHARLES 

Mr. & Mrs. Ed Bernstein 
& Family 



Mazal Tov And Best Wishes 

For Success To Our Beloved Son, 

Brother And Grandson 



JAYKESTENBAUM 

From 

Mr. And Mrs. Leonard A. Kestenbaum 

Jerry Kestenbaum 

Mr. And Mrs. Charles Hirschfeld 

Mrs. Gisela Kestenbaum 



Mazel Tov And Best Wishes 
To Our Dear Son And Grandson 

BARRY JAY KOCHANOWITZ 



MR. & MRS. SAM KOCHANOWITZ 
MRS. TILLIE ALTER 



MR. WOLF 



Compliments of 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Hoenig 



PHONES 

914 OVVens 8 




QUALITY FOOD CENTER 

Groceries — Fruits & Vegetables 
Wholesale & Retai 




Congratulations and best wishes 
to our grandson 

MONROE 

on the occasion of his Graduation 
Grandma and Grandpa 




315 Mamaroneck Ave. 



Mamaroneck, N.Y. 



[C WITHINGTONCO., 
INC. 

16 Pelham Parkway 
Pelham Manor, New York 10803 



Mazel-Tov And 
best wishes to 

HOWARD 



from 




Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A. Shatz, David, 

Henry and Golda Reena Rothman and 

Allan Edward 



Best wishes to 

BRUCE HERSHENOV 

A Friend 




171 




172 



In honor of my 

beloved great grandson, 

AVERY NEUMARK 




From a friend of 
PHILIPBENDHEIM 




Compliments of 




In honor of my grandnephew, 




Alexander Laufer & Son Inc. 




AVERY NEUMARK. 




New York 




Dr. Samuel Nirenstein 




Friend of 




Good luck to my grandson, 




LARRY MALITZKY 
Best wishes 




NORMAN AMSEL. 
Gertrude Steinfeld 

Congratulations to 




Best wishes to 




BRUCE HERSHENOV 




JOELFELDERMAN 




and the Class of 1970, 


^^^ 


upon his graduation. 




from 1 


■HH 


Jolyn Enterprises Inc. 




a friend 


^^m 


Mazel Tov and 






M 


best wishes for a successful future 

to our son 

LESLIE. 


Compliments of 
Lifschitz & Lifschitz 




Mr. and Mrs. Henri Kleiman ar 


d Jerry 








JOSHUA JAY SCHWARTZ 



Class of 1970. 
Hyman & Mollie Schwartz 





and the Graduating class 

Buy — Rite Stores 

71 - 40 Austin Street Forest Hills, N.Y. 



Ki': 



Congratulations and best wishes 
to our son 



upon his graduation from 
Yeshiva University H.S. 
From his parents and brother Mr. and Mrs. H 
Brenderand Bernie 





Best wishes to 

PHILIP E.BENDHEIM. 

The Jesselsons 



Cutler's Pharmacy 

181 West Englewood Ave., 

West Englewood, N.J. 

L. Douglas, R.P. Phone : 837-2255 



University Chevrolet congratulates 

SAUL KLEIN 

and the 1970 graduating class of 

Yeshiva University High School. 

University Chevrolet 

1221 Jerone Avenue at 

167St. Bronx, N.Y. 



Congratulations to 

LARRY MALITZKY 

& the Senior class. 

Religious School of Temple Hillel, 
Valley Stream 




Congratulations to our Grandson 



RICHARD ZELKOWITZ 



on the occassion of his graduation. 

We wish him much of success in all of 

his future endeavors. 

Mrs. Rose Steinberg, 

Mr. Israel Steinberg 



Congratulations to 
our dear nephew 

IRA 



Congratulations to 



SYLVAN ].SCHAFFER 



and the graduating class. 

From William, Elizabeth, and Mimi Schaffer, 
Libby Schaffer, Emily Meyman and Ida Celnik. 



on your graduation 

Aunt Dori and Uncle Moishe, 
Frady, Sruly, Leibishe! 






Bes' wi<;hes to 
DAVID NUS5BAUM 

t OH' ' 1- i\n-m and Clothe 





Best wishes to 
PHILIP 
from Everybody's Shop Inc. 

Haberdasher and Clothier 
150 West 72nd Street New Yori<, N. Y. 10023 



A Friend 



Best wishes from 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Feinerman 
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Feinerman 

Harrisbuig, Pennsylvania 



Lipstadt Memorial Co. 

370 Amsterdam Ave. 
New York, N.Y. 10024 



Congratulations to 

Larry Malitzky 

Compliments of 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter I. Feinberg 



Best wishes to 

Sammy 

and the class of 70 

upon their graduation 

Mommy & Daddy Rose & Gail 



CADET MAINTENANCE CO. 

INC. 






Congratulations to 
EDDIE 

May you go M'Chayil L'Chai 
Mom & Dad Steve and Naomi 




Best Wishes an 



Best Wishes to 
LARRY MALITZKY 

and the Business Staff 




: ROSENTHAL 
ARNOLD ROSENTHAL 



124 PALMER AVENUE 
Mamaroneck, N. Y. 



Congratulations and best wishes 

to our nephew, 

JOSEPH EPSTEIN 



■ Mr. and Mrs. Alex Estersohn 
Gary Estersohn and Chaye Estersohn 





Dad, Mom, Henry, and Tammy, Locker Family, 
Gal and Hartz Family, Mr. and Mrs. Fenigson, 
Weissman Family 



Congratulations to 

a Wonderful Nephew and Cousin 

MONROE MUSMAN 

Love: 

Aunt May, Uncle David 

Cousins Mike, Barbara an 




Greetings to 
MR. JOSEPH BERK 

from Smith Bros. 

Sewing Machine and 
Electric Corp. 



dngratulations to our son 

NORMAN 

and the class of 1970 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .-Xmsel 



ompliments of 



r. and Mrs. Stanley Amsel 




Congratulations to 

]AY BARABAN 

From: 

Dr. Sherman, Mr. Sachs, 

Mr. Pordy, Mr. Steiner, 

Mr. Greene, Mr. Weisinger, Mr. Kunken, Mr. Kain 



Best wishes 
on our grandson's graduation, 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Dolny 



PORT PRINTED PRODUCTS CORP. 

Printers, Stationers, Photo Copy 

David B. Dolny 

429 Park Avenue South 
N.Y., N.Y. 10016 



Best Wishes 

on my grandson's graduation 

Mrs. Rose Port 



For ail your photo copy needs 

KEYSTONE BUSINESS CONTROLS INC. 

429 Park Avenue South 
N.Y. , N.Y. 70076 (212)684-7373 



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JAY'S STATIONERY M 



PRINTING - COMMERCIAL STATIONERY - TOYS 

GREETING CARDS SU-7-9610 

144 WEST 72nd STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10023 



Maze/ Tov 
and best wishes to our brother 

YAAKOV 

Paula and Esta 



Congratulations to 
ISRAEL BURSTEIN 

From Dad, Mom, Noah, And Sara 



Best of luck 






LEONARD 




Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuld 



Congratulations 
PHILIP 



you made it! 

Oma & Opa 



181 




Congratulations to 

JACK 

and the class of 1970 

Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. Freitag 



To our son, grandson, 
brother, nephew, and cousin 

ROBERT H.LEVINE 

Congratulations on the present and 
the best of everything to you for the^ 
future. 

Max and Gladys Levine 

David, Debbie Louis and Ida Levine 

Eleaze and Rebecca Levine 

Jerry, Saul, Abigail, Joshua 






GREHER'S 
CLINTON WINE AND LIQUOR CO. 

60 Clinton St. New York, N.Y. 10002 

Closed Saturdays GRamercy 7-2347 ^H 




CY SHAVRICK 




rge Washington Bridge Bus rerminal \ 
SW5 — 7550 
BOOK SHOPS INC. 

m —II 30 Mon thrub-un 



OLAM 



TRAVEL NETWORK,, Nc. 

152 W. 42ND STREET • NEW YORK, N.Y. 10036 



(212) PE 6-5790 



Res.: (914) EL 6-9346 



In loving memory of . . . 

SIGMUND SPIEGEL 

Norma and Alan Speigel 



■^ MARIPOL DRAPERY SERVICE 

73-17 Main Si. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

Cleaned Removed Ro-hung 



Free Et.tirr..n.e 




Any. 



Best wishes "First NigSft 
formal wear ltd. 
162 fifth Avenue 
New York 10, N.V. OS 



Best Wishes to our son 

LARRY 

Cantor and Mrs. Eleazer Schulman. 



Toour dear nephew 

LESLIE KLEIMAN 

With best wishes and love 

Mr. and Mrs. SamuarBlitz 

Joe, Laury, and Ethel. 



Good Luck and best wishes 

to our nephew 

LESLIE KLEIMAN 

for a happy and healthy future 

Uncle Maurice, Aunt Lilly, 
Rena, Leon and MarcyTempelsman. 



Congratulation to 
FRED SINGER 

Compliments of the 

BERCEN BARREL AND DRUM CO. 



Congratulations to our nephew 

AARON 

from Uncle Sirnon, Aunt Esther 

Cousins, David, Debby. 



Best Wishes 

TO IZZY KALMAN 

from Mr. Morris Schwartz. 



Compliments of 

Midor Fabrics, Inc. 

119 Fifth Ave. New York, N.Y. 
Lining Fabrics. 



Good Luck 

TO LARRY MALITZKY 



Mazel tov 

to 

PHILLIP LERNER 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwarzenfeld. 



Best Wishes to 

LESLIE KLEIMAN 

EFFICIENT PRINTING, ADVERTISING 

AND MAILING CORP. 

21 West 45th St. New York, N.Y. 

Hugo K. Kessker Eugene S. Kessler. 




Congratulations on your graduation. 

Best Wishes, 
Mom, Dad, and Linda 



May the ligh; of Almighty God shine 
|Upon The 1970 graduates. May He 
•guide you all on the path of righteous- 
ness to succeed maichayil el chayii ken 
yehee rotzon. 

? Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Wise 

iand Family 




In Memory of my beloved wife 
BECKIELAKRETZ 



Congratuaitions to 
HOWARD 
MATZA BROS. AND CO. GROCERY AND 

DAIRY 

Frozen and Fresh Fruit and Vegetables 
2233 Broadway Bet. 79th and 80th Sts, TR 7-03856 



Friends of Family 
E. SALOMON 



Best wishes to 

LARRYSCHULMAN 

DAN'S ALLENWOOD SERVICE 





Best wishes to 



TEVEHERSKOVITS 

and all of the 
graduating class of '70 



May they continue down the erudite 
road of life, concerning themselves 
only with life, happiness, and the re- 
warding pursuit of Torah,. 




Best wishes to 

BRUCE HERSHENOV 

From a Friend 



TO HOWARD SHATZ 
Good Luck 

Uncle Albie, Aunt Helen 
and Cousin Danny 

Congratulations to 
EDDIE SHELDON 

on his graduation. 

A friend 

Congratulations to 

AHRON SILVER 

Abe, Freda and Daniel Chazin 

Congratulations to 
AHRON SILVER 
from his parents. 



Editors-in-chief 
JAY BARABAN 
JONATHAN LEVY 

Managing Editor 
STEVEN WINTER 

Business Managers 

PHILIP BENDHEIM 
JOEL HERVITZ 

Literary Editors 
DANNY BESDIN 
LARRY SCHULMAN 

Feature Editors 
NORMAN BLUMENTHAL 
ZVI FISCHER 

Photography Edito's 
SOL APPLEMAN 
LEONARD FULD 

Art Editors 

RICHARD LOVINGER 
CHARLES BERNSTEIN 

Hebrew Editors 
ARTHUR PLATT 
SYLVAN SCHAFFER 

Sports Editors 

AVERY NEUMARK 
ELLIOT TANNENBAUM 

Typing Editors 
FRED SINGER 
JACK WEISS 

Copy Editors 

WILUAM FRENKEL 
JOSHUA SCHWARTZ 

Layout Editors 

HOWARD BIENENFELD 
GARRY FRENKEL 

Faculty Advisor 
MR. RUDOLPH BERNSTEIN 



Elchanife 70 

SENIOR PUBLICATION OF 

Yeshiva University High School 

I86th STREET & AMSTERDAM AVENUE 
N«w York, N. Y. 10033 



Congratulations 

to all the ELCHANITE editors 

and their staffs. 

Rabbi Weinbach 

and the Faculty Advisors 




Mazel tov 
and best wishes to 

HOWARDS. WOLK 

and his classmates 
upon their graduation. 




,6ngratulations to our raoor 
PHILIP WEINBERGER 
and to the class of 70! 



TO BARRY 

Our Best Wishes 

for every success in the future. 

Mom and Dad 
and Sandy and David. 





Mazel tov to our son 

AVI WEST. 

May he always be a source of pride 

Mother and Dad 



Best Wishes to our rabbi's son 
PINKY WEINBERGER 





and the class of 70! 




CALLO WINE DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

Premier Wine Distributors. 

79 West St. Brooklyn, New York 11222 




I wish you great success, 
Louis ). Lefkowitz, 

Atl'y General. 

T AND j AUTO REPAIRS INC. 

Collision- Welding-Painting, 

210 Delancey Street, New York, N.Y. 

A. Marono. Oregon 7-1570, Oregon 7-1587 

Best Wishes from 
EAST SIDE HEBREW INS 1 J ^UTE, 
R Avenue 5 andSth Street N.Y.C 



In honor of 
HOWARD F RE! MANN'S 

graduation 

Universal Cigar Corporation 

La primadora, Optima, 
Sante Fe, El Trelles. 




Congratulations and best wishes 
to our dear son and brother 

HOWARD STEVEN WOLK 

and his fellow graduates 

Cantor and Mrs. Leon Wolk 

Jeffrey and Elana 



Best wishes to 

HOWARDS. WOLK 

Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. Zevulun Lichtenberg 

and sons 



EMERGENCY AND NIGHT CALLS 
IN. 1-0292 



C7 lusking cJurokerage L^ompany 



GENERAL AND LIFE INSURANCE 



EMANUEL DU6IN 



Al-5i MAIN ST. 

Near Sanford Ave. 

FLUSHING, N. Y. 11355 

HICKORY 5-2900-1 



Congratulation and best wishes to 

MARVIN WINRICH 

and your classmates 

on your graduation 

F. Frenkel 



Congratulation to our son 

DOV 

May you succeed in all your endeavors 
Love Mom and Dad 



Mazel tov to 

BARRY KOCHANOWITZ 

and the entire senior class 

Mr. and Mrs. Cavriel Mayerfeld 



May I extend my best wishes to a fine young 
man upon his graduation 

MAZEL TOV! 

Rabbi David Freidberg 



In honor of our dear grandson 

HOWARDS. WOLK 

upon his graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Scheidlinger 



Congratulations and good luck to 
DAVID). WILZIG 

Love- Mom, Dad 
Rochelle, Lenny, 
Sam, and Stephan 



Best Wishes and Congratulations 

MARVIN WINRICH 

on your graduation 

OttoSalm 



Congratulations to my good grandson 

TOBIAS AARON 

and his classmates 
Oma Martha Kahn 



Compliments 



of a friend of 



STUART SCHOCEHT 




r 



Compiiments of the 
GRIBETZ FAMILY 



Congratulations to 

LEON WEIL 



and the graduating class 
of 70 



Dr. M. Weil, Mr. and Mrs. L. Margulies, Mr. and Mrs. A. Neuschloss, Mr, 
and Mrs. M. Weii, Mrs. R. Hudes, Mr. and Mrs. B. Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. N. 
Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. D. Weil, Danny, Dassa, David, Eli, Esther, Harvey, 
Judy, Leon, Rita, Rivke, Simche. 






In honor of 



MRS. FANNY WEITZENDORF 



With best wishes for the future 
Love from all the boys in the dorm 



All of the ELCHANITE editors would sincerely 
like to thank: 

Rabbi Weinbach 

Naomi and 

Mrs. Kandeli 

for their kind assistance in the production of 
ELCHANITE 70 



The editors of ELCHANITE 70 would also like to thank the following se- 
niors who have assumed more than their financial burden towards the 
publication of the yearbook: 



Sol Appleman 
jay Baraban 
Ira Berkowitz 
Joseph Epstein 
Steven Herskovits 
jay Kestenbaum 
Barry Kochanowitz 
Saul Levmore 



Robert Lunzer 
Larry Malitzky 
John Morgenstern 
Steven Mandel 
Avery Neumark 
Larry Schulman 
Howard Shatz 
Fred Singer 



jack Weiss 



MORGENSTERN OIL 
OPERATIONS 

congratulates 

JONATHAN MORGENSTERN 



and his fellow classmates 
on their being graduated from high school 



MR. AND MRS. 
HARRY WOLCHOCK 




Congratulations to 

MARK TYKOCINSKI 
and his fellow graduates 



From Henry and Ruth Rosenzweig 



Mazel Tov 

NORMAN 
On your graduation 



Mazel Tov and best wishes to our son 
ZVI FISCHER 

and his classmates 

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fischer. 




The Best of luck in college 
and in future years 

Your proud parents 
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ackerman 



In honor of 



HENRY'S GRADUATION 



Mr. and Mrs. Brem and fannily 




Congratulations to our nephew 
TOBIAS A. KAHN 
and all his classmates 

The Kahns from Chicago 



^fT 




Best of luck on your graduation 

fiiend 'jf 

LAWRENCE KRAUT 

Congratulations to our son 
BARRY 

and his fellow classmates 
The Kopitnikoffs 



W&G MACHINE CO., INC 

5 Manila Avenue 
Hamden, Conn. 06514 






BARRY KOPITNIKOFF 

id the class of 70 




Compliments of 

MR. AND MRS. MORRIS N. 

TRACHTEN 



Mazel Tov and best wishes 
to our son 

HAROLD 

Upon his graduation 



from his parents, 
brothers, and sister 





Best wishes to 
FRED SINGER 



Congratulations to 

SANDY ZLOTNIK 

on the occasion of his graduation 




Good luck and best wishes to our son 
ISIDORE 

Love, Your Parents 





TTwmi 



Temple Beth El 



We are very proud that our own 

JOSEPH EPSTEIN 



Is graduating from Yeshiva University High 
School and is Editor-in-Chief of the 
"Academy News''. We hope that he will 
continue to bring naches to his family, his 
community and his people. 



Temple Beth El 
Syracuse, N.Y. 



Herman Dubnoff President 

Hy Miller Vice-President 

Jack Croskin Vice-President 

Dr. Jerome Bresner Vice-President 

Charles Lesinger Treasurer 

Jack Lowenstein Treasurer-Endowment Fund 

Morris B. Swartz Chairman, Board of Trustees 

Jacob H. Epstein Rabbi 

Herbert Roberts . . . Director, Dubnoff Education 

Center 

Jacob Davis Gabbi 

Dr. Irving Franklin Financial Sec'y 

Jane Elkin Recording Sec'y 



Compliments of Matthew E. Potash 

ORANGE COUNTY CORRUGATED 

BOX, INC. 

Middletown, N.Y. 



"GOOD LUCK" OZZIE 



Congratulations to our son and brother 

GARRY). FRENKEL 

on his graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Frenkel, 
David, Sally and Ephraim Zvi 



Congratulations to 1970 graduate 
RICHARD ALLAN ZELKOWITZ 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zelkowitz, Robin Zelkowitz 
Miami, Florida 



Congratulations and best wishes to our son 
ARNOLD 

on the occasion of his graduation 

Mom and Dad 

Mr. and Mrs. Z. Josefowitz 



Congratulations to 
jUDD 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Z. Goldstein 



DEAR ABE, 

Good luck and best wishes 

on your graduation. 

your Grandma and Grandpa 



Best wishes and good luck to our brother 

ARNOLD 

on his graduation 

Ben and Sharon Heinrich, Des Moines, Iowa 



H. L. REID & CO., INC. 

142 West 36th St. 

New York, N.Y. 10018 



Greetings 
from a friend of 

LARRY MALITZKY 



Congratulations to 


MR.STEPELMAN 


ON HIS ENGAGEMENT. 


ELCHAN1TE1970 



Greetings from the 
DESCO SHOE CORP. 



Congratulations to 
HAROLD 

from Ann and Arnold Stern 



Good luck 
DANNY G. 

from your parents and sister 



Best wishes to you 
DANNY GETTINGER 

from Aunt Adele and Uncle George 



Best wishes to 
HOWARD FREIMANN 
Burl Jewelers, Limited 



Congratulations to our son 

MARK 

fnd to the entire Class of 70 

upon their graduation from 

Yeshiva University High School 
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fogei, Howard, Joseph 





TE 8-3329 - 


EYE VIEW FILMS 










ISO EAST S2ND STREET 


BOB SCHWARTZ 


NEW YORK, N. Y. '^^^^ 



Congratulations to 




OZZIE BERZON 

from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kamlit 
and family 



Friend of 
LAWRENCE KRAUT 





Mazel Tov to our son 
MICHAEL BENNETT BRATEN 

from Ruben and Yetta Braten 
and sister Marlene 




Si ncere best wishes for 
STEVE HERSKOVITS 

and the sundry other guys who will be 

graduated in June 

May they have healthy hairs and hippy pants, 
for the rest of their corporeal lives. 



From the 

HAMMERS, HOMNICKS, AND 

WANDERERS 






Congratulations and best wishes to 

JOEY EPSTEIN 

and his fellow graduates 

I. Abe Miller, Syracuse, N.Y. 



Congratulations 
NORMAN 

Best Wishes from your parents 

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ackerman 

and sister Anita 




Congratulations 
to our son and grandson 

JEFFREY LEICHTMAN 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leichtman 
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham 




FRENCH STORES 

CLEANERS* TAILORS* FURRIERS 




Best of Luck to 
LOIS AND jONNY 

MorfJ' 





MODERN GAS SERVICE 

LAKEWOOD DISTRICT 
137 OCEAN AVENUE LAKEWOOD, N 
LOUIS BL'RACK 
Managi-'r 






STEVE HERSKOVITS 



VVHITTAKER CORPORATiON 

Poiymetrics Fabricants Division 
Fast Rutherford industrial Park 

Edit Rutherford, N.J. 07073 
201-933-1400 .2-; 2-675-4422 



Congratulations 
PHILIP I. SILVERSTEIN 

Best wishes to 

HOWARD FREIMANN 

and the entire graduating class 

Fred Snyder 

Good Luck to 

ROBERT LUNZER 

from the Tennenbaum Caterers 

Congratulations to our son and brother 

ABRAHAM 

Fronn Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Mittelman 

and Beverly, Eddie and Aaron 

DR. AND MRS. NATHANIEL L. REMES 

KESHER ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Congrats from 
ESSEX NARROW FABRICS CORP. 

Congratulations to 

SANDY ZLOTNICK 

on his graduation 



With heartfelt 
congratulations 

TO OUR SON 

grandson and brother 
from Mom, Dad, 

Grandma 
Brother and Sister 




congratulations to 

IRA 
on his graduation 

from Mr. and Mrs. R. Lambert 



Congratulations to 
IRA 

Isaac Berkowitz 





el luv to my grandson 
DOVKANNER 

Wolf Gindsberg 



Compliments of 

MR. AND MRS. 

CHARLES GERSON 

Haverhill, Mass. 



Congratulations to 
DOVKANNER 

Shiomo, Yaacov and Geelit 

Kanner, 
Henry and Sarah Giickfed, 
Wax Rodoff, Terry Rotchild, 
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stern. 




EYE VIEW FILMS 
150E.52ndSt. N.Y.,N.Y. 



Congratulations 


TO THE CLASS OF 70 


Dr. and Mrs. J. Winter 





Mazel Tov 

DAVID AND CHANI 

upon your engagement 

Howard 



Best wishes to 

HOWARD FREIMANN 

and the entire graduating class 

Martin and Gertie Freiman, Cordell and Gloria 



Mazel Tov upon the graduation of 


CHAIMLOVINGER 
and his classmates 


FROM KATZ AND LOVINGER 

of Parkside Garden Caterers 

83 Division Ave. B'klyn, N.Y. 

388-4204 863-8892 

388-3590 


iss.!,,Ki:%«i.-;', : ,,,.;„ ^ 





Corgratuiations to our son] 
LYLE 



jfenls 

ir. anb Mrs I. Kamlet 
and trom his grandfather 
RuDbi E M Steinberg 




We would personally like to 
thank the literary editors for 
their excellent work: 

DANNY— Theme 
LARRY — Biogs 

Jay and Jonny 



PHOTO CREDITS: 



Housing and Development Administration — 
Page 6 

New York Times — Pages 7, 12, 13 

Federal Water Pollution Control Administration 
Page 11 

Public Relation Dept. of Yeshiva University- 
Page 116 



Congratulations to our son 

JACK 

and all his classmates 
upon their graduation 



We wish them many years 
of continuing success 

Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Weiss 



Congratulations 
and best wishes to 

SYLVAN JAY SCHAFFER 



on the occasion of his 

graduation 

May he be successful 

in all of his endeavors 

From his mother, father, sister Mimi, 
his grandmother and aunt 



Congratulations to our cousin 

PHILIP E.BENDHEIM 
upon his graduation 

John D. and Rebecca Steindecker 



CHARLES BERNSTEIN 

wishes his fellow graduates 
the very best of luck 



Congratulations 

GUY 
SUE BEE FASHIONS 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1970 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Neuhoff 



After 17 years of education — isn't 
it nice to know you only have 103 
more to go? 

Congratulations 

ROBERT 

on your graduation 
Mom & Dad 



In memory of 
HYMAN LANDER 



Mrs. Frieda Lander 

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Ross & Philip 



Congratulations to 
AARON KOPELOWITZ 

from his parents and sister, Barbra 



Congrats, to the 
graduating class 

BRUCE ROTHSTEIN 



Best wishes to our son 

ABE 

on his graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Isi Krieger 



Congratulations to 

MICHAEL 

upon his graduation 

Mom, Dad, Henry, Roza, Eli, & Leah 



Congratulations to 

MICHAEL LEIBOWITZ 

upon his graduation from Y.U.H.S. 

With best wishes from 
Cong. Shaareh Tzedek, Vancouver B.C. 
Marvin Heir — Rabbi Joseph Segal — President 



Force, unless eontrolled, kindles yearn- 
ings of unattainable Glory, endangering 
others rights, graces & equality. 



TO GARY 

congratulations upon your freedom 

Use it well 

Mom, Dad, Robert & Yvonne 



Congratulations to our 
son and brother 

NORMAN 

and to all his classmates 
Fred & Gitta Blumenthal, Ayala and Rena 



Maze! Tov to our son 

DAVID 

and his fellow classmates 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blumenthal, 

Beverly and Alan 



Congrats to 

SAM GOLDRING 

and to the class of 1970 

From his parents 



Best wishes to the 
Salanter Class of '66 

Guy Lander, Arnold Josefowitz, 
Izzy Zuberman, Howard Schranz, 
Chuck Bernstein, Arthur Katz, 
Steve Steinbaum, jay Orlinsky. 

From Jeff Kozlowski 



TOSOLY 

and to all who fill his High School memories 
lots of luck 

The Family 



Best wishes to 

MitCHELL 
upon his graduation 

From his uncle arid family 



Congratulations to 

MARTIN RABINOWITZ 
and his graduating class 

Manny and Judy, Ted and Alan 




ongratulations to 
ALBIE 



FROMUSE.M.C. KIDS 





Best wishes to 
our son and brother 

the Berzon Family 



MODERN GAS CO. 

Lakewood, N.J. 



Good luck to 
LOUIS AND MIRIAM 

The dorm gang 



Zeke the Greek 



Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rotter 
wish to congratulate their son 

IRVING 

on his graduation from Y.U.H.S. 

and their daughter and son-in-law 

MR. AND MRS. STEVEN FARKAS 

on their first wedding anniversary 



ELCHANITE1970 

Invites You to the Reunion of 

The Class of Nineteen Hundred 

and Seventy 

of Yeshiva University High School 

which will take place G-d willing 

on June Twenty-First 

Nineteen Hundred and Eighty 

at 5:30 p.m. 
in The Rubin Hall Dining Hall 



, ISZ 



Bradcliff Stationery — Bronx, N.Y. 10451 

To Danny; Good Luck in the future, your Sister 

Danny, Best wishes from your Grandmother 

Congregation Schara Tzedak 

Tai-Wah Hand Laundry Forest Hills, N.Y. 

Congratulations to Sandy Ziotnick From a friend 

Best Of Luck to Jack Weiss Paul Gerstner 

Congratulations to Sandy From A Friend 

Mazel Tov To Sandy Z. From A Friend 

Congratulations And Good Luck to Jack Weiss 

Billow Family 

Mazel Tov Sandy — Love Sister Annie In Jerusalem, 

Israel. 
Towpath Pharmacy Inc. 
Mr. Marvin Zelkowitz 
Best Wishes Jerome A. Ratner 
Good Luck, Rabbi and Mrs. Mallen Galinsky 
Henry Lander 
Kaufman Bros. 

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Sacks 

Plaza Cleaners 

Dear Abe, Congratulations on your graduation. 
Debbie 

Dear Abe Good Luck and Best Wishes, your sister 
Rivki 

Mr. and Mrs. Cohen 

From Friends to Phillip Lerner 

From Tante Lea to Phillip Lerner 

From David Friedman to Phillip Lerner 

New Jersey friends of Stuart Wise. 

Mrs. Hannah B. Galinsky. 

Glad you made it, CPB. 

Mrs. Bella Kopelowitz. 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kopelowitz and family. 

Compliments of New Forest Take Home Food. 

Congratulations to Jonny. Lois 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Blonder and family 

Best wishes to our son and brother Stuart 

Mrs. Edith Rock 

This yearbook has been published without the 

cooperation of Mr. G. Finkelstein. 
Jay and Josh Marcus 
Best wishes to Larry Malitzky 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Statsinger 
Tally Ho Card Co. 



Liggett & Myers 

Jerry Gladstein 

Delma Studios — Official Yearbook Photographer. 

Congratulations to Phil & Joel, you did a fine job. 

From Joel & Phil. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Heifer 

Manuel Hershberg, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brody and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eisler 

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Mandel 

True Balance Shoe Co. 

Martly Drug Co. Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Maier 

Best wishes from Sam Kellin 

Armin Gelle 

Gelb 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Grienberger 

Mr. David Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gitlen 

Mrs. Pauline Mandel 

A Friend of Mr. Jay Orlinsky 

Good Luck to Jay Orlinsky from Frederick Rosen 

Larry Reich 

Selma Nussbaum 

Jueina Loeb 

To Avery E. Nuemark from Max Grill 

Ira, Sue, and Aaron Margolis 

J. Rosenberg and Sons 

N.Y. American Beverage Co. Inc. 

Congratulations on the marriage of Steve and Linda 
Smiga 

Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stark 

Congratulations from Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schrager 
and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Klein 

1. Rokeach and Sons, Inc. Fine Kosher Foods 

Best Wishes, Murry Goldstein Agency — Lakewood, 
N.j. 

Albert Book and Card Shop Inc. 

JoeTuckman's Department Store. 

One Hour Terminal French Cleaners 

E. Schnitzler Meats, Poultry and Delicatessen 

Stanley Radio and Television Service 

National Typewriter Service 



Pedi-Walk — The Correct Shoe 

Bens Cut Cure 

David Balsam 

Dear L. — All my love, forever — G. 

Jerusalem Meat Market Stark and Fried. 

Good Luck Jay A Friend 

A and E Furniture Corp. 

Compliments of a friend 

Teaneck Drugs Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ackerman 

Reliable Frozen Foods Corp. 

Mrs. Tauba Lustig 

Juli 

Mrs. Ramras 

Irving Eichenbaum 

Compliments of J. Biegeleisen 

Congratulations to Dave R. — Lewis Fred 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jaffe and Fran 

Congratulations to Alan 

Eigen Supply Co. Inc. 

Harry Lamber and family 

Mazel Tov to Jack Weiss 

Congrats to our son — Mr. and Mrs. Zlotnick 

Plaza Carpet Shop inc. 

Dr. Philip Sinowy Steiner Optician 

Sheper Dist. & Sales Corp. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Mazel Tov to our Grandson, Leslie K. 

Best wishes to Howard Freiman Ruth and Sadie 

Beiner 
Best wishes to Cousin Leslie K. His Hochstein 

Cousins 
Rose Pastry New York 10032 
Best wishes to Leslie Kleinman from Jonas Stern & 

Sons Inc. 
Mazel Tov to Howard C. Freiman from Family Bettie 
Congratulations to Shaare Hatikvah 
Best wishes to Mark from Mr. Harry Katz and 

Family 
Godel Kirschenaum, Lakewood, N.J. 
Mazel Tov to my Grandson Joshua 
Best wishes to our brother Larry, Debbie and Gary 
Shoe City — Bronx, N.Y. 10452 
Harry's Auto Body Works Bronx, N.Y. 10452 
Glazer's Gift Shop — Bronx, N.Y. 
Manny's Baseball Land — Bronx 51, N.Y. 
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Spindell 



Best wishes to Allan Kaplan 

George's Barber Shop 

Fenster's Appetizing Store 

Zimmerman's Candy Store 

W.F. Cleaning Store 

Al's Camera Shop 

Aliya Now! Barry Kopitnikoff 

Carl-Ray Haberdasher 

Good luck Danny Gettinger, From your grandfather 

Lots of luck Danny Gettinger, Nat & Judy Ehrenberg 

Congrats to Mitchell on his graduation from his 

family 
To Phillip Lerner, From Mr. and Mrs. Lerner and 

Simon 
To Phillip Lerner, From Mr. and Mrs. Feldstein 
Model Hardware— Forest Hills, N.Y. 
Cort Drugs — Forest Hills, N.Y. 
Forest Hills Home Cooking 
Compliments of Ernest Salomon 
IJJth Wines and Liquors 
Good luck Reynold, you"ll need it 
Greetings to Larry Schulman, From jack 

Herschkowitz 
Congrats to Larry Schulman, From Great Neck 

Synagogue 
Congratulations to Larry Schulman, Gels Kosher 

Foods 
Mazel Tov Larry Schulman, Smith's Bakery 
Diane Button Co. Inc. 
Merit Pharmacy 

Jack's Pants Shop — 119 Dyckman Street N.Y., N.Y. 
Jamaica Prime Kosher Delicatessen 
A.J. Kurtz & Sons, N.Y. 
Foto Electric Supply Co., N.Y. 
Compliments of Mr. David Scharf 
Victor K&K Kosher Meat & Poultry 
Terri-Ann Dress Shop — 13 E. 170 St. Bronx, N.Y. 
From a friend of Saul Klein 
Howard Freiman 
Barry Kopitnikoff 
Alan Kaplan 

Kingsbridge Heights Jewish Center 
Glucksman Bros. 
Sisterhood Y.I. of Hillcrest 
Lois Levine 
Jonathan Levy 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ACKERMAN, Norman 

65-36 99th St. 

RegoPark.N.Y. 11374 

897-0435 

AMSEL, Norman 

554 Crenville Ave. 

Teaneck, N.J. 07666 

201-831-3007 

APPLEMAN, Sol 

1 Dover Lane 

Syosset,N.Y. 11791 

567-921-1779 

BARABANJay 

78 Cherry Lane 

Lynbrook, N.Y, 11563 

516-599-7955 

BASKIN, Rachim 

61-15 228 St. 

Bayside, N.Y. 11364 

229-4428 

BENDHEIM, Philip 

101 Central Park West 

N.Y., N.Y. 10023 

799-4814 

BERKOWITZ, IRA 

2 Bryant Crescent 

White Plains, N.Y. 10605 

914-761-8580 

BERNSTEIN, Charles 

2166 Bronx Pk. 

East Bronx, N.Y. 10462 

829-9247 

BERZON, Azarya 

1152 East 26 St. 

Bklyn, N.Y. 11210 

377-7026 

BESDIN, Danny 

82-46 Lefferts Blvd. 

Kew Gardens, N.Y. 11415 

441-1529 

BIENENFELD, H. 

971 Phelps Road 

Teaneck, N. I. 07666 

201-833-1458 

BLOCK, Charles 

69-10 108th St. 

Forest Hills, N. Y. 11375 

261-0289 

BLUMENTHAL, D. 

144-33 78th Ave. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

657-7907 

BLUMENTHAL, N. 

102-45 63rd Rd. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

459-3546 

BRATEN, Michael 

601 West 113th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10025 

222-0918 

BREM, Henry 

3-43 26th St. 

Fair Lawn, N.J. 07410 

201-796-6959 

BRENDER, Joseph 

80 Fort Wash. Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10032 

923-2027 

BRiCKMAN, Chaim 

2227 N. 52 St. 



Phila.,Penn. 19131 

215-477-4460 
BURSTEIN, Israel 

2527 Valentine Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10458 
298-4261 
CAPPELL, Kenny 
99-51 64th Rd. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11374 

897-4082 

COHEN, Jay 

1381 East 16th St. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11230 

336-8647 

COHEN, Samuel 

95-06 67th Ave. 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11374 

793-2447 

DASHIFF, Jonathan 

1100 Grand Concourse 

Bronx, N.Y. 10456 

588-6582 

DOLNY, David 

30 Jill Lane 

Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

914-352-8077 

DUBIN, Alan 

140-50 Ash Ave. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11355 

358-1940 

EPSTEIN, Joseph 

3418 E. Benessee St. 

Syracuse, N.Y. 13214 

315-446-4263 

ERENYI, Zvi 

55 Featherbed Lane 

Bronx, N.Y. 10452 

872-6355 

FABER, Albert 

62nd Drive 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 

592-4594 

FALECK, Herbert 

387 Grand St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10002 

674-4675 

PARKAS, Jeffrey 

625 Cortland Ave. 

Mamaroneck, N.Y. 10543 

914-698-8368 

FELDERMAN,Joel 

500 Beach 22 St. 

FarRockaway, N.Y. 11691 

471-6451 

FISCHER, Zvi 

102-35 62nd Drive 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11376 

271-2639 

FLAUM, Mitchell 

144-18 72 Road 

Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

268-3217 

FOGEL, Mark 

61-16 219 St. 

Bayside, N.Y. 11364 

428-7489 

FREIMANN, Howard 

3119 Bailey Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10463 

549-2629 



FREITAG,Jack 
168-20 69 Ave. 
Flushing, N.Y. 11365 
591-5412 
FRENKEL, Gary 
153-11 77th Rd. 
Flushing, N.Y. 11367 
591-9783 

FRENKEL, William 

1384 Grand Concourse 

Bronx, N.Y. 10456 

538-1428 

FULD, Leonard 

45 Fairview Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10040 

567-1028 

GETTINGER, Dan 

635 West 174th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10033 

928-6761 

GODICK, Elliot 

1841 Andrews Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10453 

299-5142 

COLORING, Sam 

112-14 69 Ave. 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 

263-9332 

GRIBETZ, Raphael 

608 West 227th St. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10463 

543-5060 

GROSS, Joel 

5 Raze! Ave. 

Sprmg Valley, N.Y. 10077 

914-356-4386 

GROSSER, Jerome 

374 Wadsworth Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10040 

568-1233 

HABOUCHA, Soly 

61-55 98th St. 

RegoPark, N.Y. 11374 
592-1325 

HERSHENOV, Bruce 

410 Beach 22 St. 

Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691 

471-4570 

HERSHKOVITS, S. 

2980 Briggs Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10458 

733-9916 

HERVITZ, Joel 

2925 -6th St. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17110 

717-234-7139 

HOENIG, Bob 

65 Carlton Rd. 

Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

914-352-5944 

HOFFMAN, Harold 

5704 Post Rd. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10471 

884-2797 

JOSEFOWITZ, A. 

2750 Olinville Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10467 

655-1935 

KAHN,Tobi 

4525 Henry Hudson Pkwy. 



Riverdaie, N.Y. 10471 

549-4501 

KALMAN, Israel 

3064 Barker Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10467 

653-3181 

KAMLET, Lyie 

2600 Davidson Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10468 

367-7213 

KANNER, Dov 

34 Hillside Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10040 

569-2112 

KAPLAN, Allan 

57 Westchester Dr. 

Attleboro, Mass. 02703 

617-222-7196 

KATZ, Arthur 

71 Helena Ave. 

Yonkers, N.Y. 10710 

914-961-5888 

KAUFTHAL, Uri 

255 Ft. Washington Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10032 

795-5380 

KESTENBAUM,J. 
795 Cornaga Ave. 
Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691 

471-7325 

KLEIMAN, Leslie 
740 West End Ave. 
N.Y., N.Y. 10025 
663-1222 
KLEIN, Saul 
1005 Jerome Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10452 
537-8567 
KLEINBAUM, Z. 
2036 Hone Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10461 
824-2231 

KOCHANOWITZ, B. 
75 Montgomery St. 
N.Y., N.Y. 10002 
233-5786 

KOPELOWITZ, A. 
1549 Selwyn Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 583-8338 
KOPITNIKOFF, B. 
725 Downing St. 
Teaneck, N.J. 07666 
201-836-4093 
KOZLOWSKI, Jeffrey 
2275 Barker Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10467 
655-5799 
KRAUT, Larry 
65-38 110th St. 
ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 
459-2768 
KREIGER, Abe 
247 Wadsworth Ave. 
N.Y., N.Y. 10033 
923-7262 
LANDER, Guy 
2449 Fish Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10469 
882-0621 
LAUB, Irving 



105-21 63rd Road 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

896-1431 

LEIBOWITZ, M. 

910 West 22nd Ave. 

Vancouver, B.C. Canada 

738-5023 

LEICHTMAN, Jef 

69-38171 St. 

Freshmeadows, N.Y. 11365 

523-0279 

LERNER, Philip 

170 East 94th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10028 

369-0756 

LUNZER, Robert 

490 West End Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10024 

874-3815 

LEVINE, Robert 

47BlauveltRd. 

Monsey, N.Y. 10953 

914-356-7679 

LEVMORE, Saul 

108-30 66th Rd. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

261-8796 

LEVY, Jonathan 

563Winthrop Road 

Teaneck, N.J. 07666 

201-833-1543 

LIFSCHITZ,J. 

105-43 65 Road 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 

897-7044 

LOVINGER, C. 

2131 Muliner Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10462 

863-8892 

MALITZKY, Larry 

221 Middle Neck Rd. 

Great Neck, LI. 

516-487-5936 

MANDEL, Steven 

86 Elizabeth Ave. 

Bloomfeild, Conn. 06002 

242-8305 

MARCUS, Saul 

11 Curtis Ave. 

West Orange, N.J. 07052 

736-4625 

MARGOLIES, A. 

534 Maitland Ave. 

Teaneck, N.J. 07666 

201-837-2587 

MENTKOW, Jack 

250 Ft. Wash. Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10032 

927-3697 

MICHELSON, David 

105-55 62 Drive 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 

592-4507 

MINTZ, Alexander 

110 West 96th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10025 

865-2050 

MITTELMAN, Abe 

31 -39 87th St. 

Jackson Hts., N.Y. 11369 

899-2663 

MORGENSTERN, J. 

142 West End Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10023 

873-9808 



MUSMAN, Monroe 

1465 Grand Concourse 

Bronx, N.Y. 10452 

992-3591 

NEUHOF, Mark 

45-34 172nd St. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11358 

359-6540 

NEUMARK, Avery 

101 Central Park West 

N.Y., N.Y. 10023 

787-7563 

NULMAN, Mark 

214 Oakland Ave. 

Providence, R.I. 02908 

401-274-4264 

NUSSBAUM, David 

56 Bennett Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10033 

927-2284 

NUSSENBLATT, Michael 

59-32 155th St. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11355 

ORLINSKY,Jay 

2175 Walton Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10453 

295-5796 

PEARL, Leslie 

139-10 231 St. 

Laurelton, N.Y. 11413 

525-4497 

PLATT, Arthur 

38610th Ave. 

Paterson, N.J. 07514 

201-274-8818 

PRESENT, David 

900 West 190th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10040 

927-2935 

RAAB, David 

27S. Westfeild Ave. 

Trenton, N.J. 08618 

609-394-3940 

RABINOWITZ, M. 

150-43 78th Rd. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

591-8543 

REICH, Michael 

417 Grand St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10002 

533-6676 

REMES, Boris 

101 Landscape Ave. 

Yonkers, N.Y. 10715 

914-969-8085 

ROTHKOPF, Moris 

1568 Route 88 

Bricktown, N.J. 08723 

201-892-6420 

ROTHSTEIN, Bruce 

83-10 35th Ave. 

JacksonHts., N.Y. 11372 

446-0266 

ROTTER, Irving 

144-37 38th Ave. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11354 

762-0271 

SALAMON, Samuel 

70 Pitt St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10002 

475-4428 

SALOMON, Leon 

710 West 177th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10033 

928-7447 



SALVIT, Gary 

69-39 Yellowstone Blvd. 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 

544-3779 

SCHAFFER, Sylvan 

11 Fort George Hill 

N.Y., N.Y. 10040 

567-1220 

SCHENKER, Samuel 

325 West 86th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10024 

873-7377 

SCHLISSEL, M. 

1711 Morris Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10457 

299-8183 

SCHOCHET, Stuart 

1815 Riverside Dr. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10034 

942-0531 

SCHRANZ, Irwin 

3021 Cruger Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10467 

547-7226 

SCHULMAN, Larry 

41 Baker Hill Rd. 

Great Neck, N.Y. 11023 

516-482-0529 

SCHWARTZ, Joshua 

IIOMidwoodRd. 

Teaneck, N.J. 07666 

201-833-0189 

SCHWITZER, David 

R.F.D. Box 254 

Canterbury, Conn. 

546-9173 

SEBAG, Michael 

175 West 76th St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10023 

799-6703 

SEIDMAN, Myron 

79-34 209th St. 

Batside, N.Y. 11364 

465-2155 

SHATZ, David 

390 West End Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10024 

874-0444 

SHAVRICK, Barry 

26 Suzanne Dr. 

Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

914-356-9346 

SHELDON, Edward 

154 W. Beech St. 

LongBeach, N.Y. 11561 

516-432-1834 

SHOR, Asher 

65-44 Saunders St. 

RegoPark, N.Y. 11374 

896-0430 

SILVER, Ahron 

2921 N. 2nd St. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17110 

234-6427 

SINGER, FRED 

752 Cottage PI. 

Teaneck, N.J. 

201-836-8099 

SOLYMOSY, Roger 

220Whalen Place 

Riverdale, N.Y. 10471 

549-1485 

SPIEGEL, Alan 

158-18 Riverside Dr. West 

N.Y., N.Y. 10032 



568-5174 

SPITZ, Robert 

97-12 67th Ave. 

ForestHills, N.Y. 11375 

897-1969 

STEIN, Reynold 

63-61 99th St. 

RegoPark, N.Y. 11374 

897-1135 

STEINBAUM, S. 

2320 Seymour Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10462 

652-8723 

TANNENBAUM, E. 

12EllishPkwy. 

SpringValley, N.Y. 10977 

914-352-2440 

TYKOCINSKI, M. 

2000 Lin wood Ave. 

Fort Lee, N.J. 07024 

201-947-7008 

WEIL, Leon 

80-24 Lefferets Ave. 

Kew Gardens, N.Y. 11415 

441-1914 

WEINBERGER, P. 

170 Passaic Ave. 

Passail, N.J. 07055 

201-472-9855 

WEISS, Jack 

884 West End Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 10025 

222-7314 

WEST, Avi 

226-01 135th Ave. 

Laurelton, N.Y. 11413 

525-7733 

WILZIG, David 

713 Ave. H 

Bklyn, N.Y. 11230 

859-4634 

WINRICH, Marvin 

455 F.D.R. Drive 

N.Y., N.Y. 10002 

677-0367 

WINTER, Steven 

88 Vista Terrace 

New Haven, Conn. 06515 

203-387-0953 

WISE, Stuart 

435 Palisado Ave. 

Windsor, Conn. 06095 

203-688-9989 

WOLK, Howard 

17-41 Utopia Pkwy. 

Whitestone, N.Y. 11357 

229-3170 

YASGUR, Ben 

23-57 143 St. 

Whitestone, N.Y. 11357 

353-1655 

ZELKOWITZ, R. 

2117 S.W. 19 Terr. 

Miami, Florida 33145 

305-448-6967 

ZLOTNICK, S. 

1674 Macombs Rd. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10453 

878-9994 

ZUBER.MAN, Izzy 

2547 Bronxwood Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10469 

547-4452 



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