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MASMID 1965 

Theme 5 

Dedication 7 

Administration 9 

Faculty 19 

Seniors 65 

Literary 91 

Activities 101 

Atliletics 123 

Advertisement 133 




In the world of the Yeshiva student there is no word more overused 
than "Tradition." From our earliest childhood the importance of 
adhering to the letter of Halacha has been drummed into us. The 
values have seeped into us unconsciously, forming the very background 
of the air we breathed and the words we heard. 

Yet as T. S. Eliot cogently expressed it in a famous essay, 
"Tradition cannot be inherited. If you want it you must obtain it by 
great labor." Too often, we have taken its meaning and its relevance 
for granted. The fact of its being there has made us complacent, and, 
we have refused to consider intellectually the basis of our devotion. 

Our college experience can help us appreciate anew the meaning 
and value of tradition. We have become conscious of the various roads 
the mind of man can travel in its pursuit of the self. The physical 
sciences have one approach. Psychology, sociology, political science 
illuminate another perspective. Literature, the arts and history point 
up still other paths. Our education has resulted in our becoming 
aware of the infinite complexity of the human personality and the 
world in which it lives. The "acids of modernity," in Walter Lippmann's 
phrase, have turned many of us into relitivists. Even in a yeshiva 
environment we have been affected by the assaults on our inner sense 
of security launched by the advance of modern knowledge. 




Yet, in the final analysis, it is this very conflict that has brought us 
to a more mature understanding of our tradition. True Emunah exists 
neither in ignorance of alternatives nor in proclamation amorphous 
natural religion that marches to the tune of changing historical value. 
True Emunah is that which takes into account the standards of critical 
judgment, of rationalism and materialism, understands their value and 
rejects them in the name of a higher standard — the values of the Torah. 

The adult necessarily deals with his world in a fragmentary pro- 
visional, one might almost say, instrumental way. But this method does 
not provide ultimate fulfillment. It is only by realizing that one is part 
of a tradition that is greater than oneself and attaching oneself to it 
that one can achieve the inner serenity that is so lacking in a world of 
strife and alienation. 

In the pages that follow we try to show how tradition has permeated 
every area of our life at Yeshiva and shaped the personalities that we 
have become today. 



DEDICATION 



DR. MEYER ATLAS 





In an age when the frontiers of knowledge are constantly expanding 
it is rare to find a man who can be, at once, scholar and teacher. 
Too often, the instructor whose greatest wish is to give to his knowl- 
edge, is the young graduate student. Too often, the goal of the experi- 
enced scholar is withdrawal from the classroom into the library. It is 
then particularly gratifying to know that we have in our midst a man 
whose scholarship is equalled only by his desire and ability to give to 
his learning — Dr. Meyer Atlas. 







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Every tradition no matter how sacred must be carried into effect by 
human beings. Yeshiva is indeed fortunate in the quality of people that 
have served her courageously throughout these many years. Their skill 
and dedication have made possible the continued growth and prestige 
of our institution, enabling more students to benefit from the unique 
programs she has to offer. 

Dr. Revel and the early founders of Yeshiva had left us with a dream 
and the foundations upon which to build to fulfill that dream. The men 
pictured in the pages that follow have helped turn that dream into 
reality, by their tireless devotion, relentless hard work, and heartfelt 
attachment to the tradition that was entrusted to their care. 




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As you conclude your studies at Yeshiva College, I extend my sin- 
cerest congratulations for your future achievements and wish you every 
success in your future endeavors. 

In the years ahead, much of the specific details you have learned 
may fade from memory. More lasting than the details of any discipline 
are the precepts and values which you have imbibed here. This residue 
will determine the course of your life. 

The nature of Yeshiva College assures every student the opportunity 
to gain a full measure of these perdurable truths. Here the liberal arts 
and sciences are coupled with the moral and spiritual teachings of 
Judaism. Here one may absorb the essence of Torah while examining 
the world in which we live, the lives and destinies of the people among 
whom we live. 

I trust that, under the guiding principles of our faith, you will 
continue to grow from strength to strength as a benha-yeshiva all the 
days of your life. 

Sincerely yours, 

DR. SAMUEL BELKIN 

President 




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RABBI DR. EMANUEL RACKMAN 
Assistant to the President 




DR. HYMAN B. GRINSTEIN 
Director of Teachers Institute 




RABBI MORRIS BESDIN 
Chairman of Jewish Studies Program 




MR. NORMAN B. ABRAMS 

Administrative Director of 
Rabbi Issac Elchanan Theological Seminary 



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RABBI DAVID MIRSKY 

Dean of Admissions 




Yesniva 
College 




MR. MORRIS SILVERMAN 

University Registrar 



MR. SHELDON SOCOL 
Bursar 




Tne Dean's 
Messade 



DR. ISAAC BACON 

Dean, Yeshiva College 



In a time when colleges are being reproached for the shoddy educa- 
tional treatment students are given on all levels through young, inex- 
perienced graduate assistants, you at Yeshiva College had the privilege 
of receiving your instructions from competent professors and skillful 
teachers. 

In a time when institutions of higher learning are being upbraided 
for failing badly in their educational tasks and when faculty members 
are being criticised for their indifference to the educational needs of 
individual students and for their abdication from educational respon- 
sibilities, you had the opportunity to benefit from living in a small 
community of scholars, in the religious as well as in the secular field, 
who gave your life direction and purpose and who, through maintaining 
and insisting on a moral and intellectual discipline, helped you raise 
your sights on ideas and ideals. 

As you, members of the 34th graduating class, leave the sacred halls 
of Yeshiva, the best wishes of the faculty and the administration go 
with you. I hope that whether you be far or near you will always retain 
interest in your Alma Mater and her concerns, and I wish each and 
every one of you farewell in the sense that you may truly fare well. 

DR. ISAAC BACON 



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The Admission's Office 




RABBI MEYER EDELSTEIN 

Assistant to the Registrar 



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RABBI J. MITCHELL ORLIAN 
Assistant to the Registrar 



RABBI ABNER GROFF 
Assistant Director of Admissions 



RABBI JERRY WITKIN 

Assistant Director of Admissions 
Registrars Office 




Registrar's Office 



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A tradition that is to live must be transmitted from one generation ^^ 

to the next. Though our tradition counsels each individual to pass on 
the teachings of his father to his children, few can stand up to the 
responsibility of immersion within the Torah by day and by night; the 
responsibility that is fundamental to the preservation and continuation 
of the Masora. Even fewer, can make the tradition live in the minds 
and hearts of their neighbors' children. These few are our Roshei 
Yeshiva, of whom it can be rightly said — Lo hatorah bashamaim hee. 



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Rabbi Jeruchim Gorelick 



Rabbi Henoch Fishman 



Rabbi Ephraim Steinberg 





Rabbi Noah Borenstein 




Rabbi Michael Katz 



Rabbi Joseph Arnest 




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RABBI ISAAC ELCHANAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 





Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik 




Rabbi Samuel Volk 



Rabbi Aaron Shatzkes 



Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveichik 



Rabbi Aaron Lichtenstein 




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TEACHERS INSTITUTE FOR MEN 




Dr. Meyer Herskovics 
Jewish Studies 




Dr. Hyman B. Grinstein 
Jewish History 




Rabbi Israel Wohlgelemter 
Talmud 




Rabbi Chaim B. Gulevsky 
Talmud 




Rabbi Simon Romm 
Talmud 




Rabbi Aaron Kreiser 
Talmud 




Dr. Irving A. Agus 
History 



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Rabbi J. Mitchell Orlian 
Bible 




Mr. Abraham Stern 
Education 





Dr. Moshe Reguer 
Bible 




Rabbi Chaim Zimbalist 
Talmud 




Rabbi Norman Lamm 
Philosophy 




Rabbi Abraham Zimels 
Hebrew 



Dr. Isidor Margolis 
Education 




Mr. Chaim Leaf 
Hebrew 




Rabbi Philip Raymon 
Mishnah and Dinin 




Dr. Herman Axelrod 
Education 




Dr. Meir Havazelet 
Hebrew 



Mr. Neuberger 
Hebrew 




Dr. Moshe Carmiily 
Bible 




Dr. Menachem M. Brayer 
Bible 





Rabbi Morris Besdin 
Bible 





Rabbi Abraham Zimels 
Mishna 



Rabbi Martin Gordon 
Dinim 





Rabbi Sherman Siff 
Talmud and Bible 



JEWISH STUDIES PROGRAM 




Rabbi Israel Wohgelernter 
Religious Philosophy 




Dr. Asher Siev 
Hebrew 




Rabbi Steven Riskin 
Talmud 




Rabbi Philip Riess 
Talmud and Bible 





Rabbi Morris Chait 
Talmud 



Dr. Moshe Reguer 
Hebrew 




Dr. Andre Neuschloss 
Jewish History 



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JEWISH STUDIES 




Dr. Moshe Carmilly 
Assistant Professor of Bible 



Dr. Menachem M. Brayer 
Associate Professor of Bible 



Dr. Moshe Reguer 
Assistant Professor of Bible 






Dr. Mayer Herskovics 
Assistant Professor of Bible 



Dr. Aaron Skaist 
Instructor in Bible 




Rabbi Dr. Michael Katz 
Assistant Professor of Bible 





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Jewish tradition in the United States has meant response to the chal- 
lenge of acculturation to the bland, amorphous, indulgent "Religion of 
America." Yeshiva's unique contribution in meeting this challenge has 
been to introduce its students to the highest reaches of Western intellec- 
tual thought at the same time that it gently led them through the la- 
byrinthian ways of the Talmud. The hope of the Founders has been 
that the two traditions would enrich and ennoble each other, thus mak- 
ing it possible for the individual student to form for himself a fruitful 
synthesis enabling him to face the outside world with equanimity and 
purpose. 

Our college faculty has contributed greatly in helping to achieve 
this synthesis. Attending their classes in philosophy, history, English, 
mathematics, our tools for reasoning were sharpened and our sense 
of indebtedness to our Jewish tradition was deepened. Our teachers 
have helped us emerge as more mature human being capable of dealing 
realistically and purposively with the problems confronting us in the 
outside world. 





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SOCIAL SCIENCES 




Dr. Louis Feldman 
Associate Professor 



Mr. Richard Schneider 
Visiting Lecturer 




Dr. Irving Greenberg 
Associate Professor 



HISTORY 





Dr. Aaron Skaist 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Alexander Brody 
Professor 



Mr. Robert Weisbord 
Visiting Instructor 





Dr. Mayer Herskovics 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Irving Agus 
Professor 




Dr. Meyer Feldblum 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Hyman B. Grinstein 
Professor 




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POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Dr. Joseph Dunner 
Petegorsky Professor 





Dr. Charles Liebman 
Assistant Professor 



Dr. Emmanuel Rackman 
Associate Professor 





Dr. Martin Golding 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



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PHILOSOPHY 




Dr. Arthur Hyman 
Associate Professor 





Dr. Alexander Litman 
Professor 




Dr. Arthur Woodruff 
Assistant Professor 



Rabbi Joshua Shmidman 
Visiting Lecturer 



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PSYCHOLOGY 



Dr. Helmut Adler 
Professor 





Dr. Sidney Pleskin 
Associate Professor 




Dr. Manny Sternlicht 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



SOCIOLOGY 




Rabbi Jerry Hochbaum 
Instructor 



Dr. Gilbert Klaperman 
Visiting Assistant Professor 






Prof. Nathan Goldberg 
Professor 



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ECONOMICS 




Dr. Alexander Brody 
Professor 




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Dr. Jack Cohn 
Visiting Lecturer 





Dr. Sidney Pleskin 
Associate Professor 



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Mr. Richard Bartel 
Visiting Lecturer 




Rabbi William Cohen 
Visiting Lecturer 



HYGIENE 




Professor Arthur Tauber 
Visiting Assistant Professor 




Professor Abraham Hurwitz 
Professor 




NATURAL SCIENCES 




Dr. Samuel Soleveitchik 
Associate Professor 




Dr. Jack Pesach 
Associate Professor 






Dr. Eli Levine 
Professor 



Dr. William Spindel 
Professor 



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Dr. Samuel Blackman 
Visiting Lecturer 




Mrs. Ida Dobkin 
Instructor 




CHEMISTRY 




Dr. Steven Ferren 
Associate Professor 




Mr. Joseph Liebovitz 
Lab Instructor 




Dr. Leon Landovitz 
Associate Professor 





PHYSICS 




Dr. Arthur Woodruff 
Assistant Professor 





Professor Peretz Posen 
Assistant Professor 



Dr. Ahee Peterson 
Associate Professor 





Dr. Yakiv Aharonov 
Associate Professor 




Dr. Ralph Behrends 
Associate Professor 



Mr. Joshua Schuchatowitz 
Lab Instructor 





Dr. David Finkelstein 
Associate Professor 



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BIOLOGY 




Dr. Herman Dlugatz 
Visiting Instructor 




Mr. Norman Gates 
Visiting Instructor 




Dr. Meyer Atlas 
Professor 




Dr. Saul Wischnitzer 
Assistant Professor 



NOT pictured: 

Dr. Moses D. Tendler 

Assistant Professor 




Dr. Henry Lisman 
Professor 





Dr. Harold Shulman 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Harvey Senter 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



Dr. Leopold Flatto 
Associate Professor 





Rabbi Jerome Blau 
Teaching Fellow 








Mr. Aaron Lebowitz 
Teaching Fellow 



MATHEMATICS 



NOT pictured: 

Dr. Donald Newman 

Assistant Professor 




Mr. Louis Raymon 
Teaching Fellow 



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THE HUMANITES 




MUSIC 




Dr. Marvin Salzberg 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



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Dr. Maurice Chernowitz 
Professor 





Dr. Karl Adler 
Professor 



NOT pictured: 

Dr. Paul Rosenfeld 

Visiting Assistant Professor 




CLASSICS 




Dr. Louis Feldman 
Associate Professor 




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Dr. David Fleischer 
Professor 



NOT pictured: 

Mr. Richard Schneider 

Visiting Lecturer 




Dr. Maurice Wohlgelernter 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Irving S. Linn 
Professor 



Dr. Seymour Lainoff 
Associate Professor 




ENGLISH 




Professor David Mirsky 
Associate Professor 




Mr. Leo Taubes 
Instructor 



Dr. Manfred Weidhorn 
Assistant Professor 




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NOT pictured: 

Rabbi Jerry Blidstein 

Visiting Lecturer 

Mrs. Doris Cammett 
Visiting Lecturer 




Prof. Hayim Leaf 
Assistant Professor 



HEBREW 




Dr. Milton Arfa 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



Dr. Gershon Churgin 
Professor 





Mrs. Selma Glanz 
Visiting Lecturer 





Rabbi Charles Spim 
Visiting Lecturer 



Mr. Steven Werner 
Visiting Lecturer 



FRENCH 





Dr. Femand Vial 
Visiting Professor 



Dr. Maurice Baudin 

Visiting Professor 




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SPANISH 




Dr. Maurice Chemowitz 
Professor 



Dr. Louis Sas 
Visiting Professor 





RUSSIAN 



Mr. Arthur Saharoff 
Visiting Lecturer 




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Dr. Ralph Rosenberg 
Professor 



GERMAN 



Dr. Murray H. Feder 
Visiting Lecturer 




Mr. Thomas Knudson 
Visiting Lecturer 




LANGUAGE LABORATORY 




Dr. Abraham Hurwitz 
Professor 



SPEECH 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 





Mr. Bernard Sarachek 
Director of Athletics 




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Prof. Arthur Tauber 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



Mr. Henry Wittenberg 
Visiting Instructor 




Mr. Eli Epstein 
Visiting Instructor 




Prof. Hy Wettstein 
Visiting Assistant Professor 





Mr. Solomon Zeides 
Instructor Librarian 





Mr. Jacob Dienstag 
Lecturer Librarian 





Mr. S. Mandelbaum 




Dr. Abraham Duker 
Professor 



Mr. Joe Shapiro 



Mr. Aaron Gursky 






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ORIENTATION 




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Mrs. Barbara Ohlson 
Instructor 




Mrs. Aurel Keating 



NOT pictured: 

Dr. Charlotte Croman 

Visiting Assistant Professor 

Dr. Abraham Tauber 
Visiting Professor 




Rabbi Edward Diamond 
Guidance Counselor 



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Rabbi Joshua Cheifetz 





Mr. Max Baer 



STAFF 



Dr. Menachem Brayer 
Consultant Psychologist 





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Vhecmidu Talmidim Harbeh — Assemble unto 
thyself many disciples. This, in the last essence, 
is all that the teacher is able to do; Teach and 
make his teachings available. But no matter what 
his efforts may be, his teaching will only be 
available to those who are willing to learn. The 
Yeshiva has fulfilled its role — it has taught. We 
have attempted to fulfill ours. Whether or not 
we have succeeded will be known only when we 
have become teachers and the tradition has lived 
on yet another generation. 



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Gerald William Abramoff 

RIETS — Mathematics 
Commentator, Business Staff. 
Dorm Synagogue Committee 



Michael Aronwald 

JSP — Pre-Medical 

Asst. Sports Ed. "The Commentator" 

Varsity Basketball Team 



Aryeh Botwinick 

RIETS — Political Science 
Pi Gamma Mu, President 
MASMID, Literary Editor 




Charles Brand 

JSP — History 






Melvyn Brand 

RIETS — Mathematics 

Dramatics Society 

Alumni Committee, Chairman 



Ralph Cheifetz 

TI — English 

Commentator, Literary Editor 

Sigma Tau Delta, President 



Michael Chernick 

RIETS — English 

Club Co-ordinator 

Commentator, Typing Editor 



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Marvin Laurence Chertok 

TI — Sociology 
MASMID, Typing Staff 
Bowling Team, Manager 




Donald Stanley Davis 

JSP-TI — Political Science 

Debating Society, President 

Student Court Justice 




Yale Drazin 

RIETS — Mathematics 

Student Court Justice 

Raconter, Associate Editor 



David Y. Ebner 

RIETS — Sociology 

Kol, Associate Editor 

Student Council, Representative 





Abba Engleberg 

RIETS — Mathematics 
Pi Mil Epsilon 






Stewart Epstein 

TI — Economics 

Awards Committee, Chairman 

Economics Club, Chairman 



Stanley Fass 

RIETS — Chemical Engineering 

Student Council, Representative 

Engineering Advisory Committee, 

Chairman 



Martin Leon Feldman 

TI — Pre-Dental 

MASMID, Associate Editor 

i\ir. Associate Editor 




Michael B. Fine 

RIETS — Philosophy 
Deans List 



Alan Felsenfeld 

JSP — Pre-Medical 

Commentator, Associate Editor 

Dramatics Society, President 




'The best wishes of the 
administration . . ." 



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Noori Fisher 

TI — History 

MASMID, Photography Editor 

Commentator, Photography Editor 





David Finer 

TI — History 

Pre-Law Club, Vice-President 

Blood Drive, Chairman 



Richard Forman 

RIETS-JSP — Mathematics 

MASMID, Business Manager 

Dramatics Society, Associate Editor 




Sheldon Fink 

RIETS — History 

MASMID, Editor-in-Chief 

College Bowl 





Jay Garsman 

JSP — Pre-Medical 

Commentator, Assist. Sports Editor 

Varsity Basketball 



Wayne Franklin 

JSP — Sociology 
Student Council, Representative 
Student Court, Asosciate Justice 





Edward Fritz 

JSP — Sociology 

JSP Student Council, 

Guidance Chairman 

Sociology Club 



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Robert Gelber 

JSP — Psychology 

Kol, Assistant Managing Editor 

Psychology Club 





Irwln Geller 

TI-RIETS — English 
Commentator, Feature Editor 
Hamevaser, Associate Editor 



Marvin Glick 

RIETS — Psychology 

Psychology Club 

T.A.T. 




David Glicksman 

RIETS — History 

Circle Francais 

Pi Delta Phi 




Arthur Ira Goldberg 

RIETS — History 

Canvassing Committee 

Young Democrats, Vice-President 



Howard Warren Goldman 

TI — Biology 

Dramatics Society 

Fencing Team, Captain 





"Mighty oaks from little acorns 




Gilbert GoIIer 

TI — Chemistry 

Nir, Editor-in-Chief 

Wrestling Team, Captain 



Gerald C. Goldstein 

JSP — Sociology 

Commentator, Associate Business 

Manager 

Sociology Club, Secretary-Treasurer 



Stephen Gralla 

JSP — • Economics 

Varsity Basketball, Captain 

Commentator, Executive Assistant 




Alex Gonter 

RIETS — Mathematics 

Young Democrats 

Religious Articles Committee, 

Chairman 





Alex K. Gross 

RIETS — English 

Student Council, Representative 

Commentator, Typing Editor 






Daniel Hain 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Faculty-Student Judiciary Committee 

Pre-Med Society 



Jack Haller 
RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Dramatics Society 
Tennis Team, Captain 



Michael Harris 

TI — Pre-Medical 

Tl Student Council, President 

Commentator, Staff 




Herbert Hermele 

TI — Pre-Medical 

Commentator, Editor-in-Chief 

International Relations — Model U.N. 



Joseph Hirsch 

RIETS — History 

MASMID, Typing Staff 

Pi Gamma Mu 




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Lee Hirschman 

TI — Pre-Law 





Sander Hirth 

RIETS — Political Science 

Swimming Instructor 



Herbert Horowitz 

RIETS — History 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Blood Drive, Chairman 





Eugene Hurwitz 

TI — Sociology 

Mizrchi Hatzair, Vice-President 

TI Directors List 




Laurence Kaplan 

RIETS — History 

International Relations Society, 

Secretary- Treasurer 

College Bowl 




Henry L. Kaplowitz 

TI — Psychology 

Psychology Journal, Editor-in-Chief 

MASMID, Photography Editor 



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Murray Katz 

RIETS — Mathematics 

Pi Mil Epsilon, Vice-President 

Debating Society 



Neil Katz 

TI — Psychology 

Psychology Journal, Editor-in-Chief 

Varsity Basketball 





Steven Katz 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Student Council, President 

Student Court, Justice 




Soame R. Kidorf 

JSP — PoUtical Science 

Hamevaser, Assistant Feature Editor 

Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-President 




Murray Kohn 

RIETS — Pre-Dental 

Safety Campaign 
Blood Drive 



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Paul Levitz 

JSP — Political Science 

M ASM ID, Sporl.i Editor 

Pre-Law Club 




Justin Lewis 

TI — History 
Mizrahi Hatzair Member 



Noah Isaac Lightman 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Student Court Associate Justice 

Varsity Tennis Team 




Leslie Lipnick 

TI — Hebrew 
MASMID, Typing Staff 
TI Israel Study Seminar 



Sidney Lipstein 

TI — Pre-Law Political Science 

Commentator, Assist. Sports Editor 

MASMID, Business Manager 



Eugene A. Mandel 

TI — Pre-Medical 
Nir, Copy Staff 







Joseph B. Mandel 

RIETS — Mathematics 

Chess Team 
Intramurals 






Laurence Jay Marton 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Pre-Med Society, President 

Varsity Wrestling 



Saul Mednick 

RIETS — Pre-Dental 

SOY Representative 

Senior Member, Student Court 



Stuart Mentzel 

TI — Sociology 

Sociology Club 

Blood Drive 





James Michaelis 

TI — Psychology-Ed. 

Literary Society 

Chess Team 




Ben Milchman 

TI — Economics 

MASMID, Typing Editor 

Economics Club, Chairman 



Phillip B. Morginstin 

TI — Pre-Law 

Student Court Justice 
Commentator, Assist. Copy Editor 




EUeser Neuburger 

TI — Political Science 

Nir, Managing Editor 

TI Valedictorian 





Paul Okon 

TI — Pre-Dental 

International Relations Society 

First Aid Instructor 




NeU S. Olshan 

RIETS — History 

History Club 
Young Democrats 



"Once upon a midnight 
dreary ..." 




Ira Novich 

TI — Pre-Medical 

Pre-Med Society 

Intramural Basketball 



Seymour Perl 

TI — Pre-Medical 
Chemistry Club 
Pre-Med Society 







Sidney Plitnick 

TI — Ed.-Psychology 
TI Director's List 1961 



Biiice E. Rachlin 

JSP — Philosophy 

JSP President 

Young Democrats, Vice-President 



Stanley Raskas 

TI — Economics 

YC Student Council, 

Secretary- Treasurer 

Commentator, Senior Editor 




Heshy Rosenbaum 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 
Junior Class, President 
MASMID, Sports Editor 



Sanford Reinhard 

JSP — Political Science 

Pre-Law Club 

Phi Gamma Mu 






Ira Rifkin 

TI — Pre-Medical 

MASMID, Associate Editor 

Chemistry Club, President 



Sergio Rothstein 

TI — Psychology 

KOL, Managing Editor 

MASMID, Typing Editor 




Shaul Rotter 

TI — Physics 
NIR, Editor-in-Chief 
Veteran, Israeli Army 




Ronald Schechter 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Commentor, News Staff 

Student Court 




Kopi Saltman 

RIETS — History 

Commentator, Literary 

Supplement Editor 

Dean's List 




Henry Schmuckler 

RIETS — Biology 
Dean's Reception 





Michael Samet 

TI — Mathematics 

Kol, Business Manager 
Tennis Team, Captain 



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David Schreiber 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

MASMID, Business Manager 
Senior Class, President 






Gerald Schwartz 

RIETS — Psychology 

Psychology Club, Secretary-Treasurer 
Student Seforim Exchange 



Robert H. Schulman 

TI — Pre-Medical 

Commentator, Business Staff 
Canvass Committee, TI Elections 




William Schwartz 

RIETS — Pre-Medical 

Student Council, Vice-President 
MASMID, Managing Editor 



In Memoriam: "Freddy" 



Alan Neil Shapiro 

JSP — English 

MASMID, Literary Editor 
Kol, Editor-in-Chief 







David G. Shapiro 

RIETS — Philosophy 

SC-Club, Co-ordinator 
Seforim Exchange 



Laurence Shore 

Tl — Biology 

Mizrachi Hatzair, President 
Y.U. Junior Abroad Program 



Ezra Silovitz 

JSP — Physics 
Physics Club, Vice-President 




"Now you see it. 



Sheldon Silver 

TI — Political Science 

Pre-Law Club, President 
Varsity Basketball, Head Manager 





Fred Silverman 

RIETS — Sociology 
Sociology Club, Chairman, 1964-5 



Norman Steven Smith 

JSP — Psychology 

Jewish Studies Program Student 

Council, Secretary-Treasurer 1962 

President 1963 

Student Court, Chief Justice 




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Henry I. Sobel 

RIETS — French Literature 

Le Flanbeau, Editor-in-Chief 
Pi Delta Phi, President 



Theodore Sohnen 

RIETS — French 

Raconter, Editor 

Pi Delta Pi Member 




Selig Solomon 

JSP — Pre-Dental 

Commentator, Business Editor 
Registration Committee 



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EPHAIM FLEISHER MEMORIAL 
AWARD 




LAWRENCE KAPLAN 

Winner— 1965— 



Wken G-D Is Silent 

Hester Pamim in tne dooks 
or Eicna, JoJd ana Haoakuk 



— Lawrence Kaplan 



The gravest religious crisis that can confront the man of faith 
is the phenomenon of "Hester Panim," of G-d's "hiding His 
face," G-d's silence. 

Surely the cry, "My G-d, my G-d, why hast Thou forsaken 
me?" is the most agonizing and despairing cry that resounds in 
the entire Bible. For the man who has lived in the shadow of 
G-d's presence, for whom G-d's care and concern, G-d's justice 
and love, have been living realities to be suddenly abandoned 
and forsaken, deserted, is to experience a crisis of such awful 
and soul-shattering dimensions that his faith may be broken and 
crushed. For he who has encountered G-d in both nature and 
history to see both these spheres suddenly emptied of all Divinity, 
nay, even handed over to the forces of evil, is to come face to 
face with the horrible possibility that his faith has been a snare 
and a delusion. 

If G-d is only "in His heaven," then all cannot be "right with 
the world." Religion begins when G-d descends from heaven 
and embraces man with His loving concern. Religion begins with 
the intimate relationship and bond that G-d Himself has estab- 
lished between Himself and man. And, if G-d breaks that bond, 
withdraws from this earth, and ascends, once again, into His 
heaven, then religion must end. And for the religious individual 
who no longer can discern G-d's presence in his own life and 
that of mankind, who no longer experiences G-d's constant "be- 
ing with him," Ehyeh Imcha, it seems as if. indeed, religion has 
ended. 

Such a crisis confronted the Jewish people in the years pre- 
ceding the destruction of the first temple. The people of Israel, 
the chosen people, the people of whom G-d, speaking through 
his prophet, had said, "You only of all the peoples of the earth 
have I known," the people who had seen G-d's special covenant 
with them being actualized and realized throughout the entire 
course of their historical existence, was now weak and emascu- 
lated. Ever since the battle of Megiddo, when Pharoh Necho 
defeated King Josiah, the independence of the Judean common- 
wealth was, for all practical purposes, lost. And with the con- 



quest of Judea by the Babylonians, the destruction of the 
Temple, and the forced mass exile that followed, there could be 
no doubt that G-d had, indeed, "hidden His face." It seemed 
as if the Jewish people and the Jewish religion were dead, or, 
if not quite dead, at least rapidly dying. And, how could it be 
otherwise? Had not G-d withdrawn His sheltering presence from 
His people and left them exposed to the destructive forces of a 
Godless world? 

Was there any way out of this despair? What reply could the 
Jews make in the face of "Hester Panim?" Indeed, was there 
any reply they could make? 

I wish to suggest that in the book of Eicha, especially in the 
crucial chapters three and five, the prophet Jeremiah formulated, 
out of the depths of his own experience, the Jewish response to 
the crisis of "Hester Panim." I also wish to show how Job when 
confronted by the same crisis, in a parallel situation, responded 
in substantially the same manner as Jeremiah. And, finally, I 
wish to examine the book of Habakuk in terms of being G-d's 
answer to this most challenging, baffling and soul corroding in 
all religious crises. 



II 

"I am the man that hath seen afflictions by the rod of His 
wrath." Only in the third chapter of Eicha, does Jeremiah's bitter 
lament first strike a note of personal suffering and anguish. In 
the first two chapters Jeremiah laments over his people's bereave- 
ment and loss. In the third chapter he speaks of his own losses. 
"I am the man — ani hagever." Speaking both as a prophet and 
as the personification of his people, Jeremiah cries out that G-d 
has adbandoned him. Both as a prophet — for G-d gave him the 
thankless task of admonishing and rebuking a people that would 
not listen to him, that persecuted him and nearly killed him — 
and as the personification of his people — for as the people's 
prophet the suffering and anguish of the Jews in the face of 
"Hester Panim" becomes Jeremiah's own. Nay, G-d has not only 
abandoned him but has become his personal enemy. "He was 
unto me as a bear lying in wait, and as a lion in secret places." 
And, as his despair reaches almost unbearable proportions his 
faith nearly cracks. "And I said, my strength and my hope is 
perished from the Lord." 



Suddenly, though, in the midst of remembering this bitter, 
galling experience, Jeremiah recalls something to mind and is 
comforted. 

/ remembered my affliction and my misery 

the wormwood and the gall. 

My soul hath them still in rememberance 

and is humbled in me. 

This I recall to my mind, 

Therefore have I hope. 

What can be this sudden revelation that infuses such hope in 
him? 

Surely the Lord's mercies are not consumed, 

Surely His compassion fail not. 

They are new every morning. 

Great is thy faithfulness. 

'The Lord is my portion,' saith my spirit, 

'Therefore will I hope in Him'. 

But, has not Jeremiah just spoken of G-d's awful wrath which, 
at that very moment, is oppressing him? How can he then say 
that G-d's mercies are endless? Did Jeremiah see G-d's mercies 
revealed in the destruction of the Temple? 

How can Jeremiah assert that a man should wait for the sal- 
vation of the Lord when he has just said that G-d has cut off his 
prayer for redemption? How can he speak of salvation at all, 
when salvation is dead, is no longer a living force in his life? 

Here I wish to suggest that, if we are to understand Jeremiah's 
internal movement from despair to hope, we must differentiate 
between his faith and his belief. Faith is placing one's trust in a 
God whose presence one experiences daily. "And the people saw 
G-d and they had faith in G-d." Belief is intellectual assent to 
the fact that G-d is present even though his presence is hidden. 
When we live in faith we experience with the fullness of our en- 
tire being, our reason, our senses, our emotions, our will, G-d's 
care and concern made manifest clearly in history. When we live 
in belief, all we can do is to acknowledge that G-d's care and 
concern abides, for He has hidden His presence and we cannot 
discern His abiding care. 



Jeremiah could no longer experience redemption as a living 
reality. He still believed in a G-d that redeems. And, this belief 
was enough to give him hope. G-d's goodness may have been 
hidden from sight; yet the fact remained that G-d is good. And 
that fact was enough to give him hope.^ 

But, belief is only possible if faith has preceded it. Belief in 
a G-d that cares is only possible if at some point one has experi- 
enced G-d's care. Jeremiah, at the moment of "Hester Panim", 
could retain his hope in G-d for he remembered how G-d had 
once seized hold of his entire being. The Jewish people in exile 
could believe in G-d's redemptive powers for they remembered 
"the great hand of G-d" which took them out of Egypt. 

We may go further than that and say, together with Dr. Eli- 
ezer Berkovits, that belief is not only possible when preceded by 
faith but is a necessary outgrowth of it. 

In the encounter, man is "shown not that G-d happens to care 
at one particular moment but that he is a 
caring G-d. Therefore, even after the actual 
experience of the encounter has passed, the 
knowledge remains with man that G-d does 
not withdraw, that He does not abandon 
man, that the relationship of concern is not 
severed, even though it is no longer experi- 
enced. The knowledge follows logically 
from the encounter."" 



Yet, if belief follows logically from faith, psychologically it is a 
different matter altogether. For when the encounter with G-d is 
no longer possible one's faith can turn into a despairing abdica- 
tion of one's responsibility for searching out another alternative 
in place of the existential aspect of religion, indeed has it threat- 
ened to do with Jeremiah — that is, faith can turn into despair 
unless one can "recall to mind" the logical implications of one's 
previous encounter with G-d and the necessary consequences of 
belief. 

Belief follows faith and yet Jeremiah cannot rest content with 
belief alone. He may indeed, believe in G-d's concern, yet he 
yearns to experience it once more. If need be he will live by his 
belief yet he yearns to return to his living faith. In chapter five, 



then, the concluding chapter of Eicha, Jeremiah no longer la- 
ments his fate but addresses a prayer, a plea to G-d. 

Remember, O Lord what is come upon us 

Consider and behold our shame . . . 

Thou, O Lord remainest forever, 

Thy throne from generation to generation. 

Wherefore dost Thou forget us forever 

And forsake us for so long a time? 

Turn Thou us unto Thee, O Lord 

And we shall be turned, renew our days 

As of old. 

While it is then, the faith that results in belief that enables the 
prophet to move from despair to hope, he will always pray to 
G-d to return to him, enabling him to return to G-d in the faith 
of his days of old. 

Ill 

The same psychological, religious response to the crisis of 
"Hester Panim" that characterizes Eicha, characterizes the book 
of Job. Job's descriptions of his pains and travails are strikingly 
similar to that of Jeremiah's. Both Job and Jeremiah in the dark- 
ness, have G-d for their enemy, are abandoned by their people, 
and are afflicted with acute physical suffering.^ 

And Job's response is of a piece with that of Jeremiah. 
"Though He slay me, yet I will place my hope in Him."^ Job, 
who has known G-d's blessing as of old still believes in G-d's 
redemptive power though G-d has afflicted him sorely. "Know 
that my redeemer liveth," he exclaims in a moment of hope. 

Yet Job, while willing to believe, also refuses to remain con- 
tent with belief. He cannot rest content with G-d's silence. 

Who would see to it that I know 
where to find Him .... 
/ would present Him with my arguments 
And He would answer me, and I would 

understand 
what He would say unto me. 



Nor can he rest content with G-d's absence. 

O that I were as in the months of old 
As in the days when G-d watched over me, 
When His lamp shined above my head 
And by His light I walked through darkness 
When the Almighty was yet with me 
And my children were about me/ 

To be sure, Job's protests are much stronger than Jeremiah's 
prayers. For while Jeremiah can acknowledge that G-d has just 
cause for "hiding His face" in his situation, Job can see no justi- 
fication for such action in his. But the response to the crisis is, 
as I have said, essentially the same. 



IV 

We may ask, is such a response possible? Can the tension 
between the willingness to rest in belief if need be, and the un- 
willingness to rest content with that same belief, can that tension 
be maintained? Will not the willingness to rest in the belief of 
G-d's goodness and concern eventually result in resting content 
with that belief? Is it not likely that with the passage of time the 
believer will be content with the mere knowledge that G-d is 
present and no longer seek to experience His presence. And the 
other possibility is present as well. The unwillingness to rest con- 
tent in belief may lead to an unwillingness to believe at all. If 
one yearns for G-d to envelop him with His loving care and one's 
yearning remains unfulfilled, then this very unfulfilled yearning 
can lead to a denial of the fact that G-d does care even when "in 
hiding." 

Is it possible then to maintain the tension, the delicate balance 
between acceptance and dissatisfaction? 

It is possible, for it is G-d Himself who guarantees the main- 
tenance of the tension. Moreover, G-d embodies this tension, 
viewed from his own perspective of course, within himself as 
well. 

G-d presents us with this guarantee in the book of Habakuk. 
Habakuk has complained to G-d that injustice has triumphed 
and justice is trampled upon because G-d has ridden Himself 
from His people. And G-d replies with a dual answer. He de- 
mands that the righteous man live by his faith." And He promises 
to manifest Himself by executing judgement upon the wicked.' 
This dual reply would seem to contradict itself. If G-d will show 
Himself in judgement, what need is there for the belief that re- 
sults from faith? And if that belief is necessary, then is it not 



necessary precisely because G-d will continue to remain hidden? 

But it is the same tension at work again; the tension which 
man can live by, which man must live by, for this tension exists 
in G-d Himself and thus is its dynamic realization guaranteed. 
For every moment when G-d hides Himself He begins the process 
of redemption. On the day the Temple was destroyed, the Mes- 
siah was born. 

Here, then, in Eicha. Habakuk and Job, our view of the re- 
sponse to "Hester Panim", both the response of man and the 
response of G-d coalesce into a unity. 

In a time of "Hester Panim" man promises to live by his be- 
lief, yet never giving up his demand for redemption. And in a 
time of "Hester Panim" G-d, on His part, confronts us with the 
demand that we live out this crisis by our belief, confident and 
trusting in His promise of redemption. 

FOOTNOTES 

1. My distinction between belief and faith might seem to correspond to 
the well-known distinction between "belief that" and "belief in." This 
is not so. "Belief that" refers to a belief that a certain proposition is 
true. For example, "I believe that a prime mover exists." "Belief in" 
refers to a belief that invites one to place one's trust and confidence in 
another person, for example, "She believes in him." In the sense that I 
am using it, it is "belief in" since when one believes that G-d is con- 
cerned about man, even though that concern may be hidden, one is led 
to place his trust and hope in G-d, that is, he is led to "believe in" G-d. 
Faith, of course, is also a form of "believe in" occasioned by direct 
experience of G-d's presence. 

2. Eliezer Berkoviz, G-d, Man and History. Jonathan David, New York, 
1959, pp. 40-41. 

3. cf. Eicha 3: 2, 4, 10, 14 and Job 19:8, 11, 13-20, 21. 

4. Note the use of the word Ochil, Eicha 3:21, 24, 25 and Ayachil, 
Job 13:15. 

5. Note the use of the word Kedem, Eicha 5:21, Job 29:2. 

6. I have interpreted Emunah in the verse, "The righteous shall live by his 
faith" to mean the belief that results from faith, not faith itself. As 
there is no separate word for belief in Hebrew, Emunah can take on 
either meaning depending on context. 

7. The verse, "For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the 
glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea" which follows directly 
upon G-d's pronouncements of the coming destruction which He will 
execute upon the wicked is, contrary to the assertion of some modem 
critics, perfectly in place. We have only to assume that these pronounce- 
ments are part of G-d's answer to Habakuk's question "why Hester 
Panim?" If our assumption is correct, these pronouncements then, 
should be understood, as I have understood them, to mean that through 
G-d's destruction of the wicked He will make manifest His glory to all 
the inhabitants of the earth and no longer will His justice be hidden. 
"Daat HaShem", knowledge of the Lord, refers to a personal intimate 
relationship with G-d. cf. Hosea 2:22. 




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BASKETBALL 



INDIVIDUAL SCORES 











V.ll. BASKETBALL STATICTICS 










Name 


G 


FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


FT 


FTA 


Pet. 


RB 


Aver. 


Pts. 


Ave, 




Rokach . 


20 


109 


390 


.433 


132 


196 


.677 


411 


20.6 


470 


23.5 




Grail . . . 


20 


99 


220 


.450 


49 


68 


.721 


164 


8.2 


247 


12.4 




Stern . . . 


20 


S9 


191 


.408 


62 


100 


.620 


75 


3.8 


240 


12.0 




Halpert . 


20 


G3 


128 


.492 


27 


52 


.519 


73 


3.7 


153 


7.7 




Wiener . . 


10 


34 


92 


.370 


23 


30 


.767 


45 


2.7 


91 


6.7 




Palefski . 


19 


28 


44 


.630 


12 


22 


.646 


35 


1.8 


68 


3.6 




Shumansk 


.- 15 


6 


12 


.500 


S 


12 


.667 




0.5 


20 


1.3 




Spelser . . 


17 


:j 


15 


.200 


7 


9 


.778 


7 


0.4 


13 


0.8 




Pachter . 


9 


■1 


10 


.250 


3 


8 


.375 


10 


1.1 


11 


1.2 




Sherman 


5 


1 


2 


.500 


1 


2 


.500 


2 


0.4 


3 


0.0 




Kurz . . . 


11 





1 


.000 


3 


6 


.500 





0.0 


3 


0.3 




Bernstein 


3 





1 


.000 


2 


2 


1.000 





0.0 




0.7 




Goldschml 


it 3 


1 


3 


.333 








.000 





0.0 


2 


0.7 




Horn . . . 


1 








.000 








.000 





0.0 





0.0 




Fine .... 


5 





1 


.000 








.000 





0.0 





0.0 




Total 


20 


497 


1116 


.445 


328 


506 


.850 


860 


43.0 


1323 


66.2 




Opponents 


.20 


606 


1316 


.460 


242 


.384 


.630 


770 


38.8 


1454 


72.7 




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TEAM RECORD 
YU Opp. 

64 - Hunter College - 41 

100 Queens College — 96 

60 Bridgeport College -__ 92 

50 ....- Kings College -- 70 

85 Paterson State 53 

78 — - Scranton College 77 

61 '— Pace College .^ 67 

78 Brooklyn Poly 53 

50 Brooklyn College — - 79 

69 Kings Point 90 

76 -- Adelphi College ___ 104 

67 Hartford College 74 

44 Long Island University 84 

77 Drew College 61 

59 W. C. Post 80 

57 C.C.N.Y 73 

57 Pratt Institute 68 

60 Fairleigh Dickinson 7 1 

74 Marist 56 

57 Hartwick 65 



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Lost— 13 




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Coach — Bernard Sarachek 





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FENCING 






FENCING RECORD 

YU 0pp. 

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12 Fairleigh Dickinson 15 

10 New York Community College 17 

12 Rutgers University (Newark) 15 

14 St. Peter's (Jersey City) 13 

11 Drew University 16 

10 Fordham University 17 

9 Brooklyn College 18 

13 Brandeis University 14 

8 Brooklyn Poly 19 

3 Paterson State College 24 

9 New York Maritime 18 



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Coach Arthur Tauber and the Team 




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SABRE W I. Pet. 

Howard Feldman 20 13 .606 

John Konovltch 7 6 .538 

Alan Felsenfeld 14 20 .412 

.Martin Feldman 2 3 .400 

Shalom Rackovsky . . '. 3 13 .188 

Mark Serels 1 2 .333 

Robert Danziger 4 .000 

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Maurice Zauderer 11 22 .333 

Emanuel Saldlower ... 6 12 .333 

Arthur Mantel 2 5 .286 

Victor Kops 1 9 .100 

Howard Rothman ... 1 1.000 

Howard Goldberg '. 3 .000 

Howard Davis 2 .000 

Total 33 75 .305 

EPEE 

Victor Kops 10 6 .625 

Warren Goldman .... 11 10 .520 

Howard ■Qavla '. . . 8 13 .352 

John Konovltch 4 8 .333 

Howard Rothman .... 4 8 .333 

Alan Lehrer 4 5 .444 

John Bernstein 2 6 .143 

Robert Danziger . '. 2 .000 

Robert Goldberg 2 .000 

Arthur Mantel 1 .000 

Howard Rosman 1 .000 

Mark Serels • ■ . ■ 2 .000 

Total 43 66 .349 




Coach — Lorand Marcell 



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TEAM RECORD 

YU Opp. 
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18 Columbia University, JV 18 

5 Monmouth College 28 

5 Orange County Community Col. 33 

5 Seton Hall University 31 

31 - . New York Community Col. . _. 33 
28 Bronx Community Col 10 

6 ^_ Rutgers University (Newark) __ 30 
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17 Brandeis University 20 

19 Brooklyn Poly 11 

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