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DR. HYMAN B. GRINSTEIN 



To a man 

ivho has dedicated himself with absolute kindness. 

sincerity, love and compassion 

to instilling these same qualities in us, 

his students. 





To a man 

whose constant devotion to, 

and interest in our affairs 

has endowed them with worth and meaning. 



To a man 

■who has never been too busy 

or felt it beneath his dignity 

to provide moral or material support 

to a student in difficulty. 





To Dr. Hyman B. Grinstein 
We Dedicate this Masmid, 
with heartfelt affection, 
with deep-seated respect, 
and most of all 
with our thanks. 



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ADMINISTRATION 









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YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 

AMSTERDAM AVENUE & 1B6TH STREET 
NEW YORK 33, N. Y. 






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To the Yeshiva College Class of 1967: 








I am pleased to extend my sincerest congratulations to the 
Yeshiva College Class of 1967. May you have every success 
in your future endeavors. 








Yeshiva College stands as the embodiment of a concept at 
the heart of our faith: theory must be translated into practice, 
learning must lead to ethical conduct based upon the Divine 
laws of Torah. The pursuit of knowledge is fruitless unless 
it relates to the world around us. Without moral guidelines 
and constraints, life cannot achieve the spiritual fulfillment 
of which our sages spoke . 








Here you have studied the traditional disciplines of the yeshiva 
and the college, the teachings of Judaism and the liberal arts 
and sciences. More than this, you have experienced this 
duality so intensely that all elements merge into a unified 
approach to life . 








I trust that you will continue to grow from strength to strength 
in the consecrated service of our people and the further 
development of your innate capacities. 








Sincerely yours, 

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Samuel Belkin 
President 








June 12, 1967 









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Y E S H I VA 



UNIVERSITY 



YESHIVA COLLEGE 

id 186th Street / New York, N.Y, 10033 / (212) LOrraine 8-8400 



OFFICE OF THE DEAN 




TO THE CLASS OF 1967 

You had the privilege of living for four years in an atmosphere which 
fosters exchange of ideas and self -generated inquiry. The unique aspect 
of your education at Yeshiva College was that, in addition to majoring in 
one of the subjects traditional in an American liberal arts college, every 
one of you also took a major in the humanities in the form of Jewish studies, 
constituting at least one half of your total program. This dual program 
helped to sharpen your intellectual acuity and to raise the limits of your 
potential. The special nature of your morning studies reinforced by those 
in the afternoon deepened your moral, ethical and philosophical insights, 
broadened your attitudes, and, thus, conditioned you for a richer and more 
fruitful life. 

As you, members of the 36th 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 
Dean 



June 12, 1967 




left to right: 
Mrs. Atlas 
Mrs. Streich 
Mrs. Fischman 
Mrs. Epstein 
Mrs. Kaprow 
Mrs. Sheinman 
Miss Hines 
Mrs. Levenson 
Miss Sarah Meyer 



Dr. Emanuel Rackman 
Assistant to the President 




Rabbi Jacob Rabinowitz 
Dean of Men 




Dr. Saul Wischnitzer 
Assistant Dean 




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Dr. Seymour Lainoff 
Assistant to the Dean 





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Rabbi Milton Furst 
Assistant to the Dean 




Office of Admissions 




Professor David Mirsky 
Dean of Admissions 




Rabbi Abner Groff 
Assistant to the Dean 




Rabbi Jerry Witkin 
Assistant to the Dean 




right to left: 
Mrs. Gans 
Mrs. Glass 
Mrs. Frischling 
and Dodi 



Office of Student Finances 




Mr. Gary Kornspan 
Assistant to the Director 





Mr. Jack Nussbaum 
Assistant to the Director 



Mr. Sheldon E. Socol 
Director of Student Finances 




Office of the Registrar 





Rabbi Meyer Edelstein 
Assistant Registrar 




Professor Morris Silverman 
Registrar 



Rabbi J. Mitchell Orlian 
Assistant to the Registrar 




left to right: 
Mrs. Liss 
Mrs. Greenberg 
Mr. Larry 

Wachsman 
Mrs. Feeney 
Mrs. Fischel 
Mrs. Bond 
Mrs. Sachs 



Libraries 





Mr. Samuel Mandelbaum 
Ben Zion Beth Medrash Librarian 



Dr. Abraham G. Duker 
Director of Libraries 



Pollack Library 



Gottesman Library 





Mr. Solomon Zeides 
Instructor — Librarian 



Mr. Jacob I. Dienstag 
Lecturer — Librarian 






Mr. Phillip Fairstone 
Reference Librarian 



Mr. Aaron Gursky 
Library Clerk 



Mr. Joseph Shapiro 
Library Clerk 



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RELIGIOUS DIVISIONS 



Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary 






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HaRav Joseph B. Soloveitchik 



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Rabbi Emanuel Rackman 
Assistant to the Pre ski era 



Mr. Norman B. Abrams 
Administrative Director 





Rabbi Jacob Lessin 
Mashgiach ruchani 



Rabbi Mendel Zaks 
Bochain 



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Rabbi Avigdor Cyperstein 



Rabbi Joseph Weiss 




Rabbi David Lifschitz 





Rabbi Joseph Arnest 



Rabbi Moishe Hershler 



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Rabbi Samuel Volk 



Rabbi Henoch Fishmanz/"/ 



Rabbi Ephraim Steinberg 






Rabbi Noah Borenstein 



Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik 



Rabbi Jerucham Gorelick 






Rabbi Aaron Shatzkes 



Rabbi Michael Katz 



Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein 



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Rabbi Feivel Paretzky 





Rabbi Julius Parnes 



Rabbi Meyer Feldblum 




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Erna Michael College 




Dr. Hyman B. Grinstein 
Director 



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Rabbi Simon Romm 



Rabbi Aron Kreiser 






Rabbi Chaim Gulevsky 



Rabbi Abraham Krupnik 



Rabbi Moishe Hershler 





Rabbi Chaim Zimbalist 



Rabbi Joseph Lerner 



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Dr. Menachem Brayer 



Dr. Irving Agus 




Dr. Hayim Leaf 






Dr. Norman Lamm 



Dr. Mayer Herskovics 




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Dr. Moshe Carmilly 



Dr. Meir Havazeler 





Dr. Moshe Reguer 




Dr. Eric Zimmer 




Rabbi Israel Wohleelernter 



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Dr. Abraham Stern 




Dr. Sampson Isseroff 




Rabbi Philip Raymon 




Rabbi Mitchell Orlian 




Cantor Macy Nulman 




Mr. Joseph H.iusner 




Dr. Isidor Margolis 




Rabbi Itzhak Kerstein 




Rabbi Abraham Zimels 






Dr. Harry Wohlberg 



Mr. Harold Reich 



Dr. Herman Axelrod 





Rabbi Shmuel Raphael 



Rabbi Asher Murciano 




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James Striar School 




Rabbi Morris Besdin 
Director 



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Rabbi Meyer Berglas 





Dr. Andre Neuschloss 




Rabbi Leonard Rosenfeld 



Rabbi Manfred Fulda 



Rabbi Samuel Berman 





Rabbi Aaron Gelman 



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Rabbi Phillip Reiss 




Rabbi Oscar Wachstock 




Rabbi Pesach Oratz 





Rabbi Melech Press 




Dr. Eric Zimmer 



Rabbi Steven Riskin 




Dr. Moshe Reguer 



Rabbi Abba Zions 



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Rabbi Aaron Gewirtz 





Rabbi Benjamin Blech 



Dr. Asher Siev 



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Rabbi Bernard Goldenberg 





Rabbi Sherman Siff 




Rabbi Israel Wohlgelernter 



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Rabbi Morris Chait 



Dr. Aaron Skaist 



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YESHIVA COLLEGE 



FINE ARTS 



CLASSICS 




Dr. Maurice E. Chernowitz 
Professor 



Dr. Louis H. Feldman 
Professor 



BIOLOGY 




Dr. Moses D. Tendler 
Professor 



Dr. Saul Wischnitzer 
Associate Professor 




Dr. Max Hamburgh 
'ting Associate Professor 




Dr. Myron Jacobs 
Visiting Associate Professor 




Dr. Herman Dlugatz 
Visiting Instructor 





Dr. Meyer Atlas Z* 
Professor 



Mr. Rudolph Stern 
Assistant in Biology 



Mr. Simon Wiener 

Laboratory Assistant 




Mr. Morris Klein 

Instructor 




Mr. Joseph Levovitz 
Laboratory Instructor 



CHEMISTRY 





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'paciate Professor 



PHYSICS 




Dr. Aaron Krumbein 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



Dr. Leon Landovitz and Dr. Ralph Behrends 
Associate Professors 



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Dr. Gerald Horwitz 
Assistant Professor 



Dr. Arthur Woodruff 
Assistant Professor 




Mr. Leonard Brandwein 
University Electronics Engineer 




Dr. Yakir Aharanov 
Associate Professor 



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MATHEMATICS 




Dr. Harvey Senter 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



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Mr. Bernard Pinchuk 
Teaching Fellow 




Mr. Robert Feinerman 
Teaching Fellow 




Miss Devora Kasachkoff 
Teaching Fellow 



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Mr. Eli Passow 
Teaching Fellow 




Mr. Jonathan Ginsberg 
Teaching Fellow 



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ENGLISH 




Dr. Manfred Weidhorn 
Assistant Professor 



Dr. David Fleisher 
Professor 




Mr. Martin Glass 
Visiting Lecturer 





Mrs. Judith Watts 
Visiting. Lecturer 



Rabbi David Mirsky 
Professor 




Dr. Seymour Lainoff 
Associate Professor 




Miss Sheila Hershow 
Visiting Lecturer 




Dr. Maurice Wohlgelernter 
Assistant Professor 




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Dr. Ernest Simon 
Associate Professor 




Mrs. Selma Glanz 
Visiting Lecturer 





Dr. Maurice Baudin 
Visiting Professor 



LANGUAGE ARTS 




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Dr. Nina Syniawska 
Visiting Lecturer 



Miss Jeanette Camus 
Visiting Lecturer 



Mr. Thomas Knudson 
Visiting Lecturer 



Dr. Ralph Rosenberg 
Professor 




Dr. Murray Feder 
'isiting Lecturer 



Dr. Ephraim Cross 
Visiting Professor 



Dr. Louis Sas 
Visiting Professor 




HISTORY 



Dr. Meyer Feldblum 
Assistant Professor 





Mr. Daniel Gasman 
Instructor 



Dr. Irving Greenberg 
Associate Professor 



Mr. Harold Gastwirt 
Instructor 





Dr. Phyllis Barzillay 
'/siting Assistant Professor 




Dr. Aaron Skaist 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Alexander Brody 
Professor 



Mr. Thomas Frazier 
Visiting Assistant Professor 





Dr. Mayer Herskovics 
Associate Professor 




Dr. Hyman B. Grinstein 
Professor 




Dr. Irving Agus 
Professor 



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Dr. Jerry Hochbaum 
Assistant Professor 



Rabbi Gilbert Klaperman 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



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Mr. Domingo Clemente 
Visiting Lecturer 





Dr. Alexander Litman 
Professor 



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Dr. Arthur Hyman 
Associate Professor 



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Mr. Jerome Gellman 
Instructor 






PSYCHOLOGY 

Dr. Helmut Adler 
Professor 

Dr. Sidney Pleskin 
Professor 



Mr. Harvey Lesser 
ting Lecturer 







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POLITICAL SCIENCE 



Dr. Emanuel Rackman 
Associate Professor 




Dr. Charles Liebman 
Assistant Professor 




Miss Ruth Bevan 
Visiting Lecturer 




Dr. Joseph Dunner 
Petegorsky Professor of Political Science 



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Dr. Hayim Leaf 
tant Professor 




Dr. Milton Arfa 
Visiting Assistant Professor 




Rabbi Abba Zions 
Visiting Lecturer 



HEBREW 




Dr. Asher Siev 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Meir Havazelet 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Gershon Churgin 
Professor 




Dr. Moshe Reguer 
Assistant Professor 




Rabbi Shmuel Raphael 
Visiting Lecturer 



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Rabbi Menachem Brayer 
Associate Professor 




Rabbi Michael Katz 
Assistant Professor 




Rabbi Elazar Hurvitz 
Assistant Professor 



BIBLE 




Rabbi Mayer Herskovics 
Assistant Professor 




Rabbi Moshe Reguer 
Assistant Professor 




Dr. Moshe Carmilly 
Associate Professor 




Rabbi Aaron Skaist 
Assistant Professor 




Rabbi Morris Gorelick 
Instructor 



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ECONOMICS 




Dr. Hyman Sardy 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



Dr. Alexander Brody 
Professor 



Mr. Abraham Desser 
Visiting Lecturer 



Mr. Roger Conant 
Visiting Lecturer 






SPEECH 




Mrs. Anita Lande 
Visiting Lecturer 





Dr. Abraham Tauber 
Professor 






Mr. Anthony Beukas 
Instructor 



Miss June Tauber 
Instructor 



Mrs. Aurel King 
Instructor 



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Dr. Sidney Pleskin 
Professor 



Mr. John Halsey 
Visiting Lecturer 



HYGIENE 





Professor Arthur Tauber 
Visiting Assistant Professor 



Professor Abraham Hurwitz 
Professor 



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SENIORS 






MOSHE E. ABRAMOWITZ 
Valley Stream New York 



Jewish Studies 

Choral Society of Yeshiva U . 



SHLOMO APPEL 

Kew Gardens New York 



Mathematics 
Dean's List 
PI MU EPSILON 



RIETS 



GERALD ARANOFF 

Miami Beach 

Physics 

EMC Director's List 

Chess Team — Captain 



Florida 
EMC 





EDWARD S. AUERBACH 
New York New York 



HARVEY BACHMAN 
Brooklyn New York 



English 

EMC Director's List 



EMC 



Psychology 

Psychology Club — 
Judo Team 
Intramural Sports 



Vice-President 



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STEPHEN BAILEY 

Ventnor New Jersey 



Psychology 
Dean's List 

THE COMMENTATOR - 
Editor-in-Chief 
SIGMA TAU DELTA 
PSI CHI 



EMC 




MYRON H. BARI 

New York New York 



Mathematics 
Dean's List 
PI MU EPSILON 
Student Court 
Chess Club 



RIETS 




HAROLD H. BELL 



New 



ttatn 




Hebrew 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

ETA SIGMA PHI - 

EMC Student Council 



President 



DAVID BENOVITZ 

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 

Mathematics RIETS 

Dean's List 

PI MU EPSILON — President 

Calculite — ■ Editor 

Kol — Associate Editor 

Dean's Reception — ■ Author, Director 




DAVID M. BERNSTEIN 

Far Rockaway New York 



Political Science 
Varsity Basketball Team 
Young Men's Democratic Club 



JSS 



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ROBERT BERSSON 
Far Rockaway New York 



NATHAN BERNSTEIN 
Brooklyn New York 

Economics EMC 



Biology 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 
Hamevaser — Governing Board 
Freshman Guidance Committee 



RIETS 





MOSHE BESSIN 



Ontario 



Political Science 
Political Science Club 
EMC Director's List 



EMC 



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HARRY BIALIK 
New York New York 

Mathematics RIETS 

Blood Drive — Chairman 
Safety Drive — Chairman 




DOV J. BIN-NUN 
Brooklyn New York 



Jewish Studies 



RIETS 




MILTON BRAFMAN 
Belle Harbor New York 

Mathematics RIETS 

SSSJ — President 

Math Club 

Physics Club 

Dean's Reception — Author of Play 




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DAVID B. BROTH 



Sociology 
Dramatics Society 
Sociology Club 



BARNETT S. BRICKNER 

Rochville Center New York 

Mathematics EMC 

Bridge Club 



HAROLD BRANDWEIN 
New York New York 

Psychology EMC 

PSI CHI 

EMC Student Council 

Swimming Instructor 

SSSJ — Member 





EPHRAIM Z. BUCHWALD 

New York New York 



History 



EMC 



FRANK M. BRUECKHEIMER 
New York New York 



Biology 
Dean's List 
EMC Director's List 
Biology Club 



RIETS 



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DAVID CARMEL 
Paterson New Jersey 



DAVID CARE. 

Pittsfield Massachusetts 



English 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

PI DELTA PHI 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 

Dramatics Society — Secretary 

Varsity Tennis Team 



EMC 



Hebrew 

Varsity Wrestling Team 



EMC 



LARRY M. CIMENT 

Miami Beach 

Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

Student Council 



RIETS 





RUBIN S. COOPER 

Brooklyn Nei 

Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

Student Council 

Hamevaser — Governing Board 

Senior Guidance Committee 

Dormitory Representative 



ROBERT W. DANZGER 
Brooklyn New York 



RIETS 



History 

Varsity Fencing Team 



RIETS 



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WALLACE DAVIDOWITZ 

South Fallsburgh New York 



Political Science 
Student Council — 
Political Science Club 



Vice-President 



JSS 



STEVEN M. DOSTIS 
Jericho New York 

Biology JSS 

Varsity Wrestling Team 



FRANK D. EISENBERG 



Mathematics 

Math Club 

SOY Representative 



Washington 
RIETS 



. . and work will resume during finals week. 




DAVID H. EPSTEIN 

Flushing New York 



Psychology 

Dean's List 

PSI CHI — President 

Psychology Club — President 

SSSJ — Vice-President 



RIETS 




ABIE Z. FEINTUCH 



Toronto 



Mathematics 

PI MU EPSILON 

Physics Club 

Student Faculty Judiciary Committee 



RIETS 




CARL C. FEIT 



Biology 

Honors work in Biology 



New York 
JSS 




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Silent Night? 






HOWARD FELDMAN 
Brooklyn New York 



Jewish Studies EMC — 

Varsity Fencing Team 

Bnei Akiva Club — Vice-President 



JSS 



GEORGE B. FINKELSTEIN 
Bronx New York 

History RIETS 

Dean's List 

SOY — ■ President; Vice-President 
Melaveh Malkeh Committee 



MARTEST J. FISCH 
Brooklyn New York 



History 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

PI GAMMA MU 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 



EMC 





MORTON FRANK 

Dorchester Massachusetts 

Psychology RIETS 

PSI CHI 

Chess "B" Team 

Hamevaser — Assistant Layout Editor 

Seforim Exchange 

Kashrut Committee 



PINHAS FRIEDENBERG 

Brooklyn New York 

Political Science EMC 

Student Court — Chief Justice 
Student Council 

Audio-Visual Committee — Chairman 
Soccer Team — Cap tain ; Manager 
Blood Drive — Assistant Chairman 
Yom Ha'atzmaut Celebration — Chairman 



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PHILLIP FRIEDMAN 

Chicago Illinois 

Pre-Medical EMC — RIETS 

EMC Director's List 
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA — 
Vice-President 




NISSEN M. FRISHMAN 
Bronx New York 

Psychology JSS 

JSS Student Council 

THE COMMENTATOR - 

Business Staff 
Psychology Club 
Weight Lifting Instructor 




HOWARD FUCHS 
New York New York 




Economics 

THE COMMENTATOR — 
Circulation Editor 
Chess Team 
Bowling Team 
Intramural Basketball 



EMC 



BERNARD H. FURMANSKY 
Brooklyn New York 

History EMC 

Yeshiva Handbook — Associate Editor 
Curriculum Evaluation Committee 
Blood Drive Committee 
Pre-Law Club 




MICHAEL GOLDBERG 

Bayside New York 

History EMC 

EMC Director's List 
Judo Team 



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MYRON GOLDBERG 

Forest Hills New York 



WALLACE GOLDBERG 
Brooklyn New York 

Mathematics RIETS 

Dean's List 

PI MU EPSILON 

PI DELTA PHI 

Varsity Fencing Team 



Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 

MASMID — Business Manager 

Chemistry Club 



EMC 





SIMCHA S. GOLDMAN 
Chicago 



Illinois 
EMC 



English 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Associate Feature Editor 
Dramatics Society — Assistant Director 
Bnei Akiva Club 
Soccer Team 



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ELI GOLDSCHMIDT 

Hartford Connecticut 



History 

PI GAMMA MU 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Associate Feature Editor 
Student Court — Justice 



RIETS 




ELIHU GOLDSMITH 

Bronx New York 



Sociology 
Chess Club 
Sociology Club 



EMC 



Yeshiva's Finest 




MICHAEL A. GOLDSMITH 
New York New York 

Pre-Medical RIETS 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

THE COMMENTATOR — Copy Editor 

Student Council 



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JACOB GROSS 

Springfield New Jersey 



FREDERICK L. 

Charleston 



GORSETMAN 

West Virginia 



Mathematics 

PI MU EPSILON 

Physics Honor Society 



RIETS 



MURRAY GOLDSTEIN 

New York New York 



Political Science 

Varsity Tennis Team 

Hamevaser — Contributing Editor 

Dormitory Committee — Chairman 

SCW Minyan — Chairman 



Psychology 
Psychology Club 
Intramurals 



EMC 





MELVIN LEE HALLER 



ISAAC HAGLER 



Brooklyn 



New York 



Bronx 

Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 

Intramural Sports 



New York 
EMC 



History EMC 

EMC Student Council — Vice-President 
Nir — Business Manager 
Chagiga Committee — Chairman 



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MARTIN V. HASPEL 
Forest Hills New York 



MITCHELL J. HEIFETZ 

Cleveland 



Ohio 



Psychology 

Dean's List 

PSI CHI — Secretary -Treasu 

Biology Club 

SSSJ 



JSS 



Political Science RIETS 

Dramatics Society — Vice President 
Hamevaser — Feature Co-Editor 
Bnei Akiva Club — Vice-President 
Sophomore Dean's Reception Play 
Megadim — Editor 



WILLIAM B. HELMREICH 
New York New York 

Sociology EMC 

Dean's List 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Assistant Editor of Arts 
Pre-Law Club 
Sociology Club 
Young Democrats Club 
Chess Team — Co-Captatn 
Bowling Team — Co-Captain 




JACOB HERSH 

Brooklyn New York 



Physics 



RIETS 




AVRAHAM Z. ISSEROFF 
Brooklyn New York 

Psychology RIETS 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

PSI CHI — Vice-President 

Psychology Club — Secretary 

Hamevaser — Associate Neil's Editor 



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JACOB W. JACOBOWITZ 

Brooklyn New York 

Political Science RIETS 

Political Science Club 
Pre-Law Club 




MURRAY JACOBSON 
Long Beach New York 



Mathematics 

YC Student Council — President; 

Secretary -Treasurer 
JSS Student Council — President 
Varsity Tennis Team 



JSS 




SIDNEY J. JAKUBOVICS 
New York New York 

Biology — Pre-Medical RIETS 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

Math Club 







SIDNEY J. KALISH 
Elizabeth New Jersey 

Pce-Medkal RIETS 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Senior Editor 
Student Council 

Varsity Fencing Team — Captain 
Elections Committee — Chairman 



SHOLOM M. KAMINETZKY 
Brooklyn New York 

Psychology RIETS 

Seforim Exchange — Manager 
Psychology Club 



AVI J. KASTEN 
Oceanside New York 

Economics RIETS 

Economics Club — President 
Economics Journal — Associate Editor 
Hamevaser — Executive Editor 





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LOUIS KATZ 



Riverdale 



New York 



Pre -Dental 

EMC Director's List 

MASMID — Operations Editor 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Executive Editor 
Varsity Fencing Team 



EMC 



STANLEY KATZ 



Biology 

THE COMMENTATOR — 
Business Manager 



Maryland 
JSS 



LESTER R. KAUFMAN 
New York New York 



Sociology 
Dean's List 
Sociology Club — 
Sociology Journal 
Varsity Tennis Team 



Vice-President 
— Manager 





RICHARD E. KAUFMAN 
Brooklyn New York 



Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

MASMID — Editor-in-Chief 

SIGMA TAU DELTA — 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

Kol 



EMC 



JAY KIMMEL 
Far Rockaway 

Physics 

Dean's List 

Student Council 

Student Court — Justice 



New York 
RIETS 



83 




HARVEY A. KLEIN 

Brooklyn New York 



Sociology 
Sociology Club 
Judo Team 



EMC 




STANLEY A. KLEIN 
New York New York 



Jewish Studies 



RIETS 




ROBERT KLINGS-HOFFER 

New York New York 




Mathematics 

MASMID — Technical Editor 

Kol — Copy Editor 

Bnei Akiva Club 

SSSJ 

SOY 



RIETS 



STEVEN R. KOBLIN 

Bronx New York 



Psychology 

EMC Director's List 




SAMUEL KOHN 

New York 

Mathematics 
Dean's List 
PI MU EPSILON 
THE COMMENTATOR - 
Typing Staff 



New York 
RIETS 





ROBERT KOLB 



URI KOPPEL 

New York New Yor 

Mathematics EM( 

EMC Director's List 

Nir — Editor-in-Chief 

Soccer Team 



New York 



Political Science 
Political Science Club 



EMC 







LOWELL S. KRONICK 

Brooklyn New York 



Political Science 



RIETS 



85 




DANIEL L. KURZ 

White Plains New York 



English 
Baseball Team 



EMC 




SHELDON Z. KURZ 

West New York New Jersey 



English 
Dramatics Society 



President 




ARTHUR B. LACHER 

Brooklyn New York 

Pre-Medical JSS 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA — 

Historian 
Kol — Contributing Editor 
Swimming Instructor 




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Yes — it's been a very good year. 




JACOB S. LANDAU 
Brooklyn New York 



Mathematics 



RIETS 




LEON LANDAU 
New York New York 



Pre-Medicat 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 
THE COMMENTATOR — 
Circulation Editor 
EMC Student Council 



EMC 




GARY J. LAVIT 

Bridgeport Connecticut 




MICHAEL S. LANDAU 
Kew Gardens New York 



Sociology 
Sociology Club 
Bnci Akiva Club 



EMC 




BENNY LEBOVITS 
Bronx New York 



Physics 
SOY 



RIETS 



History 

JSS Student Council 



JSS 



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HARVEY LEHRER 
New York New York 



SOLOMON L. LERER 



New York 



Psychology 



Jewish Studies RIETS 



New York 
RIETS 



MELVIN L. LERNER 

North Miami Beach 



Chemistry 

Dean's List 

American Chemical Society 

MASMID — Associate Sports Editor 

Varsity Fencing Team — Co-Captain 

Student Council 



Pre-Dental 

Student Council — 

Student Council — 

Corresponding Secretary 
Co-op Governing Board 
Canvassing Committee 



JSS 

Secretary -Treasurer 





BARRY LEVY 

Haddonfield New Jersey 

Hebrew EMC 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

EMC Student Council 

Varsity Wrestling Team — Captain 



MYLES ROBERT LONDON 

Maiden Massachusetts 

Mathematics JSS 

PI MU EPSILON 

Math Club 

Physics Club — Secretary 

Chemistry Club 




SANFORD LURIE 



Psychology 
Psychology Club 



New York 
JSS 




MORRIS A. LUSTMAN 

Baltimore Maryland 



Biology 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Communications Manager 
Dormitory Committee 



EMC 




HENRY S. MACKLER 
Hartford Connecticut 



Psychology 

SOY 

Dormitory Committee 

Mizrachi Hatzair Club 



RIETS 




Y.U. Chagiga — Before 



SQ 







ARTHUR MANTEL 

New York New York 



History — Pre-Law 
Dean's List 
EMC Director's List 
EMC Student Court — 
Varsity Fencing Team 
Kol — Copy Editor 
Pre-Law Club 
Political Science Club 



EMC 



Associate Justice 



MILTON M. MARKOVITZ 

Cleveland Ohio 

Hebrew EMC 



STEVEN METAL 
New York New York 



Political Science 
Judo Club 



RIETS 




90 






JOSEPH I. MEZRAHI 

Brooklyn New York 

Political Science EMC 

Hamevaser — Assistant Editor 
Used Book Exchange — Manager 
Political Science Club 



ERNEST MILLER 






RICHA1 


Prairie Village 




Kansas 


Bronx 


History 




JSS 


Economics 


JSS Student Council 






Economics Club 


Oneg Shabbat Program — 


Chairman 


SSSJ 


Economics Club 








Bowling Team 









York 
JSS 




DAVID M. MIRVIS 
Hampton 

Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Make-up Editor 
Student Council 



Virginia 
EMC 




New York 



JAMES MOND 



New York 



Chemistry 

Dean's List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

MASMID — 

Assistant Photography Editor 
Chemistry Club — President 
Student Court — Justice 



RIETS 



91 




SAMSON MONDERER 
Ken' Gardens New York 



Jewish Studies 



EMC 





HOWARD S. NADATA 
Far Rockaway New York 



Psychology 
Psychology Club 



EMC 



SANFORD J. MOOS 

Westbury New York 

Biology JSS 

Varsity Tennis Team 

Biology Club — Secretary 




MILTON MOSES 
New York New York 



Psychology 
Psychology Club 
Bnei Akiva Club 



RIETS 




FRED S. NAGLER 



Liberty 



New York 



Political Science JSS 

Dean's List 

PI GAMMA MU 

THE COMMENTATOR — Business 

Manager; Assistant Sports Editor 
JSS Student Council — President: 

Vice-President 
Political Science Club 



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LOUIS NAROTSKY 

New Haven Connecticut 



Political Science 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

PI GAMMA MU 

Nir — Editor-in-Chief 

EMC Student Court — Justice 



EMC 




MILTON W. NEUMANN 
New York New York 

History EMC 

EMC Student Council — 

Secretary-Treasurer 
EMC History Journal — Editor-in-Chtef 
Ice Skating Instructor 





JOSEPH NOVICK 






Bayonne 




Net 


v Jersey 


Psychology 






RIETS 


Elections Committee — 


- Co 


-Chairman 


Psychology Club 








Intramurals 








Publicity Committee 








Bike Club 









TIME Magazine: "Man of the Year" 



93 




ALAN I. ODESS 
Bronx New York 



Psychology 
Dean's List 
Dramatics Society 
Mizrachi Hatzair Club 



JSS 



RIETS 




WILLIAM W. ORBACH 

New York New York 

Political Science RIETS 

Dean's List 

PI DELTA PHI 

Hamevaser — Associate News Editor 

Political Science Club 




LEON PACHTER 
Brooklyn New York 

Pre-Medical EMC 

Deans' List 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

MASMID — Activities Editor 

EMC Student Court — Chief Justice 

Varsity Basketball Team 




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Dr. Dunncr absconding with the Petegorskv chair 






WILLIAM H. PATOW 

Bayside New York 



History 
History Club 



JSS 



MARIUS L. PESSAH 



Biology 

EMC Director's List 
THE COMMENTATOR — 
Exchange Staff 
EMC Student Council 
Pre-Med Club 
Biology Club 



MICHAEL PAIKIN 

Syracuse New York 



Political Science 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Business Manager 
Yeshiva Handbook — Editor 
Polis — Senior Editor 
Political Science Club 
Pre-Law Club 



JSS 





Bron.t 



JEROME PINTER 



New York 
RIETS 



ROBERT Y. PICK 

Jackson Heights New York 

Pre-Medical EMC 

Dean's List 
EMC Director's List 
MASMID - Editor-in-Chief 
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA — President 
EMC Student Council — Vice-President 
THE COMMENTATOR — Hebrew 
Supplement — Associate Editor 



History 

Scforim Exchange — Manager 

Hamevaser — Assistant Composing 

Editor 
Dramatics Society — Associate Board 



95 






AARON RABIN 

Brooklyn New York 



Mathematics 

Dean's List 

PI MU EPSILON 

Physics Club — President 



RIETS 



SHALOM R. RACKOVSKY 

Bridgeport Connecticut 

Chemistry EMC — RIETS 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

MASMID — Literary Editor 

PI MU EPSILON 

Chemistry Club 

Varsity Fencing Team 

Kol — Senior Editor 



WILBUR REINFELD 



Brooklyn 

Psychology 
PSI CHI 
Psych-Paths — 
Psychology Club 
EMC Student Council 
Karate Instructor 



Editor-in-Chief 





SHLOMO RON 

Ein Ayala 

Physics 

EMC Director's List 

Nir — Copy Editor 



Israel 
EMC 



HOWARD ROSMAN 
Woodside New York 



Pce-Medical 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

MASMID — Associate Editor 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Associate Editor 
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 
EMC Student Council 
Varsity Fencing Team 



EMC 



96 






BARRY ROSNER 



Brooklyn 



New York 



Sociology EMC 

Sociology Club — Secretary 

Law Club 

Sociology Journal — Assistant Editor 

By-Laws Revisions Committee 

Intramurals 



AARON Z. ROTHSTEIN 

Philadelphia Pennsylvania 

Biology RIETS 

Kol — Copy Staff 
Zamir Chorale 



Albany 



FRED RUBINGER 



Political Science JSS — EMC 

JSS Student Council — Secretary 
SSSJ — President 




97 






ARTHUR L. SASLOW 
Saratoga Springs New York 



Psychology 

Dean's List 

SOY — Mezuzah Committee 

Synagogue Committee — 

Dormitory Gabbai 



RIETS 



STEPHEN J. SAVITSKY 
Brooklyn New York 

Economics RIETS 

Economics Club — Vice-President 
Economics Journal — Editor 
Varsity Tennis Team 
Chagiga Committee 



BARRY J. SCHIMMEL 
Forest Hills New York 

Psychology EMC 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 
Psychology Club — Vice-President 
Psych-Paths — Editor 



Registration? 






BARRY SCHNEIDER 

Brooklyn New York 



MICHAEL H. SCHRECK 

Brooklyn New York 

RIETS 



JOSEPH SCHWARTZ 

Brooklyn New York 



Chemistry RIETS 
Hamevaser — Associate Copy Editor 
Chemistry Club 
Chemistry Journal — Assistant Editor 


Mathematics 
THE COMMENTATOR — 
Operations Editor 
Mathematics Club 




Dormitory Representative 
Chagiga Committee 
Bike Club 



Physics 

Varsity Fencing Team 



RIETS 
Manager 





Bronx 



JEROME SEIDENFELD 



Chemistry 

MASMID — Activities Editor 

American Chemical Society 

Swimming Instructor 

Dean's Reception 



New York 
RIETS 



MARK M. 


SEREXS 






Bronx 




New 


York 


Psychology 


EMC 


— 


BRGS 


Dean's List 








EMC Director's List 








Nir — Art Editor 








Psychology Club 








Varsity Fencing Team 









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DAVID I. SHAPIRO 

Miami Beach 



RIETS 



Assistant 



English 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 
THE COMMENTATOR 
News Editor 
Hamevaser — Senior Editor 
Kol — Contributing Editor 
Student Court 

Varsity Tennis Team — Co-Captain 
Dormitory Committee 




JECHIEL SHATZKES 

New York New York 



Psychology 

Psychology Club 

Curriculum Evaluations Committee 

Swimming Instructor 

Dean's Reception 



RIETS 





PHILIP S. SHELNITZ 

Bridgeport Connecticut 

Pce-Medical EMC 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

MASMID — Typing Editor 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA — Secretary 

EMC Student Court 



CHARLES SHERMAN 

Philadelphia Pennsylvania 



History 

PI DELTA PHI 

Le Cercle Francais 



EMC 




MICHAEL SHEVLIN 
New York New York 



Chemistry 
MASMID 



EMC 



Photography Staff 



TOO 




JOEL H. SILVER 
Jamaica New York 

Mathematics JSS 




ALEXANDER T. SINGER 
Brooklyn New York 



Political Science 
THE COMMENTATOR — 
Business Manager 
Political Science Club 
Pre- Law Club 



EMC 





EDWARD M. SONNENBLICK 
Bronx New York 



Physics 

Dean's List 

PI MU EPSILON 

Physics Club — Vice-President 

Bnei Akiva Club 



RIETS 



'Who's taking care of the building?" 



101 




Bronx 



IRA J. SPILER 



Pre-Medical 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

MASMID — Managing Editor 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

EMC Student Council 




ABRAHAM J. STAVIN 
New York New York 



Biology — Pre-M 
Biology Club 
Swimming Instructor 
First Aid Instructor 
Intramurals 



JSS 




NACHUM STEIN 



Montreal 

Pre- Law 

PI DELTA PHI 

Raconter — Editor 

Yavneh 



RIETS 




102 






MALCOLM D. STERN 
Brooklyn New York 



Sociology 



JSS 



New York 



JACK STERN 



New York 



HARVEY STERN 

New York New York 



Biology 

Dean's List 

M ASM ID — Managing Editor 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

Kol — Managing Editor 

JSS Student Council 



JSS 



Biology El 

Dean's List 
EMC Director's List 
MASMID — Associate Editor 
SIGMA TAU DELTA 
EMC Student Council — President 
THE COMMENTATOR — 
Theater Editor 





SAM D. STERN 

Brooklyn New York 

History JSS 

Varsity Basketball Team — Captain 
History Club 



MARVIN J. STERN 
New York New York 



Mathematics 

Chassidut Club — Director 



RIETS 



103 






HARVEY C. SUGARMAN 
Syracuse New York 

Sociology JSS 

MASMID — Art Editor 
Seforim Exchange 
Literary Society 



NORMAN TEMAN 
Flushing New York 



Sociology 

Sociology Club — Vice-President 



MARTIN TROPPER 
Brooklyn Neio York 



Political Science 

Dean's List 

THE COMMENTATOR — 

Assistant Copy Editor 
P'eylim Committee — Chairman 
Curriculum Evaluations Committee 
Blood Drive 



JSS 





MELVIN M. TWERSKY 
New York New York 

Psychology EMC 

EMC Canvassing Committee 
Oneg Sbabbat — Director 
First Aid Instructor 



LEONARD M. WEINER 

Maiden Massachusetts 



History 

Dean's List 

Hamevaser — Associate Board 

Seforim Exchange 

Dormitory Committee 



RIETS 



104 






DAVID WEIDER 




WILLIAM N. WIENER 


LAWRENCE A. WILK 


Bronx 


New York 


Holyoke Massachusetts 


Brooklyn New York 


Biology 
Biology Club 


RIETS 


Physics JSS 


English RIETS 
Literary Society — Secretary 
Hamevaser — Technical Manager 
Dean's Reception 
Used Book Exchange — Manager 



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MORRIS A. WOHL 

Brooklyn New York 

History RIETS 

MASMID — Business Manager 
Co-op Governing Board 




ROBERT A. WOLF 

Brooklyn New York 



Sociology EMC 

Sociology Club — President 




ABRAHAM ZABLOCKI 
Brooklyn New York 



Jewish Studies 
YU Chorus 
Dean's Reception 
Bnei Akiva Club 



RIETS 



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JOSHUA ZILBERBERG 
Brooklyn New York 

History RIETS 

Dean's List 

MASMID — Photography Staff 
Hamevaser — Circulation Manager 





DONALD P. ZISQUIT 

Miami Beach Florida 

Pre-Medicat EMC — RIETS 

Dean's List 

EMC Director's List 

Debating Honor Society 

Varsity Debating Team 

Student Court — Associate Chief Justice 

EMC Student Court 

Student Council 

Varsity Tennis Team — Captain 



HANOCH M. ZWEIG 

Baltimore Maryland 



Mathematics 
Dean's List 
PI MU EPSILON — 

Secretary -Treasurer 



PJETS 




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108 



ACTIVITIES 



PUBLICATIONS 




EDITORIAL BOARD 



RICHARD KAUFMAN 
ROBERT PICK 


EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 


Howard Rosman 
Jack Stern 


Associate Editors 


Ira Spiler 
Harvey Stern 


Managing Editors 


Leon Pachter 
Jerome Seidenfeld 


Activities Editors 


Myron Goldberg 
Morris Wohl 


Business Managers 


Louis Katz 


Operations Editor 


Shalom Rackovsky 


Literary Editor 


Philip Shelnitz 


Typing Editor 


David Gitler 


Photography Editor 


STAFF 


Solomon Lerer 


Sports 


James Mond 
Joshua Zilberberg 


Photography 


Bernard Rubin 


Managing 





Robert Y. Pick 



Richard E. Kaufman 



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Stephen Bailey 
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Louis Katz 
Executive Editor 





Sidney Kalish 
Senior Editor 



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GOVERNING BOARD 

STEPHEN BAILEY 
Editor-in-Chief 

HOWARD ROSMAN SIDNEY KALISH 

Associate Editor Senior Editor 




LOUIS KATZ 
Executive Editor 

TED MILLER 
Contributing Editor 

WILLIAM BRUSTEIN 
Copy Editor 

GARY ROSENBLATT 
Feature Editor 

ALLAN FRIEDMAN 
Make-up Editor 



GARY SCHIFF 
Managing Editor 

BURTON RABINOWITZ 
Contributing Editor 

MICHAEL GOLDSMITH 
Copy Editor 

RICHARD CHAIFETZ 
News Editor 

HOWARD BODNER 
Sports Editor 



ASSOCIATE BOARD 

Typing Editor: Arthur Levingllck; Business Managers: Wilbur 
Reinfeld, Sheldon Weinreb, Stanley Katz; Exchange Edi- 
tor: Chuck Parker; Photography Editors: James Szmidt, 
Israel Stein; Circulation Editors: Leon Landau, Howie 
Fuchs; Israel Correspondents: Earl Lefkowitz, Jeffery Roth; 
Rewrite Editors: Morton Landowne, Harry Weisman; Assistant 
Copy Editors: Gary Epstein, Jacob Ackerman; Assistant 
Feature Editors: Edward Abramson, Joseph Kaplan, Samuel 
Kapustln, Sim Goldman; Assistant News Editors: Barry Her- 
man, Raymond Reich, Howard Klein; Assistant Make-up 
Editor: Michael Stein, David Savitsky; Assistant Sports Edi- 
tors: Bruce Spinowitz, Kenneth Koslowe; Theater Editor: 
Jack Stern; Communications Manager: Morris Lustman. 




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KOL 




Left to right: R. Kaufman, A. Lacher, B. Rabinowitz, Editor-in-Chief , D. Shapiro, 
J. Lessem, H. Stern, S. Rackovsky, J. Bieler. 




Seated, left to right: R. Bersson, D. Shapiro, D. Luchins. Editor-in-Chief, A. 
Waltuch, M. Bashevkin. Standing: R. Cooper, R. Cohn, D. Frankel, A. Kasten. 
A. Gordon, F. Gorsetman. 



HAMEVASER 



TEMPO 




Seated: J, Weiss. Standing, left to right: S. Berger, J. Fruchter, H. Finkelstein. 
J. Rackman, M. Srulowitz. D. Frenkel. R. Galbut, E. Austein, J. Meyers. 



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HONOR SOCIETIES 



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Sealed: R. Pick. President. Front, left to right: I. Spiler, M. Goldsmith. P. Friedman. Vice-Pres., H. Rosman. R. Kaufman. P. Shelnitz. 
R. Cooper. Middle: S. Jakubovics. S. Lerer. A. Isseroff. A. Lacher, R. Bersson. Back: J. Mond. M. Goldberg. M. Haller. L. Landau. 
S. Kalish. J. Stern. 



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Left to right: A. Unger. H. Bell, President. M. Angel. 



Top to bottom: M. Serels. H. Brandwein. D. Epstein. Presi- 
dent. M. Frank. 



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Left to right: P. Kleiner, D. Carmel. W. Gold- 
berg. 



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Seated, left to right: L. Narotsky, H. Bodner, D. Hoff, M. Goldman, A. Mantel. Standing: 
M. Serels, D. Baer, G. Schiff, M. Genn, B. Kraut, S. Posner, M. Goldman, W. Orbach, I. Bod- 
ner, M. Sonneberg, G. Kranson, R. Koppel, R. Becker. 



Mem Tgork Mxx Chapter 




Left fo right: L. Presby, D. Benovitz, A. Rockoff, S. Rackovsky, L. Tribuch, W. Goldberg, M. London, S. Appel, H. Zweig, M. 
Bari, A. Rabin, J. Gross, S. Kohn. 



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Left to right: D. Carmel, M. Goldberg, D. Benovitz, B. Schimmel. D. Shapiro, R. Kaufman, President. S. Goldman. G. Schiff, M. Fisch. M. Haller. 
.M. Stein, J. Stern. 



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Left to right: G. Schiff, G. Epstein, M. Goldstein, G. Lavit. 
D. Zisquit. D. Shatz. I. Bodner. A. Rockoff, M. Angel. 
President. 



THE SOCIETIES 

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA PremeJical-Predental 

ETA SIGMA PHI Classical Languages 

PSI CHI Psychology 

PI DELTA PHI French 

PI GAMMA MU Social Sciences 

PI MU EPSILON Mathematics 

SIGMA TAU DELTA English 

TAU KAPPA ALPHA Debating 

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Yeshiva College Student Council 






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Left fo ng/il: I. Tuchman. L. Frutcher. D. Savitsky, L. Kline, S. Lerer. M. Berent, M. Jacobson. \V. Davidowitz, R. Gross, A. Kinder- 
lehrer, M. Goldsmith, H. Werblowsky. 



Executive Council 



Student Court 





Left fo right: M. Jacobson. President, R. Gross, Secretary-Treas- 
urer, W. Davidowitz, Vice-President. 



Seated, left to right: P. Friedenberg, R. Reich. First row: L. 
Langer, M. Miller, E. Goldschmidt, N. Stark. D. Shapiro. Second 
row. M. Bari, P. Palefski. D. Zisquit, J. Mond. 



E M C S C 



J s s s c 





Left to right: M. Neumann, Secretary-Treasurer. J. Stern, President. I. 
Hagler. Vice-President. 



Left to right: E. Glazer, Vice-President, F. Nagler. President. M. Witkes. 
Secretary-Treasurer. 



SOY 




Left to right: D. Miller, Vice-President, M. Rock. Secretary-Treasurer, 
G. Finkelstein, President. 



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CLUBS 



Psychology 




Left to right: M. Davis, M. London, A. Rabin, 
President, E. Sonnenblick. Vice-President, L. 
Tribuch, J. Gross. S. Rackovsky. 



Left to right : R. Becker, R. Miller, E. Gold- 
smith, N. Teman, Vice-President, R. Wolf, 
President, H. Klein, M. Witkes. 



Left to right: H. Brandwein, M. Serels. H. 
Bachman, J. Novick, S. Stern, D. Epstein, 
President, A. Newman. 



Economics 



Political Science 





Left to right: A. Kasten, President, M. Goldman, S. Savitsky, Vice- 
President . R. Miller. 



Left to right: H. Wtinstein. B. Bekritsky, R. Mark, I. Schaeffer. 
President, M. SonneberR. I. Tuchman. 



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B'nei Akiva 



Betar 




Left to right: B. Berkovits. H. Feldman, M. Sokolow. 

SSSJ 





Left to right: C. Frydman, R. Genn. H. Fischgrund, L. Poncz, 
A. Kinsberg. R. Miller, A. Weiss, E. Dimant, M. Goldberg, T. 
Pollack, N. Teman. 



Mizrachi Hatzair 




Left to right: M. Miller, A. Odess, J. Oboler, E. Goldsmith, S. 
Daiell. A. Fishman, T. Walfish. 



Left to right: E. Goldsmith, F. Rubinger, M. 
Eserner. 



Bike Club 



Blood Drive 





Left to right: H. Bachman, S. Kalish, J. Novick, S. Savitsky, M. 
Goldsmith, M. Schreck, L. Katz. 



Left to right: Donor, Nurse, S. Weilgus, H. Bialik, Chair- 
man. 



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SPORTS 







122 



BASKETBALL 




TEAM RECORD 




*BrookIvn 


51 


82 


Adelphi 


66 


100 


*Queens 


76 


71 


Sacred Heart 


73 


57 


C. W. Post 


56 


86 


Kings (Pa.) 


65 


66 


*Pace 


60 


86 


*BrookIyn Poly 


84 


59 


Paterson State 


70 


86 


C.C.N.Y. 


41 


82 


L.I.U. 


40 


82 


Hartford 


68 


77 


* Stony Brook 


45 


59 


Monmouth 


69 


86 


Marist 


57 


61 


Kings Point 


73 


76 


*Pratt 


63 


54 


*Hunter 


48 


82 


Drew 


74 


73 



Knickerbocker League Game 
Season's record 5-15 (3-4 League) 




Coach Bernard Sarachek 



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Fischer 
Shiman 
Hershk, 
Koenig 
Winde 
Zuroff 
Kurz 
Singer 
Wien 
Blumen 
Team 
Oppon 

Team 

Team 


INDIVIDUAL SC( 

G 
12 


DRES 

TP 

215 

144 

115 

92 

44 

44 

43 

5 

7 

3 

1 

713 

950 

FTM 

151 

FGM 

281 


Avg. 
17.9 
12.0 
9.6 
7.6 
3.7 
3.7 
3.6 
0.8 
0.8 
0.6 
0.5 
59.4 
79.1 
Pet. 
.565 
Pet. 
39.6 




12 


sky 


12 
12 




12 




12 




12 
6 




8 




5 


thai 


2 




12 




12 




FTA 

267 




FGA 

709 







123 



FENCING 





TEAM RECORD 




N.Y. Conimunity College 
Rutgers (Newark) 
Fairleigh-Dickinson 

N.Y. Maritime 


18 — 9 
14 — 13 

15—12 
17—10 


Drew 

Jersey City State 

Brookkn 


15—12 
1 6—1 1 
14—13 


Brandeis 
Brooklyn Poly 
Paterson State 
Fordnam 
St. Peter's 


11 — 16 
11 — 16 
14—13 
17—10 
15—12 


Season's record 10 — 2 







INDIVIDUAL SCORES 








Weapons Nc 


. Matches 


Bouts 




Fenced 


Fenced 


Score 


Bernstein, David 


E 


9 


8—11 


Bieler. Jack 


E 


6 


1 — 5 


ChernoFsky. Philip 


S 


4 


1— 3 


Ettinger. Stue 


F 


5. 


1— 2 


Feldman. Howard 


S 


10 


14—15 


Fodor, Thomas 


S 


1 


0— 1 


Frurhter. Lazar 


F 


5 


1— 5 


Gluck. Mauricio 


E 


11 


7—10 


Hametz. Irwin 


S 


3 


0— 3 


Kalish. Sidney. Capt. 


F 


12 


24 — 9 


Kopf. Drew 


S 


7 


5— 5 


Lazarus. Jack 


F 


4 


3— 1 


Lerer. Sol, Co-Capt. 


E 


12 


6—11 


Lipman. Bernard 


FSE 


7 


5— 7 


Mandel. Adley 


S 


12 


26— 8 


Nunberg, Samuel 


S6E 


2 


1— 1 


Peterseil, Jacob 


E 


12 


21— 9 


Rackovsky. Sbalom 


S 


11 


6— 9 


Schwartz, Jeffrey 


E 


10 


6— 6 


Seidenfeld. Norman 


F 


10 


17—10 


Waltuch. Arthur 


S 


8 


3— 8 


Zauderer. Alex 


F 


12 


23— 8 



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WRESTLING 







Coach Henry Wittenberg 




TEAM RECORD 




Columbia (J.V.) 




15—26 


Drew 




52— 8 


N.Y. Maritime 




5—54 


Bridgeport 




5—55 


Hunter 




27— 6 


L.I.U. 




5—30 


Marist 




13—25 


Suffolk C.C. 




2—40 


C.C.N.Y. 




5—54 


Brandeis 




11—26 


Brooklyn Poly 




25—15 


Bronx C.C. 




51— 5 


Season's record 4 — 


8 





126 



TENNIS 





D. Shapiro, Co-Captain 




*a»i>«>6 "- \ 







D. Zisquit, Captain 



D. Carmel 



TEAM RECORD 




Pace 


6— 3 


c.c.N.y. 


2— 7 


Brooklyn Poly 


7— 2 


Manhattan 


7— 2 


St. Francis 


9— 


L.I.U. 


0— 9 


Season's record 4 — 2 






Coach Eli Epstein 



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Left to right: D. Carmel, S. Kurz, President, S. Goldman, M. Ross, S. 
Stern, M. Groob, D. Kopf. 




LITERATURE AND AWARDS 



EPHRAIM AND SARAH FLEISHER MEMORIAL AWARD 



JDB, THE HOLOCAUST MM: 



The Dilemma of Job in the Literature of the Holocaust 



by Richard E. Kaufman 



I 

How I sympathized with Job! I did not deny God s 
existence, but 1 doubted his absolute justice, '' cries Elie 
Wiesel in his lyric, haunting memoir of the Holocaust, 
Night. Throughout the history of thought the Job figure 
has served as the paradigm of the alienated man. Job is 
the archetypal image of man engulfed by his insignificance 
in the cosmos. He is the man from whom God has turned 
away, leaving between them only the infinite chasm of 
invulnerable silence. 

In modern times the Job figure has realized a unique 
relevance, for with the advent of the Third Reich and 
the slaughter of European Jewry Job takes on a new 
aspect: that of the Holocaust man. When Job cries out 
in anguish: 

If indeed you wish to quarrel with me 

and justify the humiliation I have suffered 

Know then that God has subverted my cause 
and surrounded me with his siegeworks. 

Behold, I cry ' Violence!" but I am not answered; 
I call out but there is no justice. 2 

(19:5-7) 

the cry is that of the victim of greatest of modern tragedies 
— the Holocaust man. He stands fearfully alone. His 
possessions stolen, his children killed, all that is left him 
— an illness-ravaged body, a soul that can no longer find 
joy in existence — cries out in pain. 

But that which began as a cry of pain swiftly begins 
to metamorphose: from the cries come the questions — the 
search for a rationale. Why? How? Why has God 
afficted man with such evil? How could there exist even 
the possibilities of such redoubtable evil in the presence 
of a God of divine justice? Unable to find the answers 
within himself, or in an alien natural order, our Holocaust 
man's cry metamorphoses further — it becomes an accusa- 
tion, a rebellion: 



I am blameless — 

I am beside myself — I loathe my life. 
It is all one — I say — 

The blameless and the wicked he destroys alike. 
When disaster brings sudden death 

He mocks the plea of the innocent. 
The land is given over to the hand of the evildoer 

who is able to bribe the judges. 
// not He who then is guilty? 3 

(9:21-4) 

With the accusation comes the challenge: if God is not 
guilty then let him come forth and explain this incalcul- 
able evil to man. If He has inflicted some punishment 
upon man with "Not even then consciousness of crime to 
comfort him — / the rags of reason " 4 then, in the face of 
man s challenge, it becomes more than God s prerogative, 
it becomes his divine duty — as the God of absolute justice 
— to give at least some hint of a reason behind the horror 
he has made man bear. Job, as it were, commands God 
to explain himself to man. And the explanation, if it is 
to be had at all, must be for all Jobs, for all Holocaust 
men; it must be for all time — as long as the conscience 
and consciousness of man must cope with the problem of 
theodicy. In the cry for justification of his singular afflic- 
tion, Job — the Holocaust man — at the same time cries 
out for, demands, justification for the collective woe. 
Justify! Justify the death of six million! Let us know that 
there is a divine justice! 

What comes, however, is not a divinity, but men 
convinced of the power of pure reason to explain the order of 
the world: Job's comforters. In response to Job's anguish- 
ridden pleas they offer him standard theological banalities, 
all of which do little more than exacerbate Job's anguish. 
In their failure to convince, the friends become accusers, 
but this time it is Job who is accused. Since God is just. 
Job would not be allowed to suffer for no reason; he 



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must then, a priori, be guilty of some hidden sin. How- 
ever, in the face of Jot's character — even God speaks of 
him as a man blameless and upright, fearing God and 
avoiding evil "(1:8) — the accuser- friends know their argu- 
ment is not enough. They must look elsewhere to explain 
man's suffering. 

II 

Each of the friends must explain or attempt to ex- 
plain, in God s stead, the natural order. Because they 
are men and not Gods, their answers, if they are to be 
more than metaphysical speculations, must be both intel- 
lectually defensible and pragmatically tenable. They must 
explain rationally how man can live with a Holocaust 
burdening his soul. They must explain how God might 
allow the impossibilities of the Holocaust, not only to 
become possibilities, but realities. 

For Eliphaz, the first to speak, the answer seems 
simple. The problem of evil has nothing to do with God, 
it is purely a human invention, and, as the progenitors 
of this evil, we must be prepared to suffer for it. If it 
seems, he goes on, that too often the victims of evil are 
the righteous, it is because man, by virtue of his humanity, 
cannot be perfect before God. Bildad, however, unable 
to refute Job s picture of injustice rampant everywhere in 
the life of man . . . takes refuge in an eloquent descrip- 
tion of the glory and power of God as manifest in the 
process of Nature. 5 " And Zophar, unable to muster up 
even the semblance of intellectual force, retreats into 
describing the lot of the evil-doer. 

The answers of both Bildad and Zophar have no 
real significance for a Job, biblical or modern. Bildad s 
bucolic can explain little to a spiritually debilitated Job. 
On the contrary, it is because we are so steeped in the 
meaning of God's glory that we are compelled to ask: 

Who are You, my God, compared to this afflicted 
crowd, proclaiming to You their faith, their anger, 
their revolt? What does your greatness mean Lord 
of the Universe, in the face of all this weakness, this 
decomposition, and this decay? Why do You still 
trouble their sick minds, their crippled bodies? 6 

Zophar says even less than Bildad, for we know that 
evil-doers suffer, but that does little to account for the 
suffering of the rigliteous. Job's question remains yet 
unanswered. 

Of the first three comforters, it is Eliphaz who, on 
the surface at least, presents the most appealing argument. 
Even this, however, will not suffice, for assuming man 
to be the creator of evil, God is still the creator of man — 
of every facet of man including his propensity for evil. 
But it is not only the philosophical mechanics of Eliphaz's 
argument that one finds objectionable, it is the Weff- 
anschauung that a rationale such as this implies. The 
implication is one that rings familiar; it comes right out 
of the "Eichmann in Jerusalem" 7 controversy. W'hat 
Eliphaz intimates is that man is the cause of his own 



destruction and his sufferings are little more than the 
just deserts of his natural tendencies. This is only a 
syllogistic step away from the terrifying self-indictment 
of some of our Holocaust survivors. It is only a step away 
from saying of the Holocaust, as Hannah Arendt has, 
that "the role of the Jewish leaders in the destruction of 
their own people is undoubtedly the darkest chapter of 
the whole dark story." " Eliphaz's argument at its most 
elementary level, and at the diabolical conclusion to which 
Miss Arendt has carried it. must be rejected on all 
grounds. It is untenable intellectually, pragmatically and, 
perhaps in this case most importantly, emotionally. 

The three comforters have done and have failed. It 
is at this point that Elihu. a fourth friend, appears on 
the scene. Of all Job's friends it is Elihu alone who 
adumbrates what I believe to be the answer implied in 
the theophany. 

Behold, all these things does God do 

twice — yes, three times — with a man 

to bring him back from 

the pit that he mav bask in the light of life 

(33:29-30) 

For Elihu the existence of evil and the problems of man s 
suffering are inextricably bound up with the quest for 
life's meaning. Job, the Holocaust man, must view his 
suffering as an essential component in the purposive 
development of life. Therein lies a therapeutic value: 

When a man finds that it is his destiny to suffer, 
he will have to accept his suffering as his task: 
his single and unique task. He will have to acknow- 
ledge the fact that even in suffering he is unique and 
alone in the universe. No one can relieve or suffer 
in his place. His unique opportunity lies in the way 
in which he bears his burden.' 

Suffering is one of the keys to meaning, and "according 
to Logotherapy . a form of psychotherapy having its intel- 
lectual origins in the extreme suffering of the Holocaust, 
"the striving to find a meaning in one's life is the primary 
motivational force in man." 10 For Elihu, as for the Holo- 
caust-conscious logolherapist. Job's dilemma and the 
problem of theodicy are educative: they are designed to 
help one extricate a meaning from a seemingly absurd 
existence. 

In the end, though, even the solution of Elihu will 
not suffice, for Elihu's philosophy is a philosophy of life 
— a life fraught with pain, but a life nonetheless. It 
teaches that suffering adds to life's meaning. In theologi- 
cal terms it may be said to mean that punishment is a 
guide to repentance. Neither in psychological nor theo- 
logical terms, however, is this enough for the Holocaust 
man. The Holocaust man cannot survive on the philoso- 
Dnv of life alone. This is to say, suffering may give life 
meaning but if there is no life to which we can apply the 
lessons of suffering then the lessons are useless; and 
this is what our Holocaust man is confronted with: suf- 



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fering that ends not in a sense of moaning, but in trie 
senselessness of death. For Jon the Holocaust man 

Mv days are swifter than the weaver's shuttle: 
thev end in tne absence of nope 

(7:6) 

As a cloud fades and disappears, 

so he who goes down to Sheol rises no more. 

(7:9) 



Eliphaz's rationale will not suffice because its validity in 
the face of death, rests upon the assumption of an 
eschatology. But for Job there is no eschatology. He is 
corporeally bound, and thus he demands an ontology — 
an ontology that, paradoxically, gives death, as an end, 
meaning. 



Ill 

The demand remains unanswered. The solutions 
posited by the friends provide neither anodyne nor 
answer. Job is utterly alone in his suffering. It is his 
darkest hour. 

It is then, when the Holocaust man, Job, bereft of 
all joy, can only see the transcendence of God, that God s 
answer comes. When all Job can see is tragedy, when 
he loses sight of God s glory in creation, loses sight of 
the fact that creation, the whole cosmogony, was an act 
of love, then God appears out of the whirlwind to remind 
him otherwise. 

This is what Job has pleaded for, has demanded, 
but when the confrontation is finally realized it is on 
vastly different terms than those he imagined. It is not, 
as Job had ashed, a dialogue, it is a divine soliloquy — 
a theophany. This theophany must contain Job's answer, 
the answer that will direct his life and give meaning to 
his suffering and death: it must be more than a guide, 
it must be a world-view by which he can endure. 

God's answer comes, not as an arcane, pleromatic 
eschatology, but, on the surface at least, as a poetically 
overwhelming yet simple descriptive paean to the mani- 
festation of God in the natural order. It is the ode to 
immanence. To a Job who is only able to see transcend- 
ence the voice out of the whirlwind savs: 11 



Hast thou commanded the morning 

since thy days began 
Hast thou entered into the 

springs of the sea? 
Or hast thou walked in the 

recesses of the deep? 
Hath the rain a father? 
Or who hath begotten the drops of dew 
Canst thou bind the chains of the 

Pleiades 



Or loose the bonds of Orion? 

(38: 12. 17, 28, 31) 



God answers Job with questions: questions that are the 
poetry of creation, questions that testify, not only to his 
power, but, more importantly for Job, to God's presence. 
To a Job who asks ' Let me know my transgression and 
my sin' ( 13:23) God answers, that you have "darkened 
counsel by words without knowledge" (38:2) you have 
suffered and in your suffering you have forgotten my love: 

In his wrath He has torn me apart, 
for He hates me. 

(16:9) 

It is in reaction to this that God gives Job his world- 
view. He tells him that for man there can be no absolute 
answer, only questions — the quest for meaning — and 
perhaps, ultimately the subtle intimations of a meaning. 
And in this quest Job must remember to look with the 
mind, and even more so with the heart of the poet. Even 
in the infinitely abysmal gulf of despair, he must search 
for the meaning, search for the love. He must remember 
that in God's ultimate act of love, his unfathomable 
creation : 

the same segment of eternity should contain the 
outcry of the tortured prisoner and the song of the 
forest. Both belonged to the same ancient and secret 
design and bore witness either for, either against but 
their testimony was clear: perfect harmony between 
me and this design, between me and this witness. 

Our Holocaust man must remember that in the divine 
harmony the true reality, the true meaning, is that of 
the poet. He must remember 

a stream then a cascade, an irrepressible majestic 
torrent, the poem that through the smoke of fires 
and above the funeral pyres of history the Jew had 
traced in letters of blood on the earth's hard crust — 
that old love poem unfurled in the gas chamber, 
enveloped it, vanquished its somber abvsmal snick- 

ering: "SHEMA YISRAEL ADONOI ELOHENU 
ADONOI EH'OTH."" 



NOTES 

1 . Wiesel, Elie Night p. 53 

2. Except where indicated as otherwise I have used 
Robert Gordis' translation of Job: The Booh of God 
and Man — A Study of Job. What it lacks in lyric 
power it makes up in clarity. 

3. Italics are mine. 



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4. MacLeisb, Archibald J.B. p. 9 

5. Gordis, R. ibid. p. 274 

6. Wiesel, E. ibid. p. 72 

7. For tbe most lucid explication of tbis controversy see 
Norman Podboretz' "Hannab Arendt on Eicbmann 
— A Study in tbe Perversity or Brilliance in Com- 
mentary, September 1963. For a more general resume 
see "Eicbmann in Jerusalem: A Retrospect" by 



Ricbard Kaufman in Kol '65. 
Arendt. Hannab Eichmann in Jerusalem p. 104 
Franlcl, Viktor Man's Search for Meaning — An In- 
troduction to Logotherapv p. 125 
Franlcl, V. ibid. p. 154 

Tn tbis case I bave used tbe Revised Standard Version 
Wiesel, E. The Gates of the Forest p. 61 
Schwarz-Bart, Andre The Last of the Just. p. 375 




132 



JEROME ROBBINS MEMORIAL AWARD 



THE DECISION 



by Solomon Appel 



Sub-zero arctic weather was not strange in the town 
of Vitebsk, and the snowdrifts that made a rugged hem- 
line against the tiny houses were in proper accord. The 
room that housed the family of twelve was warmed by 
an open fireplace, and a big pot of soup boiled furiously 
over the constant flames. The girls wore long wool stock- 
ings, wool skirts, sweaters, and shawls, while the boys 
dressed in coarse pants, homemade shirts and sweaters, 
and heavy leather boots. A large warm black bread 
placed in a cloth on the wooden table was eyed with 
eagerness: the aroma of the freshly peeled garlic made 
mouths water. This was the home of a Russian Jewish 
family in the early 1900s. a home warmed more spiritu- 
ally than physically, but a home nevertheless. The family 
of Rabbi Joseph Feldman had a great decision to make. 
For that reason all twelve members were gathered in- 
doors, away from the many back-breaking chores that 
were their daily lot. 

Rabbi Joseph and his sons finished their prayer of 
thanksgiving and ceremoniously washed their hands. All 
looked with reverence and solemnity for the good Rabbi 
to spealc. 

"Be seated and partake of your meal. The decision 
we 'will make will require great strength and prayers." 

Harry Feldman. the Rabbi's youngest son, could 
hardly control his desire to speak, but knew from past 
experience he would have to wait, be patient and hope. 
The thick soup and black bread rubbed with garlic was 
eaten with zest, for it was the main meal of the day and 
would have to sustain them till tomorrow. After the older 
girls. Busha and Mollie. had cleared the table and the 
men of the family prayed, a clean tablecloth was spread 
and a small wooden box carefully placed in the center. 
Everyone sat, waiting for Rabbi Joseph to speak. 

Busha s dowry has been fulfilled. The wedding will 
take place on the evening of the third Sabbath of next 
month. This will be a joyous occasion, and other problems 
should not pre-occupy our thoughts. Busha and her 
husband-to-be, God willing, will fix up the small room 
over the barn and that will be their home until the 
spring. Then we will build them a house Tike our own 
near the grape arbor. Tf Busha's husband-to-be has other 
plans he will have to bring them to my attention before 
the wedding date." 

Busha's face flushed, and she bent her head so that 
her blond-braided hair shadowed her sweet wistful face. 
Zelig and she had so many plans, and her father had 
heard rumors of them, but these he ignored because Zelig 
had not the courage to confront the good Rabbi. 

Suddenly, Harry burst forth. "Father, let me speak. 
Please! T don't want to be rude but I must speak now. 



Rabbi Joseph removed his glasses, rubbed his eyes, 
and squinted at the young rebel. Very carefully, the 
Rabbi replaced his glasses. "Now we will come to a 
decision about our rebel, my fiery-tongued son. whose 
patience is that of a bee's on a beautiful spring day." 

Every eye turned to Rose Feldman, who had sud- 
denly sighed so sorrowfully that even the rebel felt a 
lump grow in his throat. Harry was nineteen years old 
and eager for adventure. For him the decision was so vital 
that beads of perspiration rolled down his forehead and 
he nervously coughed. 

Rabbi Feldman picked up the wooden box and 
slowly raised the lid. Busha's dowry was taken care of. 
There would surely be some other expenses, but the rebel 
must not be disappointed. The father removed the con- 
tents of the box, closed the lid. put the box back in the 
center. He looked at the rebel. The hint of tears in his 
deep-set eyes made the children tremble. Mollie adjusted 
her shawl, while little Miriam and Sadie, the twins, held 
hands so tightly they ached. For once the rebel was 
silent at the right time and Max. the eldest son, asked 
his father if he would like a small cup of wine. 

Rabbi Joseph smiled, "My son, the decision will be 
made without wine, for it is not a sweet thing we must 
do." 

Max sat down next to Saul, who was so tall for his 
twenty years that the people of the village called him the 
young giant. Yaakov and Peretz, the village blacksmith 
and shoemaker, kept their eyes transfixed on their father s. 
All their love for this man was etched on their faces. 
Here was a man who walked with truth and kindness. 
His decision was so difficult a one that each wished the 
minutes away to bring it to an end. 

Rabbi Joseph looked from one face to another, gath- 
ering the sweetness from each one and storing it in his 
heart. He reached for the pile of colored paper on the 
table and counted. There were thirty-four rubles left, 
hardly sufficient to meet the problem. It wasn't enough! 
but it would do: it would have to do. 

"The decision is made, my son. You may have the 
money with our blessings and love, but remember God 
and the family you leave; remember the teachings of 
truth and kindness you have learned in this house. Fill 
your new home with the love you have lived with here. 
It is difficult for me to say yes, for as sweet as the grape 
on the vine is when its sugars crystallize on its skin, so 
sweet is each of my children to me. Rabbi Joseph turned 
slowly and with soft voice said, "Busha and Zelig are 
dreamers, too. Tell Zelig I am ready to wish you both a 
good journey to the new world.' 

So it came to pass, that the young rebel, and later 
his sister and her husband, brought an old, beautiful 
culture to an adventurous new world. 



133 



Awards And Honors 
Yeshiva College 



Valedictorian 
David Epstein 



Professor Meyer Atlas Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Biology 
Michael Goldsmith 

Bitzaron Prize for excellence in Hebrew 
B. Barry Levy 

Jacob Blackman Prize (given by 
Premo Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Inc.) 
to the graduating premedical student 
with the highest average in Chemistry 
Sidney Kalisn 

Professor Daniel Block Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Mathematics 
David Benovitz 

Mushe Cohen Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Bible 
Jacob Landau 

Professor Kenneth F. Damon 

Memorial Prize for excellence in Debating 

Marc Angel 

George and Bertha Fisch Prize 
for excellence in French 
David Carmel 

Harry and Jane Fischel Memorial Prize 
for excellence in 
American Jewish History 
Charles Sherman 

Ephraim and Sarah Fleisher 
Memorial Prize for the best essay in 
English on a Hebrew Prophet 
Richard Kaufman 

Professor Bernard Floch 
Memorial Prize for excellence in 
Classical Languages 
Marc Angel 

Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg 
Memorial Prize for excellence 
in Mathematics 
Jacob Gross 

Mendel and Sarah Gottesman 
Memorial Prize for scholarship, 
ethics, and character 
Donald Pincus Zisquit 

Joseph Gunner Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Mathematics 
Myron Bari 

Hamilton Walcli Company Prize 

to the graduate who has most successfully 

combined proficiency in his 

Science major with achievement in the 

Social Sciences or Humanities 

Robert Y. Pick 



Histadruth Ivrith Prize 

for excellence in Hebrew Language 

and Literature 

Dov Bin-Nun 

Jewish Academy of A r t s and 
Sciences Prize to the graduate ranking 
highest in his college studies 
Sidney Kalish 

Benjamin Lebzelter Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Bible 
Edward Sonnenblick 

Samuel and Emily Granet Lemler Prize 
for excellence in Premedical Studies 
Howard Rosman 

Professor Eli Levine Prize 
for excellence in Chemistry 
Shalom Rackovsky 

Professor Arnold N. Lowan 

Memorial Prize for excellence in Physics 

Edward Sonnenblick 

Professor Aaron M. Margalith 
Memorial Prize for excellence in 
Political Science 
Louis Narotsky 
William Orbach 

Mutual Benevolent Society of 1865, Inc. 
Prize for excellence in Sociology 
Norman Teman 

Ya'akov Yehuda Nirenstein Prize 
for excellence in Hebrew 
David Carr 

Gertrude JSissenbaum Memorial Prize 
(given by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 
Nissenbaum in memory of their daughter) 
for excellence in Mathematics 
Wallace Goldberg 

Emile Offenbacher Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Physical Education 
Mel v in Twersky 

Norman Palefshi Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Safety Education 
Harry Bialik 

Jerome Robbins Memorial Prize 
(given by the Class of 19^3) 
for the best original short story) 
Solomon Appel, 69 

Irving R. Shull Memorial Prize 
(given by Brith Sholom) for 
achievement in human relations 
Douglas Elkin 
Aron Halberslam 
Gary Lavit 



Bernard Sussman Memorial Prize 
for excellence in Chemistry 
James Mond 

Rabbi Murray Tobias Memorial Prize 
(given by the Rabbinic ™lumni) 
for character ana 1 piety 
George FinKelstein 

T^ouis W erf el Memorial Prize 
[given by the Yeshiva College Alumni 
Association) lo the liighest ranking junior 
nezalel Sarran, '68 

Wompn's Branch of the Union of 
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of 
America Prize for excellence in 
Jewish Studies 
Shlomo Appel 



Yeshiva University ^/omen's 

Organization Prize 

for excellence in English 

Marc Angel 

Simcha Goldman 

National Council of Young Israel 
Prize for excellence in History 
Martin Fisch 

Mom's and Chaya Zuckerman 
Memorial Prize for the best 
research paper in lewish History 
Mitchell Heifetz 



YESHIVA COLLEGE - 
DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS 



Economics 
Avi Kasten 

History 
Leonard Weiner 

Leadership in Student Recreational Activities — the Mortimer Kogan Memorial 

Prize 

Harvey Klein 

Patriotic Service — the American Legion Medal, given by Richard ]. McNally 
Post 263, New York 
Solomon Lerer 

Psychology 
David Epstein 

Service and Devotion lo the School — the Mina Belkin Memorial Prize 
Jay Kimmel 

Speech and Dramatics 
Sheldon Kurz 



YESHIVA COLLEGE 
STUDENT COUNCIL AWARD 



Philip Lieberman Memorial Prize (given by the Class of 1966) to a Senior chosen 
by his classmates for his Character, Personality, and Special Services rendered to 
the Class 
Rubin Cooper 



NATIONAL and STATE AWARDS 



VJoodrow Wilson Fellowship 
Shalom Rackovsky 

New York State Regents Medical Scholarship 
Michael Goldsmith 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ABRAMOWITZ, Moshe A. 
30 Todd Road 

Valley Stream. New York 1 1 580 
(516) LO-1-0272 

APPEL, Shlomo 

82-65 116th Street 

Kew Gardens, New York 11418 

HI- 1-4351 

ARANOFF. Gerald 
1401 Bay Road 
Miami Beach, Florida 3313P 
(305) 531-7956 

AUERBACH, Edward S. 

1274 5th Avenue 

New York, New York 10029 

EN-9-0366 

BACHMAN. Harvey 
1 429 47th Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 11219 
GE-6-4880 

BAILEY, Stephen 
201 North Derty Avenue 
Ventnor, New Jersey 08406 
(609) 822-6101 

BARI, Myron 

565 Fort Washington Avenue 

New York, New York 10033 

LO-8-5802 

BELL, Harold H. 

57 Brooklawn Street 

New Britain, Connecticut 06052 

(203) 229-0089 

BENOVTTZ. David 
5540 Covode Street 
Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 1 52 1 7 
(412) 421-6112 

BERNSTEIN, David 

494 Reads Lane 

Far Rockaway, New York 1 1 69 1 

471-5581 

BERNSTEIN, Nathan 
1416 Carrol Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11213 
PR-4-5923 

BERSSON, Robert 

1141 Nielson Street 

Far Rockaway. New York 1 1691 

FA-7-3821 

BESSIN. Moshe 

438 Daly Avenue 
Ottawa. Ontario, Canada 
(613) 253-6000 

BIAUK. Harry 

415 Grand Street 

New York, New York 10002 

LF-5-6454 

BIN-NUN. Dov J. 

414 Avenue I 
Brooklyn. New York 
CL-2-2896 

BRAFMAN. Milton 

129B 137th Street 

Belle Harbor. New York 11694 

GR-4-6305 

BRANDWEIN. Harold 
9 Pinehurst Avenue 
New York. New York 10033 
LO-8-3951 

BRICKNER. Barnett S. 
553 Lakeview Avenue 
Rockville Centre. New York 1 1 570 
(516) RO-48216 



BROTH. David B. 

3516 Nordway Road 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44168 
(216) ER-1-1959 

BRUECKHEIMER, Frank M. 
621 West 188th Street 
New York. New York 10040 
LO-8-9674 

BUCHWALD. Ephraim Z. 
120 East 19th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11226 
693-8807 

CARMEL. David 

488 East 29th Street 
Paterson, New Jersey 07514 
(201) 279-6124 

CARR. David 

142 Wendell Avenue 
Pittsfield. Massachusetts 01202 
(413) 448-8067 

CIMENT, Larry 
1330 Drexel Avenue 
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 
(305) JE-8-7220 

COOPER, Rubin S. 

1 03 1 Avenue J 

Brooklyn, New York 11230 

CL-2-0397 

DANZGER, Robert W 

1188 East 10th Street 

Brooklvn, New York 11230 

CL-2-9481 

DAVIDOWITZ. Wallace 

Box 354 

South Fallsburgh, New York 1 1 570 

(914) 454-7645 

DOST1S, Steven M. 
44 Rockland Drive 
Jericho, New York 1 1753 
(516) WE-S-6639 

EISENBERG, Frank D. 

3057 63rd Street 

Seattle, Washington 981 16 

(206) WE-2-2048 

ELLMAN, Neil D. 
828 Belvoir Crest Drive 
Chattanooga. Tennessee 57412 
(615) 624-8771 

ELKIN, Douglas 

2501 Kensington Avenue 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada 
(314) 937-9689 

EPSTEIN. David H. 

10-31 167th Street 
Flushing. New York 11358 
TU-6-1516 

FEINTUCH, Abie Z. 

64 Waterloo Avenue 
Downsview, Ontario, Canada 
(416) 636-9925 

FEIT. Carl C. 

1 8 Maple Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11225 
BU-7-4467 

FELDMAN. Howard B 
2224 Avenue P 
Brooklyn, New York 1 1229 
CL-2 0261 

FINKELSTEIN. George B. 
1350 Grand Concourse 
Bronx. New York 10456 
CY-3-7932 



F1SCH, Martin J. 
1 642 54th Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11204 
HY-4-7317 

FRANK. Morton 
7 Marden Avenue 
Dorchester, Massachusetts 02124 
(617) CO-5-9754 
FRIEDENBERG, Pinhas 

1569 45th Street 
Brooklvn, New York 11219 
871-9652 

FRIEDMAN, Phillip 

6107 North Sacramento Street 
Chicago, Illinois 60645 
(512) 761-2412 

FRISHMAN. Nissan M. 

5313 Rochambeau Avenue 
Bronx. New York 10467 
OL-4-6756 

FUCHS, Howard 
2024 Paulding Avenue 
Bronx. New York 10562 
LY-7-1964 

FURMANSKY. Bernard H. 
1355 51st Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11219 
GE-6-2965 

GOLDBERG, Michael 
212-1 5 \ 59th Avenue 
Bayside. New York 11361 
BA-9-1798 

GOLDBERG. Myron 

1 08-49 66th Avenue 

Forest Hills. New York 11375 

TW-6-8888 

GOLDBERG. Wallace 
1 520 17th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11219 
854-3350 
GOLDMAN. Simcha S. 

5134 North Kimball Avenue 
Chicago. Illinois 60625 
(312) JU-8-4189 

GOLDSCHMIDT. Eli 

32 Edgewood Street 
Hartford, Connecticut 061 12 
(203) 247-1581 

GOLDSMITH. Elihu 
1 124 Ward Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10472 
1Y-3-9202 

GOLDSMITH. Michael 
615 West 185rd Street 
New York. New York 10035 
WA-8-5942 

GOLDSTEIN. Murray 
955 Walton \venue 
Bronx. New York 10452 
588-6965 

GORSETMAN. Fred 

1 1 5 Somers Avenue 
Charleston. West Virginia 25301 
(304) 342-2661 

HAGLER, Isaac 
2059 69th Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11204 
CL-6-3552 

HALLER. Melvin 

201 East Ml. Eden Avenue 
Bronx. New York 10457 
LU-3-1749 



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HASPEL. Martin V. 
1456 Lozier Place 
Tcaneck. New Jersey 07066 
BR-5-6436 

HEIFETZ. Mitchell J. 
76-1 Lakeview Avenue 
Cleveland. Ol.io 44116 
(216) 451 -3927 

HELMREICH. William B 

106 Fort Washington Avenue 
New York. New York 10032 
WA-5-2364 

UERSH. Jacob 
1376 42nd Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11210 
GE-5-5065 

ISSEROFF. Abraham Z. 

1631 54th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11210 
UL- 1-5308 

IACOBOWITZ. Jacob 

5018 I 4 th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11219 
UL-4-5043 

JACOBSON. Murray 
1 48 West Walnut Street 
Long Beach. New York 1 1561 
(516) GE-1-2846 

JAKUBOV1CS. Sidney J. 
490 West 187th Street 
New York. New York 10033 
WA 7-6494 

KALISH. Sidney J. 
I 8 Clover Street 
Elizabeth. New Jersey 07202 
(201) EL-3-3252 

KAM1NETSKY. Sholom M. 

1061 Stell Place 
Bronx. New York 10469 
TU-2-4153 

KASTEN. Avi J. 

590 Waukena Avenue 
Oceanside. New York 1 1 572 
(516) RO-4-9379 

KATZ. Louis 

5555 Netherland Avenue 
Riverdale, New York 10463 
884-7574 

KATZ. Stanley 
2436 Brambleton Road 
Baltimore. Maryland 21209 
(301) LI-2-0429 

KAUFMAN, Lester 
142 Laurel Hill Terrace 
New York. New York 10040 
927-9044 

KAUFMAN. Richard E. 

330 East 91st Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11212 
HY-6-6989 

KIMMEL. Jay 

759 Caffrey Avenue 

Far Rockaway. New York 1 1691 

FA-7-8642 

KLEIN, Harvey A. 
5504 14th Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 11219 
851-7174 

KLEIN. Stanley 

1 47 West 75th Street 

New York, New York 10023 

TR-3-8342 



KLINGS-HOFFER. Robert 
166 East 203th Street 
New York. New York 10458 
733-0045 

KOBLIN. Steven R. 
2965 Valentine Avenue 
Bronx. New York 10458 
SE-3-7589 

KOHN. Samuel 

268 East Broadway 

New York. New York 10002 

OR-4-5921 

KOLB. Robert 

6734 Booth Street 

Forest Hills. New York 11375 

897-2607 

KOPPEL. Uri 

255 Cabrini Blvd. 

New York. New York 10055 

SW-5-6538 

KRONICK, Lowell S. 

5903 Glenwood Road 
Brooklyn, New York 11234 
CH- 1-6946 

KURZ. Daniel L. 

At) Linda Avenue 

White Plains. New York 10605 

(914) EW-6-R894 

KURZ. Sheldon Z. 

5305 Fairview Terrace 

West New York. New Jersey 07093 

(201) UN-3-0344 

LACHER. Arthur B. 
1272 East 7th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11230 
CL-8-8901 

LANDAU. Jacob J. 

458 East 92nd Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11212 
EU-5-1432 

LANDAU. Leon C. 
1500 Broadway 
New York. New York 10040 
LO-7-6445 

LANDAU. Michael S. 
82-24 Austen Street 
Kew Gardens. New York 11415 
HI- 1-0 166 

LAVIT. Gary 
252 Rocton Avenue 
Bridgeport. Connecticut 06606 
(203) 374-0571 

LEBOVI1 Z. Benny 
2186 University Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10455 
FO-7-4784 

LERER. Solomon L. 

128 Baruch Place 

New York. New York 10002 

OR-7-5838 

LERNER. Melvin 

17101 N. E. 5th Avenue 

North Miami Beach, Florida 33162 

(305) WI-5-3869 

LEVY. Barry 

600 North Edge Park Drive 
Haddonfield. New Jersey 08033 
(609) HA-9-8073 

LONDON. Myles R. 

1 30 Laurel Street 

Maiden. Massachusetts 02148 

(617) 322-3710 



LURIE. Sanford S. 
1675 Walton Avenue 
Bronx. New York 10453 
TR-2-4988 

LUSTMAN, Morris A. 
5711 Rubin \venue 
Baltimore. Maryland 21215 
(301) 367-2249 

MACKLER. Chaim S. 

230 Westminster Street 
Hartford. Connecticut 061 12 
(203) 242-1287 

MANTEL. Arthur 

251 West S7th Street 

New York. New York 10024 

SO-75912 

MARKOVITZ. Milton 

1718 Glenmont Road 
Cleveland, Ohio 44118 
371-5457 

METAL. Steven 
163 East 184th Street 
Bronx. New York 10468 
WE-3-9468 

MEZRAHI, Joseph 

459 Avenue S 

Brooklyn, New York I 1 223 

DE-9-7211 

MILLER. Ernest 

8200 Reeds Lane 

Prairie Village. Kansas 66208 

(913) NI-2-5955 

MILLER. Richard 
1750 Watson Avenue 
Bronx. New York 10472 
11-2-4767 

MIRVIS. David M. 
1 58 Algonquin Road 
Hampton. Virginia 23561 
(703) PA-2-6590 

MOND, James 

210 West 101st Street 

New York, New York 10025 

AC-2-7702 

MONDERER. Samson 

118-14 83rd Street 

Kew Gardens. New York 11415 

VI-7-3708 

MOOS. Sanford J. 
155 Earl Street 
Westbury. New York 1 1801 
(516) 533-7328 

MOSES. Milton 
5123 11th Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 11219 
GE-i-8624 

NADATA. Howard S. 

705 Almont Road 

Far Rockaway, New York 1 1 690 

GR- 1-8624 

NAGLER. Fred S. 

615 West 186th Street 
New York, New York 10053 
292-7013 

NAROTSKY, Louis 
666 Winthrop Avenue 
New Haven, Connecticut 065 1 1 
(203) 776-9088 

NEUMANN. Milton W. 

4 Stuyvesant Oval 

New York, New York 10009 

GR-3-2155 



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NOVICK. Joseph 
39 West 1 6tk Street 
Bayonne, New Jersey 07002 
(201) HE-6-4693 

ODESS. Alan I. 
2047 Holland Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10462 
UN-3-8905 

ORBACH. William W. 
600 West 183rd Street 
New York, New York 10033 
WA-3-5668 

PACHTER. H. Leon 

759 East 82nd Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11236 
CH- 1-7747 

PAIKIN. Michael 
435 Ellis Street 
Syracuse, New York 13210 
(315) 474-3705 

PATOW, William H. 
69-11 Clovedale Boulevard 
Bavside, New York 1 1 364 
BA-4-9376 

PESSAH. Marius 
1 280 Walton Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10432 
WY-2-2654 

PICK, Robert Y. 

35-08 95th Street 

Jackson Heights. New York 11572 

335-6558 

PINTER. Jerome 
1259 Astor Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10469 
AD- 1-4751 

RABIN. Aaron 
765 Crown Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11213 
PR-3-6257 

RACKOVSKY, Shalom R 
465 Anson Street 
Bridgeport. Connecticut 06606 
(203) 372-3964 

REINEELD. Wilbur 

475 East 92nd Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11212 
HY-6-5097 

RON. Shlon.o Z. 

600 West 1 88th Street 
New York. New York 10040 
LO-8-0070 

ROSMAN. Howard J. 
48-02 43rd Street 
Woodside. New York 11377 
ST-6-6425 

ROSNER. Barry 

1231 51st Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11219 
GE-8-5678 

ROTHSTEIN. Aaron 
16i6 West Godfrey Avenue 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19141 
(215) WA-7-4563 

RUBINGER. Fred 
26 Bemben Street 
Albany. New York 1 2208 
(518) 489-3024 

SASLOW. Arthur L. 

199 Caroline Street 

Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 

(518) 584-2174 



SAVITSKY, Stephen J. 
293 Montgomery Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11225 
SL-6-50S2 

SCHIMMEL. Barry 

64-30 110th Street 

Forest Hills. New York 11575 

TW-7-6233 

SCHNEIDER. Barry 
89-02 19th Avenue 
Brooklyn. New York 
ES-3-3234 

SCHRECK. Michael H. 

445 Neptune Avenue 
Brooklyn. New York 11214 
ES-5-5234 

SCHWARTZ. Joseph 

2109 83rd Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11214 
BE-6-0674 

SEIDENFELD, Jerome 
125 Mt. Hope Place 
Bronx. New York 10455 

CY-4-2138 

SERELS. M. Mitchell 

500 West 235th Street 
Riverdale. New York 10463 
546-8147 

SHAPIRO. David 1. 
929 Meridian Avenue 
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 
(505) 538-8762 

SHATZKES. Jechiel 
495 West 1 86th Street 
New York, New York 10033 
927-2385 

SHELNITZ, Phillip S. 
620 Cleveland Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604 
(203) 533-2969 

SHERMAN. Charles S. 
308 East Albanis Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 10020 
(215) DA-4-8265 

SHEVLIN. Michael 

530 F Grand Street 

New York. New York 10002 

OR-7-8527 

SILVER. Joel 
90-10 149th Street 
Jamaica, New York 1 1455 
OL-8-5456 

SINGER, Alexander T. 
115 Amberl Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11208 
DE-2-3629 

SONNENBLICK. Edward 

5050 Decatur Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10467 
OL-4-3038 

SPILER. Ira J. 
1505 Iceland Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10460 
TY-2-5998 

STAV1N, Abraham J. 
250 West 94th Street 
New York. New York 10025 
MO-3-3965 

STEIN. Nachum 
6510 Wilderton Avenue 
Montreal 26. Quebec. Canada 
(514) 733-6254 



STERN. Harvey 

255 Second Avenue 

New York, New York 10003 

GR-3-2918 

STERN, Jack 

675 Academy Street 

New York. New York 10034 

WI-2-4558 

STERN. Malcolm 
1 777 Ocean Parkway 
Brooklyn. New York 11223 
ES-6-4646 

STERN, Marvin J. 

575 Grand Street 

New York. New York 10001 

OR-5-5191 

STERN. Samuel D. 
281 Crown Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11225 
PR-8-1428 

SUGARMAN. Harvey C. 
1 126 Meadowbrook Drive 
Syracuse. New York 13229 
(313) GI-6-2410 

TEMAN. Norman 
136-10 76th Road 
Flushing. New York 11 367 
BO-3-S179 

TROPPER. Martin D. 
689 Montgomery Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11213 
HY-3-0005 

TWERSKY. Melvin M. 

554 West 22nd Street 
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013 
(215) TR-2-1125 

WEINER, Leonard M. 

51 Bryant Street 

Maiden. Massachusetts 02148 

(617) DA-2-4597 

WIEDER. David 

1681 Monroe Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10457 
CY-4-1509 

WIENER. William N. 
550 Jackson Street 
Holyoke. Massachusetts 
(415) JE-2-2092 

WILK, Lawrence A. 
998 East 21st Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11210 
252-3559 

WOHL, Morris A. 
1418 52nd Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11219 
GE-5-6999 

WOLF. Robert A. 
1 620 49th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11204 
UL-1-6619 

ZABLOCKI. Abraham 
40 Shore Boulevard 
Brooklyn. New York 1 1235 
DE-2-0642 

ZILBERBERG. Joshua 
927 46th Street 
Brooklyn. New York 11219 
635-9591 

ZISQUIT. Donald P. 
1315 Lenox Avenue 
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 
(305) JE-8-6388 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

and 

BEST WISHES 

to 

DAVID BROTH 

on 
HIS GRADUATION 

from 

MOM and DAD 

UNCLE DAVE SCHMELZER 

and FAMILY 

MR. and MRS. IRVING STONE 

RABBI and MRS. N. W. 

DESSLER 

HEBREW ACADEMY OF 

CLEVELAND 

MR. and MRS. WM. HIMMEL 

DR. and MRS. GOLDBLATT 

MR. and MRS. E. HEISER 

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MR. IRV CHAPMAN 

and 

RELATIVES AND FRIENDS 

FROM CLEVELAND 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO 

EPHRAIM Z. BUCHWALD 

jD'ywyt? tV-» on ,d"»13k »b vp' 72:1 

,my IJIDTK TI3T in '121 '10 "» D 

.iV »ya lan jd Vy 

"Ephraim is our favorite son, our beloved child. 
As often as we speak of him we remember him fondly." 

Mr. and Mrs. Moshe Buchwald and 

Esther Chaya 

Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Wasserzug and 

Naamon, Shlomif, Michel and Eitan 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Born and Jason 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gordon 
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Gordon 

and Family 

and Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Gordon 

and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. George Knapp and 

Malcolm 

and Mr. and Mrs. David Knapp and 

Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peyser and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Buchwald and 

Freddie 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buchwald and Eric 

and Dr. and Mrs. Alex Buchwald 

Mr. and Mrs Joseph Buchwald and 

Esther, Vivian and Hayme 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Goldberg and 

Vivian and Harvey 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mednikow 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Baum and 

Dorothy Steinman 
and Arthur and Barbara and Family R1 



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JACK JACOBOWITZ 

from 

MR. and MRS. JACOBOWITZ and FAMILY 
BERNARD ROSENBERG 

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MARTIN LEVY 

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JAY KIMMEL 

FROM 

A FRIEND 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
to 

MORRIS WOHL 

on 

HIS GRADUATION 

from 

MOM and DAD 

SAMUEL K. BIER esq. 

MONROE DAVIS esq. 

KANTZLER, BRIZEL and 

GOBLE, INC. 

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The "End" Is Only the "Beginning" 

Graduation Day Is the First Step 

Toward the Long and Fruitful 

Accomplishments 

Of Your March Ahead. 

MAZEL TOY 



BEST OF LUCK TO 

HARVEY STERN 

FROM 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO 

LOUIS KATZ 

May He Continue To Be A Source Of 
Pride And Joy To His Family 

MR. and MRS. 
HARRY KATZ and FAMILY 



CONGRATULATIONS AND MA2EL TOY 

To "The Ness" Upon Your Graduation 

NISSEN MICHAEL FRISHMAN 

Good Luck for the Yuture 
From Your Family 

MRS. WOLF LEVIS -Grandmother 
MR. and MRS. HARRY FRISHMAN -Parents 
MR. and MRS. HERB SPIEGEL 
KAREN AND MITCHELL 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1967 

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Congratulations to the Class of 1967 
YESHIVA COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL 

Murray Jacobson, President 
Wally Davidowitz, Vice-President 
Ronald Gross, Secretary-Treasurer 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 

THE CLASS OF 1967 

We Are Happy to Welcome You to Our Midst 

YESHIVA COLLEGE 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

Alfred Roth '51 President 

Sheldon Rudoff '54 Vice-President 

Gilbert Davidoff '55 Vice-President 

Irving Ribner '37 Vice-President 

Morris Silverman '45 Treasurer 

Sam Bloom '46 Corresponding Secretary 

Abraham Shapiro '58 Recording Secretary 

Joseph Sokolow '42 . . . Chairman, National Council 

Yaakov Zev '54 Director, Alumni Activities 

William H. Rothchild '61 . . Assistant Director, Alumni Activities 

ALUMNI BOOSTERS 



Edward Berger '58 
Israel Bick '59 
Murray Bomzer '54 
Azriel Feiner '61 
Michael Garmise '63 
David Halpern '49 
Irving Heller '37 
Paul Kahn '53 
Dov B. Pikelny '53 



Steven Riskin '60 
Eli Sar '41 
Jacob Schachter '45 
Morris Silverman '45 
Arnold Singerman '47 
Sigmond Sobel '54 
Philip Stone '38 
Gabriel Sussman '46 
Bernard Zazula '61 



Harry Zwick '59 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ERNEST MILLER 

MOTHER 

BUBBY and ZADIE 

MRS. DAVID (FELICA) PALEY 

AUNT SARAH and UNCLE BENNY 

MR. and MRS. HYMAN GALBUT 

RABBI and MRS. LABEL DULITZ 

MR. and MRS. B. MENIN 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

NORMAN TEMAN 

from 

HIS PARENTS 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DAVID M. BERNSTEIN 

MOM, DAD 
and JERRY 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
HOWARD ROSMAN 

FROM 

MOM, DAD 

MARTY, LARRY AND SIDNEY 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
MARTIN 

ON HIS GRADUATION 
MOM, DAD AND GAIL 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
SHALOM, 

A BELOVED SON 

AND ALL HIS CLASSMATES 

RABBI AND MRS. ISAIAH RACKOVSKY 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
for Future Success 

To Our Son And Brother 

MORRIS 

from 

MR. and MRS. 

JACOB LUSTMAN 

and STANLEY 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MICHAEL SCHRECK 

Dii?o 'prm V"»n "?k ^no i 1 ? 
d , n j □ j j "? i? Q i i o y ? n 3 1 a 

MR. and MRS. 

AARON SCHRECK 

BARBARA and JERRY 


LONDON OIL COMPANY 

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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
ROBERT YEHUDA PICK 

MOTHER 

CHAIM AND SHULA GADOL 
DAVID AND YORAM 

SHOSHANA KLEIN 
DAVID AND AMIRAM 

LEAH AND MORDECHAI WINKLER 
DAVID 



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SHLOMO APPEL 

MOM & DAD 

ESTHER 

REBECCA 

ZIPORAH 

YAKOV 

DVORA, MIKE & JUDY 



Mazel Tov and Congratulations to 

PHIL FRIEDMAN 

Upon His Graduation 

FROM THE WHOLE FAMILY 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MYRON GOLDBERG 

from his parents 

RABBI and MRS. 

DANIEL GOLDBERG 

and Sister 

ROCHELLE 

and 

RABBI and MRS. 

SHELDON BORGEN 

REIZIE and 

YSACCHAR DOV 



Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF '67 

ABNER GROFF '60 

Asst. to Dean of Admissions 

GARY KORNSPAN '63 

Asst. to Director of Student Finances 

JACK NUSSBAUM '59 

Asst. to Director of Student Finances 

LARRY WACHSMAN '63 

Asst. to Registrar 

JERRY WITKIN '61 

Asst. to Dean of Admissions 



Best Wishes to 

YAAKOV 

and the 

CLASS OF '67 

DR. and MRS. 
SAMUEL E. GROSS 



Congratulations to 

FRED NAGLER 

upon his graduation 

S. WIENER 
FURNITURE CO., INC. 

South Fallsburg, N.Y. 



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Compliments of 

MR. and MRS. 

MURRAY KLEINMAN 

and FAMILY 


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Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1967 

', from 

THE STUDENT 

COUNCIL OF 

ERNA MICHAEL 

COLLEGE 

JACK STERN 

President 

ISAAC HAGLER 

Vice-President 

MILTON NEUMANN 

Secretary-Treasurer 
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Best Wishes to 

B. DAVID BROTH 

from 

THE ASTRUP CO. 

Cleveland, Ohio 
New York, N.Y. 





Congratulations 




CLASSIC KNITTING 


to our son, 




MILLS, INC. 


SHELDON KURZ 




208 Varet Street 


MR. and MRS. 




Brooklyn, N.Y. 11206 


MILTON KURZ 
IRWIN and LINDA 




Congratulations 






from the 


In Memory of 




FRIENDS 


MINNA K. HANDEL 




of 


The 




TULLY MILTON WALTER 


"HANDEL" FAMILY 




NEUMANN 




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1 

Best Wishes to 
ARTHUR L. SASLOW 

Grandma and Poppa 

Roy and Anne 

Yona and Phylise 

Uncle Joe Packer 

Dad and Mom 

and 

Mona 


Mazel Toy and Best Wishes 
To Our Son and Brother 

HARVEY 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Bachman 
Dr. and Mrs. Yale Port 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bachman 
Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Ungar 


Congratulations to 

BARNETT S. BRICKNER 

on his graduation 

Embee Sunshade Company, Inc. 

Manufacturers of Beach and Garden Umbrellas 

|| 156 


Mazel Tov to 
ROBERT W. DANZGER 

upon his graduation 

Love, 

The Entire Family 



Compliments of 

THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE 

THE OFFICIAL YESHIVA COLLEGE 

"ON CAMPUS" STORE 

We Welcome Alumni Patronage 


FRANK CASSIDY 
SHELL SERVICE STATION, INC. 

2420 Amsterdam Ave. 

(Corner 180th Street) 

New York City 

Phone: WA 8-8100 


MOORE BROTHERS 

WHOLESALE MEAT 

1209 Utica Avenue 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 


DALE OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

Authorized Oldsmobile Dealer 

281 West Fordham Road 

Bronx, New York 10468 

CY 8-0200 

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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

BRUNO BIELER 

BARNETT BRICKNER 

LAWRENCE CHERNIAK 

MURRAY JACOBSON 

CHAIM JERUCHEM 

ROBERT MARK 

SANFORD J. MOOS 

MOSHE MORDUCHOWITZ 

FRED RUBINGER 

ARNOLD RUND 

HARVEY SILBERSTEIN 

WILLIAM WIENER 

JOSEPH ZITTER 

from 

JOSEPH ISAIAH BERLIN 
NORMAN JAY 
NOVOSELLER 

Friends of Yeshiva University 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

WILLIAM HELMREICH 

from 

THE ENTIRE FAMILY 


In Honor of 

ALEXANDER 
from 

LOVING PARENTS 
and SISTER 

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Best Wishes to the 

CLASS OF 1967 

for a Successful Future 

from 

A FRIEND 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

RICHARD E. KAUFMAN 

HOLLAND FARMS 


Congratulations to 

CHARLES STEVEN SHERMAN 
On His Graduation 

MOTHER and DAD 


Congratulations to 

NACHUM STEIN 

from 

YOUR LOVING PARENTS 


Mazel Tov to 1 

DOV BIN-NUN 
On the Occasion of His Graduation 

ABBA IMMA 

SABTA 

MARVIN ATARA 

SHALOM AVIVA 


Congratulations and Mazel Tov to 

STANLEY KATZ 

from 

His Parents 

MR. and MRS. DAVE KATZ 


Congratulations to 

MARTIN TROPPER 

On His Graduation 

from 
THE PIN MAN 


Congratulations to 

HARVEY LEHRER 
On His Graduation 

from 
MOM and DAD 


Congratulations to 

JEFFREY ERBER 
In Honor of His Bar Mitzvah 

Parshat Vayerah 
E & S NOVELTY 

627 Broadway 
New York City 

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IN HONOR OF OUR SON 

DANIEL KURZ 

MR. & MRS. ISRAEL KURZ 


MAZEL TOV & BEST WISHES TO 

WALLY 

AND TO ALL THE GRADUATES 
MR. & MRS. HAUSER, RENEE AND CAROL 


1 


BETH HON— BETH ISRAEL 
KEREN AMI 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

MICHAEL 

AND HIS FELLOW GRADUATES 
MR. & MRS. LOUIS GOLDBERG 




MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 

HANOCH MICHAEL ZWEIG 

SON OF 

REV. & MRS. ISAAC ZWEIG 

BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, BALTIMORE 


CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES TO 

SANDY 

AND HIS CLASSMATES 

FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE 

MOTHER & DAD 

UNCLE CHARLIE & AUNT IDA LURIE 




CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SON 

LOWELL KRONICK 

UPON HIS GRADUATION 
FROM MOM AND DAD 

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Yorkville Metal Products Co. 

627 GREENWICH STREET 
NEW YORK 14, NEW YORK 







MAZEL TOV TO OUR FORMER CLASSMATE 
ELIAHU GOLDSMITH 

STUDENTS FROM CLASS A2 
YESHIVA MERCAZ HARAV, JERUSALEM 



TO 
MENACHEM HASPEL 

CONGRATULATIONS UPON YOUR GRADUATION 

BEST OF LUCK 

THE STRACHMAN FAMILY 

MOM, DAD, AND JOANNIE 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HESHIE KLEIN 

UPON HIS GRADUATION 

FROM 

MR. & MRS. ABRAHAM KLEINER 



GOOD LUCK TO 

BARRY 

FROM HIS MOTHER, FATHER, & SISTER 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DAVID 

AND THE CLASS OF 1967 
FROM MR. & MRS. CARMEL & BROTHER ABRAHAM 



BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE TO 

SIDNEY KALISH 

FROM 
MOM, DAD, AND GRANDMA 
NORMAN AND HELENE 
VIVIAN AND LINDA 

AUNT FLORENCE AND UNCLE DAVE 



CONGRATULATIONS AND FELICITATIONS 

TO MY DEAR COLLEAGUE AND 
FELLOW CLASSICAL GUITARIST 

MARIUS PESSAH 

ON HIS GRADUATION FROM COLLEGE 

"God Has Laid A Finger On His Brow, And It Will 

Not Be Long Before His Name Becomes A Byword 

Here And Abroad." — Good Luck Mar! 

FROM 

Andres Segovia, Mike Shevlin, Julian Bream, Mel 

Haller, & The Whole Pessah & Masliah Family 



MAZEL TOV & BEST WISHES 
FOR A WONDERFUL FUTURE TO 

MOSHE YAAKOV 

From Parents: Rabbi & Mrs. R. Stern 

Sisters: Phyllis And Carol 

Brothers: Avraham & Alexander 

Aunt & Uncle: Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Goldblum 



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MAZEL TOV & BEST WISHES 
TO OUR DEAR SON AND BROTHER 

HANOCH MICHAEL 

REV. & MRS. ISAAC ZWEIG & SHLOMO 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HARVEY LEHRER 

Upon His Graduation 

SPEEDY BELT COMPANY, INC. 

62 WEST 36 STREET 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 


EASTERN ELEVATOR CO. 

CONSTRUCTION— MAINTENANCE— REPAIRS 
LICENSED ELECTRICIANS 

481 DRIGGS AVENUE 

BROOKLYN, NY. J 727 7 

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HOWARD CLOTHES 

564 W. 181 STREET 

NEW YORK CITY 

NO CHARGE FOR SHATNES TEST 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

CONGREGATION SHAARE HATIKVAH 

(GATES OF HOPE, INC.) 

711 WEST I79TH STREET 

NEW YORK 33, NEW YORK 


IN MEMORY OF 
LOUIS and LENA BRODSKY 


MAZEL TOV AND BEST OF LUCK TO 

MOSHE YAAKOV STERN 

FROM 

Parents Rabbi and Mrs. Ralph Stern and Family 

Phyllis and Carol Avraham and Alex 

Grandfather Aaron Goldblum 

Aunt and Uncle Mr. and Mrs. C. Goldblum and Cousins 

162 


IN MEMORY OF 

CHARLES GOLD 

LOVING GRANDFATHER OF 

DANIEL KURZ 



Congratulations to 

MEL HALLER 

MYRON GOLDBERG 

MARIUS PESSAH 

LEON LANDAU 

from 

JOHN, PAUL, GEORGE, 
and RINGO 


Congratulations to 

MEL HALLER 
from 

JOHN and ZAL 


Congratulations to 

MYRON GOLDBERG 

on his graduation 
fro m 

AMERICAN KOSHER 
CATERERS 


Congratulations to 

LEON LANDAU 
from 

MOTHER and FLORENCE 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

to our nephew 

HANOCH MICHAEL ZWEIG 

upon his graduation 
from 

RABBI and MRS. 
M. H. LEVINSON 


Congratulations to 

our son 

FRED 

and his entire class on their graduation 

MR. and MRS. 
H. NAGLER 


RIDGE MOUNT HOTEL 

| Parkville, N.Y. 12768 

Welkowitz Family 

Phone 914-292-8822 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

FRED NAGLER 
from 

HARRY PASTORINSKY 

163 



TO OUR SON 


ROBERT W. 


MAZEL AND BRACHA 


mo ?T3 


yenrp 


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n ' -iK-pns i -]ij;i 


pa'3ii-Drn2s 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
FOR SUCCESS TO 
JOSHUA ZILBERBERG 
MR. & MRS. DAVID ADLER 
SOLOMON, ISAAC & YOCHEVED B. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JERRY SEIDENFELD 

FROM 

MOTHER, DAD, AND SHELDON 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JERRY 

ON HIS GRADUATION 

from 

UNCLE NAT, AUNT GOLDIE AND COUSIN NORMAN 

P.O. BOX 46695 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 99046 

TELEPHONE: 213-936-0247 

ISRAEL I. BICK 

WHOLESALE — RETAIL 
POSTAGE STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS 
MEMBER: ASDA — ATA — JPS 

BERTNER THREAD CO., INC. 
530 BROADWAY 

NEW YORK, N.Y. 10012 
CA 6-7806 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO 

JOSHUA S. ZILBERBERG 

MR. & MRS. M. DAVIS RABBI & MRS. N. LOMNER 

MR. & MRS. O. LEEDER REV. & MRS. A. LEEDER 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ROBERT YEHUDA PICK 

RABBI AND MRS. MELECH AUGENSTEIN 

AND FAMILY 



RABBI & MRS. M. KORB AND FAMILY 

TO 

JECHIEL 

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

YOUR AUNT AND UNCLE 



"LOTS A LUCK" 
YOU'LL NEED IT 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '67 
DR. AND MRS. ELI SAR 



IN MEMORY OF 
DR. HARRY FRIEDMAN 



HELP SAVE SOVIET JEWRY 
WE MUST NOT FORGET THEM 

TEL CHAI MOADON 
BRONX BETAR 
105 CLARKE PLACE 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

AARON ROTHSTEIN 

AND THE CLASS OF 1967 

RABBI AND MRS. JOSEPH ROTHSTEIN 

DEBBY—CHAIM—JUDAH 


FRIEND OF 

ARTHUR LAC HER 


BEST WISHES TO 

JACOB LANDAU 

FROM 
GERALD D. NEUMAN 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ROBERT YEHUDA PICK 

RABBI AND MRS. YAAKOV POLLAK AND FAMILY 


SHIRA and BENJAMIN DOLLER 

STUDENTS AT YAVNEH ACADEMY 
PATERSON, N. J. 


TO 

HAROLD BRANDWEIN 

MY NEPHEW 
HE WILL GROW AND BE . . . 


A FRIEND OF 

YESHIVA 


GREETINGS FROM 

A FRIEND 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SOL LERER 

RABBI AND MRS. MOTEL RABINOWITZ 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

Mr. and Mrs. David Spiegelman 
Shira Tamar 
Avram 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SOL 

MOM, DAD, FLORENCE, CHARLOTTE 


BRACHAH veHATZLACHAH to 

ZEV ORBACH 

FROM HIS PARENTS 


TO ZEV ORBACH 

MAZEL TOV and Lots of HATZLACHAH 
; in the future 

Tante Frieda and Uncle Sender 


CHARLES and MOREL J. FUCHS 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

D. NEIDITZ 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

A FRIEND 

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DUNWELL KNITWEAR CO. 

415 Bedford Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 


STELLA D'ORO BISCUIT CO. 

184 West 237th St. 

New York, 63 N.Y. 

"Home of the Famous Egg Biscuit" 


FUNLAND DAY CAMP, INC. 

Full Summer Program for Boys and Girls 

Ages: 5-16 
OL 4-2498 CY 4-7040 CY 9-3467 


Best Wishes to 

SANFORD LURIE 

WILLIAM TAUBE 
TRAVEL SERVICE 

113 West 42 Street BR 9-6670 
New York, N.Y. 10036 


Compliments of 
BODIAN'S BARGAIN STORE 

998 Southern Blvd. 
i Bronx, N.Y.C. 


Congratulations to 

TULLY MILTON WALTER NEUMANN 

from 

RABBI and MRS. J. NEUMANN 

JOSHUA and NINA 

YEHUDA and FRAN RON 


MANPOWER OF 
NEW HAVEN, INC. 


Good Luck to 

JOSEPH NOVICK 

from 
HOME COAL & OIL CO. 

14 North St. at 8th St. Ave C Bayonne, N.J. 
Phone FE 9-0333 


To 

SHLOMO RON 
Congratulations 

on your graduation 

MR. and MRS. LUDWIG MANDEL 


To \ 

SHLOMO RON 

Congratulations 

on your graduation 

MR. and MRS. 
JOSEPH ROSENBERG 


Best Wishes to 

JOSEPH NOVICK 

CHAS. GROTSKY 

B'way at 22 St. Bayonne, N.J. 
"Fine Men's Wear Since 1902" 


Congratulations to 

GERALD ARANOFF 
from 

MR. and MRS. ABE ARANOFF 

DR. and MRS S. ARANOFF 

RABBI and MRS. Y. ARANOFF 

MR. and MRS. LINDA ZALTZMAN 

DANIEL, MARLENE, and JACK 


MALCOLM 
Good Luck 

on your graduation 

THE METUIG CORPORATION 


Good Luck 

MALCOLM 
on your graduation 

DE-LUXE VANS, INC. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Murray Gordon 


Best Wishes to 

JOSEPH NOVICK 

from 
DR. and MRS. PHILIP S. 
GOLDFARB and FAMILY 

166 


Good Luck to 

JOSEPH NOVICK 



HOFFER'S MEN'S SHOP, INC. 

1383 St. Nicholas Avenue 

New York, New York 10033 

WA 7-0004 



L. GREENSPAN 

Hand Bags — Luggage — Leather Goods — Umbrellas 

1391 St. Nicholas Avenue 

New York, New York 10033 



NECEV HOME MADE FOOD, INC. 

Glatt Kosher 

Meat, Poultry and Delicatessen 

"Food Just Like Your Mother Made" 

1211 Avenue "I" 

Brooklyn, New York 11230 



WA 3-8132 A. O. Saavedra, Prop. 

SAAVEDRA AUTO SCHOOL 

511 West 181 Street N.Y., N.Y. 10033 



TEDDY FRIEDMAN 
WHOLESALE MEATS 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

WALLY and FRED 

From Sullivan County Students at Y.U. 

HARRY KATZ PHIL WALLACH 

ALAN MOSTOWSKI LEO ZIMMER 



Best Wishes for a Bright Future to Our Nephew 

LEON LANDAU 

MR. AND MRS. JACK LANDAU 



MR. AND MRS. LARRY SIECEL 

19 Corman Road 
Mattapan, Mass. 

SENATOR HARMON OF MASSACHUSETTS 

23 Hazelton Street 
Mattapan, Mass. 



MR. CHAIM KAMINETZKY 

PELHAM PARKWAY CATERERS 

We Specialize in House Parties 

Bar Mitzvahs — Engagements — Sweet Sixteens 

and All Family Occasions 

TU 2-4153 



JEROME JEWELRY 

Expert Jewelry and Watch Repairing 

Diamonds, Watches and Quality Jewelry 

3 West 183rd Street 

Bronx, New York 10453 



LOWDES, INC. 

Jefferson Valley, New York 

Representatives of Tiffany and Company 

Fifth Avenue, N.Y. 

China, Silver, Crystal and Jewelry 

From All Parts of the World 



BURNETT BROS., INC. 

'Horticulturist Specialists Since 1905' 

92 Chambers Street 
New York. N.Y. 10007 

BA 7-6138 



MEAL MART 

Your Personal Chef 



1UD OK^l 



Compliments of 

ROSEN BROTHERS 

2411 Broadway 
New York City 



BATTINO BROS. 

594 Broadway 
New York City 



M. & M. MEAT CO. 

Zicherman and Zelmanovitz 
15 E. Mt. Eden Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 



ACADEMY LIQUOR CORP. 

2648 Broadway (at 100th St.) 
New York, N.Y. 10025 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ROBERT WOLF 

from the 

WOLF. GREENHUT and 
SILVER FAMILIES 


L & C FRUIT CORPORATION 


HERSHEL GOLDBERG, INC. 

96 Hester St. 
New York, New York 10002 


CONGO TIRE CO.,INC. 

136 Tenth Ave. New York, N.Y. 
George G. Rothstein 


KEVINS TAVERN, INC. 

Amsterdam Ave. & 184th St. 
New York, New York 10033 


KOVA HATS 

4707 13th Street 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 


CAPITOL TYPEWRITER SHOP 

Eugene Friedman 
573 W. 181 St. New York 33, N.Y. 


Congratulations to 

AARON ROTHSTEIN 

MR. and MRS. HENRY HYMAN and FAMILY 
LOWENSTEIN MEAT MARKET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 


JULES RABIN ASSOCIATES 

Advertising — Franchise Programming — Marketing 

Rabin Building Fifth St. 

Valley Stream, N.Y. 


Compliments of 
DR. and MRS. LEON KATZ 


SHAPIRO MOTORS, INC. 

631 North St. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 


K & L BARGAIN TOWN 

1455 St. Nicholas Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 10033 


AMERICAN REFRIGERATION CO. 

2255 Third Avenue New York, N.Y. 10035 
Kenneth I. Cohen MU 7-7783 


G.S.A. AUTO MART 

444 39th Street Brooklyn 32, N.Y. 
UL 4-9620 


MID-CITY OPTICAL GROUP, INC. 

1220 Broadway New York 1, N.Y. 

Dr. Samuel I. Katz Dr. Marvin S. Fox 

Optometrists 


Compliments of 

BERSON ASSOCIATES LTD. 

"Collection Specialists" 
152 W. 42 St. N.Y.C. 
168 WI 1-1010 


Congratulations to 

JOSEPH NOVICK 

REITNER'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET 

539 Avenue C Bayonne, NJ. 



1. MEDNIKOW JEWELRY CASTING, INC. 

64 W. 48 St. New York, N.Y. 


RULE CLEANERS & DYERS 

371 E. 204 St. Bronx, N.Y. 


Compliments of 
SHOE MODE 

1414 East Ave. Bronx, N.Y. 


RALPH'S BARBER SHOP 

65 W. Broadway New York, N.Y. 


FOREST HILLS CLEANERS 

64-30 108 St. Forest Hills, N.Y. 


Compliments of 
PROGRESSIVE SYNAGOGUE 


ONEC TAKE HOME FOODS 

4911 12 Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. 


CAMP MORASHA 

Lake Como, Pa. 


MURRAY'S HARDWARE STORE 

1865 Archer St. Bronx, N.Y. 


FOTO ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 

31 Essex St. New York, N.Y. 


Compliments of 
BERMAN CLOTHES 


JOE'S BARBER SHOP 

"Special Attention to All" 
2502 Amsterdam Ave. N.Y.C. 


BILLY'S 

A Man's Barber Shop 
\ 1452 St. Nicholas Ave. N.Y.C. 


Compliments of 
DR. ALEXANDER ALTERMAN, D.D.S. 


CAROL PHARMACY, INC. 

64-80 108 St. Forest Hills, N.Y. 


APICELLA SEA FOOD 

1448 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, N.Y. 


MATAMIM KOSHER PRODUCTS CORP. 

4310 16 Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. 


B. CORDON 

"Clothes of Integrity" 
New York, N.Y. 


DVORKIN BROS. 

Kosher Meats 

Philadelphia, Pa. 


SOUTH END HARDWARE CO. 

183 Washington St. Boston, Mass. 


FRUIT BOWL 

315 204 St. Bronx, N.Y. 


HERBERT SKLAR, LAWYER 

262 Washington St. Boston, Mass. 


Compliments of 
HAROLD PDAFSKY, INC. 


Compliments of 
TIV TOV STORES 


FRIEND OF 

SHLOMO APPEL 


FLEISHMAN & HEYMANN 

344 Audubon Ave. New York, N.Y. 


Good Luck to 

HESHIE KLEIN 

from 

BILL KLEIN 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Compliments of 
SEMEL'S SELF SERVICE GROCERY 


ADVANCED SEWING MACHINE CO., INC. 

521 Broadway New York, N.Y. 


S. N. SANDERS OPTOMETRIST 

Closed Saturday 
6 Clinton St. N.Y.C. 


Compliments of 
DR. AND MRS. ZEV WANDERER '54 

Beverly Hills, California 


Compliments of 

DR. AND MRS. JACK SIMON GOLDMAN 

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I 

FLEISCHMANN-HEYMANN & CO., INC. 

Glcrtt Kosher Meats, Poultry and Provisions 
1530 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, N.Y. 10033 


Congratulations to 

BERNARD BERKOVITS 


In Honor of 

HARRY BIALIK 

STATE SENATOR PAUL P. E. BOOKSON 


Best of Everything to 

AARON ROTHSTEIN 

MAX AND MOLLY FRACER AND FAMILY 


Congratulations to 
BARRY 
THE SILVERMAN FAMILY 


KOOPERMAN FAMILY 

23 Sutton Street Mattapan, Mass. 


MR. AND MRS. BEN KERZINER 

9 Willingston Avenue Dorchester, Mass. 


RAPAPORT FAMILY 

67 Poplar Street Roslindale, Mass. 


MR. AND MRS. MARTIN COLDBERC 
AND TERRIE SUE 


Compliments of 
MR. AND MRS. MATTHEW H. COHEN 


Compliments of 
MR. AND MRS. MARCUS LEVIN 


Compliments of 
SARATOGA SPRINGS NEW YORK j 
"Sabras" Chapter N.C.S.Y. 


Compliments of 
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL PODZIEBA 


Maze! Tov from the 
FEINBERG FAMILY 


Compliments of 
RABBI AND MRS. A. H. CRIS 


Compliments of 
RABBI AND MRS. SHIMON SCHWARTZ 


Compliments of 
MR. AND MRS. ABRAHAM SEBOW 


Compliments of 
MICHAEL STEIF 


Compliments of 
MR. AND MRS. JULIUS KRONICK 


MR. AND MRS. HOWARD BRAUN 

57 Sampson Pkwy. Pittsfield, Mass. 


MR. AND MRS. MARSHALL RASER 

433 Pomeroy Avenue Pittsfield, Mass. 


MR. AND MRS. HARRY SMITH 

70 Sampson Pkwy. Pittsfield, Mass. 


To 

NANCY SUE 


RABBI AND MRS. MARVIN B. PACHINO '55 


SPARTAN SPORTSWEAR 


Best Wishes to 

HESHIE KLEIN 

from 

UNCLE MURRAY 


ISIDORE GOODMAN 

77 Elm Street Pittsfield, Mass. 


ZUNDER'S GROCERY 

Across the Street from Yeshiva 


Compliments of 
HAL MclNTOSH 


Compliments of 
A. CELB 


To 
UDA 
from 
170 DVORA LEAH AND YISROEL MEIR 


To 

IRA 

from 

A FRIEND 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

Rabbi David Mirsky — Faculty Advisor 
Mr. Bert Jacobson — YU Public Relations 
Mr. Emanuel Mintz — Yearbook House 
Mr. Earl McConnell — Yearbook House 
Mr. George Rubens — Lcrstan Studios 

Rabbi Y. Zev 

Mr. W. Rothchild 

Mr. D. Weinhouse 

Mr. A. Cohen 

Mrs. A. Epstein 

Mrs. H. Feeney 

Mrs. C. Gordin 

Mrs. C. Levinson 

Miss S. Meyer 

Mrs. F. Streich 

Bruno Bieler who made this book "more colorful' 

TWA 



Cover Desicn by Robert Pick 



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