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MASMID 7969 



YESHIVA COLLEGE 
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 




Yeshiva's essence is eclectic. Composed 
of so many diverse elements, it 
presents varying images to different 
groups. 

Four years out of our twenty-one hiave 
been spent Inere; four years of 
fulfillment, frustration, enlightenment, 
and education. It is man's nature to 
comment on wfiat has been familiarto 
him: so it has always been; so it is with 
us. 

We have had the opportunity of living 
Yeshiva, indeed, of being Yeshiva. As the 
characters most completely immersed 
and involved in the Yeshiva scene, we 
feel qualified to comment on what 
Yeshiva is, and if not that, certainly on 
what Yeshiva has been to us. We know. 
We've been there. 




What has it been? What has it meant? What have we made of 

Yeshiva? A warm, living, meaningful form of Judaism was 

expounded in certain classes — but honest effort was needed 

to benefit from such instruction. Those of us sincerely 

interested in strengthening religious feelings found here a 

source of knowledge and inspiration. Yet there were others, 

unwilling, unable — uninterested. For them it was sufficient to 

go through the motions of cramming facts into their heads 

and regurgitating them into examination booklets. 




Some sought knowledge, others— grades, 
and yet others — nothing. To each of us 
Yeshiva meant just what he wanted to 
make of it. If we are to share the credit 
for our academic success, we must also 
accept our share of the blame for what 
failures we have suffered at the hands and 
minds of Yeshiva. 





Yeshiva's idea of synthesis is to combine a half day of 

intensive Jewish studies with a full load of college courses. 

Assumingthat the average student can, somehow, succeed 

in school under this burden, what of the effect on his personal 

philosophy? To whom should he turn for guidance, his 

religious studies teacher or his college professor? In answer 

to any specific problem one might be given advice ranging 

from the most unyieldingtraditionalism to the most liberal 

rationalism. This, then, is the fallacy behind Public Relations' 

claim to synthesis — no unified, workable and cogent 

philosophy of synthesis exists. Until one is formulated, 

Yeshiva will be but a spiritual and intellectual cafeteria, 

where one may pick that which suits him best. 



During our time here Yeshiva has expanded. Yet, even 

within the narrow context of Yeshiva, the word 

expansion is metaphorical. Does it aggrandize the 

University's name at the cost of subverting the 

Yeshiva, or does it bring badly needed money at the 

expense of harming the college? Doubtless it does both 

in varying degrees. Regardless of which is its most 

salient effect, expansion has become an integral part 

of our Yeshiva experience. We have welcomed it and 

opposed it; welcomed it when it seemingly made Yeshiva 

a better place to learn and grow, opposed it when the 

growth appeared uncontrollable and pointless. The 

crossroads have been reached; growth without 

purpose, consolidation and foresight must be checked. 

Yeshiva will grow; of that we are certain. Perhaps the 

growth will lead in the direction of new spiritual and 

educational heights — perhaps not. 






There are difficulties involved in managing a 

Yeshiva University administration. Complaining students, 

unimaginable heaps of paperwork and a general 

lack of facilities make life miserable for countless secretaries 

and administrators. From the students' point 

of view, however, the Administration is often more 

than justifiably uncooperative. The outdated 

bulletin boards, the fouled up transcript requests, the 

bureaucracy, the occasional sneakiness, the 

paternalism, the well-intentioned bumbling, the unyielding 

and unprogressive regulations, the red tape— these 

are our impressions of the Yeshiva 

administration. Yet each of us has experienced some moment 

when an administrator or secretary went out of his or her 

way to get us into a closed section, clear us with 

our draft board, or expedite matters through some 

mysterious high-echelon channel. Though we realize that the 

Administration under its present circumstances 

could not be much different from what 

it is, our feelings remain, at best, ambivalent. 






Take eight hundred young males and 
place them in the synthetic 
atmosphere of Yeshiva, mix in 
unequal portions of pressure, minyan, 
alienation, and Cousin Brucie, and a 
sketchy image of dorm life emerges. 



Add monumental waterfights, overly-conscientious dorm 
counsellors, overcrowded rooms, twanging guitars, and 

the most obstreperous maids in the world. A more "f- 
definite picture of the Y.U. dorm appears. t 





Dorming, like the rest of Yeshiva life, was a study 

in contrasts. A typical evening might begin with the 

cooperative fudging of an overdue term paper, go 

on to a heated discussion of contemporary mores 

and culminate in the difficult choice of Carson over 

The Late Show. 

Yet something emerged from the disjointed scene — 

the relationships formed during our stay at 

Yeshiva. Living with friends, helpingthem resolve 

personal crises, and sharing in their joys was a 

collective experience that elevated Yeshiva life from 

the strictly academic. 





The Yeshiva dorm breeds 

pressure as naturally as its 

alternative, the Washington 

Heights apartment, breeds 

roaches. No one who 

experienced it will ever forget 

having spent the night before 

a major exam in the dorm. The 

hectic, often panic-ridden 

waking nightmare, with its 

arsenal of sleep fighters — 

coffee. No Doz, Verve, Murine, 

tooth picks, cigarettes — the 

sight of dawn ushering in 

doom, the desperate last 

minute cramming, the 

dejected walk across 

Amsterdam Avenue 

towards the inevitable. 






In our pressure-filled life, we sought release, 

we sought temporary amnesia, temporary 

freedom, escape from the oppressive 

heaviness of classes, tests, and restrictions. 

We are alive and we shall prove it! 

Thus we plunge into the twilight world of New 

York outside Yeshiva: museums, bimbos, 

Broadway, Central Park, the Village— an 

existence of which many of us were unaware. 

The world, the people, with neon the saving 

grace, preventing blackness from dominating 

— neon allowing us to stay awake and visit 

outside. 





Every Saturday night some of us took the A 

train down to Stern. Black, grimy, malodorous 

cars jouncing and bouncing our Shalosh Seudot 

stomachs about. With "visions of grandeur" 

and "castles in the air" we planned and 

schemed for a night of ecstasy. Some nights 

were disappointing, others happy — some even 

completely satisfying. 

Elevators disgorged girls, all forms and shapes 

of girls; red, yellow, green ones; pretty, 

unattractive, plain girls. Some girls were 

beautiful and ugly at the same time. 

We picked them up, brought them back, put on 

their coats for them, took them off, held the 

door open while they signed in and out, out and 

in, likesmilingautomatons. 

We — the brave ones — held hands with them in 

the lounge, but sneaked kisses around cold 

windy street corners. 

We saw our friends and met their girls: Hello, 

how do you do, pleased to meet you, how do you 

like New York, what's your major, where'd you 

go, isn'tthat nice, and all that. 

Finally; Boy meets girl, boy likes girl, girl likes 

22 boy, boy and girl go steady, engage, and get 

married in "Who's Whose." 







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routine worthwhile. One special person entered 

and suddenly gamesceased, barriers lifted, all 

made way before the warm glow of real 

communication. Onetouch, one smile, and life 

took on a new direction, a new dimension. And 

this, too, was part of Yeshiva. 



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During the last few years, death has entered 
Yeshiva if not as a force or motivation, at 
least as a consideration. Before, there was 
simplicity. Graduate schools and a career 
followed logically from the college experience. 
Now the cloud of war has obscured not only 
graduate schools, but the whole future. Our 
decisions and plans must be tempered and 
shaped by the omnipresence of the draft. The 
pre-meds are the lucky ones: by the time they 
finish their protracted education, Viet-nam 
may be forgotten. The rabbinic students are 
also lucky: at least those who really planned on 
semicha are. The rest may regret their postponed 
goals: they may not. Safety they have gained: 
but what about intellectual honesty, peace of 
mind, morality? Situation ethics turn plans for 
the future into a series of strategems designed 
to help us "stay out." One prays for ulcers, 
slipped discs, heart conditions, tuberculosis. 
And through it all, one fears. 




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What lies in store for the students of a school 

which intentionally turns its back on the 

external world? Our view of the world is not 

reactionary, yet it has asserted itself in ways not 

common to the American college scene. We 

are not the Yeshiva administration, nor are we 

the Columbia student body. Our riots are big, 

friendly, rambunctious water fights. We throw 

toilet tissue out the windows and yell "Josh must 

go!" but all we want is less pressure on our 

psyches and the end of a cenozoic educational 

process. 




We are different, but not afraid; we have been 
sheltered, but not made unaware. The pressures 
which affected our countrymen and 
co-religionists have also affected us, if to a 
somewhat lesser degree. Some of us transcended 
the pervasive spirit of anonymity and 
indifference which heretofore marked our 
campus. Some tried to improve the world, to 
shape it to their varied ideals. We are prepared 
to enter a society not of our own making, though 
not to worship at the shrine of others' conception. 
Guarded and guided by our principles, we shall 
survive, and, perhaps, prevail. 







It is somewhat amazing that the frailties and failings of Yeshiva 
most characterize the school to the students, while its unique as- 
sets often go disregarded. Yeshiva's approach may be a solution to 
many problems faced by the American Jewish community. Perhaps 
it is our appreciation of this potential, combined with an intimate 
knowledge of Yeshiva reality that makes us such unabashed critics. 
For what Yeshiva does, we are grateful and appreciative; for what it 
could but does not do, we are disappointed and disgusted. We are 
jealous of Yeshiva's pride and reputation, for it is ours. 

Certainly Yeshiva has not achieved a true synthesis, but it has 
tried. In some cases it has come close. Thus, many unique attitudes 
and conditions prevail at Yeshiva. These remain with us. To live as a 
Jew, one must be trained and conditioned to appreciate Judaism and 
Jewish values. We have so been trained and conditioned. If this sounds 
sentimental, so be it. One cannot attend any institution, certainly not 
brie as insulated as ours, \Vithout developing lasting ties and associa- 
tions, deep feelings and memories. Our lives were shaped here at Ye- 
shiva, pertiaps to our detriment but more probably to our' great benefit. 
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Dedication 

"Oh hi" A warm simple part of 
the phenomena that carries one 
through the weeks of stress and 
frenzy that surround the 
Yeshiva experience. Friendship- 
the singular allegiance here that 
tempers cold academics and 
personal disappointments, 
makingthings more relevant, 
more tolerable. The lonely hours. 
Walking to the library in the cold 
late evening or sulking at a 
fluorescent-lit desk in the dorm. 
It is the only remedy that heals 
the tension, and restlessness. 

Gary has helped make our 
experience at Yeshiva rewarding 
and though beset with his own 
malaise, he is always there; there 
to listen to our embarrassing 
personal and financial problems, 
there to offer advice when things 
look bad, there to secure 
employment for us when the 
deadline was two weeks past. 
His conversation, guidance, and 
humor are part of us. 
Dissatisfaction or depression 
cannot escape his scrutiny. His 
sensitive words challenge a 
drawn face, and somehow things 
are better. At his office, in the 
dormitory, walking down 
Amsterdam Avenue, Gary is a 
very close friend to all of us. 




Gary L. Kornspan 

Assistant To The Director Of Student Finances. 



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Dr. Samuel Belkin 




Yeshiva University, since the time of its inception, 
has been seen by its leadership as a 
confrontation between the old and the new. Many 
were the skeptics who foresaw that the conflict 
arising from the head-on collision of secularism 
and traditional Judaism would mean disaster 
for the fledgling institution. Yet, Yeshiva has 
grown from its humble beginnings in a manner 
that has surprised even the optimists. Certainly, 
the major factor in this growth has been Dr. 
Samuel Belkin. 

Since 1943. when he assumed leadership, Dr. 
Belkin has directed a program of expansion that 
has made Yeshiva a major reality on the 
American Jewish scene. He has directly 
influenced the lives of thousands of students 
by assuring that the philosophy and guidance 
they encountered at Yeshiva remained 
unwaveringly within the bounds of Daas Torah. 
Every decision made at Yeshiva. no matter how 
minor, bears the imprint of his guiding hand; 
everything that Yeshiva is today, we owe to him. 
It is thus with respect and gratitude that we note 
the twenty fifth anniversary of his Presidency. 




Mr. Morris Silverman 

University Registrar 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Emanuel Packman 

Assistant to the President 
for University Affairs 



Rabbi Israel Miller 

Assistant to the President 
for Student Affairs 




Rabbi Reuven Aberman 

Acting Administrative Director, RIETS 



Mr. Sheldon E. Socol 

Director of Student Finances 





Dr. Isaac Bacon 

Dean, Yeshiva College 



Rabbi Morris Besdin 

Director, JSS 



Rabbi Jacob Rabinowitz 

Director, EMC 



Rabbi Abner H. Groff 

Acting Director 
of Admissions 



Rabbi Jerry Witkin 

Assistant Director 
of Admissions 



Dr. Abraham B. Hurwitz 

Director of Student Services 




Mr. Gary Kornspan 

Assistant to the Director 
of Student Finances 



Rabbi Joshua Cheifetz 

Director of Residence Halls 



Rabbi Meyer H. Edelstein 

Assistant Registrar 



Mr. Jacob Blazer 

Director of Buildings 
and Grounds 



Rabbi Jack Nussbaum 

Assistant to the Director 
of Student Finances 



Mr. Solomon Zeides 

Librarian, Pollack Library 
Associate Professor 
of Library Science 





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Assistant to the 
Administrative Director, RIETS 



Dr. Eli Sar 

Director, Medical Services 



Mr. Bernard Sarachek 

Director of Athletics 



RABBI 

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THEOLOGICAL 

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Rabbi Joseph Arnest 



Rabbi Avigdor Cyperstein 




Rabbi Michael Katz 

Assistant Professor of Bible— YC 




Rabbi Ahron Lichtenstein 



Rabbi Jacob Lesin 

Mashgiach 



Rabbi David Lifshitz 




Rabbi Harold Kanatopsky 



Rabbi Philip Paretzky 




Rabbi Julius Parnes 



Rabbi Aaron Shatzkes 




Rabbi Herschel Schachter 



Rabbi Zelo Schussheim 




HaRav Joseph B. Soloveitchik 




Rabbi Samuel Volk 



Rabbi Mendel Zaks 

Bochain 



ERNA 

MICHAEL 

COLLEGE 

OF 

HEBRAIC 

STUDIES 




Rabbi Joseph Hausner 

Instructor in Bible 



Dr. Meir Havazelet 

Instructor in Hebrew 




Rabbi Louis Bernstein Dr. Moshe Carmilly 

Instructor in Jewish Studies Associate Professor 

of Jewish Studies EMC & YC 



Rabbi Chaim B. Gulevsky 

Instructor in Talmud 




Rabbi Baruch Ehrlich 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Aron Kreiser 

Instructor in Talmud 



Dr. Sampson A. Isseroff 

Instructor in Jewish 
Education 




Dr. Hayim Leaf 

Professor of Hebrew 
EMC and YC 



Dr. Norman Lamm 

Erna and Jakob Michael 
Professor of Jewish Philosophy 



Rabbi Joseph L. Lerner 

Instructor in Talmud 




Dr. Mayer Herskovics 

Associate Professor of 
Jewish Studies EMC & YC 



Rabbi Abraham Krupnik 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Itzhak Kerstein 

Instructor in Hebrew 



Dr. Isidor Margolls 

Visiting Associate Professor 
of Jewish Education 



Professor Pinchas Peli 

Assistant Professor 
of Hebrew Literature, 
EMC and YC 



Rabbi Simon Romm 

Assistant Professor 
of Talmud 




Rabbi Asher M. Murciano Rabbi Mitchell J. Orlian 

Instructor in Sephardic History Instructor in Bible 



Professor Shmuel Raphael 

Visiting Assist. Professor 
of Hebrew, EMC and YC 



Dr. Pincus B. Soller 

Instructor in Jewish 
Studies 



Dr. Harry Wohlberg 

Assistant Professor 
of Bible 




Rabbi Israel Wohlgelernter 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Abraham Zimels 

Instructor in Hebrew. YC and EMC 



JAMES 

STRIAR 

SCHOOL 

OF 

GENERAL 

JEWISH 

STUDIES 




Rabbi Ronald Agus 

Instructor in Jewish Philosophy 




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Rabbi Zevulum Charlop 

Instructor in Rabbinic 
Literature 



Rabbi Solomon Berl 

Instructor m Jewish Music 
JSSandEMC 




Rabbi Morris Besdin 

Director 
Professor of Bible 



Rabbi Benjamin Blech 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Meyer Berglass 

Instructor in Talmud 




Rabbi Bernard Goldenberg 

Instructor in Rabbinic 
Literature 



Rabbi Morris S. Gorelik 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Joseph Grunblatt 

Instructor in Philosophy 



Rabbi Abraham Berman 

Instructor in Bible 




Rabbi Groinom Lazewnick 

Instructor in Bible 



Mr. Justin Lewis 

Instructor in Bible 



Dr. Asiier C. Siev 

Professor of Hebrew, JSS and YC 




Rabbi Steven Riskin 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Sherman Siff 

Associate Professor 
of Talmud 



Rabbi Solomon Skaist 

Instructor in Rabbinic 
Literature 



Dr. Eric Zimmer 

Assistant Professor 
of Bible, JSS; Assistant 
Professor of History, EMC 




Rabbi Pesach Oratz 

Assistant Professor of Bible 



YESHIVA COLLEGE 



Dr. Helmut E. 

Adier Dr. Irving A. Agus 

Professor of Professor of Jewishi 

Psychology History 



Dr. Ralph E. Behrends 

Professor of Physics 



Mr. Elliot Beller 

Teaching Fellow in 
Mathematics 



Mr. Anthony Beukas 

Instructor in Speech 




Mr. Herbert 


Dr. Samuel Blackman 


Mr. Leonard Brandwein 


Mrs. Raquel 


Dr. Ruth Bevan 


Bienstock 


Visiting Lecturer in 


Electronics Laboratory 


Chang-Rod riquez 


Instructor in 


Visiting Lecturer 


Chemistry 


Technician 


Visiting Lecturer in 


Political Science 


in Economics 






Spanish 








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Mr. Zevulun Charlop 

Visiting Lecturer in 
History 



Dr. Maurice E. Chernowitz 

Professor of Art 



Dr. William Etkin 

Professor of Biology 



Dr. Sasha Englard 

Associate Professor of 
Biology 




Dr. Jack Cohn 

Visiting Lecturer in 
Education 



Mrs. Ida Dobkin 

Instructor in Chemistry 



Dr. Joseph Dunner 

David Petegorsky Professor of 
Political Science 



Dr. Gershon Churgin 

Professor of Hebrew 




Dr. Murray H. Feder 

Visiting Lecturer in 
German 



Dr. Meyer Feldblum 

Associate Professor of 
Jewish History 



Dr. Louis H. Feldman 

Professor of Classics 



Dr. David Finkelstein 

Young Men's 
Philanthropic League 
Professor of Physics 



Mr. Jerome Gellman 
Dr. David Fleisher Instructor in 

Professor of English Philosophy 



Mr. Marvin Gelfand Mr. Michael Gartenberg 

Visiting Lecturer in Teaching Fellow in Mr. Arabinda Ghosh 

Economics Mathematics Instructor in Economics 




Mr. Jonathan 
Ginsberg 

Instructor in 
Mathematics 



Dr. Irving Greenberg 

Visiting Associate 
Professor of History 



Mr. Joseph Greenblum 

Instructor in Sociology 



Dr. Hyman B. Grinstein 

Professor of Jewish 
History 



Dr. Emil Grgin 

Instructor in Physics 



Mr. Daniel Gasman 

Instructor in History 



Dr. George Haefner Dr. Benjamin Gross Dr. Max Hamburgh 

Associate Professor of Visiting Associate Visiting Associate 

Speech Professor of Mathematics Professor of Biology 



Mr. Warren Harvey 

Visiting Lecturer in 
Philosophy 




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Miss Sheila Hershow Dr. Jerry Hochbaum 


Dr. Elazar Hurvitz 


Dr. Arthur Hyman 


Dr. Abraham B 


Instructor in English Assistant Professor of 


Associate Professor of 


Professor of Philosophy 


Hurwitz 


Sociology 


Bible 




Professor of 

Health 

Education 



Mr. Athanasios Kavgalakis 

Visiting Lecturer in 
Economics 




Dr. Herman 
Kaufman 

Associate 

Professor of Mrs. Aurel King 

Chemistry Instructor in Speech 



Dr. Arthur Komar 

Professor of Mathematics 



Dr. Pauline Kra 

Professor of French 



Dr. Seymour Lainoff 

Associate Professor of 
English 




Dr. Judah Lando Dr. Arnold Lebow 

Visiting Lecturer Associate Professor of 
in Chemistry Mathematics 



Mr. Thomas Knudsen 

Visiting Lecturer In 
German 



Mr. Joe Levovitz 

Laboratory Assistant In 
Chemistry 



Dr. Ezra Levy 

Assistant Professor of 
Music 




Dr. Edward Levy Dr. Charles Liebman 

Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of 
Music Political Science 



Dr. Aaron Krumbein 

Visiting Assistant Professor of 
Physics 



Dr. Irving Linn 

Professor of English 




Mr. Morris Klein Dr. Eli M. Levine 

Instructor in Biology Professor of Chemistry 



Dr. Leon F. Landovltz 

Professor of Physics 



Dr. Aaron 
Lichtenstein 

Visiting Lecturer 
in Bible 




Dr. Henry Lisman Dr. Albert Marrin 

Professor of Mathematics Assistant Professor of 
History 



Mr. Aaron Mayeroff 

Visiting Lecturer in Russian 



Miss Patricia 
Minichino 

Visiting Lecturer in 
English 



Dr. Aage Peterson 

Associate Professor 
of Physics 



Mr. James Montesinos 

Instructor in 
Spanish 



Dr. David Plank 

Assistant Professor 
of French 



Mr. Henry Morgenstein 

Instructor in English 



Dr. Sidney Pleskin 

Professor of 
Psychology 




Dr. Sol Roth Dr. Emanuel Packman 

Visiting Lecturer Associate Professor 
in Philosophy of Political 

Science 



Dr. Jonas Prager 

Visiting Assistant 
Professor of Economics 



Dr. Norman Rosenfeld 

Associate Professor of 
Mathematics 



Dr. Nathaniel Remes 

Associate Professor 
of Chemistry 




Prof. Peretz Rosen Dr. Mordkhe Schaechter 

Assistant Professor of Visiting Assistant 
Physics Professor of Yiddish 





Rabbi Joshua Shmidman Prof. David Mirsky 

Instructor in Philosophy Professor of English 



Dr. Ralph Rosenberg 

Professor of German 



Mr. Beryl Shaw 

Teaching Fellow in 
Mathematics 




Dr. Harold Shulman Dr. Robert Segal Dr. Joan Scherer 

Visiting Assistant Assistant Professor Instructor in Biology 

Professor of of Mathematics 

Mathematics 



Dr. Harvey Senter 

Visiting Associate Professor of 
Mathematics 




Dr. Ernest Simon 

Associate Professor of 
French: Director of 
Academic Guidance 



Prof. Hyman Wettstein 

Visiting Assistant 
Professor of Health 
Education 





Mr. Rudolph Stern 

Assistant in Biology 



Dr. Saul 
Wischnitzer 

Professor of Biology 
Assistant Dean 



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Dr. Abraham Tauber 

Professor of Speech 



Dr. Annette Thau 

Assistant Professor of 
French 



Mr. Morris Snow 

Teaching Fellow in 
Mathematics 



Mr. Michael Weinberg 

Instructor in History 



Dr. Walter 
Wurzburger 

Visiting Associate 
Professor of 
Philosophy 



Dr. Dan Vogel Dr. Maurice Wohlgelernter 

Associate Professor of Visiting Assistant Professor of 
English English 



Mr. William Woolfson 

Visiting Associate Professor of 
Speech 




Mr. Martin Wolfe Dr. Arthur Woodruff 

Laboratory Assistant in Associate Professor of 
Physics Physics 



Mr. Daniel Ziff 

Instructor in Music 



Mr. Stephen Zager 

Laboratory Assistant in 
Biology 



MR. NORMAN B. ABRAMS 



To those students who didn't know him well, he was a distant and 
powerful figure. But the vast majority of students and alumni recog- 
nized him as one who was genuinely interested in the welfare of 
the talmidei hayeshivah. He had the reputation of being one of the 
most dedicated members of the administration and — while not one of 
their own — a true friend of all the roshei hayeshivah. 

He took special interest in encouraging promising students in 
RIETS to go into chinuch after receiving ordination. Today some of 
them are among the most successful Jewish educators in America. Al- 
though students tend to remember the many incidents through the 
years when he seemed a harsh disciplinarian, upon reflection many 
realize his concern for their problems. 

A close friend of Dr. Belkin, he had a significant role in shaping 
YU and RIETS. During his over forty years of service to the University, 
he rose from secretary in Tl to Administrative Director of RIETS. He 
went about his work in a diligent, quiet, and unglorified manner. He 
did not seek honor nor pursue prestige. His testimonial is the memory 
students will always have of his love of Torah and devotion to 
Yeshiva. 



DR. ALEXANDER BRODY 



It would be presumptuous to attempt listing all of Dr. Alexander 
Brody's academic achievements. An eminent social scientist, he was 
of nationwide reputation in such diverse fields as economics, history, 
law and biblical scholarship. 

Yet, overshadowing his professional acclaim were his personal 
characteristics. He was a sincere and humble man. He thought of 
others at times when others thought only of themselves. He al- 
ways stuck to his ideals, even' to the point of rejecting material ad- 
vancement. 

At his funeral certain images came to mind: a frail and sickly 
teacher lecturing after having spent the morning in treatment for his 
fatal illness; a professor being personally affronted by a freshman 
who did not know that "saving equals investment;" a counsellor ad- 
vising his troubled student, "that's right, young man." 

Of Dr. Brody it can be said that he was an ethical model, reminis- 
cent of a gentle age, an age gone by and unlikely to appear again in 
our complex, troubled world. 




Mr. Norman Abrams 
of blessed memory. 



Dr. Alexander Brody 
of blessed memory. 





Philip Lieberman 
of blessed memory 

The Philip Lieberman IVIemorial Award is presented by 
the graduating class to the senior it considers highest 
in character and personality and who has offered 
outstanding service to his class. This year, the class 
of 1969 has chosen Kenneth N. Main of Danville, 
Virginia, as the recipient. A RIETS student majoring 
in English, Kenny was elected President of Yeshiva 
College Student Council during a crucial period of 
transition for students in general and Yeshiva stu- 
dents in particular. Equipped with a keen, sensitive 
mind and a natural ability for leadership, Kenny was 
highly qualified to lead our struggle for an increased 
student voice in University affairs. The Class of '69 
is certain that his abilities will carry Kenny to a role 
of leadership in the American Jewish Community. 



Philip Lieberman \ 
Award\ 




Kenny Main 



Aboff, Ray 
EMC 

Political Science 

Judge on EMC Student Court, Mem- 
ber College Election Committee, 
EMC Canvassing Committee, Bas- 
ketball Team, Baseball Club Instruc- 
tor. Dean's List, Director's List EMC, 
Social Science Honor Society, Policy 
Planning Committee — EMC 

Abramson, Edward Y. 
JSS 

English 

Commentator — Feature Editor, Man- 
aging Editor 

Adier, Joshua 
JSS 

Pre-med 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, JSS Journal, 
Dean's List 

Adler, Mark 
RIETS 

Economics 

Hamevasar, SOY, Masmid, Student 
Directory, Economics Club 




RAY ABOFF 



EDWARD Y. ABRAMSON 




JOSHUA ADLER 



MARK ADLER 




SOLOMON Z. ADLER 



MARVIN AMMER 



DAVID ANFANG 






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ERIC ROBERT AUSTEIN JACK BABANI 



NOAH BAER 



MYRON BAGAN 




MICHAEL BASHEVKIN 



Adier, Solomon Z. 
RIETS 

History 

SOY 

Ammer, Marvin 
EMC 

Sociology 

See. Club. Intramurals, EMC Student 
Court 

Anfang, David 
EMC 

Pre-med 

Alpha Epsilon Delta. EMC Director's 
List. Dean's List. By-laws Revision, 
Editor-in-chief— Nir. EMC Student 
Court, Soccer. SSSJ. ACS 



Austein, Eric Robert 
JSS 

Psychology 

Psychology Club. Sports Editor — 
Tempo. Intramurals 

Babani, Jack 
JSS 

Mathematics 

Dorm Council, Sephardic Club Pres., 
Technical Director — WYUR. Dean's 
List. Pi Mu Epsilon 

Baer, Noah 
EMC 

Philosophy 

Contributing Editor — Commentator, 
Station Manager— WYUR. Dean's List 

Bagan, Myron 
JSS 

Sociology 

Sociology Club 

Bashevkin, Michael 
JSS 

Pre-med 

Hamevaser, Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
JSS Journal 

Bell, Richard 
EMC 

Political Science 

Intramurals, Poli-sci Club 

Bennett, Leslie 
RIETS 

Pre-med 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, YU Drive Chmn., 
SOY Pesach Provisions, Physics Club, 
ACS 

Berezin, Herbert 
JSS 

English 

Tennis Co-capt., Dean's List 

Berkenwald, John 
JSS 

Psychology 

Photography Club— V.P. 




RICHARD BELL 



LESLIE BENNETT 




HERBERT BEREZIN 



JOHN BERKENWALD 



Berkowitz, Harry T. 
EMC 

History 

Editor-in-Chief— Hamashkif, EMCSC 
— V.P., YD Choir, EMC Charity Drive 
Chairman 




Berkowitz, Mark William 
JSS 

Psychology 

Bnei Avram, Dramatics — V.P. & 
Sec'y Treas., Fall & Spring Talent 
Shows— Chmn., Typing Editor- 
Tempo, Film Committee — Co-chmn., 
WYUR, YCSC Receptions, Student Di- 
rectory, Kashrus, Masmid 

Berman, Harvey 
JSS 

Economics 

Sociology Club 

Bertram, Norman 
EMC 

Political Science 

EMCSC— Pres., Political Science 
Club, Intramurals, EMC Director's 
List, Commentator, Presidents' Coun- 



Bieier, Jack 
RIETS 

English 

Dean's List, Fencing Team, Hame- 
vaser — Feature Editor, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Kol 



Birn, Joseph 
EMC 

Biology 

Commentator — Photo Staff 




HARRY T. BERKOWITZ MARK WILLIAM BERKOWITZ 



Bleicher, Jeffrey 
RIETS 

Biology 

Bloomberg, Jon 
RIETS 

English 

Hamevaser— Asst. Feature Editor and 
Editor-in-Chief, Judiciary Committee 

Braun, Emi*. 
JSS 

Chemistry/Physics 

WYUR— Managing Board 

Brick, Gary 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Commentator— Assoc. Copy Editor 
& Exchange Editor, Jr. Justice— Stu- 
dent Court 




HARVEY BERMAN 



NORMAN BERTRAM 



JACK BIELER 




JOSEPH BIRN 



JEFFREY BLEICHER 



JON BLOOMBERG 



EMIL BRAUN 





GARY BRICK 




SHALOM BRILLIANT HARRY M. BROWN AARON E. BULMAN 




NATHAN CHASAN KENNETH CHELST PHILIP CHERNOFSKY 





iiMM^ 




STEVEN CHALFIN 



CHAIM COHEN KENNETH L. COHEN 




Brilliant, Shalom 
ElVIC 

History 

A.D.A..-'Disserif, WYUR 

Brown, Harry 
RIETS 

History 

Dean's List, YCSC, Masmid— Assoc. 
Editor, Pi Gamma Mu, Hamevaser — 
Contributing Ed. 

Bulman, Aaron 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Commentator, Tempo— News Editor, 
Pi Mu Epsilon 

Chasan, Nathan 

EMC 



Sociology 



Sociology Club 




MICHAEL COHN 



SHELDON JAY DAVID 



Chelst, Kenneth 
RIETS 



Physics/Math 



Pi Mu Epsilon 



Chernofsky, Philip 
RIETS 

Pre-Med 

SOY, Fencing Team, Bnei Akiva Club, 
Kashrus Comm. Chmn. 

Cohen, Chaim 
RIETS 

Economics 

Tempo — Cultural Events Editor, Ec- 
onomics Club, Dramatics Society. 

Cohen, Kenneth L. 
JSS 

History 




LEONARD DAVIDMAN 



SHMUEL DAVIDOVICS 



Cohn, Michael 
EMC 

Economics 

Soccer Team, Economics Club, Eco- 
nomic Mind. 

David, Sheldon Jay 
EMC 

Economics 

Sec'y.— Treas. YCSC, Masmid— 

Managing Editor, Freshman Presi- 
dent, Pi Gamma Mu, Intramurals 
Captain, Dean's List, Associate Chief 
Justice — Student Court. 

Davidman, Leonard 

EMC 

Psychology 

Photo Club. Psych Club. Commenta- 
tor—Photo Staff. 



Davidovics, Shmuel 
RIETS 

Physics 

Dean's List, Dramatics, Photogra- 
"hyClub, Physics Club 



Davis, Perry 
RIETS 

Political Science 

President— Pi Gamma Mu, SOY Kash- 
rus, Sounding Board, Assistant Con- 
tributing Editor — Commentator 

de la Fuente, Maurice 
RIETS 

English 

Dormitory Committee 

Diamond, David 
RIETS 

Pre-Med 

Alpha Epsilon Delta — Program Co- 
ordinator, Chairman of Commuter 
Affairs Committee 




PERRY DAVIS 



MAURICE DE LA FUENTE 




DAVID DIAMOND 



HOWARD L. DIAMOND 



Diamond, Howard L. 
JSS 

Psychology 

Young Americans for Freedom, Psy- 
chology Club 

Dickman, Elliot R. 
RIETS 

Chemistry 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Dean's List, 
American Chemical Society 

Distenfeld, Fred H. 
RIETS 

Pre-Med 

Dean's List, Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
American Chemical Society 

Eichenbaum, Joseph 
JSS 

Pre-Med 

Tennis Team, Editor — Sounding 
Board, Editor— JSS Bar Mitzvah Jour- 
nal, Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Ehrenreich, Leonard 
JSS 

Biology 

Bnei Akiva Club, Pre-Med Club, 
WYUR 

Epstein, Gary 
EMC 

English 

Commentator — Copy Editor & Asso- 
ciate Editor, Masmid — Literary Edi- 
tor, Pi Gamma Mu Vice President — 
Debating Honor Society, Varsity De- 
bating Team, Student Faculty Judici- 
ary Committee, Dean's List, EMC Di- 
rector's List 

Eres, Michael 
EMC 

Political Science 

EMC Director's List, Editor — Hama- 
shkif 




ELLIOT R. DICKMAN FRED H. DISTENFELD 




MICHAEL ERES 




MICHAEL ESERNER IVAN ESTERMAN STUART ETTINGER 




BRYAN FALK 



ISRAEL FARKAS EDWARD SOL FEIGELMAN KALMAN NEIL FEINBERG 




DAVID FIALKOFF 




Eserner, Michael 
EMC 

Sociology 



Esterman, Ivan 
RIETS 

English 

Dean's List. Commentator. Kol Mas- 
mid, Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Tau Delta 

Ettlnger, Stuart 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Fencing Team. Pi Gamma Mu. Neigh- 
borhood Youth Corps. S.S.S.J., Ass't 
Copy Editor— Hamevaser 

Falk, Bryan 
EMC 

Pre-Med 

EMC— Class Sec'y Treasurer, WYUR, 
Soccer Team, Nir — Business Man- 
ager, Dean's List 

Farkas, Israel 
EMC 

Chemistry 

Dean's List, EMC Director's List, Cor- 
responding Sec'y — YCSC, Junior & 
Senior Justice — Student Court, Co- 
Chairman — Athletic Committee, Can- 
vassing Committee, American Chem- 
ical Society 

Feigelman, Edward Sol 
RIETS 

Music 

Cantor, Talent Show, Dean's List 




Feinberg, Kalman Neil 
EMC 

Pre-Engineering 

Commentator— Photography Staff 

Fialkoff, David 
RIETS 

History 

Finkelman, Louis 
RIETS 

English 

Dean's List 

Finkelstein, Henry 
RIETS 

Math 

Pi Mu Epsilon — Sec'y Treasurer, 
Masmid — Coordinating Editor, Eco- 
nomic Mind — Associate Editor, Tem- 
po — News Editor. Dorm Committee — 
Co-Chairman, Curriculum Evalua- 
tion Committee 




LOUIS FINKELMAN 



HENRY FINKELSTEIN 




CHAIM FISCHGRUND ALLEN FISHMAN 




THOMAS PETER FODOR 




DAVID C. FRENKEL JOSEPH FRUCHTER 




LAZAR FRUCHTER 



Fischgrund, Chaim 
EMC 

History 

EMC Director's List. Dean's List. Pi 
Gamma Mu. Nir 

Fishman, Allen 
EMC 

Psychology 

Pres.— Photo Club, Pres. Mizrachi 
Hatzair Club, Organize June War 
Rally. Audio Visual Comm.. YCSC 
ShowComm.. SSSJ 

Fodor, Thomas Peter 
JSS 

Philosophy 

President— Yeshiva Motorcycle Club 



i 



Frenkel, David 
JSS 

Psychology 

Masmid— Editor-in-Chief, Dean's List, 
Pi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi. YCSC, JSSSC, 
Karate Team— Purple Belt, Tempo- 
Managing Editor 

Fruchter, Joseph 
EMC 

Pre-med 
YCSC, Tempo, Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Soccer Team 

Fruchter, Lazar 
RIETS 

Pre-med 

YCSC— V. P., Co-Capt. Fencing Team, 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Director of 
Committees, Class Pres., Historian 
—Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Frydman, Chaim 
EMC 

Pre-med 

Secretary— Treasurer— EMC. Cap- 
tain — Soccer Team 

Fuhrer, Harry 
RIETS 

Psychology 

Psych Club— Secretary Treas.. Dean's 
List, Blood Drive 



Furst, Zev 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Bnei Akiva Club, Pi Gamma Mu 
giga Committee— SOY, Poli. 



Cha- 
Sci. 



BClub 



i 



Galbut, Robert N. 
RIETS 

Pre-med 

Dean's List, YCSC, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta— V. P. and Treas,. American 
Chemical Society— V. P., Hamevaser, 
Masmid— Editorial Asst., Y.C. Rep- 
resentative—NYC Youth Board 




CHAIM FRYDMAN 



HARRY FUHRER 




ZEV FURST 



ROBERT N. GALBUT 




Geldwert, Josef J. 
JSS 

Pre-med 

JSSSC, Co-Chairman Theater Party 
— JSS, Co-Chairman — Big Brother 
Program, Pre-Med Club, Baseball 
Club, Soccer Club, Pulse, Masmid 

Gewirtz, Gershon C. 
RIETS 

English 

Gevrirtz, William L. 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

President — Math Honor Society 
Dorm Committee — Co-Chairman, 

ADA— Vice-Chairman 

Goldberg, Harold 
RIETS 

History 

Pulse — Chairman, Head Start 

Goldberg, Michael 
JSS 

Psychology 

Psi Chi, Psychology Club, Betar Club . 

Goldenberg, Herbert 
JSS 

Psychology 

SSSJ 

Goldstein, Marc David 
RIETS 

Chemistry 

Chem Club, Parliamentarian — 
JSSSC, Debating Team, National For- 
ensic Society 





Goldstein, Sheldon 
RIETS 

Physics 

Math Honor Society, Dean's List, 
Physics Honor Society 

Gordon, Daniel T. 
EMC 

English 

Assistant to the Editor— Masmid~'"687 
Associate Editor — Masmid '69, Stu- 
dent Head of Swimming, Student 
Registration Coordinator, Chair- 
man—Student Work Placement Bur- 
eau 

Gottlieb, Charles ,« 

EMC V 

History 

Director's List— EMC, Dean's List, In- 
tramurals, Bowling Team 

Grant, Stuart 
RIETS 

History 

President— Yolanda Benson Honor 
Society, Dean's List, Youth Bureau 





JOSEF JONATHAN GELDWERT GERSHON CHAIM GEWIRTZ 




WILLIAM L. GEWIRTZ 



HAROLD GOLDBERG 



Green, Joel 
RIETS 



History 




MICHAEL GOLDBERG HERBERT GOLDENBERG MARC DAVID GOLDSTEIN 




SHELDON GOLDSTEIN DANIEL T. GORDON CHARLES GOTTLIEB 




STUART GRANT 



JOEL GREEN 



Gross, Hyman 

EMC 

Biology 

Art Editor— Kol, Curriculum Evalu- 
ation Committee, Frosh Fencing 

Grossman, Avi 
JSS 

History 

Grossman, Theodore 
RIETS 

Jewish Studies 

Dean's List 





HYMAN GROSS 



AVI GROSSMAN 




THEODORE GROSSMAN 



KENNETH HAIN 



Hain, Kenneth 
RIETS 

English 

President— YCSC, President— Junior 
Class, Dean's List, Managing Editor— 
Kol, Sigma Tau Delta, Dramatics 
Soc. 

Halbfinger, Martin 
EMC 

Political Science 

Chief Justice Student Court EMC, 
Policy Committee EMC, Chairman 
Public Affairs Committee, EMC Elec- 
tion Committee, Poll Sci Club, Intra- 
murals 

Hamaoui, Elie 
RIETS 

Pre-med 

Pres.— Sephardic Students Activities 
Club, Alpha Epsilon Delta, French 
Club— Secretary-Treasurer 

Hamerman, Alfred 
EMC 

Mathematics 

Director's List— EMC, Dean's List, 
Dorm Committee 

Hametz, Irwin 
JSS 

Pre-med 

Fencing Team, JSS Journal 

Hellman, Robert 
EMC 

Chemistry 

Chairman— Canvassing Committee, 
Co-Chairman— Intramurals, Presi- 
dent—American Chemical Society 

Herman, Barry 
EMC 

Pre-med 

Bible Editor— Hamashkif, Pre-Med 
Club, Dean's List, EMCSC 



Herman, David 
EMC 



Pre-med 




MARTIN HALBFINGER ELIE HAMAOUI 




ALFRED SHIMSHON 
HAMERMAN 



IRWIN HAMETZ ROBERT HELLMAN 




BARRY HERMAN 




Hersh, Sheldon P. 
JSS 

Psychology 

Intramurals, Psych Club, 
Team, Big Brother 



Soccer 





SHELDON P. HERSH 



DAVID HERSHKOVITS 



Hershkovits, David 
EMC 

English 

Varsity Basketball, Senior Editor — 
Tempo, Secretary — EMC Student 
Court 

Horowitz, Harvey 
JSS 

English 

Horwitz, Bruce 
JSS 

Philosophy 

Dramatics Society— President Tu- 
toring, WYUR, Students Opposed to 
War in Vietnam, ADA, Editor— Com- 
mentator Supplement 

Isaacson, Yisrael 
RIETS 

Pre-med 

Secretary-Treasurer Chemistry Club, 
Karate Club 

Jacobowitz, David 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Masmid— Literary Editor, Tempo — 
Feature Editor, Dorm Representative, 
English Honor Society, Math Honor 
Society, Math Club 

Jacobs, Jay 
JSS-RIETS 

History 

Pi Gamma Mu, SSSJ, Hamevaser 

Jacobs, Morris 
EMC 

Political Science 

Hamashkif— EMC News Editor, YAF 

Jankelovits, Jacob 
EMC-RIETS 

Physics 

Hamashkif— History and Talmud 
Editor, Director's List— EMC, Dean's 
List 

Josefovitz, Larry 
JSS 

Music 

Tempo— Music Editor, WYUR 




HARVEY HOROWITZ 



BRUCE HORWITZ 



YISRAEL ISAACSON 




DAVID JACOBOWITZ 



JAY JACOBS 



MORRIS JACOBS 



JACOB JANKELOVITS 





LARRY JOSEFOVITZ 




HARRY KATZ STEVEN CHARLES KELTER DAVID KESSELSCHMIDT STEVEN ALAN KEVELSON 




MICHAEL KIERMAN 



Kahan, David H. 
JSS 

Physics 

Dean's List. Physics Club— Secretary- 
Treasurer. WYUR. Sigma Pi Sigma 
— Vice.Pres. 

Kahan, Sam David 
RIETS 

Economics 

Economics Club. Pi Gamma Mu 

Kasdan, Menachem B. 
RIETS 

Psychology 

B'nei Akiva Club— V.P., Psych Club- 
Secretary Treasurer, Dorm Repre- 
sentative 

Katz, Harry 

EMC 

Economics 

Director's List— EMC, Class Presi- 
dent— EMC. Economics Club 

Kelter, Steven Charles 
JSS 

History 

YU Neighborhood Youth Corps, SSSJ, 
Residence Hall Comm. 

Kesselschmidt, David 
EMC 

Pre-dent 

Photography Staff. Commentator 

Kevelson, Steven Alan 
EMC 

Psychology 

Dean's List. Director's List— EMC, Pi 
Gamma Mu, Psi Chi— Secretary Trea- 
surer 



Kierman, Michael 
JSS 

Economics 

Pi Gamma Mu, Economics Club. Mas- 
mid, Business Manager— JSS Journal 

KInderlehrer, Aaron C. 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Weekend Committee, Copy Editor— 
Hamevaser, Class Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Pi Gamma Mu, Intramurals, 
Chief Justice Student Court, Politi- 
cal Science Club, Chairman— Sen- 
ior Dinner, Dean's List 

Kinstlinger, Abraham 
RIETS 

English 
Literary Editor — Hamevaser, Associ- 
ate Editor— JSS Journal. 




AARON C. KINDERLEHRER 



ABRAHAM KINSTLINGER 




SAM KIRSCHNER DAVID KLAVAN 



HOWARD KLEIN 




MICHAEL KOENIG 



BARRY KOHN MITCHELL KORNSPAN 




MICHAEL KOSE KENNETH C. KOSLOWE 





JERRY KRANSON 



IRA KRONENBERG 




ELY LAMDAN 



SAUL LANDA 



Kirschner, Sam 
RIETS 

Psychology 

Dean's List. Psi Chi— Pres, ADA, 
Psych Club, WYUR 

Klavan, David 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Pi Mu Epsilon, Copy Editor— Gesher 

Klein, Howard 
RIETS 

Pre-med. 

President— Alpha Epsilon Delta, As- 
sociate Contributing Editor— Com- 
mentator, YCSC— Corresponding 
Sec'y 

Koenig, Michael 

EMC 

Mathematics 

Basketball Team, EMC Canvassing 
Committee 



Kohn, Barry 
EMC 



Pre-engineering 



Kornspan, Mitchell 
RIETS 

English 

Tennis Team 

Kose, Michael 
EMC 

English 

Soccer Team, Baseball Club 

Koslowe, Kenneth C. 
EMC 

Pre-med. 

Commentator— Sports Editor 

Kranson, Jerry 
RIETS 

Sociology 

Sociology Club— President, Pi Gam- 
ma Mu, Youth Corps, JSS Journal — 
Associate Editor, Hamavaser, Dean's 
List 

Kronenberg, Ira 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Tempo, Baseball Team 

Lamdan, Ely 

EMC 

English 

Drama Club, Wrestling Team 

Landa, Saul 
EMC 

Pre-dent. 

WYUR, Soccer Team, SSSJ, Dean's 
List 




Landau, Arthur 
JSS 

Biology 

Photo Staff — Commentator, Manager 
—Fencing Team, WYUR, Photo Club 

Landowne, Morton 
JSS 

English 

Commentator — Editor-in-Chief 

Lazaros, Jack 
RIETS 

Economics 

Editor-in-Chief — Economic Mind, 

President— Eco Club, Fencing Team, 
Dramatics Society 

Lebor, Avram 
EMC 

History 

Lebowltz, Eugene 
JSS 

Speech 



Lee, Jack 
EMC 



Mathematics 



Leib, Martin L. 
JSS 

Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Masmid— Sen- 
ior Editor, SSSJ, Dean's List, ADA, 
Youth Corp, Pulse 




Lerner, David I. 
RIETS 

Chemistry 

Dean's List, American Chemical So- 
ciety 

Le Vee, Eugene 
EMC 

Speech 

Photography Staff — Commentator, 
Dramatics Society, WYUR 

Levenglick, Arthur 

RIETS i| 

Mathematics 

Pi Mu Epsilon, Typing Editor— Com- 
mentator, Copy Editor— Gesher 



ARTHUR LANDAU 



MORTON LANDOWNE 




JACK LAZAROS 



AVRAM LEBOR EUGENE LEBOWITZ 




JACK LEE 



MARTIN L. LEIB DAVID I. LERNER EUGENE LEVEE 




ARTHUR LEVENGLICK 





CARL LEVENSON BARRY M. LIFSCHITZ EDWARD LIPSITZ 




FRANK MANDEL JOEL JAY MEYERS 



JOHN A. MEYERS 



ALBERT MILSTEIN 




BERNARD MONDERER 




Levenson, Carl 
RIETS 

Dean's List 



Chemistry 



Lifschitz, Barry M. 
EMC 

Pre-med. 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Dean's List, 
Soccer Team, WYUR 



Lipsitz, Edward 
EMC 

Bowling Team 



History 



Mandel, Frank 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Fencing Team, Commentator, Kol, 
Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List, Tempo, 
Political Science Club, Chairman — 
Curriculum Evaluation Comm. 

Meyers, Joel 
JSS 

Pre-dent. 

Editor-in-Chief — Tempo, Bnei Akiva 
Club 

Meyers, John A. 
JSS 

Political Science 
Masmid '69, — Circulation Manager, 
JSSSC, Election Committee Chair- 
man — JSSSC 



Milstein, Albert 
RIETS 

Economics 

Dean's List, Pi Gamma Mu, Hame- 
vaser. Debating Society, Tempo — 
Copy Editor, Vice President Econom- 
ics Club 

Monderer, Berny 
JSS 

Biology 
Masmid — Typing Editor, JSS Journal 
— Associate Editor, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Dean's List, Karate Club 

Moskowitz, Israel 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Moskowitz, Nelson 
RIETS 

Physics 

Dorm Committee, President — Physics 
Club 




ISRAEL MOSKOWITZ 



NELSON MOSKOWITZ 



Muhlbauer, Sheldon 
RIETS 

Pre-med. 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sigma Tau Del- 
ta, Tempo — Feature Editor, Soccer 
Team, Dean's List 

Naierman, Morty 
EMC 

Economics 

Baseball Club, Pulse, Economics 
Club 

Nelson, Nathan 
EMC 

Mathematics 

Chairman— Blood Drive, EMC Class 
Vice President 




SHELDON MUHLBAUER 



MORTY NAIERMAN 




Norden, Ralph 
RIETS— EMC 

Mathematics 

Dean's List, Pi Mu Epsilon, EMC 
rector's List, EMCSC 

Oboler, Jeffrey 
EMC 

History 

YU Neighborhood Youth Corps, EMC 
Director's List, President— Mizrachi 
HatzairClub 

Orner, Israel 
JSS 

Pre-engineering 

Photography Editor— Hamas hkif, 

JSS Journal 

Pickholtz, Herschel 
EMC 

Psychology 

WYUR, Motorcycle Club 

Pludwinski, Alexander 
JSS 

Political Science 

Captain— Judo Team, Chairman- 
Student Welfare Committee, Politi- 
cal Science Club 

Pogrow, Yitzie 
RIETS 

Pre-med. 

YCSC, Physics Club, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon 



Polinsky, Milton 
RIETS 



NATHAN NELSON 



RALPH NORDEN 



Political Science 




JEFFREY OBOLER 



ISRAEL ORNER 




HERSCHEL PICKHOLTZ ALEXANDER PLUDWINSKI YITZIE POGROW 




MILTON S. POLINSKY 



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DAVID HOWARD POSY STEPHEN J. POWITZ JOSEPH ROBERT RACKMAN 




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ALAN RADZIN 



Poncz, Louis 
JSS 

Dean's List 



Chemistry 



Pollak, Tiberlu 
ElVIC 

Mathematics 

Director's List — EMC. Math Honor 
Society, Pi Mu Epsilon. Judo Team, 
Dean's List 

Posy, David Howard 
EMC 

History 

Dean's List, Director's List— EMC. Pi 
Gamma Mu.WYUR 



Powitz, Stephen 
RIETS 

Music 

Music Ensemble, Choral 
Copy Editor — Hamevaser 



Society, 



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Packman, Joseph Robert 
RIETS 

English 

Sounding Board — Editor. Tempo, 
Kol, Sigma Tau Delta, Tennis Team 
— Manager 

Radzin, Alan 
JSS 

Psychology 

News Staff; Business Manager — Com- 
mentator, Campus Editor — Tempo, 
Frosh Fencing, Dean's List, Psi-Chi 

Rapaport, Murray Israel 
EMC 

Economics 

Economics Club. EMCSC 




MURRAY ISRAEL RAPAPORT 



HENRY RAPPAPORT 



Rappaport, Henry 
JSS 

History 

Soccer Team 

Raymon, Hillel 
RIETS 

Mathematics 
Masmid — Managing Editor. Chair- 
man — Campus ADA. Director's List — 
EMC. Intramurals.WYUR 

Reich, Raymond 
RIETS 

History 

Dean's List. Pi Gamma Mu, Com- 
mentator Executive Editor; News Edi- 
tor, Student Court Senior Justice, 
Tempo Public Affairs Committee, 
Chairman — Commission on Atten- 
dance Regulations. AP Correspon- 
dent to YU 




HILLEL RAYMON 



RAYMOND REICH 



Reinrnan, Martin 

RIETS 

Mathematics 

Fencing Team, Co-Chairman Audio- 
Visual Squad, Dorm Committee, 
Math Club 

Reznick, Samuel David 
JSS 

History 

Tennis Team, Pulse 

Roc[(, Meivin 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Secretary Treasurer— SOY 

Rosenberg, Bernhard Howard 

JSS x^ 

Speech 

Editor-in-Chief, Sounding Board, 
Chairman— JSS Shabbaton Commit- 
tee, JSSSC, WYUR, Dean's List, Sigma 
Tau Delta. Debating Society 

Rosenblum, Robert 
RIETS 

Hebrew 

SOY 

Rosenfeld, Joel 
EMC 

Psychology 

Psi Chi, Soccer Team, Dean's List 

Ross, Michael Ira 

Dramatics, Soccer Team, Director's 
List— Emc, EMCSC 

Rostker, Eugene 
RIETS 

Pre-med. 

Hamevaser, Commentator, Tempo, 
Athletic Committee 

Rubin, Bernard 
EMC 

Pre-med. 

Director's List— EMC, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, EMCSC 

Sadowsky, Stephen B. 
JSS 

English 

Students Opposed to War in Vietnam 
— V.P., YU Youth Corps, Dean's List, 
General Agitator 

Safran, Eliyahu 
RIETS 

Jewish Studies 

President— SOY 





MARTIN REINMAN SAMUEL DAVID REZNICK 




MELVIN ROCK BERNHARD H. ROSENBERG 



Saiman, Yechiel 
EMC 

Chemistry 




ROBERT ROSENBLUM JOEL ROSENFELD MICHAEL IRA ROSS 



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EUGENE ROSTKER BERNARD RUBIN STEPHEN B. SADOWSKY 




ELIYAHU SAFRAN YECHIEL SAIMAN 



Satosky, Jack 
RIETS 



Psychology 



Sauer, Neil 
RIETS 

Biology 

SOY Halacha Committee, Dean's List 

Savitsky, David 
RIETS 

History 

YCSC, Managing Editor — Tempo, 
Commentator, Chairman — Publicity 
Committee, Blood Drive, Chairman 
— Student — Faculty — Alumni Com- 
mittee, Student Advisory Committee 
on Finals 




JACK SATOSKY 




NEIL SAUER 



DAVID SAVITSKY 



Schenker, David 
JSS 

History 

Schloss, Martin A. 
RIETS 

Sociology 

Chairman — YU Zeirei, Vice President 
—SOY 

Schnall, David 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Dramatics Society, WYUR, Pi Gamma 
Mu 

Schneider, Michael 
EMC 

Psychology 

Vice President— Psi Chi, EMCSC, 
Psych Club 

Schnur, Joel Lewis 
RIETS 

Psychology 

SOY— Chagiga Committee, Psych 
Club, Editor— A Guide to Kashrus 

Schoenfeld, Leonard S. 
EMC 

English 

Dean's List 

Schorer, Sheldon 
EMC 

English 

Sigma Tau Delta, Bowling Team, 
Dramatics Society, Commentator 

Schreiber, Simeon B. 
EMC 

Pre-med. 

Dean's List, Director's List— EMC, 
Karate Team, Student Faculty Com- 
mittee, Alpha Epsilon Delta 




DAVID SCHENKER MARTIN A. SCHLOSS DAVID SCHNALL 




MICHAEL SCHNEIDER JOEL LEWIS SCHNUR LEONARD S. SCHOENFELD SHELDON SCHORER 





SIMEON B. SCHREIBER 



Schulhof, Harry 
RIETS 

Economics | 

Editor-in-Chief — Tempo, Managing 
Editor — Student Handbook, Econom- 
ics Club, Dramatics Society 

Schwarz, Ronald Joseph 
EMC 

Mathematics 

Seidenfeld, Norman 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Senior President, Fencing Team — 
Captain, Pi IVlu Epsilon, Chairman — 
Big Brother Program, Dean's List 




Shatz, David 
RIETS 

Philosophy 

Editor-in-Chief — Hamevaser Debating 
Team, Debating Honor Society, Pi 
Gamma Mu, Sigma Tau Delta, Dean's 
List 

Shub, Howard Martin 
JSS 

History 

SSSJ, JSSSC, Hamevaser, Faculty"^ 
Committee 

Silverberg, Matthew 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Fencing Team — Manager 



HARRY SCHULHOF RONALD JOSEPH SCHWARZ 




NORMAN SEIDENFELD 



DAVID SHATZ 



Sokolow, Moshe 
RIETS 

Jewish Studies 

Dean's List, President of Bnei Akiva 
Club, Debating Team, Judo Team 

Soil, Robert 
RIETS 

English 

French Club, French Honor Society 

Solomon, Nathan Andrew 
JSS 

Psychology 

Psi Chi, Student Union, JSSSC 

Solow, Moshe 
RIETS 

Biology 

Kashrus Division — Chairman, Chag- 
giga Committee, Pesach Provisions 
Committee, SOY, Israeli Indepen- 
■ dence Day Committee 





HOWARD MARTIN SHUB MATTHEW SILVERBERG 




MOSHE SOKOLOW 



ROBERT SOLL NATHAN ANDREW SOLOMON 




MOSES SOLOW 




MARC SPERO 



BRUCE SPINOWITZ MARVIN SRULOWITZ 





RICHARD M. STARESHEFSKY NORMAN STARK 



ISRAEL STEIN 



JOEL J. STEIN 




JOSEPH STEIN 



Spero, Marc 
RIETS 

Pre-med. 

Dorm Representative. Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Wrestling Team, Chairman- 
Student Welfare Committee, Masmid 
Dean's List 

Spinowitz, Bruce 
JSS 

Pre-med. 

Commentator— Sports Editor Senior 
Editor. JSS Curriculum Evaluation 
Committee, Student— Faculty Judi- 
ciary Committee, Alpha Epsilon Del- 
ta 

Sruiowitz, Marvin 
JSS 

Mathematics 

Tempo— Senior Editor, WYUR, Dra- 
matics Society. Masmid— Business 
Manager, Dean's List, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Karate Team — Green Belt 

Stareshefsky, Richard M. 
EMC 

Sociology 

Israel Independence Day Comm., 
EMC Curriculum Evaluation Com- 
mittee 

Stark, Norman 
EMC 

Political Science 

Student Court— Associate Chief 
Justice, Masmid— Co-ord. Editor, Pi 
Gamma Mu 



Stein, Israel 

EMC 

History 

Masmid— Editor-in-Chief, Commen- 
tator—Photo Editor, Masmid '68- 
Photo Editor, Photo Club, Dean's 
List, ADA, Pulse, Pi Gamma Mu 

Stein, Joel J. 
RIETS 

Political Science 

SSSJ, Big Brother. Hamevaser 



Stein, Joseph 
EMC 



Stein, Martin 
RIETS 

Dean's List 



Mathematics 



Political Science 



Suskewicz, H. Bernard 
RIETS 

Physics 

Hamevaser— News Editor, Managing 
Editor, JSSSC, Dean's List, Purim 
Chagiga Co-Chairman 




MARTIN STEIN 



H. BERNARD SUSKEWICZ 





ALAN J. SUSSMAN 



JAMES SZMIDT 



THOMAS TEICHMAN 




IRA TRATTNER 



MARTIN I. TWERSKY MOSHE TWERSKY 



NEAL M. TWERSKY 




AMIEL UNGAR 




Sussman, Alan J. 
EMC 

Physics 

Dramatics Society. WYUR. Debating 
Society 

Szmidt, James 
EMC 

English 

Photo Editor — Commentator, Ha- 
mashkif, V.P. Photo Club. Masmid 
'68 — Photographer 

Teichman, Thomas 
JSS 

Economics 

Soccer Team, Economics Club, 
JSSSC 

Trattner, Ira 
EMC 

English 

Commentator. Canvassing Commit- 
tee— EMC 

Twersky, Martin I. 
EMC 

English 

Wrestling Team — Captain 

Twersky, Moshe 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Twersky, Neal M. 
RIETS 

History 

WYUR. Senior Justice— Student 
Court, Tennis Team 

Ungar, Amiel 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Eta Sigma Phi, Hamevaser, Bnei 
Akiva Club 

Unger, Sam 
EMC 

Mathematics 

WYUR, Tempo 

Wachsman, Abraham 
EMC 

Psychology 

Assoc. Judge — EMC Court, Psych 
Club 






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ABRAHAM WACHSMAN 




STEVEN WACHTEL CHAIM WAHRHAFTIG RONALD WARBURG 




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JERRY WAXMAN JOEL L. WAXMAN GERARD WEINBERG 




MELVIN WEINBERG 



ARYEH WEIS 





ARNOLD I. WEISS 



JOSEPH HARRY WEISS 




STANLEY WEISSBROT 



Wachtel, Steven 
JSS 

History 

JSSC, SSSJ. YU Youth Corps Presi- 
dent 

Wahrhaftig. Chaim 
EMC 

Psychology 

Dramatics Society 

Warburg, Ronald 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Poll SciClub 

Waxman, Jerry 
RIETS 

Mathematics 

Math Club. Pi Gamma Pi 

Waxman, Joel L. 
JSS— RIETS 

Chemistry 

IVIinyan Committee. Chem Club JSS 
Journal, Hamevaser — Feature Editor 

Weinberg, Gerard 
RIETS 

Pre-med. 

Chemistry Club, Alpha Epsilon Del- 
ta, WYUR, Dean's List 

Weinberg, Melvin 
RIETS 

Political Science 

Pi Gamma Mu, Dean's List 

Weis, Aryeh 
JSS 

History 

Dean's List, Tennis Team 

Weiss, Arnold I. 
EMC 

Pre-dent. 

YCSC, Student Council Correspond- 
ing Secretary, EMCSC, Judo Team, 
Wrestling Team — Captain, Athletic 
Committee — Chairman 

Weiss, Joseph Harry 
EMC 

Political Science 

President— YU Young Republicans, 
Editor-in-Chief — Tempo, Senior Jus- 
tice, Director's List— EMC, Pi Gamma 
Mu, Chairman — YC Lecture Bureau, 
Political Science Club 



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Weissbrot, Stanley 




RIETS 




Pre-med. 


GEORGE WEISZ 


Business Manager— Masmid, Hame- 




vaser, 'V.P.— Chemistry Club. Ameri- 




can Chemical Society 




Weisz, George 




EMC 



History 



Whitcup, Morris S. 
EMC 

Sociology 

Pi Gamma Mu, Associate Editor— 
Hamashkif, News Department Head 
— WYUR 

Wiederkelir, Irwin 
RIETS 

Economics 

Dean's List, Economics Club 

Winkelman, Stanton I. 
EMC 

Political Science 

BetarCiub, Hamashkif 

Winkler, Neil N. 
RIETS 

History 

Campus Editor— Tempo, Baseball 
Club 

Winkler, Norman 
EMC 

Sociology 

Ass't coordinator of Intramurals, 
Foreign Correspondent— Hamevaser 



Wolf, Shimon 
RIETS 



Economics 




Wolk, Morris 
JSS 

English 

JSS Journal, Commentator Feature 
Staff 

Yablok, J. Benjamin 
EMC 

Jewish Studies 

Yomtov, Yigal 
EMC 

Economics 

French Club, Spanish Club 

Zeisel, Elliot 
JSS 

Economics 

Senior Editor— Masmid, Eco Club, 
Karate Club, Pulse 



MORRIS S. WHITCUP 



IRWIN WIEDERKEHR 





STANTON I. WINKELMAN NEIL N. WINKLER NORMAN WINKLER 




SHIMON WOLF 



MORRIS WOLK J. BENJAMIN YABLOK YIGAL YOMTOV 




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Zheutlin, Michael 
RIETS 

Psychology 

Hamevaser — Associate News EditorT 
Associate Feature Editor 

ZIgelman, David 
RIETS 

Biology 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, Talent Shows, 
Dramatics Society, Dean's List 





MICHAEL ZHEUTLIN 



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You walk into the gym and 

you're in a whole different 

world. The lights reflect on 

the polished hardwood 

floor. The mood is tense; 

the game is about to begin. 

The noisy camaraderie in 

the stands turns into 

electric silence. 

Theopeningtap . . . Let's 

go Yeshiva . . . Get that bail. 

Come on. Come on! 

COME ON!!! Please!? Put it 

in! Foul, ref, foul! Put it 

in! Let's go Yeshiva! No, no!! 

GiveittoStuie! No, 

give it to Richie!! Pull it Ray! 

Okay, Dave! Dammit!! 

This morningthey were in 

class; last night they 

travelled forty-five 

minutes to practice. Now 

they're out there, sweating 

and bleedingand fighting 

and cursing. 



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An individual contest of 
strength. You against Inim. 
But you knowyou're not 
alone because there are 
two hundred people 
yellingtheir hearts out 
. . . pulling foryou. It 
makes it a little easier 
knowing they feel it when 
you hurt and they glory in 
your victory. It makes it 
a little easier. 





For years now, they've 
had the best record of 
any team in the school. 
And nobody even under- 
stands the sport. "At- 
tack parried; riposte off 
target. Nothing done." 
And they still draw 
crowds who applaud 
politely while the direc- 
tor recites the esoteric 
jargon. And they keep 
winning. 



Sarachek, Tauber, and Steinberg. The big 3 of 
Yeshiva athletics. Sarachek curses and suffers 
and Steinberg screams and suffers and Tauber 
sits stolidly and suffers. They all care and that 
means one hell of a lot. 




Among the stock phrases one 

might hear at any Yeshiva 

College athletic event is one 

coined by followers of the 

old Brooklyn Dodgers— 

"Wait till next year!" That 

phrase, taken in conjunction 

with the traditional "If 

only . . ." effectively sums 

up the past athletic year. 

This is not to suggest that 

the season was not replete 

with success, in varying 

degree, for each of the 

various varsity teams; it 

certainly was. The salient 

impression to be gleaned 

from a quick review of the 

records, however, is that 

with a little more luck this 

could have been the most 

impressive season in the 

history of Yeshiva's sports 

program. 





A perfect example of the mixture of glory and grief wfiich attended 
the varsity teams was reflected in the wrestling team's spectacular 
success and heart-breaking descent. The first wrestling team in 
Yeshiva history to compile a winning record and to take a national 
tour, the Steinbergers had their season marred by defeats at the 
hands of their two bitterest rivals, City and Brandeis. 




The basketball team, hurt 
by the absence of sidelined 
senior Ray Aboff. staggered 
through the season under- 
manned and overworked, 
but still managed to pull 
out some exciting and ex- 
ceptional victories, includ- 
ing upsets over City and 
Queens. Most encouraging 
was the predominance of 
lower classmen on the 
team. Coach Sarachek 
hopes to have six lettermen 
back next season, making it 
the "next year" year. 





The fencing team was simply unable to improve on the excellent 
performance of the previous season's squad. Despite this, the 
fencers compiled the best record of any varsity team, and capped 
the season with a victory over the erstwhile undefeated New England 
Conference champions, Brandeis. 





Sports at Yeshiva. A contradiction in terms? 
A paradox? A necessity? Who knows? 
But to those who care each game becomes 
more than a game. No one gets that excited 
at a game. A game doesn't mean that much. 
There must be more to it. There is. 

Those are our triends out there; they sat 
next to us in Art 1 and they sat in on 
communal T.I. homework sessions. They're 
not the jocks you find on other campuses. 
They are an extension of ourselves. They 
play for us and we cheer for them and we 
are all one — Yeshiva. When they care that 
much, we care a little more. Guys who 
play ball, guys who go to games, guys who 
sweat out their guts on the mats, guys who 
lose their voices screaming, trying, 
somehow, to add an ounce of strength or 
accuracy or desire. 



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The straining muscles of the tired athletes. The hoarse 
voices and twisted faces of the fans. No training, no prac- 
tice, no facilities . . . but, most important, no lack of guts. 
When they've got nothing left, they give a little more; some- 
times it's enough to win. Sometimes it's not. 




Wrestling 



Captain Martin Twersky 



Captain Arnie Weiss 
and Coach Jerry 
Steinberg 





FRONT ROW, left to right: Morty Finkel, Arnold Weiss, Gary Rubin, Robert 
Weiss. MIDDLE ROW: Elliott Shapiro, Robert Westle, Moshe Engel, Marc 
Spero, Noah Nunberg, Coach Jerry Steinberg. BACK ROW: David Minder- 
manager, Danny Kurtzer — manager, Martin Twersky, Paul Schneider, 



Abe Hoffman 1 





1 


Noah Nunberg 3 6 


1 


1 


Gary 


Rubin 3 6 


1 


1 


Elliott Shapiro 6 2 





2 


Marc 


Spero 5 5 


1 


2 


Mart 


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2 


Arnold Weiss 7 4 





3 


Robert Weiss 5 4 


1 


1 


Robert Westle 1 








YU 


Opponent 






23 


Southampton 




18 


24 


Bronx C.C. 




14 


28 


Drew 




11 


33 


Lehman 




6 


31 


Brooklyn Poly 


6 


15 


Adelphi 




26 


14 


City 




19 


26 


Manhattan C.C. 


13 


8 


Marist 




28 





LIU 




37 


10 


Brandeis 




29 




RECORD: Won 6, Lost 5 





Tennis 



Captain Joseph Eichenbaum and Coach Eli 
Epstein. 




Left to right: Abe Fox. Mitchell Kornspan, Mark Levin. Reuven Nayowitz. Joseph Eichenbaum 
—Captain. Joseph Rackman. Eli Genauer. Ezra Lightman. Steven Weis. Neil Twersky. Danny 
Fox. 



BELOW— FOIL. Left to right: Martin Reinman. Herbert 
Krantman, Solly Dan, Norman Seidenfeld, Lazar 
Fruchter. Not shown — Jack Lazaros. 



SABRE. Left to right: Phil Chernofsky, Leo Brand- 
statter. Irwin Hametz, Leo Beer, Larry Rossman. 
Gerald Tepler. 



EXTREME RIGHT— EPEE. Left to right: BOTTOM: Murphy 
Rothman, Larry Gelb. Michael Schoffman. MIDDLE: Frank 
Mandel, Charles Sprung. TOP: Jack Beiler. 



Fencing 






TEAM RECORD 


YU 


OPPONENT 


9 


NYCC 18 


lb 


Rutgers-Newark 12 


19 


Farleigh-Dickinson 8 


19 


St. Peters 8 


lb 


Fordham 12 


11 


Brooklyn 16 


18 


Jersey City State 9 


lb 


Brandeis 12 


19 


Patterson State 8 


12 


Brooklyn Poly 15 


18 


St. John's 19 


18 


N.Y. Maritime 9 




WON— 8. LOST— 4 



Leo Brandstatter 
Larry Rossman 
Irwin Hametz 
Larry Jonas 
Gerald Tepler 
Leo Beer 



Norman Seidenfeld 
Lazar Fruchter 
Herb Krantman 
Jack Lazaros 
Solly Dan 

Solomon Hochberg 
Mark Weintraub 
Isaac Gewirtz 
Martin Reinman 
Mitchell Seidman 
Aaron Fertig 
Jack Mermelstein 



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Won 


Lost 


Frank Mandel 


13 


12 


Charles Sprung 


8 


10 


Murphy Rothman 


8 


7 


Mike Schoffman 


5 


13 


Jack Beiler 


5 


2 


Larry Gelb 


4 


8 


Bruce Marcus 


2 


4 




Captains Norman Seidenfeld and 
Lazar Fruchter. 



Coach Arthur Tauber and Ass't. 
Coach Lorand Marcell, 



Karate 




Starting out with only one stu- 
dent two and a half years ago, 
the Karate Club of Yeshiva 
has grown to more than 70 
members. Under the leader- 
ship of third degree blackbelt 
Harvey Sober, the club has 
produced eight purple belts, 
twelve green belts, and six 
yellow belts. Mr. Sober, who 
won the Eastern Seaboard 
Kempo Style Karate cham- 
pionship in 1961, has taught 
the students all the basic 
forms of the martial art stress- 
ing the idea that defense of 
one's body is of utmost sig- 
nificance. Although the train- 
ing is quite strenuous. Karate 
has become one of the most 
popular sports in Yeshiva and 
the club hopes to produce 
several black belts within the 
next two years and will enter 
several members into tourna- 
ment competition. 



STANDING LEFT: Harvey Sober, third degree black belt KNEELING: Purple Belts: Andrew 
Hirsch, Irving Grabin, David Frenkel. Joe Perecman SECOND ROW: Green Belts: Eli Orbach, 
Mike Andron, Berny Monderer, David Krieger, Marvin Srulowitz. THIRD ROW: Marvin Berger, 
Gary Schulman, Gary Schwartz, William Singler, Shimmy Feld, Jack Suslowich. 



EXTREME RIGHT: Coach "Red" Sarachek 
RIGHT: Captains Dave Hershkovits and Ray Aboff 



YU OPPONENT 1 


1 


62 


Marist 


56 


73 


*Pace 


98 


46 


Southampton 


70 


46 


*Stony Brook (Forfeit) 


53 


60 


'Brooklyn Poly 


47 


57 


CCNY 


41 


51 


Sacred Heart 


64 


74 


*Pratt 


56 


74 


New Paltz 


72 


61 


Hartford 


71 . 


58 


Monmouth 


91 


44 


Lehman 


51 


51 


M.I.T. 


58 


75 


Drew 


72 


74 


*Hunter 


47 


72 


'^'Queens 


69 (OT) 


53 


Adelphi 


75 


46 


'Brooklyn 


63 


69 


Patterson State 


70 


49 


King's Point 


62 


57 


Brandeis 

TEAM RECORD WON 9 LOST 12 


66 


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WON 5 LOST 2 


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ABOVE RIGHT: FRONT ROW, 

left to right: Joe Cohen- 
manager. Stu Poloner, Alan 
Blumenthal, Dave Hershkovits, 
Irvin Levin — manager. 
SECOND ROW: Harold Perl, 
Michael Koenig, Richard Salit, 
Howard Hecht. BACK ROW: 
Danny Wiener, Ray Aboff, 
Jerry Berkowitz, Larry Reiss. 

RIGHT: Ass't. Coach Manny Greenblum 






No. 
Games 


Field Goa 


s 


Free Throws 


Rebounds 


Points 


Made 


Att. 


Pet. 


Made 


Att. 


Pet, 


No. 


Avg. 


No. 


Avg. 




21 


140 


3?7 


43% 


121 


164 


74% 


134 


b.4 


401 


19,1 


Salit 


21 


141 


35? 


40% 


98 


129 


/6% 


116 


b.b 


380 


18.1 


Perl 


21 


47 


1.37 


34% 


22 


51 


43% 


160 


/.b 


lib 


5.5 




21 


26 


98 


27% 


31 


44 


70% 


54 


2.6 


83 


3.9 


Koenig 


19 


?9 


68 


43% 


14 


28 


50% 


bb 


2.9 


72 


3.8 


19 


10 


48 


21% 


8 


13 


61% 


16 


.8 


28 


1.5 


Reiss 


17 


? 


17 


12% 





5 


0% 


3b 


2.1 


4 


.2 


Hecht 


11 


3 


1? 


25% 


1 


4 


25% 


13 


1.2 


7 


.6 


Aboff 


10 


53 


136 


39% 


31 


48 


65% 


75 


/.b 


137 


13.7 


Blumenthal 


10 


1 


4 


25% 


2 


5 


40% 


8 


.8 






Winderman 


8 


7 


14 


50% 


4 


15 


2/% 


1/ 


2.1 


18 




Schoenfeld 


1 








0% 


1 


1 


100% 












TOTALS 
OPPONENTS 


21 
21 


459 


1213 


38% 


333 


540 


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DAVID C.FRENKEL 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



ISRAEL STEIN 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



Harry Brown 

Associate Editor 
Marvin Srulowitz 
Business Manager 
Gary Epstein 
Literary Editor 
Sheldon David 
Managing Editor 
Martin Leib 
Senior Editor 
Henry Finkelstein 
Coordinating Editor 
Robert Galbut 
Editorial Assistant 



Danny Gordon 

Associate Editor 
Stanley Weissbrot 
Business Manager 
David Jacobowitz 
Literary Editor 
Hillel Raymon 
Managing Editor 
Elliot Zeisel 
Senior Editor 
Norman Stark 
Coordinating Editor 

Ivan Esterman 

Editoral Assistant 



David Leibtag Photography Editor 

Bernie Monderer Typing Editor 

John Meyers Circulation Manager 

Bob Wolf Staff Artist 

Michael Fromowitz 
E. J. Shapiro 

Israel Teitelbaum Staff Photographers 

Louis Eisenberg 
"Smokey" Gans 
Joe Geldwert 

Marc Spero Staff Assistants 

Mark Berkowitz 

Sheldon Feinstein 

Bob Miller 

Asher D. Rabinowitz 

Allen Weinstock Typing Staff 





!ONT, Left to right: David Leibtag. Norman Stark, Gary Epstein. Israel Stein, David 
•3nkel, Hillel Raymon. BACK, David Jakobowitz. Elliot Zeisel. Ivan Esterman, Robert 

..^Ibut. Harry Brown. Henry Finkelstein. Martin Leib. Stanley Weissbrot. Sheldon 

Irvid. Danny Gordon. Berny Monderer. Marvin Srulowitz 



Student Council 



The achievements of Student Council in 1968-69 marked the beginning of a new era at 
Yeshiva College. As campuses throughout the world erupted in revolt, YCSC's skillful effort 
restructured the College and dramatically altered the role of students in University affairs 
without violent protest. 

The year began auspiciously with a mass grievance meeting on May 22, 1968, following a 
hectic night that "dampened" the illusions of certain administrators (see pp. 30-31). Many 
demands were transformed into innovations and changes in University structures and proce- 
dures. Under the dynamic leadership of President Ham, a drive to involve students in facility 
and curriculum planning met with much success. Students were added as voting members to 
all policy committees. And perhaps the most significant step in YU's history was taken — a Col- 
lege Senate was established. This development signified a completely new approach to stu- 
dent demands by redefining the student's role in the College's policy-making process. Deci- 
sions of the most critical concern to students can now be reached by democratic means. 

The establishment of a powerful College Senate was all the more remarkable because of 
the positive attitude with which it was accepted on all levels of the University. That students 
are now regarded as responsible and mature partners in the YU structure is an achievement of 
the Yeshiva College Student Council that should be regarded as a legacy of historically 
grand proportions. 




TOP— SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: Robert Galbut, V.P.; Harry 
Brown, Secretary Treasurer: Norman Seidenfeld, President. ABOVE— EXEC- 
UTIVE COUNCIL: Richard Sternberg, Secretary Treas.: Kenneth Main, Presi- 
dent: Lazar Fruchter, Vice President. 

132 





ABOVE— STUDENT COUNCIL, 

clockwise from top: George Jaku- 
bovic, Terry Cans, David Woolfson 
— Freshmen: Israel Teitelbaum, 
Harvey Bennett, Phil Orbuch— 
Sophomores: Richard Sternberg — 
Secy'y Treas.: Kenneth Ham — Pres- 
ident: Lazar Fruchter— V.P : Nor- 
man Seidenfeld (obscured). Robert 
Galbut, Harry Brown — Seniors: 
Robert Weiss, Tzvee Zahavy — Jun- 
iors. Missing — Martin Bochner. 

LEFT: STUDENT COURT; left to 
right: Mark Kurtzman. Joshua Gott- 
lieb. Carl Lifschitz. Louis Schapiro. 
Neil Twersky. Sheldon David — As- 
sociate Justice, Aaron Kinderlehrer 
— Chief Justice. Norman Stark — 
Associate Justice, Israel Farkas, 
Michael Spero — Clerk. 



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Above: Governing Board meeting 

Above right: Edltor-in-Chlef Morty Landowne 



GOVERMNG BOARD 

Morton Landowne 

Editor-in-Chief 



BRUCE SPINOWITZ 

Senior Editor 

EDWARD ABRAMSON 

Managing Editor 

NOAH BAER 

Contributing Editor 

MARC SICKLICK 

News Editor 

DANIEL KURTZER 

Copy Editor 



GARY EPSTEIN 
Associate Editor 

RAYMOND REICH 

Executive Editor 

KENNETH KOSLOWE 

Sports Editor 

BERNARD FIRESTONE 

Feature Editor 

JAY ROSENBLUM 
Make-up Editor associate BOARD 
Typing Editors: Jerry Samet, Michael Wendroff; Business Man- 
ager: Abe Friedman; Excliange Editors: Gary Brick, Arl Goldman; 
Photography Editors: David Leibtag, Israel Teitelbaum; Assist- 
ant Copy Editors: Ira Jaskoll, Jeffrey Sava; Assistant Make-Up 
Editors: Lester Vogel, Abraham Zerykier; Assistant Feature 
Editors: Ivan Esterman. Aaron Reichel, Mark Bodner, Isaac 
Gewirtz; Assistant News Editors: Andrew Geller, Eugene Rost- 
ker, Ben Neiman; Assistant Contributing Editors: Perry Davis, 
Howard Klein, Arnold Mendelssohn; Israel Correspondent: 
Aaron Lewin; Assistant Sports Editors: Avi Borenstein. Ronnie 
Gottlieb, Sheldon Feinstein, Ira Oster, Effie Zuroff. 

STAFF 
NEWS STAFF: Larry Jacobs, Howard Dorfman, Leo Mandelbaum, 
Robert Stein, Sheldon Schwartz. Gary Rubin, Charles Lipshitz, 
Mark Kuczman, George Jakubovic: FEATURE STAFF: Sheldon 
Toibb, David Cohen. Elliot Royston; TYPING STAFF: Joshua 
Fink, Allan Roth, Asher Rabinowitz, Tzvee Zahavy, Howard 
Finkelstein, Gary Cohen, Irving Levin; COPY STAFF: Irwin Mans- 
dorf, Joel Traub, Sheldon Aron, George Jakubovic. 




Clockwise starting from left: Marc Sicklick, Bruce Spinowitz, Noah 
Baer, Kenneth Koslowe, Morton Landowne, Edward AbramsOn, Raymond 
Reich, Bernard Firestone, Gary Epstein 



WYUR 




WYUR left to right: TOP ROW Emil Braun— 

chief Engineer, Eugene LeVee— Publicity 

Director BOTTOM ROW 

Marvin Srulowitz— Executive Secretary, Gary 

Weinberg— Program Director. 

M. P. Voltage— Friendly Telephone Installer, 

Noah Baer— Station Manager 

DEBATING SOCIETY left to right: Marc Gold- 
stem— Presidentf Albert Milstein — 
Tournament Director, Steven Winter, David 
Shatz, Danny Kurzer— Secretary 



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DEBATING SOCIETY 



JSSSC 



JSSSC left to right: Michael Kierman — 

Senior Class Rep., Herbert Berezin— Vice 

President. Michael Bashevkin — Senior 

Class Rep.. Howard Diamond — Senior 

Class Rep., David Gottesman — Freshman 

Class Rep., Robert Sacknovitz — President 





SOY 



SOY left to right: FRONT ROW Martin Schloss— Vice President, Eliyahu 

Safran — President, Jacob Hoenig— Sec'y Treasurer BACK ROW Shmuel 

Szmulewitz— Rep.. Leslie Bennet — Rep.. Solomon Adier— Rep. 



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paport. Harry Katz. Martin Katz. Norman Bertram— President. 
Mark Haberman— V.P.. Benny Hanauer. Leon Wertheimer. Irwin 
Lifrak. Irving Zeidel. Arnold Waldman 

NIR left to right: Chaim Frydman. Bryan Falk. David Anfang 

HAMASHKIF left to right: Israel Orner. Morris Whitcup. Harry 
Berkowitz, Moshe Markowitz 



NIR 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 




SIGMA TAU DELTA 



PI GAMMA MU 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Pre-med Honor Society left to right: David Diamond, Mar- 
tin Leib, Joshua Adier, Robert Galbut— Vice President, Medical Technician, Elie 
Hamaoui, Marc Spero, Dr. Shimon, Michael Bashevkin, Howard Klein— President, 
Berny Monderer, Leslie Bennett, Joseph Eichenbaum, Bruce Spinowitz, Lazar 
Fruchter — Scalpel Reporter 

SIGMA TAU DELTA English Honor Society left to right: Gary Epstein— President, 
Aaron Bulman, Ivan Esterman, Kenneth Main. Abe Kinstlinger, David Jacobowitz — 
Sec'y Treasurer 

PI GAMMA MU Social Science Honor Society left to right: Israel Stein. Joseph 
Weiss, Aaron Kinderlehrer, Norman Stark, Sheldon David, Ray Aboff, Steven Kev- 
elson, Melvin Weinberg, David Shatz, Perry Davis— President, Raymond Reich, 
David Frenkel, Frank Mandel, Michael Kierman, Not shown— Harry Brown— Sec'y 
Treasurer 



PSI CHI 



PI MU EPSILON 




PSI CHI— Psychology Honor So- 
ciety left to right: FRONT ROW 
Michael Goldberg, Joel Rosenfeld 
MIDDLE ROW: Sam Kirschner— 
President, Steven Kevelson — Sec'y 
Treasurer, Michael Schneider — 
Vice President BACK: David 
Frenkel 

SIGMA PI SIGMA Physics Honor 
Society left to right: Sheldon 
Goldstein— President. David Ka- 
han— Vice President, Michael 
Silber— Secretary, Dr. A. C. Dee- 
cey — Faculty Advisor 

PI MU EPSILON Math Honor Soci- 
ety left to right: Aaron Bulman, 
Norman Seidenfeld, Michael Sil- 
ber, William Gewirtz— President, 
Tiberiu Pollak, Ralph Norden— 
Vice President, Henry Finkelstein 
— Sec'y Treasurer, Arthur Leven- 
glick, David Klavan. Jerry Wax- 
man, Marvin Srulowitz 



SIGMA PI SIGMA 



SOCIOLOGY CLUB 




SOCIOLOGY CLUB left to right: Jeffrey Femsteln. 
Myron Bagan, Joseph Schliefer, Morris Whitcup— 
Sec'y Treasurer, Jerry Kranson — President, Nor- 
man Winkler— Vice President, Martin Schloss 

POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB left to right: Paul Levy, 
Frank Mandel — Sec'y Treasurer, Norman Stark — 
President, Stephen Somogyi — Vice President 




POLI SCI CLUB 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 



PHILOSOPHY CLUB 





PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB left to right: 
Israel Stein — President, Allen Fish- 
man — Vice President 

ECONOMICS CLUB left to right: 
Henry Finkelstem. Albert Milstein 
— Vice President, Sam Kahan — Pres- 
ident, Elliot Zeisel, Michael Cohn 

PHILOSOPHY CLUB left to right: 
Alan Walfish. William Gewirtz', 
Alan Zaitchik", Shalom Carmy, Har- 
ry Davis". Jerry Samet*, Matin 
Bochner" 

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ECONOMICS CLUB 



PRE MED CLUB 



PRE-MED CLUB left to right: Lazar 
Fruchter — Scalpel Representative, 
Robert Galbut — Vice President, 
Howard Klein — President, David 
Diamond 

ACS-Y.U. Chapter— AMERICAN 

CHEMICAL SOCIETY left to right: 
Marc Goldstein, Karl Lipshitz — 
Sec'y Treasurer, Israel Farkas — 
Chairman of the Board, Yisrael 
Isaacson. Robert Hellman — Pres- 
ident. Stanley Weissbrott— Vice 
President 

PSYCHOLOGY CLUB left to right: 
Michael Schneider, Howard Dia- 
mond, Menachem Kasdan 





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PHYSICS CLUB left to right: 
Emil Braun— Vice President. 
Nelson Moskowitz — President. 
David Kahan — Sec'y Treasurer 

MATH CLUB left to right: Henry 
Finkelstein — Sec'y Treasurer. 
William Gewirtz — President. 

Ralph Norden — Vice President 




ADA left to right: Israel Stein, Mark Lehrman, 
Shalom Brilliant, Martin Leib, Robert Westle— 
Treasurer, Harry Brown, William Gewirtz — Vice 
Chairman, Hillel Raymon— Chairman 

ZETA ZETA ZETA— Pre-success honor society 




CAMPUS ADA 




In September 1967. 10 Y.U. students, concerned 
with the community around the college, got 
together to form the Yeshiva University 
Neighborhood Youth Corps. 

The Corps was designed to send Y.U. volunteers into 
neighborhood schools to tutor and work there with 
problem students coming from underpriviledged 
backgrounds. The unique advantage of the program 
was a one-to-one relationship, a set-up that allowed 
for the development of deep mutual affection and 
friendship within the teaching process. 

This year the Youth Corps has expanded incredibly 
to 107 members working in two schools. Next year 
will see the expansion of the Youth Corps into a 
third school, as well as the start of an adult 
education program here at Yeshiva. In two short 
years the Youth Corps has gained the respect and 
trust of both children and adults in the community. 
It has shown that its goal of a dynamic Washington 
Heights community based on trust and cooperation 
with Yeshiva is no idle dream. 




Y.U. NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS left to right: Gary Quinn. Alan 
Radzin. Michael Rosen, Steven Wachtel— President. Steven Ulano, Jeffrey 
Schwartz — Vice President, Irwin Hametz, Morris Grunfeld 



NEIGHBORHOOD 
YOUTH CORPS 



TEMPO 




TEMPO left to right: FRONT ROW Harry Bajnon— Sports Edi- 
tor, Herman Fisherman— Executive Editor, Frank Mandel— 
Feature Editor BACK ROW Albert Milstein— Copy Editor, 
Neil Winkler— Campus Editor, David Jacobowitz— Feature 
Editor, Aaron Bulman— News Editor, Chaim Cohen— Cultural 
Events Editor, Harry Schulhof— Editor-in-Chief, David Savit- 
sky — Managing Editor 

HAMEVASER left to right: Abe Kinstlinger— Literary Editor, 
Jack Bieler— Feature Editor, David Shatz— Editor-in-Chief, 
Harry Brown — Associate Contributing Editor, Jon Bloom- 
berg—Editor Emeritus 

STUDENT DIRECTORY left to right: Mark Berkowitz, Mark 
Adier 



HAMEVASER 



ECONOMIC MIND 




ECONOMIC MIND— Economics Journal 

left to right: Henry Finkelstein — Asso- 
ciate Editor, Jack Lazaros — Editor-in- 
Chief 

KOL left to right: Ivan Esternnan. Abe 
Kinstlinger, Joseph Rackman — Editor- 
in-Chief. Stephen Sadowsky — co-Editor- 
in-chief, JackBieler 

147 



KOL 




ABOVE, left to right, FRONT ROW: 

Eugene LeVee, Bruce Horwitz— 

President, Michael Ross, Marvin 

Srulowitz. SECOND ROW: Michael 

Andron, Harry Schulhoff, Joel 

Traube, Abe Leizerowsky, Sheldon 

Schorer, David Zigelman, Mr. 

Anthony Beukas — faculty advisor, 

director, set designer, etc. etc. TOP 

ROW: Chaim Cohen, Shalom 

Brilliant, Norman Levin, Jerry 

Wolkinson, Josh Fink, Charles 

Ramat, Solly Dan, Chaim Rothstein, 

Not shown: Jeff Schwartz, Aaron 

Fertig, Mark Berkowitz. 

RIGHT: Aaron Rothstein and 

Mr. Beukas working on "Billy 

Budd" set. 




Dramatics Society 



Two years ago. the Dramatics Society was a virtual nonentity in Yeshiva College life. 
Today, after five fine productions — each more successful than the one before — the society 
has become one of the most highly respected and admired school organizations. 

Through the dedication and talents of Anthony S. Beukas. faculty advisor and director 
of the group, excellence and professionalism became hallmarks for Yeshiva produc- 
tions. 

Beginning with "Home of the Brave" presented in the spring of 1967, then "Incident at 
Vichy" and "Oliver" during the 1967-68 year, the Dramatics Society assembled and re- 
fined the various facilities necessary to good theatre. During this period, acting tech- 
niques were emphasized and developed. 

The 1968-69 season with "Billy Budd" in the fall and "Love, Love, Love," (3 one act plays), 
in the spring continued with this emphasis but with the addition of more complex and 
elaborate set designs. That the Society performed frequently for organizations other 
than the college is a measure of its increasing popularity. 






INCIDENT AT VICHY 
LEFT: "If you can't do it right, then i'li do every part myself!" 



From opening night director to mati- 
nee make-up man. 



"Professionally speaking, you stank. 
They loved you anyway." 




flIUY BUDD— Attempted mutiny "Hey Murph, THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX." 

scene. 



Billy Budd 



" 'At's it Billy, give the bugger "is due.' 




I didn't mean to kill tiim. God help me, Sir.' 



"You are neither fish nor fowl. You are a saltwater hermaphrodite.' 



Senior directory 



ABOFF, Ray 

193 Shelley Ave. 

Elizabeth, N.J. 07200 

EL-5-0170 

ABRAIVISON. Edward Y. 

ISOWest End Ave. 

New York. N.Y. 10023 

212-362-6529 

ADLER, Joshua 

147-34 5th Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 11357 

212-FL-9-4357 

ADLER, Mark 

140 Maywood Drive 

Youngstown, Ohio 44512 

ST-2-0180 

ADLER, Solomon Z. 

1214-42ndSt. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11219 

212-854-3674 

AMMER. Marvin 

131 Bennett Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10033 

212-WA-3-6616 

ANFANG, David 

1594 Maple Ave. 

Elizabeth, N.J. 07205 

923-7859 

AUSTEIN, EricR. 

165 Pinehurst Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10033 

212-LO-8-5100 

BABANI, Jack 

6539 57th St. 

Seattle, Washington 981 18 

PA-5-9614 

BAER, Noah 

25-18 Cornaga Ave. 

Far Rockaway, NY. 11691 

212-FA-7-1125 

BAGAN, Myron 

2520 Oakley Ave. 

Baltimore, Md., 21215 

LI-2-6692 

BASHEVKIN, Michael 

98 Marion Ave. 

N.Adams, Mass. 01247 
413-663-7612 

BELL, Richard 

57 Brooklawn Street 

New Britain, Conn. 06050 

203-229-0089 

BENNETT, Leslie 

71-10 Yellowstone Blvd. 

Queens, N.Y. 11375 

212-261-6301 

BEREZIN, Herbert 

133 Carver St. 

Springfield, Mass. 01 108 

RE-2-8523 

BERKENWALD, John 

103 W, 85 St. 

Kansas City. Mo. 641 14 

JA-3-4788 

BERKOWITZ, Harry T. 

198 Ave. U 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11229 

DE-2-1370 

BERKOWITZ, Mark W, 

537StelleAve. 

Plainfield, N.J. 07060 

568-5925 

BERMAN, Harvey 

1301 E. 94th St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11236 

Ni-9-8458 

BERTRAM, Norman 

209 B. 69 St. 



Arverne, NY. 11692 
474-1585 
BIELER, Jack 
48-11 213th St. 
Bayside, N.Y. 11364 
BA-4-5336 
BIRN, Joseph 
2178 Paulding Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10462 
597-5251 
BLEICHER. Jeffrey 
4810 Flatlands Ave. 
Bklyn.. N.Y. 11234 
CM- 1-8690 
BLOOMBERG, Jon 
343 Spring Valley Rd. 
Paramus, N.J. 07652 
201-265-1847 
BRAUN, Emil 
24Fairhill Rd. 
Edison, N.J. 
201-545-8492 
BRICK, Gary 
3119 Nostrand Ave. 
Bklyn., N.Y. 
212-923-9869 
BRILLIANT, Shalom 
56-01 Bell Blvd. 
Bayside, NY. 11364 
BA-4-2122 
BROWN, Harry M. 
14105 W. Harrison St. 
Portland, Oregon 97201 
503-222-7139 
BULMAN, Aaron E. 
48BellevueSt. 
Lawrence, Mass. 08141 
617-682-4583 
CHASAN, Nathan 
9715GlenhopeRd. 

Phila, Pa. 19151 

HO-4-8679 
CHELST, Kenneth 
3000 Bronx Park East 

Bronx, N.Y. 10467 
01-4-3052 
CHERNOFSKY, Philip 

71-35 Juno Street 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

212-544-8625 

COHEN, Chaim 

835 Walton Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10451 

212-NE-5-9796 

COHEN. Kenneth 

141-52 85th Rd. 

Jamaica, N.Y. 

212-JA-6-1791 

COHN, Michael 

3411 Devonshire Ave. 

Baltimore, Md., 21215 

RO-4-3722 

DAVID, Sheldon J. 

875 East 8th St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11230 

212-CL-2-5676 

DAVIDMAN, Leonard 

97-50 Queens Blvd. 

RegoPark, N.Y. 

DAVIDOVICS, Shmuei 

1159 E. 12th St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11230 

212-CL-8-7047 

DAVIS. Perry 

164-02 Highland Ave. 

Jamaica, N.Y. 11432 

AX-1-2618 

DE LA FUENTE, Maurice 



115 West Walnut St. 
Long Beach, N.Y. 11561 
DIAMOND. David 
422 Crown St. 
Bklyn.. NY. 11225 
212-PR-8-5274 
DIAMOND. Howard 
73-26 174th St. 
Flushing, N.Y. 11366 
212-526-1634 
DICKMAN, Elliot R. 
5824 Phillips Ave. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15217 
521-2982 

DISTENFELD, FredH. 
108-28 67 Drive 
Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 
212-268-3873 
EICHENBAUM. Joseph 
3124 Benjamin Rd. 
Oceanside, N.Y. 11572 
516-RO-4-1006 
EHRENREICH, Leonard 
13726 Cedar Rd. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44118 
216-932-4876 
EPSTEIN, Gary 
63 Pomona Ave. 
Newark, N.J. 07112 
201-WA-6-5073 
ERES, Michael 
55-1897th Place 
Elmhurst, N.Y. 11368 
212-699-6516 
ESERNER, Michael 
422 W. Front St. 
Plainfield, N.J. 07060 
756-5855 
ESTERMAN, Ivan 
1580 Bay Road 
Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 
538-3524 
ETTINGER, Stuart 
54-01 254 St. 
Little Neck, N.Y. 11362 
BA-5-7511 
FALK, Bryan 
900LydigAve. 
Bronx, NY. 10462 
212-542-7079 
FARKAS, Israel 
51 Grumman Ave. 
Newark, N.J. 07112 
201-923-1878 
FEIGELMAN, Edward S. 
18280 Maryland 
Southfield, Mich. 48075 
313-EL-7-2857 
FEINBERG, Kalman N. 
928 E. lost. 
Bklyn., N.Y. 11230 
212-DE-8-3258 
FIALKOFF, David 
50 Carlton Road 
Monsey, N.Y. 10952 
EL-6-8042 
FINKELMAN, Louis 
2711 Holland Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 10467 
OL-4-8514 
FINKELSTEIN, Henry 
15670 Mt. Vernon Blvd. 
Southfield, Mich, 48075 
313-352-1752 
FISCHGRUND, Chaim 
2029 78th St, 
Bklyn., N.Y. 11214 
212-BE-2-3179 



FISHMAN. Allen 
728 Montgomery St. 
Bklyn., N.Y. 11213 
212-PR-2-4495 
FODOR. Thomas P. 
97 Fort Washington Ave. 
New York, N.Y. 10032 
212-SW-5-2758 
FRENKEL, David C. 
3 Claredon Rd. 
Birmingham, Ala. 35213 
205-879-3637 
FRUCHTER, Joseph 
73 Columbia St. 
New York, N.Y. 10002 
212-CA-8-4596 
FRUCHTER, Lazar 
11 26-5 1st St. 
Bklyn., N.Y. 11219 
212-UL-3-8153 
FRYDMAN, Chaim 
1060 East 84th St. 
Bklyn., N,Y. 11236 
241-6639 
FUHRER. Harry 
604 W. 162nd St. 
New York, N.Y. 10032 
212-WA-3-5907 
FURST, Zev 
2208 Woodhull Ave. 
Bronx. N.Y. 10400 
212-TU-2-3660 
GALBUT, Robert 
4630 Royal Palm Ave. 
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 
305-531-5545 
GELDWERT, Josef J. 
314 North Plain St, 
Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 
AR-3-5394 

GEWIRTZ, GershonC. 
90 Laurel Hill Terrace 
New York, N.Y. 10033 
212-LO-8-3574 
GEWIRTZ, William L. 
946 Lincoln Blvd. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 06006 
203-336-4672 
GOLDBERG, Harold 
915 Monaco 
Denver, Colorado 
GOLDBERG, Michael 
1263 Astor Avenue 
Bronx, N.Y. 10469 
TU-1-8279 

GOLDENBERG, Herbert 
2420 Whaley Avenue 
Pensacola, Fla. 32503 
438-3303 

GOLDSTEIN, Marc David 
38 East 29th St. 
Bayonne, N.J. 07002 
201-339-0612 
GOLDSTEIN, Sheldon 
1223 1/2 Greene St. 
Augusta, Georgia 30901 
GORDON, Daniel T. 
200 Dunvegon Rd, 
Toronto, Ontario 
487-1116 

GOTTLIEB, Charles 
21 Naples Rd. 
Brookline, Mass. 02146 
617-277-0270 
GRANT, Stuart 
c/o Ely Siegel 
16 Lawndale St. 
Springfield, Mass. 01108 



413-732-9145 

GREEN. Joel 
2961 SoissonsSt. 
Montreal. Quebec 
733-6685 
GROSS. Hyman 
5334 Bellaire Ave. 
N. Hollywood. Calif. 
PO-3-7235 
GROSSMAN. Avi 
26-25 Union St. 
Flushing. N.Y. 11354 
LE-9-1042 

GROSSMAN. Ttieodore 
1133 Jackson St. 
Pottstown. Pa. 
205-326-4717 
HAIN. Kenneth 
206 Robertson Ave. 
Danville. Va. 
792-7290 

HALBFINGER. Martin 
98-1 165th Ave. 
Forest Hills. N.Y. 11374 
TW-6-5915 
HAMAOUI.Elie 
30 Webster St. 
Brookllne. Mass. 02146 
277-3980 

HAMERMAN. Shimshon 
3873BathurstSt. 
Downsview. Ontario 
416-635-1569 
HAMETZ. Irwin 
70-20 Parson Blvd. 
Flushing. N.Y. 
591-6461 
HELLMAN. Robert 
533 Linden Ave. 
Elizabeth. N.J. 07202 
201-352-8835 
HERMAN. Barry 
882 E. 14th St. 
Bklyn..N.Y. 
CL-8-4190 
HERSH. Sheldon P. 
20Abbottsford Rd. 
Brookline. Mass. 02146 
232-8819 

HERSHKOVITS. David 
501 B. Surf Ave. 
Bklyn.. N.Y. 11224 
373-0422 

HOROWITZ. Harvey 
319 East Houston St. 
New York. N.Y. 10002 
OR-4-3689 
HOROWITZ. Bruce 
8135 Amherst Ave. 
St. Louis. Mo. 63130 
314-727-6014 
ISAACSON. Yisrael 
69-04 230th St. 
Bayside. N.Y. 11364 
BA-9-7425 
JACOBOWITZ. David 
5534Bartlett St. 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 15217 
421-7106 
JACOBS, Jay 
7001 Calvert St. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 19149 
215-MA-4-7721 
JACOBS. Morris 
464 Grand Blvd. 
Long Beach. N.Y. 11561 
516-432-1469 
JANKELOVITS. Jacob 
1114-47thSt. 
Bklyn.. N.Y. 11219 
633-8420 
JOSEFOVITZ, Larry 



105-43 62nd Drive 

Forest Hills. N.Y. 11375 

592-3070 

KAHAN. David H. 

1515 44th St, 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 

438-6595 

KAHAN. Sam David 

1244 Manor Ave. 

Bronx. N.Y. 10472 

TI-2-3869 

KASDEN, MenachemB, 

1718 Ave. U 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 11229 

336-4807 

KATZ. Harry 

30 Wheeler St. 

Monticello. N.Y, 12701 

794-7708 

KELTER, Steven Charles 

52-21 65th Place 

Maspeth,N,Y, 11378 

HA-6-6901 

KESSELSCHMIDT, David 

25-12 Union St, 

Flushing. N.Y. 11354 

939-8725 

KEVELSON. Steven Alan 

1728 Plainview Ave. 

Far Rockaway N.Y. 

FA-7-5217 

KIERMAN. Michael 

73 Harrison St. 

Worcester. Mass. 01604 

617-757-3150 

KINDERLEHRER. Aaron C. 

7511 Griffin Drive 

Cincinnati. Ohio45237 

513-761-1220 

KINTSLINGER. Abraham 

85 Walraven Drive 

Teaneck. N.J. 07666 

201-833-0434 

KIRSCHNER. Sam 

418 McAdam Ave. 

Winnipeg. Manitoba 

204-589-0005 

KLAVAN. David 

1471 Roxana Rd. N.W, 

Washington, D,C, 20012 

202-TA-9-6592 

KLEIN, Howard 

1449 Bay 28th St. 

Far Rockaway, N,Y, 11691 

GR-1-5236 

KOENIG, Michael 

148 Third Ave, 

Kingston, Pa. 18704 

287-8914 

KOHN, Barry 

474 Mountain Ave, 

Winnipeg 4. Manitoba 

204-JU-6-7637 

KORNSPAN. Mitchell 

1840 Cordova Ave. 

Youngstown. Ohio 44504 

216-747-7675 

KOSE. Michael 

1018 Pine Ave. 

Union, N.J. 

686-5704 

KOSLOWE. Kenneth 

540 Prospect Ave. 

Mamaroneck. N.Y. 10543 

914-698-0613 

KRANSON. Jerry 

41 Miner St. 

Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 18702 

717-822-0235 

KRONENBERG. Ira 

26-49 96th St. 

Elmhurst. N.Y. 11369 



TW-8-4350 

LAMDAN. Ely 

182Bennet Ave. 

New York. N,Y, 10040 

SW-5-9168 

LANDA, Saul 

107-17 89th St, 

Ozone Park, N,Y, 

VI-5-9254 

LANDDOWNE, Morton 

60 E, Olive St, 

Long Beach, N,Y, 11561 

516-432-1905 

LANDAU, Arthur 

96 College Rd, 

Monsey, N,Y. 10952 

EL-6-8378 

LAZAROS. Jack 

91 Shore Drive 

Athol, Mass. 01331 

617-249-3860 

LEBOR. Avram 

325 Longacre Avenue 

Woodmere. N.Y. 

516-295-1040 

LEBOWITZ. Eugene 

190Marcy Ave. 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 11211 

EV-7-6258 

LEE, Jack 

2218 Holland Ave. 

Bronx. N.Y. 10467 

652-1997 

LEIB. Martin L. 

656 Mam St. 

Haverhill. Mass. 01830 

617-372-4649 

LERNER. Davidl. 

2164 Barnes Ave. 

Bronx, N,Y. 10462 

597-2806 

LEVEE, Eugene 

7333 S, Paxton 

Chicago, III. 60649 

312-768-3930 

LEVENGLICK, Arthur 

1335 54th St. 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 

851-8692 

LEVENSON.Carl 

2280 Olinville Ave. 

Bronx, N,Y, 10467 

231-0585 

LIFSCHITZ, Barry M. 

301 Ave. F 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 

438-1002 

LIPSITZ. Edward 

29 Laurel Rd. 

696-0927 

MANDEL. Frank 

425 N.June St. 

Los Angeles. Calif. 90048 

931-0484 

MEYERS, Joel Jay 

6833 N.Kedzie Ave. 

Chicago, III. 60645 

312-761-1553 

MEYERS. John A. 

109 Rector St. 

Perth Amboy. N.J. 08861 

201-VA-6-1254 

MILSTEIN, Albert 

1545 Winona Ct. 

Denver. Colo. 80204 

534-6695 

MONDERER. Berny 

211 B. 140th St. 

Belle Harbor, N,Y. 11694 

212-474-7413 

MOSKOWITZ. Israel 

49 Payson Ave. 



New York. N.Y. 10034 
567-2153 

MOSKOWITZ. Nelson 

3240 Oak Rd. 

Cleveland. Ohio 441 IS 

ER- 1-4686 

JVIUHLBAUER. Sheldon 

61 Harrison Ave. 

Bklyn, N.Y. 11211 

782-5365 

NAIERMAN. Morty 

119 Grant St. 

Portland, Maine 

772-6078 

NELSON. Nathan 

383 Grand St. 

New York. N.Y. 10002 

GR-3-3131 

NORDEN. Ralph 

93 Constitution St. 

Walhngsford. Conn. 06492 

203-269-8294 

OBOLER. Jeffrey 

316 B. 27th St. 

Far Rockaway. N.Y. 

471-9150 

ORNER. Israel 

F. A. deFigueroa 1327 

Buenos Aires. Argentina 

PICKHOLTZ. Herschel 

3294 Beachwood Rd. 

Cleveland. Ohio 

321-0078 

PLUDWINSKI. Alexander 

Rua Alberquerque Lins 566 

Sao Paulo. Brazil 

517-616 

POGROW. Yitzie 

480 W. 187 St. 

New York. N.Y. 10033 
WA-7-1965 

POLINSKY. Milton S. 

588 Lenox Rd. 

Brooklyn. N.Y. 11203 

PR-8-9121 

PONCZ. Louis 

2148 Muliner Ave. 

Bronx. N.Y. 10462 

824-7312 

POLLAK.Tiberiu 

1376-42 St. 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 11219 

854-9050 

POSY. David H. 

110 Ocean Parkway 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 11218 

UL-3-8256 

POWITZ. Stephen J. 

48 Surrey Commons 

Lynbrook. N.Y. 

516-LY-3-9701 

PACKMAN. Joseph R. 

30 E. 62 St. 

New York. N,Y. 10021 

TE-8-3113 

RADZIN. Alan 

1745Caton Ave. 

Bklyn.. N.Y. 11226 

IN-2-0651 

RAPPAPORT. Henry 

860 W, 181 St, 

New York, N,Y, 10033 

LO-8-4315 

RAPAPORT, Murray I, 

40 Naples Rd, 

Brookline, Mass, 02146 

617-734-4025 

RAYMON, Hillel 

225 Wayne St. 

Highland Park. N.J. 08904 

201-545-6999 

REICH. Raymond 



717 Eastern Parkway 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11213 

HY-3-8078 

REINMAN. Martin 

1159 55 St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 

438-2175 

REZNICK, Samuel D. 

48BarreSt. 

Charleston, S.C. 29401 

RA-2-8701 

ROCK, Melvin 

3906E. Antisdale 

South Euclid, Ohio 441 18 

216-291-2344 

ROSENBERG, Bernhard H. 

400 E. 43 St. 

Kansas City. Mo. 54110 

816-JE-1-4362 

ROSENBLUM, Robert 

219-17 74 Ave. 

Bayside, NY. 11364 

SP-6-5729 

ROSENFELD, Joel 

7952 W. 4th St. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

213-933-4256 

ROSS, Michael I. 

3702 Ave. S 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11234 

ES-6-7558 

ROSTKER, Eugene 

290 E. 53 St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11203 

DI-2-4202 

RUBIN, Bernard 

35-33 83 St. 

Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11372 

672-9496 

SADOWSKY, Stephen B. 

249-50 57th Ave. 

Little Neck, N.Y. 11362 

BA-4-7240 

SAFRAN, Eliyahu 

99-38 64 Ave. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 11374 

TW-7-0269 

SAIMAN.Yechiei 

SATOSKY, Jack 

120 Gale Place 

Bronx. NY. 10463 

K 1-6- 1964 

SAUER, Neil 

2550 Olinville Ave. 

Bronx, N,Y. 10467 

231-3629 

SAVITSKY, David 

64-10 99 St. 

Rego Park, N.Y. 

896-8449 

SCHENKER, David 

112 Goldsmith Ave. 

Newark, N.J. 07112 

201-923-8727 

SCHLOSS, Martin A. 

71 Richmond Ave. 

Worcester, Mass. 01602 

617-PL-2-1746 

SCHNALL, David 

3 Leon Drive 

Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

EL-2-4068 

SCHNEIDER, Michael 

1 Behnert Place 

Cranford, N.J. 07016 

201-276-8954 



SCHNUR.JoelL. 

800 Concourse Village W. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10451 

992-6475 

SCHOENFELD. Leonard S. 

888 8th Ave. 

New York, NY. 10019 

SCHORER, Sheldon 

1755 Karen Lane 

E. Meadow. N.Y. 

516-IV-1-3904 

SCHREIBER, Simeon B. 

121 Rand Place 

Lawrence, NY. 11559 

516-239-1579 

SCHULHOF, Harry 

1875 University Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10453 

LU-3-6539 

SCHWARZ, Ronald J. 

317 Engelwood Ave. 

Teaneck, N.J. 

201-833-2686 

SEIDENFELD, Norman 

61 Martense St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11221 

IN-2-6148 

SHATZ. David 

390 West End Ave. 

New York. N.Y. 10024 

TR-4-0444 

SHUB, Howard M. 

471 Coldstream Ave. 

Toronto 12, Ontario 

RU-1-0700 

SILVERBERG, Matthew 
25 North Circle 

Matawan, N.J. 07747 

201-583-9022 

SOKOLOW. Moshe 

1619-54 St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 11204 
851-8165 

SOLE, Robert 

60 Ashton Ave. 

Newton, Mass. 02159 

LA-7-4042 

SOLOMON, Nathan A. 

1430W. ElsmerePI. 

San Antonio, Texas 

PE-4-0403 

SOLOW, Moshe 

7 VanCorlearPI. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10463 

LO-2-7332 

SPERO, Marc 

4142StillmoreRd. 

S.Euclid, Ohio 44121 

216-EV-2-6894 

SPINOWITZ, Bruce 

2068 Ford St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 

NI-6-1935 

SRULOWITZ, Marvin 

20 Jeffrey Place 

Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

914-356-2502 

STARESHEVSKY, Richard M, 

22ScherPI. 

Passaic, N.J. 07055 

201-779-5485 

STARK, Norman 

377 Ave. C 

Bayonne, N.J. 07002 

201-436-3708 



STEIN, Israel 

3421 Glen Ave. 

Baltimore. Md. 21215 

301-764-2922 

STEIN, Joel J. 

121 North Dawes Ave. 

Kingston, Pa. 18704 

717-288-0189 

STEIN. Joseph 

266 East Broadway 

New York, NY. 10002 

254-1683 

STEIN. Martin 

473F.D.R. Drive 

New York, NY. 10002 

CA-8-2293 

SUSKEWICZ, H. Bernard 

5 Frontenac Ave. 

Buffalo. N.Y. 14216 

TF-8-1740 

SUSSMAN. Alan J. 

60 Warren St. 

New London, Conn. 06320 

203-442-7496 

SZMIDT, James 

3427 Cutshaw Ave. 

Richmond, Va. 

355-5652 

TEICHMAN, Thomas 

R.Oscar Freire694 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

TRATTNER, Ira 

123-35 82 Road 

Kew Gardens, NY. 11375 

544-5870 

TWERSKY, Martini. 

371-16th Ave. 

San Francisco, Calif. 

SK-2-1711 

TWERSKY, Moshe 

415 Ave. F 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218 

UL-3-0472 

TWERSKY. Neal M. 

23 Koster Blvd. 

Metuchen, N.J. 08840 

201-548-2050 

UNGAR, Amiel 

45 Fairview Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 

LO-7-5509 

UNGER, Sam 

2856 Mayfield Rd. 

Cleveland Hts., Ohio 44118 

371-9876 

WACHSMAN, Abraham 

83-32 Talbot St. 

Kew Gardens, N.Y. 11415 

VI-7-3255 

WACHTEL, Steven 

81 North Pine St. 

North Massapequa, NY. 11758 

516-LI-M247 

WAHRHAFTIG.Chaim 

495 W. 186 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10033 

LO-8-0874 

WARBURG, Ronald 

100 Overlook Terrace 

New York, N.Y. 10033 

LO-8-5193 

WAXMAN, Jerry 

1343 E. 10th St. 

Bklyn., N.Y. 

DE-9-6197 



WAXMAN, Joel L. 

127 Hiler Ave. 

Kenmore, NY. 14217 

716-877-8383 

WEINBERG, Gerard 

7 Ellish Parkway 

SpringValley, NY. 10977 

914-EL-6-7960 

WEINBERG, Melvm 

95-23 67 Ave. 

Forest Hills, NY. 11374 

BO-3-1902 

WEISS, Aryeh 

54 E. 182 St. 

Bronx. N.Y. 10453 

SE-3-7047 

WEISS. Arnold I. 

216 State St. 

Perth Amboy, N.J. 08861 

201-442-4291 

WEISS. Joseph H. 

1937 E. 13 St. 

Bklyn, N.Y. 

645-2790 

WEISSBROT, Stanley 

1478 Utica St. 

Denver, Colo. 80104 

825-6810 

WIEDERKEHR, Irwin 

90 Laurel Hill Terrace 

New York, N.Y. 10033 

923-2407 

WINKELMAN, Stanton I. 

87-10 204 St. 

Jamaica, N.Y. 

464-1328 

WHITCUP, Morris S. 

1647 Popham Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10453 

CY-9-6080 

WINKLER, Neil N. 

1380 Virginia Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10462 

SY-2-8908 

WINKLER, Norman 

Bklyn., N.Y. 

PR-4-5106 

WOLF, Shimon 

19 Brokaw Lane 

Great Neck, N.Y. 11023 

516-HU-7-9639 

WOLK, Morris 

418 Kimball Ave. 

Yonkers, NY. 10704 

914-BE-7-2074 

YABLOK, J. Benjamin 

634 5th St. 

Marietta, Ohio 

373-4209 

YOMTOV, Yigal 

69-46 197 St. 

Flushing, N.Y. 11365 

454-1916 

ZEISEL, Elliot M. 

18 Hilltop Place 

Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

356-3114 

ZHEUTLIN, Michael 

280 Henderson St. 

Jersey City, N.J. 

201-435-2267 

ZIGELMAN, David 

811-87 St. 

North Bergen, N,J. 07047 

201-869-5661 



Compliments ot 



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DISCOUNT BANK 

LIMITED 

MAIN NEW YORK OFFICE: 

511 FIFTH AVENUE 

At 43rd Street 

BRANCH: 

1350 BROADWAY 

At 35th Street 






CONGRATULATION^ 
TO 

DAVID 

f UPON HIS GRADUATION 
from 

.ND MRS. GERSON FRENKEL, GARRY & EPHRAIM ZVI. 
AND 
JACK AND ESTHER SALTZSON 



John, 



Thanks for everything. 
Love, 
Dave & Sallv 



Mazei Tov and 

Best Wishes for 

future success to 

our son and brother 

SHELDON 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Hersh 

Stan, Sheila and Elon 

Bar-Tovand Yaron 

Haifa, Israel 






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Congratulations to all my 

GRANDCHILDREN & 

GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN 

Mrs. Fannie Sperling 



20; - 779-5*85 





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22 SCHER PLACE 
PASSAIC MEW JERSEY 07055 5OLO AND COMBO 



BEST WISHES 

for a bright future 

toour dear son 

\SRAll STEIN 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Stein 



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With all good wishes 



to the 



CLASS OF 1969 



Mr. & Mrs. Louis Schreiber 





Congratulations and best 
wishes to 

HOWARD SHUB 

on his graduation 

Mr. &Mrs. JackShub 

Wilfred, Judith, & Scott 



Congratulations to 

DAVID SHATZ 

and his classmates 
Mr. & Mrs. Meyer Shatz 
Howard Samuel Shatz 
Henry & Golda Rothman 






Jack Adelman 

Rabbi Morris H. Bell 

Rabbi James I. Gordon 

Jerome B. Gordon 

Abe Guterman 

David Halpern 

Arnold L. Knoll 

Rabbi Norman Lamm 

Rabbi Simon Noveck 

H. Ribner 

Rabbi Nathan Rosenbaum 

Dr. Auri Spigelman 

Dr. M. L. Wertheimer 




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WE TBY TO ASPIRE 



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Congratulations to the 
YESHIVA COLLEGE GRADUATES 

The generation that will bring 

Torah-True Judaism to the Moon 

From the Chug L'tnach V'hasiforim 

Hachitzonim 

and from 

MURRAY & HARVEY 
HOROWITZ 




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Best wishes to 



DAVID FIALKOFF 



EDWARD SOL 
FEIGELMAN 

upon receiving his 

8A and Cantorial Degrees. 

Best Wishes for his future. 

Mother and Dad 

Brothers, Michael and Arnold 



and his classmates 



Best wishes to 

MARK BERKOWITZ 

Alex and Miriam Steinberger 



Congratulations to our son 

and brother SOLOMON ADLER 

from his Inlaws and family 

H &B FRUIT & VEGETABLES MARKET 
186th St. & St. Nicholas Ave. 

Best wishes to DA V/D FIALKOFF 
upon his graduation 

Congratulations and best of luck 

to IRA KRONENBERG 

upon his graduation 

Best wishes for the future 

to MARTIN SCHLOSS 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Schloss and Simcha 

Much success and happiness 
to MARTIN SCHLOSS 
Mrs. Kate Finkelstien 

Best of luck to 

MARTIN SCHLOSS 

ELASTIC PRODUCTS CO. 

Compliments of 
MR. & MRS. SIDNEY FEINBERG 

ROYALCRAFT TRIMMING CORP. 

307 W. 36th Street 

NewYork,N.Y. 10018 

ARTHUR WEBER & CO. INC. 

1375 Broadway 

NewYork,N.Y. 10018 

Wishing lots of luck to 

SOLOMON AND GOLDIE 

Mildred &Hy 

Compliments of the 
Young Israel of Windsor Park 

Congratulations to all "My Boys" 

on Graduation day 

MRS. GARY SEGURA AND FAMILY 

ZOMICK'S BAKE SHOP 

601 Beach 20th Street 

Far Rockaway, N.Y. 




Good luck and best wishes to 

IRA KRONENBERG 

MR. & MRS. JEROME GOLDMAN 

FROM A FRIEND 

FOrFtRYON FLORIST 

1432 St. Nicholas Ave. 
New York, N.Y. 10033 

DAVID'S TRAVEL AGENCY 

Why-wait — buy vour airline 

anci bus tickets in advance 

182nd St. and St. Nicholas Ave. 

Best of luck to the class of 

WYESHIVA COLLEGE DEBATING 

SOCIETY 

President: Marc. D. Goldstein 



M. ABRAMSON AND SON 

Jewelers since 1898 

1400 St. Nicholas Ave. 

EPSCO SUPPLY wishes the class 

of 1969 the best of luck 

in the years ahead 

Best wishes to IRA KRONENBERG 

Compliments of MAUZONES 

Greeting from 
SHOFER'S FURNITURE CO., INC. 



In honor of ;05£PH EICHENBAUM 

Greeting from 
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 

Greetings from 
MR. & MRS. ALBERT BAGAN 

Congratulations to DA WO FIALKOFF 
upon his graduation 

Congratulations to my nephew 
MOE CROOB 





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jewelry Store 

Agency of Longines & Bulova 
Watches & Parker Pens 
Cash, Credit & Lay-away 

593 W. 181st St. NYC. 



A MESSAGE TO FRIENDS 



IT HAS BEEN A 

REAL PRIVILEGE 

TO WORK WITH 

YOUR FINE CLASS. 

YOU HAVE CHOSEN 

A MAGNIFICENT 

CLASS RING. WEAR 

IT PROUDLY AND 

TREASURE ITS 

MEMORIES AND 

MESSAGE 

OF ACHIEVEMENT 

GOOD LUCK! 



Bob Callow - Dick Lo Pachin 

55 Northern Boulevard 
Greenvale, long Island 






Mobi 



Monument 3-4400 



BRUSCO Mobilheat 

FUEL OIL CO., INC. 

Oil Burners & Boilers Installed & Serviced 



766 Amsterdam Avenue 

{Bet. 97th & 98th Sts.) 

New York 25, N.V. 



Congratulations 

MICHAEL 

from Mom, Dad and Fran 

Mr. & Mrs. Moe Schneider 
Cranford, New Jersey 



Compliments 



Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Feldman 




Compliments of 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Feldman 

THE 

FELDMAN CO. 

INC. 




BEST WISHES TO 

SAUL 

FROM 

MR. & MRS. SAMUEL LANDA, 

MARTY, JANET, PHILLIP, SETH 

AND ARI 

{keep smiling) 





RABBI & MRS. LEVOVITZ 
AND MRS. M. TWERSKY 
WISH THEIR CHILDREN A 

MAZEL TOV 

ON THEIR RECENT MARRIAGE 

WE WISH THEM 
MANY YEARS OF SUCCESS 
AND HAPPINESS TOGETHER 



Congratulations to Our Dear 
Coneratulations to 

SHELDON DAVID 

f^AY May this Commencement be the 

beginning of a lifetime of Health, 
on his graduation Happiness, and Success. 



from 



his Family 



All Our Love 

Marilyn David 

Dr. & Mrs. Jack Walker 

Jeanette and Gila 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO 

ELI HAMAOUI 

FROM 

MALDEN KNITTING MILLS 
MALDEN, MASS. 



Maze! Tov V'Hatzlocho Rabbo 
to our son and brother 

YISROEL YITZCHOK 

from: 

Mr. & Mrs. David Moskowitz 

jack and Marsha 





FOR OUR BROTHER MORTY 



MARTIN KRAUSS 



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PRINCETON PAPER CORPORATION 

34-26 37th STREET, LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y. 11101 





HESHIE 

Upon His Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. David Schulhof 

Jacob and Faye Naomi 



MAY WE SUGGEST 



White 
^Rose 






MORE TEA 

MORE FLAVOR 

IN EVERY TEA BAG 



Congratulations to 

HARRY BROWN 

and his fellow classmates 

POLLACK AND KELLER INC. 

GENERAL MASON CONTRACTORS 

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL 



RUBENFELDS 

Hotel & Caterers 
® 



Monsey, 
N.w York 



914 - 356-3400 
212 - 562-6181 



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Beachwood, Ohio 



Congratulations to 

MARTY 



'PERFIDY THYMUS AND THE MARSUPIALS" 



JOEY 

With you always, 



Philo, P.A. Drip, Cousin Soap, 



Phloem, Tilly Mollusk, Peter, 



and Kate Smith 



Love, 



Mom and Dad Geldwert 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 
to our son 

JOHN 

and the Class of '69 
MR. & MRS. LESTER MEYERS 



FRANK MANDEL 

upon your graduation. 

May you have continued success in all your 
future endeavors, and be a source of pride 
to your family. 

MR. & MRS. ARMIN MANDEL 

SHIRLEY 

SHABSI and EVA 

and, of course 
SHRAGA MENDEL 



UNCLE HENRY 
Congratulates 

YISROEL ISAACSON 

upon his graduation 
and 

TAIHO 

KASHIWADO 

SADANOYAMA 

upon their achieving 

the rank of 

YOKOZUNA 



To 

BERNY SUSKEWICZ 

from 

UNCLE ABE AND AUNT ROSE 

Cantor Daniel T. Gildar 

Charles C. Memel 

Benjamin Pigovat 

Gertrude Schweibel 

BUFFFALO, N.Y. 



Congratulations to 


CARY EPSTEIN 


from 


MOM AND DAD 


SANDY AND DAVID 


MIRA AND MARK 


GAIL 



Best Wishes To 

SHIMSHON 

from 

CENTRAL 

HOSIERY 

CO. 

TORONTO, CANADA 



FROM THE BOYS ON THE TERRACE 

TO THE TOOLS ON THE HILL 

YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY, LOUIE 

(B'LI AYIN HARA) 



Congratulations to 



SHELand MARYLIN, MIKEandREGI 
DANNY and COOKIE, GARY and MIRIAM 



from 



THE KOZ 



Congratulations to 

KENNY 

and the Class of '69 

upon their graduation 

DAD 

MOM 

NEIL 

MARK 

SHARI ANN 



Best Wishes 
to 

MORDECHAI 

from 

Rabbi M. Z. Twersky 

Dr. Isador Twersky and Family 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

STANLEY 

and 

LINDA 

Upon Their Engagement 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Weissbrot and Susie 

Mr. & Mrs. M. Weiss and Allen 



Mr. and Mrs. Hyman P. Galbut 

David, Al B., and Russel 

Wish 

ROBERT 

and His Classmates 

the Best of Luck 

Upon their Graduation 



THE FAMILY 



OF 



MICHAEL KOSE 



Congratulations 
to 

BERNIE 

on his graduation 
and entrance to 
Medical School 

Mom, Dad & Grandmamina 



^ Inhonorofthe 


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^^^^^H graduation of my son 


1 


■■ MENACHEM B. 


1 


KASDAN 


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Congratulations 

to our son and 

his room.mate 

8'?7-226-421 

^abbi & Mrs. Cmanuel Rackman 



Congratulations to Frank Mandel 

From Aunt Helen, Aunt Margaret 

and Uncle Lazar 

NEGEV HOME MADE FOOD INC. 

Glatt Kosher— Free Delivery 
1211 Ave. J. Bklyn,N.Y. 11230 

Congratulations to Bob Rosenblum 
from his parents 

HEIGHTS SUPPLY COMPANY 
1539 St. Nicholas Ave. 

Congratulations to Harry 
Mr. & Mrs. Moses Weiss & Gigi 

To Robert Ca/faut— Thanks for 

years of encouragement 

Joseph Harry Weiss 

lOE SALWEN PAPER PRODUCTS' CORP. 
185 Randolph St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

ALEXANDER'S KOSHER RESTAURANT 

This was a mistake. MARV 



CORONET TRAVEL 
AGENCY 

49 West 47th St. 

NewYork, N.Y. 10036 

CI 7-2448-9 

TRAVEL AGENCY FOR Y.U. STUDENTS 

Campus Rep.— S. Davidovics 



Congratulations to 

RAYMOND REICH 

upon his graduation 
SIMON & ANNE REICH 
WALTER & TOVE REICH 



Joseph & Lena Nussbaum 

Leon & Rebeccah Nussbaum 

William & Shirley Feit 



Congratulations to 

BRYAN 
& ''NIR'' 

from 

BERTHA HEILIZER 

SCHMITT'S FUEL OIL SERVICE 

1609WilliamsbridgeRd. 

Bronx, N.Y. 10461 



Congratulations and Best of Luck 



LAZAR 



from 
Mom, Dad, Aaron, Susan, 



Howard, Irving, Esther 



Congratulations to 

NORMAN SEIDENFELD 

upon His Graduation. 

Best Wishes and Success 

in His Future Endeavors. 

from 



SINAI TAKE HOME FOODS 



Congratulations to 
Our Son, Brother, and Uncle 

SHELDON DAVID 

upon His Graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman David 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter David 

Jeffrey and Aileen 



M. LERMAN INC. 



Monuments of Distinction 



129-131 Suffolk Street 



New York, New York 10002 



OR-4-2250-1-2 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO 

KENNY MAIN 

DAVE FRENKEL 

ELLIOT ZEISEL 

SIMMY SCHREIBER 

AVI LEBOR 

AND THE ENTIRE 

CLASS OF '69 

FROM 
JOEL & DEBBIE 
SCRANTON, PA. 



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Congratulations to 

HOWIE 

from 
Mr. Berg and Aunt Lena 



Congratulations to 

SHAZBAZ 
THE BIRD CALLER 

A Sure Success in 40 Years 



Congratulations to our 
dear grandson upon his graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Goldshlag 



Congratulations to 

BRYAN 

upon his graduation 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Falk & Erika 



Mazel Tov to 




JACOB jANKELOVITZ f^ 

and the Graduating Class of 69 , -« 



Congratulations 

ALAN J. SUSSMAN 

From Your Parents 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to Our Beloved Son and Brother 

DAVID LERNER 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Lerner and Jack 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



for the Future 



~l Dr. & Mrs. Emanuel Goldshlag 




Dear Aaron, 

MAZEL TOV 




Best Wishes for a 

life of health and 

happiness 

Monn, Dad and Sally 



Congratulations 






from 






JUDSON 2-5353 






MAX RUBINSTEIN 






HIRSCH & Co. 


30 W. 47TH 


1 STREET 


MEMBERS N. Y. STOCK EXCHANOE 


NEW YORK 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



to 



NATHAN NELSON 



Upon His Graduation 



Mom, Dad, and Janet 
Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Nelson 
Mr. & Mrs. Elias Fiedler 
Mr. & Mrs. Sam Miller 
Passaic Sportswear, Inc. 
Allen Pants, Inc. 
P&R Leather Co. 
Reliable Clothing, Inc. 
Bridge Merchandise Co. 

















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Congratulations and Hatzlachato 

our son and brother Joel 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Greene, Monty and Heather 

Good Luck to GERARD WEINBERG 
fromyour alter ego. 

Mr. & Mrs. Gunter Schwartz 

congratulate their son Ronald 

on his graduation. 

SAUL'S MARKET— 2M-\ Murray Av. 

GUTMAN & MEYER 
1508 St. Nicholas Av. 

ACADEMY CLOTHES 
33 Broad St., Elizabeth, N.J. 

Congratulations to y/\CK LEE 
From DAD and MOM 

RIVER PARKWAY HAND LAUNDRY 
2553 Amsterdam Ave. 

Congratulations to my son Martin 
upon his graduation — Morris Stein 

Compliments of K & P Textiles 

Mazel Tov to the class of '69 

Eugene & Ann Mermelstein 

TOV M'AOD LUNCHEONETTE 

Vote ior MARIO PROCACCINO 
Primary day, June 17th. 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes upon 

your graduation — Mom, Dad, 

Isaac and Yocheved 

FIRST INVESTORS' CORP. 
Jerome Wiliig, Group Manager 

SAMUEL NEWMAN 
11 Sunrise Pi., Valley Stream, N.Y. 

JACK'S PAINT SUPPLY INC. 
332 New Lots Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Congratulations to Grads of 1969 

AZRIEL F El NER— Insurance 

Consultant. 212-478-6500 

SARABHAI AGENCIES— 30 Rockefeller Plaza 



BLAINE'S WORK CLOTHES INC. 
521 W. 181st— Corner Audubon 

PAUL'S CLEANERS 
1507 Mott Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y. 

GOTHAM DRUG STORE 
1407 St. Nicholas Ave. 

GROSS' FABRIC SHOP 
1144 Jersey Ave., Elizabeth, N.J. 

Best Wishes— Mom, Dad, f///e 
and Max 

LEO'S MENS & BOYS' WEAR 
709 Elizabeth Av., Elizabeth, N.J. 

Congratulations to all Graduates — 
THE GRUENSPECHTS 

Dr. Lester Silverman 
44 Vernon St., Springfield, Mass. 

B.M.S. ELASTIC FABRICS 
395 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 

WEISS & SON JEWELRY MANUFACTURER 
10 W. 47th St., New York, N.Y. 

LEGION COFFEE SHOP 
591 W. 181st St. 



To the roommate who has given Y.LI. 

its fondest memories — 

from y. W. f. toy. R.R. 

BARRICINI CANDY— GREETING CARDS 
1422 St. Nicholas Av. (nr. 181st) 





CONGRATULATIONS 



AN J. SUSSMAN 



FROM YOUR PARENTS 




"We shall not cease from exploration 

And the end of all our exploring 

Will be to arrive where we started 

And know the place for the first time 

Through the unknown, remembered gate 

When the last of earth left to discover 

Is that which was the beginning; 

At the source of the longest river 

The voice of the hidden waterfall 

And the children of the apple tree 

Not known, because not looked for 

But heard, half heard, in the stillness 

Between two waves of the sea 

Quick now, here, now always — 

A condition of complete simplicity 

(Costing not less then everything) 

And all shall be well and 

All manner of thing shall be well 

When the tongues of flame are in-folded 

Into the crowned knot of fire 

And the fire and the rose are one." 



Ili-M Wlihi's lo Ihf CIjss or 69 

RABBI ABNER H. GROFF YC'60 




MORDY BESSER '68 
Office of the Registrar 

PINCHAS FRIEDENBERG '67 
Assistant to the Registrar 

GARY L. KORNSPAN '63 
Assistant to the Director 
of Student Finances 

JACK NUSSBAUM '60 
Assistant to the Director 
of Student Finances 

LARRY WACH5MAN '63 
Assistant Registrar 

ABRAHAM WAHRHAFTIG '66 
Office of the Registrar 

RABBI JEROME WITKIN '67 
Assistant Director of Admissions 




Congratulations to 

BARRY HERMAN 

On his graduation 
From 



MR. AND MRS. JACK HERMAN 

MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR ROSENTHAL 

RENEE AND ROY 

ALAN AND SHELLEY 

HINDA AND MR. AND MRS. LUCAS 



To 

DAVID POSY 

Our Very Best Wishes 

Mother, Dad, Carl J. 

Aunt Mae — Uncle Jack & Girls 

Uncle Phil— Aunt Ruth & Girls 

Aunt Anna — Uncle Abe & Family 





YITZIE POGROW 

on His Graduation 

from 

Mom and Dad and Stanley 



THE ERNA MICHAEL COLLEGE 



STUDENT COUNCIL ; 

CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF '69 

NORMAN BERTRAM— PRESIDENT 

MARK HABERMAN— VICE PRESIDENT 

MICHAEL LIEBERMAN— SECRETARY-TREASURER 



CLASS 7 REPRESENTATIVES 
BRIAN NADATA 



NATHAN NELSON 
MICHAEL MOSESON 



CLASS 6 REPRESENTATIVES 
MARTIN KATZ 
CHARLES LIPSCHITZ 
BERNIE HANAUER 



CLASS 5 REPRESENTATIVES 
IRVING ZEIDEL 
SHELDON ARON 
SIMON FELD 



CLASS 4 REPRESENTATIVES 
HARRY KATZ 
MURRAY RAPPAPORT 
LEON WERTHEIMER 



CLASS 3 REPRESENTATIVES 
SOL GREEN 
ARNOLD WALDMAN 
IRWIN LEFRAK 



THE ERNA MICHAEL COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL HAS PURCHASED THE 
FOLLOWING EIGHT PAGES TO HONOR ITS GRADUATES AND FACULTY. 




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My Dear Friends, 

Graduation is at once a joyous time and a time for sober 
reflections. We have successfully completed one important 
phase of academic development and w/e are eager to meet 
the challenge of the future. Graduation is also — and ap- 
propriately — a time to pause and ponder lessons learned 
and mistakes unrectified. Olive Schreiner put it this way in 
"The Lost Joy:" 

"At last they came to where Reflection sits, that 

strange woman who had always one elbow on her knee, 

and her chin in her hand and who steals light from the 

past to shed it on the future." 

And indeed our education at Yeshiva will enable us to 
take the light of Torah and illuminate the future. This is our 
strength and insurance in this Pecksniffian world. 

Congratulations to the entire class and my best wishes 
always. 



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President, EMCSC 



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She is neither teacher nor preacher. In fact, 
she is not even a doctor. But to most of us. 
she has been the inspiration that guided our 
way through four years of Erna Michael Col- 
lege. 

Her keen wit and touching humor brightened 
many a day that seemed to be folding down 
upon us. Whether the problem was academic, 
administrative or even personal, she left no 
stone unturned to help out. Her every move 
is guided by the effect it will have on the "fel- 
las" in T.I.: sincerity is her trademark. 

Seeking no glory nor personal advance- 
ment for herself, she has always displayed 
the same concern for each individual in both 
the old administration and the new. Her pen 
has served as the tempering scepter dispens- 
ing a touch of mercy after the justice has been 
handed down next door. 

When, in future years, we recall Erna 
Michael College, we will think with fondness 
of her, the woman to whom we dedicate this 
section, with profound admiration and utmost 
appreciation — 

SARAH MEYER 






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RAY 


MARVIN M. 


DAVID 


NOAH S. 


RICHARD E. 


NORMAN 


ABOFF 


AMMER 


ANFANG 


BAER 


BELL 


BERTRAM 




JOSEPH 


SHALOM 


YALE B. 


STEVEN 


NATHAN 


SHELDON 


BIRN 


BRILLIANT 


BUTLER 


CHALFIN 


CHASAN 


DAVID 




HYMAN ALLEN 

FISCHGRUND FISHMAN 



JOSEPH 
FRUCHTER 




CHAIM G. 
FRYDMAN 



ALAN 
GERBER 



DAVID 
GITLER 



DANIEL T. 
GORDON 



CHARLES 
GOTTLIEB 



HYMAN 
GROSS 




KENNETH C. 
KOSLOWE 



ELY 
LAMDAN 



SAUL HILLEL 
LANDA 



AVRAM 
LEBOR 



JACK BRIAN 
LEE 



MARK L 
LEHRMAN 



EUGENE L. 
LEVEE 



BARRY M. 
LIFSCHITZ 



SHALOM 
BRILLIANT 




MICHAEL 
ROSS 



YECHIEL 
SAIMAN 



MICHAEL 
SCHNEIDER 



LEONARD 
SCHOENFELD 



SHELDON 
SCHORER 



SIMEON 
SCHREIBER 



RONALD 
SCHWARZ 



RICHARD 
STARESHEFSKY 



NORMAN 
STARK 







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ABRAHAM 
WACHSMAN 



CHAIM 
WAHRHAFTIG 




HARRY JOSEPH 



GEORGE 
WEISZ 




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STAN 
WINKELMAN 



NORMAN 
WINKLER 



YIGAL 
YOMTOV 




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The Masmid Staff Wishes to Extend Special Thanks to: 
Phil St. Pierre & Dick Lupardo of American Yearbook Co. 
Hal Piernick & Jerry Sieser of Burton Studios— Official Masmid Photographers 
Dr. Seymour Lainoff —Faculty Advisor 
Dean Israel Miller 
Mrs.. Streich 





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