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^ S ftiauated Anglican dialect, referred to the story of a" 
smiffi'town called Danciger, a priceless commodity called 
/ thfe , Fnef fable Wisdom, and a quest undertaken by three 
brave knights from the school of theGood Count Groffius, 
Procurator of Danciger. | 

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And it came to pass that the road to the Ineffable Wisdom had been lost by the gentle people of Danciger. Yearning for 
the security and confidence that such wisdom brings, the people of Danciger selected three young knights to seek out the 
Great Belquinor, Scion of Avihsey, for it was said that he alone held the secret to the Ineffable Wisdom. The three knights 

were Piouse, Zealos, and Indifferaunce. 
Piouse was a studious, bookwormish sort, who although hardly warlike, was always able to defend himself when at- 
tacked. Yet, he always preferred the cloister to the battlefield. Having had religious instruction all his life, he was the most 

learned of the three, but also the most cautious. 

Zealos, having discovered religion relatively late in life, made up for it by his defense of the religion against all who would 

scoff or degrade it. He knew less of religious lore than did Piouse, and was not so experienced a warrior as the third knight, 

Indifferaunce. Yet, his fervor and emotional approach more than made up for these deficiencies. 

Like Piouse, Indifferaunce had had religious instruction all his life, but had developed a different attitude toward it. He 

realized that religion alone was not enough, and had, in the past, been disillusioned by what he felt were expressions of 

hypocrisy among those whom he had considered devout. This experience had given Indifferaunce a cynical approach to life. 

Often he mocked Zealos' enthusiastic approach to religion, or Piouse's caution and exactness, but deep inside, he felt a 

strong tie to them. 




Needing supplies and armour for their quest, the three bold knights turned their steps toward the Royal Armoury, a 

small, dingy hut, with a large signboard proclaiming in gold letters: 
YE ROY ALL ARMOURIE 
Discounts Large & Prices Smalle 
To Ye Armourie Come Ye All 
"Verily," mused Piouse, "An had the Armourer lavished half the money he burgeoned on this sign, the Armoury would 

be full twice the present size, and a far more pleasant place than it be now." 




A small missive tacked to the door said: 

Back in Quarter of an Hour 

"It will serve us to wait," said Zealos. "Verily, ye Armourer 
has betaken himself to procure fine stuffs to clothe and pro- 
tect the knights withall." Indifferaunce grumbled. 

It was a full hour before the Armourer, a small man of mas- 
sive girth, returned, wiping his lips with a napkin. 

"Gentlemen, what can I do for you?" asked the Armourer 
briskly. Zealos saluted him and proclaimed in a sentorian 
voice: 

"Most worthy Armourer! We come before you embarked 
upon a most awesome and holy mission and are in need full 
sore of the noble tools of weaponry, as befit three stout 
knights errant." 

"You want the full get-up?" asked the Armourer. "Then 
come right in." 




He unlocked the door and ushered in the trio. Once inside, the knights saw shelves stacked with tarnished armour cov- 
ered with yellow "USED" strips, and shiny new armour, gleaming silver in the dim light. When Indif feraunce touched 

them, the silvery paint came off on his hands. 
'Don't touch the stuff, my friend," said the Armourer, "I'll be with you in a minute." 
After an hour had passed, each knight held a full suit of armour. Yet, nothing matched. It was all a strange combination 
of used and new equipment. The knights looked at each other shyly, feeling like fools. 
"Now," exclaimed the Armourer, "We can talk price. You, my friend (pointing to Piouse) owe me ten crowns, four shill- 
ings, and sixpence." 
'So much? " implored Piouse. "But for that price I could procure a new set of armour. I came to you because it is said you 

give discounts." 

"My friend, " said the Armourer, "I charge the same prices as anyone else." 

"But why do you add percentages? Why sixpence extra?" asked Zealos. 

"That's royal tax, queen's tax, and quest tax.". 

"Then you also charge tax!" cried Zealos. 

"I do not charge tax," said the Armourer, patiently. ""I collect it. Do you want the armour or don't you?" 

"'Its so expensive, " murmured Piouse. 
"Enough!" shouted the Armourer. "Take it off and get out." 





The three dejected heroes complied and left the Armoury. Slowly, they walked into the forest in the direction of For- 
tress Avihsey. 
"Now we're in a fix," moaned Indifferaunce. "For without armour and weapons, how can we protect ourselves?" 

"We certainly need help," agreed Piouse. 
"Ahem!" said a voice behind them. They turned, and saw a man of pale complexion, dressed in a neat suit and vest, 

with a pointed beard, puffing on a cigar. 
"Who are you?" asked Zealos. 
"I am called Revelin," whispered the man. "I stand alongside the road to Avihsey, and try to help those who pass. 
Long ago, I was as mighty as King Belquinor. Those were the days when the turrets of Avihsey shone golden instead of 
dull green. It was a smaller fortress then, but, I believe, a happier one. You say you need armour. Well, then: Abracada- 
bra, tora-u-mada!" There was a puff of smoke and the heroes found themselves fully outfitted in armour. Before they 

could thank him, the old magician had vanished. 

"Truly, a great magician and benefactor, that Revelin!" cried Zealos. Piouse agreed. Indifferaunce said nothing, but 

fingered the pommel of his sword thoughtfully. The three set off toward Avihsey. 





The road grew twisted and more circuitous. As the three knights came to a cave planted in the middle of the road, there 
came to their ears sounds like the gnashing of teeth, roaring, ripping paper, and the smell of pipe tobacco. Piouse mumbled a 

psalm. 
Lowering his visor and making his voice deeper than it really was, Zealos advanced to the mouth of the cave and shouted, 

"Peace! What maketh that hellish uproar?" 

There was a groan: "Closed out — all courses closed!" 

"I challenge thee, be thou beast or fiend," spake Zealos. "If thou canst do no more than sit in this cave and emit such foul 

noises, thou hast no right to live. Come forth, monster! Tis the pure knight, Zealos, who challenges thee!" 




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Just then a hollow belch echoed through the cave and a 
huge red blob rolled out — the knights leapt aside, and ran 
for the trees. The ball smoked and throbbed, and small 
strips of scarlet tape waved on its surface. It rolled wildly 
around the clearing, snarling in grass and bushes and rip- 
ping bark and leaves off trees. Finally, it stopped in the 
middle of the clearing. It lay there and pulsated. 

Zealos stepped forth from behind his cover of trees, 
unsheathing his sword. 

"Hellish demon ball," spake Zealos, "from what Satan's 
spawn wert thou sprung?" 
The ball only pulsated. 
"Speak, scarlet sphere!" 

Still no retort. Zealos held his sword over his head. 
"Perish thee!" 

He sank the sword in up to the hilt. The ball wheezed, 
belched a small puff of red smoke, and then seemed to 
harden. The scarlet tentacles reached out, felt Zealos deli- 
cately, and wound around his limbs. 

"O, help me, friends," cried Zealos, "for it will not let 
me go ! " 

Piouse and Indifferaunce ran forward, just as two more 
belches sounded within the cave. Indifferaunce was caught 
instantly, but the smaller Piouse leapt nimbly into a tree 
and hid. Zealos, trying to pull out his sword, had somehow 
gummed up his arm with tape and was unable to move. 
Indifferaunce's foot stuck to the ball, and he was pulled to 
the ground. As Piouse watched, a huge dragon emerged 
from the cave and leered at the two captives . 

"Now, young knights," snorted the dragon, "I have you 
in my clutches. Where are your pink slips?" 

"Alas, foul dragon, ' answered Zealos. "We have none. 
Unhold us from your hellish balls of red tape, and let us 
continue on our quest!" 



The dragon only laughed. 

"You are fools," it said, "for daring to come this way without proper authorization. Without a pink slip signed by Bakon- 
io, regent of Avihsey, and countersigned by the Fair Epstilene, you cannot hope but stay here, wrapped in my quagmire of 
red tape. I am the Registragon, placed here to guard against intrusions by whelps such as yourselves. What do you seek?" 

"Our mission, O most horrible Registragon," said Indifferaunce, "is to learn the wisdom of Avihsey." 

"You should have planned your mission more carefully," said the Registragon. "None but utter fools would have come 
so far without paying more attention to prerequisites, corequisites, financial clearance, and most important of all; the Pink 
Slip. Now, you will remain here forever!" 

Slipping quietly down the tree, Piouse ran off into the forest in search of someone who would help him save his friends . 

Turning around a large oak tree, he saw a tollbooth. Wondering what that sort of thing was doing in the middle of a for- 
est, Piouse advanced to the door and knocked. The door opened with a creak. 

Piouse saw before him a little man, all round and roly-poly, who squinted at the young hero in the sunlight. 




"Yes?" asked the man. 

"Please, good ToUkeeper," said Piouse, "I wonder if you could help me. You see, my friends are being 
held captive by the Registragon. We were on our way to Fortress Avihsey, and this Registragon keeps 
asking for financial clearance and pink slips 

Young friend," said the ToUkeeper, "you have come to the right place. As for financial clearance, I 
can help you as no one else in the forest can. My name is Socolgrede, and ! collect the tolls from all who 
would reach the Fortress." 

"How much is the toll, good sir?" asked Piouse. 

"How much you got?" demanded Socolgrede. Checking his purse, Piouse answered, "Just two 
shillings. ' 





"Hardly enough," sniffed Socolgrede, "but you can make up the rest in 
work-study, and you may qualify for a scholarship. Hand it over!" He took 
the money and disappeared into the house, then emerged, carrying in his 
arms stacks of pink, green, and yellow slips, and a small vial. 

"Fill out your name and address on each one of these," he said, "and 
fling them into the eyes of the Registragon. It is his duty to sort and collate 
each one. And while he is doing that, drip this liquid prepared by Bakonio 
and blessed by Epstilene on the red balls. It is called Waiver Fluid, and will 
melt away the scarlet tape instantly. Have you any mone%' left, young 
fellow?" 

"No, Socolgrede, not a penny," sighed Piouse. 

"Then all is as it should be for a pilgrim to Avihsey. Go in peace!" The 
ToUkeeper slammed his door shut. Piouse hurried away. 



"Meanwhile, the Registragon was asking Indifferaunce and Zealos what they planned to do with their futures. 

"Why are you so suddenly interested in our welfare?" asked Indifferaunce. 

"No real reason," replied the Registragon chuckling. "I just like to know about people before I eat them." 

Suddenly, Piouse ran into the clearing. "Take these, foul Registragon!" he cried, flinging Socolgrede's slips into the 

monster's face. The Registragon bellowed, then began to separate the slips into piles and alphabetize them. Piouse sprinkled 

the Waiver Fluid onto the red balls of tape, and they instantly melted away. The three knights ran off into the forest, leaving 

the Registragon bellowing helplessly, still collating. 



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After their narrow escape, the three heroes contin- 
ued into the forest. The sun was setting. "Verily, 'twill 
soon be dark," said Zealos. 

"There must be an inn of some sort nearby," said 
Indifferaunce. 

"Yet we must be careful, ' advised Piouse, "for in 
such uncharted wilds as these, there are undoubtedly 
lawless folk who would do us harm." 

The knights began to lose their way. They resolved 
to enter the first inn to which they came. To their sur- 
prise, they happened upon not one small inn, but three 
mighty buildings in the middle of a forest grotto. Sit- 
ting on a rock and enjoying the cool night air was the 
Innkeeper. They saw that he was a man of extraordi- 
nary height. 

"Good sir," said Zealos. "Be thou the Innkeeper of 
these fair and pleasing mansions?" 

"Yes," drawled the man, as he slowly turned to look 
at them. "Hmm, I know your faces. Are you registered 
for Orientation? Have you picked up linen yet? Here, 
fill these out." 

He thrust at them an armful of complicated-looking 
forms, and sank into repose. The knights were discom- 
fited at having received such a welcome. Carefully cra- 
dling the forms in his helmet, Piouse approached the 
man once more and said, "Good sir, we are but three 
young knights who seek the Fortress Avihsey and the 
monarch Belquinor. We seek lodging for the evening. 
And now, I pray, do thou arise and show us to good 
chambers, for we are footsore and weary, having just 
escaped the cave of the awful Registragon." 

The Innkeeper stood up and said, "You know, I am 
a bit of a psychologist, and can tell from your manner 
of speech that you have an Oedipus Complex with 
masochistic overtones. Did you hate your father? Nev- 
er mind, I'll put you in Reuben's Hall. Here are your 
keys; touch them." 

He held out a great ring of keys. Piouse laid his hand 
on them and vanished instantly. The Innkeeper turned 
to Indifferaunce. 

"You, my young friend, seem more 'with it than the 
other," said he. "I will place you into Morgue Dorm. " 
The process was repeated. 

"Lastly, for you, my hero," he said to Zealos. "You 
will sleep in the cradle of tradition, Rats Hall." Zealos 
gingerly touched the ring of enchanted keys, and dis- 
appeared. What had become of the knights? 




Piouse found himself in the broad hall of Reubens and 

shivered in the chilling wind that blew dbwn the corridor. 

He lay his hand on his sword-hilt and called out, "Hello?" 

Only the echoes answered. 

Piouse pushed open one of the many doors in the hall, 

this one saying "Library" on it. The room was full of 

books, sprawling encyclopedias, holy tomes, pamphlets, 

magazines, none of which seemed to have ever been 

opened. 
Perched on an Encyclopedia Judaica was an owl, who 
cocked a yellow eye on Piouse and shrilled. 

"Rawrrkk! What do you want?" 





Piouse doffed his helmet and said politely, "An it please thee, Sir Owl, I am Piouse, maiden knight, in search of the awe- 
some . 

"Are you classified?" rasped the owl. "Is your card punched? What is your social security number?" 
"Surely, good Sir Owl," said the bewildered Piouse, "I wot not of what ye want. I'm looking for a place to sleep." 
"Rawrrkk!" shrieked the owl. "Down the hall. You're from RIETS and require authorization from Charley-pop. Author- 
ization, classification, administration, humiliation! Begone! " The owl flapped his scrawny wings so powerfully that the 
dust flew, blowing Piouse out into the hall. 





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He rubbed the dust out of his eyes and looked down the 

hall. A door opened, and Piouse heard someone mumbling. In 

the room, he saw a man wearing a black suit and tie, and a 

white shirt, shuffling the leaves of a calendar. 

"Good Sir," said Piouse, "it is said I require authorization 

from thee, if thou art Charley-pop. Canst thou supply me 

with the same?" 

The man squinted at him. 

"Ah!" he cried. "You look like one of my boys. Welcome to 

RIETS/YP. But please don't disturb me in the future. I must 

rearrange the calendar." 

Piouse left, closing the door behind him. Shortly, he found 

another room which contained a bed. Tossing himself upon 

the bed, Piouse fell into a deep slumber. 




Zealos, meanwhile, had reappeared in the hall called Rats, 
the "cradle of tradition". 
"It may be hoped that tradition dwelleth here," thought 
Zealos. "For most assuredly, naught else could survive." 
He pushed open one of the doors, prepared to see a dusty 
pallet, but found himself instead, in a wide chamber whose 
rich appearance belied the dingy surroundings. There stood 
a great desk of polished wood, encrusted with scrolls and 
cherubim. Sitting at the desk and studying a tractate of 
Talmud was a man, short of stature, dressed neatly in a 
plain grey suit. He looked up. 
"Your name?" he asked Zealos. 
"An it please thee, sir," stammered the usually clear- 
throated Zealos, "I am called Zealos, late of Province Danci- 
ger, in search of Wisdom in Avihsey." 
"We shall see," answered the man, "whether you are wor- 
thy of admission to Avihsey. If you don't study, you don't 
belong here. What are your plans ?" 
"Venerable sir," answered Zealos, "may I ask, what is thy 

name?" 

"I am called Judgement," said the man. "And this section 

of Avihsey is mine, the House of Judgement. Begin!" 

"My quest," said Zealos, "is to bring back the secret of 

the Wisdom of Avihsey to the inhabitants of Danciger . . . " 



But what had become of Indifferaunce? Transported by the Innkeeper into Morgue, he found the hall to be extremely 
comfortable. He strolled through the hall in a carefree manner, marveling at its design. Pushing open one of the doors, Indif- 
feraunce found a man sitting at a desk. The man took no notice of him, but lit a cigarette, a cigar, and a pipe in quick succes- 
sion. He was sitting on a pile of ropes, which were constantly winding themselves around his body — yet seemed not to 
impair his movements. Finally, the man saw Indifferaunce, and said, "Rrmph?" 

Indifferaunce entered cautiously, lest the strange man seize him in his tentacles. He was motioned to a seat. The room was 
growing hazy with tobacco smoke. 

"What are your career goals?" asked the man. "Have you fulfilled all your course requirements?" 
Caught off guard, Indifferaunce said, "Are there requirements here? Could you help me fulfill them?" 
"I would help you, young man," said the smoker, peering through the haze, "but my hands, as you can see, are tied. Give 
us a good year. ' 

As the smoker went back to his work, Indifferaunce left the room. Soon, he found a room with an empty bed. Exhausted 
from the day's many perils, he collapsed upon the bed and slept. 




The next morning, the three knights emerged from their respective sleeping quarters, feeUng well rested. 

Piouse asked the Innkeeper if he could recommend a place where the knights could dine. 

"The Inn of Choparkalex, the Gastronomical Wizard," intoned the Lofty Innkeeper, "is a fine place to eat. 

I and Mrs. Innkeeper often indulge there." He then proceeded to tell the knights how to reach this den of 

dumplings. The knights thanked him for his hospitality and proceeded on their way. 

The knights soon reached a clearing in the middle of which stood a small building. A signboard attached to 

the building read: 

Ye Eating-Place 

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Entering, the knights found the place empty . 

if this place is so good, " said Indifferaunce, 
"there should be more people here." 

"Have a seat," said a voice. 

Cautiously, the knights sat down; Piouse 
opened a menu and read, "Student Special, Puree 
of Dragon Scales, Breaded Toadstools, Chopar- 
kalex Surprise." 

"The Surprise is highly recommended," said 
the voice. 

"Then let us have Surprises all around," cried 
Zealos . 

"Oh, you will," said the voice. 

The bowls of food soon appeared and the 
knights ate hungrily . 




Upon completing the meal, the knights, at first, felt well sated. But soon the food began to take a grisly gastronomical 

toll. Possessed by a pressing urgency, Indifferaunce rose to make a hasty departure, but alas, sank to the ground coughing 

uncontrollably. Piouse tried to help his comrade but found that he could hardly move. Zealos began scratching his head 

madly, for alas, he was sprouting a great mane of hair, a lion's mane! He was turning into a lion, just as Indifferaunce was 

becoming a donkey, and Piouse a turtle. 

"Ha, ha!" laughed the voice. "You are indeed fools to trust my food. I am Choparkalex, and my low prices are but a foil to 

make you enter my lair! Now you have attained your natural forms. Despite your earnestness, you, Zealos, are naught but a 

foolhardy, roaring lion. You, Piouse, are so powerless because of your onesided piety, that you are slow as a turtle. And you, 

Indifferaunce, your cynicism is best cloaked in the guise of a donkey. Go now, fools!" 




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"Alas, but were in a fix, " brayed Indifferaunce. How will we 
ever get to Avihsey like this?" 

"Now, friend Indifferaunce," said Piouse. "Have patience." 

"For my part," said Zealos, "I am somewhat flattered . Indeed, 
methinks that my natural talents somewhat lean toward those of a 
lion." 

"Don't speak foolishly," said Indifferaunce. "Choparkalex in- 
tended to make us content to live as animals. We must seek help to 
break this evil spell . The shame of it that I must be made a 
donkey!" 




The three dejected changelings walked on. They soon reached a sunnier part of the forest in which stood a tower, all 
white and pink. A canopy adorned the area in front of the tower, and upon it were written these words; 
Welcome to Brookdale 
Ye Kingdome of 
Les Queens deTrois-Quatres 
'Queens of Thirty-Fourth?" moaned Indifferaunce. "Surely, more sorceresses. I hope that they're friendly and can help 

us!" 
The room which the knights entered was all white with one black wall. There, on particolored thrones, sat the queens, 

Surette, Rivque, and Laeoh. They looked up as the knights entered. 

"Gastronomio's work, " said Surette. The other two nodded. 

"Nay, good lady," growled Zealos, "for the rascal's name was Choparkalex." 

"He has many names," said Surette, "but they all mean heartburn . You know, you're cute Zealos, even if you are a 

lion. Where are you from? Is this your first year at Avihsey? What are you studying?" 








"I beg thee, fair maiden," moaned Piouse, "not to trouble 
our heads with these questions; I doubt whether we shall 
ever be worthy of attaining Avihsey." 

"Don't worry about that now," said Surette. "Come here 
and let me stroke your shell." 

Indif feraunce cast his donkey-eyes on Rivque and moved 
closer. Laeoh smiled at Zealos. Thence passed a most agree- 
able half-hour, with the knights recounting their adventures 
to the beautiful queens. Then it came time to part, for the 
knights hoped to reach the fortress by nightfall. Each queen 
gave her knight a small vial. 

"Drink this," they were told, "and you will be instantly 
returned to your former states. Good Luck!" 

"Most beautiful and gracious maidens," said Zealos, "we 
thank thee, and hope to see you again!" 

"Oh, don't worry — you will," the queens assured them. 
The knights quaffed their potions and upon returning to 
their former states, seized their swords and ran into the for- 
est in the direction of Fortress Avihsey. 



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The gates of Fortress Avihsey were well-guarded, so the 
knights hid in the bushes and thought of how they could 
gain entry. They marvelled at the domes — golden once, now 
a dull green, and carefully studied the Saracen guards of 
Marmoraunce the Fearless, responsible for the Fortress' 
security. Within, the knights knew, was the lair of the Re- 
gent Bakonio, who administered the rule of Avihsey, assist- 
ed by the Fair but Dangerous Epstilene. 
The knights decided that it would be foolhardy to try a 
direct attack upon the Fortress; they had to use trickery. 
The Queens had told them of Marmoraunce's only known 
weakness; he was deathly afraid of grass . They decided 
on a plan. From Choparkalex's inn they had stolen some 
oregano, a spicey substance which bears a striking resembl- 
ance to grass. They would stun Marmoraunce by flinging 
the oregano in his face, and then rout the leaderless Saracens 

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When Marmoraunce came out to inspect the guards, In- 
differaunce leaped into his path and threw the oregano. The 
horrified Marmoraunce bellowed and tried to brush the 
stuff off his black leather armour. As Indif feraunce shoved 
him into the moat, Piouse and Zealos whacked the Saracens 
cold with the flat of their swords, tied them up with the 
straps of their time-clocks, and tossed them into the moat 
after their leader. The three knights raced over the draw- 
bridge and into the castle. 

A sign stood in the main hall; 

WAYTOWISDOMME 

'"Tis clear," said Zealos, "no man of Avihsey passed here 
for a long time." 

"What splendor!" exclaimed Piouse. "What a majestic 
place this must have been!" 

"Come, we must find the great Belquinor and learn the 
Ineffable Wisdom," said Indifferaunce. 




Suddenly, the torches in the hall lit up and a voice rumbled, "I 

am Bakonio, Regent to the Mighty Belquinor, Scion of Avihsey. 

Who are you, and why do you seek him?" 

"We are three knights errant," spake Zealos humbly. "We have 

come to speak to the good King Belquinor to gain the Ineffable 

Wisdom so that we may bring it to all the inhabitants of 

Danciger." 
Suddenly, two doors at the end of the hall opened, and a roar- 
ing was heard. It was the Fair Epstilene! She threw forms at them, 
asked them for proof of financial clearance, told them that the 
Regent was in conference and could not be disturbed, that they 
could not be admitted without a pink slip. 





When Piouse showed her the sHp he had obtained from 
Socolgrede, Epstilene reaUzed that she was powerless to de- 
tain them. Sighing once, she said, "Just a moment. I'll see if 
the Regent is in. " 

Epstilene entered an adjoining chamber and finally 
emerged some ten minutes later. "The Regent will see you 
now, but first place your swords in the umbrella rack." 

Bakonio proved to be rather cooperative. Without too 
much difficulty, the three knights were able to convince him 
of their noble purpose. The Regent instructed the knights to 
dress in their most colorful and stately armour, and then 
with a few cautioning words which lasted but a mere two 
hours, directed the knights to the throne room of the 
Mighty Belquinor. 




Three exhausted but happy knights tapped on the door of Belquinor's throne room. They were finally to see the Great 
Belquinor, Scion of Avihsey, Protector of Danciger! Swinging open the heavy bronze doors, they approached slowly and 
knelt. Taking out a scroll, Zealos read the request and humble greetings which the knights had drawn up before departing 

, on their great quest. 

Strangely, though, Belquinor did not respond. His long white beard and unruly hair did not even twitch. Summoning up 
his courage, Zealos approached the Great Monarch. He touched the still form of Belquinor, and Belquinor crumbled into 

dust. A whispering voice said: 

"Who seeketh Utter Wisdom, not power-play nor pelf. 

Let him not seek Belquinor but within himself." 

The quest was over. 

The three knights returned to Danciger, there to live out the rest of their lives administering the needs of the three reli- 
gious divisions to which they had been admitted, and taking to wife the three Queens of Trois-Quatres. They lived out their 

lives fully and happily, and passed away to be gathered unto their seed. 
HERE ENDETH THE CHRONICLE 





MR. ANTHONY BEUKAS 



In his eight years at Yeshiva, 
Mr. Anthony Beukas has gone 
far beyond his role as a teacher. 
Most significantly, he has 
transformed Dramatics into a 
source of creative fulfillment for 
those actually partaking in 
Dramatics Society productions, 
and into a source of enjoyable 
cultural entertainment for those 
viewing them. In this sense, 
there are few in the Yeshiva 
community that have not bene- 
fited from Mr. Beukas's selfless 
devotion to student develop- 
ment and maturity. To the class 
of 1973, Mr. Beukas has been a 
teacher, a director, and most 
important, a friend. 

It is with a deep sense of ad- 
miration and gratitude that we 
dedicate Masmid '73 to Mr. 
Anthony Beukas. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



Rabbi Israel Miller 

Vice President for Student Affairs 




Mrs. Alice Epstein 

Secretary, YC 



Mrs. Cecil Levinson 

Secretary, YC 



Dr. Isaac Bacon 

Dean, Yeshiva College 




Rabbi Zevulun Charlop 

Administrative Director, YP 





Mrs. Frances Streich 

Secretary, JS5 



Rabbi Morris J. Besdin 

Director, James Striar School of 
General Jewish Studies 




Mrs. Sarah Bass Rabbi Jacob M. Rabinowitz 

Secretary, EMC Dean, Erna Michael College of 
Hebraic Studies 



Rabbi Abner H. Groff 

Director of Admissions 



Secretaries, Office of Admissions 





Mr. Samuel Gayer 

Assistant to the Director of 
Admissions 



Dr. Sheldon E. Socol 

Director of Student Finances 



Mr. Arnold Nussbaum 

Assistant to the Director of Student 
Finances 




Mr. Morris Silverman 

Registrar 



Secretaries, Office of the Registrar 




Rabbi Meyer H. Edelstein 

Assistant Registrar 



Mr. Isaac Hagler 

Assistant to the Registrar 



Mr. Larry Wachsman 

Assistant to the Registrar 





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Mr. Jacob Blazer 

Director of Buildings and Grounds 



Mr. Alfred Parker 

Director of Food Services 





Mr. Sam Harlstein 

Director of Public Relations 



Mr. Bernard Sarachek 

Director of Athletics 




Rabbi Joshua Cheifitz Mrs. Kohl 

Director of Residence Halls Secretary, Residence Halls Office 




Dr.EliSar 

Director of Medical 
Services 




Mr. Robert Marmorstein 

Director of Security and 
Safety 



Mr. Solomon Zeides 

Librarian, Pollock Library 



FACULTY 



Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik 

Professor of Talmud and Jewish Philosophy 



RABBI ISAAC ELCHANAN 
THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 



Rabbi Jacob Lessen 

Mashgiach Ruchani 



Rabbi Nissan Alpert 

Instructor in Talmud 






Rabbi David Bleich 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Noah Borenstein 

Asst. Professor of Talmud 



Rabbi David Lifshitz 

Assoc. Professor of Talmud 



Rabbi Michael Katz 

Assoc. Professor of Talmud 




Rabbi Moses Tendler 

Instructor in Talmud 






Rabbi Philip Paretzky 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Julius Parness 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Simon Romm 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Jeruchem Gorelick 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Aaron Shatzkes 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Gershon Yankelewitz 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Zelo Schussheim 

Instructor in Talmud 




Rabbi Hershel Schachter 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Mendel Zachs 

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Rabbi Samuel Volk 

Instructor in Talmud 



Dr. Yehudi Felman 

Asst. Professor of Bible 




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Mr. Pinchas WoUinan 

Instructor in Hebrew 



ERNA MICHAEL COLLEGE 
OF HEBRAIC STUDIES 



Dr. Meir Havazelet 

Professor of Bible 



Rabbi Louis Bernstein 

Instructor in Jewish Studies 




Dr. Moshe Carmilly 

Professor of Jewish Studies 



Rabbi Solomon Berl 

Instructor in Jewish Music 



Rabbi Mayer Herskovics 

Professor of Bible 



Rabbi Abraham Krupnick 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi B. Barry Levy 

Instructor in Bible 



Rabbi J. Mitchell Orlian 

Instructor in Bible 



Rabbi Jacob Rabinowitz 

Instructor in Jewish 
Jurisprudence 




Dr. Abraham Stern 

Instructor in Education 



Rabbi Chaim Gulevsky 

Instructor in Talmud 



Cantor Macy Nulman 

Instructor in Jewish Music 



Mr. Zvi Reich 

Instructor in Jewish 
Education 



Rabbi Joseph Lerner 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Israel Wohlgelernter 
Dr. Norman Lamm Asst. Professor of Talmud and Jew- 
Professor of Jewish Philosophy ish Philosophy 




Dr. Hayim Leaf Rabbi Pesach Oratz 

Professor of Hebrew Assoc. Professor of Bible 



Rabbi Aron Kreiser 

Instructor in Talmud 



Dr. David Kadosh 

Vis. Asst. Professor of Jewish 
Philosophy 



JAMES STRIAR SCHOOL 

OF GENERAL JEWISH STUDIES 



Rabbi Morris Besdin 

Professor of Bible 



Rabbi Benjamin Blech 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Pesach Oratz 

Assoc. Professor of Bible 




Dr. Andre Neuschloss 

Instructor in Jewish 

History Rabbi Morris S. Gorelick 

Instructor in Talmud 



Rabbi Abraham Herman 

Instructor in Bible 



Rabbi Manfred Fulda 

Assoc. Professor of Talmud 



Rabbi Philip Reiss 

Instructor in Talniud 



Rabbi Eliyahu Safran 

Instructor in Jewish History and Philosophy 



Dr. Walter Orenstein 

Instructor in Bible 




Dr. Asher Siev 

Professor of Hebrew 



Rabbi Sherman Siff 

Assoc. Professor of Talmud 



Rabbi Steven Riskin 47 

Instructor in Talmud 



YESHIVA COLLEGE 




Dr. Albert Marrin 

Asst. Professor 



SOCIAL SCIENCES 



HISTORY 





Mr. Zevulun Charlop 

Lecturer 



Mr. Robert Goldberg 

Instructor 



Dr. David Berger 

Vis. Asst. Professor 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 




Dr. Joseph Dunner 

Petegorsky Professor 



Dr. Ruth Bevan 

Asst. Professor 



Dr. Michael Hecht 

Asst. Professor 



ECONOMICS 




Mr. Aaron Levine 

Vis. Lecturer 



Mr. Herbert Bienstock 

Vis. Lecturer 



Dr. Charles Shami 

Asst. Professor 



Dr. Arthur Hyman 

Professor 



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Mr. Joshua Shmidman 

Instructor 



Dr. Walter Wurzburger 

Vis. Assoc. Professor 



PSYCHOLOGY 




Dr. Manny Stemlicht 

Professor 



Dr. Helmut E. Adler 

Professor 




Dr. Carl Auerbach 

Asst. Professor 



Dr. Sidney Pleskin 

Professor 



SOCIOLOGY 




Dr. Jerry Hochbaum 

Vis. Assoc. Professor 



Mrs. Leah Glass Mr. Joseph Greenblum 

Instructor Instructor 



HEALTH EDUCATION 




Mr. Arthur Tauber 

Vis. Asst. Professor 



Mr. Neil Ellman 

Vis. Lecturer 



Mr. Lorand Marcel 

Vis. Lecturer 



NATURAL SCIENCES 



CHEMISTRY 




Dr. Marvin Stern 

Assoc. Professor 



Dr. Ezra Levy 

Assoc. Professor 



Mrs. Ida Dobkin 

Instructor 




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Professor 



Dr. Saul Wischnitzer 

Professor 



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Dr. Max Hamburg 

Vis. Assoc. Professor 



Mr. Murray Altman 

Instructor 




Miss Ruth Herman 

Vis. Lecturer 



Dr. Sasha Englard 

Professor 



Mrs. Jessica Grant 

Instructor 




Dr. David Finkelstein 

Young Men's Philanthropic League Professor 




Dr. Frederick Cooper 

Asst. Professor 



Mr. Leonard Brandwein 

Instructor 



PHYSICS 



Dr. Arthur Woodruff 

Professor 





Dr. Ralph Behrends 

Professor 



Dr. Leon Landovitz 

Professor 



Dr. Graham Frye 

Assoc. Professor 



Mr. Perez Posen 

Asst. Professor 




Mrs. Roza Rusinek 

Teaching Fellow 



Mr. Arthur Goodman 

Teaching Fellow 



HUMANITIES 




Mr. Solomon Zeides 

Assoc. Professor of Library Techniques 



Dr. Louis H. Feldman 

Professor of Classics 




Dr. Solomon Simonson 

Professor 



Mrs. Shirley Mezvinsky 

Instructor 



LANG' 




Dr. Pauline Kra 

Asst. Professor of French 



Dr. Ernest Simon 

Assoc. Professor of French 





Dr. Arash Bormanshinov 

Vis. Asst. Professor of Russian 



Mr. Thomas Knudsen 

Instructor in German 



Mrs. Eugenia Salazar 

Vis. Lecturer in Spanish 



JAGES 




Dr. Asher Siev 

Professor of Hebrew 



Mr. Pinchas Wollman 

Instructor in Hebrew 




Dr. Mordkhe Schaechter 

Vis. Asst. Professor of Yiddish 



Dr. Hayim Leaf 

Professor of Hebrew 



ENGLISH 




Dr. David Fleisher 

Professor 



Dr. Seymour Lainoff 

Professor 



Dr. Paul Connolly 

Asst. Professor 



Dr. Joan Haahr 

Asst. Professor 




Dr. Dan Vogel 

Professor 



Dr. Irving Linn 

Professor 




Mr. Leo Taubes 

Instructor 



Dr. Manfred Weidhorn 

Assoc. Professor 




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Dr. Mayer Herskovics 

Professor of Bible 



Dr. Mayer Feldblum 

Professor of Jewish History 




Dr. Irving Agus 

Professor of Jewish History 




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Dr. Michael Katz 

Assoc. Professor of Bible 




Dr. Moshe Reguer Dr. Elazar Hurvitz 

Assoc. Professor of Jewish Studies Assoc. Professor of Bible 



Dr. Moshe Carmilly 

Professor of Jewish Studies 



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yp Jewish studies 




chaim anfang 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon deha; election comm., chairman; canvassing comm., chair- 
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yp music 



roy angstreich 

emc sociology 

young liberals club, pres.; young demo- 
crats, pres.; dorm comm., chairman; Jewish 
guidance program, chairman; weekend 
comm., chairman; Jewish affairs comm. 
poli sciclub, sec'y- 




louis arfe 

yp economics 

commentator, circ. ed.; tempo, assoc. 
board; wyur; economics club; dramatics 
society, ticketing. 



michael seth axelrod 

emc-yp biology 



mauricejay bach 

yp physics 

soy, pres.; dorm minyan gabbai; tze- 

dakah drive, chairman; techiya; dir- 

shu; physics club; math club. 





ira bauman 

yp predent 

commentator; karate club. 



gary bedell 

emc premed 



ira s. bejell 

yp history 

masmid, ed-in-chief; commentator, photog. 

ed.; soy haggadah; dirshu. 



robert benedek 

emc psychology 

masmid, ed-in-chief; psi chi, pres.; ycsc pres., 
unior year, sec'y-treas., soph year; who's who; 
dean's list; fencing team; Jewish affairs comm.; 
neighborhood youth corps; psych club; tempo, 
assoc. board; tls. 







ronald berger 

yp predent 



michael benkovitz 

yp premed 



larry bernstein 

emc premed 

senate; emcsc, vice-pres.; alpha epsilon delta; 

emc valedictorian. 






sana bloch 

yp premed 

alpha epsilon delta, historian; charity drive, 

co-chairman. 






leo berkowitz 

yp biology 
karate club. 



harvey block 

emc psychology 

psi chi; intramural basketball; emcsc; dean's list; 

psych club; cominentator. 





Jacob buchbinder 

yp psychology 

psi chi; sigma tau delta; alpha psi omega; 
dean's list; commentator; tempo; wyur dj; 
ycsc teacher evaluation committee; psych 

club. 



Solomon borg 

yp economics 

pi gamma mu, vice-pres.; economics club; 

seforim drive, co-chairman. 



ivan elliot brick 

yp mathematics 

hamevaser, tech. assoc; dirshu; torah 

tour; soy committee to revise graduate 

riets. 



abraham i. carmel 

emc psychology 

psych club, pres.; emcsc student court, senior jus- 
tice; pi gamma mu; commentator; yscs blood drive 

committee. 



myron barry chaitovsky 

yp english 

wyur, program director & dj; bowling team; soy 
tzedakah drive; uja campaign; sigma tau delta; soy 
rep; tempo, theater/film critic; hamevaser; dorm 

rep. 



alan chanales 

yp premed 

alpha epsilon delta; intramural 

basketball. 






Steven brill 

yp mathematics 




edward r. burns 

yp premed 




allan chernikoff 

jss history 

neighborhood youth corps; yscs vice-pres., junior 

year. 



alvin cheslow 

jss history 

sssj; jdl; chess club; poli. sci. club; jsssc. 




richard citron 

jss premed 

alpha epsilon delta; sigma tau delta; tempo; dean's list. 







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ira b. cohn 

yp economics 

intramural basketball; economics club; chess club; dean's 

list; pi gamma mu; cheerleader, basketball team. 



leonard davis 

yp political science 

commentator, feature ed. & con- 
tributing ed.; dean's list; dirshu. 







allan dicken 

jss premed 




zev hillel davis 

yp mathematics 

yscs, p:es.; dean's list; who's who; wyur; math club; 

intramurals. 



samuel davis 

yp mathematics 

math club. 







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eliezer diamond 

yp english 

hamevaser, feature ed. & contrib. ed. 




robert diamond 

jss history 

tls advisor; neighborhood youth corps. 



yechiel eckstein 

yp psychology 




martin ehrenberg 

yp premed 

commentator; hamevaser. 



joel eisenman 

jss premed 




harry elbaum 

yp premed 

chess club; floor rep; ham radio club. 




robert eichenbaum 

jss psychology 

tennis team. 



ben ettlinger 

yp premed 

wyur, news director: soy rep; soy elections 

comm. 



elliot feinerman 

emc economics 

intramural sports, chairman; economics club; pi gamma mu; 

dean's list; intramural basketball team, capt. 





Stuart feintuch david feuer 

emc predent emc history 

alpha epsilon delta; emcsc pres., freshman & 
junior years; dean's list. 



howard m. finkelstein 

yp political science 

poli sci club, vice pres.; pre-rab- 
binic society; dean's list; pre-law 
society; Jewish guidance program. 



kenneth fradkin 

emc psychology 

psi chi; dean's list. 



rapha fredman 

yp premed 

alpha epsilon delta; dean's list; wyur; ycsc, 

teacher evaluation comm. 



ary freilich 

jss history 

tempo, asst. senior ed.; jss student court, justice. 






michael friedson 

jss political science 



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bernard freundel 

erriL" chemistry 



joel freudenberger 

speech 
jsssc; speech & drama club; bowling 
team; neighborhood youth corps; jss 
publicity chairman; jss forum; sssj; 
sr. advisor to speech dept. 




brian frohlinger 

jss chemistry 
jsssc pres. & sec'y-treas.; undergraduate council, 
secy; student admissions society, co-chairman; 
american chemical society; student-faculty curricu- 
lum comm.; who's who; cafeteria, headwaiter; yom 
hashoah, chairman. 




joel abratn fruchter 

yp economics 

economic mind, ed.; economics club, sec'y-treas.; ycsc sec'y-treas., senior 

year; pre-law society; pi gamma mu; dean's list. 




lawrence furst 

yp Jewish studies 



menachem fuchs 

yp economics 




moishe gaerman 

yp-emc premed 

masmid, photog. staff; hamevaser, photog. ed.; ycsc blood drive 

committee. 





paul glasser 

ss music 

mizmor shir; ncsy national advisor. 




yitzhak goldberg 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon delta; 



t'ho's who; dean's list. 






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martin goldman 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon delta; sen- 
ate advisory comm., 
chairman; tempo, assoc. 
board; emcsc vice-pres., 
senior year; balanced 
basketball; 
commentator. 




Stanley goldin 

yp psychology 

psi chi, vice-pres.; alpha psi omega; dra- 
matics society; dirshu; dean's list; psych 
club; Jewish affairs comm.; tempo. 



leonard goldsmith 

yp premed 




Jonathan goldstein 

political science 
student directory. 



marvin goldstein 

emc psychology 

psichi; pre-law society. 




Joseph goldstein 

yp economics 

dramatics society; pre-law society. ^ 




harold gordon 

ss premed 

masmid, art ed.; neighborhood youth corps; 
big brother; sssj. 




leonard greenblum 

yp mathematics 

bnai akiva club; ycsc curriculum 

evaluation comm. 



david grauer 

emc history 

pre-law society; pi gamma mu; dean's list. 



robert gruenspecht 

emc political science 

young liberals club, pres.; sssj; wyur; dean's list; Jewish guid- 
ance program; poll sci club. 



alan gross 

political science 





mark grossman 

emc history 



shaul gutner 

yp French 

dirshu; French club. 



henry guttman 

emc history 

pi gamma mu; karate club; dean's list. 





maurice haberman 

emc premed Jonathan hahn 

alpha epsilon delta; intramural basketball; ycsc elections comm. jss history 




leonard hirsh 

yp political science 

soy, sec'y-treas.; un- 
dergraduate council; 
senate curriculum 
committee; pi gamma 
mu, pres.; hamevaser, 
projects ed. 



barry Herman 

emc mathematics 

pi mu epsilon. 



joel abraham hochman 

yp predent 

karate club; soccer team; commentator. 



Joel horwitz 

jss premed 

dramatics society; neighborhood youth corps; 

alpha epsilon delta; alpha psi omega. 



mordechai hoschander 

yp predent 

masmid, business mgr.; dorm comm., chairman. 




marvin itzkowtiz 

jss speech 

student court, chief justice; jsssc; tempo; stu- 
dent advisory comm., speech dept.; who's 
who; young democrats club. 




shaye jacobson 

yp chemistry 




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martin kerzer 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon delta; intramural basketball; commenta- 
tor; balanced basketball. 



eliot kaplan 

yp mathematics 

dirshu; techiya. 



alan marc kalinsky 

wyur; dramatics society; 
commentator, assoc. sports 
ed.; intramurals; pi gamma 
mu; dean's list; pre-rab- 
binic society. 



lester kirshenbaum 

emc history 

dean's list; pi gamma mu; student faculty 

relations comm., emcsc sec'y-treas., senior 

year. 




aryeh 1. klahr 

emc premed 

hamashkif, exec, ed.; emc 

student court, justice; ycsc 

speaker's bureau; dorm rep. 



mark koslowe 

yp economics 

commentator, ed-in-chief & copy ed; under- 
graduate council; space comm.; economics 
advisory comm.; economics club; math club, 
who's who. 



michael leider 

jss history 

tls; torah tours; dirshu; lubavitch club. 



asher leeder 

jss premed 

karate club; zoology club; soy, beis 

medrash librarian. 






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jss english 



daniel a. landes 

yp philosophy 

student court, assoc. justice; co-founder, dirshu. 



ronald levin 

yp mathematics 

pi mu epsilon; wyur; chess club; chamber 

music pianist. 



charles levner 

emc psychology 

basketball team, capt.; psi chi; intramurals; 

psych club. 



buddy levy 

emc chemistry 

commentator, photog. staff; masmid 

71 photog.; karate club; hamashkif; 

bridge club, pres. 




neal david levy 

jss psychology 

psi chi, sec'y-treas.; psych club; sephardic 

club; neighborhood youth corps . 




alan s. lichtbroun 

yp premed 

senate advisory council; alpha epsilon del- 
ta; deans' list; commentator; dramatics. 



michael lipschitz 

yp economics 

intramural basketball; economics club; 

chess club; dean's list; pi gamma mu . 



larry lockerman 

jss predent 

karate club; zoology club, vice-pres. 

jsssc. 



Howard lorch 

jss economics 



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david mark 

emc english 

masmid, literary ed.; sigma 

tau delta, sec'y; dean's list; 

dramatics society; wyur & 

tempo, theater critic. 




Jeffrey markinson 

jss speech 

advisor to speech & drama 

dept.; jss librarian; hame- 

vaser, assoc. copy ed. 




yacob m. luksenberg 

emc political science 

pi gamma mu; poli sci club, vice-pres.; 

hamashkif, assoc. ed. 




harr>' markowitz 

emc history 

pre-law society: pi gamma mu; chess club: 

karate club: pesach provisions comm. 




sidne>' mehl 

yp history 

pi gamma mu; dean's list; wyur, sports director & dj; soy; commenta- 
tor; hamevaser; pre-rabbinic society; blood drive. 



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harold mechlovics 

yp economics 
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bernard mermelstein 

emc history 



pi gamma mu; pre-law society; 
;| dean's list; intramurals. 



Steve mermelstein 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon delta; karate club; hamashkif; 

neighborhood youth corps; project ezra; 

dean's list. 



Stanley mittelman 

yp premed 




theodore mirvis 

yp-emc political science 

senate, chairman; commentator, man- 
aging ed. & news ed.; pi gamma mu; 
pre-law society. 



Joshua miller 

emc economics 

masmid, business mgr.; tempo, business 
mgr.; emcsc, vice-pres.; emcsc vice- 
pres., junior year; pi gamma mu; senate 
curriculum comm.; dean's list; econom- 
ics club. 



Joseph morgenthau 

jss psychology 

tennis team; neighborhood youth corps. 




isaac elchanan mozeson 

emc english 

sigma tau delta, pres.; soccer team, capt.: kol, ed.; commentator, lit- 
erary ed.; hockey team. 



mayer of fman 

yp economics 

economics club; karate club; chess club; eco- 
nomics advisory committee, co-chairman. 





jay nadelbach Joseph saul oppenheimer 

yp sociology emc premed 

commentator, assoc. research ed.; sociology commentator, cir. ed.; intramural 

club, pres. basketball. 




marc orenstein 

emc economics 

karate club. g^ 



Jeffrey mark pickholtz 

emc history 

student court, junior justice; emc student 

court, senior justice; wrestling team, mgr. 




abraham pollock leonard press 

emc premed yp premed 

wrestling team, capt.; curriculum eval- 
uation comm., co-chairman; commen- 
tator; tempo. 



allan plaut 

yp premed 

dean's list; wyur. 




fred pruslin 

jss biology 

research in dr. tendler's lab. 



mark rand 

yp premed 

dirshu; karate club; gesher. 



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Stephen reinhard 

jss history 

Jewish affairs comm., chairman; neighborhood youth corps, pres.; 
student court, soph clerk; who's who; sssj campus coordinator; 

dorm comm. 




Steven reisman 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon delta; ycsc vice-pres., freshman year; 

space comm.; judo club. 



Joel rich 

yp mathematics 

basketball team, capt.; pi mu epsilon; chess club; eco- 
nomics club; hockey intramurals; big brother; dean's list; 
named in outstanding college athlete yearbook. 




barry rifken 

economics 



david richman 

jss-yp predent 

dramatics society; neighborhood youth corps; soy rep; 

hamevaser, copy ed. 



neil ringel 

yp premed 



tuvia rister 

yp economics 

economics club, pres.; wyur; soy. 




tsvi felix rogin 

jss-yp biology 

scholastic standing comm 



satn roseman 

jss english 



neal rosenblum 

emc premed 
commentator, assoc. ed.; alpha epsilon delta; intra- 
mural basketball. 




Sidney rosman 

emc premed 

fencing team; karate club; commentator, pro- 
jects ed.; alpha epsilon delta; dean's list. 




Joshua rosensweig 

yp history 

sssi coordinator. 




martin roth 

emc psychology 

masmid, senior ed.; 
sigma tau delta; pi 
gamma mu; psych club; 
elections comm. 




ira rudowsky 

yp mathematics 

teacher-course evaluation comm., chairman; 

discount comm.; soy hagaddah comm. 



ycsc. 



david s. safar 

emc premed 

election comm. & canvassing comm., co-chairman; 
commentator typist; alpha epsilon delta; tempo; 
dean's list. 



leonard schlangel 

emc sociology 
ycsc pres., senior year; dean's list; student admissions socie- 
ty, co-chairman; who s who; pi gamma mu; tempo, assoc. 
board; ycsc sec'y-treas., junior year; ycsc corresponding 
sec'y; sociology club; neighborhood youth corps. 



Samuel saf ran 

yp phsycis 

senate; wyur; accordianist. 






harold schechler 

yp premed 




undergraduate counc 



joel f. schindel 

jss economics 

yu chorus; elections 

comm.; dean's list. 



martin schiff miller 

yp chemistry 

Jewish affairs comm., chairman. 

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saul Schneider 

yp economics 

economics club. 



martin schnall 

yp economics 
economics club. 






Stuart Schwartz 

yp predent 

ycsc polling comm., chairman; ycsc publicity comm.; 

orthodox Jewish scientists. 



dore schreibman 

emc premed 

masmid, exec, ed.; elections comm,, chairman. 



yale shulman 

emc premed 

alpha epsilon delta, pres.; 
karate club; emcsc; tempo, 
contrib. ed. & prod, ed.; 
commentator; curriculum 
evaluation comm. 





gerry skolnik 

emc political science 

student court, justice; dean's list; 

intramurals. 




Steven sommer 

emc psychology 

psych club. 



kenneth shrier 

yp premed 





michael smith 

enic hsitory 

basketball team; balanced basketball; 

dean's list. 



marvin snow 

yp premed 

commentator, asst. business mgr.; wyur, engineer & dj; 

alpha epsilon delta, vice-pres.; big brother. 




charles jay snow 

yp economics 

economic mind, ed-in-chief ; pi gamma 
mu, secy-treas.; curriculum evalua- 
tion comm. 




Israel g. sokolowski 

yp political science 

ycsc weekend & Finance comm.; 

kol; commentator, circ. ed. 



leonard h. sokoloff 

yp psychology 



henry Jonathan spencer 

emc premed 

biology club; psych club; research project in 

microbiology. 



pr^ — 7r; 



zvi spiler 

jss-yp history 

karate club; soccer team. 




robert sreter 

emc premed 

neighborhood youth corps; commentator. 




Sander srulowitz 

jss history 

jsssc, vice-pres.; student admissions socie- 
ty: speaker's bureau; dorm comm.; Jewish 
guidance program; dean's list; jss book 
drive, mgr. 



menachem stamler 

emc predent 

hamashkif, ed-in-chiel-; masmid, nir ed.; 

soccer team. 



Joseph stechler 

ss-yp political science 

debating team, capt.; commentator, 
senior ed.; pre-law society, pres. 



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sigfried stein 

yp economics 






marc stern 

yp Jewish studies 

pre-rabbinic society, vice-pres.; soy 

hagaddah: who's who; dean's list. 



chaim stramer 

jss political science 

wyur, station mgr. & chief engineer; 

pi gamma mu; amateur radio society, 

pres.; hamevaser, assoc. copy ed. 



ira Sturm 

emc economics 





nahum swinkin morris lilson 

jss history emc premed 

bowling team, capt.; jsssc rep; neighbor- basketball team; intramural basketball; 

hood youth corps; sssj. commentator, circ. ed. 



avi terry 

ss premed 



sammy d. trencher 

vp predent 

senior dinner, chairman. 



martin vasas 

yp mathematics 

judo club; chess club. 



avi weiss 

yp economics 
dorm rep; student directory, chair- 
man; dirshu; pre-rabbinic society; 
economics club; ycsc vice-pres., 
senior year; noar mizrachi; ny 
times rep. 




avy weberman 

emc economics 

sssj campus coordinator; Jewish affairs comm., soviet 

Jewry activities chairman. 



neil weintraub 

yp english 
fencing team, co-capt. 



david weiss 

yp-emc premed 

soy; wyur, cultural affairs director; hame- 
vaser, business mgr. & senior ed.; neigh- 
borhood youth corps; student admissions 
society; uja campaign; big brother; alpha 
epsilon delta. 



michael jay weiss 

yp-emc chemistry 

chemistry club, pres. 



bernard welt 

emc english 

sigma tau delta, 

vice-pres. 




dov weitman 

emc mathematics 
curriculum evaluation comm.; pi mu ep- 
silon, vice-pres.; pre-law society. 



marvin wertentheil 

emc premed 



Jeffrey widowsky 

yp biology 
tempo; balanced basketball. 



masmid, photog. ed.; psi chi; 



daniel wildman 

psychology 
neighborhood youth corps; 



psych club; dean's list; ncsy national advisor. 





daniel wohlgelernter 

yp premed 

tempo, ed-in-chief; alpha epsilon 

delta, sec'y; sigma tau delta; yc 

valedictorian. 



richard wolpoe 

yp history 



morris jay wruble 

yp psychology 

fencing team, mgr.; commentator, 
Israeli correspondent: psych club; 
dean's list; neighborhood youth 
corps; minyan gabbai. 



myron wurzburger 

jss history 

jsssc; dean's list; pi gamma mu; wyur, 

program director; ycsc financial affairs 

comm.; commentator; jsssc activities 

comm., chairman. 




michael yammer 

emc sociology 

masmid, activities ed.; sociology club. 






david zwillenberg 

emc premed 

emcsc pres. & sec'y-treas.; emcsc 

pres., soph year; tempo, senior ed. & 

exec. ed. 



harry zelcer 

emc premed 

soccer team; judo team. 



joel zdanowitz 

yp premed-psych 

dirshu; psych club, vice-pres.; psi 

chi; dean's list; hamevaser, research 

ed.; dorm comm., co-chairman. 




Philip Lieberman 

of 
Blessed Memory 




The Philip Lieberman Memorial 
Award is presented annually 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 1973 has 
selected Brian Frohlinger of Fairfield, 
Connecticut, as the recipient. A JSS stu- 
dent majoring in Chemistry, Brian has 
served as President of the JSS Student 
Council for two years. He has also served 
as Secretary of the Undergraduate Coun- 
cil, Chairman of the Yom Hashoah pro- 
gram on campus, and Co-chairman of 
the Student Admissions Society. The 
class of 1973 is confident that Brian Vv^ill 
continue to assert himself as a leader in 
the American Jewish community. 



Brian Frohlinger 



hCGlVIGIBS 





CDASCDMD 



bob 




marty 





david 



dudi 



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danny 



editors 

robert henedek 
editor-in-chief 

josh miller 
business manager 

daniel wildman 
photography editor 

david mark 
literary editor 

harold gordon 
art editor 



ira bejell 
editor-in-chief 



mordechai hoschander 
business manager jOsh 



dore schreibman 
executive editor 

martin roth 
senior editor 

michael dudi yammer 
activities editor 



photographic contributors 

ira bejell 
robert benedek 
paul claimon 
lenny fuld 
moishe gaerman 
Steven gordon 



hirsh Joseph 
paul millman 
shmuel solomon 
mark weiner 
david weiss 
daniel wildman 



The production of a yearbook is an enormous un- 
dertaking, especially when most of the work must be 
done by one person. Yet, I feel that credit should be 
given where due, and so I would like to extend extra- 
special thanks to:. 

Ira Bejell — it was a pleasure working with you. 

Arlene Opatut — it could never have been done 
without you. 

Danny Wildman — your dedication and tireless ef- 
forts were a source of strength and encouragement. 

Josh Miller — your persistence paid off. 

bob benedek 





A United Project 



We announce the formation of the United Project, a concerted 
effort to revitalize the Yeshiva College Student Council. 

Since our arrival at Yeshiva College, we have witnessed a 
continuous deterioration of student activities. Over the past 
few years our student community has lost its voice in city-wide 
and national Jewish affairs. 

At our own expe^ise of time and money, we have undertaken to 
research the ineptitude of the Student Council. In one week we 
will present our results. 

In order to implement our ideas, we will enter a united 
slate of candidates in the forthcoming student government and 
class elections. We appeal to you for ideas which will form the 

"^'*wrirf coYESHIVA COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL 

year of inactivity on campus will be disastrous to student life 
at Yeshiva College, I ii^ 

left to right: sec'y-treas. m. rucheisman, pres. z. davis, vice- 

pres. V- ostreicher. H' 




which may oe introduced to the Student Body of Yeshiva College." 
-Article IX 

6. Curriculum 
courses, or o 
in order to 
and any facul 

7. Discount Com 

YESHIVA 

'COLLEGE 

SENATE 

and an acade 

year." Artie 
9. Speakers' Bu 

speak to the 
10. Mr, Presiden 

you "amiounc 

about the bu 

of the vario 

time that yc 

Persons with ideas for the united platform and those interested in 
working with the United Project "« meet with any of the following 
people; Alan Kaufman fiu720, Bernard Kaminetsky Hu522.Leo Friechman 302M 
Michael s. Klein CY 5-5826, Michael Bergman 928-5026 




LAST IN A SERIES OF SLANDER SHEETS 



In the past few days, it has come to our attention t.io. 
one has paid any attention to our two previous slander she: 

ERNA MICHAEL COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL 

replacements. This annoys our Holy Torah spirit and we thus 



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(pres.), h. sasson, m. beer. r> tn t 

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JAMES 
STRIAR 
SCHOOL 3 
STUDENT 
COUNCIL^ 



top, left to right; h. wimmer, n. swinkin, m. wurzburger, j. siegel. j. volk, j. freudenberger. j. haefter. r. bieler, d. ehrich. bottom, left to 

right: s. srulowitz, b, frohlinger (pres ), h. fruchter. 



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Zolden. Israeli Correspondents: Emanuel Adler, Marc 
Hanfling, Joshua Schwartz, Simeon Vogel, Morris War- 
gon, Benjamin Yazgur. Typing: Robert Landa, Alex Liver- 
ant, Ken Miller, Abe Carmel. Photography: Ted Ness. 
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Shaye Marcus. Circulation: JOSEPH OPPENHEIMER, 
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tannen'oaum, d. besdin. front, left to right: m. goldstein, j. 

stechlcr, I. davis, m. koslowe, n. rosenblum, s. rosman. 




ed-in-chief mark koslov 




hAMevAsen 




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Staff 





Governing Board 

ISRAEL DAVID BENEDEK 

Editor-in-Chief 




JOSEPH EPSTEIN 
Associate Editor 


SHAYA WEXLER 
Managing Editor 


ELIEZER DIAMOND 
Executive Editor 


DAVID WEISS 
Senior Editor 


JOSEPH TELUSHKIN 
Contributing Editor 


CHAIMM. BRICKMAN 
Feature Editor 


SOL KRUPKA 
Acting News Editor 


MENACHEM STAMLER 
HaMashkif Editor 


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JSS Editor 


JOEL ZDANOWITZ 
Research Editor 




LEONARD HIRSH 
Projects Editor 


MOSHEFLAUM 
Technical Editor 


JEFFREY FEINSTEIN 
Editor Emeritus 

Associate Board 


DAVID RICHMAN 
Copy Editor 



Feature: Judah Lifschitz, Mitchell Weiss, Norman Wisnicki. News: 
Charlap, Mark Schlusselberg, Elliot Singer, Charles Snow, Mordech 
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Goldstein, Dov Kanner, Yitzchak Kasdan, Ronald Levin. Martin Vasas. 
tion: Richard Bieler, Morton Simon. Phillip Skversky. Photography 
Goldstein. Circulation: Marvin Blumenfrucht, Irwin Gross, Harvey Ka 
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Assistant to the Editor-in-Cheif: Meir Friedson, Baruch Twersky, Manging As- 
sistant: Eliezer Wexler. Technical Associate: Samuel Davis. Chief Israel Corre- 
spondent: Menachem Schrader Business Manager: Sheldon Traube. Literary 
Editor: Gary Kinstlinger. Photography Editor: Moshe Gaerman. Art Editors: Jay 
Cohen. Sidney Slivko. Production Manager: Larry Ziffer. Associate News Edi- 
tors: Lyie Kamlet, Barry Snow. Associate JSS Editor: Eli Seidman. Associate 
Copy Editor: Jeffrey Markinson. Circulation Manager: Martin Ehrenberg. 



TEMPO 




left to right: c lovinger. s. winter, d. wohlgelernter 
(ed. -in-chief). 



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WYUR ^ 



left to right: b. ettlinger, c. stramer. g. hirsch, d, 

kolat. 




KOL " 



left to right: t. hands, j. legman, t. glasses, i. moze- 

son (ed,), i, berkowitz, d. mark, dr. p. conolly 

(fac. adv.). 




PSI CHI 




left lo right: h block, c. 
levner, m. schlusselbcrg, s. 
schaeffer, n. newman. r. 
benedek (pres.), n. blumen- 
thal, dr. h. adler (fac. adv.), 
d. wildman, n. levy. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 




left, front to back: 1. bern- 
stein, y. shulman (pres.), y. 
goldberg, h. elbaum, s. 
bloch, etc., right, front lo 
back: m. goldman, ?. mer- 
melstein, a. lichtbroun. li. 
spencer, y. stollman, etc. 




PI GAMMA MU 

left to right: a. carmel, m. aaronson, j. fruchter, I. hirsch 
(pres.), s. brill, h, guttman, s. schaeffer. 



SIGMA 
TAU DELTA 



left to right: i mozeson (pres.), b. welt, d. mark. 








PI MU EPSILON 

left to right: b, herman, j. rich, d. wcilman, s, brill. 



PRE-LAW 
SOCIETY 



standing, left to right: i. wahrman, a. gross, h. guttman, 
m. ruchelsman, i. givup, s. brill, m. goldstein, m. aaron- 
son, d. weitman, j. fruchter, p. reinstein, 1. hirsch, s. borg. 
sealed, left to right: j. stechler (pres), dr. m. hecht, a. 

einhorn. 





AMERICAN 

CHEMICAL 

SOCIETY 

left to right: m. weiss (pres.). s. mittleman, h. elbauni. 



PRE-RABBINIC 
SOCIETY 

left to right: s. feld, s. kessler, s. vvexier, (pres.), i. benedek 
(hon. pres.), n. kahan. 





ECONOMICS 
CLUB 



left to right: m. aaronson, j. cooper, m. orenstein, 1, arfe, 
i. Cohen, i. schoenfeld, s- stein, m. schnall, t. rister 
(pres,), j. fruchter, d. kolat, j, rich, j- epstein. 



SOCIOLOGY 
CLUB 



left to right: j. nadelbach (pres.), d. cohen, m. yammer, d. 
wilzig, m. fuchs. 





PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB 



first row, fronl to back: n. vogel, r. benedek, s. schaef- 
fer, n. newmwn, j. zdanowitz. second row, front to back: 

h, block, j. buchbinder, d. mark. 



NEIGHBORHOOD 
YOUTH CORPS 

left to right: d. wildman, h. gordon, h. horwitz, d. ko- 
Ijt, ii. burns, c. i^panglet, r. benedek, s. reinhard (pres.), 

V. tall. 





THE MEXICAN 
IMMIGRATION 
SOCIETY 
AND FRIEND 

left to right: g. bedell, m. chailovsky, d. weiss. 



YOUNG 
AMERICANS 
FOR FREEDOM 




'D^U\a)At5ICS 




Through the dedication and talents of Anthony Beukas, 
faculty advisor and director of the Dramatics Society, ex- 
cellence and professionalism have become hallmarks for 
Yeshiva University productions. Since Mr. Beukas has 
taken over as theater director, the following plays have 
been produced: 




1965-1966 




1969-1970 


Twelve Angry 


Men 


Stalagl? 
Marat /Sade 


1966-1967 






Dumb Waiter 




1970-1971 


Zoo Story 




Queen of the Rebels 


Home of the B 


rave 


No Time for Sergeants 


1967-1968 




1971-1972 


Incident at Vic 


hey 


Child's Play 


Oliver 




Hamlet 


1968-1969 




1972-1973 


Billy Budd 




A Canticle for Leibowitz 


The Dwarfs 




The Fantasticks 


The Indian Wants the Bronx 






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CANTICLE 

FOR 
LEIBOWITZ 




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For centuries, sports have been considered one of the most necessary tools used to 
produce the whole man. To acquire a sense of actual living, the body, as well as the 
mind, must receive dynamic encouragement and involvement. Athletic skills employ 
both the stamina and exertion of the body, as well as the energy and concentration of 
the mind, in order to bring about the proper functioning of the individual. 

For students at Yeshiva, the Latin saying, "mens sana in corpora sano," a healthy 
mind in a healthy body, has acquired particular significance. We have come to under- 
stand that we are, after all, Jews living in a secular world. By being part of this secular 
world, even in such things as athletic competition, we can better assert our unique- 
ness as the possessors of the rich and vibrant heritage of Judaism, Pride in our 
uniqueness can only be strengthened by the attainment of equality with others . 

Unfortunately, years of administration neglect have severely frustrated attempts 
by YU jocks to achieve a sence of physical equality with their secular' counterparts. 
To some, this may not be very disturbing. But to those of us who view athletic com- 
petition not only as a persona! struggle against a worthy opponent, but also as a bat- 
tle in defense of who we are and what we stand for, it is very disturbing. 

The occassional win collected by our Basketball, Fencing, or Wrestling Teams, is 
just enough to remind us that if we keep trying, we can win; that even when talent, 
speed, equipment, and practice are lacking, guts may be enough to carry us through, 
But all to often, even that is not enough. 



BASKETBALL 




The rag-tag Basketball Team is a perfect example of a team dying of neglect. Year af- 
ter year, the team has had to contend with ill-fitting uniforms, no home gym to practice 
or play in, and an impossible schedule against superior opponents. But until this year, 
there was always at least one 'superstar' who would help the team capture at least a few 
respectable victories a year. This year, there were no superstars. Still, co-captains Chuck 
Levner and Joel Rich, along with Dave Wilzig, Albie Faber, Ira Shraga, and big Paul Mer- 
lis, accomplished under the leadership of Coach Hal pert, what many have considered a 
"Mission Impossible;" they won 3 games. But they also dropped 15, and that is a hell of 
a morale crusher; it also does wonders for the team's reputation, and the reputation of 
the school. 






bottom, 1. to r.: dov cohen, jimmy haber, morris marn, dave wilzig, albie 
i^aber, jack shaknow — manager, top, I. to r.: Jonathan halpert — coach, ira 
schraga, mendy goldfinger, paul merlis, Joel rich — capt., josh bertram, dave 
berens, Steve reisbaum — manager, not shown; chuck levner — capt., bruce 
wenig. 





TEAM RECORD 




YU 




OPPONENT 


61 


Pace 


78 


60 


Drew 


67 


56 


Jersey City St. 


85 


54 


Hunter 


65 


39 


Brooklyn 


70 


68 


Pratt 


63 


60 


NY Tech 


78 


79 


New Paltz 


76 


38 
62 


Adelphi 
Dominican 


78 
70 


44 


Lehman 


, 76 


52 


York 


59 


45 


Kingspoint 


82 


64 


Cathedral 


65 


47 


Queens 


79 


56 


Stoney Brook 


76 


104 


St. Thomas Aquinas 


90 


68 


Marist 
WON -3 LOST -15 


107 







WRESTLING 




The fact that the Wresthng Team 
fared better was not due so much to 
skill as it was to guts and determination. 
As coach of the Wrestling Team, Neil 
Ellman has pounded his own brand of 
no-quit guts into each and every wres- 
tler. Co-captains Lenny Press and Reu- 
ben Koolyk, consistantly demonstrated 
to their teammates what was expected 
of them, and the team quickly caught 
on. Soon, the Wrestling Team became 
the talk of the YU athletic scene, and 
scores of enthusiastic fans attended 
home matches to cheer their heroes on. 
The historic victory over the tough City 
College squad, was the product of Neil 
Ellman's coaching abilities, the individ- 
ual wrestler's drive, and the crowds 
electrifying cheers of encouragement. 
The Wrestling Team was often able to 
put it all together, and finished the year 
with a respectable record of 7 wins and 
5 losses. 




But too much optimism for 
the future of the Wresthng 
Team would be fool-hardy. 
With the loss of seniors Lenny 
Press, Reuben Koolyk, Steve 
Edell, and Avi Terry, one has 
to wonder about next year, and 
the year after. The coaching is 
there, and so is the home gym. 
But with the physical educa- 
tion requirement of YU cut to 
the bear minimum of one year, 
it is doubtful that as many stu- 
dents as in earlier years will be 
willing to expend the time, ef- 
fort, and determination, neces- 
sary to become successful 
wrestlers . . . Perhaps these 
doubts are unwarranted, per- 
haps not. As the cliche goes, 
only time will tell. 




standing left to right: s. palgon, a. mansdorf (mgr.), 1. press (capt.). r- koolyk (capt), d. teaman, I. eisenberg (mgr), n. ellman (coach). 
kneeling left to right: p. fuchs, n. schwitzer, r. schmukler, n. kline, s. edell, s. meyer, p. Schwartz, missing: m. ruchelsman, a. terry. 





The many years of admin- 
istration neglect has finally 
left its mark on YU's win- 
ningest team, the Fencing 
Team. This is best indicated 
by the sub-par 3-6 record 
collected by the team this 
year. 

But this record is not in- 
dicative of what the team had 
to contend with. Added to 
the usual problems of poor 
and insufficient equipment, 
was the injury of Captain 
Joel Baum in the first bout of 
the first match of the year. 

But even more important, 
Yeshiva had to compete 
against colleges that had re- 
cruited high school fencers 
on scholarship. Coaches 
Tauber and Marcel, both ex- 
tremely qualified as coaches, 
are required to take freshmen 
who never even saw a foil, 
epee, or sabre, let alone know 
how to use one, and mold 
them into skillful fencers by 
the time they are juniors . 





Yeshiva fencers are good; 
some are even talented. The 
coaching is excellent, and the 
facilities are at least satisfac- 
tory. But unless YU begins 
to match recruitment strides 
with other colleges, one can 
only wonder when the Fenc- 
ing Team will once again live 
up to its reputation as YU's 
winningest team. 

This year, four of the 
team's steadfast starters, Joel 
Baum, Bob Benedek, Sid 
Rosman, and Neil Wein- 
traub, graduated. Who will 
fill the slack, or whether it 
will be filled at all, is yet to be 
determined. 

What is clear, is that the 
winning formula for the 
Fencing Team must be redis- 
covered quickly. Otherwise, 
the team will suffer a slow 
and agonizing death at the 
hands of mediocrity. 



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TEAM RECORD 


YU 


OPPONENT 


L 


St. Peters W 


L 
L 
L 

W 


Brooklyn W 
Farleigh Dickinson W 
Jersey City St. W 
Drew L 


L 
L 


Brooklyn Poly W 
Marist W 


W 


Baruch L 


W 


Pratt WM L 




WON -3 LOST -6 


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fried, w. greenberg, coach tauber, coach marcel, h. peters, m. denenberg, a. guy, m. hirsh, e. goldner, b. white, f. schulman. 




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The class of '73 . . . It is a class of three 4.0's along 
with a huge supporting cast of summas. It is a class 
that boasts nine acceptances to various graduate pro- 
grams at Harvard. It is a class that almost made the 
Dean's List Luncheon look like the Senior Dinner. It is 
a class, some say, that has captured intramural crowns 
by spending off-nights at Belfer computing the precise 
angles and arcs necessary for perfect bank-in shots. 

But more than all this, the class of '73 is 242 individ- 
uals. 242 individuals who attend three different Jewish 
Studies Divisions and have 242 different views of how 
religion should or does affect their lives. 242 individu- 
als who think different thoughts, laugh at different 
jokes, play different games, are intrigued by different 
phenomena and who plan different futures. 242 indi- 
viduals who are destined to assume leading roles as 
rabbis, teachers, physicians, psychologists, lawyers, 
businessmen,, accountants, physicits, biochemists and 
social workers; each one determined to make his own 
impression upon the sediment of society . 

Some of us have matured and mellowed during our 
years at YU; others among us have regressed and been 
stunted. Some of us have grown hair long enough to 
classify us as hippie-freaks; others among us wear 
tzitzis that dangle out of our pants long enough to 
classify us as f rummie-f anatics . 

These 242 individuals managed to stay in YU long 





inextricable mass distinguishable from others just as 
each individual within the mass differs from the other. 
But we have come to YU as individuals and we have 
departed as individuals. Outside of neo phytic friend- 
ships that have yet to stand the test of time, there is no 
human bond that unites us as one. 
Some may claim that the failure of the class of '73 to 
become 'one happy family' is a weakness in the struc- 
ture of YU. I say, that unintentionally, it is YU's great- 
est strength. For there is no one way to live life, and 
there is no one way to love G-d. Man does not exist to 
be as indistinguishable as a drop of water in the ocean; 
rather he exists to be as singular as a raincloud in a 
blue sky. He must do what 'he' wants to do, believe 
what 'he' has come to trust. 
Conformity does not imply that one must surrender 
his individuality to society, that he must melt into the 
mass. Rather, it implies that one must add his 'own' 
contributions to the benefit of society. If there are 
those among us who have not found YU a unique edu- 
cational experience, we all have at least learned the 
value of our own uniqueness . 
Masmid '73 is a reflection of all that has contributed to 
make the YU experience for the individuals of the class 
of '73, lest we forget. For if we forget who we are and 
why we are so, then we have forgotton all there is to 

know. 






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Through the years, Yeshiva's goal has been 
to introduce its students both to the complex- 
ities of Western intellectual thought, and to 
the subtleties of traditional Jewish teachings. 
It was hoped that the student would be able 
to forge a synthesis of these two traditions, 
and thus be better prepared to face the pres- 
sures and stresses of twentieth century life 
with equanimity and purpose. 

So much for the goal of Yeshiva. For al- 
though it is a noble goal, and at the same 
time, a goal which may have been attained by 
many students, it refers only to an aspired 
end product. But we have spent four years of 
our lives at Yeshiva; four years of fulfillment, 
frustration, enlightenment, and education. It 
is rather a synthesis of all that transpired 
during these four years that has made us 
what we are today, and in a large sense, what 
we will be tomorrow. 



Somfe of us sought knowledge, others sought 
^ades, and still others sought nothing. In this 
|e, Yeshiva has been to us just what we want- 
Id to make of it. Knowledge was the priceless 
podity offered to us: it was for us to accept it 

or reject it. 




sy between the sometimes unyielding traditional- 
ism of their Jewish Studies instructors and the lib- 
eral rationalism of their college professors. Here, 
synthesis desynthesized. 





Seeking escape from the problems of syn- 
thesis, and seeking relief from a constant bar- 
rage of exams, students discovered satisfying 
modes of self-expression. Some students 
sharpened their cultural and esthetic tastes 
by participating in such activities as chess 
meets, concerts, and cultural exhibits. Oth- 
ers, dulled their minds by concentrating on 
physical activity, or by planting themselves, 
automaton-like, in front of the first available 
tv set. 

In any case, it was soon discovered that 
one could hardly be expected to maintain his 
sanity in such a high-pressured mini-cosmos 
as YU, without finding, or if necessary, creat- 
ing, satisfying diversions. 





The many problems and 
pressures posed by college life, 
and particularly by college life 
at Yeshiva, also kindled within 
us the desire to know and to 
understand ourselves. But we 
found this Aristotalean ideal 
too difficult to attain simply by 
our own introspection. 





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seeking a greater 
understanding of 
ourselves . . 
we sought to 
understand others. 



As the semesters slowly pas- 
sed, we learned that our impor- 
tance as individuals was some- 
times best expressed by our 
involvement in the joys and 
sorrows, as well as the comfort 
and anguish of those, for whom 
we felt a special bond of unity. 
The key to our own individual 
importance, was togetherness. 
And so, we celebrated togeth- 
er, and we demonstrated 
together. 








Our ties to Eretz Yisroel 
strengthened with each passing 
day. Many of us even spent a 
whole year of study in the Land 
of Milk and Honey. 

Golda visited our campus, 
and brought us blessings from 
Eretz Yisroel, and an entire po- 
lice department from New York 
City. 




Israel Independence Day at Yeshiva University was a 

truly beautiful experience. All day long, we sang, danced, 

and prayed. The songs were songs of joy, the dances were 

dances of freedon\, and the prayers were prayers for peace. 

And so, while discovering who we are as individuals, we 

were discovering who we are as a people. 




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realized that our diversions had actually become our 
main interests in life. Yet, sometime between our in- 
volvement in diversions and our search to know and 
understand ourselves, we managed to find the time to 
return to the nitty-gritty of college life, schoolwork; or 
to be more precise, tests, quizzes, essays, papers, and 
lab reports. Certainly, at Yeshiva, studying was a way 
of life, or perhaps more accurately, a necessity of life, 

for many students. 






Finally, we saw "the light at the end of 

the tunnel." Stocked with a fresh supply 

of no-doz pills, and ground roast coffee 

without the grounds to wash them down, 

we braced ourselves for a last semester of 

extreme physical and mental exertion. 

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and we wish you a well deserved 
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upon his graduation 

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IRA 

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and the class of 73 

from 

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and his fellow graduates of 1973. 

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and best wishes for 


DIRSHU DANNY 


the future. 




Dr. and Mrs. Harry Blumen 


Congratulations to 






To 


LESTER 






ALAN 


and the class of '73 






Best Wishes and Mazel Tov 


Mom and Dad 


on your graduation 


Grandpa Kirshenbaum 




Grandma Bucksbaum 


Mom, Dad, Amy, Grandpa 


Beth and David 






The Class of '73 

LEONARD HIRSH 



Congratulations 



MARVIN 



on his graduation 

Mom, Dad 
Rena, Sheldon 



Congratulations and best wishes to 



HAROLD GORDON 



upon his graduation 

Dr. and Mrs. Yale Gordon 
Justin, Sandy and Barry 



Best Wishes to 

DAVID 



and his classmates 
of June 1973 



Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer 
and Family, White Plains, N.Y. 



TO STANLEY 

Congratulations 
on your graduation 

From the Family 


Mazel Tov to 

BERNICE 
and 

KENNY 

on their forthcoming marriage 

Mr. and Mrs. 
Marvin Fradkin 


BEN MILLER AND HAROLD SKLOVER 

FRIENDS OF 

BARRY FREUNDEL 


Congratulations to 

STUIE 

and the class of '73 

Mom and Dad 

Grandma Feintuch 

Grandma Solomon 

Helen and Howie 

Renae 
Debbie and Elyse 



To 

MARTIN EHRENBERG 

Mazel Tov on your graduation from 

college and your forthcoming 

marriage to Esther, and good luck 

at John Hopkins Medical School. 

Love 

Dad, Michael, Miriam, Jonathan 

Myles and of course Esther and 

the Ben-Ari Family 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

RICHARD CITRON 

from 

Mom and Dad 

Fay and Gabriel 

Chaim, Shterna 

and Naftali 


To 

ALAN CHANALES 

With all our love and 

Best Wishes for the 

future 

Mom, Dad and Sheldon 


In honor of 

ABBEY 

upon his graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Berkowitz 
Robin and Bonnie 



TO 




BERNARD WELT 


Mazel Tov 
to 




our dear son 


Mazel Tov, Love and Best Wishes for 


DOV 


continued success and happiness 


Mom, Dad, Regina, 




Francine and Ira 


Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Weitman 


plus Nephew Joshua Ari 




Congratulations 




to 




Our cousin 






COMPLIMENTS 


MICHAEL 






of 


on his graduation 


Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Sreter 


Dr. and Mrs. Heller, Chaim and 




Diana 







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Mazel Tov to our son and brother 


'^\hi^ ^/c lnH<^? 


IRA 


^P";i^\ p'^lrs'lc s)Q'e"'?i 


on his graduation. May G-d bless 
you in all your future endeavors. 

Mom, Dad, Lisa and Arnold 








EASTOURS' SCHOLASTIC 




JOURNEYS 




salutes 

The Youth of Israel 

on the 

25th Anniversary of the 

State of Israel 

1948-1973 

and cordially invites you, the Yeshiva 

youth of An\erica, to come join in 

the yearlong festivities. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

HOTEL LATHAM 


Eastours Scholastic Journeys 

1140 Avenue of the Americas 

New York, N.Y, 10036 

Tel. (212) 490-2040 





ROYAL FOOD 






A FRIEND OF 


DISTRIBUTORS, 






MASMID '73 


INC. 






Compliments of 


Max and Irma Kelson 


The Central Jersey Bank 


504 Parker Avenue, 


and Trust Company 


Deal, New Jersey 






Freehold, New Jersey 



Mazel Tov to our 




son 




STEVEN 


Mazel Tov to 




IVAN 


on his graduation. Best 




of luck in your chosen 


BRICK 


profession. 




Mom and Dad 




Best Wishes to the Class of 1973 






May G-d grant Health, Happiness 


Compliments of 


and Success to our son 


HAMEVASER 


EDWARD ROY 




BURNS 


Student Publication of Yeshiva 




University Jewish Studies Divisions 






and his fellow graduates 


ISRAEL DAVID BENEDEK 




Editor-in-Chief 


Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Burns 







Mazel Tov to our son 

HARVEY 

on his graduation, 
from 

Mom, Dad, Adina, Steven, 
Guilla, Tara 


Compliments of 

D&H EGG CO., INC. 
T/A PINE BELT EGGS 

2nd St. and Monmouth Ave. 
Lakewood, N.J. 08701 

201-363-2121 212-267-5725 


W\|10R ft' Life, Health, Group Insurance, 
^^^^^w^ Annuities, Pension Plans 

LEONARD PORT 

SPECIAL AGENT 

LIFE MEMBER MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE 

NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD 

60 NORTH MYRTLE AVE. 

SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK 

(212)568-0500 

(914)352-3110 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. 


Friends of 
BARRY FRUENDEL 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

HENRY J. SPENCER 

from 

Mother, Father, Lizzy and Tiny 



A 



Mazel Tov and continued success 
to my grandson 

JOEL 

from Grandpa Schindel 


Mazel Tov 

and Brocho to our 

son 

MOSHE ZEV SCHIFFMILLER 

for a very successful future. Our 
pride is boundless. 

Love, Mom and Dad, Richie and Howie 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MOSHE ZEV 

from 
Mom, Dad, Richie and Howie 


Mom, Dad, and Lainey wish 
SAMMY ROSEMAN 

Mazel Tov and all the very best in 
the future 


BLUE 

BUNNY 


Best Wishes to 

JOEL AND BARBARA 

From 
The Rich Family 


To Mom and Dad 
Love 

HOWIE 


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Congratulations to our nephew 

THEODORE MIRVIS 

Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lazan 
Bay Harbor Island, Florida 


Congratulations to our nephew 

THEODORE MIRVIS HLS '76 

Mr. and Mrs. Kieve Sear 


In honor of our son 

TED 

Rabbi and Mrs. Allan Mirvis 


MazelTov to 

LARRY LOCKERMAN 

FROM 
Bont Provision Corporation 


M & M Spier Painting Corp. 

Congratulates 

HOWARD LORCH 

upon his graduation 


Mazel Tov to 

ASHER LEEDER 

Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Zilberg '67 
and Family 


Congratr.lations to 

LENNY 

and his classmates, 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenblum 


(212)-633-3098 (212)-268-6301 

MIZMOR SHIR ORCHESTRA 

Specializing in Jewish Music 

Paul Glasser 
68-16 136 Street Flushing, N.Y. 



In honor of the marriage of 

LENNY DAVIS 

to 
SHELLIE BLACK 

Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Davis 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

ABE 

and his classmates for a successful 
future. 

Judy and David Carmel 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

ABE ("THE DUKE") CARMEL 

For success in all your future 
endeavors. 

Ben and Toby Gutwill 


Congratulations to our son upon 
his graduation. 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron P. Benkovitz 
and son Leon 


Congratulations to 

CHAIM ANFANG 

and the class of '73 


Congratulations to 

LOUIS ARFE 

from a friend 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

MARC A. AARONSON 

May he continue to be a source of 
pride and joy to his family. 

Grandma and Grandpa Schwartz 


Compliments of 
CARVEL STORE no. 324 

505 w. 181 St. 
New York, N.Y. 



Orange Refrigeration and 
Air Conditioning Company 



67 Bedford St. 

East Orange, New Jersey 

674-0577 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
our Dear Son and Brother 



MARC ALAN 

on his graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. David Aaronson 
Iris and Michael Sharon 



1776 BROADWAY/ N:Y. 10019 /JU 6-4600 



FEDERATED 
BROKERAGE 
GROUP 



Compliments of 
BOCHNER AND MEYERSON P.C. 

Certified Public Accountant 

525 Northern Blvd. 
Great Neck, N.Y. 



Compliments of 
I. William Garfield 

Attorney at Law 

299 Broadway 
New York, N.Y. 10007 



Compliments of 
I. Friedman Dress Accessories 



152 W. 36th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10018 



CANAL 0-5708 



DIRECTION: F TRAIN 
TO EAST B'WAY ST, 



Reliance Travel Services Inc. 

510 Madison Avenue 

New York, N.Y. 10022 

Telephone 421-7570 

Specialists in travel to Israel, 
Miami, Caribbean and the world over 



astern 

mSILVER COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

STERLING SILVER HOLLOWARE 



AGELBSTEIN 



54 CANAL STREET 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 10002 



Compliments: 

MANUFACTURERS REALITY CO. 


Compliments of 
SIDNEY SCHARFSTEIN 


SKIN CARE CENTER 

European method of general skin care 

Scientific facial with ozone-mist 

Treatment of acne blemishes and Pimples 

Special Teenage department 

2347 Brookhaven Avenue 
Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691 


BEST BUYS ARE IN "TOWNE" 

OpenMon. &Fri. 10-8 

Tues.&Thur. 10-7 

Wed. & Sat. 10-6 

Jowne furniture 

LIVING ROOM - BEDROOM - DINING ROOM FURNITURE 
TEENAGE GROUPINGS • BEDDING SPECIAIIST • CONVERTIBLES 

623 BEACH 20 STREET KARL KESCHNER 
(Central Avenue) Decorator-Salesman 
FAR ROCKAWAY, N.Y. (121)337-6779 


Day & Night Daytime 
435-5749 435-5742 


MOORE BROS. 

Wholesale Meats Incorporated 


Congratulations to the Class of 1973 

ALPHA DELTA EPSILON 

New York Zeta Chapter 


Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arnowitz 


Best Wishes to 

IRA 

Willy and Bea Bauman 
Mark Bauman 



Compliments of 

LETTICK TYPOGRAPHIC, INC. 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 


MR. and MRS. PAUL LEHRFELD 


MRS. RUTH ROME 


ARTHUR I. BERLINER 


SKY PLEATING CORPORATION 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SENIOR CLASS, 
FROM A FRIEND 


HOD CARMEL KOSHER PROV. CO. 


WASHINGTON WALLPAPER CO., INC. 


MR. AND MRS. MARTY SHAPIRO 
MR. AND MRS. REGGIE VECCHIONE 


ORIGINAL CONSUMERS OIL HEATING 
CORP. 


BERNARD L. MILLER 


MAZEL TOY TO RONALD BERGER 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berger, Renee 
and Marshall 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

LARRY 

from Mother and Harvey 


Congratulations to 

LARRY 

The Fuchs Family 


MazelTovlu 

ALLAN CHERNIKOFF 

Mom, Dad and family 


Congratulations to 

JOEL FRUCHTER 

From Uncle Harry and Aunt Anne 



Congratul.itions and Best Wishes to 

JOEL 

from Mom and Dad 


Congr.iliilations lu 

JOEL FRUCHTER 

Mrs. Rebecca Sorgen 
Mrs. Bella Sandman 


Mazel Tov to 

JONATHAN GOLDSTEIN 


Congregation Olam Tikvah congratulates 

ELISHA C. KLIRS 


Congratulations to 

LARRY LOCKERMAN 


Mazel Tov to 

HOWARD LORCH 

on his graduation. 
Mrs. Rose Lorch 


LEONARD HIRSH 


Compliments of 

JULIUS YOUNG 


InMemorvof 

JAKE WEINTRAUB 

by his family 


MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL SWINKIN 

Bridgeport, Conn. 


To 

MOSHE SCHNALL 

Mr. and Mrs. Schnall 


MR. AND MRS. H. SCHNEIDER 


Congratulations to 

JOEL SCHINDEL 

Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Siiberner 


Mazel Tov to Tuvia and 

the whole class of '73 


Congratulations on your graduation 

DAVID 


7& TftafUewoad VtOKor. 



MazelTov to 

FRED 

the Pruslin Family 



MIKE LIEDER 



STEVE FESSEL 



MazelTov to 

BENNY 

from your Parents, Brother 
and Sister 



Best Wishes to IRA BAUMAN 

To Larry: U. R. X. T. C. & ILU. Susan 

Congratulations to Joel Fruchter 

To Elisha YAMRS. GF. WAB. T. LYA 

Samuel Teiter 

Congratulations to David Safar 

Mazel Tov to David Safar 

Lynne Berliner 

Tasty Pastry Corporation 

Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Roth 

The Savin Fuel Company 

Benno Zimmet 

Anonymous 

Congratulations to Jeff; the Gross's 

Best of luck to us all; Alan Lichtbroun 



THE SINGERS 
Mazel Tov to Allan Chernikoff 
Rabbi & Mrs. Klirs 
Congratulations to Larry Lockerman 
Irving Rozwide 

Congratulations to David Safar 
Mazel Tov to Tuvia Rister 
Congratulations to Neal Levy 
Compliments of Elly Von Halle 
Compliments of TOV MEOD 
Dr. and Mrs. Sholom Krumbein 
Congregation Chovovei Torah 
Kissena Kosher Meat Mart Inc. 
Congratulations to Jeff; Bubby Bookman 



Best wishes to 

the class of 1973 

from 



Azriel Feiner, CLU class of '61 

and 
Arnie Waldman, class of '72 



Insurance consultants 



478-6500 



Do not separate yourselves from the community, and do 
not be sure of yourself till the day you die, and do not 
judge your neighbor until you have been put in his place. 



SHALOM, 



CHARMING GIRL COAT LTD 



ERNA MICHAEL COLLEGE 
STUDENT COUNCIL 

CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 73 

DAVID ZWILLENBERG 

president 

JOSH MILLER HYMIE SASSON 

vice-president sec'y-treasurer 



The Erna Michael College Student Council has purchased the following 
four pages to honor its graduates and faculty. 



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Nir Editor 




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ERNA MICHAEL COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL 





Senior Directory 



Aaronson, Marc 4 Barbara La. Monsey, NY. 10952 

Adler, Joseph 1039 55 St. Bkqn, NY 11219 

Alexander, Martin 59 Palisade Rd. Elizabeth, N] 0720S 

Anfang, Chaim 16 Woodside Rd. Springfield, NJ 

Angstreich, Roy 1516 Adele Ct. Elmont, NY 

Arfe, Louis 473 FDR Dr. New York, NY 10002 

Arnowitz, Edward Grasty Rd. RFD 7 Pikesville, Md. 21208 

Axelrod, Michael 66 West 94 St. New York, NY 10025 

Bach, Maurice 8333 Algon Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. 19152 

Baum, Joel 21 Suzanne Dr. Monsey, NY 10952 

Bauman, Ira 418 Jones Rd. Englewood, NJ 07631 

Bedell, Gary 56-47 208 St. Bayside, NY 11364 

Bejell, Ira 277 Bernard Terr. Hillside, NJ 

Benedek, Robert 214 Beach 32 St. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Benkovitz, Michael 13o Shavmut St. Chelsea, Mass. 02150 

Berger, Ronald 221 Fayette Blvd. Syracuse, NY 13224 

Berkowitz, Abbey 3480 Sheridan Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. 

Berkowitz, Leo ^7 West Walnut St. Long Beach, NY 11561 

Bernstein, Larry 5100 15 Ave. Bklyn, NY 11219 

Bloch, Sana 900-6 Co-op City Blvd. Bronx, NY 10475 

Block, Harvey 189 Moore Ave. Leonia, NJ 

Blumberg, Andrew 259 Commonwealth Ave. Spfld, Md. 01108 

Bookman, Jeff 1000 Monmouth Ave. Lakewood, NJ 08701 

Borg, Solomon 1611 50 St. Bklyn, NY 11219 

Brick, Ivan 3119 Nostrand Ave. Bklyn. NY 11229 

Brill, Steven 1695 East 21 St. New York, NY 

Buchbinder, Jacob 2069 82 St. Bklyn, NY 11214 

Burns, Edward 1558 Mace Ave. Bronx, NY 10469 

Carmel, Abraham 488 E. 29 St. Paterson, NJ 07514 

Chaitovsky, Myron 2466 78 Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. 19150 

Chanales, Alan 1942 Bogart Ave. Bronx, NY 104e2 

Chernikoff Allan 8 Cinnamon Circle Randallstown, Md. (Apt lA) 

Cheslow, Alvin 9 Paley PI. Edison, NJ 08817 

Citron, Richard 2897 De Witt PI, Bronx, NY 10469 

Cohn, ira 108-24 66 Ave. Forest Hills, NY 11375 

Dachs, Harvey 135-03 Union Turnpike Flushing, NY 11367 

Davis.Leonard 7811 13 St. NW Washington DC 200122 

Davis, Samuel 919 Lanett Ave. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Davis, Zev 3152 N. Pine Grove Ave. Chicago, 111. 

Diamond, Eliezer 718 Lincoln Blvd. Long Beach, NY 

Diamond, Robert 1789 Manor Dr. Irvington, NJ 07111 

Dicken,Alan 77-01 169 St. Flushmg, NY 11366 

Dreyfus, Laurence 1006 Kingston Rd. Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 

Eckstein, Yechiel 171 Daly Ave. Ottawa, Canada 

Edell, Steven 104-27 117 St. S. Richmond Hill, NY 11419 

Ehrenberg, Martin 1723 E. 14 St. Bklyn, NY 11229 

Eichenbaum, Robert 3124 Benjamin Rd, Oceanside, NY 11572 

Eisenman, Joel 48 Highview Rd. Monsey, NY 10952 

Elbaum, Harry 12421 Flatlands Ave. Bklyn, NY 11208 

Ettlinger, Ben 4 So. Pinehurst Ave. New York, NY 10033 

Feinerman, Elliot 508 Hichsville Rd. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Feintuch, Stuart 2014 80 St. Bklyn, NY 11214 

Feuer, David 3425 Lindbergh Ave. Oceanside, NY 11572 

Finkeistein, Howard 1221 42 St. Bklyn, NY 

Fradkin, Kenneth 699 W. 239 St. Bronx, NY 10463 

Frank, Dennis 19-05 Jordon Rd. Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 

Fredman, Rapha 865 Wilner Dr. University City, Mo. 63130 

Freidson, Michael 109 Fifth Ave. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 

Freilich, Abraham 562 Cedar Hill Rd. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Freilich, Ary 138 Graham St. Gardner, Mass. 

Freudenberger, Joel 147 Sumter St. Providence, RI 

Freundel, Bernard 2102 74 St. Bklyn, NY 11204 

Frohlinger, Brian 20 Homeland St. Fairfield, Conn. 06604 

Fruchter,Joel 520 Crown St. Bklyn, NY 

ruchs, Menachem 860 51 St. Bklyn, NY 11220 

Furst, Laurence 31-20 36 St. Astoria, NY 11106 

Gaerman, Moishe 65 Avenue D New York, NY 1009 

Glasser, Paul 68-16 136 St. Flushing, NY 11367 

Goldberg, Yitzhak 3 Pevzner St. Haifa, Israel 

Goldenhersh, Michael Bluff Rd. E. St. Louis, 111. 

Goldin, Stanley 529 Colonade Rd. West Hempstead, NY 11552 

Goldman, Martin 1928 Yates Ave. Bronx, NY 10461 

Goldsmith, Leonard 5 Carlton La. Monsey, NY 10952 

Goldstein, Jonathan 1100 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 

Goldstcm, Joseph 1615 East 24 St. Bklyn, NY 11229 

Goldstein, Marvin 1011 South End Woodmere, NY 11598 

Gordon, Harold 65 Griswold Dr. West Hartford, Conn. 06119 

Goro, Stephen 140-9 Dekruif PI. Bronx, NY 10475 

Grauer, David 32 Vermont Ave. White Plains, NY 10606 

Greenbium, Leonard 150-05 77 Rd. Flushing, NY 11367 



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Senior Directory 



Gross. Alan 
Grossman, Mark 
Gruenspechl. Robert 
Gulner, Shaul 
Guttman, Hcnr\' 
Haberman, Maurice 
Hahn. Jonathan 
Herman. Barrs- 
Hirsh. Leonard 
Hochman, Joel 
Horwitz, Joel 
Hoschander. Mordccha 
Itzkowitz. Marvin 
Jacobs. Philip 
Jacobson. Richard 
Jacobson. Shave 
Kalinsky. Alan 
Kaplan. Eliot 
Kerzer. Martin 
Kirshenbaum, Lester 
Klahr. Aryeh 
Klirs. Elisha 
Koolyk. Rueben 
Koslovve, Mark 
Landa. Robert 
Landes. Daniel 
Lauterbach. Jerr>- 
Leeder. .Asher 
Legman. Jerome 
Leider. Michael 
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Ross, David 40 Greenwood PI. Valley Stream, NY 11581 

Roth, Martin 4100-2 Hutchinson River Pkwy Bronx, NY 10475 

Rudowsky, Ira 55 Lenox Rd. Bklyn, NY 11226 

Rydzinski, Mayer 4711 S. Juneau St., Seattle, Wash. 

Safer, David 1539 Bond St. Hillside, NJ 07205 

Safran, Samuel 1206 55 St. Bklyn, NY 11219 

Schechter, Harold 870 E. 9 St. Bklyn, NY 

Schiffmiller, Martin 116 Lenox Rd. Bklyn, NY 11226 

Schindel, Joel 290 Richmond Ave. So. Orange, NJ 07079 

Schlangel, Leonard 341 Wagner Ave. Mamaroneck, NY 10543 

Schnall, Martin 20e5-A Ocean Pkwy Bklyn, NY 11223 

Schneider, Saul 29 Wiltshire Rd. Brighton, Mass. 02135 

Schoenfeld, Erwin 118-14 83 Ave. Kew Gardens, NY 11415 

Schreibman, Dore 145 Bellevue St. Elizabeth, NJ 07202 

Schwartz, Stuart 137-76 70 Rd. Kew Garden Hills, NY 11367 

Seidenwar, Michael 789 Astor Ave. Bronx, NY 10467 

Shrier, Kenneth 710 Frisco Ave. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Shulman, Yale 120 West 37 St. Bayonne, NJ 07002 

Singer, Elliott 1461 40 St. Bklyn, NY 11218 

Singer, Yehuda 50 CresthiU Rd. Yonkers, NY 10710 

Skolnik, Gerry 83 West 33 St. Bayonne, NJ 07002 

Smith, Michael 1031 Annapolis St. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Snow, Charles 1435 52 St. Bklyn, NY 11219 

Snow, Marvin 1525 East 10 St. Bklyn, NY 11230 

Sokoloff, Leonard 23 Watson Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07202 

Sokolowski, Israel 3319 Bedford Ave. Bklyn, NY 11210 

Sommer, Steven 64-59 210 St. Bayside, NY 11364 

Spencer, Henry 20 Ninth St. Providence, RI 02906 

Spiler, Zvi 1505 Leland Ave. Bronx, NY 10460 

Spirn, Larry 1219 Beach 12 St. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Sreter, Robert 270 Edwards Blvd. Long Beach, NY 11561 

Srulowitz, Sander 20 Jeffrey PI. Monsey, NY 10952 

Stamler, Menachem 4525 Livingston Ave. Bronx, NY 10471 

Stechler, Joseph 190 Marcey Ave. Bklyn, NY 11211 

Stein, Sigfried 2875 Sedgwick Ave. New York, NY 

Stern, Marc 1250 E. 229 St. Bronx, NY 10466 

Stramer, Chaim 50 Pearl St. Milford, Mass. 01757 

Sturm, Ira 774 Empire Ave. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Swinkin, Nahum 40 Dewhirst St. Bridgeport, Conn. 06606 

Tendler, Mordecai 4 Cloverdale, La. Monsey, NY 10952 

Terry, Avi 307 Peshine Ave. Newark, NJ 

Tewel, Jacob 18240 Indiana, Detroit, Mich. 48221 

Tilson, Morris 1600 John St. Fort Lee, NJ 07024 

Trencher, Sammy 773 East 2 St. Bklyn, NY 11218 

Vasas, Martin 3530 81 St. Jackson Hts. NY 11372 

Weberman, Avy 632 Cleveland Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07208 

Weintraub, Neil 7918 Amherst, St. Louis, Mo. 63130 

Weiss, Avi 5215 N. Sawyer Ave. Chicago, 111. 60625 

Weiss, David 70 Ballard Dr. West Hartford, Conn. 06119 

Weiss, Michael 149 East 88 St. Bklyn, NY 11236 

Weitman, Dov 143 White Meadow Rd. Rockaway, NJ 07866 

Welt, Bernard 79-34 260 St. Floral Park, NY 11004 

Wertentheil, Marvin 4803 Ave. K, Bklyn, NY 11234 

Widowsky, Jeffrey 820 Ocean Pkwy Bklyn, NY 11230 

Wildman, Daniel 44 Jewel St. Rochester, NY 14621 

Wohlgelernter, Daniel 620 Paxon-HoUow Rd. Broomall, Pa. 19008 

Wolpoe, Richard West Hartford, Conn. 

Wruble, Morris 91 Mason St. Exeter, Pa. 18643 

Wurzburger, Myron 1152 Sage St. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 

Yammer, Michael 530 Grand St. New York, NY 10002 

Zdanowitz, Joel 11 East 88 St. Bklyn, NY 11236 

Zelcer, Harry 504 Fifth St. Lakewood, NJ 08701 

Zimmerman, David 1530 48 St. Bklyn, NY 11219 

Zorn, Steven 8309 Navahoe Dr. Silver Spring, Md. 

ZwiUenberg, David 194 Overlook Rd. New Rochelle, NY 10504 



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