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We came from Pittsburgh, 
Cleveland, Bangor, Seattle, 
Miami, Washington D.C., Haifa, 
Toronto, Beverly Hills and 
Brooklyn in order to experience 
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Speech and Drama YP 

Cultural Club 

Speech and Drama Club-Senior 

Advisoi 
Dramatics Society-Assistant Stage 

Manager 
YCSC-Secretary, Treasurer 
WYUR-Publicity Director, Program 

Director 
Dramatics Honor Society 
Soccer Team 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 
Dean's List 



Pre-Med EMC 
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ARNOLD F. CHESKIN 



LEO FRISCHMAN 



English JSS 

Tutoring Program 

Soviet Jewry Action Croup 



Speech and Drama YP 

WYUR 

Senior Class-Vice President 

Dramatics Society 

Dramatics Honor Society 

Chess Club 

Bowling Team-Captain 

Cafe Yeshiva 

Yolanda Benson tHonor Society 

Speech and Drama Club 

Student Council 



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ALAN GREENE 



Sociology EMC 

Basketball Team 

EMC Student Council-Vice 

President 
Sociology Club-Vice President 
Judge of Student Court 
Commentator-Assistant Sports 

Editor 
Financial Affair Commission- 
Chairman 



History EMC 

Pre-Law Honor Society-President 
EMC Student Court-Junior Justice 



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MARK SCHWARZ 



JOHN ANTHONY KRUG 



Speech and Drama JSS 

Speech and Drama Club 

Alpha Psi Omega Honor Society 

Dramatics Society 

Canvassing Committee-Chairman 



Psychology/Speech and Drama YP 

Pre-Rabbinics Society-VP 

YC Dramatics Society-President 

Speech and Drama Club 

Alpha Psi Omega, National Drama 

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Psychology Club 
Dean's List 
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Speech and Drama jSS 

Dramatics Society 
Alpha Psi Omega Honor 

Society-President 
Canvassing Committee 



Pre-Med JSS 

Dramatics Society 

WYUR 

Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Med ical 

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Alpha Psi Omega National 

Honorary Dramatic Fraternity 



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English JSS 

English Honor Society 

Valedictorian- JSS 

English Student-Facutly Advisor 



Mathematics EMC 
Fencing Team-Captain 



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LOUIS H. MILLER 



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Psychology EMC 

Dramatics Society 
Hockey 



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Psychology Club 
WYUR 



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MYRON BEER 



HOWIE WEITZMAN 



Pre-Med EMC 



Pre-Dental EMC 



Pre-Medical Honor Society- 
President, Treasurer 

Erna Michael College Student 
Council-Vice President 

Tempo-Technical Editor 



EMC Student Council-President, 

Secretary, Treasurer 
Basketball Team-Manager 
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Economics JSS 

MASMID-Business Manager 

J.S.S.S.C. 

Senior Dinner-Chairman 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 

Jewish Affairs Committee 



Pre-Med EMC 

Jewish Affairs Committee 
Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical 

Honor Society 
Soccer Team 
Hamevaser-Circulation Staff 



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HOWARD S. WOLK 



DAVID MILLER 



Jewish Studies EMC 

Jewish Affairs Committtee 
Commentator-Business Staff 
Senior Dinner-Co-chairman 



History YP 

Hamevaser-Business Manager 

Hockey Team 

WYUR 



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MARCUS HANFLING 



BARRY KOCHANOWITZ 



Chemistry YP 

Chemistry Club-Vice President 

MASMID-Business Manager 

Jewish Affairs-Chairman 

Senior Dinner-Co-chairman 

WYUR 

YCSC-Vice President 



Math YP 

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Math Club 

Hamevaser -Production Editor, 
Typing Staff 



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LEONARD KANAREK 



SIMEON VOGEL 



Jewish Studies EMC 

Jewish Studies Society 
B.M.T. Club 



History EMC 

Wrestling Team 
Commentator 



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Political Science YP 

Political Science Departmental 

Assistant 
Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Cultural Club 
Political Science Club 
Dean's List 



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Pre-Medical Honor Society 

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Jewish Affairs Committee 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 

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Biology YP 

Student Court 

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Biology Club-President 



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CHARLES JOSHUA TOBIAS 



MARTIN COLD 



Economics YP 



History YP 



Basketball 
Commentator-Associate Sport 

Editor 
WYUR 

History Honor Society 
Dean's List 



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ALON STERN 



HERBERT SCHNEIDER 



Pre-Dental EMC 



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Pre-Medical Honor Society 
Soccer Team 



Pre-Medical Honor Society 
Swimming-Coordinator 
Hamashkif -Co-Editor 



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JOSH [SHOE] BERTRAM 

Economics YP 

Basketball Team 

Chief Justice of Student Court 



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Speech and Drama YP 

YCSC-Senior Class President 

Dramatics Society 

Speech and Drama Club-President 

Cultural Club 

Speech Department-Advisor 

S.O.Y. Representative 

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SID SLIVKO 



STANLEY HARTSTEIN 



Speech and Drama YP 

Dramatics Society, President 

Tempo- Art Editor 

Speech and Drama Club 

Alpha Psi Omega Honor Society 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 

Pre-Rabbinic Society-Vice President 

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Karate Club 
Bowling Team 



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Political Science YP 

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Dramatics Society-Publicity 
Fencing Team 

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Political Science Club- 
Vice-President 
YC Undergraduate Council 
Dean's List 



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Dramatics Society 
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HAROLD JOSEPH FRUCHTER 



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Psychology YP 

Fencing Team 

JSS Student Council -Secretary, 

Treasurer 
Dean's List 
Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges 



Pre-Med, P re-Dental YP, ]SS 

WYUR-Program Director, Publicity 

Director 
Student Court-Senior Justice 
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Dirshu 



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ABRAHAM HILLEL DACHMAN 



HAROLD JACOB 



Pre-Med EMC 

Fencing Team 
Neighborhood Youth Corps 
EMC Vice President 
Dean's List 
Pre-Medical Honor Society 



Pre-Med, Biology EMC 






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JEFF JOSEPH 



ABRAHAM H. BLANK 



Political Science YP 



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Cultural Club 

Bowling Team 

Student Court-Associate Justice 

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MASMID, Editor-in-Chief 
SOY, Vice-President 
Cultural Club, Chairman, Founder 
University Undergraduate Council, 

Secretary 
Tempo, Executive Editor 
Dramatics Society, Set Manager 
Dramatics Honor Society 
Senate Committee on Curriculum 

& Instruction 
Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges & Universities 
Cottesman Lecture Committee 

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JOSEPH B. BLANK 



MOSHAEL STRAUS 



P 're-Law YP 



Political Science YP 



MASMID, Editor-in-Chief 

Dean's List 

Political Science Departmental 

Assistant 
Cultural Club, Co-chairman 
Pi Camma Mu Honor Society 
Sigma Tau Delta 
English Honor Society 
Dramatics Society 
Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges & Universities 



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Political Science Departmental 

Assistant 
Student Cour' 
Cultural Club 
Political Science Club 
Pre-Law Society 
Dean's List 
Pi Gamma Mu 



Joseph 'Blank 



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SANDER LIPSCHITZ 



WILLIAM R. GREENBERG 



Pre-Med, Pre-Dental YP 

Wrestling Team 
Neighborhood Youth Corps 
Tempo Magazine-Executive Editor 



Pre-Med YP 

Fencing Team-Captain 

Dirshu 

YCSC-lntercity Projects Chairman 

Pre-Med Honor Society 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 



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ALAN DAVID LITWACK 



BARUCH TWERSKY 



Mathematics JSS 



Pre-Dental YP 



Hockey Team-Captain 
Swimming Instructor 



Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental Honor 
Society 

Head Waiter 

Hamevaser-Assistant to Editor-in- 
Chief 

YCSC-Secretary, Treasurer 

Gabbi of V. L(. Minyan 

Dean's List 



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Dirshu 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 

Commentator-Photo Staff 



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Pi Camma Mu Honor Society 
Bikur Cholim Committee 



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KEN MARK BLACKSTEIN 



STEVEN MANDEL 



Mathematics YP 

Math Honor Society-President 
Chess Club 
Cabbai for Y.U. 



Psychology JSS, YP 

WYUR-Music Director, Librarian 
Pre-Med Honor Society 
Neighborhood Youth Corps 
Dean's List 
Dirshu 



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PHILIP WEINBERGER 

Mathematics YP 

Hamevaser 
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Dean's List 



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Psychology YP 

Dirshu 

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Dormitory Committee-Chairman 
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J.S.S.S.C. 

Who's Who Among Students in 
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Psychology YP 



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Political Science YP 

JSS Student Council 

Hamevaser-Typing Staff 

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 



Pre-Med JSS 
Mekarev-Chairman 



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SHELDON S. TRAUBE 



SOLOMON KRUPKA 



P 're-Dental YP 

Hamevaser-Business Manager, 

Circulation Manager 
S.O.Y. Representative, Election 

Committee 



Biology YP 

Dirshu 

S.O.Y. 

Jewish Affairs Committee 

Hamevaser-News Editor 

Neighborhood Youth Corps 



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MARK ERIC URKOWITZ 



DANIEL YIGAL GORDON 



Jewish Studies YP 



Economics YP 



Jewish Studies Society-Vice 

President 
Pre-Rabbinic Society 
Yavneh 
Wrestling Team Manager 



Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Students Admissions Society 
hlamevaser-Business Staff 



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MITCHELL FLAUM 

Pre-Med JSS 



MARK MEISSNER 



Psychology YP 

Y.U. Hineni Chapter 
Psychology Club 
Psi Chi Honor Society 
Hamevaser 
S.O.Y. 

Dramatics Society 
Dean's List 

Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges 



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JOSEPH CHAIM ORBACH 



JONATHAN SKLAR 



Economics YP 



Mathematics YP 



Economics Club-President 
Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Economic Mind-Editor-in-Chief 
Student Financial Affairs 

Committee 
Student Discount Committee-Co- 
chairman 
Dean's List 



Be'er Yitzchak 

S.O.Y. Representative, Charity 
Drive Collector 



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Jonathan SJClar 



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JAY ORLINSKY 



Psychology EMC 

Hamevaser 

Commentator-Business Manager 
EMC Student Council-President 
Extemporaneous Speaking Contest 



Economics YP 

MASMID 

Jewish Affairs Committee 

Hamevaser 

Wrestling Team 



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SHAY A WEXLER 



Political Science YP 

Israel Emergency Fund Drive- 
Chairman 

Hamevaser 

Student Council Research and 
Advisory Committee- 

Tempo 



Political Science YP 

Hamevaser 

Tempo 

Pre-Rabbinic Society 

Political Science Club 

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 

Student Council 

Dean's List 



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ISRAEL C. GROSSMAN 



HAROLD WEISSLER 



Math YP 

S.O.Y.-Smicha Representative 
Track Club 
Tutoring Club 
Dean's List 



Physics YP 

Be 'er Yitzchak-Editor-in-Chief 

S.O.Y.-Vice President, Co-chairman 
Seforim Drive 

Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Society- 
President 

Halacha Bulletin-Editor-1973 



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IRWIN MORDECAI GROSS 



ARTHUR KATZ 



Chemistry YP 

S.O.Y. -President 
Chemistry Club 
Chess Club 
Hamevaser 



Physics YP 

S.O.Y. 
Sephorim Drive 



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LARRY JOEL FEDER 

Pre-Dental YP 

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Pre-Medical Honor Society 



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Psychology YP 

Psychology Club 
Psi Chi Honor Society 
Dormitory Council 
Hamevaser 



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History YP 



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MICHAEL SIGMOND KLEIN 



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Pre-Med, English JSS 

Tempo-Senior Editor 
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Honor Society 



English JSS 



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MICHAEL J. BLOOM 



ALAN KAUFMAN 



Pre-Med, French JSS 

JSS Student Council-President 
Tempo-Executive Editor, Feature 

Editor 
Pre-Medical Honor Society 
French Honor Society-President 



English, Classics YP 

Tempo 

Classics Honor Society 



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JOSEPH EPSTEIN 



NORMAN N. BLUMENTHAL 



Economics YP 

Hamevaser-Editor-in-Chief, 

Associate Editor 
MASMID 
Economics Club 
Phi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Dean's List 
Committee Chairman Bograi 

Yeshivot B'y Israel 



Psychology EMC 

Commentator-Editor-in-Chief 
Psi Chi Honor Society-Vice 
President 



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CHARLES [CHUCK] BERNSTEIN 



JOSHUA SCHWARTZ 



Pre-Engineering \P 

Commentator-News Staff, Research 

Editor 
Student Senator 



Jewish Studies EMC 

Commentator-Projects Editor 
Israel Correspondent 
Hamashkif-Research Editor 
Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 
Jewish Studies Honor Society 
Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges 
Dean's List 



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LAWRENCE KRAUT 



JUDAH LIFSCHITZ 



Pre-Med, Economics YP 

Economics Club 

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 

Basketball 

Dean's List 



Sociology YP 

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society- 
President 
Sociology Club-President 
Undergraduate Council 
Dean's List 



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ALEXANDER ZLOTNICK 



JAY MARTIN COHEN 



Psychology YP 



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Psi Chi Honor Society 
Psychology Club 
Jewish Studies Society 
YCSC-Polling Committee, 

Commuter Affairs 



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MARSHALL KEILSON 



ALLAN KAPLAN 



Pre-Med YP 

Pre-Medical Honor Society 
Basketball 
Riets Probation 
Dean's List 



Pre-Med JSS 

Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical 

Honor Society 
Commentator-Editor 
Curriculum Evaluation Committee 
Basketball Team 



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BERNARD KAMINETSKY 



Pre-Med YP 

Wresting Team-Head Manager 
P re-Medical Honor Society 
WYUR 



Pre-Med EMC 

YCSC 

EMC Student Faculty 
Research and Advisory Committee- 
Chairman 
Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society 



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MICHAEL KAABE 



BARRY FEINSTEIN 



Psychology JSS 

Tempo-Make-up Director, Assistant 
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Pre-Med JSS 

Youth Corps 
Psychology Club 



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BENJAMIN HORWITZ 



REYNOLD MONTAGUE STEIN 



Biology /Psychology JSS 

Kol Literary Magazine 
Tutor 



Pre-Med EMC 

MASMID 

Fencing Team 

Student Admissions Society 

EMC-Soph Class VP; Jr. Class 

President 
Cultural Club 
Dramatics Society 



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AARON R. MARGOLIS 



IRWIN HOWARD SCHRANZ 



Political Science EMC 

Pi Camma Mu Honor Society 
Jewish Studies Honor Society 
Political Science Club 



Pre-Med EMC 

Commentator-Projects Editor 
Fencing Team 
Pre-Medical Honor Society 
Dean's List 



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MITCHELL WOLF SON 



STEVEN L. WINTER 



Pre-Med EMC 



Psychology YP 

Tempo-Editor-in-Chief 
Commentator-Feature Staff 



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Speech and Drama EMC 



Pre-Med YP 



Speech and Drama Club-Vice 

President, Secretary 
Dramatics Society-Stage Manager 
Kol 73-Editorial Board 
Alpha Psi Omega National 

Honorary Dramatic Fraternity 



Pre-Medical Honor Society 
Chemistry Club 



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AVERY NEUMARK 



LYLE KAMLET 



Political Science YP 

Political Science Club 
Pre-Law Honor Society 
NCSY-Regional Director 
Dean's List 



Jewish Studies YP 

Jewish Studies Society 
Hamevaser-Feature Editor 



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Pre-Med, Bible EMC 

Commentator-Circulation Editor 
Tempo-Assistant Technical Editor 
Soccer Team 



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Psychology EMC 

Psychology Club 
Intramural Basketball 



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Math YP 
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History JSS 

Fencing Team 
Neighborhood Youth Corps 



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NORMAN AMSEL 



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Psychology EMC 

Basketball Team-Manager 
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Sociology YP 

Student Admissions Society- 
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Sociology Club-Secretary, Treasurer 
Commuter Committee-Chairman 



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History EMC 

Commentator-Circulation Editor 
Pre-Law Honor Society 
Intramural Swimming-Head 

Instructor 
Political Science Club 
Intramural Basketball 
Intramural Hockey 



History, English YP 

Pi Camma Mu Honor Society- 
Secretary, Treasurer 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Dean's List 



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Speech and Drama JSS 

WYUR-News Director 
Audio Visual Committee- 
Co-chairman 
Speech and Drama Club-President 
Hamevaser 
Cultural Club 
Dramatics Society 
Dean's List 



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)SS Sudent Council Representative 



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Commentator-Feature Editor 
Tay-Sachs Testing Committee 
Dean's List 
Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical 

Honor Society 
Who's Who Among Students in 

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Basketball -Chair man 
Balance Basketball Team 
Dean's List 



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Political Science YP 



Psychology YP 



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Psychology Club 
Scholastic Standing Committee 
Senate 

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YCSC-President, Secretary, 

Treasurer 
Wrestling Team-Captain 
Who's Who Among Students in 

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Political Science Club 



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Economics Club 
Psychology Club 
Hamevaser-Circulation Manager 
Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 



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Most of us gave four years to Yeshiva; 

You might want to remember some who didn't: 



Norman Ackerman 

Aaron Adler 

Harvey Anker 

Lewis Aron 

Marc Aron 

Azarya Berzon 

Alan Bresler 

Howard David 

Steven Edell 

Bryan Fox 

Howard Freiman 

Gary Frenkel 

Joseph F rid 'man 

Michael Friedson 

Yitzchak Gedalowitz 

Ivan Ginsberg 

Solomon Goldman 

Sam Goldring 

Jeffrey Green 

Arthur Greenberger 

Gabriel Grossberg 

Barry Gruber 

Armand Grunberger 

Ira Hartman 

Alan Herskowitz 

Brad Hill 

David Horowitz 

Jerry Kestenbaum 

Nachman Kimerling 

Nathan Kline 

Philip Konigsberg 

Michael Kramer 

Peter Langer 

William Leitman 

Phillip Lerner 

Jonathan Levy 

Hillel Lichtenstein 

Harold Lifshutz 

Lawrence Malitzky 

Saul Marcus 

Abraham Mittelman 

Stanley Mondrow 

Jeffrey Nadel 

Steven Neuman 

Eli Oster 

David Present 

David Raab 

Jay Rabinowitz 

Stephen Richmond 

Harry Schick 



Michael Sebag 

David Shapiro 

Joel Shulman 

Leonard Skoloff 

Bernard Sorscher 

August Spier 

Bonnim Tanzman 

Mordecai Tendler 

Leonard Waldman 

Walter Wasser 

Richard Waxman 

Jacob Weiss 

Stuart Wise 

Mitchell Wolfson 

Owen Wolkowitz 

Gerald Zahtz 



In September, 1970, while most of the freshmen had 

arrived at Yeshiva, David Raab was with his family aboard 

a TWA plane that had been hijacked by Arab terrorists 

and which was forced to land at Zaraka airport in Jordan. 

After finally spending a year with us, David turned down 

the Heights and became the first member of the Class of 

1974 to go on Aliya. 



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7. DR. HELMUT ADLER 

Professor, Psychology 

2. DR. CARL AUERBACH 

Assistant Professor 

3. DR. RALPH BEHRENDS 

Professor, Physics 

4. DR. RUTH BEVAN 

Associate' Prof., Political Science 

5. MR. HERBERT BIENSTOCK 

Visiting Lee., Economics 

6. MR. ZVULUN- CHARLOP 

Lecturer, History 

7. DR. MAURICE CHERNOWITZ 

Professor, Art 

8. DR. PAUL CONNOLLY 

Assoc. Prof., English 

9. DR. FREDERICK COOPER 

Asst. Prof., Physics 

10. MRS. IDA DOBKIN 

Instructor, Chemistry 

11. DR. DAVID FLEISHER 

Professor, English 

12. DR. GRAHAM FRYE 

Assoc. Prof., Physics 

13. DR. JONATHAN GINSBERG 

Asst. Prof., Mathematics 

14. DR. ABRAHAM HURWITZ 

Professor, Health Sciences 

15. DR. ARTHUR HYMAN 

Professor, Philosophy 

76. DR. LAUREL KEATING 

Assoc. Prof., Speech 

17. DR. SEYMOUR LAINOFF 

Professor, English 



18. DR. LEON LANDOVITZ 

Professor, Physics 

79. DR. EZRA LEVY 

Assoc. Prof., Chemistry 

20. DR. IRVING LINN 

Professor, English 

21. MR. HENRY MORGENSTEIN 

° Instructor, English 

22. DR. SIDNEY PLESKIN 

Professor, Psychology 

23. DR. YONA SABAR 

Asst. Prof., Hebrew 

24. DR. MOSES D. TENDLER 

Professor, Biology 

25. MR. PINCHAS WOLLMAN 

Instructor, Hebrew 

26. DR. ARTHUR WOODRUFF 

Assoc. Prof., Physics 





7. DR. SAMUEL BLACKMAN 
/Assoc. Prof., Chemistry 

2. DR. MOSHE CARMILLY 

Professor, Bible 

3. MR. NEIL ELLMAN 

Visiting Lee, H. Ed. 

4. DR. WILLIAM ETKIN 

Professor, Biology 

5. DR. MAYER FELDBLUM 

Professor, Talmudic Lit. 

6. MRS. LEAH GLASS 

Instructor, Sociology 

7. MR. JOSEPH GREENBLUM 

Instructor, Sociology 

8. DR. ELAZAR HURVITZ 

Assoc. Prof., Bible 

9. DR. MICHAEL KATZ 

/Assoc. Prof., Bible 

10. MR. THOMAS KNUDSEN 

Instructor, German 

11. DR. ELI M. LEVINE 

Professor, Chemistry 

12. DR. DAVID PLANK 

Asst. Prof., French 

13. DR. RALPH ROSENBERG 
Professor, German 

14. DR. SOL ROTH 

Vis. Asst. Prof., Philosophy 

15. DR. MORDKHE SCHACHTER 

Professor, Yiddish 
76. MR. MORRIS SILVERMAN 
Professor, History 

17. DR. ERNEST SIMON 

/Assoc. Prof., French 

18. DR. MANFRED WEIDHORN 

Professor, English 
79. DR. WALTER WURSBURGER 

Vis. Assoc. Prof., Philosophy 
20. MR. SOLOMON ZEIDES 

Assoc. Prof., Library 



\ 1. DR. ANTHONY BEUKAS 

Asst. Prof., Speech 

2. DR. ARASH BORMANSHINOV 

Vis. Asst. Prof., Russian 

3. DR. GERSHON CHURGIN 

Professor, Hebrew 

4. MR. DONALD DEITCH 

Director, Pollack Library 

5. DR. LOUIS H. FELDMAN 

Professor, Classics 

6. DR. LEOPOLD FLATTO 

Professor, Mathematics 

7. MR. ROBERT GOLDBERG 

Instructor, History 

8. DR. MICHAEL HECHT 

Asst. Prof., Poli. Sci. 

9. DR. PAULINE KRA 

Asst. Prof., French 

10. DR. HAY I M LEAF 
Professor, Hebrew 

11. DR. ARNOLD LEBOW 

Assoc. Prof., Mathematics 

12. DR. AARON LEVI NE 

Asst. Prof., Economics 



13. MR. JOSEPH LEVOVITZ 
Chemistry Labs 

14. MR. PEREZ POSEN 

Asst. Prof., Physics 

15. DR. ROBERT PUTZ 
Instructor, Mathematics 

16. DR. MOSHE REGUER 

/Assoc. Prof., Bible 

17. MISS EUGENIA SALAZAR 

Visiting Lee, Spanish 

18. DR. CHARLES SHAM/ 

Asst. Prof., Economics 

19. DR. ASHER SIEV 

Professor, Hebrew 

20. MR. RUDOLPH STERN 

Instructor, Biology 

21. DR. MANNY STERNLICHT 

Professor, Psychology 

22. DR. ABRAHAM TAUBER 

Professor, Speech 

23. MR. DANIEL ZIFF 

Instructor, Music 




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1. DR. IRVING AGUS 

Professor, Jewish History 

2. DR. JOSEPH DUNNER 

Petegorsky Prof., Poli. Sci. 

3. MR. GARY EPSTEIN 

Vis. Lecturer, English 

4. DR. DA WD FINKELSTEIN 

Professor, Physics 

5. DR. JOAN HAAHR 

Asst. Prof., English 

6. DR. MAYER HERSKOVICS 

Professor, Jewish History 

7. MRS. SHIRLEY M. LAURO 

Instructor, Speech 



8. DR. EDWARD LEVY 

Asst. Prof., Music 

9. DR. HENRY LISMAN 
Professor, Mathematics 

10. MR. LORAND MARCELL 

Vis. Lecturer, H. Ed. 

11. DR. ALBERT MARRIN 

Asst. Prof., History 

12. DR. CHARLES PATT 

Asst. Prof., Mathematics 

13. MR. LEO TAUBES 

Instructor, English 

14. DR. SAUL WISCHNITZER 

Professor, Biology 





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the man of halakhah, is universally recognized as one of 
the major Jewish leaders and philosophers of our times. 
His ideas and thoughts have influenced large segments 
of the world Jewish community, so much so, that Rabbi 
Soloveitchik is referred to by the simple appellation 
"The Rav". 







7. Rabbi Nison Alpert 

2. Rabbi Joseph Arnest 

3. Rabbi David Bleich 

4. Rabbi Noah Borenstein 

5. Rabbi Zevulun Charlop 

Director, Riets 
6. Rabbi Avigdor Cyperstein 
7. Rabbi Jonathan Ginsberg 

8. Rabbi Jerome Corelick 

9. Rabbi Chaim Culevsky 
10. Rabbi Michael Katz 

11. Rabbi Jacob Lesin A"H 

12. Rabbi David Lifshitz 

13. Rabbi Philip Paretzky 

14. Rabbi Julius Fames 

15. Rabbi Heshie Reichman 

76. Rabbi Simon Romm 

17. Rabbi Herschel Schachter 

18. Rabbi Zelo Schussheim 

79. Rabbi Aaron Shatzkes 

20. Rabbi Gershon Yankelowitz 




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7. Rabbi Ichak Avnery 

2. Rabbi Abraham Berman 

3. Rabbi Louis Bernstein 

4. Dr. Moshe Carmilly 

5. Rabbi Baruch Ehrlich 

6. Dr.Yehudi Felman 

7. Rabbi Morris Gorelik 

8. Rabbi Chaim Gulevsky 

9. Dr. Mayer Herskovics 

10. Dr. Itzhak Ker stein 

11. Rabbi Abraham Krupnik 

12. Mr. B. Barry Levy 

13. Cantor Macy Nulman 

14. Rabbi Pesach Oratz 

15. Mr. Zvi Reich 

76. Rabbi Steven Riskin 

17. Dr. Asher S/'ev 

18. Dr. Harry Wohlberg 

79. Rabbi Eric Zimmer 




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7. Rabbi Solomon Berl 

2. Rabbi Morris J. Besdin 

Director, JSS 

3. Rabbi Heshie Billet 

4. Rabbi Benjamin Blech 

5. Rabbi Manfred Fulda 

6. Rabbi Joseph Crunblatt 

7. Dr. Meir Havazelet 

8. Dr. Elazar Hurvitz 

9. Rabbi Aron Kreiser 

10. Rabbi Abraham Krupnik 

11. Dr. Norman Lamm 

12. Dr. Chaim Leaf 

13. Rabbi Joseph Lerner 

14. Dr. Andre Neuschloss 

15. Rabbi Mitchell Orlian 
76. Rabbi Jacob M. Rabinowitz 

Director, EMC 

17. Dr. Moshe Reguer 

18. Rabbi Philip Reiss 
79. Rabbi Eliyahu Safran 

20. Rabbi Sherman Siff 

21. Rabbi Israel Wohlgelernter 

22. Mr. Pinchas Wollman 





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Or. Isaac Bacon, Dean 



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He seems to always be 



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even the faculty consider him to be an «0HMm», 

4M*mmmmmmmmmmmm^*+tmmmmm*» his office. 
Sometimes the less said the better. Fair? well.... 



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COL. ROBERT MARMORSTEIN 
Director of Security and Safety 



MR. SAM HARTSTEIN 
Director of Public Relations 



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RABBI JOSHUA CHEIFETZ 
Director of Dormitories 



PROF. MORRIS SILVERMAN 
Registrar 




MR. JACOB BLAZER 
Director of Buildings 
and Grounds 



MR. JACOB NUSSBAUM 
Director of Student Finances 



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Yeshiva. However at any one time there are only about six who 
are working. 

Most of the secretaries seem to have been recruited from Bell 
Telephone; they forever call on their experience. In fact, one 
secretary made the AMA Journal last year when she had a 
telephone receiver surgically removed from her ear. 

The truth however is, that while they successfully manage to 
keep you from seeing or speaking to the party you try endlessly 
to reach the secretaries are among those few willing to speak 
to you. 



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YESHIVA COLLEGE STUDENT UNION BUILDING 

2475 Amsterdam Ave. 

New York, New York 

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X, u>& some bi/nuci>i&riu$9 i iunt IM kic w<" >»' wnwi'iv *"t> uMvuntt«m>j^iji^n mium" i^ncl ZOOvt-flDOK 

the rmrior inconveniences Me dVavtu. rooms, paper-thin walls, semi-annual maid visits and icatbroomS 

Shared but oolu fiftu people. 

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week when neither he nor you bother any bncrer to oet up Tor mimjart-Cyeshii/a i^oulcf be better 
off elimiflotincf floor counselors- their rooms couldrtetter serve 35 dumbwaiters fer returning 



dirtu plates and food trays to fiarker'S.) , 

The stairs and elevators in the dorms rehire a li tilt getting used to. This can ta*e anywhere 
fro* a month to four uears. The staircases only go to alternate Moors while the electors are 
capable of stopping on every floor, skipping every o+her floor t or Keep \n$ you betujgen floors. 
This presents no major problem since frequently they're, not Morning at all. The breakdown rate 
is predictable, whether you live ormnt to visit someone on the top f/oor you can count on 
the elevator not getting' there. Should y<9u have a room on the top floor, get yourself £*?me 
comfortable shois,an oxuffen ferjfc and your education through a correspondence course. 
While the elevators have a passencpr capacity of ten, on a normal day they'll hold anywhere 
$rori\ -Forty-three to a hundred anieiaht before descending to pick up more. The Rubin elevator 
also has row*) for oyer thirteen hundred dirtu plates and trays -frown Parker^ but obviously it* 
passeritfer capacity is then slicMlu reduced.. ... . . , n „.„«„«- 

Half to? dor* i rooms offer uo$a panoramic view) looking over Yeshryas Dancer compos, 
on a clear dau this vie*) is better to be overlooked. The otter half of to, dorm room race either 
Belfer or an apartment house. The Kids in ttex, rooms shut the IW6 in their rooms at myit 
and hope to see swwetWnc?' wte/estincf across the way. Unle& of course those light* are 
dlreadu off and they're %op)nc( tbbtteomt thing' interesting in thedormelTht gredt 
advantage of the room u;ithB V/ewoC t/ie b<3of is Mat it o l6 easier for {mm to empty 
tk,V firJvbatfe-via the windoui To Keep the light, draft and v/eu) fron entering, the 
dorm resided planter their windows with poster*, empty can pyramids, local traffic signs 
and lab specimens Varying from fcrw k> term). Thi* really ;s un/iecessdry -Since nothing' 
usually penetrates the years of prim accumaldied on the window,. . • 
*Ka*c" instances of craciW window, broken Me or lost Keys are takencare tf s/mpty wj 
first locating your floor counse|or ; (if youcan)and then fWinrS mrs M, o6F, mrblneram 
fillincf out tKeir forms in triplicate. This usually takes quHt$mttim,*o it best to anticipate 
any problems about fair weeks before, theu actual/u. happen/m order to be prepared. ■ . ■ 
Lunch is the time for the daily ritual of c-heckinr/for /wa//. If you tirit fwiember ifur 
Combinatibn-or if* jammed Ouar) you can aluiaus W around to tht lcac( and get utoate&r 
\$(Wl lookinr/ for. Voo can a/Ways find your box stuffed with tin weeti mmeoonpheci 
Circulars -which are automatical/^ dumped in the appropriately placed trash can. you get used 
to receiving' letters addressed to you with two mil old postmarks. The office staff usuaffy 
take a w«e-k to soft ail the letters' and an additional week to read an the mail of coarse, 
any botes that rattle when shaKen ore checked far food- Th/6 results in ^u getting a lot ok 
empty boxes aiia My fat office staff. jj ou learn evwtuaily that subscribincf to mags2ine^ 
medfls crettiotf them late.torn and with ail fcjtg iwfccr«6ti>tf articles cut out- The off ice ^staff 
ha^ mastered numb^rs^ but not the alphabet yet-so should the mailing pritj $>c$i;tQ 




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include your roow mmW } \^&xr letter H placed in a dead letter pile (which h mpiied tu)ice a day 

Official Tv'*.6t«'w»iHrtpW»i rfri$estfors aM the opposite M&w%ahnth<<iomtioorfl6. 
statistically hoide^r, ueure "lore apt A find ^ore «f these i*«*ii5 in the /worgf thaw fw Rut»/>- 
(The walls in Rubin are so thin, you cao actually uJatch IV -from twodoofs douin.) . .... 
The dorrwa are each equipped uifth f/ve washing niflchines and seven dryers to serve, about W 
gtlMb. Swiehou), np Knotier i^nat t\m of day or nigKt you go c/oOiO, ftwg are ten fel/as w//t/i the/r 
laundry in suitcase* waiting dtod of you brat) empty machine -these rea/ly fe nosuch thinfi 36 
finder/ an empty nodohioe/^ either offloaded or brom. tfherieMr you taw your o/ottes ooi of 
the machine/'* won't surprise you to find on/y one, of your Shifts *ri. another's underuJear. 
T/ieonlt) alternates are to wear one set of dote all term or to briogf a// your laundry wirhyflU. 
whwiwer wou go hone- , , . , . r 

The dotty have about twenty phones flu* on any gr/vcw night, twe/vtave out ex order' and the 
oVhtrs art pcrwon^t/u occupied- fl record utts broken wVn o/ie senior 6pe/rt 6.5 oon 5*op 
hoar-* on a phone -spending onu^ owd'mt, and cli^incY tHe phone, f,«/OA t/mes to auwd »« curator, 
most KI«U resort to (tetiina bhtir ou)0 phones or ftetflntf friends u>ho haue thin). 
Cheifet2 a*d "the dorm cJwtmittee have a unioue ujay^f rnatchincX up roowwafes. TTieij finrf tte 
ftrsi ttoo people who's las* nanies ctoo't rhyme and place them toadwf. Out of Wn student* 
complaint "that thftnk^ it? ihh stf&tew, thu witiiiAes ended wp mthe top Moors which was veru 
inawMenicnt onshabbos. The problem wa b solved by putting 3 lot more oui-oC-touMrs together 
on the top floors; without checked first to see if their i\Mtb r(ytt or not. 

Despite all the request -fornix infill out, you will U$«ai/ij &ndttpu/lth one tfftt wllortiod types 
of roommates c 

TNP£ A . 

Ue ne^ misw* ™iriuan-he Goes €\Wy wrmci wd riiM ■ ^oo pretend you'ra asleep mlht w*nW 
ui^e^ Vie mXb u-rws Qot ftit world's loudest a/arvn cTb&K-r/wi/irxr Bier Ben's chimes. Its set cfatiU 
for w-ioSn dnd b-is of) rosh chodesh.'Hls 5havinfl' sounds l/'^a lau;n^a^r going Over zo/tfe 
tfra*l. Hi3 5fdrol/r.«r H an exact /w /fat/on of a fteind' toilet. W*>« ^ «ej tftur eyf5 ar« 
gtii] dosed %°sla% the door on hh uiau out so loutf that it never Mis todrop Mother 
piece of planter on uour head- Wc ow uou dnotKer forty-f/ue mwafcc5 of6l^ u.wt// 
ne'^ bad< and pnptrW %■ class. °Ue usually /ates along abort esteem boots ,a caseW 

™e%tx rissel Yyk&I at Srfe and lows it- ne e^ew tr/e$ to get hh mother to Me some 
of the disks u;hen he cfozs home. He, keeps Wis side ^ the room antteepticallq ttenle ana 
irorwiculatelu neat wftheyletultiner pxtaula^ in \h place. "Vnk literally drives youcra2y- 
(% forgave u-&u W that irnie uox couldn't ^ntr<?) your^e/f d/id iAir«uJ chicken bones u*der 
7m desx andu)aiKed ail ov^ kk bed and pil/ctJ in ujet galoshes^and then accosed rfie vmaldj 
When its <2o" outride he ^as to sleep with bht uJindoui <^>e»o but ma&$ qc7U ote^ ii ujhen \h 
war %". Ow his bed, he has a tinuj calendar with phoWaphs of Hatching thicken* 
(i"H hung- up initio benddid^. He ti/cles^ in recall the day? that u/e hai/e sSioo/. He 
wanfed to paint the roo^o but you wouldn't a^ref on any of h/s favor/'te colors - prteon 
gr^uj or hot pinx. Ow hU desK ne has a fTystrjp tulrof dead P««. On ^/5 ^esx 
he has a little trans'/stor rad/'o with earplu^s(5o he can httentothe, neu& euom Inoar on 
the hour). He also has the alarm clocXjdpushKa that he fife every nioht(and that uou 
empty ever<3 morninry of dimes -for the phwiQa roll of cilarmijo bathroom thsute and a 
gold -framed phdWapV) of his -family taken at h/'s har-mifrvab. fHe used to have hh 
^ohedule cf courses tajoed to thv wmd^u) until he once noticed outside tye dorw that ljqh 
had taped a centerfold to the ba<^ of ct) 

He goes to sleep everu/igfit at \o\iDpm after the mimn ,the news and zwearina' cream dl) 
over h)6 face. He ft'im fluffs hi^ pi /low. arranges Wr hno^^ ^^ dnthp*. &>r lu? ^t-xJir 




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YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 

FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 

Thursday, June 6, 1974, 10:30 a.m. 

DANCIGER CAMPUS 

Amsterdam Avenue and 185th Street, New York 

Please be in your seat by 10: 15 a.m. 



YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 

FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL 

COMMENCEMENT 

EXERCISES 



Thursday, June 6, 1974, 10:30 a.m. 
Danciger Campus 

(North of 185th Street 
on Amsterdam Avenue) 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS 



Please keep these instructions for your information 
and guidance on Commencement Day. 



NOTE: In case of rain, 
the exercises will be 
held in the Nathan 
Lamport Auditorium, 
2540 Amsterdam 
Avenue (at 186th St.). 
Because of limited 
auditorium seating 
capacity, General 
Admission tickets will 
be honored only as 
space permits. 

ADMIT ONE 
GENERAL 
ADMISSION 



Major participants and honorary degree recipients 

[I. to r.]: Rabbi Israel Klavan, Dr. Isidor Chein, 

Philip M. Klutzmick, Senator Jacob K. Javits, 

Dr. Samuel Belkin, Dr. Arthur F. Burns, 

James A. Michener, Rabbi Max Hoch. 



He, kte-ps the tie he wears to tlass under booKs. Ws idea of an aJI-nighier i* sidyinp; ap till /o:45 />*>. 
}] is idea of a i*)a1er fight is &pra^in£ a h'ttle water* on wou in the shower rwm. We fe usua/Zy pte-mtd 
and can ^,|tep Wy comfortably withacd'sseeted e>ioa/k. andfr his bed. J-/e pa/d -for ha/f £h£ 
reFrttfera+or burt *>ty »«s ft fcr a container of gjci/nft/Ut and plain yogurt, f/e #mV>/K that 31/ 
6tern ffirl6 afe'TZiu&AnK'artd that i?wbin is jU6t '»& How- Itpfoba&ly fo. 

TVP£ 6 

rie'5 ton at the winyan a iota I of e/gjot times dur/Og -fear ye3tf-U6ua//y because he hod 
{alien asleep tfUr string all nicht in fche $hmlt-0{i only quiet room to the dor*)). sHudywo 
really njeans cram/ninnr all night ce-fbre a test. fllLnichUK vnean siartincr U tdudc^ at mldn'idit 
W about an tour; got rrrr fc <& u)do else is up and t^ staring out the wMo^ w\i\) the 5un 
rises. Living fn the c(w»n 3)50 weans. ^jaKtor/ up at <\\osJr4oca °i:oo class, it means spending 
\Xk dil-niaVrtefS bullshitting with the fellas \ playing cards ; t»M(ty on the phone iodUMirxj tj 000 hours 
of iV. froinfl to sleep early wans ;;<90^. ije, has also a 4/J conveniences 'bo make himself feel 
at Soome; -four 5/?eaker t>te/w, Ttf, hcTtplaie, H cubic rtfriddeftio<; broUer ,hasHf*fld piano. -fa 
only fine he 6ai5 at Parke/6 is whty? % roommate's parent co/ne cop. He's a reoulajor customer 
o-f sMm'K'-s and he uses' ParRer!6 plate $or ashtray .The wa)d refuse* to we/) enter his 
room unless she has a pick ^houel and exkfMina-hc. She usua//y jusf pvh a quarantine sign 
On his door and prays &r ifa summer, The u/afe are plastered With vi/laoe posters and photos 
Of his home taun 4eaw6. The c/oJh^s are Jtepi ordered in the c\b$tt- those still bo be u)om 
on haogdri and thost aWtadu) uJOfin^/) the tloor. if he's on a t-cam } he hanO'S his sweaty 
Uniform, socks and jocks dripping owe thes'mk- Stern Girls are considered dorrs' but 
crood to take out conen i\our'e desperate- When tni Knicjrs are en 7u, he can have 
soou-t for+o) gays in his roowo waUVuncf ail night, "/fare i^ probab/y wore ioanprQ- 
-furrtiture in the roo^ tHan iVj the. \v\wae. %t se cafaiop- k placed m a veru \mrror\ar\t 
<opot in the row*\- under fat )ecxo( Hie wi'r to ktep it Worn rockintf- Tte best ^aM5 h^'s 
5p^nf a-t VO hav« bcevo a huidr«d mi i€f> d\*)ay -Prom the dorm- 

SoM£ Wou), ioO ALLOWS fHi^lM^T VOU)? ROoMMflTt IS THE WEZDOAJE.HE SE£M$ 
To TH/AlK 50 X)iSO. 

Then acz alot of other aspects to dorm Me thot M^u simph wouldn't get I'Niha at ho*??£ 
Cor m an apartmeni). ° v 

Hon) many -\me$ havf tycu • 

lAJaj&^ed the ram fdil- into yoir roonn^ 
Taken a hot^iio<A»r u/ifr ic« waf«r^ 

uauhed T\/ i* ihe lounge w'/tfc W other gous and haw the color aJjusied &nd channel 
tV\&v)<&(f darina every Svnmerciiii? 
Pound ar\ ewply bathroom 6I3D only to find out too /afe-no paper? 
found a telephon-e wth an 'out of orde.r' 6/^n on it- that reailu wori:a? 
Had an erd'at/em^nt pa^ti^ at 3a^-thenigHt be -fore your rnidUrn- next door? 
Had •foftw cfiXLjs ueiohinjrth* Snicks on 7\Z- the nloht b^fty>« uoiir final -next ^or ? 



How) can you evtfr -Cpro;et the t'me you ujcr^typing' uour Ufmpdver in the n^or^ anJ iaou had your 
windoui open wh/fl someone enp«nea therfoor- it -boot two days till the ^acoowPmd cfft^n ; and 
anotlw boo daijs to fifa ail the patfes. Or lOhat about ih* times that it h so hot fn the roowi at 
niflht that the H'e* are performing aerial acrobatics nmr^od all night? when it beanies $0 
UMbearablu hat that the roaches start srteatin^, the annual w ater-Pi ghts be^/n Jt^'W ^uailij^sy 
to predict - th^tj aiuiacje co\nd<ki with midterms and -finals} f'lM is the VU ritual inhere -fouir Aiil//on 
ba^rri'^ and balloons a<t tow c[ht / and the wjate/ 1 pressure V ail of upper Manhattan goes doui/), 



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Otfliu c*ltbfiti«4 * r e fch€0M& who WltoM'eh era cop. 

ChanuM^ i* a pfe*ant Spiritual retreat at win the doftv,, bwfob M ftet/W atntykri^fo i*auiiful 

to look ^p ai wi^it and «e a MMnd Aienorafa* buoiirttf bright ,-'o tht windows, n)ith a f/#fe 

iVnaoinatiort v^ou cam pretertel -the iortn. is burning cJomJKI. 

Oor^iife abo mea^ toviflff Hockey fc0Uirflaww& douHstinoK ioflff corrldofs- 1+ she new* ewy rick 

of ia&iI epace. plasfraf wittV ffcjwft, eartjfcfcw <b/dr>5 efc /t M&M waK/ntf ujp <*)£ flUdrfe M the lobby 

&v\d ptey'mfl -football on the grrc&s ail nm- but uiith fwfcj gays on awe and mums if mea^ 

teviind' tu, eNe W^c^u^s trying to fit tuie/i/e trunks />>w m£ taxi tftfijW a/I tteriflg bo the airport- 
iwy September ywcewf t* Widorrn w\tfr\ ow brmk and ftVMMt to a&wl ate jby june tripugk bv 
fill dm . you ei<( up /eavincT ail t*tf stuff in fctog s-brstfe cteet aMuauj. #&/" -feur cjga^ a£ up, if 
^oulrf take won aioother W t^f* just to tfo tf«roiiQl» tfie stuff 

filter W uwrs uou Itfwe behW m ^aiM/0h^>a^Jfl^^^^fe>///^/ii^5/iJi»«4/^ 
x MlmAM',a*i johnny car*0rt.sane, bead batfc b««, oflws bowirom 6fHfim/if6, &>me> tv graduate 
s^oi anrf sricfalwd tffc ^«w atfaio). Afow, you u)/// #D «>ui and tea* yo^r /uar/c 00 6C£/e&j-atfer 
ha*>)n£ Wt yoar mark at Y(J; tfa do(fY),uJdfe snl Woof*. 

AfT^ft Fotfft V£/)£S ; y0V WOWOtfc Mu) YOU £U£A ZVV£0 "WWbtf If, 

'VDU WOW HAVE A UFfT'NE TO teHWbH/fOfibc't A&0UT /f, 







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Y^ wain library i* housed in a Modern desiaried.recently completed strurture. hawtdtoi of money iya6 6/tf*i 
on the construct)*) to obtain the right ace oust ic&. if mom are sturfyiocf on thi fiftn * /oor, on a o>et ei/enwcj 
you con actujily hear someone turtWff the patfe*. i n the basement of mm m *ot u$ual/ij 50 qoirtjthe m&u 
fUm the photostat mochirtct .15 mm piped throughout. The I/Vary house* the eity's largrgst coiltcllon 
ofbooK* printed before iqio. Some recent acquisitions toc/wcte *m MatiM tftte rrewkfit- M2" 
°I5 iMiMEo 5f«c£"Me»fTWt« MEMFUTMEfand the i*fpopfor*A tt/npHU Hittoy ofoonbrtyzw 
states" A continually updated IW of required reading texts' -for currwi co/teffe couf»S /* vaiflhi'nefin 
the Hbrt^tt.5iaduH haee aa«s to these |gb and thefi cdn proceed to obtain €hc boon U one oi / M ^, 
otkrcoikm liberie*. The adniiofetat/'M r«/ii|u intstallft/ rtvt,e*tiMto IMirnr onlyto find out m\ 
it was dust that ^5 obscuring u booK titles, rji io went caf twte,tfi« staff ia»$ tff*»*iaf to w/y 
2oo bodx^r 7hi$ fitfurt ^ seHW «V affcr zimWtk the, library's booU and mftfptyjfA ftf ?* 
Thi5 caused s swi w\d\\0*t of service* which u& a/ready quite Widwi "fl«pi» »* +w» 5 ^ H - 
To save enemy, -the lights in the library m low) dimmed by 50?* - only atter (opm. The adtof Mad 
of Vnl I'bwjj ha* wigb hope* thai more kwte wji) be acquired iV) m mar hfari,bwt pnstfltiq then 
If I cHV^r prior /+i^5- 



COttlN HERMNI-1HE ONE 

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Rof. Silverman has a. mosi unusual tabby, He eanptffc Arms W Hi tp& *•«* . if U does it in Awoffif* w/hi/t 
ai yeshiva ne^ts -paid lor it. Hi$ fpilec-fion of forms, unmatched in the uwid^a/e shred m f>eifer-floor6 
^-15. The^ ateo provided the l&ytf fill -for «i/«fdl nM hmintiorojects in fftmhaitw.H stotot a^ /</ 
on-th^ a^rage hdfe to fill oat about ijsoo forms- The amount is sure to increase if you dead* bv 
staa -for ywr 5«?pn»no/ , c |)0V,7ht prvf ■ liKfs tos+a^<^ aitha+ wJ litfte mw/«i in h)^ offf^ and 
Quote by oumb^^ 6ome of nls favorite forrtis: 

qp 702..35 - lA/aiver of 3 reared coarse, for a pr^quteite r^rferf bo tot takfn iiwi«/-ibnws|u ford 
w'mof not reared fo' ffreidu&t'm but rrtflnrfafor y for Ujoar nfyor antf svflfl&ted 

TT-2.o3.?>c| Appircai?ori f»v !ea* of absent due-b uair'ouino/ea+b- most hcaumfiwi ^ 
ten dollar, inifialW bj tine dean and- tiMwifJwi ^^ w*l*- ■ 
He Mill chucKk^ wKcn h«. hit upon a brains-toon several w^ars aao and had aiitnt forms ti__ 
prinks «,,> flvt tocTttpw having %e word 'mecfed' alrearfw cift\ia- 1+ ^ a ^ himself and «i« o(«a^ 
slot of trVue and ink. 8w+ HaPterivri Qndeduf idMo zp&ckifof $h terns txfyre tnty we 
all0uJ«jl *° ffradna+e, unfy/tunafelu the supply ran oft-f . Oue< ^ past years, ^000 6+ud^f* ^awe 
grddua-ieJ iJesHiVa-Thii i^ otf of /^ooo i^ai ha\« ent?r«d but^re c&M on wfior ttchnkbMies 
and recuirenienb iwknooJn -to^ew arki ^i«ryf>ie else, socti ose tube $Q\xited of ai\ 5-W*.rr5 
be.fo^ Q^daa+ion un-lil if was d&covered afHr tirM years #1*4 yesWua doesn't offer it. 
&>*>\Am mo'splaci'no your -foldcr^^ndirtd hraMcnpti wt lafe.failmo ^^otify ut>i/of rp<yuirp»w<'nt6 until two - 
tv<eis before pfrarftf at/on, H* nota'ny u;orse ri*n 4^ angoiter off )£€ at yi/, 




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The. cafeteria ha& not been affected I 



♦ Had +2" fe<?<* we +ousaod peeple rnlroplu tftv'and #ie sfi/lfote touted v Weaf /oaf- rW +o awe and prepare 
if- for everyday of Hie Ljear" toe cafefer/o 9l*o r««/^5 roua'*^ from ih paknt of) tht, pari/e *ieaf fcaf. 
HiJ roufld-tlu -world 6-faff (German and Puerto rico) prepare dhhei thai you'v-e 
never lAjdnfcd -to edt before. The special 011 -toe menu. )< vailed eacto c/ay. on 
wofl,tAied tjou <oa<ie a choice of chick.™, (MidtA frictett* 9f chicktfl'Mfprtit'. 



from nwi, yeu Will be Surpft&f 4c fVnd Though, Jriat a cwnpfctf rfirVle? was' W)/lj 
'l,5o cWi+chdmf MaJe you hUAgrytorttve)-^ having ^u*/Hs otontiKir 
own trays away., #ie cafeteria, to* eioi#to -Ftintfs ic print t>if^)5 ■kilinrr you 4o 
put tyour pwn *ra$> auia^The ca&viier* tfmploifed are, afec urf/'que. owe »< w 
fast, 6he nartds you a W|l tefVe you e</en fitt Mtftimdi anr/tfw )s so slovt 
tlwt uou can fmuh wpru-toraflf 1 on uour traw an4 ore around a^did anrf wi 



tee your place on M«- s-uil a^ter is abrip mdwyjna -the u/)// t^ovg* 
uou fr a side di'sh if your tk /6 on year tray. S-tud&m are a/mags 



ctacouracjecl from briogtntf fbd up & -fteir raws. 7>w c<w5 a prob^ 
with Kdshru-Hijancl 110 imporfairf -a/of of dhautftocf dead raft dwl roaches 
are -kiwyj allow fte Jeff o^r &ed. 



U)HY NOT • 
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THIS.I ASK60 FOU 50fC 

HoASEHAOiSH WlTWrlYMMT 




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rricfjovid* I* really an expanded /Date i*^* -fiwa little mxn ijcu c-an cjet aW \e%. 6one are -the days ofa 
hewburtw-frwcW'te-scrfa -for under a ddfar, In -fact, /MciWids has priwn -Sat fnffojibfl cm maKt thtpnk 
of indwell or\ -to go up. /Iffer - spending a U-ttle -ftv-fun€ -fty supper a-f ^cdwxjs^ou ceridmlyuion't 
-feel hungry : 5tarv«ci iAmW b« a better worrf. 

T^e pn'cee a-f 1oV ^^ocf lbiM's)(biutei 6eocN)&\\ \Zdry usually $to<m minute bt> iwi/iuie. In recent Lftdrs, 
bu^inp^ has died <^ouJn, w wiore K/aui -tVian oie. . ; - 

-rne/e are alot of fjorx/ fliwgs tjou can ^ay atow^ c^w/h ^'22a. jwst a$fc c^ys/e.- 



HOW TO GET -iQOft MOHti MCh FfiCM PAfUfeftS MHH)NZS„ a „ 

l Proceed to Registrar and request form W&.m. You art to sign this sworn stater.... 
that in fact you placed ten cents into or>t of Mr Parker's machines- You are to list the ddtt 
of the co'm.its condition and anq identifiable characteristics. You must list witnesses 
who were present at the time of the loss ard then have the form notorized. 

a.Proceed to a printer or a stationarL| store and have 3 custom noade envebpe. mddeuptothe 
exact proportions 8i"bn 10^" (the size of the form). This is so that when the extremely 
busu ladies in % registrars office receive the form.itou will rtotbave to waste 
neecfless seconds unfolding" it " 

3. Enclose a self addressed, stamped envelope mail to: 

VBij/WI UA//V£«S/TY 



500 Ul«T>/ STREET 
WEW YOieiC,NV 10033 



, ATT: C0iL£6£ C0«MI7T£E OW LOSSES SOSWiNBO 6y P/)*K£«$ MHO/ WES 

t- within two weeks i(ou will receive a notice advisincr uou as to a hearincr before Dr Socol 
Mr Parker and the board of tr^tees. Please not if u Tjour aitorrt^ to be^romot, ' 

^Following the hear ino^ou Will receive a rep/u within a month to f/Ve weeks. If the replu 
is affirmative.(the defendant reserves the right to retract said response for two weexs) " 
Xoo are then to report to the. address herein above promptly the next morning- at 7:00am 
mr Parker will then have his uperi mechanic check, the machine- Plaintiff ^\\ be required to 
pau for the expenses of the mechanic and mrfyrWs time should the machine Voi/e to 
be in Mrkin ff condition. Y 

<>Yeo are then to report to Or Sar for a complete physical and a battery of psuchokriml 
exams to determine the limit of \joar \i\tL\\ige(\ci. 

7. should uou complete all the SM^ will Aato' a fetter from the office of Student 
finances. Yoy most,withm one w«K have ftfJ letter initialed, bu Dr rrtW/^r /rtr P ar k<r Dr lid 
rfr N^b^ ; Dr 6elKin,P, f Si/^ao, Rabbi CW&ta.&ari fi«?o I^O^n^&SS 

8. V« W.II th« be sent a notice as to at which bank Jo ca n picR up w«r O..P ,n 
reside in Mew YorJUt will be a bank in the northeast- H P H Che ^* ,f 1 0w 

q.Tk check, is onl M tjoocf in s^s of up to ten cents, for anu/oss of amount abo*> ten cente 
M*o are te g> through the abova procedure for eac4n ten cents } 

10, It 16 suggested to f if) out revests onlq during times whew the finance offices 
art not busc|(Pref era bu Julu- /WwuftO ° 



if tjou don'l have the time to follow the above procedura, uqo can' 
/. Kid< the machine as hard asqou can and hop? todfet ijourdime back, or 
^.assure theguo) behind ifoti the machine works- M/sety loves conipaM, ' 



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Maze/ Tov to our own 

JEFF JOSEPH 

and the class of 1974 

May success be yours in all 

you do — your future family 

Mr. & Mrs. Sam Reimer, judi, 

Elaine, Anita 



Mazel Tov to 

JEFF JOSEPH 

upon his graduation and 
upcoming wedding. 
Dad, Mom, Arthur 



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Our Best Wishes for Hatzlacha Rabba to 



BARUCH 



The son of our dear Rabbi & 

Mrs. Aaron Twersky 

Congregation Netzach Israel of Los Angeles 

Emanuel J . Roberts, president 

Earl Solton, vice president 

Our best wishes for bracha and Mazel 

to our nephew 

BARUCH TWERSKY 

Rabbi and Mrs. Rottenberg 

Mazel Tov and Hatzlacha to our dear son 
BARUCH on his graduation. From your loving 
parents and sisters, Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron 
Twersky, Malka, Rivka, Aviva 

Congratulatioins to Baruch Twersky and best 
wishes for continued success. 

H. B. Markin Realty Co. 
4554 Beverly Blvd. L.A., Calif. 90004 



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Our Best Wishes to 

IRWIN MORDECAI GROSS 

With pride and joy 

our first YU graduate 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gross and Family 

Baube Merves 





Congratulations and best w/ahes to our son 
CHAIM, on his graduation. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Bnckman and Sara 



Maze/ Toy Chaim Brickman 
Young Israel of Cherry Hill 



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\Congrajffla\qns to our^E>, 

HaTdte^ 

upon his gradua,t\p\ 

Mr. & Mrs. SamueyWefyle 

Mazel Tov to Hlrold, 

Uncle Israel, Aunt Vett 





Bracha VaHatzlacha 

To 

Joseph Chaim Orbach 

from his 

Grandmother, Parents, 

Brothers 

Compliments of 
Econo Travel 
720 W 181st Stree 
New York, N.Y. 




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Cowurfulatuma and best withes 
cmiiour qrculuation jn>*i ycshii/tiU 
And vpm acceptance b> Medical 

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DAVID MILLER 
upon his graduation 
& Mrs. Philip Miller 
& Mrs. Michael Mi lie, 



Compliments of 
Jack Bretholz 




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BettyWPlosiery g mm lTimings 
gm6 W 18'^mreet 
New Yor$$'N. Y. 10033 





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,kv.$;-Angengi - WfrU Father 



\Congratu-lationsto 

\Philip Weinberger 

ana his class upon their 

A graduation 

Rabb\& Mrs. We^berger 

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VICTOR 

Mom, Dad 




Compliments of 
Willy Creenberg 




Compliments of 
Edsel 





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Young IsraepOf Chomedy 
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Tov to 
HESHY 
, Allan, Sandy, Nancy 






To^kqd Best Wishes 

ur grandson 

LARRY 

MazelfTov and Congratulations 

to 

Larry Feder 



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Best Wishes to 



BERNIE KAMINETSKY 

Mr. & Mrs. David Weiss 

M Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Levitt 

Mr. & Mrs. Eli Zbrowskv 




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Congratulations to 

ALAN 



The Entire Litwack Family 
Ottawa Commercial Tire Sales Ltd. 






Print-Forms C. Inc. 

205 W 19th St., New York, N. Y. 

Printing and service at its best 

Call WA 47910 
Compliments of Lenny Kanarek 



a double mazel tov to 
class of 1974. 




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Joe &Abe and the entire 
Mom & Dad 





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Fred Schulman 






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Mazel Tov and Congratulations to our son 

Michael Bennet Braten 

Mom, Dad, Arlene 



Congratulations to our son 

Aleaxander 

Mr. & Mrs. Zlotnick 



Hoping the world's problems will be solved 
in your sleep— Anna, Harry 



Compliments of Dorothy & Robert Marmorstein 

[one of the nicest guys you can meet 

up at Yeshiva] 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1974 



Yeshiva College 
Alumni Association 



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mpliments oj 
[chie Bieler 




Mazel Tov to HARRY and his classmates upon their 

graduation. 
Mr. and Mrs. David Peters, Grandma, Esta, Annie 

Congratulations to HARRY PETERS 

Third Ave. Hebrew Religious Community Center, Inc. 

19255 N.E. 3rd Ave. S. Arluk, Pres. 

Miami, Florida 









Complimejjts Or 
Bruce Friedman 






ftompliments of 
Josh Schwartz 



Compliments of 
Chaim Weitzman 







ompliments of 
very Neumark 




C&rhp'ljments 
Barry Mocbaqowitz 




Compliments of 
Judd Lifschitz 




Shellers up 



Compliments of 
Nate Kahan 




CotiafatuktioAS, ^)/ia^l 
*r%c at and poultry *fisfket 

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to out 4c>n t nephew 4 yandian 
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"HOUSE OF JACKS" 

70— 77%arsons Blvd., F/uiphg. 
In Memonfef Dr. Wijftiam f€ jLer^r 

A. MANDEL JEWELRY C0 

To Israel— Chaim [Bobby] 

Our blessings for a successful future in all youif endeavors. 

With all our love, 

From Mom, Dad — Mr. & Mrs. Irwin Simkovic and brotkers\J( 





Le Cordon Bleu Caterers 

^96—07 Jamaica Avenue 

Woodhaven Queens 

Compliments of Jeff Goldstein 




Compliments of TOV MAOD 
hJn. & Mrs. Marmorstvin 
-of TOtftvlAOD LUNCHaONETTE 
Best Wishes to IflARC 

nl 



from Mom, DadJPhillip, \ 

selyn, Grandmothej 




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Eichler Brothers Inc. 

Electrical Appliances 

70 Canal Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10002 

Compliments of Marty Gold 




m 

ongratulations to 
^SANDY 
anWhis classmates irom 
iad^lojp. Shelly, Fayanne 



Sidney Blau-Plumbing 

& Heating Corp. 

202-28 45th Street 

Bayside, New York 77367 




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Dedicated to the memory of 

HaRav HaCaon R. Menachem Mendel Zaks 

Of blessed memory 

Who served as Rosh Yeshiva and Bochem of Yeshivas 
Rabbeinu Yitzchak Elchanan for nearly thirty years. 
The example he set — in midos, humility and piety, 
in lomdus and scholarship on all who knew him. As 
we consider the vast gulf separating us from this 
saintly gadol, we realize how inferior are our own 
deeds and that each and every one of us must 
struggle to attain the impossible heights reached by 
Rav Mendel. 

The Student Organization Of Yeshiva 






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GUEST SHOTS ON CAMPUS 




Visibly overwhelmed by an emotionally charged 
reception, Israeli Premier Golda Meircriedata Yeshiva 
University convocation March 8, 1973, where she was 
awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters 
degree. Mrs. Meir shed tears as an audience of 2,000, 
primarily students, chanted a thunderous "Am Yisroel 
Chai" [the nation of Israel lives] in a prolonged 
standing ovation. 





Author Elie Wiesel at Holo- 
caust Memorial Day 
Observance. 



Jerusalem's Mayor Teddy 
Kollek. 




Ruth Alexandrovich Averbach and her husband /say, 
Russian immigrants. 





Israel's Consul General David Rivlin. 



Rabbi Shlomo Coren, ASHKENAZIC CHIEF 
RABBi OF ISRAEL 





RABBI OVADIA YOSEF, 

SEPHARDIC CHIEF RABBI OF ISRAEL 



Col. flOarmorstein series as director©^ security. He-came to Teshitfa atter a reacting career 
(n the Army. As a result, to date, aside from the usual muggings dn^ stolen wallets, there 
have oe\/er been any reports of bazooka attacks or enervu shell inff around ^0. The 
Col. is most occupied cohen Dr Be-ikin makes his appearance on campus, fortunately 
this doesn't occur more than once or ivJict a term. 

moat of the guards art recruited -from the CIA; Cured Insomniacs Associated- Their 
on/tj tad-ica skills are preventing" you from entering Parker'6 via the exit, 
Actually .the Col claims that Washington Heights is aTe-bt/'velu tfuiet neighborhood. 
He sau,s he sees veru little, crime on the streets ridino; to arid from OJor K each dm in his" 
neu) rt-54 sher^an tank. ° j 






Tit maids don't frlfou) a regular schedule .gut they always manage ^ ^ W|tfr £/6im/ R-( 

to cane, around when you're sleeplnflf,or ^heo you're sidy?d up a (I complaints IMT awo utfoett* SAM 

m^t studuiflfr Of while <joou fvltow yur jams vf. 7te cartooe woo MAvsiJr 6KN A*fi»Mfc naw 

can could W a fly cmitx^ in it , i^our f JoorKull ffl payer f£S ofM«i? / *«*«""*? 

and gfum wirappf rs , uy i'fvcfouJ5 ccat^rf ujith inches of 6l/«e ,but ' 

ail 4he|| f .n<* and throu) out is your fc«»nta pag&,typ*d term /^ 
pap>r you hid Wer your typewriter. y u can leayfe a-fw I 

dollar bill to the middle of your room and 6he'l( never find it A 
She- won't pick a pencil oPf th floor but will lift ywr ^ 
two hundred pound barbells and plat* i+ on your bed- "ft* p 
lASual ooa^ you can tell -the maid Inas bwi in your room is I | 
h^ spotting ner hutfe Qootpr\f\ti> in the cfusfc. if you hd\)t ^s^ 
a t\/, she'll dust the knob turwWitonanof oV£ Tru, to haw 
a !ou.o<fe chair or aVa mattress in wour room- Shell haoe ^ 

IV. t^Veo out i^jcdi6turbind( Whdso'n it. "fli/ir sfncfirw voices ufciwirf a 

sounc* nm rvict bduiom m tortf/rb at O'tems Var*f#ril|. Tktj've also metered 1 ttosMof washing <j 
sink ooitHcur ^oap or^porxffa or water. ; , ^- 





GEB EPPES TATTELA &d 



is: 



All the credit for the mu the dorm are nxr\ can k attributed to Rabbi flieifefa -Despite fJ* fact thai he //'v« stvne 
dieiaire from bis orfice,he prefers to^>aiKiou)or«^nl«sof to««e tfs raWrtftto, he date his car. Since he 

Sort* tfmdof* rooms even hate heaimaJhn /s not realty fradkd expense -si to % Week M/u 
Used and the heat is rare/a fc</»*d 00 ifiitoedom. " 

febbi cMeh W uiuaifu be 5fen tatKind dnd jokinff uM the Kkk&a&niL hepujs hh k'kt* e&k 
m hsfasto s Wi pntfbtf. % ^ & mo easy 5 position- he rWs a III ti„< secretary and 
Moat tMa floor CMfficto'dllcf fcJtiU ^ 35 umi *WK as ** does -The dorm <,${„ ml ope* 
Z^Lll * 2ft* " m ** <*>**"* *< e ***** ma*/** ft* m> personal phone calk Zabbl 
aottm, KoowH. uihat agi irtjrfi*ppn6ibli asset &{*) Cheifefi j*. ' 

Tjwj i are several essential expels attjcstoVa that the 0W«of stud^t foames f d ,7 5 i<Wif M 1* 
of before yoa enter the college,.^ ako d*rt provide any f warca 1 assULtt 'forthm * y 

$ f 45.00 .... Program chanties 

212 o5.... lost i/i ParketfmchiMS 

H©3. 15 . ... pho-tc?6i3tiogr notes ovier" fouruear-s 

l^' 00 '-ParkiWt^d6 3 

"k'io....Oirti« & |ostin the telephone 

80o.... for replacing lest keq$ 
2oo.is.... for Ca™ e | & 3 

lW.3t To the beggara arouod ya 

*J5.jJi.... -for flitei setter after <atinr/atanoj dacealUi-U- 
$5-00.... at the Bi/ns ® J J 

40.c ,,.. sending out ^ra^scr/p^ 
M0. c>...5eno'/ioJ ) ( 9at fcranscriptsa -second tir»j* after* Ihfu 

fcwent fhai)€d fcte f,v 5 t fc,V»« 
Hoo...?or haggles and bailoor.6 
45a oo.. on textbook* that cg*K out withiwJe<M/wi$a-"d w'Kith 

you couldn't sell bacA: 
lioo.,.. -for taKioa twelw stern airls out z o parlors wf 

fair wars 



1-15 in your 

c55^od---- Kaplan's 



When Rubio uJas built, y*4i/Va f<mr\kd aiau/ard -to f h^ Qfckketf for hfe ach/Wme>it5./te cfesigrW 
and 6upervi6erf th« construction despite the, fat he rite demand hhnd-The ordinal cost u)6s estimated 
to be W million ddlmfot n/as cowpkied fof urld-er* 100,000. ~fh* delators \Mte designed to lot 
fiarb&cfe ehutes on^W^ and sj\\\ se ( m the $$w fund ion .-The buildinQ ua& desmej bo be eJimtt '." 
controlled- hot in the 5^wwier and cold in the uiinter. ^ Qdn\inrtratioy\ %a5 high ho^6 af iventueMq 
ifoWina permanent waiBand plumbind. The buiidiridwon is flotumtftt iofiubif). It has 3 to Veo 
u&ed for- a ^hoe factory , a p\Me processing plant and the. Idaho state fynite«tiaru,Hi££>ri<g)nal plans 
ca\\e& for a dK?er\ ou-t houses' and f/r^piaces fer^acii rco*n-rhe erirnmiirationeUMi'fldted th&e*xtm 
experi*^ alonr? oith plans for a fourteenth ^loor. 



As Editors we have tried not to present a too 
personal, biased view of Yeshiva College. We 
realize that as our class graduated, they left with 
ambivalent attitudes toward Yeshiva. We would 
therefore like to conclude this yearbook with a little 
help from you. 



regret 

almost regret 
j [choose one] 



^coming to Yeshiva. 
choice college. I was P erL, 



mV next to last c/lO/Ce College. I W^«; persuaded tn gO 

" draftboard ' never 

hV mV parents . / a/most never WUnd the Adminj- 

stration cooperative. During my four years at 

' no 



never 
almost never 



, _, _ . . . europische traditionalists 

relate to. The Rebbeim were unorthodox eagma^s • they 

. on [choose two] 

turned me _off_ . I had to change my major 

14 Times dosed ° ' ' 

only „.„" times ,, because of —saassiissL— courses in my 

All ' 

major. *&* of the required courses were a 

t • -ri hardly any 

waste or time. There were a f ew electives I 

actually looked forward to. The intellectual environ- 
ment at Y.U. can best be described 

stagnant 

as non-existem On the other hand, the Y. U. social 

bad ' 

environment is worse . As for myself, I might be 

• •_[_• i Yeshiva bochur . 

classified as a Yeshiva bum The Y.U. experience 



expletives deleted. 



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; 



The allocated! budaet lor ^ainteriance- brings & g'rounrfs »« fcoaoooa ^ear. <?f fcfoi5,% w/y 
Spend***) for supplies anJ ^ rest gce& foA printing up re<?**t &>ow. TJ,«« ftr*5 u4Ua!/y 
take about tujo years to be proper^ filled out aid author nei, to it \*> best -toeend fa a#?y 
reflate in your junior tjear of hi$h scWI.sWente rB«/jj ai/a/1 ^^e/«« of any of tin 
tfd'ees ytvicit-usuiaWa because, no o/it K*oix> uteri ]js located- This department hab imfli'mw 
smn\ m\-\tM$*i\M programs at i^hva-The Mod around the dorm f> fen'fc skevfeM |« ^ njfoier- 
%y wait $of -the spring fcnaul.To save energy andl woiW0,ail dorvn rcon^ t\ot*) ha\li Ufl'tdatt bulb* 
TV»e adi/nio/strat'bn turned ^cuin owwifly ofgavintf M ft the uimixr - thtq H\i twenty f/l/« sbxdtffo 
Skepi^ f/i one roowujouldbe a little oMUoMtdflfd te$l«fe$,fcky could o(i(u fit twenftj mdtfam 
in at one ti«« - TVtfij Ufc have metall^ a unique, g/euator sqs+em iVi lixbih-ft mU of\ tk p'tticn 
principle -q& the loot air \rom Patter rm^odo^ khz elector- tfh'th accoartt tyfwHy w devtfof 
operate* m u)dU) it does. rn $t of the sfaW , bete coma io yeshii/a uiorkd &f circuses an* 
the Tombs in N-l The others are retired s+untvnen £row the &|d Thra stooge t..V- shojs. 



Public relation i* really tetic at y{J-^c^U sell used cars io used car <xbt*en Siude** ^o we 



attract A by P£ an* bai/e cyradtiated QU.M 
Waster Bulfctar* t>? Vi/s fthoo|o?>lrcfofce&ire. 



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Si .\) IP *>U DON'T 

V ^?A^itch INTO 
\V_r MOTHER CUM. 



AMU< 



VWtr) very //tt/e encouragement 
anyone who lives within theY.U. 
community is likely to get highly 
emotional on the subject simply 
because our solutions seem so 
close at hand, so obvious, so easy 
but yet so confoundingly 
unattainable. Y. U's story is a 
difficult dose to swallow — the 
people who could do something 
won % and if they did, they 
wouldn 't be the people who could 
do something anymore. Y.U.has 
lived a long time. With a \\™ 
effort, we can all survive J 



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longer ■fta/i •»*»« flfl»«r from c*fr\|ir»q &roi/ncf 
Morrison a/tf Boijol wh«/"<tf«v h« qee^.Ht I»ki5 4* 
b * c*lk4 Vfedtf' b«rt n o^u^ c«||«v^KmucK.. 



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P- 72 Adler, Richard I. 863 Central Ave., Woodmere, N.Y. 
-^6— 295—2764 

'P. 74 Amsel, Norman A. 554 Crenville Ave., Teaneck, N.J. 07666 

^201—836^3007 

: \P: 794 Appleman, Sol 1 Dover Lane, Syosset, N.V. 77797 

•675—927—7779 

P. 795 Balinsky, Michael H. 5620 Palmer Ave., Montreal, Quee., 

Canada 268 574—489—7456 

P. 796 Baskin, Efrom M. 6 Ruth Ct., Monsey, N.Y. 70952 

974—356—7575 

P. 24 Beer, Myron 860 E. 70th St., Brooklyn, NY. 77230 

272— CL2— 7684 

P. 795 Benaim, David c/o Lasry 735 Central Park West, New York, 

N.Y. 10023 212—799—5757 

P. 79 Bergman, Michael I 600 W. 183rd St., New York, N.V. 10033 

212—928—5028 

P. 70 Berkowitz, Ira 2 Bryant Crescent, White Plains, N.Y. 10605 

914— ROl— 8580 

P. 796 Berman, Aaron S. 

P. 67 Bernstein, Charles W. 2766 Bronx Park East, Bronx, N.Y. 

10462 212— JA9— 9247 

P. 33 Bertram, Joshua 1091 E. 57th St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 

212— RN3— 3584 

P. 194 Besdin, Daniel A. 82—46 Lefferts Blvd., Kew Gardens, N.Y. 

211— HI1— 1529 

P. 47 Bieler, Richard C. 48—11 213th St., Bellrose, N.Y. 11364 

212—224—5336 

P. 43 Blackstein, Ken M. 327 Palmer Terr., Mamaroneck, N.Y. 10543- 

914—698—2098 ' 

P. 38 Blank, Abraham H. 2409 E. 70th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 

212—531—3061 

P. 39 Blank, Joseph B. 2409 E. 70th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 

212—531—3061 

P. 59 Bloom, Michael J. 23 Stewart St., Amsterdam, N.Y. 12010 

518—842—7531 

P. 25 Blumenfrucht, Marvin J. 2064 Hering Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10461 

212—828—2247 

P. 60 Blumenthal, Norman N. 102—45 63rd Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 

77375 272—459—3546 

P. 795 Bodner, Mark M. 136—83 72nd Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

212—261—0147 

P. 80 Braten, Michael J. 601 W. 113th St., New York, N.Y. 10025 

212— AC2— 0918 

P. 77 Brickman, Chaim M. 15 Jade Lane, Cherry Hill, N.J. 08034 

609—667—4278 

P. 19 Bruckner, David 1026 W. Broadway, Woodmere, N.Y. 

516—374—4561 

P. 82 Cappell, Kenny W. 99—57 64th Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 77374 

212— JW7— 4082 

P. 65 Garni, Abbe J. 76 Norwood Rd., West Hartford, Conn. 06117 

203—232—3267 

P. 17 Cheskin, Arnold Ford 1 Dorothy Dr., Morristown, N.J. 07960 

974—352—7384 

P. 78 Cohen, Dov 1430 E. ~8th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—376—6266 

P. 63 Cohen, Jay M. 1381 E. 16th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—336—8647 

P. 79 Cooper, Jeffrey F. 802 Dorian Ct., Far Rockaway, N.Y. 77697 

212— 471— 7830 . 

P. 796 Cotliar, Arthur M. 1300 Troy Ave., Frederick, MD. 21701 

301—662—0058 

P. 37 Dachman, Abraham H. 219 Lenox rd., Brooklyn, NY. 11226 

212— BU4— 0905 

P. 27 Dick, Neil C. 2977 Erie St. Racine, Wisconsin 53402 

414—639—8347 

P. 30 Dym, Harry 2457 E. 1st St., Brooklyn, N.V. 77223 

272— DE9— 7697 

P. 797 Ehrman, Robert J. 650 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. 10025 

212—874—6745 

P. 197 Eisenman, Ira H. 23 Mountain Ave., Monsey, N.Y. 10952 

914—356—7688 

P. 60 Epstein, Joseph 377 Mayfair Dr. S., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 

212— RN3— 9054 

P. 798 Erenyi, Zvi 7964 Crand Concourse, New York, N.Y. 10457 

212—872—6355 

,'P. 198 Faber, Albert 102—31 62nd Dr., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 
'212—592—4594 

P. 56 Feder, Larry J. 1031 Bay 24th St., Far Rockaway, N.Y. 77697 

212—471—5223 

P. ,66 Feinstein, Barry 490 W. 187th St., New York, N.Y. 10033 
J212— 795— 9444 

-&.50 Flaum, Mitchell P. 144—18 72nd Rd., Flushing, N.Y. 11367 
372—268—3277 

?r* 797 .fox,. Bryan B. 5955 47th Ave., Woodside Ave., N.Y. 11377 
^..22 Friedman, Bruce J. 805 Orange Drive, Silver Spring, Md. 20901 

P} 197 Friedman, Lenny 141—56 73rd Ave.. Flushing, N.Y. 11367 

^12—263^1839 . 



P. 17 Frischman, Leo L. 505 N. Foothill Rd., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

90210 213—271—8428 

P. 36 Fruchter, Harold O. 122 First St., Troy, N.Y. 12180 

518—272—6629 

P. 197 Fuchs, Fred 2107 Wallace Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10462 

212— SY2— 0994 

P. 74 Fuchs, Moses L. 804 E. 178th St., New York, N.Y. 10046 

212— LU7— 3336 

P. 76 Fuld, Leonard M. 45 Fairview Ave., New York, N.Y. 10040 

212—567—1028 

P. 198 Cettinger, Daniel P. 635 W. 174th St., New York, N.Y. 10033 

212—928—6761 

P. 76 Cildin, Norman B. 7730 Eastern Ave. N.W., Washington, DC. 

20012 202—829—0260 

P. 57 Codick, Elliott S. 76—07 168th St., Flushing, N.Y. 11366 

212—591—8058 

P. 31 Cold, Martin 5422 Clenwood Rd. Bklyn, N.Y. 11234 

212— CL1— 3048 

P. 42 Goldstein, Jeff S. 94—45 86th Rd., Woodhaven/ N.Y. 11421 

212—849—3250 

P. 49 Gordon, Daniel Y. 823 Ave. J., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—338—6273 

P. 40 Greenberg, William R. 820 NE 175th St., N. Miami Beach, 

Fla. 33162 305—651—4643 

P. 18 Greene, Alan J. 2540 Bayswater Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y. 

77697 212—471—7260 

P. 55 Gross, Irwin M. 3647 Grosvenor Rd., Cleveland Hts., Ohio 

44118 216— 321— 4729 

P. 194 Cross, Joel M. 5 Razel Ave., Spring Valley, N.Y. 10977 

914—356—4386 

P. 54 Grossman, Israel C. 1526 49th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 

212—494—7016 

P. 195 Grunberger, Steven N. 2539 Milton Rd., University Heights, 

Ohio 44118 216—321—3477 

P. 27 Hanfling, Marc 1215 E. 73rd St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 

212—696—3154 

P. 34 Hartstein, Stanley 2624 E. 11th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11235 

212— SH3— 7083 

P. 70 Hollander, Ira J. 211—15 Richland Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11364 

212— HOB— 8650 

P. 67 Horwitz, Ben 490 W. 187th St., New York, N.Y. 10033 

212—795—9444 

P. 197 Jablon, Marc H. 102—32 63rd Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

212—169—2192 

P. 37 Jacob, Harold 141—60 84th Rd., Jamaica, N.Y. 11435 

212—847—8618 

P.-.38 Joseph, Jeffrey 5656 Callowhill St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206 

412—361—5926 

P. 76 Kaabe, Jonathan D. 3 Elinore Ave., Elberon, N.J. 07740 

201—222—0007 

P. 66 Kaabe, Michael S. 3 Elinore Ave., Elberon, N.J. 07740 

201—222—0007 

P. 53 Kahan, Nathan 180 Ft. Pleasant Ave., Springfield, Mass., 

01108 413—736—5220 

P. 23 Kahn, Harvey 4905 Kent Ave., Montreal 252 Quebec, Can. 

514—737—6632 

P. 65 Kaminetsky, Bernard 67—119 Burns St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 

11375 212—261—6592 

P. 77 Kamlet, Lyle S. 2600 Davidson Ave., New York, N.Y. 70468 

272— F07— 7213 

P. 28 Kanarek, Leonard M. 860 East 13, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—252—3125 

P. 799 Kanner, Dov 34 Hillside Ave., New York, N.Y. 10040 

212—569—2112 

P. 64 Kaplan, Allan S. 57 Westchester Dr., Attleboro, Mass. 02703 

617—222—7196 

P. 55 Katz, Arthur S. 71 Helena Ave., Yonkers, N.Y. 10710 

974—967—5888 

P. 59 Kaufman, Alan S. 7647 E. 24th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

212—951—6798 

P. 64 Keilson, Marshall J. 2554 Mott Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y. 

11691 212—327—3022 

P. 58 Klein, Michael S. 2100 Walton Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10453 

212— CY5— 5826 

P. 27 Kochanowitz, Barry J. 75 Montgomery St., New York, N.Y. 

10002 212—233—5186 

P. 42 Kolat, David H. 42 Howland Jr., Worcester, Va. 01602 

617— 758— 4397 

P. 799 Korenblit, Mory H. 7049 East 72th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212— CL8— 7274 

P. 62 Kraut, Lawrence 65—38 770th St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

212— IL9— 2768 

P. 20 Krug, John A. 2810 Smith Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21209 

301—653—9146 

P. 48 Kaupka, Solomon I. 1675 East 21st St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11210 

212— CL2— 4547 

P 198 I nub. Irving ). 105—21 63rd Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 



212— TW6— 1431 

P. 73 Lauier. Leon R. Lake Hayward Rd., Colchester, Conn. 06415 

203—537—2165 

P. 197 Leibowitz, Jeffrey A. 33—43 14th St., Long Island City, N.Y. 

11106 212— YE2— 0378 

P. 46 Lemer, Phillip J. 79 Stonehill Rd., RD. #2 Dover, N.J. 07801 

201—584—5698 

P. 47 Levitt. Randy H. 65—72 Ellwell Crescent, Rego Park, N.Y. 

11374 212—459—2242 

P. 62 Lifschitz, Judah 105—43 65th Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

212—897—7044 

P. 40 Lipschitz, Sander E. 1120 N.E. 165th Terr., N. Miami Beach, 

Fla. 33162 305—944—2544 

P. 87 Lutwak, Seymour 

P. 47 Litwack, Alan D. 935 Kirkwood, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

613—729—4653 

P. 41 Malitzky, Larry 61—31 217th St., Bayside, N.Y. 11364 

212—428—0087 

P. 43 Mandel, Steven H. 23 Whitehill Dr., West Hartford, Conn. 

06117 203—236—2210 

P. 43 Marcus, Saul I. 11 Curtis Ave., West Orange, N.J. 07052 

201—736—4625 J4H 

P. 68 Margolies, Aaron 121 Maple Street, Bangor, Maine 04401 

P. 194 Marks, Cibert S. 4106 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. 23221 

804—353—3378 

P. 77 Metz, Dennis M. 225 Regent Dr., Lido Beach, N.Y. 11561 

516—432—0386 

P. 26 Miller, David M. 39 Kenwood Park, Springfield, Mass. 01108 

413—733—2458 

P. 23 Miller, Louis H. 5050 Wynnefield Ave. Phila, Pa. 19131 

P. 75 Musman, Monroe L. 62—60 99th St. Rego Park, N.Y. 11374 

212—897—8026 

P. 33 Neiman, Jeffrey C. 635 E. 82nd St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11236 

212— HI4— 8169 

P. 71 Neumark, Avery E. 101 Central Park West, New York, N.Y. 

10023 212—787—7563 

P. 78 Newman, Norman 181 B. 129th St., Belle Harbor, N.Y. 11694 

212—945—0266 

P. 193 Nussebaum, David N. 56 Bennett Ave., New York, N.Y. 10033 

212— WA7— 2284 

P. 194 Offenbacher, Nathan 451 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. 

10024 212—877—9130 

P. 51 Orbach, Joseph C. 600 W. 183rd St., New York, N.Y. 10033 

212—923—5668 

P. 52 Orlinsky, Jay I. 1733 47th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11204 

212—871—7999 

P. 35 Peters, Harry 715 N.E. 178th Terrace, N. Miami Beach, Fla. 

33162 305—651—1167 * 

P. 45 Reich, Michael 417 Grand Street, New York, N.Y. 10002 

212—533—6676 

P. 199 Rotter, Irv. L. 144—37 38th Ave., Flushing, N.Y. 11354 

212—762—0271 

P. 79 Ruchelsman, Manny 1440 42nd St., Brooklyn, NY. 11219 

212—436—5066 

P. 199 Saffir, Max I. 5257 No. St. Louis Ave., Chicago, III. 60625 

312—267—2728 

P. 198 Sasson, Victor 704 Avenue T., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11223 

212—375—3885 

P. 197 Schacher, Henry S. 1055 Walton Ave. Bronx, N.Y. 10452 

212—537—6083 

P. 44 Schafter, Sylvan J. 11 Ft. George Hill, New York, N.Y. 10040 

212— L07— 1220 

P. 44 Shaffren, Stuart C. 3502 Hull Ave. Bronx, N.Y. 70467 

212—882—6096 

P. 796 Schlissel, Martin 1711 Morris Ave., Bronx, New York 10457 

212— CY9— 8783 

P. 195 Schloss, Louis 8810 Lanier Drive, Silver Spring, Md. 20910 

589—3078 

P. 56 Schlusselberg, Mark 1428 East 102nd St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11236 

212—241—8281 

P. 32 Schneider, Herbert J. 1344 E. 10th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—336—9038 

P. 30 Schoss, Sanford W. 1312 57th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 

272—877—9629 

P. 68 Schranz, Irwin 120—3 Coop City Blvd., Bronx, N.Y. 10475 

212—379—7579 

P. 22 Schulman, Fred Z. 467 Langley Ave., W. Hempstead, N.Y. 

77552 576— IV3— 0664 

P. 67 Schwartz, Joshua, J. 110 Midwood Rd., Teaneck, N.J. 07666 

201—833—0189 

P. 20 Schwarz, Mark 779 Crove St., No. Plainfield, N.J. 07060 

201—757—5851 

P. 57 Seidman, Myron 79—34 209th St., Bayside, N.Y. 11364 

272—465—2755 

P. 799 Serkin, David 837 Dickinson Drive, Binghamton, N. Y. 13903 

607—729—3235 

P. 44 Shaffren, Stuart C. 3502 Hull Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10467 

212—882—6096, 



P. 198 Shapiro, David A.. 666 W. 188th St., New York, N.Y. 10040 

212—927—9172 

P. 58 Shar, Robert S. 81 N. Merkle Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43209 

614—231—2879 

P. 197 Silver, Ahron B. 2921 N. 2nd Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 17110 

717—234—6427 

P. 796 Silverberg, Jeffrey D. 802 Wilkie Drive, Charleston, W. Va. 

25314 304—346—3496 

P. 36 Simkovic, Robert K. 65—81 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, N.Y. 

77365 212—591—0557 

P. 29 Sinnreich, Abe 27 Connecticut Ave. Long Beach, N.Y. 

516—431—6387 

P. 57 Sklar, Jonathan 365 Broadway, Lawrence, N.Y. 11559 

576—239—4679 

P. 34 Slivko, Sid J. 406 Wolf St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19148 

215—389—2083 

P. 67 Stein, Reynold 490 W. 187th St., New York, N.Y. 10033 Apt. 5J 

272—787—7463 

P. 35 Steiner, Joseph M. 3925 Bushnell Rd., University Hts., Ohio 

44118 216—932—8982 

P. 32 Stern, Alon A. 42 Hatichon St., Neve-Shaanan, Haifa, Israel 

04—222—539 

P. 21 Stern, Marvin F. 2033 24th Ave. E., Seattle, Wash. 98112 

206—324—6085 

P. 195 Strahl, David E. 100—35 67th Dr., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 

212—897—0805 

P. 39 Straus, Moshael J. 1515 49th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 

212—494—9711 

P. 78 Sukenik, Moshe M. 2820 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, Florida 

Y4Ps Ri377 

P. 73 Sussman, Victor 60 Warren St., New London, Conn 06320 

203—442—7496 

P. 194 Tannenbaum, Elliot B. 12 Eilish Pkwy, Spring Valley, N.Y. 

914—362—2440 

P. 193 Tarko, Mark B. 1233 S. Sherbourne, Los Angeles, Calif. 90035 

213—272—7289 

P. 72 Thaler, David 10 Kehilat Zion — Merzalia, Israel 

P. 31 Tobias, Charles J. 1558 East 8th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—376—4106 

P. 48 Traube, Sheldon S. 2673 E. 28th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11235 

212—743—5729 

P. 25 Tuchman, Nachum 102 E. Walnut St., Long Beach, N.Y. 11561 

516—432—4364 

P. 41 Twersky, Baruch J. 620 North Serrano Ave., Los Angeles, 

Calif. 90004 273—663—5066 

P. 49 Urkowitz, Mark E. 1435 40th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218 

212— TR1— 4262 

P. 799 Vogel, Nathan 2808 Mayfield Rd., Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

4418 216—932—5043 

P. 28 Vogel, Simeon S. Jerusalem, Israel 

P. 29 Wargon, Morris 1224 E. 58th St., Bklyn, N.Y. 11234 

272— RN3— 3520 

P. 80 Weinberger, Leonard A. 1355 49th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11240 

'212— UL3— 9445 

P. 45 Weinberger, Philip E. 170 Passaic Ave., Passaic, N.J. 07055 

201—472—9855 

P. 75 Weiss, Jack D. 884 West End Ave., New York, New York 10025 

212—222—7314 

P. 198 Weiss, Jacob S. 1321 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 

305—538—5401 

P. 81 Weiss, Mitchell I. 937 East 12th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

212—253—5289 

P. 54 Weissler, Harold, J. 665 Thwaites Place, Bronx, N.Y. 10467 

212—867—4696 

P. 24 Weitzman, Howard 1470 East 4th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11223 

212— NI5— 4663 

P. 53 Wexler, Shaya D. 76 Berrian Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y. 10804 

914—235—0004 

P. 82 Wilzig, David J. 713 Avenue H. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

272—859—4634 

P. 797 Wind, Leo A. 2537 E. 13th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11235 

P. 69 Winter, Steven L. 72 Wadsworth Terr, New York, N.Y. 10040 

212—781—5257 

P. 69 Wolfson, Mitchell Quentin Rd., Bklyn, N.Y. 

P. 26 Wolk, Howard S. 18 Daisy Lane, Commack, N.Y. 11725 

516—864—5142 

P. 52 Yasgur, Benjamin 23—57 143 St., Whitestone, N.Y. 11357 

P. 76 Zaret, Phillip H. 2907 W. Gregory, Chicago, III. 60625 

312—728—0468 

P. 796 Zdanowitz, Joel i. 7117 E. 88th St r , Brooklyn, N.Y.-11236 

212—531—0746 

P. 46 Ziffer, Lawrence M. 1755 Eastern Pkwy./ Schenectady, N.Y. 

12309 518—374—4792 

P. 195 Zinn, Daniel L. 202 E. Keim Dr., Phoenix, Ariz, 85012 

602—277—3165 

P. 63 Zlotnick, Alexander 104 Brightwater Court, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

11235 212—891—0837 



Yeshiva University Committee on Ceremonial Occasions 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION 
as of September 1973, January 1974, and June 1974 



The University Committee on Ceremonial Occasions is pleased to inform you that the Forty-Third Annual Commence- 
ment Exercises will take place on Thursday, June 6, 1974, at 10:00 a.m. at the Danciger Campus, Amsterdam Avenue 
and 185th Street, New York. 

This kit is to be filed by all students who expect to be candidates for degrees as of September 1973, January 1974, or 
June 1974. (The receipt of this kit does NOT mean that you are receiving your degree. It is YOUR responsibility 
to ascertain from the Office of the Registrar whether or not you have fulfilled all the degree requirements. If you are 
taking courses at another institution for credit at Yeshiva, remember that an official transcript with all your grades 
must be received by the Registrar prior to the degree date.) 

WHETHER OR NOT you expect to participate in the June 1974 Commencement Exercises, the enclosed forms must 
be submitted by the following dates: 

Candidates for graduation as of September 16, 1973 — by August 1, 1973 
Candidates for graduation as of January 31, 1974 — by November 1, 1973 
Candidates for graduation as of June 6, 1974 — by March 1, 1974 

Students whose applications for degrees are rejected for any reason will be notified by the Office of the Registrar and 
must reapply for the term in which they expect to complete all requirements. 

There is a $25 Graduation Fee which must be paid to the Office of Student Finances by all degree candidates. (Do NOT 
include the fee with your application, send it directly to the Office of Student Finances. Most undergraduates have paid 
this fee at registration. Students who are receiving a doctoral degree should also note that there is a special doctoral fee 
in addition to the graduation fee.) The Graduation Fee remains valid for four consecutive semesters and need not be paid 
again unless more than two years elapse between payment and award of degree. In addition, all students should check 
that their records with the library are clear, and that they have no outstanding financial obligations to the University. 

Diplomas will be mailed according to the following schedule: 

September 16, 1973 - by January 31, 1974 
January 31, 1974 - by June 6, 1974 
June 6, 1974 - by September 15, 1974 

A student who needs proof of an award of a degree need not wait for his diploma for this purpose but can request a 
certificate of graduation, available without charge from the Office of the Registrar. 

If you have any questions regarding requirements for graduation, get in touch with the Registrar at the campus of the 
University which you attend (Main, Midtown, or Graduate). 

If you have any questions regarding Commencement, get in touch with: 

Tickets Other Questions 

Mrs. Ellen Orbach Commencement Desk 

Room 401, Furst Hall Room 125, Furst Hall 

500 West 185th Street 500 West 185th Street 

New York, N.Y. 10033 New York, N.Y. 10033 

(212) 568-8400, ext. 285 (212) 568-8400, ext. 274 

FORMS: All degree applicants must file the Application for Degree form. This form is used to order a diploma and to 
list your name in the program. IF YOU EXPECT TWO DEGREES OR DIPLOMAS YOU MUST FILL OUT TWO 
SEPARATE APPLICATIONS. In addition all applicants must complete the Personal Information Form and the first section 
of the General Information Form. Those applicants planning to attend the Commencement Exercises in June should fill out 
the appropriate section of the General Information Form to order their academic attire, and include a self-addressed 
envelope for their tickets. Please print or type all information. Failure to provide all the information requested in this kit 
may mean that your application cannot be processed. 

Form G0.1 (6/73)