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WELCOME TO DW IGHT


STEPHEN H. S P A H N , H e a d m a s t e r D artm o u th C o lle g e , B.A.; O x fo r d University, C o lu m b ia University, M .A .

M E M O R IE S 1 9 7 5 Ripples fro m the faces in t h e corridors. Circles in the m e m o r y o f my m ind; La u gh te r f a d i n g into silence, A qui et p o o l d e e p inside; S l o w l y y o u r tears o f u nc ert ai nt y. W a s h e d a w a y , m i n g l e d with Sp rin g; Faces reflecting in the prism o f m y mind; Footsteps echoing d o w n the h a l lw a y s . T en der w a r m , intense, electric. Circles in the m e m o r y o f my mind.


OFFICE

T O THE CLASS O F 7 5 . . . I h ave not a lw a y s shown it, b ut I w a n t yo u to k n o w th a t I h a v e a lw a y s h a d y o u r best interest a t h eart. W e h a v e know n some o f yo u fo r six y e a rs a n d some o f yo u fo r a lesser tim e; but in o u r b rie f en co u n te r, yo u h a v e beco m e p a r t o f o ur life. M y p erson al best wishes

and

p ra y e rs

go

w ith

you.

I

k n o w yo u w ill continue to m a k e us p ro u d . H e le n E. H arm s

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DEAR S E N IO R S , W e shared a journey. I w as p riv ile g e d to kn o w you fo r a p a r t o f the w a y , so now "F ro m a ll blindness of heart; from p rid e , v a in g lo ry , a n d hypocrisy; from en vy, h a tre d , a n d m alice, a n d a ll uncharitab len ess," m a y w e continue our journey. Doris B. Post

T O THE S E N IO R CLASS — C E N T E N N IA L YEAR 1 9 75 You a r e in d e e d a p riv ile g e d g ro u p to c a rry the insignia o f " D W I G H T " on y o u r e d u c a tio n a l resume', fo r it has stood the test o f tim e fo r ex ce llen ce not o n ly in scholastic accom plishm ents, b ut in cultural, a th letic a n d social superiority. M rs. E lea n o r M o rto n


MR. E D W A R D F. ENGLE—Ass/sfant He adma sfer W illia m s C o lle g e , B.A.

The D w igh t School Senior Class has come to know an d ap p rec iate M r. Engle over

the

fo u r-yea r

course

of

our

high

school career. As a disciplinarian, he has tau g h t us how to conduct ourselves os his yo u ng er partners in the learning exp e ri­ ence. As a guidance c o u n s e l o r , he has monitored our efforts to achieve our college goals.

The

students fortunate

enough

to

have had him in class have traced with him the course o f Am erican History an d deve lo p ed with him sound interpretation of Constitutional Law. Advisor, Teacher, Friend —he has alw ays listened, even when all he h eard was an o th e r problem , for him. Thank you, M r. Engle. W e LOVE you!


ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

MR. PAUL HILL

This y e a r th e English D e p a rtm e n t h a t tw o m ajor a dd itio ns in th e Dwight School curriculum. They have in trod u ced a n English ' O ' Level course, by London University, so t h a t th e Sopho m ores w ere a b l e to e x p e r i足 en ce a d ifferen t ty p e of test. On t h e In足 itiative of m em bers of th e English De足 p a r t m e n t th e W a d h a m Society w as a d d e d to p ro m ote cultural a n d social events th r o u g h o u t the school. The society aims a t involving t h e whole school community in activities like t h e Elizabethan Evening, poetry, folk evening a n d o utside visits. Next y e a r t h e m em bers of th e society a r e h op in g for g r e a t e r participatio n by the students, to m ak e a goocf thing better.


MATH DEPARTMENT t u m n

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MRS. JO A N JO NES MR. KEVIN MADDEN

MRS. BARBARA AURIEMMA


SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

MR. STUART NAYLOR

MRS. A N N P. REINES

This y e a r the Science D e p a r t ­ m ent has c h a n g e d

in various

w ays. O n e o f the changes w as th e b eg in n in g o f a new course ca lle d

M e d ic a l

Biology.

The

course has g iven the students a n ew o utlo o k into the m edic al profession

th ro ug h

C y to lo g y ,

Biochemistry,

studies

P ath ­

in

o lo g y , Im m u n o lo g y a n d

much

m ore. A n o th e r c h a n g e th a t has come a b o u t is th e methods o f

m

tea c h in g . The Science D e p a r t­ m ent has tried to g e t the stu­ dents to think in a m ore scien­ tific

w ay,

m em o rizing

th an a ll

h avin g the

them

d e ta ile d

points. A n o th e r new course is Earth Science.

MR. HUGH STEPHENSON

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LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT

DR. ELAINE A. CHAMBART — French

MADAME GERSCHEL — French

Connais- toi toi- m em e, Por Favor!

MRS. JO A N M O N A H A N — Latin

MISS STEPHANIE M. RYAN — Spanish

d a t a f u a e possim p r a e p a n d e r e lumina m en fi res q u ibu s occulfas penifu s convisere possis. Lucretius, De Rerum N a fu r a

Culfivo una rosa hla n ca , en julio como en en ero p a ra el am'igo sincero q u e me d a su m ono franco. — Jose Marti


HISTORY DEPARTMENT

DR. RUSSELL ELLIOTT

MR. WILLIAM MEYERS

D w ight school has become stronger in their History D e partm ent than ever before. M r. M eyers, w ho cam e to us only last y e a r, has b rought with him a style th at has m a de Eco足 nomics a n d Urban Sociology more exciting. M r. Engle has been teaching constitutional la w for some time an d each y e a r the seniors leave Dw ight with a fresh outlook. M r. Engle a rra n g e d his courses in a w a y th at the stu足 d en t can't help but becom e involved.

D o cto r Elliott has b een tea ch in g the students A m erican History an d has a rra n g e d trips for the students such as a visit to St. John's C a th e 足 d ra l an d films ab o u t the Civil W a r . The His足 tory D epartm e n t has set up a contest similar to the C a m erer Essay. Each History student was asked to write a

research p a p e r concerning

the w ork they have done during the year. I h o p e th e contest w ill b eco m e a tra d itio n a n d b ro ad en the interest in History in future years.

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MR. EDWARD ENGLE


MR. WILLIAM CLOSE

MISS BARBARA YETERIAN

MR. PATRIK WILLIAMS

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DRAMA

This y e a r the a rt d ep artm en t has begun a set of mural designs for room 13's walls.

D w ight Actors C o m p an y was very e x ­ citing a n d successful under the director­

MUSIC D w ig h t has seen a g r e a t m a n y music teachers come an d go, b e c a u s e they lacked the everlasting D w igh t spirit. W h e n M r. Close cam e to us he had a lre a d y set his mind to stay, a n d he has. M r. Close

This new

a

ship o f Patrik J. W illiam s. The emphasis

g re a te r interest from the students than ever before. Since Miss Yeterian came to

idea

has

a lre a d y

brought

was on active participation. Every aspect of the th eater was included. There w ere

D w ight, the students have been given a

student business m anagers,

signers, stage m anagers, p ro gram design­

N ext

chance to w ork with stained glass w in­ dows, silk screen printing alo n g with

y e a r M r. Close has plans to form a group

studies in the construction of the human

of select singers to

figure.

the D ram a d ep artm en t has g ained more interest b y the students th an ev er b e fo re .

develop ed the G le e C lub to the point w here e n t h u s i a s m a m o n g the low er grades

events.

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tremendous. perform

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future

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G O O D EVENING, LADIES A N D GENTLEMEN.

This is Rona Barrett, r ep o rtin g for WXlfZ News. The setting is St. J o h n 's Hall, a n d th e occasion is t h e Tenth Reunion of the Dwight School G r a d u a t i n g Class o f 1975. A nd w h a t a n occasion it is! N e v e r h as such on illustrious g r o u p of p e o p le all b e l o n g e d to o n e high-school g r a d u a t i n g class. Pulling up now, in his custom LTD with t h e horn t h a t recites S h a k e s p e a r e (William, J.), is Ronald Ja s p a n , w ho has d e v e lo p e d " J a s p a n N o te s " — t o d a y 's a n s w e r to t h e n o w - a n tiq u a te d " M o n a rc h N o tes " which w e r e so p o p u l a r with Ronnie w hen h e w a s a b oy — into a million-dollar business em pire. A cco m pan y­ ing Ronald is J a n e P. Kluger, w e a r in g th e very latest in moonsuits (naturallyl). J a n e , as you all doubtless know, has achieved celebrity statu s a s a B a rb a r a S treisan d im p erso n ato r. W alking up t h e block now, in a fairly obvious effort t o cu rb inflation, is Ehud Schmidt, w ho has (following in Uncle Helmut's footsteps?) b e c a m e a w orld-fam ous n u clear physicist in t h e time he w as a b l e t o s p a r e from his duties as a to ur-g u id e for t h e Israeli Travel Service. Bopping off t h e First A venu e bus just bey o n d Ehud, with a " y o u n g " unidentifie d girl, is B o b b y (Get-Down) Schagrin, w ho is th e Ninth G r a d e g ro u p i e c o o r d in a to r for "Kool a n d th e G a n g . " Entering th e hall right a f t e r Bobby is Celia Rae, r e n o w n ed d irecto r of P*A*N*I*C, t h e helpline for p e o p l e disp osed to g o b a n a n a s u n d e r th e least possible a m o u n t of tension. Celia is also t h e alum ni advisor fo r t h e D wighf (Once-in-a-Blue-Moon) Planet, Park in g th eir bicycles outside t h e hall o r e J o e Sacco a n d R a n d y Koleser, just b ack from t h e teny e a r trip a r o u n d th e world th ey e m b a r k e d up o n im m ediately a f t e r th eir com m encem ent exercises. The sin g ular individual in t h e tulip costume, climbing off h er pogo-stick, must be n o n e o t h e r t h a n Lori Rosner, w ho has b eco m e c e l e b r a t e d a s a n e x am proctor, lo r i recently m a d e history by surpassing her own record — turn in g in 67 stu den ts on ch a rg e s of ch eatin g on a n exam fo r which only 6 6 stud ents sat. Carolyn Beafus is now en terin g St. Jo h n 's Hall. Caro lyn is t h e inventor ot th e smoking-detection m achine so widely used in school lav ato ries across t h e country. Pulling up beh ind her in his N azi ta n k , a n d ste p p in g out in his SS r e g a l i a , is n o n e o th e r t h a n N ic k y Brooks, whose new b oo k H o w to Drive Your W i f e S traight Up t h e W a l l W ith Your S n id e , Cynic al, a n d Caustic Com m en ts, h as just achieved its 38th w eek on t h e best-seller list. The celebrities o r e coming o n thick a n d fast; Right beh in d Nicholas is Sue S a h lm a n , t h e well-known m o d e r n -d a y Da Vinci. W h e n Sue isn't p a intin g , she can b e fo u n d in th e d e e p e r recesses of h e r studio — d e sig n in g the w e d g ie s which a r e such a hot ticket in h er own platform -shoe store. Michael Blass is sa u n terin g d o w n th e street, giving very little evidence of fa t i g u e a f t e r having a r g u e d a n d won t h e P e p p erm in t Park C a se b efo re t h e S u pre m e Court. Michael's classic d e fe n se of Harlem G lo b e t r o tte r Darren King secured th e f ree d o m of his form er classm ate a f t e r his a r r a ig n m e n t on ch a rg e s of having p o u r e d a b lack 'n ' white sod a o ver o n over-a nxious a u t o g r o p h -h o u n d . Bill W a t c h m a n has just m a n e u v e re d his M ustang 3 6 u p in fro n t of th e school, t h e r e b y setting to rest t h e malicious rumors t h a t t h e o w n er-p resid en t-m an ag er-etc. of W atc h m a n W ines Ltd. c a n 't be curbed . Right on Bill's heels — on their bicycle-built-for tw o — a r e " C o u p le of The Y e a r" Karyn Feder a n d Gil Lazarus. Karyn a n d Gil, w h o 'v e b e e n in s e p a r a b l e since Twelfth G r a d e , hove sta rte d th e ir own chain of Unisex Stores, th o u g h clearly of Opise xes. G in a B/oome is p ark in g t h e c a r given to her by her uncle in N ew Jersey (or w as it Florida?). G in a — affectionately known a s Motor-Mouth to h er friends — is a gossip columnist on a rival network to Yours Truly's. O n G in a 's heels, h ere comes Jo h n G o ld en th a l, t h e c e l e b r a t e d rock pianist just bock from his record setting M on g o lian to u r with his g r o u p " J o h n 's B a n d." Jo h n is also the p resid en t of th e a p tly -n am ed com p an y " J o h n 's C o m p a n y ," t h e counseling service for y oung y e a r b o o k editors. Right beh in d Jo h n is Liz (Betty) Zaf f , trail-blazing first-ever f em ale Commissioner of th e NYC D ep artm en t of Porks. Liz, anxious as ev er to nreserve r-|| of America's n o t" r a l resources, is w earin g a dress of synthetic orlon. Falling up the steps — th rown off by his a t t e m p t to walk a n d tie his tie a t t h e some time — is A n d y S a w y er, who a m azin g ly e n o u g h is w e a r in g t h e som e p a i r of p an ts in which he w as g r a d u a t e d from Dwight ten y ears a g o . This, in spite of t h e fact t h a t A nd y has m a d e millions on his prod u ct "E tern a l Smile" — th e ultim ate in d e n t u r e adhesives, Henry Ettinger is also ar riving a t the Hall. Henry, who w en t th r o u g h his college c a r e e r without u tteran ce excep t for t h e expression " s h o e h o r n , " is t h e p o p u l a r new p resid en t of "S ilence is G o l d e n ," m an u factu rers of cough-syrup. Allison W o l f is th e next t o arrive, having carefully checked her h oroscope this mornin g to m ak e sure t h a t a reu nion w a s in her stars. Allison is t h e a u t h o r of her own syndicoted astro lo g y column, "Allison's Syn d icated Astrology C olum n." Jim Rubin, resid en t f u n ny m an , has just pulled up to St. Jo h n 's on his Mattel Bigwheel, w e a r in g a l a m p s h a d e on his h e a d (How a d o r a b l e ! ) Jim is much in d e m a n d on talk sliows these d ay s, ev er since his "C o s t a Rican Jok e Book" was p ublished. A n d r e a W o l k e n b e r g , w ho has e a r n e d Ph.D's in Biology, Physics, Calculus, Chemistry, a n d asso rted o th e r subjects, has just to k e n her seat. W h en A n d r e a isn't learn in g she o p e r a t e s a story-swapping club for p e o p le w ho back in high school d e v e lo p e d a neurotic aversion to stories a b o u t uncles a n d o th er relatives in Florida a n d o th e r places. Donna Contort! is walking up th e block now, w e a r in g a turtleneck (lest she b um p into Mr. Engle). Donna, w ho is a m o n g o th e r things the business (binezz?) e d ito r of El D/an'o, recently published h er first bo o k — d e d i c a t e d to the Dwight Faculty — Donna F ortunado's Snitty Comments. John Roberts a n d M a tt Forst, both from Downtown, h av e just d r ib b le d in. Lifelong bud d ies, Jo h n a n d M a tt recently c o lla b o r a te d on a new hit version of "N inety -n ine Bottles of Beer on t h e W a l l " which sold over ten copies (11, to b e exact). And now, it must be time to e n te r t h e hall a n d let th e festivities b e g in . But . . . I've co u n ted only 2 7 alums, a n d my notes fell me t h a t 28 w ere g r a d u a t e d in th e Class of '75. Ah, of course; h ere she is. Shoron "B etter Late th a n N e v e r " G r e e n b e r g , who is running up Fir^t A venue towel-drying h er hair. As you know, S h a r o n 's invention — a clock which au to m atically sets itself a h e a d or b ack o n e hour, every time Daylight S avings comes in o r g oes out — has m a d e her a multi-millionnaire. There she goes, nipping into St. Jo h n 's. And so, let us b egin . . .


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moi

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is n o a c c i d e n t . "


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d ifferen ce

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name

The soul a n d th oughts are

exact.

B u t , s k e p t ic s s a y it c a n ' t h a p p e n . A 4 y u n c o n s c io u s s a y s

Y o u a r e me.

M y

aw aken ing

I w as here

says

before;

B u t n o t in this e x is t e n c e . Y o u r p r e v i o u s li f e Is m y f o u r t h

dim ension.

I relive y o u r past.

34


JA N E

KLUGER N O W

VJ L

0 th —G lee Club, D ram a Society, Honor Roll. 1th—Glee Club, Dram a Society, Honor Roll, N atio n al Honor Society. 2 th —Drama Society, Honor Roll, N atio n al Honor Society

THEN

NEVER THE

POWER

U N D E R E S T IM A T E OF A

W O M A N !!!


" T h i s a b o v e a l l : t o f b i n e o w n s e lf b e t r u e . A n d it m u s t f o l l o w a s t h e n i g h t , t h e d a y . T h o u c a n s ' t n o t t h e n b e f a l s e to a n y m a n / ' — S hakespeare—

Polonius' a d v ic e to son L aertes

AND Y

SAW YER

10th—J.V. Basketball,

n t h —Varsity Soccer. 12th—Varsity Soccer (Co-Captain), Y ear Book.


n i l m

m

" S e v e r a l h o u r s o r s e v e r a l y e a r s o f w a i t i n g is a l l t h e s a m e v / h e n y o u h a v e lost t h e illu s io n o f b e in g E te rn a l." — J e a n -P a u l S arte

SHARON

GREENBERG

lO th —Tennis, C h e e rl e a d in g , Honor Roll, n t h —Tennis, Honor Roll. 12th—Tennis, Volleyball, Literary M a g a z in e .

- ^

A

. C

l

A O v O

37


G IL

LAZARUS

''S e e p a g e From D e e p B lack, B ri t fl e E x p e r i m e n t s W h i c h F a ile d A n d Transform ations Too H a r d To Find. " I W a s 1 0th —Varsity Basketball, Rugby Teams in London. 11th—Varsity Basketball, Rugby Teams in London.

O v e r c o m e A n d T u r n e d To R e d " Dusters Dust B e c a m e The S a le L u c i f e r T h e L ig h t. A Restless M o t i o n C a m e T o M o v e A n d T h e n S u b s i d e . In Endless K n o c k in g A t The D o o r It's T i m e . " — T yran ny & M u tatio n B. O . C .


K A R

Y N

G oodbyes are hard F

W h e n m ean t forever

E

L e a v in g fe a r - s fa in e d eyes

D E R

a n d hollov/ hearts. Though som eday w e m a y m eet a g a in Th at which

has been

W i l l b e lost a n d f o r g o t t e n T h e p a r t o f o u r lives That w e shared R e m a i n s o n l y in t h e d istorted m em ories o f o u r minds. — K. F.

' W h a t A L o n g , S t r a n g e T r i p It's B e e n . " — THE D E A D

H e W h o T a lk s M o re

T h a n H e Listens

Is M a d e D e a f By His O w n

Tongue.

H e W h o A c t s L ik e S h e e p Is S u r e T o Be E aten

By W o lf.

— C hing C h o w

C om ics

1973

9 t h —Volleyball, G lee Club, Tutoring, Honor Roll. 10th—V olleyball G le e Club, C h e e rle o d in g , Tutoring, H onor Roll. 11 t h —Volleyball, Y earb o ok , Tutoring, Honor Roll. 12th—Y e a rb o o k , Tutoring, Honor Roll.

1972


9 fh—Varsity lOfh—Varsity 11th —Varsity 12 th —Varsity

Soccer, J.V. Basketball, N e w s p a p e r , Honor Roll Soccer, J.V. Basketball, N e w s p a p e r , Honor Roll Soccer, Explorers Club. Soccer co-captain. Honor Roll.


H E N R Y

E T T I N G E R

9 th —N e w s p a p e r . 10th —Varsity Basketball, N e w s p a p e r . 1 1th —Varsity Basketball, N atio n al Honor Society, S cholar Athlete A w a r d , Honor Roll. 12th—Varsity Soccer, C o ach of Mini J.V. Basketball, N a tio n a l Honor Society.


I T 'S N O T A L L T H A T

BAD

. . .


43


SENIOR CLASS

Top Row: Forst, M.; Schmidt, E. Bottom Row: Rae, C.; Brooks, N.; Conforti, D.; W atc h m a n , W.

Top Row: Blass, M.; Sacco, J.; Koleser, R.; J a s p a n , R. Bottom Row: W o lk e n b e r g , A.; Lazarus, G.; F eder, K.; S chagrin, R.


OF 1975

Top Row: Zaff, L-; Beatus, C. Bottom Row: Bloofne^ G.; Kluger, J.; Ettinger, H.; Rubin^ J.

S aw y er, A.; W olf, A.; Roberts, J.; Rosner, L.; G o ld e n th a l, J.; G r e e n b e r g , S. Absent: King, D.; S ah lm an , S.

45


J

u N

1 O

R S

Top Row: Turecki D.; Della Femina, D.; G uarcello, F. 2nd Row: Meere s, S.; O 'H a r a , S.; Muskat, R.; Bassock, B. Bottom Row: V a n d e v e n d e r, C.; S eg al, B.; Colton, A.; C a n to r, N.; Elsenberg, C.

Top Row: Frank, J.; Laud, E.; Kane, A. 2nd Row: Nacht, A.; Birnbaum, J.; Baruch, E.; H am m er, K. Bottom Row: M a rin o, J.; Blau, B.; Levine, D.; Darnell, J.; Maruccia, C.

46


Top Row: Hirshfield, B.; M u h lb e rg , G.; Ryan, H. 2nd Row; Zobriskle, J.; Marcus, L.; Sarkisian, L.; Mesia, C. Bottom Row: C ohen, S.; M anson, D.; GeMer, C.; G lazier, R.

Top Row: Kim, J.; Lippincott, B.; G o l d b e r g , B. Bottom Row: S tan to n , T.; G o o d m a n , J.; M ascheroni, K.; Hillman, J. Absent; Alter, S.; Baruch, E.; G r e e n e , D.; Je n sen , P.; Twain, L.


Top Row: Moss, C.; Katz, C.; Smith, R.; Ju d e lso n, P.; Conroy, R. 2n d Row: D innerm on, A.; Sholleck, J.; S elinger, R.; Schnur, R.; S h a p iro , G,; H o b er, J,; Finklehoff, C. Bottom Row: S h u b e rt, S.; Lowenthol, J.; Meszaros, L.; Gitow, S.; Slote, A. Absent: Brooks, E.; Gilliam, S.; King, J.

Top Row: Christian, L.; Resnick, K.; Kurtz, J.; G r e e n e , L.; Elmer, AA^. 2nd Row: Healy, J.; Fiur, M.; W a t c h m a n , G.; DaSilva, A.; Skilling, S.; Neski, P. Bottom Row: Fujiwara, A.; Ettinger, G.; M a cau lay , N.; Bautista, A.; Kreisbuch, A.

48


F R E S H M

Top Row: Globus, D.; Principato, E.; M a rre, A.; Altszuler, P.; Heim, D. Bottom Row: MeteHus, C.; Mininberg, G.; S haw , D.; S o u th a r d , J.; Sofir, S.

E N

Top Row: N ov em b er, L.; G o o d m a n , A.; Kislak, M.; Jenkins, M.; Frotell, M. Bottom Row: Maruccio, D^Aiuto, L.; Meeus, J.; Klingman J.; Feist, B.

M.j

Top Row; Jo h nso n, E.; Wolff, L.; Roy, B.; G o ld b e r g , L.; Chait, A. Bottom Row: Poole, S.; Alter, B.; S ta p le to n , G.; G r e e n b e r g M.


Top Row; Pile, R.; Owens, A.; C o o p e r, J.; Laden, D.; Levey, R. Bottom Row: C h om b re, M.; F ab ricant, C Schwartz, W.; Romm S.; Haynes, B.

Top Row: Tomaino, C.; Brady, J.; Kornfeld, A.; Siegel, M.; Smit, R. Bottom Row: S egal, D.; L opota, L S h um an , S.; O 'H a r a , J.


LS €C

WH

cc cc

L


E I G H T H G R A D E

Top Row: Conwell, W.; W a l d m a n , H.; S p rin g w a te r, A.; Allen J.; Weiss, A.; L an g fan , D.; Kovaleski, S.; Skilling, H, Bottom Row: M o n a n e E.; Merritt, R.; Fujtwara, S.; Hinds, W,; Koppel, A.; Korf, R.; Eskin, D. Lipman, P.

*

52

Top Row: Romash, L.; J u d d , H.; Robinson, J.; Finkel, S.; Binder, C.; Bretter, E.; Cohen, D.; F renkel, J., G am m ie P. Bottom Row: Koss, R.; Nelson, C.; Weiss, C.; V ereen , V.; Laiken, T.; W olfe, D.; G r e e n b e r g , J.j Binder, G.


Top Row: B o n ag u ro , L.; Kurtz, E.; Travers, S.; G o ld b e r g , R.; Ades, J.; Jenkins, D.; Moorstein, M.; Fine, E. Bottom Row: D'Aiuto, P.; Anthony, M.; W a n d e r m a n , J.; Muskat, L.; Rosenthal, M.; Morse, A.; Zeif, A.

SEVENTH GRADE

Top Row: Hochfeld, L.; Pizzi, W.; S e a g o , M.; Allison, B.; S haw , J.; Schmidt, J.; Della Femina, M.; Freem an, N. Bottom Row: Ja rk o ff, N.; S tan to n , W.; Barsh, J.; S alom on, L.; Fujiwara, J.; S eg al, D.; C h a fetz, W.; M arsh, L.

53


Top Row; Brenner, M.; Cox, S.; Beilin, K.; H arbison, I.; M ay er, D.; Sch u b ert, L.; Kennedy, S.; Hayes, A.; Kim, J. Bottom Row; Sacks, M.; W echsler, G.; Chait, M.; Bernstin, J.; Neblich, S.; Rowan, H.; R o senberg, S.; A ndres, S.; S e a g o , M. Absent: Rivera, V.

SIXTH GRADE

Top Row; Freundel, A.; Lobell, G.; Morse, R.; S tanton, C.; S e rra n o , R.; Moss, T. Bottom Row: Bessinger, M.; Klein, S.; Tiernan, S.; B a b at, M.; Absent: Ress, D.; V an d erp o o l, W.

54


D W I G H T

The

m a g n ific e n t b a s k e tb a ll te a m

s u c c e s s fu l s e a s o n . T h e te a m th o u g h th e te a m

o f D w ig h t S c h o o l

fin is h e d

w ith

l o s t f o u r o f it s s t a r t i n g

T h e te a m , w h ic h

VARSI

is s m a l l e r t h a n

a

h a s fin is h e d

re s p e c ta b le

re c o rd

even

p la y e rs .

la s t y e a r ,

c o n s is ts o f p l a y e r s

S o p h o m o r e , J u n io r a n d S e n io r y e a r o f s c h o o l. R e tu rn in g S c h a g rin , D a re n

1 6 -1 0

a n o th e r

K in g , D a n n y G r e e n e , a n d

in

th e ir

p la y e rs a re : B o b b y

Paul Jenson. The

new

m e m b e rs

a r e : S t e v e G i l l i a m , J o h n K in g , L a r r y M a r c u s a n d R ic h S e l in g e r . J o h n R o b e r t s h a n d l e d t h e b o o k s th is y e a r a n d h e lp in g h im a s a p l a y e r - m a n a g e r w a s A l a n N a c h t. W e th a n k M r. C a d ra B a s k e tb a ll.

f o r a n o th e r e x c itin g

sea son o f D w ig h t V a rs ity


.

B A S K E T B A L L

T E A M

I

• I


1 9 7 4 - 1 9 7 5 D W IG H T V A R S IT Y B A S K E T B A L L S C H E D U L E

u ig 90

O pponent B irc h

W a th e n

54

94

F ra n k lin

59

73

57

D e le h a n ty

52

64

54

P e n n in g to n

64

53

56

57

P o ly P re p

68

R e g is

51

60

F ra n k lin

94

63

B a ld w in

61

51

76

C o lle g ia te

61

75

80

78

68

47 75 76 57 55

G e rm a n to w n

H o ra c e

F rie n d s

M ann

M o rris to w n

P re p

74

W a th e n

51

D a lto n B ro o k ly n

F rie n d s

N . Y . F rie n d s

M c B u rn e y N .Y. F rie n d s

F rie n d s

53

63

L o y o la

B e a rd

43

66

F ra n k lin

53

80

7 -5

R e c o rd League

64

51

62 74

1 6 -1 0

36

71

55

P o ly P re p

63

B a ld w in

78

S .I.A . B ro o k ly n

N . Y. B irc h

N . Y. F rie n d s

35 65 67 43


GIRLS' BASKETBALL B e h in d own

th e

s u p e rb

c o a c h in g

G ir ls ' B a s k e tb a ll te a m

serve s.

of

M rs.

has fin a lly

C o n s ta n t d e te r m in a tio n

by

th e s e

o n e o f t h e b e s t t e a m s in t h e c it y a n d te a m 's o n ly o c c a s io n s , T he b ig B e a tu s . S ta c y

lo s s t h i s y e a r h a s b e e n have

sco re d

O th e r

a lls ta r s

P o o le a n d

e x c itin g

over

g u n s o f th e te a m

season

A bby

n in e ty a re

in c lu d e d K o p p e l.

R o b e rta

re c e iv e d young

D w ig h t

re c o g n itio n

a th le te s

have

S c h o o l's

t h a t it d e 足 m ade

th e m

c o n te n d e rs f o r th e c h a m p io n s h ip . T he

b y tw o

p o in ts a n d

on

m o re

th a n

th re e

p o in ts .

S e n io rs J u n io rs

L o r i R o s n e r , L iz Z a f f a n d L iz

Laud,

N ext year we

o f G ir ls ' B a s k e tb a ll.

Lam ed, th e

a re

Jenny

F ra n k,

a ll h o p in g

C a ro ly n F re sh m a n

fo r th e

sam e


r

D w ig h t

Opponent U .N .I.S .

41

Birch W a t h e n

26

B a rn a rd

21

Rudolph S tein er

25

St.

H ild a 's

47

M arym ount

27

W a ld e n

17

Eliza b eth Irwin

37

C o lu m b ia Prep

49

C a lh o u n

38

PLAYOFFS St. H ild a 's

41

C o lu m b ia Prep

31


M IN I J.V. BASKETBALL

BOYS' GYM CLASS


Top Row; Colton, A.; Koleser, R.; Ettinger, H.; S e g a l, B.; Meyers, W.; Mesia, C.; M ascheroni, K.; Schwartz, W .; S aw y er, A. Bottom Row: Ju d e lso n , P.; H a b e r, J.; Jo h n so n , E.; Haynes, B.; Tomaino, C.; Shu m an , S.; G lo bu s, D. A bsent: S o u th a r d , J.; W a tc h m a n , W.


66


Brooklyn Regis N . Y. Birch Brooklyn N.

Y.

Birch

Friends Friends W a th e n

Y.

4 3

3

1

2

2

2

0

W a th e n

1

4

0

6

Friends

Franklin Birch

2

Friends

Franklin

N.

0

0 1

Forfeit PLAYOFFS W ath en Friends

0

4

2

1

This y e a r's D w ig h t soccer te a m w as c h a ra c te riz e d by h a rd w o rk a n d a n impressive d efen se on the field . The te a m lost the cham pionship in a tension fille d 2-1 g a m e . This g a v e the tigers 2 n d p la c e in the le a g u e . The seniors leaving this y e a r a r e co -ca pta ins Bill W a t c h m a n a n d A n d y S a w y e r. Their hustle both on a n d o ff the field w as an a d d e d inspiration to the te a m . H e n ry Ettinger b e c a m e one o f the best g oa lie s in the le a q u e in his first y e a r a n d R a n d y Koleser a d d e d to the offense as he h a d d o n e in the past. N e x t ye ar's starters will include: Blaine S e g a l, C arlos M es ia , Bruce H a yn es , A n d y C o lto n , Keith M a s c h e ro n i, W a r r e n

S c h w a rtz a n d

S tu art G ito w .

W ith

these

letterm en

returning to the sq u a d C o ac h W illia m M e y e rs believes the te a m will be the one to ca rry the ch am pio nsh ip o ff the field .

67


M INI J.V. SOCCER TRACK TEAM


CROSS COUNTRY

Slote, A.; Schmidt, E.; Brooks, E.; Darnell, J.; Kim, J.; Stevenson, H.


I Mrs. Roberta Larned^s Gymnastics team has had an exciting if strenuous y e a r. M ee tin g every Friday aftern oo n , the more ad van ced girls had an invalu ab le opportunity to w ork up their gymnastic skills. An Exhibition — put on together with students from four other schools— a t the United Nations International School proved to be an exciting event, for the audience as w ell as the participants. Everyone e a g e rly anticipated more sessions on the un­ even bars, the b alan ce b eam , the horse, an d the mats. MEMBERS: Schubert, L.; M arsh, L.; H arblson, L.; W olfe, D.; Laiken, T.; A nthony, M.; Morse, A.; B o n a g u ra , L.; Fujiwara, S.; Friedm an, N.; R osenberg, S.; S e g a l, D.; W ex ler, G.; Ress, D.; Sofir, S.; Morse, R.

G Y M N A S T I C S


VOLLEYBALL The

1 9 7 4 v o lle y b a ll season w a s a n

a c h ie v e th e

best re c o rd

in

D w ig h t's

u n q u a lifie d

success. N o t o n ly d id

h is to ry , b u t w e

a ls o

saw

th e

we

c o n tin u a l

d e v e l o p m e n t o f a u n i f i e d t e a m . R e s p o n s i b i l i t y f o r t h e s u c c e s s lie s p r i n c i p a l l y w ith th e le a d e rs h ip o f L o ri R o sn e r a n d S h a ro n G r e e n b e r g b y w h o s e e x a m p le se ve ra l

u n d e rc la s s m e n

d e v e lo p e d

in to

fin e

p la y e rs ;

na m e ly

our

A lic e F u jiw a r a , s p ir ite d J u lia K lin g m a n , p o w e r f u l L o ri G r e e n b e r g N in a

n u tty

M c C a u le y .

O u r r e c o r d o f 3 - 7 is d o u b l y e n c o u r a g i n g te a m

r e lia b le

and

m e m b e rs

w ill

be

r e tu rn in g

fo r

an

th e m : J ill B r a d y , J u lie tte M e e u s , D e b b ie

b y th e f a c t th a t so m a n y o f th e

even

b e tte r

Laden an d

1975

S ta c y

season. P o o le .

Am ong


""‘f r i

■T■T-’'- ? ' "


GIRLS' GYM CLASS


W e A re N o t Amused

W ho 's G o t M y Pickle?


Do You Remember When M r. Hill d id n 't w e a r his p o c k e t- h a n d k e r c h ie f le a th e r s a d d le -s h o e s

M r. M a d d e n w e n t w ith o ut his p a te n t

The G irls' V o lle y b a ll T eam w on a g a m e

n ever g a v e a n y o n e a n i c k n a m e

M a t h in o rd e r to teach Lower-School Science . . . . . stu d e n t

Miss Ryan w as mistaken fo r a

M r. N a y l o r w as mistaken fo r a c a d a v e r ................. M r. Engle co u ld n 't g e t

a n y o n e into O h io W e s le y a n C o l l e g e first n a m e s

Dr. C h a m b a r t ca lle d her students b y their

D w ig h t ke p t a te a c h e r fo r m ore th an a y e a r

m a d e to com bine Economics a n d Constitutional L a w Ralph fix e d the w in d o w in Room 1 4 the D w ig h t D i n e r durin g a f i r e - d r i l l school t o g e t h e r on t i m e

M r. C adra

M r. Stevenson g a v e up tea ch in g U p p er-S c h o o l

A n a tte m p t w as

D w ig h t School w as h e at e d St. John's H a ll w as co n verted into

D w ig h t students e v a c u a te d the building in u n d e r 2 5 minutes M r. M e y e rs , M r. S p a h n , a n d Mrs. G erschel d id n 't ta k e a ta x i to A ll the seniors a tte n d e d C o lle g e G u i d a n c e

Assem bly started

Francisco d id n 't e n te r the girls' locker room w h ile th ey w e re ch an g in g

M rs. L a m e d d id n 't w e a r one o f her tw elve gym s k i r t s durin g Miss Yete rian 's A r t History c l a s s

even though no one w as w e a rin g his o r her b l a z e r his a tta c h e c a s e

Everyone listened

Dr. Elliott's History class g o t u n d e r w a y M r. D. Engle w as n 't ca rryin g

M r. W illia m s an d the D r a m a Society d id n 't c e le b ra te o p e n in g

n ig h t V a rs ity Basketball p rac tic e w as c a n c e l l e d .............. M r. Close succeeded in tea ch ing the Sixth G r a d e to s i n g Mrs. Post w asn't in a g o o d m o o d ................. M r. Sp ah n d id n 't ask so m ebo d y to PICK UP THE PAPERS L Y IN G O N So m eo n e passed a test in Mrs. Reines' Physics c l a s s

THE F L O O R ................

M r. C e ru llo b e c a m e G u id a n c e

C o u n s e l o r ....................So m eo n e h a d a c tu a lly h e a rd o f D w ig h t S c h o o l .................... D o you remember?????


â&#x2013;ĄW IG H T ACT

Jane Birnbaum M ik e Fiur Sheila Meeres J a n e K lu g e r W a rr e n Schw artz Donna D e lla Femina Jim H e a ly Jon O 'H a r a


The M oon m ost

E fF e ct o f G a m m a M a rig o ld s s u c c e s s fu l

C om pany.

A

F in d e l, th e

p la y

was

th e

ye a r

of

P u litz e r was

Rays on

M a n -in -T h e

b e g in n in g the

P riz e

of

D w ig h t w in n e r

s e le c te d

fo r

th e

A c to rs

by

fiv e

Paul o f th e

m o s t a c tiv e m e m b e rs o f th e A c to rs C o m p a n y , Janey

B irn b a u m ,

H a m m e r, A fte r

Jane

th re e

liv e

Donna K lu g e r

D e lla and

p e rfo rm a n c e s ,

v id e o ta p e d

and

Y o rk

C h a n n e l "Q .."

C a b le

ORS COMPAIMY

Sean Skilling D a n n y Segal Karel H am m er Jonathan G old en tha l Shelly Safir G re g W a tc h m a n Ja y Southard

*

F e m in a , A n d re a

a ire d

e ig h t

K a re l M o rs e .

th e

p la y

tim e s

on

was New


PYGMALION T he S tu d e n t D ire cto r W o r k s h o p is a n ew fa c e t of the

Actors C o m p a n y .

It is d esigned

to g iv e those

students w h o w a n t to lea rn how to direct, a chance to

get

some

p rac tic al

e x p e rie n c e .

The

w orkshop

p ro ved to be ve ry p rac tic al e x p e rie n c e fo r the d i足 rectors as w ell as the actors involved. J a n e y Birnbaum ,

Donna

D e lla F e m in a

and

M ik e

Fuir directed

A n d r e a M o rse , G r e g W a tc h m a n , Sheila M ee re s, Sean Skilling, M ik e Fuir a n d K arel H a m m e r in " M a n ik in a n d M in ik in " , P ro p erty Is C o n d e m n e d " .

"I'm

H e rb e rt" ,

and

"This

The D w ig h t Actors C o m p a n y h e lp e d the 9th G r a d e Class in

presenting

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which

w as

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M o tle y 's first ve ntu re with directin g a n d the first tim e th a t the 9th g r a d e class w o rk e d to g e th e r to p ro d u ce a p la y . The actors themselves e n jo y e d it as much as the a u d ie n c e d id , a n d th e y h op e future 9th g r a d e classes w ill c a rry on the tra d itio n of the 9th g r a d e p la y .


M arne!

A ll p e rfo rm a n c e s S o ld O u t! M a rn e w a s th e fir s t A c to rs C o m p a n y

p r o d u c t i o n t o b e s o ld o u t a n d t h e p l a y p r o v e d t o b e w o r t h it. w a s f u ll o f w o n d e r f u l th in g s to

say a bou t M am e.

F o r th is

T h e a u d ie n c e

p ro d u c tio n , th e

p r o fe s s io n a l s ta ff w a s in c re a s e d to in c lu d e C a r o l D 'A n d r e a M o r s e f o r c h o r e 足 o g r a p h e r , L in d a S. S k il lin g f o r s e t d e s ig n , a n d w e re p la y e d b y D o n n a

K a re n

D e lla F e m in a as M a m e , J a n e

S k illin g .

M a jo r

p a rts

K lu g e r as V e r a , J a n e y

B ir n b a u m a s G o o c h , J a y S o u th a r d as o ld e r P a tr ic k , J o n o O 'H a r a as P a tr ic k , M ik e

F u ir a s Ito , J o n a t h a n

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as M o th e r

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B u rn s id e , M rs .

U pson

and

and

M r.

M adam e

U pson

and

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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST SCIENTIFIC — J os ep h Sacco MOST THOUGHTFUL — S h ar on G r e e n b e r g MOST POTENTIAL — Ma tth e w Forst MOST ATHLETIC — William W a t c h m a n MOST EAGER TO PLEASE — Karyn Feder MOST CURIOUS — Darre n King FARTHEST TRAVELED — Randy Koleser QUICKEST WIT — Jim Rubin MOST GENEROUS — Michael Blass MOST STUDIOUS — Ronald J o s p a n READIEST SMILE — A nd r ew S aw yer MOST JIVE TURKEY — Robert Schogrin ALWAYS THERE TO LEND A HAND — A n d r e a W o l k e n b e r g MOST FASHION CO N SC IO U S -

J a n e Kluger

MOST ATHLETIC GIRL — Lori Rosner MOST POETIC — Allison Wolf MOST ARTISTIC — Sue Sa hl man MOST MUSICAL BOY — J o n a t h o n G o l de n th al MOST CAREFREE — Elizabeth Zaff MOST LOQUACIOUS — G i n a Bloome EASIEST TO BE WITH — Carolyn Beatus MOST METHODICAL — Ehud Schmidt MOST AMBITIOUS — Donn a Conforti MOST LITERARY — Celia Rea MOST CYNICAL — Nicky Brooks MOST PATRIOTIC (TO WHO M?) — Gil Lazarus EASIEST TO TALK TO — Jo hn Roberts MOST SERIOUS — Henry Ettinger

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E—Ehud Schmidt F—Carolyn Beatus G —Sue Sahlman H —Jonathan G old en thal

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W han th at June with hise showres soote T he droughte of D wighte hath perced to the roote A nd saunden forth unto all sondry londes F olk w ho w oulden learn and travell meny straundes. Bifel that, in th at sesoun on a day, 5 Befor I coulden spede or run awaye I forced was to spoken with hem everichon, A nd sadly was of hir felaweship anon. M ethinks it m ete to tell you of this folke A co rd au nt not to reauson, but moreso as a joke. 10 A fool ther was, and th at a w orthy man, H ighte Joe, th at from the m om ent that he firste bigan Coulde nere rede nor singe nor even culd endvte, Naless coulde spak Brookelynne Englishe, or even rite. W ith hem there was his hethen talism an nam d Jim, 15 W ho, as I yow devyse, was worthy wys and slimme. But for to tellen yow of his array: E m brouden he was with floures, but was nat gaye. T herew as eke with him a N onne, a Prioresse, Cleped Lorie, simple and coy— I guesse. 20 Well coulden she wryte a poem full and faire A nd with hir prety wordes seduce the aire. She hadde with hir no nones thre: Bloome, Zaffe and Beatus, and eke thre preestes hadde she. Riche they w eren of holy thotte and werk— 25 W atchm anne, Broukes and Parsoun Schmidt (an sainted jerk.) A good w yf was ther of bisyde Bathe. Fyve housbondes hadde she, and th at was scathe. Yclepted D onna, withe hosen made of scarlet rede She woulden writ hier essays sitynge up in bede. 30 W ith us there was a D o ctour of Phisyk; In all this world ne was ther noon him lyk. T o tel the truthe, he hadde litel wherewithhalle And w hat he lovd was in his nam e— twas Goldenthalle. There eke rood with us P ardoners fyve 35 T h a t hoped tro sale of relikes thereto thryve. Saywer and his m ayte Schagrinne were friends verrie While Forste and Jaspan and Kolester kept them companie. An prety ladie ryding with us wasse also. T h a t unto Universitie hadde ylongge to go. 40 Twenty bokes of Aristotle and nam ore amisse

Belonged this fayre philosophre ycleped Alisse. A portlie m onk and freund, a Frere, w as ther w ith us T h at woulden practis sacred craft with litel fuss. 1 have to say that they cared ne a jot ab o ut the Masse, 45 Brother Roberts and ilke the uncloystered F re re Blasse. We hade also a Knightes sone, a yong Squyre, A lovyer and a lustry bachelor. Of twentie yeer o f age was this boy Gil, Who, accordant to the Dwighte schole pres, loves Karyn stille. 50 A n Blacksmithe and an Carpenter, all in liveree Were m em bers of a solempne and a greet fraternitee. Oftimes wolden S haron sitte and chap h ir knyves A nd talke o f divers persones sacred lyves. As Ja n e whilom wold flex hir arm es and sawe 55 N ever such a sinewy w om an have you seen befor. A ladye Miller and full braw ney Reeve H adde m anie wicked tricks al up their sleeve. T h e Miller Sue wold o f times ride in dragge. 60 Shorte-sited m em bers of o ur groupe im agned her a fagge. The quille of Celia, the Reeve, was never stille Alwaye son poore persoun she hadde to kill. But to tel the trouthe she led a symple lyf A nd wil m ake some m an a penaunce of a wyf. 65 A gentil lawrye was ther of a temple Of which goode scholars myte taken exaumple. D arren the clever was he rightely n am ’d. F rom London to the coast was his nowleg fam ’d. He was the m entor of one Ettingaire, 70 W ho was o f lawr expert, curious and faire. In legal cases plaintiffs found ther judgements y’gonne Til they learnd that both were partners of one Nixonne. A nd Bringinge uppe the reere with pen in hande, The finest secretarie in al the lande. 75 Ful oft hir maisters daie hath A ndrea made. W han due to pressure of w ork his minde hath strayed. She did providen him with pen and posted maile. And throu hir am ple help inspired hath this tayle. And so my wordes are at an ende, 80 As al these pilgrimes from Dwight Schole do wende. I wishe them al successe and hevenly blisse, And pray that in their future lyves may nothinge be amisse. 83

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Editor—Jon G o ld en th a l Business M a n a g e r —D onna Conforti Sporis Ed/for—John Roberts A r t Director—Sue Sahlm an Sfoff—C elia Rea, Liz Z aff, Allison W o lf , Caro lyn Beatus, an d thanks to Ronald Jaspen.

Special thanks to " O u r Photographers" R a n d y Koleser, Jim Rubin, Joe Sacco

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