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A CENTURY AT DWIGHT This spring marlcs the centennial o f the D w ig h t School. O ne h un dred years a go N e w Y ork was a thriving m etropolis that h ad a population o f a little over on e million. Fashii>ns were such that a w om an w h o ex p o sed her ankles w o u ld drive a man insane with lust. Maxi's were in and mini's — perish the th ou g h t — virrc* n o t even a g leam in yo u r great-grandfather's eye. H orse-draw n carriages were the prim ary m o d e o f transportation, an d the horses th em selves were driven until th ey expired. It was often a m atter o f days before their carcasses w o u ld b e hauled o f f The N e w York Sch ool o t Languages, lo c a ted at Seventh A ven ue an d F orty-th ird Street, was to b ec o m e the D w ig h t A cadem y. The school o ccu pied the to p tw o tloors o f a three-.story dw ellin g n o w m ore eloqu en tly referred to as a tow nhouse. Upon examination o f the school's archives, we find th at th e class room s a b o u n d e d in the m o s t m odern a n d luxurious conveniences such as slate blackboards, coal sto v e s for heating, a n d open g a s lam ps for o p tim u m lighting. B u t despite these truly remarkable and innovative conveniences, th e b lo c k that the sc h o o l was lo c a te d on was in its e lf n o t terribly interesting, with its ro w o f houses on the north side lo o k in g g lu m ly on the ro w o f houses on the sou th side, an d th ey lo o k in g g lu m ly back. Strangers walking there m ust have been unusually bored. It h ad n o style, n o variety, n o individuality, m erely expressing (as in m o m en ts o f dejection I have som etim es th o u g h t) th e equality o f Am erican dem o cra cy in its m o s t dism al aspect. B u t to the p e o p le living there, an d to those who a tten d ed D w ig h t School, Forty-third Street had a character all its own.

In 1888 the school had the g o o d fortune (or lack o f same) to be named after that esteemed president o f Yale University, Mr. Timothy Dwight.* It received this honor because so many Yale alumni were affiliated with Dwight. As time and "progress" would have it. N ew York was beginning to develop itself But in order to "progress" there must be change; and in order for that change to take place, there must always be a full-scale demolition o f whatever existed previously in order to make room for the new. Dwight School was no exception. By 1895 Times Square was quickly becoming the central business and theatrical district o f the city, and Dwight School was torn down in order to make room for the N ew York Times Building. But this could not dishearten those staunch educators at Dwight, and the school was relocated to Fifteen West Forty third Street. The school itself was founded with the intent to provide the ideal classical education. The m ost important subjects were English, mathematics, history, and the languages. O f all subjects, I have always fancied Latin to be the m ost classical. In Latin I learned that you must pronounce non as "known ", also that poem s such as Horace wrote, which we call satires second syllable long, should in English be pronounced like satyrs second syllable short, thus making polite conversation on any classical subject more and more confusing. It was not until 1967 that the school conceded it would be all right for boys and girls to co-mingle, at arm’s length, o f course, and uniforms unruffled and intact; and Dwight began to admit girls. The admittance o f girls was another o f the significant changes to occur in D w ight’s history. But to sum up, Dwight is an excellent school, essentially national, deeply imbued with notions o f democratic equality. Its social education has given us all a strongly democratic base, the conviction that we are all equal, all fairly fraternal, and all as free as we deserve to be at our age. I do not recall anyone who was offensively intellectual; certainly there were no intellectual snobs. A t other schools I ’ve attended I believe there were a number o f people considering themselves an intellectual aristocracy, and who enjoyed the pleasure o f looking down on intellectual inferiors. A t Dwight School certainly no one looks down on others. Currently, Dwight is moving forward in unison with the city. The student population accurately reflects a cross-section o f the city itself. It is a microcosm o f the races and creeds and varying nationalities that give the energy and complexity to N ew York, to make it the most vibrant city in the world. It is m y hope that Dwight will continue to live up to the standards set forth in the last hundred years.

*author’s note: In this year's annual Harvard- Yale football contest. Harvard won in convincing fashion 22 to 7 in this the year o f the Dwight Centennial.


STEPHEN H. SPAHN Headmaster

Dear Seniors, Ar) individual, like society, is in crisis when confused and overwhelmed by events. The more rapid the change, the more frightening and disruptive, rather than reassuring and unifying one's life becomes. When rapid changes occur, it is essential to have some permanence to reestablish a sense o f direction. Your challenge today is to recognize the ties that bind you to your fellow man. You must be able to communicate in a real sense with others. This requires a reaffirmation o f our country’s common stock o f ideas, ideals, and standards. Your purpose as practitioners o f the liberal arts must be to develop a g o o d mind. Only through continuing a dialogue with the great thinkers o f Western tradition will you be able to comprehend, control, harness, and direct the forces around you and make them compatible with your ideals. I sincerely believe that at no time in recent history has a thoughtful individual had the opportunity he now has to influence profoundly events in our society. That is your challenge. Warmly, Stephen H. Spahn 2


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"When I consider thy heavens, the work o f thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; what is man, that thou art mindful o f himi' and the son o f man, that thou visitest him? For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned him with glory and honor." -Psalm 8

Doris B. Post Academic Dean O N R E A D IN G . . Opening a book is like the time in the theatre before the play is about to begin. The lights are lowered; you stop talking; silence descends; the curtain goes up; the set appears. There, before your very eyes, there becomes unfolded another world. It is a world that is created by som ebody else, another mind, another will, another spirit. A miracle is about to take place. As you enter that world, something o f the spirit o f the author rubs o ff You are given a certain kind o f spirit. You are uplifted, changed, transported . . . � -Author Unknown 3


Libby Callaway

Admissions, Attendance "You can’t always g et what you want. You can’t always g et what you want. You can’t always g et what you want. But, i f you try sometime . . . . You just might find . . . . You g et what you need. ” -

The Rolling Stones

Nila Long

Dean o f Conduct "Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. ” - Goethe


THE OFFICE Helen E. Harms Bursar ''Remember that life's length is not measured by its hours and days, but by that which we have done for our country and kind. A useless life is short i f it lasts a century. may do much in a few years, and we may do nothing in a lifetime� -Albert Pike

Ella May Snyder Administrative Assistant "Success comes before work only in the dictionary." -E. M. Snyder

Veronica Fiumefreddo School Secretary "Getting to know you. Getting to know all about you, Getting to like you . . . Because o f all the beautiful and new Things I ’m learning about you Day by day." -Rogers & Hammerstein

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DWIGHT TEACHERS

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Mindy Cappell

William Blanchard

M ath 7, Into. A lg., AJg. II, Prob. & Scat's

H istory 7, 9, E conom ics "Genius: 1 % inspiration 99% perspiration" -

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Marjorie Rende

Ryna T. Bab

Intro. Algebra, A lg. / . II. Trig. ’’W e'll keep on doing it. until yo u understand it." -

English 11, Shakespeare "A nd he w ould gladly learn a nd g ladly teach.'

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Ernest Gilde

Nora Renzulli

Physics, Intro, to Calculus, Calculus

Spanish I, II, III, IV, V "It's always som ething." ■

R osanne Rosannadana

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Henry G. Cadra

Jean Larsen M usic "M usic is the universal language and love is che ke y . . . 1 believe in

Physical Education "Is is true that the co w barks in the w oods?"

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Thomas Murphy

Doris B. Post

Science 7, 8, Health, Phys. Ed. "Teaching can often at tim es be frantic, g e t m e upset. Som etim es I often wonder som e other jo b m aybe I ’ll get. B u t while running around this place, I see som eone That I taught once sm ile A n d then say 'Hi, Mr. M u rph ' A n d wow, it all seem s w orthw hile.� T. M urphy

English II

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"Perhaps the m o st valuable result o f all education is th e ability to m ake yo u rself d o the thing you have to do. when it o u g h t to be done, w hether you like it or not: it is the first lesson that o u g h t to be learned: and however early a m an 's training begins, it is probably th e last lesson he learns thoroughly." -

Thom as H enry H uxley


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Adelle Cohn

Dr. Elaine Chambart

M ath Consultant "G ood luck to the Class o f '80.'

French III, IV , V "Les paroles s ’envolent, les ecrits restent. "

A d elle Cohn

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Pamela Spence

Dr. Henry Yeager

Drama, Dance, H istory 8 "One great ideal sh o u ld possess a m an through his life, it is true, b u t the light o f this enthusiasm sh o u ld illum inate all else. ”

Librarian, Science 7, French I "Vivez, si m 'en croyez, n 'attendez a demain, C ueillez des a u jo u rd ’h u i les roses de la vie."

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D onato Cerullo

Judith Rawson

English 12, A dva n ced W riting "For the hero loves the w orld ’till it breaks him . ’ -

English 8, French 7, II "On n'est jam ais si heureux n i si m alheureax qa 'o n s ’i m ag in e." -

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Dr. Russell J. Elliott

Constitutional Law, B ible

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"The C onstitution o f th e U nited States is a law fo r rulers an d people, equally in war and in peace, and covers with the shield o f its protectio n all classes o f m en, at all times, an d under all circum stances. ”

"Read the b o o k first, then take n o te s ."

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Edmund Kelley

Nila Long

Latin 7. I. II. I ll "Carpe diem ."

French II, III "Bonne chance!"

- Epicurus

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Mary Juhasz

Beverly Bifano

A n , A n H istory "R em em ber th e D u n g - Beetle, y o u carry th e se ed o f y o u r ow n future . " M . Ju h a sz

Biology, A d v. B iology, M ath 7 "The only thing necessary fo r evil to succeed is fo r g o o d m en to do n o th in g ." - E d m u n d B urke

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Nicholas Zachary

Kathleen Ellis

Science 9, Chemistry "Love. It's b ieeer than us and it m akes us

English 7, Librarian "Y ou have only failed W hen yo u have failed to try."

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K . Ellis

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Ann M osley G eom etry "M athematics is like a building. You n eed a strong fo und ation." • A. M osley

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Nancy Starr English 7, II "A nd the hom ew ork fo r to n ig h t is . . ." â–  N . Starr


Linda M cK ee

Pamela Mottley

Physical Educscion. Dance. Health "Those who g o by bus, muse return by bus!"

English 9 " Haply I think on thee, and then m y state, like to the lark at break o f day arising from sullen earth, sings hym ns at H eaven's g a te." - Sw eet W ill

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Stephen S. Wachtel "G ood lu ck to the class o f ’8 0." -

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THANKS FOR KEEPING US CLEAN

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Jam es Martin

Ralph Lenthall

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S ta n d in g : Elena Bassan, Ju lie Baunach, D ylan Bernstein, Lisa O uaknine, R a y m o n d Colovic, Pamela Post, R eb eka h R affaelli. S ittin g :J o n a th a n Lane, Ja m es Hall, liana Bassman, Jonathan H unt, Sandy Taylor, Charles K ennerly, A lan B row n.

S ta n d in g : G regory N espole, Tracey Fiume, M elissa Sloan, E lizabeth K u nin, A m y O ltchick, W illiam Lipson, A n d re w M atlins. S ittin g : Victoria Cohen, Ja ck Pollack, M elissa Pichenny, M ichael O rapchuck, T o d d W einberg, Susan S oroko, M a rk R unnels.


7th

S ta n d in g : D avid Pringle, Dana H ocbberg, D aw n B anket, Tyrone W ong, D iane Karlin, Jan ies M iyazawa, Carol K irkland, K im b e rly Baron. S ittin g : A n d rew Harris, Jen nifer Stein, Dana Lieberman, Joshua G oldberg, M arc Gero, Ja m es Loeb. A b s e n t: Paul LaRosa, S c o tt Rosenberg.


S ta n d in g :J a re t W eisfogel, Lisa Giuliani, D a vid Sm yth, M oira J a ffe. Fred K envin, K e n n eth O sherow , Corine Cohen. S ittin g : Paul Lavine, M icha el K oppel, Christine Stertzer, Seth Casriel, Dana Barron, K en neth Halsband, A n th o n y Schm ertz.

S ta n d in g : Larry L op a to ,Jo h n D el V ecchio, K e lli Segal, Eric P oulson, H adley R eid, D ew ey W ong, N a n c y H ochm an. S ittin g : G ary L yons. Cal H astings, D olly Rowan, Senen Ubina, A ngela Harrison, Peter B ickel, M arnie L indenbaum .


8th

S ta n d in g : M ichael Toppel, Sandrine Vrondu, Scocc Sm ith, R o b Paterson, Susan R o th m a n ,J e ff R othstein , J en n ifer Levine, Paolo M u ccio ,Ja n e Perlman. S ittin g : A m y Landau. S co tt H orow itz, D aniel B lin ko ff, Alexandra Egglezos, Q uinn K oeniges, Yana Salom on, Craig A ckerm an, E dw ard Klaris. I n d e n te d - N ina Chernik ( sorry, N in a ) A b se n t: Dara Lieberman, Jen n ifer Rich.


S ta n d in g : Spencer K obren Sheryl Breslaw D aniel Paige Jo lie A ncis Richie B ostic M aren H andler WiHiam M under A n d rew Peicz S ittin g : Linda Fuhrwan Jo sep h Strafaci Stephanie M ills Eric Chernik Meera K othari Rafael Raffaelii N ancy La Rossa

S ta n d in g : Elinor Sm ith Steven Post K ik i M orris Adrian Ball Jennifer Buchsbaum Stefan Platnick Jo h n D e c k o ff A m y Weisberg S ittin g : M elinda M iller Lisa Segal Jam es A b el Shari Traister Julie Hirsch Jonathan Davis Ju lie Furman A b se n t: J o d i Kram er

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S ta n d in g : Leslie Barrett Jason Howard Melissa Cohen Craig Lubin Adrienne Lederman T odd W achtel Clifford D iam ond S ittin g : D avid Longo A lison M eyer R onald Pledge H eid i Untener G eorge Fisher

S ta n d in g : Daniel Gaulkin Jill H okzm an A ndrew Horch Erika Silverstein R andolph Steelrnan Torri Jo n es Daniel W eisko p f S ittin g : Abigail Weiss M ichael R obin Jane Brill Philippe Bertrand Paige Laiken R o y Judelson

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S ta n d in g : Leo Jenicek, L eem ore Schafm an, C hristopher Yanni, Lena Z im et, J e n n ife r Gross, Laura M arvin, B enjam in Finkel, Jam es Grey. S ittin g : D aniel Alperin, Leigh O ’Connor, Lise Sprechm an, Patricia M eyer, D aniel Levy, D aniel Schulm an.

S ta n d in g : Philip W aldman, C lifton K ew , M arji K atz, Peter D avidson, B ettina O uaknine, P eter R o binson, E m ily M a xto n eGraham, Paul Gilbert, Andrea Davis, B rad Schacter. S ittin g : Steven Swidler, M elanie R oy, Cathy K lauber, Claudia B loch, Jessica Forbes, Jonathan W achtel, Suzanne N achm an.


10th

S ta n d in g : J ill Som erstcin, Fvan G rtcn, A d a m Bernstein, M ark Pappas. M o lly Shaw, J im R unsdorf, Ilcnc Stern, Joshua Lieberman, Philip R om ero. S ittin g : Gillian M oseska. Suzanna G ra y.Ju li Risi. B randi Prescott. M ichael Lehr, Tracey H echt. M ichael Fujiwara, A b s e n t: M elissa Karstadt. Q uincy Tittle, Dara Waldman.

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S ta n d in g : Aaron Forbes, A llison Barron, Scort Fingerhut, Ju lie G abay- W olfm an, M a tth e w Ledger, Susannah A n to n ic k , Stuart Levy, Tracy M oss. S ittin g :J a m e s H onda, Elisa Freaso, A rthur Zinn, Ellen Sunkin, Chen Chang Tsai, W end y H oward.

S ta n d in g : Tracey K aufm an, D aniel R heinstein, N ina Onishi, N icho la s A ustrian, Ja n e Scho enfeld, Jon a th a n Peters, M elissa W olf. S ittin g : Isette Brendza, S c o tt Phillips, Thom as Alpern, V ickye Smart, M urray Segal, B onnie Brenner, A lan Naggar.


11th

S ta n d in g : D avid G aulkin ,JoeJa no vic, S idney M ason, M itc h ell H aberm an, Tanya W enm an, W illiam B onsu, Susan Fox, Steven Stern, K evin M iller, J o h n K unin, J e f f D eV ito. S ittin g : Lisa DePrizio, B eth R osenberg, D a vid P om eranz, R o b in M orse, N ich ola s T sim is,Jill G reenstein, M ark M oring. A b s e n t: A n d rew Fishbein, Sandra Israel, G uy Neil.

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S ta n d in g : Sean K ennedy, C indy Post, W in Vaughan, Ja ne So lom on , Larry Ederly, M adeleine Chait, H ans W illiams, D eborah Berliner, T o d d A llen. S ittin g : Carolyn N em brotti, Peter W ood, M erri Brenner, K en n eth Beilin, R aphaelle Camille, J h o n Fujiwara, Lisa D e Zanger.

S ta n d in g : K evin Soisson, H elen Bielak, Fiona Hastie, D oric Capsis, Stacey R osenberg, M ich ael Sacks, B everly K roll, Ethan E ichrodt, S uzanne K ogan, Ethan Silverman, A llison Jones, Peter Brill. S ittin g : W ayne Bauer, Elysee Bernstein, D aniel M ayer, Sta cy A ndres, Lisa Salom on, K in a Feinberg. D anielle Segal.


12th

S ta n d in g : Olya Turchin, Philip H eld, A haron Yaakov, Francois Picot, R o b ert Sedgw ick, W alter Pizzi, D a vid Palmer, Steven Siegel, JiU Cammisa. S ittin g : Lisa Shawe. Lisa H arbison, N a n cy Freedman, Fleidi Stein, S c o tt Segal, Tara N elso n, Christine Crossley. A b s e n t: Victoria Ubina.

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I've been happy lately thinking about the g o o d things to come and I believe it could be something g o o d has begun. -Cat Stevens

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Sitting on a park bcnch.

Eyeing-up little girls with hud intent. -Jethro Tull

Love is a special feeling that stays in your heart for the rest o f your life.

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Just do the steps you've been shown Bp everyone you Ve ever known. U^til the dance becomes your very own matter how close to yours pother's steps have grown. the end there's one dance you'll do alone. -J. Browne "Caminante, No hay camino . . . uno hace su camino mientras camina."


D E B O R A H BERLINER

The Pope, the clown and the soldier must all someday die, What marks the weakness o f a sobbing man is the dryness in your eye So you command your submarine fathoms under the sea. Think o f our dream and eat the oyster but save the pearl for me. â–  Serge Kovaleski

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Ulysses. But one would be glad to have more than one has a mere necessity for. M ole. Why? Especially i f it be not suitable to one’s nature. For m y part I have no more ambition to surpass the perfection o f m y own kind than you have reason to wish for the luminous body o f a star, or to envy a bird the advantage o f a pair o f wings. -Gelli

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Appetite is the will’s solicitor and will is appetite’s controller. -Hooker


E T H A N SIL V E R M A N

SUIT LE D E V O IR

Everybody's g o t to love their life. Give it all they got. Love their life, it's a blessing. - Average White Band


The years pass as though hours; The days pass as though moments. We have so little time to do so much. We have so few moments to share. But, oh, to remember our friends, The moments we had together. And then those moments become as big as years . . .

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Let's hold our hands and live up the day cause w e’re all going to hell anyway. - Nous

Forever the river runs like we have love

REFLECTIONS

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get up and fly away. Greatful Dead

Either light up or leave me alone. - Traffic

CHRISTINE CROSSLY


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The true test at huinaity is in how humane we are to each other. - unknown

always to confide. - Us

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Knowing what you ca.n do is good. Making it real is better. - Incognito

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N ow you say yo u ’re leaving home Because you want to be alone. Ain’t it funny how you feel When you're finding out it’s real. - Neil Young

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There’s something happneine here What I t is ain 't exactly deal^ Buffalo Springfield

LARRY E D E R Y


H A N S WILLIAMS

Here it comes another lonely day, Playing the game, I ’ll sail away, On a voyage o f no return to see, I f eternal life is meant to be. And i f I find the key to the eternal dream. - ELO

And rootbeer is dynamite with tunafish. â–  The Perfesser

I f anything scampers out, let it be. - Shoe


W IN V A U G H A N

All, all chat you dream, Comes to shine in a silver lining, And clouds, clouds change the scene. Rain starts washin' all the caution in your life. Stop and realize, what else can you do? - Little Feat

That’s the way it goes sometimes.


A smile is an earth - like star. A frown can’t bring out the beauty that you are. Love within and you '11 begin smiling. There’re brighter days ahead. - Stevie Wonder

M exico. . . Hotel El Salvador. . . Tequiila . . . M ar k. . . Chris . . . Adam . . . Guermilo .. . ''all I want to do is sleep". .. Louie's bathroom . .. "I'm not drunk!". .. don't rip the walls. . . cheese fish . . . beer and more beer. . . did your parents g o up?. . . Little Feet? . . . green . . . thanks for the Christmas presen t. . . SUPRISE!. . . birthdayJ . . ■ bing, bang, bong i t . . . do it by the Beta Max . . . do you tan? . . . fo o tb a ll. . . offense . . . sleazy . . . Pickle Prowler. . . senior n igh t. . . never a copysheet again . . . mas mas . . . transparent eyeball. . . the doughnut shop (BOOM S) . .. "If only his tux didn’t fit” .. . what a tongue . . . Martha’s Vineyard (YEAH ) . . . G.B.H .. . . Chuckles and the gang . . . B.B. . . . S.T. . . . T.T. . . ! I LOVE Y O U ALL !

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A L J L O I N S E O S N


Hello darkness m y old friend. I’ve come to ta lk ^ k h you again. 'Cause a vision isiowly creeping Ht its seeds while I was sleeping, n3^ih0 visiop, that was planted brain still remains, be soutid o f silence. ■r S im o n and Garfunkel


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People will tell you where they've been They’ll tell you where to g o But until you g et there yourself You’ll never really know. - Joni Mitchell

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For a man needs only to be turned around once with his eyes shut in this world to be lost . . . N ot till we are lost . . . do we begin to find ourselves. - Henry David Thorei

N I N A FE IN B E R G


When I goof, I look my woman in the eye (I have to get my look first) and I say baby, please forgive me honey. And I see how she take it. And then I say baby, please forgive me honey. And I stand back far enough so when she swing I can duck. Listen baby, honey you know last week when I goofed I was high. A nd she let me g e t away with that. Then I look at her real pitiful-like, and I say, listen baby you know when you re high it don't count. I f you forgive me honey I ’m gonna do better. A nd then she look at me as i f she wanna know when A nd I tell her, Sunday Baby - B.B. King

Look it here babe, do you want to shake.^ Look it here darlin', don't you want to shake.^ . . . . I thought so. Shake it to the right, shake it to the left, shake it at anybody that'll keep it to themself. De you want to shake.^ I f you want to shake with me, don’t make no mistake. Lightnin’ Hopkins

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Now I ain't a-sayin’you treated me unkind, you could've done better but I don't mind. You just kind o f wasted my precious time. But don ’t think twice 'cause it's all right. - Dylan

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There never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them. - Jim Croce

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And you run and run To catch up with the sun But it’s sinking and racing Around to come up behind you again The sun is the same in a relative way. But you ’re older and shorter o f breath And one day closer to death. - Roger Waters

This song has no title, just words and a tune. Bernie Taupin

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J.B. Johnny's life passed by him like a warm summers day I f you listen to the wind you can still hear him play - Bad Co.

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You well heeled big wheel, ha ha charade you are And when your hand is on your heart You’re nearly a g o o d laugh, Almost a joker, With your head down in the pig bin Saying, "keep on digging.” Pink Floyd Dedicated to Chrissy Teenage waste lands . . . We’re all wasted!! - The Who

Open your eyes. Use your headRealize that you're not dead. Take a look, A t an open book. Let it cook . . . - Blind Faith

J.B. The time to hesitate is through N o time to wallow in the mire Trying we can only lose And our love become a funeral pyre Come on baby light my fire Come on baby light my fire Try to set the night on fire

I have finally found a way to live Just like I never could before I know I don't have much to give But I can open any door Everybody knows the secret Everybody knows the score I have finally found a way to live In the colour o f the Lord. - Blind Faith Find the cost o f freedom buried in the ground Mother Earth will swallow you Lay your body down - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young

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I will complain that the cards are ill shuffled, until I ’m dealt a good hand.

STEVEN SIEGEL

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The heights by great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudden flight But they, while their companions slept, Were toiling upward in the night. - Longfellow

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FIO N A HASTIE

Always beware o f the man whose stomach doesn't m ove when he laughs.

Throughout life we encounter many people. Some remain with us while others walk away. Nevertheless they all have an influence on our lives, and our opinion o f what we see in people is not necessarily as important as what they make us see in ourselves.

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K EVIN L A N G SO ISSO N One night a man dreamt he spoke with God. And God told the man i f he decided to follow Him, living his life in accordance to His, that He would always walk with him. From that time on, everywhere the man went he would m ost always see a set o f footprints beside his own, which filled him with great confidence. Yet, on his deathbed, some years later, when the man came so close to death that his life flashed in front o f him, he saw that at the m ost troublesome times o f his life, there had been only one set o f footprints. This really distressed him. He questioned G od about it, saying that at times he needed Him most. He had not been there. God replied: "My son, those were the times I carried you. �


SCOTT SEGAL


Many thanks to the faculty from 1973 to date for making my Dwight years so rewarding and wonderful. Also many thanks to all my classmates tor their patience and understanding.

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RON YAAKOV Special thanks are due to Mr. Spahn, Mr. Engle, Mrs. Post, Miss Harms, Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Mottley, Mr. Stephenson, Mr. Blanchard, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Bandler, Dr. Chambart, Mrs. Eden, Mrs. Auriemma, Mrs. Bab, Mr. Cerullo, and Dr. Elliot.


torgot about that 'cause you g o t to g e t back to what you 're doing. Little Feat

Why the North Face, o f course. - C.N.P. There are some persons on whom virtue sits almost as ungraciously as vice. - Bouhours and vice versa. - PSPH

PHILIP SAM UEL PO TTER H E L D


I dream o f the past and what it should have been, while I fear for what it might be as the present dwindles away.

Contradictions: the route to knowledge.

JHO N FUJIWARA

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Santa, you went too quickly.

He spins from the bars, but there's no cage to him (a hope, a dream, a prayer). - Hughes

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Chers Maman et Papa, Metci beaucoup de m'avoir aider dans ma jeunesse. Ce n ’estpas encore finiparce que je serai toujors avec vous.Je vous aime.

I ’m in love for the first time D on’t you know it's gonna last It's a love that lasts forever It's a love that had no past. D on’t let me down. -J.L.

Hate is also creative; it creates more hate. - H. Dumas

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] With Flying time Time is fleeting by Like the clouds up in the sky We remain together And our love will last forever Together we shall grow New experiences we shall know People we will meet Challenges we will beat Yet time will fleet by And on clouds we will fly.

LISA SHAW E

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D A V ID PALM ER

"The more faithfully you listen to the voice within you, the better you will hear what is sounding outside." D. Hammarskjold

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" / begin to know the map and to g e t m y bearings."

- D. Hammarskjold

"You send me handfuls armfuls gathered from . . . smiles . . ." - J. Palmer


Three concepts o f The Bible: 1. In the beginning . . . 2. God created . . . 3- ■ ■ ■ and it was good.

STACY R. A N D R E S

’s not easy being green . . . ” - Kermit the Frog

"There are times when I've found the truth There are times when I know that I'm wrong And the days when I try to hide m y fears Bless the days when I'm feeling strong Bless the days when I'm feeling strong." - The M oody Blues

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A moment's insight is sometimes worth a life's experience. Oliver Wendell Holmes

WALTER PIZZI

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"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And is heard no more; it is a tale Told by an idiot full o f sound and f^’^ r y , Sigaifying nothing."

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HELEN BIELAK

Marymounc. . . the Browning boys . . . Hughey, Dewey, Louie . . . are you drunk? . . . Mexico and those sunrises . . . Gigermo . . . What's wrong with white girls? . . . Charlie’s Angels . . . y o u ’re ugly and your mother dresses you funny . . . A.S.S.K.R.YJ.E. . . . where is my Prince Charming . . . Louie’s bathroom . . . Louie in the bathroom . . . you want me to brush your hair? . . .Jane’s drunk. . . Are you gay? . . . don't mark the walls . . . F ootball. . . offense . . . what a jock . . . Princess . . . you 're so pointless . . . cosmic . . . I want to be a hippie. . . ultim ate.. .J .D ... . Heinyes . . . Ichabods . . . are you really black? . . . Sister Jones, Sister Jane save us a l l . . . smoking with the garbage . . . yes m y parents are in the country. . . Pickle Prowler . . . speechless mornings . . .Jane’s in one o f her moods. . . what a surprise!. . . W.F... le t’s tell mom we washed the floor. . . Senior n ig h t. . . why are you weaving . . . C.W. . . . that tongue. . . B.B.. . . S.T.. . . T.T.. . . forever. . . whip m e . . . where’s peedo? . . . yearbook entertainment committee . . . I ’l l miss you all.

Fish heads Fish heads Roly poly fish heads Fish heads Fish heads Eat them up yum! B&B

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CAROLYN NEM BROTTI

Did you say Apple Green?


MICHAEL SACKS

"Do unto others as you would want others to do unto you ."

"There is gold, and a multitude o f rubies; But the lips o f knowledge are a precious jewel.� Proverbs 20:15


LAST WILL A N D TESTAMENT Todd Allen - a basketball, and a razor Stacy Andres - a bag big enough to hold anything anyone may ask for Helen Bielak - a padded cell, and a cute preppy Peter Brill - a perennial wave and his own way in everything Done Capsis ■ total annihilation o f the entire human race except Greeks Lisa deZanger - an older man and a place on the tennis court Beverly Kroll - enough money to open a Bloomingdales in Roslyn Chrissy Crossley - president o f a fat farm Lisa Harbison - a dozen pairs o f ripped jeans and enough patches to patch them with Daniel Mayer - host o f Romper Room Philip Held - a lighter from a Ferrari Stacey Rosenberg - 10 free lessons in Italian Tara Nelson - all o f Aretha Franklin’s albums and the na - na - na - na award Elyess Bernstein - a back brace Debbie Berliner - term papers to last through four years in college Victoria Ubina ■ What? Ethan Silverman - AWB's residential groupie Wayne Bauer - his own little world to live in Cindy Post - a tennis racket and 6 straight free periods David Palmer - a starring role in an off, off, o f f broadway show Ken Bielin - a centerfold in GQ Jhon Fujiwara - a manual on H ow to Treat a Lady Walter Pizzi - the coordination to become another Larry Bird Michael Sacks - a comfortable chair and a can o f Bud for M onday night football Jane Solomon - a nice doctor and a triplex on Park Ave. Win Vaughan - the winner o f the I Love Virginia contest Hans Williams - last seen swimming towards California Steve S i e g e l a date with the girl o f his choice and 1st place at Wimbleton Danielle Segal - a ranch with cows, horses, pigs, etc . . . and a pen o f her own Scott Segal ■ lots and lots o f work so as to not make Dwight so easy Fiona Hastie - spots to pop; a package o f rubbers (erasers); a boot to p u t her luggage in and a bonnet to pu t her engine in Kevin Soisson - a white polyester suit, g o ld chain, and black shirt Merri Brenner - a megaphone Madelaine Chait - chairperson o f the Quincy Tittle Fan Club Heidi Stein - a g oo d reading lamp Larry Edery - leather pants and a job onthe yearbook staff Carolyn Nembrotti - Where? Nancy Freedman - 10 free consultations with Am y Vanderbilt and Emily Post Suzanne Kogan - her name changed to Susan in order to make life easier Nina Feinberg - spandex pants in every shade o f the rainbow Ethan Eichrodt - a g o od pair o f knees Rob Sedgwick - his personal book o f literary quips Peter Wood - a camera store larger than Mario Hirsch's Ron Yaahkov - a date with Mariel Hemingway Raphaelle Camille - no fault insurance policy for her car Sean Kennedy - a place in the IRA Jill Cammisa - a dose o f reality Francois Picot - a date with Lisa Lisa Shawe - a date with Francois Lisa Salomon - a date with the Galloping Gourmet Allison Jones - a jar o f pickles and a date with Mr. Wonderful Olya Turcihin ■ a mean streak

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SPORTS From soccer to swimming, sports are and always have been an important part o f the Dwight school. Athletics at Dwight has played a major role in helping to form well rounded students. Dwight has never been a place simply for those students who like to grind away at their work. Toning the student’s mind as well as his body has always been a part o f the Dwight tradition. Because o f D wight’s work hard - play hard policy, the school has had numerous championship seasons. Over the years as trends changed, so did the sports teams at Dwight. Some sports remained popular, some ceased to exist, and some new ones were introduced. Basketball and softball are two sports that have endured the changing trends at Dwight. A few o f the recently established teams include the soccer team, the swim team, the tennis team, and the volleyball team. In the following pages we will pay tribute to the 1979 - 80 Dwight sports teams.


VARSITY SOCCER

B ack row: Coach Kelley. Peter D avidson, J h o n Fujjwara, William B onsu, Peter W ood, Steven Stern, Jo h n K unin, Francois Picot. Front row: M ark Pappas, D aniel M ayer, Ethan Silverman, Philip Held, and K enneth Beilin. A bsent: K evin Soisson, Ethan Eichrodt, Hans Williams.


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ONE WAY OR ANOTHER WE GET IT DONE!


J. V. SOCCER

B sck row: A ndrew Horch, R andy Steelman, Steven Post, Stefan Platnick, A d a m Bernstein, Evan Green, Coach Zachary. M id d le row: Steven Swidler, Daniel Levy, Daniel Alperin, Jo sh Lieberman, G eorge Fisher. Front row: J o h n W atchel, B enjam in Finkel, Eric Chernik, a n d R o n a ld Pledge.

MINI J. V. SOCCER

From row: Greg Nespole, R o b Parerson, Pam Post. M id d le row: Tyrone W ong. M ik e Toppel. Susan R orbm an. D avid Sm yrb. Cal Hastini;s. Fred K envin. Eric Poulson, Alan Brown, Jen n y Stein, Craig A ckerm an. J e f! R othstein. Back row: N ancy Flochman, Paul Lovine. J o n H unt, Cbarlie K ennerlv. R av Colovic. Larry Lopata, A n th o n y Scbmertz. A bsent: Coach T. M urphy.


VARSITY BASKETBALL

Back row: Coach Cadra. M anager M ichael Sachs, Ethan Silverman, W illiam B onsu, Walter Pizzi, Peter R obinson, D oric Capsis, M anager A n d rew H orch. Front row: T o d d Allen, Jh o n Fujiwara, Richie Bostic, Ja m es H onda, and Jo sep h Straiaci.


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Taking it to the limit!

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GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Back row: licne Stern, A drienne Lederman, A m y W eisberg, Ju lie H trsch,JiIi Cammisa. Manager Pbihp Held. Front row: M arji K jtz , Tara N elson, Coach A fckee, H elen Bielak, and Danielle Segal. Absent: Lisa SegaL and J o d i Kramer.


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J. V. BASKETBALL

Back row: Sceven S^'iJler, R o h tn F.ilcone. R ovJudcJson. Sp<fnccr K ohrcn. Fronc row: Assisca/yc Coach A fifch e ll Ih tu fr m a n .J im R u n sd o rf. M ark Pappas, G eor^t Fisher. Evan G rttn . A dam Bernstein, an d Coach A furphy.

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VARISTY VOLLEYBALL

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Back row: J ill Somerstein, Helen BieUk. Suzanne K o ^a n . R o b in M orse, M anager T odd Allen, Ju lie Gabay - W olfm an, Tara N elson, D anielle Segal. F ront row: Leslie Barren, Jennifer Buchsbaum, Coach M cK ee, Ilene Scern, an d Suzanne N achm an. A bsent: Jane Brill.


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Back row: D. W ong, M . Haberman, C. P o stJ.Ja n o vic, S. Post, P. D avidson. P. R om ero, Coach Kelley. M iddle row: O. Turohin. L. deZanger, S. Fingerhut, T. A lpern, M . R oy, E. Kunin, L. Z im et, D. Banket, M . Miller. S. Breslaw, L. DePrizio. E. Chernik, C. Klaaber, S. Nachman, J. H unt, C. Kennerly, and R .Ju d elso n . A bsent: S. Siegal, R. Sedgw ick, P. Bickel, P. Gilbert, W. Pizzi.J. Lieberman. E. Klaris, D. Alperin. S. Sm ith, M . Segal, D. Gaulkin, D. Schulman, D. Pomeranz, A. Fishbein, R. Paterson, T. N elson, D. Segal, A. L ederm an.J. Kramer. N . H ochm an, A . O ltchick, M . K atz. D. Paige, K . Soisson, L. K unin, N . Carter.

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TENNIS ANYONE?


SWIM TEAM

B ack row: B r^d Schlacter, Fred K envin, Sean K ennedy, M itc h ell H aberman, Steven Stern, Olya Tarcihin, W in Vaughan, J im R unsdorf, M o lly Shaw, Coach Clevenger. Front row: Laura M arvin, J e n n ifer Gross, N a n c y Freedman, Jen n ife r B uchsbaum , M erri Brenner, H eid i Stein, B onnie Brenner, Andrea Davis, a nd Gillian M oseska. A bsent: E d Klaris, D anny M ayer (so m eo n e has to take th e p icture).


GET WET


CAN Y O U BELIEVE IT?


Excuse me boys, are you two blocks from school? Come on Miss Harms, is that really you?

When you re smiling, the whole world loves you.


SQUASH TEAM

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B ack row: Philip W aldman, M ichael R obin, K evin M iller, Stuart Levy, Craig Lubin, D avid Palmer, Jo n a th a n Peters, L eo J en ice k, A lan Naggar, R o b Paterson. M iddle row: Jen n y Rich, A ngela Harrison, Ja yn e Perlman, V ic ky Cohen, Tracey K aufm an, B o n n ie Brenner, J u lie A ncis, Lena Z im et, M elissa W olf, M ichael K oppel. Front row: Elinor Sm ith, M elissa Cohen, A n d rew Harris, D aw n B anket, Pamela Spence. N o t pictured: Chris Yanni, A rth u r Z inn, Lisa Salom on, Yana Salomon, Torri Jones, and N ina Chernik.

Ever since Pamela Spence came to Dwight, the D.R.C. (Dwight Repertory Company) has benefited greatly. Although new to the system, Cam elot, the D.R.C.’s first production with Miss Spence, was a raving success. Next, the Dwight Repertory Company did what was thought to be the impossible; they produced a play written and directed by the students. The play was entitled Those W onderful D ays That T elevision P u t to Sleep. This play was well received. The D.R.C. s first production with Miss Spence this year was Guys an d D o lls which was g o o d in all respects. The direction and acting were very well done. The D.R.C. finally g o t together as a group, and they pu t on a play that without a doubt exceeded the limits o f an ordinary high school production. This year ever since Guys an d D olls, the membership in the D.R.C. has been growing by leaps and bounds. There is no question in anybody’s mind that this year’s Dwight Repertory Company is bigger and better than ever before. A t the time o f this writing there are four plays in production. They are: The U g ly D u ck in g ( l A ct), A M arriage P ro p o sa l (l Act), M urder on the N ile (3 Acts), andJacqu es B rel (a cabaret musical). Looking at the talent and enthusiasm going into each and every play, they all promise to be great successes. Looking forward, the D.R.C. will produce a student written motion picture. Light Years, that is just starting to take form. In conclusion, the Dwight Repertory Company would like to thank all who made it possible for us to bring high quality drama to the Dwight community.

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HUMAN DAY


Best Costume; M arc G e m ( the g orgeou s one in th e m id d le)!


The Y earbook s ta ff o f W illow brook

J u s t call m e Suzy Japstick.

Is that yo u A G A IN , Danny?


Lunch tim e is party tim e!

There's a first tim e fo r everything.

This is am azing! I thinic I'll call it H O ^


Y ou were saying Jan e

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Blondes m a ke betrer lovers.


YEARBOOK STAFF C o -E d ito rs Allison Jones Peter Brill

Photography E d ito r Carolyn Nembrotti

Sports E d ito r Daniel Mayer

Business M anager Elysee Bernstein Special Thanks to: Stacy Andres Helen Bielak (entertainment committee) Jane Brill Donato Cerullo Scott Fingerhut Jon Fujiwara Philip Held Mary Juhasz Quinn Koeniges Suzanne Kogan PGM Allan Naggar Guy Neil Tara Nelson Stacey Rosenberg Robert Sedgwick Kevin Soisson Jane Solomon Heidi Stein Chen Chang Tsai Senen Ubina Win Vaughan Marie Wallace Hans Williams

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Very Special Thanks to our advisors; Nora Renzulli And Judith Rawson Without these peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s help, we would have never finished: Veronica Fiumfreddo Helen Harms Doris Post Libby Callaway Thanks Doc for the use of your office, room 2A. Thanks to Dr. Yeager and Mrs. Ellis for allowing us the use of that wonderful typewriter.

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Real Revolution is Praxis: Reflection and Action — not just blind action alone: You, Tara, are one o f those rare few who hold the key to change. N ot only do you have the ability to alter exteriors, i.e. this confused world in which we live, by your own participation as a human being with open ears, inquisitive mind, searching soul, and reaching hand, but most importantly you allow your­ self to grow and change within. You, Tara, are not afraid to give love or receive it. Your actions speak loudest although you are not threatened by the expression o f your thoughts, and you challenge your beliefs because you are strong enough to really listen and subsequently learn from others. Remember how much Tve always and will always love you. — Judy

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