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• A m erican Exploration Co., Houston, whR c is e n g a g e d in oil and g a s explo­ ration and production, appointed P ete r C. F orb es president. • ChaftweU Group Ltd^ Westport, Conn., which ow n s interior furnish­ ings com p an ies, n a m e d John C. Garbarino president ;i!id chi^f cs^'cutivc. • C om net Corp., Greenbelt, Md., which its e n g aged in com p u ter s e r v ­ ic e s and softw are and is a m aker of vitam in s, appointed Martin T. John­ son chief financial officer and s e c r e ­ tary, replacing Joseph Sullivan, who left to pui ,ue fa m ily and educational in terests o verseas. • G rand Union Co., a g r o c e r y chain, n a m e d Robert J. Saba senior vice president. • Sequent l om p u ter S y stem s, P ort­ land, Ore., n am ed C asey Powell c h airm an in addition to his post of chief execu tive. • Springs Industries, F ort .Mill, S.C., a m a k er of fabrics, nam ed Julius Lasnick president of the H om e F urnish­ ings Group. It n am ed M. L. Fontenot e x e c u tiv e v ice Dresident, su cc e ed in g

Wilson, p h arm aceuticals. •. J. Dupasquier, now a com oup chairm an , will b e c o m e : of the con su m er sector r Larsen b e c o m es chairm an f e x ec u tiv e of the com pany. For the last three ye a rs, Mr. Lar­ sen, Mr. C am pbell and Mr Wilson h a v e been groom ed to su cceed Mr. Burke and Mr, Clare in the a tm o s­ phere of “ c r e a tiv e c on flict” that Mr, Burke endorses. Mr. Larsen said the new m anagm ent structi--e reflected the grow ing size and com p lex ity of Johnson & Johnson, which has annual s a le s of $9 billion and a la rge w orldw ide organi­ zation. “ We think it m a k e s se n s e to h a v e a team app roach,” he added, Mr. Burke .said that nam ing the three e x e c u tiv e s to run the co m p a n y would foster the decen tralization he b e lieves in. '•D ecentralization equals c reativity," he added. “ .A,nd c r e a ­ tivity e q u als real produ ctivity.” Mr. Burke g r e w up in Slingerlands, N.Y., near Albany, and graduated from Holy Cross College. He is also a grad u ate of the H arvard B u sin ess School’s fa m o u s c la s s of 1949, which produced s o m e of the n ation’s top b u sin ess lead ers, including T hom as S. Murphy, chairm an of Capital C ities/A B C Inc. Mr. Burke worked for P rocter & G am b le for four y e a r s before joining Johnson & Johnson in 1953, His forte w a s product innovation. He .said he


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Editors-in-Chief Wendy Greenberg and Wendy Klein

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This special issue was made possible by the unbelievable help, support, and creative consultation of the following: Mrs. “ K”, Mrs. Joan Klimo, Miss “T ” , Mrs. Callaway, Mr. Murphy, Mr. Brown, Mr. Spahn, Mrs. Warshofsky, Mrs. Taylor-Jackson, Ms. Geden, Mrs. Newm an, Phil and Jackie Blocklyn, every­ body who was part of the amazing yearbook staff, and anybody we could have possibly forgotten . . . Thanks! 1


In Memory Of Christopher D'Agostino

Our classmate Chris was someone, who, like m ost of us, probably thought his life was pretty routine and ordinary. He probably never realized the way he would make us laugh, especially at drama rehearsals whenever he would slip or fall down and then, jum p right up and say "I'm fine. I'm fine." One day, during his memorial service, a sev足 enth grader (whose locker was next to his) stood up and spoke about his kindness and how he made him feel more at hom e as a student. I'll bet Chris never imagined the trem endous outpouring of love and sorrow we all shared when he left us so suddenly. It seem s to be a lesson for all of us about how special we really are to each other and ju st how uncertain our time can actually be in this world. So dear Chris, dear friend, whenever we open this yearbook, your m em ories will be there with the rest of ours . . . we miss you "Dag". 2


In This Issue . . . D edication................... World Leaders Seniors......................... H oroscope................... Underclassmen Arts & L eisure Sports P a g es................ Personals...................... Patrons......................... Advertisements

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Dear students, Who would you elect to spend quality time with the rich man, the movie star celebrity, the athlete hero or the wise master teacher? The answer to this conundrum will tell me whether your Dwight ed u ca­ tion has started you on the proper path In life. I hope that you m ay one d ay lift the veil of vanity in order to comprehend with clarity m anâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s p lace in the universe. Fondly, Stephen H. Spahn 6


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DEANS Elizabeth C allaw ay Dean of Admissions College Guidance University of Missouri, B,SJ. You can never win or lose if you don't run the race!

Thomas J. Murphy Dean of Guidance Health Human Relations St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University Faith cannot live without prayer just as a flower cannot grow with­ out water. O. L. Medjugorje

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DEANS Anthony R. Foster Academic Dean Sussex University Columbia University

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Wil Goodin Dean of Student Affairs Ohio State University Columbia University “A great many people ttilnk they are thinking when they are rearranging their preju­ dices."

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ADMINISTRATION Elizabeth C allaw ay Dean of Admissions College Guidance “Live all you can; It's a mistake not to. It doesn't matter What you do in particular, So long as you have your life.” Henry James

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Mr. Edward Brown Administrative Coordinator "Art is not a luxury. It is a necessity.”

Ms. Sarah G eden Administrative Assistant .,.

Therefore the humble is the root of the noble, Too much success is not an advantage. Do not tinlcle like jade, or clatter like stone chimes. Chapter 39 From Too Te Ching


ADMINISTRATION Carol Warshofsky Secretary 'Better late than never,"

Lenore Newman Bursar; Spenser Business Institute â&#x20AC;&#x153;And though the task be hard, keep a stiff upper lip."

C laudette Taylor-Jackson Director of Academic Progress, Regis­ trar Standardized Testing, Substitution. "The tragedy of life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach." Marian Wright Edelman


HISTORY Wil Goodin History Chairman American Government and Politics Classics Otiio State University Columbia University Enlighten me, O Muses, tenants of olympian homes. For you are god­ desses, inside on everything, know everything, but we mortals hear only the news and know nothing at aH. Homer

Gregg Anderson History 9, History 11 University of Minnesota Never negotiate with the monkey when the organ grinder is in the room. Winston Churchill, 1941

Mark G reenwald History 11, Economics S.U.N.Y. Binghamton, Columbia Univer­ sity "All free men, wherever they may live, are citizens of Berlin. And therefore, as a free man, I take pride in the words, “ICH BIN EIN BERLINER” (Translated "I am a jelly Doughnut)” John F. Kennedy

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Edward F. Engle Constitutional Law, Old and New Testament Literature B.A., Williams College, M.A., New York University The highest and most profitable learning is a true knowledge and humble opinion of oneself.” Thomas d Kempis, The Imitation of Ctirist

John Canzanella History I Hofstra Univ. Teacher College • Columbia Univ. Your children are not your children They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you And though they are with you yet they belong not to you. You may give them your love but not your thoughts for they have their own thoughts. Kahlil Gibram

Mr. Jaffe History 7, History Cornell University

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Follow your bliss, don’t be afraid. Doors will open that you did not know existed. • Joseph Campbell

Eugenie Hamilton Engle History 7, 8 Smith College “Ever drifting down the stream • Lingering in the gol­ den gleam ■ Life, what is it but a dream?” Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll


ENGLISH

Jayne Connell

Kathleen V. Ellis

English ill, English IV Columbia University, B.A., M.A.

English 7, Literary Honors Englisii Library Pace University, Pratt Institute

“So wfien my nurse comes in for me, Home I return across the sea, And go to b ed witti backward loolcs At my dear land of of story books.”

"Consider the pebbles tiny rippies,”

Robert Louis Stevenson

Eleanor Kaimakllotis Mrs. Ryna Bab

Senior English, AP English, Yearbook Advisor

English III, Director of College Guidance "Lord, w e know wtiat we are, but know not what we may be."

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“I will arise and go now, tor always night and day i hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the short While 1stand on the roadway, or on the pavements gi .v, I hear it in the d eep heart’s core." -William Butler Veats trom "The Lake Isle of innistree"


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James Ryan

English I, Newspaper University of Southern California, B.A.

10th Grade English, Track Coach Denison University B.A.

Yes, vanity is a weal<ness indeed. But pride ■ wtiere tliere is a real superi ri riority of mind, pride will always under good regulation.” Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice

"Ttie greatest revolution of our generation is ttie discovery that iiuman beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, change the outer aspect of their lives.” •William James

Pippa Mayell

Dr. Henry Yeager

English VII, Mini J.V. Volleyball College of St. Paul and St. Mary

Library, Literary Honors Cornell, Franklin and Marshall, Sorbonne "Corpe diem”

lik lik like children • If they're properly cooked.” W.C. Fields

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MATH Marjorie Rende Mathematics • Chairperson Alg II and Trig, Alg fl and Trig Honors, Finite Math College of New Rochelle, B.A. Lehman College, M.A. "A d ay without math is lilce a d ay without fun.”

Nicholas Didkovsl<y Computer Science A.P. Computer Science Honors Geometry Computer Science 7/8 Brown University, B.A. Mathematics New York University M.A. computer sci­ ence/com puter music The “subject" is good a t numbers, therefore he might possibly find his niche as a booi<l<eeper, for exam ple . . . The whole situa­ tion would seem more healthy if, once in awhile, he would ques­ tion whether the entire profession of bookkeeping might not rep­ resent maladjustment. -Harry Partch

Stephen Clarke Geometry PreCalculus Probability And Statistics University of London •'Yes . . . multiplication /sone of the prerequisites for A. Calculus"


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Marina Tichotsky

Resa S. Davids

Music and Drama Director Music History, Music 7, 8, Matti 7 Hofstra University, B.S. C.W. Post, M.S.

Intro-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II Tufts, B.A.-Mathematics University of Cincinnati, B.S. Biostatistics

"And when the stream, Which overflowed the soul was passed away, A consciousness remained that it had left, Deposited upon the silent shore of Memory, Images and Precious Thoughts, That shall not die And cannot be destroyed” -Wordsworth

Have you discovered the Incredible power of zero? Say, "Eureka!" and enter mathematics land with me . . .

Connie Griffin

Jennifer Williams

Algebra I, Matli 12, Volleyball, Basketball Dartmouth College

Algebra I, Algebra I tionors. Algebra II and Trig. A.P. Calculus University of Miami, B.A. Hunter College, M.A.

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SCENCE Anthony R. Foster Physics, A. P. Biology, Academ ic Dean Keele and Sussex University Columbia University “Dare to be wise.'

Laurie Seminara Chemistry, Physical Science, Advanced Bio. Columbia B.S. "Sense d ata without concepts are blind, while concepts without sensory d ata are empty. By their union only can knowledge be acquired." •Kant

Stephanie Kupin Science 9, Biology, Advanced Biology Syracuse University University of Pennsylvania “Ain’t getting older Ain’t getting younger Though just getting used to The lay of the land” •Neil Younm


DEPARTMENT Matt Holaday Science Physical Education Tennis Coach Mini JV Soccer and Basketbali Jacksonville State University "The three men I admire the most; the father, the son, and the Holv Ghost.”

Ms. Allison Brandt Science VIII; History VIII Princeton University “Education is not a preparation for life; education is life itself," •John Dewey


LANGUAGE Dr. Elaine A. Cham bart Language Chairman Director Special Studies Frencti Hi, iV, V, VI AP University of Pennsylvania l e coeur a ses raisons que la raison ne connait” pas (Pascal)

Nina Long Ph.D Frencli II, III Graduate Center City University “Nine-tenths of wisdom consists in being wise in time.” Theodore Roosevelt

Stephen C ooke B.A. (Honors) Portsmouth, England French I, Varsity Soccer, English 8 "It was only long after that i recognized sarcasm as the protest of people who are w eak.” John Knowles A Separate Peace


DEPARTMENT Radimir Kovacivic Japanese, Physical Education Toi<ai University Cultivate the ttiougtit In the Early Days M ake the body vigorous In the Early Days Improve the wisdom In the Early Days Chain your hope up to the stars In the Early Days â&#x2013; In Your Day's dear Dv^lght Students

Gary Monitto Latin 7th Grade, Latin i, II, ill, IV; History 7th Grade Cuny Graduate Center Lingua, Latina Utllls, Grata

Margarita Halpine Spanish I, III, IV College of New Rochelle B.A. Columbia University M.A., M Phil


PHYSICAL EDUCATION Henry G. C adra Physical Education Atliletic Director St. Lawrence Univ. "Are prizes necessary or even desirable? Shouldn't the satisfaction of o ne’s work b e sufficient reward?” William Styron (Pulitzer prize winner)

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Karen Ryan Pliysical Education Varsity Volleyball Coach Varsity Basketball Coach Varsity Softball Coach Hofstra University “Ctiampions Greatness comes to those wtio Dare to s w e a t . . . Dare to strain . . . And dare ttie pain’’ Ttiank you for my ctiampions

Doric Capsis Physical Education J.V. Soccer Coach J.V. Basi<etball Coach Mini J.V. Softball Tulane University University of Georgia M.A.


ARTS AND DRAMA DEPARTMmT Marina Tichotsky Music and Drama Director Senior Master Yearbool< Advisor Music History Matt! Vii Hofstra University "And THAT'S the genius of Neil Simon”

Ms. Miriam Jacobs Vii and Vili Grade Art, Studio Art Suny at Buffaio “If you really want to help this world, what you will have to teach is how to live in it." ■Joseph Campbell

Ed Brown Administrative Coordinator Technical Director ■ Drama and Film ‘Art is not a luxury, it is a necessity


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When times get hard don’t turn away, If life gets too rough, turn around and face the wind Look toward tomorrow and don’t dwell on yesterday For yesterday is all the past . . , The future leaves time to grow . . . Through past reflections hold the truth . . . Deep in our hearts we shall always know , , . That pieces of the past shall linger on . . . | When you are faced with a challenge, don’t back out Look towards the sun and show your strength . . . Always have confidence without any doubts . . . And always believe in yourself . . .


DAVINA

N ow it’s time for me to go on and face the real w orld. I will always look back at my high school years at Dwight Thanks Dwight for everything!!!

So I’m back, to the vel­ vet underground Back to the floor, that I love to a room w'ith lace and paper flowers. Back to the Gypsy that I v/as . . . Stevie Nicks

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Life - an appreciation o f w hat has come before - Ralph Lauren

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DAVID DUSHEY If it weren’t for the last minute, nothing would get done. (Unknown) When your IQ rises to 28, sell. Professor Irwin Cory to a heckler. A life spent making mistakes Is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. (George Bernard Shaw) When the going gets tough, the smart get lost. (Robert Byrne) Winter is nature’s only way of saying,” Up Yours.” (Robert Byrne) No man is lonely while eating spaghetti. (Robert Morley) The trouble with life in the fast lane is that you get to the other end in a hurry. (John Jensen) If you have a job without aggravations, you don’t have a job. (Malcom Forbes) Hard work never killed anybody, but why take chances? (Charlie McCarthy) If women didn’t exist, all the money in the world would have no meaning. (Aristotle Onassis)


"What is really within will be manifested without." - Confucious

"H o w did you 3 0 bankrupt? Bill asked. "Two w ays,” Mike said. "Gradually and then sudden­ ly.” Heminsway's The Sun Also Rises

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A dream unearthreatened by the mornins light could blow this soul right through the roof o f the night - Pink Floyd

Time endures but can t fade the memories that love has made.

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" . . . Even thinss of no sreat intrinsic merit, like that chair in the corner . . . have a very sood chance of outlastins you and me. It doesn't seem right, does it?â&#x20AC;? - John Updike

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Meanwhile someone’s hiding in the classroom Forging books o f history Never mind there’s a good film playing tonight Where they hang eve ryb o d y who can read or w rite Oh that could never happen here but then again it might. I want to get out while I still can I want to be like Harry Houdini Now I’m the invisible man . . . - Elvis Costello

. . . he had reached . . . some interval Pity The Prisoner . . . For, to, him, the of sanity such as the mad know, just right password is the the "Schizoid as the sane have intervals o f mad­ Man” . ness to keep them aware that they . . . And all should cry. Beware! Beware! are sane. His flashing eyes, his floating hair! William Faulkner Weave a circle around him thrice. Absalom, Absalom! And close your eyes with holy dread. For he on honey-dew hath fed. And drunk the milk of paradise - Samuel Coleridge


Stephanie Jane Fine "Tw o roads diverged in a w ood, and I I tool< the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” - Robert Frost

"They say there's a heaven for Those w ho will w ait Some say it is better but I say it ain’t I’d rather laugh with the sinners then cry with the saints The sinners are much more fun” - Billy Joel "This is the time to remember cause it will not last forever These are days to hold on to cause w e w o n ’t although w e ’ll w an t to .” - Billy Joel


While eating always count the al­ phabet. Don’t be myopic; the w orld is full o f broad ideas and opportunities - Cory To my buddy REEB - Thanks for being there, you’ve always been there for a good laugh. Inny - Even though w e are not physically together, w e will al­ w ays be together mentally. You only deserve the best! By the w ay, cupid can speak in paragraphs now! Karpie and Kitaygorodsky - You guys are the coolest! Thanks for being part o f my rebel life. W e ’ll always be there for each other. M y Family - Thanks for the moral support. I will always cherish the love you have given me. Hard w ork always pays off.

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DAVID FRANCO Life moves pretty fast, if you don't open your eyes, you misht just miss it - Ferris Bueller

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This is the time to re­ member 'Cause it will not last forever. These are the days to hold on to 'Cause w e w o n 't althoush w e ’ll w ant to. This is the time But time is sonna change. I know w e ’ve got to move somehow, But I don't w ant to lose you now. - Billy Joel

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Don't stop thinking about tomorrov/, Don't stop, it'll soon be here, it'll be here better than before! - Fleetwood Mac Thanks to all my friends for such terriffic years: Terry, Chris, Papa, B.H., Cory, Will, Kenny, Adam, Kiernen, Steph, Dina, W endy K., W endy G., Biffy, Barbra, and CordI Sorry if I left anyone out, but remember you are all very special to me.

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It is only with th e heart th a t one ca n see rightly; W h a t is essential is invisible to the eye ,,, "The Little Prince" Friends growing up together, Friends, nothing else could b e better, - Fat Albert

Sunny days, sw eeping the clouds a w a y , On my w a y to w here the air is sw eet, C a n you tell m e how to g e t, How to g e t to Sesam e Street,

Swallow all your tears my love, And put on a n ew fa c e . You c a n never win or lose. If you d o n 't run th e race, - Psychedelic Furs I like it here with my childhood friends, - M en At Work 1 d o n 't ask questions, I just h a v e fun! - Bugs Bunny

Life is no brief c a n d le to m e. It is 0 sort of splendid torch. Which 1h a v e g o t a hold of for th e m o 足 ment. And I w an t to m a k e it burn brightly as possible. Before handing it on to future g e n 足 erations. - G e o rg e Bernard Shaw The longest journey is th e journey in足 wards Of him who has chosen his destiny Who has started upon his quest For the source of his being. - Daj Hammarskjold ". . . to b e a friend to m an y p e o p le is impossible, if th e friendship is to b e based on virtue or e x c e lle n c e , a n d the ch aracter of our friends. W e must be content if w e find e v e n a fe w friends of this kind." - Aristotle

HD息IKI To my special friends "You use o glass of mirror to see your face. You use works of art to see your soul." - George Bernard Shaw You are all so beautiful, inside and outside. The unique qualities th a t you each hold are very special. Never let those qualities leave your minds or souls. My love and friendship to all o f you 'til eternity. To my parents For a seed to flourish it takes support and love. I have been your seed. You have guided me through life with your love and your support and I will be forever grateful. Thank you for helping me to flourish. My deepest love to you always.

Those school girl days of telling tales, and biting nails a re gone; But in my mind I know They will live on and on , . . - To Sir With Love


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If you know the enem y and know yourself, you need not fear the result o f a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enem y nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle . . . - SUN TZU


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So many faces in and out of my life Some will last Some will just be now and then Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes I'm afraid it's time for goodbyes . . . > Billy Joel

When you wish upon a star Makes no difference who you are Anything your heart desires Will come to you . . . - Jimny Cricket

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w Mommy, Louis, M e l­ issa, and Michael (I can’t forget P, F, and D) I never thought that I could rely on you as much as I have. I love you and thank you for everything that you say and do. I love you


Karen Melanie Richardson Each day I live I w ant to be A day to give The best o f me Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m only one But not alone M y finest day Is yet unknown W. H. Mom and Dad, Thank you both for your love and support. I o w e w hat I am to you!

Casey, You are a sweet, lovins and dependable friend. I have always been able to laugh through the good and the bad and I will miss you next year.

Miss Ryan, R.H., J.A., A .L , J.W., M.deM, B.S., I'll never forget the fun, hardwork, and the victories!

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You can get just so much from a good thing You can linger too long in your dreams Say goodbye to the oldies but goodies 'cause the good 'ol days w e re Always good And tom orrow ain’t as b seems

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Class people handle victory and d efeat the same w ay - gracious­ ly, with their heads held high. They d o n ’t brag in victory, or make excuses in defeat.

Oliver, 's you're one o f a kind

iMiss Ryan: You are the 5best coach anyone Ixould ask for. I have Hearned sportsmanship, friendship, and how to ' be tough. I o w e so very much to you. I will miss I you, thank you!

Mom & Dad: Thank you for always being there for me and supporting me In e v ­ erything f do.

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Never Be the First Who will later be the Last!

If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make al­ lowance for their doub­ ting too; If you can meet with tri­ umph and disaster and treat those tw o imposters just the same. Yours is the earth and ev­ erything that’s in it.

He w ho has the stron­ gest will, w ho best con­ trols his fear - he is the freest o f all.

Radamir, Your time with me has changed my life. Thank you!

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Mom and Dad, Thank you for your and caring. You helped me more w ords can express. make you all proud!

KIRK, you're the only child now. I wish you all the luck in the world!

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LONNI WEINSTEIN ME. A MASTERMIND BEHIND ENEMY LINES!

Some o f us will do our jobs well and some will not; but w e will all be judged by only one thing. The result. - Vince Lombardi

Don’t take life too seriously, you’ll never get out alive. - Bugs Bunny


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Al or Lou - Pick one! ILY!

Ice & Big Bon - W e've had good times, and bad ones, let's remember the great ones. Ryan- Thanks fo r everything Benny & Maris - I love you guys!

W e are the peo ple, and w e live forever, and our future's w ritten on the wind. J.C.N.

Without hope, w ithout love, y o u ’ve sot nothin but pain, just mal<es a man not sive a dam. That’s no w ay for us to live, w e ’ve sot to fill these em pty hands. J.C.M.

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W hat a long strange trip its been.

M y freedom I hold dear, Ramble on . . . - L. Zeppelin


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1999 WESTOPi ALMOriD - THE EXECUTIVE MAnAQER OF EFCOT

ERIC BELL - STILL TRYiriQ TO SIHQ WELL ELIZABETH BEMEDEK - WRITING HER OWM GOSSIP COLUMN SOPHIE BERGE - COMMUTIflQ BETWEEN RIO AND NELLS DINA BERGER - RUNNING HER OWN DAY CARE CENTER JONATHAN BERGER - STILL SMILING CASEY BERNSTEIN - GOSSIP COLUMNIST FOR THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER DEBBIE BERSON - IN BUSINESS WITH JENNA AND ALLYSON WILLIAM BETTS - STILL BROWN-NOSING MS. CONNELL BELU BIRLA - HOLDING DOWN A 1 0 0 HOUR A WEEK JO B CHRIS BLOOM - A GYNECOLOGIST ALLISON BLUMENTHAL - AN AFRICAN SAFARI LEADER MAGGIE BRIGER - A BUILDING CONTRACTOR ZOE BRUNS - IN GREECE WITH GILLIAN RODNEY CAPEL - PRODUCER OF THE CBS EVENING NEWS LINNEA DANNA - THE MANAGER O F "I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S YOGURT" DAVINA DAVIS - MARRIED AND IN GREECE MARISA DEMOURA - A STAND-UP COMEDIENNE MORTON DUBIN - PRESIDENT O F THE NATIONAL DEBATING TEAM DAVID DUSHEY - WORKING UNDER SAM AT CHARAVARI MICHAEL EHRLICH - MARRIED TO AN ORTHODOX JEW CHRIS EIGSTI - STAGE MANAGING ON BROADWAY WILLIAM ESTES - A PROFESSIONAL PO O L PLAYER WITH JAM ES JAM ES FELDER - THE FASHION COORDINATOR FOR BARNEYS NEW YORK STEPHANIE FINE - LIVING IN NEW YORK CITY WITH A DOG, TWO KIDS, AND A STATION WAGOH JO H N FIRTH - TOWEL BOY FOR THE NEW YORK KNICKS CORY FLEISHMAN - STILL TRYING TO BE JEREMY DAVID FRANCO - MARRIED TO A NICE JEW ISH GIRL TERRY FRIEDBERG - STILL TRYING TO BUY LOVE HEATHER FRIEDMAN - RUNNING HER OWN BALLET SC H O O L RAE GOLDRING - LIVING AND WORKING ON A RANCH, AND PAINTING IN HER SPARE TIME DOUG GREENBERG - STILL PESTERING - EVERYONE WENDY GREENBERG - LIVING IN LONDON WITH STING STEPHANIE GRUSKIN - BACK IN PORT WASHINGTON SAM HADDAD - MANAGER O F CHARAVARI BRAIN HIRSCH - TRYING TO BE A SUAVE, KINKY GUY

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1999 AMTHOMY HOLBROOKE - MAMAQIMQ THE MEW REQQAE LOUMQE ARIEL HYATT - MARRIED TO A FiOri-COnFORMlST ARTIST AMD LIVIPiQ IM THE VILLAGE TAMARA JACOBSOri - OM A VOLLEYBALL TEAM . . . STILL BEnCHWARMIMQ SHAROM KAPMER - DESIQNinQ HER OWPS LIME OF CLOTHES PAUL RARLITZ - LIVIFIQ AT HOME (WITH MOMMY) WEMDY KLEin - IPi THE QUlFiMESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS FOR THE MOST MOOD SWINGS DAVID KLEiriMAM - RADAMIR'S SUCCESSOR JOAnnE KOLKER - STILL TRYIHG TO FIGURE OUT IF SHE'S A HIPPIE OR A PRinCESS AMTOniA KOLLER - A STRUGGLIMG ARTIST JAMIE KOZ - A TAROT CARD READER OM COLUMBUS AVEMUE TRACY LEVY - LIVIHQ in LOMQ ISLAFiD SEREnA LI - MAnAGlHQ THE LIMITED EXPRESS SAMAF1THA MARAMORE - MRS WARSHOFSKY'S SUCCESSOR ALI riASH - MARRIED TO A RICH JEWISH YUPPIE niCOLE riELSOn - h e a d o f t h e "I c o n s id e r t h e METS my EXTEnDED FAMILY” CLUB MATT PAPiEPinTO - OFI THE COVER OF "MADD" CHRISOS PAPAVASILIOU - OFI THE BEACH . . . IM GREECE . . . WITH CORD LEE PERSOriEni - o n HER THIRD MARRIAGE - TO LOUIE DAVID RAFKinD - STILL BROW nOSinG THE VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM GILLIAn RAGOVOY - R U nninG A PARTY LinE

KAREn RICHARDSOn - AS FAR AWAY FROM THE TELEVISlOn inDUSTRY AS POSSIBLE

JEnnA RITTER - in BUSinESS WITH ALLYSOn AnD DEBBIE CHRISTL\n ROBERTS - L\nn'S BODYGUARD/BACKUP PETER SARnER - LICEnSIMG SARMER SOCCER BALLS ALLYSOn SIEGAL - in BUSinESS WITH DEBBIE AND JEnnA BOnniE SILBERSTEin - STILL TRYinG LAURA SILVERSTOnE - STILL CLAIMinG TO BE FRIEnDS WITH . . . " DEBRA SLUTSKY - STILL HAVinG A CRISIS BLAKE SPAHn - FRAnK'S ASSISTAni JEnnY STEin - a m a k e u p SALESPERSOn ELLY TATUM - DOWn On THIRD STREET, CLEAninG OUT THE BROWnSTOnE LILA THIRKIELD - HAnGinG OUT WITH MATTHEW, JOnATHAn, AND DAnnY CRAIG VARSA - TEACHinG AH ASSERTIVEnESS CLASS EDWin VELOnSKIS - BACK in THE U.S.S.R. Lonni W EinsTEin - t h e FOunDER o f " b u l l ie s A nonYM O us" JAIME WESTOn - STILL TRYinO TO GET PEOPLE TO STOP CALLinG HER WAIME PETER WORTH - THE nEXT AnDRE AGASSI

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LAST WILL WESTON ALMOND - A NEW CARRIBBEAN ADVENTURE ERIC BELL - A REASON TO HAVE AN EGO ELIZABETH BENEDEK - HAIR DYE, BLACK CLOTHING SOPHIE BERGE - A PIECE OF JEAN PAUL GAUTIER CLOTHING DINA BERGER - A MUZZLE JONATHAN BERGER - A HAIRCUT CASEY BERNSTEIN - SIX MORE FAMILY MEMBERS DEBBIE BERSON - ALLYSON AND JENNA WILLIAM BETTS - MS. CONNELL BELU BIRLA - A PRANK PHONE CALL FROM ASHOKE CHRIS BLOOM - A G.l. JOE CLOTHING CATALOGUE ALLISON BLUMENTHAL - REAL DREDLOCKS MAGGIE BRIGER - A NEW BUILDING FOR EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK ZOE BRUNS - A FUSCHIA SKIRT RODNEY CAPEL - STANFORD UNIVERSITY LINNEA DANNA - MORE HAIR DAVINA DAVIS - A CUTE PAIR OF SOCKS MARISA DEMOURA - AN AMERICAN BOYFRIEND MORTON DUBIN - SOMEONE WHO CAN PUT UP WITH HIM FOR MORE THAN 5 MINUTES DAVID DUSHEY - SAM AND DAVID MICHAEL EHRLICH - SOMEONE TO COORDINATE HIS CLOTHES CHRIS EIGSTI - NEW MAGAZINES WILLIAM ESTES - tf Ie ILLIAD JAMES FELDER - A RAZOR STEPHANIE FINE - A HUSBAND WITH THE LAST NAME OKAY JOHN FIRTH - MATURITY (WITH DOUG) CORY FLEISHMAN - S.A.T. SCORES DAVID FRANCO - SAM AND DAVID TERRY FRIEDBERG - A PORSCHE HE DOESN'T HAVE TO LEASE FROM DADDY HEATHER FRIEDMAN - THE LEADING ROLE IN ANNIE RAE GOLDRING - A SPASTIC POMERANIAN DOUG GREENBERG - MATURITY (WITH JOHN) WENDY GREENBERG - MR. GREENWALD; MR. FOSTER; JOHN KENNEDY JR.; STING; ETC. STEPHANIE GRUSKIN - PERMANENT BLUE EYES SAM HADDAD - A BRIEFCASE BRIAN HIRSCH - WHIPS AND CHAINS

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W e, the class of 1989, being of questionable mind and body, do hereby bequeath to the following teachers . . .

THE SENIORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LAST REVENGE Mr. Anderson - A Model U.N. trip for every weekend

Mrs. Bab - An interested class

Mr. Brown - A virus that wipes out his computer system

Mr. Cadra - Cosmetic surgery

Mrs. Callaway - An enemy

Mr. Capsis - Army troops

Doctor Chambart - A shopping spree . . . at K-mart

Mr. Clark - Doug Greenberg . . . asleep

Ms. Connell - Private tutoring with Lonni

Mr. Cooke - A magazine rack in the bathroom

Miss Delson - An Om

Mr. Didkovsky - A faithful Xerox club

Mrs. Ellis - Someone who knows what her title is

Mr. Engle - Another son . . . to name John Marshall


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A N D TESTAMENT ANTHONY HOLBROOKE - A SHORTER TIE ARIEL HYATT - A PARTY AT THE TUNNEL TAMARA JACOBSON - TENNIS LESSONS SHARON KAPNER - SOMETHING PURPLE PAUL KARLITZ - A SIZE SMALLER EDWIN JEANS WENDY KLEIN - A M O O D SWING DAVID KLEINMAN - A BAD BODY JOANNE KOLKER - A PERMANENT IDENTITY ANTONIA ROLLER - FULL AP ART CREDIT JAMIE KOZ - A SUCCESSFUL PARTY TRACY LEVY - A REAL ACCENT SERENA LI - A SMOKELESS DAY SAMANTHA NARAMORE - JON TRAISTER FOREVER ALI NASH - ANOTHER NOSE JOB NICOLE NELSON - AN EVENING WITH ALEC TRIBEC MATT PANEPINTO - MORE POLY-O STRING CHEESE CHRISOS PAPAVASILIOU - WISHING CORD WAS STILL HERE LEE PERSONENI - A FAITHFUL RELATIONSHIP DAVID RAFKIND - AN ALL SEASON PASS TO THE GIANTS' GAMES GILLIAN RAGOVOY - A LIFE TIME SUPPLY OF HALL'S COUGH DROPS KAREN RICHARDSON - A MEAN STREAK JENNA RITTER - DEBBIE AND ALLYSON CHRISTIAN ROBERTS - SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT CALL HIM T-BONE PETER SARNER - DON PEDRO ALLYSON SEIGAL - DEBBIE AND JENNA BONNIE SILBERSTEIN - LONGER SKIRTS LAURA SILVERSTONE - A SECRET AFFAIR THAT ACTUALLY IS KEPT A SECRET DEBRA SLUTZKY - SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT MAKE FUN OF HER LAST NAME BLAKE SPAHN - SOMEONE WHO DOESN'T ADORE HIM JENNY STEIN - A FULL WEEK IN SCHOOL ELLY TATUM - NAMEDROPPING LILA THIRKIELD - MR, DIDKOVSKY CRAIG VARSA - A NEW PAIR OF PANTS EDWIN VELONSKIS - TWO CHEESEBURGERS, FRENCH FRIES . . . LONNI WEINSTEIN - A CAB RIDE FROM MCDONALD'S JAIME WESTON - CELLULITE PETER WORTH - A TENNIS RACQUET

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Gillian Ragavoy

Most M aternal..........................................................

Casey Bernstein

Most Likely to be on a Psychiatrist’s c o u c h ........

Wendy Klein

Most Paternal...........................................................

Chrisos Papavasiliou

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Teachers most likely to be mistaken for students

Mr. Ryan/Ms. Delson

Favorite Departm ent...............................................

Physical Education

Most intellectual.......................................................

James Felder

Biggest Pain in the N e c k .........................................

Cory Fleishman

Most Likely to be the Other W om an....................

Wendy Greenberg

Most Likely to be In perfect dress c o d e ..............

Billy Estes

Most Likely to be out of dress c o d e ....................

All the girls

Most Likely to be in Mr. Goodin’s o ffice..............

Matt Panepinto/Lonni Weinsten

Most Likely to run for President.............................

James Felder

Most necessary thing at Dwight............................

Frank

Most Likely to answer to “Studmuffin” ..................

Terry Friedberg

Most Supercilious.....................................................

Terry Friedberg

Least typical Dwightonian......................................

Alison Blumenthai

Most enthusiastic.....................................................

Casey Bernstein

Biggest Workaholic.................................................

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Plan a trip this year that involves swimming the .En­ glish Channel. Your w arm character will affect the people around you. Beware of people who carry guns; they could be dangerous.

° You are headed for big trouble towards the middle of the year. Watch out for people wearing three watches. September will bring you happi­ ness. During the w in­ ter wear mittens.

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Beware of falling pianos during July. A tall dark stranger will enter your life. Remember looks are deceiving. At the end of the year invest money in the stock market, the bulls will be ru n ­ ning.

People might see double w hen they look at you. If you meet someone that interests you, re­ member to shower and use soap. Octo­ ber will be your month; you will not have to buy a cos­ tume for Halloween.

Joe Jackson might stop by your house. Do not go swimming in the East River du r­ ing the summer, you might run into some garbage. The first week of December might bring some surprises.

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The year entered with a roar. It will not slow down. Try not to over-do- it. If you do, you might become tired and sleep for a month. Longer nights will be great for you because in the darkness you might find, some light.

Things will seem new to you during the summer. Your old tricks will not work on your new friends. Avoid look­ ing into mirrors in October, You might not like w hat you see.

This will be the best year of your life so far. Learn how to manipulate people, it will be to your ad­ vantage. Do not go sledding in Central Park during Novem­ ber, esp. if there is no snow.

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During the sum ­ mer get a part time job as a wrestler. Learn to work out your problems in November. Some changes might hap­ pen to you during the full moon. Do not watch falling stars, one might hit you.

You will not get along w ith your par­ ents this year. Try not to get into fights this year; you will al­ ways come out the loser. Always wear a hat in the winter, it keeps your head warm.

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Back Row; N ick Merrill, Kris Palestrini, Jesse Hollander, Joseph Lugo, Justin M alko Middle Row: Adam Palminteri, Michael Lindenbaum, Catherine Luttinger, Veronica Lax, Alex Ross, Kevin Orbe Front Row: Lotti Rumble, M atthew M cGuire, Joy Lundeen, T ara Isserman, L aura Klain, Alexandra Miller

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Back Row: Alexander Endeshaw, Hakim Fajardo, Kendall Austin, Sean A rgm an, Patrik Casey, Benjamin Greene Middle Row: Shawn Goldman, Michael Decker, Evan Diamond, Tim othy Elder, Douglas Davis, Larry Finklestein Front Row: Alison'Bayer, Keirnan Costello, B arbara Feltman] Jill Aronsky, Caroline Barba, Karen Bierman Sitting: Mollie Boline, Hillary Black, Sam antha Don足 nelly . , -------- , --------- -


OF 1990

Back Row: M a rk Levin, David Schneider, W alter Swerdlow, Douglas Sum mer, John Shapiro, Peter Timmins M iddle Row: John Shriber, Christopher Shane, Dana Wilson, Lee Yalowitz, Adam Schefflan, Peter W inston, W illiam Vaschetta, Jennifer Taylor Front Row: Karlisa Rodney, Abbe Shatles, Julie Vipler, Allison R atner, Anna Skoler, Bryan Schnabolk

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SENIOR

Back Row: Jam ie Koz, Brain Hirsch, John Firth, Eric Bell, William Betts, Doug G reenberg, Dave Klienman Middle Row: Serena Li, W endy Greenberg, W endy Klein, Tracy Levy, Joanne Kolker, Paul Karlitz, Sam H addad, Sophie Berge Front Row: Nicole Nelson, Stephanie Fine, Stephanie Gruskin, Ariel H yatt, H eather Friedman, Tam m y Jacobson m

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Back Row: W eston Almond, Billy Estes, Jon Berger, Chris Eigsti, Casey Bernstein, Dina Berger Middle Row: Linnea D anna, David Franco, David Dushey, Rodney Capel, Debbie Berson, M aggie Briger, Chris Blooin, Belu Birla First Row: M arissa deM oura, Zoe Bruns, Michael Ehrlich, Cory Fleishman, M orty Dubin, Alison Blumenthal

Back Row: Peter Sarner, Chrisos Papavasiliou, Lee Personeni, M atthew Panepinto, David Rafkind, Christian Roberts Front Row - Sharon Kapner, K aren Richardson, Alison N ash, Jenna R itter, Lila Thirkield, Lonni W einstein


DWIGHT SURVIVORS 1983 - 1989

Ariel Hyatt, Elinor Tatum, Samantha Naramore, James Felder, Karen Rich足 ardson, Matt Panepinto, Nicole Nelson, Jon Berger, Bonnie Silberstein, Casey Bernstein, Lila Thirkield, Morton Dubin, Serena Li, Lonni Weinstein, Chrisos Papavasiliou, William Estes, Weston Almond, Sharon Kapner, Terry Friedberg, Belu Birla, Missing: Rae Goldring, Doug Greenberg.


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S A D D Awareness Day Dwight School Spelling Contest

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NEWSPAPER

Stephanie Trepper, Ms. Delson, Evan Gallahou, Paul K arlitz, Alex Ross, Terry Friedberg, Shaw n Gold足 man, L aura Silverstone, Stephanie Fine, Nicholas M erril, Brian Hirsch, W illiam Estes, Allison Blumenthal.


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Salwa A bdullah, R ae Goldring, Debra Slutsky, Sam antha N arram ore Missing: L aura W eingarten


MODEL UNITED NATIONS

Billv Estes, Jam es Felder, W eston Almond, Antonia Kollar, M orton Dubm, D e b r a S lu tz k y , p r i s t i a n Roberts Seth H anau, Dave Kislin, N ick M errill, Tim Eider, Peter Timm m s, Kevin Orbe, W ally Swerdlow, Steven Benedek, Kevin Zolot, Jim m y Sanz, T anaz Eshagian, A dam Krutzel, D arren M acri Missmg: Michael Reed, M att Sheldon


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Jigme Shakabpa, Alex Ross, Christian Roberts, Brian Hirsch, Luke Linder

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GIRLS MINI J. V. VOLLEYBALL

Brett Levner, Jeanne Kasovcty, Jessica Erskin, Annie Sigal, Lauren Lombardi, Am y Neidich, Verushka Cardosa

GIRLS J. V. VOLLEYBALL

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TRACK TEAM

David Kleinman, Eii Tatum , Peter Sarner, M a tt Panepinto, Antonia Koller, M r. Ryan, Chris Bloom, Chrisos Papavasiliou, S a m an th a N aram ore, Chris Eigsti, Kris Palestrini, Ben Greene, Christian Roberts.


GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Back: Debbie Berson, Glynnis Radelman, Desiree Rosaria-Moodie, Jill Aronsky, Jennifer Blick. Middle; Ms. Ryan, Stephanie Trepper, Emily Fader, M arina Gurin, Dana Wilson. Front: Jaimie Weston, Karen Richardson, Bonnie Silberstein The Girls Varsity Basketball Team cannot be compared to any other previous team. They have made a fresh start by since losing four of their starting seniors from last year. Although young, new up and coming talent is on the way to lead another Dwight girl’s team to victory. W ith Jaim e W eston’s outside shot as point guard, Bonnie Silberstein’s low power moves and Karen “ Ice” Richardson’s strong rebounds, the team ’s senior leaders couldn’t be better. Dana Wilson’s low post moves and Jill “ Pill” Aronsky’s rebounds along with the seniors make up the starting line. Dererel-Roserio Moody, Emily Fader, Stephanie Trepper, Debbie Berson (senior), and M arina Guerin provided for a young, hard working, eager to learn bench. M anagers Linnea Danna, Casey Bernstein, A m anda Fenton, Allison Levin and Abby Shattles were a great help . . . of course the team wouldn’t be anywhere without the fabulous coaching of Ms. Karen Ryan.

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This year the Varsity team proved to be one of the greatest teams in Dwight histo­ ry Being led by the experienced Senior veterans Eric Bell, Willie Betts, John Firth, and Doug Greenberg, this year’s Varsity team reached exciting highs. Welcomed to the team was rookie sensation Jason Betts. When the Seniors leave in ’89, the team will lose a serious asset. But with returning stars Kiernen Costello, Kendall Austin, Hakim Fajardo, Jason Betts, and Mr. C a d ra ’s coaching experience, Dwight will be fine for the ’89— ’90 season. specially written by Senior veteran - Eric Bell


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T E A M M EM B ER S: Eve Yalowitz, Nicole Ross, Nicole Strauss, Jaim e Aronson, Francesca Itskoff, Elizabeth Tartell, Elizabeth Pizzi, Sarah Bedford, Hillary Black, M eredith Rosen Coach: Jim Honda


BOY’S J. V. BASKETBALL

front row: Jason Alper, Adam Grasheim, Scott Landis, Kevin Zolot, Peter Miller, Doug Mckenna back row: Brad Berson, Anthony Percival, Adam Faleck, Ed Metzendorf, Justin Levy, Josh Madi­ son, Coach Capsis


Girls J. V. Basketball

Karyn Larkin, Brett Levener, Alicia Pokoik, Jeanne Kasovitch, Jessica Erskine, Jackie DeSanctis, Lauren Lombardi, Annie Sigal, Rodney Capel (coach)

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Back- Jack Hazard,

Sam M arshall-Harvy, Ori Plasse Middle-Joel Hanousek, Sam M arbarger, Chet Bloom, Victor Holland, Todd Fisher, David Engle Front -Shomari Hearn, Jason Wisdom, Mitch Karasik, Jassin C hatteram

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BOYS VARSITY SOFTBALL

Alex Ross, Michael Ehrlich, Rodney Capel, Chrisos Papavasiliou, David Kallenberg, Doug Gurney, Ben Greene, Derek Axelrod, Kris Palestrini, Emily Fader.


GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL

Linnea D anna, Jaim e Weston, Jill Aronsky, Caroline Barba, Bonnie Silberstein, Emily Fader, Stephanie Trepper, Joy Lundeen.


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Noah Zelnik, Luke Linder, Cory Fleischmann, Blake Spahn, Ed Metzendorf, Doug Boxer

The 1987 - 88 Varsity tennis team was made up of a pow­ erhouse singles lineup which included; Louis Addesso a 1st singles, Alex Dank at 2nd singles, and Blake Spahn at 3rd singles. All ranking eastern players, each one only lost one singles match during the entire season. The team was bolstered with strong doubles play from the #\ doubles tandem of Jeremy Sloan and Luke Linder, and the #2 doubles team of Cory Fleischmann and Ed Metzendorf. N oah Zelnick and Doug Boxer were the team ’s two alternates, but they both saw a lot of action at both 1st and 2nd doubles throughout the year. The team won its League, and played in the city championships at the end of the year. They lost in a heartbreaking final against Cardozo. This year showed Dwight’s tennis program to be in top form.

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Classifieds D e b a n d A ! - You h o v e b e e n th e greoresr! I'll miss y o u like y o u could n e v e r im a gine. Let the m em o ries live on: Kirf's-Morr M offTunnel-Doby J-AI's roof-Yuppies-Nev/ Year's Eve 1988-Dumb leveiJockson Hole's-Chocolare c a k e (u m m )-v a m p ire s -V e e k ly -A irp lo n e DU(?)-No Nam e- Dimbo-Sangria-Senior slump-Clumsy ir-m e llo w times-inrense folks Cheers ro Rubidium, rhe 37fh e le m e n t on rhe periodic ta b le . . . a nd fo rhe future. Thanks fo r e v e ry th in g ! Love Jenna (D. F. F.) James. Dilly - I'v e k n o w n y o u guys fo r m o re than half m y life. S o m e w h e re a lo n g the line it's b e e n sold. I'll miss y o u . . . Nicole - Long live the sixth grodes class tripl A rie l - W e said it all a t DU's. From M ichoel Jockson to Jaime? to

o--f could understand 1 ^1V .J . e a c ii i_;jriei iu IinuCii I IU V.I I III iii soci'i I ---------tim e. Even th o ug h w e storted quickly, this w o n 't e n d so fast. N e v e r lose the uniqueness th a t is a p o rt o f yo u , it Is s o m e th in g tru ly rare a n d special. ILY!-When-De Laura - I'm n ot g o in g to soy I'll miss y o u n e x t y e a r because SUhe re w e c o m e ! I co n 't e v e n b e g in to w rite all o u r re m e m b e r w h e n 's-b u t I w ill soy y o u h o v e b e e n the greatest. You d e o lt w ith m e o n d m y m oo d sd d o n 't k n o w h o w y o u d id it). Y ou w e r e there fo r th e b ig p ro blem s, a n d the n ot so b ig p ro b le m s. Your smile o lw o y s b ro u g h t sunshine' to m y d o y (e v e n in thunderstorms), Thonk y o u fo r o lw o y s b e in g there. Do m e o n e fo v o r-d o n 't g o to R oo se velt Island. K e e p bringing sunshine into o th e r p e o p le 's lives os y o u h o v e in m in e. ILY-W endy To M y Teachers - All o f y o u h o v e inspired m e in special ways. M y m e m o rie s o f y o u w ill linger in m y m in d o lw o ys. L o ve -W e n d y Klein Nic- You a re incredible! From k e e p in g e v e ry th in g colm , to k n o w ­ ing w h a t kind o f ICDY I like, to b e in g o g re o t listener. Stay os sw e e t os y o u ore. You w ill d e fin ite ly g o fo r in life.-ILY-W endy Diffy - W e fin o lly m o d e it! S om etim es w e h o v e ou r difference, b u t o th e r rimes w e shore o lot o f rhe so m e things(ha,ho)! Through e v e ry th in g ou r friendship has m o n o g e d to stoy q u ite stable. Al-

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m e and m y depressing music. I lo v e you, to o Nicole Alison, M o r r y - You tw o o re olm ost os e x tra o rd in a ry os I am . You h o v e to u che d m y life a nd ch a n ge d its course. M a y w e oil find true co n ten tm e n t. Nicole

Co-Edlror - You p ut up w ith oil m y s — o n d y o u w e r e omozing. From b e in g m o o d y to b e in g h y p e r. Y ou d e a lt w ith all o f if. I d o n 't k n o w h o w y o u did if, b ut th o nk y o u ’s o re nor e n o u g h . I'm confi­ d e n t th a t y o u w ill a c h ie ve oil th a t y o u strive for. ILY-Co-editor Steph - Friendship is b e in g a b le to talk a b o u t a n yth in g - fro m rhe m eaningless ro th e m ost in d e p th -w e h o v e c o n q u e re d all o f it. Thank y o u fo r a lw a y s b e in g there. Your friendship has m e o n r so m uch fo m e. K n o w h o w special y o u ore. ILY-W endy

Sam onrho - W e h a ve hod our ups a nd downs, b ut e v e ry th in g hos tu rn e d o u t fo r rhe best w h e n it com es d o w n to it. You h a v e d e fi­ nite ly b e e n a friend. I just h o p e th a t I've b e e n th e re fo r y o u or least holf as much os y o u h a v e b e e n there fo r m e. Thanks for e v e ry th in g . I'll miss you. XOXO Jenno.

Sophie - Thanks fo r all th e lunches. Stay s w e e t o lw o ys. ILY-Wendy

W e n d y - Charlton Heston p ut his vest on.

Terry - I miss our friendship, bu t k n o w I still lo v e yo u . W e n d y

W e n d y - W hen I'm w ith y o u I a lw a y s seem to h o v e o g o o d tim e. I'll miss those long nights. Love a lw a y s Nicole.

M ike B - B iw ee kly, W h e n y o u sleeping o v e r m y house? Nov 6, 1986, A n im a l Doy Tour, I3rass ring th a t soys g o o n on it. No o ne cores if y o u liv e or die, Rojlts, Pothfinder, A re y o u la u ghing o r pu ­ king on yourself? August 10, 1988- R o d n e y 's schmoos, Donny'sFriendship.

Jen - Y eohl! W e m o d e it!! W e h o ve hod som e a w e s o m e times to g e th e r th a t I w ill n e v e r fo rg e t. Thanks fo r listening. Let the g o o d times roll. I'll miss y o u b a b e , x o x o Jenno(N ever forget:5EE SAW) R. E. L. - \ d o n 't k n o w w h a t I w o u ld h a v e d o n e this y e a r w ith o u t y o u r friendship.(sounds fam iliar). I co n 't b e lie v e th a t tw o p e o p le

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Laura Klain - Be g o o d n e x t y e a r, a n d d o n 't miss m e to o much! ILY-W endy

M ike G - Sumin, I must flush it in th e ir m ug , O O O F OH MAN, g et our o f the cor, slide if d o n 't push it, I d e se rve ro b e spit on. Chip up the nose, I'm M o n e y M ike Mr. R o b o ro o f G a rb a g e .


■ ■ , Jim m y Cliff, P Train Sellin, He s sellin, I lo v e q g o o d co lle g e porfy, John Me, Doveoh, uni, D e m o n e -d id n ’r y o u fe e l it.

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c o m ing years, a n d I h o p e w e con o lw o y s k e e p in touch. Love, H eather Lonni - W e 'v e had m o re than a friendship o v e r the years. From science, A-, to wrestling, w e ’v e shared the best o f times. R ockefel­ ler LA - Y o u 're a g re a t friend a nd I lo v e yo u . Portles: Quarters: Jason (the Dahomos), D anny,(rollercoaster, po rk) D avid a n d all the rest: w e h o v e hod o lot o f fun. I lo v e you, Alison W e n d y ■ You are on a m a zin g big sis a n d friend. Little O rph a n Annie: D a nbee, Colum bia, Dwight; Florida, N e w Years, M ugum -

Personal - ATW W estern Skies 51- W e w e r e the best! A d a m - N o b o d y just walks, SKYE. M orion, Boo H a rve y Angela, Can y o u b o o t it, $ slices. FIR,EI Isoih Thomos a t BGE. A m a n d a Fenton - Trust in m e-l lo v e you. AF - "If I h ad the w o rld, I d g iv e if to y o u .' SH - To our little secrets A^O- July 4th 1988. is this o spoceship. o re th e y there-l d o n 't know A lot o f p e o p le k n o w . . . M ik e y - J o the s u m m e r o f 85. the g o ld la b e l a n d p e tro le u m c o m ­ p any. a n d all y o u r trips into th e city. " Y e a h I w a n n a b e w e ll." Personal - 1) MOB 2) PG 3o ) KW 3 b ) MB 3c) JF d) EK "W h e n one d o o r is closed d on t y o u kn o w a n o th e r is o p e n " BM 'I d o n 't kn o w w h e re life w ill le a d m e bur I k n o w w h e re I'v e b e e n, I con'r soy w h a t life w ill show, bu t I k n o w w h a t I'v e seen, tried m y hand at lo ve a nd friendship bur oil th a t Just passed a n d g o n e , this little b o y is m o v in g ON! JC KIERDO - The d riv e fo r M ok. SoulJoh-Adja. Puking on Park Ave, Rockefeller. 65rh, Post-Proctice Party. G o rb o g e 2 A r i e l - 1con t b e lie v e w e 'v e fin a lly g ra d u a te d . It seems like o n ly ye ste rd o y th a t I m e t y o u a t Rebecca's ninth b irth d a y p a rty. I con re m e m b e r m y first visit to Dwight, w h e n y o u w e re th e re to show m e around. I h o v e re a lly e n jo y e d b e in g friends w ith yo u , espe­

bo, Bernies-besr times. I lo v e you, Alison Dina - It's b e e n on incredible y e a r; Bernies, M u g u m b a , Roccon, Bear. Y o u 're on o m a zin g friend a n d d o n 't e v e r change. Y o u 're the best. D o n 't fo rg e t th e g re a t times; Free to Be. I lo v e yo u , Alison LUo - I'll miss yo u , y o u r cat, a nd rabbit. Follow y o u r Bliss. Love, Nicole Louis - I lo v e y o u fo r all y o u r faith in m e. You n e v e r g a v e up on m e. Aside fro m b eing m y b o yfrie n d , y o u o re m y best friend. W he n I'm w ith y o u I fe e l so special and strong. W he n I'm upset I k n o w all I h o v e to d o is look a t yo u , because y o u m o k e m e smile in o w a y no o n e else con. You k n o w I lo v e y o u a nd a lw a ys will. Love, Lee DIokesrer- From those e a rly d ays o f Nightingale o nd the Breakers, w e h o v e bo th g ro w n to lo v e y o u q u ite a bit. If is just lucky for us th a t y o u d e c id e d to fo llo w us to Dwight. G ood luck in school n e x t y e a r, and d o n 't fo rg e t a b o u t us w h e n y o u a re rich a nd fa ­ mous. A lw a y s re m e m b e r the g o o d times. W e lo v e you. Stud! Hugs and Kisses, W e n d y and Biffy and Biffy Biffy & Laura - You guys h o v e g iv e n us LOADS o f EXCITEMENT. Thanks fo r y o u r tim e. Love, etc . . . Chris 6 Chrisos (respectively)

cially during m y ye ars a t D w ight. I wish y o u oil the best in the

ELIZABETH - I h o p e y o u can find this because I just could n ot put Biffy considering h o w y o u fe e l a b o u t it lo tely. E v e ry b o d y w rites the s o m e thing in these classifieds, bur I could no t resist the o p p o r­ tu n ity to le a v e a n o th e r m ark in this b ea utifu l y e a rb o o k !! W e h a ve d e fin ite ly co m e a long w a y since our e ighth g ra d e tim es o f braces, crushes, o n d giggling o v e r cheese b o lls .. . . W ell, I suppose w e w ill n e v e r stop giggling, b ut w e re a lly h o v e g ro w n up q u ite o bit to g e th e r. By th e tim e y o u rea d this, h o p e fu lly y o u w ill k n o w w hich state y o u o re g o in g to be in n e x t ye a r- b ut no m a tte r h o w for o w o y fro m Boston y o u are, the p h o n e bills o re g o in g to be

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o u tra g e o u s b e tw e e n us . . . Difmonsrer, th e re ore som e things I k n o w w e w ill n e v e r stop la u ghing a b o u t: th e proms, N ew Year's Eve, Spring Dreali, the hospital?!, b a d habits th a t o re fun, som e things w ill n e v e r c h a n ge . . . o n d th a nk g o d fo r that! You wil! olw o y s be m y little b iff-b o tto m , Elizabeth deor, and I lo v e y o u olw oys. Kisses a nd hugs, sm ooshy!! Love, W e n d y. NICOLE, ARIEL, WENDY K. - th e y e a rb o o k staff! You guys w e re e n d are the greatest. Thanks fo r putting up w ith m e thro u g h oil the ups a n d dow n s o f y e a rb o o k . I k n o w e v e n n o w th a t is no eosy task, bu t I think it w os w o rth it. ! a m g o in g to miss oil those iote nights on the serious v e rg e o f insanity, calm ing ourselves w ith y o ­ gurt a n d b o p p in g to the radio!! I wish y o u guys the best o f e v e r y ­ thing olw o ys. Love, W e n d y G. SERENA LI - U nfortunately, it is in e v ita b le th a t friends som etim es g ro w o p a rt os th e y g ro w up. I miss th e closeness w e used to have, bu t y o u a lre a d y k n o w that. You ore o n e o f the v e ry rare p e o p le I trust w ith e ve ryth in g , a n d k n o w th a t I w ill o lw o y s b e here for yo u . A fte r oil these years, I fe e l o b o n d w ith y o u I h o p e w ill n e ve r be broken. W e ore fin a lly g raduating. Ena Dow! A nd os co rn y os it sounds, y o u re a lly d e serve the finer things I kn o w y o u w ill g e t in life. Love A lw ays, W e n d y. LILA - As e v e ry o n e does, w h e n I first m e t y o u I th o u g h t y o u w e re v e ry strange, but it d id n 't ta ke m e v e ry long to truly g e t to k n o w th e incredible person y o u ore. W e h o v e hod som e v e ry g o o d times tog eth e r, e v e n if w e ca n 't re m e m b e r a n y o f themCLon-

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d o n )l I k n o w those tim es are no t g oing to e nd just because our days or D w ig h t are. If I've b e e n a fraction o f th e friend y o u h o ve b e e n to m e — w h a t a m I saying? O f course I h o v e b e e n! A lw o y s r e m e m b e r I o m here. I'm really, re a lly here, a nd lucky fo r m e so are y o u . Love A lw ays, W e n d y. W. T. K. - There's to o m uch to soy ond v e ry little o f it's fit to print, so I'll just tell y o u h o w specio! y o u ore ond the tim es w e h o ve

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om usees routes les d e u x -Chris- Robets- tes hobifudesl Enfin, c'est pas fini Je t'o im e . Sophie H e o th e r - 1d o n t think I k n o w a n y o n e as s w e e t as y o u . D o n 't e ve n think o f no t ke e p in g in touch w ith m e n e x t y e o r, I lo v e y o u and b e lie v e it, o. k.? lo ve , S. W e n d y K. - A lth o u g h w e n e v e r b e e n v e r y close, I w ill a lw a ys miss y o u r g o o d h u m o r a n d w o rm sm ile L o ve y o u , Sophie


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in the m id d le of the night, Brian K., the first tim e w e e v e r rolked(The Fly) J S. W h o t o m e m o ry ! a n d so m uch m ore . 1lo v e you. Love-Biffy.

L ono ■ in these past tw o years y o u m a d e m e h a p p y lil^e no o n e else has. Y ou o re the s w e e te st a n d I lo v e you, Sophie

STEPH- The past four years n e v e r w o u ld h o v e b e e n the w a y th e y w e re w ith o u t you. You h o v e b e e n th e re for m e o v e r ond o v e r again, a n d h e lp e d m e g e t through som e p re rty rough times. These w e re th e best four yeors of m y life, and the besr p ort o b o u r th e m w os kn o w in g th a t I h od a friend like you- so m e o n e ro shore not o n ly the g o o d tim es with, bur the b o d times too. 1con o n ly h o p e that 1h o v e b e e n half the friend to you. Thank y o u for e v e r y ­ thing. I'll lo v e y o u alw o ys, B. F. F.-Dino

Frank - Even th o u g h w e a lm ost killed each o th e r the g o o d w e ig h ­ e d o u t th e b ad. Y o u 're a frien d fo re v e r S, A rie l- A nd th e b e a t goes on , , , H o w con I sum up our friendship? I can t I L o ve You!! Coll m e to m o rro w b a b y O, K.? p, s, w a n n a g o to Indio?? Tony - Yo Biddy y o u b e tte r to k e care o f yourself a n d d o n 't y o u d a re fo rg e t m e n e x t y e a r or all th a t w e w e n t thro u g h y o u wil! a lw a y s b e an im p o rta n t frie n d lo v e R E, L, WENDY- W ell w e o re a ctu a lly d o n e ! Do y o u b e lie v e it? Five years of a solid friendship. I must soy 1a m im pressed, I d o b e lie v e thot o v e r th e ye ors w e h o v e c h a n g e d a lot (jum pers, broces, short ond straight hair) bu t y o u o re th e o n e thing that I w o u ld nor h o v e ch a n ge d fo r the w o rld ! Y ou h a v e a lw a y s stood b y m e during m y g o o d a n d b o d rimes a n d that is o p re tty to u g h jo b . So I d o n 't o n ly thank yo u . b ut I also co n g ro tu la te yo u . I w o u ld n e v e r let our friendship dissolve o v e r such o silly thing like co llege, re m e m b e r that and r e m e m b e r th a t 1w ill a lw a y s lo v e y o u for n o w a nd fo re v ­ er! L o ve Elizabeth, KENNY- W h e re d o I start? th e ploy? no! Thot w a s nor ou r fondest m e m o ry ! W e ll w e w e r e no t friends fo r a w h ile , but I w o n 't hold that against y o u or all, I w o n t to tell y o u rhar 1 a m g la d w e hod the su m m e r to reunite y o u r friendship a n d oil o f rhor q u a lity rim e w e spent to g e th e r w a s just incredible. R e m e m b e r the river? That night octu olly tu rn e d o u t O. K. right botfriend? N e ve r fo rg e t that, it w as o b so lute ly fabulous! W e ll I just w o n t y o u to k n o w rhar I lo v e yo u o nd y o u a re the best! Thonks fo r h e lp in g m e w ith all m y p ro b ­ lems a n d a lw a y s telling m e n o t to b e depressed! L o ve olw oysBiffy. P. S, -Garter belt? 5TEPH- W ell Steph. m y litrle gossip partner, y o u h o v e a lw a y s p ul­ led in " th e g o o d stuff' th a t s m y little Steph. You h o v e b e e n g re e t c o m p a n y fo r rhe post tw o years, a n d an incredible friend. W e h o ve shared a lor o f m em o ries, b u t 1 w o u ld n e v e r re p e o t the m . They could g e t in n ocent p e o p le in trou b le . O h w e ll, w o u ld n 't that be o shame? Stephanie r e m e m b e r I lo v e y o u w ith all m y heart and I could n e v e r le a v e yo u . I'll a lw a y s b e w irh y o u s o m e h o w . Love olwoys-Diffy. P. 5. I'll see y o u in rhe H am ptons fo r a n o th e r fun filled w e e k e n d . WENDY K. - W ell w e h a v e h a d ou r differences, but e v e ry th in g se e m e d ro w o rk out. R e m e m b e r all ou r m e m o rie s o v e r rhe post

ALISON-Jhis y e a r has b e e n v e ry special to m e. A m o jo r p o rt o f this w as our friendship. I o n ly regret th a t it did n ot h a p p e n sooner. You ore o re a lly g re a t person, Al, and y o u h o ve to re m e m b e r rhot. W e h od o lot o f g re e t times to g e th e r this ye a r, a nd 1 will n e v e r fo rg e t th e m . Please re m e m b e r th a t no m a tte r h o w m a n y miles o p o rr w e m o y be. I'll still a lw a y s b e here for y o u . You b e tte r visit m e. I lo v e you!-Dina WENDY K. - A lth o u g h w e le a d tw o v e ry sep a ra te lives, w e shore o n e th a t is like no other. For once In m y life I o m speechless. Every­ thing b e tw e e n us is understood. W e h o ve p ro b a b ly g o n e through e v e ry th in g possible to g eth e r, ond yes, w e survived. Our friendship is v e ry special to m e a nd I k n o w th a t it con g o through a n yth in g . Jusf re m e m b e r. I'm o lw o y s jusf a p h o n e coll a w a y . I'll lo v e y o u olw oysl-D ino LAURA - W h o t con I soy? Eating lunch w ith o u t y o u is like having a shirt on bockwords- it is just nor right! Y o u 're a g re a t friend ond o lot o f fun, e v e n th o ug h y o u lough a t m e. I'll miss you! I lo v e you-Dino GILLIAN - Lore again? A lth o u g h g o in g ro school to g e th e r did nor e x a c tly w o rk out, w e hod som e g o o d tim es to g eth e r. Science w o u ld n e v e r h a v e b e e n the som e w ith o u t you. You ore o gre o t friend o n d I lo v e you-Dino D. £ , J. F., W. A. - or is it A d o lp h Alm ond? The ploys, teasing, stupid jokes, teosing, Elvis Presley, clossics, y o u guys ore real characters. I'll n e v e r fo rg e r you! L. G., T. M., M. C, L. W. - G ood luck! You guys ore th e future stors

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TERRY ERIEDDERG- W e o re g o in g ro miss yo u parking your differ­ e n t c o lo re d R a n g e Rovers in fro n t o f school!

SDN-\ a m h a p p y thor w e b e c o m e friends a g a in. I also w o n r ro rha n li y o u o g o in fo r h e lping m e c o m e bock in fo realify. I w ill olw o y s lo v e you. ARG- "Ler's p la y the shohin' g o m e !" I w ill o lw a y s r e m e m b e r N e w Yeor's Eve and fh e roasts I h o p e m unchkin gets be tter. DBS-TD on d y o u m o k e o cute c o u p le (h o ho). You o re o w o n d e rfu l person and friend. Thanks fo r the g o o d times.

DAM-DAM - Put it ro g o o d use — A d a m Smith / R. 6 D. fl. - Y ou guys o re g re o t! I lo v e y o u both. Always remem­ ber; m y fo o f, s p e e d lim it 55, Kitty's, I o m no t o Bimbo, I gotto g e t o u tto he re ! Do y o u l<;now th e street v a lu e o f this mountain? I w o n t m y t w o dollars! W o rld W o r 3, Sting, Columbio, New Year's Eve- o toast to m otols! Here m e n o w a n d b e lie v e m e lorer. Cafe

AFK - I've o n ly kn o w n y o u fo r tw o yeors, b ut w e 'v e h o d o lot o f fun. I'v e e n jo y e d b e in g friends w ith yo u . I w ill a lw a y s r e m e m ­ be r the laughs. CTE - W e had fun in m o th last y e o r ond o g re o t tim e outside of classes this y e o r. You o re a v e ry speciol person a nd I'll miss y o u n e xt yeor.-Ail m y lo v e MAB HEATHER - I'm sorry w e n e v e r g o t to b e re a lly close! You o re the sweetest! Have o blost n e x t y e o r o n d k e e p in touch!-Love, Ariel DOUGIE- W e 'v e c o m e a long w a y since th a t d a y on the bus! Hove a g re a t senior y e o r ond d o n 't d o a n y th in g I w o u ld n 't (h o ,h o ,h o ) Stay cutel-Love, Ariel CAROLINE - W ell or leost so m ething g o o d c o m e o u t o f A n d re w and Jomie-USi! Take core o f yourself o nd I'll see y o ThonksgivingLove, Psudo LAURA - Lord o n ly know s w h o y o u are g o n n a lunch w ith n e x t ye a r! K. i, T.-Love Arie! ALIERESH- You w e re the perfe ct a d d ition to D wight. I'm g la d y o u c o m e oround. G ood iuck in Coll. i'll see y o u in the pork. I lo v e you-Ariel A. S. a n d J. R. - There is to o much to re m e m b e r; " th e ro o f", o u t­ back, no n o m e, kitties, speed limit, A m erican trash, MK, th e Tun­ nel, Nells, the f^eggoe Lounge, I g o tta g e t o u t o f here, d o yo u k n o w the street v o iu e o f this m ountoin, seeyo, O m y G-d le t m e tel! you, 16 a nd n e v e r b e e n kissed, w e w o n t to legolize . . . D on't w o rry b e h o p p y , college guys, yu p p ies too. N e w Year's Eve '88, morals? trosh cons o re c o m fo rto b ie ’ sidewoli^s ore, to o Dun!, Fiori-

Esponol, The Bitter End. R e g g o e Lounge, B o b y J., Dumb level, etc.-Ally 5. D. N., A. R. G., M. A. D., C. T. £ - "Stuck-up ". I kn o w I'm perfea, Sam. You w o n t to g o to Harvard? G ood, y o u 'll lo v e it. The ploys. D o n k e y Donuts, T hum belino. D u b o nn e t. Snow White, another En­ glish p a p e r, C. B. -I- T. B., th e g y m , th e Dohomos, John(Kinky)Thonos. D o n 't b e o sto n ge r in Sonto Fe. Roe. The w a ke -u p colls, the g o o d o d v ic e concerning y o u k n o w w h o , m yes, w e both hove th e s o m e n o m e , lunch tim e . "I s w e a r I'm reo lly going to lose w e ig h t this tim e, J im m y Fronk, Mr. MoiTinelli Laura - W e ll w e h o v e h o d m o n y m e m o rie s this y e o r that ore defi­ n ite ly g o in g to b e r e m e m b e r e d fo r a lo n g tim e. A lw ays remem­ be r N e w Yeor's Eve, F eb ru o ry 5, block ch o m p o g n e , Michael and his b e e r b e lly, t w o blondies, G. A., J. Z.. J. O., A fte r S. A, T.'s party, o n d so m uch m o re . K e e p in touch. L o v e o lw o y s Diffy o nd Wendy. Chrisos a n d Chris - Toast ro us on F eb ru a ry 5. W e w ill miss you. Love a lw a y s Diffy o n d Louro Casey - Y ou o re o n e o f m y first friends in D w ig h t a nd I can't be­ lie v e w e o re o c tu o lly g ro d u o tin g . O ur friendship m eans so much to m e. W h e n e v e r I h o v e o p ro b le m y o u o re o lw o y s ready to listen a n d y o u 'v e h e lp e d m e o lot. Y o u o re so eosy to talk to, on o b so lu te ly g re a t friend. Y ou d e s e rve th e best! L o ve Alwoys, Srephonie W e n d y - W h e re d o I begin? Y o u 'v e b e e n such o g o o d friend to m e . You v e o lw o y s listened to m e w h e n I n e e d e d y o u and gave y o u r o d vic e w h e n I asked. I must soy w e 'v e h od s o m e pretty d e e p conversotions, a n d I h o p e th e y continue. I’m sure they will. G o o d luck w ith e v e ry th in g . Y ou d e s e rve th e best! Love Al­ ways, Stephanie

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K e n n y - " W h e n e v e r I see y o u r smiling fo c e I h o v e to sm ile myself because I lo v e you"-J. T. It is im possible fo r m e to w rite h o w I feel o b o u t yo u . You o re n o t o n ly m y b o y frie n d , y o u 'r e olso m y friend. I've n e v e r m e t a n y o n e os kind, coring, o n d sensitive os yo u , I o f­ ten w o n d e r h o w y o u p u t up w ith m e som e tim e s, b u t I'm glad y o u do. I consider m yself so lucky to h o v e y o u a n d I'll n e v e r fo rg e t


th e m e m o rie s a n d rhe loughs w e h o v e hod. I lo v e y o u olw o ys, Stephanie Laura - F lirtw o m o n l! I d o n 't k n o w w h a t I w o u ld d o w ith o u t y o u during those "c e rto in tim e s ". I'm re a lly g la d y o u c o m e to D wight. W e h a v e h ad o blast. I can just im a g in e the p h o n e colls I'm g o ing to b e g e ttin g fro m y o u n e x t y e a r. G o o d Luck! I lo v e y o u ! S tephan足 ie Dina - W e did it! I c a n 't b e lie v e it! W he n I first m e t y o u in that te rrible study sl^ills p ro g ra m it n e v e r occurred to m e our friendship w o u ld c o m e this far a fte r fo u r years. You h o v e b e e n such a big part o f m y life, a n d I'v e e n jo y e d e v e ry m in u te I'v e spent w ith you. It's strange to think a b o u t n e x t y e a r w ith o u t you, b ut I k n o w our friendship can o n ly g e t stronger. W e 'v e h od ou r shore o f fights, but I think th e y o n ly m o d e our friendship stronger. You h o v e b e e n m y best frien d fo r to u r ye ars a n d y o u k n o w m e b e tte r than most p e o p le e v e r will. Thanks to r b e in g th e re w h e n I n e e d e d you, a nd no m a tte r h o w tor a p a rt w e a re n e x t y e o r. I'll a lw a y s b e here for yo u . L o ve y o u a lw a y s, Stephanie Diffy - M y gossip pa rtn e r! W e h o v e b e c o m e so close these post tw o years esp., a n d I'm so h o p p y a b o u t it. You o re o lw o y s there tor m e w h e n I n e e d to talk o n d b e lie v e m e y o u 'v e b e e n m o re help th a n y o u w ill e v e r k n o w . East H a m p to n w as m e m o ro b le for the b o th o f us, a n d I'm sure w e w o n t e v e r fo rg e t it. There's no d o u b t in m y m in d th a t w e w ill b e sp eaking a n d b e gossiping e v 足 e ry night no m a tte r w h e re w e o re n e x t y e a r. W h a t can I soy? W e can t h e lp ourselves! Y ou o re a g re a t person a n d a g re o t friend! Love, Stephanie Dina - M y first frien d in N Y , . , ,1 r e m e m b e r ou r d a ys o f Osh-Kosh over-olls a n d Sundays g o in g to the L o w e r East Side. O ur fa m ily trips ore d e fin ite ly m e m o ra b le !! W e b o th k n o w w e re friends for life. O ur kids w ill coll us Aunt Dina G A u n t W e n d y . R e m e m b e r th a t I will a lw a y s b e he re to r y o u no m o tte r w h a t distance w e ore Qport. Thanks to r b e in g th e special frien d th a t y o u are. ILY-W endy

A liso n -Y o u 're n o t m y little sister a n y m o r e - y o u 're a speciol friend! You b e tte r co m e visit m e n e x t y e a r a t SU! - W e n d y , Gillian & Ja m ie - 1 k n o w th o f w e d o n 't h a v e to ta lk e v e ry night, that is w h o t m oke s o u r friendship so special. N e ve r change. You guys ore the greatest. This friendship th o t w e shore is n e v e r e n d 足 ing, ILY-Wendy


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Missing In Action Over the years, the follow ing people have been in and out of our lives, and have decided for whatever reasons to go their own separate ways. We will always rem ember the old days when they were here and smile - and perhaps even chuckle. So those of us w ho did survive decided to dedicate a whole page to those far-off souls to rem ind them all that we missed graduating w ith them. The entire senior class of 1989 wants to wish them the very best of everything for their futures, and know we have not forgotten anyone . . .

Ben Agin Marc Altschuler Nancy Alvarez Sarah Andrews Eric Cahan Florence Chiang Damon Dash Greg Diamond Debbie Feinsmith Ron Friedlander Robert Giordano Leslie Grant Lizzie Grubman Martin Hacker Cord Himmelstein Speight Jenkins Jeffrey Klein Renee Lasher

Josh Lipson Daniel Marcias Ken Markovitz Marc Meltzer Matthew Puckett Mark Rindner lann Robinson Dora Serafina Adam Sicurella Steven Siegal Adam Simon Brooke Soffer Jason Slutsky Allyson Spitzer Kevin Weaver Rebecca Weintraub Donna Wolf Kim Zimmerman 199


PATRONS Susan Stix The proud mother of Allison Blumenthal. Amy Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Sig Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lane Congratulations and good luck to the class of â&#x20AC;&#x2122;89 The Tape House Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Martin Carol Napack/Phillips The Pokoik Family Anita and Richard Madison Mr. and Mrs. Eric Robespierre


PATRONS John and Barbara Lowy Mr. and Mrs. Karasik Best of luck! Myron and Harriet Trepper KMR Design Group Karen Rosen, President John Kennedy Jr. Best of luck to Wendy and the class of ’89. Love always John John. Gordon Sumner (Sting) Best Wishes to Elizabeth and the class of ’89. Alex Trebek Nicole, You came so close, maybe next time. Best of luck.


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CO NG RATULATIO NS TO YO U A N D Y O U R CLASSM ATES CLASS OF 1989 WE LOVE YOU A N D ARE PROUD OF YO UR AC CO M PLISH M ENTS MOM, DAD, A N D RAM BLER

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CONGRATULATIONS TO BILLY ESTES AND THE CLASS OF 1989 LOVE MOM, DAD, KENNY, JESSICA


Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re as pretty as a picture You can make a srey sky bright Your laugli can melt the hardest heart You try to do things right. Your life is just beginning As you step out on your own Always remember we love you And if you need us - simply phone. (collect is fine) Congratulations Dina We're very proud of you all our love, Mom and Dad


ARIEL HYATT CONGRATULATIONS! WE LOVE YOU AUNT NANCY AND UNCLE CHARLES CONGRATULATIONS PETER

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TO TAMMY FROM CRIB TO COLLEGE WHERE’S THE TIME PASSED? FROM CRIB TO COLLEGE IT’S HAPPENED SO FAST SO NOW YOU’RE READY TO TAKE OFF AND FLY BUT THIS DOES NOT MEAN WE MUST SAY GOODBYE W E’VE WATCHED YOU, ENJOYED YOU - LOVE YOU FOREVER BUT W E’RE HERE IF YOU WANT FOR WHEN AND WHATEVER FROM “TO SH ” AND LYN AND ALL YOUR KIN WE EAGERLY AWAIT THE NEXT CHAPTER TO BEGIN OUR LOVE TO YOU, ALL THE BEST TO YOUR CLASS YOU HAVE MADE US AS PROUD AS ANY PARENTS COULD ASK. WITH ALL OUR LOVE, MOM AND DAD


LOTS OF LUCK TO MELANIE AND THE ENTIRE CLASS OF “93” THE SWERDLICK FAMILY


To Moggie wifh much love and many good wishes on your Groduofion Mommy Refer Motthew

Our thonks to the Dwight school faculty for its dedication to students the family of Jonathon Berger

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Circle Repertory Company salutes Dwight graduating class of 1989!

TO GILLIAN: DAUGHTER WITH THE FLASHING EYES, SUNSHINE OF OUR MOVING LIVES, LOOK BACK AGAIN BEHIND YOU, THEN DO WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO. OUR LOVE WILL ALWAYS FOLLOW YOU. Mom & Louis

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D ear Craig: 1 am so than k fu l for th e plays, o th e r­ wise we never w ould have go tte n as close as we did. 1 love you! (I’m waiting for you.)

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Dear Jeff: I’ve got to t h a n k N Y U for bringing us closer. I d o n ’t know w h a t I w ould have d o n e o t h ­ erwise. T h a n k You!

D ear Greg: 1 never th o u g h t we o f all people would stay friends. I’m really glad we did!

D ear Maggie: I never th o u g h t we’d e n d up as friends. I’m so happy we are. Enjoy yourself; I know you will.

Dear Elly: I c a n ’t believe we m ad e it th ro u g h all six years. I never th o u g h t we would.

D ear Belinda: Well now it’s been eight years and I know w hatever h appens, y o u ’ll always be my best-friend. D ear Debra: T h ro u g h all o u r fights we have stayed friends a n d now I know we always will.

D ear Renee: W h a t is it, fourteen years? 1 c a n ’t b e ­ lieve we m ade it together. I hope everything works o u t for you. Friends Forever! D ear Chris: You are probably o n e o f th e bestfriends 1 have ever had, a n d I d o n ’t know w hat I’d do w ith o u t you. I’ll always love you.

D ear Laura a n d Paul: I wish we w eren’t sepa­ rated by a n ocean. T h a n k s for being there and b eing my friend. 1 love you both!

D ear Miss T.: You have b e en a director a n d a friend. I’ll miss you. T h a n k you for everything.

D ear Mr. Ryan: T h a n k you for everything. You have been a G re a t friend a n d m entor. You are a great person to talk to. T h a n k you. Keep in touch!

D ear Daddy: I’ll never forget you. I love you always!

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Sammy, We’re proud of what you’ve accomplished and how you’ve achieved it - with hard work, patience and dedication. We’re sure this is only one of many achievements to come in your life. We only hope they all bring you the same kind of happiness and satisfaction that your graduation must be bringing you now. Love, Mom, Dad and Norma

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Dear Sharon, W e are so proud of you! May your future b e bright in a world a t p e a c e . W e love you. M om , D ad, a n d Miriam

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Congratulations to Stephanie and the class of 1989 Love Joanne &. Fred Gruskin Scott &. Elisabeth

Dear Christian, You have m ade us proud every day of your life, We love you CONGRATULATIONS Mom and Dad


WE LOVE YOU CORY YOU'LL ALWAYS BE NUMBER ONE - YOU'RE THE GREATEST Congratulations to the Class of '89 Best wishes in college. WITH LOVE M om Dad Jacqueline Andrew Samantha & ???

To Our Wonderful Son Christopher With Love and Congratulations “Greater virtues are needed to sustain good fortune then bad.” With Love, Mom and Dad

To Frank: We'll see you when you're finished


C ongratulations and B est oi Luck to P aul K a rlitz a n d th e C lass oÂŁ 1989 G loria & J e ffr e y K a rlitz

Doug Greenberg w ould like to thank: Bruce Cambell, Seymour Stein, Billy Crystal Belomino Agudelo, Lenny & George, City Beat Teddy G Kevvy, DJ-NO-Z Productions Chris Newman, John McCaffrey & Co., Danny O'Conner, Josh Lipson, Gold Lobel Comp. The End is Always a new beginning - CC


Congratulations Ally! Thanks for being a terrific daughter. You are my pride and joy and I am so very proud of you You will continue to succeed as you always have I sure will miss having you and your neat room around. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think I have to remind y o u ........... HAVE THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE!! Love you always, Mom m y

Dear Ally Congratulations on your graduation from the Dwight School and for the fine record you achieved there. Keep up the good work in college

Love, Dad & Ester, Grandm a & G randpa Aunt Phyllis & Uncle Alex Scott, Shari, W endy Bradly & Todd


Dear Ally Congratulations to you and “Sting” upon attaining some high achievements. We are all extremely proud that you have developed into such a vivacious and intelli­ gent person. One who really knows what time of night it is and who has the ability to ex­ tend and utilize each hour.

Dearest Ally Your achievements have al­ ways been our happiness. May your future be bright and beautiful as you are. We Love You, Grandpa and Shirley

Best Wishes Always ■ Fred

Ally Dear, You are the best! I’m so proud of you. Great Success 1Love You, Grandma Good Luck Ally! We Love You Too, Aunt Barbara & Uncle Robert Cousins David & Adam

To the class of 1989 All the Best I’ll miss you tons!! All my love, Miss “T”

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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ’89! Mr. S Mrs. Christos S Vivi Tzelios Telly Tzelios, Class of ’91


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A MOMENT TO THANK , . . Mom, Dad, Enid - I was lucky to have 3 wonderful, supportive, caring parents. Thanks for being there through thick and thin. Class of '89 - Congratulations, W e made it!!, See ya Thanksgiving Doc Chambart, Mr. Ed, Mr Engle, Mr. Greenwald, Mrs. "K”, Ms Napack, Ms Ryan, Ms "T” - Thanks for your constant caring, sharing, support and teaching. And thanks for helping me grow. Mr Murph - Thanks for listening . . . You w ere always the right one. Sophie and W endy - It’s not often people are blessed with wonderful friends like you. I Love you guys from the bottom of my heart. Elly - A fe w years ago, I never thought w e would be friends again I’m glad it all worked out!, I love you honey. Love, mister baby Nicole - 6 years is a long time to be friends. From Micheal Jackson to Morrisey, you have been the sweetest and the best! Lila - From renovating Apartments to handcuffing yourself to Jesus you have been a great companion and friend. Don’t forget me next year Oliver - You have been an inspiration and a great role model, not to mention the best first boyfriend a girl could ever ask for. Thanks Michael - Mutual infatuation is bitchen’, too bad it only lasted 9 weeks. Hoolio - Kook!, I’m glad you came into my life . . . Europe here w e come I Love You . . . your shorter twin, Smari Adam - your friendship has been the most open and comfortable one of my life, not to mention a hell of a lot of fun! Rock and roll love R. E.L. or was that Isaiah or Xaiver? Robert and W endy - 1can not think of words to express my gratitude and love. I’m count­ ing on you to help me plan my wedding!!! Granma - Thanks for making the thanks possible. Your endless generosity is much appreci­ ated XXX, oooo

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Dear DinaCONGRATULATIONS! You done good! Our best wishes always We love you very much! Aunt Sherry 8c Uncle Barry

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Dear Friends and Faculty, ' â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Dated February 3, 1989 It Is Indeed great being with you all. Though I haven't been able to know each one of you personally, the general warmth Is there (there's still plenty of time!!). The Dwight School has opened me and made me a lot easier to converse and associate with people, and given me a sound education, as well as aiding my sports activities. I am highly it indebted to the Dwight School. Before I end my short message, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all my fellow friends and faculty for being nice to me during my stay at Dwight. Finally, I would like to pay a special tribute and gratitude to Mr. Stephen Spahn for having me here in your wonderful school. A Freind, Jigme Deden Shakdpa


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To my friendsT ak e it EEASSY!Oh!Could I trow h er a bang! You know m other goose? Pre­ mium tequi. Cop A Da sm oka, Jim m y, Pfeiffer,Seym our,test,Palm er,nice curves,heart sh a p e d ? P and S, live in concert . . . balcony,feelers,greasers, Ray Bans, Cafe M acanudo Royale, C helsea, Panchos hot sauce?or you? quite m utual,hook m e up,slightly, . . . m e, girlies. love. T he Gaula Bros. P. S. T h a t’s w hat I like about girls. T hey e a t and e at and eat-and-eat!

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Dear Allison, Oh AN- what am I going to do next year without you? Our once a month at Bernies, Mugamba, and Raccoon will turn into you coming to visit me wherever I am at least once a month! You better! I’m gonna miss you so much. Good Luck next year! there will always be space for you in my dorm room next year- but you know that I Love You Love, Rebecca

Dear Wendy, Ugh! How long have I been dreading writing this?! Having to say goodbye to you and go our separate ways is like saying goodbye to a part of myself. Just thinking about not seeing you every w eek­ end a t least) I g e t a hollow feeling inside. We have shared so many great times to say the least. I w on 't even try to list them, they are forever in my heart and will never be forgotten, nor will you. No one has ever g o tte n as close to me and known me as well as you have. You know w hat I'm going to be thinking before I even think it. It's im­ possible for me to express myself with mere words, but I think you know how I feel. To say you are my best friend is a tremendous under­ statem ent; you are part of me. Don't ever fo rg et w hat a special p er­ son you are but I'll remind you every so often. I'm not going to say g oodbye because I will never let our friendship go. Face it-you are stuck with me. So, I'll talk to you later. I love you very much and thank you for being you. Love Always, Rebecca

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Dina and Gillian, I Love you guys and I'm going to miss you very much keep in touch Love, Rebecca

Dear Laura, W e have had so many fun times over the past three years, I am so happy we remained so close. You are such a great person and deserve the best I Love You Rebecca p. s. Do you know what a p — is? Stay away from it!!

Dear E\\za bit, All there is to say is that I love you very much. You are the ab­ solutely the BEST sister. I will love you al­ ways. love, Michael


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The Owners and Staff of / Can’t Believe It's Yogurt! wish to extend our congratulations to: Linnea Danna and The Dwight School's graduating class of 1989! May the coming years shine brightly with your accomplishments! Work and Study Hard (and eat healthy!)

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Grand Met Holders Back Pillsbury Bk LONDON, Oct. 24 ( A P ) — T shareholders of Grand M etropolitair P.L.C. overw h elm in g ly apprq B r i t i ^ c o m p a n y ’s $5.23 bilhi o ver bid for the P illsbury O: At a s o c i a l m eetin g , the sh e rs a lso backed Grand Met' sell its Inter-Continental Hotl poralion unit to the Saison Gr| of Japafl for $2,15 billion, a s sell new Grand M et s h a r e s to sh areholders to ra ise m oney ■Pillsbury offer. The M inneapolis-based P: which controls the B urger K poration and w h o se product G reen Giant v e g eta b le s, has •Grand M et's offer of $60 a P illsbury official declined m e n i on the Grand M et action

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Penn Central D CINCINNAT!, Oct. 24 (AP^ P enn Central Corporation ha: an a g r ee m en t to acquire the F A m erica n Corporation for sh are, or about $249 million. T pan ics said they exp ected th< be c o m p leted e a rly next year, lie A m erican, based in Encino, Calif, s e lls w orkers' co m pensation insur­ a n c e in California. It ha s about 1B.4 m illion c o m m o n sh a re s outstanding, of which Penn Central ow ns 14.3 per­ cent. Penn Central, b ased in Cincin­ nati, is a telecom m u n ica tio n s and '.■nilitary s y s t e m s com pany.

years. The co m p a n ie s valued the transaction at m ore than $500 million. • K roger Co., Cincintiati, said it would p ay a $40 cash dividend on F riday for e a ch outstanding com m on share. • R igg s National Corp., Washington, said it would begin repurchasing up to two million sh a re s of its stock, or about 13.6 percent, for $25 a share.

, • R oyal Bank of Scotland, Glasgow, ’ said it would back a bid for Scottish & N e w c a stle B r ew er ie s P.L.C., London, f by E ld ers IXL Ltd. The offer totals about 12.8 billion.

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ii4r, Wilson, p h arm aceu tica ls ?rre J, Dupasquier, now a group ch a irm a n , will bei 'man of the c o n su m e r s( Mr. L arsen b e c o m e s cha ii ;hief e x e c u tiv e o f the compai F or the last three yea rs, Mr; sen, Mr. Campt>ell and Mr, ^ • A m erican E xploration Co., Houston, h a v e been g ro o m ed to s u c c e ^ which is en g a g e d in oil and g a s explo­ Burke and Mr. C lare in the at ration and production, appointed phere of “ c r e a tiv e c o n fh c t” thai P eter C. F orb es president. Burke endorses. Mr, L arsen sa id the n e w ma • Chartw ell "Group Ltd., Westport, m en t structure r eflected the gnii Conn., which ow ns interior furnish­ siz e and co m p lex ity of Johnsc ings c o m p a n ies, nam ed John C. GarJohnson, which ha s annual sa le s, barino president and chi^f ex ecutive. billion and a la rg e w orldw ide cft j zation. "We think it m a k e s seni • Com net Corp., G reenbelt, Md., h a v e a tea m a p p roach,” he added w hich is en ga g ed in co m p u ter s e r v ­ ic e s and softw a re and is a m a k e r of Mr, Burke sa id that n a m m e v itam in s, appointed M artin T. John­ three e x e c u tiv e s to run the con^ son ch ief financial o fficer and s e c r e ­ would foster the d ecen tralizatio tary, replacing Joseph Sullivan, who b e lie v e s in. “ IX»centralization ec left to pursue fa m ily and educational c re a tiv ity ,” he added. “ And < interests o v ersea s. tiv ity e q u a ls real produ ctiv ity,” . ~

Alfred H, G rava, the president. “ This is m ore than just a financial deal; th ere is also a str a teg ic vision for this com p a n y ,” said E. Stephen Benson, general partner at Gibbons, Green. The e x istin g product lines of Sheller-Globe and United Technolo­ gies, which h as a $1.4 billion auto sup­ ply business, are well suited for c o m ­ binations “ into p a ck a g es that could be sold to m a n u factu rers.” He said additional acquisitions a r e possible, a s Sheller-Globe m o v e s toward sup­ plying m ore than just com ponents, “ Down the road the c o m p a n y will sell a c o m p lete sy stem , such a s a door unit, instead of one c o m pany selling panels and another selling m otors," said Larry B ingam an, a sp ok esm a n for United Technologies. Ronald Glantz, a g e n era l partner at M ontgom ery Securities, said ShellerG tobe’s bu sin ess plan w a s the latest d ev elop m en t “ in a long-term trend toward m odular a ss e m b ly .” While ca r m ak ers are buying so m e c o m ­ plete e n gin es and tr a n sm issio n s from outside suppliers, he said that provid­ ing intei ior s y s t e m s “ is a different p ack a g e than any I can think of,” The a d v a n ta g es of m odular a s s e m ­ bly for m anu fa ctu rers include re­ duced shipping c o sts and sa v in g s from s y s t e m s a ssem b le d by coinpa-

• Grand Union Co., a g r o c e r y chain, nam ed Robert J. ^aba senior v ice president, • Sequent C om puter S y stem s, P ort­ land, Ore., nam ed C asey Pow ell ch a irm a n in addition to h is post of chief ex ecutive. • Springs In dustries, Fort Mill, S.C., a m a ker of fabrics, nam ed Julius Lasnick president of the H om e F urnish­ ings Group, U n a m ed M. L. Fontenot ex ec u tiv e v ,

Mr, B urke g r ew up in S lin g e i^ N,Y,, nea r Albany, and gradli from Holy Cross College, He is a: grad u ate of the H arvard Busi School’s fam ou s c la s s of 1949, w produced so m e of the nation's b u sin ess lead ers, including Thd S. Murphy, c h a irm an of Ca C ities/A B C Inc. ; Mr, Burke w orked for Procti G a m b le for four y e a r s b efore joi Johnson & Johnson in 1953. His : W3S nrnHn/'f mni)vation. He sat

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