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FRANKLINITE Editors in Chief: Susan Agay, Matthew Leeds Junior Editors: Marsha Greenberg, Peter Hankoff Sophom ore Editors: Ellyn Steuer, Kathleen Loo Photographers: Donald Tannenbaum, Moss Finkelstein Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Martha Weingarten


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There are som e forests that I haven’t known. Some tree trunks I ’ve never wrapped m y legs around and climbed. A million branches I might have slid down had I had the time.

Still som e leaves trem bled in the w ood and caught m y ear. Some twigs beneath the hooves o f deer snapped and signaled SPRING, waking me from endless winter thoughts. -R O D M cKUEN 4


JAMES KOPPEL

JAMES WEXLER

NEVA SCHNEIER

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JEANETTE HAHN

DOUGLAS MOORE

MARLENE RICE

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MICHAEL BERNBACH

LORRAINE BLANK

MARY GINSBERG

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DAVID GERR

DIANA ROTHBLUM

DOROTHY WEINTRAUB


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H'/za? do yo u rem em ber thinking back? What do yo u think o f a t dusk in the slack Evening when the m ind refills With the cool past as a well fills in Darkness from forgotten rains? Archibald MacLeish

ROBIN STEINBACH

MICHAEL EVANS

SHEERA GLUCK

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CHARLES ROTHSCHILD

SUSAN AGAY

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PINI KALNITE


JOSEPH FRIEDMAN

BARBARA KANTER

LESLIE DREXLER


We hurriedly ran from the safety o f schoolyards in search o f a b etter m ore beautiful world. One day we turned in the road to fin d our new worlds were all in our minds.

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- R o d McKuen RENA BASS

MARTIN GROSSMAN

LINDA COLLINS

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BENJAMIN MANDARO

RALPH ROSENBLATT

PAMELA BUCKNER

JEFFREY BENJAMIN

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PEGGY FEIN


AMANDA RAYMOND

CARYN KRAMER RONNY FABER


STEVEN BROWN

JOANNE TOMACK

DANIEL GORDON

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N ot I, n ot I, bu t the w ind that blow s through me! A fine wind is blowing the new direction o f Time. If only I let it bear me, carry me, i f only it carry' me! -D .H . LAWRENCE STEVEN SCHECHTER

SUZANNE STINER RANDY MINTON

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KAREN COHN

GWEN BUHLER LAURENCE JACOBY


JONATHAN COHEN

RICHARD TODD

KATHY GRANT


Because I kn ow that tim e is always tim e A n d place is always and only place A n d w hat is actual is actual only fo r one time A n d only fo r one place I rejoice that things are as they are. -T .S . E liot

PETER DWORMAN


MICHI TUCHMAN

MOSS FINKELSTEIN

ANN RUTENBERG


ELISE AZARIA

DONALD TANNENBAUM

MATTHEW LEEDS


The beautiful changes as a fo rest is changed B y a cham eleon’s tuning his skin to it; As a mantis, arranged On a green leaf, grows Into it, makes the leaf leafier, and proves A ny greenness is deeper than anyone knows. -R ich a rd Wilbur

CAROL ROSEN


WENDY EVANS

JAMES JEFFRIES

STEVEN NADLER

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ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY

DR. M.C. SPAHN Headmaster

DR. ARTHUR NEALE Dean

DR. SEAMUS O’HANLON Principal

MRS. ELIZABETH YOUMAN Guidance

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MRS. PATRICIA PASSANANTE Latin

MR. JOHN REYNOLDS M athematics

MR. JOHN WELLINGTON English

MR. STAN HAMLET Physical Education

DR. RUSSELL ELLIOTT Social Studies

MRS. MARTHA WEINGARTEN English


MR. LEO DULBERGER Math

MR. CLEMENT WEINBERGER Science

MR. ANTHONY PICCOLINO Mathematics

MR. HARRY LESTER Science

MRS. ANI BARNES French, Russian


MR. PETER HAYNE Social Studies

MR. DAVID NORBECK French

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MISS VIRGINIA FRITZ A rt

MRS. TONI LISMAN Latin

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MR. WILLIAM WILSON English

MR. ANDREW WURMAN Social Studies


MISS SHEILA BROWNE Dancing

MISS ROSALIND KOTLER Library

MR. ROBERT LITWIN Physical Education

MR. CLARK SMYTH English

MISS MARSHA PALMER Science

MR. ANTHONY LLOYD Language

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MR. JOSEPH FRANKS English

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MISS CAROL CANTORE Math

MRS. DIANNE KENNEDY A rt

MRS. LOIS GERTSMAN Music

MISS ALICE FINNEGAN Physical Education

MR. SAM CHIN Science


MRS. LOUISE MUGMON Registrar

MRS. BEVERLY SCHARFSTEIN Office S ta ff

MRS. MOLLY MOSS Office S ta ff

MR. THOMAS TODD English

MR. ROBERT COLEMAN English

MR. LEWIS SCHULTZ Math

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I do n o t know which to prefer. The beauty o f inflections Or the beauty o f innuendoes, The blackbird whistling Or ju st after. -W allace Stevens


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DIALOGUE.. ALICE AND FRIENDS

“ We had the best o f educations—in fact, we went to school every day—” “I’ve been to a day-school too,” said vyice; “you needn’t be so proud as all that.” “With extras?” asked the Mock Turtle a little anxiously. “Yes,” said Alice, “we learned French and music.” “And washing?” said the Mock Turtle. “Certainly not!” said Alice indignantly. “Ah! then yours wasn’t a really good school,” said the Mock Turtle in a tone o f great relief. “N ow at ours they had at the end o f the bill, ‘French, music, and w ashing-extra.’ ” “You couldn’t have wanted it much,” said Alice; “living at the bottom o f the sea.” “I couldn’t afford to learn it,” said the Mock Turtle with a sigh. “ I only took the regular course.” “What was that?” inquired Alice. “ Reeling and Writhing, o f course, to begin with,” the Mock Turtle replied; “and then the different branches o f Arithmetic— Ambition, Distraction, Uglification, and Derision.” “I never heard o f ‘Uglification,’ ” Alice ventured to say “What is it?” The Gryphon lifted up both its paws in surprise. “What! Never heard o f uglifying!” it exclaimed. “You know what beauti­ fy is, I suppose?” “Yes,” said Alice doubtfully: “it m ea n s-to —make anything—prettier.” “Well, then,” the Gryphon went on, “if you don’t know what to uglify is, you must be a simpleton.” . . . . . .“How many hours a day did you do lessons?” said Alice, in a hurry to change the subject. “Ten hours the first day,” said the Mock Turtle; “nine the next, and so on.” “What a curious plan!” exclaimed Alice. “That’s the reason they’re called lessons,” the Gryphon remarked: “be­ cause they lessen from day to day.” This was quite a new idea to Alice, and she thought it over a little before she made her next remark. “Then the eleventh day must have been a holi­ day?” “Of course it was,” said the Mock Turtle. “And how did you manage on the twelfth?” Alice went on eagerly. “That’s enough about lessons,” the Gryphon interrupted in a very decided ton e: “tell her something about the games now.” —Lewis Carroll


AFTERTHOUGHTS COMMENT ABOUT name

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ROBIN POLANSKY

T R - 6 ’s, specimens, fur, self-expression, bo pp in' around

secrets, deception, studying, depression, bad tuck, tumporization

Roses are red, Grapes are chartreuse; I went to Franklin: What’s YOUR excuse?

STEVEN SCHECHTER

Water brothers and we can be together. Zappa and Garcia, Lenny Bruce and the Marx Brothers

trains and cities, cheesy cheesy

Brown shoes don't make it, but d on't ever change people, even i f yo u can

WENDY EVANS

being happy

not being loved

Everybody doesn't like som ething...

LENARD THYLAN

SUCCESS

failure

Good lu c k -g o o d w ishesGoodbye

E U S E AZARIA

Alan. H .A .A .. Mr. Piccolino, Stan The Man, Bingo, w hite chocolate, A l & R uth Valentine’s Day. The Who

snobs, introverts, pessimists, “ Roach” Cup, E. Train to Queens, my alarm clock, insensitive people

Crime and Punishment

JIMMY KOPPEL

sports, self-confidence imagination

conformity, snobbery, prejudice

”A Funny Thing Happened To Me On M y Way to College”

SHEERA LEE GLUCK

James Taylor, Stanley H., good friends, Mrs. Weingarten, taxis. Mr. Piccolino, Seapopera’s, snow

French, subways, SAT’s, exams

“Love it or Leave it?”

DAN GORDON

challenges, the 76ers, basket­ ball, cold drinks, sleep, being happy

giving up on anything, racism of any kind, wak­ ing up, losers, phonies

a place where losers and phonies fill their neat little boxes

DOROTHY WEINTRAUBB

life, walking in the rain. London, I^ael, Mooli. Big Bill

constant problems in Calculus, hypocrites and bigots

the lim it as student x ap­ proaches Franklin is equal to the null set

MATTHEW LEEDS

integrity, sports, poetry, traveling, wit, Ferraris

apathy, crowded sub­ ways

Huh?

DIANA ROTHBLUM

men, being in love, fe n c ­ ing, French things, cooking

boys, females, being scared to try new things

it's hard to hate some­ thing you've grown up with

RENA DAYLE BASS

Charleston Chews, weekends fo rtune cookie fortunes, Bozo, surprise packages, a a penguin in the Bronx Zoo

not knowing what’s for dinner, roller coasters, spitting radiators, peanut butter, bumper to bumper traffic

L et's lock the door and throw away the key

KAREN COHN

Michael, M idi Weingarten Pascal Piccolino, King Crim­ son, Seamus, California, purple

Dr. Elliott’s lectures, pimples, phonies, SAT’s, death, the West Side, midis, cheese

H ow do I love m y school; let me count the ways: 0, -1, -2. -3, . . .

BEN MANDARO

History, a strong one, Senior-Faculty Football gim es, good friends, 20G and 15K and 6B

subways, bad shapes

up the dow n staircase

JOANNE TOMACK

vacations, the sun, world peace, good times

SATs, school, discrim­ ination, arguments

I f I had to do it againI w ouldn’t!

MICHI TUCHMAN

animals, horses, dogs

phonies, snobs, diets, p>eople who eat and never get fat

N ow I lay me dow n to rest, I pray I pass tom orrow ’s test; I f I die before I wake; That’s one less test I ’ll have to take!

MARLENE RICE

S.R., summer, getting tan, m y old jeans, "Hey Jude”

narrow-mindedness, irrelevance, alarm clocks, dirty old men

. .the vision o f one man lends n ot its wings to another man. ”

DAVID GERR

TW AS BR O LLIG A N D THE S L IT H Y TOVES

DID GYRE AND GYMBAL IN THE WABE

A L L M IM SY WERE THE BO REG RO VES AN D THE M O M ERATH S OUTGRABE

CAROL ROSEN

L ittle D icky Cavett

vicarious pleasures

"A nd L o t said unto them, 'Oh, n o t so, m y L ord.' ”

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DISLIKES

FRANKLIN

CHARLIE ROTHSCHILD

Senior Lounge, basket­ ball games, vacations

vocabulary tests, Span­ ish tests, tests

Freshmen com e and Sen­ iors go, b ut The Zoo will never change

AMANDA RAYMOND

long hair, the ocean, foreigners, cats, sleep­ ing late

studying, greasers, cer­ tain people, boredom

take tw o aspirins and call m e in the morning

JOSEPH FRIEDMAN

sports, Willis Reed, Herman Badillo. Keith Moon, S. O ’H.

crowds, dishonesty, cigarettes

i t ’s a conspiracy against me

LESLIE DREXLER

skiing, salt, driving, K.R., Tony P., chocolate malteds

dirty old men, lefty desks, the end o f the summer

Promises, Promises

JIMMY JEFFRIES

sports, com mittees, Barbara Barrett

snotty people

d o n ’t drink champagne o u t o f a paper cup

ANN RUTENBERG

sunny days, having a terrific tim e with people I like, the ocean, driving. Dr. O ’Hanlon, m y job, “K o ko ”

plastic peole, boredom, prejudice, getting up when it’s still dark

"There lies a sea un­ charted, beyo nd the setting sun ”

LARRY JACOBY

loud music, hamburg­ ers, the subway

haircuts, getting up be­ fore noon, 75 words a week

whatever I say would be held against m e in a court o f law

MARY GINSBERG

Bozo, baby polar bears, red cheeks, ice cream, sandwiches, freedom

confinement, obnoxious S.O’H. principals, asparagus

bazoobies

KATHY GRANT

males, math, Mr. Piccolino, traveling, trying to speak foreign languages, James Taylor, J.B. Sebas­ tian, stuffed animals, Dr. 0., Anna Andreyevna, life, Israel

college applications, “ obnoxious” people, phonies, pressure, bazoobies

old schools never die, they ju st fade away

JEFF HAUT

A uston Healy 3 0 0 0 ’s, long walks on Friday nights and long fo o t­ ball games on Saturdays

losing, Teaneck, Volks­ wagens, Sunday nights, insurance rates

R.I.P.

LINDA COLLINS

S. O ’H.. Mr. Lloyd, M.E., Mouche, mobiles, tribbles, afghans, baby walrus’ whoo weigh 4,000 pounds and sit on laps

hurt

all things m ust pass

DOUG MOORE

horror movies, cartoons, penny arcades, snow

cars, cannibals, large pushing crowds

a notch below Sesame Street

WILLY RECANT

basketball, dogs, fu n n y names, chocolate

apple polishing, tests, studying, liver

w hy not?????

CARYN KRAMER

life, purple, BA BS

trains, death, sadness

indescribable

MIKE BERNBACH

people, places, things, Volkswagens

two sides to every­ thing, phonies

times are always changing, as are people

RONNY FABER

Finkel-Faber Fish Farm, Raquel Welch, veal cut­ let, vacations, peace, minis, rare, open, win­ dows, free, Creedence Clearwater Revival

Dick & Spiro, homework, censorship, lectures, well-done, tests I never studied for, subways, alaphabetical order, maxis and midis, radia­ tors, all-essay tests, 45 minute detention for 45 second lateness, hypocrisy

Much A d o A b o u t Nothing

MOSS FINKELSTEIN

cameras and enses, wom ­ en who sm oke cigars, Yankee fans, egg salad, sandwiches, pork rinds, the F.F.F.F.

subways that don’t run, salesmen, rushing, get­ ting up to go to school at 6:30, Met fans, “ le” instead o f “ el” in Finkelstein

school is like riding the A Train in the rush h o ursthere are m any delays and frustrations, b u t eventusually y o u get where y o ur "re going

LORRAINE BLANK

having Kim and Erica as best friends, Environ­ ment!, attention, doing well, arriving, mean­ ingful stares

Kim and Erica fighting over silly things, Harvey making no. 2 all over the office, being ignored, doing; poorly, leaving, sick cow looks

"Y ou can't always get w hat yo u want, b ut i f y o u try sometimes, yo u can get what yo u n eed ’"


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COMMENT ABOUT FRANKLIN

GWEN BUHLER

Mr. K.. R icky, Israel, warm coats, soft rain

tests, stairs, death, hypocrites, subways

Thank God I ’m finally geting o u t o f here

BARBARA KANTER

nature, people, yoga, freedom

89th Street, trains, poor pranks

approaching is the 1971 prison break

STEVE NADLER

R ed H ot Dollars, pistol, floors, Gypsy Joe, making heavy rap with Stan, J.T., Dr. Nadler, Juan and Gomez

conformists, wars, hypo­ crites, Dunda’s, ceil­ ings, ducks

it keeps the teachers o f f the streets

SUSAN AGAY

strawberries, Archibald MacLeish, m y purple camel, warm

coldness, artichokes

”So long. Frank Lloyd Wright'"

JE FF BENJAMIN

free periods, the park. Star Trek. Cracker Jacks, music, country air

mornings, tests, pollu­ tion, unnecessary has­ sles

prisons d o n ’t have to have bars

NEVA SCHNEIER

fountains. Mexico, night, the Grateful Dead, sail­ ing, warm weather

formality, snow

Franklin can go fly a kite

PEGGY FEIN

candy, carvel, concerts, traveling, talking on the phone

SAT’s, Achievements, midterms, fmais, and everything in between

I'm ju st glad i t ’s over

PINI KALNITE

the Knicks. strawberry shortcake. Alka-Seltzer commercials

red socks, F^'-vard Cosell’s big mouth, peas

Franklin makes y o u feel like the whole world is a tuxedo and yo u are a pair o f brown shoes

ALISON MILLER

pink cotton candy, dune buggies, science fiction, summ er breezes, big eyes, lop-sided smiles, maxidresses. "kitchen sinks”

having my picture taken, winter winds, making public speeches, chapped lips, losing my temper, Dennison commercials, filling out personality cards, dead-lines

To Kill A Mocking Bird

SUZANNE STINER

Mounds, sleeping late, Peyton Place, vacations

French, gym, vegetables, SAT’s, crowded buses

"For Once in a L ife­ time. . ."

JON COHEN

Sun, flowers, seeds

having to be remembered by these wordss

Watta Rush!

JEANETTE HAHN

Jamoca A lm o n d Fudge, maxi, phone conversations and ju st feeling good

bad moods, sin & cos, being waked up too early

I ’m o u t.. .Amen

RALPH ROSENBLATT

100 dollars, papers and vests

swordfish and Christ­ mas cards; flags

Show m e a school with bad ventilation and I ’ll show yo u a stoned school

BARBARA BARRETT

sun, smiles, babies, E & AB. T.J.B., good friends

having to write this list on what I dislike

the best things in life are free

DONALD TANNENBAUM

M .A.S.H., sports cars, German Shepherds, horse­ back riding, sm oking a pipe

being pressured unnec­ essarily, cold weather, subways, red tape, sit­ ting in the lunchroom

you can't always get what you want

STEVE BROWN

brown rice, Mener Saba, cherries, America, coun­ try living

disliking things, Amerika, cities

got any papers?

ROBIN STEINBACH

m y dragon, clean unm ushed snow, being happy, bright sunny days, smiles, people who care. Mexico, scream­ ing yellow zonkers

hassles, slush, confus­ ion, unhappiness, phonies

Well, we all make one big boo-boo in our life

PAM BUCKNER

snow, music, animals, kindness

dishonesty, apathy, prejudice

m y senses were dulled by intense suffocation

MARTIN GROSSMAN

apartments 20G, 68, 6D, I5 K , 118, 8 N

TL+AK+apple t>olisher= LT

built in the right area

JAMES WEXLER

the ocean, music, w itch­ craft, money, the super­ natural, chickens, Lenny Bruce, the Marx Brothers, koosh-koosh

the inhabitants o f the White House, poverty, Teaneck

RANDY MINTON

humor, music, sports, I.F. Stone, reform, con­ servation. the Marx Brothers

formalities, insects, mornings, hypocrites, pollution

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CATALOGUE OF COURSES TAUGHT BY FRANKLIN SENIORS AT PODUNK UNIVERSITY, 1980-81 MARTY:

Driver’s Ed. 2 1 0 —Course taught on left side o f road. Prerequisite: m ust have nerves o f steel and lots o f insurance

MARY:

Human Relations 17a Prerequisite: m ust hate Ronny

RONNY:

Window-Jamming 500 Prerequisite: must have a stiff neck

NEVA:

The Grateful Dead 56b Prerequisite: m ust be alive

BEN:

How To Be A G odfather la Prerequisite: father m ust come from western Sicily

MICHI:

V eterinary Medicine 5 Prerequisite: having Joseph for a friend and spending four years at Franklin

ROBIN P.:

Professional Modeling 680b Prerequisite: m ust have clay

JIMMY K.:

Goal Scoring 14 Prerequisite: m ust have white soccer shoes

ROBIN S.:

Riverdale Studies 99a Prerequisite: m ust have subway pass

LENARD:

Parliam entary Procedure 185b Prerequisites: stoic personality; ability to stay awake; m ust enjoy com puter data

SHEERA:

A natom y 23 Prerequisite: m ust have broken nose

JIM J.:

Boxing 100a Prerequisite: m ust have same name

RENA:

K indergarten Ed. 560a Prerequisite: m ust bring comb

JON:

Dreams 9b Prerequisite: m ust bring bw n pillow

MATTHEW:

New Y ork Yankees 1 Prerequisite: m ust attend tw en ty games

SUSAN:

Secretarial Science 205 Prerequisite: m ust be able to write 100 words per m inute

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ALISON:

Boy-Watching 2a Prerequisite: m ust have 2 0 /2 0 vision

CHARLIE;

Farm ing 158 Prerequisite; m ust come from Teaneck

WENDY;

Bicycle Riding 10a Prerequisite; m ust have legs

MIKE B.:

The A rt o f Buying a Used Car 6b Prerequisite; m ust knovt^ R alph Williams

ELISE;

Marriage 16 Prerequisite: Alan

GWEN:

Apple PoUshing 25 Prerequisite: m ust be in Mrs. Weingarten’s class

WILLY:

Hebrew Culture 190b Prerequisite: m ust have Israelis at hom e

BARBARA K.:

Guitar Playing 60 Prerequisite: m ust have a piano

RANDY;

Human Behavior 417 Prerequisite: sleep-walking

LESLIE;

French Relationships 4 Prerequisite: m ust have wool to pull over eyes

MOSS:

Tropical Fish 18 Prerequisite; m ust visit the fantastic, fabulous Finkel-Faber Fish Farm

LORRAINE;

Psychiatry 85 Prerequisite: m ust like peanuts

STEVE S.:

Film-Making 6b Prerequisite: father m ust be in Directors’ Guild

CAROL;

Singing 5 Prerequisite; m ust know how to gargle

DONALD;

House-Wrecking 15 Prerequisite: m ust hold a party

PEGGY;

Silence 77a Prerequisite: ssh!

STEVE N.;

Ducks 11 Prerequisite: m ust know answer to the question, “W hat’s the difference between a duck?”

J E F F H.:

Dieting 67 Prerequisite; must have a jelly belly

SUZANNE:

Amiability 44 Prerequisite; m ust know how to talk

PINI:

History o f A ncient Names 4b Prerequisite; m ust have sister nam ed Louie

DIANA;

Fencing 2 Prerequisite; m ust be in love w ith the teacher

DAVID;

Science Fiction 300 Prerequisite: m ust be o u t o f this world


BARBARA B.

Infant Care 340 Prerequisite: must have nephew

PETER:

How To Cut G ym 31a Prerequisite: must have three fingers and a leg

DOROTHY:

Soul 89 Prerequisite: must be Jewish

DOUG:

College Interviews 42b Prerequisite: must get a haircut

CARYN:

Purple Culture 13 Prerequisite: must not be color blind

MIKE E.:

How To Grow a Sponge 19a Prerequisite: m ust have Afro com b and kinky hair

LARRY:

Pre-Med 505 Prerequisite: must be susceptible

JOANNE:

Logic 6a Prerequisite: must drop pocketbook in the toilet

JE F F B.:

Sex Application 202 Prerequisite: censored

PAM:

Charm 79b Prerequisite: m ust know Don Rickies

STEVE B.:

Remedial Eating 64 Prerequisite: m ust be herbiverous

RALPH:

Remedial Reading 68 Prerequisite: m ust enjoy Dr. Seuss’ “Cat in the H at”

KAREN:

Gum Chewing 38b Prerequisite: a dollar

DAN:

Puns 22 Prerequisite: m ust have a warped sense o f hum or

KATHY:

Gossip Columns 69a Prerequisite: m ust w atch R ona Barret

JOEY:

Persecution lb Prerequisite: paranoia; endurance in AJ*. English

JEANETTE:

Taking German Achievements 800a Prerequisite: m ust know Colonel Klink

RICHARD:

Cynicism 50 Prerequisite: m ust have victim

MARLENE:

How To Survive in the Tropics 104b Prerequisite: m ust be a palm tree

ANN:

Cosmetics 516 Prerequisite: father m ust be Helena Rubenstein

JIMMY W.:

Record Collecting 180 Prerequisite: m ust have $ plus 500 hours at Fillmore

AMANDA:

Cat-Fancying 202a Prerequisite: m ust h ate dogs

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TEACHERS PAGE

DR. O’HANLON:

Irish History 100a Prerequisite: must be a leprechaun

MRS. BARNES:

Psychology 2b Prerequisite: must be able to flip your wig

MR. DULBERGER:

Behavior in the Lunchroom 501 Prerequisite: must see “Patton” six times

MRS. WEINGARTEN; Animal Care 68b Prerequisite: must have a Duncan at Canine College

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DR. ELLIOTT:

Law 84 Prerequisite: must be a member o f the Bar

MR. WILSON:

F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald 118 Prerequisite: must have attended Princeton

MRS. KENNEDY:

Handling Knives 202 Prerequisite: must have steady hands

MR. REYNOLDS:

Shaving 16b Prerequisite: must have pseudo-mustache

MR. HAMLET:

Becoming an Athletic Director 45 Prerequisite: must have fat bearded friend

MRS. GERTSMAN:

Teaching a Classical Music Course 158a Prerequisite: must enjoy the Grateful Dead

MR. PICCOLINO:

Keeping The Peace 450 Prerequisite: must have Mary and Ronny in the class

MR. LLOYD:

Cotton Picking 32b Prerequisite: must have hands

MISS PALMER:

Frog Culture 10 Prerequisite: must not be emotionally involved with subjects

MR. NORBECK:

Club-Coordinating 202a Prerequisite: must have cat named Samuel

MRS. YOUMAN:

Half-Sheets o f Paper 508b Prerequisite: must have a Black Book


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O f lives that intersect, then go their way, A t last to lose them selves alone against The shores o f silence, our brief hours o f play Seem now the sym bol: the bright m em ory fenced With deep, oblivious forest, and condensed Into one flash, one fragm entary scene That skips the surface o f the years between. -R o b e r t H illyer


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I cannot to n y longer. For to stay, though the hours bum in the night, is to freeze and crystallize and be bou nd in a m old.


DIRECTORY

JAMES JEFFRIES 845 Columbus Ave. New York, N.Y. 10025 AC 2-1086

RALPH ROSENBLATT 64 East 86 Street New York, N.Y. 10028 BU 8-4678

SUSAN AGAY 1391 Madison Ave. New York, N.Y. 10029 EN 9-8786

WENDY EVANS 890 West End Ave. New York, N.Y. 10025 222-9189

PINl KALNITE 98 Riverside Drive New York, N.Y. 10024 787-3958

DIANA ROTHBLUM 136 East 56 Street New York, N.Y. 10022 688-5787

ELISE AZARIA 70-25 Yellowstone Blvd. Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 261-0155

MICHAEL EVANS 626 Riverside Drive New York, N.Y. 10031 234-4411

BARBARA KANTER 258 Devoe Ave. Yonkers, N.Y. 10705 914^05-8102

CHARLES ROTHSCHILD 550 Sunderland Road Teaneck, New Jersey 07666 201-836-2863

BARBARA BARRETT 500 East 77 Street New York, N.Y. 10021 744-1101

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