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The Eighties The most telling event in 1980 was the election of Republican Ronald Reagan as President of the United States. The changing values of the new era became apparent by examining the redefined priorities. Social services such as welfare and educational grants have been pitted against the federal defense budget. In addition, the environment has been challenged by industries such as mining and drilling companies, while such '70s legislation as the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts have been challenged by reviewers. A ten percent unemployment rate now shocks the country, as do the moneymaking scandals of high government officials. Abroad, the United States has been attacked for its involvement in Central America, and the US-USSR arms race speeds ever faster with ever rising stakes. However, the United States energy crisis has safely ended, and a computer revolution led by American technology has brought this nation back into the international limelight, the hostages were returned. Just as the nation continued in its conservative trend away from the ’60s radicalism, W-H also returned to tradition while forging ahead simultaneously into the future. As usual, we started the decade by winning our share of state championships in such sports as football, field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. At the same time, the school acquired a new wrestling room and fully equipped weight room to accomodate the oncoming fitness trend, and a whirlpool to ameliorate ensuing injuries, The dress code returned to former standards of excellence with Lower Schoolers wearing uniforms, Upper School girls eschewing such fad fashions as the mini-skirt and the culotte, and boys retaining the ever-fashionable tie and jacket. Meanwhile, the number of minicomputers inhabiting the school increased geometrically in the past few years. Lower School buildings retained the charms of old Plainfield, but the Upper School walls underwent a paint job to cheer the incoming century. Thus, mingled tradition and trends ushered in a new decade and a new age at W-H. The U.S. Pavilion at the 1982 Knoxville, Tenn., world's fair. INCLUDING; BEST PICTURE BEST DIRECTOR Sydney Pollack BEST ACTOR Dustin Hoffman Movies reflect changing trends toward sexual stereotypes. 24

House Budget CoiQOTl ttee chairman James R. Jones addressing the National Governors Association conference in Washington last week. Government spenders go their separate ways Per capita expenditures (calendar years, in ,1972 dollars) F ederal sp en d in g (excluding aid to state and local governments) $1,500 1,000 Excerpted here is a range of re< editorial opinion, chosen by The ’ in Review, that expresses tfr disparate concern over the E.P. A. crisis. •54 '59 ’64 ’69 ’74 7 6 '78 80 ‘82 Source: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations 500

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    Student Council (8 - Representative

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    Varsity Football (9,10-all state, l

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    T o m m i e Freshman Soccer (9 )i V

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    J.V. Lacrosse (9)> Girl's Varsity B

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    Junior Varsity Soccer (10), Varsity

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    T Drama Club (9,10), Stage Crew (9)

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    * Tempora Et Mores Staff (8,10, Und

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    Advertising Staff of Newspaper (9),

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    Class Treasurer (9), Class Vice-Pre

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    Varsity Cross-Country (ll)i Varsity

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    Class President (10); Production St

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    Health Club (10,11,12), Chorus(9,10

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    Talk about a dream, try to make it

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    Cross Country (9), Swimming Manager

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    Junior Varsity Field Flockey (9,10)

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    Junior Varsity Soccer (9,10), Varsi

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    H US (O B B a N * W ^ ' i n The Cla

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    . . . Later! JEFFREY ALAN FRIEDLAND

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    D.K., D.G., C.N., K.R., M.C., E.C.,

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    Just as a good book must come to an

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    m i S S I go $ V N. Arkoulakis S. B

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    S. Ashton C. Barth M. Bowman J. Bro

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    J. Blair S. Burgess M. Burleson D.

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    v ^ V I L G /: CLUBS Wardlaw Hartri

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    0 0 ic e % TWELFTH GRADE OFFICERS,

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    This year’s Varsity Singers under

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    k e r n e l This year’s band, und

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    The stage crew, headed by Mrs. Ina

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    Chess is an absolutely grueling gam

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    LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: E. Medina, J

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    m u ET FIDRE5 LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED

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    SP/ct Pd/uP Skiing is an exhilarati

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    Once a month a group of journalisti

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    YEARBOOK EDITORIAL STAFF, LEFT TO R

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    1955 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS editor — Jud

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    i : The Eighties Look, 1 mean it, w

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    A. Barnes J. Baumle A. Brooks J. Br

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    v FRONT ROW: R. Daidone, J. Lee, A.

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    Eighth Grade Chorus % Class Officer

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    Junior Field Hockey LEFT TO RIGHT,

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    ) t Junior Basketball Junior Swimmi

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    GOBLIN GALLOP For many years the st

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    % a i v LOWER SCHOOL The Wardlaw-Ha

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    FRONT ROW: H. Ritz, A. Husain, S. C

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    'Jh iu ! f/Uu/e FRONT ROW: R. Mayna

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    FRONT ROW: C. Capitly, K. Nedsker,

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    SPORTS Sports are a vital part of t

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    Bruce Lackland has played Varsity f

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    The quiet player on this year’s V

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    J.V. Schedule RAMS OPPONENTS I Stat

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    A newcomer to this year’s Varsity

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    LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Coach Howa

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    FALL CHEERLEADERS, LEFT TO RIGHT, F

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    191 Julie "Cas” Casagrande, the o

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    Boys’ Varsity Basketball How can

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    Defense Boosts Wardlaw To Title War

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    Wardlaw Reaches Championship Game G

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    Wardlaw- HartridgeToHost Ivy Wrestl

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    Varsity Volleyball For years the sp

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    Events play an important part in th

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    Alumnae S Alumni Games v fc On a bl

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    The mysterious and bewitching Aiama

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    One can barely remember the last ti

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    To The Class of 1983 Congratulation

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    Congratulations and Best Wishes To

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    Dr. and Mrs. Domiciano Capitly Jim

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    Congratulations, Dawn! Attorney and

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    m Congratulations and love to Grego

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    Congratulations to the Class of 198

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    Eric, May God bless and keep you al

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    Congratulations Class of ’83 Dr.

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    The Gang Ruu, Biff, Smails, Lorn, F

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    Congratulations and BestWishes to S

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    CONGRATULATIONS VINNIE AND THE CLAS

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    mm CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES

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    REPUBLIC MOLD AND TOOL CO., INC. We

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    STIRRUP METAL PRODUCTS CORP. 215 Em

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    CONSULTING ENGINEER PROCESS PIPING

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    “Best Wishes” N p h i b RAHWAY

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    So the class of 1983 — The first

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    Best wishes and future success to T

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    So, Keep Dreaming on, Wishing on a

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    A Worldly Gift H o w d o you fit a

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    O ver 28 Y e a rs Service O il Burn

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    PLainfield 6-8491 TINY TOTS Greenbr

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    We’re so proud of you Jeff, and t

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    m "W hitehurst P rin tin q C o . Ik

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    s n i n Congratulations to the Clas

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    First Row: Administration S Finance

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    The Centennial year cannot end just

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    It was a long, long, seven days, th

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