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wh school 1983

Editor-In Chief Todd S.

Editor-In Chief Todd S. Pogosky Editorial Staff Ellen Bart Margaret Carter Jocelyn Lubach Masako Shimamura Business Advisor Mrs. Elaine Bart Faculty Advisor Mr. Richard Brown Catherine Lotman Dawn Lewis Elaine Kossowicz Anita Sadaty Photo-Editor-In-Chief David Holtzman Photo Staff Charlie Daniels Karl Munzel Jerry Della Torre Photo Advisor Mr. Max Munzel Introduction ............................ Remembrance of Things Past Dedication ................................ Seniors ...................................... Underclass ................................ Clubs ........................................ Middle School .......................... Lower School .......................... Athletics .................................. Events ...................................... Advertisements .................... Not Quite a Hundred Years, But Acknowledgments ................

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  • Page 10 and 11: The Eighteen Nineties The onset of
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  • Page 16 and 17: The Twenties After the cease of Wor
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  • Page 39 and 40: 4 4 ~ 4 5 iy e a M PICTURES: I. LEF
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    Varsity Cross-Country (10, 12-Capta

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    Class Vice President (9), Freshman

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    'T h c m a s T x / f e c lu e , J.V

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    Junior Varsity Field Hockey (9), Va

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    Development Club (9,10,11,12); Back

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    Varsity Singers (11,12), Chorale (9

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    Chorus (9)i J.V. Baseball (9,ll)i V

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    Pep Club (10.11), J. V. Field Hocke

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    ; C o A lz t z n Varsity Football (

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    Freshman Soccer (9), J.V. Soccer (I

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    Health Careers (9.10,11,12), Key Cl

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    Varsity Bowling (IO,ll)> Varsity Fo

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    DREAM VARIATION Social Committee (9

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    80 Cheerleading (9,10), J.V . Tenni

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    f rv tfrtC L ^ Sff&fGuu Cheerleadin

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    Lhorale (9,10,11,12), Volleyball (9

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    Varsity Tennis (9,10, Captain-ll, C

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    ■ ■ M Soccer (9,10,11,12), Wres

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    Varsity Football (10,11,12); Junior

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    92 Hold on tight to your dreams -EL

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    ^ fY) C LA tiJh o CU Class Treasure

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    * Varsity Cross-Country (9,10.11,12

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    J.V. Basketball (9)> J.V. Baseball

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    Beacon (10) / understand better tho

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    Varsity Track (10,II,Captain-12); J

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    Health Careers Club (10,11,12)j Man

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    ANDREW ROBERT ADAMS Alex Jo el. . .

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    ONY” ----Wildwoodl . . . "NAILS

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    112 For most juniors and seniors th

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    wmmmmmmm UNDERCLASS The years from

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    I J. Koplowitz E. Kossowicz F. Krau

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    C. Kunst D. Lackland K. Leach J. Le

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    A. Marcus S. Martin T. McDonald D.

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    % m in t Politicians in modern Amer

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    ( f j/ e e {U u h What cheers the h

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    This year’s Chorale has certainly

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    (j £ i < i ) n a The Wardlaw-Hartr

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    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Although it

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    service club ovvth under the direct

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    The Health Careers Club consists of

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    138 Well, the Computer Age certainl

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    f^Judio Ifiira / C€ lu b The Audi

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    142 BEACON STAFF: FEFT TO RIGHT, FR

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    during the sixties, the i r tht pho

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    MIDDLE SCHOOL The Wardlaw Hartridge

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    D. Lindsay C. Louis L. Mackson M. M

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    FRONT ROW: M. Clifford, M. Capitly,

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    Junior Cross Country LEFT TO RIGHT,

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    LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: S. Sayre,

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    LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: I. Yuran,

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    SENIOR/FACULTY SOCCER GAME. With al

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    & ix t k cS u u / e FRONT ROW: J. G

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    ^oul/Zi Zjtade FRONT ROW: A. Carpen

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    i j K u f e FRONT ROW: L. Lippitt.

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    ' J u H f / e to ja / U & n FRONT R

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    Varsity Football The Varsity Footba

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    Varsity Field Hockey Teamwork was t

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    A CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON Two weeks bef

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    KBH9I Varsity Soccer The varsity so

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    CROSS-COUNTRY Coach Ralph Muoio sta

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    Varsity Swimming Coach Charles Brow

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    One of the seniors profiled in this

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    LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: D. Powell

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    Senior Maria Wilson the captain of

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    Senior Vinnie Venezia, tri-captain

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    The MVP of the girls’ Volleyball

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    OF FALL FAIRS AND HOLIDAYS The acti

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    A GATHERING OF ANGELS In the life o

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    The first scene opens with Rick Wes

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    Since Gidget has gone through the t

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    Advertisements The advertisements s

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    BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF ’83.

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    Compliments and Best Wishes to the

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    A FRIEND

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    Good Luck to the Class of '83 and m

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    Congratulations and Best Wishes to

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    Best Wishes Allen, Ann, Leslie, Cra

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    "You Light-up our Lives” Congratu

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    E and E Friends from a former life.

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    Congratulations to Bruce and the cl

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    Foolback . . . up in dee air . . .

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    Congratulations to the Class of 198

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    Love and Best Wishes to Carolyn and

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    "You can always tell a Harvard man,

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    DELI STATION - PIZZERIA 954 Inman A

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    ''The objective of education is to

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    R O B E R T J SANTO M E M B E R I.F

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    THOM SON A flO N iK S N S EC U R fT

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    S t a&iiv^exi ^JPu^mentd M A N U F

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    Congratulations to the Class of 198

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    Happiness and Success to the Class

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    C in d y — W e w is h y o u a lon

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    ^ L o z a L H E L E N M A R T IN 11

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    Congratulations To Joy Butler And T

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    C o n g ra t u la t io n s a n d o

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    C^taEili^eA £Pujjnesnt& M A N U F

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    PATRONS OF "TEMPORA ET MORES” A n

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    m First Row: Foreign Language Depar

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    Finally no discussion of daily life

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