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Members of the Graduating Class

Nancy Elinor Behr
Ralph Henry Boynton
Minnijean Brown
Florence Linda Cohen
Miriam Judith Davis
Douglas Kirk Eads
Ellen Epstein
Ruth Harris Fink
Jane Geller
Alan Frederick Gettner
Linda Elise Hope
Stephen Joel Klein
Robert Michael May
Walter Miale
Yorke Bollin Mizelle
Sarita Patterson
Nina Ruth Pivnick
Jeffrey Burt Reiter
Kathleen Jane Robinson
Carol Ingrid Sackler
Mark Zane Safron
Victor David Scheinman
Joan Barbara Singer
Michael John Alexander Striker
Garrett Jay Wetzler
Janet Wolf

There will be a reception immediately following the ceremonies in the lobby. It is requested that there be no applause during the presentation of diplomas until all seniors have been presented.

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"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" (J.S. Bach)...Chamber Group
Christie Mcdonald, flute   Henry Sanel, 'cello
Michael Orlansky, flute    Hugh McElheny, voila
James Mcconkie, 'cello     Althea Robinson, piano

Invocation...Edward E. Klein
Rabbi, Stephen Wise Free Synagogue

Welcome...William Heard Kilpatrick
Chairman, Board of Trustees

Sonata in G Major No. 78 (J.D. Heinichen)...Chamber Group

Address to the Graduating Class...Frank H. Bowles
President, College Entrance Examination Board

Deck Thyself, My Soul, With Gladness (J.S. Bach)...Ninth Grade Chorus
And members of the Madrigal Group

Presentation of the Diplomas...{John J. Brooks
                               {Mabel M. Smythe

The Heavens Are Telling (Haydn) from "The Creation"...Chorus

Benediction...Rabbi Klein

"Rustic Wedding Symphony"
(Karl Goldmark)...Hugh McElheny and Flora Patterson
(at two pianos)
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