By CAROL DUCTIAN
Many honors from the Detroit
area and national organizations
have been awarded to Mumford
The Detroit News' 21st annual
Writing A w a r d s Contest has
honored 28 Mumfordites for their
outstanding lit e r a r y abilities.
Achievement key winners were
Esther Novetsky, 12A; Wendy
Abend. James Alpern and Freda
Wellin. 11As; and Ronna Fein-
t in a 1966 graduate .
Other winners were Elissa Kass,
Marilyn Warren, Elliot Berry,
Janice Levine, James Shiovitz,
Candace Friedman and Virginia
Hecker, I2As; Randa Weinstein,
128; Karl Muller, Carol Duchan,
Jane Seligson, Marcy Jacobson
and Gloria Wolk, 11As; Carol
Weisswaser, 11B; Gloria Harris,
Donald Rosen, Michael Tatten,
Penny Blumberg, Linda Segal,
Miriam Kalichman, Douglas Mori-
son and Burl Wagenheim, 10As.
Mumford students won 31 rib-
bons, keys and art award certi-
ficates in the Scholastic Art
Awards contest. Blue Ribbon
awards were given to Jane Hackett
and Esther Novetsky, 12As, mak-
ing their entries eligible to be
judged at the national contest.
The 1966 edition of Mumford's
magazine, the Muse,
was awarded first place in the
Columbia Scholastic Press As-
Mumford's 1967 nominees for
the National Council of Teachers
of English Awards were juniors
Gerald Michaels. Ben Rosenberg,
Carol Duchan. Joan Kent. Sue
Eisenberg and Mindy Resnick.
Newly elected officers of Mum-
ford's student council are IIA's
Larry Klein, president: Lisa Mori-
son, vice president: Susan Stevens,
corresponding secretary: Carol
Cooper, recording secretary; and
10A Richard Grinstein, treasurer.
Many seniors were honored at
the honors convocation last Fri-
day. Doris Seligson and Esther
Novetsky have won the newly ini-
tiated Helen Delbridge English
Award; Robert Kanter and Sherril
Platt received the Brenda Bloom-
berg Book Award; Joseph David-
son and Sanaa Lash the Danforth
Foundation Award; and Jo Ann
Henry and Daniel Biber, the De-
troit Police Youth Award. Other
seniors honored include Candace
Friedman and Barry Garelick,
given the Roy F. Green Award;
Elliott Berry and Nancy Mitch-
nick, the Rotary International
Award; and Laurie Shcolnek, the
Reader's Digest Award.
Sixteen Mumford students
won honors in the Spring Foren-
sic Festival May 5. Among those
rated superior were Bryan Shu-
maker, 12A; and Neal Black and
JoAnne Elk, 11As. Rated excel-
lent were seniors Aron Lipshy,
Nancy Mitchnick and Joel Wald-
bott and 10B Howard Rosen.
Very good ratings were awarded
to Carol Ketchel, 11A; and
David Bale, Ilene Grossman and
David Waxer, 10As.
In sports, after capturing the
East Side championship, Mum-
ford's tennis team under Coach
Ralph Leoffler went on to win
the regional competition. Since
1954, their seasons' records have
been 105 wins and one loss. Team
members are Billy Berris, Barry
Dix, Barry Greenblat, Fred Gross-
man. Irwin Itskovitz, Mark Jacob-
stein. Dave Linden, Bruce Makie,
Jerry Michaels, Tom Rollins,
I Steve Rubin and Marc Steinberg.
Mumford's baseball and golf
teams both took second place
I spots on the East Side.
Quality Work at
"Get Our Price Last"
SAM KOPPELMAN SAYS:
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(OR ANY PLACE ELSE)
IF YOU HAVE TO
PUSH HALF WAY
GET READY NOW!
Beth Moses Junior USY P lans Bake-Candy Sale
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, June 23, 1967
Most American Cars — Plus Ports
14802 W. 7 MILE ROAD
hold its first
candy sale 9 a
New Bagel Co,
Junior U.S.Y. will
annual hake and
.m. Sunday at the
on Seven Mile Rd.
tiring after a distinguished forty-
one year career as teacher and
Lawrence Russ won the top $500
prize in the awards program of the
publishers of Great Books of the
On Monday. Ford's outstanding , Western World. Larry was
quired to take tests and write
June graduates were honored at essays based on the content and
the Class Day ceremonies, and 125 ' meaning found in the books. As a
students, out of a graduating class result, Ford receives a set of these
of nearly 600, received Summa extremely fine volumes.
The Student Council elected Bob
Corn Laude (4 point ave.), Magna
Gitter president for next semester.
Cum Laude (3.6 ave.), and Cum
Art Cohan was also elected treas-
Laude (3.2 ave.).
urer, and Sheri Cane, recording
Principal Samuel Milan present- secretary.
ed department awards to Ken Glas-
ser, math; Sandra Gross, English;
Ken Malkes, science; Shirley Mos-
cow, language; Gerald Scherr,
music; and Nancy Zeldner, social
Phi Beta Kappa awards were
presented to 55 students. This
award requires a 3.5 average in
college preparatory classes.
Linda Kovan received the Parent-
Teacher's Clubs' William E. Mer-
ritt Scholarship. Henry Ford High
School Honorariums were awarded
to Eileen Freedland, Marsha Mil-
ler, Ronald Schmier, Suzanne Stef-
fen, Lisa Levine, Leslie Carter,
and Janice Solomon.
Ann Burton, Susan Greenfield,
Sandra Gross, Paul Keller, Howard
Radner. Gerald Scherr, and Fran-
cine Taub won scholarships to
Wayne State University.
Michigan State University award-
ed scholarships to Betty Lynn
Hyman, Marc Keys, Fran Shiovitz,
and Roz Weinstein.
The University of Michigan
awarded scholarships to Floward
• Heideman, Howard Horowitz, Ken
Glasser, Lou Issacs, Dave Lipsitz,
Shirley Moscow. Lowell Paul.
David Stein, Pete Winston, and
The Student Council awarded
honorariums to Marc Whitefield
and Howard Rontal.
Elliott Leib and David Stein were
recognized for being finalists in the
National Merit competition. Fred
Frank and Shirley Moscow re-
ceived their letters of commenda-
Previously, seniors who had re-
ceived a service award every
semester at Ford were honored at
a special assembly. Included were
Susan Bergsman, Beth Blumen-
reich. Shirley Moscow, Janice Solo-
mon, David Stein, Francine Taub,
and Ruth Forman.
At the annual banquet, Jill Max-
man and David Gruber were
named new editors of the award
winning Ford yearbook, Galaxy,
and newspaper, Spotlight, respec-
Receiving the Columbia Scholas-
tic Press Association outstanding
staff member award for the Spot-
light was David Stein and for the
Galaxy, Beth Blumenreich.
Michigan Pre s s Association
Awards were given to Howard
Fridson, David Stein, Marc Keys,
and Beth Blumenreich.
Jim Schelberg, Marc Keys,
Howard Fridson, and Nancy Zeld-
ner won National Scholastic Press
Inducted into Quill and Scroll
Honorary Society of Journalism
were Gary Faigin, David Gruber,
Mel Kaufman, Paula Lazarus, Jill
Maxman, Rick Morgenstern, Mitch
Pehliss,. Jim Schelbesg and Fran
Guest speaker at the banquet was
Neil Shine, city editor of the De-
troit Free Press.
' Counselor Harold Cutter is re-
Chinese typewriters are so com-
plex that even a skilled operator
cannot select characters from the
1,500 at a rate of more than three
or four words a minute. The Hoang
typewriter produced in 1962 has
5,700 Chinese characters. The key-
board is 2 feet wide and 17 inches
near Evergreen and at the House
of Foods on Seven Mile Rd. and
Schaefer. The money collected will
go to help Israel. For further in-
formation call Robert Rope, 533-
5173, or Josh Leophold, 535-2153.
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