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|Ken Howard||Class of 1962|
I am guessing his graduation year. Actor: Source Wikipedia "Howard was born in El Centro, California, the son of Martha Carey (née McDonald) and Kenneth Joseph Howard, Sr., the older of their two sons. His younger brother, the late Don Howard, was also an actor. He stands approximately 6'6" (1.98 m) which in high school earned him the nickname "Stork." He grew up in the Long Island community of Manhasset, New York, Howard had basketball in his blood well before "The White Shadow" debuted. The nickname "The White Shadow" was given him, by the Long Island press, in 1961, as Howard was the only Caucasian starter on the Manhasset High School varsity basketball team. Howard turned down several offers of basketball scholarships in favor of a more focused academic education. He is a graduate of Amherst College, where he served as captain of the basketball team. He was also a member of the a cappella singing group, "The Zumbyes". He attended Yale School of Drama but left to make his Broadway debut before completing his master's degree."
|James Brown||Class of 1953|
Football Running Back. I am not sure of the year he graduated. Ed Walsh was his coach. Coach Lassee (spelling) at MHS told us in 1975 that when he played for the Steelers he found that Gayle Sayers was the hardest running back to catch because of his moves, Jimmy Brown was the hardest to stop. Source: Wikipedia: "At Manhasset High School, Brown earned 13 letters playing football, lacrosse, baseball, basketball and running track. "Mr. Brown credits his self-reliance to having grown up on St. Simons's island, an all-black community off the coast of Georgia where he was raised by his grandmother and where racism did not affect him directly. At the age of 8 he moved to Manhasset, N.Y., where his mother worked as a domestic. It was at Manhasset High School that he became a football star and athletic legend" He averaged a then-Long Island record 38 points per game for his basketball team. His career island scoring mark was later broken by future Boston Red Sox star Carl Yastrzemski of Bridgehampton."
- Class of 2020 Logan O'Brien
- Richie Gibson
- Class of 1969 Linda Naidamast
- Class of 1945 Kermit Jackson
- Class of 1971 Jennifer Gordan
- Class of 1973 Douglas Melichar
- Class of 1965 Louise Gibson
- Class of 1970 Stewart Aster
- Class of 1966 Christopher Blake
- Class of 1975 Susie Gray
- Kevin Tsun
- Class of 1971 Robert Mulholland
- Class of 1976 Evie Goldstein
- Class of 1969 Michael Cherry
- Class of 1956 Penny Miller Hansen
- Class of 1988 John McVicar
- Class of 1968 Richard Wuerth
- Class of 1991 Lafayette Butler
- Class of 2005 Efstratios Kaloudis
- Class of 2014 Alice Donnelly
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