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Myles Schlank, class of '64, asked me if anyone in our class knew about the rivalry rock on the Mt. Pleasant Avenue Livingston/West Orange border, specifically how painting the rock came about and when the Livingston rivalry began.

He said he asked his classmates about the origin of painting the rock and no one seemed to know. He hopes some of us know about that and the inter-school rivalry.

What's the interest? Myles is conveying this information request from John Dandola, an alum, class of '69, who was asked if he'd write a history of the WO High Schools. During their recent 50-year our reunion, painting the rock came up as a topic of interest for that history and nobody in the class knew why that rock was chosen and why the rivalry began.

Can anyone in our class answer the questions how the rock came to be painted and when the rivalry with Livingston began?

Myles thanks you in advance for any help you can give him in this project. He can be reached on

Ed Epstein

Just a heads-up: This website has switched status from paid to free and as a consequence there are now ads displayed in places on the website and on emails from the class. There are also limits on posting new photos, but with some pruning there should be enough room for more images.  It would cost a few hundred dollars a year to avoid the ads and get extra photo space. If someone cares to contribute the money, feel free to do so...  RK

Pictures from an informal dinner gathering have been posted in the Reunion Photos/ Spring 2016 Dinner folder. Thanks for sending them in.

Group photo here, courtesy of Jan Press.

David Pogue highlights West Orange in this news: