A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY)

 - Class of 1933

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,A I l ,,, Eddie Fisher and Claire C. Stolz SEPT., 1932: Two thousand happy unemployed sent to work as A. B. Davis High School reopened for the fall term- whereupon they became very much em- ployed. BEPT. 28, 1932: New traffic system organized. SEPT., 1932: G. O. held semi-annual convention in the auditorium. The usual speeches, the same jokes, and the same "hot air" about "my candidate". Bill Bartlett and Harriet Preston were elected after an extremely close race. OCT. 30, 1932: White Plains de- feated Mount Vernon, 14 to 7. OCT. 30, 1932: P. T. A. gave first dance of the season to celebrate our victory ftoo bad we lostl over White Plains. Un- fortunate, being Hallowe'en, the decora- tions were in White Plains' colors. This must have disheartened our players for the results of the game are shown above. OCT. 29, 1932: Drastic changes made in traffic system. Nov. 13, 1932: New Rochelle-Mount Vernon football game postponed due to nasty weather. That night everyone had a good time at the football dance Cespe- cially Bill Bartlett and Parmalee Hill who got in on passesj. The decorations for the dance included megaphones, maroon and white streamers, the football team, cheer- leaders, and several chaperons. NOV. 14, 1932: Alexander Kaplan chosen editor of this Maroon and White. Please don't hold that against the book as they're considering changing the name of the Annual to "Alexander's Rag Time Band". NOV. 17, 1932 CA.M.j: New Ro- chelle meets Mount Vernon in traditional gridiron battle. New Rochelle's goal line is yet uncrossed. Nov. 17, 1932 QP.M.J: New Ro- chelle's goal line still uncrossed. The cheer- leaders and band added color to the game. that certainly needed it. From the way the band plays. they could do with a little more color too. NOV. 19, 1932: New traffic system went into effect. DEC., 1932: Hockey team reported in full strength. During their very unusual season. they scored one goal. That's pretty good, even if it was for the other team. DEC. 12, 1932: Helen Hall elected most popular girl. QCall any night after eight-Renaissance Apartments, corner of Prospect and Rich-Apartment B-l-- knock twice. Or call Hillcrest 1638.11 DEC. 16, 1932: "The Count and the Co-ed", 1932's all star operetta, baffles everyone and turns in two successful per- formances-thanks to the good work of Vincent Tramonte and Elliot Lewis. DEC. 19, 1932: Phil Carney's or- chestra provided music for one of the best dances of the year at the high school. All the old grads were back and a good time was had by all Call the old gradsj. The dance lasted until 12:30 thanks to the Board of Education. The only one who didn't enjoy the half hour's Grace, was Miss Lewis, who was unable to attend. DEC. 14, 1932: Traffic system reor- ganized. DEC., 1932: Miss Lewis condemns cosmetics in a Hi-News interview. She's right though-an outdoor girl does have a much better complexion fbut not as much funb.

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