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

 - Class of 1933

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JAN. 20, 1933: Regents Week-a pause to remind us that school is actually tor scholastic purposes. JAN., 1933: G. O. Election-half of this column took part in the election, so just disregard both. JAN., 1933: Lanny Ross made a per- sonal appearance, at which Helen Shine knocked down ten people for his auto- graph. JAN. 29, 1933: Another change in traffic rules. JAN. 7, 1933: Dancing started weak- ly and weekly in the gym. Two couples, namely Bill Bartlett-Helen Holley and Nora Platt-George Schweig, put on an exhibition. FEB. ll, 1933: Valentine's Dance offered a new mode in decorations-the orchestra, much to its disgust, was placed in the middle of the floor in a cage of streamers. QWhat a pity the cage wasn't of something strongerlj. Oh, yes! The floor was waxed for the occasion. FEB. 18, 1933: 400 attended Mother and Daughter dinner. FEB., 1933: Senior Election-Wally lvers. Helen Hall, and Nelson Leonard "carried off" the honors. When the re- sults were announced, several of the can- didates "were carried out". PEB. 24, 1933: New Marshal force started another traffic system. MAR., 1933: Quarterly marks showed how things were running. Everyone made' a set of resolutions Qad,vocated by Ed Wynnj. "This time things will be dif- ferent". MAR. 9, 1933: A. B. Davis, princi- pal-Emeritus of M. V. H. S. was given a dinner, at which he was given the high school. tHe was probably the only one who would take itl. Hereafter, the Alma Mater will be known as the A. B. Davis High School-need we say any more? MAR., 1933: New lunch room plan wherein the boys and girls eat together. Both were too embarrassed to partake of food. Those, who did, had nervous in- digestion. MAR., 1933: Dramatic Society pre- sented two plays-"Enter the Hero" and "Saved". When Sally Whelan finished with them they needed saving. MAR., 1933: Sans Souci and Pelham French Club held joint meeting. As yet. neither club has figured out what the other one said. and doesn't know whether to feel insulted or not. lVlAR. 28, 1933: Traffic system un- derwent change. QIt's getting tiresome nowj. APRIL 18, 1933: Marshals confident that their new traffic system will be suc- cessful. APRIL 26, 1933: The A. B. Davis Ba-seball Team inaugurated a fine season by defeating Gorton High School, ll-3: aided by the fine pitching of Don Terry Lathrope. APRIL 27, 1933: P. T. A. meeting and School Demonstrations Program went off with a bang! Cthree-quarter of an hour latej. MAY 6, 1933: The Spring Dance, ac- companied by the Casa Lido Orchestra plus hundreds of thousands of clean white shoes Cwell ,...,. fairly cleanj was really a line occasion and, unfortunately, the last P. T. A. dance of the season. MAY 12-13, 1933: Dramatic Society gave a three act play, appropriately entitled "Billy" Qpuzzle: find the goat?J. Credit should be given to Charles McKenna, Mar- tin Warshafsky, Betty Hickok, Jane Clary, Elsie Wier, Nancy Sprague, and Marie Haller, whose acting deserves note. MAY 28, 1933: Our remarkable ten- nis team overcame all contenders in their final tournament Cif they didn't, please be lenient 'cause this column was written on May 141. MAY 29, 1933: Further changes made in traffic system. JUNE l, 1933: Amazing drop in school attendance Cthis date also rather oddly coincided with our first warm swim- ming weatherj. JUNE 19, 1933: Yes-Regents Week again Qheh, hehj. JUNE 30, 1933: Marshals have fig- ured out ideal traffic system. School year is finished, so it will go into effect in September. Well, we wish them luck and are thankful that we won't be here when they try it. We sincerely regret that we were unable to secure data on the Senior Prom and Commencement Exercises before this went to press. However, we feel sure that both will be a success.-Come and see for your- self fthat means the commencement, tooj E 'f""' ln ending this delirium, let us say that the column was much more interest- ing UD before it was censured two or three times. However, we did the best we could-with a limited vocabulary!

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