A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY)
- Class of 1939
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Edifor-in-Chief ....,. GIULIO D'ANGlO
Associa're Edifor . . . , . MURIEL BROUT
Ari Edifor . . . . . BRAMWELL LIEBER
Li+erary Edifors . XIQEJEQXEETIZE-lCC:il':gMACK
Cover design by Bramwell Lieber
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H 1 PUBLISHED BY THE CLASS
A. B. DAVIS HIGH
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Dr. W. H. Holmes
To our sincere friend and kindly adviser, DocTor William l-l. l-lolmes, we dedicaTe
The i939 Maroon and WhiTe.
DocTor Holmes is indeed one oT Those who exempliTy Progress. l-le is recognized
as one oT The Toremoslr educaTors of The counTry. We know him as a person who is a real
Triend, as one who has made The paTh To knowledge easier and more enjoyable Tor us.
DocTor l-lolmes has seT a sTerling example Tor us To Tollow. Through The years, he has
given unselTishly of his Time, his energy and his ideas. l-le has shown us Tolerance, kindness,
courTesy, Triendliness, willingness To share, and all The oTher qualiTies which, when combined
wiTh The desire To go Torwarcl, makes a person an invaluable asseT To The cornmuniTy in which
he lives and works.
ln The years To come, may we oT The class oT I939 reach The goal DocTor Holmes has
seT Tor us and be as valuable To oThers as he has been.
The Associaie EdiTor
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Oh, say, does that star-.Spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
lvlay we always be able To answer The challenge proudly, wiTh heads held high!
To presenT To Davis This appeal oT Francis SCOTT Key has been one of The Three aims
we OT The sTaTT have had in compiling The '39 Maroon and WhiTe.
The World oT Tomorrow has been unveiled: a maTerial represenTaTion of The heighTs
To which man aspires. STirred by This glimpse inTo The TuTure, The arT sTaTT has illusTraTed
man's conTinual sTruggle Tor ameliorizaTion and higher civilizaTion3 and how Tar advanced
he is on The road To The World oT Tomorrow.
l-lowever, we have had a more immediaTe purpose. BeTween These covers, we have
aTTempTed To capTure our lcaleidoscopic years in Davis.
May The mere Turning of These pages enable us To relive our scholasTic life-and keep
The memory oT Davis ever Tresh.
A. B. Davis High School
Dr. Hugh H. Stewart
TO THE CLASS OF 1939
As l ponder over The kind oT greeTing which would be appropriaTe aT This Time, The
words OT Josiah Royce come To mind, "You, aT This momenT, have The honor To belong To a
generaTion whose lips are Touched by Tire. The human race now passes Through one oT iTs
greaT crises. New ideas, new issues - a new call Tor men To carry on The worlc oT righTeous-
ness, oT courage, oT paTience, and oT loyalTy - all These Things have come ancl are daily com-
ing To you."
The greaT ideal oT democracy is being challenged. Each one has a deTiniTe obligaTion
To realize This ideal. Democracy requires ThaT iTs ciTizens undersTand iTs problems and acT
paTrioTically and cooperaTively To solve Them. The vision oT a beTTer liTe and greaTer secur-
iTy may sTiII be realized clespiTe The diTTiculTies and discouragemenTs which beseT our naTion
Today. New issues arise buT so do new and encouraging possibiliTies.
We appreciaTe The cooperaTion which The members oT The class oT l939 have given
To The various deparTmenTs and acTiviTies oT The school. Your parTicipaTion has been in a
measure an exempliTicaTion oT The democraTic way oT living.
We TrusT you will conTinue This spiriT oT helpTulness as you go inTo wider Tields OT ac-
TiviTy. Your communiTy and your counTry need you.
K Q' T MJ
FOUNDER OF OUR SCHOOL
A. B. Davis
For over sixTy years This man served as a Triend and adviser oT youTh so successTully
ThaT Thousands of men and women in every parT oT The world honor his memory and are The
sTronger because of his life, his Teaching, and his example.
l-le consTanTly emphasized The simple, and eTernal, values of liTe - spiriTual inTegriTy,
honesTy oT purpose and of deed, Thorouqhness, qenerosiTy, neighborliness, good ciTizenship.
No inTolerance oT race or creed marred his words or his deeds. l-le was a greaT Teacher and
a greaT American.
"One who never Turned his baclc buT marched
Never doubTed clouds would break,
Never dreamed, Though righT were worsTed,
wrong would Triumph,
Held we Tall To rise, are baTTled To
Sleep To wake."
A. B. Davis
Citadels of Life
The CiTadels oT LiTe are Tounded on The
Rock oT TruTh.
Their Walls are l3uilT of JusTiceg
And over all are raised The RooTs ol Human Love.
ln Harmony The Builders TiT each parT To parT,
CreaTing BeauTy oT The Spirit ETernal and Divine.
The Builders oT These CiTadels Tind LasTing Joy in Helping
Those who Tollow Them Build CiTadels oT Life
As STronq and Clean and BeauTiTul As Theirs.
When All build CiTadels oT LiTe,
Grim BaTTlemenTs ThaT scowl wiTh HaTe and Greed
Will Then be done away:
War drums will cease To beaT:
The TriniTy OT' l.iTe:
TruTh, JusTice and above all
Will rule The HearTs OT Those Who Build Tor Peace.
Dr. W. H. Holmes
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Graueis the Masters look "' "I "'
Supreme be sitsg before the awful frown
Tha! binds his brows the boldest eye goes down.
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Grace T. Lewis
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Walter D. Addis
To the Faculty
The Class of Nineteen Thirty-Nine
"Thank you"g this we can otter you.
But two words-what can they express: gratitude, in-
debtedness, obligation? Two words in return tor patient,
untiring ettortg tor calm, skilltul guidanceq two words in
return tor a priceless association we shall cherish torever.
We have been your pupils, but our relationship has
been more than "teach and be taught." We have come
to rely on you as triends and counselors, ready always to
extend a helping hand or sympathetic understanding.
We gain a diploma-yes: but we lose in you-our ad-
visers and contidants-something irreplaceable.
But how tutile to attempt the expression ot something
we all teel . . . so deeply...
ALLEN, LUCIE M.
ALTSCHULER, CHARLES H.
BAILEY, BERNICE H.
Llniversily ol Iowa, Boslon Uni-
BARDENE, MARION E.
Smilh College, Russell Sage
College, Columbia Universily
BARTLETT, ROBERT L.
Parsons College, Columbia Uni--
BIERMANN, A. OWENS
Head ol Commercial Debarlf
menl, Commercial Law, Office
BLACKBURN, FLORENCE I.
Geneseo Normal School, New
BROWER, ALICE V.
Syracuse Universily, Columbia
Head of English Deparlmenl
BROWN, FLORENCE E.
Columbia Universily, Wellaefiley
.vf -' -I Myer?
BUNKER, FRANK P.
CHASE, LENOX E.
CHENEY, GENEVIEVE H.
CLEVELAND, MARION S
COFFIN, W. GREGORY
Head of Physical Training De'
COLLINS, HARRY A.
Cornell Universily, Columbia
COPP, KENNETH R.
DODDS, ROBERT E.
Columbia Universily, Prall ln-
DRUM, ELSA H.
Syracuse Universily, Columbia
English ill--ll kgxwk.
Columbia Universily L
EDWARDS, ALICE JOHNSON, C. BISHOP
New York Slale College lor Emerson College
Teachers, New York Universily Head of Oral English Deparl-
FERRY, ARTHUR ,
Columbia Universily, Yale Uni- KIMBALL' LORENIA M' .
Verswy Mounl Holyoke College, Sim-
BIOIO mons College
gy Typewriling, Ollice Praclice
GENTILESCO, DOMINIC L.
Lalayelle College, Columbia KURTZI SAMUEL Q,
UUIVGVSIIY Oberlin College, Columbia Uni-
HAND, Louis I. 9
Economics, Social Science HEIQHTON' FLORENCE M'
Middlebury College, Pembroke
HOLMES, MABEL College
Columbia Universily Spanish
JACOBS'-SIDNEY - Juilliard School ol Music, Col-
Columbia Universily, Syracuse b. U . .Jr
Universily Umda mversl y. .
English ASSISIGDI Supervisor ol Music
KRONER, FRANCES W. LOW, KATHERINE I.
Plallsburg Slale Normal School, Secrelary
New York Universily, Columbia
Universi'I'y LUCCHESE, ROSE R.
Economic Geography, Commer- College ol New Rochelle
cial Arilhmelic Typewriling
MacDONALD, LAURA E.
New York Universily
Columbia Universily, Union
Head of Science Deparlmenl,
New York Universily
Head ol Music Deparlmenl
Massachusells Arl School
Head of Arl Deparlmenl
OSWALD, EARL E.
New York Universily, Temple
PALMER, EDNA L.
Columbia Universily, Smilh Col-
Head ol Modern Language De-
PHILLIPS, J. MILTON
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von KOKERITZ, ELIZABETH
PORTER, GERTRUDE E. SHERMAN, HANNAH C.
SecreTary Columbia Universiry r TriniTy College, Columbia
PROCTORI LUCY B. Haegtgmegfr Home Economics De- Ennzygasrlry
Wellesley College, Simmons p g
College SMITH, KENNETH +l.L-'- -' WALTHER, HELEN E.
Librarian Columbia UniversiTy, Amhers+ Barnard College
RHODES, CATHERINE I. EO'l??f7 Mafhemms
Columbia UI'1TV6I'Siiy, VGSSGI' ng IS I
gollzqef l STILES, MARIETA S. Mounf Holyolce College
mira O lYl5ll"emGllC5 Deparl' Balresk Ccglege, Colgmlgia .Uni- Biology
vers: y, ipomee e mverf
RIDDLE MARY H siTe de Diion, France WIGHT. lVlARGUERlTE
' - ' . French Columbia Universify, Savage
New Yorlc Universulry School
Head Ol Lalm Deloerlmenl SUMNER, LILLIAN T. Physical Training
RUSSELL, CLIFTON N. Teacher Clerk
New York Training
YOUNG, ELEANOR M.
York Universiw SUND , HERBERT E. Columbia UniversiTy, Wellesley
ChemisTry, Biology, General YOF, Un'Ve'S'lV 1 COll?9e
Science ' I oolclc pping, Com erclal English
SEARLE, JAMES H. I ' l UNO, ELLEN C.
Hamilfon College' Columbia TAYLOR, MURlEL E. Bosfon Universilry
Umvergily Columbia UniversiTy, SargeanT Typewriling ,V
S ' I S ' School Q'
OGG meme Physical Training YOUNG' MARY A K,
SHAWHAN, MERCY Syracuse Universify H
Universilry of Illinois TESORO, ROSE Head of Social Science Depart
Diefihan School Clerk menT
REEKPAUM, JEANNETTE MACDOUGALL, GRACE TAXTER, RUTH E. VREELAND, RACHEL
New Yorlc Universilry New Yorlc Universilry, SmiTh PlaTTsburg S+a+e Normal School SmiTh College
Boolclceeping, Typewrifing College Shorfhand, Typewrihng ShorThancl
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Mr. Childs and Daugl1+ers
Mr. Childs is a lovable man
Who helps us whenever he can.
He's stern with his daughters-see---
Which is as it oughter be
Although he's a lovable man.
Mrs. Sumner and Son
There once was a ladg in school
KVho made pupils live by the "rule."
If her son disobeged it.
He couldn't evade it
His punishment often was cruel.
Mr. Bunker and Daughler
Some highlg notorious smells
Come from the "lab" wherein he dwells.
But his daughter takes Care
Not to wander up there
And so gets along with the "swells"
Mr. Nielsen and Son
At Beethoven. Schubert or Brahms
Mr. Nielsen attains all the palms.
But wise people know
That his son takes the show
lVhen it comes to attaining the blondes.
Mr. Searle and Daughler
Histories-Mr. Searle knows-
Some remarkable tangles expose.
But Marg is fairer
And he can compare her
lVith Cleo or ang of those.
Mr. Oswald and Dauglrler
Mr. Oswald may punish the boys-
He's used to their racket and noise
But it's harder with malice
To punish his Alice,
For his daughter increases his jogs
Mr. Addis and Son
He rules over programs supreme,
But he's still got a parental gleam.
When he learns that son,
That singular one
Makes Euclid a verg good team.
Mrs. MacDonald and Daughler
Mrs. Mac will be glad to expound
On vowels. the pear shaped or round
But "shape" gou will End
Comes quicker to mind
When Margg, her daughters around
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A chiId's wail,
A newborn IciHen's mew,
The Iusiry shine of all Things new.
A wedding veil,
A family pew,
Youlh ends, Ihey're one no longer Iwo.
The ioliering sage,
Wiih snow-while Ioclcs,
Toolhless and old, whom all youlh moclcs.
The hazy veil is drawing close,
The morning Iighls have long been gone.
The I4iHen dead,
The babe, now old,
And slowly - slowly sinlcs
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And your eyes are deep blue.I
I said I don'+ care!
lBu+ you know 'Thai I do.l
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Arthur Abelman William Agins Therese Auriemma Elaine Baxter Alma Becker i m
Milton Ader Ernest Ambrosecchio Herman Barcst Marion Beaman Joseph Belleshcim ne Bloon
Joseph Adimari Robert Atwell Joseph Bates Austin Bechet Seymour Bender sence V. B
ARTHUR ABELMAN Ots ALMA BECKER Toolsic
Fordham Uniyersiiy THERESE AURIEMMA TOMS Karherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Band, Poliiical Club, Presidenlr of O. R.,
Three Year Honor.
MILTON ADER Mill
Inierclass Baslqelball, Inlerclass Baseball,
Marshal Squad, Dance Club.
JOSEPH ADIMARI Jvc
WILLIAM AGINS Bill
Depuiy Marshal, Vice-Presidersi' of Ca ei
La, Chess Club, Ping-Pong Club, Dance
Club, Two Year Honor, Non-Aihlelic
ERNEST AMBROSECCHIO Ernie
Nolre Dame Universiiy
Golf Team, Inierclass Baslceiball, Infer-
ROBERT ATWELL Uncle Bzzbby
Sherman Business School
lialian Club, Baseball.
HERMAN BAREST Doc
Presidenl Ping-Pong Club, Member Boys'
Alhlelic Commiliee. lnierclass Baseball,
lnierclass Baslcelball, Baslceiball Team.
Marshal Squad. Chess Club, Sans Souci,
Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
JOSEPH BATES Tiny
Fooiball Team, Swimming Team.
ELAINE BAXTER Elaifw
Sherman Business School
Red Cross Club. W, .
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MARION BEAMAN Marion
Pennsylvania Siaie College
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group, Der
Deuische Verein, Ca er La, Ping-Pong
Club, A Capella Choir, Archery Club,
Three Year Honor,
AUSTIN BECHET Austin
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Dance Club, O. R. Represenialive, One
JOSEPH BELLESHEIM his
'Norcesfer Polyfechnic Insliiuie
Band, Dance Club.
SEYMOUR BENDER Cy
Ciiy College of New Yorlf
Dance Club, Biological Club, Three Year
JANE BENZING Hon,
The Fashion Academy ol' New Yorlc
Dance Club, Archery Club, Volleyball,
One Year Honor.
ANNE BLOOM Ar1rI'y
Riding Club, HiANews Ediiorial Slaff,
lnlernaiional Relaiions Club, Miss Lewis's
Discussion Group, Three Year Honor, Tau
FLORENCE V. BOLING Flo
Red Cross Club, Represeniaiiye of Girls'
Baseball Team, Sans Souci, Ca ei La,
One Year Honor.
LIBRO BONVINI Ima
New York Universily
Goll Team, lnferclass Baseball, Foolball
Team, One Year Honor.
MARTHA M. BOYARSKY .Ilrullm
McDowell School ol Design
Girls' Glee Club, Miss Lewis's Discussion
Group, Shorlhand Club, Service Club,
Volleyball. Three Year Honor.
ROSEMARIE V. BRANCA SlH'l'l,
Service Club, Non-Alhlelic Honor. Greqq
HERBERT BRANDWEIN Pmnls
New York Universily
Ping-Pong Club, Baseball Squad, Baslcel-
oali Squad, lnlcrclass Foolball Caplain.
MARGARET BROEGE lliivvrziv
Sherman Business School
One Year Honor.
MARION BUDD HIIIINI'
Traphaqen School ol Fashion
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RUTH BYERS Km!
Ridinq Club, Girls' Alhlelic Commillee,
Sophomore, Junior, Senior Baslielball,
Girls' Bullelin Board Cornmilleo, Maroon
and While Edilorial Board, Chess Club,
Girls' Marshal Squad, Ping-Pong Club,
Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
R. CHARLES CARPENTIER Ifhurlvi
FLORENCE L. CHILDS l"lm.siz
Smilh College A
Sludenl Council, Dance Club, Dramalic,
So iely, Nalional Thespians, Vice-Presif
oleill bf Gleez Club, -Presidenf ol Shorf-
hand Club. Siecrelary and Treasurer of
Archery Club, O. R. Represenlalive, Ac-
cornpanisl Orcheslra and Glee Club,
Home Room Adviser, Lalin Club, Riding
Club, Vice-Presidenl and Secrelary ol O.
R., Nalional Honor Sociely, Tau Epsilon
Pi, Three Year Honor.
MARY CIMMINO Mary
Service Club, Two Year Honor
MAREE COHEN .Mm
Riding Club, Hi-News Business Srafl.
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ha .M. vB0yal'Sky Margaret Brouge R. Charles Curpentier Marce Cohen
marlc Y. Brancu M8l'l0n Budd Florence L. Childs WViIliznn Cnnovu
WILLIAM CONOVER lfiillic
Dance Club, Baseball Team, Baslelball
Team, One Year Honor.
ANGELO R. CONTICCHIO Huh
Universily of Missouri
PATRICIA CORTI 1,111
Mounl Vernon Hospilal Training School
Service Club, Three Year Honor,
CIRO J. COSCHIGANO f,ilI1'1'ITlI
Nolre Dame Universiiy
EUGENE COSCHIGANO friflll?
Nolre Dame Universily .
Baslielball Team, Traclc Team, Baseball
Team, Alhlelic Honor, One Year Honor.
GEORGE G. CRONIN fin'
O, R. Represenlalive, Annual Represenla-
five, Camera Club.
Giro .I. Coschigano
George G. Cronin
Angelo R. Conticchin
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Rita Cuzzi Wilma Davcnport Helen Diglio Dorothy F. Ducey Ellen Evans Fred Feinber
Olga Damon Ann De Santis William Donovan Josephine Emerson Edward Fausel Herbert Fennm
Giulio D'Angio August Dc Santolo Louise Doukas Eileen Ada Epstein Leon Feigin Joseph Ferral
RITA CUZZI Rc ANN DE SANTIS Ann EILEEN ADA EPSTEIN Iliclrie
Girl Marshal Squad, Miss Lewis's Discus-
Cooper Union Arl School
sion Group, Horne Roorn Adviser, Ping- AUGUST DE SAN-I-OLO Kem.
Pong Club, Alpha Tau Delia, Drarnalic Michigan Shine Umverswy '
Sociely, Baslcelball, Hockey, Three Year Baskeyball Squad' Hcckey Squad.
Honor, Naiional Honor Sociely, Tau Ep-
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OLGA DAMQN ' T M Olga Packard Business School
Mounl Holyoke College f'i."Q
Archery Club, Girl Marshal Force, WILLIAM DONOVAN Tex
Capella Choir, Ca el La, Three Year
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Non-Alhlelic LQUISE DQUKAS Lou
GIULIO D'AN6IO Julie
Ca I ir? ol Fencing T , D-epuly Mar-
d lan Cub, o-Edilor bl! Hi-
News Edilorial Page, Edilor-in-Chief oi
Maroon and While, School Publicalions
Cornrniilee, Advisory Council Senior
Class, Manager ol Fencing Team, Na-
lional Honor Sociely, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Alhlelic Honor, Non-Alhlelic Honor,
Three Year Honor.
WILMA DAVENPORT Willie
Virginia Siale Universily
Sans Souci, Annual Represenlalive, One
Shorlhand Club, Presidenl ol Service
Club, Marshal Squad, Secrelary of O.
R., Baseball, Hoclcey, Gregg Cerlilicale.
DOROTHY F. DUCEY IM!
Vice-Presidenl ol Alpha Tau Della, O. R.
Represenlalive, Vice-Presidenl ol Girls'
Alhleiic Cornrnillee, Cheerleader, Presi-
denl of O. R., Vice-Presidenl ol: Chorus,
Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Na-
lional Honor Sociely.
JOSEPHINE WILSON EMERSON JUIIIIAQ'
. NCouncil, . R. P sidenl, O. R,
Re esenlalive. orne oorn Adviser,
Ri g Club, C el La, rchery Club,
T ' e Year I-Ion , au silon Pi.
Service Club, Three Year Honor, Non-
Alhlelic Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
ELLEN EVANS Uewly
Dramalic Sociely, Miss Lewis's Discus-
sion Group, Two Year Honor, Nalional
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LEON FEIGIN Leo
Cooper Union Inslilule oi Technology
Caplain ol Chess Tearn, All Counry
Chess Tearn, Punching Bag Club, As-
FRED FEINBERG Fred
Inlerclass Baslrelball, Marshal Squad,
HERBERT FENNELL Herbie
Cooper Union Ari School
Camera Club, School Publicily Cornrnil-
JOSEPH FERRARA Aw:
O. R. Presidenl, Hi-News Business Board,
ALBERT FIERING Ihipuy
Universily of Virginia
Hi-News Business Board, Maroon and
While Edilorial Board, School lnleresrs
BETTY FISK Linrly
Mounl Vernon Nurse's Training School
Cheerleader, Service Club, Hockey, Bas-
ALBERT E. FITZSIMMONS Clunri
Foolball Team, O. R. Presidenl, Track
Team, Mills Kicking Trophy of I936.
ROBERT I. FLEDER Buff
Franklin and Marshal College
Inferclass Baseball, Baseball Team, Ping-
Pong Club, Avialion Club, lnlerclass Bas-
kelball, Chairman Boy's Alhlelic Com-
ROBERT FORDE 131111
lnlerclass Baskelball, Baseball, and Fool-
ball, Dance Club lnslruclor, One Year
SANTA FRAIOLI Sandy
llalian Club, One Year Honor
MIRIAM FRUTKIN Mimi
Sans Souci, School lnleresl Commilfee,
Vice-Presidenl ol Der Deulsche Verein,
O. R. Vice-Presidonr, Girlls Alhlelic
Cornmillee, Two Year Honor.
ESTHER GARDNER Emir'
Spencer Business School
VIRGINIA P. GAZVERDE Giflllltf
Easlman Gaines Business School
Red Cross Club, Service Club.
Alpha Tau Della, Ca el l.a, G. O. Coun-
cil, Chorus, Cheerleader, O. R. Presi-
denl, Vice-Presidenl of Senior Class, One
lnslrucfor, El Aieneo, Marshal Squad, O.
R. Vice-Presidenl, Tau Epsilon Pi, Three
Year Honor, Alhlelic Honor.
COURTNEY GROESCHEL Pep
Ping Pong Club, Presidenl ol Archery
Club, Riding Club, EI Aleneo, Tennis
Team, Home Room Adviser, O. R. Rep-
resenlalive, Hi-News Slall, Records Edi-
lor, Maroon and While Edilorial Board.
Bulleiin Board Comrniilee, Tau Epsilon
Pi, Nalional Honor Sociely, Three Year
GEORGE GROVE Georgie
Dance Club, Orcheslra, Lieulenanl Mar-
shal, Boy's Glee Club, Nalional Honor
Year Honor. i H
ROBERT w. HARTMANN ur'i,uS-93,
JANET GILCHREST Pcanulx New York Unlve Slli!
New York Universily MK- TSPGI F 59' lmbmg ew.
Dance Club, Ping-Pong Club, Hi-News I, pu,
Business Board. . Aggin I Miss Le ' ' ' ,On
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DOROTHEA GLEITSMANN Duimf OW WO ' 5 ,
MILTON HERMA Min
New York lnsliiule ol Pholography
Girls' Riding Club, Lalin Club, Dan.e
SEYMOUR GOTTLIEB .Say
New York Universily
Manager of Hockey Team, Dance Club
,lbert Fiering Robert I. Fleder Miriam Frutkin Joyce Gibson
Betty Fisk Robert Forde Esther Gardner Janet Gilchrcst
E. Fitzsimmons Santa Fruioli Virginia P. Gazserde Dorothea Gleitsmalxn
Debaling Sociely, Foolball Squad, Track
Squad, Presidenl ol O. R., O. R. Repre-
senlalive, Chairman School Publicily
Cornmillee, Member School Lilerary Or-
ganizalion, Two Year I-lonor.
Seymour Gottlieb Robert W. Hartmann
Courtney Groeschcl Betty Hayward
George Grove Milton Herman
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Jeanne Hirsch Marie E. Iannuzzi George Johansen Beatrice KHDIHII
Ifdna May Hubbard rM3l'lZ3l'Ci Imhrognn Arabella C. Jones Anita Kassen
Constance Ann l-YNZ. Annette Jackson Phyllis Eileen Jordan Lois C. lxolllln
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JEANNE HIRSCH ,Hurry GEORGE JOHANSEN Jojn
Ari Comrniiiee, Maroon and While Siail,
Bulleiin Board Cornmifiee, Chorus, O. R.
Vice-Presidenl, Three Year Honor.
EDNA MAY HUBBARD Blmzilif'
Kaiherine Gibbs Secreiarial School
Volleyball, Baseball. Baslelball.
CONSTANCE ANN HUNT lfmznic
The Delehaniy Insliiuie
Chorus, Music Honors.
MARIE E. IANNUZZI Marie'
Easlrnan Business School
Service Club, Shorihand Club, llalian
Club, Capiain oi Volleyball, Baseball and
Hoclcey, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon
MARGARET IMBROGNO Margie'
Dance Club, Gregg Ceriiiicaie.
ANNETTE JACKSON Milzi
William and Mary Universiiy
Girls' Marshal Force, Home Room Ad-
viser, Hi-News Ediiorial Siaii, O. R.
Presideni, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsi-
lon Pi, Baseball, Baslceiball, Hockey.
Ciiy College Oi New Yorlc
ARABELLA C. JONES Sarnia
Two Year Honor.
PI-IYLLIS EILEEN JORDAN Pliyl
Colby Junior College
Riding Club, Needle Craif Club.
BEATRICE KAPLAN - 1" BW
Barnard College ' .V
Dramaiic Sociely, Nati naPThespian So-
cieiy, Miss Lewis's D ussionfGroup, Hi-
News Edilorial Sla 'Yea I-Ionsgr,
Tau Epsilon Pi, Na n'l fbno Sbgeiy,
ANITA KASSEN 'I ' ' 'vilnim
Goucher College 'J I XX
Lalin Club, Hockey, Baslcemall, Hi-News
Ediiorial Slail, Three Year Honor, Aih-
LOIS C. KOLPIN L0
Packard Business School
O. R. Represenialiye, Dance Club,
Dance Cornmiiiee, O. R. Presideni, One
.lohn Konp YVilliam E. Lap
Adolph Kozlowski Walter C. Lap
Gertrude Lacey Mary Leunette
JOHN KOOP fuck
Carnegie Tecnnical lnsiiiuie
Fooiball Team, Swimming Team, Mar-
shal Sguad, Dance Club.
ADOLPH KOZLOWSKI Acc
Massachuseiis Insiiiuie of Technology
Track Team, Depuly Marshal, Non-AIh-
leiic Honor, Three Year Honor, Aihleiic
GERTRUDE LACEY Hickory Carts
Head Girls' Marshal, Girls' Bulleiin
Board Cornmiliee, Nalure Club, Miss
Lewis's Discussion Group, Baseball, Vol-
leyball, Hoclcey, Non-Aihleiic Honor,
Tau Epsilon Pi, Naiional Honor Socieiy,
Three Year Honor, Aihleiic Honor.
WILLIAM EDWIN LAPHAM Dapper
Baseball Squad, Hockey Squad.
WALTER CHRISTIAN LAPPLE Walt
Marshal Squad, Science Club, German
Club, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Naiional Honor Socieiy.
MARY LEONETTE LEAL 1,00
The Washinglon Secrelarial School
Red Cross Club, Peace Club, Needle-
crali Club, Chorus.
IDA LEFSKY Blomlw'
New York Universiiy
Service Club, Chorus, Dance Club.
ANTOINETTE LEONE Bill
Drake Business School
Dance Club, Volleyball, lialian Club,
WILLIAM J. LICCIONE l,1'f'liiw
Virginia Miliiary lnsliiule
Presidenf of G. O,, Marshal Squad,
Fooiball Squad, Naiure Club, Science
Club, Tau Epsilon Pi, Naiional Honor
Socieiy, Three Year Honor, Chernisiry
SHIRLEY LICHTENFELD BllI!'l1
New York U niversiiy
MILAN LILLIS lllilrm
Eoolball Team, Track Tearn, O. R. Presi-
CONSTANCE JORDAN LINDE Clllllllii'
Vice-Presideni of G. O., Vice-Presidenr
of Dance Club, Ca ef La, Secreiary oi
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group, Dance
Cornrniiiees, Alpha Tau Delia, Hi-News
Ediiorial Siaif, Three Year Honor, Na-
fional Honor Socieiy, Tau Epsilon Pi.
ELSIE IJOHR El
Service Club. Volleyball Honor, Gregg
WILLIAM LYNCH Bill
Baseball, Baskeiball, Two Year Honor.
LAWRENCE MANCUSO Zvlrc
ELEANOR LOUISE MAPES Tommy
S+. Lawrence Universiiy
Camera Club, Home Room Adviser, Miss
Lewis's Discussion Group, Three Yea:
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
WILBUR MARCUS Wilbur
GLADYS MARSTON Clazlys
EDWARD R. MARTIN llnojiff
Texas Chrisiian Universiiy
Junior Varsiiy Baseball, Baseball Team,
Baskeiball Tearn, Chorus, Boys' Aihlefic
Cornrniiiee, Punching Bag Club, Dance
Cornrnifiee, lnierclass Fooiball, Dance
Club, Aihleiic Honor.
EDITH MATTSON Edith
Kaiherine Gibbs Secreiarial School
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group, O. R.
Represeniaiive, O. R. Presideni, Three
Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Gregg Cer-
FRIEDA MAURER Touts
Dance Club, O. R. Represeniaiive, One
MARGARET MAZZIOTTA Mrlg
lnrerclass Hockey, Baskeiball, Volleyball,
Baseball, Tennis Tearn, O. R. Secreiary,
Chorus, Firsi Honor in Hockey, Tennis,
Second Honor in Hockey, Tennis, Base-
JACQUE ROWENA MCGEE llmefcrziw
Hi-News Business Manager, Hockey.
Volleyball, Baskeiball, Baseball, Dance
Club, Drarnaiic Socieiy, Miss Lewis's Dis-
cussion Group, Second Honor in Hockey.
Mi. Vernon Hospiial School ol' Nursing
Ca el La, Three Year Honor.
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Ida Lefsky ' irley Liclitenfeld Elsie Lohr Eleanor L. Mapes in Edward R. Martin Margaret Mazziotta
tumette Leone . Milan Lillis William Lynch Wilbur Marcus A Edith Nlaibson Jacque R. McGee
iam J. Liccinne f Constance J. Linde Lawrence Mancuso Gladys Marston ,J Frieda urer Eleanor Miller
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Margaret B. Miller Mary K. Moccio Sylvia Ncmenyi Patsy Pagliuca Rocco Pasture Irene Petnu
Rnbelt Miller Ann Morgcnstern Concetta Nordnnc Emelia Parise Ann Perna Anthony Petr
Florence Mocciu M'arjoryfMu1'phy Alice L. Oswald Douglas VY. Passage Francis J. Peterson Eleanor J Pe
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MARGARET BELL MILLER ' Peggy", Group, Vice-Presidenl ol Chorus, Mar- DOUGLAS WARD PASSAGE Doug
Mounl Holyoke f.,.. ' P
Girls' Marshal Squad1 'Butllelin Board '
Cornrnillee, Ping-Pong Club, Archery
Club, Biology Club, Tau Epsilon PL.
Three Year Honor.
ROBERT MILLER Bobby
FLORENCE MOCCIO Flo
New Yorlc Business School
Typewriling Club, Shorlhand Club,
Chorus, Vice-Presidenl ol O. R., One
Year Honor, Gregg Cerlilicales.
MARY KATHERINE MOCCIO M1lj'il'
New Yorlc Uniyersily
Lalin Club, Sans Souci, Two Year Honor
Tau Epsilon Pi.
ANN MORGENSTERN fVr1114'z?
School lnleresl Cornnnillee, Maroon and
While Edilorial Board, Archery Club,
Baseball Team, Spanish Club, Pholog-
raphy Club, Three Year Honor, Tau Ep- '
silon Pi. ,X
MARJORY MURPHY lllirlgry
Dulce Universily ,
Presidenl ol f3xI?I?a Tau ella, Secrelay :
shal Squad, Dance Club, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Najional Honor Sociely, Three Year
Honor. 'A - , H
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SYLVIA NEMENYI , Silly
Pace Inslilule c .
Ping-Pong Club, Archery Club, Tau Ep!
silon Pi, Three Year Honor, Gregg Cer-
CONCETTA NORDONE Clze!
Viclory Business School
Marshal Squad, llalian Club, Ping-Pong
Club, Archery Club, Needlecrall Club,
Non-Alhlelic Honor, Three Year Honor,
Eirsl and Second Honor in Volleyball.
ALICE L2-'OSWALD A Y Ozzie
Lewiss Discussion Group, Hi-News
Edi Orial Slalff Chorus, Presidenl ol O.
R., Caplain of Baseball' Teann, Bullelin
Board Covnrniliee, Tau Ypsilon Pi, Na-
lional Honor Sociely, Three Year Honor.
PATSY PAGLIUCA Pm
Band, Orcheslra, Goll Team, Non-Arn
of ei,-is' A+hl,+iQ com mee, Alnpl . EMELIA PARISE llimplex
Represenlalivif Miss Le issriiscsssi' n Gregg Cerlilicales.
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Carnera Club, Marshal Force, Vice-Presb
denl, Secrelary, and Presidenl of Inlerna-
iional Relalions Club, Finalisl in Biddle
Senior Exlernporaneous Speaking Con-
slesl, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Nalional Honor Sociely, Non-Alhlelic
ROCCO PASTORE Rmflfy
Foolball Tearn, Dance Club.
ANN PERNA Nrllilf
Dance Club, Chorus, Volleyball.
FRANCIS J. PETERSON llvlc
Rensselaer Polylechnic lnslilule
Ca el La, lnlernalional Relalions Club,
Science Club, Chess Club, Three Year
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pl.
IRENE PETRE Rt'I1II13
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ss Unbafl, lnlerclass Baseball,
EL QANOR JEAN PETRILLO Rum'
Sl, Mary of The Woods
Dance Club, O. R. Represenlaliye, Dance
Ruth M. Picker
lon R. Postighonc
RUTH MILDRED PICKER Pir'l.'f4'x
New Yorlc Universily
Carnera Club, One Year I-Ionor.
MARION ROSE POSTIGHONE llinzplm
Sherman Business School
Baseball, Baslcelball, Volleyball, l-loclcey,
Chorus, Firsl and Second Baseball I-Ion-
ors, Gregg Cerlilicate.
EDWARD POZARIK Eff
New Yorlc Universily
El Aleneo, Ping-Pong Club, Two Year
DUSOLINA PUCILLO Lfffx'
Mounl Vernon I-lospilal Training School
Service Club, Three Year I-Ionor.
MATTHEW OUINN Mall
inlernalional Relations Club, Non-Allv
DAVID J. RAFFERTY Dun'
Dance Club, Ping-Pong Club, Chess
David J. Rafferty
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MONROE RAISSMAN Tiny
Dance Club, Cheerleading Squad.
HERBERT REINER pllrlujl'
Pino-Pong Club, Chess Club.
DOROTHY F. REITWIESNER Dot
Dance Club, Needlecrall Club, Red
ELIZABETH RIEGER Hairy'
Bioloqy Club, Chorus, Sans Souci,
Needlecrall Club, Tau Epsilon Pi, Two
RALPH ROSEFF Ron'
MATTHEW ROSENSCHEIN, Jr. lllru'
Scoreboard Squad, Dramatic Sociely,
l-li-News Edilorial Slail, Handbook Corn-
millee, Publicily Commillee, Siaqe Man-
aqer, Nalional Thespian Society, Na!
lional l-lonor Society, Three Year I-Ionor.
Herbert Reiner Ralph Roseff
NATHAN ROSENZWEIG Nu!
MARIE ROSS Sugar
Packard Business School
Three Year I-Ionor.
ANTOINETTE ROSSETTI Toni
New Yorlc Universily
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group, Marshal
Force, Archery Club, Ping-Pong Club
lialian Club, Carnera Club, Needlecrall
Club, Two Year Honor.
LUCY CORNELIA RUFINO 1,11
Easrman Business School
President ol Italian Club, Service Club,
Baseball, Non-Alhlelic I-Ionor.
RICHARD RUSSIO Ril'!Iil'
Foorball Tearn, Junior Varsily Baslcelball,
Dance Club, Pinq-Ponq
Lucy Cornelia Rufino'
Anthony M. Santoro Robert Schede Gerald L. Schwab Edmund Seerzmuller Robert S. Sillery Edwin Slobodsli
Jessie Santoro A. Schcllellbcrg, Jr. Mary Alice Schwab Philip N. Shapiro Gladys Silva Ina Charlotta Sn
HBIII7 Sauer .lack Sr-hiffrnzm Melvin Seeger Alma Silk David Slavin Ruth Soll
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ANTHONY M. SANTORO Ifluslr MARY ALICE SCHWAB' Rell ,
Baseball Team. Julliard School oi Music and Columbia AI-MA SILK I Allie
College Presrdeni oi Junior Red Cross Club,
JEssrE sANToRo Jinx Der Deulsche verern, Ping-Pang club, OHS Year HOW-
Chorus. Archery Club, Riding Club, Miss Lewis's
Ciiy College oi New York
Presidenl of Der Deuische Verein, Hi-
News Business Board, Marshal Squad.
ROBERT SCHEDE Slrazly
Massachusefis lnsiiiule oi Technology
Depuiy Marshal, Science Club, Naiional
I-lonor Sociely, Tau Epsilon Pi, Three
ALBERT SCHELLENBERG, Jr. l'mf-lf'r'P
l-Ii-News Carioonisl, Annual Ari Slaii,
Airplane Club, Publiciiy Corrrmillee, Two
JACK SCHIFFMAN fuck
Laiin Club, Fencing Club, Ping-Pong
Club, Swimming Squad, One Year Honor.
GERALD I.. SCHWAB Jerry
New Yorlc Universiiy
Marshal Force, Chess Club, Dance Club,
Tau Epsilon Pi, Three Year Honor.
Discussion Group, A Capella Choir, Two
MELVIN SEEGER Mel
Universiiy oi Michigan
O. R. Represeniaiive, Council Member,
O. R. PresidenT. Liierary Organizafions
Commiilee, Dance Club Commiilie, Pub-
liciiy Commiilee. lnierscholaslic Debai-
ing Squad, Chairman lnlerscholaslic Re-
lalions Commiilee, Salurday Nighl De-
baier, Honorable Menlion Speaking Con-
lesl-Sophomore, and Junior, Co-Edilor-rw
Chief of l-Ii-News, Delegaie lo Colum-
bia Scholasiic Press Associalion Conven-
lion, Narional I-lonor Sociely.
EDMUND SEEGMULLER lfrlrly
Curiiss-Wrighl Technical Inslilule
PHILIP NORMAN SHAPIRO 51111111151
Tennis Team, Sporls Co-Ediior Hi-News,
Maroon and Whiie Sporls Edilor, Green
Room Players, Three Year Honor, Biddle
Speaking Prize for Seniors.
ROBERT S. SILLERY Hull
lnierclass Foolball, Baslcelball, Cross-
GLADYS SILVA Clurlys
DAVID SLAVIN Brrlrrl:
New Yorlc Universily
Co-Ediior-in-Chief Davis Hi-News, Ad-
visory Council oi Senior Class, Presidenl
of Sans Souci, Laiin Club, I-li-News Busi-
ness Board, Leader of Round Table Dis-
cussion, C.S.P.A. Conveniion, l939, Na--
lional I-Ionor Sociely, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Three Year Honor, Non-Aihlefic Honor.
EDWIN SLOBODSKI Sflt'f'1l,V
INA CHARLOTTA SMITH Inn
Y. W. C. A. Business School
RUTH SOLL Clrr'r'l.'
Red Cross Club, Dance Club, Greqq
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ALTHEA LOUISE SPALDING .Ill
Bloloqy Club, Glrls' Clrorus, O, R, Rep-
resenlaliye, Annual Reprosonlaliye, Tlrree
Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pl.
HARRIET STEIN llur'ri4'l
STANLEY STERN Pm'
Unlyersily ol Soullrern Calilornia
O. R. Represenlalive, lVllF'lVRLjllf'rVTGl Rela-
llons Club, El Aleneo.
RALPH STERNBERG Rrzfjrlr
EMMA H. STERNEMANN lfrrrnrir'
One Year Honor.
EDWARD STEVENSON lfrlrly
Type Club, Inlernalional Relallons Club.
DONALD STOREY Dun
Dance Club, Punclrlnq Bao Club, Ca el
La, lnlerelass Baslcerball, Junior Varslly
Baslelball, O, R. Rresldenl, Tlrree Year
Honor, Tau Epiilon Pi.
lthul L. Spalding -
H nriet St-in
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RUTH TENNENBAUM Rrrflrr
Easlern Business Sclrool
Arclrery Club, Tlrreff Year Honor.
EARLE E. TIETZ Early T1Af0c'lx
Presiclenl and Vice-Rresldenl OT O. R.,
Caplain of Scoreboard Squad.
ANTHONY A. TISO Tfrrrr'
New Yorlc Uniyerslly
Aylalion Club, Tlrree Year Honor
SALVATORE W. VIOLINO S111
lnferclass Baseball, Baslcelball Football.
WILLIAM WACHTER - Sleepy
Massaclnusells lnslilule ol: Teclnnoloqy '
Baseball Team, lnlerclass Baslcelball,
Foolball Team, Hoclcey Team, Marslwal
Squad, Vice-Prcsidenl of O. R,, Pinq-
Porrq Club, Punching Bag Club, Hi-News
Eclllorlal Slall, Maroon and Wlwile Rep-
resenlallye, Slale Honor, Second Plane
in LeRoy M'H'ls Klclclnq Conlesl.
CAREY WELLS Prvlly Huy
Foolball Team, Hockey Team, Track
Team, O. R. Represenlalive, O. R. Presl-
clenl, Presidenl ol Senior Class, One
Year Honor, Nalional I-lonor Soriely.
MARGARET WOOL Prgjgy
Dance Club, Two Year Honor.
JAMES A. YAZZETTI, Jr. Vfrrru'
Nolre Dame Uniyersily
Inlerclass Baseball, Foolball, Baslelball.
RALPH ZEITZ TlI'TIIL'll'lUP.S
Wlllianr and Mary Colleqe
Baslcelball Team, Baseball Team, Foolball
Team, Junlor Varsily Foolball.
CORNELIA ETHEL WARDELL Ting CARMELA ZEZZE .ll1'llff'
Bloloqy Club, Miss Lewlss Dlscussion llange Club, Volleyball, Ona Year
C1rrrup,T-all Epsilon PI, Tlrron Year llonor. Honor. ,
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Donald Storey Anthony A. Tisn C. FI. XVnrd0ll Jnmcs A. Y'x77ettl
Ruth Tennenbaum Salvatore W. Violino Carey vl'l-'lls Ralph le1t1
Earle E. Tietz William Wachter Marg'zu'et Wool Carmela lule
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Joseph Zibelli G. A. Zimmermann
JOSEPH ZIBELLI Zib
Ping-Pong Club Chess Team, InTerclass
Baseball, lnTerclass FooTball, Vice-Presi-
denT OT O. R., Three Year Honor, Gregg
GEORGE A. ZIMMERMANN Gilch
Sfevens lnsTiTuTe of Technology
Swimming Team, Ping Pong Club, One
CHARLES CONNOLLY Chuckle-Haiti
MELVIN MOSS Loafer
ADELAIDE A. POEHL Duchess
MacDowal School of Design
WALTER SOUZA Shorty
MINNA TRAFFORD Mickey
Three Year Honor.
WALTON WESTLAKE Walt
ROBERT L. WINES Bob
Band, DepuTy Marshal, One Year Honor.
The lnsiqnificance of Man
O ancienT civilizaTion, now l see
How TuTile is This lusT Tor wealTh and loloodg
I realize whaT puny Things we be
AgainsT The sTrengTh oT Time's eTTacing Tlood.
Once, you were sTeeped in wealTh, and wished To kill.
The place, which Teerned wiTh life, is very sTill
And you are naughT buT dusT Tor all your pains.
The wealTh, The peTTy praise you Then received
Have culminaTed in a ToTal loss:
Your souls were crushed loeneaTh The sTain OT greedy
Your bodies, all decayed, are Turned To moss.
And yeT, poor Tools, we Try To do The sameq
To make greaT noise upon This shallow earTh.
Our acTions oTT should cause us biTTer shame,
BUT, no - we Tollow Them wiTh hollow mirTh.
Beware, beware, O people living now,
Rememloer, LiTe is noT a Thing ThaT lasTs.
STern Time will Torce The proudesT man To bow:
Our TondesT hopes wiTh lighTning speed he blasTs.
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KATHERINE ABBATECOLA Km'
M a ro o n and W In i I e Reoiezenialive,
RENEE ABRAMSON Kiwi'
New Yorlr Universily
I-IifNews Editorial Siail, Green Room
Player, School Interests Committee, Ma-
roon and Vlflniie Reprosonialive, Two
Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, National
JULIAN AKUS Julii'
Dance Club, Ivlaroori and While Ari
Slail, Pinq-Ponq Club, Two Year Honor.
National Honor Sociely.
LOUIS ALBRIGHT Louie'
Band, Orcl'1eSl'ra, Inleinarional Relation
Club, Two Year Honor.
Virginia Allen George Arkontaky Audrey Baldwin Ruth Barsk
John Andersen Charlotte Augustine Audrey Bard Marie Bate.
Helen Anechiarico Louise J. Auticri Madeline Barglnan Cunsucla Batta
SHERMAN ALLAN Bud LOUISE J. AUTIERI 'I'rrurp,
Dance Club, Ping-Pong Club, O. R.
President, One Year Honor.
FRANCES ALLEN l'il'r1l1
College oi New Roclicllu
Girls' Riciinq Club, Arclieiy Club, O. R.
Adviser, Qne Year Honor.
VIRGINIA ALLEN Ginny
Ridinq Club, Dance Club, Alpha Tau
Deira, O. R. Represeniaiivo.
JOHN ANDERSEN flnfli'
Eootbali Squad, Baslceiball Squad, Swim-
ming, Dance Club.
HELEN ANECHIARICO Lvl
Pino-Pong Club, Dance Club, CI'ioruS.
GEORGE ARKONTAKY Ccnl'gr'
CHARLOTTE AUGUSTINE I.'!uu'!u1lc
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Baseball Tearn, Ilalian Club, lvlairion and
While Represenlalivc, lvlarslial Squadf'
AUDREY BALDWIN lflrrlfy
AUDREY BARD Illlflllllj'
Tennis Team, Alpha Tau Delia.
MADELINE BARGMAN Mrulfr'
EI Aieneo, Two Year Honor, Tau Epsilon
RUTH BARSKY Rrrlfi
Bulletin Board Corrirnlllee, Maroon and
White Editorial Board, Co-Editor-im
Chief I-Ii-News, Riding Club, Nalional
MARIE BATES Mini
Wesrbroolc Junior College
CONSUELA BATTAGLIA ffrurrric
Ilalian Club, One Year Honor.
tester R. Berkc
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QL RMA BECKERMAN .yilflllfl
:Juliard Conservalory oi Music
Miss lewis's Discussion Group, Glee
Club, O. R. Adyiser.
DOROTHY BERGER .lillrr
CHESTER ROUSSEAU BERKE Slmrli'
Science Club. Dance Club, Siaqe Crew,
Baskeiball Team. Eirsl and Second Hon-
ors in Baslcelball.
RAYMOND BERNSTEIN Rui'
Dance Club, Pina Ponq Club, lnrerriaiion-
al Relaiions Club, Boys' Arhlelic Com-
miriee. Baseball Squad.
RICHARD BERNSTEIN llirk
Universiiy of Norlh Carolina
Presidenl of Nalional Thespians, Secre-
lary ol: Dramalic Sociely. Chairman ci
School lnieresis Commillee, Maroon and
While Represenlaiive, Hi-News Business
Board, One Year Honor, Non-Alhlelic
ROBERT BIDDULPH Buff
Baslcelball Squad, Ping-llonq Club, Swim-
ming Team. Gym Team.
Joseph B. Birkcn
Robert Biddulph Margaret Ann Bizcl
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ROBERT BILINSKY Hub
Cross Counlry Team, Jayyee Foolball,
lnferclass Foorball, lnferclass Baslceiball,
JOSEPH B. BIRKEN Hliiu'
Dance Club, O. R. Represenlalive.
MARGARET ANN BIZEL Hfzzff
Kainerine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Sans Souci, Pinq-Ponq Club, Miss Lewis's
Discussion Group, Maroon and While
Represeniaiive, Marshal Squad, O. R.
Presidenl, Two Year Honor, Nalional
PRISCILLA BLACK Hcvlu'
Girls' Glee Club, Alhlelic Honor.
ROBERT G. BOGART Huff
Foofball Squad, Fencing Club.
RUTH BONN Rlllfli
JOHN D. BOONE f. H.
New Yorlc Universily
Lalin Club, Co-Edifor Hi-News Eclilorial
Robert G. Bogart,
Paige, O. R. Represenlalive, G. O. Coun-
cil, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Nalional Honor Sociely.
AMY BORCHERS 'lmrw
riaiherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Dance Club, Marshal Squad, Pina-Pong
Club, Alpha Tau Della, One Year Honor.
ALBERT BOROWSKY lf1'nuHi'l1
Uniyersiiy of Missouri
El Aleneo, One Ycar Honor
ALICE BOULTER HIIIIIIT'
Packard Secreiarial School
O. R. Adviser, O. R, Represcnlaliye,
ROBERT F. BROEGE Hill:
Ping-Pong Club, Cross Counlry Team.
WARREN BROEMEL Hrvzn
Presidenl of Debalinq Sociely, Hi-News
Ediiorial Slalfi, lnlcrnalional Relaiions
Club, l-lead Marshal, Dr. Srewarlls Dis-
cussion Group, Traclc Team, Hoclcey
Team. Gym Team. Presidenl ol' June
Senior Class, Tau Epsilon Pi, Naiional
Honor Socieiy, Two Year Honor.
.lohn IL Bonne Alice Boulter
Amy Bnrchers Robert F. Broeze
Albert Borowsky Xvarrcn Brocmcl
Mllflel Edith BTOIH Eleflnfll' Camp Etta Carfann M. M. Cennerazzu Frances Charlet Gloria Clark
William Buhrig William R. Campbell Nancy Carpenter Berney Cesarini John W. Churchill Jean Clough
Wmlfred J. Cammack Anna Cappcllo Reigh Carpenter Carmella Cestone Ruth Clark Marcia A, Coe,
MURIEL EDITH BROUT M4111 WILLIAM R. CAMPBELL Rrmrly BARNEY CESARINI Cys
Vassar Coilege Colgaie Universiiy Two Year Honor.
Assisfani Ediior of Maroon and Whiie, Dance Ciub, EI Aieneo, Two Year Honor. v
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group, Hi-News CARMEI-I-A CESTONE 011171101111
Business Board, Sans Souci, Two Year
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
WILLIAM BUHRIG Bill
Band, Orchesira, Marshai Squad, Three
Year Honor, Tau EpsiIon Pi, Naiional
WINIFRED JEAN CAMMACK Winnie
Vice-Presideni G. O, Councii, Liierary
Ediior, Maroon and Whiie, Capiain
Giris' Tennis Team, Secreiary Miss Lewis's
Discussion Group, O. R. Adyiser, Dance
CIub. O. R. Represeniaiive, Chairman
BuIIe+in Board Comrniiiee, Hi-News Edi-
iorial Siaff, Senior Represeniaiive 'ro
W. Cr. A. A., Maroon and Whiie Rep-
reseniaiive, Three Year Honor, Tau Ep-
siion Ri, Naiionai Honor Socieiy.
ELEANOR CAMP Elwumr
Miss Le-wis's Discussion Group.
ANNA CAPPELLO Mi.s.s Cappi
Our Lady oi Viciory Business Schooi
ETTA CA RFANO E11
NANCY CARPENTER Dllllllllllll?
Band, Miss Lewis's Discussion Group,
Camera Club, Hi-News Ediioriai Siaif,
Maroon and Whiie Represeniaiiye, Giris'
Siuni Ciub, Two Year Honor, Naiionai
REIGH CARPENTER Reggie
Chess Club, lniernaiional Relaiions CIub,
Secreiary Marshai Squad, Boys' Aihieiic
Commifiee, Manager of Equipmeni-Foot
baii, Assisiani Manager of Eduiprneni-
Basebali, One Year Honor, Naiionai
MATILDA M. CENNERAZZO Tillie
Dance Ciub, Service Ciub, Shorihand
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New Yoric Universiiy
Basicefbail, Basebali, Hockey, Iialian
Club, Afhleiic Honor.
FRANCES CHARLET Fran
Osieopaihic Hospifal of Philadelphia
Maroon and Whiie Represeniaiive, Dep-
uiy Marshai, BuIIe'Hn Board Commiiiee,
Riding CIub, Two Year Honor, Naiional
JOHN WESLEY CHURCHILL Hui!
Dramaiic Socieiy, O. R. Represeniaiive.
RUTH CLARK Rufli
GLORIA CLARKE Dolly
New Paliz Normal School
JEAN CLOUGH Rell
O, R. Adviser, Band, Basiceibaii, Basebail,
Marshal Squad, Naiionai Honor Socieiy.
MARCIA A. COCIVERA Mary
Marshai Squad, Chorus.
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JAMES CONKLIN ffm
Punching Bag Club, Cheerleading Squad.
AGATHA MARIA CONTE Nell
Drake Business School
Hockey, Archery, Tennis.
LANGDON J. COLLIER Doc
Co-Capiain of Gym Team, Dance Club,
Marshal Squad, Presidenl of G. O., Na-
'rional Thespian, Three Year Honor, Tau
Epsilon Pi, Nafional Honor Sociely.
CAMILLE H. COSCHIGANO Cosby
Kafherine Gibbs Secrefarial School
Service Club, Baskelball, Baseball, Two
FRANK COSCHIGANO Frnng
Baskefball Squad, Fooiball Squad.
STANLEY CZARK Stan
Foofball Squad, Baseball Team, One
AIMEE DALTON Pele
McDowel School for Design
Riding Club, Volleyball, One Year Honor.
Camille H. Coschigano
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MARIE DATO Marie
ARMOND GENE D'AVANZO Army
Band, Assislanl' Manager Cross Counlry
Team, Orcheslra, Manager Swimming
Team, Chess Club, Inierclass Fooiball,
Punching Bag Club.
MUSSETTA DAWLEY MllSSCffH
Packard Business School
JANET DECARLO Bumpy
Sl. John's Nursing School
Spanish Club, O. R. Represenlaiive. O.
R. Adviser, Two Year Honor, Tau Epsilon
GAETANO DE EEO GUI
Marshal Squad. Aviaiion Club, Dance
Club, Foofball Squad, Three Year Honor.
ROBERT DE SHERBININ Bob
Marshal Squad, Spanish Club, One Year
Aimee Dalton Mussetta Dawley Robert De Sherbinin
Marie Dato Janet: DeCarlo Robert M. Dick
Armand G. D'Avanzo Gaetano De Feo Margaret Dickert
ROBERT M. DICK Bob
Camera Club. EI Aleneo. G. O. Rep-
resenlafive, One Year Honor.
MARGARET DICKERT Dickie
Kafherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
German Club, Marshal Squad, Three
ANITA DLYN Anita
Maroon and While Represenlaiive, Ma-
roon and While Ediiorial Sialf, O. R.
Adviser, O. R. Represenialive, Dance
Club, Infernalional Relaiions Club, Bul-
lelin Board Commillee, Baskelball Team.
CATHLEEN DOOLEY Kay
Archery Club, Riding Club, Alhlelic
Honor in Hockey, Baskeiball and Base-
ball, Honor Hockey Team.
BERNARD J. DOYLE
Marshal Squad, El Aieneo, Two Year
Cathleen Doi lcv
Bernard J Doyle
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Ray Dubrowin Margaret Ellison Ada Farrington Charlotte Ferris Abraham Freedman Simon Galin
Constance Dukoff Norman Engelson Doris Fellows Glenna Jean Francis Barbara Freeman Mary .lo Gart
Warren W. Eason WValter Fairservis, Jr. Arlindo P. Ferreira Benedicta Franklin Marcia Freeman Edward Gesr
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RAY DUBROWIN Ray ADA FARRINGTON Arla ABRAHAM FREEDMAN liappy
Traclc Squad, Tennis Squad, Hi'News Edi-
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Wi396d.usTXNo'Ek5UKoxFF"'b . Connie
WARREN W. EASON Warren
Orchesira, Band, Dance Club. Publiciiy
Commiriee, Narional Honor Sociery, Tau
Epsilon Pi, Three Year Honor.
MARGARET ELLISON Margie
Uniyersiiy of Norih Carolina
School Dance Commiliee, Dance Club
lnsirucror, Baseball, Volleyball, Maroon
and Whiie Represeniaiive, O. R. Secre-
lary, O. R. Represenlalive.
NORMAN ENGELSON Lefly
lniernaiional Relarions Club, Aviaiion
WALTER FAIRSERVIS, JR. Walt
Universiiy oi Chicago
Caprain oi Cross Counlry Team, Traclr
Team, Three Year Honor.
O. R. Represenlalive, Orchesira, Miss
Lewis's Discussion Group, Dance Club,
Red Cross Club.
DORIS FELLOWS Dnric
CHARLOTTE FERRIS Sllerlock
American Academy oi Dramaiic Aris
Dramaiic Sociely, School Inieresis Corn-
miiiee, Two Year Honor.
ARLINDO P. FERREIRA Lindy
O. R. Represeniaiiye, Marshal Squad, O.
R. President One Year Honor.
GLENNA JEAN FRANCIS Frzmir'
O. R. Represeniaiiye, O. R. Adviser,
Vice-Presideni oi Riding Club, Archery
Club, Maroon and Whiie Business Board,
Two Year Honor.
BENEDICTA FRANKLIN Bennie
Maroon and While Ari Commiiiee, Ca
ei La, Two Year Honor.
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Universily oi Virginia
Dance Club, Ping-Pong Club, lnlerclass
Baseball, Fooiball Squad, Tennis Team,
Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
BARBARA FREEMAN Jackie
Universiiy of Missouri
One Year Honor.
MARCIA FREEMAN lM!lI'l'fll
Conneciicui College For Women
Co-Ediloi-in-Chiel: Hi-News, Miss Lewisis
Discussion Group, Maroon and While
Ediiorial Board, Advisory Board oi June
Senior Class, Three Year Honor, Tau Ep-
silon Pi, Non-Aihleiic Honor, Nalional
SIMON GALINSKY .Sink
New Yorlc Universiiy
Fencing Club, lniernaiional Relalions
Club, HifNews Fdilorial Siaii, Two Year
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
MARY JO GARTLAN .ln
O. R. Represenraiive, Dance Club, One
EDWARD GESNER Eff
Fooiball Squad, Baseball Squad, Baslrei-
lisa Gcsualdo '
Ianet Gibson .
lbeth Betty Gip
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ELISA GESUALDC Lee
Service Club, Presidenl Type Club, Ca
el La, Maroon and While Represenra-
JANET GIBSON Gibby
Bullelin Board Cornrnirlee.
ELIZABETH BETTY GIPS Britina
O. R. Presidenl, Naiional Thespian,
Drarnaric Socieiy, Maroon and Whife
Liierary Ediior, Miss Lewis's Discussion
Group. Red Cross Club, Riding Club,
Three Year Honor, Naiional Honor Soe
BLOSSOM GLEITSMANN B10
Dance Club, Chorus, Volleyball, Hoclcey,
MIRIAM GOLDSTIEN Mimfc
Shorihand Club, Red Cross Club, Ping-
Pong Club, Service Club, Three Year
EDWIN GOODLIFFE Duck
Boeing Air School
Jayvee and Varsiiy Fooiball, Traclr
Squad, Aihleiic Honor.
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New Yorlc Uniyersiiy
Presideni of Spanish Club, Three Year
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
JANET GRAINGER Jill!
Merchani' and Banlcers Business School
CONSTANCE M. GRILLO Connie
MARIE GUARINO Marie
Girls' Glee Club, Typewriiing Club.
CONSTANCE GUSTAVSON Connie
Karherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Sans Souci, PinqAPong Club. Marshal
Squad, Bulleiin Board Cornmiiiee, Two
Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi. ,
NATALIE GUTEKUN T'l A G1 N111
Julliard School of sic .
Glee Club, Bi gy Clu , Ping-Pong
Club, Girly' -Billeiin Cowniilee.
Mar .a-'and hi if Ediio' Board,
Thregegear Honrgrau Epsig Pi, Na-
iional Honor Socieiy.
George Gouveia Marie Guarinn
onstance M. Grillo
Ceorgf' DEAN HALL Dean
Camera Club, Fencing Club, O. R. Vice-
Presidenl, One Year Honor.
DOROTHY HAMANN 1701
Maroon and While Represeniarive,
IRENE HARRINGTON Rena
Laiin Club, Dance Club, One Year
ARTHUR HAYMAN f4l'ClII.!'
New Yorlc Universily
Ping-Pong Club, Camera Club, lnlerclass
EDWARD JEROME HEALY E11
Baseball Tearn, Baslcelball Squad, Dance
Club, Marshal Squad, Three Year Honor,
Tau Epsilon Pi, Nalional Honor Socieiy.
CHARLES HERBERT Clmrliv
Eooiball Tearn, Jayvee Foofball, Baseball
Tearn, Dance Cornrniriee, One Year
Dr-an Hall Arthur Hayman
Dorothy Hamann Edward .lclome Healy
Irene Harrington Charles Hubert
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Irma. I-Ierbst John Henry Hirsh Virginia. Holmes Lydia Hovhannissian
Elsie Mae Hess Phyllis F. Hollander Edgar Horn Dorothy Hubbard
Frank Heuslcm Eugene Holley Bernard Horowitz Patsy Impara
IRMA HERBST Bcrps EDGAR HORN ljfllf
School ol Vari-Typography
O. R. Adviser, Dance Club lnsrruclor,
Volleyball, B a s k e l b all, Chorus, Der
Deulsche Verein, Two Year Honor.
ELSIE MAE HESS Elie
FRANK HEUSLEIN Shorty
Universily ol Pennsylvania
Dance Club, Maroon and Whiie Repre-
JOHN HENRY HIRSH John Henry
Universily ol Pennsylvania
Secrelary ol Dance Club, Secrelary ol
Punching Bag Club, I-loclcey, Traclc.
PHYLLIS F. HOLLANDER Phil
Dance Club, Archery Club, Riding Club,
Cheerleader, O. R. Represenialive,
Green Room Player.
EUGENE HOLLEY Cena'
Dance Club. Swimming Team, Maroon
and While Represenlahve, lnierclass Bas-
lceiball, Tau Epsilon Pi, Three Year honor.
VIRGINIA HOLMES Ginger
Marshal Squad, I-li-News Edilorial Slafl,
Service Club, Chorus, O. R, Secrelary.
Manager ol Tennis Team, Swimming
Squad, l-li-News Business Board, School
Publicalions Commiiiee, Dramaric So-
ciely, Green Room Player, Camera Club,
Slage Crew, Dance Club.
BERNARD HOROWITZ Hank
Lowell Texiile lnsiiluie
Manager ol Foolball Team, lnierclass
Foolball, lnierclass Baslcelball, Traclc
Team, Sporrs Edilor of Hi-News, El Aie-
neo, lnlernalional Relarions Group, Chess
LYDIA HOVHANN ssl "' 1,.f.gf.,,r '
shofiband CILIQ Ti
kf3,Ui"l'eam, ilienriisjgeasrln' ree Year
Honor, NaiiQ1ialI'Hdnbr Sociely.
DOROTHY HUBBARD Un!
Kalherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Maroon and Whiie Represenlaiive, Vice-
Presidenl ol Shorlhand Club, Baseball
Team, Volleyball Team, l-loclsey Team,
Baslcelball Team, Chorus.
Ernie Jahnkc Adele
Carol James Ethel
Ralph Johanson Jerome
PATSY IMPARA Pu!
Foolball Squad, Baslcclball Squad, Base-
ERNIE JAHNKE Ernie
CAROL JAM ES Jessie
Cheerleader, Miss Lewis's Discussion
Group, Ca el La, I-li-News Business
Board, O. R. Represeniarive, Alpha Tau
Della, Two Year l-lonor.
RALPH JOHANSON fo
Two Year I-lonor.
ADELE JONES Dizzy
Nurses Training School Mounl Vernon
l-loclsey, Baslcelloall, Baseball.
ETHEL JONES Dual:
Apel Beauly School
JEROME KALIK FCl'lIll1IlIlll
New Yorlc Universily
Foolball Team, Jayvee Foolball, Dance
Club, One Year Honor.
ELLIOTT CHARLES KAPLAN Kap
Universify of Pennsylvania
Swimming Team, Hi-News Business Board,
Camera Club, One Year Honor.
UT KASBI elf I., lr
Pac ' School
Hi-N s Bush s , aroon
Whi senla ' e,
Asfrono CM 3 s ou ' Secrela -
, X n V
Unbbffxelgzof O. R Ufgies n'ra?i
'Board Egom t
am, Presidenl of Sho I u ,Three
Year Honor, Nafiona Honor Sociely,
GLADYS KAUFMAN Cluflfly
Orcheslra, Riding Club, Ping-Rong Club,
Sans Souci, One Year Honor.
ANN KAYSER Ann
Univeisily of Wisconsin
Archery Club, Riding Club, Two .Year
BETTY KERSLAKE Bvls
New Pallz Normal School
Chorus, Ping-Pong Club, Sans Souci, Tau
Epsilon Pi, Two Year Honor.
roll: C. Kaplan Ann Kayser
uth Kasberg Betty Kerslake
adys Kaufman Audrey Ketting
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AUDREY KETTING Babe
Gaines Secrelarial School
O, R. Represenlalive, Dance Club, Sec-
relary of Glee Club.
EDNA KIM Kimmy
Kalherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Marshal Squad, Maroon and While Rep-
rescnfalive, Ping-Rong Club, Sans Souci,
Bullelin Board Commilfee, Three Year
Honor, Nalional Honor Sociely, Tau Ep-
EDWARD KING E41
Cooper Insfilule of Technology
El Aleneo, Hockey Squad, Foolball
Squad, Marshal Squad, Two Year Honor,
MARION KOSSMAN Koss
Nurses Training School of Mounl
Ono Year Honor.
DOROTHY KUHNOW Dolty
Russell Sage College
Marshal Squad, Camera Club, One Year
PAULINE KULEY Paul
Baseball Club, Needlework Club, Dance
Club, Two Year Honor.
HENRY KUNSTREICH Buddy
Lowell Texlile Inslilule
ANNA LAGANA Clzublffns
Shorlhand Club, Dance Club, One Year
VIENNA LALLI Vi
Gym Team. Baseball, Hoclcey, Volleyball,
Baslcefball, One Year Honor.
D-ORIS LAMBDEN Delle
Nurses Training School Mounl Vernon
Ping-Pong Club, Hi-News Edilorial Slaff,
Maroon and While Represenlalive, Girls'
Glee Club, O. R. Vice-President Senior
Baslcelball, Sans Souci, Three Year Honor.
MURIEL LAMBRECHT Rickey
Cooper Union Arl' School
Volleyball, Baslcelball, Hockey, Baseball.
VIRGINIA LASH Ginny
Marshal Squad, Hockey.
MARGARET LEGGAT Puggft?
Ca el La, Dance Club, Chorus.
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Muriel Lambx echn
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Leon Leuice Florence J. Lewis George H. Long Gomingio Luciano Marguerite Lusanne Rhoda MBCLCI
Jerome Levine Bramwell Lieber I William Longhi Geraldine Lundt Frank Lynch Edward Mag
Maurice D. Levine Mary Ann Lombardi Donald A. Loughran Robert Lunstead Marjorie MacDonald Anthony R M
Jayvee Baseball, O. R. Represenlalive,
Ping-Pong Club, Alhlelic Honor.
JEROME LEVINE ferry
Universily ol Missouri
MAURICE D. LEVINE Maurice
Hemphill Diesel Engineering School
Ca el La, Maroon and While Business
Board, Boys' Glee Club, Chorus, Ping-
Pong Club, Hockey Manager, Track Man-
ager, Assislanl Foalball Manager, Alh-
FLORENCE JEANNE LEWIS Wlzilie
Mary Wasliinglon School
Alpha Tau Della, Miss Lewis's Discussion
Group, O. R. Represenlalive, Dance
Club, Presidenl ol Glee Club.
BRAMWELL LIEBER Brummy
Maroon and While Arl Edilor, One
Year Honor, Nalional Honor Sociely.
MARY ANN LOMBARDI Mfll'iHlI
New York Denlal Assislanls Training
llalian Club, Girls' Alhlelic Commillee,
Ping-Pong Club, Baseball, Baskelball,
Volleyball, Alhlelic Honor.
GEORGE H. LONG Yo
Sl. Lawrence Universily
Foolball Squad, O. R. Represenlalive,
Camera Club, O, R. Presidenl, Dance
Club, Three Year Honor.
WILLIAM LONGHI Bill
Jayvee Baskelball, Baskelball Team,
Dance Club, Inlerclass Baseball, Jayvee
Baseball, Inlerclass Foolball, Dance Com-
millee, One Year Honor, Alhlelic Honor.
DONALD A. LOUGHRAN Axel-Grease
Fencing Club, Chess Club, Scoreboard
GOMINGIO LUCIANO Mingy
Inlerclass Baskelball, Inlerclass Baseball,
Alpha Tau Della, Riding Club, Dance
Club, G. O. Council, Two Year Honor,
Nalional Honor Sociely.
ROBERT LUNSTEAD Bob
Cooper Union lnslilule
Dance Club, Track Team.
Volleyball, Riding Club, Ping-Pong Club,
FRANK LYNCH flflurpliy
Baskelball Squad, Baseball Squad, One
Year Honor, Nalional Honor Sociely,
Tau Epsilon Pi.
MARJORIE MACDONALD Margie
Girls' Chorus, Sans Souci, Hi-News Edi-
lorial Slall, Hi-News Business Board,
Girls' Riding Club, Maroon and While
Represenlalive, Bullefin Board Cornmil-
lee, Nalional Honor Sociely.
RHODA MAC LENNAN Mac
EDWARD MAGNER Irish
Jayvee Foolball, Inlerclass Baskelball.
ANTHONY RALPH MARANO Diclrey
Baseball Team, .layyee Baskelball.
JAMES MARRONE Ililllli'
PATRICIA MARSHALL Pu!
Sweel Brier College
hiosidenl oi O. R. Reoresonlarives, In-
slruclor in Dance Club, Alpha Tau Della,
Caplain ol Gym Team, Secrelary and
Vice-Ifresidenl ol O. R.
MARY MARTIN ,llurlv
Vice-Presidenl ol Nalional Thespians,
llresidenl ol Dramalic Sociely, Baskelv
ball Team, Hockev Team, Baseball Team,
Sluni Club, Three Year Honor. Nalional
ROSE MARTINELLI Rn-Ru
lralian Club, Girls' Chorus, Volleyball
Team, Baseball Team, Alhlelic Honor.
WILLIAM MARTINI Hill
Booinq School ol Aeronaulics
Bond, Chess Team.
Marshal Squad, Advorlisinq Mannqcrr
I-Ii-News Business Board, Camera Club,
O. R, Repiezenlalive, One Year Honor,
Nniicnal Honor Socielv.
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GWENDOLYN MAST Czrvn
Universily ol California
Head Girl Marshal, Maroon and While
Represenlalive, Dramalic Sociely, Ad-
visory Beard ol June Senior Class, O. R.
Adviser, Maroon and While Edilorial
Slalf, Two Year Honor, Non-Alhlelic
Honor, Nalional Honor Sociely.
ALBERT MASTRO Sflllllllll'
Foolball Squad, Baseball Squad.
Hi-News lzdilorial Slall, Presidenl ol lhe
Orchesfra and Band, Chorus, Sludenl
Loader Band and Orciieslra.
COLLINS MCCABE Mf'.gl'llIlf'
Villanova Mililary lnslilufe
G. O. Council Member, Dance Club.
BARBARA MCCLELLAN Bnlflriv
Baseball, Baskelball, Hockey, O. R. Rep-
resenlalive, Secrelarv of Chorus, Band,
O. R, Presidenl, Alhlelic Honor.
FREDERICKA McCRAY Frwlily
MILDRED McG-INNESS Zklillie
Bnskelball Team, Baseball Team, Alhlelic
lies Nlzlrrone Ruse Martinelli Gwendolyn Mast Collins McCabe
icia Marshall VVilIialn Martini Albert: Mastro Barbara McClellan
ary Martin Donald Marxin Pensieru Masiropietro Fredericka McCray
I 'Mgt I
Q X 9'
I '49 4' Kamvxl' .4 f
BARBARA McKNIGHT Bobbie
Virginia Slale College
Type Club, Service Club, O. R. Adviser,
VIRGINIA MCMENOMY ilfut
Riding Club, Ping-Pong Club, Volley-
ball, Two Year I-Ionor, Alhlelic I-Ionor.
RICHARD McMILLIN Mac
Universily of Minnesola
Gym Team, Dance Club, Marshal Squad,
Nalional Honor Sociely.
JOHN C. MCNEILL, JR. Muck
Soulh Dakola Weslyan Universily
Presidenl ol Dramalic Sociely, Nalional
Thespians, O. R. Presidenl, Golf Team,
EDGAR MEHRLUST Ed
Cheerleading Squad, Cross Counlrv
Team, Javvee Baskelball Team, Marshal
Squad, Band, Orcheslra, Dance Club,
School Publicalions Commillee, School
Dance Commillee, Hi-News Business
Board, Arhietic Honor.
John C. McNeill J
Irene Mellow Virginia Merrell
Manuel Meltzer Gladys Metz
M. J. Mendelsohn C. D. Meyer, Jr.
IRENE MELLOW Moon
Kaiherine Gibbs Secreiarial School
Dance Club, Junior Hockey Team, Ser-
vice Club, Chorus, Junior Baseball Team,
One Year Honor.
M GERKI. O Muggs
Co ni y
Da e ross Club, Miss
e :sc ssio up, Maroon and
Wlwil Edilorial S all, One Year Honor.
VIRGINIA MERRELL Cilzggy
New York Universily
Der Deulsche Verein, O. R. Represenla-
live, Ping-Pong Club, Asironorny Club.
GLAIDYS Merz Goody
Riding Club, Girls' Glee Club, Camera
Ruth Michelsohn Clarence Moore Katherine Mullen Angela Napolean
Helen Miller Mario A. Morra Paul Murray Rita Natella
Robert F. Moller Rita Mortlock Robert Murray William C. lNels
CHRISTIAN D. MEYER, JR. ,Chris CLARENCE MOORE Clarence
Amhersi College I
Davis Dois and Dashes, Secreiary of lhe MARIO A- MORRA Marlo
Debaling Sociely, Concerl-masier Or- RITA MORTLOCK Ri,-i
cheslra, Vice-Presidenl of Sans Souci, O.
R. Represenlalive, Hi-News Edilorial
Siall, Naiional Honor Socieiy, Tau Ep-
silon Pi, Three Year Honor, Non-Alhlelic
Honor, Second Prize Wesichesier Wo-
n'ien's Club Essay Conlesl, Second Place
Saiurday Night Club Debale.
RUTH MICHELSOHN MlA'c'
Tennis Team, Volleyball.
HELEN MILLER Pemzy
Kalherine Gibbs Secrelarial School
Riding Club, O. R, Adviser, Maroon and
Whiie Represenlaiive, O. R. Presidenl,
One Year Honor.
ROBERT F. MOLLER Rell
Foolball Team, Baseball Team, Hockey
Team, Dance Club, Maroon and While
Represenlalive, O. R. Represenlaiive,
Firsl Place Mills Kicking Coniesi.
Marshal Squad, Camera Club, Aslronomy
Club, Baseball, Two Year Honor.
KATHERINE MULLEN Kay
PAUL MURRAY Siverle
Swimming Team, Foolball Squad, Base-
ball Squad, Dance Club.
ROBERT MURRAY Snow Wfllile
Universiiy ol: Virginia
ANGELA NAPOLEANA Lena
Sherman's Business School
RITA NATELLA Na!
Riding Club, O. R. Represenlalive, Ma-
roon and While Represenlalive, Aihlelic
WILLIAM C. NELSON Nellie
ELEANOR NEWMAN Chick
Savage School for Physical Educalion
Riding Club, Ca el La, Ping-Pong Club,
Marshal Squad, Baslcelball Team, Hoclcey
Team, Two Year Honor, Nalional Honor
ANNE NEWTON Fig
Dramalic Sociely, Nalional Thespian.
WILLIAM NIELSEN Baby Face
Marshal Squad, Band, Science Club, O.
R, Represenlalive, Cheerleader, Drama-
lic Socieiy, Two Year Honor.
RICHARD P. NIESZ D
I Chess Team, Dance Club, Ping Pong
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YETTA OKUN Azldi
Biological Club, lnfernalional Relalions
Club, Two Year Honor.
EUGENE MILTON OLSEN Culmzvl
Merchanl Marine Naval Academy
Cross Counlry Team, Manager of Swim-
ming Team, Dance Club.
PAULINE PALMIERI 11111111.1163
FLORENCE PARENZINO Flossic
JENNIE M. PATANE Small Fry
Shorlhand Club, llalian Club, One Year
BARBARA LOUISE PHILLIPS Bobs
Casllelon Normal School
Hi-News Editorial Slall, O. R. Secreiary,
Tau Epsilon Pi, Two Year Honor.
HENRY PINCKNEY Bubbles
Service Club, El Aleneo, Punching Bag
Club, Jayvee Foolball, lnlerclass Baskel-
RUTH PLATE Rufus
Archery Club, Red Cross Club, Baseball,
Baslcelball, Hoclcey, Marshal Squad, Tau
Epsilon Pi, Baseball, Baslcelball, Hoclcey
Honors, Two Year Honor, Nalional
, Club, RUTH PLOSS Rusty
I , Traphagen Arl School
' ALBERTO NUSSO Al Di:TxlcErsIT51TEoESS?uThern California PML Bullelln Board Commlllee'
y Dance Club, Chess Club, Chorus, Swim- Dance Club' Gym Team'
I VUIHQ Team. ERASMO R. POMPONIO Ray
HARRY E. PETERSON Pete Franklin Inslilule
i HELEN O'BEIRNE lIf'IlIPif? Gym Team, lnlernalional Relalions Club, Avialion Club, lnferclass Baslcelball, In-
1 O. R. Represenlalive, Slum? Club. Marshal Squad. lerclass Baseball.
lleanor Newman Richard P. Niesz Yetta Okun Florence Parenzino Harry E. Peterson Ruth Plate
- . .ton Alberto Nlissu Eugene Milton Olsen Jennie M. Patane Barbara L. Phillips Ruth Ploss
William Nielsen Helen 0'Belrne Pauline Palmieri Dave Petersen Henry Pinckney Erasmn R. Pomponio
Geialll Popper Martha Rafcl Evelyn Reichert Jean Rider
Rae Plcntiss Mary A. Ramundo Louise Reichgotv Jacqueline Riegel
Arthur Pnce Maury Raupaport Bernard Relkin Mary Riehl
GERALD POPPER Jerry MAURY RAPPAPORT Nappy
Ul1lV9l'Slly ol: Missouri New Ygrlq Univergiiy
Swimming Team. Jayvee Fooiloall. Clness Club, Science Club, One Year
Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi.
RAE PRENTISS Riu'
Ping-Pong Club, Dance Club, Alpina Tau
Della, G. O. Council, Maroon and
Vfliiie Represenlalive, Cheerleader, Vice-
Presidenl ol Senior Class, Dr. Sfewarrs
Discussion Group, Nalional Honor So-
ARTHUR PRICE Arliv
Camera Club, Assisianl Foolball Man-
ager, One Year Honor.
MARTHA RAFEL Illurly
Service Club, Dance Club.
MARY A. RAMUNDO Mary
Sliermarfs Business School
Sliorlliand Club, 'One Year Honor.
EVELYN RElCl"lERT EPP
Needlecrail Club, Dance Club.
LOUISE REICHGOTT Ltlllise
Gouclwer College '
Hi-News Edilorial Slaif, O. R. Repre-
senlalive, Miss Lewis's Discussion Group,
O. R. Adviser, Two Year Honor, Tau Ep-
silon Pi, Naiional Honor Socieiy.
BERNARD RELKlN Bernie
Universily ol Wisconsin
Cliess Club, Lalin Club, Ping-Pong Club,
Two Year Honor.
JEAN RIDER Jeanie
Dance Club, Tennis Team.
Jack Riixgenbueh Del plline Rosenb
Alfred Rogers Lucille J. Rothsm
Alberta Romano 'Et l Ruffalu
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JACQUELINE RIEGEL 1111116
O. R. Adviser, O. R. Presidenl, Bullelin
Board Cornrnillee, Sans Souci, Lalin
Club, Maroon and Wliile Represenlalive,
Two Year l-lonor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Nalion-
al Honor Sociely, Non-Aihlelic Honor.
MARY RIEHL SIIUIIOIL'
JACK RIGGENBACH Riggy
ALFRED ROGERS AI
O. R. Represenlalive, Dance Club, Cross
ALBERTA ROMANO M1111 Mau
DELPHINE ROSENBER al 'l
Ca el , a licwywlw
T . Q
adm 'Ing nvJf""j,:ll-Q
LUCILLE J. ROTHSCHILD LIIIFYIIBIZE
ETHEL RUFFALO Iftlzffl
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group.
EVA RUFFALO mlilanz
Baseball Team, Service Club.
ELSIE C. RUTH l'ilmf11efu,1.
NORMAN SALSTROM .Sully
WILLIAM F. SCHAFFNER, Jr. Bill
Finq-Pong Club, Camera Club, Avialion
MARTIN SCHEINER Muff
Massachusells Inslilule ol Technoloqy
Malnemafics Team, lnlercholaslic Def
balinq Squad, Presidenl ol Science Club,
Two Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Na-
tional Honor Sociefy.
BARBARA SCHEINER Hulzlu'
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group.
Q SHIRLEY SCHILLINGER Sunny
a Ruffalo W. F. Schaffnur, Jr.
J C. Ruth Barbara Schviner
an Salstrom Martin Schuincr
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ROBERT SCHLEICHER Bah
Foofball Team, Track Team.
JOHN SCHULTZ Uulrla
Toolball Squad, Presidenl ol O. R., Or-
cheslra, O. R. Repvesenlalive, Marshal
MORTON SCHUTZMAN Sfllllfl
Chess Club, Ca el La, One Year Honor.
ROSE SCLAFANI Rn
Shermanls Business School
Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Service
BRUCE HARVEY SCOBEL
Foorball Squad, Tennis Team, Baslfelball
Squad, Hocley Squad, Hi-News Fdilorial
Bruce H. Scohn-l
JOHN SERVO Allfllllflil'
Dramatic Sociely, Marshal Squad Chess
Team, Maroon and While Arm Slalf,
Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Na-
iional Honor Sociely.
ETHEL SHAK'lN ' .sim-4
Cornell Univevsily .
Baslcerball Tearn,'Maroon and Wlliie
Repfesen-lang, ThrseeJfL1 J
SY vijjii amor'-ff' ' , l'ul.y
lla uc Sdyiefyk Ridinq-yah! Slunl
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HELEN SIEGAL 3 flwlwlz
SHIRLEY SILVER Hfwflii'
ETHEL MARY SMALLWOOD llfnlplvs
Nursels Training School Mounl Vernon
Baskellnall Team, Hoclcey.
Syls ia Shapiro
Ethel M. Smallwood
Marian Smith Theodore Solomon Lillian Sposato Robert Steele Peggy Stoops Evelyl1 Tallbe
Sheryl O. Smith Robert Spicklcr Margery Ann Squire Maurice Stevenson Ned Subihzky Ann TaYl0l
Adele Solomon Meta. Spitzmixller William P. Stadig Daphne Stones Adelaide Sundermanu Joseph Th0mf
MARIAN SMITH Smitty MARGERY ANN SOUIRE Midge NED SUBITZKY Tivo-Hits
College of New Rochelle
Dance Club, O. R. Represeniaiive, Al-
pha Tau Delia, Miss Lewis's Discussion
Group, Riding Club, Tau Epsilon Pi,
Three Year Honor, Naiional Honor So-
SHERYL O. SMITH Sheryl
ADELE SOLOMON Adele
Sans Souci, Biology Club, Junior Red
Cross Club, Two Year Honor.
THEODORE SOLOMON Teil
Laiin Club, Chess Club, Tennis Team,
Two Year Honor.
ROBERT SPICKLER Bal:
META SPITZMULLER. , J' Mem
Junior Red Cross., Club, Needlecrali
Club, Marshal Squad, Maroon and Whiie
Represenialive, 'One Yeair'Honor.
LILLIAN SPOSATO Lilly
WILLIAM P. STADIG Bill
Massachuseiis lnsiiiuie of Technology
Swimming Team, EI Aieneo, Science
Club, Marshal Squad.
Hi-News Ediiorial Siail, G. O. Council
Secreiary, School Publicaiions Commii-
lee, O. R. Adviser, Laiin Club, O. R.
Presideni, Naiional Honor Socieiy, Tau
Epsilon Pi, Two Year Honor.
ROBERT STEELE Boll
Hi-News Ediiorial Siali, Marshal Squad,
Maihernaiics Team, Eooiball Squad, Ping-
Pong Club, Three Year Honor, Tau Ep+
silon Pi, Naiional Honor Socieiy.
MAURICE STEVENSON Bud
Universiiy of Alabama
Dance Club, Gym Team, Punching Bag
Club, Baseball Team, Manager of Cross
Couniry Team, Alhlelic Honor.
DAPHNE STONES Daffy
Naiional Honor Socieiy.
PEGGY STOOPS Peg
Maroon and Whiie Represeniaiive, Rid-
ing Club, Dance Club.
Universiiy oi 'Wichiia
Fooiball Squad, lnierclass Baseball, ln-
ierclass Baslceiball, Cross Couniry Team,
Baseball Squad, Marshal Squad, Avia-
ADELAIDE SUNDERMANN Tofly
Kaiherine Gibbs Secreiarial School.
Secreiary and Presidenl' of Glee Club,
Secreiary of Alpha Tau Delia, O. R.
Adviser, Dance Club.
EVELYN TAUBE E11
Michigan School oi Nursing
Maroon and Whiie Type Ediior, Ca ei
La, Maroon and Whiie Represeniaiive,
Riding Club, Type Club, Girls Chorus,
ANN TAYLOR Ann
Marshal Squad, O. R. Adviser, Miss
Lewis's Discussion Group, O. R. Presi-
deni, Secreiary ol Archery Club, Two
JOSEPH THOME .lov
CARL CHARLES TORRISI Terry
inierclass Foolball, Camera Club, llalian
Club, Dance Club.
MARCIA VAN KIRK Marr-fri
Head Girl Marshal, Secreiary-Treasurer
of June Senior Class, G. O. Council, Sec-
reiary of Mixed Chorus, Miss Lewis's
Discussion Group, Laiin Club, Naiional
Honor Socieiy, Two Year Honor, Tau
LORRAINE VENNOCK Dzlwlry
Service Club, Dance Club, Type Club,
Baslcelball, Nalional Honor Sociery.
AMELIO VITTARINO Vi!!
Ciry College oi New Yorl
lnierclass Baskerball, Baseball. Foolball,
Jayvee Baslceiball, Cross-Counliy Team,
HELEN WAGNER C1l1lA'il'
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BETTY WAKEFIELD Pfilfvyi'
Miss Lewis's Discussion Group, One Year
ROBERT WALKER Bob
Ll. S. Coasl Guard Academy
0. R. President Presideni of Dance Club,
Varsiiy Baslseiball, One Year Honor.
DOUGLAS C. WEISS Doug
J. EVERETT WILLIAMSON Er
New Yorlc Universiiy
Band, Orchesira, lnrerclass Foorball. O.
R. President Two Year Honor.
URSULA J. WINDELS lfimly
Karherine Gibbs Secreiarial School
O. R. Represenialive, Riding Club, Ma-
roon and While Represenlaiive, Secre-
lary oi O. R.
ANENTTE WISHMAN .flligcl
New Yorlc Universiiy
One Year Honor.
ELVA WOODLEY Elm
IRVING WOOLF lflnlfic
SELMA WORKMAN Sunny
Girls' Bullelin Board Comrniriee. Pino-
Ponq Club, Riding Club, Needle-Craii
Club, Three Year Honor.
BETTY WYMAN Belly
Naiional Parlc College
Red Cross Club, Presideni of O. R.,
Vice-Presidenl' of O. R., O. R. Repre-
Senlalive, O. R. Adviser, Green Room
Players, Hi-News Business Board.
VIVIAN YOUNG Vliflllll
Hi-News Edilorial Slafli, Biology Club,
Girls' Buileiin Board Commillee, Mar-
shal Squad, O. R, Adviser, Nalional
Honor Socieiy, Tau Epsilon Pi, Two Year
HAROLD T. ZEISHNER is A Wliifvy
ELAINE M.g2EKOV sf..
Universiry fmt Pen flvania
O.i,'Q Adviser, ce Club, Baslreibail
xmeiam, Hoclryy Team, Baseliall Team, O.
R. Represienialivef Siunl' Club, Assis+an+
Manager of Tennis Team, Service Club,
rcia, Van Kirk
Fooiball Squad, Traclc Team, Gym Team.
Douglas C. Weiss
J. Everett VVilliams0n
Ursula J. Windels
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,Ne'EEllvecrafJ Club, Arhleiic Honor. V
?.of"E'iS' H '
1, - ' . l PM Y I 2 '
fre:-. V1 i
Irving Woolf Vivian Young '
Selma Workman Harold T. Zeishner
Betty Wyman Elaine M. Znkov
Myer Zendel Christine G. Zibelli Madelon Zimmerman Doris Zinovoy
MYER ZENDEL Mike OLE BLACK x Ole W,
Columbia UniversiTy New York UniversiTy gf'
Fencing Club, Biology Club, IVlaTherT1a- Jayvee Baseball, mer
Tics Club, EdiTorial Page EdiTor oT Hi- - 9 QM
News, Sans Souci, Chess Team, DepuTy RICHARD AP LI V s?AfACap
Marshal, Three Year Honor, NaTional New York y V'
Honor SocieTy. OrchesTra, ra C 0 eTy.iJ.
CHRISTINE G. ZIBELLI Teeny RITA CARROLL Rim
UniversiTy oT Pennsylvania
Maroon and WhiTe RepresenTaTive, Cap- 'NEZ GRENCI Bufch
Tain oT Baseball Team, CapTain oT Vol- Orchesirray Qne Year Honor
leyball Team, BaskeTball, Hockey Teams,
Dance Club, O. R. SecreTary, FirsT and JQHN JQNES Jnmy
Second AThleTic Honor.
MADELON ZIMMERMAN Mickey
Cedar CresT College
OrehesTra, Dance Club, Chorus.
DORIS ZINOVOY Dol
FooTball Squad, Track Team, Baske-Tball
SALVADORE LABRUZZO Sal
Dance Club, Ca eT La, FooTball Squad.
JEROME B. MARSH Jerry
Ping-Pong Club, Dance Club.
High up on Olympus
SiT The sisTers Three,
CloTho, Lachesis, ATropos,
Weaving, weaving, weaving,
Careless, skillTul, hands,
Weaving, weaving, weaving,
FaTe beTween The sTrands.
Warp and wooT aTTesT iT,
Prove Their proven skill,
We are sTuTTed and painTed -
Fashioned To Their will.
War and woeTul Tamine,
Love and laughrer, liTe.
BirTh wiTh CloTho's spinning -
DeaTh aT ATropos' kniTe.
PresidenTs and papers,
CourTs and beTTing odds,
TenemenTs and humans
Are playThings OT The Gods.
High up on a mounTain
SiT The solemn Three:
SiT The solemn sisTers
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GERARD MURTHA ferry
Hockey Tearn, Dance Club, Gym Team.
JOHN MORIARTY Bulldog
UniversiTy oT Alabama
Jayvee FooTball, FooTball Team, AThleTic
ESTHER MAE PORTER Curly Tops
CLARENCE RYDER Clarence
Track Squad, Baseball Squad.
JAMES VAUGHAN Pete
WESLEY LONG Wes
Missouri STaTe UniversiTy
WALTON WESTLAKE Pegleg
Swimming Team, Chess Club.
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for Davis Besf girl aihleie V Frienclliesi' boy for Davis
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This year marked The second anniversary of Senior Day, inauguraTed by The class
Senior Day is one oT The TinesT examples OTA selT'governmenT ThaT The school has
had in many years. lTs main obiecT is To give The graduaTing seniors The opporTuniTy To
Try Their hand aT The acTual leadership oT a body OT sTudenTs and also To probe inTo The
adminisTraTive side of our school.
Those oT The seniors who TaughT on ThaT day, came To realize ThaT cooperaTion and
uniTy are essenTial Tor a harmonious relaTionship beTween The TaculTy and The sTudenT
AnoTher in The inTiniTe series oT revelaTions noTed by The sTudenT Teachers, was The
never-beTore-realized TacT ThaT The adminisTraTive side oT Davis is much more complex
Than iT appears. AccuraTe planning, a Thorough knowledge oT psychology and oT all else
ThaT aids so maTerially in The smooTh TuncTioning oT The machine ThaT is school govern-
menT was comprehended by Those who beTore had had only a superficial idea oT The
workings OT such an organizaTion.
May Senior Day enioy a conTinued success and become an inTegral parT oT The
WHAT SENIORS SAY
. . . swell idea . . . gives senior auThenTic cross-secTion
of Teaching proTession . . . Teachers and sTudenTs
gave Tull cooperaTion . . . l Tound Teaching a liTTle
Tougher Than iT appears.
Carey Wells lDr. STewarTi
. . . gave me opporTuniTy To learn The duTies oT prin-
cipal . . . found Them To consisT oT more Than walking
around The halls and visiTing classes . . . l received
splendid cooperaTion . . . gives senior a' chance To
be on his own . . . showed a marked irnprovemenT
over lasT year's7 srill plenTy oT room Tor more. Gerlfude L5CeY
. . . l Tound Teachers know more Than sTudenTs Think
Florence llV1r5- P0l"l'eri . . . Teachers cerTainly are good sporTs.
. . . wonderTul success . . . sTudenTs cooperaTed as
well as could be hoped Tor . . . gave seniors chance
To show They could accepT responsibiliTy . . . should
deTiniTely be conTinued.
. . . showed headaches oT' Teaching proTession . . .
good idea if sophrnore and iunior days were inTro-
duced . . . gives seniors chance To show how much
David Slavin lMrs. Sumnerj leadership rhey pgggegs.
. . . good way To show pupils how school is run, and
Those enTering Tield of educaTion opporTuniTy To see
whaT iT's all abouT .... Mrs. Surnner's duTies more
Than The average sTudenT Thinks . . . l was burdened
wiTh work ThroughouT The day.
, . . proved high school seniors could accepT The
responsibiliTy oT conducTing classes . . . excellenT idea.
. . . makes seniors Teel irnporTanT, which is a good
Thing . . . Teachers should be commended Tor relin-
quising Their iurisdicTion To seniors . . . sTep Toward
a more democraTic school,
George Grove lMiss Lewis,
. . . very good experience Tor everyone concerned
. . . boTh TaculTy and sTudenTs seemed To be geTTing
more enioymenT ouT oT Their work . . . dean's posi-
Tion one requiring greaT TacT and diplomacy . .
wasn'T easy, even Tor only one day.
Giulio D'Angio lMr. Addisl
. . . one oT The high-spoTs in Davis calendar, should
be conTinued as a Davis TradiTion . . , adviser's work
mosT complex: plans schedule oi enTire school . . ,
cooperaTion good . . . had one program To change
. . . one was enough!
. . . if you ask me, every day should be a Senior
Day . . . one TaculTy day each year . . . Teaches The
senior To respecT his Teacher . . . oT course iT should
. . . sTudenTs showed remarkable cooperaTion . . .
gives senior lesson in responsibiliTy, and undergrad-
uaTe lesson in cooperaTion.
. . . shows senior how powerless a Teacher is wiThouT
cooperaTion oT sTudenTs . . . demonsTraTes ThaT The
easiesf way To learn a Thing is To Teach iT, . . gives
experience in conTrolling and keeping The aTTenTion oT
Alfred Fiering T
. . . prornoTes beTTer undersTanding beTween sTudenT
and Teacher . . . will go Tar To make The school a
beTTer place To work in.
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Mosr popular boy .... ........................
Mosr popular girl .............
Girl who has done mosl Io
l'1as clone mosl' for Davis .
Boy mos+ likely Io succeed . ..
Girl mosr likely Io succeed . ..
Mos'r aI"rracIive boy . . . . .
Mosl' afrraclrive girl . ..
Besl boy speaker ....
Besr girl speaker . ..
Frienclliesl boy ....
Friendliesl girl . . .
WiHies'r boy ....
Mosl' courleous boy
Ivloslr courfeous girl ....
Besl boy aIl'1le're ....
Besl' girl a'I'IwleIe .. .
Favorile subiecl . ..
Eavorile paslime .......
r Davis .
.. . CAREY WELLS
...... CONNIE LINDE
. WILLIAM LICCIONE
...... CONNIE LINDE
. WILLIAM LICCIONE
.... ROBERT WALKER
. LANGDON COLLIER
....... RAE PRENTISS
...... CAREY WELLS
. MARCIA VAN KIRK
.... ROBERT MOLLER
Favorile radio program
Eavorile newspaper . . .,
Moonbeams on Ilie wall
Of my room.
A caplured bil' of a lovely nigI1+
Slip away like quicksilve
"NEW YORK TIMES"
To you l beguealh my senior year -- so lilled wilh precious memories, wilh happy
carelree hours, and some sad ones loo, lo make lhe brighler ones worlhwhile, ln
days lo come I'II scan you wilh a lear and a smile and luck you away lrom any coming
poslerily who mighl nol undersland whal you mean lo me, Many limes whal you hold
belween your lines, dear dairy, will mean more lhan whal is aclually wrillen lhere . , .
l leave lhal up lo you.
sep+. is, me
Back lo school againl My, il's wonderlul lo see everybody aller such a long
vacalion. They all look so happy and he-allhy wilh lheir sun-lans and shiny noses . . .
l see lhal Mrs. Porler llhe lormer cuslodian ol lhe lamous "pink slips"l has become
Dr. Slewarl's secrelary, and now lhe one lo "leer" is Mrs, Sumner . . . Two new
leachers, so l hear - Dominic Genlilesco and l-lerberl Sunderman, lo lry lheir bil
ol maslery over I368 sludenls . . . Say, l noliced somelhing really unlamiliar loday
- all lhe lamous Davis clocks have been cleaned, polished, and checked llhal is,
all bul Miss Cheney's lamous "l'horloge"ll . . . Received a Davis l-lifhlews as l walked
inlo school lhis morning. lmagine, lhe lirsl day ol school! Mel Seeger and David
Slavin, co-edilors, and lheir slall, came up lo work a week early so lhal we could
Sepl. l5, i938
Goodness, l never realized belore whal a hard iob Miss Brown, Miss Lewis, and
lhe marshals had al lhe beginning ol each lerm lrying lo lil everyone inlo suilable
sludy periodsl lBul now l know, having Miss Brown lor sludy, lirsl period in lhe
morningl. l really lhink il would be easier lor lhem il everybody lusl plain cull Bul
seriously, lhe marshals cerlainly deserve a rising vole ol lhanks, especially Warren
Broemel and Marcia Van Kirkl . . . l saw lhe l938 senior class gill loda lor lhe
lirsl lime - cabinels in lhe enlry near room lO9 llhe small audilorium, lhe green
room, or whalever you wanl lo call ill. Here, all lhe cups and lrophies won by lhe
school are housed and are lo be illurninaled all lhe lime. ll seems lo me lhal il
places a greal responsibilily on lhe school 4 in lhe world ol sporls F lo "bring
home" all lhe honors il canl
SepT. 27, I938
Say, being a home room adviser is quiTe nice. WenT To The dinner Tor The new
girls and Teachers lasT SaTurday nighT. Norma Beckerman and Florence Childs did
a grand iob in planning The dinner. We had a swell Time singing aT The dinner Table
laccompanied by Florence Allen - who by The way really can playl and aTTending
an imprompTu enTerTainmenT aTTerwards in The audiTorium. I-lad a good dinner
lTor only 35c Tool and wenT home quiTe saTisTiedI
SepT. 28, I938
WenT To The TirsT assembly This year To see PresidenT William Liccione inaugu-
raTed inTo oTTice. Bill urges cooperaTion oT everyone To make This a Truly TruiTTul
year lespecially in TooTballl. Saw sound movies on "SaTe Driving" and "MaTerials"
. . . Davis is really going places - Today I heard David Slavin and Melvin Seeger
broadcasT on "The I-ligh School ReporTer" program on WMCAI
SepT. 30, I938
Whewl MoTher naTure iusT won'T leT upl IT's been raining and blowing sTeadily
Tor The pasT Ten days and all we've seen are Tallen Trees and hopelessly "sTraighT"
hair. DespiTe The weaTher, Tennis Tans Tinished Their Tall TournamenT7 resulT, Two new
champions - Phil Shapiro and WiniTred Cammacls.
OcT. 7, I938
WenT To The I-lome Room Rep meeTing Today where PaT Marshall was elecTed
The TirsT girl presidenT oT The organizaTion. CongraTulaTionsI lNow, whaT have I
always said abouT The eTTiciency oT The Teminine side oT liTe?l Norman Maddan,
John Boone and Josephine Emerson were elecTed To represenT The I-Iome Room
Reps in The Council.
OcT. I2, l938
We had Three guesTs in assembly This morning: Mr. Nardozzi oT The Board oT
EducaTion who spoke To us abouT Columbus: Mr. I-I. Keeler, abouT The CommuniTy
ChesT: and Mr. Chequer, who Told us abouT Marian Anderson, who is making her
second appearance in MounT Vernon. lMy, I hope I can hear her singll . . . . Pass-
ing Through The halls I noTiced so many brighTly colored display windows, ThaT I
simply had To sTop leven Though I mighT be laTe To classl. IT chanced ThaT I chose
a TascinaTing Mexican collecTion belonging To Miss Riddle, who recenTly made a
Trip Through ThaT counTry. IIT also chanced ThaT I was embarrassingly laTe' To her
OCT. 22, I938
WenT To Connie l.inde's TirsT sporT dance SaTurday nighT. I-lad loads oT Tun!
IT was a greaT success and as an experimenT iT cerTainly seT a precedenT Tor TuTure
dances! lAnd boys - ThaT's only TiTTy cenTs a couple and a dollar sTag.l
OcT. 3l, I938
Abiel Brown Davis passed away lasT SaTurday. AlThough I never lcnew him
well, I TelT as Though I did. I was deeply moved This morning as Taps resounded
so clearly Through The hollow school corridors, The Tlag was lowered, and a mes-
sage was read. I couldn'T help Teeling ThaT we had losT a Truly greaT man.
Nov. I, I938
AlThough I didn'T go ouT Tor much exTemporaneous spealcing myselT, I have
cerTainIy been saTuraTed wiTh The arT Tor The pasT Two weelcs while sophomores,
iuniors, and seniors alilce vied Tor The CIemenT M. Biddle Award. I cerTainly didn'T
envy Them when' They Taced' such a criTical Davis audience in The Tinals. The winners
cerTainly deserved The Ten dollar prizel Margery Mendelschn and Phil Shapiro won as
seniors: Jean Baer and Leonard Eagin, as iuniorsg Monna Troub and Richard Shapiro,
as sophomores. ll guess The Shapiros have a Tlare Tor speaking. Imagine TwenTy dollars
in one Tamily in Two weeksll . . . WenT To an inTeresTing assembly Today - "Ex-
ploring The Magic World oT Color" by HerberT T. STrong. Found ouT how TascinaT-
ing The Vio'eT Ray is and saw changes beTore my very eyes oT The color in rocks and
in The cosTumes worn by some OT The "preTTier" DaviseTTes.
Nov. 9, l938 ,
WenT To a very novel assembly This morningl Miss Cleveland has inTroduced a
new riTual Tor The presenTaTion oT NaTionaI Honor SocieTy Emblems To sTudenTs. The
program cerTainly inspired me. Dr. Holmes, in addressing The whole school, leTT an
indelible impression upon The sTudenTs. ThirTy-Tive seniors added Their names To The
new regisTer, To become life-long members oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy.
Nov. I7, I938
"Friends, Romans, CounTrymen --" Today I heard ThaT RiTa Cuzzi and William
Liccione were chosen To speak aT commencement CongraTulaTionsl Gee, I wish
Them luck. lBuT, iusT Think l8OO people in The Woods AudiToriuml Why, They
won'T be scared aT all!?l
Nov. I9, l938
I am now in bed wiTh "wheezIes and sneezles". And all because oT a O-O game
wiTh New Rochelle. My nose is as red as The clay was weT, and l'm sure I don'T
know why I didn'T leave before "BuTch" Moller kicked OTT. I Tried To huddle under
The umbrella, buT I iusT goT near enough so ThaT The rain slid down my neck. Each
Time Pinder would skid on The mud To make a TirsT down Tor The Purple, I'd sneeze
and miss iT. Hurrying disconsolaTely home, I heard somebody shouTing in my ear
ThaT we'd won a "Moral VicTory", so I celebraTed by iumping inTo bed. Hammond,
AnTon and The oThers musT have lkerchool played lkerchooll a Tine game, buT I
lkerchoolll couldn'T appreciaTe iT lkerchoollll.
Dec. 2, I938
School as usual.
January senior elecTion reTurns came ing Carey Wells, presidenT: Joyce Givson,
vice-presidenTq George Grove, secreTary-Treasurer: Florence Childs, David Slavin,
Giulio D'Angio, advisers.
Dec. 9, l938.
AT lasT I really enjoyed a day in school - no classes, you see. I was in gym
all morning and The G. O. ConvenTion in The audiTorium all aTTernoon. WhaT candi-
daTes! They're so good-looking, I TorgoT all abouT The French book I broughT along.
There's Warren Broemel, ChrisTian Myer, Warren Eason, Langdon Collier and John
Morse Tor presidenT. As Tor The vice-presidenTial candidaTes - well, whaT chance has
a poor girl like me goT againsT Winnie Cammack, Marian SmiTh, or Marcia Van Kirk.
lT's unfair To unorganized beauTy. '
OT course, I'Il voTe Tor The candidaTes who give me The mosT bloTTers and noTe
Dec. I0, l938
"The LaTe ChrisTopher Bean" was a success, a really, really big success. Bea
Kaplan had us laughing one minuTe and crying The nexT, and Margy MacDonald and
Jack McNeil did The love inTeresT wiTh wonderfully innocenT expressions. I was
ushering in my new, slinky, black evening gown, buT The play was so good nobody
even noTiced me. I guess There musT have been more Than 900 people There. I heard
some oT Them say iT was The besT Thing The DramaTic SocieTy ever produced, and ThaT
Mrs. MacDonald musT have been proud To direcT such a good casT.
Dec. 23, I938
Senior Dayl Gee, I Tried To geT senT down To Dr. STewarT, lalias Carey Wellsl,
buT The seniors who were Teaching my classes iusT wouldn'T Take The hinT. On The
way down To Talk To Mrs. Sumner lDavid Slavinl, I noTiced a crowd around Mr. Child's
lJoyce Gibson'sl oTTice. BuT Miss Lewis lGeorge Grovel had her office door shuT
and said she was in conTerence wiTh some OT The girls.
Feb. 7, I939 '
Why shouldn'T I be cross? Don'T Try To argue me ouT OT iT. I-lere I am wiTh
RegenT's Week over . . . and anoTher Term OT school ahead. STudenT regisTraTion
jumped Trom I363 To I554, so my classes are all over-crowded. Seems To me I goT
The sTricTesT Teachers in school, and my whole program is mixed up. BUT Try and
TighT your way inTo Mr. Addis' oTTice.
Only cheerTul noTe is ThaT Langdon Collier and Winifred Cammack goT The presi-
denT and vice-presidenTship. June senior oTTicers oughT To be announced soon.
Feb. I0, I939
June senior oTTicers are Warren Broemel, presidenTg Rae PrenTiss, vice-presi-
denT7 Marcia Van Kirk, se-creTary-Treasurer, John Servo, Marcia Freeman, Gwendolyn
I've been Thinking a loT abouT ThaT assembly we had The oTher day. Salom
Rizk who calls himselT a "Syrian Yankee" spoke To us abouT The hardships he knew
as a young boy. I-Ie said ThaT we Americans really don'T appreciaTe democracy
as we oughT. I guess we all TeIT a IiTTle guilTy as The shoT sTruck home.
Feb. I7, I939
I wenT To The opera Today. Yes, I said The opera. AloouT 90 oT us wenT Trom
school To hear "Lohengrin" sung aT The MeTropoliTan Opera I-louse by Irene Jess-
ner. We leTT aT noon, and had a police escorT inTo New York. The audience was
so resTless I couIdn'T hear The music, buT sTruck up an exciTing Triendship wiTh Caruso's
April I9, I939
I have been To a dinner aT school. IT was held by The lnTernaTionaI RelaTions
Club, and represenTaTives Trom eleven WesTchesTer school aTTended. ATTer dinner
Dr. Holmes Talked on "ResponsibiIiTy and CooperaTion in World UniTy."
May I, I939.
I've iusT been Thinking abouT graduaTion. WhaT kind oT ciTizens will we all be?
'WhaT kind oT lives will we lead? Days are quickening Their Tempo. FasTer and TasTer
They pour Through my hands. WhaT have I done wiTh Them? WhaT will I do?
Tomorrow is silenT: The pasT lies weeping: Today - is liTe.
The Literary Editors.
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Honour is purchas'd by the deeds we do: ,E
'F "1 X honour is not won,
Until some honourable deed be done.
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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE GENERAL
Vice-Presidenl . ..
Board of Direclors
.... Langdon J. Collier
...,. Marcia VanKirI4
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
SPONSOR: Miss Marion Cleveland
Mary Frances Marlin
Marcia Van Kirlc
TAU EPSILCN Pl
Marcia Van Kirk
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HOUSE OF HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
Sponsor: Mrs. Bailey
David Slavin E CO-Ecmors I
Melvin Seeger 5
Marcia Freeman C
Giulio D'Angio 5
Bernard l-lorowilz 1
Philip Shapiro l E
Rulh Barslry iiii
Alberl Schellenberg 1
Marjorie MacDonald E in in
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l Rulh Barslcy
i Marcia Freeman
l Myer Zendel
C Richard Coller
Renee Abramson, Morlon Agins, Jane Barslcy, Arnold Benson, l-lerman Engel, Miriam Frullrin, Anila
Gold, Virginia l-lolmes, Bernard l-lorowilz, Annelle Jackson, Auguslin Kilcullen, Palricia Knapp, Dorolhy Laux,
Gregory Rose, Belly Sachs, Lucille Schulberg, Richard Shapiro, Roberl Sleele, Monna Troup, Fruma Winei,
Joseph Winer, John Vicario, Jean Baer, Anne Bloom, Warren Broemel, Nancy Carpenler, Winilred Cammaclc,
Simon Galinslcy, Doris Lambden, Chrislian Meyer, Alice Gswald, Irma Pines, Mallhew Rosenscheim, Waller
Slone, Vivian Young.
Sponsor: Miss Chase
gimlsj lghiiif .,,. ,.... . Business Manager .. Shirley Shalell
Qsligvd lizggvin .. . Aclverlising Manager .., Daniel Ross
Belly Reiner . ....,.... ,,..... ....., , C irclalion Manager .,... , ............., ...,.. B elly Reiner
Lesler Boges, Roy Del Monle, Marlin Dorll, Alice Diilz, Geraldine Goldenberg, Nalalie Goldenslein,
l-lelen Gollesman, Lia Gumperl, Gloria Israel, Joan Jacobs, Corine Rosenlcranz, Shirley Rubin, Renee Wolle,
David Zuch, Cerl Berlcowilz, l-lenry Berlcowilz, Muriel Broul, Joseph Ferrara, Rulh Kallinger, Seymour Massin,
Paula McGee, Heinz Sauer, Sanlord Schpiro, Joseph Slier.
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MAROON AND WHITE STAFF
SDOUSOFSZ Miss von Kokerirz and Mr. Dodds
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Muriel Bmw Courlney Groescliel
Winifred Sammi S + Eder ............ SPM Shapiro
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Rum Barsky "" Jack McCanney
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Nalalies Gulelqunslr l-lerberl Luclqower Jolin Servo
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Marcia Freeman Roloerl lvloclqler Alberr Sclwellenberg
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SFDOIWSOVSZ Mrs, Kroner and Mr. Sunderman
MAROON AND WHITE JUNIOR STAFF
SFDOFISOVZ lvliss von Kolrerilz
The Junior STall oT The Annual is composed ol Those members who are non senior
They olo n'iosT oT The "spade-worlc", leavinq The ediTorial worlc To The seniors. They are con
scienTious and willing workers who do a Tair share OT The work involved in puTTing lorTh Thi
publicalion. By Their sincere eTTorTs They have earned The appreCiaTion OT The senior sTaTl
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The boys are sittin at her
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None goes his way alone.
All that we send into the lives of others
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NSOR: Mr, Carl Liclrl
Two of Davis' mosl imporlanl inslilulions are The band and lhe
orcheslra. Half of lhe feslrivilry al lhe Toolball game is provided by
The band. Even oulside aulrhorilies recognize excellence, lor The
band performed al lhe World's Fair lhis May. The orcheslra, loo,
is an inlegral parl of The school, This year, in coniunclion wilh lhe
chorus, il presenled ils lwenly-eighlh annual concerl. ll also gives
concerls Tor 'rhe Teachers of Mounl Vernon. These lwo organizalions
allernale in supplying lhe musical accompanimenl lor The weekly as-
sembly and each puls on assembly programs of ils own. Their elforls
are conlribufed lo numerous civic aclivilies which add up To an im-
posing sum: P. T. A. recilals, lhe annual safely parade, school re
views, and hisloric programs.
SPONSOR: Miss Florence Brown
SPONSOR: Miss Grace Lewis
"The marshals are your Triends, noT police," said one oT The heads
and This is True oT boTh squads. The boy's organizaTion Tries To regu-
laTe The TraTTic in The halls and The lunchrooms and aTTempTs To geT
The pupils To Their classes puncTually. They have charge oT The losT
and Tound deparTmenT, a greaT success This year, which, Through ifs
aucTion oT unclaimed arTicles, has made The squad selT-supporTing.
The boys paTrol The baseball, TooTball, and basl4eTball games. The
girls, Too, worlc unceasingiy Tor Davis. Among Their oTher acTiviTies,
They keep The lunch rooms livable during The Two lunch periods and
The halls guieT during The eighTh period.
Unsung and comparalively unknown is lhe Service Club lo which
Davis owes ifs mimeographed allendance and nolice sheelrs. lls
members enler service as juniors and as seniors, lhose who have de-
voled The mosl lirne in service lo Their school are awarded nonfalhf
To mosl Davisiles Alpha Tau Della are Greek lelrlrers many preily
girls wrile on lheir record cards. However, lhis is one case where
beauly isn'+ iusl skin deep, For These girls Truly serve school and
comrnunily. They make real holidays for olhersq The girls gave a
a Thanksgiving baskel. One of lheir dulies is selling candy al alhlelic
evenfs, Through cake sales lhey have swelled lhe Sfudenl College
ALPHA TAU DELTA
"Parlezfvous francais?" Il you do speal4 French lhen Ca el La
or Sans Souci is lhe place lor you. Ca el' La is Jrhe junior French
Club for novices and admission lo Sans Souci is gained. aller lhe
pupil has passed lhe Two year regenls wilh a marlc ol 85 per cenl' or
over. The high spols for Jrhese clubs are an annual exchange of plays
wilh lhe Pelham French Club. Bolh organizalions slrive lo imbue
Jrheir members wilh a real feeling for Jrhe French land and ils Jrongue.
French newspapers, magazines and boolcs aid malerially in revealing
lhe Jrrue France lo lhe members, and in making Jrhem be++er acquainl-
ed wilh lhe cusloms and life of Jrhe Frenchman. However, amuse-
rnenlr holds a large parl in lheir meelrings. Games, plays, reading,
slides, are some of lhe diversions.
CA ET LA
SPONSOR: Miss Alice Edwards
SPONSOR Mss Florence Leighfon
El ATeneo, The Spanish Club TO you Americanos, and Der
DeuTsc:he Verein, The German Club, are Two OrganizaTiOns which give
Their members pracTice in Their languages as living Tongues raTher
Than sOmeThing COnTined To books. EI fXTeneO presenTs plays in
Spanish, OT course, and plays games, The mOsT exc:iTing being a
Spanish PrOTessOr Quizz Program, AT The meeTings OT Der DeuTsche
Verein, all business is cOnduCTed in German. IT, TOO, presenTs plays.
Among Their OTher acTiviTies, The members Tell sTOries, play games
and read magazines. All who join eiTher OT These clubs nOT only
derive greaT pleasure and eniOymenT TrOm The acTiviTies enumeraTed,
buT also are aided maTerially in The sTudy OT The language, and come
To undersTand The habiTs OT The German and The Spaniard.
To hear llalian as il is really spolcen, The llalian Club Traveled en
masse lo an llalian molion piclure in New Yorlq. ln Iheir quesl Tor
a real maslery of The Tongue, The sludenlrs presenl plays, engage in
games, and read Iralian lileralure a+ Their regular club meelings.
Trayelogs ol llraly were shown al one session. '
The Lalin Club journeyed Io Ihe lvlelropolilan lvluseum of Ari
and sludied The special exhiloils Irom Crele Io The Tall of Pompeii.
Thoroughly cognizanl wilh Ihe classics, The members ol Ihis organiza-
Iion learned numerous mollos in The original Lalin. Al Iheir meelings
Ihey play games. Three represenlralive members were senl Io Ihe
annual Lalin Sighl Reading Conlesl al New Yorlc Universily.
Inspired by Caplain Leo Feigin, Ihe counIy's besl high school
chessman who has been delealed only once in Iwo years, Ihe chess
Team earned second place in Ihe W. I.A. A. conlesl, Porr Chesler
being lhe sole leam lo emerge viclorious from a boul. Lasl season
Davis look lop honors. Olher slellars on Ihe Ieam are Joseph Zibelli,
Jerry Vriens, Jaclf Irwin, and Ivlaury Rappaporl.
The Avialion Club was really flying high when il made a pilgrim-
age lo a near-by air porl This spring. Some ol Ihe members loolq
Ilighls over Ivlanhallan and Ihe surrounding counlry. Generally, Ihe
club's meelings are devoled lo sludenl papers on Ihe aspecls of
avialion. This year, lheir scheduled airplane Conlesl did nol lalce
The InTernaTional RelaTions Club aided in Torming plans Tor a
series oT All-CounTy Panels on world evenTs. Members oT The club
aTTended and parTicipaTed in panels all over WesTchesTer and were
even hosTs To a group meeTing aT The high school. Several panels
have also been held in The club iTselT.
To develop clear Thinxinq and To Turn debaTers inTo good spealc-
ers are merely Two OT The aims OT The DebaTinq SocieTy. The socieTy
has held debaTes wiTh sTudenTs in oTher high schools and wiTh The
Treshmen oT Columbia and New Yorlc UniversiTies. Annually They
speak beTore The SaTurday NighT Club which awards a prize Tor The
besT speech, won by Sidney STone This year.
SPONSOR Mss Lucy All n
RED CROSS CLUB
The Gregg ShorThand Club believes in mixing business wiTh
pleasure. One of Their Two monThly meeTings is devoTed To shorT-
hand pracTiCe in dieTaTion. AT The'oTher meeTing games are played,
and, To make iT a real parTy, reTreshmenTs are served. lT always was
said a secreTary wouldn'T sTarvel
The Junior Red Cross Club sees ThaT no one else sTarves. AT
ChrisTmas They gave a ChrisTmas baslceT conTaining Tood, giTTs, and
CloThing To a war veTeran's Tamily. During The resT ol The year They
collecT boTTles Tor The Grasslands HospiTal dispensary and boolcs Tor
less TorTunaTe schools and people. The Club conducTed The annual
Red Cross Roll Call aT which The school conTribuTed lunds.
SPONSOR: Miss Marion Bardene
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One oT The mosT popular oT The clubs in school is The Ping-Pong
Club. This organizaTion has Two divisions, one Tor girls, and one Tor
boys. The members learn The arT oT Table Tennis and Those "in The
know" have opporTuniTies Tor some speedy games.
LimiTed in membership To TvvenTy boys, The Punching Bag Club
lceeps The selecT in The healThiesT of sTaTes. lTs adherenTs declare
Through The club They learn speed and skill in The use oT Their TisTs,
Train Their eye, develop lung power and, in general emerge more pro-
Tic:ienT in The manly arT oT selT deTense.
Fulure Einsleins and Pasleurs congregale in Science and Biologif
cal Clubs. AI Ihe regular meelings ol lhe Iirsl, dillerenl pupils give
Ieclures and demonslralions on chemislry or physics. This club is a
member of Ihe American Inslirulion which offers very inlereshng
Iaboralory courses. Two Davisiles achieved Ihese courses, Roberl
Gold and Roberl Auguslin. The members of Ihe Biological Club
idenlify all specimens broughl in Io lheir meelings and are aided by
Ihe school microscopes. AI an open meeling, Ihey had an oulside
speaker, a former Davis sludenl now a docfor, who spolcc on vilamins
in regard 'ro healfh.
OuTsTanding among The school acTiviTies, The DramaTic SocieTy
has really earned iTs Tame. The Two big producTions This year, "The
LaTe ChrisTopher Bean" and "You Can'T Talce lT WiTh You", were
Twin successes oT The Tirsir magniTude, boTh arTisTically and Tinancially.
The socieTy enTered a counTy high school dramaTics convenTion This
spring. They also perTormed one-acT plays Tor The assemblies here
and in The iunior high schools. Admission To This organizaTion is
gained aTTer a successTul Three minuTe TryouT, consisTing oT a skiT,
monologue, or oTher perlrormance.
The chorus is a large group oT mixed voices noTed Tor Their ex-
cellenT and unusual eTTecTs. They presenT assemblies annually wiTh The
orchesTra. lT has always been mosT popular, especially among The
Tair sex, Tor iT aTTords an opporTuniTy To demonsTraTe all or any vocal
TalenTs. This May, Their TwenTy-eighTh concerT was held.
SPONSOR: Mr. Emil Nielsen
PONSOR: Miss Florence Blackburn
SPONSOR: Mr. Arfhur Ferry
"Look al The horsielu
The girls ol The Riding Club nol only look bul conquer on Their
weekly rides al lnlulchinson Riding Academy. There are classes lor
lhe novices as well as The more advanced egueslrians. Exlra-special
evenls on The club's program are an annual moonlighl ride and an-
nual breaklasl ride.
"Look al The birdie!
The Camera Cub musl have needed a cage ol birdies when lhey
pholographed aboul 340 incoming sludenls lor permanenl record
cards. The club is also working on an alphabelic pholo Tile lor The
ollice. The members have an equipped dark room, so lhey can
develop lheir own piclures. They conducl an annual conlesl lor Ihe
members and save money wilh which prizes an awarded.
SPONSOR: Miss Grace Lewis
Much of lhe bewildermcnl and loneliness suffered by girls new lo
lhe high school is allevialed by lhe Home Room Advisers, a com-
paralively young bul very worlhwhile organizalion. These girls, There
is one lor every homeroom, lake lhe newcomers under lheir wing and
acquainl lhem wilh lhe ways ol Davis. Al lhe beginning ol The lerm,
lhe advisers hold a dinner lor Jrhem and all Jrhrough Jrhe lerm ac+ as
The Discussion Group is a lhoughl-provoking inslilulion. The girls
hear many oulside speakers, women lrom all walks of life. When
lhere are noir speakers, lhe members conducl lheir own discussions
on Topics vilal lo Jrhe girl ol loday.
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Color here predorninaTes:
BrighT blue shuTTers, snow-whiTe gaTes:
Emerald lawns and diamond pools,
Golden wickers, creamy sToolsg
Fragile Teacups, TainTly pink:
Rainbow Tragrances To drink.
STill, ouT back, and besT OT all,
ln The spark'ling days oT Tall,
WhiTe-winged sailboaTs slip away
To The Treedom oT The bay.
STealing ouT To ioin The blue,
Finding in The sunseT's hue
Once again in skies serene,
Pink and gold and emerald green.
Mary Frances Martin
Shorn Trom some huge gray caT,
Of some sTrange consTellaTion,
ln some unknown sky:
Leaden-hued Tur, as eThereal as gossamer, Tumbles slowly down To earTh ....
Land and sea is neaTly covered by TluTTy, exacT heaps.
Coaxed by wind and sun, iT lazily sTirs ...... suddenly
ScaTTers inTo whispy Tlocks - scrambles hasTily back
To The sTars, whence iT came.
AgainsT The moTTled sky
The mounTain sTandsg
lTs wooded lands,
And Through The scaTTered clouds
The sun's lasT rays
In halo Torm descend
Beyond my gaze. . .
A hawk resTs in iTs fIigh+
Then glides To earTh
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real ones. the right ones, the straight ones and true.
puklza peerless sportsmen-their numbers are but few:
men who keep on playing though the sun be in eclipse,
men who go on losing with a laugh upon their lips.
Mere words cannoT do iusTice To The Tine man ThaT was Leroy Mills. We do noT
aTTempT To porTray him as one who shaped desTiny, buT raTher as a simple, good, decenT
American who had in his hearT a greaT Tond ness Tor boys and The games ThaT They play.
Yes, The name OT Leroy Mills will probably be soon TorgoTTen by The mass OT common people,
buT in The schools and colleges OT This counTry and among men in The sporTing world, iT will
live on, a TesTimonial To sporTsmanship and characTer in sporT.
Besides being a greaT man in sporT, Leroy Mills was a successful lawyer in MounT
Vernon and a loyal and TaiThTul alumnus of Davis. l-le was never Too busy To come baclc in
The capaciTy oT coach or speaker, and The con TesT in connecTion wiTh The Leroy Mills Kiclcing
Trophy was always one OT The mosT popular evenTs OT The year Tor The boys oT Davis.
l-le placed emphasis on The roll in lciclcing, and he himselT was one oT The TinesT lciclcers
in The enTire counTry. l-le was conTinually called upon by colleges To help TuTor rising young
sTars, which he did willingly, never accepTing anyThing Tor his services. l-le was a greaT be-
liever in The so called, "CoTTin-corner kick", so named because iT pracTically buried The
opposing eleven deep in iTs own TerriTory. To him, lciclcing was a science, and he could
perform miracles oT science wiTh The pigslcing he was accepTed everywhere as The ToremosT
auThoriTy on lciclcing.
And so To Leroy Mills, a Truly Tine ma n, we, The sTudenTs of The school he loved, pay
him humble TribuTe.
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TOP: Coach Coffin, Coach Doyle, Goodliffe, M01-iarity, Moller, Wachter, Bovio, Kalik, Coach Nordone, Coach Oswald. MIDDLE: Lillis, Anto
Wells, Capmain Hammond, Casucci, Moore, Herbert, Fitzsimmonis, Russo. Srzhliecher. BOTTOM: Wickena, Warshauer, Senno, Junrnielo, Czark
ski, Miu-hell, Imnzwa, Hoffman, Avalone.
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Maroon Foofhall Squad Enjoys Average Seasoni
New Rochelle l"lelcl To Tie As White Plains Wins
CapTain Wilfred Hammond
The TooTball Team This year showed iTselT To be a Tine one in
every respecT. AlThough iTs record was noT excepTional, crediT should
be given To Coach CoTTin and The enTire squad: Tor, considering
The maTerial presenT aT The beginning oT The year, The Team did
ATTer a slow sTarT, The Maroon and WhiTe piclced up speed and
ToughT Their way back inTo The W. l. A. A. race. Things were moving
smooThly unTil an irriTaTed WhiTe Plains Tiger, laTer To loe shown as
one oT The sTrongesT Teams in The counTry, Thoroughly clawed The
Maroon and puT an end To all TiTle hopes. This was one oT The rnosT
imporTanT games oT The season, as boTh elevens were undeTeaTecl
aT The Time. Davis had several grand scoring chances in The TirsT
period and carried The TighT To VVhiTe Plains Tor mosT OT The TirsT
halT. The Plainsmen Turned on The heaT in The second halT and ran
up a score oT 26-O.
ln The closing game OT The year a moral vicTory was gained
when our arch rivals Trom New Rochelle were held To a scoreless
Tie. The game was played amidsT mud, rain, and windy and The
specTaTors Tool: as much oT a beaTing as The players.
Basicetballers End With Low W. i. A. A. Ranlclng
Come Cut Fourth After Annexing City Crown
Beiore going inTo any discussion oT The i938-39 baslceTball Team,
iT should be sTaTed ThaT bare Tigures, while They do noT lie, do noT
do iusTice To Coach Oswald's charges. The Team was aT Times
decidedly beTTer Than a TourTh place ouTTiT, Their ulTimaTe sTanding.
However, Their compleTe poTenTialiTies came To lighT only Two or
Three Times. Twice, They scored brillianT Triumphs over a Rooseveli
Team Thais was helpless aqainsT The brand oT baslceTball displayed
by The Maroon on These vicTory sprees. A sTronq Third place GorTon
ouTTiT was also seT back in one me-eTing.
AgainsT our rivals, WhiTe Plains and New Rochelle, The boys did
noT play The Type oT ball ThaT They were Tully capable oT and conse-
quenTly They absorbed Tour beaTinqs ThaT mighT easily have been
However, Davis reTained The mylhical ciTy championship by
Trouncinq Edison in The one rneeTinq beTween The Two schools.
Ca pfain Tullio Luisi
TOP: Lynvh, Se-nno, Carucci, Ma1'Tin, Berke. MIDDLE: M:1nage1'Jenks, Miller, GE'SYlEl', Healy, Chianose, Tlvudler, Fonrh O II BOT'l
Yhllker, Longrhi, Conover, Impara, Captain Luisi.
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CasseTtu, Impara, Van Orden, Lynch, Czarkowski. BOTTOM: Avalone, Gesner, Healy, Captain Conover, Marana.
Baseball Nine Loolcs To Successful Campaigni
Veteran infield and Seasoned Pitchers Return
CapTain William Conover
Judging Trorn The wealTh oT TalenT ThaT responded To Coach
CoTTin's call Tor baseball pracTice, Davis had subsTanTial hopes oT a
banner year and a Team To inspire Tear in The hearTs oi rival aggrega-
There was an abundance oT veTeran maTerial back Trom a grand
I938 squad To Torrn The nucleus oT This year's Team. ln TacT, The
enTire inTield OT The previous campaign was on hand, along wiTh
several seasoned piTchers who were second only To The greaT Ralph
ZeiTz oT lasT year. Two capable caTchers also were ready To hold
The smoking oTferings oT CasseTa, Van Orden, and Appel.
UndoubTedly The greaTesT single loss Trorn The previous year was
piTcher Ralph ZeiTz, one OT The ouTsTanding moundsmen in The hisTory
oT The school.
AlThough This boolc wenT To press before any deTiniTe sTaTisTics
could be consulTed, Trom pasT records iT seemed saTe To say ThaT
The sTandouT perTorrners This year would probably be lviarano,
Moller, and Conover in The infield and CasseTa and Van Orden on
The mound. "Red" Moller is noTed Tor his hard hiTTing and generally
good compeTiTive spiriT. Conover is anoTher whose slugging gives
rival hurlers anxious, and Tragic, momenTs.
Cross Country Team Has Very Successful Yeari
New Rochelle and Tigers Bow, Fairservis Stars
This year, The cross counTry Team enioyed one of The besT seasons
in iTs hisTory. Led by CapTain WalTer Pairservis, The Team besfed
boTh of our arch rivals, New Rochelle and WhiTe Plains. Paced by
a few experienced runners, The squad came along quickly, so Their
collapse in The final meeT of The season, The W. I. A. A. champion-
ship, has never been explained. CapTain Fairservis finished second
in ThaT meeT and ViTTarino ran beauTifully To Talce fifTh posiTion buT
The resT of The squad did noT live up To Their season record.
Warren Lewin, a sophomore and running for The firsT Time This
season, was a mosT valuable man and should be one of The Top men
in The counTy This coming Tall.
The Team sTarTed off Their season wifh Three specfacular wins
over New Rochelle, WhiTe Plains, and The powerful lvlamaroneclc
squad. Then came The inexplicable defeaT aT The hands of a GorTon
Team and, sTill more queer, Trailing WhiTe Plains in The same meeT.
However, The Team was one of The besT in recenT years and
should be congraTulaTed on iTs fine record.
Ca pfain Walfer Fairservis
TOP: Crane, Fairservis, Lewin, Vittarino, Zimmerman, Coach Oswald. BOTTOM: Addinaro, Subitsky, Bilinski, Pomerance.
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Fencing Team Does Well Despite lnexperiencei
D'Angino Stands Gut As Foilsman and As Coach
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The Davis Tencing Team, composed oT CapTain Giulio D'Angio,
l?oberT Bremer, George Kain, and John Reynolds, gained much
needed experience as The season progressed, and showed Their
worTh in The Tinal maTches oT The season.
When The Team was Called ouT in SepTember, CapTain D'Angio
Tound ThaT graduaTion had Torn his enTire Team aparT. The year
beTore, Davis was one oT The sTrongesT Teams in The enTire sTaTe and
The men ThaT composed iT are now on college squads.
By dinT OT hard pracTice, in spiTe oT inexperience, The Toilsmen
prepared Themselves so well as To give an exhibiTion in AThleTiC
Assembly ThaT won The admiraTion oT The enTire sTudenT body.
AlThough D'Angio leaves Davis This year, There will be a good
group oT veTerans To uphold The Tine repuTaTion seT by This and
previous Davis Tencing Teams.
Balanced Tennis Squad Plays Well ln Matchesf
Veterans and Recruits Guarantee Good Season
The tennis team with a good balance ot seasoned veterans and
ambitious new talent taced the spring campaign with confidence
and hopetul expectations.
The holclovers were Captain Phil Shapiro, Johnny Morse, Ted
Solomon, and Ed Smith, all experienced players trom the preceding
season. Shapiro and Morse stepped into their old singles positions
while the latter two are more adept at doubles.
Dick Shapiro, winner ot the tall tourney, clinched one ot the
three singles positions, while the other recruits supplied the needed
sparlc to set a top-notch team in action.
The main task this year was to tind two reliable doubles com-
binations capable ot playing sure steady tennis. A spectacular game
is not required, but good torcing shots that can be relied upon are
vital. The boys must be able to get along with each other on or
ott the court.
Besides the regular W. l. A. A. schedule which started May 2,
matches with other schools were boolced by Manager l-larvey Scobel
and Faculty Adviser Robert Dodds.
Captain Philip Shapiro
TOP: Scobel, Mr. Dodds, Captain P. Shapiro. BOTTOM: R. Shapiro, Schwaxtzman, Morse.
TOP: Captain Chizmese, Mellei-t, Schoen, Bonvini. BOTTOM: Mr. Collins, Mozian, McNeil, Henthorn, Royer, Zuzzolo.
Untried Golf Squad Starts Season Confidentlyf
Captain R. Chianese ls Only Experienced Player
Ca pTain Richard Chia nese
The golf Team, one of The leasT publicized of all Davis aThleTic
squads, was anofher big quesTion mark This spring. LasT year The
Team did noT do very well, buT This year's members were eager for
revenge on rival counfy divoT-diggers.
The squad was ripped open by graduaTion, so only a few veferans
were on hand. Chief among These seasoned campaigners was Dick
Chianese, probably The besT golfer on The squad. However, There
was a large number of boys ouT for golf This year and iT was hoped
ThaT some good maTerial be obTained from The recruiTs. These
boys had noT yeT proven Their worTh in regular maTches when we
wenT To press and iT remained To be seen wheTher They would keep
cool and relaxed in crucial momenTs.
ivlafches were played on nearby courses and The schedule in-
cluded The regular W. l. A. A. mafches in addifion To several
maTches wiTh ciTy schools.
Mr. Collins, as in pasT years, sponsored The Team.
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Swimmers Rally To Conclude Successful Season
Relay Team Gains Crown As l'luguenots Triumph
Wilh a scarcily ol velerans, lhe scrappy Davis swimming leam
splashed lheir way lo a very successful season. ll was a pleasure lo
see lhese boys in aclion, lor lhey didn'l seem lo lcnow whal guilling
meanl and louqhl up lo lhe lasl evenl.
The one lorighl spol was The relay leam which won in bolh cases
and gave indicalion lhal laler in lhe year il' would be a polenl
laclor in lhe W. l. A. A. championships.
New Rochelle ran away wilh lhe counly meel, wilh lhe Maroon
second and Pelham lhird. The relay leam, lhe backbone ol The
squad lor lhe enlire season, won lhe l6O yard evenl lo become
lhe only Davis championship group in lhe alhlelic piclure. A special
lribule should be paid lo Koop, Froalz, Sladig, and Kaplan, mem-
bers ol lhe winning guarlel.
The oulslanding perlorrners were Elliol Kaplan, Bill Sladig, and
Johnny Koop in lhe Tree slyle evenls and Dexler Roberls in lhe dive.
Our opponenls usually counled heavily in The breasl slrolce evenls,
as Davis lacked experienced men in This parlicular slrolce.
': Koop, Holley. Ilurr, Roln-i'1.s, Stadigr. MIDDLE: Gootjes, Parks, Hoffm:m,Ka1l I l C hi ff' BOTIONI I1 'X
Miller, Gold, Russo. Roeeusvhvin, Lsiughron, liz-nvon, Mclflurn-, Mr. Chill L VN l li ll l C gl 1 1
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T01 Co captain Broemel, Petersen, Scoagland, Weinberg, Addinaro, Tourin, Co-captain Collier, Russo, Quinvy, Coach Coffin. BOTTOM: Wit
Tankel, Marone, Zimmerman, MacMillen, Tripodi.
Gym Team Exhibition Again Captivates Assemblyi
Captains W. Broemei And L. Collier Qutstanciing
The gym Team, one oT The newesT aThleTic organizaTions oT Davis,
had a Typically successTul year. While They engaged in no conTesTs
wiTh oTher schools, They were one oT The mosT popular Teams in The
school and counTy.
Led by Co-CapTains Warren Broemel and Langdon Collier, The
boys were called upon To perTorm in The iunior high schools oi
MounT Vernon, as well as beTore The Davis sTudenT body and various
mens' clubs oT This ciTy.
lvlosT oT Their worlc was done on The parallel bars, Though oTher
Types oT apparaTus were also used.
On The bars, The Team sTressed basic movemenTs wiTh everyone
parTicipaTing in The work. Then each boy perTormed his own par-
Ticular branch OT The exercise. ln This way a varied and enTerTaining
program was always in sTore Tor The audience.
Coach CoTTin should be congraTulaTed, along wiTh The Team, Tor
his splendid worlc and Tor opening a new branch oT aThleTic work
Tor The boys of Davis.
Cheerleaders inaugurate New Big-Apple Cheer
Group Considered One Ct Best ln Westchester
Without the cheerleaders, games would be colorless attairs ine
deed. No howling stands, no crisp yells breaking out on the autumn
air as the Maroon gains another score: in short, none ot the spirit
and tire that has marked Davis teams and students whether they
be victor or vanquished.
This season's cheerleading squad, under the able sponsorship ot
Mr. Childs and captained by William Nielsen, was one ot the best
in years. Their enthusiasm and pep never waned, even in the darkest
ot moments. They uncovered a new cheer, radically ditterent trom
the old type, that took the county by storm. Yes, the "Big Apple"
cheer certainly brought down the house-we mean the stadium.
The Davis squad was one ot the largest and best looking in the
entire county. Their special sweaters had a large megaphone on the
tront and although our teams sometimes came out second best, our
cheerleaders never encountered that tate.
And so to the cheerleaders trom the school goes a sincere, great
big "Thank you."
TOP: Mr. Childs, Captain Nielsen, Conklin, Eason, Mehrlust, Fox. BOTTOM: Hollander, James, Fisk, Prentiss, D y
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canon, McClure, Mr. Childs, Cass, VVced, Bodrlic-ker, Captain Tictz.
Scoreboard Squad Provides Piay-By-Piay Newsf
Members Deserve Appreciation OF Student Body
Ca pTain Earl TieTz
Une OT The mosT hardworking and yeT iiTTie known aThieTic uniTs
in Davis is The scoreboard squad. AiThough They were given none
OT The piaudiTs accorded To The ToOTbali Team, They periormed Their
diTTicuiT iob in Tine Tashion. IT is no easy Task To Tiash inTOrmaTiOn
upon a large board wiThin a Tew seconds OT a piay so, iT The boys
did make a misTake now and Then, iT is easy To Torgive.
The working OT The scoreboard is quiTe a complicaTed maTTer
invoiving The enTire group OT boys. i:irsT OT aii a man is sTaTiOned
on The Tield, Toliowing The iine OT play. i-ie signals The inTormaTiOn
up TO The board wiTh his arms, much in The manner OT a semaphore
signaier. This signal is received by a boy in The TronT OT The board
who passes The inTOrmaTiOn To The member worker on The back"OT
The scoreboard. All This has To be cOmpieTed a Tew seconds aTTer
The acTuai play.
Eari TeiTz was The capTain OT The squad and Mr. Chiids The
Little Known Boys Perform Valuable Service,
Unsung Heroes OF Sporting World Merit Praise
Though they get no cheers trom packed stands, though they are
never in the team pictures, though the entire student body is heartily
unaware ot their presence, the many water-boys, bat-boys and tield-
markers pertorm a service in the athletic tield that is well nigh
indispensable. They expect no credit or recognition tor the work
they do and speaking trankly, they get none. Their attitude is one
ot tierce devotion to the teams and to the school itself, and they
are proud and willing to serve it in even this small manner. Only
the men in the athletic world ot Davis can tell you ot the necessity
ot their duties. Personal glory is not their aim: they are merely
content to bask in the retlected glory ot the team and take heart
in knowing that their small bit contributed to success.
Surely, the true and best spirit ot Davis is in the hearts ot these
Bat-Boy Anthony Manga no
TOP: Minor, Carpenter, Kelly, D'Avanzo, Shader. BOTTOM: Trinodi, Johnson. Sharpe, Witt.
SUMMARY OF BOYS' SPORTS
lT is quiTe apparenT ThaT Davis Tinished The year wiTh no beTTer Than an average
record. This is Truly unTorTunaTe since almosT every Team This year seemed blessed wiTh
Tine maTerial, and in every case The hopes OT seeing a coveTed W. l. A. A. championship
adorn The l-lillTop ran high. lT seems ThaT The TaTes willed oTherwise, Tor a series OT iniuries
and unexplained leT-downs on The parT oT key men ruined The chances OT every Team.
The Team ThaT had The besT record Tor The year, considering iTs experience, was
cross-counTry, which losT only one meeT during The enTire year. UnTorTunaTely, ThaT one
was The all-imporTanT' W. l. A. A. Championship lvleeT. lTs loss s+iIl remains a mysTeryg
Tor cerTain runners who, in previous meeTs had Tinished Tar up in TronT, ran poorly and
were never conTenders. CapTain Fairservice, however, ran a beauTiTul race To Tinish in
FooTball also made iTs appearance aT This Time, and again Maroon hopes ran high
Tor an undeTeaTed eleven. For a Time iT seemed as iT This dream mighT come True when
Al l:iTzsimmons broke OTT his own leTT Tackle and, behind excellenT blocking, dashed sevenTy
yards Tor The Touchdown ThaT beaT a rugged PorT ChesTer Team. This was The high waTer-
mark oT The season: Tor a week laTer, a powerTul WhiTe Plains Tiger clawed iTs way To a
26-O win dashing Davis' hopes. The season closed soon aTTer, when New Rochelle was
held To a scoreless Tie on a Tield so weT and muddy, ThaT accuraTe TooTball was impos-
As soon as The gridiron warriors had washed away The mud, mosT oT Them reporTed
for baskerball which now shared The Davis spoTlighT, along wiTh swimming and Tencing.
lT was hoped ThaT The Team would be in The counTy spoTlighT as well, buT again dreams
did noT maTerialize. The Team gave promise oT being an excepTional group, buT did noT
line up To expecTaTions. ln some games, They could have whipped any Team in The counTy
buT unTorTunaTely, These were Tew and Tar beTween. Davis Tinished TourTh in counTy sTand-
ing, and reTained The myThical ciTy championship by beaTing Edison.
The swimming Team Tared much beTTer. The boys goT OTT To a slow sTarT by drop-
ping The TirsT Two meeTs, buT gradually Torged ahead, and in The counTy meeT, They
were beaTen only by a super-powerTul New Rochelle squad. l-lowever, The crack l6O-
yard relay Team swam over The besT our rivals could musTer To win iTs evenT Tor The
AlmosT The enTire Tencing Team graduaTed "en masse" lasT June, so ThaT The squad
was required To sTarT Trom scraTch wiTh inexperienced men. l-lowever, veTeran CapTain
D'Angio's sword-play, in losing To only one opponenT, marked him as one oT The TinesT
Tencers in The counTy.
Our gym Team had a very successTul year in which The muscle-men gave many
exhibiTions beTore clubs and schools in The counTy. This is TasT becoming one oT The mosT
popular Teams in The school.
For The spring season, hopes were again high. The baseball and Tennis Teams had
many seasoned veTerans reTurning, and played in True Davis sTyle. GolT and Track, also
on The spring schedule, worked hard To Triumph over Their opponenTs.
So Davis sporTsmen look To The TuTure, noT aT all ashamed OT Their record and
iusTly proud OT Their spiriT and conducT on The Tield.
Eleanor Allgair, Carmella Ceslone, Callileen Dooley, Louise Doulcas, Bealrice Gee, Janel
Gilclwresl, Blossom Gleilsman, Dorolliy l-lubbard, Adele Jones, Anila Kassen, Gerlrude Lacey,
Muriel Lampreclil, Virginia Lasli, Mary Marlin, lvlargarel Mazziolla, Eleanor Newman, Ruin
Plale, Ellwel Smallwood, Clwrisline Zibelli.
ll may loolc like play lo you buf il's cleallw lo us.
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Amy Borclwers, Jean Clough, Blossom Gleilsman, Dorolliy Hubbard, Jacque McGee, Virginia
lvlclvlenomy, Belly Wakefield.
NNlworn Forlune wishes To cleslroy slie iirsl makes rnad.
Eleanor Allgair, Rullw Byers, Carmella Ceslone, Jean Clough, Callwleen Dooley, Anila Dlyn,
Bealrice Gee, Dorolny Hubbard, Anila Kassen, Muriel Lampreclml, Mary Marlin, Alice
Oswald, Ellmel Sllaldn.
No pallw of flowers leads lo glory.
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Wlnifred Cammaclc, Courlney Groesclwel, Lydia l-lovlmannissian, Dolly Lederer lvlargarejr
Mazziolla, Barbara Sherman, Elaine Zelcov, Manager.
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OUR TEAM CAPTAINS
WhaT does a capTain oT a winning Team do? Well, iT depends a greaT deal on whaT
kind oT Team she is capTain OT and whaT kind oT girl she is. The Tour capTains This year un-
quesTionably rank wiTh The besT. WhaT They did, ThereTore, and how They did iT, make a
preTTy good yardsTick. .
FirsT, There is DoroThea Owen acTive in volleyball, hockey, baskeTball, baseball, and
The sTunT club. ln baskeTball, DoroTheia won second honors, and in hockey, she was capTain
OT her Team: buT iT was in volleyball ThaT she Tinally led The iuniors Through an unblemished
schedule. An all-around aThleTe, The girls made no misTake when They voTed DoroThea Their
leader in Two diTTerenT sporTs.
Then, There's Winnie Cammack, one oT The Maroon and WhiTe LiTerary EdiTors and
Vice-PresidenT oT The General OrganizaTion among oTher Things who is noT Too busy To
be capTain and sTar OT The Tennis Team. Along wiTh her "D", Winnie has won a couple oT
Davis Tennis TournamenTs.
NexT in line is Adele Jones, capTain oT The senior baskeTball Team which won TirsT
honors in The inTra-mural TournamenT. Holding down a Torward posiTion is a preTTy sTrenuous
job, buT Adele sTill Tound Time To swim wiTh a group oT high school girls who made The
"Y" Their headguarTers This winTer. This Team, incidenTally, also elecTed Adele Their capTain.
Finally, There is Barbara McClellan, capTain oT The winning senior hockey Team. Bobbie
survived an arduous hockey season To carry on as capTain oT The senior, second baskeTball
So you see none OT The girls have single-Track minds. Their acTiviTies are as varied as
Their abiliTiesg and Their personaliTies are as aTTracTive as Their records. They successTully
guided The desTinies oT The winning Teams oT T939 and oughT To give you a preTTy good
idea oT whaT a leader in girls' sporTs is like.
THE WESTCHESTER GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
l.asT year Davis was very pleased To announce To iTs girls ThaT iT had become a mem-
ber oT The WesTchesTer AThleTic AssociaTion Tor senior high school girls.
The purposes oT This organizaTion are as Tollows:
lll To provide a uniTying organizaTion To promoTe suiTable programs oT aThleTics Tor
all senior high school girls.
l2l To sponsor "Play Days", and To sTress The social and recreaTional values oT com-
l3l To promoTe educaTional publiciTy ThaT places The emphasis upon The sporT and
iTs values raTher Than The conTesTanTs.
l4l To sTand deTiniTely opposed To an inTerscholasTicleague oT championship games.
AT The presenT Time There are eighTeen schools in The organizaTion.
The execuTive board consisTs oT all The women insTrucTors oT physical educaTion in
The senior high schools ThaT are members oT The associaTion. The junior board consisTs oT
represenTaTives Trom each school chosen Trom The girls acTively engaged in aThleTics. There
is one represenTaTive chosen Trom each scholasTic year lTenTh-TwelTThl. The junior board acTs
wiTh The execuTive board in promoTing The policies oT This associaTion, planning "Play Days",
ouTlining programs oT inTeresT To girls oT senior high school age, and suggesTing ways and
means oT inTeresTing all girls in some Torm oT aThleTEc acTiviTy.
There are Two regular business meeTings OT This associaTion during The year. Addi-
Tional meeTings may be called aT The discreTion oT The presidenT.
Davis has had The pleasure oT aTTending several hockey, volleyball, baseball, and
basl4eTball "Play Days". The volleyball "Play Day" was held aT Davis. Pive oTher schools
aTTended and all agreed iT was a greaT success.
On May 26, The associaTion had an annual dinner aT The New Yorlc AThleTic Club.
The represenTaTives Trom Davis were in charge oT This aTTair. AT The closing meeTing, oTTicers
Tor The ensuing year were elecTed.
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ln order To have a successTul program OT girls' sporTs in a high school, iT is neces-
sary To have Two Things. FirsT, someone To do all The planning and organizing and have all
The headaches: second, a group OT girls who are enThusiasTic and cOoperaTive and have
all The Tun. Davis has boTh. A brieT review OT The schedule OT inTra-mural acTiviTies, which
was compleTed This year, will show The exTensiveness oT The program.
Field Hockey, in spiTe OT sTill being raTher new, had a large Tollowing OT girls who
apparenTly liked being baTTed around wiTh a club. The senior Team, aTTer geTling OTT To a
shaky sTarT, breezed serenely Through The resT OT iTs schedule To Tinish in TirsT place.
Volleyball, because OT iTs populariTy, undergoes a severe siTTing-down process dur-
ing The gym periods. Unlike oTher sporTs, The Teams which Tinally TighT iT ouT Tor TirsT
honors are The ones which Took TirsT place in Their respecTive gym classes. Thus inTra-
mural volleyball has one hundred percenT supporT, and iT is possible To say ThaT every girl
in Davis is aT some Time a candidaTe Tor, and has an opporTuniTy To obTain, a TirsT honor
BaskeTball also had an especially acTive season This year because The number OT
games was exTended aT The expense OT The number OT pracTice sessions. An inspired and
admirable decision! The girls who Turn ouT Tor baskeTball are divided according To Their
abiliTy inTO Two Teams. ln This way The oppOrTuniTy To play is greaTly increased. Anyone
will Tell you iT is decidedly more Tun TO be The big mOmenT on The second Team Than a
sub Tor Two minuTes on The TirsT. The high pOinT OT The season was The iourney made To
WhiTe Plains by Two honor Teams. Whi+e Plains won boTh games, buT every one agreed
ThaT The Tun and The reTreshmenTs were nearly adequaTe cOmpensaTiOn.
Tennis may well be considered one OT The mosT valuable sporTs aT Davis. IT is a
sporT which can be carried On aTTer one Tinishes school enTirely. Each year a spring and
Tall TournamenT is sponsored by Miss Taylor, Thus giving any girl inTeresTed a chance TO
parTicipaTe. Besides This, a Tennis Team is Organized, made up oT The mosT capable appli-
canTs. This Team plays by inviTaTion oTher schools in WesTchesTer CounTy.
Non-compeTiTive AThleTic AcTiviTies wenT on This year in addiTion To The schedule
which was drawn up Tor The Tun we all undeniably geT ouT OT compeTiTion. Miss WighT
Organized a girls' gym Team which bOasTed a surprisingly numerous and enThusisaTic
aTTendance. Mrs. Young conTinued To sponsor archery, and Miss Blackburn and Miss
Cleveland mainTained The riding club.
All These, while They cerTainly do noT claim The inTeresT OT every girl in school,
hold ouT TO everyone The oppOrTuniTy To parTicipaTe. Somewhere in The lisT, nine girls ouT
OT Ten are bound To Tind an acTiviTy which is especially aTTracTive To Them.
THE FUTURE TENSE
June 2, T959
The new FleeTwoOd Bridge was
oTTicially opened lasT nighT and
Televised over a coasT-To-coasT
hookup. AT IO:3O P. M., Mayor
GerTrude Lacey OT MounT Vernon,
N. Y., pulled The swiTch ThaT
opened The long-waiTed proiecT
To The public.
Mayor Lacey said in her brieT
message, "We, The people OT
MounT Vernon, Teel ThaT The com-
pleTion OT This magniTicenT span
will noT only uniTe FIeeTwoOd wiTh
The PaciTic COasT, buT will also
prOmoTe inTernaTional goodwill".
FirsT man To cross The bridge
was W. Randolph Campbell. Said
Mr. Campbell, who camped Tor
Three years in FleeTwood so ThaT
he mighT achieve This disTincT
honor, "IT was woiTh iT, buT iT ain'T
The ToisT Time me and Connie, me
moTorcycle, has won dis honor.
And we'll do iT again, yes sir!"
Engineer RoberT STeele, who
compleTed The bridge aTTer TwenTy
years, an all-Time record, is being
inTernaTionally acclaimed. His nexT
venTure, Mr. STeele inTormed The
press, will be a new MounT Vernon
sewer done in The Rococo sTyle.
HALL STARS SFNGER
Miss Norma Beckerman was
guesT singer lasT nighT aT The Phil-
harmonica SympaThy ConcerT aT
Carnegie T-Tall. The orchesTra,
under The direcTion OT masTero
Pensiero MasTropieTrO, who suc-
ceeds The laTe Michel Bosini,
played well-known selecTions in-
cluding G. Groves FiTTh Sym-
phony in A Maior, and several
Old-Time melodies, namely "FlaT
FOOT Floogie", and The old Ameri-
can Talk song, "T-lold TighT".
Miss Beckerrnan, who has iusT
compleTed a successTul concerT
Tour OT The Fiii Islands, sang The
"SexTeT" Trom "Lukemia" by Don-
chabeTTmi. She was accompanied
by virTuoso Florence Childs, who
will give her own concerT aT CiTy
I-Tall in The near TuTure.
Alumni OT The A. B. Davis
class OT '39 will meeT TOnighT
Tor a gala anniversary parTy aT
Club 3l, Warren X. Iiroemel,
class presidenT announced To-
Similar To The parTy OT The
class OT '38, which was held in
DuTTy's Grill lasT February, The
aTTair will bring TogeTher one OT
The greaTesT masses OT celebri-
Ties ThaT has been assembled
in many a day.
ATTer dinner, The group will
Tly in a charTered spaceship To
Davis where They will be wel-
comed by Principal STewarT
and aTTend The opening OT The.
school's new audiTOrium, erecT-
ed by The TaculTy in Their honor.
ROTERMUND TO RUN
N NEXT ELECTION
ErnesT ROTermund, Tormer U. S.
Marshal, was nominaTed Today, as
mayor OT SpringTield, aT The Free
Soilers' ConvenTion in New York.
Also nominaTed was Joe BaTes
who will run Tor The posiTion OT
chieT OT The DeparTmenT OT Sani-
TaTion in The TorThcoming elecTion.
J. Edgar I-Torn, head OT The
F.B.I., declined a nominaTion To
run again Tor The posiTion he has
held Tor Three monThs. ln a wide
open leTTer To The press, he sTaTed
ThaT his compleTe unravelling OT
The Serge Ring Case has won him
a much needed resT. I-Te will de-
parT Tor his shack in The CaTskills,
close Triends disclosed.
The Free Soilers parTy, which
was recenTly reorganized by AI
Fiering, well-known poliTician, ad-
vocaTes The donaTiOn oT a whiTe,
ivy-covered cOTTage Tucked be-
Tween The hills OT VermonT Tsend
Ten cenTs To cover cOsT OT mailing
Tor beauTiTully illusTraTed bookleTl
To all reTired TooTball players and
sTage crew members OT A. B.
The convenTion closed wiTh a
marshmallow roasT and swaTTo
parTy aT Howard Field.
WalTer Fairservis, noTed arche-
ologisT and Nobel Prize winner,
reTurned yesTerday Trom Cairo,
EgypT aTTer a six monThs expedi-
Tion Through The Sahara deserT. In
his suiTe OT OTTices aT The NaTural
I-lisTory Museum, Dr. Fairservis re-
porTed To The UniTed Press ThaT he
has made Two signiTicanT dis-
coveries. The losT Tomb OT The
Pharaoh I-lavanalmond was un-
earThed, and a secreT chamber
was discovered in The neck OT The
Dr. Fairservis, whose sun-dark-
ened skin pleasingly conTrasTs wiTh
his whiTe goaTee, wore a purple
velveT robe encrusTed wiTh pearls
and precious sTones. This, he ex-
plained, was The sTaTe robe OT
Pharaoh l-lavanalmond and is said
To bring doom To all who wear iT.
Many oTher priceless Treasures
have been unearThed during This
expediTiOn, including a sTrange
scarab ring ThaT is said To have
belonged To CleOpaTra, and is
now worn by Dr. Fairservis,
A dinner will be given Tomorrow
evening aT The Windblown Room
OT The Savoy AsToria in honor OT
The greaT scienTisT. GuesT speakers
will include Dr. Langdon Collier,
renowned sTaTesman and OraTorg
Mr. David Slavin OT The "New
York STreamlined - Times": and
acTOr John Servo, currenTly sTar-
ring in "Kiss The Girls Hello" aT
The BilTmOre TheaTre.
Dr. Fairservis' newesT book,
"Dig and Ye Shall Find", will make
iTs public debuT nexT week.
LANDMARKS TO GO
The Trylon and Perisphere, land-
marks OT The I939 World's Fair,
will be Torn down soon, Park Com-
missioner BurTon Fox an-
nounced Today. The quainT, :di-i
lapidaTed sTrucTures will be'ire-,
placed by a power planT operaTedi
by cosmic rays, he sTaTed.
Myer Zendel, OT The New York
LOsT and Found DepT., will con-
duc+ The parTing ceremony beTOre
The buildings are demolished.
M. BROUT CHOSEN
Miss Muriel BrouT was chosen as
The new presidenT oT The Board oT
EclucaTion aT The annual meeTing
lasT nighT. Miss BrouT, a graduaTe
oT The Sub Normal School and
maThemaTics Teacher aT Davis
I-ligh accepTed The posiiTon.
GuesT speaker aT The meeTing
was ProTessor John SchulTz OT Po-
dunk UniversiTy whose subiecT was
"The ParenT1 I-lis NaTure and l-lis
ATTer a resoluTion To inTroduce
in Congress a bill proposing a
longer lunch period Tor The sTu-
denT, The meeTing broke up. The
nexT meeTing, The new presidenT
disclosed, will TeaTure "The Mc-
Clellans", comedy Team and SaT-
chel-Puss Eason, corneTisT.
"l mean To puT life inTo These
programs", Miss BrouT explained.
"My campaign includes The com-
pleTe modernizaTion oT The presenT
VAN KIRK HOME
SCENE OF TEA
The home OT Miss Marcia Van
Kirk was The scene oT a Tea yesTer-
day Tor The meeTing OT The Board
OT The Bide-a-Wee Abode Tor
Bees Inc. Miss Van Kirk presided
wiTh her usual calm aTTer reTresh-
menTs had been served in The
Deep Purple room oT her spacious
mansion aT 808 EasT 195 ST. In
a simple gown oT yellow saTin re-
lieved wiTh Touches oT green and
blue brocaded ruTTles, The hosT in-
Troduced The chairman, Miss Ann
MorgensTern, Cornell '49. Miss
MorgensTern ouTlined The plans
Tor a giganTic beneTiT perTorm-
ance Tor disgrunTled bees To be
held aT The I-lippadrone.
PerTormers aT socieTy's biggesT
evenT OT The year will be, virTuoso
Ada FarringTon who will render
The Tamous .violin selecTion, "The
Bee". Also conTribuTing To This
greaT cause will be Dr. William
Liccione who will discuss "The
I-labiTs and CusToms oT The Aus-
HEAR AND THEIR
wiTh Molly KickabouTer
The crowd aT New York's popu-
lar Flamingo Club lasT nighT was
an especially gay one. Mrs. Rugby
FiTzgerald, The Tormer PaT Mar-
shall l-lollingrad Fairchild McAn-
drews, occupied her regular Table
near The orchesTra. Included in
her parTy were playboy Carey
Wells, iusT back Trom Flushing, and
BeTTy RoberTs Romero looking
Tragile and exoTic in black velveT
lshe has been wearing ThaT sombre
hue since her laTe polo-playing
husband broke his neck aT WesT-
porTl . . . Gerry LundT Walker
dashed in in sables and a per-
TecTly devasTaTing chapeau . . .
Among The dancers were The Bob
Adamses, she in Molyneux's newesT
creaTion . . . sipping a coke aT
The milk bar was Lady l-lendi-
courb, The Tormer Daphne STones,
wiTh Prince Serge Jahnke . . .
Wag MaTTy Rosenschein held
courT aT his Table, chaTTing wiTh
surrealisT designer Jean I-lirsch, in
a cellophane haT . . . Peggy Dig-
gins, The movie glamour-girl dash-
ed in wiTh Bob "Barrymore" Nord-
hausen, aTTer her personal appear-
ance aT The RockymounT 'IheaTre
. . . she Took Time To inTorm your
reporTer ThaT she is simply swamp-
ed wiTh 'Travail', "don'T you
know? . . .
In The CacTus Lounge, hangouT
Tor The liTerary seT: BeTTisha Gips,
Chris Meyer and Giulio D'Angio
discussing Mary MarTin's laTesT
book oT very Tree verse, "Skin In
My Cocoa" . . . AT The same
Table: ColumnisT Broemel, iusT
back Trom an exclusive grouse
hunT in FlaTbush, looking TeTching
in his TiTTed "pink" hunTing iackeT
. . . CriTic Jean Baer dashing in
To reporT ThaT Bill Nielson in
"Cherchez La Femme" is "Too, Too
divine!" . .. Bramwell Lieber,
alone aT his own Table, relaxing
. . . his one man exhibiT oT eTch-
ings will open Tomorrow aT The
Add: Margery Squire sails To
day on The King Maxy Tor her
posT as Toreign correspondeni on
The "Daily Blurb" . . .
M. SEEGER WINS
Amid The liverwursT and garlic
oT a small delicaTessen sTore on
BaThgaTe Avenue siTs Melvin See-
ger, Today, on a pickle barrel,
wiTh a check Tor Fp500,000.74 in
his hand. Grand winner oT The
Irish S.weepsTakes, Mr. Seeger and
his joyous Tamily posed Tor Their
picTures and Told your reporTer
how iT Teels To have so much
"IT feels as Though your TooT's
asleep", said Mr. Seeger.
Asked whaT led him To place his
beT on "PreTzel", The winning
horse, he replied ThaT The name
broughT a wave OT nosTaglia over
him as he was slicing! cheese one
OTher winners visiTed by your
reporTer were RuTh Barsky and
Marcia Freeman, one Time news-
paper ediTors, who now live in a
rooming house on FourTeenTh
STreeT. The Two, amid a IiTTer OT
pasTe poTs and scissors saT near-
sighTedly gazing aT The check Tor
"Our business," Miss Barsky ex-
plained, "ls clipping Typographical
errors Trom The Daily BulleTin
GazeTTe. Now we'll be able To
geT some new pasTe".
"And scissors", screamed Miss
Freeman, clipping a hardware ad
Trom lasT year's Sears, Roebuck
CaTalogue. Your reporTer Tledl
Mr. Leon Feigen, champ checker
player and anoTher winner, had
iusT blown up his privaTe lab and
was in no condiTion To be inTer-
R. MOLLER HONO RED
RoberT "BuTch" Moller, l-lale
'43, is receiving much acclaim Tor
his coaching oT The Narmy Team
which beaT P. U. aT The Soup Bowl
One OT The Tamous Moller
broThers, "BuTch" will vacaTion
wiTh his sisTer, Sue Moller, aT her
rooming house in Passaic, New
Jersey. NexT season he will again
coach The Narmy Team. Mr. Mol-
ler expecTs such men as sopho-
more Milan Lillis To carry on Tor
Narmy during The TorThcoming
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FalI1'ng,tlz'ke dew, upon a thought produces .
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The moon sTood still To speak To me,
And over dainTy Tear-drop dew
She spread her beauTy quieTly.
The wraThTul cliTT suppressed The sea:
The ocean mimicked morning's blue:
The moon sTood sTill To speak To me.
The dawn-grass whispered wisTTully
AbouT The violeT's billeT-doux
lShe spread her beauTy quieTlyT.
She sTopped To resT by The linden Tree,
And silver shadow siTTed Through.
The moon s+ood sTill To speak To me.
And so we sTood There, iusT we Three,
i and The moon and The morning dew.
The moon sTood sTill To speak To me.
She spread her 'beauTy quieTly.
The hillside is powdered whiTe wiTh driTTed snow.
Lonely and bare, one Tiny maple
Holds on iTs black Twigs
Ten downy and sleepily-nodding sparrows.
TwenTy sTeps away, iT's merely an eTching - black on whiTe:
An Autumn Evening
How sTill iT is! Edged wiTh The Tang oT cold:
The icy sTars sTare Trom a blue-black sky:
Long pasT, now, are The days when Thunder rolled,
When in The woods we heard The nighT-bird's cry.
The brown leaves drop, and lie upon The groundg
The homely crickei' now has ceased his chirp:
The Toad and 'Coon Their winTer homes have Tound
To sleep Till Spring shall WinTer's reign usurp.
The TrosTy moon looks down on dying EarTh,
BUT even yeT her pallid beam doTh say,
"Nay, Triends, puT noT away your mirTh
For I shall glow again, some oTher day."
0 I2I 9
The City-Across -The-River
The gaunT wharT
STuck ouT inTo The river
Like a sore Thumb.
BreaThed upon The windowpane
OT The nighT -
and The Tog rolled in.
Slipped soTTly Through The murky misTs
Always ouT OT reach-l
ouT OT reach.
BuT he kepT hoping
l-le was iusT a homeless waiT
STanding wiTh gleaming eyes
AT The edge oT The wharT.
l-le looked down aT his splinTery, spindly legs
And his sTomach l3loaTed wiTh hunger
. . . . . And waiTed Tor The boaTs
To Take him
To The CiTy-across-The-river.
l-le could hear The muTTled laughTer
And The music
And The gay voices!
This homeless bag oT bones
Wifh The gleaming eyes
Prayed Tor The boaTs
To Take him There.
The disTanT lighTs
SiTTed Through The Tog
And beckoned To him--
A soggy skeleTon,
Shivering and cold,
Burning like live, glowing coals
In The sunken hollowness
Tha+ was his Tace.
And he prayed!
WiTh all The hearT ThaT was leTT in him
For The boaTs To come
To Take him There!
--There TilTered Through The misT
A deep-ThroaTed whisTle.
IT was calling!
BuT The Tog. . .
so Thick. . .
he couldn'T see. .
l-le sTreTched ouT his bony arms
In a helpless, hearTless plea
And Tried To push aside
The weT veil.
IT only he could see. . .
l-lis hearf beaf wildly!
Franfically, he plunged info fhe wafers below!
Oh, how his eyes gleamed
The boafs. . .
fo fake him. ..
home. . . !
The sfruggling form never reached his boaf,
Buf Mofher River fook him in her arms
And rocked fhe fired child fo sleep.
She bore him fo fhe ofher side-
To fhe Cify-across-fhe-river.
Langdon J. Collier
A pof-bellied idol, girdled wifh forfy bleeding, horrible heads. his hundred arms
grasping insfrumenfs of 'rorfure and deafh, his gaping moufh lined wifh green and crimson
fangs, his iaws dripping saliva and his bulging eyes filled wifh violence. Yamanfaka, Tibefan
king of l-lell. You may laugh af his squaffing sfance and his grofesque feafures when you
sfand in fhe corridor of a museum surround ed by amused friends, buf go fo him yourself,
alone, when fhe day is waning. You will see 'rhe shadows play fricks on his brillianfly carved
and colored fealures. You will affempf fo laugh again buf if is hard fo be filled wifh
humor as fhe lighf flickers soffly and his eyes reflecf fhe lighf info your own. Your smile
will vanish. Your cheeks will pale and you will sfruggle fo draw your gaze from fhose bale-
ful orbs fhaf gleam insidiously. No sound breaks fhe sfillness, no friend who laughs breaks
fhe spell. Those arms each become a menacing weapon fhaf seeks fo grasp and formenf
you. You cannof draw away. l-lis feafures now are alive: his pof-belly wiggles: his weapons
iangle and his iaws drip ominously. You are fransfixed, gazing, gazing, deeper and deep-
er info fhose merciless balls of hafe fhaf affempf fo mimic eyes. They are more fhan
eyes, fhey are windows 'rhrough which you see an Orienfal purgafory: 'lhe weird. unspeak-
ing forms of human sinful gods: war, famine, hafe, greed and jealousy: fhe lurid, hideous
demon forfurers, servanfs of Yama, and fhe anguished, wrifhing shapes of souls in formenf.
All fhis in fhe eyes of Yamanfaka. The sculpfor has done his work foo well. This fhing is
alive. if wrifhes, if fwisfs and screams fo a hellish dance macabre. To your dismay and
horror, fhe fapesfry behind fhis monsfer, depicfing all fhe hells and punishmenfs of a La-
masf sinner, is now alive. Each ghasfly figure in fhe woven clofh is moving like fhe inha-
bifanfs of a foy world. Buf fhese are no foys, fhey are servanfs of Yamanfaka coming af
his bidding fo seize you for your blaspheming.
Wrench yourself away, run, run, run, back info your lighfed world. Once safely
fhere your eyes cease fheir sfaring and your hearf sfeadies ifs beaf buf your brain furns
fhe quesfion over and over.
"Was if fhe shadows fhaf made Yama and his courf dance, a producf of your
imaginafion. Of course Yama was iusf an idol. and fhose lighfs cerfainly played fricks
wifh his feafures, you could have sworn fhey moved. Nofhing buf imaginafion yef, buf
... . . . . . . .. could ........... Impossible! This is fhe Twenfiefh Cenfury. Yef? Was if
TVaIter Fairseruis, Jr.
The Last Straw Q
l'm one OT Those simple souls who Tinds exciTemenT and advenTure in a chocolaTe
soda. I rush wiTh gusTaTory anTicipaTion To The nearesT TounTain OT my enioymenT, buT any
drugsTore aTmosphere desTroys my Theories OT a non-conTormisT.
The pink-eared bunnies, Tied wiTh blue ribbons To bars oT chocolaTe, leer aT me as
l sliTher around on The leaTher s+ool and Tinally esTablish myselT on The edge, my TeeT
gripping The iron TooT-rail. l order a chocolaTe soda, simply because l'm Too nonplussecl
To dare To Think oT anyThing else and Then look hopefully around Tor a cheery sign ThaT
will read, "Please Pay When Served". The mirrors are plasTered wiTh many gay signs, so
ThaT l have To duck To caTch a glimpse OT myselT llaTer regreTTing I Took The Troublel.
Garish red and blue leTTering meeTs my eye: and l read, TascinaTed, "HOT ChocolaTe
l-loTl", "Hawaiian TempTaTion wiTh Whipped Cream-lOc", "Special: SauerkrauT Sand-
lvly bleary eyes are Tocused on my Tellow eaTers, all perTecTly in harmony wiTh
The gliTTer oT chromium and The claTTer OT silver. The perT young blonde nexT To me is
deTTly brandishing ThaT womanly weapon, The lipsTick. l-las she a check? I glance Tur-
Tively. I-las anyone a check?
My soda has suddenly slid across The cold slab OT Tuckahoe marble and boldly
conTronTs me, a gob oT whipped cream sTanding as sTiTT and menacing as an exclamaTion
poinT. NoThing To do buT delve inTo The TroThy mixTurel
You can'T drown your Troubles in a chocolaTe soda. Don'T be misguided by any
Tool who Tells you ThaT! A pineapple soda maybe: l, Tor one, wouldn'T know. BUT a choco-
laTe soda neverl Each TasTy sip brings nearer The gloomy momenT when you will have To
Tumble amid The rubbish oT your purse Tor a mere TiTTeen cenTs: a dime and a nickel, or,
if you preTer, Three nickels. The English would call iT someThing like one and Tuppence
Once, unable To geT The aTTenTion OT a clerk in l.oTT's, l leTT my change on The
counTer and sTarTecl To slip unnoTiced To The sTreeT. "I-ley you!" boomed The clerk. The
chromiums reTused To gliTTer1 The silver, To claTTer. l crepT back To The salesman Tollowed
by The pepperminT eyes oT every chocolaTe rabbiT in every glass showcase.
"You goTTa have a check!" snapped The subiecT oT many nighTmares ThaT have since
filled my sleeping hours. A slip oT cardboard was clapped inTo my hand, and somehow
l handed iT To a very much amused cashier.
EveryTime l'm meT wiTh such a predicamenT, I resolve To organize a socieTy Tor
abolishing This socially embarrassing rouTine. A plan musT be devised so ThaT peaceTul,
Tun'loving ciTizens will be able To sip nonchalanTly Their sodas wiThouT worrying when To
SoTTly, soTTly iT Tell,
And cloaked The world in iTs spell,
WhiTer Than whiTe iT gleams
On The banks OT The silver sTreams.
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People Are Queer
I am The soul oT a man. Perhaps you see me someTimes, as I darT ouT Trom behind
The opaque specTacles OT my owner. You may noT realize iT, buT ThaT hungry gleam which
shows iTselT Tor buT a brieT momenT is The resulT OT my TranTic eTTorTs To escape. The oTher
day we were walking down The sTreeT, and l heard a liTTTe boy say To his moTher in a
childish Treble, "MoTher, ThaT man iooks so queer!" ThaT Ii+Tle boy sTarTed me Thinking,
and TonighT while my owner was sleeping, l escaped To a nearby sTar Through The open
window. The child was only expressing his honesT opinion, buT I wonder if iT would have
made any diTTerence To him iT he had known my masTer.
l-le was born in a liTTle Scandinavian village in The midsT oT Tolk who earned a meager
living as Tishermen. There was never very much money To go around: a neT Tor Tishing had
To be replaced: or OiaT, his TaTher, needed a new pair oT booTs. EnTerTainmenT? l-Te
scarcely knew The word. l-Tis greaTesT pleasure was To be Taken ouT wiTh The men in The
large Tishing boaTs wiTh The saiT spray dashing over The side and The clean Tangy breeze
Tugging aT his hair. And so he grew up To be a Tall, blond young man wiTh an inborn iove
OT The sea in his blood and The inheriTed Tearlessness oT men who have had To baTTle The
eTemenTs Tor cenTuries. BuT hard Times came To ThaT liTTie village. One year The Tishing
was poor: anoTher season sTorms wrecked Their boaTs and Tore away Their overloaded
neTs. Things grew worse, and one day OiaT suggesTed To his son ThaT he seek his TorTune
in anoTher land. Several weeks TaTer The young boy waved goodbye To his loved ones
on The shore. T-le was OTT To America, The promised land! New York TrighTened him aT
TirsT. The buildings seemed so Tall, The sTreeTs were Tilled wiTh iosTling men and women,
The language was sTrange, The people unfriendly To This boy used To The easy TamiliariTy
oT a small village. BuT Viking blood was noT in him Tor naughT: he soon Tound a room To
sieep in, made Triends, and became a sTevedore on The wharves near To his beloved sea.
There was noT much Time Tor homesickness here: buT as he walked home Through The dark
sTreeTs and smelied The ciear air, a nosTalgic memory would fill him wiTh a desire To
reTurn To his village in Scandinavia. However, he had been in New York only a Tew
monThs, when he received The news oT his parenTs' deaTh. He was alone in This sTrange
new worid. Luck had been his porTion Tor a Time: buT one day he became embroiled in
a dock TighT, and a chance blow senT him crashing down a Tlighf of sTairs. The hospiTal
inTerne who sTood by his bed, when he regained his senses, inTormed him ThaT he had
suTTered a compound TracTure oT The hip. When my masTer leTT The hospiTal, he knew he
could seek acTive employmenT no longer: he was a cripple.
As I siT here on This sTar, T look down aT my masTer sleeping TiTTuily in his narrow
bed. AT Times his Tace conTorTs and his hands seem To reach ouT Tor someThing. ThaT
liTTle boy walking down The sTreeT oT a dusTy, midwesTern Town would noT undersTand,
buT his moTher who all her liTe has longed Tor The Teel oT a cool sea-breeze on her Tace
would undersTand. A Viking lad, now an old cripple dereiicT and a Tarmer's wiTe-reachf
ing Tor someThing?
An angry cloud
STamps down The TrighTened sky.
Lol IT is raining.
0 I25 9
Prelude to a Cape Cocl Nor'Easter--
Sand dunes shiTTing,
Grey sand driTTing,
LighTly blowing here and There.
Beach grass rusTling,
5Torm clouds blusTring
bea spray hissing Through The air.
EasT wind roaring,
Sea gulls soaring,
Warnings Trom a disTanT Tlare.
Sand dunes shiTTing,
Grey sand driTTing,
DeaTh is paTienT waiTing There.
Mary Frances Martin
The lure in The magic oT Tar away places,
The lure oT varied and unknown Taces,
All TogeTher seem To blend
An irresisTible message To send,
The ouTcorne oT This pull so sTrong,
ThaT seems To say "Do come along",
BuT once you Tollow ThaT TaTeTul call
All else seems unimporTanT and small
Compared To The sTrengTh oT This Travel urge
And deep inside, a powerTul surge
Forces you To Tollow and go.
Why noT? you haven'T much Time, you know.
And while youTh is yours-and youTh's will is sTrong,
WiTh liTTle else To carry along
SeT TorTh on one long glorious spree
And see all The places you've wanTed To see.
IT aT The end oT your Trip you Tind
For ordinary liTe you have no mincl,
JusT hurry and looard The TirsT sTeamer you see
And The man in TronT oT you? . . . why iT's mel
9 l26 0
0 I27 0
Shooing Morpheus on a Winter Morning
O genTIe Sleep-whaT a conTrary-minded individual she is! You crawl inTo bed
aTTer a hard day and summon her To obIiTeraTe your cares: insTead, she TIiTs TanTaIizingIy
abouT The viciniTy, and no maTTer how much you Toss and Turn, you can'T Iay your hands
on her. Comes The dawn, when you'd like To be able To bounce OuT OT bed Tull OT IiTe
and enThusiasmg buT now The Tickle wench sees TiT To perch herselT aTop your recumbenT
Trame and creaTe The impression ThaT you are supporTing a Thousand pound weighT wiTh
your anaTomy. In addiTion, she squeezes a Tew drops oT some sorT OT eITin glue under
your eyelids, and aTTer ThaT The blessed Things won'T open iT you pry Them up wiTh a
I know whereOT I speak. Such has been my biTTer experience on many a winTer
morn. Awakened by my own privaTe alarm clock-The Tamily poodle, who sleeps in The
kiTchen direcTly beneaTh my room-I baT my eyes a couple OT Times and realize, aTTer a
Tull minuTe or more, ThaT I am now back on earTh, exTradiTed Trom The TanTasTic dream-
land in which German verbs chase IogariThms around a magneTic Tield Tor The amuse-
menT OT ThaT preTTy girl who siTs nexT To The Teacher's desk in French class. Easy enough
To wake up, buT whaT an enTireIy diTTerenT aTTair is geTTing upl Though The bed is warm,
I shiver pessimisTicaIly as I observe The window curTains billowing inward like The sails
oT a windiammer in The Trigid gale ThaT sweeps in over The snow-covered rooT oT The back
porch. IT now occurs To me To wonder if my nose is where I hope iT is: I Timidly bring
TorTh a hand Trom beneaTh The quiITs and apply iT in an expIoraTory manner To my Tace.
Yes, The proboscis is sTilI There, buT badly in need OT a good Thawing OuT. I plunge The
hand hasTiIy beneaTh The covers once more, muTTering murderous imprecaTions againsT a
cerTain Tour-TooTed animal. Why couIdn'T The muTT IeT me go on sleeping? IT's so
pIeasanT To dream abOuT-IogariThmsI
WhaT's This? The curTain Tells Iimpl The breeze has died down: now is my chancel
CauTiousIy, I drag boTh arms ouT Trom Their warm sancTuary: Then, always keeping an
anxious eye on The curTain, whose sIighTesT TluTTer causes my hearT To TIuTTer Too, I
sTeaIThiIy inch my way OuT OT The proTecTing bed and gingerly place my unclad TeeT
upon The unwarmed Tloor. Recovering Trom This iniTiaI shock, I now advance hasTiIy upon
The open window: buT my hasTe is nOT suTTicienT. There is a "WhooshI" OT air, The cur-
Tains Tly up aImos+ To The ceiling, and a paralyzing bIasT OT cold hiTs me like an ocean
wave breaking over an unwary baTher. STrange how wide-awake I Teel nowl VibraTing
like a pneumaTic drill, I slam down The window and make a dive Tor The pile OT cIOThes
on The chair over in The Tar corner. Ay, sleep has been puT To TIighT, buT aT whaT a
price! You may Talk OT your soldiers, your aviaTors, or even your deep-sea divers? buT Tor
real bravery, give me The men like Commander Byrd, who dared The wraTh OT The AnT-
arcTic. They are The heroes: I knowl ' n
DelicaTeIy TinTed silk,
ln a summer nighT:
ln a church
In a pond
OT Two Taces-
ln The pressure
OT a hand:
ln The endless
STreTch of sand:
ln a TleeTing
ln The surging
STrenqTh - OT power:
ln a mass oT
ln The sweaT
And heaT and mess:
In a Tace
Whose love of Treedorn
l-las been sworn:
In a bird
ThaT slcirTs The slcy:
In man's quesT
To ride on high:
ln a boolc
In The surging
Of The Tide:
In The pebbles
On The beach
Our grasp - our reach:
0 I28 9
ln 'rhe while caps
In lhe sound:
ln The green grass
On lhe mound:
ln a face +ha+'s
Pale and lhin,
'Nealh a veil 'rha'r's
Black and grim:
ln a pleading
In a neck be -
Declced by lace:
In a happy
ln 'rhe sharing
Of a half:
All have beauly -
All have grace -
All have in our
Hearls lheir place.
If you 'find
In homely lhings
Beauly such as This
Then, my love.
Then, you can see
God's grea'res'r gill
To you and me.
ln slillness of nighl'
Sleals silenlly info souls
Bu? wilh dawn, 'lis gone
Elsie Mae Hess
Did you ever see a bIade of grass?
I did, yesferday.
I read a poem of beaufy,
And saw Ihe bIade Ihaf way.
I saw more Than iusf a s+aII4 of green,
l saw God.
The very hearf of Ioeau+y
I found in The dep+h of Ihaf sod.
I may never see if Ihaf way again,
Buf I won'+ forgef
Thaf pidure of beaufy
In fhe midsi of The dew and Wei.
Dea+h frolics so gayly
Down here on ear'rh
OverIacIen wi+h lilies
And Iauqhing wi+h rnirfh,
Dea+h frolics so gayly,
I+'s hard To perceive
Thaf i+'s sorrow for someone
When Deafh Takes her Ieave.
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l find the great thing in this world is not so much where we
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Boy mosl' likely lo succeed
Girl mosf likely fo succeed
Besl' boy sfudeni' ,........
Besl' girl sfudenl'
Mosl' popular boy ..
Mosl' popular girl ..
Besl' looking boy
Besl' looking girl ......,.
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Besl boy alhlele
Besl girl alhlele
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., Elmer Pirrung
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.. Leonard Fagin
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., Norman Apeil
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CLASS OF 1940
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Born: Brooklyn, May I9, I922. Class:
Junior 2. Clubs: Dramalic Sociely, Hi-
News, Marshal Squad, Band, G. O. Coun-
cil. Favorile Sporls: Foolball, Ping-Pong.
Hobby: Dramalics and collecling. Len
didn'l lell us whal he collecls, bul we
galher he collecls everylhing lrom hearls
lo malchcovers. Ambilion: Oculisl. Col-
lege: Columbia. Len came lo Davis in
Seplember, lrom De Will Clinlon. He was
elecled lo lhe G. O. Council lasl lerm
and he also held lhe posilion ol drum
maior. Len was lhal "Tony" lellow in lhe
Dramalic Sociely produclion ol "You
Can'l Take ll Wilh You".
Born: Mounl Vernon, May 27, I'-723.
Class: Junior 2. Clubs: Debaling Sociely,
Marshal Squad, G. O. Council, lnlerna-
lional Relalions. Favorile Sporls: Tennis,
soccer. Hobby: Playing lhe cello. Ambi-
lion: Aulomobile engineer. College: Le-
high Universily or General Molors lnsli-
lule. Homer has been "on lhe hill" since
Seplember, I937. He is also a depuly
marshal and a member ol lhe Inlerscholas-
lic Debaling Squad. l-le carries a llag lor
lhe band and does a righl good iob ol il.
He doesn'l look hall-bad in lhal unilorm,
eilher, does he girls?
Born: Mounl Vernon, December 2I,
I922. Class: Junior 2. Clubs: Ca el La,
G. O. Council, O. R. Reps., Sans Souci.
Favorile Sporls: Baskelball, walking. Hob-
by: Collecling. Rulh hasn'l made up her
mind yel as lo whal she wanls lo do or
whal college she wanls lo allend. She lells
us lhal as lar as she knows she is lhe lirsl
girl ol Chinese parenlage lo be born in
Born: Chicopee, Massachusells, Seplem-
ber 5, I922. Class: Junior 2. Club: Arch-
ery. Favorile Sporls: Sailing, lennis. Hobby:
Working. Ambilion: Commercial arlisl.
College: Prall lnslilule. Yvelle's iusl a
mile ol a girl, bul here's where lhe old
saying, "Good lhings in small packages,
come", proves ilsell lrue. She's aboul 5' 2"
wilh black hair and eyes and a swell per-
sonalily. Moll lher nicknamel is a good
sporl, a swell sailor, and has lhe makings ol
an arlisl. lncidenlally, don'l lel lhal hobby
lool you: she only works when she is sup-
posed lo and can be lull ol lun al all limes.
Telephone number and address: We won'l
lalk, you can'l make us.
Born: News Ferry, Virginia, Augusl I6.
I922. Class: Junior 2. Club: Marshal
Squad. Favorile Sporl: Foolball. Hobby:
Building airplanes. Ambilion: Policeman.
College: Cornell. Lorenzo came lo Mounl
Vernon in I926, aller which he moved lo
Greenwich, Conneclicul lor lwo years and
lhen came back lo Mounl Vernon. He
played scrub loolball lasl year and is go-
ing lo lry lo make lhe lirsl leam lhis year.
Born: London, England, November 20,
l924. Class: Junior I. Club: Riding Club.
Favorile Sporl: Swimming. Joan plans lo
go lo college bul she hasn'l had a chance
lo make up her mind yel as lo where she
wanls lo go: however, she does know lhal
she wanls lo be a leacher. Joan came
here lasl Augusl and likes lhis counlry bel-
ler lhan England. She doesn'l lhink lhal
you learn as much in lhe schools over here
bul she prelers lhe leaching syslem much
more lhan lhal ol England.
Conlinued on ne-xl page
Born: MounT Vernon, November 28,
I92O. Class: Senior I. FavoriTe SporTs:
BaskeTball, TooTball. Hobby: Building model
aircraTT. AmbiTion: AviaTion mechanic.
College: Parks Air School in ST. Louis, Mis-
souri. TT any of you wanT To have an in-
TeresTing discussion on model or real air-
planes, sTrike up a conversaTion wiTh PeTe.
He can usually be Tound in The oTTice, as
he is one oT The Tellows who Takes care oT
making ouT The absence sheeT.
Born: MounT Vernon, OcTober 23, l923.
Class: Junior l. Club: lnsTrucTress in The
Dance Club. FavoriTe SporTs: Tennis, danc-
ing. Hobby: Cooking. AmbiTion: To go
Through college and geT married. College:
Middlebury in VermonT. Connie is very
small, 5' 2", To be exacT, weighs IOO pounds,
has gray-blue eyes and reddish-blonde hair.
Those characTerisTics coupled wiTh a win-
ning smile make her one swell liTTle girl.
Born: Brooklyn, AugusT l7, I922. Class:
Junior 2. Clubs: Biology Club and Dance
Club. Favorife SporTs: FooTball and danc-
ing. Hobby: Plays around wiTh chemicals.
AmbiTion: Surgeon. College: Pennsylvania
STaTe. Bob is abouT 5' 9" wiTh brown eyes
and black hair. He has a swell sense oT
humor and can Tell a joke wiTh The besT oT
Born: BosTon, AugusT 30, l923. Class:
Sophomore 2. Clubs: Riding, l-li-News.
FavoriTe SporTs: Horseback-riding, swim-
ming. Hobby: CollecTing small boTTles
lempTy, oT coursel. She has quiTe a nice
collecTion, Too. AmbiTion: PsychiaTrisT, or
auThor. College: Duke or Wellesley. Monna
wriTes a column Tor The Hi-News which is
usually okay. She's abouT 5' 4", buf looks
much Taller: has very black hair, deep
brown eyes and haTes people wiTh bad
manners. Address: ConTidenTial. Tele-
phone number: DiTTo.
Born: New York, SepTember 30, I923.
Class: Junior l. FavoriTe SporT: Swimming.
Hobby: STamp collecTing. AmbiTion: Re-
search worker. College: Cornell. Phyllis is
a biT on The sTudious side, buT she's noT
a book-worm. She's oT medium heighT and
has a nice personaliTy.
Born: New York, AugusT I6, I922. Class:
Junior 2. Clubs: PresidenT OT Ping-Pong
Club, PresidenT oT O. R. Reps., Junior An-
nual EdiTorial STaTT. FavoriTe SporT: Base-
ball. Hobby: Coin and sTamp collecTing.
AmbiTion: ReporTer. College: Colby, 'way
up in Maine. Joe's average hangs around
nineTy all The Time, buT he's noT a "greasy-
grind" by any means. AT Nichols, Joe won
a S5 prize Tor scholarship: besides, he has
his TirsT year honor pin. Joe shamelacedly
confesses ThaT he likes To acT The comic:
as if we didn'T know ThaT already.
A blue black gown,
STudded wiTh silver sTars,
A crescenT golden moon in her dark hair
And The nighT descends.
A paTTern oT lace and pink Tleecy clouds.
AgainsT her lighT blue gown,
A shining yellow sun encircling her Tair head,
And The day arrives.
Girl MosT Likely To Succeed
A long whiTe Trail is blazing beTore Olive Simmons wiTh The word "success" aT The end. AT The
presenT Time she is a member oT The Biological Club, a Tyrone Power worshipper. and a bookworm.
In addiTion To Those varied inTeresTs she also likes swimming, Tennis, and dancing. She inTends To
enTer diplomaTic service Tor her liTe's work. We hope Olive, in addiTion To her TirsT, will also realize
anoTher ambiTion-To Travel and see The world. T A, .
Boy MosT Likely To Succeed
lvlarTin DorTT's inTeresTs are decidedly on The scienTiTic side. A member of The AsTronomy Club
and I-Ti-News Business Board now, he wanTs To go To Ivl.l.T. and Then become an engineer. However,
he wouldn'T obiecT To being an army oTTicer in The chemical warfare deparTmenT. lv1arTin collecTs
TimeTables and sTamps: his TavoriTe sporTs are TooTball and soccer. WiTh all This he sTill Tincls Time
To be an acTive Boy ScouT leader.
MosT Popular Girl
IT is hard To imagine anyone as delicaTe-looking as CharloTTe Morse could be so viTally
inTeresTed in aThleTics. A member oT The Riding Club, girls' baskeTball Team, Tormerly oT The Dance
Club, she also Tinds Time To Teach dancing To a group oT girls. Her acTive inTeresT in Tennis is proven
by The TacT ThaT she was runner-up in The girls' TournamenT. "Teddy" plans To aTTend Duke, and
aTTer ThaT To sTudy nursing.
' ConTinued on nexT page
MosT Popular Boy
William TricheTT spends his school Time as a member oT The swimming Team, band, and Dance
Club. OuTside, he spends his spare Time collecTing Bob Crosby records and indulging in his peT
hobby, Tishing. I-Ie also likes swimming and skiing. Perhaps This love Tor skiing is whaT links him To
The snow-covered slopes of DarTmouTh. Bill has noT yeT chosen his career, buT we know he'lI be
successful, Tor he has "whaT iT Takes".
BesT Girl STudenT
By all who know her, Doris Greengold is Termed "a girl who's going places". She is a member
oT The DebaTing SocieTy, Ping-Pong Club, Girls' BuIIeTin Board CommiTTee, an acTive parTicipanT in
aThleTics, and wiTh all ThaT 'Finds Time To lead The honor roll wiTh a 9721, average. Playing The piano,
swimming, and Tennis engage her ouT-of-school Time. Doris is undecided abouT her career buT wanTs
iT To be someThing "exciTing".
BesT Boy STudenT
Richard Shapiro sTarTed ouT wiTh a bang by winning boTh The Sophomore Speaking ConTesT
and The Tennis TournamenT. I-Ie has since become a member oT The orchesTra and I-Ii-News EdiToriaI
Board. Dick has numerous hobbies: among Them animals, phoTography, sporTs-and collecTing ArTie
Shaw records. Since he is one oT The Tew who mainTain a consTanT average oT 957, or beTTer, Dick
should have no Trouble in geTTing inTo his chosen college-I-Iarvard.
I like besT The simple Things
The sound oT song-The beaT oT wings
,- JI, like besT The Things ThaT soar
On wings oT TaiTh-Trom shore To shore
Back To me.
I like besT The Things'so pure
As uTmosT love-Those moods so sure
OT ecsTasy. '
I like besT The perTecT bonds
OT child-oT peaceful Tronds
CLASS OF 1941
To the Undergraduates from the Class of 1939
Now fhaf we are worldly-wise and so much fhe more infelligenf affer four years of
a high school educafion, perhaps some of our hard-earned experience will help fo make fha
remainder of your school years more successful.
Be acfive in exfra-curricula acfivifies-fhey pay dividends in developing your per-
sonalify, increasing your collecfion of friends, and are, incidenfally, very effecfive on college
enfrance applicafions. Doing homework, 'rhough if now seems merely one greaf frial and
fribulafion, is really an opporfunify for self-beffermenf, for besides aiding you fo learn some-
fhing abouf fhe subiecf, if develops fhe Sparfan in your easy-going souls. Dancing and
movies are a lof of fun, buf if fhey are your only inferesfs, you are slowly on fhe way fo an
infellecfual ruf. lf pays fo read widely and fo lcnow somefhing abouf world affairs - fhen
when you spealc, people will be able fo credif you wifh some degree of infelligence.
We have found high school a grand place-false advanfage of all fhe opporfunifies
if offers you, and you will find fhaf you are gefffing real fun ouf of Davis l-ligh School.
Thou Shal Nol Smoke on School Grounds.
Board ol ducalion properly ends l53 paces below lhe Soulh Wall.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF DAVIS
Thou Shal Nol Chew Gum in Class.
Lilesavers are very good lor sore lhroals. lCoughll
Thou Shal Nol Copy Anolher's Homework.
Homework: whal's lhal?
Thou Shal Take No Food lrom lhe Lunchroom.
Ice cream isn'l a lood, il's an indulgence.
Thou Shal Nol Be Lale.
ll you miss lhe bus, slay home. Beller never lhan lale.
Thou Shal Nol Cul Classes.
ll you can'l gel a cold in a hurry, a headache will have lo do. See lhe nurse lor
Thou Shall Nol Sign Your Own Reporl Card.
A lriend wilh a good handwriling is a lriend indeed.
Thou Shall Nol Leave Texl Books Uncovered.
Sorry, il iusl lell oll. Where have l heard lhal one belore?
Thou Shall Nol Sleep in Class.
P. Gifs and collegiales may ignore lhis one.
Thou Shall Nol Read lhe Hi-News Over a Neighbor's Shoulder.
Wail lill he's lhrough, lhen ask him lor il.
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