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

 - Class of 1944

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MUSIC MAKERS l,is1enT XVhat are those sounds emanating from the large auditorium? Perhaps they are the groans of students suffering the after-effects of re- gents . , . but no . . . upon opening the auditorium door, we are greeted hy an impressive sight: any one of Davis' three musical organiza- tions is practicing and perfecting its talents for future public performances. Many Hne musicians. some of whom are already professionals, make up the BAND. ORCHESTRA and CHOIR. There is George Douglas and his vibrant saxophone. and over there at the piano are Dick Hyman and Charlotte Stolmaker who really make the ebony and white keys fly. 62 Or. perhaps, it is a rehearsal of Mr. Nielsen's all-girl chorus. which boasts such soloists as Gloria Muddell, Margaret Pfeiffer, and Kirsten Hansen. This group has brightened many as- semblies with their performances. Then again the band might be responsible for the musical reverbation. For, with Mr. l.icht supervising, it meets twice a week to prepare for the big events of the season. Their peppy marches and handsome Maroon and White uni- forms have greately enlivened football games and aided in cheering our team on to victory. They have also responded willingly to calls "beyond their usual line of duty." Their great' perfor- mance at Proctor's for the war loan rally was a typical reply to these calls. The rally featured such specialists as Eddie Riznyk and his singing clarinet. John D'Angelo and his Xylophone. and Donald Rhind. who revived many old favorites on his accordion. Or it might be the orchestra which is response ihle for the music. Every Tuesday and Thurs- day we can watch the orchestra rehearsal-some 50 students-under the baton of Mr. Nielsen. We may watch the flying bows of viiolinists such as concert-master Otto Menzel. or assistant con- ductor Sarah Bates, or we may see the agile- tingered flute players such as Dick Sagman. We may also watch and listen to the accomplishments of the puffing trumpeters. husky drummers. and energetic trombonists. They practice tirelessly for P. T. A. concerts, graduations and rallies. In the future when the fanfare of trumpets or the melodious strains of a song greet your ears. you may know that the Davis musical swing shift is going full force. INDENTIFICATIONV-Cliopl Drum Major. P. Emde: Row I: XV. Matteson. K. Fischer. R. Michaels, R. Schneider. F. Danneniann. YN. NVilson, S. Marshall, I.. Simon. S. Rosen. IJ. NVarner II. Nklatsky: Row 2: XV. Mazzarella, P. Moore, M. Sands, O. Desimone, J. Butterworth, R. Carnahan. H. Fichtner. C. Bossert. H. Benwitt. M. Scharpman: Row T B. Schiffman. C. Rashliin. R. Dehruyn, C. Gedney, I. Murray. A. Taylor. E. I,eaton. W. Smith. Oppenheim, M. Millett: Row 4: Ulrich, C. Renneman. II. Season, D. Aitken XV. Barest horn. A. R. Sagmen, R. Neane. B. Alperin. D. Haas. . J. Krauskopf: Row 5: S. Nork. R. Spring Truer. F. Frainli, A. Hoffman, Il. Zimelis, I?. Hussey, B. Haldane. P. Perry. D. Theall. .I. C'.irlin. Row l J. McRae. IDFIXTIFICATION Uvliddlel urpoint, Rosencranz. P. Small. R, tts, H Knafel. M. Bernstein, R. Miller. 1 i : H. P Snyder, N. Rucian, Pr. Oberlander. 0. Menzel. l. Brown. S. Ba ' B . R. Bowm n. C Haddon, M. Dunkel. I., Ryder, ll. Miller, S. Barrow, T. Lisker: Row Z: C. Bossert, I.. Simon. D. Theall, H, Fichtner. M. Frillett, R. Sagnan. XV. Attwood. R. Snylier, .I. Butterworth. R Ile Bruyn. Ii Fraioli. XV. Y.Vilson, S. 'Mock. H. I.arxen. W. Matteson, If. Benford: Accordian: G. Priestley: Drums: A. Taylor. R. Carnahan: Piano: R. Requa. F. lindforv, C. Stolmalxer. IDENTIFICATION lBottoml Row lr N. Sposato. I.. Manna, B. Iioster. J. Kendig, J, Benedict, C. Billipp, M. Williams. R. Hovey. M. Barrows. R. Stubing. J. Simpson. R. Tappert. D. Sea man: Row 2: A. Jackson. F. Hughes, S. Archibald J. Cerchiara. A. I'IoH'man. H. Valeri. lf. Van Dusen, M. I Russell. C, McClanahan. J. Krivda. I. O'Toole. J. Nor- done, E. Rich, J. l.loyd, A. McGrath, Ii. Doscher. M. l.innick, M. Gurekunst, J. Muenzen, Ci. Sienias J. Repath. M. Pfeiffer: Row 3: M. Premutn, J. Zuzzolo. I. Coon, K. Davenport, S. Doyle, B. Johnson. M. Higenholham. M. Reichert. I.. Andrew. K. Ilansen. J. Reynolds, ll. Buist, Y, Goldstein. B. Rinnick. B. Fowler. V. Magag nos. XV. Studivant, C, Haddon, I. Grifnn, A. Vasiliou. II. XVeisberg: Row 4: P. Enrico. C. Battaglia. I Rolh. J. Smith, S. Sodcrbcrg, C. Smith, J. Butterworth. N. Santastasi, M. Schuler. P. Emdc. C, Garniss, II. Pusco. J. Abbiati. B. Macri, R. Zabelle, R Levine, C, Renn-rf mann, H. Watsky. R. Bors. J. Intili. A, Miller. R. l.ev- don, Mr. Nielsen: Row 5- R. Leone. R. Glueclt, F. Werber, A. Schassberger, T. Zekov, If. Ri1nyk, A. Zuckerman: Al the piano, E. Iibeling,

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