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

 - Class of 1944

Page 77 of 100

 

A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 77
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POPULAR PASTIM ES l'or those boys and girls who are sincerely interested in stamp collections, a welcomed opportunity in the form of a STAMP Cl,UB has been established. Under llonald Sohn, its most recent President, the exchanging. selling and auctioning of stamps have netted astonishing results and also gained worthwhile experience for th: student. Other items that have found their places on the program are the contests and quizzes that are held quite frequently. The members are discovering that from these and the actual handling of stamps. new and exciting facts are being continually uncovered outside their prescribed curriculum. The club has agreed upon admitting not only those students acquainted with stamps, but the many others who have plans for starting their own collection and are anxious to gain some knowledge beforehand. llll-N l'lIilt .XTION - tTopl llow I Mr Avery. ll Miller. li. leone, IW ldr, ll. Sohn, A. llciihrlt, XX' Solomon. lx Rosenberg, Row I li. Neave. ll l't1arro, l lleulovil. ll llaslrr. li. Yan Schoouhoveu. ll Van Sthoouhoveu I' lrukriman. ll. hold. The wild and woolly days of Cowboys and Indians are buried deep in history books. but every so often someone like Miss lieaster, sponsor of Davis' MARION, lETTli CLUB. stages a production that makes those days really live. lfor the miniature heroes and heroines of the dramas presented by her club are exact replicas ol' the real Indians. These marionettes were made by Miss lieaster with the help of authentic XVestern Indians. The ntemhers of the club, twelve in all, act as stage- crew and directors. as well as the men "behind the stenesu who "pull the strings." This group is in constant demand: it is called upon to give benefit performances. and to entertain various local and school organivations. The members give gen- erously of their effort, and provide much popular enter- tainment. Il3IiNTIl It :YIIUN tlalul-ll.-1 Miss It-aster, V. Magagnox. II Small, R. lat1. I5 Knoeplvte. ll Vrrnprr, A Taylor, XV. Samlvraus. A. Marrano, l'. Small. R. levine. tIlll:tfK MAl'li-Y-T T After the smoke of battle had cleared and the record of the matches had been tabulated. the Davis Chess Team was pronounced the county champions. Under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Phillips, the Chess Team has traveled the length and breadth of Westchester. taking on all challengers. XVhite Plains. Scarsdale, Pelham and Bronxville represent only a few of the victims of our hard-bitten quintet. These stalwarts, cream of the CHIZSS CLUB. obtained their places on the team wholly through their skill. The other members of the club, those not on the team. content themselves by engaging in fiery contests among them- selves. lt is a rare thrill, indeed, when an unobtrusive club-member downs one of the confident masters on the team. XVhen this happens. although the occasions are infrequent, the proud victors chest swells with triumph. Cfontinued successes of this lcincl. often place him in the elite company of the Chess Team. By this method. though players come and go, the Chess Team goes on forever. llll Nil ll lt A TIUN lillottontl Mi f'htlltpx AI tiootlrich ll. llulter, ll, Nchuartl l Keulou 'Q Q W 7 no '- ' fs 'Tis :Mouse eww- K - ' Nui - 1 - ,uv Ns ri s.,.,-Q 73

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