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Ro-u' I: R. Ostuni, E. Shallow, W. Spalding,
Nofw J: Mr. Sundernmnn, T. Tymons, R. Mar-
genau, Row 3: H. Hussey, R. Murray, M. Man-
cuso, W. Weinrod, Rofw 4: B. Miller, E. Burdi,
Nl. Haul, sl. Coleman, J. Haden
Smlnl: D. Stamm, H. Hussey, Slafdifzgz R.
Lynn, A. Klatsky, E. Goldberg, D. Samuels
CHESS TEAM URAILROADSM
TO NEW HEIGHTS
During U g
an interesting experience. Under the leadership of Mr.
Sundermann, faculty adviser, the club took several trips
to the model railroad exhibit in Pelham and to the New
York Central Railroad yards at Harmon. This club
had one of the most interesting topics to consider, each
of us was thrilled the first time we saw a snorting
steam locomotive and wondered what made the wheels
Another experience which had always mystified the
majority of us, was the radio. Here at Davis we had a
club which studied this interesting gadget. The fel-
lows, under the watchful eye of Mr. Buckle during
the fall term, and Mr. Rappaport in the spring, took
apart and rebuilt radios and built others from scratch.
The group also studied other aspects of radio and elec-
tronics with the hope of eventually becoming "hams"
or famateur radio operatorsj.
Everybody was puzzled by the queer names and
movements of the chess men used to such good advan-
tage by the team. For the third year in succession, the
team has won the VVestchester Interscholastic Trophy
Cup. Of the ten games played with the county high
schools, K'Pop" Phillips' team won nine. They also
played the VVard Leonard Electric Company, scoring
5-5, and planned to challenge a New York high
school team. The following boys comprised the team:
Captain, Arthur Klatskyg Richard Lynn, Daniel Sam-
uels, Eugene Goldberg, Donald Stamm, and Harold
the past year the Railroad Society had many”