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Many is the time when a new, trembling sophomore
wanted to seek advice from someone other than a teacher
who might frighten him out of existence. Who was right
there to answer the questions and give aid to a bewildered
newcomer? Of course it was the Home Room Advisers.
A girl has been chosen from each home room to act as a
guide and counselor to green sophomores who have been
overwhelmed by the intricate system of Davis. Une of the
Hrst bits of advice a Home Room Adviser gives is to let
the new girl know exactly where the boys, locker room
is, and to tell her not to proceed to the lunchroom by 11
certain stairway, no matter how
many boys tell her that it is the
only wayl These helpful ad-
visers also sponsor a semi-annual
dinner to get the girls acquainted
with one another. Any sophomore
will tell you that the Home Room
Advisers are indispensable!
A representative group con-
IDENTIFICATION fupper lefrj
Rolw I: S. Levitt, D. VVilkins, C. Kelly,
S. Hirshberg, M. Rosenthal, Row 2:
J. Goldberg, L. Alper, A. Meltzer, M.
Schulz, M. Collins, Bliss, M. Stein-
IDE NTI FICATION flower leftj
Row I: P. Alston, B. Coleman, D.
Mahalik, F. Sambel, M. Trenti, D.
Calabrese, P. Purchio, A. Jetter, Miss
Lucchese, A. Auriemma, Row 2: G.
Lumia, S. VVeiser, Goldstein, B.
Levy, E. Moore, L. Manna, M. Lorus-
so, M. Tarantino, M. Jannssen, M.
IDENTIFICATION Cupper riglirj
Row I: M. Jacobs, L. Howard, B.
Howard, M. Retullo, H. Schienmann,
C. Rhoades, Grillo, E. Stumberg,
R. de Bruyn, C. McMillan, M. Mc-
Rae, Roiw 2: A. Hargrave, L. Haupt,
D. Hagenbuckle, G. Rutherford, A
Vasiliou, A. McGovern, Messerole,
R. Hudes, T. Jost, B. Buist, E. Neid-
it-k, I Geoffriang Row 3: B. Gold,
S. Sanders, R. Nagle, W. Sullivan, S.
Frezza, S. Orlando, Kaufman,
Knafel, R. Schwartz, Rofw 4: T.
Neely, M. Bael, Halpern, R. Dobbs,
R. Slofe, L. Bonus
Inr1NTII'IcATIoN flower rightij
Rofw I: D. Merola, M. Pielli, B. Mc-
Fadden, A. Jetter, L. Alper, M. Osh-
man, E. Schecter, A. Hubbard, E.
Camerino, Row 2: M. Weidt, P.
Weidt, P. Foley, Perkinson, M.
Richards, B. Lockwood, B. Wingberg,
R. Hudes, L. Rosenberg, Row 3:
C. Smith, D. Perkinson, P. Emmel,
J. Meserole, M. Lorusso, Miss Lewis,
M. Hengge, Wilson, P. Kelly, B.
sisting of one member from each home room got to-
gether to form the Home Room Representatives. This
is a democratic group, whose function is to receive com-
plaints or suggestions for the bettering of Davis. Then,
at regular meetings, they vote on these ideas and submit
them to the G. O. for final approval. This democratic
system resembles very much our own federal govern-
fnent and is a means for further school representation. Be-
sides this, the reps sell boosters for school dances and tick-
ets to G. O. plays and shows. Although Davis congress-
men engage in heated battles, they never use filibustering.
O. R. REPREsEN'I'A'r1vEs
HOME Room ADVISERS”