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If anyone wanted to have a few gray hairs or
some wrinkles for distinction, all he had to do
was join the MAROON AND WHITE EDITO-
RIAL BOARD. These signs of work and fatigue
were guaranteed to appear. Barbara Brady, the
Literary Editor, and Ethel Tiberg, Co-Editor,
seriously considered going into seclusion in a
cave high up in the Adirondacks where they knew
they couldn't see a calendar with the dead-line
date encircled in red. Co-editor George Linabury,
bent double over the task of proofreading and
records verifying, when mumbling over his work,
might have been mistaken for an inmate of
Grasslands. But-all kidding aside-we had a
swell bunch of workers who, when dead lines be-
gan to loom on the horizon, buckled down to
good hard pen shoveling.
Hildegarde Mayer, our hustling Art Editor,
kindled sparks of fire from that prolific producer
of cartoons, Bob Muson. james Skerritt and Hil-
degarde vied with one another for the honor of
producing the division pages.
Ronnie Schneider, Sports Editor, kept the ball
in motion, I mean the ball-point pen-, and
Typist Editor loan Levine. with her loyal co-
workers, Frances Buhrig and Irene Solomon, kept
the steady rat-a-tat of busy little woodpeckers
on our two Maroon owned typewriters.
We had some poets, but didn't know it, until
the day loan Kroll, at one sitting, rolled a poem
off the assembly line, the gem found on page
sixteen. And Barbara Brady, gifted artist as well
as journalist, not to be outdone by loan, pro-
duced an entertaining poem about fashions,
which you will enjoy if you turn to page 68.
Loyal hard working toilers not shown in our
group photo were Leda Polinger, Irene Solomon,
Barbara Lewittes, janet Bliss, Bill Weinrod, loan
Kroll, and Doris Rutherford, who deserve more
than casual mention for their hard work.
This book would not have been possible with-
out the assistance and help of our two advisers,
Miss Nourse and Miss Quinlan. We wish to thank
them for the many hours of work they gave to
us to make possible the publishing of this book.
MAROON AND WHITE EDITORIAL BOARD lBeIowI
Row I: H. Mayer, B, Brady, P. Fox, G. Linabury, E. Lan-
dau, R. Schneider, I. Levine, Row 2: I. Mayo, E. Buhrig, M.
Sanese, I. Barnett, L. Bartolotta, Miss Nourse, sponsor, L.
Bonus, R. Hudes, M. Calcaterra, G. Myers, I. Bernstein, I.
Skerritt, I. Craine, D. Schwartz, S. Gelband, B. Stier