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ROW 1: M. Cronin, C. LaGuardia, L. Hoey, D. Branner, N. Hochman, R. Harris, M. Maccoby,
M. Harris, D. Klein, S. Morgenstern, B. Goldstein, E. Swallow, B. Mitchell, F. Stolmaker, ROW 2:
S. Knoll, J. Surtes, P. Peyser, B. Wehbring, C. Masia, N. Robison, D. Slote, T. Warm, E. Yavelow,
L. Tyor, H. Levy, A. Kulka, S. Rashkin, M. Maccoby, D. Leaf, ROW 3: .l. Smoleroff, M. Werber,
N. Taft, R. Bael, R. Zambrano, M. Copeland, J. Honeck, M. Barrett, C. Victorsohn, M. I-Iudes, V.
Balaban, J. Feld, B. Cronin, Mr. Cohen, ROW 4: L. Lotz, S. Boone, L. Goldner, J. Barnett, C. Wolf,
F. Baena, N. Wosstroff, R. Mann, S. Harris, M. Cohn, N. Lynn, D. Licht, G. Rona
Cuckoo? Who's Cuckoo? Why the HI-
NEWS, of course! Not all the time or it would
never have been able to walk away with first
honors at the Columbia Press Convention each
year, but the annual April Fool's Issue was cer-
April Fool's Day came in with a bang this
year as the bright orange uDazed Lo-News" was
distributed to the students. The paper featured
many unusual stories. Perhaps you remember
the article uChink Foils Brink," which had a
half page picture of the former's notorious auto-
mobile in front of the freight yards with uban-
dits" Cliff Storms and Frank Spicciati 'cshooting
it out," or maybe you recall the picture of Davis
going up in smoke as a result of a direct hit from
At the Columbia Scholastic Press Con-
vention Martin I-Iarris, Editor-in-chief, was chair-
man of a forum 'iMake-up in a School News-
paper". Several other members of the uI'Ii-News"
Staff participated in the discussion along with
student editors from all parts of the country.
All the members of the staff were permitted to
attend the convention, which lasted for three
days. On the last day, a luncheon was held at
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City at
which the Sunday Editor of the NEW YORK
TIMES spoke to the group.
From little acorns big oak trees grow, and
the MO1'acle", the infant Hi-News, started in 1900
as a semi-monthly journal. But an energetic
EDITORIAL BOARD could not be kept down.
Within a few years, its publication became a
monthly journal, containing news, literary work,
sports stories, and even gossip. When the name
of our school was changed to Davis High School
in 1933, the uOracle" went through a metamor-
phosis and emerged as the A. B. Davis uI'Ii-News".
In order to get all the work done in its
proper place, the present Editorial Board was
divided into four main sections-news, feature,
sports, and make-up, with Mr. George Cohen,
Davis teacher, as the faculty adviser.
This year, for the first time since the
MI'Ii-News" has been in operation, the paper
changed its size and make-up. The six-page, four-
column edition was no more, but in its place
was a more effectively printed four-page, six-