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Page 49 text:
ROW 1: Miss Lewis, M. Friedman, J. Posner, H. Levy, E. Hoffman, F. Hymer, W. Hartenstein, E. Corwin, J. Coldline, C.
Masia, F. Bernstein, K. McCahong ROW 2: N. Horine, P. Toven, A. Macy, B. Kronish, E. Schondorf, B. Colbert, R. Harris, S.
Ostrowsky, L. Goldfineg ROW 3: M. Miller, S. Kroll, M. Tucci, M. Enke, L. Sprinz, A. Ostrowsky, H. Benwitt, J. Feld, D. Maxson,
C. Shafbuch, M. Larson, R. Karen, J. Cardillog ROW 4: M. Rusch, C. Scanlon, B. Diehl, C. Shafbuch, V. COPD, J. Bruning,
J. Schmultz, J. Adams, B. Lisker, E. Whitman, B. Freedenberg, D. Licht, T. Prosser, E. Seifman
Yes, these were those helpful GIRL
MARSHALS who had aided you in finding your
classroom, oh so long ago when you were a soph-
omore and Davis seemed a surging mass pushing
from room to room. Assembly programs were
made more orderly and seating arrangements
simpler through the efforts of these upper class
They devoted their ninth periods to li-
brary duty checking the books that left the
library, and they spent part of their lunch periods
making sure that no utensils were removed from
the lunch room. They also joined forces with the
Boy Marshals in an effort to keep lunch students
ufrom aimlessly wandering around the halls Lun-
intentionally' disturbing classes which were in
Under the supervision of Miss Lewis, head
Marshals Betty Freedenberg and Marilyn Fried-
man directed the entire force and managed to
keep the school operating smoothly.
Another one of their many services to the
school was their locker duty. They Mpatrolledw the
halls in the morning after all the other members
of the student body were safely in their home-
rooms. If they spied a girl's locker open they
closed it, thus performing one more service to
the school and earning the gratitude of all with
whom they came in contact.
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ROW 1: R. Kuehner, S. Morgenstern, L. Blanchette, G. Spoll, C. Storms: ROW 2: M. Childs, D. Baker, A. McWhirterg
ROW 3: M. Barrett, F. Baena, D. Klein: ROW 4: R. Oakley, T. Pizzarello, M. Stamm: ROW 5: S. Zeller, S. Ziltzer,
F. Spicciati, N. Sharp, R. Paige: ROW 6: N. Hochman, F. Tilley, E. Camerino, J. Woolf, R. Goldstein, N. Peterson:
ROW 7: R. Minton, N. Lynn, Miss Brown, R. Mann. R. Leaton, J. Barnett, F. Blunt, R. Blair: ROW 9: F. La Sorsa.
G. Snyder, R. Piersall, N. Kerewsky, R. Stewart: ROW 10: F. Fisher, G. Tumer, J. Furman, A. Nagle, D. Sagmang ROW 11:
D. McFarland, L. Coldner, D. Davies, R. Rabkin, J. Klenk, P. Scagnellig ROW 12: S. Rosenberg, R. Pacchiana, R. Schrimmer,
F. Campbell, W. Bard, K. Breskin
O 0Llf'5A6L 6
'al want three volunteers to help at the
game tonightfyou, you, and you." Shades of
214-1 There goes Miss Brown's "voluntary co-
ercion" again. Besides helping at Davis basketball
games, BOY MARSHALS served at the football
games selling programs and helping with the Band
Uniform Drive thus carrying on their tradition
begun in 1915 of service to the school and to the
During the first year of the Marshals, or
Boys' Police, they carried billies CMiss Brown
could use one of them nowj and assisted the
regular Municipal Police with traffic on Saturday
mornings. Wherever there was need then for
police assistance, Mr. Childs and his Boys' Police
were on hand.
The duties of the Marshals have increased
considerably as has their enrollment. Besides
the aforementioned jobs, the Marshals, from
their posts, kept traffic moving smoothly through
the balls, collected attendance cards, and assisted
in the seating of students in assembly.
This year Homeroom 214 also played host
to Supri Prakof-Santisukh, an exchange student
from Siam, and presented him with a gift. They
hope to see him again as he seemed anxious to
return to Mount Vernon.
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Doctor H. R. takes the pulse of Davis every
month through his assistants, the H. R. REPS.
These elected officers represent each home room
and form a useful group for service to the school.
Organized in 1940, the Reps this year took on
their most responsible task to date. ln addition
to representing the students, they tried to help
the school store by advertising and selling the
weekly specials. Having three members on the
G. O. council, the Reps are also in a position to
rectify any student grievances.
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ROW 1: F. Baena, E. Hodge,
V. Copp, E. Kappus, W. Barton, M.
Stancog ROW 2: R. Glickman, J.
Coldfine, B. Kronish, D. Griffin,
L. Coldfine, E. Schondorf, D.
Brown, ROW 3: A. Gross, M. Horo-
witz, A. Lemos, J. Papachristou, A.
Harding, J. Smoleroff, B. Comdeng
ROW 4: B. Karl, K. Gaskins, C.
Schafbuch, B. Diehl, V. Klunder,
D. Rosenberg, Mr. Searle
64Welcome to Davis, your new home for
three years. We hope you will like it here, and
we shall do all We can to help you."
The HOME ROOM ADVISERS, a group
started in 1937 by Miss Lewis, have, indeed
proven to be a great source of help to new
Davisites. This year, many of them joined a new
home room of Sophs only.
They also gave the Sophs a party called
wllhe Sophomore Saluten. Entertainment in-
cluded a one-act play, NAnge1 Child", put on by
the Dramatic Society, two movies, and a com-
ROW 1: L. Spears, H. Levy,
E. Kassel, J. Morace, I. Robinson,
R. D'Onofl'rio, E. Skrabonj, J. Nides:
ROW 2: J. Smoleroff, F. Baird, B.
Sturtevant, T. Joachim, P. Alper,
C. LaGuardia, M. Goldberg, J.
Surtes, J. Petrillo, L. McFadden:
ROW 3: A. Saliola, L. Mulaire, B.
Colbert, J. Kuver, J. Boggi, M.
Rusch, J. Morace, M. Werber, ROW
4: M. Murphy, H. Ben-
Witt, B. Freedenberg, J.
Burwell, S. Rabino, B.
Jones, I. Usdan, C. Craw-
ford, R. Buongiorno, B.
Weidtg ROW 5: L. Wein-
berg, J. Adams, M. How-
ard, A. Profke, N. Horine,
P. Libby, C. Peckham, M.
Dillon, M. Copeland, A.
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