Abraham Lincoln High School - Landmark Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1934
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GABRIEL R. MASON, Prin.
Dedicaled To Jrhe memory of Michael
Siegel-beloved friend and adviser,
whose life, consecraled To Jrhe cause
of man's educalion, inspired all who
knew him wilh a love of 'lrulh and
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SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS
MARY C. McGINNiS ARTHUR I-IIRSCI-IBERG FLORENCE WEISIBERG
ADELINE COSTELLO BERTI-IA COI-IEN DORA ZEIGER
RAY S. TI-IAU DANIEL G. KRANE RUTH MORRISON
MABEL STIMMEL FRANCES LIPSCI--IUTZ
You graduaTes of January, l934, have been Taced during your high
school days by Tour years oT The devasTaTing economic depression. You
have been saddened by The Tragic scenes in your own household: you have
been grieved by your uTTer helplessness in The siTuaTion. I am Tully aware
of all ThaT you have suTlered: yeT even Though you may deem me hard
and cold, I do noT piTy you. I know Tully well oT The hearTaches you have
endured, and The Tears you have shed, yeT I do noT sympaThize wiTh you.
RaTher do I Tind comTorT in The realizaTion ThaT you have been Through a
gruelling TighT and have come ouT unscaThed. RaTher do I reioice be-
cause you have borne The brunT of The baTTle and have come ouT vicTori-
ous. The besT Tempered sTeel is Tashioned in blasT Turnaces aT whiTe
heaT: The TinesT oT porcelain is Tired in ovens exceedingly hoT. You have
been moulded by The sTress and sTrain oT The greaT upheaval and are The
beTTer Tor iT in manhood and womanhood. IT our youThs, a golden decade
ago. were bless, indiTFerenT, imprudenT and maTerialisTic, you, in direcT
conTrasT, as The resulT oT your biTTer experiences, musT needs be serious,
resourceTul, courageous. selT-relianT and idealisTic.
All This is oT The pasT: buT whaT oT The TuTure? WhaT can you acTually
do? You can do much, if you will only realize your laTenT poTenTialiTies.
You young men and women are The hope oT The world: you are The only
ones who can unTangle The sorry mess in which The world now Tinds iTselT.
You have sTrengTh: you have enThusiasm: you have power: you have vision.
IT is my sincere hope and TervenT wish ThaT you will make The mosT oT
GABRIEL R. MASON.
SENIOR PREFECT TEACHERS
DOROTHY J. KNOEPLER ABRAHAM FEINGOLD MORRIS GOODMAN
SIDNEY WEINSTEIN DORA ZEIGER ADELE S. KESSELMAN
LEAH EPSTEIN EUGENE STEINHARDT SAMUEL STEINEERG
LEO WEITZ LAZARUS E. MARKS
DINNER TENDERED TO THE FACULTY OF
THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF JANUARY, I934
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Cali "Fornoni" a D"lYla'res" "Greene" Gage Plums
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VIGIL AT ARMS
ln lhe hallway of +he college l love hangs a beaulilul piclure ol a knighl' selling
oul from his caslle on his advenlures. ln if +he arlisl' has succeeded in embodying lhe
lofly idealism of knighlhood. The gradualion of The Class of January '34 recalls 'rhis
inspiring piclure fo my mind, because associalion wilh you has confirmed my beliel
fha+ in each boy and girl in lhe "+eens" 'rhere is al leasl a slrain of +ha+ idealism.
I lhink of lhis piclure, loo. because graduales are so oflen described as k'iigh+s
going forlh 'ro Till' againsl' challenging condilions. The acceplance by youlh ol
'lhis poim' of view, leads, al ils bes+, 'ro an ennobling enfhusiasm. A+ ils
worsl, il lends +o unreasoning demagoguery. ln +his conneclion, l am reminded of
anolher piclure of a knighl. I+ is 'rhe one in which +he knighl' seeks lo make sure
lhaf his own soul is ready and H+ for 1-he high endeavors awailing him. lf +he world
is lo be The finer for your presence, if will be necessary for you fo be marked by lhis
same consislency. You will have fo keep conslanl walch on your own minds and
souls. By so doing you will assure clear-Thinking in place of demagoguery: you will
be dislinguished by 'rhoughllul discriminalion. ralher lhan by lhe wholesale denuncia-
+ions of +he self-sfyled "liberals:" inslead of proclaiming lhe "free lull life" which is
slavery +o 'rhe baser aspecfs of man's nafure. you will counsel adherence 'lo high
principles of conduct for lhe shallow headedness 'rhal passes under lhe much abused
'lerm of "broadmindedness," you will subslilule a scrupulous regard for principle and
Tha+ you may have 'rhe courage lo lollow such a course of aclion is my afleclion-
are wish for all my young friends who are leaving Lincoln. Bolh for The enrichmenl of
your own lives and of lhe communily of which you are a parl, l hope 'rhal your cour-
age will be +he beauliful and lasling sorl 'ro which allusion is made in Louise Imogen
Guiney's challenging lines:
While Kings of elernal evil
Ye'r darken lhe hills aboul
Thy parl is wi+h broken sabre
To rise on lhe lasl redoublf'
MARY CAMPER Mceimmis.
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ENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
CLASS NIGI-IT COMMITTEE
SepTember II-The sun was jusT rising above The Parkway as The Senior caughT
sighT oT The building. Joy surged Through his body. Approaching, he peculiarly
experienced a TleeTing momenT oT senTimenTalism. However, on crossing The Threshold
he visualized The unmiTigaTed pleasures which lay before him is Those Tinal Tive
monThs. From Thence, evenTs moved rapidly.
The pupils discovered Themselves in an embarrassing siTuaTion on Tinding "mixed"
preTecT classes. Whereupon, The girls appeared more alooT and sophisTicaTed, and
The boys decided upon using a more exTensive vocabulary, and also in subsiding in
The hereToTore graceTul movemenTs oT "chalk-heaving." Seniors became "senior
minded" and vehemenTly resolved To hold The prom aT The WaIdorT-AsToria, and com-
mencemenT aT Madison Square Garden.
During The course oT The week, pupils became The hearTiesT supporTers oT The
N. R. A.-a school holiday had been announced: and, a selT-appoinTed delegaTion
oT seniors, Frances Cohen, Irving Berger, Hy SmiTh, and Morris Engleman saw "l'm
No Angel" aT The ParamounT, in quesT oT a suiTabIe audiTorium Tor commencement
The Timely Jewish holidays on SepTember 2l-22 gave Mrs. STimmel an oppor-
TuniTy parTly To recuperaTe Trom 'her TirsT conTacT wiTh The seniors. Said she, "I can
recognize a senior aT The oTher end oT The hall, and l see The "darlings" in my
AT The second senior assembly, The candidaTes Tor oTTice were "exhibiTed" To
The criTical scruTiny of Their classmaTes. The Tollowing clay, ArThur Lackman, Harvey
STone, Helen Lockwood, and Lenny TeiTeIbaum were elecTed PresidenT, Vice-PresidenT,
SecreTary, and Treasurer, respecTively. The vicTors ceIebraTed, as The "dark horses"
remained in dark spoTs.
OcTober was ushered in wiTh The iniTial meeTings of The Senior Council and The
Landmark STaTT. The principle ouTcome oT The Senior Council meeTing was The
suggesTion To broadcasT all TuTure meeTings under The TiTle oT "How To spend a guieT
aTTernoon." The "Big BerTha's" were Sid Lieber, Mickey Baievsky, and Seymour
BernsTein. ATTer careful deliberaTion in The Landmark meeTing, The sTaIT relucTanTIy
relinquished To Miss Zeiger The conTrol oT aTTairs. Miss Zeiger Took coTTee, no cream,
no sugar, and we suspecT, Two aspirins, Tor The purpose oT arriving saTely aT home.
IT was during This monTh ThaT a prominenT Teacher made a sTarTling discovery and
publicly declared, "All seniors is dopes."
However, The imporTanT evenT in OcTober was The issuance oT reporT cards on
The 26Th. ShorTIy aTTerwards, many seniors were reporTed To have invesTigaTed
regulaTions Tor The program of The following Term.
WiTh The elecTions of oTTicers in The honor socieTies and various organizaTions,
The seniors proved Their meTTle by capTuring pracTically all The highesT oTlices. In The
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
ArisTa, The oTTicers elecTed were Anne Mehlman, Alex STeinweiss, and BeTTy GoldsTein:
in The Arkon, Frank CriTasi and ArThur Lachman, PresidenT and Vice-PresidenT: oTTicers
in The Club Council were Frances Cohen, Reuben Ginsberg, and Sylvia Zeligman: in
The Service Council, Frank CriTasi, Hy SmiTh, Frances Cohen, and Morris Engleman:
Sid Schlossberg, SecreTary oT The AThleTika, and BeTTy GoldsTein, SecreTary oT The
On The TirsT OT November The seniors sTreTc-hed Their imaginaTion To Their uT-
mosT in heroic aTTempTs To recognize Themselves, as The phoTographic prooTs were re-
Turned. For The nexT Two days, The represenTaTives oT The ArThur STudio were given
warm recepTions by The seniors who regisTered complainTs.
To be seen aT The TooTball prep rally on ElecTion eve were Loris Rader, Roslyn
Levine, Lillian LeaviTT lThey drove upl, Arnold Simon, William Taubin, Frances Cohen,
Selig SmiTh, Sylvia STein, The ever bas'hTul Abe Levine, and many oThers. SiTTing To-
gether, ArThur Lachman, Lenny TeiTelbaum, and Harold Bassen unsuspiciously and
ThankTully accepTed passes To The Globe TheaTre proTerred Them by Jerry Marrus.
During The show, Lenny recalled seeing The picTure in l9IO. The day aTTer, Jerry
Marrus was observed slinking Through The corridors.
NexT in The Senior's hecTic exisTence came Class NighT. The audiTorium was
Tilled and The audience inTenTly awaiTed The drawing oT The curTain. They Tully
appreciaTed whaT Tollowed, and The superb acTing oT The casT in boTh "The PaTch-
work QuilT" and "WanderlusT" was noTed by all. The casT Tor The TirsT play included
CharloTTe Rosenblum, Roslyn Levine, BerTha WeinsTein, HerberT NemeroTT, and Harold
PelTer. ln "WanderlusT," Those parTicipaTing were Maxine Green. Roslyn Allenson,
Harvey STone, Ralph SpiTzer, Herman Kass, and Paul CasTelli. The celebriTies were
presenTed in a novel manner by Harold Albaum and Irving Berger. The remainder oT
The program consisTed of The presenTaTion oT The various giTTs, and selecTions by The
As The seniors and Their guesTs leTT The building, a spiriT oT joy mingled
wiTh ThaT oT a relucTance To leave, prevailed.
The second-Third reporT cards were given ouT in The second week in December.
Senior preTecTs puT in orders Tor unusual quanTiTies oT red ink, and Howard Saronson,
"snooper" on The Landmark STaTT, reporTed IIO4 cases oT exTreme melancholia.
Many seniors inquired abouT The possibiliTies oT a reTund oT Their dues.
Teachers aT This Time 'announced reviews Tor exams. Upon The sTrengTh oT This,
sTudenTs warily removed Their undusTed TexTbooks Trom The lockers.
C'hrisTmas approached rapidly and sTudenTs swore To sTudy Tor exams. However,
during ChrisTmas sTudenTs swore buT did noT sTudy. Seniors spenT The holiday in pre-
paring Tor The prom.
January 6Th, The nighf of The Prom, was The highlighT in The Seniors' socal liTe.
This aTfair was anTicipaTed wiTh The greaTesT enThusiasm imaginable, and, Therefore,
was very insTrumenTal in The paymenl' oT dues.
And so The Senior boy, fresh from his shower, and The Senior girl a Trifle Tired
from her elaborafe painsTaking in dressing, buT, neverfheless, joyous and eager,
enfered The KnighTs of Columbus To be greefed by The melodious music of Merrill
Hughes and his orchesTra.
True To The Lincoln TradiTion, iT was raining, which made The affair seem more
homelike. Under The influence of The semi-formal cloThes, The behavior of The group
was more or less dignified, and iT was difficulf To know aT a glance wheTher iT was a
Teacher or a sTudenT whom you were so warmly greeTing. Such was The aTmosphere,
ThaT The "Lindy" was "diminuendoed" down To a slow walTz.
SpoTIighT dancing was feaTured during The evening, and The mosT delighTful of
all The surprises were The beauTiful dance favors which were immediaTely puT away
as memenTos. Groups formed around The floor. From The balcony, The onlookers
could see a moving mass of blending colors as The seniors danced abouT. When mid-
nighT approached, The floor slowly began To clear. By I A. M. The Prom was a Thing
of The pasT.
The enTire- class spenT Sunday Thinking whaT They should say They dud afTer
The prom. On Monday, every senior sTouTly mainTained ThaT he goT home afTer four
in The morning.
Closely following This memorable evenT was Class Day on January IlTh. The
commiTTee, headed by Maxine Green, prepared an enferfaining program. ln The
morning red badges were disTribuTed and were proudly displayed by every member
in The class during The enfire day. Seymour BernsTein acTing as Dr. Mason, and
Maxine Green acfing as Miss Cohen, Took over The assembly. Arfhur Lachman gave
an inTroducTory speech, and Then a varieTy program wiTh Monroe CurTis as. masfer
of ceremonies was presenTed. Those ThaT conTribuTed To The enTerTainmenT of Their
classmafes were Rose Delia, Selma GoldsTein, Rosalind Allenson, ArThur Rudnick,
Maurice Hollander, and Loris Rader. The affernoon was danced away To The music
of crooner Monroe CurTis and his orchesfra.
The nexT Two weeks were devofed To The preparafion of The RegenT's Exams.
Seniors "buckled" down To work and each was adequaTely rewarded by receiving in-
viTaTions To cornmencemenT.
And so, January 3lsT finally arrived. The lasT Time The seniors would be To-
geTher as a group. UnderneaTh Those smiling faces were heavy hearTs, and many
eyes were dimmed by Tears. SiTTing on The plaTform and lisTening To The speakers,
all had The same ThoughTs. They were reminiscing Their days spenT aT Lincoln. The
recessional having sTarTed, each was broughf back To The presenT by remembering
The facT ThaT he was now an Alumnus.
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Kallisira, Sec. of G. A. A., Cuiling
Squad, Jr. Healilw Council.
"The cynosure of all eyes-
The observed of all observers."
SAMUEL BRA 9 ,,- uisan
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e head of the Soccer Team.
ROSE AGINSKY, 2824 Hubbard Slreel,
Sec. fo Miss Cosiello, Sec. lo Mr.
Zinman, Sec. Off. Class.
History tells, and you'll recall, great things
are done by mortals small.
MILTON AINBINDER, 225 Fosler Avenue,
Service Squad, Pres. lsifirian, Fool-
ball Team, Chairman Prom Commis-
Roses are red, violets are blue,
I like me, do you?
HAROLD ALBAUM, I35 Bay 25 Sh-eel.
Hobby Club, Biology Club. Cargoes,
Lincoln Log, Arkon.
"Coarse jocojty catches the crowd,
Shakespeare and I are often low-bro'wed."
RUTH ALBERT, 3735 Poplar Avenue, Ser-
vice Squad, Baskefball, Swimming
"She gets on s'wim11zingly-."
NETTIE ALDOCK, 2831 Wesl 29th S+ree'r.
Historical? No! Hysferifall
HELEN ALDRIDGE, III9 Easf I3 Slreel,
Slenography Office. Sec. of Orliicial
Class, Personalily Club.
Our authority on Yin-Yang.
LEONA ALEXANDER, IO94 Eas'r 4+I1
S+ree+, Service Squad. S+udy Hall
Squad, Hislory Dramaiic Club.
Truly an Alexander-
ROSALIND ALLENSON, 433 East 2
Sirreel, Arkon. Capir. Laie Squad.
Service Council, Class Nig-h+.
"A rare combination: An alert mind plus
RUTH ALTER, 722 Orient Court, Sec. to
Miss Cohen, Geography Club, Ser-
We can't "alter" her knock.
MILDRED AMBUSH, 384i I8 Avenue.
Sec. to Grade Adviser, Class Treas-
urer, Swimming Club, Lunchroom
JULIA ANCONA, 2046 Ocean Parlcway,
Short Story Club, Puppeteers Club.
There's a merry twinkle in her eye.
MOLLIE ANCONA, 273 Avenue P, Ac--
tor's Club, Riding Club, Sec. to Grade
Can't knock Mollie.
ANNETTE ARAK, l3O Throop Avenue,
Personality Analysis Club, Swimming
MILDRED ARNOVITZ, 293I West 2I
Street, Sec. to Mr. Pargot, Sec.
English Ottice, Commercial Lincioln-
ites Club, Dramatic Club.
Just another one of those shy demure girls.
ARNOLD ARONS, I686 42nd Street,
Pres. ot Camera Squad, Field Band,
Napoleon was small too! CSo what?J
BELLE AST, l827 East 2nd Street,
Psychology Club, Theatre Club, Sec.
to Mr. Friend, Nature Club.
Is there anything you want to know? Ast
FRANCES BACHMAN, 3Ol7 Ocean Park-
way, Sec. ot Science Class.
S0 what? No knock!
ABE BACKERMAN, 3IO9 Hubbard Street,
Pres. ot Class in Clinton, Fencing
Team, G. O. Representative in Clin-
ton, Pres. ot Class in Clinton Club.
Clinton's representative to Lincoln.
DOROTHY BAGNALL, IIO Neck Road,
MEYER BAIEVSKY, 2209 Coney Island
Avenue, Track Team, Swimming Team,
Rifle Team, Maior L. Club.
In these halls of learning,
For freedom always yearning.
SOPHIE BARASH, 3022 Easf 7'rh Slreef,
Swimming Team, French Club. Spawish
Club, Sec. 'ro Mr. Freedgood.
Trim, Slim, Vim.
JESSYE BARTLETT, I377 Easr 4'rh Sireer,
Arisra. Reorganizalion Commiiree,
Pres. Accounfing Club, Hockey Club.
No "accounting" for Jessye's activities.
HAROLD R. BASSEN, 3821 Aflaniic Ave-
nue, Landmark Siaff, Sec. 'ro Mr.
Krane, Class Pres. Council, Service
Mr. S. J. CP. Morgan? Lapedos -l- Harold
X.Y.Z.:a zero for Harold.
SIDNEY S. BEER, 2860 Wesi 3O+h Sfreei,
Biology Squad, Service Squad. Maih
Club, X-Ray Squad.
Even stronger than 3.2
FRANCES BENANTI, 4OI4 Ibih Avenue.
The queen was in the lunchroom,
Counting out the money.
HAROLD B. BEN'ARY, 58l Wesf lfilsf
S'rree+. N. Y. C., Annex Cafeferia
Squad, Spanish Play of I93l.
MAX BENECK, 8I7 48+h S+ree+, Golf
Squad, French Club.
A hole in one is his fondest desire.
ANGELO BENEDETTI, I89 29'rh Sh-eef,
Service Squad, Calereria Squad, Sec.
+o Mr. Medine, Lincoln Barris+ers.
He'll never need a ladder.
WILLIAM IBOBBYI BERG, 372l Neplune
He's Can icej Berg.
HELEN BERGEN, 38 Orange Courl, Ten-
nis, Piano Accompanimenl, Baslcelball,
Rackets are her specialty-
Tennis and piano.
IRVING BERGER, ll8O 46+h Sl'reel', Pres.
of Debaling Sociely, Landmark, Lieul.
of Service Squad, Senior Council.
Berger, Smith, Crifasi, Inc.
ISIDOR BERGER, 3068 Wesf 2nd Slreel,
Soccer Team, Glee Club, Varsily Club.
His hair acts as a "Stop" signal
For opposing soccer teams.
HELEN BERKOWITZ, IO36 Easl 4+l'1
Slreel, Firsl' Aid Club, Swimming
Club, Baslcelball Club, Tennis Club.
Her motto,-"I canftg but I'll try."
DAVID BERMAN, l5I0 Ocean Parkway,
A fervent advocate of co-education.
ISADORE BERMAN, l838 Coney Island
"Will you remember me?"
sYLviA PERMAN, 277 Nepiune Avenue,
Sec. in Record Office, G. O. Rep.,
Frenclw Club, Bolany Club.
Sylvia and her art
Are never very far apart.
DAN BERNSTEIN, 932 Firsl' Courl', Supply
Squad, Varsily "L" Club, A+l1le+ic
"Brother, can you spare a dime?"
LEO BERNSTEIN, 2025 Easl 7+h Slreel.
Service Squad, Lunch Room Squad,
Study Hall Squad.
MALCOLM BERNSTEIN, 6I8 Ocean Park-
way. Math Club, Math Help Class,
Mathematical Mal. Reads his Log. Travels
in circles, and goes 017 on a tangent.
ROSE BERNSTEIN, I534 West 8th Street.
Arista, Program Committee, G. A. A.
l-louse and Ground Committee.
Rose, by any other name is just as sweet.
SEYMOUR BERNSTEIN, 849a 46th Street,
LaCrosse Varsity Team, Service
Squad, Mr. Wilson's Sec., Senior
"Versatility" his middle name.
JACK BERSHAD, 3002 West 3rd Street.
All work and no play makes "jack."
MURIEL BLAU, 42 Bay 34th Street, Span-
ish Ottice, Swimming Club, Sec. to
Morlesty is the keynote of her character.
NETTY BLISOVSKY, 3lOO Lakeland Place,
Sec. in Program Ottice.
She speaks the speech trippingly.
FLORENCE S. BLOOM, i328 East 9th
Street, Library Squad, Orchestra, Car-
goes Business Statt, Arkon.
The Library will be jilled with gloom,
bereft of its most cheerful Bloom.
HENRY BLUMX, 3l2 Darby Street,
Service Squad, Che s Cl , Aviation
Club, Library Squad. 3 bi
A budding aviator
Watch Henry Blume.
ADELINE BLUMENTHAL, 24 nue O.
Sec. Mr. Gotttried, Sec. in Sten.
Ottice, G. O. Rep.
Good sense was her dictator
And she transcribed perfectly.
MURRY M. BLUMENTHAL, 9l7 Avenue
K, French Ottice, Tennis Squad,
The name means "flower valley."
MARIE BONAFIDE, I467 42nd Street,
Ari Weaving Club, Sec. 'ro Mr. Gotl-
lried in General Office, Firsi Aid
Artistically inclined, with knowledge com-
NATHAN BONTZ, ZIO6 Easl' 4iI'1 Sireel,
Service Squad, Mimeograpln Squad,
Sec. +0 Miss Birnlcranlz
Gone, but not forgotten.
PHILIP BOTTFELD, 4-2I Calm S+ree+.
Interclass Activities-Going from one class
BEATRICE BOXENHORN, 2830 Wesl l9+h
Slreel, G. O. Store, Tennis, Sec. in
English Office, Sec. in Record Office.
Silence is more eloquent than words.
MILTON BRANDELL, ll96 Neck Road.
Arisla, Arlcon, Siudenl Pal'rol, Re-
Page Simon Legree!
DAVID D. BREIN, II7O 5OIlI Slreei, Ari
Squad, Mimeograph Squad, Clnemis-
+ry Club, Service Squad.
A man who knows his limitations.
FRED BRENNER, 48l8 E. 48th Slreel,
Tlweaire Club, Service Squad, Library
Squad, Luncliroom Squad.
Toe, not tap, danfing.
BEATRICE BRESLOFF, 929 5O+lu Sireel,
lsiI'irians, Dancing Club, Swimming
"The gentle mind by gentle deed is known."
JERRY BROFMAN, L. A. S. Siage Squad,
Plny. Squad, Aviairion Club, lvlailw
The Stage is set .V
SIDNEY BROOKS, 23l Briglml' Waler
Courl, Senior Council, G. O. Council,
No connection with babbling brooks.
JEANNE BROSKOWITZ, 730 Avenue U,
Eco Club, Sec. in Sfen Office.
The eyes have Hit".
MILTON BROWN, I846 Wesf 5+h Sfreef.
Tourisf Club, Pres. Council, Spanish,
A man after his own heart.
SARAH BROWN, 3024 Wesi' 2nd Sfreef,
Glee Club, Sec. in Accounling Office,
Sec. Hisfory Office, Sec. Record
Sarah's one arnbition is to rise to ihe
heights of S' Z".
SYLVIA BRUSSOW, 2340 62nd Sfreef,
Glee Club, Sec. 'ro Mrs. Schulman,
Sfudy Hall Squad, Dollars and Sense
She sings bank notes best.
MARTHA BUCHMAN, 2523 Elmore Place,
Arisfa, Library Squad, Dramafic So-
ciefy, Jr. Mafh Team.
Modest possessor of a happy blend,
These two qualities, student and friend.
LARRY BUNIN, 2972 Norfh 3rd Sfreef,
Sec. Hisf. Office, Prinfing Squad, His-
Even too modest to write a knock.
JEAN CALDIERO, I97 Avenue U, Baskef-
ball Club, lfalian Club, Welfare Club,
Beware of her contagious smile.
SALVATOR CARANGELO, I87 29'+h
Sfreef, lfalian Club, Capfains Club,
Boxing Club, Dollars and Cenfs Club.
Bright, yet the name is Sal, not Sol.
THELMA CASPER, 6208 Bay Parkway,
Sec. fo Dr. Rider, Sec. fo Miss Triss,
Sec. fo Mr. Rasiman.
'Twould mar that ladylike dignity to lift
PAUL CASTELLI, I462 Coney island Ave-
nue, Lieufenanf of Service Squad,
Lieufenanf of Lunch Room, lsifirians.
MARIE CATOGGIO, 2l44 Homeworlc
Avenue, Italian Club, Slrudenl Relief
Rep., Halian Welfare Club, Tennis
ANNETTE CHANSON, 3l3O Easl' IO'rh
Sfreei, Pinafore, Pirates of Penzance,
lsiiirians, Dancing Club.
Can't lose 'by taking a Chans-on this one.
AURELIUS CIANFLANE, l2OI Orienlal
Boulevard, Geology Club. Radio
Always getting down to rock-bottom.
GERTRUDE CEITRIN, IIO8 52nd Sheet.
Sec. Miss Winkler, Sec. Mr. Gold-
bloom, French Club, Sketch Club.
With paints and crayons she always works,
Much ambition within her lurks.
ALFRED CLARK, 2566 Easf I2+h S+ree+,
Baseball, Squad Leader, Running
Medal, Running Broad-jump Medal.
On the courtliand on the jield, Al's motto
is never to yield.
ALEX COHEN, 3030 Nathan Sireei, Glee
Club, Medical Club, Chemical Club,
Maih Club. '
He has more clubs than a cavenzan.
RNARD COHEN, I872 47+h Street,
Service Squad, Baslceiball Squad,
he jumps high enough
He'll reach his goal.
DOROTHY COHEN, 8022 2ls'r Avenue,
Senior Aris+a, Landmark Sialii, Avia-
+ion Club, General Office Sec.
Scholar, Athlete, Service-What not!
EVELYN COHEN, 22I6 East 7+h Street,
Handball Club, Tennis Club, Sec. to
Mr. Wolf of The G. O. Siore.
Watch for Pepsodentis next ad,'
E'velyn's smile has become the fad.
FRANCES H. COHEN, 3I8 83rd Sireef,
Sec. fo Dean of Girls, Pres. of Club
Council, Sec. of Service Council,
It's not a Cohen-cidence, that Frances is so
HARRY COHEN, ZOII Mermaid Avenue,
"We are such stuff as dreams are made on."
IRWIN COHEN, 39l6 Neplune Avenue,
Dean's Office, Class Sec.
"Four out of five have it"-the name Cohen.
ISAAC COHEN, 2724 Hubbard Slreei,
Pan-American Club, Spanish Club,
Dollar and Sense Club, Handball
"Climb not too high, lest the fall be greater."
JANE COHEN, 3OIO Ocean Parkway,
Arisia, Kallisla, Arkon, and Program
"The mirLd's the measure of the man."
LARRY COHEN, 2985 Ocean Parkway,
Assislani Capl. of Service Squad,
Member of lsilirians, Member of
G. O. Council, and Member of La-
He thinks S. S. Van Dine is a steamer.
ROSLYN COHEN, 3034 Ocean View Ave-
nue, Frenclw Club, Sec. To Mr. Orgel,
Tennis Club, and Personalily Club.
The last of the Cohens.
WILLIAM COHEN, l6Ol Wesi 2nd Slreel,
Pres. Council, Senior Council, Civics
Father calls me William, sister calls me Will,
Mother calls me Willie, but the fellows call
DONALD E. G. COLE, IIO Easl 8'rl1
Slreel, House and Ground Commil-
'lee, Class Pres. Council, G. O. Repre-
We warm up to Cole.
MURRAY COLLINS, 578 Easl 2nd Slreel,
Service Squad, Traffic Squad, Library
Worrrk, Worrrk, Worrrk.
JOSEPH CORN, Service Squad, Soccer
Team lVarsi+yl, Traffic Squad, Capi.
Siudy Hall Squad.
Joe Corn nowg Pop Corn ater.
GRACE J. CORRENTI, 2956 Wes+ 3rd
S+reei, Spanish Club, Panamerica
Club, llalian Club, Art Weaving Club.
"A violet by a mossy stoneg half hidden
from the eye.
DOROTHY J. CORSON, 2940 Ocean
Parkway, Sec. Miss Ritchie, Swimming,
Shy and demure.
ANNA CRESCENZI, 2962 Wes? 23rd
Slreei, French Club, Economie
Geography Club, Piano Class.
"Loquafity storms the ear,' but modesty
takes the heart."
FRANK CRIFASI, 44-i8 Forlr l-lamilion
Parkway, Pres. of ihe Arlcon, Capt.
oi +he AHendance Squad, Capt of
ihe Siudenl Palrol.
"Crifasi, Berger and Smith incorporated:
Tap Dancing Our Specialty."
MONROE CURTIS, I2l5 Easf IO+h S+reel',
Service Squad, G. O. Show.
The Rudy Vallee of our class,
Finds that tests are hard to pass.
SAL D'AMBROSlO, 236 Lalce Sirreel.
Quiet and Conservative ? ? ? ?
ELLA DATRE, I3II Glenwood Road, Sec.
+o Miss Garrett Punchball Club,
Claims she never uses rouge.
ROSE DELIA, 633 Crawford Avenue,
Arkon, Pres. of fhe Halian Club, Pres.
of ihe Girls Glee Club, French Club.
Her singing is divine, and her work is just
INEZ DE LISSER, 3738 Neplune Avenue,
Service Squad, Sec. +o English Office,
W-hat would I do with size,
When I nan do so well without it?
ESTELLE DEMON, 208l Easl' 4+h Sfreei,
Firs+ Aid Club.
She can't make up a rhyme,
It's only art that occupies her time.
ANNA DENGEL, 1952 53rd Street, Sec.
Lincoln Graplnologists, Basketball,
"She's just an uncommon secretary."
BERNHARDT DENMARK, i542 West 7tl'1
Street, Clremistry Squad. Physics
Squad, Study Hall Squad.
He dispro-ues the quotation "There"s some-
thing rotten in Denmark."
JENNIE DE SARO, I822 West 5th Street,
Quite neat, short and sweet.
ANN DESIMONE, I558 West 9th Street.
Sec. to Mr. Denenholtz, Sec. to G. O.
Store, Costume Club.
When in school. '
MILTON DEUTSCH, I9l8 Mermaid Ave-
nue, Economics Club, Dollar and
Cents Club, Zoology Club.
Always in Deutsch.
MILLIE DIAMANT, 669 East 5tl'1 Street,
Program Committee, Sec. Program
A lady at all times.
HYLDA'DlAMOND, 3395 l2th Averue,
Sec. to Mr. Zinman, Service Squad,
What a gem!
MILDRED DIAMOND, 740 46th Street,
Arkon, Class Pres. Council, Prom
Com., Library Capt.
Vigor, vitality, vehemence, 'vim
Mildred? memory will never grow dim
JOSEPH Di BONA, 29 Box 22nd Street,
Glee Club, Floor Managers' Squad.
In his mind there will always be
Dreams of the places he wants to see.
MURIEL DICHTER, 28I7 West 3Ist Street.
Sec. to Mrs. Weitz, Sec. in Record
Office, Basketball, Hockey.
BERNARD DILSON, 35I2 Mermaid Ave-
nue, Glee Club, S'hor+ Slory Club,
Avialion Club, Floor Manager Squad.
He has something in common with Clark
CLAIRE DOLLINGER, 2953 Wes+ 3rd
Sfreer, Shorr Srory Club, French Club,
O. O. Rep.
It's all Claire to us now.
JOSEPH DORFMAN, 4324 4-Th Avenue.
Sec. in English Office, Sfudy Hall
Squad, Lalin Club.
Alwoysffl doing his homework.
HELEN DORN, 2050 blslr Slreel, Sec. 'ro
Miss Cohen, Sec. lo Mr. Feingold,
lsiririans, Sec. +o G. O. Office.
ffame the rosy fingered 'tDorn".
ATHANASIUS DOVAS, 5l2 Neck Road,
Malh Club, French Club, Glee Club.
WANTED: a person to pronounce his first
CHARLOTTE DRUSS, I83O Easl 8+h Sheer,
Program Commifree. G. O. Repre-
senrarive, Pageam' Club.
She looks demure and almost shy,
But note the twinkle in her eye.
LILLIAN DRUSS, I83O Easl 8+h S'rree+,
Sec. in The G. O. Olhlice, Pres. of
House and Ground Commi'Hee, Span-
ish Club, Poefry Club.
A curly crown and eyes of blue,
A smile for you, and you, and you.
HAROLD DUBOW, I444 43rd S+ree'r, Ar+
Squad, Arr Ediror of Log, Ari Edilor
of Cargoes, Slceich Club.
We Dubow down
Before his Artistic Ability-
ROSALIND DUBOWSKY, 4402 I2+h Ave-
nue, Personalily Club, Orchesfra, Ten-
nis Club, Baslcelball.
Pretty, Peppy, and Brunette,
She'll make a hit with the smarter set.
ARTHUR EDELSON, l302 Avenue K,
Arthur will never forget the pickles and
DIANA EISEN, 3202 Wesi 32nd Slreei,
Tennis Club, Bank Rep., Hockey Club,
A rfEisenJ young lady.
RUTH ELLERSTEIN, I774 58'rl'i Sireel.
Kallisla, Arisia, G.A.A., l.uncl1room
A willing worker, a 'very true pal, an all
around athlete is this Arista gal.
RUTH ELLIS, 2377 83rd Slreei, Hebrew
Club, Senior Council, lvlalli Club.
Her 'wit is sharp.
BEATRICE ENDELMAN, l2l2 Avenue Y.
Siudenf Courr Office, Cargoes Rep.,
Cuirfing Squad, G. O. Rep.
Bee-all honey and no sting.
MORRIS ENGELMAN, 207 Owl Court,
Mimeo. Squad Officer, G. O. Council,
Senior Council, Commencemenl Corn-
He worked his way up from the basement
FRIEDA FARB, 3805 I5l'l'1 Avenue, Pro-
gram Comm'iHee, Sec. in Program
FarQbD it from us to knock her!
REBECCA FARBER, 200 Bay 22nd Slreel,
Sec. oi Cargoes, Accounting Club.
The model for Tarkingtorfs heroine of
MORRIS FASHINSKY, 2345 82nd Slreeli
JORDINA FEIGLIN, 618 Ocean View
Avenue, Program Committee Sec.,
Glee Club, Dancing Club.
Jordie is not a dressmaker but she keeps
the elass in stitches.
ABNER FEIN, 2966 Wesl lsi' Sfreel,
Dean's Office, G. O. Rep., Sec. in
Laiin Deplr., Prinling Squad.
Abner Fein time. Wish you were here.
MARVIN FEIN, 2I42 68th Street, Arista.
Arlcon, Student Court, Orchestra,
As years roll by, and character is judged,
All will agree MARVIN is still FEIN.
RUTH FEINSTEIN, 5009 I Itb Avenue, Sec.
to Mr. Spear, Student Court, Student
Weltare, Swimming Club.
We welcome her within our rank
Because she is sincere and frank.
RUTH FEIT, 2866 West 33rd Street, Sec.
Always ready with a smile,
Or to stop and chat awhile.
NAT FELDHAMER, 3OI7 East Sth Street,
Service Squad, Mimeo. Squad, Sec. to
Mrs. Batclwlcer, Mr. Orgels Squad.
Nats to you!
LEON FERNBACH, I396 Ocean Parkway.
"Under the crust of things that die,
Living unfathomed, here am I."
CHARLOTTE FIEDELBAUM, I547 East 8th
Street, Sec. to Dr. Rider, Medical So-
With chestnut hair.
MARY FINE, 4l7 Brightwater Court,
Arlcon, Usher Squad, Late Squad, Sec.
to Mr. Lambert.
This Mary has her Lambert.
LEONARD FINESILVER, 2l52 East l7tl1
Street, General Science Club, Stamp
Good as Gold.
MIRIAM FISHEL, 2453 64th Street, Sec.
to Dr. Taylor, Glee Club, Member ot
House and Grounds Committee.
"Grow old along with me.
The best is yet to be."
AL FISHMAN, l532 East 5tl'1 Street Annex
Representation tor O. O, Council,
Just the right "type"
JEANNE L. FISHMAN, 2l48 blsl Sireel,
Lincoln Log, Annex Siaff, Gerrran
Club, Library Siafi, Traveler's Club.
Who says you have to be a professor to be
SARA FISCHMAN, 2l29 Easl I4+l1
Street, Sec. +o Mr. Zinman, Sec. of
Prefeci Class, Sec. in Attendance
Quiet and shy even though she doesn't try.
SYLVIA FISCHMAN, I9I2 Bay Ricge
Parkway, Landmark Staff, Sec. +o Mr.
Rosen, Sten. Office, Sec. to Mr.
Beneath her words burn a fire
Of ardent :zeal for somethin higher. f
ABR M , 4I ri,
+ .ln O ii Handl-IGEI
, Soccer. I l -
"'1nterelass' by himself." "'
NICHOLAS FRANCHI, 2305 82nd Street,
Wrestling, Tumbling, Football Squad.
Was this the face that launched a thousand
GLORIA FRIEDMAN, 2876 fWes+ 2Is+
Street, Sec. To Mr. Joseph, 6. O.
Store, Sec. in G. O. Office, Sec. to
G. O. Office, Sec. +o Miss Garre++.
"Had I half a crown a day'
1'd spend it all upon thee."
HELEN FREEDMAN, 3044 Ocean Park-
way, Arisfa, Arkon, Service Council,
Sec. +0 Mr. Berman.
Service is her middle name.
SYLVIA FREILICHER, 2992 East 3rd
Sfreel, Pres. of Personality Club, Sec.
to Miss McGinnis, Pres. of Museum
Hour Club, Tennis Club.
What versatile people these mortals 'be.
GERTRUDE FRIEDMAN, 87I4 2ls+ Ave-
nue, Puppefeers, Ari Weaving Club,
G. O. Store, Glee Club.
Lo've's labor's lost on teacher, Gert.
HAROLD FRIEDMAN, 2l85 85'rl'1 Sireel,
Allrendance Squad, Lunclwroom Squad.
l-lislory Club, Medical Club.
Just like a philosopher, he knows every-
thing about nothing.
SAUL FRISHMAN, 2929 28+lw S+ree'r.
Not too bad and not too good,
ALBERT R. FRITZ, 8622 22nd Avenue,
Biology Squad, Lunclwroom Squad,
Glee Club, Microscopy Club.
He's bugs about bugs.
CECILIA FRUCHTER, 590 Linden Boule-
vard, Avia+ion Club, Slceiclw Club, Ari
Squad, Cargoes Rep.
JUDITH FRUMKIN, I79I Easf 2nd S+ree+,
Sec. of Personaliiy Club, Glee Club.
A little thing, and full of fun
We'll cheer for Judy against anyone.
WILLIAM FUCHS, 3039 Easl' 4+l1 Slreei.
What? No knock?
TOBIAS FUNT, 264 Avenue O, German
Club, Medical Club, Sec. of Class. '
All set to take the Hippocratic Oath.
AL FUSCO, I849 62nd Sireei, Class Pres..
They don't make a fuss about Fusco for
VIRGINIA GARDNER, 923 I-lu+chinson
Couri, Swimming, Tennis, Baslceiball,
For pep and fun
She ran't be beat.
JEROME F. GARLICK, 2IOl Ocean Park-
way, Band and Orchesfra.
A saxophonist, not a musician.
STELLA GEANEAS, l65l Wesi llih
S+ree+, Pres. of G. A. A., Kallisia,
Senior Council, G. A. Council.
An All-Around Athlete.
MEYER GELFAND, 3002 Wesi' 28+h S+:-eel,
Tennis Team, Supply Squad, Chemisiry
"What's the use of worrying?"
LOUIS l. GERSHOWITZ, 2049 7l sl' Sl'reel',
Service Squacl, Physics Club, Travel
Club, Assisianl' Manager of Couniry
"I object to knocks," says Louis.
MILTON GESPASS, I27O Easf l9+h S+:-ee+,
Lincoln Nuiriiionisis, Class Aihleiiczs.
A guy that gets credit for eating.
AARON M. GILLMAN, l35l Easi 8'rh
Sireei, Library Squad, Cafeieria
Squad, Dean's Office Squad, Firsl Aid
Ambition-to be an Alumnus.
ESTELLE GINSBERG, 68OI Bay Parkway,
Sec. +o G. O. Office, Sec. Accounling
ANNA GINSBERG, 753 4+h Avenue,
French Club, German Club, Sec. in
Siudy Hall, Program Commiiiee.
Anna has a great ambition. Someday to
be a famous musician.
RUEBEN N. GINSBURG, 2045 82nd Sireef,
Club Council, Deba+ing Socieiy,
Why- teachers get gray.
ANN GIORDANO, ZOI9 Wesi 5+h S'rree'r,
lialian Club, French Club, Spanish
NEVA GIULIETTI, I545 Dahill Road,
Neva is famous for her grin.
SIDNEY GLANZROCK. 2467 Easi 23rd
Sireei, Baslceiball, Baseball, Srudy Hall
Squad, Honor Ceriiiicale.
Crosby, Columbo and Glanzrock.
ABRAHAM GLASS, 3018 Eas+ 7+h Sireei.
House and Grounds Squad.
No relation to Herbert, Philip or Carter.
HERBERT GLASS, I78 Beaumonf Sireei,
Capt of Swimming Team.
Alas, so goeth a Lux prodigy!
PHILIP GLASS, 3414 For? Hamillron Park-
way, Maih Club, Baseball Club, Foof-
ball Squad, Handball Squad.
No relation to Herbert.
STANLEY GLASSNER, 2954 Humberi
Sireei, Biology Squad, Biology Club,
Medical Club, Aviafion Club, Chemis-
One of those strong silent men.
ABE GOLD, 22II Easl' 41'h Sireef, Gym-
nasiics, Lacrosse, Boxing, Wresfling.
His knock ought to be a knock out.
HARRY GOIID, 2089 Easi 7+l1 Sfreef,
Fencing Team, Mimeo. Squad, Serv-
ice Squad, Lunclnroom Squad.
Our thrust and parry artist.
LUCY GOLD, 2I7I 75+h S+ree+, Member
of Lunch Squad.
Good things always come in small packages.
SALLY GOLD, 23I Chrisioplfmer Avenue,
Aris+a, Manager of Sfen Office,
Landmark, Log S+ai'i.
Good as Gold.
ANNA GOLDBERG, 2839 Wesf 24th
Sfreeir, Service Squad, Library Squad.
What will Lincoln be without her?
MORTON GOLDBERG, 624 Avenue M,
Glee Club, Tap Dancing Club, Swim-
ming, Caie+eria Squad.
He "trips" the light fantastic.
HILDA GOLDEN, l726 Easi 7+h Slreei,
Orcheslra, Glee Club, Service Squad,
Hilda endorses the N.R.A.
She always does her part.
MORTIMER GOLDMAN, 2078 75+h
Slreei, Alhlelic Manager, Tap Danc-
ing Club, Medicine Club, Service
So at last it's rome to this.
MORRIS GOLDSCHOLLE, 4410 l4+h Ave-
There's an art to writing a knork.
BETTY GOLDSTEIN, l5lO Ocean Parkway,
Edilor-in-chief the Log, Sec. of Arisla,
Sec. of G. O., Sec. of Kallisla.
My candle burns at both ends.
ELLEN GOLDSTEIN, l954 6O+h -Sireel,
Sec. lo Mr. Shafter, Culiing Squad
Pres. Slen. Class.
No knock, no boost, no nothin'.
HAROLD GOLDSTEIN, 705 Briqnlon
Beach Avenue, Traclc Team, Cross
Just call me Hal.
LILLIAN GOLDSTEIN, l5I5 55+h Slreel,
Arisfa, Arlcon, Service Council, Siudy
It's the little things in life that count.
SELMA GOLDSTEIN, I226 Ocean Park-
way, Tennis Coach, Miss Bidsl"'up's
Sec., Baseball Club, Kallisla. L
Going Savage. f
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SYLVIA GOLDSTEIN, l3l9 Briqhion Beach
Avenue, Sec. +o Dean, Glee Club,
Spanish Club, G. O. Office.
"Who is Sylvia? What is she?"
WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN, l3Ol Ocean Park-
way, Mimeoqraph Squad, Track, Fool-
"Behold this dreamer."
HARRIET GOMBERG, 2926 Easl 2nd
Sfreel, G. O. Store, Traffic Moniror,
Sec. Io Mrs. Ba+chIcer.
Everything under control.
RUTH F. GOODMAN, I443 5O+h Sfre-ef,
Tennis Club, Handball Club, Sludenls
Interested always in a Good Man's welfare.
O. GOODSEIT, 2865 Wes'r 22nd Srreel,
Chess Club, Chess Team, Chemis+ry
It's your move now.
SYLVIA GOOTKIND, I995 Ocean Park-
Her smile causes many ad smile.
F gs D N, 1235 Easl io+h
lc , ennis.
char and personality explain her
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AROLD GORDON, 2869 Wes+ 5+h
Sfreei, Service Squad, Ouiside Squad.
A born- story teller.
ARNOLD GRAYZEL, 2Ol3 Coney Island
Avenue, Orcheslra, Malh Club, Serv-
ice Squad, Sec. Spanish Office.
Play, Fiddler, Play!
BERTHA GREEN, 2875 Wesi 2IsI Slreel,
Arisra, Sec. in French Oliiice.
Here's a girl with lots of pep!
MILTON A. GREEN, I608 Mermaid Ave-
nue, Prin+ing Squad, Hislory Club.
Work? Who, Milton?
ESTELLE GREENE, I IZ9 43rd Slreel.
Why no knock?
MAXINE GREEN, I25 Avenue J, Chairman
Senior Day Committee, Sec. to Mr.
Seigel, Senior Council.
Cool as a cucumber but not so green.
BEATRICE GREENBERG. i956 59th Street,
Sec. to Dr. Halpern, Sec. to Mr. Zin-
man, Sec. to Mrs. Schulman.
Always cheerful and content on pleasure,
not knowledge bent.
BERTHA GREENBERG, 2735 Hubbard
Street, Sec. to Accounting Otiice,
Sec. to Mr. Spear, Service Squad,
A real artist she "draws" attention.
FRANCES GREENBERG, 2775 East I5th
Street, Glee Club, Hiking Club, For-
eign Travel Club, Accounting Club.
SAMUEL GREENBERG, 3030 Humbert
Street, Service Squad, Swimming,
Bank Squad, Football.
He takes his Faustus seriously.
SARAH GREENBERG, 2935 West 22nd
Street, Accounting Otfice, Service
A charming personality, we are sure.
RALPH GREENBERG, 3048 East Erd
Street, Service Squad, lntercla
Am I surprised? X
ARTHUR M. GREENSTEIN, 20 B y .S
His dancing is like free verse, his fee get
all mixed up.
DOROTHY GREISMAN, l858 49th St eet,
German Club Otticer, P rson lity
Club, Tennis Club, Cutting qu .
BERNARD GROSSMAN, 304 Ocean View
Avenue, Matti Club, Matti Team,
Always wide awake and snappy.
IRENE GROSSMAN, 266 Bay IOth Street.
Student Weltare Sect., Dental Ottice
Wit, fharm and beauty, a rare combination
IRENE L. GROSTEIN, I5OI Ocean Park-
way, Sec. to Mr. Kautman, Theatre
Club, Sec. to Mr. Spear.
Mr. UD Jacobs said, "Reliable and indus-
MURRAY P. GRUBER, 2767 East I5th
Street, Swimming Team.
Likes to do two things and both of them
PEARL GRUBER, 984 East I5th Street,
Arista, Service Squad, Travel Club,
Latin test? Pearl's best.
NAT GUTMACHER, 2829 West 33rd
Street, Cutting Squad, Aviation Club,
Service Squad, Attendance Squad.
Hc's achieved no Lincoln fame,
Though he's as good as his name.
VICTORIA GUTTERMAN, I559 40th
A woman of few words.
MORRIS HANAN, 23OI 65th Street,
Medical Club, Physics Club, Chemistry
Just a medi-physical fellow.
NAT HANDLER, 2355 Coney Island Ave-
nue, Football, Basketball, Isitirians,
Orchestra, Optical Squad.
JEROME HARBER, I758 East 7th Street.
Service Squad, Attendance Squad,
Study Squad, Cateteria Squad.
Jerry never Harbers an ill thought abou!
SLYVIA HOOTMAN, I202 Ocean Parlc-
way, Sec. to Miss Gottshiers, German
"Who is Sylvia?"
JOSEPHINE HAUPTMAN, 60 Exeter
Street, German Club, Riding Club.
Here's a hammer, knofk yourself.
ROSE HECKER, 3l0O Ocean Parkway,
Arkon Society, Swimming Club, l-louse
and Grounds, G. O. Store.
"Who will buy- my wares?"
MILDRED HELFAND, 6I3 Rugby Road,
Short Story Club, Hockey, Faslion
Neat, sweet, can't be beat.
ROSE HELLMAN, 2263 East 5th Street.
Sec. Miss Bidstrip, Sec. to Miss Berg-
man, Pan-American Club, Tennis Club.
Everything's Rosy when she comes into
JUNE HENRY, 2652 Kenmore Place, Gen-
eral Ottice Sec., Attendance Otlice
She was not born in June, but neither was
JULIA HERSHKOWITZ, 2960 Oak Street.
Sec. in Chemistry Ottice, Pres. ot
Class, Class Night Committee.
Originality, vitality, personality.
JESSE HERSTEIN, 2059 83rd Street, Art
Squad, Landmark Statl.
The Raphael of Lincoln High
Happens to be 'very shy.
MARGARET X. HOCHHAUSER, IO?
Chester Avenue, Landmark, Pres. ot
l-lebrew Club, Dramatic Club, Pres.
ot History Club, Debating Club.
The ,female combination of Aristotle and
ISADORE HOFFMAN, 25OI Mantield
"He's got a lot of what it takes to get
GRACE HOLLANDER, 2l33 East l-ith
Street, Basketball, Swimming, Base-
ball, Chemistry Exhibit Squad.
She "Grams" the athletic jield.
ANN G. HONIG, 577 Kings Highway,
Library, G. O. Slrore, Sec. io Mr. Ball,
Sec. io Miss Bergmann.
So far Ann's been 'very slow
In the art of knowing how to grow.
MORRIS H. HOPPENSTEIN, 2059 7Is+
Sireei, Debaiing Sociel'y, Maih Club,
Shakespeare. He can speak for himself.
FLORENCE HOROWITZ, 963 58+h Sireei,
Cuiiing Squad, Tennis Club, G. A. A.,
An all-round athlete.
FRANK HUTCHINSON, 5l9 Nepfune
Avenue, Handball Squad, Siage Hand
Squad, Dollar and Cenis Club.
Smiling, smiling all the day-,
Sorrow never comes my way.
HARRY HYAMS, 2IO Avenue N, Service
Squad, Orchesira, Lunchroom Squad,
A musician of note.
ZELDA HYMAN, I306 44+h Sireei, Sec.
To Dr. Rider, Psychology Club, His-
'rory Club, Maih Club.
Her modesty doesn't permit her to say more
than she's clever, she's prettyg she's charm-
ing, she's witty.
PETER IMPRESSA, Il4O 49+h Sireei, A+-
iendance Squad, Service Squad.
He can Impressa teacher any time.
ROSE INGBER, I320 44+h S+ree+, Glee
Club, Dollars and Cenfs Club, Denial
That Pepsodent smile.
GERTRUDE ISLER, 2838 Wesi 36+h S+ree+.
English Office Squad, Horseback Rid-
ing Club, Baslceiball Team.
She's not an art weaver but she can make
HAROLD JACOBSON, 2826 Weslr 22nd
Sireei, Service Squad.
ROSE JACOBSON, 2890 Wesl 2Isl'
Sireei, Sieno Speedsiers, English
Office, Personaliiy Club, Lincoln
Ultra-smart in everything.
MORRIS JAFFA, 2927 Wesl' 29l'l'1 Sireel,
Library Squad, Siamp Club.
Jaya see anyone so modest?
VlVlAN JAFFEE, 22l2 Easi 5+l'i Sireel,
Accouniing Club, Accounling Office,
Tennis Club and Vice-pres. of OFFicial
No juggler, but she can balance books.
DOROTHY JANOSKY, 8669 2Oll'i Avenue,
Cvlee Club, Punclwball Club, Gil-l's
Allilelic Associaiion, and Swimming
Without a song the day would never end.
HERBERT JARMOLOWSKY, I684 Wesl
IO+l'i S1'ree+, Fencing Team, Tennis
Team, Volley Ball, and Swimming.
They called him "Senior Yarmof'
CHARLOTTE M. JELLINEK, I527 Easir
2nd Slreel, Swimming Club, House
and Grounds Commiilee, Biology
Trim, Primg Sweet, Neat.
BETTY JOHNSON, 2I lb Dilmas Avenue,
Horseback Riding Club, Pan Ameri-
can Club, and Spanish Club.
No hay de que.
JOSEPH JORDAN, 3722 Avenue T, Siudy
He got one vote as the handsomest boy.
ADELE l. KAMINSHINE, I369 Easl IOH1
Sireei, Arisla, Capl. oi Library Squad,
Dancing Club, Capl. Sludy l-l-all
What officer ever led troops so 'well as our
library captain, efficient Adele?
ESTHER KANAREK, l94l Wesi 7+l1 Slreel,
Baslce+ball Club, Puncliball Club, Ccs-
'rume and Aclors Club, and Tennis
And they say canaries sing.
ADELE E. KAPLAN, I3 Lakeland Place,
Kaliisfa, Varsiry, Baskeiball Team,
La+e Squad, Lunch Squad.
Athlete, scholar, debator supreme,
Extremely versatile it does seem.
BERNARD KAPLAN, IO Oak Couri, Gym
Sec., SI1or+ Siory Club, CI'1ess Club,
Pres. Typing Club.
He knows his ty-pe.
BERNICE M. KAPLAN, ZI46 8Is+ Sfreei,
Sec. +o Miss Cohen, Sec. in Glee
Club, Tennis, Library.
She strikes the right notes.
EVA KAPLAN, 35 Onyx Couri, Vice-pres.
of The Kallisfa, Girls' Aihleiic Coun-
cil, G. O. Council, Baske+baII Team
"I can't remember," says Eva.
HARRIET KAPLAN, I324 Avenue N, Big
Sisrer, Library Squad, Siudeni Wel-
fare Office, Dance Commifiee.
A friend in need is this "Big Sister," indeed.
JACK KAPLAN, 3075 Naiban Sireei,
Budgef Commiiiee, Gill Commiilee,
Eco. Class Pres.
He has enough silence to be a millionaire
ROSE KATZ, 2844 Wesl 3!sI Sireei,
Senior Council, Sec, ro Miss Slewarf,
Vice-pres. of Class.
A quiet and serious miss
But who knows what lies behind this?
MIRIAM KARDONSKY, 2843 Wesl' 5+I1
Sireer, Sec. of Arkon, Arisfa, Judge
Siudenl Couri, Sec. oi Spanish Club.
Good sport, good studentg
Always jolly, always prudent.
ISRAEL MORRIS KASARSKY, I4l2 7'rI1
Sireel, Swimming J. V., Service Squad,
Ailnleiic Manager, Baskeiball Squad,
"Little Man, What Now?"
HERMAN R. KASS, 2044 Easl 4+h Slreei,
Arkon, Sec. in PrincipaI's Orlice,
Prom. Comm., Varsiiy Show.
Barrymore, Drew, and Kass.
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BEATRICE KASSEL, I985 2nd Street,
Service Squad, Tratiic Squad, Cate-
teria Squad, Sec. in G. O. Store.
You don't have to go to Spain,
To find your "Kassel,"
FRANCES KASSEL, I985 East 2nd Street,
Glee Club, Cutting Squad, Cateteria
Squad, Loyalty League.
Fair, charming and most sincere.
BERNARD KATCHMAN, 269 89th Street,
Cross-country, Mimeograp-h Squad,
Better late than never.
GERTRUDE KATZ, I726 East 5th Street.
She may be another Helen Wills
But she's not Moody.
LIBBY KATZ, l553a West 8th Street, Pan-
American, Art Squad, Sketch Club,
Friends, Seniors, classmates,
Lend me your homework.
ROSE KATZ, 2844 West 3Ist Street, Sen-
ior Council, Sec. to Miss Stewart,
Vice-Pres. ot Class.
A quiet and serious miss
But who knows what lies behind this.
RUTH KATZ, 2-4 Nass Walk, Sec. ot
French Ottice. Glee Club.
To call her sweet is quite unfair
Because there's more than sweetness there.
FRANCES KAUFMAN, 502 Ocean Park-
way, Sec. to Mr. Glassman, Floor Man-
ager's Squad, Student Weltare Otticze,
Sec. to Miss Leiberman.
Mr. Glassman's efficiency expert.
SADIE KAUFMAN, I878 48th Street, Ac-
counting Ottice Sec., Bank Rep.
The unojlicial member of the Landmark
WILLIAM KELLERMAN, i428 East E-th
Street, Print Shop, Mimeo Shop.
He approved Russia's five year plan.
FRANCES KIGNER, I545 Easl 5+h Sfreei,
Sec. Io Mr. Spear, Sec. 'Io Mr. Rosen.
If silence is Golden, as sages declare, all
Frances' silence appears in her hair.
SELMA KIMMELMAN, I967 7Is+ Srreei.
Sludy Hall Cuiling Squad, Spanish
She has an extensive Spanish vocabulary.
GRACE KIRSCHENBAUM, 8223 2 I sl Ave-
nue, Dramalic Sociely, Library Squad,
Service Squad, Lunchroom Squad.
She makes a graceful entrance at all times.
ELEANOR KNOPPOW, 40 Argyle Road,
Tennis Club, Psychology Club, Sludy
Hall Office, Record Office.
Silent as the "K" in her name,
Rarely heard but always game.
JACK KOENIG, 29OI Ocean Parkway,
Homework is his middle name.
ALEX KORN, 2858 Vfesl 3O+h Slreel.
SIDNEY KOHLERITER, 29 Pennani Courr,
Library Squad, Member of Lunch
Squad, Sec. +o Chairman of 'rhe
"A little nonsense now and then is relished
by the wisest men."
HARRY KORNFELD, 68I3 2Is+ Avenue,
Baseball Squad, Service Squad, Span-
ish Club, Hobby Club.
That strong, silent man of the Spanish class.
WILLIAM KORNHAUSER, 2I53 7Is+
Strreel, Physics Squad, Chemisrry
The Mad Genius.
EDNA KOSTRINSKY, 29I Brighlon Beach
Avenue, Sec. 'ro Miss Rilchie, G. O.
Store, Swimming Team, Handball
t'Sugar and spice,
And everything nice.
ESTHER KOVITZ, 3I3O Easl 6+-li S+ree+,
Dancing Club, Sec. fo Miss Wakeluam,
Pinafore, Piraies of Penzance, Class
A devotee of Terpsirhore.
AARON HARRY KRAMER, 1550 Easl 7+l1
Sireef, Clwemisfry Club, Maih Club.
Official Class Sec.
Me and Einstein.
LEON X. KRAUSS, l527 Wesf blli Slreel,
Tap Dancing, Boxing Club, Mr. Orgel's
Office Squad, Luncliroom Squad.
X-The unknown quantity.
SYLVIA KRIMKO, 7I2 Ocean View Ave-
nue, lvlember of Accounfing Club,
Service Squad, Sec. 'ro Mr. Zinrnan.
Sylviaiv fharm is no surprise when one looks
into her big brown eyes.
EVA KRONSTADT, 4226 Bedford Avenue,
Pan-American Club, Sec. English
Office, G. O. Rep.
Eve is poor at photography-,
But makes up for it in stenography.
JUDITH KRUMBEIN, l56l 5O'rl1 Sfreel.
Swimming Club, Baskelball Club, Sec.
lo Mr. Gofifried, l-lebrew Club.
Gentlemen prefer 'em.
SYLVIA KURLAND, l577 48+l1 Slreel.
Mimeograpli Office, Hisiory Office,
Silenre gives not convent-Ilnt zips.
ELEANOR KUSHEL. 7020 Bay Parkway,
Aiiendance Office, G. O. Rep., Span-
isli Club, Riding Club.
C harms galore.
DOROTHY KUSHNER, 27l6 Nepfaine
Avenue, Personalify Club, Tennis Club,
Service Squad, Slenograpliy Club.
Every knozfk's a boost they say,
So let'.v knoek her every day.
ARTHUR LACHMAN, 424 Avenue l.,
Pres. of Senior Class, Ass'+ Ediior of
Log, Vice-pres. of Arkon, Judge of
Little is lurking in Larhrnan.
ABE LANDMAN, I836 Ocean Parkway,
Soccer Team, Senior Council, Pres. of
He not only uses his head in Soccer,
But also in making excuses.
JOSEPHINE LANGFELDER, I68O Easf
I7+h Sfreef, Sfudenf Couri' Office,
Sincerity, thy name is Josephine.
GIOSUE LANZA, 47 Bay 22nd Sfreef,
Medical Club, Biology Laborafcry,
Bofany Club, Puppefeers.
He thinks harmonious consumption is a
ADELAIDE LAPIDUS, I4l6 Dahill Road,
Swimming, Baskefball, Sec. fo Mr.
Pargof, Sec. fo lvliss Sclior.
Art for Art's sake.
LILLIAN LEAVITT, 2064 Easf l2+l1 Sfreef,
Baseball, Swimming, Puncluball,
Here's proof that good things don't always
come in small packages.
DAVE LEIBOWITZ, 2942 Wesf 2nd Sfreef,
Service Squad, Traffic Squad, Acior's
Club, Sec. Hisfory Office.
Voted the handsomest lad-was David
HARRY LEIBOWITZ, l95l Coney Island
Avenue, Accounfing Club, Bank Rep.
Harry, Harry how long did you save?
To get that gorgeous permanent wave.
ABRAHAM LEIDERMAN, 2I3O 62nd
Sfreef, Lieufenanf on Service Squacl,
G. O. Rep., Sfudenf Aid Relief,
Rubinof is my closest competitor.
HERBERT LEIVENT, 2108 Easi' 3rd Sfreef,
Aviafion Club. Traclc Team.
Herb and Bing Crosby.
EDITH LEMLICH, I48 Oxford Sfreef,
Orcliesfra, Baslcefball, Dancing, Slcefcli
"I'm busy, I have an orchestra meeting."
SYLVIA LESKIN, 28I8 Wesi I9flw Sfreei.
Syl'uia's too modest to submit a knork.
ANNETTE LEVIN, 2844 Wes? 28+li Sireeir,
Sec. Program Office, Class Pres.,
Senior Class Sec.
Sail on, Annette, sail on.
MARJORIE LEVIN, 2IOl 74+h Sfreer,
Ac+or's Club, Riding Club, Law Club.
Her kingdom for a horse.
ABE LEVINE, I648 4'7'rl1 Sfreer, Foofball
Team, Lunclwroom Squad, Service
Squad, Locker Room Squad.
Go West, young man.
BESSIE E. LEVINE, 5Il Avenue U, Arisia,
Sec. +0 Miss Goeischius, Baslceroall
Club, Swimming Club.
Bessie Q. or Bessie E.
Which one can it be?
BESSIE LEVINE, 2208 Easi 5+h S+ree+,
Arisra, Kallisra, Sec. Mr. l-lirsclwberg,
Bessie Q. or Bessie E.?
DAVID LEVINE, 3066 Easf 7141 Srreer,
G. O. Sec., Supply Squad. ,
DORIS LEVINE, 24l7 Clarendon Road,
G. O. Rep., Sec. +o Mrs. Shapiro,
Dancer in Pinaiore, Class Treas.
Here's one G. 0. Rep that's full of pep.
ROSLYN LEVINE, 2206 Ocean Parkway,
Prom Commirree, Caieferia Squad,
Afiendance Squad, Senior Counclil
She's got.plenty- of assets and none frozen.
SAM LEVINE, 3024 lvy Couri' B. B., Library
Squad, Cliemisfry Club, Hisiory Mu-
seum Club, Team iAnnexl.
He has the brains and power of two,
With enough ability for an entire crew.
LIONEL LEVINSON. 2970 Wes? 3rd
S'rree+, Science Exl'iibi+ Squad.
The Bashful Lion.
SAM LEVITT, lO5O 58+l'1 Sireei.
Sanz! "Levitt Alone."
JOSEPH LEVITZ, 2925 Easl 4+h Sirreel.
Glee Club, Annex English Club,
Behold the dreamer.
CHARLOTTE LEVY, 2053 82nd Sffreet
Aris+a, Library, Lafin Club, Tennis.
A good worker-she's bound to succeed.
SIDNEY LIEBER, l76I 50141 S+ree+, Varsi+y
Baslcefball I93l, Senior Counsel,
Senior Day Commiwuree, Class Pres.
Lieber-Is 'very dear to us.
DAISY LIIAMAA, 2203 5+l1 Avenue, Prini
Shop, Miss Col'1en's Office.
Blonde hair, blue eyes and thoughts that
CLARA LIEBOWITZ, I704 Easl 2nd Sireei,
Sec. io Mr. Draclmman, G. O. Rep.
And still the wonder grew
That one small head could carry all she
BEATRICE LINDNER, I835 49+I1 Sfreelr,
Cafeieria Squad, Handball Club, Bas-
lce+ball Club, G.A.A.
Another proof that the voice with the
SARA LIPPIN, Travel Club, Secreirary in
I29, Psychology Club.
Known for her cheerful smile
A friend worthwhile.
DOROTHY LIVSHITZ, I862 Wesf I2ll1
Sfreel, Handball Club, Tennis Club,
Hockey Club, Baslceiball Club.
At last has been found the Athlete Re-
HELEN LOCKWOOD, 27 Lincoln Terrace,
Sec. of Senior Class, Sec. ol Senior
Council, Sec. in English Office, Horse-
baclc Riding Club.
We knew her when-
JOSEPH M. LOBELSOHN, 2923 Easl' 3rd
Sireef, Maih Club, Physics Club.
A dillar a dollar,
A ten o'clock scholar.
JULIUS LONDON, I744 Wesl Is'r SI'reeI',
Service Squacl, Cafeieria Sqsad,
A singer he was
And a singer he will be.
ELSIE A. LUCA, 2I69 Coney Island Ave-
nue, Iialian Club, Sec. +o Mr. Zinman,
Luca! Here comes Elsie.
FLORA MALLAH, 2833 Wesf 5+h Sh-ee+,
Swimming Club, Psychology Club,
Vice-Presideni of 'rhe Dollars and Sense
Club, Secreiary of 'rhe Fourih Es:'raI'e
Let's dance Flora, not Lindy.
ALVIN MANDELL, 42a Bay 34lh Sireei,
Drawing Club, Harmonica Club,
The budding scientist.
HERBERT M. MANDELL, I35 Bay 25+h
Sireel, Junior Ivlaih Team, Class Pres.
Please make a racket or do something: bad
Or, what knock's to be had?
LILLIE MANTIONE, I533 McDonald Ave-
nue, Travel Club, Accoumking Club,
Swimming, Sec. I'o Dr. Rider.
All the King's Horses and all the
Couldn't make Lillie take Eco again.
EARL MARKOWITZ, 2I64 Ocean Parlc-
way, Foofball Team, Baseball Team,
Service Squad, Capt Club.
Brevity is the soul of wit.
That's why Earl says just a bit.
RUTH MARKOWITZ, 960 5OI'h Slreef,
Handball Club, Psychology Club,
Tennis Club. Sec. in Economics Oi-
A violet by a mossy stone, half hidden
from the eye.
SOPHIE MARKS, 3028 Easf 5+h Sfreef,
Member of Dollars and Cenfs Club,
English Office, Sfen. Office, Bank Rep.
No relation to Karl Marx.
JEROME MARRUS, 2OI2 Easf I2fh Sfreef.
Pres. Law Sociefy, Capf. Eleclfrical
Squad, Capf. Debafing Team, Land-
Sent into the world to be a growing and
CHARLES MASCIALINO, 2837 Church
Avenue, G. O. Sfore.
So quiet he thinks a whisper is a riot.
HARRIET MATTHEWS, 535 Washingfon
Avenue, Sec. fo Miss Cohen, Sec. 'lo
Mrs. Greenberg, Sec. fo Mrs. Mayer,
Member of Glee Club.
Harriet refuses to tolerate the three R's
Rouge, Rowdies, and Roller skating.
ANNA MAUER, IZ46 42nd Sfreef, Arisfa,
Hebrew Club, Baslcefball, Punchball,
Anna doesn't live here Anna Mauer.
NEIL McCANN, IO76 Easf 4l'h Sfreef,
Service Squad, Newman Club, Sec.
in French Office.
For Lincoln High I'll often sigh,
Because I'm such a sentimental guy-.
ROBERT McFARLAND, 4lO blsf Sfreef,
Affendance Squad, Locker Room
Modest, he says so himself.
SYLVIA MECHLOWITZ, 324 Empire
Boulevard, Pres. of Official Class,
Sfen. Speed Clerlc, Sfudeni Welfare
Office, Sec. fo Dr. Mason's Office.
A girl who can be dictated to.
ANNE MEHLMAN, I32l Easf IOfh Sfreef,
Managing Edifor of Log, Presiding
Officer of Arisfa.
Studying Arista Rosters and "Log" stories,
Have made of Anne a girl well-red!
EDNA MEISTRICH, i287 Easf lOfh Sfreef,
Sfudy Hall Squad, Medical Squad,
Lunchroom Squad, Psychology Club.
Pedantic, romantic, petite and vivacious,
Plastic, scholastic and very audacious.
ROSE MELTER, I79 Ocean Parkway, Travel
Club, Typing Club, Glee Club.
"What are little girls made of?
Sugar and spice and everything nice."
CORA MELTZER, 304 Brigliion Beach
Avenue, Member Lincoln Ari Sludio,
Member of Glee Club, Sec. 'ro Miss
B. Cohen, Service Council.
"Cora Cora where is she?"
"Why," said the teacher, "she's helping me."
HYMEN MENCHER, l949 Coney Island
Avenue, Radio Club, Mimeograplw
Squad, House and Grounds Com'ni'r-
lee, Opiical Squad.
Just an "eye, eye" man.
MELVIN MEYEROWITZ, IIOO Easl' 4ll1
Slreel, Sludy Hall Squad, French
Freckles and his friends.
LILLIAN MEYERS, 2439 e5+h Sireei,
Arlcon, Service Council. Sergeanl on
Trallic Squad, Service Squad.
What, Damon! No Pythias in the picture?
ANNE MICHAELS, l3O Neplune Avenue,
Arisla, Program Office, Hebrew Club,
An Aristacrat among girls.
SAM MICHELSON, 40 Bay 37ll1 Slreel.
Biology Squad, Microscopy Club,
Traliic and Service Squads.
Knowledge is power, but speech so weak.
ANTHONY MIGLIORISI, l9l7 Wesr l3ll1
Slreel, Service Squad. G. O. Repre-
senlalive, House and Grounds Com.
Is it Spanish or the teacher that holds the
WILLIAM MILLER, 28l Avenue O, Hand-
ball Squad, Service Squad, Caieleria
This boy has Will power.
NANCY MIRRA, 320 Neplune Avenue,
Senior Council, Tennis Club, Pres. ol
Official Class, Pres. of Sieno. Class.
"Graduating is such sweet sorrow-"
ALBERT MODELL, 1727 Easf l4fh Sfreef,
Dean's Service Squad, French Club.
Flaming hair means temperament, so
And long may it wave for many a day.
SOL MONTAGNINO, 23I7 82nd Sfreef,
Time, tide, and Solly wait for no one
ROSLYN MOONSHINE, I8l8 79fh Sfreef,
Service Squad, Tennis Club, Sec. fo
Mr. Spear, Sfudenf Courf.
Just can't be "knocked"
LOUIS MORIBER, I879 Wesf 6+h Sfreef,
Service Squad, Chemisfry Club.
Looks through two panes all day long.
LILLIAN MORRISON, 203I 6Isf Sfreef,
Traffic Squad, Sec. in English Office,
Sec. in Service Squad Office.
'lThat's my last duchess painted on the
ROSALYN MOSKOWITZ, 7 Kishner
Courf, Kallisfa, Secf. Girls Afhlefic
Associafion, Secf. Healfh Educafion
She jumps to conelusions.
SIDNEY NADLER, I208 Easf 7fh Sfreef.
Class Baslcefball Team, Service Squad,
Swimming, Class Pres.
He pooled all his interests.
RITA NAHUM, 4 Sands Walk, Baslcefball
Club, Hockey Club, Swimming Club,
She doesnlt think it 'very fine
To be merely four feet nine.
HENRY NAIMAN, 59I4 23rd Avenue,
Traclc Team, Varsify L. Club, Lunch-
room Capf., Opfical Squad.
The boy who would never say "quits,"
HERBERT S. NEMEROFF, 1762 Easf 7fh
Sfreef, Rifle Team, Varsify L. Club,
Dramafic Sociefy, Service Squad.
MINFORD NEUMAN, 300l West 29th
Street, Biography Club, Lieut. House
and Grounds Committee, Service
Squad, Cross Country Team.
PHILIP NEUMAN, I463 East 3rd Street,
Biology Squad, Pan-American Club,
Philip the steins to Newman.
HAROLD J. NEWMAN, IO49 42nd Street,
Track Team, Golt Team, Pirates ot
Penzance. Glee Club.
'IA policernanis lot is not a happy one!"
MINNIE NEWMAN, 204 West Avenue,
Dramatic Society, Swimming Club,
History Club, Tennis Club.
To be or not to be Can actressl
That is the question."
CLIFFORD NUGENT, l84O West 4th
Street, Stage Squad, Service Squad,
House and Grounds Committee,
Another stage hand on the stage of Life.
JOSEPH ORISTANO, 2048 West 6th
Street, G. O. Store.
DORIS ORSTAN, 2858 Cortland Street.
Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars.
CHRISTINA T. PAGANI, 28 Van Siclclen
Street, Kallista, Sec. Mrs. Shapiro,
Sec. Miss Tress, Vice-pres. Otlficial
She's fast-in ty-pewriting.
NAT PALATNICK, 522 Avenue X, Cheer
Leader, Football Squad. Baseball
Three cheers for this boy.
ALFRED PANOFF, 2I3l East 24th Street,
Log Statt, Chemistry Club, Math
Club, lvlath Kratts Club.
A fonfrer of Stephen Leacook and Lewis
YETTA PASEORNEK, ZOI4 Avenue Y,
Arkon, Prom Commiiiee, Sec. io Mr.
Goiiiried, Service Squad lPos+l.
We'd walk a mile and lose vitality,
Just for her charm and personality.
ANDREW PASTERNACK, 3I Bay 35l'l'1
Sireei, Assistrani Capi. Siudenl' Pairol,
Mem. Rifle Team, Mem. Service Coun-
cil, Mem. Senior Council.
Wipe that smile 01? your face, Andy.
BEN PEARLMAN, 3IOO Lakeland Place,
Service Squad, Library Squad, Glee-
Club, Sec. of Class.
Feels at home in London weather.
PHILOMENA PELLECHIA, l7l2 86il'1
Sireel, lialian Club, G. O. Siore, Sec.
in Official Class.
Light eyes, dark hair
Both make Phil so debonair.
HAROLD R. PELTER, 562 Easl 8+h Sireei,
Track Team, Rifle Team, Sergeanl' Ser-
ice Squad, Track Team.
Everything but a Knock.
HILDA KATE PELTZ, I IOS Eas+ 3rd S+ree+,
Glee Club, l-lisiory Club, Hisiory
Dramafic Sociely, Museum l-lour Club.
Galli-Curci was good but Hilda's better
HYMAN PERGAMENT, 2849 Westr 33rd
He doesn't want to 'be knocked.
IRVING PERLOW, 29l4 Wesi 3O+l'i Sireei,
Aviaiion Club, Library Squad, Shop
"The Master Builder."
LUCY PESCE, 22I Parkville Avenue, Swim-
ming Club, Sec. oi Sieno. Class.
Quiet and shy.
AL PESKIN, 75 Eastr 7'rl'1 Sl'reel', Dean's
Office Squad, Cross Couniry Team,
Service Squad, Floor Manager's
Content to know, and be unknown.
ROSE BARBARA PESSIN, i860 Bay Ridge
Avenue, Tennis Club, Handball Club,
Hoclcey Club, Basketball Club.
Never at a loss for words.
IRVING PIKARSKY, I I62 Eas+ 2nd Street
Page Mr. Tunney. Reads Shakespeare and
can box a bit.
ARTHUR PINCUS, 3096 East blh S+ree'r.
Member of Arkon, Member of Inler-
Ciiy Shorthand Team, Gift Com'niI'-
+ee, Member of Mimeograph Squad.
Arthur believes in perseverance.
MORTON PINTEL, l7Ol Ocean Parkway,
Sec. Spanish-German Office, Chemis-
Bored of Education.
ISABELLE PLAZZA, l772 Wesr I3+l1 S'rree+,
Halian Club, Senior Treasurer, lralian
Office, Mr. Krane's Office.
It's just her schoolgirl complexion.
SYLVIA PLOTKIN, 2803 Railroad Avenue,
Sec. of Class, Actors Club, Pres. of
Class, Dramatic Club, Sec. of La'rin
DeparI'men+, Dramafic Club.
Just an "acting" secretary.
MERVIN POBINER, 49OI I8+h Avenue.
Service Squad, Curling Squad. La-
crosse Squad, Wrestling Club.
A voice like Webster but a head like Clay.
WILLIAM PODELL, 3337 l2+h Avenue.
Capi. of Lunclwroom Squad, Member
of Service Squad, Track Team.
He gives the spectators a run for their
ROBERT POMERANZ, i324 49th Streer,
Capt. Lunclwroom Squad, Miss Col'1en's
Office, Mr. Krane's Office.
He can be counted on to do plenty about
SARAH PORT, 394 Easi 7Jrl1 Sireei. Pres.
of English Class, Sec. +o Mr. Swalwn.
A welcome Port in our sea of troubles.
MIRIAM RABINOWITZ, 2867 Wesi 33rd
Slreei, Dean's Office, Lunchroom
Plenty of "Sa'voir Faire."
FLORENCE RANZMAN, 7 Bay 28ih
Sireei, Sec. for Miss Cohen. Sec. for
Mrs. Vlfeiiz, Slen. Office.
LORIS RADER, 2032 Easi 4+h Slreel, G. O.
Repres alive, Vice-Pres. Official
Cl , Official Loyaliy League, Sec-
elary lo Mr. Fried, Lunchroom.
First she knew only the questions
Now she knows the answers.
MURRAY RANCER, l303 Ane Slreei.
Lunchroom Squad, Baseball Team, Ser-
vice Squad, Wresiling Club.
Hears, sees, and says nothing, smart boy!
LOUIS RAZE, 2I2O Easi 2nd Sireel, li-
brary Squad Capi., Glee Club,
ANNE RECKSON, 247 Brightlon Beach
Avenue, Sec. Dr. Rider, Lunchroom
Squad, Library Squad, Sec. Miss Bid-
Aren't you going to play piano for us?
LOUIS REGA, I775 Dahill Road.
Lou-is a jine scholar.
BERTHA L. REIMER, 4803 lblh Avenue,
Member of ihe Secrelarial Club, Banlc
Her outlook an life is pleasant and gay,
We hope it will always remain that way.
BERNARD REINER, 404 Easl- 9+h Slreel.
Service Squad, Traffic Squad, Malh
His pet name is "Theory," thatls why' he
ALBERT M. REICH, 2365 85+h Sireei, Ser-
vice Squad, P-hysics Club, Varsily
Show, Glee Club.
An authority on the High C's.
HARRY REITMAN, 2939 Ocean Parkway.
The Reitman for activities, what kept him
RUTH REMES, 375l Lyme Avenue, l.og
Statt, Capt. Girls' Swimming, Basket-
ball Club, "l3" Club.
She wears her hats at a cute angle.
HERBERT L. REUTTER, l7l Webster Ave-
nue, Aviation Club, Service Squad,
G. O. Rep.
GEORGE ROBBINS. 2I54 East 8th Street,
Capt. Cheerleading Squad, Sergeant
ot Service Squad, Optical Squad,
He and Rudy Vallee always use megaphones.
DORIS RODNON, 902 Avenue lvl, Basket-
ball, Tennis, Swimming, Chemistry
Anyone would walk a mile just to see Doris
ODILIE ROJAS, 2548 East 55th Street,
Pres. ot Kallista, Vice-pres. ot G. A.
A., Tennis and Basketball Coach,
She's always the one who's full of fun!
JULIET ROMEO, 272l West 5th Street,
Italian Club, Pan-American Club,
Student Weltare Club, Tennis Club.
The only happy union in history of the
Montagues and Capulets.
THEODORE R5ICA, 502 Avenue T.
"Teddy, take your ,lingers of that type-
STANLEY ROSE, 3lOO Ocean Parkway,
Track Team, Baseball Team, Biology
Prep, Boxing Team.
The only Rose on the cinder-track.
SALLY ROSEN, l833 East 7th Street,
Library Squad, Dollars and Cents
Club, Economics Squad, Swimrring
She hasn't 'very much to say
But we like her anyway.
ALFRED ROSENBERG, 234 Dahill Road,
Service Squad, Lunclwroom Squad,
Glee Club, Class Pres.
Life is just a gamble.
CHARLES ROSENBERG, 2279 65th Street,
Football, Manager ot Basketball Team.
A little man with plenty of brains.
FRANK ROSENBERG, lI22 Avenue N.
DOROTHY ROSENBLATT, 3l II Ada
Court, Arista, Big Sister, Basketball,
Swimming, Dictating Club.
Fair of face, sweet of disposition.
CHARLOTTE ROSENBLUM, 2457 65th
Street, Senior Class Nite Committee,
Pres. ot Playwriters Club, Service
Council, Senior Class Play.
'Twas a great fight boys - but we finally
won-Pythias posed without Damon.
HAROLD ROSENFELD, 8793 I7th Av
nue, Service Squad, Visual Aid Squa
Optical Squad, Glee Club.
"Sees all, knows all."
MABEL ROSENFELD, 62l6 2Otl1 Avenue,
Arista, Arkon, Pres. French Club, Cut-
Imagine taking pictures with curls!
SANFORD ROTH, 2229 65th Street,
Dramatic Society, Bio. Lab., Sec. Eng.
Like Napoleon, small but mighty.
SYLVIA ROTHENBERG, 2847 West 32nd
Street, Service Squad, Dancing, Stunt
Club, Sec. l'l. Ed. Dept.
Another athlete going Savage.
DOROTHY ROTHMAN, 3005 West l5tlw
Street, Capt. ot tlwe Swimming Team,
Girls Athletic Association, Vice-pres.
House and Grounds Committee.
An athlete fair!
JACK ROTHSCHILD, 3I2 Avenue P,
Landmark, Lunchroom Squad, Law So-
ciety, Microscopy Club.
Vesuvius, Aetna, Krakatoa look to your
Here comes Jack.
SYLVIA ROTHZAID, 88I7 Bay Parkway,
Record Ottice Sec., Steno. Ottice
Sec., Service Squad, Orchestra.
Can be counted on for a ready- smile and a
ISIDOR RUBINSTEIN, 28l2 West 28th
Street, Medical Society, Volley Ball.
Isidor Rubinstein Enginetically Keen.
ARTHUR RUDNICK, I539 East 29th
Street, Feature Editor, Landmark, Log
Statt, Secretary Annex French Club.
There Art to be a law against this Art-fool
EDWARD SACK, l75l 53rd Street,
Senior Council, Lacrosse Team, Check-
er Club, Class Day Committee.
RUTH A. SAKOFSKY, l86l East 9th
Street, Sec. ot Psychology Club, Sec.
to Dr. Rider. Sec. ot Otticial Class.
Beguiling smile all the while.
PHILIP SALINO, 2l39 60th Street, Basket-
ball Team, G. O. Rep., Spanish Club.
Too modest to let the world know how
much he knows.
GERALD SALK, 3lOO Lakeland Place,
Dean's Ottice Squad, Vice-pres. Otti-
The Salk of the earth.
HERMAN SAPERSTEIN, 3l9 Sheepsheacl
Bay Road, Current Events Club, Base-
ball Team, Cutting Squad.
Far is the fame of Leibowitz and Steuer,
But wait until Herman is a lawyer.
HOWARD SARONSON, 2957 East 4th
Street, Landmark Statt, Senior Coun-
cil, Chemistry Exhibition, Student Re-
All great men do not live long, says Howard
"My, but I feel so strong!"
YETTA SASLOWSKY, 906 First Couri,
Sec. 'ro Mr. Zinman, Sec. +o Miss
Cliamoy, Sec. to Mr. Joseph, Lunclw-
You can find a rhyme for everything, but
IRVING SATLER, 4733 Beach 47+l1 Street,
Sea Gate, Manager of Baseball Team,
Pres. Lincoln Ari Siudio, Siudeni Dir-
ector of Stage Crew.
The old sage of the Lincoln stage.
MORRIS J. SCHAPIRO, 2066 6O+l1 Sirreet,
Lincoln Log, Lincoln Barrisiers, Ari
Squad, Sec. to H. E. Deparirmeni.
Give credit where credit is due.
NORMAN SCHATTON, 2807 Ocean
Parkway, Law Society, Capt. Siudy
Hall Squad, Service Squad, Sec.
He is a well RECAJD boy.
ISADORE SCHECHNER, 2747 Ocean
Parkway, Football, Baseball, Soccer.
Football or baseball - that's his game.
In these sports he'll 'win a name.
BEATRICE SCHEER, I547 East 7+lw Street,
Sec. +o Dean, Medical Club.
A "Scheer" necessity to Miss Cohen.
MILTON SCHILLINGER, 88I East 8th
Streei, Track Team, Baseball Team,
Prom Commiiiee, Service Squad.
His favorite note-"Dough."
SID SCHLOSSBERG, 2840 West 24+l1
Street, Ailwleiika, Baseball, Track.
Idol for four years.
LUCILLE SCHNALL, IZO3 East lOth
gjfeei, Hebrew Club, Tennis Club,
one who to submit a
SAM sci-INEIDER, iI29 7o+h sire-ei.
It is not growing like a tree in bulk
Doth make Man better be.
SAMUEL SCHNEIDER, 3608 Mermaid,
Library Squad, Mimeograph Squad.
Words fail us!
SYLVIA SCHNEITZER, I720 53rd S+ree'r,
Bank Rep., CuHing and Absence
Try to find someone, who can pronounce
her name right.
BEATRICE SCHNITMAN, 2l53 62nd
S+reel', Glee Club, Pageanl' Club,
Of Thee We sing-
WALTER SCHOENFELD, 2205 Easl 5'rh
S+ree+, Pinalore, Glee Club, Founder
of Sons of Lincoln, Lunchroom Squad.
Getting up in the world, on the low notes.
ERNEST SCHWARTZ, I7IO Easl l7+h
Street Pres. of Jrhe Travel Club, Sec.
of Latin Deparlrmenf, Sec. of Official
Class, Sec. of French Class.
Impressed with "The Importance of Being
LOUIS SCHWARTZ, 2998 Wesl 29+h
Plays mumbly-peg in the official class.
PAULINE A. SCHWARTZ, I364 53rd
S'rree+, Sec. +o- Mr. Berman, Program
Maiden fair, so debonair.
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ, 2964 Flunrberl
S'rree'r, Currenf Events Club, Accounie
ing Club, Service Squad.
Just ask him about Economics!
SID SCHWARTZ, 2133 63rd Slreel.
Chemislry Squad, Service Squad,
Cheeks up on everyb y.
YET A H , 36 ay 35Jrh Slreel,
Sec. e Spanish Office, French
cam enior Council.
y ung woman who
Sp ks many tongues.
PHILIP SECKLER, 3022 Lakeland Place, '
Tumbling, Capts.' Club, Gym Team.
Taking Athletics seriously.
SOL SEGAL, 9l6 Avenue S, Weltare
Bureau, Sec. Grade Adviser, Library
Squad, Ctiem. Lab. Squad.
Can he help it if he excels?
- LILLIAM SELDIN, 2200 East 5th Street.
psf G-lee Club, Dramatic Club, Basketball
' Team, Cheer Leader's Squad.
Seldin does her homework.
IRENE SENDYK, l45 Second Avenue,
' N. Y. C., Sec. ot Chemistry Ottice,
Sec. ot Boy's Gym Ottice, Tennis Club,
Purely a secretarial interest in boys' ath-
X CHAEL SETTANNI, 2352 6lst Street.
Settannfeli a fine fellow.
ERVILLE SEYDEL, I247 East 8tl'1 Street,
Editor-in-Ctmiet Landmark, Log, Arista
A modern Portia.
ANNETTE SHAPIRO, IO67 5Ist Street,
Arista, Arkon, Service Council, Senior
She and sugar have something in common
They're both refined and sweet.
MORRIS SHAPIRO, 2670 East l2th Street.
He's not afraid of the big, bad, CMr.
VICTOR SHALOM, 724 Avenue K, Track,
Expects to be an engineer. At present he's
SID SHAROFF, l6l6 East 4th Street,
Ritle Team, Track Team, Major L.
Club, Service Squad Sergeant.
A square shooter.
' ii f II
Y I 'ix-H! Xa f ff
BER 18, 856 4Btl1f treet, Locker
, Roo, Squad. K X
' citing Married"-Shaw, not Shemin.
FRANCES SHIELDKRET, 2I39 64th Street,
German Club, Psychology Club, Sec-
retary to Mrs. Meyer.
When there is something worthwhile to say
Frances will say- it.
RUTH SHOTKIN, 2I47 Ocean Parkway,
Attendance Ottice, Tennis Club, Rid-
ing Club. Glee Club.
Snappy and vivacious,
Sprightly yet gracious.
RUTH SHUL, 3027 West 24th Street,
Radio Club, Dancing Club.
Light hair-but not light-headed.
CERELLA SHULMAN, I I65 East 8th
Street, Assistant Capt. ot Bank, GS. O.
Rep., Bank Rep.
Cool, Calm, and Collecting.
ABRAHAM M. SIDORSKY. 2924 'Nest
52nd Street, Cross Country Team,
Service Squad, English Squad.
No grass grows under his feet.
ROSE SILVER, 2942 West 25th Street.
Psychology Club, Chess Club, Sec. ot
ROSLYN SILVERBERG, 5I5 Brighton
Beach Avenue, Arista, Log Statt,
Landmark Statt, French Club.
She must have toiled with pain and care
to get that wave in her straight hair.
JOSEPH SILVERMAN, I655 East 4th
Street, First Aid Squad, Service
A strong foundationg size twelve.
ABRAHAM SIMON, I552 Coney Island
m,uW,,,,,.,,....,...-m .... ..--,-m..-
ARNOLD SIMON, I'-7I9 66fl1 Street, Foof-
ball Squad, Service Squad, Senior
Council, Lieuf. Cafeteria Squad.
He drums up trade.
MARION SINGER, I924 East 8+l1 Street,
Sec. in Adminisfrafive Office, Glee
We "Singer" praises.
ABRAHAM SINGMAN, 6IO Ocean View
Avenue, Locker Room Service.
A promising student,
Always promising to do better.
ANNABEL SLADOVITCH, 49 Parkville
Avenue, Cufling Squad, Lunclwroom
Squad, Admif Squad, Glee Club.
The Modern Annabel Lee.
MURRAY SLOBODNICK. I758a Daliill
Road, Lincoln Law Society, Chess
Team, Orchesfra, Cafeteria Squad.
He leans on a piano.
JOSEPH SLONIMSKY, l975 74fl1 Sfreef,
Lieui. Study l'lall, Service Squad,
Luncliroom Squad, Traffic Squad.
"Smiling Cbecause helsl thru."
HYMAN SMITH, 4920 New Ufreclrif Ave-
nue, Prom Commiffee, Sergeant of
Service Squad, Arkon, Senior Council.
Smith, Berger and Crifasi, Incorporated.
SELIG SMITH, 6ll Argyle Road, Track
Team, lsifirian, Sfudenf Relief Com-
mittee, Firsf Aid Squad.
On the winding cinder trark, the Lincoln
ROSE SNYDER, 29I9 Wesf 23rd Sfreef,
Hisfory Club, French Club.
When it comes to studying she doesn't
know when to stop.
MILTON SOBELMAN, III7 Avenue Y,
Dean's Office Squad, Cafeferia
Squad, l'lis'rory Museum Club.
He's very reserved.
ADELE SOFER, I764 Easr lO+l'1 S+:-eef.
Sec. io Mrs. Baiclnlcer, Yang Yin Club,
Safer so good.
SERAPHINE SOLDO, I I32 Williams Couri,
Swimming, Halian Club.
Quiet and reserved, seen but not heard.
RUTH SOLOMON, 2073 Wesr 25+h
Srreef, Cufring Squad.
Modesty, thy name is surely Ruth.
DEBORAH G. SONBERG, I75 Arnold
Always hurrying, always late.
MARTHA SPERLING, I4I9 4ls+ Srreei,
Hiking Club, Cosiume Club, Sec. 'ro
Light of hair, light of eyes
Always smiling and looking wise.
RALPH SPITZER, 477 Avenue T, Arisfa,
Arkon, Sec. in Principals Office, Pres.
"Your scholarship and service have earned
3 a na ,,
But your sense of humor is somewhat lame."
ABRAHAM STEIN, 3I52 Easf bills Sfreer,
Arisra, Arlcon, Service Squad, Biology
A .stitch in time saves Stein.
FLORENCE STEIN, II27 54+h Srreer.
As the printer says, "You know the type."
ABRAHAM H. STEIN, 3l I8 Nepfune Ave-
nue, Service Squad, Sec. +o Mx R.
Wilson, Zoology Club, Printing Squad.
This would be artist, slinging paint,
Slings it where the paint ain't.
JOSEPH STEIN, 2832 Wesi 281'l'i Sireel,
LILLIAN STEIN, 44Ol l7+l1 Avenue, Sec.
Mrs. Slimmel, Swimming Club.
Her face may look calm and serene,
But a world of -mischief lies unseen.
SYLVIA STEIN, 1544 Coney Island Avenue,
Arista, Landmark, Scliool Improve-
ment Committee, Service Council.
DAVID STEFNBE 49l Ulreclil
enu Bio y u ,Service uacl.
ic ad, Mimeo Squad.
0 alibis now, Jerry.
ALEX STEINWEISS, 3I72 Coney Island
1t's an Art.
MAX STERN, 2l65 llsl Slreel, Dollars
and Cenls Club.
The late bell would rust if it had to wait
HARVEY A. STONE, 1850 47th Street,
Vice-pres. Senior Class, Lieut. Service
Squad, Prom Committee, Class Niglwl
He thinks he's the only pebble on the beach.
MAX STRAUSS, 2830 West 24ll1 Slreel,
Soccer Team, Baseball Team.
The coach always tells him "Lay down a
MAX STRAUSS, 2839 West 35ll1
Service Squad, Lunclnroom
Class Pres., Senior Rep.
No relation to Nathan, Abraham,
CORA SUISKY, 45I2 I6ll'x Avenue, Sec.
ol Travel Club, Swimming Club, Ac-
counting Club, Service Squad.
What's Mr. Marks going to do without her?
HAZEL SUSSMAN, l3l2 Easl' 7'rl'1 Street,
Attendance Squad, Costume Club,
Sec. Mrs. Emerson, Slcelclw Club.
Schiaparelli, has nothing on Hazel.
NATH SU Darby Slreel,
S I , Rifle Team.
tta was "Lincoln forever,"
1 he forsook it to graduate.
LILY SWERDLOVE, I575 Easl 4+h Srreel.
Lily wonders what's her fate
Now that she's a graduate.
PAULINE W. TAMPKIN, 2 46 Isl' Slreel,
AcI'ors grub? lllrianlc clorl,
n ' icel . oil relecl.
ank you, doctor.
EVELYN M. TANER, I55O Ocean Parkway,
Sec. io Miss I-I. Weisberq, Dollars and
CenI's Club, Dramalic Club, Ari' Club.
She already has a diploma from
"The Charm Srhoolf'
ADELINE TANTLEFF, 430 Avenue T, Pub-
lic Speaking Club, Record Olilice,
Glee Club, I-louse and Grounds Com-
WILLIAM TAUBIN, 5IO Avenue M, Ari
Squad, Arkon, Bazaar, Log, Landmark.
Art plus It-Taubin.
LEONARD TEITELBAUM, I-Iolel Manual-
lan Beach, Treas. of Senior Class,
Senior Council, Service Squad, I-lead
of Budgel Commillee.
He got his job and Woodin resigned.
YETTA TOFFEL, 2453 84ll1 Slreel, Sec. in
Spanish Office, Hebrew Club, Page-
Not a word to say.
JACK TOPOLSKY, 324 Briglwlon Beach
Avenue, Dean's Squad, Medical Club,
Biology Squad, Lunclwroom Squad.
Still wants to know why students must
study languages in school.
MARCUS TOUSSIE, 388 Bay Parlcway,
Pres. Debaiing Club, Sludeni' Relief,
Sec. lo Dean, Pres. Stamp Club.
Anybody wanna argue?
FAY TRACHTENBERG, 3060 Easl 5l'h
Sfreef, Lunchroom Squad, Play Wri+-
ing Club. Service Squad, House and
She believes half aloof is 'betterjhan none.
LMA TRACTE BE?,G,,f I4 lea I r --
I 136 way, 'QNI arej uc ,Vge!ErT1glif 7
if-ll , Tennis Club, I
Swimmi .czybvff 2
My,fhU5a?ou have grown!
SIDNEY TURENSHINE, 70 Hill Sfreel,
Fooiball Team, Sec. in Dean's Office,
Championship Baslce+loall Team.
Always kicking--the ball.
HARRIET VAN COTT, I728 Wes? 2nd
Srree+, Prom Commiflee, Cashier in
Lunchroom, Dancing Club, Malceeup
Squad, Riding Club.
A graduate of "The Charm School."
FLORENCE VENTURA, IO37 42nd Slreei.
Swimming Club, Travel Club, Service
We can't Venturfab knock for her.
LOUIS VICTOR, 2 Ocean View Avenue.
Victor, even when he loses.
CHARLES VOGEL, 3834 Cypress Avenue,
Sea Gaie, Vice-pres. of Avialion Club,
Vice-pres. of Prefecl' Class, Firsl Aid
Squad, Field Docior of Soccer Team.
California, here he comes.
RITA VORONOFF, I259 52nd Sheer,
Raises her voice in Glee-Club.
ANN J. VOTSIS, I96 Highlawn Avenue,
Zoology Club, Dancing Club, Associ-
a+e Ediior of Medical Journal, Hobby
HOWARD WALZAR, IIZO 5Is+ Slreel,
Traffic Squad, English Squad, Lunch-
room Squad, Slrudy Hall Squad.
Just a M time boy.
RUTH WALDMAN, l457 East l4+I1 Street,
Service Squad, Late Squad, Basker-
ball Club, Sec. To Miss Fay.
Tries to write poetry, thinks it's good,
We can't tip her off, but someone should.
MAX C. WANTMAN, l7OI 55'rI'1 Srreei.
Mimeograpli Squad, Pres. Zoology
Club, Optical Squad, Biology Squad.
Calling cucumbers "fruits" was his only
irliosyncracy, until he finally succumbed to
LEON J. WARSHAW, I4I I Wes? 4II1
Srreei, Arista, Pres. Physics Club, Sec.
Alciiemisls, Sec. Vocational Guidance.
The outstanding student--says Leon.
MILDRED WEBER, 709 Avenue O, Tennis
Club, Accouniing Club.
Not an example, a problem.
ADELE WECHSLER, 2242 64I'I1 Sireer.
Glee Club, Hebrew Club, Lincoln
Speedsiers, Sec. 'Io Miss Lewis.
Watch her Speed!
ARTHUR WEINBERG, 29l5 Wesi Iilsi
Sireei, Football Squad, Field Band,
Played in Jazz Orchestra.
Rzzdy Vallee is a fake, our Artie takes the
BERTHA WEINSTEIN, 23I8 64th Sire-ef,
Capir. Late Squad, Serqeanr of Cafe-
Ieria Squad, Arisia, Arkon.
My, is her hair red?
BLANCHE WEISINGER, 3I Harvard
Couri, KaIIis+a, Arkon, Capt. of Siudy
Hall Squad, Isiiirian.
An all around athlete and a scholar as well,
This is the story people will tell.
HENRIETFA WEISNER, 8735 Bay Park-
way, Service Squad, Lunclwroom
Squad, Glee Club, Pinaiore.
Show me a girl Weis-ner Cthan herb.
PHILIP WEISSMAN, 3002 Easf 4th Street,
Capt. Lunch Squad, Civic League,
Clfiemisiry Club, Sec. Mr. Denenlwolz.
Philip is a Weissman.
SIDNEY WILSON, 2I52 Easl' 8+h Slreel,
Opiical Squad, Service Squad, Lunch-
room Squad, Prinl Shop.
He took Geometry- in order to find the "Lost
ROSE WINICK, 1720 Easl 5+h Sireel.
Glee Club, Economic Geography
Club, Personali+y Club, Sec. +o Ivlr.
Never last at talking fast.
AL WISHNER, 2034 Easl 3rd Slreel, Glee
Club, Sec. 'ro Sons of Lincoln Club,
Dramalic Sociely, Pirales ol Penzance.
What a singer! Don't the neighbors com-
CECILE JEANETTE WOLF, 2I90 Easl' 5+h
Slreel, Tennis, Vice-pres. Ollicial
BEATRICE WOLFE, I I55 Easl I7+I1 S+ree+,
Lincoln Players, Lincoln Log, Psycho-
logy Club, Poelry Club.
None can keep this Wolfe from the door
LEO WOLFE, I757 78+h Slreel, Track,
Library Squad, Service Squad, Fool-
"Who's afraid of the big 'bad Wolfe?"
SARITA YELLIN, l423 Sheepshead Courl,
Tennis Club, Lunchroom, Swimming
Club, Sec. Spanish Office.
When there's work to be done,
She's Yellin for none.
RUTH ZALOFSKY, 86Il Bay Parlcway,
Sec. in Caleleria Ollice, Sec. in Type
Club, Travel Club.
All-around girl. C
LILLIAN ZECKOWITZ 2
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Loyally Squad, Alhl 'fic Gal c I '
SYLVIA ZELIGMAN, 2035 70th Slreel,
Biology Squad, Log, Sec. lo Dean,
Just refer to the list above
And yorfll see that Science is her love.
SEYMOUR ZIETZ, 2998 Wesi 29H1 Street
Manager of Cross Coun+ry Team.
I Seymour Zietz Csightsb.
SYLVIA ZIMET, I33I Easf 9+i1 Sfreef, Sec.
Dr. Rider, Sec. io Mr. Pargof, Loyaiiy
League, Service Squad.
Too likeable a person toeknock.
SHIRLEY ZINMAN, 208 Parkside Avenue,
Lincoln Log Siaff, Landmark, Giee
Club, Double "R" Socieiy.
BESSIE ZLOTNICK, ZOOI Mermaid Ave-
nue, Sec. io Mr. Trosien, Sec. 'ro Miss
Silence, like music hath its chorus.
LEONARD ZLOTOFF, 45I2 5+l'i Avenue.
The last knock written.
MILTON ZUCKERBERG, l5OI 58+h S+ree+,
Just a Service Squatter.
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I can 'rhinlc of only Iwo oulslanding evenls in high school lhar shall never vanish
lrom my memory. These evenls did nor occur unlil I was in my junior and senior
years. In my junior year. I had beslowed upon me +he honor of running for 'rhe sec-
relaryship of Ihe General Organizalion. Allhough I was nor Ihe viclor, I shall never
lorgel' 'rhe excilemenr and Ihe glamour Ihal prevailed from +he lime I slarled our wifh
my pe+i'rion un+iI +he eleclion relurns were given.
In my senior year, I was alilorded Ihe privilege of applying for membership in
The Arkon, lhe honor sociefy for 'rhose sludenls who devoled some of 'rheir 'rime 'Io
serving lhe school. Alfer filing an applicalion, I was inlerviewed by bolh Ihe Senale
and Assembly. Afler which I was informed +ha+ I was Io become a member. I don'I'
Ihink +ha+ I shall ever Iorgel rhe fhrilling sensalion which I experienced being
inslalled while my classmaies walched.
FRANCES I-I. COI-IEN
The mosl memorable evenl in my enlire high school career was a visil I paid
Io one of I'he meelings oi Ihe Medical Sociely. The main fealure of Ihe program for
Thar day was a fallc by an eminenl surgeon on Ihe relalion of surgery I'o Iuberculosis.
I"Ie made rhe speech so absorbing and inleresling Ihal as a result my enlire oullook
on lile was aI+ered. Whereas previously I desired 'ro become a lawyer I now decided
To enler info Ihe fields of surgery. Science look on a new lighr in my eyes. I became
a member of Ihe biology, physics, and chemislry squads. I enfered +he Medical Club
and Ialer became president I conducled my own researches and experimenls.
I am sure +ha+ as long as I live I shall never forger 'rhal one speech. II' was Ihal
one Ii'r+le Ialk 'rhal gave me a definile purpose in lile and changed me from a dreamer
To a diligenl worker.
Our high school days are crowded wilh innumerable excifing evenfs from which
one usually sfands ou'r.
One morning of my eighfh ferm, I received a nofe from Miss Cohen, our dean of
girls, requesfing my presence in her office. When 'rhe hour for Ihal' appoinfmenf
finally came, I recognized upon enfering, 'rwo familiar faces of 'rhe four who were
fhere. VVe waifed a bif impafienfly, unfil Miss Cohen beckoned Io us fo follow her
info Dr. Mason's office. Dr. Mason? Whaf could 'rhis mean? I-lowever, knowing
Thar my high school record had been an unusually clean one, all Iraces of fear
vanished and I followed fhe ofhers.
The principal was seafed af his desk, and was soon congralulafing us upon our
having received all A's in our maior subiecfs for fhe firsl' fhird.
This is an incidenf which I consider 'ro be more excifing Ihan many ofhers, for
nof only was if 'rhrilling fo meef Dr. Mason on such an occasion, buf if was also very
JANE COI-I EN
ll was my firsl' prepared speech in English, and my vocal chords iusf wouldn'f
funcfion. Thaf invisible enemy of inexperienced speakers, nervousness, sfruck me down
wifh such force fhaf l was guilfy of a mosf unmanly emolion. I cried. The feacher.
who sensed my emofions, affempfed fo revive my spirifs, buf +o no avail.
AI' firsf, Ihe class seemed uncomforfable, bul' affer a Iiffle while l'hey seemed 'lo
revel in The fhoughf fhaf l would be fhe recipienf of Ihe firsf zero in Jrhe class.
However, fhe 'reacher who probably had sfudied psychology, fold me 'lo be seafed
and fo see -him affer class af The end of Ihe period. l wenl' fo him and wifh a falherly
affilude he worked his way info my confidence.
The nexf day he called on me once more. Fighling back fhose unwelcome fears
and frying Io remember whaf l wanfed fo say, l walked 'ro The fronf of fhe room
and viciously spaf forfh my oral masferpiece. The resull' was no doubl' like a sI'ory
book: my Teacher gave me a perfecf mark for my efforf.
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EDITOR,S NOTE: The following story won first place in a contest conducted among
the Seniors of the Class of January 1934.
Frank Sallow was drunk. He was drunk because Charley was drunk: and Charley
was drunk because fhey bofh fhoughf if was a good idea. Lucky he mef Charley
when he did, buf wasn'f if always fhaf way? Ever since he could remember, if was
Charley who had yanked him ouf of a ruf. Always around when needed, Charley
was fhe besf pal a man ever had-only one fhing Frank had againsf him, and he
could never quife gef fhaf ouf of his mind. Why had Charley consenfed fo be fhe
'besf man" af Frank's wedding? Why had he deliloerafely allowed Frank fo go and
gef married wifh a woman like Esfher? No: he would never forgef if-no, never.
Of all fhe falkafive women, his wife Esfher was fhe worsf. Funny, she didn'f
seem fhaf way before fhey were married--so nice and pleasanf, never said much,
and seemed as if she liked fo Iisfen fo him and his plans for fhe fufure. And how
elafed she was when he quiefly fold her, fhaf nighf on fhe gray plush divan, fhaf
someday he would be a famous wrifer and have heaps and heaps of money. And
hlow, when he asked her fhe nexf evening, if she would be his, she caughf her
breafhq and mumbled fhaf she fhoughf s-he wasn'f fif fo be a greaf man's wife. He
knew he loved her fhen: how was he fo know fhe oufcome of if? Thaf wedding was
fhe worsf plighf Frank Sallow had ever goffen info.
When he gof fired from Rogers, Mifflin, 81 Company-fhey were a bunch of
grouches, anyway-Esfher was sfill all righf. They were bofh confidenf of fhe suc-
cess of his firsf novel. lf would have been published, foo, if fhe plof had been a
liffle differenfg fhaf second publisher had fold him fhaf.
lf was affer he had goffen anofher job, as a bank-clerk, fhaf Esfher began 'ro
change. He hadn'f noficed if unfil he began work on his fhird novel-and was in
danger of losing his bank posifion because of successive lafenesses. He didn'f mind
her falk and chaffer af firsfp he iusf smiled if off. Buf if didn'f sfay fhaf way long.
He was soon irrifable and cranky. Spaf followed close upon spaf. Quarrel upon
quarrel. The nighf before losing fhe bank iob was clear in his mindi. Damn fhaf
gin! wasn'f if supposed fo make him forgef?-Thaf nighf was sfill clear in his mind.
He saf down fo finish fhe sixfh chapfer of "Myron Shays." He was fired and
Crabby. He really felf sleepy. Then Esfher came info his room.
"Wrifing again, huh? ALWAYS wrifingl wrifingl wrifingl As if if ever gof
you anywheres. As if you ever gof anyfhing from if. l wouldn'f care if you did
somefhing sensible like any ofher man does in 'lhe evening-for insfance, faking your
wife fo a movie or for a walk. Buf no. fhaf never enfers your mind! You'd rafher
sif af fhaf desk and wrife! Wrife fo lose your iob. Whaf a man: whaf a complefe
"Will you gef ouf of fhis room, for Pefe's sake, before l 'l'hrow you oufl Can'f
you leave me alone for one nighf? You'll drive me absolufely crazy wifh fhaf con-
sfanf meaningless gibberish. Talk! falkl falkl Like a machine. Never sfops. Al-
ways qoing, chewing. Gab! gabl gab! Oh, God! Whaf a life!"
And fhen, 'rhe inevifable. "Old Clymer," fhe bank presidenf, summoned Frank
fo his desk fhe nexf morning, affer Frank had slipped behind fhe l'eller's window,
fiffeen minufes lafe.
"Sallow," barked fhe official, "you're fired! There are a lof of young men,
smarfer and more indusfrious fhan you are, walking fhe sfreefs hunfing for iobs-
any kind. l+'s nof fair fo keep a man like you!"
Facing Esfher-defensive. "lf can'+ go on like fhis," s-he fold him.
"Well, whal clo you wanf fo do?" he asked, fonelessly. He wafched his wife
pale a liffle. She bil' af her lip in an efforf 'lo keep 'rhe fears from rushing l'o her
eyes. He almosf felf sorry for her fhen-
"Papa is sailing for Germany nexf week," she said. "Perhaps if will be beffer
for bofh of us fo separafe-and-and-if any one of us-l--feels fhaf we should
come fogefher again-"
Thaf was all. She was gone fhe following day.
Frank Sallow free! Free fo do whafever he liked wifh himself. No rnarifal
bonds, no responsibilifies, no money. Firsf he borrowed from friends. Then fhe
Morris Plan. He expecfed 'ro release himself from debf by fhe sale of "Myron Shays."
He worked feverishly on fhe novel, day and nighf, believing, wifh sincere child-like
faifh, in his genius as an arfisf and in fhe success of his work.
Finally affer four monfhs, he dropped his pen af fhe conclusion of fhe lasl'
chapfer. He would have fo sell if quickly now-fhe "Plan" was inundafing his mail-
box wifh fhreafs and "lfs," and his credifors were posfing him whenever fhey caughl'
him. Beffer fake anofher gulp of Gordon.
The fourfh publisher was a liffle less facfful fhan fhe ofhers. He didn'l'
affempf suppressing a crooked smile.
"Wha+ did you do before you sfarfed wrifing?" he asked.
"l was a clerk."
"Well, l'd say you beffer sfick fo clerking. Good-day!"
Frank reddened deeply and almosf crushed his Sfefson. He grabbed his man-
uscripl' and bee-lined fo 'rhe exif. He could sfill hear 'rhaf hook-nosed jack-ass
He was afraid fo refurn fo his aparfmenf fhaf nighf. He mighf meel' his land-
lord. Funny, he was able fo sfall fhe landlord up fill fhen: buf now he couldn'f. He
couldn'f face anybody. For fhe firsf fime in Frank Sallows' speculafive life, he felf
losl'--and alone. He fhoughl' of Esfher. Perhaps-
He fook long sfeps fo Cenfral Park where he could iusf sif and resf. Musfn'l'
lose courage. Surely find a publisher for "Myron" soon. Luck was bound fo cwange.
Buf somehow, he couldn'f convince himself. His deiecfion was-foo deep, foo frue.
And fhen he bumped info Charley--iusf af fhe big, iron enfrance gafe.
"Why, you old grape-nuT, you!" shoufed Charley, wiTh ThaT -hoarse ring in his
voice which always made Frank wanT To do somefhing crazy. Frank recognized The
same inviTing ring ThaT was responsible for a HaIlowe'en escapade of many years
before. IT was The same ring which carried scenTs of burnT "weenies" smoldering
in The flames of a rusTy and charred keTTIe, The fire Iighfing up s-hiny, eager, boyish
faces, heavily bearded and mousTached wiTh charcoal: The same ring ThaT broughf
back days of Thousands of oTher rugged ioys and pleasures. And now iT beckoned
again. IT made Frank's hearf Thump. IT made him wanT To cry. Frank sfruggled
wiTh a lump in his ThroaT.
"Charley, you son of a gun!"
They boTh Tugged aT each oTher's hands. Frank wouldn'T IeT him know. Charley
would Try To help him ouT wiTh money-and Frank didn'T wanT ThaT.
Then, The greaf Tempfafion. Charley had 'his car near and didn'T honor The
eighTeenTh amendmenT. He was confidenTiaIIy suggesTive.
"Sure Thing-you beT we wilII" echoed Frank, his own words sounding loud and
hoarse in his ears. Why nof? This was The lasT sfage-
He found himself in a nighT club, drunk-roaringly, foolishly drunk. "Well, Thash
Th' whole siTch-hic, pommy-yashun. Inner nuTcheI." Frank gulped aT The lasT glass of
gin and sprawled all over his chair waTching The sweafy, grinning, negro iazz-band.
He gaped aT The swirling whirlpool of bodies on The waxed floor. Near him, a woman
smacked a heavy man in The face and he prompTly pushed her off her chair and
walked over To a cigareTTe girl. Frank was Tired-bored. He heard a girl giggle
hysferically-he wanTed To go home ....
A voice called "NighT" and he shivered under The sTreeT-lamp. IT was a dark,
cold evening. IT made his TeeTh chaTTer. His doorway was in fronT of him. Damn
The key. IT would geT sTuck. He sTaggered inTo The hallway. Ah, warm! Gee, The
sTeps never acTed like This before. WhaT was The maTTer wiTh Them? So wobbly and
unsfeady. Humph! Somefhing he had eaTen probably. Now, who could have opened
his door while he was away? A lighT in his room, Too! Sure he locked iT ThaT morn-
ing. Who in--"EshTher!"
Iv1oisT, brown eyes pleadingly leveled Themselves on his own filmy, heavy ones.
She was Thinner, wasn'T s-he? "Oh, Frank, I iusf couIdn'T sTay away-I couldn'TI"
she sobbed. "IT'II be differenT now, Frank. I'lI quiT boThering you. I don'T wanT To
bring up baby wiThouT any fafher and Think of whaT people would say if They s-"
"BabyI" croaked Frank, "BabyI" Then he noficed The small, flannel bundle in
his wife's arms. "EshTherIl" he cried brokenly as he ran To her, passionafely smoTh-
ering her and The IiTTIe bundle wiTh kisses.
"Frank SaIlow," Esfher suddenly cried, sniffing The aromafic afmosphere sur-
rounding him. "You've been drinking!"
"Ah, honey, waiT-"
NoT unfil you go and gargle your mouTh Thoroughly wiTh saIT-waTer This minuTeI
Of all The despicable and sinful Things T-I"
LINCOLN LOG STAFF
Managing Edifor Sporfs' Edi'l'or
ANNE MEHLMAN BETTY GOLDSTEIN BERNARD JACOBY
JESSE GRUMETTE ADELE S. KESSELMAN HARRY LEBOW
Ar+ Edi+ors Business Managers
WILLIAM TAUBIN ASETEQITTVKEELEF JANICE BYNE
MORRIS GOLDSHOLLE PAULINE STURM
MARGARET SOIFER LEON FRIEND HARRY B. LEBOW EMANUEL ROSEN
Presidenfz FRANK CRIFASI
Vice-Presidenf: ARTHUR LACHMAN
Secrefaryz MIRIAM KARDONSKY
Faculjry Adviser: LEO VVEITZ
Boy Leader: ALEXANDER STEINWEISS
Girl Leader: ANNE MEI-ILMAN
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The "blushing viole+s" of The Landmark sfaff firsf mef on Oc'l'ober 9. The policies
of fhe magazine were defermined immediafelyz all play, no work, and fhe besl' Land-
mark in 'hisforyl
Suggesfions offered for a novel book were received and Thoroughly discussed.
Finally, Irhe sfaff decided fhey were wasfing +alen+ and defermined 'ro publish an
amazing sfory magazine as a side line.
The combined effecf of Jack RoIhschild's abilify fo say 'foo much aboul' nofhing,
Irving Berger's homemade jokes, Arfhur Rudnick's puns, and fhe exfreme drowsiness
of Ihe resf af 'rhe meefings, made Miss Zeiger confemplafe drasfic measures.
AI' one of The meefings, 'rhe sfaff, nof realizing whal' was going Io befall fhem,
vofed fo have "knocks" included in Ihe book. lf was a cold and biH'er morning 'rhe
day 562 "knocks" had Io be wriHen by fhe seniors, for if was found fhal' 562 "knocks"
had 'ro be rewriH'en by fhe sfaff. And so, on one Sunday morning, affer 'rwo weeks
of "haun+ing" for missing slips, collec+ing and assorfing, Roslyn Silverberg, Shirley
Zinman, Arfhur Rudnick, Harold Bassen, and Jack Rofhschild mef a+ Miss Zeiger's
house fo rewrife Ihe "knocks."
William Taubin, Harold Dubow, and Morris Goldsholle, Ihe Jremperamenfal arfisfs,
"covered" fhe arf work in fhe Landmark. They were awakened from 'rheir peaceful
slumber one day, when fhe edifor exclaimed, "lf fhose arI'is+s are nol down in five
minufes, +hey're Irhroughf' They reached Room IO5 from fhe Ihird floor in Iwo
The secrefarial work was underfaken and carried ou+ by Sally Gold, Sylvia Sfein,
and Sylvia Fishman.
Af The lasf meefing of fhe sfaff, The following ediforial board was chosen:
Feafure Ediior Managing EcIiI'or
ARTHUR RUDNICK JEROME MARRUS
SHIRLEY ZINMAN HAROLD BASSEN
Liferary Sfaff Ari' S'I'aFf
DOROTHY COHEN WILL TAUBIN
JACK ROTHSCHILD JESSE HERSTEIN
MARGARET HOCHHAUSER MORRIS GOLDSCHOLLE
HOWARD SARANSON Business Siaff
ROSLYN SILVERBERG SALLY GOLD
IRVING BERGER SYLVIA FISHMAN
Slowly and ponderously, fhe doors of heaven swung open, and wifh a heavy,
mournful fread, I marched up fo fhe iudgmenf seaf.
The Lord appeared severe yef kindly, as he benf forward in his flowing robes.
The fhrone was immense and servanfs sfood on eifher side. I fhoughf I recognized
a couple of pals and I nodded fo some of fhem.
This acfion caughf fhe affenfion of His Grace, and he called me before him.
He had a fired and pafhefic ldok, as he peered over fhe rim of his glasses.
"Who are you, where did you come from, and why are you here?"
I was complefely sfarfled af fhe rapidify wifh which he fired his quesfions af
me. I felf fhaf I was geffing "fhe fhird degree." Finally, I recovered myself suffi-
cienfly fo reply-
"Rofhschild, Earfh, fo see fhe sigh'fs."
The Lord isn'f a bad fellow, and he was quife impressed wifh fhe infelligence of
my answer. He explained fhaf he would have fo insfifufe an invesfigafion before I
would be allowed fo mingle wifh fhe ofher inhabifanfs, apologizing profusely all fhe
"In fhe mean+ime," he said, "fake fhaf fellow over fhere, as a guide, and look
"Thanks, Lord. So Iong."
"See you lafer."
I saunfered over fo fhe guide who looked very suspicious.
"Have a ci-gar. Say, whaf are fhe besf sighfs fo see around here?"
"Um-Corona!--Come on, and I'll show you."
I saw remnanfs of very familiar people, whom I presenfly perceived fo be mem-
bers of fhe faculfy af Lincoln High. There were also many confreres. Here, af Ieasf,
everyone walked on an equal basis.
My guide and I became loquacious, whaf wifh cigars and good feelings.
"lf you promise nof fo lef anyone know, l'll show you some+hing."
My curiosify was aroused, and soon we furned a corner of fhe corridor, nearly
falling, in our eagerness, info fhe room.
We wenf inside, and I found myself in one of fhe mosf beaufifully furnished
libraries I had ever seen. Sfocked around fhe walls were shelves of beaufifully bound
books, which, curiously enough, had nofhing bul' numbers on fheir backs.
"The place is beaufiful, buf why should if be shrouded in secrecy?" I asked.
In reply, 'he answered briefly.
I chose a volume whose only 'rifle was "l959." I could scarcely believe my eyes
Why, fhis musf be fhe Hall of 'lhe Fufurel
The book conTained a number ol enTries, chronologically arranged, according
January 2--Rosalind Allenson and Frank Crifasi, one oT The greaTesT Tap dancing
Teams oT all Times, are To dance before The King and Queen oT England.
January 3-The Tirsf woman head of The lnTernaTional Economic Commission will
preside over The meeTing. BeTTy GoldsTein has proved her abiliTy worThy oT The
January 4-The secreTarial deparTmenT of The Social Welfare Bureau will award
medals To Sally Gold and Sylvia STein, Tor The Tine work They rendered To Harvey
STone, PresidenT oT The OrganizaTion.
January 20-ArThur Lackman will be sworn in as PresidenT of The UniTed STaTes
by Chief JusTice of The Supreme CourT Ralph SpiTzer.
February I7-lrving Berger, Jerome lvlarrus, and Anne lvlehlman will deparT Tor
The World Peace Conference as UniTed STaTes delegaTes.
March I--Harvard UniversiTy will add ArThur Pincus, celebraTed Ph.D., To iTs
March 2--A GilberT and Sullivan cycle, revived by BerTha WeinsTein, producer,
will sTar Al Wishner in The leading parT.
March I5-HarrieT Van COTT and Helen Lockwood are filling up space in The
socieTy columns of The leading newspapers. They are sTill The belles of The season.
March 30-Hy Gelfand conTinues Training ouTdoors Tor The annual Tennis maTches
aT ForesT Hills.
June I2-Leonard TeiTlebaum, wiTh his SecreTary Frances Cohen, deparTs Tor
Chicago, by air, in order To supervise The branch in ThaT ciTy of The NaTional Bank of
which he is presidenT.
June 22, July 5, July 23, AugusT l5, SepTember 9, OcTober I3, November 27,
December 3, l5, 2l, 3l-A maze of daTes crowded before my eyes-WiTh a shock
ThaT was almosT audible, I realized ThaT l was reading ThaT which is closed To
humaniTy. l was reading The TuTure.
ExciTedly, l Turned To my guide buT l was meT by The eyes oT The Lord. He
was angry ancl l had hearT-Tailure.
"Why did you come in here? Didn'T you see The sign "No EnTrance" ouTside?"
l explained ThaT The guide had ushered me in. He TelT ThaT aTTer a long earThly
educaTion l should have had more sTrengTh of characTer To resisT The delinquenT
fellow, and commenced To press iudgmenT upon me.
Suddenly, l heard voices. A Torrenl' of rain seemed To be falling. To my
surprise, The Lord Taded from view and -his massive shape disappeared slowly. The
lighT dazzled my eyes. Nebulously, l groped my way back To consciousness, vaguely
cognizanT of The voices of Sylvia Zeligman and Sam Michelson. They were delighT-
edly dancing a iig, Tor They had Tound a good remedy Tor bringing "dead" people
To life-and l, unsuspecTing vicTim, had been The subiecT Tor Their experimenTs.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, The senior class of January I934. being of feeble mind lbecause of The Eco
DepT.l and of unsound body lbecause of The P. T. DepT.l. do hereby draw up, make,
consTiTuTe, leave, bequeafh, as well as donafe The following arficles, Things, obiecfs,
subiecTs. adiecfives, and pronouns. To The following more or less lmosfly lessl honored
To Dr. Mason, we leave six Thousand and some odd lvery oddl sTuden's wiTh
various ambifions and aspirafions.
To The ArThur Sfudios lnc., l3I WesT 42nd STreeT, BryanT 9-7342 ladverfisemenfl,
we leave The proofs of our picTures so ThaT They may laugh aT Them when They are blue.
To Mr. Burger, we leave The "AuTobiography of Lincoln STeTfens."
To Mr. Plauf, we leave Abe Abrams. He may Tackle Luckman nexT Term.
To Mr. Sfeinhardf, we leave a boTTle of musTache encourager.
To Mr. Blum, we leave all The TemperamenTal acfors lefT in Lincoln.
To The Facul-Ty, we are leaving a number of red circular marks which mean
"noThing" To us.
To The neophyTes abouf To inheriT The TiTle of "Senior Class," we leave our
chewing gum under The desks. and The confinual haunfing of Mr. Morris Kaufman
chirping gaily, "The DocTor will be here Tomorrow. GeT your HEALTH EXAM." lare
you lisTenin' Dr. Shulman?l
To The Sophomores, we leave noThing, They help Themselves To anyThing They
To The freshmen, we leave a pair of shears so ThaT They may cuT Their childish
To The Supply Room squad we leave lvlarshall's book on "GRAFT".
To The Service Squad we say, "Thanks for all The pasf favors."
To The nexT Senior Adviser, we leave The advice noT To suggesT doing away wiTh
The dance order cards.
To The new Board of Edifors of The "Log" we leave a shiny pair of dice. Two
decks of cards, and a bridge scorer. They will find This in The desk near The window.
VVe make Mr. Krane, Dean of The Boys, The execufor of This will. lf he doesn'T
carry ouT our insTrucTions as herein seT forTh, we shall reTurn To haunf him. Affer
having read "MacbeTh" we feel qualified To do This.
We The senior class of January I934 do hereby sign our 550 names in in
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HereToTore iT has been The cusTom oT our predecessors eiTher To acclaim The
TeaTs oT The ouTsTanding personaliTies in The Tield oT aThleTic endeavor, or To elucidaTe
The meriTs and accomplishmenTs oT The various Teams. This Term we aim To sTrike
a happy medium, by a combinaTion OT boTh. LeT's proceed.
The soccer Team Tinished iTs season wiTh a Tine record, showing a Third place
in iTs division. The booTers claim seven vicTories. Two deTeaTs, and one Tie. Recover-
ing very nicely Trom The loss oT many oT iTs graduaTed members The Team sTarTed oTT
by deTeaTing Lane 2-O, and Adams 4-O. lT was probably overconTidence ThaT losT
The nexT game To Tilden I-0. Following This, however, The Lincoln soccer men
Triumphed over Manual I-O. A Brooklyn Tech TorTeiT puT Lincoln up in TronT. Had
The Lincoln Team conquered New UTrechT insTead oT being held down To a I-I
Tie. The Ocean Parkway Team would probably have Tinished in TirsT place. Flushing
was The nexT vicTim, succumbing To The Tune oT 6-3, Thus helping Lincoln mainTain
second place. A non-league game wiTh Erasmus resulTed in a vicTory Tor The Lincoln
men 2-I. However The Tinal P.S.A.L. maTch oT The season wiTh Cleveland which ended
in a Lincoln deTeaT, 3-2, broughT The Lincoln Team down To Third place. A posT-
season game wiTh Evander Childs Tound Lincoln The vicTor, 2-0.
CapTain Sam AbromowiTz, MorTon Young. "ScoTTy" Falconer, William Main,
Julie Bauchmer, and Henry Becker Tigured greaTly in The Lincoln vicTories.
JeTTerson was The TirsT Team To meeT deTeaT aT The -hands oT The Coney Island
eleven 6-O. The Lincoln pigskin-pushers ended Their season very nicely also by beaT-
ing a sTrong Tilden Team I8-O. Oh, we TorgoT To menTion ThaT Those games played in
The inTerim were all losT To New UTrechT, Erasmus, ST. John's and Madison respecTively.
During The New UTrechT game, The BensonhursT Team "had Lady Luck on her side"
as a Lincoln auThoriTy on sporTs puTs iT. The TaTes ThaT kepT The Lincoln Team
Trom scoring were Those ThaT probably Tripped and felled a Lincoln backTield man
wiThin Tive yards oT a goal. The Green and WhiTe Team made The only Tally oT The
game on a Treak To-rward pass. In The TiIT wiTh Erasmus, Lincoln made only one
Touchdown To The Sid Luckman Team's Tour. Never was a TooTball Team builT
around one man, as was ThaT oT Erasmus. BuT enough abouT ThaT Team.
In The Tollowing game wiTh ST. John's, Lincoln played mosTly in The oTTensive.
However a swiTT aerial aTTack by The prep men resulTed in The Lincoln deTeaT. 6-O.
LincolniTes were Tound To be mourning on ArmisTice Day, Tor iT was on November I I
ThaT The Blue and Gray eieven wenT down To cleTeaT beTore James Madison I2-0.
The Highway Team was ouT To avenge lasT year's deTeaT and They did in spiTe oT
The sTern resisTance puT up by The Lincoln men.
Due crediT neverTheless should go To CapT. Bob Bresky, Tackle and Dick Greves
Tor Their Tine deTensive playing while oTher honors should be besTowed upon Fred
Eauser and Vin RobiToTTi Tor Their excepTional work on The oTTensive. The combinaTion
oT These Tour, wiTh The cooperaTion oT The Team were highly insTrumenTal in sending
The Tilden eleven home vowing vengeance Tor an I8-O deTeaT.
The cross counTry Team has acquiTTed iTselT nobly in P. S. A. L. compeTiTion,
having aTTained TourTh place in The ciTy championship meeT. Among The harriers who
have gained Tame Tor Themselves and Their school are Frank SlaTer, CapTain Henry
Erickson and Carmine Coppola. The laTTer surprised probably everyone buT him-
selT and Coach SchecTer when he capTured The individual championship of Brooklyn.
lncidenTly The Team placed TwelTTh in The NaTional Championship Finals.
T-he Lincoln naTaTors wound up Their season wiTh a second place in The borough
division, having been edged ouT oT TirsT place by Erasmus. The TirsT Three meeTs
mighT be paraphrased as "swimaways" as The scores will indicaTe. IT was in The
TirsT and Third meeT ThaT The Lincoln mermen Took six ouT oT seven evenTs and in The
second meeT had To be saTisTied wiTh a mere seven ouT oT seven TirsT place evenTs.
The deTeaTed Teams and scores were Boys' High 58-IZ, EasTern DisTricT 55-I6, and
Brooklyn Tech I5-26 respecTively. BuT in The nexT meeT The Lincoln swimmers bowed
To Erasmus by a margin oT Three poinTs, The NepTunes having scored 34 poinTs To The
vicTor's 37. Had The services of Their capTain Herb Glass been available Tor This
meeT, anoTher sTory mighT be Told. The Tollowing meeT wiTh Madison Tound The Team
oT Per Nelson, Al Fine, MilT Margolin, and MilT Eisenberg seTTing a new P.S.A.L.
relay record in I:44 3f5.., Lincoln, by The way, was The vicTor. ln shorT order
Manual and UTrechT were done away wiTh. And iusT To bring To a close a mosT
successTul season, wiTh an almosT spoTless record lThe naTaTors won 8, and losT only
one meeTl The Luxmen deTeaTed Thomas JeTTerson 50-2I, and Samuel Tilden 43-28.
For The TirsT Time in Three years, The riTle Team has Tailed To win The ciTy P.S.A.L.
championship TiTle. However Coach STeinberg's charges made a Tine showing by
doing The nexT besT Thing i.e. annexing second place in The ciTy championship meeT.
Headed by Irv LuTT The riTleers won Their TirsT dual meeT Trom HamilTon, and Then
Trounced Boys High 964-829 in order To give The second Team pracTice. In a re-
Turn maTch wiTh HamilTon, The riTle men seT a new dual meeT record wiTh The score
oT IO63. Jamaica also losT To The sharpshooTers lO35-IO28.
The irony oT iT all is ThaT in The STock Exchange MeeT The Lincoln Team Tinished
second while The Jamaica squad was aT The Top. ln The Tirsl' P.S.A.L. meeT John
Romeo secured The individual championship TiTle. The oTher Lincoln men who
placed were Sid SharoTT, Third, Meyer SchwarTz, TourTh and Meyer Baievsky sixTh. In
The P.S.A.L. Tinals The Lincoln Team shoT iTs way To second place.
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The glory and beauTy which irnmorTalized Greece lives again amid The porTaIs of
Abraham Lincoln High School. Inspired by The legendary goddess, Diana, our girls
have Turned To sporTs Tor pleasure and well-being. The ancienT Greeks, whose ideals
oT physical beauTy have never been excelled, sTrongIy advocaTed parTicipaTion in
aThleTics Tor The developmenT oT The body. Lincoln girls have adopTed many of Their
principles, and The Senior class oT I934 has adequaTely done iTs share in TurThering
Them. The class, as a whole, is easily worThy oT many oT The laurels which our Greek
predecessors annually besTowed upon Their vicTorious sporTsmen.
JusT as The Grecian girls dressed in Tunics, and leaped and whirled on The hills
and plains, our modern girls in The dancing classg aTTempTed To inTerpreT poeTry, life,
ioy, Tragedy, and deaTh. Their Terpsichorean eTTorTs were marked by ease and Tree-
dom, and The sTudenTs used Their individual iniTiaTive in giving movemenT and expres-
sion To music. A number oT Seniors did ouTsTanding work in This group. Odilie
Rojas, EsTher KoviTz, RuTh Ellis, RuTh Shul, MargareT l-Iochhauser, and Florence Blum
were among Them.
In accordance wiTh The ancienT Greek cusTom, we have besTowed The laurel wreaTh
oT honor upon Those who have aTTained perTecTion in Their parTicular Tields oT aThleTic
endeavor. Selma GoIdsTein, champion Tennis-player, was crowned aTTer winning The
TournamenTs. The courTs were crowded on ThaT momenTous day, wiTh specTaTors who
marveled aT The display oT grace and precision. Under a cloudless, blue sky, and wiTh
a hinT oT Indian summer inTluencing her smile, Selma was acclaimed The winner aTTer
a long sTi-uggle. lvlay her laurels spur her onward!
Following The Greek precedenT oT seTTing aside one day in every year Tor Tield
meeTs, our girls, Too, held a Track meeT, Tor which Sylvia RoThenberg was awarded The
laurel wreaTh oT honor Tor proving herseIT The besT racer in speed and Torm.
In sTriving Tor The physical perTecTion which The Greeks achieved, our sTudenTs
have realized The innumerable advanTages oT parTicipaTing in compeTiTive games.
We poinT To Blanche Weisinger as an example OT an all around physical deveIopmenT.
Blanche, wiTh Rosalyn MoskowiTz, Eva Kaplan, Adele Kaplan, Bessie Q. Levine, RuTh
Marcus, and Odilie Roias enTered inTo every sporT, and have proved ThaT They are
indeed worThy oT upholding The TradiTional sporTsmanship oT Lincoln.
"Resolve to be thyseljg and know that he
Who jinds himself, loses his misery."
Propelled by The forces of a defermined socieTy, hundreds of children are
driven, like caTTle, inTo our schools every Term. Lincoln has cordially welcomed These
sfudenfs, and has assumed, in a measure, The major responsibiliTy for each one's well-
being. Blindly enThusiasTic, and almosT wholly raw, They need undersTanding, guid-
ance, and encouragemenT.
Unable To deal adequaTely wiTh individuals, because of class-room roufine,
Teachers have devised a sysfem of exfra-curricular enferprises, The aims of which are
To inTeresT The sTudenT, To draw him ouT, and To offer him a channel Through which
he may freely express his ideas and his opinions.
The firsT conscious sfep Toward ulTimaTe happiness can be Taken only affer one
knows himself. Thus, as one learns To confrol Thaf self, and Then To express iT sincerely,
is one fighfing a baTTle. Affacking The problems courageously, one can scarcely
avoid becoming The vicTor. Probably The greafesf parT of man's success is due
To The exTenT To which his capaciTy for self-expression has been developed.
ln elemenfary school, The sTudenTs are Too young: in college, Too busy. Therefore,
The burden of preparafion for fufure, as well as The solufion To presenf problems, falls
upon The high school, The infermediafe sTage. IT is here ThaT The boy finds The
field of endeavor which inTeresTs him mosT, and for which he is besf fiTTed1 iT is
here ThaT The girl discovers her abilify-lying dormanf, perhaps,-To pursue a par-
Ticular acTiviTyg and if is here ThaT These apTiTudes are given full reign for expansion
Since our governmenf provides merely for an exfensive general educafion, we
ourselves musT ufilize our spare Time in securing The advanfages oT more specialized,
infensive experience. This is achieved Through The medium of club life, which is a
source of inTeresT, profiT, and pleasure, To all who avail Themselves of The opporfunify.
There are many Times during The course of life, when, under The sTrain of cerTain
condifions, TumulT reigns in The mind: deiecTion rules The spirifg and The enTire per-
sonalify becomes submerged under heavy emofional pressure. The individual musT
Then aHempT To raise himselT from his despondency,-a Task which becomes a
hundredfold easier when There is even one medium Through which he may relieve his
emofionq one inTeresT in which he may lose himself To The exTenT ThaT his whole ener-
gefic being is absorbed in exfernal acTiviTy. Thus, his mind is diverfed and The un-
usual perspecfive which his personal conflicfs have caused him To assume Temporarily,
reTurns To normal. During The adolescenT's life, These sformy periods are all Too
frequenf, and The clubs are invaluable for The aid which perhaps unconsciously They
render. They provide an ouTleT for The expression of concenTraTion and inTensiTy of
purpose which invariably accompany such emoTional disTress.
The unresT which Tugged aT The soul of The wanderer, Ulysses, is much lilce The
eagerness, The unquenchable ThirsT for knowledge which surges incessanTly in The
sTudenT who engages in club acTiviTy. The saTisfacTion of such a desire culminaTes in
The sTimulaTion of an inquiring mind which will "carry him consTanTly inTo broader,
deeper, richer fields of experience and which resuITs in growTh in The diversify and
inTensiTy of his abiding inTeresTs." For insTance, a girl may ioin a dramaTic club
because she is inTeresTed in The Technique of acTing. During The course of The Term
she is given a parT in one of The producTions. l-ler fancy is caughT by The subTle
conversaTion, The wiT and charm, or perhaps The Tragedy of The play iTself. She
reads iT Through: sfudies The effecTs7 looks for oThers eiTher of a similar Type, or Those
wriTTen by The same auThor. Thus she is led from one To anofher inTeresT and is adding,
all The while, To her sum ToTal of experience.
As Tor experiences-can any one find more real value To educafion Than acTually
puTTing info eTfecT, Theories discussed in class? Sfudying a sysTem of democracy
is good, buT pracficing one is beTTer. The STudenT CourT is one of The TinesT
organs ever devised Tor individual expression, for iT gives our fuTure ciTizens an op-
porTuniTy for a more comprehensive undersTanding of democracy, and a chance
To display a complefe sinceriTy. EarnesTly conscious oT The Trufh of Their con-
vicfions, They baTTle for Their concepTion of righT and wrong. This, combined wiTh
The experience gleaned from The siTuaTions, helps To build a concrefe foundafion for
EducaTion is The process whereby we learn To live among our fellow men.
There is a cerTain amounT of poise which, noT unnaTurally, is lacking in adolescenf
youTh, buT To which They all aspire. AssociaTions wiTh conTemporaries, Through
which an inferchange of ideas is made possible, lead To an ever expanding con-
fidence in The value of conTribuTing Their own ThoughTs To sociefy.
All These conTacTs beTween Teachers and sTudenTs, and among The sTudenTs
Themselves, are made noT only on an inTellecTual basis, buT also on a social one.
lviingling wiTh men and women,-live, anirnaTed individuals,-glowing wiTh The
effervescenT opTimism of invincible youTh, enrichens experience in a manner wholly
pracTicable, as well as pleasurable.
Primarily, and ulTimaTely, we are TaughT To live firsT wiTh ourselves, Then among
people, and lasT To possess or To acquire a broader, fuller, more ToIeran+ concepTion
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