Academy High School - Academe Yearbook (Erie, PA)

 - Class of 1950

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Mxff c KHIL Do N Ezra I VH78 WM ANN M115 .1- FNORY PHYS FD 5 .3 M155 5 INORI' Puff fp wi' On lanuary 3 l95O Dr lohn M I-hckey popular asslstant pr1nc1pal at Academy l-hgh School took the oath that made h1m Supermtendent of Pubhc Schools 1n Er1e Thls came as a cllmax to h1s eventful years w1th the School D1str1ct of Erle both as a teacher at W1lson lumor l-hgh School and as asslstant prlnclpal at Academy l-hgh School Whlle at Academy Dr Htclcey through h1s helptul encourage ment and constant co operatlon has proved to be one of our best 1n all parts ot the bu1ld1ng he has endeared hlmselt to h1s assoclates and all students and has won tor h1mselt a deep and lastlng qratltude He was always mterested 1n our problems no matter how tr1v1al and h1s wlse suqqestlons and ever present humor w1ll long be re membered Durmg h1s stay at Academy we learned to honor respect and love h1m tor what he d1d for us as an adv1sor and a tnend Academy s loss IS the cxty s gam 6 1 f - ' f 1 friends. By his wise counsel, warm sympathy, and unremitting labor lh1 A 1dt111e IS a record ct many ot the act1v1t1es 111 wh1ch you hav 1frt1c1pated or wh1ch you have emoyed as spectators These ect v1t1e ot the school have become IH one way or another an 1nteqral I Q rt o our educahonal program ln years to come the present students at Acaden y Hugh School w1ll look back over the dCllV1l19S of the school xe 1 V340 lQofl w1th IT1XGd err ot1ons Many t rd rrcrr cr1es vv1ll spr1nq W th tl 1 thouorhts ot all these past dCf1V1l195 there should be asso ted thctohts for the future Such act1x1t1 s should he st1rr1ul1 to tu C1 d better dCllV1l1 s 1n the 1elds o c1t1zensh1p IH order that our t tat fnd nat1on may become an even better place ID wh1ch to v Tlen we can teel that our worlg at Academy l-hgh School has o n t uly worth wh1le S1ncerely W EDWIN COCDN l3r1nc1pal 7 's 1-f Q 1 :"'g A ,. e KDE ' A , . 1 1 1-s 1 ' ' ' , ' , 11 t 1 . ' 1. W , 1 ' ' ' ' ' , xajrc., cnt, Q., It 1 ' -. '.o1 1f1 f " ' 1153. Pleasant assoc1at1onS will be recalled. ctae A A 1 " . . 1 . ' 1' 'e c ' ' urea 11 A 1 ' ' 'e ' f' f ' ' ' ' ' city, s 1 1 ' 1 K ' ' l1 fe. 11 A , ' ' A ' ., Na+- 1 ' .. MISS MILDRFD LOCKWOQD ASS1 tant PFIYICIDGI Ofhce Ulwi Hake! Merqalct We bw Ruth Waugh 'AHL '5w.,.,h 'PT O 2 I SCIENCE Standxng Lynn Davr lame Hyde George Gresler Howard Erchert Seated Erleen Wardell Marra Weschler Laura Wagner Audrey Welther Harry Ramsey, Ethel Ruhlinq, I I ' I . ll :A L- 4 e SPECIALS Stanchng Stephen lar Ch1k George McLean lonathan Brlqht Clirence Swahn Seated Byron Whtteman Ethel CJlllIN r Mary Cran Anne Hoqen e r A nn Cla n c Andre W Graham -4 MATH Lows Hauqhney Helen SQhne1der Marton LPW1 lohnM1tlcov1C N D Chrt t man There a Strauch R1ta Ruseell FINE ARTS Obed Grender Howard Forbes Annette Whaley lsadora Schweitzer Margaret Lord. ' x COACHES Standxng Anthony Preseona Frank Pettmato lack Kornora Mar1on LPWIQ Mtchael Ferrare Iamee Hyde Leonard Mattts Seated Clarence Swann Nelson Hale Georoe Cteeter Harry Ramsey Robert Ack r Stephen L1DCt'11k 'vm-ug! A C M rter rt 12 7' Q , , S , . , 1 F . ,Q X , 2 I ,y ' f A ' V "fl A, 1 Georfgi Yfettoter, 711,115 Mtnafleo, a Q A Bo ner. sl- fifq K, mf 13 f X xx 5' 5 B .v 5 U 'D '5 Q I 4 1' Q7 3 , my mx , f 0 ffff fff, k0f,,, ,,,,,, ,HY ,,,, ,ff fi-1'l'f'l 7.17.1 I J Jlify l'f'l ffllfy flfffnlfff 417 Hnj ff H1 ,Y f I, f 1 , I , , ffflfffxf fyfiflf f f .fir f , ,nuff fffflll !,1GICf'mW- Q Q . 'SP' 4 Q , . ' - , ' X' 4 xp? Q , h 4 4 KSJ T53 0 ff I 466 YP' Psi? '22 Q I ' ' eff' 3 - M. X sqwv' A Q05 eniom EUGENE ADIUTORI "Geno" Lrkes to travel lntellrqence p us to be a lawyer 15 h1S alm full of fun and qood natured Gee Whrz IOSEPHINE ADIUTORI OSIS Llqht on her feet and nlrnble Wllh a baton pleasant and trlendly full ol slncerrty and qocd wlll Bahy rt s Cold outs de MARGARET BRACCINI PGCJQY Flowlnq tresses socks and heels she hates to see seam stre s deluxe collects horse tatues Pee Wh17 LEAH BURCHFIELD Trck l-er ear for news w1ll be a help tn lfer reporunq career trlendly and krnd Cheerful dl DOSIUCII Rluq lt T POMAS CARRIC. Cowboy Qutet er y qomq pendal le a hurry qraduate- mtere ted rn football GERALDINE CIANFLOCCO Cerrle ea r he ds uye uttere ted nu c lothe cle IQIIHICJ plea ant rerscn 1 tty We ARTHUR ALLEN Sandy Ardent football fan oh that Curly hanr handy wrth lathe and drrll Oh gee MARY ANN BRETER Mare In her spare trme she can be found readrnq or sewmq con scxentrous qu1et but frrendly Oh brother LAURA CAMERON Scothe Musrc wrll be the keynote of her career a wh1z on roller skates attrachve fr1endly and full of fun Oh sugar IACK CHAMBERLAIN Chamble Tall dark and wltty spend hrs tlme rn alleys Cbowlmq that Dcn t get ycur blood u a bubble IANE MARIE CONAWAY Qutet way and pleasant mlle never ln a hurry enyoys. danclnq h artrsttr altllty That s l hy LOIS CONN Shorty Short but sweet swtms ltke IS everybodv s frxend Oh glory be GERALDINE DeFONSO Gerry Full of fun and fancy free agreeable radlant personalxty athletlc ab1l1ty How about that 'tow IRENE ELLIS Watch her fnngers fly over the typewrtter keys I 1 s sw1mm1ng frxendly person a 1ty H1 Kld ROBERT FERRANDO Eff1e Boone Never overworks dehmtely athletic favors low hemlrnes collects bord books Cheese 1t RUTH FISCHER 1 I Talks a mtle a mmute fun to have around collects class1 cal mustc well never forget her as Ftfx Hel lo Ioe IOSEPH FRACASSI Pm curl A sportsman blg tease always ready for a laugh rkes hrs g1rls natural good srnger MARY GRACE DAMICO Mare A tru ty frtend rn every need appy dlsposrtron tkes o read Oh my heavens DONNA DORAN Don A great homebcdy farrway enthuslast collects salt shakers pleasant smrle IOHN EVERHART ack Ever ready sm1le slow and letsurely a marvelous sense of humor looked forward to graduahon never overworks VIRGINIA FICKENWORTH Glnny Future fash1on deslgner frtendly good natured dependable enloys smgmg IEANETTE FLAHERTY Ienny Flxghty you should hear her rattle off German lrkes pro IQSSICFGI wrestlxng Want a shot rn the head 9 BURT FRIEDMAN Burt A smooth dancer determrned mterested 1n aeronauttcs talks much happy go lucky well dressed I l .. . 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' H . . . makes friends easily llF.f,1l A' " -11- NETTA ELIZABETH FRITTS FFIIISI Beautlful dark halr her a1m IS success personahty of her own attract1ve That s for me IANICE I-IAGMANN lanme Oh' that chem class tall and athletlc wh1rl of w1t u of laughs Oh Gus RICHARD HASKINS Dlck A qulet boy around school schoolwork comes second shy sm1le A fool and hlS money are soon parted VINCENT HEIDT V1nce Good for a laugh another reason why teachers get grey Academy s Roy Rogers ou know 1t IOHN HELLWEGE ack Dxvmg champ handsome boy always seen w1th Gerry easy gomg one of Academys best sw1mmers Two dollah DAVID HIGMAN Ch1pS The lure of the foothghts beckons many xnterests makes a good ma1orette genlal nature You know what I mean ESTHER GUSTAFSON GUSSIS I.1ked by all a keen student a sm1le tor everyone l1kes to travel Oh my garsh I UNE HARRIS Iume Tw1rIs a baton w1th ease and grace seamstress deluxe chatterbox she wants to do Homework Qulck l1ke a unny NANCY HEATH Nane L1kes a good t1me sees the brighter s1de ot l1fe wants to be a secretary collects etchmgs How bout that? ESTHER HELFAND Ess1e Very Interested IH art hvely full of pep talks a m1le a mmute terr1f1c personalmty 1 DOROTHY HERMAN O Hard worker dependable good hearted charmlng 1nterested member of the mer chand1s1ng class That s my man DONALD HOFFMAN Don Wants to go to sea tall and good lookmg tllrtatlous optlmlstlc all around fellow Drop dead my . .11 H . H . U I , , I ' ' - U H H . . . . H . H u . If U H H H U . . b If 1- . 11 " " . u . H . H I If u . 11 1- . ff I HY - - - - - - ttH.,,1 . , ,, . . . . HD If HI ,. t . -I H . . . , , , . . . . . . I- H ' I . . . . . . . H u u -1 . ff It H u If H H FRANK I-IORNYAK A l1ve wtre sees the brlghter slde of hte frxendly grm loves to bowl gtft ot gab Mu DORIS MAE JOHNSON Blond1e loves roller skatmg future ofhce worker joys shorthand wavy tresses EDWARD KAUFMANN Mouse Never overworks collects book match covers on the quxet slde What a tomato LOIS KING Qu1et reserved wants to be a doctor s GSSISLGHI ab e seamstress sunny dlsposttxon Sure you feel O K 7 DONALD KLINE Don Wants to get rtch quick easy come easy go hkes wrestlxng seen but eldcm heard Be good REED KREIDER ID Qulte the artist excels IH track calm cool and collected d1sl1kes femmlne drxvers Man what a car' WILLIAM HUTCI-IINSON I-Iam Hutch Marcom Iunlor has h s own radto statton Irtendly per sonallty handy wtth anythlng mechanlcal I ll be og gone IAMES JUSTICE lm Everybody s frlend love that volce' ttckles the IVOYIES actlve around school must clan deluxe Well school me' RICHARD KENNEDY Irlsh Keen student muslcal IH terests always wlth Phyllis wants to study law Irxendly I dasn t dare he IACK KLEIN Good look1ng mad car carefree a great Casanova keen about flshmg guxte wrestler What a beast VICTORIA KONZEL Vtckl Our engaged glrl wants to be a beaut1c1an a neat dresser unhurrled Oh my DOLORES KUBIAK Dee She sews a flne seam good sport seen but seldom heard wants to be a clerk tkes to skate " ff" ' a. UI. ,, ..LO,, ..IOCkO,, ' ' l ' " " ' the HR... .. ,, l W-- -lg- ETA LANDBERG Qulet but mlschlevous act1ve hkes to wrxte letters Cwonder to whoml full ot fun Flddle dee dee MARY LICATO L1Ck Wants to be successful brxght dlsposltlon llkes a good txme slncere always lauqhmq Very good SHIRLEY LOOSEMORE Shlrl Pretty long halr shy smlle emoys sewmg always ready to help Holy cow Very dCt1Ve senlor dlsllkes glrls ln leans keen student dependable lots of 1n1t1a 1ve Yeah yeah we know MARY MARGARET MCFADDEN M1CkeY Reserved but fr1endly opl m1st1c a qulck smlle fond of roller skatmg Holy cow DONALD NORDIN Don Curly ha1r plays basketball lndustrlous student tr1endly personallty Hello Schmuck OTTILIE LAUTERBACH Sparkhnq sm1le pretty blonde able secretary of N H S art1st1c talent Hel lo RICHARD BROOKS LOOMIS Brooks HIS prlze German Shepherd takes most of hls txme affected loyal detests femmme dr1vers THERESA MALINOWSKI Te sle Mae Emoys 1ce skatlng good hearted always Wllllnq to he p smcere wants to be a secretary Bxq joke RUTH MARTIN Marty Self assured talented roller skater a 1ov1al nature e uoys a good tlme You re so luck kay MAURACE MCLEAN Dxshkes crowds emoys draft lnq a regular fellow qu1et reserved mce to know conservatlve DAWN NOZIGLIA ZIQQY Peppy cheerleader wants to go to college a qulck smtle qocd hearted well lmked Your father s beard llEtl' ll . ll I Tll ...ff " loe" l l . ll I l .ll , . . .l h I . I U . H 5 , . . . ' ' ' I I . ll . . ll DUANE MALM H H H I: !. . ...U 1 . ll ll . I l . I I I l . . . H , . . . . . . -V ll IA ' V' 1 -aj- FLORINE OLSEN "Flo" All around athlete . . . well- mannered . . . she'll follow along in her tamily's footsteps . . . That's what you think WALTER PAPROCKI Wally Shy and quiet genial nature King of the Mid year Prom ardent photographer break your arm EDWARD PORKOWSKI Moose Reserved television rates high on his list of entertainments upright citizen I don t know what you mean OLAMAE REISENAUER Olie Always at lane s house pleas ant disposition pleasing voice enyoys dancing or cows sake MAUREEN RIZZO Marne Cute easy going never in too big a hurry tall and dark likes to dance wants to be a secretary Are we ever DONALD ROSENTHAL O6 Likes skeet shooting want to be a national sportsman outdoor man a redhead ambitious it Yi Q iii? ALLAN PANCEREV "Losh" Flirtatious . . . likes wrestling . . . out for a good time . . . smooth dancer What a beast GERALDINE PASTORE Gerry Midget like husky voice live wire talkative wants to be happily married Drop dead ROBERT REGAL Bob Wants to be a banker apple ple is his favorite food easy to please NORMA RICCI Ricky Serious minded collects scenic pictures dislikes brag garts pretty clothes Wha hoppen7 THOMAS ROGERS Buck Wants to be a scientific farmer always with lune wrestler deluxe good looking You know it GERALDINE ROTH Gerry Quiet well mannered helpful cooperative amiable personality ou betcha IOSEPHINE ROUNDS Wants to be a secretary celle t seamstress genlal qulet but a good frlend Holy Moses GEORGE SCHILLER Qulet amxable says hls favorxte subyect IS 7th perxod easy come easy go saw JOHN SCHUMACHER Shoesey Carefree happy go lucky good looklng w1ttv good BARBARA SMITH Barb Wants a happy llfe ardent T V fan loves to gab cons1derate Help me MARY LOU SWARNER OU Full of fun always wxth Gerry a lxve wxre l1ked by all lots of personallty cheer leader I don t know WILLIAM THEIS 1 Great Casanova good basket ball player clar1net player 1n the band Whats the 1dea'9 MARIE SHERICK Sherxck Talkatlve fl1ghty wants to travel collects perfume sparkllng personallty or cow s sake RAMON SCHLEY 6 A good scout wants to be a naval offxcer baseball en thuslast llvely Llfe IS what you make 1t EARL SHADE Iumor Handy w1th a racquet mana ger of basketball team con sclentlous student agreeable BETTIE STOVER Betts Enloys swmmmmg can usually be found at Leahs house qu1et and llkeable Iurnpmg Iehosaphat DANIEL TACCONE Beast In a hurry to graduate IS favonte subyect IS Enghsh be cause he can catch up on IS sleep wltty Iudas Priest RUTH TOME Ruthle Most often seen wlth Maureen lxkes to play the pxano always sm1l1ng congemal Are we ever 1 ..IO,, .. , ,. . . . ex' ' ... ' ... nature... ' ' ' ' . . . "F HR d.. ' V LP ' 1 Second baseman personality . . . "Holy smoke" 1 . 1 . I . 1 . ' ' xx ' HL ,, , V h' ..B.H,, .. . ,, -gg - DOLORE5 VOGT LOIS VOGT Do o Angel Talented art1 full rt ep ln her spare moments she wrltes ltkes to tce skate wants tor1es and poems fr1endly to be an ofhce clerk energetxc Sure oh str oh vou bet you bet LAWRENCE WATSON DORIS WATCHERSON Qpecs Dottle Ton Carefree lrkes a good 'mme good sense of humor enloys baseball O rs xt ever Pretty red halr hates to be Called Red short and sweet frlendly Oh dear GERALDINE wouf MARILYN WOLF Gerry Dee Dee Mlschxevous peppy Cheer etlte flashmg smlle twlrler wants to travel always wlth lack or Mar Sews 6 fme Seam Oh n ou photogenlc JUNE YAPLE RICHARD ZIPPEROLA lume Zlpp DlSllk9S rude people a whlz at math soc1able athletzc good hearted Holy cow Nlce loolung good loe mdustnous well mannered a wrestler By drng dong 1 Rxght :rl step R Tome andl Danowskl 2 Love that gun' R Ferrando 3 At the Prom D Spathls and R Krexder 4 Bashfu1'7 D NOZ1Ql1d 5 Bathxng Beauty E Helfand 6 Starry eyes G Wolf andl Hellwege 23 st... ,p ' . s ' ..f'Yes, ,, leader . . . expresswe blue eyes 4 ' Y . ..lu I on L ' E' f5F'Z,.,.f.,., Umm., Presrdent Vrce presmlenf Secretary Treasurer DUANE MALM EUGENE ADIUTORI RUTH FISCHER JAMES IUSTICE 1 The executwe B Wagner Z S1tt1ng pretty l Auch 3 Sleepy txme gals C Wuenschel B QDell B Hellman D Roll 4 Horslng around D Kennedy Oh that physlque C SCdlZ1ll1 6 Pretty foursome l Garnow l Hartwell B Caldwell l lVlcM1cl'1ael 'I Lovely srrule R Trlrnble 8 Sweet mus1c M Kurtz 9 Before the dance B Rowell P Loesch A Adams I Smoot 10 Proud escorts G Ad1UlOT1 A Pancerev l Kleln Z4 une LCQPJ Pres1dent Vlce Pres dent Se etery Treasurer NORBERT WALCZAK DGUGLAS BOYD REMLE NELSON IOSEPH SALVIA l The pause that refreshes l Clement 2 Danc1ng 1n the dark A Foote and l Cost 3 Good pals C Lukeas and D Lemgang 4 I Mahnowskl and D B nz 5 Wmter wonderland B Volqstadt and C Konnerth 6 Always D Andrzelewsklandl Schryver 'I Royalty B Hellman andl Stoll 8 Blcycle bullt for two C91 F Kowalslu and V Eller 9 In the good old summer t1me D Bohrer andl Nutter Z5 EMILIE ALBRYCHT Emy Sparkllng eyes a cheery smtle student deluxe always wlth Pat patlent pendable How shnooky B TTY AMANN Splder One man woman curly brown alr attractlve tall and always neat You don t say MARILYN AMSDEN Lynn Full of fun amlable person alxty Els1e s slster collects photographs That s all rlght you re allowed RICHARD ANDRZEIEWSKI Andy Our tall dark tackle good 1 fun lovlng favor1te subyect Ian popular Fatty NANCY APPLEBEE Nan Peaches and cream complexron pretty black halr reserved loyal frtend For cat s sake PAUL BAILER Soak Hunt1ng enthusxa t on the quxet slde enloys hr plpe lnterested IU photography happy go lucky Yaksha mash LAURA ALWENS Laurle Wrtty a n1ce person to know amb1t1on IS to be a steno grapher energettc ou don me t A EN Our en aged glrl short and cute always a fr1endly H1 youngest of a stster team Could have fooled me HARRY ANDERSON Andy Clock watcher generous easy gomg love that mcd ern carll' Ya don t say A 4 ,Ltr f 17 L4 zfffak' LOUIS ANTAHADES Loute Hard work1ng mus1c1an plays a mad sax easy gorng llkes golf everyone s fr1end .mtfntwl IRMA AUCH etty s buddy blue eyed blond soft spoken musl cally mcl1ned a good pal Don t upset me DONALD BAKER Don Blond crew cut brrght blue eyes lrkes to work on hls Burck track enthusxast Do I hatta7 ' A ...dey I' " f .11 , ,,' I , A N A If ' 1 If Lf D ' L. , H "El" "' ll Il . -x ... Il ll'. I I - - 1 ll ' "' f VI ll I IV frlyf J' " L , ,f . fx -,fe 'Lfgfbw LLYIYLL 7 fi of ' " ,lg rf, ' ' . IN' 1 ka... 4 - u rr. I I I I . I . . . I I 2 . ' 0 Y . l L . B ' ... ,, --26,,,. PATRICIA BAKER 6 Strlklng appearance a knac w1th clothes m1sch1evous eyes loads of fun Thats a good deal ,ftjf DELORES BARBER Tom Quxte the skater quxet but smcere wants to be a typ1st collects chma dogs How dumb CARLTON BARTHELMES Bud Tall and dark wants to be a pubhc accountant good looklng frlendly sm1le You can t say EDWARD BELLUCCI Defmlte lnterest ID photography agreeable seen but seldom heard competent fr1endly For why? HELEN BIEBEL Expert wxth a squeeze box has the dblllty to get along w1th people frlendly never azy always w1th ROS16 How Cow SALLY BIRKNER Boots Rad1ant smxle sunny neat and cute collects dolls enyoys tenms efhcxent My heavens 1 A Barlb A trxendly smxle for everyone peppy personahty glft of gab lntends to be a secretary How darlmg DONALD BARBER Don Even tempered qulet and easy QOIDQ d1sl1kes homework 1ntell1gent student How bout that7 I OANN BEEGLE oey Always cheerful never com plams unassummg a good sport mce to know o ca 147 DOROTQY l Dottle Ind1v1dual1st1c cute and blond ambltlous student excellent swtmmer always cheerful fcfp hz R SEM RIE BIRK Rosle Short and sweet contaglous laugh consclentxous pendable collects m1n1ature vases Gee Whxz Mm VIRGINIA BOGA Gmnle One of our tw1rlers fdSClD6 tmg d1mples hkes to dance a sense of humor m V-1 ft so ft ,. ,, N 0'0 . Mfrs WIN ..P tn .. ,. ,. h .. . .. , I A . x 'l .V ,- 5' , fs. I - K 1 A bl! 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THERESA BOGUSZ Anythlng to help a frlend cooperatlve qulet but good company smcere gomg to be a typlst Good gr1eI RICHARD BONIGER Dtck A qulet boy around school knows when to have a good tlme a swell guy to know Don t thmk know RITA BOWERSOX Y Reet Bubblmg over wtth conversation happy and excxtable hlgh spmted fun to have around Shucks DONNA BRACE Pretty short red ha1r operatwe hard worklng VIOIISI deluxe wants to be a recreat1onal dlrector Good gravy Pl-IYLLIS BRANDT Phy T1ckles the 1vor1es pleasant hard worker plans to be a concert p1an1st For cat s sake DONN BROWN Browme Well mtormed on news loys huntmg never overworks fun to have around w your mother wears army shoes DONNA MARIE BOHRER Donn1e Shmlng auburn tresses ways seen wlth Ilm dalnty a Ialthful fr1end nalve lust a m1nute IAMES BOSNAKE Basov M1sch1evous expert dancer another reason why teachers should get more pay dev1l1sh SIIIIIS Drop dead DOUGLAS BOYD Doug Always ready to help our record breakmg track star sarcast1c w1t everybody s fr1end tall and lanky You look I can t ii DANIEL DI I-I Sonny Sportsmmded ln a rr o at t1mes Go lay a brass egg PATRICIA BROWER 6 I1tterbug fan mmble twlrler photogemc rad1ant sm1le VIVGCIOUS tap dancer What s the scoop here7 WILLIAM BROWN I A fellow most people have to look up to the leader of the band ood natured lohn L the second plans to be a mlnlster I know lt . . 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I., P t I' MA GQ. ,Ll .T W tl . ll MB-HI' ' . , . en- ,28 ,L LOIS BURKETT O1 Attractlve blond flxghty l1ve wrre mtends to be mustcran never on ttme You know It EVALYN BUTT Ev1e D1sl1kes all boys but one short and attractlve school comes second soft voxce Honest true HELENE CARLSON Chatterbox l1ve w1re personahty plus cute as a button always WTIIIUQ letters lots of tr1ends What a schnook X 'X U Jvu I It 655' ,ka K, Tfaiy, BETTY CALDWELL Talented muslc rates g wrth her pretty halr lxkes to dance usually seen at Astec Don t upset me WILLIAM CARROLL I Wavy hanr qulet way and ready smlle always wlth Frank There are none so stupxd as those who w1ll not learn HAROLD COHEN 6 Energettc cheerleader seen but seldom heard determlned s1ncere and fa1thful Now wart a mxnute ,. ufv0AJL,z SMH PAYSON BURT Burt Good natured easy qomq lots of perseverance a qood 1 srncere Don t fllp your lld JTHOMAS CACCHIONE Cacch An actlve senror sportsmmd scores h1qh IH basketball seen but seldom heard Aw bananas GILBERT CARLSON 1 To be a mach1n1st IS h1s amb1t1on baseball enthusxa t trlend to all a good sport RICHARD CARR Never s1lent and always happy wants to be a salesman tr1endly fellow amb1t1ous I don t kn w ,dl pc Cafwf My C WM CARMEN CATANIA Frenchxe Lxf Co captam of the cross country team w1tty well lrked longs to be a sportswrlter Grve It a break IOSEPI-I CLEMENT oe Everybody s buddy cheerful optrmrstxc q1rl s delnqht he ll be on top some day Take 1t easy f f I V of f f ' ed... . . . 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"B'll" ' - l ' l ll II ' ' ' 4 I A 1 n u I I . . Q A genial nature . . . hard worker . . . . . . H ' ' I 4 . . . . . . H , V ' ' ' H ' , . CY 11 ll . , . a " " 1- H I ' ' . - -I NHL I . . .... A .. . .X Q A .. X - . X . ,rx xxx 1- A ' I ' I T, X Q- -'g - N gl ' o -30 - DOROTHY CI-IRISTOPH Chrts Personallty of her own takes thmgs as they come full of mlschlef good hearted That doesn t cut any 1ce DORIS CLINTON Wxlhe Rad1ant smlle pleasant and agreeable llkeable pert Keep a cool head keep a cool head I ,gk A. 4-vvff WILLIAM COLLINS I Basketball abxlxty school comes second qutte the joker Mlf s problem ch1ld You get lt? LEE CURRY on the stage crew a fluent talker You name 1t and I ll bulld a cage for 1t MARIORIE DEAN Honey Unruffled nn manner easy gomg qutet alms to be a nurse even tempered IAMES DICK O6 Musxcally mlnded keeps h1s thoughts to hxmself favor1te class P O D easy qolng I don t care DoLoREs DONALDSON "Daily" AUDREY DOUGAN "Suzy" A sparkler on her finger . . . quiet disposition . . . placid . . . modest and quiet . , . enthusiastic . . .I "Holy cow" , I ti! J f W ' ffl' QVAXLVV JU' gk A good sport . . . a genial nature . . . knows when to have a good time . . . always the same . . . ucgiepky, wit for me" di K fG'.4Z,' Mig! ANN DOWNING DOROTHY DRAGER Annie o Beautiful voice stunning appearance dance enthusiast lively personality You know it Neat large repertoire of yokes generous to be a buyer is her aim helpful How can ya tell DOROTHY DRAKE Dee Dee RONALD DREXLER Ron Talented artist full of mischie and fun happy and bright enyoys sewing and singing No doubt Quiet disposition reliable math is no problem competent collects coins Drop dead W! EDWARD ELLER fVlOl..ET ELLER Good looking pleasant per sonality sparkling smile reserved stylish clothes Oh heck 9455 HARRY ELMGREN Hair Breadth A good kid throws a wicked curve in baseball his friends he ll never lose Drop dead RONALD ELIASSON OD Good lookin con sonality Q.,-I ix Ou friend to al-lpn nioys cbd? Striking eyes a fellow of few words enioys photography good worker spoolced m heavens twflfw lwqffcgje his Q grid iron reat i e ine MARY EVANS Mimi Absent minded editor of the ar changeable serious nature personality of her own good hearted Ach der lieber song ou kn know you know it X :KY V we 'T ya! ' f jd 7 I rl A V I M .. . ,, HD t.. f A r , ,aff , f fl llV.ll "Ed" 1 r A 1 ' . V1 i s if , - ' , ' ' ' 1 . . . serious at times . . . "Oh, . . . I ll .e H ,!Z,xtxv ! v' , 1 If -.X 7 K' :I ' 1 f ' AN El. M., li S., f .i . ... 1 V, ,, ' ' ...q l'ty th r Si ' . . ' , o en d ... A .lQ."Y i, u 1 ., 'i . ,, 4 f , , V X- K - T ' 'vi f"'!,L C Lk - 's.lXa v ' L X' J 0 l X1 5 A T V A I l T Q 4 alt: R . 5 1 s 5 " K T , -X , . - - - lr 'V I ROBERT F ABER Bob Lnvely personallty says h1 favor1te sublect IS noon movles a keen mterest IH sports Wha a at BERDELLIS FEHRER Berdy Short and cute l1kes 1ce skatmg wants to be a steno grapher full of fun and fancy ree Oh flsh SANDRA FISHER Sandy Hates to be called Sandra am1able personahty a oyal frxend amb1t1ous on the gu1ets1de My plnk eyebrow ARLENE FOOTE Audy Domestlc fond ot play1ng p1ano pretty sm1le camera flend a good mlxer lovely complex1on Cats CHARLES GARDNER Hotshot Takes l1fe as lt ccmes hates poor sports fr1endly good pal Oult pulllng m e MARILYN GERRELL Lynn Very fr1endly a greetmg for everyone tall blond twmkhng blue eye wants to be a secretary Turn blue ,MA 27fld'f94.-431' WILLIAM FEATHERSTON Spook Tall strlkmg guy pol1te good humored lnterested ln anyth1ng Naval Get off my back NANCY FINAZZO Smudgy Elf l1ke beautlful black ha1r a rmg on her fxnger easy to get along wxth pleasant company EILEEN FITZGERALD IZ Ou1et but warmhearted ways wtth V1olet shy sm1le a good ltstener d1sl1kes concext My achlng back SHIRLEY FUHRMAN Clem Good natured always wlth Lots ambltlon nurslng l1kes to sxng Thats my excuse what s yours? ,C ,V f IA cr c.AR146"w Ianney Photograph collector serlous mlnded pretty eyes IS ltkes affected people quiet Do you mlnd very much RONALD GIBBONS OD Good natured attractlve a real sport wants to work on the Lakes rather quxet Pretty classy .J H ff ,, I l . .. ,, .. ,, f .. . ,, . f .. ,, .. . ., Ft . . 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RICHARD GIFFORD D1ck Always Jokmg never on trme b1g fllrt full of fun snappy dresser Get off my back MARIORIE GLOYSTEIN Mousey Cheerleader talented artxst I am the Whlstler' u of pep l1vely personal1ty Turn blue PHYLLIS GORENFLO P Y Lovely blond ha1r good dns posltlon hates gosslp followmg 1n Florence Nxghtm gale s footsteps Really now l AN GREENER Whxsk Love that yalopy well ltked a spagheth eater lxkes to IS full of the dtckens Knock nt off EDWARD HAMADY Bxg Ed Always late football player a lot of fun b1g arms for the future Make the best of the srtuatlon RONALD HARPST Ronnle Industrrous a sports enthuslast loyal Splfll many frtends always a good worker Its a great l1fe rf you dont weaken HARRY GLAUSER Glaus Stage Crew manager Can he really cook? l1kes baseball expresslve eyes effxclent Wha hoppen'9 REGINA GOETZ Dreamy eyes trustworthy frxend never wlthout a suq gestxon pleasure xn whatever she does modest and quxet .LDC ALICE I ANE GCWAN S Industrlous dependable a bnqht smlle fond of mus1c s1ncere frrendly Wha hoppen'7 ELEANOR GRYGIER E le Fun lov1ng frlendly dlSpOSl lon takes thlngs as they come qu1et full of school sp1r1t Is that a fact HERBERT HANSON Herb Our bl ?easy go g s no future IH xt MARGARET I-IARRINGTON Blondxe fl1rtat1ous school comes second always has an excuse dramatlc ll ll I All D ' O I l ll I I .. If f A . . . I ' ll ll 1 . . I ,7f V, - rx., , . A , -K .. h I 4 ,gr .1 ' 1' 0 fl .. . ,, .. H. ,. xl 4 I1 U . lx ' ' ' ll . . . lis . . - ... ... ' ' o ... nj ' 1- 1 - - I , ' ' ' ll ROBERT HARRINGTON Bo Good natured says hrs amb1 t1on IS to be a Ilrst class bum actlve throws a good tenor IH cholr Goodness graclous MARILYN HAUPT HOPPY Enjoys a good t1me tall and graceful wants to be a career woman I could ve fallen through the floor RITA HELD Reet Frlendly an expert dancer her atm to be a beautlclan a h1 for everyone Bless your llttle pomted head and shoes to match LAWRENCE HERBSTRITT Larry all and blond he ll make a good coach quret a track enthuslast one swell boy you say? CHARLES HERSHELMAN Chuck Basketball player ln h1s spare t1me rather qulet trxendly greetmg for everyone ltkes math sure to succeed ELIZABETH HESS Betty Even d1spos1t1on sparklm eyes COIISCIGDIIOUS worker a green thumb Holy COW IOAN HARTWELL Wltty when shes around we re never blue vtvacnous member ot the Ink Spots Maybe next t1me MARIE THERESE HEIM Tresle Domestlc a shy sweet sm1le her hobby IS c llectmg re CIPSS and domg em 1dery mterested IH nte coratmg BET NN HELLMAN e Attractlve clothes wavy haxr wants to be a comptometer Oh cut 1t out DONALD HERMANN Don Fond of art class hts amb1t1on IS to be a contractmg engmeer gemal and good natured Better late than ever J f x., DORIS HERSHEY Ou1et ways ln the merchan dxsmg class shy sweet sm1le reserved ready to lend a helptng hand DONALD HESS Bull Dozer Baseball enthuslast fond of carpentry and plans to make 1t IS vocatron frxendly No monk around .. bn . f ' ' ' ll ll A '- - - ' I In . 11 Q , X, .1 ff ' Il' -It . H l A . . . 'A . . . , I . 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GILBERT IOHANNES l Oulet well mannered athlehc wants to be a plumber thoughtful good look1ng Watch out for that 1t s a woman FRANK KACPROWICZ Ienkms Easy to get along w1th can t stand woman drtvers mtellt gent lots of fun Get a head you ll need one BET HIGGINS Lorrle Loves to stng graceful fond of horse back rtdmg wants to be a beautlctan good hearted Meow ROBERT HUBERT Bob Ardent sports tan enjoys a good argument hlstory IS hrs favortte subyect ambtttcus Money IS the root of all evll JOAN HUGHES Ioame Pehte blonde qUleIdlSDOS1llOn wants to be a court steno grapher camera fxend Or somethln GERTRUDE IASKIEWICZ Gert1e Fond of gardenxng u o pep always f1nds somethxng to talk about athlehc happy You trk me LOUISE JORDAN E Beautlful ha1r llkes a good ttme talkat1ve fhrtatnous wants to be an alrltne hostes For Pete s sake AGNES KALISZEWSKI Aggte Ou1et cute smlle enthus1 asttc cooperatxve Ioyce IS her pet peeve generous You lead a tough l1fe IXJC4, 35 l N rg ' . 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DORISANNE KALIVODA Dome A dark halred lass of outstandmg charm starry eyes wants to be a medtcal ecretary loyal I-Ieav WILLIAM KELLY 1 Outdoor man good k1d on the qutet Slde but pleasant company hates women drlvers easy goxng ludas Pnest LAWRENCE KIEKLAK Ktek Hts ambltlon IS to own a blg restaurant hates to be called Klapper happy tn a blg way everybody s frtend Easy does tt JOYCE KOEN Brenda pet peeve a chatterbox when w1th her best pals a slender and graceful Order or request MARIE KOSTEK Terry Blondte twlnklmg eyes wntes short stones IH her spare tlme you should watch her type Oh I mlght as well JO ANN KRAUZE lo Io Doesnt make much noxse hard worker tall and slender emoys lxfe a good fr1end For Pete s sake PAULINE KAMINSKI Pauly Fl1rtat1ous qu1ck to blush at almost anythmg great letter wrtter a chatterbox Holy cow SHIRLEY KERSHAW Sherry Fond of s1ng1ng cheery d1s pos1t1on capr1c1ous un lov1ng knows what she wants and works for It MARY LOUISE KLEIN Lefty A loyal frtend rosy cheeks can t stand gosslps attracttve qulet perfect lady What more do you want7' Oh man CONNIE KONNERTH one cute lovely dark halr sweet smlle camera f1end v1vac1ous Good heaven lOl-IN KRAINIK ac W1ll1ng to help come what 'X may ac'k wxl be content math IS easy knows how have a good hme QIOAN KRZEWINSKI Krevl Well dressed emoys a good ttme fl1rtat1ous full of pep mrnble on the dance floor Pass sunshnne ll . ll 'I " u 1 . . . 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V. to ll . ll - ,sl I .,, f .., X . 36 Y- DOROTHY KULIGOWSKI Do do Oulet shy smlle we mannered a good sport fond of the out of doors ways ready to help Leave me be NANCY KUNTZ Nance Lots of fun good company loyal l1kes to be w1th a crowd never IH a hurry Drop dead twlce ALBERTA KYLO I' n to be to an ,fl BI agent ows what she wanw e rgehc WW LEONARD LECHTNER Lenny Curly brown ha1r outstandmg cheerleader seen w1th Mlldred lllces basketball Is that r1ght7 DEMARIS LEINGANG Dee Brown natural curly ha1r seasoned dr1ver7'9 you ll ways have a good txme w1th Dee good hearted klddlng ROBERT LEVOSKY ob Mechamcally mlnded an all round good por' er,oys tnkermg w1th automobrles slow but sure prefers e outdoor hfe STANLEY KUPNIEWSKI Cooper lolly good fellow emoys good t1me snappy dresser good lookmg reserved fa wig JW mdustrxous MARY KU Edltor of Academy? s deluxe talented muslclan lxkeable personallty plannmg on college Ich wexsz mcht '73 fha but 'vim-ro '-FJIIA 604-do Hlwt Gal WILLIAM LANDER 1 Tall blond basketball star des1res to fulflll Llfe L1berty and the Pursutt of I-Iappmess a swell fellow dehghtful personahty Y re causmg congest CONSTANCE LEGTERS Connle Slender blond peppy always cheerful wants to be a medlcal secretary ar gosslp colummst You know THERESA LEPKOWSKI Terrl Frlendly to everyone as lovely blond ha1r ambltlon IS to master shorthand always wtth Mary Glve lt a rest MARY LEWIS Mary Peg Lxkes a good t1me full of fun sparklmg eyes plays the flute beaut1fully thinks dan clng IS fun Honestly . ll- . a V .mdk ,Gala ,i . ,A xfylp . 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'al- A ---h " ...UNO l l M37- MERLE LINDSEY Colonel Easy gomg tall frxendly football player ambtttous to see the world seen at Dora lean s Say Ozzl VALERIA LUBASZEWSKI 5 Tenms fan Val sews a f1ne seam hkes to take xt easy en1oys hfe wants to be a secretary Cute honey IOAN LUTHER Actlve IH church work sweet and frxendly ever w1llmg to help a fr1end sunny per sonahty Behave yourself MARY LOU MAHER ou Tall and graceful engaged how to emoy herself thought ful of others s1ncere Not rea ly 4 vb 'P ...-J' IEAN MALINOWSKI lenne A chatterbox always attrac tlvely dressed contag1ous laugh busy as a bee frlendly Oh I remember r 4 GERALDINE MARTIN Honey Good thmgs come ln small packages a lxve w1re 1ov1al nature sparklmg eyes fhghty Yeah at Ygyrbw BETTY LININGER Boots Fond of muslc mterested m church work when she smmles her nose wrmkles ever so cute Oh brother' J CAROLINE LUKEAS Came W1ll make an excellent adverh smg art1st always gomg to Chxcago very frlendly good taste ln clothes ay attentlon IAMES MACK Ieeves Hxs future career wlll be the Navy dxsllkes gabby glrls a and slender neat appearance That shows you re thmkmg OY J MARY MAHONEY Mac Tmy as an elf a blg grm for all personallty plu happy go lucky actxve ln all organ1 zatxons Holy Moses RICHARD MANTSCH DlCk An outdoor man easy does at home on the farm short practtcal has proved to be an all round good sport ra Busheva LILLIAN MAY Qulet d1spos1t1on mannerly llmld an mdustrxous Rambow Glrl rehable and helpful Holy cow .A R ,N .tx Ig X ln- XJ ' l XIV ll! l I- ' If ' . . . HP ..IO,, .. ,, ' . . . ' A ... ' ' ' ...t ll b ,, A. .4 rf. u I I - "L H .. H lass . . . broad smile . . . knows ' C ll VV ' ' . . , . " 1 f" lu' A ' I ' 661 0 ' '-' ' f-'-- 'T f J - . . . 11 V ll Y - ll 'I 1 4 1 4 ' 1 , 1 d an... . -, , . . - - 1- f X QA A9 .. ,, . 7 NLM., . in RICHARD MAY Ozzte A good Ioe loker super football player happy go lucky lmkes to eat What new7' RAYMOND McGARVEY GY Never mlsses any fun f1rta t1ous a teaser occasxonal v1s1tor at classes takes thlngs as they come Stepped 1n what"' IANET MCMICHAEL GH Blond beauty talented v1ol1n wlth nurslng ambltlons clever w1th a needle pleasant smtle congemal H1 ya Kxd MARGARET MCNULTY Marge Amb1t1ous talkat1ve handy wtth a camera the other twm enloys a good tennxs match ZOW19 what a knockout MARGARET MIGLIORI Marge All round ab1l1ty mustcally talented plays p1ano w1th Ia snappy dark eyes concert mtstress of the orchestra Are you mad? CLINTON MILLER Cllnt Strong bass 1n the choxr mustcal abtltty collects statues of famous pxamsts lndlvldualtstlc ltabl Holy cow X 10 Sa f J MADELYN MCDONALD Mxdge Compamonable a good mxxer emoys a gay txme follow 1ng Florence Nxghtmgale s foot steps pretty Rough AUDREY MCLAUGHLIN Audle Demure sweet and graclous an expert seamstress thoughtful mannerly dellghtfully agreeable personal My word Z Av' 14.4 644 tl I Q4 ELIZAB TH MCNULTY Betty 1' Talks a m1le a mlnute op 1. twm wlllmg and ready 30 he p ltkes to sew you k1d I AMES METZ Joker ambthous to make a mtlllon favorlte pasttme IS wreckmg h1s 37 cholr member the great lmpersona or Well I ll be get W MARGARET MIKLINSKI Marge Small and graceful conscxen t1ous gu1et around school delxghtful personaltty a small vctce You don t say IOAN MILLER Tall stately red head mter ested tn 1nter1or decoratlng sewmg IS her hobby a cheer ful laugh Oh my goodness . . . ' . . . U 'S ' l I ' . Y I 4, ,ff ... 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I L df uf' MARIAN MILLER A qu1et manner short and sweet contmually w1th Ioanne always the same amlable personahty ou don t say LOIS MOLLBERG Loxe lond blue eyed cuhe spends her spare hme wxth Sam hvely and hkeable constantly on the go dependable and enthusxashc MARILYN MORTON Rehable frxend has lovely red ha1r her flne smgmg volce IS readlly approved by all By love LINCOLN MYERS Intelhgent pleaslng voxce wants to be an orator seldom heard well mannered sympathehc and generous Square LYNDA NAUGHTON Lynda None Never a worry chatterbox popular m1sch1evous w1ll make the ldeal soclal worker a styhsh dresser Isn t he a darl1ng7 REMLE NELSON Rem1e Secretary of the class talks a mlle a mmute everybody s friend has such sparkhng eyes Stuck up' EDWARD MILLOY Wants to be a m1lkman enloys hxmg cars hangs out at L1ll1an s house good look1ng a wut Hey Punk ANGELA MONTAGNA Angle Ambmou to turn her hand at housework our engaged g1rl n1ce to look at a classy dresser 1 JI I OAN MOSIER Mldge Well l1ked everybody s frxend hlgh scholashc standmg short and sweet college 1sn I that pathehc ZQIIQFESL Always 1 and 1 foNlun s m1n1at shoes stenogr phy wlll be er I m sor r y CLARA NEAL Graceful on roller skates lookxng forward to a clerlcal career modest cheerful soclable Hello honey ,ff iw WML ES NEWBY Personallty plus mtelllgenl ODIIITIISIIC ambmous to do soclal work 6 Perfect fr1end Tell me anythmg MQW ' 1 V, A "Ed" ...an 4' , awk flllyvl -ffl ' , . ,.,"B'll" , , L 6fg1v,w?f'luc4L 'gd ,,.. 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"I' y Liv, .J , X Ay . , ll., .v 46, 1 V' lr A V f-4Of- KENNETH NICOL IC Would lrke to IOIH the Arr Corps neat appearance take thmgs as they come slow and easy l1kes hlllbllly mus1c has a great time wxth the fellows Phony DAVE NEILSON Dave Good natured a great sports man future flreman popular w1th the fellows energetlc swell pal Ho y smokes NORMAN O CAMB Nubs Our pool shark pretty haxr always s1ng1ng Ktrymg any wayl wrtty fond of draftm class Hey fella you cant DONALD OLESS Donme Always found at Toms smooth trumpet player frrendly talented ever yokmg optlmxstlc Wow' IS that mce MARIE PAPUCCI Conscrentlous sympathetlc easy to ge along w1th enters 1nto the fun level headed attenhve ou don t say CAROL PARKER Penny Lots of sparkle peppy and popular athletlc smcere plans to teach kmdergarten good hearted lrke to dance Great DOMINICK NICOLIA Dee Our engaged boy athletlc suave anxlous to travel out for a good trme w y teachers get grey What s up? I AMES NUTTER llmmy Oh those ears good lookrng mrschlevous never a worry always w1th Donme marvelous personaltty Howdy CAROL OHMER IS Oh' those New Year s partles seen at most of the dances short and sweet energetxc hkes school Later GERALD OLGIN Gerry e assured hastens slowly Independent short and dark lohn L Lewls jebrcw SSFIOUS at tlmes RICHARD PALMER Dlck Conservatlve favorlte sublect the student teachers never an unkmd word plays pmg pong sense of humor JW' Bunny Sews tn her spare tlme ond of archery rather qulet wrllmg to help pet peeve boys Gee whlz HN. H .. ,, . . . . . . S l l ' . . . . . . H , H f. . ... H tt ,I , . . . . - - - - - . .. . H . ., I . . . . . . . . . . . . ,, ,, ,I , .. H HS. 1. ' . . 'I I . ll IV ' ' ' ' Q Q I . . . that" H . H It ff .. . . . . . . . at E . . . . . II ' ' ' ' V R . . ll ' ' ' .Ren .. . H , HY . . . , H . . . .. .V .. 1. . . . . . . S -1 - I1 ll ll I ' ' NORMA IEAN PEPLINSKI Pepper Oulet and s1ncere pleasure m whatever she does a blond and graceful a whtz on roller skates Oh how lousy IACOB PETERS Pete Wants to be a coach pe peeve gxrls takes the good w1th the bad opt1m1st1c ever at ease sports enthu last Qult monkeymg around PATRICIA PETERSON G Capac1ty for merrlment loquactous a l1ve wlre natural never a dull moment a good conversatlonahst tavorxte sub1ect lohnny I EAN PIERCE Puzzle A math wh1z good natured capac1ty for merrlment v1vac1ous carefree has many fmends athletlc Dobzle ALETHA PITTS ee Always 1olly and full of fun good sport ready to lend a helpful hand a nursmg career IS her cholce Oh brother DANIEL POLASKI Dan Happy go lucky clever and good natured a lover of 1dle hours takes everything ln hrs trlde tolerant ROGER PERRY Fllled w1th amb1t1on a sports an busmesshke a man of few words wonderfully ru ff ybmilgjl f LZ W smooth dlsposltton fl cfjxfltefyrtltilftvxflislzsotv Pete Tall and graceful soph1st1 cated would llke to model loquaclous full of wlse cracks rush1ng to meet Star deadl1ne T1mm1e IOAN PFISTER Sews a f1ne seam looks for ward to a career as a beaut1c1an takes hte lelsurely true Gosh LEONA PIETRZAK Nony Qulet ways and many smlles pat1ent ever dependable neat dresser w1ll make e perfect a1rl1ne hostess Murder STANELY PIOTROWSKI Pete Enloys wxnter sports wants to be a plumber smgs m glee club never overworks Casanova a carefree manner That s tough BERN ICE POPE Cherry V1m vtgor and VIIGIIIY gxggly talkatlve has many a frlend played tn the Drum and Bugle Corps You can say that agam ' . . . t ll, I . . . ' A . . . ., ' ' ' ' Lf, l 1' ' l - v WL! f Q - - - f . , ' ' ' Il . . ll "P t" NIO., A I friend.Ulikesagoodtime... : .. ., 1 . - 4 I . . . ' . I A . I . 4 I . O tl II D I ' UL ., ll I' ll ll . . l I ' I It I ' , ll . ' I l .. 42 C THERESA PRZESOR Terry Easy going always pleased optimistic wants to be a private secretary says her hobby is finding trouble away closer DOLORES RAY Dee An orchestra member as deep dimples actively en gages in sports quiet disposi ion kind and thoughtful You wouldnt kid me would you 7 RALPH REBMAN Bonie Quiet but sincere friendly and kind in every way liable always willing to help a good friend Life is wfhiygityake it Lk B 5 fu' 644' 1 7 A 2, NICK RIAZZA Funyatz loker willing to take part in everything Mammie e perfect athlete personality plus take things as they come Phoney MARILLYN RINN Lynn Sees the bright side of life Lynn s pet peeve is people who dial wrong numbers easy does it gay Glory be to goodness DOLORES ROLL Flirtatious came to Academy for her last two years ikes a good time . . . carefree . . . agreeable . . . a loyal friend . . . Aw, come on now N Ll V L ' X ', ' 1 4 X . -ix ,Me jlwffa ARLES PUTNAM Pu Horse back rider wi be a veterinarian our math genius makes friends easily trictly on the beam e do sumpun lille? Tom Likes to tinker with radios looks for the good things in life never in a hurry prefers the outdoor life ever at ease ludas Priest LOIS RECKER Plenty of zip cheerful makes friends easily stylish dresser never a worry takes an interest in activities Love me honey ALLENE RICCI Rickets Gay and cheerful worries itt e talks much lovely dark hair neat and cute finds friendship in Lois or gosh sakes DAVID ROBERTSON Dave Wavy blond hair a member of Glee Club and Choir smooth disposition a graceful dancer enioys being with Dolly Well smell me ARLENE ROSENBERG Quiet calm and resourceful a short dark haired lass never without a helpful suqges tion . . . independent . . . collects jewelry . . . Oh, you pill' ROBERT ROSENTHAL Bo Scmtmllatlng personallty fluent speaker satmcal humor emoys classlcal mustc an excellent debater at ease IH any crowd MARY ANN RUTKOWSKI Marty Cooperatwe earnest conscxentlous worker favor1te food IS duck detests un frlendllness even tempered You don t say PEARL SALOW Pearly Cooperatxve qulet gentle and meek from Summlt Townshxp ever thoughtful a sh smlle sews for a hobby Oh' heck IANET SANDSTROM an Soclable can always laugh Oh' those Canasta parttes a future teacher practlcal energetxc her heart s at Penn State Gee I thought I d laugh J KW ANN SA ,1 ,'M1cke e gent mlle a rn school ,QQ lZ5tl 6 svlfyfnle d a smlle or veryon 0125797 EM CLEMENT SCALZITTI Scalzo Everybody s frxend kmd hearted en1oys art class hopes to be a cartoomst wavy dark halr even tempered You phoney I Q ANN RUHLING M1ke She makes up IU quletness what most of us lack easy to get along wlth experlenced cook good hearted sunny You mean? LOUIS RYS Lou1e Exceptlonally fme art1st good natured conslderate of others tar staff artlst never overworks Take off IOSEPH SALVIA O9 L1fe of the party lots of lokes look for h1m at Salv1a s Grocery takes th1ngs as they come a frlendly word for all No be smart NE SANDUSKY Sandy et oy around school oug nd conslderate motorcycl1s tlnkers wlth machmery easy go1ng I ll never tell IAMES SAWTELLE lm Happy personal1ty carefree short and muscular qulte the wrestler forever wxth the fellows easlly satlsfled Not really DAVID SCI-IAAF Dave Tall and slender contmually loklng handles a car skxllfully favor1te top1c of conversatxon IS the automoblle wholesome Holy shucks . . All 'V ..'. Y I' 4' HI ,, I l ya Q , ,A H O A ff J "f " WJ I, ' " W1 I K, 'E te. dl' ' ors - 3 . . A . V fm . yegg I. U ffl!! , - f -- 1' 1' , f ,f , L f ' xf I Q lv! NJN YV X O44- ,X yt .Nr X XXI PETER SCHAAF Pete Makes frrends easrly always on the go found at Helen s a future buxldmg contractor claxms draftxng as a favorlte subject Holy cow IANICE SCI-IRYVER GH Sparkling personallty tall and graceful dances the Charles on roams the halls w1th Rnch prestdent of Y Teens Gee wh1z GERALDINE SCHWINDT Gerry Well mannered congenial th1nks of herself last qu1et soothlng speakmg vo1ce chooses nursmg for a career RUTH SEIDLER Sunshme Full of pep wants to be a Navy nurse sews a fme seam frrendly You can say that agaxn DORIS SHALLOP Dor1e Good tennxs player full of un the flapper mn the Charleston set wants to be a buyer Holy Ioe DONALD SIMS Don Debator fnendly smlle for everyone plans to be a mlnlster consclentlous Well what now J asf Cuff' Kemal 6:14 1. 441 nfl., Z c N MARGARET SCHR EFER lvfarg1e Good thmgs come rn small packages neat dres er frxendly personallty looks at the brlghter slde ot lrfe modest Well gee whrz ,Beg-N 9+ TOOL- Sbfwrx Ssjhusxyq JAMES SCHUSTER Doc W1tty has many frlends seen wrth Kenny good lookmg be bop fan has a taste for frred pheasant How s the cows Charhe-'P z-'if I ACK SEELINGER T' Tmy COHSCISHIIOUS always has a smmle for everyone tall and blond 1nterested IH aeronau tlcal englneermg Nuts' the y I ALICE SHACKELFORD Sally Smlle for all actrve Vlce Presrdent of the Senate terested rn whatever she does Excuse me all to pleces BEATRICE SH EAFFER ed Full of fun a sm le for every one good oowle a good frlend mdustrnous or gosh sake M LILLIAN SINARE Dramond L1l Actrve peppy wants to be a psychlatrrc nurse lght on her feet kr ,' 1 C J, 1 I ' -elf we 1 .I ' I' 1, af e Heal , f ,fn f , - f- , K A X - fl , X , 1 t " III ll ll ll . . - . ' 1 . . ' I., ' ' Q c f' -4 4 -I ff " ' " Y' 'KX' "yu neverteuf' whole world's nuts!': , , ,.,,,, X , L1 f x.'rfl1.ff X, If J". X' I' I 'ffl ., -- vw ' " .. . If HB ,, f . . . I QI, , Z ,. H041 I l u . ,fr , . 4 . I . . ' .' ' 1 . '3 I ,, N. - I , . ' - ' , ', '- . , , T, J-'A ' W' Ji -L' 1. MARY ANN SITTER Stu Unruffled 1n ma bow 1n her spar doesnt I cre baby face 9 ss"f'7? N SLOMSKI QM Norm Well llked always smrltng smooth and easy gomg brxght dlsposltlon rellable Ach' yez' EDWARD SMITH Smttty A man of few words a good swnmmer ambrtrous makes balsa models A roop da btddle de bop dtddy op RUTH SMITH Smltty Pleasant enyoys l1fe ond of danc1ng l1kes wresthng pet peeve boys w1th red ha1r h heck BARBARA SOPP Bobbl 1keS a good t1me full of fun qu1ck to answer l1kes to a fltrtatxous What s the scoop here? GERALD SPAEDER Elmer Energetrc frxendly guy hls hobby IS boattng favortte food m1Ik fru1t and Wheattes Wlng dmg ARLENE SKAALHAVN Baby Great fun gulck and neat fond of sw1mm1ng wants to do homework I see what you mean lelly Bean AUDREY SMITH Smttty Hlgh scholastic standmg debator alms to be a medlcal technlctan fr1endly smxle For gosh sakes HARRY SMITH Hank Qulet boy around school kmd hearted mechanxcally mmded l1kes to tmker wxth cars Huh IAMES SMOOT Smut A good sport never worrxes h1s golf ts always ln the low seventles full of fun I udas Prlest DOLORES SOURWINE Dee Mlschxevous gay popular wlth the oppostte sex ond of a good txme Oh I m not part1cular are you? .fFt" KATHLEEN STEFFEY Kay Her amb1t1on IH llfe IS to be a doctor hobby ts photography peppy conscxentxous I thought I d dxe LILLIAN STEIN Talented slnger sparklxng eyes smcere gunet way and a ready smlle there IS muslc IU her heart really? IAMES STCLL lm Full of fun loves to travel easy come easy go always smlllng oh that curly halr frlendly F F F O Y F F 'QAFZJ M 'P 'Mg IOHN STRAUSS Cxego Full of fun and fancy free tease h1gh scholastlc standlng an lndlvldualxstlc X Oulte I W V IJ-'P RQIEI-IARD SUSCHECK D1ck Wants to be a farmer always a cheerful sm1le and a wltty remark frxend to all even tempered You tell me and we ll both know RICHARD SWENSON lv' Swede Blond curly halr has archl tecture plcked out for h1s career a great tease loyal pal There goes Swede through the weeds PATRICIA SWIFT 6 Consc1ent1ous about her studles knows how to relax placxd enloys a good tenn1s match rellable ELAINE STEVES Laney Cooperatxve prompt eII1c1ent easy to get along wlth enloys skat1ng and dancrng bustness luke Already MARGARET STOUGI-I Margle Wants to be a nurse a smlle for everyone COHSCIGHIIOUS about her tudles eques trrenne Isn t rt DIIIIUIQ KATHLEEN SULLIVAN T1mm1e Blond bombshell flxrtatlous never mrsses any fun those flery edxtorrals w1ll be a lab techn1c1an Oh you l ROBERT SWARTZ Bob Mechamcal 1nterests 1ntell1 gent rather m1sch1evous look mg at tlmes takes hte as xt comes Grab her IOAN SWIDERSKI Fly by n1ght peppy lkes a good t1me wants to be a nurse cons1derate of others goo anc r know 1t ii A HMAXINEJ WUNIIGALA Mac L1kes a good tlme happy and carefree wants to be a secre ary sews a f1ne seam Are you mad? I X ,"X I-I-'ilu " " tx 'K , , I It I A ' I I Mgr HI. ,, If. 57 I., .. . ,, . . Q . I tt 5 ' . I U . U M ' - an If 1 ' T ...a ' ' ' 4 ' E . . . aquatic ability . . . Brahms H H I ' - ' I .. . ,, Ft kd" ,I A Th 5 'l ' .1 I N I sw 1 We 1 F . I Dmlfl .. ,, HI ,, o . , bg - ..." . . . . d . . "Yo 17 .A 'nn ' D z I If 1- - -IP tu ,X . " " -41- ROSE SZYMANOWSKI Rosxe Sparklmg eyes and cheerful smlle short and sweet wants to be a secretary tr1endly full of o cllnkers IAMES THOMAS lm Frxendly smxle when Red s around we re never blue champlon water pohst great henght Eh what old boy HARRIET THUNBERG Blond halr and eyes of blue frxendly and klnd ln every wav tall wlth beautlful clothes now hvmg ln Calxfornl in l. AUDREY TONTY Enloys a good txme collects sports chppmgs dlslxkes boys who wear clodhoppers hlgh spmted What IS IS klddl9S day? l K C A MARTHA TRIGILIO Marty A dark halred lass of outstand1n charm always sm1l1ng and never sad wants to be a secretary fun loving Beat xt LLOYD TROTT Mtke Accordlan player deluxe curly halr pet peevel school work hep to the uve short ready for a laugh f 7 W " -Q' LEE TARNO Buzz Loves to sall consclentlous alms to be a dentlst u of fr1endly teasmg strong srlent type Drop dead IO ANN THOMPSON Pearshape Fhghty sweet smlle never a dull moment petlte chatterbox wants to be a stenographer It s nothmg I AMES TONG lm Plays a hot trumpet mterested ln anythlng musical good natured a mlnd of hls own How s that? PHILLIP TO ELLI Wants to be a mechamc u of m1SCh1ef and fun frlendly pleasure IH whatever he does You know what you can do Xuebss TRIMBLE ROSIS Talented artlst blond halr and blue eyes frlendly smlle for all ambltlous qulet but sincere Give 1t a res CATHERINE TUCKER Congemal peppy frlendly gr1n emoys hte never overworks bubblmg over wxth conversatxon klddlng wwf' ' ,mf get ll -uf l l, ' A -.ull 'I ft ,v r 'If' Rh f' "1"' " " .T ., RLLQ l. y w I' UMMKY . 9 tl "Audds" "phil" ' in ' '...tll -A 'fmt-, jji- ' H 1 ifflwt N T P A t -' ff - ' 'g jf. . . -A l A "i nf A --NO ..."Shh" ' 4 H g y WV tw a ' -48-A A .f X 2216 2157-'Q if , GERALD TYLMAN Ierry Always tokmq wltty sports mlnded Interested IU electromc enqtneermq seen wtth Swede Hey o IEANNINE VANDEUREN Qu1et and stncere alway wxlltnq cons 1ent1ous smtle for everyone wants to be a teacher Do t be stll WVU If fd 471450,- 004' ,ad X' U' WILLIAM 1 always wxllmq stncere wants to go tnto the tnsurance bustness Horsefeathers WILLIAM WALKER Blond hatr and blue eyes qutet another Benny Good man zndustrlous shy smtle never unhappy or cryln out loud L 0 IOI-IN WARD Yunme Basketball abxlxty qutet qood natured well llked frlendly personaltty tndu trtous I-Ioly smonces ARTHUR WATSON Doc Ltkes draftmq h1s tavort e spor IS baseball qutet way and a trlendly smlle one swell boy Is that your nose or are you eattnq a banana? 49 1 114-0 -'cvs L L 4. ,111- PATRICIA ULRICH 5 Determlned talkatlve toys bus rtdes always on the smcere acttve fr1endly and xntelltqent What a schnook ANNA MAE VOGT Boots Sees the brxghter stde of hte fun lovxng never worrles ambttton to go sw1mmxnq Ianuary Reel you re on ba the NORBERT WALCZAK Norb Leader tn school acttvttles well hked personalxty plus sm le tor everyone sure to succeed You schnook LEON WALTERS Qutet good sense of humor held down the termmal post tton on the football team easy come easy go L L WL NOX WARNER Wants to be an auto mechantc reserved seen but seldom heard well mannered easy qotnq ELEANOR WEBB Well ltked athlet1c rellqtous her pleastng vo1ce adds to our Cholr qulet but slncere lund IH every way Good et I U 1,1 aslfi J' .L ' ,179 1' ,1 ft , t f , I Vyfku? 2' I V E 4 - ' . XP 'I s e J " " "P t" It 6 I . . . . . . ,.. ...en ' qo...' ' ,' 75 fy 1' ll? H ... H , ' I ' f ' ' ' ll A ffl. , L Lf ER ..B.H,, Activein the Senate. . . sociable H H "Bil." -. L al 11 ll fl , ,.', . xi, if vvx 1 XbLXLlvLuLXA . 5, Q FQ. ,Ziff WEGIVIILLER lf' Loves to dance vxvaclous fr1endly smxle our engaged g1r cheerful pleasure rn whatever she does Get out RIC RD WEIND RF Gus F rlendly peppy happy go lucky tl1rtat1ous ways w1ll1ng X p collector never un a How shockmg N X NIO!-IN WHITE Never a dull moment wants carefree easy go1ng tr1end to all Ounet you worm LAWRENCE WINDSOR Larry Wants to be a geologlst nkes a good t1me full of mlschxef and fun a member ot the Key Club No future ID lt can t see lt CAROL WUENSCHEI S Pretty red halr wants to be a comptometer operator trnendlv and k1nd 1n every way gentle manners srncere Thanks PAULINE WUENSCHEL Polly Headlng tor college gractous manner attractlve d1gn1 led a frlend to all pretty smrle equestrlenne That s jp t great 1 I y I XX. K TU NORMA WEIGEL Nltzy Cheerleader sparkllng eyes and smtles no truer trmend could be found good art1st good hearted What a moron EMILY WERTZ The Dutchess Wants to be a dental hyg1en1st pretty auburn halr s e makes up IH quretness what most of us lack Hello Mort SALLY WILSON Punch Soft spoken sweet smtle Interested 1n school 6Cl1V1lIeS spends her summers at Lake Plac1d wants to be a d1et1c1an Ia t1 da RITA WOICIECI-IOWSKI Wants to be a beaut1c1an modest and qu1et pleasant always calm and smlltng stncere Oh leekers HAROLD WUENSCHEL Easy golng 1n a hurry to graduate lnterest ln mechanl cal thlngs ltkes a good tlme hls own boss MARILYN YOUNG Another engaged glrl some thlng new every mrnute loyal sp1r1t and many frlends many church actrvtttes Nuts ,V XC, 7 , E 9 , fj ' ,1 7"?1,f . J I -1' -- Z. , f -- ff. -lif , tt . H mx ll I ll 55 . ' ...ar '--'h A I ll . . I xx . . . - H X XIENL H , J ' X L I f ,si HX X I XP ft .. .. -- H A .I R 1 , to be a mechanic . . . happy and ' ' ' . . . ' . . . a H ' 1 ll - . I . l I 4 ll A I l 1 4 - xx 4 I ll ll I' NRM!! ' ..l' A - . . . -I . .' I 1 . U . ff l - U . II V 1 UR dll J an H 1 . . . ' I- ' ' ' l ' in ' l ,L Q ul - 3 If - 'vt , ,1 f lOHN ZEITLER O09 Ambxtlon to become a succes f draftsman terr1f1c drlver reserved ls that your rose or are you eattnq a banana? P I EMMA IEAZ M Emmte A sparkler on her tmqer wants to be a srnqer beauttful black harr sparkltnq eyes loves to dance And beslde dlfferent thlnqs 1 After the swxm C Parker P UlI'lCll S WllbOI1 D Sulltvan T Benson 3 Bathxng beautxes l Cross D 5 A pyramxd N Z1mmerly M Hmspeter E Webb S B Tarno C Parker 'I Engaged pau' P Peterson D P Wuenschel M Sawdey 9 Fun at the beach C Salv1a G Clement 7 J wry NANCY ZIMMERLY ar Vxc he e x v 1 o Ct r hotr e n e e Forward more GEORGE ZYGMONT Cuddle l-las a mu d of ht owr sav ht hobby co'le tlrq dlamoncl erloys ltfe You dont want me to Have a lxtfle happtnes and e sta v9 Kallvoda B Baldwm l Mo ler 2 Before the dance T Htnlcler M Morton B Sopp 4 Mexxcan gal P Browe Baumqartner C l-lershelman A Scot 6 Cute Couple Baer 8 More beaut1es M Hug P Ulrlch E Albrycht Catanta l Clement F Salv1a E Cav1coh1o A Coluzzl l 51 , I 'X . 'K fO4'1" if ' - fuff . fe ' , r' ' 'YF' ' ,f , I . , J L' f i , . . 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ICVVS 1 II!-'I 1 S C7 111 1 xw 1- M RP P ll wr IXOI 0 :ummm 1:4111 S H MMMMMMEMEMHMEHHHHUMH Wumv 'W'WWmWHHFn I I I I , ll 'WWMm4liMWWHA A 'H 'IIIIII' uhh: um' ulllln uhh: null ' , This cefhnes' hai Featuring ' BAND, ORCHESTRA, MAJORETT imembef of the and ig a 5 Schoo OTHER TA1,1qN'r12D STUDENT A ericqn Junior Re In wan AeAn sauna A Present mei' If I N N U M1 Z,...N ,..,si,...xi -.. INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT Given by Academy Orchestra - Majorettes - Band ACADEMY WAUDITORIUM E Mon. Jan. 16, 1950 8:00 P.M. h . Adult 50? Tax Inc. forthe yea' 42,0 Q0 GER 9 1 f J lm ,4 Para Q The best band rn the land and the be t twrrlers too thrrlled football fans wrth therr rend1 trons of Hop Scotch Polka and Somewhere Over The Rarnbow They wcn f1rst prwe 1n the mummers parade performed at football games rallres con certs COIHTHUHITY affa1rs stage shows parades and basketball games Durrng football season the stadrum resounds wrth the hrgh sprrrted VIHISIC l the band and the shr1ll blasts of the leader s wh1stlf ways frrst rn rg 1 If Academy Band and Twmrlers are on top wrth thelr precrsron and maneuver1ng drrlls Sharrng honors are drrectors Clarence Swahn Howard Forbes and student leaders Blll Brown lune Harms Grnny Boga and Donna Brower lnstrumentatlon lncludes 13 Cornets Trornbcnes 7 Saxaphones l Bass Horn 2 Alto Horns 2 Barxtonc Horns Clarmets 7 Drums Twrrler offrcers were Marllyn Wolf Presrdent Margaret Roe ch VICP Presldent Phyllls lordano Secretary Treasurer Assrstant leaders were loan Waskrewrcz and Phylhs lordano Manager was lo Ann Thompson Band offrcers were Wrllranr Walker Presrdent Lours Antahades Vrce Presr dent lrw1n Frenkel Secretary Treasurer embers of the Band Include A l l F Ar l l A . 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J IP ef ua c arc lt r er 1 ri er e s C recm Petr r rr e 1 P Fo are A 9 hemk l nfl F3 N D Vlursr P Lrrnmer "'-K Orchestra members xncludels Antahades W Baker S Baumgartner M Beemus D Brace P Brandt B Brown L Brown P Burt S Cardot I Coleman I Culp L Dleter I Er ckson P Frankson E Frenlcel B Frredman T Grlmaldl V Guy M Guyer F Haener H Hanson D Haynes R Herntz H Htll S Hrrt M Iackson R Iackson I Ienkms M Iud M Keller I Kurtz M Kurtz S Kurtz M LEWIS A Lttz P Lumbard I McM1chael M MlQl1OY1 D Oless H Oless D Ray D Pe chel B Roos A Schenck D .jwlear uzuc The Orchestra 1S the oldest mus1cal organ1zat1on at Academy havlng been started when the school was estabhshecl Its capable dlrector IS Mrss lsadora Schweltzer The Qrchestra performs at many specral events durlng the year mcludlng assembly programs for Academy as well as at other schools the annual lnstrumental concert the Ianuary commencement program and P T A Qpen House An annual tr1p to Cleveland to see a product1on of the Metro pohtan Qpera Company lS a specxal custom wh1ch IS ant1c1pated by each member of th1s organ1zat1on The concert mxstress IS chosen each year on the bdS1S of superlor muslcal ab1l1ty and dependab1l1ty Margaret M1Ql1OT1 havmg recexved the honor for the past year The othcers are Margaret M1Ql1OFl Pres Donna Brace Sec Margaret Iudd L1brar1an Ms S Drrects Blow Czabrlel Blow S rgQ1artet Hard at vwcrk 'IZ Tu1'ner,!B. 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Hgh One ot the most outstandmg musical orgaruzahons ln Academy and 1n the Tr1 State Area IS the cholr Mr Grender fondly known as Pop 1 the noted d1rector of th1s orgamzatlon An ettectwe program lS put on by the Cholr and other choral groups ot Academy IH thelr annual sprmg and wmter concerts At the end ot the w1nter concert comes the stngmg ol S1lent N1ght w1th the former Chou' members from the aud1ence partlclpatmg Bestdes part1c1pat1ng tn the concerts var1ous groups from the Cho1r sang to tele vxslon and radto aud1ences durlng th1s past year Othcers are Cllnton M1ller Pres Betty Caldwell Vlce Pres Ianet Behnlw bac Ixmmy Schuster Treas Nancy Zlmmerly and Mar1lyn Flene Ltbrartans Dxrector and offxcers of the Chou' oClvllle Lplvl erelehrl .-I 5 - , - If - ' 1 - I f f - ' , - I . I - lf- -. ' f I . , . . .I ,, , . Q . . , , c . . . . . . x K , , , , 1 , l f -, V , M, , -, , -f , - "POA , 1' r, I. C Ll., .Ft 1 ,,. B :the I,SCl'11LSf9Y',E.Cc:ll'v'-'Qll. 3 f ---'f-'- 7 if 'veA- 9. 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The lusty male voices of the members of the Iunior and Senior Glee Clubs fill the auditorium with thrilling music during the Christmas and Spring Choral Concerts The Glee Clubs offer voice training to all boys who are interested in four part harmony First and fifth periods during which the glee clubs meet have a friendly atmosphere and the boys enjoy good fellowship While they are learning songs They feel that Mr Grender is their friend as well as their director The officers for the Iunior Crlee Club this year are Kenneth Fleming Pres Willard Bredenburg Vice Pres Robert Bloss Sec Stanley Brown Treas The Senior Glee Clubs officers are Fred Thompson Pres Richard E Beegle L Nichilo D Arndt T Metzler T Knobloch B Bred nb rg A Austin T Treiber Row3 I Roberts K Fleming I Geanous S Brown B Bloss B Traphagan L Pursell I Home I Wolff i in . , r X ' 'iii . I Y we U O . fl 9 Lombardi, Vice Pres., Robert Harrington, Sec., David Robertson, Treals. Row 1: R. Eichler, R. Kennedy, R. Breter, H. Keeser, R. Sanford, I. Ericson, E. Dhus, R. Cooper. Mr. Grender Row Z D Bolo 3 .I . , A. I I . 5 , , A -:f AV , - Q ' X D ' I Mr I ' Ny I 48 L L - n' Rowl R Sanford G Re1nhold I Culp D McDonald B Spmelh R Pace Row2 I Crocker N Herman cn M I Sqabellonf S Ollarek L Wmqrove I Ell1s C Gloth G Wlard M McDonnell B M1lan1 L Ventura C Ccpple Rcw 3 L Mandel F Olsen K Sulhvan K Kloecker G Schwmdt E Sanders H Waterman I Cotter S ODay S Ell1s N Chrtstenscn Row 4 R Holby T Fromknecht I Lewls D Warner F Thompson I Salv1a E Fltzqerald M Ieffr1es L Plumacker N Baker R Lucore Hershelman I Murphy R Schley E Perkowskl EW! D4 J To atd ID every way posslble IS the purpose of the Red Cross The Iun1or Red Cross has held a def1n1te place 1n Academy s school l1fe sxnce 1ts orqam zatton here durmq World War ll Its advlsers M1ss Weschler and Mlss Kaste do much hard work IH order to further the work of thls OTQGTIIZGTIOH Every student who contrlbutes to the Red Cross Dr1ve IS a member of the Ir Red Cross and IS QIVSH a red feather as a symbol of membershtp Each homeroom sends a representatlve to the meetlnqs and every month representatxves from each school attend the c1ty w1de meetlnqs held at the Ir Red Cross Chapter House The representatlves from Academy are Ioyce Culp Ilmmy Lew1s and Marllyn McDonald Each year the homerooms part1c1pate d1rectly tn the work of the Ir Red Cross by makmq up q1ft boxes whlch are sent to Europe to help bulld tnternatlonal understandlnq and fr1endsh1p The semt annual Red Cross skatmq party 15 always a great success attended by many students and faculty members and enjoyed by all Truly thls hard WOFKIHQ orqan1zat1on1s a cred1t to Academy '17 : . , . ' , . , . , . L ' ', . . : . , . S , . . L 1 B. Faccetti. Row 5: C.'Sawtelle, DD. Driscoll, Parker, l3..Amann, Kylcr, S. 'Brown K. Gardner, D, Chris-tenscn,'I..Tonq, C - l 6 Rowl Mr Balla C Konnerth A Shackeltord B Wagner B Servldeo I? Rosenthsl M Goff I Wagner Row2 D I. Duggs M Mahoney I Walters M Goff Row3 M TdIU'16h1ll S laro law D Taylor M Mlnchelh I Schnelder R Rohan I Bader M FIOFSIII D Roger D Welgel Row 4 M DeSant1 S Kennedy D Lelngang P Baker D Cflbimdll A Fartna C Grmer C Ventrello G Zatktewlcz Row5 M Genck I Sawt In N Graham D Shallop V Brown I? Tumble D Warner N I Pep Walker I Murphy B Cuelcher D Nordln B Kelly I Ward M qhaplro I Iefterson D Nozlglra .9 .fdmerwl f Wofzon The governmg body ot Academy IS the School Senate whose worthy advrsor IS Mr Iohn Balla Its act1v1t1es tor the year mclude an electron cam palgn assembly the electron ot student oft1cers and home room representatwes the Gavel Day Program durmg whtch the new pres1dent TGCEIVF the gavel the presentatlon ot key awards to outstandlng members ot each orgamzahon and the day to day management ot school atta1rs Ofhcers were B111 Wagner Pres Alrce Shackletord Vrce Pres Barbara Serwdeo Sec IIFSI semester Norma Welgel Sec second semester Comme Konnerth Treas IIFSI semester Mary W1llow Treas second semester '18 llnslci, I. Kurtz, IE. Adams, Kline, oawsisj Row Graham, Michaels, L. Sundberg, I, Anndon, R. Grorntf-k1,IF a , , W 1 I SX, J S 1 N Walt lc M Evan 1 9011 C Scalzttt C Peter on M A Sawdev Row 2 D 11 U 1 H41 re 11 A PI rm e B Blccm 9 K Qtlltwa Mr Radder ow D 3 C P tar Y Pal C ff lC MPQJ ,JL ea! H105 tv at watt Q 1 Cm at on cr Acadt-my ls tha Qtar the 411001 papal Wlllfll 1 L14 1- twQ www N e-w stud:-mt rr-aclmq that avotttf t an 1111 ta 0 O a tr lr- r The T16'WCOIlli-'19 to the itat atatt beqm as cub reportera gradually workmq my to a Qlbtant eldttora and Paar- Fdttors 1116- Qdttor m Cluef llllb Vaaf lb Mary Evarb avcl the Velp 1,1 acultv advlbo IQ Mr C C Radder Bestdeb producmq Xcel ent 1 ewbpaser tha btatt alba producea two emoyable 5a1e campatcn I ggr vt. 1 14 tow t0 bft a 1tv ard wtudm l0.,.lJg, 1 J ff 51 1 11 ve doxng the Charles on C C s Chorus lk ft Q- C 1' croonxng a sentxmental ballad '19 owl Cffmers D N11 I' AlI1y er y IJ I411 mf-1 AIIe11a1e S W1I1m D Farto Row 2 M 91I111m1 rx w 1 1 11 1 1 1 S11 In 111 M 5 I1111-'er M Hug I 'I'I1o111pson E I Lundberg M M1q1or1 M1I111111-y Row 3 I' 1 1 01 1 ur C 111ss CJ S IIWIHLII A I Cowms K Ste I 1 ut 1 ucnsc 11 1-111 ow 1' 1 1 11 14 A I31:w111r1 M 'Ir1 1 I Sw une I Rec 1 1- n 1 11 1- 1 Ile P IMI: Row 5 C Peter 1 1 11 1 111 1 K1 111191 ow 11111 w 1- owe-1 w P II! E I Bend The Y Teens IS an energetlc organlzatlon of g1rls whose ch1eI a1m IS to promote world Iellowsh1p by helplng needy and underpr1v1leged persons all over the world Pro1ects undertaken th1s year 1n cluded send1ng warm used cIoth1ng to a needy fam1ly 1n Kentucky send1ng candy overseas and present1ng Easter baskets to orphans and poor ch1Idren ID Er1e It IS also a soc1aI group and fore most among 1ts soc1al act1v1t1es IS the annual T11 Dance, sponsored by YTeens clubs from h1gh schools ID Er1e c1ty and county Because ot the large membershlp separate grade sect1ons were orgamzed w1th OIIICGTS tor each grade The senlor ofhcers were Iamce Schryver Pres Donna Brower VICE Pres Pat UIr1ch Sec Ann Ferrare Treas Sally W1lson Program Chau' man Donna Bartone Soclal Cha1rman DGTCIS Deckard Serv1ce Cha1rman and Donna Noe Worsh1p Cha1rman Row Offxcers R I311I1111 V D111111 N Mauro M a 1 Row Z E +- f" 1 1 Row 3 IJ I WI I ow4 K NJI 1 111 ow5 M K11 1 Row6 R ' : ,- f. ' 1I.f D. 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I owl 3 Carton A Q11 ln o en hal rown 1 D S11 D Deckard Row2 A Rema ey MT11 M Ma1t1 eed M1 STPIIIPI C e A Roe ell ll? all M5510 Qne ot the hardest workmg and least pubh c17ed OFQGIUIZGTIOIIS at Academy lb the debatmg club Mr Ste1mer and Mr Acker are the able coaches who 1nstruct the newcomers III the hne DOIHTS of argumentat1on Money tor the1r VGFIOUS tr1ps IS ra1sed by ell1ng candy lll front ot the othce after school every day The annual debat1ng assembly QIVSQ the student body and taculty a gl1mpse ot authent1c debate procedure Top1c tor the ent1re year was Resolved that the present electoral college should be re-v1sed 1nto a ystem ot d1rect vote tor the Pres1dent ot the Umted States Selling candy after school 111 the front hall To be el1g1ble for membersh1p a student must be lll the tenth grade or above and have at least B average Atter t1n1sh1ng a successful season ot 5 3 debates Cf1ve m1nute speeches and three m1nute rebuttalsj these scrappers went on to a ser1es of equally VICTOTIOUQ lO 5 debates Cten ITIIIIUTS speeches and TIVS m1nute rebuttalsb The eason ended W1Tl'1ll'1G annual debat1ng tournament at Allegheny College on Apr1l 21 and 22 The othcers for th1s year are Bob Rosenthal Pres Suzanne Carlson Sec Audrey Sm1th Treas lohn Strauss Busmess Manager Academy vs Wesleyvxlle Debate Kim' ff' R :.. ,'s,, .. .1t.,B,Rs.t ,B.B' ,l.St'auss, . tts, . 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' T, 1 . ,, ,sz 1 IRQ' u I 1 0 m III , . I H! I ' Q7 1 , o, 1' 'f .2 'sf Z STAGE CREW Rowl L Schwmdt B Maeder F Kunsetmdn E Zur w K1 D Wetgel Row2 R Subcheck I Dedad I.. Currv As t Stage Mgr r Brtght Fa H, Adu H Cvluu e Stage Mg I I P KI fft ROW3 I e r A DeCdr 1 F Horr yak C Barthelmeb P SChddf D Dougdrt MIMEO Row 1 M Ko 'ek E Steve R Bower ox M I.. Klem S Btrkrxer M Young V Boga Row 2 G Pdstore A Dougan W Howard A Kitts Lubdbzewskl N Zlmmexty PHOTOGRAPHERS Rowl A Detahcoke Mr Brlght I Pogldvattm Mr Sw ahrt I Faber Row2 R Stl he-ek D Wurt G Carlson A Herman C Dnhlkemper 9-Q fs 35 -si 5? :. ' ,.t ,. ,. nz S: . . :..' . ,. A, s. ., M. ' 1, Cum' . f 3 r, f r., .P-osk, . to . : .C a.ous, . ots, . 1" ', . ' ' i : . S. , . . s , , I . , . , . , . c S zewskt, L. Alwens, M. McDonald, A. Foote, V. g,,.w-vi Hit, .fu .f,. :I..sg ',.'s,.f',. ' I . 9 , 1 I J' NJ 1 . 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I K 0 1 RHSH1-WBQ - 951.00 -I Q,- QBGQE, 0262 iz Us Q Maw Mann'-Q ,sw if .,.., A., 1. .l Rowl B Ferrando G Carson E 1-lamadv C Pelltcan 1? Schnetder D Netlson H Gouldthorpe L Herbstntt B Harrtngtcn Row2 R Andrew B Buzzard F Engel N RIGZZI B Rowell M Llnd ey 1? Andrzetew kt T Roger 1? May RQW3 C Beemus R Yezzt T McCarthy B Collins L Walters 1 Peter P Burt C Putnam B Yourg 1 Fra asl Row4 L Bush R Hetsler M Leberman 1 G1ffOFd S Mtntseverts 1 Samtllo M Weber 1? Glbbons B Steadn ar 1? 1-larpst Manager B Chrlsty Row5 W Dobrogoscz E Mack A Coluzzl G Stoll R Beers 1? Strub W Baker 1 Brtrlcer Clliflfg oof Cl September 9 Ltons lose opener to Farrell Steelers 12 to 9 September 17 Great rtvals clash' Warrtors scalp Ltons ID a close sk1rm1sh 14 to 12 September 23 Through wmd and ram l31ttsburgh Centrals splash out a muddy 6 to O w1n on a last mtnute pass play Gotober 1 Colonels pop L1ons 20 to O Gctober 7 Roarmg Llons claw New Castle unott1c1al state champs costly declslons by the referees turn the t1de 1n tavor of the New Castle Chlets who wm a Close one 12 to 7 though stattstlcs tavcr Lions Gctober 14 Llons roar but Steuben v1lles last quarter really toes the game Stub w1n 13 to 17 Gotober 79 Blue rd Gold gtves the Ramblers the ttr t r al battle ot the season Llons advance all the wa, but Prepster trtumph tn 1? to 7 thrtller Getober 28 Academy and Sylcesvtlle stag thnlltng 23 to 25 he game Nover ber 4 Warrert Drager make lt het for the Llon 26 to o Noverrber 7 Wtth tle season oss o Bu v Ro vell and e eral rpur e C f- mr et ge by Tech Centaurs 20 to 13 Checlclng the scores one can see where a good break could have meant vlctory tn 8 out of 10 games COACHES r Lew M Hyde Mr Mitt M 1? n e Mr Ferrare :. s,. ,. ,.s,. 's,. s,.. :. ,. ,. ,. ,. s,,' . 1,,'Cs. :.,, I 1 , ' 1 . , . , I , 1 A I ' M. '15, r. ,, 1 tis, r. a1sy, . ' . , , I .. 4 , V I N . l KA H . , A ,, :t ' ...,. L.- neat Z' - I vvvvvi - S ' A 'asaea Q 7 f ' ' s arg 1.. V 5 : 1 'a w , 1 sav it' is tx la y players, Lic is are '1 fd 95' is if Q,-of f Wm. in 1? Q 32? . tigiffi f K' ' el "','g"yf ,Q . ..Z 539 A .A -. ' ' -"' . vs '-EA, P4 : 591 Q, QA. ev 3 252. fx I 5 Q . 5 M 1' ,ia 2+ if rv if sf vw' A' ' 2 ' fix W ' QQ ' A 4 .I . "2 1 ..., .. x ,.,.. .H M , 53:2 Z' 41 ,A ' 4 X K Ziff' 7? ,- if 1 s a 5. , 'vat Q 1 ,, q, 1: ' + ff V' f x Vi ,ebb v1 Q, av ,, - Q mffh, mf 'Q' ' M A Kneelxng S Mintsiveris T Cacchione Coach Kornora Manager L Bush 1 Herbstritt N Riazzi Standxng 1 Smoot W Dobrogoscz A Howard C Metzger W Theis C Beemus M Iindsey B Collins R Yezzl T Weisenbach 'Ual defy Zgazfefgaf December 9 Blue and Gold opens season by dumping Lawrence Park 39 29 December 13 Warren Dragons nudge Lions 45 41 December 16 O11 City Titans drub Lions 65 to December 20 Academy wins hectic battle from Meadville 31 to 30 December 27 Sharpsville plenty sharp pierces Lions 52 to Crown by winning city series opener 36 to 33 over Tech 1anuary 3 Warriors swinging tomahawks fast and furiously demolish Lions 34 to 26 lanuary 6 Lions still King of Courts thrash Lawrence Park 46 to 25 lanuary 10 Lions extinguish Rockets flame slap Corry 41 to 34 Ianuary 12 Meadvills turns ttde on own court beating Lions 45 to 36 1anuary 17 Academy s sparkling defense holds Creekers to 10 po1nts Komora clears bench in 47 to 10 win over Millcreek lanuary 20 Lindsey s last minute bucket win close one from Ashtabula 32 to 30 Collins terrific on defense .lanuary 24 Lions and Colonels battle in hair raising 52 to 50 overtlrne game Komora s boys pull through lanuary 26 Ramblers give Lions pasting 53 to 40 Lions lose Theis tor season through graduation 1anuary 31 Lions take the Centaurs 48 to 45 Rtazzi sets new auditorium record rtps cords Warriors hold Lions to 23 points East win 37 to 23 February 10 Lions go tough in last half but first half 25 to 4 deficit too much to overcome Bradford Owls win 14th 40 to 27 February 16 Lions stop Millcreek 35 to 22 February 21 Academy tumbles Vincent 31 to 24 February 24 Prep Ramblers nudge Lions 36 to 32 March 3 lack Kcrnora s chargers dump Corry 40 to 32 March 8 Lions find East too much as they go down fighting in the sudden death playoff for Section honors The Warriors win 38 to 20 U 36 . . . December 30' Lions make bid for city for' 24 markers . . . FebruaryA7 Determined . . . ' 1 ' . . . Q 97 Rowl H Wernborq T Melzer N Mlntslverms I Maeder M Smlth D Stelnbauer R Sweeney R Reynolds R Prlce S Schwartz T Trelber I Iunod R Bloss A Graham R Mallna G Shay Row2 L Mandel R Mann F Crane-y I Cole I Moore R Doyle I McNabb G Becker R Holder T Grleshcber R Wyqanl E Kubeya D Nye Joodaf Coach Bllmp Lewls Llttle Lrons weathered the football season 1n t1ne fashlon September 22 L1ttle Bllmps lo e to Tech 13 tc 0 September 29 3 East s Llttle Indlans sl1ce out 7 to O V1ctory October 10 Ramblers wallop Blue and Gold 34 to O October 17 Boys come back strong and down Tech 13 to 7 October 20 V1ncent scores 6 to O w1n October 24 East Warrlors go huntrnq and take back 7 to O L1on scalp October 28 Coston Towns L1ttle Republlcs sp1ll L1ons 1n flnal stanza 7 to 6 November 3 Ramblers do to the a1r and smash out 13 to 7 w1n Rowl C Baker T Hodges I Franz I Rernwald A Masl A Gunner R Moore L Iones L Gorenflo R Lewls G Schne1der W Caryl Row2 H Beard S Dombrowsk1 T Deuvall R Cubblson T H1lbert I Scharrer T Anderson F Eb1sch R Iohannes 98 C - Vincent scores twice in the last quarter to tie up Lions, 12 to 12 . . . 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Glbbcn R Young F Engel A Pancelev I Glfford I Sawtelle E Adams Row2 E Cavlcchro R Buzzard Coach Ramsey W Chnst V Mxller Wfeafgng Red Ramsey s Boys really have gone to town on the mats Smce loszng a match to Vmcent ln 1947 Academy grapplers have been undefeated 1n C1ty competltxon '1'he1r tough schedule went llke th1s December 22 Greenwlle wms by 4 polnts edge out 23 to 19 vxctory Ianuary 6 Llon grapplers t1e Rambler xnto knots w1n 45 to 5 Ianuary 12 LIONS outpomt Vlncent 25 to 18 Ianuary 20 Blue and Gold grmd out 26 to 18 w1n over East H1gh Ianuary 25 Centaurs glve Llons a scare but Tom Rogers comes through to pm h1s man and wln the match 21 to 18 February 1 Academy cops 5th IH row downs Prep wrest1ers 28 to 12 February '3 Ramsey s bcys contmue supre macy on mats by smash1ng Vmcent 36 to 8 February 9 Llons roll on defeat East 28 to 15 February 17 LIONS f1n1sh season undefeated Ramsey s wonderful coachmg ab111ty reflects 1tse1f on the mats as h1s boys thrash Tech 29 to 12 if Z 'HC www 100 o , ,. , . 1 I 4 . 9 - f . 1 I 1 l - I . f . . . C . , , . . . ' I , , 1 1 f" . z I r fl ,149 I ,P Q XX 1 Y W ,.,-:T ' ' I I V ,Q ' If , , I I I I ' ,.- Q -w J' 1422 ' A' 'Av' " I I I -W , Rowl T Greene E Borkowskt I Schumacher N Cyterskt R B1anchx T Cacchmone T Wexsenbach S Mmtslverxs E Frenkel C Paskowslu Row 2 B Ferrando P Kennedy H McG111 E Eller I Cook T Andrzeyewslu I Murphy R Cole D Hess Kuala! Coach Tony Presogna s P111 Dusters won tour games and lost e1ght However the games were close and exc1t1ng Looktng at our score book we 11nd that on May 31 Academy lost a thrtller to Prep by the count ot 4 to 3 Iune 4 the Tech Centaurs defeated the L1ons 1n an 8 to 7 slugfest Iune 14 found the los1ng to V1ncent 3 to 2 Iune 27 East hurler mows down L1on stlckers reg1sters 1 to O shutout Iune 29 Llons explode tor l1V9 blg runs stop Ramblers 5 to 3 Iuly 2 Llons gatn revenge slap V1ncent 4 to 3 Iuly 7 LION sluggers r1p Centaurs apart garner 8 to 4 v1ctory Iuly 12 Ramblers drub Hmlltoppers 9 to 5 Iuly 15 Tech hurler baffles Academy batters racks up 6 to O w1n Iuly 25 V1ncent outslugs Academy stlckers 1n 5 to 4 tray Iuly 27 East Hlgh Warnors make hke Ruth and Cfehng slap Llons ll to 1 Iuly 29 Prep Ramblers ramble on notch 4 to 3 wm over LIODS The Sldl1Sl1CS showed that Tommy Welsenbach and Ioe Murphy each won 2 games GDISCS A couple of Tommys Greene and Cacchlone led the stlckers 1n the battlng department Next year should brmg a more pro m1s1ng squad 101 Hilltoppers slamming East 9 to 6 . . . Iune 17 Y-It was the Lions Rowl I Skelton N MlU1S1VeTlS R Palombl R O ter B Sp1nell1 M DeSant1 L Mandel L Huddleston C Pelllcan I Hess R Iohannes Row2 L Bush I Glfford R Moomy T W1nkosk1 G Schlllmg N RIBZZI C Catama W Yezzt E Cavlcchlo R Drexler E Graney I Cross N Slomslcl D Carey Row3 C Putnam W Guelcher B Weber C Baker T 1-lllbert E Rose B 1-larrlngton B Cubbtson D Baker W Hodges R Runstedler I Woycheck B Newsham Row4 R Helsler I Br1cker P Hlllxard B Faber C Scalz1tl1 I CFISCIOHG E Belluccl D N1elsen I Zeltler R Holder C M1ller E KUESIG Row5 G Spaeder C Zextler C 1-lershelman R Schtefelbem L Rudolph T G1bbons T McCarthy B Buzzard R Andrews F Engel N Smlth R Rettger H Beard Row6 F lnfteld G Iohannes R Harpst G Stoll R Guelcher C Beemus B Rowell W Baker R Young O Rlley M Llndsey D Glfford Absent M Leberman D Boyd T Deuvall W Brown G W1ll I Moore I Franz Coach Wh1tey Gneslers c1nder pounders showed 1n 1949 why they are often referred to as the roar1ng LIOHS The Blue and Gold scant1es showed pre season strength by wmnmg the annual 1ndoor meet on Aprll 5 The L1on sprlnters and muscle men racked up 37Vo po1nts Vlncent followed w1th 30 Prep scored 22 markers East 19 and Tech 1 W1th one wm under thelr belts the L1ons went stallung for new prey Aprll 28 The L1ons open agamst Lawrence Park downlng the Parkers 69 to 59 May 2 1-l1lltoppers rack Meadvllle 86 to 41 May 5 L1ons rap East 1-hgh Warr1ors 94 to 41 May 10 1'l1l1toppers stop Ramblers 73 5X6 to 61 1X6 May 12 Vmcent trackmen dump L1ons 81 2 3 to 53 1 3 May 24 L1ons go all out and claw out 109 to 26 w1n over Tech May 28 Ashtabula Panthers slap L1ons 77 to 51 ln season play the L1ons won 5 and lost 2 Then on May 20 ID the d1str1ct meet the L1ons came out second best Vmcent took f1rst place w1th 69 1X2 po1nts Academy L1ons 52 112 East 25 3X4 Meadvllle 20 5X6 Lawrence Park 18 Tech 11 1X2 Warren 1-larborcreek Tltus v1lle Mercer West Sprlngfxeld and G11 Clty followed IH that order The Clly meet went the same way Vlncent took the laurels wlth 62 1X2 po1nts Academy followed w1th 45 po1nts Prep 39 po1nts East 12 1X2 po1nts and Tech 5 1X2 po1nts All IU all the L1ons had a successful cam pa1gn Next year s prospects look even br1ghter w1th such standouts as Doug Boyd Bud Rowell Carmen Catan1a Dlck Schlefelbem Ernle Cav1cch1o T1m McCarthy Ronnle 1-larpst Dave N1elson Bob Young Roy Andrews Lester Rudolph and Don Baker to lead the squad Coach Glesler w1ll try someth1ng new when the season opens FIVE boys w1ll represent the L1ons at Franklyn Fleld ln the Penn Relays Carmen Catanla Dlck Sch1efelbe1n M1ke De Sant1 Doug Boyd and Ernle Cavlcchlo w1ll do the runn1ng Thls event W1ll be held on Aprll 28 and 29 1950 Good luck boys' . . . . , . , . , . 1 , , . , . , . , . , , . , . , . , . , . 1 . , - - . . , . 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 A 1 - 1 - 1 1 I . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , , , , , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . 1 . Q . . . , A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1. . . 11 . , . , , , , . , , ' I , ,, , . , . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . . , . , . , , . . . , , . . . , , . . . , , , I I I . . . , , , , f 4 f 1' - - 1 , . . I I T - 1 . , . , . ll!! Rowl W Weber G lohanre E Cavtcchto C Catanta D Schrefelhetn l Skelton D Murray D Boyd Row2 1 1-le B Fahey M DeSan1 T lordanc Col h Ball T Sawtelle D Sl-.eltcn W Yezzt Manager E Ballrnan I 055 OUII I' Coach lohn Balta s 1B hull and putt boys walked away wrth almost everythlno but the cmders they ran on Douo Boyd broke two records was undefeated III ctty and drstrrct compet1t1on and tmxshed 'ird at state Boyd and Carmen Catama captamed our champ1on shlp squad 1-lere are the cores but dont B fooled the smaller the score the better Qctober 4 Qur boys run away trom Tech 1 to 45 Qctober 7 laton lslarrters leave East hehmd 18 to 43 Qctober ll Vmcent IQ no match for the Flymq Ltons Academy wms la t PU Qctober 14 Prep Ramblers get lost rn the dust and Blue and Gold scampers to lo DBfvl Ccaat to 4a vrctory Qctober 21 Lrons waltz to la to 44 vlctory over Tech Centaurs October 20 Academy comes back hrstest w1th the mostest wms 18 to 45 over East Warrlors Qctober 28 Boyd Catanra and the rest ol Academy s company slap down Vmcent 15 to Qctober 31 The H1lltoppers Q0 un defeated 111 c1ty competttlon by runnmq all over Prep 16 to 47 Academy then went on t clmch the drstrtct cup Academy 16 Tech B9 Meadvrlle 7B East 1'l1qh 99 and Strong Vmc ent 1670 Btate was the next trtp tor our boys where they took 4th place Academy can well he proud of the cross country team nt P Sc h elellretn . Q h l I - . U c -':,,-V.-...X .. -V A A V "" ur: xr Y f 1 rl.: A 1 4 v X A n v U Kg V.. xx l 5: , X f N . : . , . ms, , . , . , . , 4 , . , . , : . ss, , ', . t, . ' Q ,cf ti . ' . ' , . " , .' . . f f y 1 1. - - V' - 4- 1 ' 1 . . - , - 4 rs - , Y . F . . , , . , . . . ' , f ' . f ' ' . 1 l 1 ' 1 1 1 . . s , e 47 . . . , - , - c , o , . , . 4 o X . . . - c 4 - 1 I , 1. ' f ' . ,, . M 5. , ' L ' .' 1 1 . , c , . c o JC, . . . , - ' . ,- ' , . 7 ' Y . .V . I' . . .. . FAC. . Q' :ta E. Ct 'cchtn 1. fi 1. 103 T Evans L Kleklak l Baker B Po enfhil HOlC'l1YlQll'1F'bdlll CoachP tfxnafo tel" W1th the commg of the underwater mayhem season a new coach was maugurated 1nto A H S W1th Coach Pettmato at the helm the LIONS CIU1S9d 1nto the f1rst outnght school champ1onsh1p November 24 Llons submerge V1ncent 8 to O November 16 Water L1ons show te rr1f1c defense ram Prep 2 to l November 21 Boys go on scormg spree spray out 7 to 2 shellackxng agamst Centaurs November 23 Dead Eye D1cks Cl-lellwege and Thomasl bombard East 8 to 2 November 30 lohnny Sampson dlsplays uncanny defense 1n 3 to 2 wm over Vlncent December 5 K1eklak and Brown hold Ramblers to one goal as LIOHS wln sxxth 1n a row 3 to 1 December 7 Academy Merman all but drown Centaurs 1n ll to 4 battle December l2 W1th only one more meet to go the Golden LIONS need but to t1e to br1ng home the f1rst water polo champ1onsh1p to Academy IH 24 years W1th thls 1n m1nd the boys plav one of the most br1ll1ant games of the season but the Sunrlsers also play a great game so consequently the te am battle to the most e XCINIIQ he 1n the h1story of Academy All ha1l the champs and the lr coach 104 D Grfford B Plavcan, D, Gifford, L. Tarno, l. Strauss, R, Ellasson, l, Sampson, l. Thomas l. l-lellwege, G Tylman B Brown F A S H V K' A . . . 4 . A .Y I -.Q Q-X X rg X!! XXX X1 Qigfrfj-N.. Coach Pettxnato wxth tfront to backtl Strauss 1 Sampson 1 Thomas 1 Hellwege B Plavc in C, Waite R Holby D Gifford L Baker 1 Horn D Bayhurt B Rosenthal LU nlnllflg Coach Frank Pettinatos able bodied cn W .Jailed right into cnc my waters and tared right well. The Lions started blasting away on lanuary 9. This is how the battle tor supremacy of the high seas went: 1anuary 9 Academy Sea Lions dump Fart 41 to . . . Tanuary 18 fLions beat Prep 38 to 37 . . . lanuary 18 Blue and Gold drown Centaurs 53 to 22 . . . 1anuary 25 Vincent turns tide against Academy win 37 to 28 . . . Ianua y 30 L' submerge Warriors 43 to 32 . . . February 6 Prep upsets Hill- toppers 40 to 35 . . . February 13 A-Pettnato s boys whip Tech 48 to 27 . . . February 15-fLions drop 44 to 31 deci:ion to Vince it . , . February 25 -Hilltoppers place 3rd in dictrict ,neet 4 . 4 March 11 Academy places 3rd at state rneet. lchrirj Sanipgf 1 'v'n: oaclcritrol-ct event. Lion 180 yd. medley t,a ti apo b. ie ribbon, All in all he Academy Sc . Llcrx' 1 Q. . ' Q" ' sg: 1. Q :om and next years campaign looks even bjglite-r. 105 Rowl D Laqhmqer 1 K1sse1l T 1-111hert E McLauqh1m Row2 P Peteraon K Moffat P Powter I Qmoot Academy s Dntters 1ed by Coat 11 C, Swahn ended 1aet year S season tn 2nd plac C 1nn Sntoot and Den C:191Q163I 1e:1 the hoyx throughout the wc axon 1n o11 sea on play verbat11e Innnly Snwort captured the Iumor Boy A fgo11 C rown hy 1eteat1nq Don Qeleler 2 to 1 Ap r11 71 1.,1OI'tb open eaec n 13, drnbhrnd hdmboro 12 to O Ay r11 20 Academy hnksters defeat East 12 to U Apr11 28 Vlncent heate 11c 5 9 to 3 May 2 Llonb Qcore 3rd Shut out ln four oames blank Tech 12 to O Mav Q Ramblers drop L1or1s 8 to 4 May 10 L1ons Qrnaeh T1tnQv111 101 0 to 112 May 12 Llons edoe Lawrence Park GVQ to 512 May 16 Academy Qmashed Edmboro NVQ to V2 May 19 1-1111top qo1fers wade through mud and ram to beat East 11 to 1 May 20 Ltons place 2nd tn dlstrlct competttlon May 2? Vmcent IS defeated by Lxcm 9 to 2 May 26 Cnr qo1ters trlp Tech 11Vo to 19 Mav 27 28 Dorm Get 1er cops 11th p1acc H1 state con' pe-t1t1or1 May 31 1.10115 knock oft Prep 9 tf Y unf 2 Academy qo11ers drub T1tusv111e 12 to U 1une 6 Ltons end seasoh bv wlnnmq Qth 1n 1 ro top Lawrence X' Park 9 tc 2 Th 1ah11toppers p1ayed te adt oo1 a11 vear Nlce gomq hovs 106 1 .1 111 ,' . k X ,T L 1 L1 x1 my ,v 1. x , T Q1 g 5 .WJ , Q f ' ' 1 .1 ,J N . , . , . . , . . , -1 - 1 1- ' Q , . D 2. ' 2' F JT 1' ' ' 1 1 ,ll 11 A , 1 ' , .1 . . . I 1 , .fy YT' . i W . , ,- ' . . . ' . c ' - ' e X 1. Snfwit arzfi 1. Ktfeell are refurnirio 1etterrnen X - V Y V , X year. J . Y :J W , I . . . I Q , I ,ff .M ' 1 'Q A ' A. . A , , c , . ' . V ' ' 5 mr 5 4 ' . ' , . . , I 1 . .e , 5 1f j I 1 A , . . , P Kennedy L Lechner E Shade B GFOmdCkl H Tabachnlck efllllrf Football produces bumps wrestl1ng achlng backs and track tlred muscles but tenms produces sore necks though not on the athletes the fans are the unlucky ones Tenn1s not only produces sore necks but also produces sharp young athletes Last year Coach lohn Balla was blest wxth an aggresslve team a team that won 4 lost 2 and hed one League compet1t1on was very rough w1th every team 1n the Clly boastlng a strong squad Academy s players led by Earl Shade and Bob GFOm6Ck1 proved to be the roarxng L1ons that they represent May 2 The l-lllltoppers open dQd1HSl Vlncent and fmd themselves all tled up 3V2 to 3K2 May 9 The boys getquxte mushy w1th the Tech Centaurs blanklng Tech 6 Love May l6 A bad day tor the Llons when the Prep Ramblers score a 45 to 2V2 w1n over Academy May 18 The L1ons slap Kanty Prep 5 to 2 May l9 The Blue and Whlte ot Lawrence Park score upset dump Llons 5 o May 24 Blue and Gold end season by dumplng Kanty Prep 5 to 2 ln ott season play Bob GTOmdCk1 kept Academys colors fly1ng hlgh by wmnmg the scholast1c champ1onsh1p tourney and also the Erle Tennls club trophy Coach Balla expects great thlngs for next year smce he has GFOm6Ck1 Tabachnlck and Lechtner back for the nucleus ot hxs team Bob Gromaclu won the Erxe Tennxs Club trophy and the city scholashc champxon shxp 107 yf l 1 1 ' 1 , , , 1 v l 1 . ,. ,. , . 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Acidr my s pepsters under thr due ctton ol D1 Hale and the prestdency ot Le nny lr r htnrr have sur cr sstully lr d thr school m sport sptrtt norm g r v eerlradrr a t or three yr at prone s At the hcgmnmg ot th sc ool yr at try outs are held hom whtct tr chosen Stxth pr rtcd every day durmg the ttrst semester the e new cheerleaders practtce wlth the veterans learnmg new cheers and technt gues The eleventh graders otten cheer at tall toctball games as a second strmg or as sub stttutes tor the ttrst strmg and at basketball games durmg the wmter The ttrst strmg usually conststmg ot sentors leads the sguad tn all ot thrs and other tuncttons and duttes Durmg tht last season Academy s chr e rleaders ttavr led to ill hut one ot the out ol town games ln ordrt to br a selt bl,1fJDOfllIlLj orgamza tlcm thr cheerleaders carry on an extenstvr program throughout the year Before the Prep toothall game and atter two basketball games the squad held mtormal dances Durmg toothall penctls wtth Academy colors from any Chrer leader Thts extra worle on thetr part provtdes money tor un torms and egutpment tor the sguad The cheerleaders work espectally hard to promote sportmanshtp at Academy and to butld school sptrtt among the students Academy Just couldnt do wtthout t cheerleaders e rDNrz1gt V fl Lehr R : , ,, 2. , . 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